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Allen Twp. Committee to Explore Police Coverage By BILL HALBFOERSTER The Home News

Almost every month, and again this past Thursday, the Allen Township Board of Supervisors has been hearing complaints about motorists ignoring stop signs and speeding along without regard to the safety of pedestrians. Supervisors Bruce Frack and William Holmes agreed to serve as a committee to meet with the Northampton Police Department and the Lehigh Township Police Department to see if they would provide extra coverage. Allen Township at present relies only on the Pa. State Police to patrol their roads. On Thursday, a resident of Felice Drive complained that motorists don’t stop at any of the three stop signs in that section of the township. He suggested the township get help from Northampton. State Police patrol cars have been on Savage Rd., and chairman Paul Balliet commented that perhaps the State Police could patrol a bit more. It was pointed out that it’s not just youths, but also adults who are violating stop signs.

Solicitor Lincoln Treadwell suggested a mutual aid agreement with Northampton might be worked out. Frack said, “Drivers have no respect. They don’t even hit the brakes.” He noted that he and Supervisor Michelle Drzeweicki and Township Manager Ilene Eckhart had talked to the former Northampton Police Chief Brownmiller about patrolling in the township, and the price quoted was $178,000 a year. Balliet told the Felice Drive residents, “We’ll start with the State Police and try to get help.” It was at that point that Frack suggested the committee, although at present there is no move toward regionalization such as Bath, Lower Nazareth and Hanover have with CRPD. Other Matters • Engineer Brien Kocher discussed curb box, water lateral and back fill at a private property. Frack suggested that contractors should be told about backfilling properly when they put in water lines from Northampton Borough. The board will have the town-

Vets, Military Honored at Moore Elementary School

By BILL HALBFOERSTER The Home News

Veterans Day was given special significance to students of the Moore Elementary School on Friday when veterans of the armed forces participated in an all-day event with them. It started with a breakfast in the school’s all-purpose room when, in true military style, they lined up for “chow”, and it was served to them by Cub Scouts donning chef hats. The breakfast was provided by the school and the Moore Elementary PTA. After the early breakfast, the veterans lined up in the lobby of the school as busload after busload of youngsters came through the doors to say, “Good Morning.” Many of them shook hands or slapped “high fives” with the veterans as they welcomed the youngsters. Throughout the morning, more than 25 veterans, some wearing their original dress uniforms, or combat fatigues, others who are members of area American Legion posts,

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Fire Guts Second Floor of Moore Township Home

A fire in a home at 193 Nazareth Drive, Moore Township, gutted the second floor, but firefighters were able to save the first floor from destruction. All occupants of the home – four adults and three children, their four dogs, and a turtle – were able to escape the flames. The fire started around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4, and

the cause remained under investigation. No injuries were reported by the Klecknersville Rangers Vol . Fire Co. of Moore Township. The Lehigh Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross provided lodging, clothing, meals, and other items to the family. Northampton County deed records list the home as being owned by Lori Anna Amick.

CONGRESSMAN Charlie Dent spoke to the students in the school’s all-purpose room. – Home News photos went from classroom to class- early afternoon program room telling of their experi- when Congressman Charlie ences. Most of them served Dent came to speak to the during the Vietnam War era, 4th, 5th and 6th grade boys although a few had served in and girls. He told them how World War II and the war in Armistice Day of World War I marked the 11th hour of the Korea. At lunch, the students ate 11th day of the 11th month with the veterans. Some of and it evolved into the presthem stayed around for an ent Veterans Day. He singled out Col. Robert M. Balcavage, U.S. Army, who had served in Afghanistan and is now assigned to the Army War College at Carlisle. -----------------------------

“It’s important that we remember our history.”

----------------------------He was among the veterans, and who earlier said at an assembly of the full student body, “It’s important that we remember our history.” As scenes of servicemen and women were shown on a projection screen, some of whom he served with in Afghanistan, Col. Balcavage VETERANS were given an early breakfast, and later, lunch.

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Sports............................6

Events ...........................2

Flag Salute ...................10

Gab over Fence................3

EMS earns award..........11

House Tour.....................4

Obituaries ........... 12 & 13

Grow Your Small Business...5

Classifieds ........... 14 & 15

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Events 4th Annual Souper Tasting

The 4th Annual Souper Tasting benefiting Bath Area Food Bank will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at Barbara’s Treasures, 69 So. Broad Street in Nazareth on Monday, November 19.

Lehigh Elementary School Market Day

Market Day allows residents to order high quality frozen food monthly, and the Lehigh Elementary PTA receives a portion of the proceeds. Orders may be placed by returning the Market Day flyer sent home with students each month, or you may order online at http://www.marketday.com/. The School’s account number is 19332. The next pick up is scheduled for November 19.

Lehigh Elementary PTA Holiday Craft Show

A Holiday Craft Show is scheduled for December 7 from 9am-3pm at Lehigh Elementary.

Make it a night in Nazareth!

Food, Drink, Music, and a Movie will be presented at the Nazareth Center for the Arts. A documentary movie night featuring “For the Next 7 Generations” will be held on Friday Nov. 16th beginning at 7p.m. $10 donations will be collected. Jackie Tice will perform music during the reception.

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Law Establishes Pennsylvania Veterans’ Trust By Senator Pat Browne 16th Senatorial District

Pennsylvania is home to more than 900,000 military veterans. Their tremendous service to our nation stands as a point of pride for our commonwealth. It takes a special person to be a soldier, a sailor, a Marine, a member of the Air Force or a member of the Coast Guard. How many people would want to or be able to face the threats and uncertainties that our service members have and still do on a daily basis? We have an obligation to these brave men and women who have fought to keep our nation safe and free to ensure they have the necessary assistance and support when they return home from duty and adjust back into their everyday lives. That is why I recently voted for a new law that will help generate additional dollars for support services for our veterans through private donations. Act 194 of 2012 creates a new Pennsylvania Veterans’ Trust Fund (PVTF) to supplement state appropriations for veterans’ programs. The legislation provides additional dollars through voluntary donations to enhance current programs, services and benefits our state already offers, without asking taxpayers to contribute significant new funding. Funding for the Trust will come from donations made via a voluntary check-off box

on driver's license renewals and vehicle registrations, proceeds from the sale of special license plates for veterans and other motorists who wish to honor their service, as well as other private donations. The Trust will fund a variety of programs, such as grants for veterans' organizations, support for county veterans' programs and housing assistance for veterans. To ensure this proposal creates the greatest benefit for our veterans, the legislation also supports new partnerships between the state and a number of charities and veterans' service organizations. It is important to note that money from the Pennsylvania Veterans’ Trust Fund is not intended to replace existing government funding. State, federal and county governments offer a number of helpful resources for our veterans, and it is important to ensure that all men and women who have served our country are aware of the benefits available to them. A list of helpful informational links is available on my website under the Resources/Links tab at http://senatorbrowne. com/veterans.htm. Additional information is also available by contacting the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs online at www.dmva. state.pa.us or calling toll-free 1-800-547-2838. It is vital that our men and women in uniform know that they have our deepest gratitude and appreciation. This program allows us a way to show it.

And Desire

Great minds have purposes; others have wishes.

Voters’ workshop

The League of Women Voters of Lehigh and Northampton Counties will be conducting their 7th biennial “Running for Local Office Workshop”. It is scheduled for Saturday, November 17, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Kiva Building at Northampton Community College, 3835 Green Pond Road Bethlehem. This workshop is designed to give someone thinking of running for local office, or working on a campaign, an understanding of how to qualify and run for local office. A fee of $45 will be charged to cover the cost of materials. Additional information and application form can be obtained at the League website http://www.lwvlv.org/ Workshp_flier_2012.pdf , or by contacting Ken Mohr at 610282-1921.

Christmas at the Station The Northampton Area Historical Society will open the doors of the Siegfried Railroad Station for its annual “Christmas at the Station” for the first two weeks in December. The first weekend is December 2 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Sunday December 3 from 1-3 p.m. The second weekend is December 8 from 10 a.m. – 2p.m. and Sunday December 9 from 1 – 3 p.m. The station is located on West 21st Street (Route 329) in Northampton. The theme for this year is angels and snowman and the station will be decorated for Christmas. Stop by to see a display of wonderful antique and collectible items. Entry is rfee, but donations are accepted. The Christmas weekends will feature a Chinese auction and other fundraisers. For more information or to display your snowmen or angels please call 610-262-4748.

