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tors, independent testing laboratories, marijuana product manufacturers, marijuana retailers or any other types of licensed marijuana related businesses.” The City Council has approved one medical marijuana facility in Revere, and because of the law if that facility wants to start selling recreational marijuana, the city legally cannot prevent them from doing so. This new ordinance would only prevent future organizations from selling recreational weed. Revere resident Al Terminiello wondered why the coun-

cil granted a license that could allow the sale of recreational marijuana. “You gave them an open license to do anything they want with drugs,” he said. “If you are the only game in town, chances are you are going to play that ace.” Keefe said it was a prior council that voted for that special license and there was a different understanding of the law then. “That’s my whole point: We need to stop the buck here,” he said. ‘We need to start taking a stand now.” The motion was sent to the Legislative Affairs Subcommittee.

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sions the site to be a mixeduse area of retail, work space and residential. They plan on making the Beachmont station an integral part of the development. The council seemed delighted over the plan. “We can’t lose in this process,” said Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso. “It is going to be very beneficial.” “We are very lucky to have this developer for Suffolk Downs,” said Councillor-atLarge Anthony Zambuto. Councillor-at-Large George Rotondo wondered how much retail there would be. O’Brien said they are aiming for 500,000 square feet of neighborhood retail. He also said most of the residential will be on the Boston side of the development.

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to serve you and that we may, together, continue the progress we have begun in the great city of Revere. Please allow me to tell you a little bit about myself and some of the accomplishments of which I’m proudest. I am a lifelong Revere resident, a homeowner, and a taxpayer. I have been elected by colleagues to three terms as President of the City Coun-

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concern, or just wants his or her voice heard. Thus far in 2017, I’ve been pleased to secure tangible results on several issues that are important to us: My vision to have Oak Island Park restored became reality; I pushed for the redesign renovation of Butler Circle, which was just successfully completed; and my unyielding calls for the demolition of the abandoned Wonderland Park race track – which had become a safety hazard and an eyesore and which has been taking up valuable commercial real estate – resulted in that work getting underway at that site. Indeed, I have made important issues a priority throughout my tenure on the City Council, stretching back long before this current term. Some of the accomplishments of which I am proudest are as follows. I vehemently supported, from the idea’s conception, the creation of a surcharge on car rentals to generate revenue

for Revere. As a result, over the years our city has received several million dollars, which has funded the new, much-needed public safety complex on Revere Beach Parkway. I also strongly supported the city’s school building program, including construction of the new Paul Revere School and the Rumney Marsh Academy, providing our children with modern, state-of-the art education facilities in which to learn. I spearheaded the push for major drainage improvements on Arcadia, York, Argyle, and Ellerton Streets, and an improved sewer line at the rear of Revere Beach Boulevard. I also ensured that the city re-lined several thousand feet of sewer mains in Ward 5, an important project to keep our sewer system operating properly. I successfully pushed for new water mains on the Boulevard, and on Rice Avenue and Arcadia Street, to provide

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Candidate disavows “dirty politics” mailing Dear Editor, Earlier this week many residents of Ward 5, including myself, received a mailing from a group referring to themselves as the “Friends of Ward 5”. This mailing consisted of insults towards Councilor Powers, Mayor Arrigo, and Chief Guido. I would like to state clearly that this group has no affiliation with me or my campaign in any way. This level of dirty politics is completely unacceptable and has no place in our

city. I had no part in this mailing and personally I found it to be both insulting and reprehensible. I have a great deal of respect and admiration for Councilor Powers, Mayor Arrigo, and Chief Guido and their years of service to our city. Throughout this election season Councilor Powers and I have both run upstanding campaigns based on mutual respect. Hopefully, we have set the tone for future elections to come. I have al-

ways run a clean and respectful campaign. It is what I have done thus far, and that is what I will continue to do. Respectfully, Eric Lampedecchio Candidate for Ward 5 City Councilor

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Annual end of summer BBQ at the Revere League for Special Needs

The members and officers of the Revere League for Special Needs at the annual end of summer BBQ. This is one of many events held at the 200 Winthrop Ave. headquarters; next up is the Halloween Party.

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Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Local No. 3 endorse candidates for council Dear Revere residents, Over the past several years, many construction projects in the City of Revere have been going steadily non-union. Unfortunately, there has been very little help from the City Council and none whatsoever from the mayor’s office in approving projects with a union label. The upcoming election in Revere affords us the opportunity to turn the tide and elect pro-union candidates to the City Council who will create union jobs for Revere residents. The BAC Local 3 Officers have reviewed the candidates

for City Council and have determined which candidates would best serve the needs of our membership and support our Local. Each is committed to union projects and would be a much needed voice for organized labor: • John Correggio, City Council at Large • Dan Rizzo, City Council at Large • George Rotondo, City Council at Large • Anthony Cogliandro, City Council Ward 3 We strongly urge you and your family to vote for these union endorsed candidates on Tuesday, November 7, Election

