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OCTOBER 3-9, 2013 Your Local News

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19 locations for Northampton Cty. farm open house Oct. 12/13

Group gets together To paint boro garage

On a picturesque autumn day in the Borough of Bath, fifteen volunteers gathered together at the Public Works garage from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to apply a fresh coat of paint to the building. The September 24th project was organized by the Borough Council, members of the Bath Business & Community Partnership (BBCP) and funded by a grant provided by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, Behr and The Home Depot through Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Fresh Paint Days Pennsylvania Program. The Borough was one of only eight organizations across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that received funding for this program. The Fresh Paint Days Penn-

sylvania Program is designed to provide community groups with paint and painting supplies enabling them to renew a community structure in need into something beautiful through the application of fresh paint and a lot of elbow grease. The elbow grease was supplied by the following volunteers: Council President Robert Fields; Councilwoman Jennifer George; Councilman John Kearns; Borough Manager Tom Petrucci; BBCP Chair Mary Kositz; Public Works employees John Beltz, Lucas Douvier, and Lucio “Lou” Nigrelli; Tracy BergerCarmen; Richie Carmen; Judy and Barry Fenstermaker; Tony Kovalovsky; Fiorella Mirabito; and Viola Wesner.

ing tours will showcase their fields, high tunnels, cider house, and use of gutters to grow crops. Product samples will also be available. From Route 512, take Route 611 N toward Portland. Take the last exit before crossing the bridge to New Jersey. At stop sign, make a right turn over train tracks onto River Road. Follow for 10 miles. The farm will be on your right. The river will be on your left.

Saturday, October 12th & Sunday, October 13th 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Spend an afternoon visiting local farms, talking with farmers and learning how your food is produced on our farms. The Open Gate Farm Tour, presented by Penn State Extension-Northampton County is Saturday and Sunday October 12th and 13th from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. There is no charge to go to any of these sites. Bring your family, dress casually and enjoy the day! Look for the number on the sign that coincides with the number listed below. For more information visit Northampton or call (610) 746-1970. 1. AMORE FARMS, 7054 Beth Bath Pike, Bath, PA 18014 - There will be home grown fruits and vegetables, greenhouse plants, hardy mums, pumpkins, hayrides wine tours and tastings. Learn historical and farm facts in the puzzle woods maze, solve brain teasers in the corn maze, enjoy pumpkin picking, and wine making demonstrations. The farm is two miles north of Route 22 on Route 512.

3. BURNSIDE PLANTATION, 1461 Schoenersville Road, Bethlehem, PA 18018 - This restored historic farm was established in 1748 by James and Mary Burnside, both Moravians. Enjoy Showing Off!, A special exhibit just for Open Gate visitors. Do you have fancy towels that are used only for special occasions? So did people living 200 years ago! Women personalized household linens showing off their needlework skills honed by stitching samplers. The fanciest of all household linens in the colonial house, a show towel, was hung as decoration on doors and walls of the home to signify cleanliness. See some of these fancy linens on display at the James Burnside House. Additionally, visitors can enjoy guided tours of the barn, colonial cooking and cider press demonstrations, pumpkin decorating, colonial games and a stitching activity just for kids. From Route 22, take Route 378 south to 8th Avenue north. At the stop light at 8th Avenue and Eaton Avenue, turn right. Pro-

2. BAARDA FARM, 1566 River Road, Mt. Bethel, PA 18343 - Baarda Farm is a 20acre fruit and vegetable farm that makes, presses and sells apple cider and vinegar. Never wasting anything, they sell brown eggs with over 200 chickens that are corn fed and given greens from veggies that stop producing. Walk-

ceed through the next stop light (Schoenersville Road); Burnside is at the bottom of the hill. Look for the blue sign marking the driveway. 4. BUZAS GREENHOUSE, 2937 Newburg Road, Easton, PA 18045 - In the greenhouse they raise bedding plants, vegetable plants, perennials, holiday plants, and some vegetables. On the farm they raise vegetables, hay, wheat and field corn. They will have a small corn maze with a hay wagon ride to and from. There is a minimal charge. Take Route 33 to Hecktown Road exit. Turn right off exit ramp on Hecktown Road. Turn right at stop light onto Country Club Road. Buzas is at the corner of Country Club and Newburg Roads. 5. CLEAR SPRING FARM, 206 Garr Road, Easton, PA 18040 - Clear Spring Farm is a 23-acre vegetable and pumpkin farm. They have been running a CSA (community supported agriculture) for nine years. They will offer walking tours of the farm to the pumpkin patch. They have three high tunnel greenhouses for season extension of their products. You will be able to check out the high tunnels where they will be starting their strawberries for early picking. They also have a farmstand on site. From Route 33 N, take the PA-191 exit toward Stockertown. Turn right onto Main Street and conContinued on page 13

Community Day This Saturday! By: Alice Wanamaker The Home News

Owners Steve and Christina Lambrinos at the Town & Country restaurant ribbon cutting. (Another picture on Page 7.)

The 8th annual Bath community day hosted by the Bath Business & Community Partnership is coming this Saturday, October 5th from 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. at Keystone Park in Bath. This year, the event has been expanded to include a car show featuring the Lehigh Valley Thunderbird Club which will be held from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. featur-

ing over one hundred cars. Throughout the day there will be entertainment in the park, including music at the park gazebo, K9 police dog demonstration courtesy of Colonial Regional Police Dept at 1:00 p.m. facepainting, bounce house, and balloon twisting. Local fare from area churches and fire companies as well as baked good, peach cobbler, rootbeer floats and

soft pretzels will be available for purchase. Local Crafters and vendors will also be on hand offering once a year deals to visitors.

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Gab Over the Fence by Pete G. Ossip Temperatures have really been great the past few weeks of September and are holding about the same as we get into October. That’s the good news. The bad is what happens next – all the leaves are turning colors and falling down on the ground for folks to rake and rake some more. Guess we can’t fight it though. It’s a part of Nature. . . .There was an accident down at Main & Walnut Sts. on Monday. Didn’t hear who it was, but the fire truck was out and Junior Connolly was directing traffic around the scene. . . . This Saturday is Bath Community Day, so there’s gonna be lots of traffic down along

Race St. Most of the parking will be over by the Legion and ball field. Hopefully, everybody will have a good time. The weather’s supposed to be great, so look for a big crowd at Keystone Park along Green Street. . . . NFL football is really going strong now with some teams already 4 and 0. But that’s not the Eagles. They got blown away big time out in Denver on Sunday. Even so, they’ll be playing the Giants this weekend, and they’ve struggled, too. It should be interesting. . . . Lots of people are having colds these days. It’s a reminder to get our flu shots. Some folks from St. Luke’s Health Network will be giving

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‘em at Marcia Hahn’s senior expo this Friday at the Bushkill Township Fire Company and they’re available down at Bath Drug, too. Those are two places I know of. Put it on your schedule, especially if you’re up in age. . . . Next weekend, on the 12th and 13th of October, the yearly open house farm tour will be held all around Northampton County. There’s always plenty to see. Hats off to the farmers who are still carrying on and doing a good job. Pennsylvania still has lots of agriculture. It’s an important industry that has to keep going. . . . October is usually the cut-off date on blacktopping, but South Chestnut Street’s sidewalks will be concrete. I wonder when that project’s gonna get started? Maybe we’ll hear at Bath Council meeting next week. . . . I see the Lutherans are gonna have an apple dumpling sale. I love ‘em with a little milk. Call in our order, Elmira. It’s a great dessert we can enjoy while watching our favorite game show on TV. . . . Enjoy the fall weather, but take it easy when you’re raking leaves. See ya!

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waiting patiently for ten days, the caterpillars morphed into chrysalises. After another ten days, beautiful butterflies emerged, and the second graders had an amazing time releasing them outside.

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er cancer, besides lung cancer. The Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition estimates 32 women each day are diagnosed with breast cancer in the state. More than 2,000 will die from the disease. But early screening, an annual breast exam by a doctor and annual mammograms for women over 40 have been shown to increase the odds for survival. • If you are age 40 to 49, talk with your doctor about when to start getting mammograms and how often you need to schedule a screening. • If you are age 50 and older, get a mammogram every two years. Talk with your doctor to decide if you need a screening more often. These are general guidelines. It is important to talk to a doctor about your risk for breast cancer, especially if breast or ovarian cancer runs in your family. According to, a woman’s risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother, sister or daughter) who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Consulting with a doctor is the best way to decide when and how often to get a mammogram.

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History of Luthier Naomi Rivera, our wonderful music teacher, invited a guest speaker to her classes. Joe Mullen, local luthier (lute maker) demonstrated to the students how to play a lute,


Monarch Butterflies Third graders at Sacred Heart School in Bath raised monarch butterflies. Students watched their caterpillars grow and made daily graphs, noting their growth. After HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Woman’s Club makes Blue Bears for kids in crisis

The next club meeting will be on Tuesday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Nazareth. Josh Berk, director of the Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity, will present “Great Reads and Storytelling”. Hostesses for the meeting are Joan Condomitti, chair-

man, Donna D’Angelo, Gerry DeMilio, Martha Galloway, Linda Kalapick, Jo Ann Kelly and Marie Morman. The GFWC PA Nazareth Woman’s Club is a community service organization for women age 18 years and older. To attend a meeting call Joan at (610) 438-4794 or Joanne at (610) 759-0801.

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The GFWC PA Nazareth Woman’s Club is participating in a statewide program called the Blue Bears Brigade Project to provide comfort to children in crisis situations. The club recently donated 34 of the 12-inch bears to the Nazareth Ambulance Corps. Previous donations brought the total number of bears to over 60. The members are continuing to make more bears for future donations. The bears are made of light

blue flannel cut from a pattern. Before sewing together, the ears are embroidered in pink floss and the eyes, nose and mouth are done in black floss. After sewing, the bears are stuffed with fiberfill. The finishing touch is a ribbon tied in a bow around the neck and stitched in place. Club members have donated the supplies for the project and made the bears at workshops or on their own. Project chairman is Marian Smith.


