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,, illll.ilhli,,l,llm11,1,,,,llhlhi'll,lillld,d'hlllhd ~-*'~'~'**MIXED ADC 010 15 PAUL JEFFKO SMALL TOVVN PAPERS. INC. 217 W COTA ST SHEI.TOI~ WA g85e~-~ THE ITAIJAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS __.__| (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 120 - NO. 39 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016 $.35 A COPY I OCTOBER ITALIAN HERITAGE MONTH COMMITTEE Cav. James DiStefano, President Dr. Frank Mazzaglia, Chairman of the Board Saivatore Bramante, Vice President Fiscal Affairs Richard Vita, V'ce President Matisa Di Pietro, Recording Secretary Dr. Stephen F. Maio, Director of Education Hon. Joseph V. Ferrino, Ret., Chairman Emeritus, Founder Hon. Peter W. Agnes, Jr., Chairman Emeritus, Co-Founder Comm. Lino Rullo, President Emeritus, Co-Founder America in History Designs created & implemented by Constantino Brumidi (1805-1880), the Nicela DeSantis, Consul General, Car. Kevin Caira, Immediate Past President Audrey L. Mannelli, President Justinian Law Society, Director Frank Ciano, President Pirandello Lyceum, Director Frank Addivinola, President Dante Alighied Society, Director M. Gioconda Motta, President C.A.S.IT, Director Maurizio Pasquaie, President COMITES, Director ,,,di,~ o~ Co'u,~ -Antonio Sestito, O.S.I.A. State President, Director Michelangelo of the United States Capitol Domenico Susi, President Federation of Italian Assoc., Director Honorary Chairman Dr. Frank Mazzaglia, Public Relations OCTOBER IS ITALIAN HERITAGE MONTH IN MASSACHUSETrS Celebrate Italian Heritage with a month of events! VIEW PAGES 7-10 FOR CALENDAR LISTINGS The ANNUAL KICKOFF this year will be held on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th at 5:45 PM HOUSE CHAMBER, 3rd Floor of the STATE HOUSE in Boston. Coro Dante will be performing the American and Italian national anthems and other musical selections. Throughout the evening, additional music will be provided by the Scanzonati Jazz Quartet. Attend with friends and family and show your support.of October Italian Heritage Month! A proclamation by Governor Charles Baker will be read by Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. Honored Guest: Consul General of Italy, Nicola De Santis. A wonderful program has been planned, so please join us! Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. COORDINATORS: Frank Mazzaglia, Chairman, 774-293-5017, Jamds DiStefano, President, 617-909-5403, Lino Rullo, Co-Founder, 617-447-0598, Hon. Joseph V. Ferrino (Ret), Co-Founder, 617-846-2122, Hon. Peter W. Agnes, Co-Founder [ , ! Clinton's Poll Numbers Dropping Latest poll numbers show Hillary Clinton is tak- ing quite a fall: She is falling faster than she did on September 15th at Ground Zero. I put the race as a dead-heat, with nearly 20 percent of the electorate still undecided. These folks and how they vote on November 8th will decide the election. This could be the closest election since 2000 or 1968, especially with two big names running as third party candidates. How Sick is HillaryP If you ask the liberals in the news media, she is healthy as a horse. If you look with your own eyes, she's as healthy as a horse headed to the glue fac- tory. Couldn't believe all MSNBC could talk about was IDonald Trump's poor health and how he loved to eat junk food. Could he survive a first term with that gut of his? I laughed. Does anyone remember the last time anyone called Clinton "petite?" Where There s Smoke, There s No FireP i~iiiiiiii~ii!iiii!i] ~i~i!ii~] The bad news for Hillary Clinton is that the email scandal just won't go away. It keeps popping up like manure following a horse and wagon. The latest hacked emails from General Colin Powell didn't help her, either. Then, of course, there was that nasty dizzy spell or pneumonia or whatever that took her out of the 9/11 ceremony at Ground Zero. She was rushed to a waiting van and hauled off to Chelsea's apartment. (Continued on Page 14) Fa//,an just the a/r; the Post-Gaze e Thanka to our we /ocv dresser Se nbo//for her usua/ f/a/r. THE POST-GAZETrE SATELLITE OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 343 CHELSEA ST., DAY SQUARE, EAST This office is open on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Thursdays from I1:00 AM to 2:00 PM, for the convenience of our East Boston and North Shore clients and contributors BOSTON Call 617-227-8929 for more information