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Clowning Around Along The Watchtower Local Artist Joe Boruchow At Town Hall Picnic Creates Brand New Mural At 9th & Dickinson Street In Pt. Breeze See page 2 See Page 2

BRAD Carney, of City Mural Arts Project, and local artist Joe Boruchow install last pieces of new City mural at 9th & Dickinson. “The Watchtower” will be completed this weekend, according to its artist, Boruchow, who resides at 10th & Ritner Streets. Photo by Rory McGlasson

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Pumpkin Carving On South Broad Street Last Saturday afternoon, for the second year in a row, The South Broad Street Neighbors Association, provided a little “Halloween Wars” fun for the community with the Great Pumpkin Carve held in front of Methodist Hospital, Broad & Ritner Streets. All the pumpkins and carving kits were provided by the group. “We’re very grateful to Methodist Hospital for providing the tables and chairs”, said Peter Zutter, President of SBSNA. “The pumpkins, we bought at the Food Distribution Center. Every pumpkin here has had the top cut for a lid and the innards removed. We worked hard getting these pumpkins ready to go.” The tradition of carving a jack o’ lantern

goes back to Ireland and has many variants. The name comes from an Irish folktale about a man named Stingy Jack and his conquering of the Devil. Large turnips and beets were hollowed out and a grotesque face was carved in. A stump of a candle was put inside. These were either used as actual lanterns or were placed along hedges to scare unsuspecting travelers with the disembodied heads. “We want to keep the tradition alive,” said Zutter. “We help out the carvers if they need it. We use stencils to make the face which makes it a lot easier to carve. Many kids never had the opportunity to carve a pumpkin and many parents never did it either.”

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Point Breeze, Grays Ferry Civic Host Town Hall Picnic A slew of city officials and state elected officials as well as civic leaders met with families at town-hall picnic last weekend. Point Breeze Community Neighborhood Partnership held its Third Friday meeting at Smith playground with over 100 neighbors coming out to the Fall picnic. PBCN, a neighborhood non-profit organization, was founded nearly 20 years ago

by former State Rep. Harold James, who was one of the community leaders speaking at last Friday’s event, which featured free barbecue, face painting and line dancing. Every third Friday of the month, PBCN members along with city and state officials, business owners and concerned citizens gather to glean information to transform the overall lifestyles for the betterment of each neighborhood. Civic leaders including Rahim Islam, State Rep. Jordan harris, Sen. Anthiny Williams, Tamika and Lane, Councilman Kenyatta Johnson , Albert Littlepage, Tiye Thompson attend townhall meeting at Smith Playground.

Boruchow Creates ‘Watchtower’ Mural At 9th & Dickinson

DAHMEER Gaines, 10, of Reggie ES gets his face painted at Smith Playground. Photos by Rory McGlasson

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A South Philadelphia artist is close to completing a installation of the City's newest mural. Joe Boruchow, of 9th & Ritner Streets, will finish the mural: “The Watchtower” by the weekend. Boruchow, says his black and white paste-up depicts the people old and new of the neighborhood. The monochrome artwork

lives adjacent to the post office on Dickinson Street. At the center of mural is a woman pushing a stroller, but Boruchow prefers to call it a pram, as in the British baby carriage. The black and white colors are striking, especially on a dull Britishesque day in South Philadelphia, such as on Wednesday morning when Brad Carney was helping artist Boruchow

finish the last section. Boruchow has been working on the installation for the last two weeks. Burochow came up with the concept in June 2013. It should be completed by the weekend. Carney, who works for the City Mural Arts Program, who sponsored the installation, said a dedication is set for Nov. 14.

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Dear Philadelphians, The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and epecting different results

On Tuesday, it’s time to stop the insanity and actually get some different results.

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by Joe Shaheeli We hope we’re wrong, but all the signs point to the fact almost 90% of you voters will not be casting your ballot next Tuesday, Nov. 5. Don’t tell me I’m full of whatever, but based on the signs of voter interest evidenced by applications for absentee ballots, we could see a record low turnout, between 9 to 11%. That’s the feeling shared by Acting Superintendent of Elections Tim Dowling, who has been doing double duty at the helm of the Registrations Division of the City Commissioners. His office has mailed out 4,940 absentee ballot applications to eligible voters overseas. Another 1,209 applicant requests were turned in by locals. As of last Friday, only 572 absentee ballots were turned in. Dowling said, “I’m hoping I am wrong and maybe a surge State Representative

will come in the next few days, but unless the general media hypes up this election, we are heading for a record low turnout.” Doc’s Panzer Divisions Ready For Primary

A turnout at the Palm for a fundraiser in honor of former Councilman and Ward Leader Dan Savage was promoted by Business Manager of IBEW Local 98 John J. Dougherty, also a ward leader. It was a declaration of war for a primary seat that normally would not be challenged. Dougherty made it obvious Savage would be challenging State Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-Kensington) for the 2nd Senatorial Dist. seat. Sen. Tina will be seeking her sixth fouryear term in the coming primary. Though wheelchair-bound by a freak boating accident, she has not been hindered in her work in the Senate and her district.