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Did you know that some folks say you should wrap bacon around your neck when you have a sore throat? You can rub bear fat on your knees for arthritis or maybe you might eat carrots to improve your eye sight. I even remember hearing that sugar and whiskey would stop a cough in its tracks. Don’t know if these “Old Wives Tales’ work but I do know that if you want a healthy business, your health is a top priority. So, forget the bacon, the bear fat, the whiskey and the sugar and let’s look at what really works. First of all, eat as many carrots as you like, even if they don’t improve your eyesight. I read recently that we should start our day with the juice of 1/2 of a lemon in room temperature water 30 minutes before you eat anything. The lemon juice... 1. Improves your digestion - it stimulates bile production which aids in preventing heartburn and indigestion 2. Boosts your energy level for the day- it has a detoxifying affect on your body 3. Helps you to lose fat - it aids in removal of toxins which will increase your energy According to Mike Geary, Certified Norton Specialist.... “The health promoting benefits of lemons are powerful. For centuries, it has been known that lemons contain powerful antibacterial, antiviral and immune boosting components. We know that lemons are a great digestive aid and liver cleanser. Lemons contain citric acid, mag-

nesium, bioflavonoids, vitamin C, pectin, calcium and limonene, which supercharge our immunity so that the body can fight infection”. The winter months are just around the corner, you may want to try some mellow yellow just to keep your immune system in check. So fill your frig with lots of lemons, forget the “Old Wives Tales” and intentionally get yourself healthy, build that immune system and conscientiously decide to get healthy before all those nasty bugs start invading our bodies. This could work for you employees too, Grow UR Biz with a healthy you and a healthy staff. Carol serves as a featured writer for the Home News and the Lehigh Valley Chamber Blog.Carol is an accomplished professional speaker, coach and educational consultant specializing in innovative leadership, outrageous fundraising, million dollar marketing, and building organizational alliances throughout the country. 610-442-4545 Like Carol on Facebook at Caroltalks and CarolCoaches!

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Important Reforms for Pennsylvania

By State Representative Joe Emrick 137th Legislative District

My goal, during the years I taught in the classroom, was to provide my students with the best possible education. On a larger scale, those objectives remain the same in my role as a state representative, and are embodied in my bill which passed the House on Wednesday, Sept. 25. House Bill 618 would bring about long-overdue reform to Pennsylvania’s charter and cyber charter schools, and is now in the hands of the state Senate. It is a necessary piece of legislation that reinforces and, in some cases, inserts accountability, ethics, integrity and performance measures into a system hit hard by recent scandal and subsequent federal indictments. House Bill 618 would create a Charter School Funding Advisory Commission to address inequities in the formula that determines funding for charter and cyber charter schools and make appropriate recommendations to the General Assembly and the governor by March 30, 2014. The commission, which is comprised of parents, teachers, administrators and legislators, would meet with stakeholders and Continued on page 10


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Northampton on losing end In high school football over the past weekend, Northampton’s Konkrete Kids were upended by Allentown Central Catholic, 42-7, on Saturday. Central Catholic (2-3 and 1-3) scored at ease over Northampton, 14, 21 and 7, and the locals didn’t hit any pay dirt until the final quarter when Julian Tabb took the

ball in from the one-yard line and Ian Miller kicked the extra point. The Allentown team had been winless in Conference play until they met the Konkrete Kids, scoring on their first two possessions. Northampton had 138 yards on the ground to Central’s 154, and 45 to 157 yards in the air. The black and orange remain winless at 0-5 and 0-4.

Wins over Bath team put Salem Luth. first in darts Christ UCC of Bath dropped a pair of games at Salem Lutheran in Bethlehem on Monday, and Salem now holds a slight edge in first in the Suburban Inter-Church Dart Baseball League. They also won two last week. In this week’s action, Salem won 3-1 and 6-5, before Bath won 6-3. Tops for Salem were Bryan Frankenfield and Walt Hoffert, Jr., both 6 for 13, and Austin Hoffert, 5 for 10. Bath: Joe Hunsicker, 5 for 12; Garry Hunsicker, 4 for 13; and Dan DalCin, 4 for 14. Last week, Salem won 8-1, lost 2-1, and won 5-3 at Emmanuel EC, Bethlehem as Scott Hoffert hit 8 for 15; Bryan Frankenfield and Walt Hoffert, Jr., both 7 for 15. Emmanuel had only Jeff Fritz, 4 for 13. Bath Lutheran won 7-6, lost 5-3, and won 4-2 over visiting Dryland-Trinity of Hecktown. Hitting for Bath were Bob Meixsell, 6 for 14; Wendy Yacone, 5 for 14; Candi Miller, 5 for 7 with a homer, and Todd Flyte, 4 for 8. Hecktown:

Shaun Sigley, 6 for 15; Larry Golick, 6 for 14; Jerry Butz, 4 for 8; Lenny Siegfried, 4 for 9; “Butch” Silfies, a home run. St. Paul’s UCC, Northampton, this week won 9-1 and 6-3, but lost 4-2 at Salem UCC, Moorestown, led by Rich Kern, 8 for 13; Kevin Gross, 6 for 13, and Jason Gross, 5 for 13. Moorestown: Jack Troxell, 5 for 13; Kim Bush and Georgiann Musselman, each with a homer. Last week, Dryland swept St. Paul’s in three, 7-6, 8-0, and 3-2 as Shaun Sigley went 8 for 14; Len Siegfried, 5 for 12; Bernie Yurko, 5 for 14, and Jim Goldman, a homer. Northampton: Rich Kern, 6 for 12, and Andy Mainhart, 4 for 13. Ebenezer Bible Fellowship of Bethlehem won 4-2, then lost 3=1 and 3-0 at St. Stephen’s, Bethlehem. The winners had Travis Beahm, 6 for 12, and Joish Buczynski, 3 for 6. Ebenezer: Vic Pacchioni, 5 for 13, and Carol Voortman, 4 for 10. Messiah Lutheran, Bethlehem, won 2-0 and 2-0 before Farmersville won 6-0. Mes-

siah: Dan Holtman, 5 for 11, and Norm Schoenberger, 4 for 11. Farmersville: Sue Grimm, 4 for 11, and Jonathan Campbell, 3 for 6. Emmanuel EC lost 6-4 before winning 3-0 and 4-2 at Trinity Luth., in Bangor. Trinity: Maybell Smith, 7 for 11; Judy Hoffert, 6 for 12; Larry Fehnel, 5 fo 14,Joe Smith, a homer. Emmanuel: Joe Smith, 5 for 12 with a homer; Bruce Demyluk, 5 for 12; Jovi Rivera, 4 for 12. STANDINGS

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Bath Bowling Team 2 Takes Over Lead with Sweep in Die Hards League

MIKE PROTZ receives the NRA’s Defender of Freedom award from John Hohenwater, with wife Dorothy at his side. – Photo by Helen Kleiner


Team 2 scored a 4 to 0 sweep and it put them in first place of the Bath Die Hards By Hobby League on Sept. 25, as former first place Team 6 lost 1 to 3 and fell to second. Turning the trick for Team 2 were Terry Bartholomew, a big 750 series, along with Ken One of the highlights at the Grube, 546; Kathy Grube, 493, recent fall convention of the and Kim Hemperly, 404. Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs was the Continued on page 7 presentation of a prestigious award from the National Rifle Association to a veteran Admission $4.00 for Adults, sportsmen, who for many years has served as firearms Children under 12 years of age committee chairman for the are free when accompanied PFSC. Mount Bethel Fire Co by an adult. Now retired because of ill health, Mike Protz of Susquehanna County came to the For more information, Radisson Hotel in Camp Hill Sunday, October 6, 2013 contact Harry Nasatka with his wife Dorothy (also one who was very active with at 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the PFSC for many years) Email: and accepted the Defender Collectors, Dealers, Gun Bugs, Buy, Sell, of Freedom award from John Fax: 610-599-0748 Hohenwater, representing the or Trade, Modern and Antique Guns, NRA. New or Used, Guns, Knives, Hunting and In accepting the award, Protz said he has raised more Fishing Supplies. Archery Supplies Available. For information or hell over gun control over the directions, day of show, years, and he and his seven Future Show Date: brothers, along with their dad, call Sunday, December 8, 2013 always went hunting together. “I think the world of the PFSC,” he said. He urged his ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS FUND RAISER fellow sportsmen to put any BENEFIT OUR TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT FUND. differences aside and in 2032 when the state organization is 150 Tables, Breakfast & Lunch Available 100 years old, people will say “Wow!” for all the good it has done in keeping the outdoor Located on Rt. 611, approx. 8 miles So. sports of Pennsylvania alive From Delaware Water Gap and well. Dorothy also complimented the PFSC for all it has done. PWF Support going west. Cross over Portland Columbia On a local note, the PennBridge, continue on Rt. 611 So. sylvania Wildlife Federation, Approx. 2 miles on left. the educational branch of the PFSC, voted to support the concept of the removal of the Mount Bethel Vol. Fire Company • 2341 No. Delaware Drive • Mt. Bethel, PA • 570-897-6767 Easton and Glendon dams