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Congratulations to the George Wolf PTA Reflections Winners

Gab Over the Fence by Pete G. Ossip After all the storm damage, the loss of electrical power, people not being able to take showers for days, cutting up trees that had fallen on their properties, and all the other stress that we had from Hurricane Sandy around here, we finally had some days of sunshine and warm air. But for those down at the Jersey shore who lost everything, their problems will go on for days, months and maybe even years. The Red Cross has done a lot to help them. And people have been going down there to help with food, clothing and whatever they could do to help. Just think of how they must feel, to see that they don’t have homes that some have lived in all their lives, and those who used to own or rent homes so they’d have a place to spend summer vacations. They’re now the homeless. . . .We hear so much about others who have lost their jobs and don’t have food for their families, and how much they need the food banks and the soup kitchens that have been set up. Please, folks, do whatever you can, whenever you can to help those who need it so much. . . . I see the Lions in town are collecting winter coats to help wounded veterans and their families. They’ll be up at the Lutheran church this Saturday morning and afternoon, so check out your closets and see what you can give. . . . Speaking about veterans, I’m glad to see that there were a lot of programs in the area to remind us to thank them for all their sacrifices. I hear the Moore Township school had an all-day event so that the kids could honor the veterans and learn more about our country’s flag and how much we should re-

spect what it stands for. Hats off to Principal Curt Dimmick and his staff!! . . . . The presidential election is over, and went pretty much the way all the polls had predicted. There were winners and losers, but I hope all of the candidates will do their best for our state and country, whatever side they were on. After all, we are the United States of America, right??! . . . . High school and pro football games are going pretty good right now, and on Thanksgiving Day next Thursday there will be some rivalries played. Should be lots of fun. . . . I hear “Chick” Liberto had an auto accident and got a couple black eyes from it. I hope his injuries weren’t Visual Arts – Middle any worse than that and that Outstanding he’ll be back on the “Hearts” Giovanni Dodson "My line again soon. . . . Monocacy Drive (Rt. 987) is open again Drawings", Patrick Flanagan north of Chapmans, I see, af- "Skateboarding Rules", Abby ter the power company people replaced a bunch of poles that were knocked down.. . . .With the warmer weather, golfers were out on the local courses over the weekend. . . .I see there’s a new fitness business in town where the news office used to be. Nice to have a place close by where we can trim some fat by exercising the right way. . . .I hope you thanked any military folks you know on Veterans Day. Next Thursday, we can dig in for a big family meal on Thanksgiving Day. Go to church, too, and offer your prayers of thanks. See ya!

Champions

Congratulations to the MTAA Redhawks who won the Blue Mountain Jr PeeWee championship, beating Pen Argyl 18-0.

Monday, November 19, 2012

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Wheeler "Jumping Horse", Conner Beer "Magic in Your Wand", Kimberly Newhall "Waterfall Sunset" Visual Arts – Intermediate

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Collecting Toys for Tots At George Wolf School

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Crib Set

KAITLYNN MOTIKA Kaitlynn Olivia Motika, Dan and Liz Motika and big sister Jillian of DuBois, PA announce the birth of Kaitlynn Olivia. Kaitlynn was born on August 23, 2012 at DuBois Regional Medical Center. She weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Budd and Beth Matlock of Bath, paternal grandparents are Dave and Lois Resh of Walnutport, maternal great grandfather is Bud Matlock of Carpentersville, NJ., and paternal great grandmother is Mary Steigler of Palmerton.

P’s and Q’s

Our Kindergarten kids start school with an advantage these days. They already know two letters of the alphabet-T.V.

Parents/guardians of students at George Wolf Elementary School in Bath were informed this week that this year the school will again be a collec ting point for the annual Lehigh Valley Toys for Tots campaign. The program is sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve units located in this area. The collection dates are Monday, Nov. 12 through Friday, Nov. 30 in the gym entrance and front lobby. Students can bring donations on any day of the toy drive. The Marines will be accepting the donations that were given on Friday, Nov. 30 at 8:45 a.m. in the lobbies. Primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a shiny new toy at Christmas, a mes-

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pic Dream", Adeline Weitknecht "Sprout", Alyssa Wruble "The Best Fireworks of the Night", Tyler Walling "Mountain Climber" Visual Arts – Primary Outstanding Jenna Guinn "An Apple Tree", Kayla Crossley "A Beautiful Waterfall", Caden Markulics "Football Game", Elena Rasmussen "Chocolate Love", Savannah Tabb "Pretty Princess with I like you"

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sage of hope to needy youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders. Last year, the students at George Wolf donated a truckload of toys to this worthy cause. The parents were asked to make contributions of new, not gift-wrapped toys, books, puzzles, and board games. The items will be sorted by age and gender, wrapped and distributed to those families who are identified by the Salvation Army and other recognized welfare agencies as needing assistance to make the season brighter. The students will have an opportunity to meet the Marines on the morning of Nov. 30.

Visual Arts Special Category Outstanding Christian "Christian on a Bike", Kamora – "Fun Flowers", Honorable Mention Andriana Andrews "Magic World", Eric Johnson "The Eruption", Hope Schoeneberger "Beautiful Sunset", Dalton Domchek "Winning Goal", Matthew Curmaci "Candyland" Honorable Mention Blake Lambert "The Sun goes into the Ocean", Angeleta Holley "My First Football Game", Deziree Pagan "My Beautiful View", Lauren Todd "Looking at the Stars", Hunter Corrow "The First Two Men on the Moon Honorable Mention Chloe Piston "Myself", Megan Smith "Surfing for the First Time", Allison Unangst "Watching My Cat Play", Madison Gunkle "First Time", Makenna Werich "Rainbow Magic" Honorable Mention Lamir Cobbs "Lamir's Shapes", Olivia Sobiesiek "Olivia's Puppy", Juvens Joseph "Power Rangers", Amber Shafer "The Butterfly Princess", Hailee Rice "Little Princess Cupcake" Literature – Intermediate Hunter Corrow "Baseball Rocks", Hunter Corrow "Baseball" Photography – Intermediate Outstanding Caroline Gray "Seeing the Sky", Hunter Corrow "Getting a High Jump", William King "Rainbow in the Falls", Russell King "Horseshoe Falls", William King "The Blue Moon" Photography – Primary Outstanding Reece Makary "Jumping into the Pool", Paige Baskar "My Mom", Matissa Melendez "My Mom", Colomen "Toy Store" Honorable Mention Russell King "The Raging Rapids", William King "A Lazy Day", William King "The Change of Seasons", Russell King "Maid of the Mist Boat"

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Governor Wolf Historical Society Christmas House Tour

On December 1 the 32nd tour will feature six private homes and the society’s four buildings, each decorated for Christmas by a local florist or garden club. In conjunction with the home tour the society will hold a holiday craft show, hearth cooking, wreath and greens sale and more at the GW Historical Park. The home featured this week was purchased by current owners on August 25, 2011. Due to the condition and their desire to restore the home they did not move in until May 2012. The original outbuildings included the well house, corn crib, chicken coup, and the summer kitchen. Due to the condition of the summer kitchen it could unfortunately not be saved. After discussions with neighbors and prior owners, it is their understanding that the

house next door was originally the barn for the farmhouse. The original home was built in the early 1800's and was made of brick construction and a stone foundation. The kitchen and now master bedroom wing was an addition believed to be put on in the mid 1800's. The addition was actually built over the original root cellar. Because of their love and appreciation of old homes and architecture, Adam and Jasmine Pooler, owners of Custom Contractors LLC, personally designed and renovated this home using original styles and materials. One of their favorite experiences in renovating the house was peeling back the layers of prior renovations to reveal original features such Continued on page 5

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Grow Your Small Business - Disaster or Opportunity By CAROL RITTER

What a week! Sandy poured its ugly head on our community and many of us were left powerless for a week. No internet, no cable, no lights, in some cases, no telephones and lots of family who would help but they were in the same situation. If you are in business, many of you could not open and lost tons of revenue this week. On the other hand, some businesses benefited from the storm selling lots of ice, hot coffee, and water. Restaurants who were open knocked’ um dead with sales. And then there were the givers, my favorite restaurant offered for me to work there in the morning when they were not open and plug in my electronics. A local market gave away ice and water to all PPL customers. Facebook was packed full of offers to those who needed help. As a business owner, did you view this as a disaster or an opportunity? An opportunity to give back to your loyal customers, an opportunity to extend a helping hand to those in need, an opportunity to show your customers who you are and what you value. I know for sure that LOYALTY is possibly the number one character trait needed to be successful in business. We need to teach our customers and future customers that we not only desire their loyalty but we are also willing to earn it. How do you feel when someone helps you for no reason? Most of us might answer surprised, happy, appreciative, even unbelievable. Once a customer feels like you care more about them than you do

the dollars, LOYALTY will follow. Turning this disaster into an opportunity is ingenious, but turning it into an opportunity to show your customers who you are is everlasting. “Character is how you treat those who can do nothing for you” Author Unknown I’m definitely going to continue eating at my favorite restaurant, LOYALTY ROCKS! Carol serves as a featured writer for the Home News and the Lehigh Valley Chamber Blog

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as, the brick fireplace, brick walls, and wide plank wood flooring. When viewing the home take notice to the original window trim in the living room and dining room along with the front door. Needing to add some additional materials the doorway beams and mantel materials were salvaged from an old barn in Bushkill Township. The staircase leading up to the 2nd floor was completely reconstructed along with the master bedroom using materials that were salvaged from a mill in Tatamy. The children’s

Community Outreach Thanksgiving Dinner St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Bath PA. will sponsor a dinner on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2012 @ 12 Noon. Dinner is open to anyone in the community with a free will offering being receivedbut no one will be turned away for lack of means. Reservations are required. Call the Church office @ 610-837-1061 or Donna Humphrey @ 610-704-0939 to make your reservations. Reservation Deadline Monday, November 19

Season of Solidarity

Sanofi-aventis, the diversified global healthcare leader, has always considered volunteerism as part of its culture. This year, employees of Sanofi US, headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ, participated in a special program called “Sanofi Season of Solidarity: Volunteering to Support a Healthier Community”, a month-long volunteer program. Last month, 17 sanofi-aventis employees spent a day at the Matheny Medical and Educational Center, helping to spruce up the grounds by performing a variety of chores including raking leaves, painting and general yardwork. Sanofi discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions to treat diseases. Matheny is a special hospital and educational facility here for children and adults with developmental disabilities. bathroom upstairs was added where a make shift closet used to be located. 
 Some of the Pooler's future aspirations to make this farmhouse truly unique, is to turn the old back porch into a sunroom and create a wine cellar using the original root cellar. The Poolers are looking forward to raising their two young children here while completing restoration and making this house a home. The 1st and 2nd floor will be opened during the tour. Please take a look at original photos of the home and before and after pictures of the renovation. 
 Tickets on Sale Tickets for the tour will go on sale Fri Nov 16. Tickets for the Saturday tour will be $17 in advance and $20 the day of the tour. Tickets will be sold at Bath Drug, S Seem Antiques & Artisans, Country Capers, Curt’s Cyclery and Miller Supply Ace Hardware. Tickets for the Friday evening candlelight tour and buffet will be $48 ($40 for GWHS members). Call 610-837-9015 for more information. In addition to the Saturday tour, there is a special Candlelight Tour of the homes on Friday, Nov. 30 beginning at 6 PM. The tour begins with the Ralston-McKeen House on Jacksonville Road and visits each home in the ticket booklet in order. It is a special preview of the homes and their Christmas decorations for the volunteers, homeowners, florists and patrons. The tour finishes with a reception and light buffet in the Wolf Academy and announcement of the floral prize winners. The Candlelight Tour is also open to the public for a patron donation of $48 ($40 for GWHS members). To attend the Friday candlelight tour as a patron, send money for each to “GWHS Candlelight Tour Patron c/o Carol Bear, 207 W. Northampton St, Bath PA 18014”. Make checks payable to “Governor Wolf Historical Society”. For information call Carol Bear at 610-837-7766.

