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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2007 Home News Tribune PAGEA15 WORLD & NATION Jack the Rippar may .hail torn S- Africa By CELEAN JACOBSON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JOHANNESBURG, South Af. rica An eminent South African historian believes he has stumbled on the identity of Jack the Ripper. Charles van Onselen said at first he wasn't sure he wanted to publicize the conclusions he drew when he noticed parallels in the century-old, unsolved Ripper case and the background of Joseph Silver, who terrorized women as "King of the Pimps" in Johannesburg. "I was left with a choice: I have got intelligent speculation, which I think is pretty long way down the track to proving that this guy was the Ripper. Do I include or exclude it? "If I include it, it buggers up the book and people get excited for the wrong reasons. If I exclude it and a really sharp professional spots it ... I had to explore this possibility," he said, Historian sees parallel to killer in similiar case sitting in his tree-filled garden, about 3 miles from where Silver reigned, in a city still regarded as one of the most crime-ridden in the world. The publicity around van On-selen's "The Fox and The Flies: The World of Joseph Silver, Racketeer and Psychopath", published in April, has made much of Silver being Jack the Ripper, the notorious Victorian serial killer who murdered at least five East London prostitutes in 1888. Experts skeptical But van Onselen, an acclaimed biographer who specializes in South Africa's criminal history and who took nearly three decades to research the book, only makes his Ripper case in the final 25th chapter, written in the last 36 months. While the book has been well-received, reaction from "Rippe-rologists" has been skeptical as van Onselen makes his case on circumstantial evidence. To his doubters the author said: "How many coincidences do you want to mount up in your mind simultaneously until you start saying this is a real possibility?" Fit the profile Scores of people have been accused of the Ripper murders, but no one has ever been proven guilty and London police put the number of most likely suspects at just four, among them a poor Whitecha-pel resident named Kosminski who, like Silver, was a Polish Jew. At the time, Londoners speculated the killer was Jew ish, leading to fears of an anti-Jewish backlash. Van Onselen believes Silver fits the psychological profile of the Whitechapel murderer and he places his subject at the center of the scene of the Ripper murders. The evidence that Silver was in Whitechapel at the time of the Ripper murders includes the birth of his daughter there, van Onselen said. As pimp and brothel keeper, Silver would have been familiar with the prostitutes working in the area, van Onselen said. Silver, who was born in Poland, arrived in Johannesburg in 1898 fresh from a stint in Sing Sing for burglary and a stay in London a decade earlier. Shortly after arriving in Johannesburg, Silver set up a string of cafes, cigar shops and police-protected brothels. Silver was litigious, wrote bold letters to newspapers and had an array of mocking aliases, van Onselen said. Jack the Ripper is believed to have taunted police with brazen letters to the papers. Tracked across Africa Van Onselen, the son of a detective, tracked Silver across Africa, the Americas and Europe, "staggered by how mobile this guy was." In the end, Silver was executed as a spy in Poland in 1918. Van Onselen points to similarities between the subject of his book and the Whitechapel murderer, both psychopaths with a deep hatred of women. Silver had bitter, violent relationships with women all his life. On the Net: Scotland Yard: http: historyripper.htm i I v.. . " J I Tht Associated Prtst Joseph Silver appears in a 1909 photo. A prominent South African historian believes parallels between the unsolved Jack the Ripper case and Silver. Excerpts from Reagan's diaries released to the public By BROOKE DONALD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . LOS ANGELES - After he was seriously wounded in a 1981 assassination attempt, Ronald Reagan described the experience simply in one of his presidential diaries: "Getting shot hurts." That excerpt and many others form a portrait of an uncomplicated and amiable man who despite occasional periods of worry and bursts of temper took his eight years in the White House pretty much in stride. Excerpts from the writings, which