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from the Lehigh River. Lowell Graybill made the motion to do so after listening to John Berry of the Delaware River Shad Fishermen’s Association on how much benefit it will accomplish by removing the dams, mostly for the local economy by bringing thousands more anglers here as shad and other fish can spawn up the Lehigh River. PWF will send letters to DCNR and Easton Mayor Sal Panto on their support. Northampton County Federation president Mike Topping also added that Lehigh River water can be pumped into the Delaware and Lehigh Canals. At the general session of delegates, Graybill was elected president of the PFSC. Other officers are John Ord, 1st vice pres.; Denny Fillmore, 2nd vice pres.; Mike Zenzel, secy., and Ted Onufrak, treas. Onufrak will also serve four years on the Endowment Foundation for the Harrisburg-based organization. Oppose Merger The PFSC delegates are definitely opposed to H.B. 1576 and S.B. 1047, the proposed merger of the Game Commission and Fish & Boat Commission, with the Independent Regulatory Review Committee process. The bills would take away their ability to manage data and affect negatively the amount of federal funding through Pittman-Robertson. It was reported that five cosigners have removed themselves from the bills since they do not agree with the intent. At the Saturday night banquet, Vern Ross, former PGC executive and now head of Wildlife For Everyone, commented about the proposal: “The Legislators have forgotten about us. The merger Continued on page 13




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Team 6 dropped down a notch, but had Nancy Sacckette, 491; Polly Kosman, 441; Bobby Lou Snyder, 436; and Randy Kessler, 404. Two other teams racked up 4 to 0 victories, Team 5 and Team 8. Team 5 is in third with Rick Deily hitting 605; Jim Stevens, 479; Sherry Longley, 460; and Polly Kosman, 441. Team 3 is fourth, and won 3 to 1 with Michelle Tirrell’s 434. Team 8 is fifth, winning 4 to 0 with Mike Cawley, 459, and Charlene Fassl, 446. The last three in the standings all were the 0 to 4 losers. Team 1 had Bob R. Kosman, 401, and Brenda Deily, 499. Team 4 had Charles Kosman, 497; Diane Davies, 436, and Bob C. Kosman, 429. Team 7 had the big scores, Gerald Bartholomew, 604; Charmaine Bartholomew, 536; Mike Swope, 513, and Amanda Leindecker, 489.


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Bowling Continued from page 7 STANDINGS Team 2 Team 6 Team 5 Team 3 Team 8 Team 1 Team 4 Team 7

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Bath Supply won 3 to 1, beating a runner-up, so it amounted to another gain by four games in week five of the Bath Commercial League. The plumbing suppliers beat the runner-up TNT Fireworks

behind Steve Kerbacher, 232255–674; Harvey Rissmiller, 209-224–605; Jeff Kerbacher, 203-203–603; Brent Connolly, 572; Frank Yeakel, 547. TNT: Adam Anthony, 277–609; Ryan Flick, 211–558; Kyle Weaver, 203–542. Meanwhile, Valley Inspection Service moved up to second place by sweeping Team Smith, 4 to 0. Inspection: Ed Musselman, 230-221-240–691; Terry Bartholomew, 2143245–629; Ken Grube, 211–545; Gerald Bartholomew, 203–541. Smith: Scott Weinberg, 209205-215–627 and Joe Smith, 507. Maxx Amusements put the Rice Family in last place alone by whipping them, 4 to 0. Maxx: Andy Edelman, 254221-203–678; Anthony Gable, 226-236–638; Phil Frey, 204211–600; Randy Frey, 223–563;

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Russ Hank, 221–529. Rice: Dale Fye, 525, and Jack Rice, 504. Old Dairy beat Daku Auto Body, 3 to 1, behind Russ Trucksess, 214-217-202–633; Gerry F., 202–554; Tom Gillich, 210–521. Daku: Al Davidson, 220-249-268–737; Bob Daku, 257-223–663; Scott Bortz, 518; Rich Mutarelli, 516. STANDINGS Bath Supply Valley Inspection TNT Fire works Old Dairy Maxx Amusements Daku Auto Body Team Smith Rice Family

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G&L Signs Takes Over in Week 4 of Bath Industrial

G & L Sign Factory knocked Team 4 out of first place in week four of the Bath Industrial League with a 4 to 0 sweep. IN WEEK THREE, Team 4 held first place by a game. They were led by Mike Derwinski, 224-223–627; Mario Forte, 527; and Mike Damiol, 513, in beating Planet Fitness

with Jim Bendekovitz, 234– 605; John Schwartz, 213–581; and Warren Nelson, 504. G & L Sign Factory won over Hecktown Fire Co. G&L: Jason Eberts, 592; Evan Rehrig, 224–571; Mike Reese, 203–551; Jason Glendenmeyer, 518. Firemen: Matt Paulus, 237-201–610; B. J. Doncsesz, 215–567; Ken Hoelle, 200–551; Stan Zurowski, 214–540. Taylor Honey clipped Flurer’s Machine & Tool, led by Marvin Meixsell, 214–593; Ed Taylor, 525; Scott Frielboln, 203–507; and Jack Troxell, 505. Flurer’s: Craig Kelty, 463. Arndt Construction tripped Harhart’s as Jason Benner rolled 279-247–723, followed by Don Arndt, 223-219–635; and Marty Beal, 211-200–608. Harhart’s: “Butch” Holland, Sr., 524. IN WEEK FOUR, G & L was led by Jason Eberts, 256–630; Evan Rehrig, 213-200–585; Mike Reese, 225–583; Paul Duda, 218–580; and Jason Glendenmeyer, 503. Team 4: Miker Derwinski, 218–584; Todd Everhart, 526; and Mario Forte, 506. Flurer’s Machine also won 4 to 0 over Harhart’s. Flurer: Craig Kelty, 478. Harhart:

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Northampton Community College Main Campus Bethlehem Township, Pa.

Entrance from Green Pond Rd. ONLY Follow Signs to parking area across from Kopecek Hall & Lipkin Theatre •Northampton County residents -ONLY•No appointment needed •No need to leave your car •No charge *Please bring along Photo ID or recent utility bill to verify residency.


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Northampton County Department of Community & Economic Development improving quality of life through investment in our communities Marty Csencsits, 259-245204–708, and “Butch” Holland, Sr., 213–551. Another sweep was recorded by Planet Fitness over Hecktown Fire Co. Planet Fitness: John Schwartz, 251–617; Jim Bendekovitz, 235–611, Warren Nelson, 549. Firemen: Matt Paulus, 226204–625; Ken Hoelle, 223204–625; B. J. Doncsesz, 565; Bill Doncsesz, 225–553; Tony Luciano, 508. Taylor Honey won 3 to 1 over Arndt Construction. Taylor: Marvin Meixsell, 230–588; Scott Frielboln, 204200–573; Ed Taylor, 216–559; Don Arndt, 539. Arndt: Ed Musselman, 246-235–646; Bob Adams, 244-202–635; Bob Meixsell, 225–584; Bob Bechtel, 201–549; Jack Troxell, 512. STANDINGS G&L Sign Factory Taylor Honey Team 4 Arndt Construction Planet Fitness Flurer’s Machine Hecktown Fire Co. Harhart’s

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Copeechan Tops On Sept. 29 in Suburban Trap

Copeechan shooters had the top score of the day on Sunday, Sept. 29 in the Suburban Trap League. Shooting a 125 total, they had 25’s from Stan Boracius, Sr., Bob Bortz, Larry Huber, Jr., Tom Lonczyaski, and Diane Motzkus. Ranger Lake, 123: Dennis Cacciola, Sr., Chet Karpyn, Mark Ryan, all 25’s; Brian Fetherolf, Allan Hunter, Deb Hunter, Andy Milkovits, Chad Kulp, all 24’s. Blue Ridge, 122: Neil Angst, Rich Trumbauer, 256’s; Dave Brader, Pete Ducharme, Eric Flexer, Mike Kresge, Lorne Palansky, Dave Weber, Carl Hardick, all 24’s. East Bath, 121: John Manning, 25; Doug Bartholomew, Dan Fritchman, Lori Domitrovitsch, Lee Marsh, Ray Ott, Wayne Remaley, all 24’s. Grouse Hall, 119: Justin Kern, Connie Kern, Bill Mills, Sawyer Bostick, all 24’s; Jan Kern, Bill Mills, Jr., Fred Bok, Bob Foose, Frank Bostick, all 23’s.

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NORTHAMPTON AREA NORTHAMPTON BORO –  ALLEN TWSP. – LEHIGH TWSP. ing a special program by volunteers of LT Vol. Fire Company #1 in St. Paul's UCC of Indianland's fellowship hall, located at 787 Almond Road, Lehigh Township, at 2 p.m., on Sunday, October 13. Following the presentation, there will be light refreshments served. St. Paul's Schoolhouse, adjacent to the church, will also be open during the afternoon and you are invited to explore the schoolhouse, built in 1865 and restored by the LT Historical Society, and observe firsthand how the local students were taught in a one-room

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setting up until 1951, when the schoolhouse was closed. It is one of the few schoolhouses left in the township in good condition. The tour would be interesting for all ages! We hope you will join us to show support for the volunteers in Lehigh Township and visit the schoolhouse which was restored to preserve the culture of Lehigh Township!.

