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1 est "MONDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1988 THE RECORD PA mo LORE MARX CHARUNS, 85, of New York City, formerly of Wayside, died Sunday. Before retiring in 1968, the worked for Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune, for 15 years. Surviving are a son, Richard of Torn River; two daughters, Elaine Meyer of Fair Lawn and Greta Shubow of Miami; three sisters, Bella Man and Truck Deutschman, both of New York City, and Herta Bohn of Fort Lee; a brother, Arthur Mars of Sherman Oaks, Calif., and six grandchildren. Her husband, Bert, died in 1978. Services are today at 2 p.m. at Richard C. Hoidal Funeral Home, Oakhurst, with burial in Chesed Shel Ames Cemetery, Neptune. A mourning period will be observed at the Meyer residence from Tuesday through Sunday. S. FRANK CIULLA, 45, of Park Ridge died Wednesday in the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 in Scotland. A certified public accountant, he was a vice president and chief financial officer of Chase Capital Markets in the United Kingdom. Previously he was a vice president at Citibank. He was a 1967 graduate of Fordham University in the Bronx and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York Society of CPAs. Surviving are his wife, Mary Lou Marketta Ciulla; a son, Frank R.; two daughters, Laurie Ann and Michelle; his parents, Frank and Frances Ciulla of the Bronx; a sister, Anna Maria Tasaro of Congers, N.Y.; and two brothers, John of Nanuet, N.Y, and Vincent of Queens. Services will be held at a later date. Donations to the Park Ridge Soccer Marathon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, P.O. Box 1000, Park Ridge, N J. 07656, would be appreciated. JAMES J. CORCORAN, 63, of Maywood, formerly of Jackson Heights, Queens, died Friday. He was an electrician with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3, Manhattan. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of American Legion Post 170, Rochelle Park. Surviving are his wife, Rita Spagnuolo Corcoran, and a son, Richard J. of Basking Ridge. Mass will be said Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Peace R.C. Church, Maywood, with burial in St. John Cemetery, Queens. Visiting is today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Trinka-Fau8tini Funeral Home, Maywood. DOROTHY GRAICERSTEIN DAVIS of Glen Rock died Sunday. Before retiring, she was a registered nurse. She was a member of the Glen Rock Jewish Center. Surviving are her husband, Irwin; a son, Jeffrey of Hills-boro and a daughter, Suzanne Salter of Newton, Mass.; a .brother, Martin Graicerstein, and a sister, Freida Grai-cerstein, both of Hamden, Conn., and three grandchildren. Services are today at noon at Robert Schoem's Menorah Chapel, with burial in Cedar Park Cemetery, both in Paramus. A mourning period will be observed at the family residence. ' JOSEPH H. ESSES, 58, of West Paterson, formerly ef Paterson, died Sunday. He owned Interior Design Studios, West Paterson. Surviving are his wife, Ann-Muro Esses; four daughters, Jo Ann Taliercio of Fairfield, JaynePiroino of Wayne, Eileen Greco of Bloom-ingdale, and Lori Esses at home; a sister, Anne Esses of West Paterson, and two grandsons. Services will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at St. Ann's Melkite Catholic Church, West Paterson, with burial in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa. A committal service will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the church. Visiting will be tonight from 7 to 9 and Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Festa Memorial Funeral Home, Totowa. ELIZABETH M. DONOHUE KIELTY, 78, of Cliffside Park, formerly of New Milford, died Friday. She was a member of the Cliffside Park Senior Citizens. Surviving are a daughter, Elizabeth Robinson of Palisades Park; two sons, John J. of Carmel, Ind., and Edmund J. of Roanoke, Va.; a sister, Mae Kuster of Wayne, and six grandchildren. Her husband, John J., died in 1968. Mass will be said Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. at Epiphany R.C. Church, Cliffside Park, with burial in Christ King Cemetery, Franklin Lakes. Visiting is today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at McCorry Brothers Funeral Home, Cliffside Park. SAUL MARX ROSEN, 35, of Morris Township, formerly of Massachusetts, died Wednesday in the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 in Scotland. He was president of Prosys Tech Inc., Florham Park, and a member of the Rose City Roadrunners, Madison. Surviving are his wife, Meryl Shahun Rosen; a son, Scott, and a daughter, Elizabeth, both at home; a sister, Marcia Scanlon of Fort Lee; and a brother, Steven of Wakefield, Mass. A memorial service was Sunday at Louis Suburban Chapel, Fair Lawn. A mourning period will be observed at the family residence through Wednesday. Donations to a favorite charity would be appreciated. FRANK RUSSO, 73, of Lodi, formerly of New York City, died Friday. He was born in Italy. Before retiring 10 years