are in the custody of Reagan's widow, Nancy, were published in the June issue of Vanity Fair magazine, which went on newsstands Wednesday in New York and Los Angeles. They were edited by historian Douglas Brinkley for a book. Reagan wrote on a wide range of topics, including losing his temper with the Soviet Union, fearing for the world's survival, arguing with son Ron Reagan and daughter Patti Davis, and suffering through an embarrassing moment with Prince Charles in which the heir to the British throne was served tea brewed from a tea bag. In the entry about the assassination attempt by John Hinckley Jr. outside a Washington hotel, Reagan recalled how he first thought he had suffered just a broken rib at the hands of a Secret Service agent who shoved him into a car and "Getting shot hurts." Ronald Reagan ENTRY IN PRESIDENTIAL DIARY jumped on top of him after the shooting started. "I walked into the emergency room and was hoisted onto a cart where I was stripped of my clothes," Reagan wrote. "It was then we learned I'd been shot and had a bullet in my lung." Reagan, who died in June 2004 at age 93, never kept a diary before entering the White House in 1981. During his two terms in office, he faithfully wrote every day except when he was in the hospital. Each page of the diaries five 8-by-ll hardback books bound in maroon leather are filled to the bottom with Reagan's neat handwriting. He sometimes used abbreviations, often referring to Democrats as "Dems" or "Demos," for example, and he never wrote out curse words, substituting h 1 for hell. The diaries display a spare writing style that still gives a colorful peek into the private thoughts of one of the most popular presidents in modern American history. In one entry, Reagan scoffed at the assertions of one-time chief of staff Don Regan that he and his wife relied on astrological advice. "The press have a new one thanks to Don Regan's book. We make decisions on the basis of going to astrologers," he wrote in May 1988. "The media are behaving like kids with a new toy never mind that there is no truth in it." In another, he reported on a 1987 phone call he made to then-Education Secretary Bill Bennett. "Told him I was sure someone had apprised him of our son Ron's article on AIDS in People mag," Reagan wrote. "Ron gave both of us h 1. He can be stubborn on a couple of issues & won't listen to anyone's argument. Bill volunteered to have a talk with him. I hope it can be worked out." At another point, Reagan noted, "Ron called this evening all exercised because S.S. (Secret Service) agents had gone into their apartment while they were in California to fix an alarm on one of his windows. I tried to reason with him that this was a perfectly O.K. thing for them to do ... I told him quite firmly not to talk to me that way & he hung up on me. Not a perfect day." In another entry a few weeks later, Reagan said he wasn't talking to his son until he apologized for hanging up. Colleagues: Astronaut accused in love triangle wasn't 'team player' By MIKE SCHNEIDER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORLANDO, Fla. Fellow astronauts described Lisa Nowak as smart, hardworking and a good mother, but also selfish and unwilling to perform tasks for which she hadn't trained, according to documents released Tuesday by the state attorney's office. That glimpse into the astronaut's life was found in hundreds, of pages of documents that include summaries of inter views with four astronauts following Nowak's arrest in February on charges of attempted kidnapping, burglary with assault and battery. Police said she drove from Houston to Orlando to confront Air Force Capt. Colleen Ship-man. Authorities have said Nowak had an affair with Ship-man's boyfriend, Bill Oefelein, a fellow astronaut. Nowak, 43, has pleaded not guilty to all charges. NASA released her from the astronaut corps a month after her arrest, and she now is working at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi. The four astronauts all crew mates who flew with Nowak and Oefelein on two separate missions to the space station last year were interviewed by investigators with NASA's Office of Inspector General and the Naval Criminal Investigative Services. They said she refused to give out her cell-phone number to her fellow astronauts on last July's space shuttle mission to the international space station and was noticeably upset when a colleague was chosen over her in December to go on a future shuttle mission. Madeline