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Colors of On Sunday, The September 15,Fall th Launch Party September a dedication service was held19 in the new Ministry Center of Bethany Wesleyan Church in Cherryville. It was exciting to see people ourCrossing four ser306from Village at Stones on William Penn Highway vice venues meeting in one Easton, Pennsylvania 18045 place at the same time! Buy one pair $10 Off 610-253-4573 There were guests from Petersville Rod & Gun Club Buy two pair $30 Off the community, our denomi*Now thru Oct. 19th nation and the construction Join us for a Fall Party with 550 Club Road, Bath (Moore Twp.) worked onat Stones refreshments and drawings companies who 306 Village Crossing the building. while we introduce on William Penn Highway 3 New Vera Bradley Colors! It hardly seems possible that in May 2012, we had a Easton, Pennsylvania 18045 Receive a complimentary groundbreaking service for Wedge Cosmetic Bag with any this building and 13 months Vera Bradley purchase of $75 or more. later we held our first service 610-253-4573 Specials there. WHERE COMFORT AND FIT COME FIRST Look for In-Store Tickets available $1 each or 6 for $5 September 19th 10am to 7pm. As we dedicated this new facility to God, we were reRefreshments included with cost of tickets 306 Village at Stones Crossing on William Penn Highway minded of all the prayers and $ Kitchen will be open $ Easton, Pa. 18045 preparation by so many who • 610-253-4573 & Like us on Call 610.261.2210 after 4 p.m. have gone before us. What began as a small chafor tickets and more info. pel back in circa 1950 has now grown to include a 1,200-seat auditorium with state of the WEEKLY BINGO – Every Thursday art AVL, basketball courts, Doors open 5 p.m. BINGO starts 7 p.m. Store Hours volleyball courts, dining area, Mon.-Fri. 7-7 a café and chapel area. All of The more that play, the more we pay!! this is in line with our Mission Sat. 7-4 Statement which is to present COMING OCT. 19 - BINGO EXTRAVAGANZA Jesus Christ to people in a relCheck this week's Ad (pgThe 16) Home in The Home Check next week’s News News evant way. The celebration continued in the evening as many people returned to watch an incredible fireworks display! All in all, it was a great day to glorify God and thank Him for His goodness to Bethany.

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Lower Nazareth To hear bridge Presentation


It was announced at the Sept. 25 meeting of the Lower Nazareth Township Board of Supervisors that there will be a presentation on bridge closures at their Wednesday, Oct. 9 meeting. There has been work on a bridge along Rt. 191 for many months in which PennDOT has alerted motorists to be alert. Other Matters Supervisor James Pennington presided at the meeting.

NAZARETH BORO – LOWER NAZARETH TP. – UPPER NAZARETH TP. – BUSHKILL TP. It was noted that the Colonial Regional Police Department is working on a tentative budget, with the township’s share at 4.5%. The budget reflects an increase because of population growth along with more commercial activity. A resident of 5000 Hanoverville Rd. had complaints about a water retention pond nearby that he said hasn’t been maintained properly. It serves a retirement community. Township Manager Timm Tenges said there are sinkholes in the area. The resident also cited much truck traffic on secondary roads and complained of noise and goods outside at the C & S Warehouse.

Community events at Moravian Hall Square in Nazareth Tuesday, October 15th at 10:30 am Senior Pathways program - The Supreme Court – It’s Impact on the Country and Political Scene Bruce Allen Murphy, Fred Morgan Kirby Professor of Civil Rights at Lafayette College. Friday, October 18th at 7:30 pm Arts & Artists program The Magic of the Lionel Train Neill Hartley is Joshua Lionel in this magical one-man show about the founding and history one of the greatest toy companies ever created. Tuesday, October 22nd at 10:30 am Wellness for Life program -

Warming up to Healing Teas 2 Vanessa Sabatine of Herbs To Your Success presents the power of healing teas. All the events are at Moravian Hall Square, 175 West North Street, Nazareth PA 18064. Reserve your seat at 610.746.1000 or online atwww.

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Thursday, October 10th 7:00-8:00 p.m. at Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center, join Monroe County Conservation District’s Brian Hardiman for this program on these fascinating but often maligned creatures. Designed

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for all ages, the presentation will focus on our local snake species and includes a slideillustrated talk, live snakes, and take-home craft activities for the children. To register, contact Rick Wiltraut at or 610-7462810.

Andy’s Corner

By: Andy Weaver

This past Friday night September 27 the Nazareth football team took their 2-2 record over to Bethlehem Area School District where they played the Freedom Patriots. As part of a nice gesture by the Freedom students, everybody wore green in honor of Matt Greene who been missing since July 16. In the 1st quarter, Marlon Johnson scored after a pass from Justin Albert (Ferdinand Wolf kick) to make the score 7-0 Nazareth. In the 2nd quarter, Max Wasilewski completed a pass from Albert (Wolf kick) to make the the halftime score 14-0 Nazareth. In the 3rd quarter, Matt Tuerk ran for a touchdown to bring the score 21-0, Nazareth. In the 4th and final quarter, Freedom got on the board as Roberto Diez ran in for a touchdown. The game ended with Nazareth on top, 21-7. Nazareth is now 3-2 and Freedom drops to 1-4. Come join the Nazareth football team this Friday October 4th at 7p.m. at Andy Leh Stadium as Nazareth will host Parkland in a big showdown! Nazareth will come in with a 3-2 record and Parkland is 4-1 fresh off their big 21-12 win

over Whitehall. Gates open at 6pm! Ticket prices are Students $3.00 and Adults $5.00 and Senior Citizens are free. The Game will be LIVE on Service Electric TV2 But we would love to see all of you in person for match up! Right before the game, at 3:30 p.m. the Nazareth Field Hockey Team will host Parkland too as it will be a Parkland-Nazareth Doubleheader! Hope to see all of you there! On a side note, Northampton football will host Emmaus Saturday at 7 p.m. at Andy Leh Stadium as Emmaus is Fresh off the big win over Easton! For up to the minute Nazareth sports, visit www.

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examine the true cost of educating a child. The bill would create a matrix to measure and assess the academic performance of charter and cyber charter schools and require all initial and renewal charter and cyber charter school applicants to include a teacher evaluation system. As an incentive to hitting those academic benchmarks, House Bill 618 would offer the schools a 10year renewal term on top of their initial term of five years. My legislation would end overpayment of pension costs to cyber charter schools, referred to as the “pension dou-

ble dip.” Most Pennsylvania taxpayers will be shocked to learn cyber charter schools are being reimbursed 100 percent of their pension costs by local school districts, in addition to a 50 percent reimbursement from the state Department of Education. House Bill 618 would allow school districts statewide to retain approximately $84 million over two years, while protecting Pennsylvania property tax payers and marking the first step in much-needed pension reform. Over a two-year period, schools in the 137th Legislative District, which I represent, would realize the following savings: • Bangor Area School District – $158,048.62 • Easton Area School District – $353,815.70 • Nazareth Area School District - $158,048.52 House Bill 618 improves education options for students by protecting the choice their parents make to send them to charter and cyber charter schools. I am hopeful we can move this bill through the Senate and on to the governor’s desk, especially in light of the level of bipartisan support it received in the House.

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ADVENT MORAVIAN, (610) 8680477, Bethlehem. Sun - W 9:30am

ASSUMPTION BVM PARISH, Northampton. 610-262-2559. Sun – W 7:30/10/11:30am; Mon. – Fri., 8:15 am; Sat – 5pm BANGOR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, Bangor. 610-588-6929 Sun – SS 9:30am; 10:40am W BETHANY WESLEYAN, Cherryville. 610-767-1239. Sun – W - 9/10:45am, Sat. – W 5pm.

BUSHKILL UNITED METHODIST, Clearfield, Bushkill Twp. Sun – W - 9:15 am, SS – 10:30 am. CARPENTER’S COMMUNITY CHURCH, Nazareth, 484-285-0040 Sun - 10am W CHAPMAN QUARRIES UNITED METHODIST, Bath. 610-837-0935 Sun. – 10am SS, 11am W CHRIST U.C.C., S. Chestnut St. Bath. Sun. 10:15 am – W


CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Northampton 610-2628500. Sun - 9am W, 10:30am SS & BS. COVENANT UNITED METHODIST, Bath. 610-837-7517. HA 8/10:30am – Worship DRYLAND U.C.C., Nazareth. 610759-4444 Sat – 6pm W Sun – 8/10:15am W, 9am SS, Wed. – 7pm Worship EGYPT COMMUNITY CHURCH, Whitehall (Egypt) 610-262-4961 Sun. – 10:30am W - 9am SS

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FAITH REFORMED, 4394 W Mountain View Dr, Walnutport 610767-3505 Sun - 10am W

St. Peter’s UCC, 8142 Valley View Road in the village of Seemsville (Northampton) For tickets and directions please call Sheila 610-837-1533 or the church at 610-837-7426. ents Refreshmble a Tickets $20 in advance and $25.00 at avail the door. (All seats must have a ticket)

GOD'S MISSIONARY CHURCH, Northampton. Sun – 9:30am SS, 10:30am & 7pm Service; 6:30pm. Evening Youth GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN, Northampton 610-262-9517 Sun – 9am W, 10:15/11am SS

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A Good Sinner?