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Volunteers included (l-r): Kathy Brown, Bath; Tricia Baisley, Stanhope; Antonella Lozito, Bloomfield; John Clouse, Chester; and Terri Pedone, Lebanon.

Friendly Fifties

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Comment On Sports By Pete Fritchie

FOOTBALL✷ ✷ ✷ Perhaps the biggest news in college football this year is the return to power of Notre Dame. The Irish were for decades a major football powerhouse. But in the last ten or fifteen years the team has not contin-

ued that annual powerhouse ranking. This year the Irish regained their former reputation as one of the nation’s top teams. (Many of their fans wished they had had former number 1 Alabama on their schedule this year.) But for many they had something better. They play their last game against Southern California, a long-time traditional rival. But that was not the big surprise on their 2012 schedule. For their first game they traveled to Dublin, Ireland! There they defeated Navy, beginning their winning streak.

Nazareth wins semi-final in Eastern Conference playoff Nazareth’s Blue Eagles (6-5) of the defense on the Eagles easily defeated East Strouds- 38-yard line and ran 61 yards burg North, 35-12, in the before being tackled at the Eastern Conference Division East Stroudsburg 1-yard line. IV semi-finals on Friday. It Gaetaniello took care of the put them into the finals to- rest on a reverse play and morrow (Friday) night when made the score 21-0 in favor they play the Wyoming Val- of Nazareth in the second ley West Spartans (8-3), a quarter. Two more Nazareth team that beat Emmaus 6-0 TD’s came in the third quaron Friday in the semi-finals. ter, one on a 10-yard run by If Nazareth wins that game it Shabbar Bokhari and anothwould mean that the seniors er as Simmons used his runwill have earned their third ning ability to go 58 yards. With the mercy rule introphy in two years. Nazareth scored its first voked, second-line players touchdown on Friday when went the rest of the way and quarterback Parish Simmons East Stroudsburg scored threw a 30-yard pass to An- their only two touchdowns thony Gaetaniello down the in the 4th quarter. Simsideline. The second one was mons had completed 11 of on a 15-yard screen to T. J. 17 passes for 143 yards and Bray after Zach threw an op- Gaetaniello had 108 yards as ponent for a 22-yard loss on a receiver. a fake punt. Nazareth used Definition a fake punt of its own in the Experience: Knowing a lot second quarter and Alex Tommies went up the middle of things you shouldn’t.

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of the Northampton County Federation of Sportmen’s Clubs, another side of that story was told by Tracy Carlucci, representing the Delware River Keeper (DRK). She was invited by Federation president Mike Topping. DRK has some concerns, she told the sportsmen as they met at Easton Fish & Game. By the numbers, here are a few: (1) Regulations are not good enough for the heavy duty industrial process. There are toxic chemicals involved in the fracking. A percentage of the chemicals that come up are not controlled enough by regulations, either

Christ UCC sweeps to gain Share of third in dartball

It was a good night for Bath teams on Monday in the Suburban Inter-Church Dart Baseball League, and even better for Christ UCC as they swept Trinity Lutheran at Bangor, 3-1, 9-3, and 5-3. Leading Bath were Garry Hunsicker, 6 for 13; Ron Wagner, 6 for 14; Dan DalCin, 6 for 15; Mark Fujita, 5 for 12, and Jarod Pokorny with a home run. Trinity: Judy Hoffert, 7 for 12, and Jeff Hoffert, 5 for 14. Bath Lutheran won 4-0 and 7-4 before losing 8-3 at Messiah Lutheran in Bethlehem. All getting four hits each were Matt Creyer, Todd Flyte, Doug Moser, Wendy Yacone, Doc Cavallo, and Angelo Cavallo. Messiah: Norm Schoenberger, 5 for 11; Jim Segesdy and Dave Casey, both 5 for 12; Mike Daly, Sr., 5 for 13; and Mike Daly, Jr., a homer. St. Paul’s UCC of Northampton lengthened its lead by winning 11-7 and 3-2, sandwiched around an 8-7 loss at Salem UCC in Moorestown. St. Paul’s: Rich Kern, 7 for 14; Dave Stubits, 5 for 12; Brian Gross, 5 for 13. Salem UCC: Bill Rinker, 7 for 14 with a homer; Jack Troxell and Bruce Roth, both 5 for 14; Chris Remaley, a homer. Dryland-Trinity of Hecktown won 4-3 and 6-3 before losing 7-6 in 11 innings at Ebenezer Bible Fellowship in Bethlehem. Hecktown: Larry Golick, 7 for 14 with two homers; Jim Goldman, 5 for 9; Al Gilbert, 5 for 11. Ebenezer: Carol Voortman, 6 for 13; Leroy Wilcox, 4 for 13 with two homers; and Seth Miller, four home runs; and Ross Romero, a home run that won game three. Salem Lutheran, Bethlehem, also scored a sweep, beating Emmanuel EC in Bethlehem 6-5, 5-4, and 5-3, led by Bill Hoke, Sr., 8 for 14; Bryan Frankenfield, 7 for 14; Kyle Kahler, 6 or 13; and Austin Hoffert, two homers. Emmanuel:

Jorge Rivera, 5 for 15 with two homers; Joey Hoffert, 4 for 8; Jon Rice, 4 for 13 with a home run; Jeff Fritz, 4 for 13; and Jim Hill and Jovi Rivera, solo homers. St. Stephen’s Lutheran, Bethlehem, lost 10-7 at Farmersville, then rallied t win 10-1 and 3-0, with Travis Beahm hitting 7 for 14; Josh Buczynski, 6 for 13 with a homer; Gary Buczynski, 6 for 15. Farmersville: Gene Grim, 7 for 13, and Keith Campbell, 5 for 13. STANDINGS

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www.HomeNewsPA.com state or federal. (2) Pennsylvania is not doing a good enough job dealing with the violations by the well drillers (12 per day). 1,370 wells have been inspected, but there are hundreds of violations. 91% of the wells that should have been inspected were not. As a result, there is a high rate of methane gas getting into water supplies and the aquafir. Enforcement actions are going down. Some of the largest companies are guilty of violations – Ms. Carlucci claiming that Chesapeake is the worst. (3) Hydraulic fracturing is very dangerous – defects in the shell casing; and well blow-outs. In 80 to 100 years the barrier that is there will break down. Only 1% of the earth’s water is potable and 99% of that is in danger of pollution. Ms. Carlucci, who has studied the problem for four years, answered questions posed at the sportsmen’s meeting. Topping said bedrock is a natural buffer. But she said that even a mile down methane gas escapes. The connection is made when the hole is drilled. Orphan wells for oil drilled years ago can be disturbed. The Federation president asked if the DRK and others could come up with legislation to make the process better, at the same time noting that drilling creates jobs and is a major source of energy. He suggested that best management practice would be the best way to go. Under Act 13, drillers can go anywhere. While it was overturned in one court, an appeal was Continued on page 13

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asked the students to ”Pray for their safety so they can come home to their families.” Cong. Dent said the men and women in the military make tremendous sacrifices, thousands lost their lives in every war that was ever fought, and that families at home had to sacrifice as well. He also remarked that the Coast Guard is an important branch, and its members provided relief to victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.

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He answered many of the students’ questions, one girl telling him that her greatgrandfather was a member of the Flying Tigers during World War II. When a teacher asked about Congress and their relationship to the armed forces, Cong. Dent said that they provide the funds for weapons, armor, planes, health care, and supplies that they need both in war and peacetime. In effect, he said, as a member of the House Appropriations Committee, “Congress provides the resources the military needs.” He told the children about the Secretary of the Army,

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Navy and Defense, who are civilians; the President, who is commander-in-chief; and that there are 435 members in the House. Just re-elected on Tuesday, Cong. Dent said, “Now we have to go about business and work together.” In closing, he asked that the children say “Thank You” whenever they see a veteran, for the service they’ve given to their country. After that program, the younger children went down to the gymnasium for a laser light show that featured American history, and included the song, “I’m Proud To Be An American.” Also part of the day’s activities was a demonstration on how to fold the nation’s flag, led by members of American Legion Post #269 in Palmerton along with sixth grade students. . . .Allentown’s Dieruff High School R.O.T.C. Drill Team also displayed what they do in competition with rifles. The day ended with a lowering of the school flag outside, as the children gathered around it following a parade around the school, all of them holding miniature American flags to wave. As Moore Elementary School Principal Curtis Dimmick remarked about the days’ observance: “We felt we needed to do something to give them {the students] better knowledge and understanding of what Veterans Day is all about.” They succeeded, as the youngsters’ spirit shown brightly.