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he Revere League will celebrate the All Souls Mass on Saturday afternoon, November 4th at 4pm. This annual event is open to the entire community and those surrounding Revere. It is open to all, of any religious denomination. Those members and family members of the Revere League for Special Needs that have passed away over the last year and those who have been gone, but not from our hearts, their names are read and remembered during this special time. The names are placed on the memorial board in the main hallway for all to pay a tribute of respect from time to time, and following the mass, these names are blessed. Please join the officers and members of the Revere League for Special Needs at its 200 Winthrop Ave., Revere headquarters on Saturday, November 4th. Our door

and hearts are always open to our neighbors. A collation will follow immediately after the mass. Thank you, President Michelle Morency-DeMauro, the Board of Directors, and members of the Revere League for Special Needs

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Years ago I could see this happening but the ugly head of “gutter” politics has recently arrived in Revere. For shame, someone should stoop so low as to mail a flyer all over the city that says, “Stop Powers” and then goes on with some scurrilous accusations. It was unsigned, of course. So take heed, voters of the garbage mailer from an obvious coward. Councillor Powers has the reputation of being a good family man and an honest city councillor. So, what’s this garbage letter writer’s problem?

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State Rep. Vincent testifies in support of environmental justice legislation

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STATING HER CASE: State Rep. RoseLee Vincent speaks during a Hearing of the state’s Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.

are burdened by a myriad of industrial pollution, most notably a 40-year-old trash incinerator and a 40-year-old unlined ash landfill; both are contained within an Area of Critical of Environmental Concern and abut two rivers that flow into America’s First Public Beach. Further,

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and even more horrifying, this facility and its unlined landfill are less than a half mile from people’s homes and is totally unbuffered. Over 150,000 people live within three miles – this facility was supposed to close over 20 years ago, yet it remains. Why? Because they can! Why? Because the term ‘environmental justice’ has no meaning. It’s time to put some teeth behind the concept of ‘environmental justice’ and make it more than just a feel good term. Right now, as a result of the Executive Order, agencies are encouraged to implement EJ policies. However, they are not required to do so, and as in my district’s case, they do not. By enacting this legislation, we are exercising our duty to mandate what is morally just. We can make a real, positive difference in the lives of our constituents and our environment for future generations if we adopt this legislation into law. Thank you for your time, and I hope that as a committee, we can move these bills out swiftly and favorably.”

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License Commission worried about staffing at new restaurant By Sara Brown

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he Revere License Commission told a new restaurant it will have to wait to get a license. Nino’s Restaurant, on Everett Street, requested a transfer of an all-alcohol liquor and change of hour license from the License Commission at the October 19 meeting. Manager Julia Duarte-Alarcon is keeping the name of the former restaurant, which was Nino’s, and she is also keeping the menu the same. The requested hours are 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and the former hours were 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Duarte-Alarcon wants to serve breakfast at the new restaurant, which is why she requested the hour change. This would be Duarte-Alarcon’s first restaurant. She has been in the restaurant business for most of her professional life. However, this lack of experience worried Commissioner Linda Guinasso. “It doesn’t seem like there is a lot of experience here to take on a full alcohol license,” she said. “You do have a beautiful bar in there and it’s very large. I am worried about who is staffing it.” Chairman Robert Selevitch agreed. “I don’t see in any experience in dealing with alcohol in a restaurant setting,” he said. Duarte-Alarcon said the bartending staff from the former Nino’s will be staying on for a period of time when the res-

City to hold annual Veterans Day program Friday, November 10

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Council awards Certificate of Merit to Retired Fire Lt. Dennis Russo The city council presented Fire Lt. Dennis Russo with a certificate of merit Monday in recognition of his “retirement from thirty four years of commendable public service.” He is shown above with Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe and Councillor-at-Large George Rotondo.

taurant opens along with the chefs. She couldn’t say how long they would be staying. “People leave when there’s new owners,” said Guinasso. “I can’t grant a license on this.” Guinasso suggested Alarcon get more information about who will be staffing the bar and meet with the License Commission again next month. The granting of the license was put on hold until then.

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Revere says goodbye to Congregation Tifereth Israel plague outside honoring the congregation. “It’s good to

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goodbye now,” he said. The synagogue was established in 1912, and prior to that the building was the First Methodist Church of Revere and was built circa 1888. The synagogue was home to the large Jewish community after the great Chelsea fire in the early 1900’s according to Novoselsky. The congregation will now be celebrating high holidays at the Chelsea Soldiers’ Home. “We will still have a presence in the community,” said Novoselsky. Once the building is demolished, it will make way for a 30unit Veteran Preference hous-

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is also interning in the Revere High guidance office where she works hands on with the guidance counselors to give tours to new students, researching community services opportunities for the student body, and being a Spanish translator as well. Kati is also available first period as a writing tutor, in the Writing

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flooding. I advocated for the reconstruction of the northern section of Revere Beach Boulevard, from Revere Street to Carey Circle. Additionally, I worked to create a Quiet Zone on Revere Beach Boulevard, so that our families and senior citizens may enjoy the beach free from loud music and disturbances. These are a few of the many issues I fought for on behalf of the citizens of Ward 5 and the entire city. There are many other issues, projects, and improvements for which we must still fight in the years ahead. Revere is at an exciting time in its history. With numerous new projects and initiatives either underway or on the verge of reaching fruition, we are a crossroads. The direction we

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Steps4Cancer 5th Annual Walk in Memory of Rosemary G. Cataldo

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John Cataldo welcomes family and friends of his mom, Rosemary Cataldo and thanks everyone for their continued support for this worthy cause.