Evangelist Evangelist Eddie Eddie Martin Martin told told of of a a lady lady who who came came forward forward in in response response to to a salvation salvation invitation. invitation. He He took took her her hand hand and and began began to to lead lead her her in in a a sinsina ner’s prayer asking her to repeat after him, “Dear Lord, I know I’m a noner’s prayer asking her to repeat after him, “Dear Lord, I know I’m a nogood sinner...” She never said a word. He looked at her and said, “Don’t good sinner...” She never a word. He looked and said, “Don’t you want to be saved?” Shesaid said, “Yes, but I’m notata her sinner.” “Then you you be saved?” said, “Yes,only but I’m notfora sinner.” can’twant be to saved,” EddieShe said, “Jesus died sinners.” “Then “But, you Mr. can’t beshe saved,” Eddie said, “Jesus only died for sinners.” “But, Mr. Martin,” replied, “I’m a good sinner.” Martin,” she sinner? replied, “I’m a good sinner.” “A good Lady, there are no good sinners! You will have to take seat. God can’t you become conscious “Ayour good sinner? Lady,save thereyou areuntil no good sinners! You will that haveyou to are ayour no-good sinner andsave need Hisuntil forgiveness.” “But you don’tthat undertake seat. God can’t you you become conscious you stand,” she said,sinner “I’m really not a His badforgiveness.” sinner.” are a no-good and need “But you don’t underEvangelist Martin “I told her sinner.” to go sit down. She held onto my stand,” she said, “I’mrelates, really not a bad hand with a vise-like grip. Finally she said, ‘Oh, please forgive me. I know Evangelist Martin relates, “I told her to go sit down. She held onto my I am a no-good, hell-deserving sinner. I am a proud, no-good sinner. hand with aChrist vise-like grip. Finally she said, ‘Oh,I please forgive I know I do need to forgive me of my sins.’ said, ‘Now, lady, are Iready am a to no-good, hell-deserving I am a proud, sinner. do business with God.’ sinner. We prayed--she cameno-good clean with God Iand do He need Christ to forgive me of my sins.’ I said, ‘Now, lady, you are saved her!” The to Bible say We thatprayed--she we have nocame sin, we deceive ourready do declares, business “If withwe God.’ clean with God selves, theher!” truth is not in us” (1Jn 1:8). Let us cry out to God as did and He and saved theThe prophet “Woe me! forthat I amwe undone” 6:5)we and admit, our“all Bible Isaiah, declares, “If is we say have no(Issin, deceive our righteousnesses filthy rags” we to have selves, and the truth is are not as in us” (1Jn 1:8).(Is Let64:6). us cryIf out Godthe asattidid tude of the prodigal son, “Father, I have sinned against heaven, and in the prophet Isaiah, “Woe is me! for I am undone” (Is 6:5) and admit, “all thy sight, and am no more worthy to be called thy son” (Lk 15:21), and our are as filthy rags” (Is 64:6). for If we have the attiprayrighteousnesses with David, “O LORD, pardon mine iniquity; it is great” (Ps tude of God the prodigal I have sinned against heaven, and in 25:11), will hear son, us as“Father, He did the publican who prayed, “God be merthy am no more worthyThe to be called thy son” (Lkconfess 15:21), and cifulsight, to meand a sinner” (Lk 18:13). Bible states, “If we our sins, with he isDavid, faithful“O and just topardon forgive mine us ouriniquity; sins, andfor to cleanse us from pray LORD, it is great” (Ps all unrighteousness” See “A SINNER’S at 25:11), God will hear us (1Jn as He1:9). did the publican who prayed,PRAYER” “God be ciful to me a sinner” (Lk 18:13). The Bible states, “If we confess our

sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1Jn 1:9). See “A SINNER’S PRAYER” at

Rev. Edward L. Bean Calvary Evangelical U.M.C., Tamaqua, PA

The Unlimited Power of love

A college professor’s sociology class went into the Baltimore, MD slums to develop some case histories of 200 young boys. The collegians were asked to write up an evaluation of each boy’s possible future. In each case study the college student’s conclusion was: “He hasn’t got a chance.” Twenty-five years later a different sociology teacher discovered the earlier study while sorting paperwork. This second professor thought it would be interesting to follow up the earlier project and evaluate the life directions of those 200 young men. After much research, with the exception of twenty boys who had moved away or died, this later college class was astounded to learn that 176 of the remaining 180 boys had achieved extraordinary success as lawyers, doctors and businessmen. What made the difference in their lives? Researching these now grown men provided a repeated answer, “There was a teacher….” At this time, the teacher was retired and elderly, but the professor was able to track her down. She was asked for the magic formula that had pulled these boys out of the slums and steered them into successful lives. This elderly teacher’s eyes sparkled and her lips broke into a gentle smile. She said: “It is very simple, I loved those boys.” The unlimited power of love lifted each boy forward and helped propel him toward a successful life. In John 4:8, the Bible reminds us that “God is love.” God’s love provides us with unlimited power for successful human relationships (I John 4: 9-12). God’s love and grace are the keys that unlock the door for our own successful life and can propel us forward into sacrificial caring and service. God invites us to know Him and to share in His unlimited love and power today.

GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Pen Argyl Sun –8:30 & 10am W, 10am SS

NORTHAMPTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Northampton Sun – 10:45am & 6pm W; 9:30am SS; Wed – 7:30pm W

HOLY CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN, Nazareth. 610-7593431 Sun –W- 8/9:30/11, no SS. 11am Children’s church.

QUEENSHIP OF MARY CHURCH, Northampton 610-2622227 Sun. – 7:30/9:30/11:30am S. Holy day & Vigil – 6:30, 9am; Vigil 7pm

HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Nazareth Sun – 7am/9am/11am.

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 MonThurs 7:30am Fri. 8am.

HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, Northampton 610-2622668 Sun. – 10:30am W Communion 1st Sun. of the Month. 9:15am SS

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CHRIST U.C.C. – LITTLE MOORE, Danielsville. Sun - 9am W, 10:30am SS

EMMANUEL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Bath. Sun – 8:00/9:30/10:45 am – W, SS 9:30am, Wed - 10:30am & 7pm –Worship

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CHRIST U.C.C., Schoenersville. Sun. - 10:15am W

HOLY TRINITY SLOVAK THERAN, Northampton Sun. – W & SS - 9am


HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH, Cherryville 610 767-7203 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 610-759-3163 Sun. – 8:15/10:45am W, 9:30am SS

SALEM U.C.C. Moorestown 610759-1652 Sun – W 9:30am. SALEM UNITED METHODIST, Danielsville. Sun – 9:30am W ST. BRIGID’S EPISCOPAL Nazareth 610-746-3910 Sun –Eucharist 9am. 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 610-759-3090. Sun. –9am W Sat. 5:30pm W

St. Peter’s UCC

8142 Valley View Road • Seemsville, Northampton


St. Peter’s U.C.C. 8142 Valley View Rd.

Northampton October 5: Vera Bradley PurseSeemsville, Bingo--Doors open at 11:30 AM; Bingo 1 PM Call 610-837-1533 610-837-7426 for tickets: $20 in advance and $25 at the door. October 6, 2013: 9 AM Sunday School 10:15 AM Worship Service with Communion

St. Peter’s U.C.C. 8142 Valley View Rd. Seemsville, Northampton

ST. JOHN’S U.C.C., Northampton. 610-262-8666 Sun – 9:30am W, 9:30am SS ST. JOHN’S U.C.C. Nazareth. 610-759-0893 Sun – W – 8am/10am. 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, 10:15am W VALLEY VIEW Northampton Sun - 10:45am W


WALNUTPORT SEVENTH-day 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

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12 October 3-9, 2013

Obituaries Nathan V. Amato

June 26, 1931 – Sept. 22, 2013 Nathan V. Amato, 82, of Bath died Sunday, Sept. 22 in St. Luke’s Hospital, Fountain Hill. He was the husband of Virginia (Pantelleria) Amato for 58 years. He retired as a custodian in the Manalapan, N.J. School District. Prior to that he was a foreman at the Luxury Braid Co. in Elizabeth, N.J. He had served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Born June 26, 1931 in New York City, he was a son of the late Joseph and Josephine (Giamonna) Amato. He was a former member of St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Manalapan, N.J. and was a very active member of the Knights of Columbus in Englishtown, N.J. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Josephine Vine, of Bath; a son, Joseph Amato, of Bethlehem; two grandsons; and two sisters, Angelina Rosato and Lucille Morreale, both of East Orange, N.J. Preceding him in death were two brothers, Frank and Joseph Amato. Services were on Friday morning in the Reichel Funeral Home, Nazareth, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in the Sacred Heart Church, Bath, and interment in Holy Saviour Cemetery, Bethlehem.



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Stella C. Budihas

Jan. 17, 1927 – Sept. 26, 2013 Stella C. Budihas, 86, of Northampton died on Thursday, Sept. 26 in Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg, Bethlehem. She was the wife of the late Stephen Budihas, who died in 1982 She was known for her cooking and baking skills. Born Jan. 17, 1927 in Northampton, she was a daughter of the late Andrew and Theresa (Milkovits) Uivary. Surviving are two daughters, Kathleen R. Matika of Whitehall and Nancy C. Wagner of Walnutport; three sons, Stephen M. III of Walnutport, Thomas S. of Northampton, and James T. of Walnutport; 12 grandchildren; 15 greatgrandchildren; a sister, Vilma Guimes, of Bensalem; two brothers, John Uivary of Whitehall, Montana and Andrew Uivary of Plymouth Meeting; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by Theresa Lutterschmidt, Julie Uivary, Anna Nemeth, Rose Meixner, Stephen Uivary, Jr., Ella Loki, and Mary, Helen and Nancy Uivary. A Burial Mass was celebrated on Tuesday, Oct. 1 in Queenship of Mary Catholic Church, followed by interment in Our Lady of Hungary Parish Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Reichel Funeral, 326 E. 21st St., Northampton, PA, where donations may be sent for the church.

John Hewko

Feb. 19, 1924 – Sept. 26, 2013 John Hewko, 89, of Northampton died on Thursday, Sept. 26 in Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg, Bethlehem. He retired from Western Electric after 24 years of service. He had served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Born Feb. 19, 1924 in Northampton, he was a son of the late Aksenty and Anna (Brodetsky) Hewko. He was a member of VFW Post #4714, Northampton, and a member of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Northampton.

Surviving are a brother, Wasyl Hewko, of Northampton; a sister, Stephanie Nederostek, of Northampton; and many nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were three sisters, Pauline Woyewoda, Mary Lorenz, and Olga Sokalsky; and three brothers, Alex, Benjamin and Peter Hewko. Burial services were held Monday morning in the Reichel Funeral Home, followed by interment with military honors in Assumption B.V.M. Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church, c/o the funeral home at 326 E. 21st St., Northampton, PA 18067.