Chulumovich, executive officer at the Office of Inspector General, said the office's policy prohibited her from saying whether the investigators were assisting in the criminal case or whether there was a separate investigation by the space agency. NASA rules don't prohibit re lationships between astronauts, but Nowak and Oefelein kept the affair secret. Nowak was married and had three children, while Oefelein, who has two children, divorced his wife in 2005. Astronaut Mike Fossum, who flew with Nowak aboard space shuttle Discovery last July, told investigators that over the years he grew to suspect that Nowak and Oefelein were having an affair. The relationship didn't affect their work, Fossum said, so he never mentioned anything to anyone. Astronaut Mark Kelly, who was the pilot on Nowak's flight to the space station, said he was unaware of Nowak's relationship with Oefelein. He described Nowak as smart and well-prepared but told investigators he didn't like her. "She was not a good team player, and he learned in space that she exhibited bad expedition behavior because she was selfish," the investigative summary said. IPUBL OTHER HEADINGS On April 19, 2007, the Boara of Directors of the Joint Meeting of Essex & Union Counties, 500 So. First Street, Elizabeth, NJ, approved the 2006 audit preformed by Suplee Clooney & Company, 308 E. Broad St., Westfleld, NJ. The Auditor issued an unqualified opinion with no reportable conditions Identified during the audit of the financial statements or during the audit of major state programs. ($9.24) 385355 OTHER HEADINGS PUBLIC NOTICE Account: 303447 The undersigned will sell at public auction on MAY 11, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. At 720 King Georges Post Rd. Fords, NJ for cash, one auto, 2003 LEXUS Serial JTJBT2-0X730004041. The seller reserves the right to bid. Thrift Investment Corporation Fords, New Jersey ($8.36) 385830 OTHER HEADINGS Take notice that In accordance with N.J.S.A. 39:16-16, application has been made to the Chief Administrator of the Motor Vehicle Commission, Trenton, New Jersey, to receive title papers and Issue New Jersey certificate of ownership for Ford Ranger. Year 1999, VehicleHull Identification Number 1FTCR10T7KUB. 99885 Objections, If any, . should be made Immediately In writing, to the Chief Administrator of the Motor Vehicle Commission, Special Title Section, P.O. Box 017, Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0017. N.J.S.A. 39:10-12 should be used for duplicate titles. ($40.92) 376798 OTHER HEADINGS Yasmln Munoz Is looking for Juan Hernandez Mejia or (PICHI). He needs to be present at Family Court of Kingston on May 7 at 11:00 am, 18 Lucas Ave. Kingston, N.Y., tel. 845 340-3232 Please cometo the court; it is about yfrur Son Brandon; or if someone knows where we can find him, please call at 845 430-2454 ($15.84) 385261 STATE OF NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSES 2007-2008 LICENSE TERM Notice is hereby given that applications to renew al) annual alcoholic beverage licenses will be filed with the Director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control or the municipal local license issuing authority and may be approved on or after May 1st of this year. Objection to any renewal should be made immediately in writing to the Municipal Clerk of the municipality where the license is located if that license sells alcoholic beverages to consumers, or the Director, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, P.O. Box 087, Trenton, New Jersey 08625 for any other type of alcoholic beverage license. No individual notices will be published with respect to license renewal applications. Jerry Flschr Director Division of Alcoholic Beveraee Control ($198.00) 357236 TOWNSHIP OF EDISON BOARD OF EDUCATION LEGAL AD PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to P.L. 2007, Chapter 53, the Edison Township Board of Education is providing public notice of its intent to take action to amend andor modify contract terms and conditions of the school district's Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Technical Operations, and Business AdministratorBoard Secretary at a meeting to be held at Edison High School, 50 Boulevard of Eagles. Edison, NJ on June 18, 2007 at 7:00 PM. Prior to this meeting, the Board will permit the public to make comment on these contracts at a meeting to be held at the Education Center, 312 Pierson Avenue, Edison, NJ on June 14, 2007 at 7:00 PM. The board, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10:4-12(b), the