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Powder Puff Game

By: Chrissy Zopf Northampton Area High School will be hosting the annual Northampton vs. Catasauqua Powder Puff Game on Sunday, Nov. 18th at 6 p.m. at Al Erdosy Stadium. Admission to get into the game is $5 for adults and $3 for students and senior citizens. Proceeds from the game benefit the Northampton H.S. National Honor Society.

Nazareth Rotary Club Citrus Sale

The Nazareth Rotary Club is holding its annual Citrus Sale, taking orders for navel oranges and pink grapefruit shipped directly from Florida. A 2/5 bushel box of either is $20, and a half box is $12. A box of mixed oranges and grapefruit is also available for $20. Orders must be made by Tuesday, November 27. Fruit can be picked up or will be delivered after December 8. Proceeds from the sale benefit Nazareth community organizations, including the Nazareth Y, Memorial Library of Nazareth, Nazareth Food Bank, and Moravian Historical Society. For more information or to order citrus, contact any Nazareth Rotarian, or call (610) 905-6892.

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Recently, Dr. Marcia Falconer, a resident of Canada, presented three binders of tax lists of Lehigh Township for the years, 1761 to 1789, to Lehigh Twsp. Historical Society.. She and her sister, Ardis Grosjean, of Sweden, are members of the society. They researched family history and traveled to Germany to gather information for a book they will be publishing in the near future. Marcia and Ardis are descendants of the Dreisbach family, and if anyone remembers the history of Lehigh Township, the Dreisbachs were the very early settlers in Lehigh Township. Simon Dreisbach and his family settled in the Pennsville area near Cedar Drive. Dr. Falconer researched all of the information at various sites and it is probably the most complete tax listing available for Le-

high Township from 1761 to 1789. In some cases, the tax lists contain much more than tax information. There is information that includes total acreage, cultivated acres, number of horses, cows and sheep, grist mills, oil mills, servants, negroes and trades. These records will be useful to anyone doing genealogy or historical research and will be preserved by the historical society. Interested visitors are welcome to examine these old records. The society is grateful for this contribution of information, which will be on hand with other memorabilia in the historical centre in Pennsville. December 2 and 9 will be Holiday Open House dates for the LT Historical Society at the historical centre in Pennsville. The historical centre will be open from 1 to

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ship inspector check from homes to curbs to prevent any undermining of streets. • The supervisors voted to advertise the proposed 2013 budget. • Treadwell did not disclose his report on findings about the noise that has alarmed Atlas Rd. residents, and said he will give it when Larry Oberly attends the meeting. Residents who were there on Thursday agreed that noise from trucks moving fill at an abandoned quarry site is often heard after 9 p.m. • Ms. Eckhart noted that all terrain vehicles and snowmobiles are not allowed on county parks. After some discussion, the supervisors decided to include that restriction in their ATV draft ordinance, keeping those vehicles 50 ft. away from property lines and 100 ft. from buildings. One resident present said that snowmobiles even cross a local cemetery. • The October report of the Allen Twsp. Fire Co. #1 showed: 211.1 alarm hours and 93 training hours; with 52 alarms that included 1 ambulance assist, 5 auto accidents, 1 with rescue, 3 automatic fire alarms, 2 C.O. detector

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alarms, 4 dwelling fires, 1 odor investigation, 1 rescue, 1 structure fire, 2 traffic controls, 15 trees down, 1 vehicle fire, 6 wires down, 1 wire down in roadway, and 1 wire down from pole. The report listed no amount of fire damage. • A resident questioned a Morning Call report concerning the residents’ turn-

down of a proposed 0.25% tax for open space that claimed “an average $60,000 income among [Allen Twsp.] residents.” Balliet said they gave the paper no such figure. The vote to reject the tax was 848 to 648. Before last Tuesday’s election, a local resident actively opposed the tax issue being on the ballet a second time.

Local Dollars for Local Kids Did you ever wonder what happens at Christmas to less fortunate children in our community? If you would like to contribute toward gifts for kids in our community who would normally go without seeing presents on Christmas morning, please contact Quota of Northampton. We are once again accepting contributions of either new, unwrapped gifts of your own choosing or a financial donation for our club’s “elves” to shop with. Last year we were able to help 45 children in the

Northampton school district have a wonderful holiday through the generous donations of individuals and local businesses. Christmas Store We also operate a Christmas store for young clients of the Northampton Food Bank. Each child was able to pick out a gift for every member of their family at no charge. In addition to gifts for children we are looking for small gifts for adults and siblings. We will arrange for the purchase, wrapping and delivery of gifts for kids in our community.

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Inducted into Honor Society One hundred and three students at Northampton Community College were recently inducted into Phi Theta Kappa on the NCC Monroe Campus. It is an international honor society for students at 2-year and junior colleges. To qualify for membership, inductees must have a 3.5 or higher grade point average, be enrolled in an associate degree program, and perform community service work. Inductees include: From Bath: Douglas Baier, Jennifer Burgess, Kara Diefenderfer, Ivana Fox, Yvette Garces, Kathy Mueller, Allison Smith, Nicole Strohl. From Nazareth: Paulette Brown, Colleen Capuano, Marcus Katynski, Raylene LaBar, Ann Mener, Parker Ryan. From Northampton: Timothy Garancher, Mandy Gero, Artemis Hader, Trevor Hucaluk, Alexander Kokolus, Francine Maiatico, Joseph Smith, Dallas Strohl.

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50 AMERICAN FLAGS were put along the perimeter of the Nazareth Circle for Veterans Day, the idea of Bill Brackill and Elmer Yeakel, who procured them from Wally Keen, Jr. They were installed by Council President Daniel Chiavaroli. Mr. Yeakel served with the U.S. Army Security Agency from 1948 to 1954. – Home News photo

Beeswax Candles, the history, how to make and many uses, will be the topic 10:30 am, Tuesday, Nov. 20 in Kortz Hall of Moravian Hall Square. Cindy Hunt, an expert candle maker, will be the speaker for this historically significant topic. The program is free and open to the public as part of the Senior Pathways series. Registration is required by calling 610.746.1000 or online at www.moravian.com.

of the storm, people in my neighborhood were helping each other with cleanup and support, reminding me how people were after 9/11 tragedy. We bundled up and shared food, played card games, and I won my first Monopoly game! Originally when coming to the Lehigh Valley area I decided to rent with the option to buy. I contacted Prudential Choice Properties (145 S. Main St.) and Anne Andes helped me locate a home in a quaint neighborhood of Nazareth. She was so helpful in understanding my needs: a close location to commute to work, near a major highway, a major airport and hospital. But also since being on my own, I hoped for a friendly community. After the storm I have decided to purchase this house because I witnessed true community hospitality. When you pull together to get through a crisis you really learn who your neighbors are. It is a comfort to know that there are still places to live where people are concerned and care for one another. Earlier last month I attended an art exhibit and met some very interesting people. Dan Thierry from Dominion Mortgage (15 S. Main St.) introduced himself at this Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce event, and gave me his card. At that time I was only entertaining the thought of purchasing my house, but now I contacted Dan and he is researching for my best options. It good to know that he

is an “independent financial advisor” that is giving me impartial advice. I am thankful that I made the connection with him at the chamber function and that I didn’t have to use the Yellow Pages. Now this house will truly be my home! The gas furnace I have was due for a cleaning so I contacted Fogel Fuel Service (108 Easton/Nazareth Rd.) and Nicole was very helpful in suggesting an exact time for scheduling their visit. Nice not to be waiting all day for the serviceman to arrive. Also I was interested in a indoor filtering system. Since moving into the area it seems I have developed some allergy symptoms and Nicole suggested to have one of their consultants come to my home. They could install Continued on page 15

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Church Directory ADVENT MORAVIAN, (610) 868-0477, Bethlehem. Sun - 8:30am W 9:30am SS; 10:45am W ASSUMPTION BVM PARISH, Northampton. 610-262-2559. Sun - 8/10:30am W; Mon, Tue, Thurs & Fri – 8am Mass; Wed– 7pm W; Sat – 4pm W BANGOR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, Bangor. 610-5886929 Sun - 9:30am SS for all ages; 10:40am W BETHANY WESLEYAN, Cherryville. 610-767-1239. Sun – W - 9/10:30am BUSHKILL UNITED METHODIST, Clearfield, Bushkill Twp. Sun – W - 9:15 am, SS – 10:30 am. CARPENTER’S COMMUNITY CHURCH, Nazareth, 484285-0040 Sun - 10am W CHAPMAN QUARRIES UNITED METHODIST, Bath. 610-837-0935 Sun. - 11am W, 10am SS CHRIST U.C.C., S. Chestnut St. Bath. Sun. 9am - SS, 10:15 – W, 2pm – Mission Church CHRIST U.C.C., Schoenersville. Sun. - 10:15am W CHRIST U.C.C. – LITTLE MOORE, Danielsville. Sun - 9am W, 10:15 SS CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Northampton 610-2628500. Sun - 9am W, 10:30am SS & BS. COVENANT UNITED METHODIST, Bath. 610-8377517. HA Sun – 8 & 10:30am W, 9:15am SS, 11/18- 3pm Methodist School of Supernatural Ministry, 11/21Thanksgiving Eve Worship at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. DRYLAND U.C.C., Nazareth. 610-759-4444

Sat – 6pm W Sun – 8/10:15am W, 9am SS EGYPT COMMUNITY CHURCH, Whitehall (Egypt) 610-262-4961 Sun. – 10:30am W - 9am SS EMMANUEL'S LUTH Bath. Sun – 9:30am – W, Wed. 7pm W FAITH REFORMED, Lehigh Twsp. Sun - 10am W GOD'S MISSIONARY CHURCH, Northampton. Sun – 9:30am SS, 10:30am & 7pm Service; 6:30pm. Evening Youth GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN, Northampton Sun – 8/10:45am W 9:30am SS Gospel Chapel Wesleyan Church, Northampton, 610-2628101 (N) Sun. 10 am – SS. 10:30 am Worship GRACE BIBLE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH, Nazareth 610759-7039 Sun. - 9:30am W, 10:30am SS, 6pm W. GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Pen Argyl Sun –8:30 & 10am W, 10am SS HOLY CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, Nazareth. 610-759-3431 Sun – W – 8/10:30am. SS – 9:15am. Wed. - Community Thanksgiving Eve erv. 7 p.m. HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Nazareth Sun – 7am/9am/11am. HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, Northampton 610262-2668 Sun. – 10:30am W Communion 1st Sun. of the Month. 9:15am SS HOLY TRINITY SLOVAK LUTHERAN, Northampton Sun. – W & SS - 9am HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH, Cherryville 610 7677203

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(Ephesians 4:30). I urge you to respond to the Spirit of God now. Don’t put it off for He warns, “My spirit shall not always strive with man” (Genesis 6:3).