Patsy K. Polzer Patsy K. Polzer, 75, of WhitehallCementon, died Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013 in Lehigh Valley Hospice Inpatient Unit, Allentown. She was the wife of John S. Polzer for 54 years. A graduate of Northampton High Scool and member of the National Honor Society, she was last employed as the Supervising Secretary for Schisler Funeral Homes in Northampton, Nazareth, Palmerton and Lehighton for 25 years before retiring in 2000. Prior to that, she was a legal secretary for the former Burkpile/Skrapits Law Offices in Northampton. She held a notary public license for many years and was the former secretary-treasurer for Fairview Cemetery Association, Northampton. Born in Catasauqua, she was a daughter of the late Walter and Mildred (Teeple) Stewart. She was a member of Queenship of Mary Catholic Church and the Friendly 50’s group with her husband in Northampton. She had also volunteered at the former Our Lady of Hungary Regional School cafeteria for several years. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Timothy J. Polzer of Coplay; two daughters, Susan J. Belcher of East Sandwich, Mass. and Christine L. Csencsits of Northampton; a brother, Richard W. Stewart, of Northampton; and six grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday morning in Queenship of Mary Church by Msgr. John Campbell. Arrangements were by the Schisler Funeral Home, 2119 Washington Ave., Northampton, PA 18067, where memorial contributions for the church memorial fund or American Cancer Society, L.V. Unit may be sent.

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May 19, 1929 – Sept. 25, 2013 John C. Schweitzer, 84, of Nazareth died Wednesday, Sept. 23 in Gracedale. He was the husband of the late Elizabeth (Lokay) Schweitzer, who died Jan. 25, 2011.

He was employed by Essroc Cement Co. for 46 years until retiring. During that time, he worked at several different jobs including crane operator, maintenance mechanic, and night watchman. Born May 19 1929 in Nazareth, he was the son of the late John C. and Aldine V. (Danner) Schweitzer. He was known for his rabbit and heart snow sculptures, worked on cars and motorcycles in addition to being an expert carpenter and mason. Over the years, he built clocks, furniture and fireplaces. Surviving are two daughters, Joanne E. Cavanaugh of Alpha, N.J. and Janet M. Kline of Danielsville; four grandchildren; two great-grandsons; and a sister, Aleene Hiltman, in California. Preceding him in death were three sisters. Services were held on Monday morning in the Schmidt Funeral Home, Nazareth, followed by burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Nazareth. Memorial contributions may be made to the Nazareth Area Food Bank, P.O. Box 178, Nazareth, PA 18064.

Kathryn E. Teel

Dec. 31, 1927 – Sept. 28, 2013 Kathryn E. Teel, 85, formerly of Wind Ga pand Chandler Estates, died on Saturday, Sept. 28 in the VNA Hospice House of St. Luke’s, Lower Saucon Township. She was the wife of the late Harold L. Teel for 58 years before he died in 2007. A 1945 graduate of Pen Argyl High School, she was employed as a seamstress at various mills in the Slate Belt area before retiring and was a member of the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union. Born Dec. 31, 1927 in Plainfield Township, she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Anna Elizabeth (Werner) Houck. She was a member of the Lady Hall Rebekah Lodge #202; a member and leader of the Northampton County 4-H. Kathryn was an active member of St. Peter’s Evan. Lutheran Church, Plainfield, where she served as a Sunday school teacher and was a member of the quilting and sewing club. Surviving are four daughters, Phyllis Harding of Derry, New Hampshire, Doris Bruch of Wind Gap, Diane Flyte of Bath, and Karen Schwartz of Pen Argyl; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandson; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by brothers Arthur and Warren Hauck and sisters Emily Lessig and Leah Clewell. Funeral services were held yesterday (Wednesday) in St. Peter’s Evan. Lutheran Church, followed by interment in the Plainfield Cemetery, Pen Argyl. A Rebekah Lodge service was held on Tuesday evening in the George G. Bensing Funeral Home, Moorestown. Memorial contributions may be sent to St. Peter’s Evan. Lutheran Church, 1422 Church Rd., Pen Argyl, PA

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would cost $12 million because of radios and uniforms alone. The combined agencies don’t work together. . . .Game lands would become state forests. . . .Marcellus Shale gas and Pittman-Robertson provide big funds. If controlled by the Legislature they would go to the general fund. . . .Sportsmen are very fragmented. We need to work together and accept change. The agencies are the best thing going for us. Keep them independent.” Marcellus Shale Carl Roe, Executive Director of the PGC, reported that Marcellus Shale has been a financial windfall for the agency, getting $22 million. It has enabled them to buy new vehicles for the wildlife conservation officers, and vehicles for the food and cover corps, making the agency more efficient and more effective. The Southeast Region now has a new building with 27,000 sq. ft. of space. Three-quarters of a mile away from the old building near Reading, it cost $1.3 million. The PGC has modernized its dispatch center and is now computerized and wireless. The biggest feature is that they now know exactly where every WCO is and they’re happy about it. There was more to Roe’s report. That and other matters brought to the Federation will be reported in subsequent columns.

Northampton AARP Meeting The Northampton AARP Chapter 3915 will meet Wednesday, October 9. Doors open at 12:00 noon at Allen Township Fire Company at 3530 Howertown Road, Northampton. Refreshments will be served. The Christmas party tickets will be on sale October and November. Anyone interested in AARP bus trips please contact Sharon at 610-262-9182. Anyone 50 and up is welcome to become a member of Chapter #3915.

Statewide Archery Season begins Oct. 5

Pennsylvania’s statewide archery deer season begins Saturday, Oct. 5, and its return is prompting the Pennsylvania Game Commission to issue some helpful reminders. Archers can hunt statewide for antlered or antlerless deer from Oct. 5 to Nov. 16, and during the late archery deer season, which runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 11. At the time of the statewide opener, archery hunters in three urbanized areas of the state will have had a two-week head start to their seasons. Again this year, an early season for antlerless deer was implemented in WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D. That season kicked off on Sept. 21. Bowhunters in WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D, also may take antlered and antlerless deer during an extended late archery season, which runs from Jan. 13 to Jan. 25. Archery hunters may use a long, recurve or compound bow, or a crossbow. Bows must have a draw weight of at least 35 pounds; crossbows must have a minimum draw weight of at least 125 pounds.

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tinue onto Sullivan Trail. Turn left onto Uhler Road. Follow Uhler Road toward Martins Creek, past Forks Equipment. Take next left onto Ayers Road (sign), bear two hard rights. Farm is on left. 6. GLENMAR NURSERY, 746 Copella Road, Bath, PA 18014 - Glenmar Nursery has been providing quality plant materials for over 40 years. They have the largest selection of trees, shrubs and perennials in the area. Visit their beautiful country setting where shopping is a pleasure and enjoy a walking tour through their four acre nursery display. Enjoy the tranquil sights and sounds of their six working koi and goldfish ponds. Take a tour of the newly-landscaped display garden. Enjoy hunting for frogs and watching the fish in the display ponds. Bonsai Society of the Lehigh Valley will also have an exhibit and demonstrations. From Route 512, turn onto Route 946 west (Community Drive). Go 1/4 mile, turn right onto Copella Road. Glenmar is 1/2 mile on right. 7. GRAVER FARMSTEAD, 820 South Delps Road, Bath, PA 18014 - Graver Farmstead is a preserved family farm raising grassfed beef and pork. Visit with the animal families, take a look at the high tunnel and vegetables, watch their bale wrapper work, and ponder over the various old odd hand tools found on the farm. Take a look at the machinery and tour the farm. Talks will be given on the hour about beef and pork. Farm activities for the kids. Learn about farm conservation practices, crop production for grassfed beef, rotational grazing, old farm tool use, and herd management. Take Route 987 north from Bath. Go straight through the stop sign at the intersection of Routes 987 and 946. Turn on Point Phillips Road at Klecknersville. Take the first left onto South Delps Road. Farm is 1/2 mile on the right.

featured in the barn and 4-H members will demonstrate showing dairy cows. From Braden's Airport in Forks Township, go east on Uhler Road. Go 1/2 mile to traffic light, turn north on Kesslersville Road. Go 1/2 mile; first right to Klein Road.

8. J. H. KEIFER FARM, 9275 Richmond Road, Bangor, PA 18013 - J. H. Keifer Farm is a family run farm raising registered beef cattle for breeding, showing and market. A 2013 National Champion Red Angus heifer was born and raised at the farm. Chickens laying brown eggs, turkeys, a horse and two goats complete the farm. There will be fitting and hoof trimming demonstrations at 3 p.m., as well as a discussion on animal care, including nutrition and health. From Route 611 in Martins Creek, at top of hill, follow signs for Route 611 "Truck Detour." The detour will bring you onto Richmond Road. Farm is on the right on the hill; farm sign at lane.

11. NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 4-H CENTER, 777 Bushkill Center Road, Nazareth, PA 18064 - The 4-H Center is the focal point for 4-H youth activities in the county -- horse shows, clinics, club activities, and the annual county 4-H Fair. Come on SUNDAY ONLY for a horse show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and their famous chicken Bar-B-Q served from 12 noon on. From Nazareth, follow Broad Street north 3.5 miles from 248. Broad Street becomes Bushkill Center Road. The 4-H Center is on the left. From Wind Gap, take Route 512 to traffic light at Bushkill Center. Turn south and follow for 2.2 miles. The center is on the right.

9. JUNIPERDALE FARMS, 1015 Browntown Road, Nazareth, PA 18064 Juniperdale Farm is a 20-acre fruit and vegetable farm with a variety of field crops. This is a family farm run by Brian and Eva Fulmer with their children, nieces and nephews. They have a high tunnel to start selling vegetables earlier in the season and a few beef animals. During strawberry season they have a pick-your-own strawberry patch. In fall, they offer pickyour-own pumpkin and hayrides to the patch. The nearest highway is Route 33. If coming from 22 or I-78, take Route 33 north to the Belfast exit. When you come to a four-way stop, turn left and go about 1/2 mile. Turn right on Fulmer Road. From I-80 take Route 33 south to Route 512 exit. Take left onto Route 512 to light and take a right. Proceed two miles and turn left on Fulmer Road.

