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"l"l'" hlllll'l'llll'"hlv1'l"'llilU"lh1""llu'lU"l ..... * ..... ****MIXED ADC 07099 19 PAUL JEFFKO SMALL TOWN PAPERS, INC. 217 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 98584-2263 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS ml (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 118 - NO. 42 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, OCTOBER 17, 2014 $.35 A COPY 2014 Columbus Day Parade 89th Saint Joseph's Feast The annual Columbus Day Parade held in East Boston was a huge success. Politicians were shaking hands, the bands were marching, Christopher Columbus made an appearance along with Santa Claus. (Photo by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography) by Sal Oiarratani How About Pink Slips for Illegals? Over the next few months the Pentagon is plan- ning on handing out pink slips to U.S. soldiers who are still in harm's way in Afghanistan. Mean- while, the Obama Administration has quietly au- thorized an executive edict allowing illegal im- migrants the right to join the military as their pathway to citizenship. This action is unconsti- tutional, isn't it? One must swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States, but illegals are already violating it by being in this country. Another use of a pen and phone, huh? The President keeps chipping away one day at a time until there is no Constitution left? Think about thisT Dallas Ebola and Lying Last week I heard Sam Malone who is a con- servative talk radio personality from Dallas mak- ing a very good point. Dallas is getting slammed by the death of Thomas Duncan who died from Ebola. His family is blaming the hospital and white racism for his death. How about the fact that after this guy arrived from Liberia, he re- portedly, according to Fox News, told the ER nurse that he had no direct conta'ct with anyone with Ebola when he actually did have direct contact. (Continued on Page 15) Cardinal Sean O'Malley Celebrates Mass by Matt Conti Members of the Saint Joseph Society with Cardinal Se~n O'Malley and the Consul General of Italy in Boston Nicola De Santis. (Photo by Matt Conti The sun came out on Sunday for the 89m Saint Joseph's Feast Procession through Boston's North End. With its move to October's Italian Heritage Month, it was the last feast of the year. The photo gallery below shows photos from the Feast along with hours from the Grand Procession. Accom- panying Societa San Giuseppe di Riesi (Saint Joseph Society of Riesi Sicily) were the North End Marching Band and the North- east Italian-American Band. Cardinal Se'fin O'MaUey celebrated Mass on Sunday, October 12th at St. Stephen's Church in Boston's North End. The Italian Heritage Month event capped off the 89th St. Joseph's Feast with participation from many other feast societies and local offi- cials, including Italian Consul General Nicola De Santis. After the mass, the Cardinal met society members and the pub- lic outside the church for a meet and greet. (Additional photos on Page 8) Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Hosts Annual North End Elephant Brunch On Wednesday, October 15 Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey paraded their biggest stars, Asian elephants, from the all-new show to the North End for a brunch that is Built to Amaze: The amazing elephants dined on 40 loaves of bread, 100 bunches of bananas, 10 watermelons and 40 cartons of apples -- a feast that fuels these great performers to get ready to amaze children of all ages. (Photo by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography) THE POST-GAZETrE SATELLITE OFFICE iS NOW OPEN AT 35 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON This office is open on Tuesdays from 10:(X) AM to 3.'00 PM and Thursdays from II.'(X) AM to 2.'00 PM, for the convenience of our East Boston and North Shore clients and contributors Call 617-227-8929 for more information