Sun– 8:00/10:30am W, 9:15am – SS. MOUNT EATON CHURCH Saylorsburg 570-992-7050 Sat. - 6:30pm W, Sun. 8/10:30am W. 9:30am SS. NAZARETH MORAVIAN CHURCH, Nazareth 610-7593163 W - 8:15/10:45 am W, 9:30am SS 11/18- 7pm Thanksgiving Lovefeast Concert NORTHAMPTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Northampton Sun – 10:45am & 6pm W; 9:30am SS; Wed – 7:30pm W QUEENSHIP OF MARY CHURCH, Northampton 610262-2227 Sun. – 7:30/9:30/11:30am S. Holy day & Vigil – 6:30, 9am; Vigil 7pm SACRED HEART CATHOLIC, Bath. Sat Vigil– 4:30pm/6pm M, Sun - 6:45/8/9:30/11am M; CC during 9:30am M; Mon– Thurs 8am M; Fri – 8:30am M, Morning Prayer Mon-Thurs 7:30am Fri. 8am. SALEM U.C.C. Moorestown 610-759-1652 Sun. SS and Confirmation 9 am. W 8 & 10:15 am. SALEM UNITED METHODIST, Danielsville. Sun – 9:30am W ST. BRIGID’S EPISCOPAL Nazareth 610-746-3910 Sun – SS 9:45am, Eucharist 10am. ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Bath. 610-837-1061 Sun 8am/10:15am W – HC 1st & 3rd Sun. ST. JOHN’S EV. LUTHERN CHURCH, Nazareth 610-7593090. Sun. –9am Sat. 5:30pm ST. JOHN’S U.C.C., Northampton. 610-262-8666 Sun – SS – 9am. W- 8/10:15am Wed. 11/22- Thanksgiving Eve Service 7 pm. ST. JOHN’S U.C.C. Nazareth. 610-759-0893 Sun – W – 8am/10:45am Christian Ed – 9:15am ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, Walnutport. 610-7673107 Sun 8/9:30/11am M, Sat 4:30pm M Daily Mass at 8:30am ST. PAUL’S UCC, Northampton, 610-261-2910. HA Sun. 10:15am W, Communion. 1st Sun. of Month. 9am SS ST. PAUL’S U.C.C., of Indianland, Cherryville. Sun - 9am SS; 10:15am W ST. PETER’S U.C.C., Northampton Sun- 9am SS, 10:15 W VALLEY VIEW BAPTIST, Northampton Sun - 10:45am W WALNUTPORT SEVENTHday ADVENTIST Sat – 9:30am W, - 10:45am SS ZION'S STONE U.C.C., Kreidersville. Sun- 9am SS, 10:15am W ZION WESLEYAN, Pt. Phillips. Sun- 9:00am SS, 10:15 W Zion EL Church, Northampton, 610-262-6636 (N) SS 9 am, W 10:30 am KEY –W- Worship, M – Mass, S – Services, SS – Sunday School, CE – Christian Ed, BS – Bible Study, CC - Child Care, HC – Holy Communion, H/A – Handicapped Accessible, VBS – Vacation Bible School

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News Sermonette The Rev. Glen Rice

Pastor, Zion’s Stone U.C.C. Church

God Can Change You “You who pass judgement do the same things” (Romans 2:1c, NIV.) I remember while studying during a basic psychology class how the things that annoy us the most about others are the very things that annoy us most about ourselves. With much study and self-reflection, sometimes we are able to improve and control ourselves concerning our annoyances of others (and ourselves.) We can make ourselves better but rarely are we able to change others. Oh, many have and continue to try to change others but only God can make a person willing to change. Only God can change a person’s heart. When trying to determine how to change yourself (or others if you must), go to the Bible for the answer. When you’re looking to refrain yourself instead of condemning others go to the Bible. We are challenged most days of our lives with the judging of others. As Christians, we should practice grace and mercy toward all, even when others do wrong. We too are far from perfect; we are all sinners. Judging others is difficult because we truly do not know the motivations of others. Leave the judging to God; the ultimate judge. Through Jesus Christ, God has given all Christians much grace. Please do your best to pass along to others some of what God has blessed you with. Turn the other cheek and give others another chance. Jesus said, “The most important commandment is, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:30-31 NIV)

Nativity Display At Hope Lutheran Church Hundreds of nativities of all makes and sizes will be on display for families to view at the 13th Annual Open House Nativity Display. The event will be held at Hope Lutheran Church (4131 Lehigh Drive, Cherryville,) on Saturday, November 24th from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 25th from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The nativity display has grown in size and popularity each year since the event's creation in 1999. It is a wonderful way to mark the beginning of Advent and spend

time with friends, family, and members of the community. Admission is free for everyone and refreshments will be provided. Children are also encouraged to come and take in the sights and make a nativity craft in the children's center. For more information about this display, please contact Sharyn Kratzer (610) 2611277/sakgram@aol.com or the church office at (610) 7677203. We hope to see you at our display and would like to wish everyone happy holidays!

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Obituaries Charles T. Cerva

Charles T. Cerva, 57, of Walnutport died Monday, Nov. 5, at home. He was the husband of Gail Elaine (Mackus) Cerva. He was the owner/operator of Cerva Bros. Tile Creations of Walnutport for six years. Prior to tiling, he drove trucks for Malone Trucking, R. L. Jefferies Trucking, AL & Bass Trucking in New Jersey for 10 years. Born in Bethlehem, he was a son of the late Joseph and Ruth (Rathjen) Cerva. Surviving is his wife. Services are private at the convenience of the family as arranged by the Schisler Funeral Home, Northampton. Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Assn., LV Chapter, 65 E. Elizabeth Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18018 or American Heart Assn., N.E. Pa. District, 212 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, PA 18015.

Brian J. Frantz

June 17, 1965 – Nov. 1, 2012 Brian J. Frantz, 47, of Bushkill Township died suddenly on Thursday, Nov. 1. He was the husband of Jean (Harsche) Frantz. A 1984 graduate of Nazareth High School, he was a freight handler for Walmart Distribution Center, Tobyhanna. Born June 17, 1965 in Fountain Hill, he was a son of Linda (Falcone) Frantz of Bath and the late Charles S. Frantz, Jr. He was a member of American Legion Post 415, Nazareth. Besides his wife and mother, he is survived by three sons, Joseph Frantz of Nazareth, Joshua Frantz of Bath, and Jesse Frantz of Nazareth; two step-daughters, Tabetha Benintende of Nazareth and Megan Benintende of Bushkill; a sister, Michele Kleyling, of Pen Argyl; two grandchildren; and maternal grandmother, Angie Falcone, of Nazareth. Services were held on Tuesday morning in the Reichel Funeral Home, Nazareth, followed by burial in Holy Family Cemetery, Nazareth.

Mary Ann Handwerk

Sept. 23, 1934 – Nov. 1, 2012 M a r y Ann Handwerk, 78, formerly of Moore Tow n s h i p, Bath, and Lutheran Manor in Bethlehem, died on Thursday, Nov. 1. She was the wife of the late Donald P. Handwerk, who died in 1994. A 1952 graduate of Easton High School, she was employed by Leibensperger Transportation as a school bus driver for several years before retiring. She also worked part-time in the deli department of the former Pantry Pride in Wilson Borough for many years. Born Sept. 23, 1934 in Easton, she was a daughter of the late David F. and Violet S. (Seiple) Dicker. She was a member of Salem U.C.C. Church, Moorestown. Surviving are a son, Kevin Handwerk, of Bellefonte; a daughter, Cindy Ann Brown, of Naugatuk, Conn.; granddaughters; a brother, David Dicker, of Bangor; a sister, Joan Schaible, of Easton; and many nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held on Monday morning in Fairview Cemetery,. Arrangements were by the George G. Bensing Funeral Home, Moorestown. Donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice in memory of Mary.

Louis Panny, Jr.