12. POINT PHILLIP PERENNIALS, 2764 West Scenic Drive, Danielsville, PA 18038 - Point Phillip Perennials has two acres of gardens composed of many unusual plants and perennials, trees and shrubs. Guided garden walks will be given throughout the day with an emphasis on late season care of plants. Many very rare and unusual plants will be discussed. From Klecknersville, turn on Point Phillip Road and make an immediate left on Delps Road. Go to stop sign at bottom of hill and turn left on West Scenic Drive. Pass two houses and turn into parking with large garden flag.

10. KLEIN FARMS, 410 Klein Road, Easton, PA 18040 - Klein Farms is a working dairy where they have an onsite store, selling their own raw milk, cheeses and yogurt. Enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, and a free corn maze. Bluegrass music Sunday afternoon. Tours of the dairy barn will be available, as will tours of the creamery. Animal nutrition will be

13. PURPLE HAZE ALPACAS, 790 Slate Belt Boulevard, Bangor, PA 18013 - For over 13 years Purple Haze Alpacas has strived for the finest quality alpacas and best bloodlines in the Northeast with blue ribbons and championships to prove it. Best 100% fiber and yarn, sweaters, hats, socks, shawls, etc. Live music and refreshments, plus local honey and artists. Spinning demonstration. Arlene and Marcel will answer questions about benefits of starting with good quality alpacas. Take pictures and feed alpacas. One block off Route 512 between Bangor and Pen Argyl. At the light by Blue Valley Diner, turn onto Bangor Junction Road. Go one block

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14. RAUB FARMS, 1459 Tatamy Road, Easton, PA 18045 - The family has been farming in Palmer Township since 1928. The farm offers fresh fruits and vegetables from June through December. There are free range brown eggs year round; corn maze, hayride, pumpkin patch in the fall. From Route 33, take the Stockertown exit. Turn right onto Route 191, Industrial Boulevard. Turn right onto Main Street; Main Street becomes Sullivan Trail. Turn right onto Uhler Road; Uhler Road becomes Main Street. Turn left at the bridge that is closed. Turn right onto Bushkill Street. Turn left onto Main Street. Turn left onto 8th Street; 8th Street becomes Tatamy Road. The farm is on the left. 15. RC SONS GARDEN CENTER & GREENHOUSES, 5880 Front Street, Easton, PA 18040 (outside Martins Creek) - Relax with scenic country view of the familyowned and operated garden center and greenhouses. Offering thousands of fall mums, pumpkins, ornamental cabbage, snow pansies, unique perennials, shrubs, trees and aquatic plants and fish. Tour the mum field and garden center. The children will love the fish and lily ponds. Educational displays and gardening information will be available. From Route 33, take Stockertown exit (Route 191). Go to traffic light on Main Street in Stock-

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ertown, turn right. Go to next light (Uhler Road) and make a left. Go through next light and stop sign. Go down hill and to top of next hill. Garden Center is on left. 16. SEIPLE FARMS, 5761 Nor-Bath Boulevard, Bath, PA 18014 - Seiple Farms is a fifth generation farm celebrating over 120 years. You can take a hayride out to their 25-acre pumpkin patch to pick pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn and more. They also have farm animals, a corn maze, haunted barn, pony rides and concession stands. They also offer week-day field trips. From Route 22 take Airport Road (north exit) for about five miles to Route 329 west (NorBath Boulevard). They are 1/4 mile on the right side. 17. SPRING VALLEY FARMS, 750 Mount Pleasant Road, Bangor, PA 18013 - Preserved dairy farm with a new 84-cow free-stall barn and a double-six milking parlor. Farm-grown corn and hay are fed to the dairy herd. Their own ice cream and sundae bar will be available for sale. They will tell the story of where milk comes from, complete with handouts for children and adults. They will also be doing a "making butter" demonstration. Visit the booth with Dr. Gardner on animal nutrition and farm safety. See the new environmentally friendly manure handling system. From Route 191 head east on Flicksville Road. Continue onto Mount Continued on page 15 PA003267

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TOP SOIL $225 Tri-Axle load. LandscapeBoulders-Mushroom Soil. Light Excavating. Call 610-216-2044. (11/14) TWO 3.75 hp PRESSURE WASHERS One of the Washers is complete and works well, however the other is for parts (which are all interchangeable). They both go as a package for the price of one. Call 484-553-4432. They need to go ASAP. Asking $100. (10/10) FIREWOOD FOR SALE $200/Cord delivered. Call 610-837-0791 or 610-657-6628. (10/10). 2006 JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 4320 with loader, 48HP, 3-point hitch, nice tractor, Price $9500. Berym9@hushmail. com. 267-223-7952. (10/10) WOOD SPLITTER 27 Ton. Like New. $695. Call. 610-837-0791. (10/10)


2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME FOR RENT ON PRIVATE LOT No pets allowed. call 610-759-3770. (9/19 & 9/26) NAZARETH SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT Newly renovated. Has Washer/Dryer, dishwasher, range and refrigerator. Includes WSG. No pets. $800/month. Call: 610393-1800. TN NORTHAMPTON 1 bedroom apt. Heat only incl. 1st floor. $550/month. 610-261-2056. (10/31) OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Business Space available along busy Route 248 in Berlinsville. Will remodel to suit tenant. Reasonable Rent. All utilities included. (610) 767-3531 (TN) OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE Airport Rd. Bath. 1,000, 2,000, or 3,000 sq. feet. Off Street Parking. Call 610-8371465 (10/3)

CHILD CARE CHILD CARE IN HOME CHILD CARE GREAT RATES!!!!! NAZARETH AREA. HOURS: 6:00AM 5:30 PM. SMOKE & PET FREE HOME. SAFE ATMOSPHERE, MEALS PROVIDED. Call 610393-4563. (10/3) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CASH PAID For your unwanted guitars, fiddles and amplifiers. Buy-SellTrade Call Ron: 610-681-4613. (TN)

LONGABERGER BASKET BINGO Oct. 16th at Northampton Community Center, 1601 Laubach Ave, Northampton. Doors open 5 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m. Food available. Tickets $10 in advance/$20 at Door. FMI or 2 purchase tickets 610837-7924. Benefits The Compassionate Friends. (10/3-10/10) LONGABERGER/VERA BRADLEY BINGO held St. Nicholas ChurchWalnutport.Sun., Oct 6. Doors open at Noon; Bingo starts at 1 PM. Chinese Auction, Raffle, 50/50 drawing. Advance Tickets-Call Mary 610-767-8380. (10/3) Country Cottage Nut Roll Sale Sponsored By Ladies Auxiliary Bath Firefighters. 15” Long $14 each. Orders and Money due November 2, 2013. Delivery date November 23, 2013 at the Engine House. Nut, Poppyseed, Prune, Apricot & Seedless Raspberry. To order call: 610837-7908, or 610-837-6514. (10/3-10/24)

HELP WANTED DAY CARE STAFF PERSON Full-time. Education major preferred. Experience required. Working in day care in Nazareth. Send resume to: (10/10) Drivers: Immediate FT Openings. Bulk Tank. Martins Creek, PA. Great Pay & Benefits: health/ dental/life ins, 401K w/match, Vac/holiday pay. CDL-A, good driving record, 2yrs exp. www. 800-9366770 (x144 or 112) (10/3) Forklift Operators/ Pickers: Multiple openings on 1st Shift for busy warehouse in Nazareth. Must have experience w/ sitdown forklift & Picking! $11/ hr + mandatory OT. Call HTSS 610-432-4161 (10/3). Freelance Writer We are looking for writers to cover municipal meetings and other community news. Please send your resume and a writing sample to jkorba@idpcreative. com (TN) PACKING FT positions avail Sun 7am-3:30pm & Monday thru Thursday 1:30-10pm. $7.75/hr with weekly attendance bonus. South Bethlehem. HTSS: 610432-4161. (10/3) Pianist/keyboardist needed for Covenant UMC Klecknersville Email resume and salary requirement to or call 610-837-7517 (9/12-10/3)

Part Time Picker/Packer 1st shift on Sundays. Other days may be available. $9/hr. South Bethlehem. Call HTSS 610-432-4161. (10/3) PRODUCTION: $12/hr. Immediate Openings! Fogelsville Beverage Company. All shifts avail. FT, PT & Weekends avail. Fast paced, lifting involved. Call HTSS: 610432-4161. (10/3) MACHINE OPERATOR Growing Hydraulics Co. in Bethlehem. FT,2nd & 3rd shift $11-$11.75/hr. Temp to perm! Company will train! Call HTSS: 610-432-4161 (10/3) MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY Growing Hydraulics Co. in Bethlehem. 1st, 2nd shift. $11/ hr. Must have mechanical experience. Temp to Perm! Call HTSS: 610-432-4161. (10/3) Stand Up Fork Lift Operators South Bethlehem Co. 2nd/3rd shifts. $10/hr. Must have exp. w/ stand up/high reach forklift. Call HTSS: 610432-4161. (10/3).