Lisa Flury and her group of supporters join in the walk.

To n i I o r i o w i t h G e n a r o Cataldo.

Jamie Callahan walking for his Grand Mother Rosemary Cataldo.

Dr. Genaro Cataldo and Genaro are shown with Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo and State Representative RoseLee Vincent.

RHS student Ismah Kahn is presented her scholarship at the annual walk by the Cataldo family.

Under the purple and white balloons Dr. Genaro Cataldo, family and friends start the 5th Annual Steps4Cancer Walk.

Dr. Gennaro Cataldo with his sons, John and Genaro look over the crowd to see the many friends that turned out to support the memory and cause of Rosemary G Cataldo. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

Denise Cataldo with “Jessie” and Vincent Callahan.

Presenting the check to Anamaria Kristic from the Dana Farber to go to this year’s recipient. Dr. Gennaro Cataldo and the Cataldo family continue in memory of Rosemary.

Lisa Flury was a grant recipient last year, and returned to walk this year with her family and friends.

Genaro Cataldo with friends, former Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo, Councillor Patrick Keefe and his son, Patrick.

Rincher Tenzin, Jonathan Chinchilla and Thei Tenzin get ready for the walk last Saturday morning at the Whelan School.


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Staff Sergeant 1st Class Sidney Rigoff, US Marine/ US Army Honored at Neighborhood Dedication Ceremony

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Viet Nam Vet (66-67) and neighbor Mike Grasso with his friend and fellow veteran SSgt 1st Class (retired) Sidney Rigoff.

Mayor Brian Arrigo (3rd from left) and members of the Revere City Council with Sidney Rigoff. Councillors Steve Morabito, Joanne McKenna, VP Patrick Keefe, Charlie Patch, Ira Novoselsky and Tony Zambuto.

Mayor Brian Arrigo thanks Sidney for his service and bravery and congratulates him in honor of this dedication to his service to the United States of America.

Veteran Andrew Biggio (right) founder of the Veterans MC Run has Sidney Rigoff sign his M-1 carbine stock. This stock has been signed by numerous local WWII vets. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

All-American Hero, SSgt. 1st Class Sidney Rigoff, born and raised in Revere.

Sgt. 1st Class Sidnet Rigoff, served our nation for 22 years, through 3 wars as a Marine and a soldier in the US Army. Rigoff fought in WWI, Korea and Viet Nam. After his retirement from service, Rigoff returned back to Revere, where he still resides today. Rigoff is 94-years-old, and was recognized for his bravery and dedication to God and Country last Saturday morning. A square in his memory was named outside his home on Francis Street.

SSgt. 1st Class (retired) Sidney Rigosff with his family, Karla Hunter, Glen Rigoff, Billie Pelts, Randi Rigoff.

Sergeant Sidnet Rigoff gets some help in removing the covering of his name plate on Francis Street, by Mayor Brian Arrigo and his nephew Don Schneiderman.

The family and friends and neighbors of Revere’s hero Sidney Rigoff.

Then official presentation of the certificate from the City of Revere by Veterans Agent Marc Silvestri to Sidney Rigoff. Then official presentation of the certificate from the City of Revere by Veterans Agent Marc Silvestri to Sidney Rigoff.


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Senator Joe Boncore Hosts an Evening at the Marina at the Wharf for Councillor at Large Steve Morabito

Councillor Morabito with supporters, Robert Sweezey, Corrie O’Neil Rosa Cole, Maureen Damigella and Nicole D’Andrea.

Rich Boswoth and Bill Jackson campaign managers for Councillor at Large Steve Morabito.

Supporters of Morabito, Joe Markey, Marc Tango and Rosa Cole.

Councillor Steve Morabito gets a visit from Mia at the Wharf.

Elected Officials and candidates are shown with Councillor Steve Morabito, from left, Dimple Rana, Gerry Visconti, Arthur Guinnaso, Ira Novoselsky, Fred Sannella, Carol Tye, Patrick Keefe, Bill Jackson, John Powers, Joann McKenna, Jessica Giannino, Tony Zambuto, Mike Ferrante, and Mike Zaccaria.

The group of colleagues, friends and supporters of Councillor Steve Morabito at the Marina at the Wharf last Saturday evening.


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Revere Fire Department Hosts Annual Open House

RFD Chief Chris Bright, Sparky the Fire Dog and the members of the Revere Fire Department welcomed many local children and their parents to Central Fire Station last Saturday afternoon. Thanks to Papa Gino’s in Chelsea and Revere’s BJ’s and Stop and Shop there was plenty of pizza and cold drinks for everyone.

Pizza and a fire hat and a big smile from Shane Toppi. Alana Auth visited Central Fire Station last Saturday.

Sparky with Altona Haziri and Alea Hasmuca. Erjon and Altona Haziri enjoy the open house.

Rozab Ben just hanging out at the Revere Fire Station enjoying the day.

Sparky with Oliver Hernandez.

Dep. Chief Paul Cheever and Sparky, who are very close to Erika Cheever.

