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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 22, 2011 Page 7 ST. JOSEPH Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession July 29, 30, 31 I pm August 5, 6, 7 I pm August 12, 13, 14 ST. AGRIPPINA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession MADONNA DELLA CAVA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession I pm MADONNA del SOCCORSO August 18,19, 20, 21 North, Fleet & Lewis Sts. (Fisherman's) l pm August 26, 27, 28 12 pm August 29 5 pm Sunday Procession ST. ANTHONY Endicott & Thacher Sts. Sunday Procession ST. LUCY Monday Procession - Endicott St. ......... ..... SEPTEMBER ST. ROSALIE September 1 1 Procession Only- North Square I pm Malden, MA SAINT ROCCO FESTIVAL August 12, 13, 14 Pear/Street Sunday Procession I pm Franklin, MA SAINT ROCCO FESTIVAL August 12, 13, 14 Comer of Main and Pleasant Sts. Healing Mass and Sacrament of the Sick Saturday 10 am Lawrence, MA FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS September 2,3,4 Saints Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Common & Union Sts. Sunday Procession 3 pm Cambridge, MA SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN September 10 - 11 Warren and Cambridge Sts. Info: Call 617-354-7992 J-Iappy jqnniersary CAPPUCCIO ENTERPRISES, LLC Michela C. Cappuccio (T) 781-289-2759 Proprietor / Publisher (F) 781-286-5839 CappuccioEnterprises @ comcast.net Congratulations on yourjqnniersary CENTRO ATrivrrA SCOLASTICHE ITALIANE C.A.S.IT. INC. MARIA GIOCONDA MOTrA, M.Eo. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD 59 UNION SQUARE, SUITE 206, SOMERVILLE, MA 02143 OFFICE 617.623.0532 www.casit.org  Only in America ... The country is becoming the land ]i , ,  of the lunatics. People are told what to eat, what they can and cannot buy (example: light bulbs) and how much energy to use and what stores to boycott! Government wants to raise taxes to create jobs, a/k/a a bigger government, not help the small business owneH ... It's old news, but it's still newsl The shocking NOT GUILTY verdict that sent the nation reeling. Jurors that sent the world's worst Mom FREE will linger in the minds of the public forever. A pre- ponderance of evidence could not get Casey Anthony (a household name) convicted. But lies set her free! What an example for others to follow! Did the jury want to go home quickly?.?? There was no logic behind their thinking. A woman who never reported her daughter's death, hid the body in a swampy area and walked out a free woman hav- ing time served on lesser charges is a mockery of jus- tice. Is she FREE? I think not. She owes millions to the State of Florida for the evil and fraudulent stories she created. She not only dis- carded her daughter's body like a little rag doll, but tried to bring her father and brother down with allega- tions of sexual abuse. EVIL DOES AS EVIL SAYS!... Enough with Whitey Bulger! Private helicopter! Private motorcade! At this point he's Cot tgratulations Rapino Memorial Home 9 Chelsea St., East Boston 617-567-1380 Kirby-Rapino Memorial Home 917 Bennington St. East Boston 617-569-0305 Dino C. Manca Funeral Director k Fatuity Service Affiliate o! AFFS/Service Corp. Int') 206 Winter St. Fall River, 0 , 508-676-2454 Happy Anniversarc) EAST BOSTON ADULT ED. CENTER 119 London Street East Boston, )VIA 02128 (617) 567-7873 Prof. A veliani, Director English, GED Classes, US Immigration Services, Computer 1, Typing 1, College Placement, CDL Prep Apartment Placement Notary" Public, Citizenship Classes Womlerlic Tests, U.S. Citizenship Tests Mrs. Murpnv . . . As I See It just another old man that needs to be prosecuted. The FBI is really playing this upI There's been other harden criminals that haven't gotten this much hoopla from law enforcement. He's 81! Does the FBI think he really cares that he's caught? He hid un- der their noses for years. Now taxpayers are stuck with his legal expenses, room and board for the rest of his short life! ... East Boston is quiet; residents are enjoying the magnificent views seen at Piers Park. Sailing has be- come a popular sport. People are coming from all over to enjoy sailing lessons ... Con- gratulations to the owners of the new restaurant that opened in Central Square on July 2 "d called El Paisa. We wish the restaurant good for- tune and lots of luck. He's al- ready doing a good business! Heard the food is good by those who have eaten there. ... The mayoral race in Revere is heating up. George Rotondo has a good chance of winning against Dan Rizzo. Revere needs some new blood and a shot in the arm. Residents have had enough of the old boys club! Rumors are most of City Hall is voting Dan Rizzo, (Or are they?) Let's see what happens in Novem- ber!!!! ... Traffic is unbearable during peak hours on Route One. If you can find an alter- nate route by all means do so ... Everyone is writing a book. If you listen to talk radio it's all about book promotions. Howie Carr and Michelle McPhee are both promoting books. Fox Channel's guests are also promoting book sales. Let's get on with discussions and give the book pushing a break. The Oprah Winfrey show I believe was the first to go that route. There are zillions of authors, everyone wants to get on the book band wagon ... If you're into tennis the Boston Lobsters began their opening season Tues- day evening, July 5 th at the Radisson Ferncroft. They drew a large crowd. Good luck Lobsters, I hope you have a very successful season ... )iliF iiiii!( > iii!iii i i .................... Diane J. Modica Michele M. 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