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NOTICE OF NAME CHANGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 20th day of September, 2013, the Petition of Bryan Carlos Maltez was filed in Lehigh County Court Courthouse as the date for hearing of the Petition. All persons interested in the proposed change of name may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the Prayer of the Petitioner should not be granted. (10/3)

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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1 1/2 Acre on Beacon Rd. in Moore Township, perc approved lot with well. $80,000. 610-837-0791 (10/10) WATERFRONT 2 acre lot standard perc, North Whitehall Twsp. along Rails to Trails Pathway (IRT). 610-261-2056 or 610-262-0764 (10/31)

YARD SALE ESTATE SALE. 2789 W. Beersville Rd., Bath. Oct 5&6 from 8-4 pm Furniture, antiques, sewing machine, WRinger Washer & Tubs cookware. Call 610-8371543. (10/3)


Alterations Unlimited Meeting your entire family’s sewing needs Alterations and repairs - no job too small! Call Michele for appointment 610837-9499. TN Buried in Credit Card Debt? Over $10,000? We can get you out of debt quickly and save you thousands of dollars! Call CREDIT CARD RELIEF for your free consultation 1-888928-6573. TN. GET IN GEAR! Learn to drive with Good News Driving School. 610-759377 (9/19-10/10). HEISLER’S BATTERY OUTLET Chainsaws sharpened and new chains by the Foot All types of batteries, factory seconds and first line. Call: 610262-8703 (TN) Independent Senior Transportation Lehigh Valley (ITNlehighValley)-24/7 senior transportation when and where you want it. Call 610419-1645 or visit our website at for details . (10/3) Lot & Field Brush Hog Mowing available – Call 484-2394166 (10/31) NOTARY Billings Service Center 154 N. Walnut St., Bath, PA 610-837-6291 Titles & Tags (TN) We Remove Junk! Attic Basements, Cleanouts, Appliances, Electronic Recycling, Furniture, Construction Debris, Backyard Shed Tear-down, Swimming Pools,



Contemporary Bi-Level In The Woods – Lot Size: 100’ x 225’ –Well and Septic. Upper Level: Living Room with Fireplace, Dining Room, All Electric Kitchen, Three bedrooms and Two Full Baths. Lower level: 21’ x 24’ Finished Family Room with Fireplace, Two bedrooms, One Bathroom & Utility/Laundry Room with Sink. Built approximately 1969; 2,695 Square Feet Total Living Area. 2 Wood Burning Fireplaces and Wet Bar. Electric Baseboard Heat, Central Air-Conditioning. Attached Two Car Garage. Kitchen remodeled in 2000; All Bathrooms remodeled in 2007. Appliances included: 2 Refrigerators, Dishwasher, Range/Microwave, and Washer & Dryer. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Sept. 15th & 22nd-1:00 to 3:00 P.M. or By Private Appointment. Check for Details & Photos. Terms: 5 % DOWN DAY OF AUCTION. BALANCE IN 30 DAYS. Auction For: THE ESTATE OF ROBERT W. & ELSIE L. BELL. Cathy M. Pennypacker, CAGA Lic. #AU-001254-L. 610-777-6121


SERVICES Old Hot Tubs etc. GO GREEN! Marth’s Disposal 610-262-9021 or 610-842-5684. (12/31) DONATE YOUR CAR - FAST FREE TOWING 24 hr. Response - Tax Deduction UNITED BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION Providing Free Mammograms & Breast Cancer Info 855-456-5132. (12/31) Have Payday Loan$? Want to GET RID of Payday Loan$? Get Payday companies out of your pocket now! Call Now! No obligation. 1-800-7195870 (12/31) PUblic notice-Legal ESTATE NOTICE Estate of James Lindenmoyer, also known as James D. Lindenmoyer, late of the Borough of Northampton, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased. WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary in the above-named estate have been granted to Scott R. Steirer, Esquire, Executor of the Estate of James Lindenmoyer, also known as James D. Lindenmoyer. 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: Scott R. Steirer, Esquire 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, PA 18064 Scott R. Steirer, Esquire Pierce & Dally, LLC 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, PA 18064 Attorneys for the Estate I.D. No. 306977 (9/19-10/3) ESTATE NOTICE Estate of John R. Herb, late of the Borough of Nazareth, County of Northampton and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims against to present them in writing without delay to the Attorney noted below. Robert F. Herb 522 Carol Lane Bath, PA 18014-8885 Executor Daniel G. Spengler, Esquire 110 East Main Street Bath, PA 18014 Attorney for the Estate (9/26-10/10) NORTHAMPTON BOROUGH ZONING HEARING BOARD PUBLIC MEETING OCTOBER 10, 2013 The Northampton Borough Zoning Hearing Board will hold its public meeting on Thursday, October 10, 2013, in Council Chambers, 1401 Laubach Avenue, Northampton, Pennsylvania, at 7:00 P.M. to review the following appeals: 1. Ronald Dellago, 1415 Dewey Avenue, Northampton, Pennsylvania, for the property located at 1415 Dewey Avenue, Northampton, Pennsylvania. This property is located on Tax Map No. M4NW2A-4-3 and is located in an R-1 Residential District. Mr. Dallago would like to erect a three-foot high fence six

and one half feet from the curb line on 14th Street and Dewey Avenue. Mr. Dallago is seeking a variance to: Page 250:31, Article V – Supplementary Regulations, §25018 – Accessory structures and uses, Subsection H – Fence and wall accessory uses, (1) (b) [1] – Setback requirements. All interested parties are invited to attend. The applicant must attend. Juliann Edelman Zoning Officer (9/26-10/3) PUBLIC NOTICE ZHB 2013-003 Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Hearing Board of East Allen Township will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 7:00 PM at the Township Municipal Building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd., Northampton, PA 18067. The Applicant, Elizabeth Meixsell, is applying for a Special Exception under Section 250-16. C. (10) to establish a day-care center. The property is located at 6970 Silver Crest Road, Nazareth, PA 18064, Tax Parcel #K6-22-1F, in the Agricultural/Rural Residential (A/RR) Zoning District. Any party interested in the above matter has a right to appear in person, by counsel or by representative and be heard at the time and place indicated above. East Allen Township Zoning/Code Enforcement Officer Ken Nicholson (10/3-10/10) BOROUGH OF NORTHAMPTON EXECUTIVE MEETING Notice is hereby given that Northampton Borough Council will meet in an executive session on Thursday, October 3, 2013, at 7:00 P.M. in Council Chambers. The purpose of this executive session is to discuss personnel matters. Gene Zarayko Borough Manager


ESTATE NOTICE Estate of Evelyn M. Engler, late of the Township of Plainfield, County of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, deceased. WHEREAS, Letters of Administration in the above-named estate have been granted to Louise C. Rapp, Administratrix

of the Estate of Evelyn M. Engler. 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: Louise C. Rapp c/o Alfred S. Pierce, Esquire 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, PA 18064 Alfred S. Pierce, Esquire Pierce & Dally, LLC 124 Belvidere Street Nazareth, PA 18064 Attorney for the Estate I.D. No. 21445 (10/3-10/17)

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Christmas tree and wreath sales and photos with Santa. Tour their unique bank barn, visit reindeer, walk their tree fields and enjoy a great view of the countryside. Reindeer facts will be available and questions are always welcome. From intersection at

Sullivan Trail and Uhler Road near Bradens Airport in Forks Township, Go east on Uhler Road 1/2 mile to traffic light. Turn left at light onto Kesslersville Road. Go 1/2 mile to Klein Road. Turn right, go approximately one mile, farm is on the right.

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Pleasant Road. Farm is on the right. From Route 611 head west on Upper Little Creek Road. Continue onto Mount Pleasant Road. The farm is on the left. 18. TRUE BLUE FARM, 8720 Rasley Hill Road, Bangor, PA 18013 - True Blue Farm is an 82-acre hay, beef, pumpkin and produce farm, farmed by the Burkholder family since the 1800's. The farm raises and sells grassfed Galloway beef, hay, straw, pumpkins, mums, honey and produce. Their farm will have pumpkin fields for pickyour-own pumpkins, hayrides and a straw bale maze for the kids. They will also have beekeeping demonstrations, tours of their Pennsylvania-style barn, farm animal petting areas and a display of hay-making equipment. From Easton, take Route 611 north to Martins Creek. Turn right at the light. Left on Lower Little Creek Road, go approximately two miles. Make a left onto Rasley Hill Road. The farm is on top of the hill on the left. 19. Z ARCH BARN FARM, 10 Klein Road, Easton, PA 18040 - Z Arch Barn Farm is a small Christmas tree farm. They also raise reindeer. They are open seasonally for

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Police Blotter Colonial Regional

Theft by Deception, Receiving Stolen Property, Bad Checks

On April 10, 2013, Vincent A. Basile, 43, of Bethlehem entered the First Niagara Bank in Hanover Township and opened a new checking account using a $10,000 check from his account at Morgan Stanley. On April 11, Basile withdrew $1,000 from the

First Niagara account. On April 12, he withdrew another $1,000 from the account. Both checks were later returned as the $10,000 check that Basile originally used to open the account was returned for insufficient funds. First Niagara Bank made several attempts to contact Basile in order to have him pay back the money, but he did not respond. Basile was arraigned on September 27 by District Judge James Narlesky, who set bail at $25,000, 10%. Basile was remanded to Northampton County Prison.

Attempted Theft, Disorderly Conduct, Public Drunkenness

Colonial Regional Police were dispatched to Plymouth St. in Bath on Sept. 22 for a

man who was attempting to break into vehicles. Upon police arrival, he ran from the police, but was caught and placed into custody. Matthew P. Janny, 33, of 124 N. Walnut St., Bath was found to be intoxicated. Charges were filed through DJ John Capobianco’s office.

Bushkill Twsp.

Two Jailed After Stealing RV Batteries

Carl Klinger, 37, and Felicia Davies, 24, both of the 200 block of W. Greenwich St., Bethlehem are in Northampton County Prison, charged with 15 counts each of criminal conspiracy, theft and re-

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habit, getting $12 each from scrap dealers for the batteries valued at $125. This was enough to buy bags of heroin. Klinger and Ms. Davies were arraigned before District Judge Diane Marakovits. In addition to the charges noted above, Klinger faces charges of possession of instruments of crime, terroristic threats, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ms. Davies’ bail is $7,500 and Klinger’s $10,000.


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ceiving stolen property. The thefts occurred in Bushkill and Moore Townships. They were arrested September 20 after a man reported to police that he saw Ms. Davies taking the battery out of his camper while it was parked in his driveway in the 300 block of Kromer Rd., Bushkill Township. They were apprehended in a suspicious vehicle parked along North St. in Nazareth. The pair allegedly had been stealing batteries the past month to support their drug


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