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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 Page 7 Mrs. Murphy... As I See It The Columbus Day Parade will be held in the ] L,, ii  North End this year on Sun- day, October 9% Thousands will attend the fabulous pa- rade. Residents, families and friends along the parade route will enjoy a long time tradition. The North End has set the precedent for other cities to follow ... It will be a huge day of celebration! ... Mothers wheeling baby strollers at 5:00 am is be- coming a dangerous situa- tion. Mothers are spotted in East Boston and Chelsea crossing streets in the dark, and motorists can't see them. At 5:00 am motorists don't expect to see too many people walking and crossing streets. Mothers beware. You are putting your children at risk! ... Why doesn't the sys- tem look closer into lazy people getting a disability check at a young age and liv- ing off the system. It's get- ting pretty wild to think that working people have to sup- port the schemers. A doctor's letter doesn't mean much these days, as they're given out frequently. Head doctors promote more business for their practice by declaring a person has a mental prob- lem. Mental problems are hard to detect by the system and easy to fake. Winners of the scheme are drug com- panies, doctors and of course the perpetrators themselves. It's a ticket to the easy life. However, the same people aren't mentally incapable to scratch lottery tickets, go to bingo, drive to Foxwoods, buy junk food and watch T.V. all day, use drugs and live a "Life of Riley" on our dime. Taxpayers are just sick of the entire situation ... Presi- dent Barack Obama proposes to increase taxes on million- aires that already pay over thirty percent of their earn- ings to get himself out of a jamI Have the lazies of the world continue their ben- efits and illegals and schem- ers live a comfortable life ... Another Obama clinkeH He wants to give out more stimulus money to create jobs; government jobs I as- sume! Instead of taking the pork out of government he's adding more useless lard! He got elected on a zero record, and his change has become a disaster for Americans. Barack Obama supporters voted a community activist with no experience, who has done nothing to improve his record as President. Worst leader since Jimmy "Pea- nuts" Carter. Only in America! ... The election for Mayor in Revere is heating up. Many think that Rizzo, a known political name in Revere from the "Old Boys Club," will winI While voters behind the scenes are gear- ing up for Rotondo! It will be an interesting race ... COMING SOON: The Deney Terrio Dance Party's "Mas- querade Disco Ball" will be coming to Wonderland Ball- room in Revere on Saturday, October 22 with special guest Martha "It's Raining Men" Wash. Tickets include complimentary appetizers. Get ready to dance the night away at the hottest disco- dance party of the year! Everyone that attends the dance party will receive a 820.00 gift card to ReKinekt Spa & Boutique in Winthrop. For ticket information, call David Oriola Management at 617-567-4600 ... Most people enjoy Reggae Island music on vacation, but it's annoy- ing when you are forced to listen to it in urban cities where some people play their merengue music so loud it's annoying! ... Till next time! Please accept sincere condolences, from the Spinelli's family and staff. During this difficult time, we would like to offer our facility at a specially reduced price, for you, your family and friends. SERVED UPON ARRIVAL Coffee, Mini Danish Pastries and Tea Breads BUFFET LUNCHEON MENU Tossed Salad, Assorted Rolls with Butter Chicken, Ziti and Broccoli Alfredo Eggplant Parmigiana Italian Sausages, Onions and Potatoes Above price does not include a 15% Administration Fee and a 7% Mass State Tax, 280 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA Telephone: 617-567-4499 www.spinellis.eom J Fermi Trade COmmission works for the consumer to prevent ..... fraud and deception. Call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357) ,. .... Over 250 Students Graduate from the East Boston Adult Ed. Center On September 3, 2011 and September 6, 2011, over 250 youths and adults graduated from the East Boston Adult Ed. Center. These students (immigrants, refugees and American School drop-outs) received diplomas in GED, U.S. Citizenship Prepara- tion, English as a Second language, computer skills, ATB Vocational School En- trance Exams, CDL (Permit) Preparation and more. Many of these students also at- tended field trips to Boston Harbor, Canobie Lake Park and Clarks Trading Post in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. "Many of our GED gradu- ates will now attend Bunker HIll Community College, U-Mass, etc., while many of our ATB test recipients will attend vocational schools like New England Hair Acad- emy, Mansfield Beauty School, Mass School of Bar- ber, etc." stated Renato Avellani (GED and computer instructor). "I have known Mr. Avel- lani and The East Boston Adult Ed. Center for more than 20 years, and it has always done good for all the people from East Boston, the North End and all of Greater Boston," stated the main speaker, Mr. Wilson Pena, reporter from La Semana Newspaper. "These students attended our summer semester with Some of the graduates. L to R: Renato Avellanl (teacher), Raffaela Perusso (valedictorian) and Dominic Avellani (director). vigor and determination rather than going to the beach or parties. Instead, , they decided to work on improving their English, passing their GED, becoming U.S. Citizens, preparing for a better job, and now many will be able to attend col- lege and vocational schools, apply for a better job, etc.," stated Dominic Avellani, the program director and founder. "We now have begun our fall semester (from Septem- ber to December, 201 i) and plan to assist a larger group of immigrants, refugees and American school drop outs. This center offers everyone an opportunity to improve himself/herself through a good education and place- ment," stated Antonia Alen, a school teacher and nurse. The East Boston Adult Ed. Center also offers 11 other services (Public Notary, col- lege and vocational school placement, job and apart- ment placement, tutoring in all five academic subjects and much more. Anyone in- terested in attending the East Boston Adult Ed. Center is asked to call 617-567- 7873, go to or visit the school at 119 Lon- don Street, East Boston, MA (next to Sumner Tunnel). THE KIWANIS CLUB OF MEDFORD PRESENTS TAST F .............. '-'TASTF..C} IA,LX b,IF...DF.)RI' i ou,,Y:::::::::a0c'k,. ....   ....... " 'z  ........ m u.