Open Public Meetings Act, shall not publicly discuss personnel matters and shall not respond to comments made by members of the public. Please be aware that the subject of this hearing retains the right of privacy and shall retain ail rights regarding defamation and slander according to the laws of New Jersey. The board shall not be held liable for comments made by members of the public. Daniel P. Michaud Secretary ($26.40) 385313 TOWNSHIP OF EDISON LEGAL AD There will be a special public meeting of the Edison Township Board of Education on Monday, May 7, 2007 at 6:00 P.M. at the Education Center, 312 Pierson Avenue, Edison. New Jersey 08837. The agenda to the extent known is to discuss LegalStudentPersonnel Matters and any other matter that may come to the attention of the Board. Formal action will be limited to the discus sion of the privileged session agenda. The Edison Township Board of Education reserves the right to go into privilegea session to discuss personnel andor legal matters if necessa- f&ison Township Board of Education Daniel P, Michaud, Secretary ($15.40) 385309 . TOWNSHIP OF EDISON LEGAL NOTICE At a meeting herd on Monday, April 16, 2007 the Edison Township Planning Board adopted a Resolution approving the granting of a Preiimi-nary Subdivision to Kommit Associates at New Durham, LLC to permit construction of fen new single family homes and any other necessary variances for groperty located on lock 20-J, Lots 26.01, 27.01, 28.01 and 38 on property known as New Durham Road. The approved plans are on file in the office of the Planning Board, 100 Municipal Boulevard, . Edison, NJ 08817. CONVERY, CONVERY & SHIHAR, ESQS. 32 S. Main Street Edison, NJ 08837 BERNARD H. SHIHAR, ESQ. Attorney for Applicant ($15.46) 385687 TOWNSHIP OF EDISON LEGAL NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that Jay and Karen Rein hard has applied to the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Edison for approval of a Relief from the Edison Township Municipal code, Chapter 15.46, fn order to demolish and reconstruct a single family home and any other necessary variances. Located on Block 59.0 Lot 17 on property known as 29 Marshall Drive, Edison, NJ 08817. A hearing on said application will be held on Tuesday evening. On May 15, 2007 af7 P.M. in the Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 100 Municipal Boulevard, Edison, and when the calendar is called, you may appear in person or by attorney and present any objections which you may have to the granting of this variation. A copy of the proposed plans and application are on file in the office of the Board for public inspection during normal business hours. Jay Reinhard Applicant ($19.36) 385823 TOWNSHIP OF EDISON NOTICE OF APPLICATION EDISON DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND ZONING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT ON May 14, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. the Planning Board of the Township of Edison will hold a public hearing on the application of Garden State Buildings, LP regarding Its request for site plan approval. The public hearing will be held at the Municipal Complex, Edison, New Jersey. The property which Is the subject of the application is located at 11 Sunfield Avenue, Edison, NJ. The property Is also known as Block 395, Lot 31.04 on the tax map of the Township of Edison. The application Is for site plan approval to per mit ' Construction of a 88,620 square foot warehouse building (more or less). No variances are needed for the new improvements at this time. The property has a preexisting structure which will remain. That structure violates current requirements for minimum front yard set back. The applicant will seek a variance to permit the violation caused by the existing building. No other variances or waivers are sought at this time, but applicant reserves the right to request same if deemed appropriate at the time of the hearing. The application for development and all supporting maps, site plans and documents are on file in the office of the Department of Planning and Zoning and are available for public inspection, Monday through Fnday, during normal business hours. Any Interested party may appear at the aforesaid hearing, either In person or by their attorney, and be given an opportunity to be heard with respect to the aforesaid application. By: W. Lane Miller Attorney for the Applicant ($34.76) 385348 TOWNSHIP OF EDISON NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICETS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Purchasing Agent, for the Township of Edison, County of Middlesex, State of New Jersey on Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. prevailing time at the Edison Municipal Complex, Office of Purchasing, 100 Municipal Blvd., Edison, NJ 08817 at which time and place bids will be opened and read in public for: DESCRIPTION: CON -TRACT NO. SERVICES The contractor shall provide employment physicals and fitness for duty examinations for various municipal em- Dees including but not :ed to Police, Police Dispatchers, Firefighters, EMT, Health and Bike Patrol personnel In accordance with the detailed specifications or township approved equal. ' Specification and other bid information may be obtained at the Purchasing Division, Edison Municipal Complex, 100 Municipal Blvd., Edison, NJ 08817, beginning, Thursday, May 3, 2007 between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm. Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975, C. 127 (N.J.A.C. 17:27 et seq.). Email: ATTEST: Terr! Maries Purchasing Agent ($26.40) 385333 torney to express your concerns andor objections with regard to this application. Copies of the plans and application are on file in the Department of Planning and may be inspected during regular business hours Monday through Friday. KENNETH L. PAPE ATTORNEY FOR THE APPLICANT ($35.64) 385384 TOWNSHIP OF NORTH TOWNSHIP OF MONROE LEGAL NOTICE PLEASE BE ADVISED that John Hyland, as owner of lands known as Lots 8, 9, 10 & 11, aka Lot 8.01, Block 109.02 which property fronts on Garibaldi Avenue, a paper street in Monroe Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, has made application to the Monroe Township Planning Board for preliminary and final site plan ap- firoval to improve a por-ion of Ganbaidi Avenue to provide access to one, single family residence to be constructed on the applicant's property. Said property is located In the R-60 zone. The applicant proposes to install an 18 foot wide pavement improvement within the existing right-of-way beginning at Spring Street and terminating In front of the applicant's property. The applicant shall request such other relief as the Board may deem appropriate in accordance with the provisions of Section 108 of the Monroe Township Land Development Ordinance. The applicant reserves the right to request bulk variance andor design waiver relief if the Board or its staff determines same to be necessary or appropriate prior to or during the public hearing. This matter is presently scheduled to be heard by the Monroe Township Planning Board at their regularly scheduled meeting of May 24, 2007 whioh meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 P.M. In the Monroe Township Municipal Building located at 1 Municipal Plaza, Monroe Township, New Jersey. At said time and place you may appear in person or through an at- -LEGAL AD-SEALED BID FOR: B-06-36 Installation of One (1) Permanent Groundwater Monitoring Well on Plains Gap Road will be received, opened and contents publicly announced by the Board of Education of the Township of North Brunswick, in the County of Middlesex, at the Board of Education Offices, Otd Georges Road, North Brunswick, NJ at 1 1:00 A.M. prevailing time, oh May 15, 2007 . The Board of Education reserves the right to accept any bid meeting specifications regardless of price. The Board also reserves the right to accept any portion of the bid, waive any irregularities in bidding, and to proceed in any manner considered in its best interest. Bidders must comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975, C.127, (N.J.A.C. 17:27). Vendors shall submit a copy of their Business Registration Certificate issued by the Department of the Treasury. Division of Revenue at the time of bid submission. Specifications, Contract Sheet and Bid Forms may be obtained at the above offices. The Board of Education reserves the right to waive any informality in bidding or to reject any andalTbids. Marshall Sigall Assistant Superintendent for Business Board of Education Township of North Brunswick County of Middlesex State of New Jersey Dated: May 1, 2007 ($29.48) 385307 To in all the classified ads onlin go to: www.appclftjri teds .com TOWNSHIP OF OLD BRIDGE NOTICE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that application has been made to the Township Council of the Township of Old Bridge, One Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge, N.JT to transfer to MERITAGE WINE CELLERS. LLC trading as MERITAGE WINE CELLERS for premises located at U.S. Route 9 South and Ferry Road, Old Bridge, NJ. 08857 the Plenary Retail Distribution License, No. 1209-44-048-001 heretofore issued to Vasantha K. Perkari (pocket license), 428 Lloyd Road, Aberdeen, N.J. 07747. The person who will hold an interest in this license is: VASANTHA K. PERKARI 428 Lloyd Road Aberdeen, N.). 