ago, he was a butcher for Shop-Rite in Has-brouck Heights for 35 years. He was a parishioner of Mount Virgin R.C. Church, Garfield, and a member of American Legion Post 136 and the AARP, both in Lodi. Surviving are his wife, Josephine Di Michele Russo; a son, Frank S. of Lodi; a brother, Charles of Queens; two sisters, Stephanie Labbato in Florida and Millie Liotta of New York City, and a grandchild. Mass will be said Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at Mount Virgin Church, with burial in St Mary's Cemetery, Saddle Brook. Visiting will be tonight from 7 to 9 and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Aloia Funeral Home, Garfield. RONALD G. RUTKOWSKI, 54, of North Arlington, formerly of Bayonne, died Thursday. He owned Whitt-ley's Florist Shop, Hackensack, for the past 10 years, and was a payroll supervisor for the Bergen County Utilities Authority. He had served in the Air Force. He was a director of Youth Services of Bergen County, a founder of the Bergen County Child Protection Coalition, and an aide to Assemblyman Louis J. Gill, D-Passaic. Surviving is his mother, Pearl Rutkowski of Bayonne. His father, Benjamin, is deceased. Mass will be said Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Peace R.C. Church, North Arlington, with burial in Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City. Visiting is today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Parow Funeral Home, North Arlington. FLORENCE BEKMEZIAN TAKAKJIAN, 81, of North Bergen, formerly of Union City, died Saturday. Before retiring in 1974, she was a seamstress for Rainbow Dress Co., Union City, for 20 years. She was a member of Holy Cross Armenian Church, Union City, and its women's guild and education society. Surviving are three sons, Paul of North Bergen, Jack of Spring Lakes Heights, and Herbert of Hasbrouck Heights; a sister, Mary Bekmezian, and a brother, Millard, both of Upper Darby, Pa.; seven grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. Her husband, Paul, died in 1972. Services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Holy Cross Church, with burial in Grove Church Cemetery, North Bergen. Visiting is today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Frank A. Patti and Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home, Fort Lee. Donations to Holy Cross Armenian Church, 27th Street and New York Avenue, Union City, N J. 07087, would be appreciated. LUCY S0FI0 TURIELLO, 83, of Dumont, formerly of Jersey City and New York City, died Saturday. She was born in Italy and came to the United States as a child. Surviving are a son, Joseph of Dumont; two brothers, Dominick Sofio of Kissimee, Fla., and William Sofio of Astoria, Queens; three sisters, Mary Grosso of New York City, Theresa Durso of Cliffside Park, and Antoinette Schmidt of Homestead, Fla.; four grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Her husband, Patrick, died in 1977. Mass will be said Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Dumont, with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Visiting will be Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Freeh Funeral Home, Dumont. Donations to the Dumont Ambulance Corps would be appreciated. Memorial service Tuesday for Alexia Tsairis A memorial service for Alexia Kathryn Tsairis, 20, will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Wyckoff. The Franklin Lakes resident, a junior at Syracuse University, died Wednesday in the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 in Scotland. She was born in Rochester, Minn. A 1986 graduate of Ramapo Regional High School, Franklin Lakes, she had played varsity volleyball and basketball and had been a member of the Bergen Team in the United States Volleyball Association League. She had been a teaching assistant at the World Volleyball Training Center and spent two summers working as a lifeguard and swimming in structor at the Montvale Swim Club. Ms. Tsairis was a summer employee in the graphics and photography departments of the Associated Press in New York City for the past two years and had covered women's sports for local newspapers. In 1984, she participated in the Journey to Greece Program, sponsored by the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association. During the fall 1988 semester, she studied photojournalism at the Syracuse University London Center, achieving the highest grades among the students in the international program. She was awarded a first prize and an honorable mention in the 1988 student photographv competition and was on the Dean's List for superior performance throughout her academic career. Ms. Tsairis was a supporter of Greenpeace, Amnesty International, and the International Center of Photography, and was a founder of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Surviving are her parents, Peter and Aphrodite Tsairis, a brother, George A.; a sister, Ariadne P.; her maternal grandmother, Kathryn Bravakis Thevos; and her paternal grandmother, Erifili Tsairis. Donations to the Alexia Tsairis