March 11, 1933 – Nov. 7, 2012 Louis Panny, Jr., 79, of Northampton, died Wednesday, Nov. 7. He was the husband of Agnes (Miksits) Panny. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War, he worked for Piels Brewery and Ciba Pharmaceuticals in New Jersey while living in New Jersey. After moving to Pennsylvania, he and his wife owned and operated Panny’s Market in Northampton and then Plaza Deli in Fogelsville. Born March 11, 1933 in

New York City, he was a son of the late Louis and Theresa (Wechsler) Panny. He was a member of VFW Post #4714 and Catholic War Veterans Post #454 in Northampton, where he was a member of the funeral honor guard. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, Robert; a daughter, Annmarie; four grandchildren; and many cousins. A Memorial Mass was celebrated on Saturday morning in Queenship of Mary Catholic Church, Northampton. Memorial contributions may be made to the church, c/o the Reichel Funeral Home, 326 E. 21st St., Northampton, PA 18067.

Holger R. Peterson

Oct. 9, 1921 – Nov. 5, 2012 Holger R. Peterson, 91, of Bath, formerly of Port Reading, N.J., died Monday, Nov. 5 at home. He was the husband of Anna F. (DiSalvio) Peterson. He worked as a chemical analyst for Shell Oil Co., Sewaren, N.J., for more than 30 years until retiring. He served in the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. Born Oct. 9, 1921 in Port Reading, N.J., he was a son of the late Emma (Drews) and Holger M. Peterson Holger was president of the Mid-County Senior Citizens Center in Bath and a member of the Danish Brotherhood. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons Thomas R. Peterson and Mark A. Peterson; a brother, Fred Peterson; and five grandchildren. Preceding him in death were a brother, Henry, and a sister, Gloria Peterson. Services were held on Friday morning in the Bartholomew Funeral Home, Bath, followed by interment in the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Bath. Donations in memory of Holger may be made to the Mid-County Senior Citizens Center, 234 S. Walnut St., Bath, PA 18014.

Roxanne R. Prutzman-Kistler

Sept. 6, 1962 – Nov. 10, 2012 Roxanne R. PrutzmanKistler, 50, of East Allen Township died on Saturday, Nov. 10. She was the wife of William F. Kistler. A 1980 graduate of Northampton High School, she enjoyed art and had a creative passion for painting. Born Sept. 6, 1962 in Allentown, she was a daughter of

www.HomeNewsPA.com Nancy (Shoemaker) Wharton and her husband, Albert, of Jalisco, Mexico. In addition to her husband and parents, she is survived by three brothers, Ronald Prutzman of Bath, Michael Amey and Shane Amey, both of Bethlehem; father and mother-in-law, George Kistler and wife Georgeanne of Lansdale; sister-in-law, Yvonne Yeager, of East Allen Township; and six nephews. A memorial service in celebration of Roxanne’s life will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. in St. John’s Evan. Lutheran Church, 206 E. Main St., Bath. Friends and relatives are invited to call on Saturday morning from 10 to 11 a.m. in the church. Interment will follow in Green Mount Cemetery, Bath. Arrangements are by the George G. Bensing Funeral Home, Moorestown.

Mary H. Schaefer

Oct. 1, 1924 – Nov. 3, 2012 Mary H. Schaefer, 88, of Stockertown, died Saturday, Nov. 3. She was the wife of the late Harold Schaefer, who died Aug. 31, 1998. She was a waitress at Stockertown Memorial Hall and baked wedding cakes for more than 30 years. She was also a crossing guard in Stockertown. Born Oct. 1, 1924 in Sicily, Italy, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Cecelia (Rubbe) Todora. Mary was a member of Schoeneck Moravian Church, the Red Hat Society, Golden Rule Circle, Sunday school teacher and head diener at her church for 40 years. Surviving are a daughter, Miriam Stoudt, and a son, John Schaefer, all of Bushkill Township; six sisters, Angie Kerbacher of Bath, Jennifer Spinozzi of Nazareth, Jean Dietz of Bath, Rose Gates of Harwood Heights, Ill., Stephanie Heckman of Bath, and Josephine Williams of Nazareth; a brother, Paul Todora, of Wind Gap; four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were a sister, Grace Walters, and five brothers, John, Anthony, Santo, Charles and Samuel Todora. Funeral services were on Friday morning in Schoeneck Moravian Church, followed by burial in God’s Acre Cemetery, Nazareth. Arrangements were by the Reichel Funeral Home, Nazareth. Memorial donations may be made to Schoeneck Moravian Church, 316 N. Broad St. Ext., Nazareth, PA 18064.

Conrad J. Schlough

Dec. 22, 1926 – Nov. 6, 2012 Conrad J. Schlough, 85, of Bangor, died Tu e s d a y , Nov. 6 at home. He was the husband of Irene A. (Nagy) Schlough. A 1945 graduate of Easton High School, he later served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. He was employed at the former Pennsylvania Pump, now Cooper Industries, as an electrician for 48 years before retiring in 1989. Born Dec. 22, 1926 in Wilson Borough, he was a son of the late Jacob and Irene (Schaible) Schlough. He was a member of Portland Lodge #311, Free & Accepted Masons. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Duane Schlough of Bangor and John Schlough of Lehighton; three grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; goddaughter, Roxann Kehm, of Easton; godson, Lewis Chillot, of Roseto; three sisters, Janis Siegfried, Lois Morris, and Zona Gabriel, all of Bangor; and many nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death was a brother, Douglas Schlough, in 1995; a daughter-in-law, Linda (Benn) Schlough in 2009, and a niece, Patricia Chillot, in 2010. Services will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are by the George G. Bensing Funeral Home, Moorestown. Contributions in memory of Conrad may be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Rose A. Stech

Aug. 31, 1925 – Nov. 9, 2012 Rose A. Stech, 87, of Northampton died Friday, Nov. 9. She was the wife of the late Metro Stech, who died July 18, 2002. She worked at the former Cross Country Clothes for 20 years. Born Aug. 31, 1925 in Northampton, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Rose (Marth) Csencsits. She was a member of Queenship of Mary Catholic Church, Northampton. Continued on page 13

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Surviving are a daughter, Martha Jane Gritz, of Coopersburg; two grandchildren; and two brothers, Frank Csencsits and Joseph Csencsits, both of Northampton. Preceding her in death were two brothers, Edward and William Csencsits. A Burial Mass was celebrated on Tuesday morning in Queenship of Mary Church, followed by interment in Our Lady of Hungary Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Reichel Funeral Home, 326 E. 21st St., Northampton, PA 18067, where donations to the Sisters of St. Francis may be sent.

Ju Sung Wang

June 25, 1918 – Nov. 5, 2012 Ju Sung Wang, 94, of Moore To w n s h i p , died Monday, Nov. 5. He was the husband of the late Soun (Wu) Wang, who died in 2007. He served as a statistician for the Taiwanese government for more than 30 years before retiring and eventually emigrating to the United States in 1974. Born in Yu-Chi Nantou, Taiwan on June 25, 1918, he was a son of the late Tian Xi and Pu Niang (Lai) Wang. Surviving are three sons, Tong Wang of Kentucky, Sam Wang of Moore Township, and Bobby Wang of North Carolina; three daughters, Chiou Day Fitch, with whom he resided, Lie Hua Chang of North Carolina, and Mei Lie Rice of Bethlehem; 17 grandchildren and 23 great-

grandchildren; brothers, Rui Xiang Wang and Sing Zhu Wang, both of Taiwan; sisters, Yu Wang and Wu Quin Wang, both of Taiwan; and many nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were two brothers and four sisters. Services were held on Friday in the George G. Bensing Funeral Home, Moorestown.

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made to another court. It was pointed out that if there is pollution, the taxpayers have to pay for it, because the drillers are exempt from the Superfund law. Ms. Carlucci said the current boon is “Very artificial. What about the forests that are being flattened for wells? It is a totally consuming industry.” Marcellus Shale gas is also being exported overseas, she said. William Goodman asked her, “How do you make up for the financial loss if drilling is stopped? 35% of the natural gas in the U.S. comes from shale. The high paying jobs are the managerial jobs by out-ofstate people from Texas and other oil producing state. Lower paying jobs are the truck drivers who haul water for the fracking. They work to put food on the table. A stable economy comes from tourism, hunting and fishing in this state,” Goodman said. Concluding her talk, Ms. Carlucci said, “Degrading our landscape leaves a change to our water and the aquafir. These wells will only produce good for about five years. The companies are about making the fast buck.” The debate goes on, and the sportsmen are trying to understand every aspect of the natural gas rush in this state. They’ve been hearing it at state PFSC conventions as well.

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by Kenneth Grube, 517, and Kathy Grube, 460. Team 5 lost 1 to 3, but had Bob C. Kosman’s 423. Tied for third place are Teams 6 and 7. The latter won 3 to 1 with Charles Kosman’s 415, while Team 6 lost despite Rick Deily, 535; Jim Stevens, 476, and Sherry Longley, 409. Team 8 also won 3 to 1, led by Mike Swope, 582; Gerald Bartholomew, 577; Amanda Leindecker, 465, and Charmaine Bartholomew, 438. Team 2 lost 1 to 3 with Michelle Tirrell, 484, and Art Bruch, 421. Teams 1 and 3 played to a 2 to 2 tie. Team1: Bob Kosman, 550, and Joe Bachman, 502. Team 3: BobbyLou Snyder, 432; Polly Kosman, 431; Randy Kessler, 409.