07747 Plans of building to be constructed may Te examined at the office of the Municipal Clerk, 1 Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge, NJ. 08857. Objections, if any, should be made immediately in writing to: Rose-Mane Saracino, Township Clerk of the Township of Old Bridge, One Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge, NJ. 08857 VASANTHA K. PERKARI 428 Lloyd Road Aberdeen, N.J. 07747 ($45.76) 369015 TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE INVITATION FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Education of the Township of Woodbridge, New Jersey, on Thursday, May 17, 2007, at 3:00 p.m., and at which time bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for: Disposable Materials Bids must be enclosed In sealed envelopes plainly marked "Bid on Equipment," bearing the name of the bidder on the outside and addressed to Mr. Dennis De Marino, Business Administrator Board Secretary, Wood-bridge Board of Education, Administration Building, School Street, Woodbridge, New Jersey 07095. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids in whole or part, and to waive Immaterial formalities. Appointments to view the specific item of interest prior to the date of the public sale can be arranged by calling 732-602-8454. Dennis DeMarino Business Administrator Board Secretary Board of Education Township of Woodbridge P.O. Box 428, School Street Woodbridge, New Jersey 07095 5107 ($24.20) 385836 TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE NOTICE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL PERSON TO PERSON AND PLACE TO PLACE TRANSFER TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made to the Mayor and Council of the Township of Woodbridge for a Person to Person and Place to Place transfer of the plenary retail consumption liquor license heretofore issued to JRC Associates, a New Jersey partnership to McLoone Holding Company, LLC trading as Favorites at Woodbridge or McLoone's Favorites at Woodbridge for premises located at the Fords Shopping Center, 3 Lafayette Road, Fords, Woodbridge Township, New Jersey. The license fs currently Inactive. Objections, If any, should be made immediately in writing to: John M. Mitch, Township Clerk, 1 Main Street, Woodbridge, New Jersey 07095. Copies of all application documents can be viewed by the public at the office of the Township Clerk during normal business hours. Michael E. McGann, Esq. Ronan, Tuzzio and G Ian none, Esq. One Hovchlld Plaza 4000 Route 66 Tinton Falls, NJ 07753 (732) 922-3300 Attorney for Buyer ($49.28) 376528 TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an application was made by Personalized Dental Care, P.C. for Bulk Variance approval to construct Commercial Sign located at 805 Inman Av., Colonia, NJ 07067 In Block 501 Lot 75 D, E & F. Said application was granted and Resolution of the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Woodbridge was adopted on April 19, 2007 and is available for review at the Office of the Board Secretary, 1 Main Street, Wood-bridge, NJ. ARLENE VOLKAY, SECRETARY ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE ($13.64) 385268 TWP OF EAST BRUNSWICK NOTICE East Brunswick Residents The following actions were taken by the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of East Brunswick on April 19, 2007. 2. Application Z 07-13 - Hollanders-Proposed modification to prior variance to add a bathroom to garage at 2B Henry Street, Block 310, Lot 54.06 in the RP Zone was Approved . All resolutions are on file in the Office of the Zoning Board, Department of Planning and Engineering, One Civic Center Drive, East Brunswick, NJ. ($12.76) 381714 PLEASE CHECK YOUR AOS THE FIRST DAY IT IS PUBLISHED FOR ANY CORRECTIONS THAT MAY NEED TO BE MADE, y LOOK MAKE TOUI CLASSIFIED AO STAND OUT FROM ALL THE REST! USE ONE OF OUR SPECIAL EYECATCHING LOGOS. WE HAVE A WIDE VARIETY OF SELECTIONS. CALL 1-877-735-7355 AND ONE OF OUR CLASSIFIED SALES REPRESENTATIVE WILL BY HAPPY TO HELP YOU PICK THE ONE THAT IS RIGHT FOR iUR AD.

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