Memorial Fund, co Summit Trust Co., 401 Hackensack Ave., Hackensack, N.J. 07601, would be appreciated. The fund will benefit Ms. Tsairis' interests: photography, athletics, and world peace. Rites for hospital president, Sister Marie de Pazzi Lynch By Jeff Simmons Record Staff Writer A Mass for Sister Marie de Pazzi Lynch, president of St Peter's Medical Center in New Brunswick, who died last week, will be said Tuesday at St Michael's Villa in Englewood Cliffs. Lynch, the sister of Sister Patricia Lynch, president of Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck, was one of only a dozen female administrators among the state's 106 hospitals. "Sister was truly a driving force behind the direction this industry has taken over the last decade," said Louis P. Scibetta, president of the New Jersey Hospital Association. Lynch, 61, died Wednesday in St. Peter's, where she served as president and chief administrator for 12 years. Because of her illness, she had planned to resign in January. Before joining St. Peter's, Lynch held various administrative positions at St James Hospital in Newark, St Joseph's Village for Dependent Children in Rockleigh, and Sacred Heart Hospital in Eugene, Ore. She served as chairman of the hospital association's board of trustees from 1983 to 1984, chaired its Council on Government Relations, and served on the Committee on Planning. The New Brunswick resident was a member of Sisters of St Joseph of Peace. She graduated from Holy Name Hospital's School of Nursing and received a bachelor's degree from Seton Hall University in South Orange and a master's in health-care administration from St. Louis University. Surviving are six sisters, Christina Mulcahy of North Hampton, England, Sister Patricia Lynch"of Teaneck, Margaret Godley, No-reen Reagan, and Joan Carroll, all of County Kerry, Ireland, and Deborah Lynch of Little Ferry, and three brothers, John P. and Patrick, both of West Orange, aid Brendan of Dublin, Ireland, f, ' Arrangements were by the Boy-Ian Funeral Home in New Bruris'-wick. A wake will be held today at St. Michael's Villa from 1 to 8 p:frt. A Mass of the Resurrection will be said 10 a.m. Tuesday at the villa. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington. Donations to Holy Name Hospital's Health Care Foundation Nursing Scholarship Fund, J18 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ. 07666, would be appreciated. ARIZONA MCDONALD WILUAMS, 53, of Passaic, formerly of Wilson, N.C., died Friday. She was a member of William Chapel AME Zion Church, Passaic. Surviving are two sons, Frederick McDonald of Passaic and Staff Sgt. Leroy Williams Jr., stationed with the Air Force in Japan; a daughter, Rosemary Freeman of Passaic; a brother, Willie McDonald, and two sisters, Louise Wood and Patsy Best, all of Brooklyn, and 12 grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at William Chapel Church, with burial in Fair Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Visiting will be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the church, with arrangements by Bragg Funeral Home, Passaic. RALPH M. WIIIIAMC a of Englewood died Wednesday. He was a printer for the Girl Scout Council of Bergen County, Paramus, for two years. Surviving is a son, Ralphiel Williams of East Orange. Services wittbe Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Nesbitt Funeral Home, Englewood, with burial in Hackensack Cemetery. Visiting"is today from 5 to 9 p.m. - ji DOROTHY FEILER ZILLMAN of Paramus, formerly of Brooklyn, died Sunday. Surviving are her husband, Albert; two sons, Alan Davis of Paramus and Donald Davis of Englewood, and two grandchildren. Services are today at noon at Gutterman-Musicant, Hackensack, with burial in Beth-El Cemetery, Washington Township. Both sides in Sudanese war using food aid as weapon, say Senate aides Washington Post News Service WASHINGTON - Both the Sudan government and opposition rebel forces have sought to manipulate emergency Western food aid for starving civilians in southern Sudan, according to a Senate staff mission that has returned from Khartoum and the war zones. "They want the food to lure people back into their territory," Michael Myers, a staff member of the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on immigration and refugee affairs, said of the rebels, who were insisting on "absolute parity" in the distribution of food. - "Not since Biafra have both sides used food so cynically as a weapon of war," Jerry Tinker, the subcommittee's staff director, said in an interview last week. Biafra was the name Ibo rebels gave to their short-lived "republic" in eastern Nigeria during the bitter 1967-70 civil war in which tens of thousands of people died of starvation. The Senate team talked to leaders of both the Sudanese government and the rebel Sudanese People's Liberation Movement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to try to persuade them to allow more food into southern Sudan, where war has displaced or threatened with starvation nearly half the region's 6 million