RFD Lt. Erin Leary passes out lots of cool stuff to the kids that attended the open house.

Dep. Chief Paul Cheever and Sparky, who are very Dressed for the occasion, a visit to the close to Erika Cheever. Revere Fire Station, Jacob and Jeremiah (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello) Avendano.

Fire Chief Chris Bright with City Councillor Ira Novoselsky.


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RHS Patriot Golf Senior Night at Cedar Glen Golf Course

Head Coach Brandon Pezzuto with the seniors on the 9th hole. From left: Gaetano Caputo, Alex Madrese, Capt. James O’Donnell, Robert Stocia, Kenny Uminski and Capt. Austin Villalobos.

Capt. James O’Donnell chips onto the green, while Capt. Austin Villalobos looks on.

Senior Kenny Uminski with his parents, Lori and Ken, sisters, Brittany and Gianna.

Captains Austin Villalobos and James O’Donnell

Senior Gaetano Caputo with his mom Mirana and sister, Katerina.

Senior Robert Stocia with his parents, Daniela and Doru.

Senior Alex Madrese with his mom, Cara and sister, Sophia.

Senior Capt. Austin Villalobos with his parents, Sonya and Edgar and sister, Maya.

Senior captain James O’Donnell with his parents Jim and Kathleen and sister Katie. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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Greetings, neighbors,and and welcome to Halloween the BeachEdition City BUZZ…We’ve got BUZZ some…New Greetings, neighbors, welcome to the of the Beach City Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve a the great It’s the scariest time of the year. (Well, OK, maybe the second scariest. The first is got when solution - total self improvement is my New Year’s resolution. I’ve taken a hard look at relatives arrive for Thanksgiving, but we’ll save that column for another week.) Speaking of myself, and don’t like what I see. So in the coming year, I’ll become a better me. I’ll do all things scary, what are you afraid of? Clowns? Running out of money? The big dirt nap? some crafts, and learn to cook, my soufflés will be divine. And when I’m in a restaurant, Cooties? Public restrooms? The IRS? According to a Harris Poll survey, “Nearly one in five I’ll be a snob ‘bout wine. I’ll go to bed early, with a cup of warm milk, I’ll become an early adultsI’ll said theytoare scaredmy of more things too, now and thanbecome they were a child.” That makes sense. riser. learn balance checkbook anasorganizer. I’ll study a foreign As a kid, what’s there to fear? Monsters under the bed? Failing math? But grownups have language, maybe French or maybe Spanish. I’ll pay off all my bills on time, and all my this thing reality deal with, and it’s drinking downrighttoo, terrifying. Politics, crime, sickness, debts willcalled vanish. I’ll to quit my smoking, and then I’ll feel quite healthy. I’ll unemployment, you name we fear it. So an effort keepwealthy. to the theme, getting save some money everyit,week, and thatin will maketo me And without when I’m driving way serious here, did the some research to see theand celebrities in mytoo car, I won’t flipI off bird. I’ll keep mywhat calm, smile aand lot,the andbeautiful forget 4people letter of the world are afraid of. Here’s the short Winfrey has I’ll a deep-seated fear that of are words. I’ll keep my house in order, neatlist: andOprah sparkling clean. only buy things chewing actually a name this:I promise, chiclephobia. Seriously.) Matt Damon is other afraid on sale -gum. I’ll be(There’s a Coupon Queen. My for body, will get in shape - something of snakes. Singer Adele is afraid of seagulls. Cher is afraid flying. McConaughey than round. I’ll eat cottage cheese and drink skim milk,ofand loseMatthew those twenty pounds. I’ll some muscles, workDonald my heart, andistake anofexercise class.Hitchcock Yoga, Zumba, lifting hasgain a fear of revolving doors. Trump afraid germs. Alfred was afraid weights, will helpWashington me lose mywas a$$. I’ll learn to buried play the piano, andKidman music is I will read. of eggs. George afraid of being alive. Nicole afraid of I’ll practice daily for Stephen hours onKing end,isuntil my afraid fingers bleed. (Nope, I’ll put you other’s ahead butterflies. Author actually of clowns. can’tneeds make this stuffof mine, and maybe this coming year,ofI’llcats. feelRichard fulfilled Nixon as I give myself, and findBarbra time to up!) Napoleon Bonaparte was afraid wasofafraid of hospitals. volunteer. growofall my speaking. veggies atMadonna home inisthe spring, and start them all from seed, Streisand isI’llafraid public afraid of thunderstorms. Robert De Niro I’ll learn to polka and ballroom dance, and buy lots of books to read. I’ll learn to like is afraid of the dentist (Finally, a celebrity I can relate to!) Singer Eminem confesses a fearsoy milk andTom eat Cruise more sprouts, I’llgoing tradebald. Dunkin’s forEiffel, herbalthe tea. I’ll only watch shows on of owls. is afraid of Gustave designer of the Eiffel Tower, Channel 2, and no more reality TV. Now let me just get all this straight I’m resolving was terrified of heights. Walt Disney was afraid of mice. (Yes, as in Mickey.) So apparently a better beeverything, thinner, healthier, but I’ll live misery. Onofsecond thought, moneyme. can’tI’llbuy becausesmarter the rich too, and famous are in just as afraid the Bogeyman let’s forget this idea, because really, I don’t give a damn. My only New Year’s resolution, as the average Joe next door. As for me, I’m not afraid of anything, which really scares me. is to like me for who I am…Let’s ring in the BUZZ: The start of a new year means OK, there may be a few things: parking garages, barfing, taking a suitcase on an escalator, that it’s time for the Mayor’s Annual State of the City Address, which takes place on the people movers at the airport, porta-potties, airplane landings and takeoffs, being in water Monday, January 13 at 6:00 P.M. in the Joseph A. DelGrosso Council Chambers when myHall. feet can’t touch the bottom, on sewer gratesthe (because that’s at City Mayor Rizzo invites roller all tocoasters, attend. walking If you can’t be there, address will where the alligators live), horror movies, dentists (said the woman with a daughter who is a to also be on Revere TV on Channel 9…Why not kick off the New Year by pledging dentalblood? hygienist ask!)16 and parking Yes, head I knowtoI mentioned that twice. I’m 150 give On– don’t January from 2:00garages. - 7:00 p.m. the Beachmont VFW, REALLY afraid of parking garages. I’m also afraid that it’s time for the BUZZ. Here it is: Bennington St. and donate some blood. You’ll be doing something good, andThere you’ll are sure to beasome spooktacular around Donuts the Beach City this coming weekend, also receive voucher for a freehappenings pound of Dunkin’ coffee…Ran-dumb thoughts: when Mayor Brianand Arrigo andbelieve the Revere Recreation be presenting It’s almost 2014, I can’t it’s been a wholeDepartment year since Iwill didn’t become a better some fun-tastic activities: On Saturday, October 28, the place to be is at Harry Della Russo person; UPS is responsible for millions of Christmas gifts arriving late? OK, here’s Stadium (51 Park Ave.) from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for the “Glow in the Dark Fun Run.” Cost my take on that - How ‘bout shifting a little of that responsibility over to the millions of morons didn’t isrealize that Christmas actually December is $5, andwho the event for all ages. “Parents arewas welcome to walk the track25th whilethis kidsyear, run. and had 350+ are days to get those packageswill sent? Hmmm?