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Page 6 POST,GAZETTE;JUNE 8,2012 Celebrating the Life of a Great Saint by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari One of our favorite events is the spaghetti supper hosted every year by Saint Leonard Parish. The annual supper, that began thirty- seven years ago as an impromptu dinner to celebrate the Feast of Saint Anthony of Padua, has become a much anticipated event of the parish, an opportunity for friends and family to come together around the dinner table for an evening of conversation and good food. As luck would have it, two friends of ours unexpectedly dropped in at the supper from out of the blue, to say "hello" and enjoy a plate of spaghetti and meatballs. Ruth and Carolyn are old friends of our family who we have not seen in years; they heard of the supper, anticipated our being there and decided to come. We were delighted to see them and for more than two hours we reminisced while enjoying the convivial atmosphere of the supper commenting on the fact that it was fitting that we should meet on such a happy occasion. The observances honoring Saint Anthony, the great Franciscan teacher of the early thirteenth century, who preached throughout France, Spain and Italy continme. On Sunday, June 10that 2:00 pm following the 12:00 Noon Mass, the statue of the Saint will be processed through the streets of the North End concluding with the Blessing of the Children at Saint Leonard Church at 5:00 pro. A special Mass will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church in honor of Saint Anthony at 7:00 pm on June 12a; the relic of the Saint will be exposed for veneration at 5:00 pro. On Wednesday, June 13 u two Masses will be celebrated at Saint Leonard's in honor of the Saint, one at 12:00 Noon and another at 7:00 pro. The distribution of blessed Saint Anthony bread and oil will take place throughout the day in Saint Leonard Church, culminating the observances of the great Saint who passed away in Arcella, Italy, on that date while en-route to Padua in 1231. History records that so numerous were the crowds to hear Saint Anthony, who as a preacher had become legendary, that often a church could not contain them and he was forced to preach in the outdoors. Anthony was declared a saint almost immediately after his death and proclaimed a Doctor of the Church on January 16, 1946, he is the Patron of the Poor. DIVORCE * CRIMINAL • LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. CIANO 230 MSGR. 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BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED. Employment Dates: June 16, 2012 - September 7, 2012. Hourly Rate: $15.33, 35 hours per week. a,-. Boston Cen_t# Must have ability to work flexible hours. forYout] FamiLl Apply online at J2 " • David ]. Saliba Attorney at Law Are the Police required to warn you that you have the right to an attorney and the right to remain silent? COMMONWEALTH vs. ROY W. HOYT, SR. Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts 461 Mass. 143; 958 N. E. 2d 834 October 6, 2011, Argued * December 15, 2011, Decided Detective Eason: "This right here states that you understood everything I just read to you. Having these rights in mind, do you wish to speak to us now?" Defendant: "I,d like an attorney present. I mean but I can't afford one. So I guess I'll just speak to you now. I don't have an attorney." Detective Eason: "Okay. If you want to speak to us later, that's fine as well. I mean but we're not, you know, we don't get you an attorney, we can let you use a phone book and stuff like that, but it's up to you." Defendant:: 'TII just talk to you now." Detective Eason: "Okay." Sergeant Strout: "Roy, I just want to make it clear. You want to talk to us now and you don't want an attorney?" Defendant:: "Uh, I'd have to wait here until an attorney came right?" Sergeant Strout: "You can ... we can let you use the phone and the phone book to call an attorney. I can't tell you if they're gonna come here, I don't know what they would do." Defendant:: "I'll just talk to you without an attorney." Thereafter, the defendant signed the form, waiving his rights under Miranda and made inculpatory statements. FOOTNOTES 1. The form includes, at the top, a space for the defendant to consent to the record- ing of the interrogation. The form goes on to list each of the rights described in a proper Miranda warning and provides space for the defendant to indicate that he agrees (or disagrees) that he has understood that rights and that he wishes to speak with the officers. 2. We have reviewed the video recording forming the basis of this appeal. The Court Said: (Miranda) guarantees a criminal suspect subject to custodial inter- rogation the right to "be warned prior to any questioning that he has the right to remain silent, that anything he says can be used against him in a court of law, that he has the right to the presence of an attorney and that ff he cannot afford an attorney one will be appointed for him prior to any question- ing if he so desires." Conclusion. For the foregoing reasons, the defendant's convictions are reversed, the verdicts are set aside and the case is remanded for a new trial in accordance with this opinion. So ordered. This case says that an arrested person must be told that he has a right to an attor- ney and has a right to remain silent. The Wizard of Oz! NEMPAC's Children's Theatre Troupe Boston Harbor Community Church located will perform their spring production of at 9 Salutation St., Boston, Massachusetts. The Wizard of Oz! The performance will For further information, please call begin at 6:00 pm; it's free and open to the 617-227-2270 or visit their website )ublic. This event will take place at the CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. A woman of refinement 6. *He made it an official holiday in 1966 9. Locus, pl. 13. Italian friends 14. Promissory note 15. It's twirled and thrown 16. Opposite of unravel 17. Beaver construction 18. Teamsters, e.g. 19. *Royal father 21. *Father to Sasha and Malia 23. Trifecta, e.g. 24. "The __ Show" (1976-1980) 25. Lanka 28. God of thunder 30. Mouth infection, mostly in infants 35. Arising from trunk 37. Wading bird 39. Spanish saint 40. UN civil aviation agency 41. Cheat or trick 43. One on a list 44. Mulled wine 46. Poet Pound 47. It meanders through Egypt 48. Small cave 50. Boys 52. Corn piece 53. High-strung 55. Signature substance 57. Russian truth 60. *Sofia Coppola's dad 64. Unit of electrical energy 65. North American country 67. "Moulin !" 68. It starred Sigourney Weaver 69. Defective firework 70. Craze 71. Japanese money, pl. 72. "0ui" in English 73. Cubic meter DOWN I. *Dad to J. Lo's twins 2. Wet nurse 3. Mariah Carey, e.g.? 4. Sour 5. Cereal grain 6. Hats 7. Flapper's accessory 8. Huge or giant 9. Legendary actress Turner 10. Ear-related 11. One who hangs in the galley 12. Weary traveler's welcome spot 15. Borough in Scotland 20. Principal of right and wrong 22. The little one "stopped to tie his shoe" 24. Salmon lover Father's Day 3 m l m 27 58 24 m 29 46 5O 54 65 66 69 72 10 32 52 81 Thrill Dad this Father's Day! "]'hrill rile Grill O=::y 4 9 99 Free 1-888-379-6033 * © StatcPomt Media 25. David's weapon of choice 26. Kind of potato masher 27. Idealized image 29. Bassoon cousin 31. Golfer's disdain 32. Unlace 33. Commemorative stone slab 34. *Dad to Lisa, Bart and Maggie 36. Round of influenza, e.g. 38. "Oue sera " 42. Rock bottom 45. *Liv's "judging" dad 49. Not divisible by two 51. Pilfers 54. Tasteless and flashy 56. Type of whip 57. There's one north and one south 58. Downfall 59. A in IPA, pl. 60. Bell-bottoms or Chia Pets, e.g. 61. Antibiotic to infection, e.g. 62. Composer Stravinsky 63. Withered 64. *Head of "Modern Family" 66. Famous T-Rex (Solution on Page 13)