STANDINGS Team 4 Team 5 Team 6 Team 7 Team 8 Team 2 Team 3 Team 1

531. Hecktown Fire Co. held first place by winning 3 to 1 over Harhart’s, led by Stan Zurowski, 242–667; B. J. Doncsesz, 220-213-200–633; Matt Paulus, 246–600. Harhart’s: “Butch” Holland, Sr., 225–584; George Hyde, 209–576; Travis Oplinger, 573; Bob Sipple, 522. Old Dairy also clipped Taylor Honey, 3 to 1, behind John Schwartz, 227–584. Taylor: “Butch” Williamson, 225–578; Marvin Meixsell, 535; Scott Frieboln, 201–532. WEEK 9 Scherline beat G&L, 3 to 1, with Scherline led by Jeff Kerbacher, 300-254-244–798; Andy Edelman, 247-223–667; Steve Kerbacher, 236-216–625; Harvey Rissmiller, 204–581; Frank Yeakel, 204–552. G&L: Jason Eberts, 300-245–722; Mike Reese, 204–576; Paul Duda, 201–563.

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Two 300’s Scored in Week Nine of the Bath Industrial League There’s some catching up to do with Hurricane Sandy having caused catastrophes in some areas, and loss of power for the editor’s fax machine. Weeks 8 and 9 are noted here for the Bath Industrial League. Highlighting that 9th week were TWO perfect scores of 300 by two bowlers when Scherline & Associates played G&L Sign Factory. Jeff Kerbacher for Scherline had a 798 series that included 300254-244. Jason Eberts for G&L rolled a 722 that included 300 and 245 games! Congratulations to both men! These are the separate weeks of action: WEEK 8 Scherline shut out S L Plastic, 4-0, with Andy Edelman, 268-227-220–715; Harvey Rissmiller, 219-204–608; Frank Yeakel, 234–565; Steve Kerbacher, 521; Dennis Rissmiller, 219–608. S L: Evan Rehrig, 491. G&L Sign Factory beat Arndt Construction, 3 to 1, behind Gary Gower, Jr., 263205–666; Jason Eberts, 222218-202–642; Mike Reese, 215210–596. Arndt: Bob Adams, 246-223-211–680; Don Arndt, 232-209–615; Jason Benner, 212–600; Bob Meixsell, 203–

November 15-21, 2012 13 Old Dairy held on to second place by winning 3 to 1 over first place Hecktown Fire Co., as Scott F rolled 214207–579, and Warren nelson, 213–536. Firemen: Matt Paulus, 240-214–627; B. J. Doncsesz, 218–573; Stan Zurowski, 207–514. Harhart’s won 3 to 1 vs. Taylor Honey, led by George Hyde, 248-215–610; Bob Sipple, 205-204–604; Travis Oplinger, 550; “Butch” Holland, Sr., 202–538. Taylor: Jack Troxell, 246-232–627; Ed Taylor, 205–554; Marvin Meixsell, 542; Scott Frieboln, 506. Arndt Construction tied S L Plastic, 2 to 2. Arndt: Bob Adams, 227-261–631; Marty Beal, 225-203–595; Bob Meixsell, 579; Jason Benner, 258– Continued on page 16

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PUblic notice-Legal ESTATE NOTICE Barbara G. Rice Estate of Barbara G. Rice, late of the Borough of Bath, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased. WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to Laura Lee Staudt, Administratrix of the Estate of Barbara G. Rice. All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands to present the same without delay to Laura Lee Staudt C/o Alfred S. Pierce, Esquire 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 18064 Alfred S. Pierce, Esquire Pierce & Dally, LLC 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, PA 18064 Attorneys for the Estate I.D. No. 21445 (11/15-11/29) ESTATE NOTICE Anna Lukman Estate of Anna Lukman a/k/a Anna D. Lukman a/k/a Ann D. Lukman, late of the Borough of Northampton, County of Northampton, PA. Letters Testamentary have been granted to the undersigned, who requests all persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payments without delay to: David J. Lukman, c/o his attorney, FRANK M. SKRAPITS, ESQ, Affiliated with Steckel and Stopp, 2152 Main Street, Northampton, PA 18067-1211 . (11/15-11/29) BATH BOROUGH AUTHORITY NOVEMBER MEETING CHANGE The November Bath Borough Authority Board Meeting will be held on Wednesday November 14, 2012 at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at Bath Borough Hall, 215 East Main Street Bath. Please call the Authority Office at, 610837-0652 with questions. George Gasper, Chairman (11/8-11/15) Upper Nazareth Township Budget Workshop Notice Upper Nazareth Township will be holding budget workshops on Monday, November 12, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. and Wednesday, November 14, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. (if needed) at the Upper Nazareth Township Municipal Building, 100 Newport Ave, Nazareth, PA 18064. (11/15)

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PUBLIC NOTICE ALLEN TOWNSHIP Public notice is hereby given that the 2013 proposed budget for Allen Township, Northampton County, is available for public inspection during the hours of 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, at the Allen Township Municipal Building, 4714 Indian Trail Road, Northampton, PA 18067. Preliminary approval of the 2013 proposed budget was held at a meeting of the Board of Supervisors on November 8, 2012. Ilene Marie Eckhart Manager ALLEN TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS (11/15) PUBLIC NOTICE OF ORDINANCE The Council of the Borough of Northampton will be considering the approval of the following Ordinance at a Regular Public Meeting to be held on Thursday, November 15, 2012. BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ORDINANCE NO. 1185 AN ORDINANCE ORDAINING AND OPENING WASHINGTON AVENUE IN THE BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON. Section 1: That Washington Avenue, located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Northampton (“Borough”) and between East Tenth Street and Lerchenmiller Drive be hereby ordained and opened as a public street according to the legal descriptions as follows: 1. Lands described in the Deed of Dedication, recorded on August 19, 1997, as described in Volume 1997-1, page 088286, a copy of the said description is attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, and is included by reference as if more fully set forth herein; 2. Lands described in the Deed of Dedication, recorded on August 11, 1997, as described in Volume 1997-1, page 085575, a copy of the said description is attached hereto as Exhibit “B”, and is included by reference as if more fully set forth herein; 3. Lands described in the Deed of Dedication, recorded on August 19, 1997, as described in Volume 1997-1, page 088291, a copy of the said description is attached hereto as Exhibit “C”, and is included by reference as if more fully set forth herein; and Lands described in the Notice of Filing of Declaration of Taking, recorded on September 4, 1996, as described in Volume 1996-1, page 92572, a copy of said description is attached hereto as Exhibit “D”, and is included by reference as if more fully set forth herein. Further, aid Lands were condemned under Northampton County Court of Common Pleas, Civil Division, Docket # 1996-CM-7545, Order entered on December 19, 1996, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit “E”, and is included by reference as if more fully set forth herein. Section 2: Together with all Grantor’s right, title and interest in and to the Stormwater management facilities constructed in the said portion of Washington Avenue. Section 3: The Borough Manager is hereby authorized to enter these streets on the official Borough Map. ORDAINED AND ENEACTED this ____ day of __________. 2012, at Regular Public Meeting. BOROUGH COUNCIL BUROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON _____________________ John Yurish, President Attest: _____________________ Gene Zarayko, ManagerSecretary AND NOW, this ____ day of __________. 2012, the above Ordinance is hereby APPROVED. _____________________ Thomas D. Reenock, Mayor

www.HomeNewsPA.com A copy of this Ordinance is on file at the office of the Borough Manager, 1401 Laubach Avenue, Northampton, Pennsylvania, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Gene Zarayko Borough Manager (11/15) BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON PUBLIC NOTICE The 2013 Budget of the Borough of Northampton will be placed on file on Thursday, November 15, 2012. Any person interested in reviewing the Annual Budget may do so at the Northampton Municipal Building, 1401 Laubach Avenue, Northampton, Pennsylvania, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. The Budget will remain on file until final adoption by Borough Council Gene Zarayko Borough Manager (11/15) BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON EXECUTIVE MEETING Notice is hereby given that Northampton Borough Council will meet in an executive session on Thursday, November 15, 2012, at 7:00 P.M. in Council Chambers. The purpose of this executive session is to discuss personnel matters. Gene Zarayko Borough Manager (11/15) ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS Hesch Sevice Station, Inc. 3028 South Front Street Whitehall, PA 18052 Accepting sealed bids on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 For the following vehicle(s): 2005 VW; VIN: WVWAD63B95P012039 2001 VW; VIN: WVWHC63B11E006355 (11/15) ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids for WWTP ADMINISTRATION BUILDING & FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS project will be received by the: Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority 872 Tatamy Rd. Nazareth, PA 18064-2562 until, 12:00pm, prevailing time, Wednesday, December 12, 2012; at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The project includes the construction of a new administration building, renovations to the existing administration building and minor facility improvements at the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant. Sets of the Drawings, Specifications and Contract Documents may be obtained at the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority office upon payment of a non-refundable fifty dollars ($50.00) for each set of documents. Checks shall be made payable to the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority. A Certified Check or Bid Bond drawn to the order of the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority in the amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the amount of the bid must be submitted with the propels as bid security. All Proposals shall be submitted in accordance with the INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS, Paragraph 14 – BID SUBMISSION. Each bidder must accompany his Bid with a signed certificate from his surety company indicating that such surety company will provide the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, with a proper Performance Bond and Labor and Material Bond covering up to the full amount of the contract price as security for the faithful performance of all work under the Contract and payment of all charges in connection therewith. A Maintenance bond is also required in an amount equal to ten