…So we were, sitting at the Costumes encouraged! Participants receive some glow inthere the dark items to run with bar DeMaino’s on thetoFriday after Christmas the usual and at prizes will be provided the winners.” On Sunday,with October 29, be suspects/regulars, sure to head over to all of sick of Christmas leftovers craving a “real” meal. The p.m. big screen TVs were theus A.C. Whelan/SBA/West Revereand School Complex from 4:00-7:00 for the annual tuned to the football game “the Military Bowl”, which most of us had never Fright Night event. It’s fun for the whole family with music, games, amusement ridesheard and of. At one point, my Honey voiced his opinion “The only difference between the Military much, much more, including Nonni’s Pizza, and it’s all free! …Looking ahead to Saturday, Bowl and a regular football game is that in a regular football game, they run up and November 4, head back to Harry Della Russo Stadium for the 5th Annual Revere Police down the field. In the Military Bowl, they go, left, right, left, right…” Funny. And you VS Revere Fire Flag Football game at 7:00 p.m. Enjoy the game and show your support for think it’s easy?…Speaking of funny, I promised a certain guy who can oft be seen our first responders … Ran-dumb thoughts: Conjunctivitis.com – a site for sore eyes. It’s OK in warm weather tooling around town in a little Corvette, and who’s initials are Bob MacC to park in the “Expecting Mother” space at the mall parking lot if you’re sitting in the car waiting - that I would put this “joke” in the BUZZ. Apparently, “everybody” thinks it’s hysterically for your mother, right? For all the young ladies considering whether or not to get a tattoo – funny. Except me. Raise your hand if this makes you laugh: A penguin walks into a bar, remember that one day, that butterfly on the back becomes a buzzard in the crack. For all of goes to the counter and says to the bartender, “Have you seen my twin brother?” The the mathematics out there sumdoes of thehecabbage is directly proportional the square bartender says, fans “I don’t know.– the What look like?”…OK, did we seeto any hands root of the carrot divided by the mayo. That’s Cole’s Law … That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. raised? Me neither…That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Have a happy and safe New Have ado happy and safe Halloween, do sing, whatever your heart sing, and remember: I’m Year, whatever makes your heart andmakes remember: Youth is when you’re allowed delighted that Halloween is near, but it’s not the ghosts or monsters I fear. It’s the 10 pounds to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Old age is when you’re forced to…This week’s of candy that will go to my rear. Oh dear This week’s SMILEMAKERS: Hernandez, SMILEMAKERS: Regina Daley, Lisa…Fortuna, Ryan Green, Adam Oliver Comeau, Carolyn Charles Willis, John Garrison, Kingston, Santana Baez, Michelle Bell, Ratha Mom,Murphy, Bill Jackson, Chambers, Valerie Jayden Brown, Allison Morris, Heather Tom Charles Mason, Noga,Capizzi, Denise Griffin, Omar DaCosta, Nicole LaSala, Brian Cassidy, Robin Friedman, Michael Marc Lisa Gendreau, Brendan Hayes, Dennis Doucette, Barbara Holden, Otto Hayes, PaulChristine Ferro, Steven Armstrong, Ellen Price, a very, very, happy birthday to my Swanson, Benoit, Emily Welch, Mariaand Morabito, and Roberta Levy…Heeere’s the CHUCKLE (from Ann Onymous): ’Twas the ahead monthand after Christmas, and… allHere’s through second born, Andrew. Wishing you fun adventures happiness always the CHUCKLE: house, Nothing would fit me, not Association even a blouse. The cookies eggnog The American Medical has weighed in onI’d thenibbled, pendingthe changes I’d taste at the holiday parties health-care had gone topackage. my waist. When I got were on theinscales arose to President Trump’s proposed The allergists favor ofthere scratching such number! When Iadvised walkednot to to themake store (less walk than lumber). I’d remember it, but athe dermatologists any rashamoves. The a gastroenterologists had the meals I’d it,prepared; The gravies and sauces and beef had nicely rared, The sort marvelous of a gut feeling about but the neurologists thought the administration a lot of nerve. wine and the rum balls, the bread and the cheese, And the way I’d never said, “No thank Meanwhile, obstetricians felt certain everyone was laboring under a misconception, while you, please.” As I dressed myself myshortsighted. husband’s old shirt Andyelled, prepared once again to the ophthalmologists considered thein idea Pathologists “Over my dead do battle with dirt--I said to myself, as only I can “ You can’t spend a winter disguised body!” while the pediatricians said, “Oh, grow up!” The psychiatrists thought the whole idea as man! “ So— away with the lastcould of the sour dip, rid of the fruit to cake, every wasa madness, while the radiologists see rightcream through it. Get Surgeons decided wash their cracker and chips. Every last bit of food that I like must be banished, Til all the additional hands of the whole thing, and the internists claimed it would indeed be a bitter pill to swallow. ounces have vanished. I won’t have a cookie--not even a lick. I’ll want to chew only on The plastic surgeons opined that this proposal would “put a whole new face on the matter.” a long celery stick. I won’t have hot biscuits, or corn bread, or pie, I’ll munch on a carrot The podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the urologists were pissed off at the whole and quietly cry. I’m hungry, I’m lonesome, and life is a bore--- But isn’t that what January idea. thought the whole concept a gas, theand cardiologists didn’tdiet!” is for?Anesthesiologists Unable to giggle, no longer a riot. Happywas New Yearand to all to all a good have thecomments? heart to say no. In theAnnouncements? end, the proctologistsSuggestions? won out, leavingWant the entire decision up ….Got News? to congratulate to the a$$es in Washington, D.C. … Got comments? Jokes? News? Suggestions? Want a someone on their anniversary, birthday, baby, divorce? Is your group running to congratulate someone on their anniversary, birthday, baby or divorce? Is your group fundraiser, meeting or event? January 5 is National Bean Day! Got a half baked joke runningbean a fundraiser, meeting orus? event? October is National Seafood Sounds you’ve meaning to send Snap to it! No kidneying! LimaMonth! waiting for your fishy tobits! me, but sea, there’s no de-bait-ing this. It would beREVERE a fin ideaADVOCATE! if you cod BUZZ Email AndreaRevere@aol.com and read itreel-y in the email your BUZZbits to AndreaRevere@aol.com and read it in The Revere Advocate! (Just for the halibut!)