people. Tinker and Myers said the warring sides had told them they would continue allowing the Swiss-run International Committee of the Red Cross to operate an airlift of relief food to three towns each in territory under the control of the other even if a proposed cease-fire does not materialize. The liberation movement told Senate mission members that they would lengthen dirt airstrips to allow French-built Transall C-130 transports flown for the Red Cross to get into the three towns under its control with the supplies. "I think we're not going to see a repeat of last year's massive starvation," Tinker said, adding that this assessment depended on the Red Cross operation continuing unhindered and additional aid arriving by road. The two staff aides were critical of what they saw as the Arab-dominated Sudan government's apparent lack of concern for the starving southern Sudan population, which is predominantly black African. But they said it appeared its attitude was changing in reaction to criticism from the West. At the same time, they noted a tendency by SPLM leaders to place their own war objectives above immediate humanitarian concerns. Meanwhile, on the basis of the staff mission's report, committee Chairman Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., urged an immediate U.S.-sponsored airlift of relief supplies to 350,000 Somali war refugees living in three camps in Ethiopia's Ogaden region. The Somalis are mostly urban dwellers from Hargesia and Burao in northern Somalia who fled en masse without taking any of their possessions when the two cities were attacked by Somali rebels last May. Myers, who visited the Harti-sheik camp for 200,000 of the refii-gees, described the site "as .the worst refugee situation I've seen in 12 years of visiting camps." ? The U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa has been sending reports back to the State Department for six months warning of a loomjng disaster for the Somali refugees, Tinker said. Ambassador-at-large for Refugee Affairs Jonathan Moore qn Friday called Jean Pierre Hocke", the U.N. high commissioner for refugees, in Geneva "to personally emphasize our sense of urgency" about the Somali refugee situation, according to State Depart ment officials. ?'? i!. The commissioner has responsir bility for the Somali refugees but has been slow in dealing with tHe worsening situation at the three camps, according to congressional sources. The State Department has given the U.N. commissioner $10 million to help cope with the, influx of refugees into Ethiopia:;.; State Department officials said the United States probably would first press the U.N. commissioner of refugees to take further action; before considering Kennedy's sug-j gestion, made to Deputy Secretary; of State John C. Whitehead, for a U.S. airlift because the U.N. bodyi already has considerable assets on the ground in Ethiopia. ,? DEATH NOTICES BURNS James F. of Pearl River. N.Y. formerly of Jackson Heights, N.Y. on December 22, 1988. Husband of Irene M. (O'Reilly). Father of Mary Ellen Ferraro, Michael, Betty Anne Bancroft and Maureen. Brother of Brother Martin Burns and Jean Cavanaugh. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 10 A.M. at St. Aedens Church. Burial Ascension Cemetery. Visiting Monday 2-4 and 7-9, Shankey Funeral Home, Pearl River, N.Y. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to American Cancer Society. CAPKOVITZ Stephen Gerard of Tenafly on December 23, 1988. Beloved husband of Evelyn (nee De Rosa). Devoted father of Stephen H. of McKinney, Texas, Neil S. of Tenafly, Joyce E. Capkovitz of New York City. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Barrett Funeral Home, 148 Dean Dr., Tenafly on Monday, 2-4, 7-9 P.M. Funeral Service Tuesday 10:30 A.M. Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Tenafly. Donations to the Tenafly Police Dept., would be appreciated. DePalma Mildred (nee Martin) of Old ! Tappan NJ formerly of Rivervale on Fri-, day, December 23, 1988. Beloved wife of vii iiem ueraima. uevuiea moiner 01 Vincent, Lynn Tomasovich and Carolyn Fran-caviglia. Loving Grandmother of Shannon, Devon and Cheryl. Funeral from Becker Funeral Home of Westwood, 219 Kinderkamack Road, on Tuesday at 9:00 AM. Funeral mass R.C. Church of The Assumption, Emerson, NJ at 10:00 AM. Entombment Madonna Cemetery, Fort Lee,' NJ. The family will receive their friends on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. GILMORE Mary on December 23, 1988 of Wayne. Beloved wife of Joseph, mother of Joseph, Jr. and Roger Gilmore. Grandmother of Kimberley and Michael Gilmore. Service at the Vander Plaat-Ver-meulen Memorial Home, 530 High Mountain Rd., Franklin Lakes on Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. Interment Laurel Grove Memorial Park. The family will receive their friends on Monday at 7-9 P.M. MUERSCH Friedrich E. of Saddle Brook, formerly of Carlstadt on December 22, 1988. Husband of Martha (Egloff). Father of Mildred Van Blarcom. Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Carlstadt on Wednesday, December 28 at 3 P.M. Visitation at Kohler Funeral Home, 280 Hackensack St., Wood-Ridge Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Contributions to The First Presbyterian Church of Carlstadt In his memory would be appreciated. PISANO Leonard L. of Totowa at rest In Paterson, on December 23, 1988. Beloved husband of the late Theresa (nee Ferraro). Loving father of Leonard S. and Linda Giordano, Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral from the Festa Memorial Funeral Home, 1 1 1 Union Blvd., Totowa, Tuesday, 9 A.M. Funeral Mass to follow at St. James R.C. Church, Totowa at 9:30 A.M. Interment at St, Nicholas Cemetery, Lodi. Friends may call Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. ROZIC Kathrin (nee Masaryk) of Garfield on December 24, 1988. Beloved wife of the late Stephen. Dear mother of Steven, Howard and Kathleen Krom. Sister of Stephen, Joseph, John, Michael and Mary Zelinek. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Ka-mienski Funeral Home, 207 Ray St., Garfield on Wednesday 9 A.M. and at Holy Name Slovak Cathedral 9:30 A.M. Internment, East Ridgelawn Cemetery. Visitation Monday 7-9 and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. RUTKOWSKI Ronald G. of North Arling-. ton on December zz, ishb. beloved son of Pearl Rutkowski and the late Benjamin. Funeral from the Parow Funeral Home, 185 Ridge Road, North Arlington on Tuesday December 27th at 9 A.M. Thence to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church for the funeral Mass at 10 A.M. Interment Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City. The Family will receive friends on Sunday evening 7-9 P.M. and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. STROBEL Marie J. on December 23. 1988 of Bergenfield, N.J. Wife of the late John Schmid and the late Willy Strobel. Mother of Alice B, Goebel and John Schmid. Stepmother of Willy Strobel. Also survived by 5 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren, Funeral service at Riewerts Memorial Home, 187 S. Washington Ave., Bergenfield, N.J. on Wednesday at 9 A.M. by the Rev. Stephen Giordano. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, N.J. The family will receive friends on Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. ZUIDEMA William H. Sr., on December 23, 1988 of North Haledon. Beloved husband of Joyce (nee Klapmust). Father of William Jr, Kenneth and David Zuidema and Sharon Spoelstra. Brother of Wilhel-mina Dyksen, Norman Zuidema, Lois Prins, Samuel and Roger Zuidema. Son of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Zuidema. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 10 A.M. at The Vander Plaat-Vermuelen Funeral Home, High Mountain Rd, Franklin Lakes. Interment Laurel Grove Memorial Park. The"family will receive their friends Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Donations to "New Beginnings Building Fund" of the Covenant Christian Reformed Church would be appreciated. In Memorlam STRATIS Elia G. President Robert H. Donaldson, members of the Board of Trustees, the Administration, Staff, Faculty and Students of Fairleigh Dickinson University share in the sorrow of the fam- ' ily, friends and business associates of Elia G. Stratis. Mr. Stratis held a B.S. (1967) and an M.B.A. (1976) from Fairleigh Dick- inson University and was the first alumnus to become a voting member of the Board. He served his alma mater tirelessly and we will miss him. The Record classified department will be open to receive death notices on the following hours: FOR NEXT DAY PUBLICATION Monday through Thursday 8:30 AM-5 :00 PM 7:00PM-9:00PM Saturday 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 PM Sunday & Holidays 7:00 PM-9:00PM FOR SUNDAY PUBLICATION Fri 8:30AM-5:00PM Sat 11 AMto3:00 PM Funeral Arrangements & Gift Baskets From One Of The Top 100 FIT) Florists. W "Only First Quality Flowers!" RT. 17 S PARAMUS 445-7101 ST. 4 W PARAMUS 343-8200 MAIN ST., FORT LEE .....944-1050 WEST ORANGE 736-0049 NANUET. NY (914) 614-8905 FHUIT BASKETS ' Featuring Select Fruit D Imported Gourmet Specialties ' Deliveries Dally We Ship Anywhere Special Orderi and Corporal Account! Welcome 836-7852 93PallMdAv Teaneck In Memorlam STRATIS Elia G. services in his memr3ry'r will be held on Monday, December 26 ar 10 A.M. Westwood United Methodist Church, Kinderkamack Rd. and BergepA St., Westwood, N.J. Donations in lieu of, flowers will be appreciated to the Elia Q:-Stratis memorial Scholarship Fund oon Regis J. Ebner, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, N.J. 07666. I DIRECT I CREK1ATI0HS y $395.00 Service Includes: Removal from place of death, cremation container (PAOAT 8PP5A), filing death certificate and obtaining permit, transportation to crematory and cremation expense. Service arranged In your community 742-3036 James R. Minchln, Jr., MGR. 17 Michigan Ave., Paterson Pri-im'nBtaiatiri Pripiynint plans avallabli ; Dlsposllloi ol crinalns and cirtlfiii codIm of iiath cartltlcati cot lacfadal j ..v

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