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www.HomeNewsPA.com PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Borough of Bath will meet in the Borough of Bath Municipal Building located at 215 East Main Street, Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, on Monday, December 5, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of conducting its public meeting and the possible enactment of the following proposed Ordinance AN ORDINANCE SPECIFYING A HANDICAPPED PARKING ZONE AT 130 OLD FORGE DRIVE AND REMOVING A HANDICAPPED PARKING ZONE AT 127 SOUTH CHESTNUT STREET IN THE BOROUGH OF BATH. WHEREAS, the Borough Council of the Borough of Bath has determined that it is appropriate to create certain handicapped parking zones for individuals with physical infirmities unable to park in other locations, and to provide for the greater convenience of such individuals; and WHEREAS, one such parking space is required at 130 Old Forge Drive in the Borough of Bath; and WHEREAS, one such parking space was previously required at 127 South Chestnut Street in the Borough of Bath pursuant WHEREAS, one such parking space was previously required at 127 South to Borough of Bath Ordinance #2009-609, duly adopted January Street in the Borough of Bath pursuant to Borough of Bath Ordinance #20095, Chestnut 2009; and January 5, 2009; and 609, duly adopted WHEREAS, no individual currently residing at 127 South WHEREAS, individual currently residing at 127 South Chestnutzone. Street Chestnut Streetnorequires a handicapped parking requires a handicapped parking zone. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED by the Borough by the Borough Council ofAND theITBorough of Bath as follows: Council of the Borough of Bath as follows: Handicapped Parking. No person shall park a vehicle, or allow theHandicapped same to remain parked, inaany oforthe locations Parking. No person shall park vehicle, allowfollowing the same to remain parked, in any person of the following locations unless such person is handicapped, anda is vehicle unless such is handicapped, and is operating operating vehicle which bears handicapped parking plates: which abears handicapped parking plates: Highway

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The provision for a handicapped zone 127 South The provision for a handicapped parking zone at 127 parking South Chestnut Streetat as specified ChestnutinStreet as specified in Borough Bath Ordinance Borough of Bath Ordinance #2009-609 is hereby of repealed. Penalty is for hereby Violation. repealed. #2009-609 Any person who shall violate this Ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be Penalty for Violation. sentenced to pay the penalties prescribed in the Colonial Regional Police Any person who shall violate this by Ordinance shall, toupon conDepartment Uniform Traffic Regulations, adopted the Borough pursuant Ordinance 1999-529. be sentenced to pay the penalties prescribed viction thereof, Thomas R. Petrucci, Borough ManagerDepartment Uniform Traffic in the Colonial Regional Police (11/15) Regulations, adopted by the Borough pursuant to Ordinance 1999-529. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Thomas R. Petrucci, Borough Manager NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids for WWTP ADMINISTRATION (11/15) BUILDING & FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS project will be received by the: Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority 872 Tatamy Rd.

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country which produces the most regular strong land or shore wind is on the shore of Lake Erie, between Buffalo and Cleveland. There they occur almost every night and morning.

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a HEPA Filtration System (High Efficiency Particulate Air) that will help reduce allergy symptoms. HEPA filters are used in the local hospitals, if it’s good enough for them it works for me! By the way, I had a date last weekend with the cute gentleman I met at a Nazareth function! He is such a nice guy and always thinks of local places to introduce me to. We went to Beck’s Land & Sea House (997 Bushkill Center Rd.) What

Bing Cherry Cobbler with vanilla ice cream and roasted pistachios. The restaurant was announcing a Wine Seminar scheduled for December 5th that includes a 4-course dinner! We are both interested in attending with some friends. I hope by the time you read this that you are all back with power in your community! So many people in New York and New Jersey are still suffering. Until next month (Christmas!), “Nosey”

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But the land or shore at which(10%) time and place bidsContract will be publicly opened and read aloud. percent of all the The project includes the construction of a new administration building, breeze is usually not as proPrice, including Change Orrenovations to the existing administration building and minor facility improvements at nounced as the sea breeze, ders. Refer Borough to INSTRUCTIONS the Nazareth Municipal Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant. and doesn’t form unless the TO BIDDERS, Paragraph 10 – Sets of the Drawings, Specifications and Contract Documents may be obtained at earth cools considerably BONDS. the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority office upon payment of a non-refundable fifty The Nazareth Borough Muduring the night. nicipal Authority hereby reSea breezes form on alserves the right, which is unmost all sunny days. The derstood and agreed to by all sun heats the land faster bidders, to reject any or all bids and as the warm air above submitted; and also reserves the land rises this pulls the right to waive any informalin the cooler air from the ity in bids received, but any water, which hasn’t been contract awarded will be to the heated as fast as that over lowest responsible bidder. the land. Sailboats, then, NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYEMENT do best on clear days with Bidders on this work will be plenty of sun; the coming required to comply with the clouds are a poor omen for Pennsylvania Human Relations sailboats. The area of the Act No. 222. The requirements for Bidders and Contractors under these enactments are explained in the Specifications. A mandatory pre-bid meeting is scheduled for all prospective Bidders on Tuesday, December 4, at 9:00 am, at the Nazareth Borough Municipal Authority’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, 872 Tatamy Road, Naza(or call with any interesting items) reth, PA 18064. Attendance at the pre-bid Meeting is required and will pre-qualify Bidders. Historical Items & Documents (Local or National) Only Bids from pre-qualified Bidders will be considered for * Old Postcards, Any Old Advertising Items & Signs Contract Award. (Gas & Oil, Beer, Soda, Ice Cream, etc.) * Old Cast Iron Except as otherwise provided by law, no Bidder may & Tin Toys * Old Cookie Jars * Old Picture Frames * withdraw his bid within sixty Advertising Clocks with Names or Logos * Old Mantel (60) consecutive calendar days after the actual date of opening Clocks, etc. * Fiesta Ware * Hall’s China (Especially thereof or one hundred twenty Autumn Leaf Pattern) * Old Art, Better Oil Paintings (120) consecutive calendar days if the award is delayed by * Old Oil Lamps * Anything Railroad Related, Medals a required approval of another & Tokens (Trolley, Railroad, Military, Police, Fire, governmental agency, the sale of bonds or the award of a grant Masonic, etc.) * Local Items (Hess’s, Mack, A-Treat, or grants. Bethlehem Steel, Local Store Items) * Old Bottles Tommy Itterly Chairman of the Board (Especially Green, Blue, etc.) * Unused Ammunition & Nazareth Borough Municipal Guns * Autographed & Signed Items * Pocket Watches Authority (11/15) & Other Jewelry * Coins * Old Mesh Purses * Old

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bedroom, police said, and all the materials were present for the manufacturing of the controlled substance.

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Woman Stabbed in Nazareth

Five charged with meth Operation at Old Forge

After a three-month investigation, Colonial Regional Police and the Pa. State Police Methamphetamine Lab Team raided a home at 127 Old Forge Dr. in Bath on Tuesday morning, Nov. 6. Five persons have been charged with criminal conspiracy to operate a meth lab, possession of chemical used to make meth, manufacturing meth and causing or risking a catastrophe. They include: Francesco Ditaranto III, 24; Alan Woodson, 36; Melissa Bailey, 36; Lynn Klinghorn, all of that address; and Thomas Mauro, 33, of Philadelphia. Four of them were arraigned before District Judge Douglas Schlegel and committed to Northampton County Prison in lieu of 10%

TOWN HOUSE at 127 Old Forge Drive, Bath, was raided last Tuesday morning by law enforcement authorities following a three-month investigation of drug activities. – Home News photo of $50,000 bail each. An arrest warrant was out for Ms. Klinghorn. The alleged meth lab was found in the second floor

Nazareth police are looking for a man who stabbed a woman in the abdomen. The woman was beaten, robbed and stabbed several times according to police, just before 9 p.m. Friday November 9. The incident took place outside the woman’s home on South Main and West Evergreen Streets in Nazareth. Police are looking for the suspect, described to be a white male, 18-20 years of age, wearing a dark colored hooded jacket. Anyone with information is asked to call 610-759-9575 or 610-759-2200.

Nazareth Citizens to Support Full Time Police Force

contemplate the fate of the Nazareth Police Department, residents are asking for more police coverage. One option that officials are currently considering is a merger with another local department to help lower costs of operating a police department. But residents are hoping that doesn’t happen. Residents are using Social Media and going door to door to organize their neighbors to attend the next meeting of the Nazareth Police Committee scheduled for this coming Monday Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. The goal of the group of residents is to show support for maintaining the current police force and increasing coverage with the hiring of a full time police officer. This organizing of citizens is coming on the heels of a stabbing in the borough last Friday.

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Edelman, 256–719 and 715; Rich Mutarelli, 255–713; Brent Bartholomew, 269–702; “Butch” Holland, Sr., 222– 612; Ryan Flick, 280–685; Anton Boronski, 221–622; Andre Martin, 233– 616; Mark Moyer, 216–610; Les Dutt, 212–600; Marc Austin, 236–628; Marty Beal, 222–622; John Kerbacher, 247– 611; Gerald Bartholomew, 237–605; Al Davidson, 232–679; Bob Daku, 247– 639; Scott Weinberg, 227–633; Frank Yeakel, 235–600; Steve Kerbacher, 241–645; Rich Trucksess, 226–641; Ron Ardl, 224–630; Terry Bartholomew, 264–675.

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Kerbacher, 300–798; Ryan Flick, 256– 702; Brent Bartholomew, 267–719; “Butch” Holland, Sr., 243–606; Ryan Flick, 234–607; Tery Bartholomew, 247–644; Scott Weinberg, 236–642; Matt Paulus, 240–627; Andy Edelman, 247–667; Steve Kerbacher, 236–625; Bob Adams, 227–631; Evan Rehrig, 258–648; Jack Troxell, 246–627; George Hyde, 248–610; Bob Sipple, 205–604; Dave Shaver, 237¬–617; John Kline, 246–617; Richard Giering, 258–603; Joe Cortright, 247–654; Anton Boronski, 2676–659.

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Pickup is Dec. 20th from 3-7 at the Fire Hall

Klecknersville Rangers Vol. Fire Co.

Rt. 946 2718 Mountain View Dr., Moore Twsp.

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