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Revere High Patriot Football Players and Cheerleaders Senior Night at Della Russo Stadium

Senior Cheerleader Melaina Polan Ryan Mangino with parents, Mike and Kim Mangino, and with her mom, Melissa Polan. Grandfather Dennis McLaughlin. Capt. Ed Ballo with his mom, Rose and his family.

Matthew Brito with Capt. Ed Ballo, his mom, Maria and grandmother, Giovanni Valentini.

Senior Cheerleader Alexis Wiswall with her parents, Keri and Gene and sisters, Lucia Leila, Nola and Ava.

Joe Vitale with his parents, Desiree and Peter DiPaolo.

Anthony Scoppetullo with his father, Tony Scoppetullo, mom, Nicole Marston and sister Sophia Scoppetullo.

Jimmy Kiousis with his mom, Suzy Kiousis.

Devin Morgan with his dad, William Morgan and sisters, Ashley and Leanne.

Nate Detillio-Eam with his siblings.

Capt. Ronnie Marcelino with his dad, Ronaldo Marcelino.

Vito Grillo with his mom Debbie and brother Matthew Grillo.

Kevin Badhi with his sister Morgan Badhi . (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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The Nutritionist Corner

A Winter Vegetable

By Anna Tourkakis, Nutritionist

W

e are constantly reminded to eat more seasonal vegetables, which is easy during the summer months. When fall rolls around we may be at a loss, but let’s not forget the squash family. Winter squash is abundant now and in peak of flavor. Winter squash is an excellent source of potassium and vitamin A and also contain vitamin C, folic acid, pantothenic acid and copper. A halfcup of cooked winter squash has about 40 calories and 3 grams of fiber.

Squash is related to the melon and cucumber plant. There are two main categories of squash: summer and winter squash. The better known of the summer squash is the zucchini squash. Among several varieties the zucchini is the most common. It has a fragile, tender edible skin and seeds. The winter squash has a drier, orange flesh and is more fibrous and much sweeter than summer squash. The skin of winter squash is not edible. There are several varieties of winter squash. The butternut squash is most commonly utilized in everyday cooking. Risotto is all the rage on restaurants’ menus. Below is my version of risotto. It uses butternut squash and is delicious and much healthier than what maybe found on a restaurant menu. Bring Eating From Within to your workplace! Contact me to learn more about my corporate wellness programs.

Anna Tourkakis is a nutritionist, author and founder of Eating From Within Nutrition. She provides nutrition advisory services and healthy eating programs to companies and individuals to help clients manage health conditions and maintain healthy eating lifestyles. Anna can be reached at anna@ eatingfromwithin.com T. 781 334-8752; www.eatingfromwithin.com

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Makes: 8 servings he butternut squash gives beautiful color and adds to the creamy texture. White short grain rice is ideal for risotto. Brown rice does not work well in this recipe as the bran prevents the grain from releasing its starch. To make whole grain risotto pearled barley can be substituted. • 2 ½ cups butternut squash or Hubbard, cleaned and diced • 1 large clove garlic, finely chopped • ½ cup onion, finely chopped • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • 2 tablespoons butter • 1 ¾ cup Arborio rice or short grain rice • 3 ½ cups beef broth plus ½ cup water heated or vegetable broth • Salt and freshly ground white

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, October 27, 2017

Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen

THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on several roll calls on overriding some of Gov. Charlie Baker’s cuts of $320 million in spending in the $39.4 billion fiscal 2018 state budget. A two-thirds vote in both branches is needed for a veto to be overridden. The House has restored the entire $320 million and the Senate has restored only $75.8 million but plans to override other vetoes in the coming weeks. House and Senate Democratic leaders say Baker’s cuts would hurt many people including the sick, seniors, children and minorities. The governor and GOP leaders question if the state can afford to restore all this funding. Some Republicans said that because of this uncertainty they voted to sustain all of Gov. Baker’s vetoes,

even though it meant voting against restoring funding for many good programs they would otherwise have supported. $2.5 MILLION FOR HIV AND AIDS (H 3800) Senate 37-0, overrode a reduction of $2.5 million (from $30,834,416 to $28,334,416) for HIV, AIDS, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections and tuberculosis programs. (A “Yes” vote is for funding the $2.5 million.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

$275,000 FOR PROSTATE CANCER (H 3800) Senate 37-0, overrode a reduction of $275,000 (from $550,000 to $275,000) for prostate cancer awareness, education and research programs focusing on men with African-American, Hispanic or Latino heritage, family history of the disease and other men at high risk. (A “Yes” vote is for funding the $275,000.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

$200,000 FOR STROKE

PROGRAMS (H 3800) Senate 36-1, overrode a cut of the entire $200,000 for stroke treatment and prevention programs. (A “Yes” vote is for funding the $200,000. A “No” vote is against it.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

$100,000 FOR DOWN SYNDROME PROGRAMS (H 3800) Senate 37-0, overrode a cut of the entire $100,000 for a Down Syndrome Program at the Children’s Medical Center at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. (A “Yes” vote is for funding the $100,000.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

$1.1 MILLION FOR RECOVERY HIGH SCHOOLS (H 3800) Senate 37-0, overrode a reduction of $1.1 million (from $3.6 million to $2.5 million) for recovery high schools -public schools where students can earn a high school diploma and are supported in their recovery from alcohol and drug use.

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(A “Yes” vote is for funding the $1.1 million.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

$150,000 FOR JOB TRAINING FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES (H 3800) Senate 36-1, overrode a cut of the entire $150,000 for an employment training program for unemployed young adults with disabilities. (A “Yes” vote is for funding the $150,000. A “No” vote is against funding it.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes

HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regular-

ly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of October 16-20, the House met for a total of 36 minutes and the Senate met for a total of seven hours and three minutes. MON.OCTOBER 16 House11:03 a.m. to11:20 a.m. Senate 11:10 a.m. to11:28 a.m. TUES. OCTOBER 17 House11:03 a.m. to11:09 a.m. No Senate session WED.OCTOBER 18 Bo House session No Senate session THURS.OCTOBER 19 House10:58 a.m. to11:11 a.m. Senate 11:01 a.m. to 5:46 p.m. FRI.OCTOBER 20 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com

JOHN POWERS | from page 14 take and the choices we make in the coming years will determine whether we reach our great economic, commercial, and civic potential. In order to reach that potential, our city needs visionary, creative, and disciplined leadership. I believe my record and experience, my leadership qual-

1. When is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month? 2. On Oct. 27, 1938, what strong synthetic fiber was given a name? 3. Who was the writer and host of TV’s “The Twilight Zone”? 4. In what city was Hitchcock’s movie “Vertigo” set? (Hint: bridge) 5. In “East of Eden” who wrote “And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good”? 6. The new baseball team the Cincinnati Red Stockings beat all their opponents (57-0) when: 1869, 1895 or 1911? 7. Where did Orpheus go to rescue his wife? 8. In “Jane Eyre” who wrote “I would always rather be happy than dignified”? 9. On Oct. 29, 1923, the Broadway musical “Runnin’

ities and tireless work ethic, and my vision for continued progress in economic development, education, public safety, and capital improvements, make me ideally positioned to continue to serve you and this city. I humbly ask you, Ward 5 residents, for your vote on Tuesday, November 7.

Wild” debuted what dance? 10. What British writer wrote “Dracula”? 11. What was the first vampire film? 12. On Oct. 30, 1938, who caused panic by broadcasting “War of the Worlds” by H.G. Wells? 13. Which two U.S. states have the most moose? 14. What was the mythological dog Cerberus’s job in the underworld? 15. “Call me Ishmael” opens what book? 16. In fox hunting what is a mask? 17. On Nov. 1, 1941, Rainbow Bridge opened where? 18. Pumpkins belong to what plant family? 19. What were jack-o’-lanterns originally made from? 20. On Nov. 2, 1889, what two areas became U.S. states?

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“Beechwood” Funeral Home, Revere on Monday, October 23 and again on Tuesday morning before leaving in procession to St John the Evangelist Church, Winthrop for a Funeral Mass in celebration of John’s life. Late U.S. Air Force Korean War Veteran and lifelong member of the American Legion Revere. Interment will be in St. Bernard’s Parish Cemetery, Concord, MA. In lieu flowers donations may be made in John’s name to Autism Speaks East 33rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10016. For guest book www.vazzafunerals.com Vazza Funeral Home.

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t 91 years, in Revere, formerly of Leicester, Ma., following a brief illness, Oct. 15. Beloved husband of 30 years to Louise M. (Cardillo). Dear father of Deborah L. Puglia of Tewksbury & James B. Dorr of Brookline. Devoted grandfather of Jessica & Laura Puglia, Amanda, Claire, Ian & Olivia Hickey. Also lovingly survived by his great grand-daughter Isabella“Izzy”& also survived by James Hickey of Revere, John Hickey & wife Marie of Somerville & Gary Hickey of Wakefield. Devoted brother of the late Raymond P. Dorr Jr., Robert & Nancy Dorr. Many faithful nieces & nephews also survive him. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere on Saturday, October 21. Interment held privately. Decorated Navy Veteran of WWII & active member of the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center of Revere. Retiree of Vesper Country Club of Tyngsboro and the Wonderland Dog Track (Food Service). In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA. 01701. Please visit www.VertuccioandSmith.com

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n Revere, formerly of Boston’s North End, October 15 at 95 years. Beloved & dedicated husband of 67 years to Mildred T. (Bucci). Devoted father of Louis J. Rossi Jr. & wife Joan A. of Saugus, Cathy A. Cecere & husband Daniel of Revere, Mildred T. Cooke & husband Donald of Wakefield & the late Richard Rossi. Also lovingly survived by his 10 adoring grandchildren & 6 great grandchildren. Many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews also survive him. He was the dear brother of 8 late siblings. Services were held privately. Army Veteran of WWII. Retired Supervisor for MassPort Authority for 30 years. Proud member of the “Pride in Boston-Boston Red Sox”. Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals of Revere were honored to have cared for Mr. Rossi & his endearing family. Please visit www.VertuccioandSmith.com

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f Billerica, formerly of Revere, October 18, 2017, age 74. Beloved husband of Barbara A. (Normile) Maslin. Devoted father of Matthew Maslin and his wife, Melissa, of Watertown, Kelly Maslin of Lowell and Andrew Maslin and his wife, Linda, of Sarasota, FL. Also survived by his loving granddaughter, Emma Maslin. Services held in the Burns Funeral Home, Billerica on Saturday, October 21. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Thomas’s name to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, 17 Court St., Boston, MA 02108. U.S. Marine Veteran and retired Vice President of TD Bank. www.burnsfuneralhomes.com

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f North Reading formerly of Revere, passed away peacefully on October 20th, 2017 at Sunrise Assisted Living in Lynnfield at 90 years of age. Wife of the late Ben LaRosa. Loving sister of George Tkachuk of Revere, Philip Tkachuk and his wife Karin of West Peabody, Judie Giannetto of North Read-

ing. Sister-in-law Jean Tkachuk of Dennis and the late Lillian Grady, and Leon, Edward, Walter and Paul Tkachuk. Ray was affectionately known as “Auntie Raia” by her many loving nieces and nephews and was adored and loved by Lloyd Dickson of Deltona, FL. Funeral was held from the Cota Funeral Home, North Reading, on Tuesday, October 24. Funeral Services were held at the chapel at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Entombment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. In lieu of flowers, donations

may be made in Ray’s memory to All Care Hospice, 210 Market Street, Lynn, MA 01901 or to the Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverly Oaks Road. Waltham, MA 02452. Ray had an engaging personality, a happy disposition and was pleasant and kind to all, even when she no longer could speak due to her advancing Alzheimer’s disease. She had a big smile and shoulder shimmy to greet her caretakers, family and friends. Ray had a long

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FOR SALE SAUGUS ~ 1 bedroom condo, remodeled bath, pool, biking and walking trail steps away., conveniently located ...........................$189,900

SAUGUS Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!!

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, October 27, 2017  
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