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POWER brokers stand behind candidacy of Danny THROWING their support to Danny Savage for State Senate in the 2nd Senatorial Dist. Savage, 3rd from left, in his coming include Mark Sheppard, Fred Santarelli, Shannon challenge to State Sen. Tina Tartaglione McClure, Savage, former City Councilman; Hon. are Marnie Aument-Loughrey; Donna Gene Cohen; and labor and Ward Leader John J. Aument, 33rd Ward Leader; and Pat Photos by Maria Merlino Parkinson, 57th Ward Leader. Dougherty. Tartaglione will now face Dougherty admits he used tive seat primary which pits her toughest challenge in 20 his financial resources and man State Rep. Ed Neilson against years if party leaders cannot get power to deny City Commis- State Rep. John Sabatina, Jr. Savage out of the race. sion Chairlady Marge (both D-Northeast). Neilson is Tartaglione’s diverse 2nd Dist. Tartaglione her seat in 2011. like a blood brother to Doc and stretches from Kensington north That was because she supported blood will run in this battle. Unto Bustleton. She is responsible Marty Bednarek against Bob less, of course, the powers to be for legislation boosting mini- Henon, his choice in the 6th come up with a settlement – a mum wage in the State in 2007, Dist. Council race, which seat for one, a plum for the long before the Feds got around Henon won. other. to it. Savage, Democratic leader The third arena requiring his Savage presently works for of the 23rd Ward, won a special attention dovetails with the the Pennsylvania Turnpike election for City Council’s 7th Sabatina-Neilson battle, since Commission. District seat in 2006 with sup- he is reportedly pushing State port from his fellow ward lead- Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-NorthState Representative ers. But Maria Quiñones east) to take the 13th CongresStephen Kinsey Sánchez beat him in the primary sional Dist. 201st Legislative District a year later and again in the Those who know Johnny 5537 Germantown Ave 2011 primary. Doc best believe he’ll lend help Phila PA 19144 Dougherty will be heavily where needed to friends who Phone: 215-849-6592 Fax: 215-560-1824 involved in the 174th Legisla- may be facing surprising oppowww.pahouse.com/Kinsey

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We are not able to bring you photo coverage of what obviously was a major turnout of Republican backers for the event held by Bob Asher, Rob Gleason and State Rep. John Taylor in honor of GOP District Attorney candidate Danny Alvarez at Union League. When our staff arrived, we were politely told, “no pics”. Whatever Asher does, he does well, as you can see by his candies flying off shelves around holidays. So we believe some of the money may be going to fund a television blitz. Then, of course, there is the need for street money, and the GOP is fielding a stronger force election day then they have in past years. (Cont. Next Page) Representative

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(Cont. From Prev. Page) It’s Judge Jack McVay Vs. Vic Stabile

Knox Is In Mayoral Race For Real

Maybe this is Tom Knox’s time to take a run at winning the Democratic primary for Mayor. He’s learned from past mistakes. He’s taking the time to learn how to better project in front of a television audience, how to be more of a smoothie in crowds and to develop a warmer personality than he has projected. His campaign team is already on board. Money seems to be no object and veteran campaigner attorney George

MEMBERS of General Assembly can be seen here welcoming ladies of Penna. Federation of Democratic Women for their annual Ladies In Blue conference. Seated is State Sen. Tina Tartaglione. Phila’s Gwendolyn Collins is president of group. Photo by Dave Fetter

Bochetto is one of his campaign consultants. With the public tired of ever-hiking fees, higher taxes, and poorer services, the electorate could be led to believe, with a clever television campaign, it’s time to put a businessman at the helm of city government. However, word on the street is he’s going to have fierce competition, from frontrunners City Controller Alan Butkovitz and State Sen. Anthony Williams (D-W. Phila.). State Rep.

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Both have been traveling around the city and addressing various groups, in the performance of their duties. Group Singles Castille For ‘No’ Retention Vote

State-government reform advocates are pressing for a “no” vote on retention of Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille in the Nov. 5 general election. Castille, who is 69, will be required to retire at age 70 if he is retained. State Rep.

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Only a man with the stamina of State Sen. Michael Stack (DNortheast) can make it happen. But this past week he attended three ribbon-cutting ceremonies. Now that he has declared for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor, see him to be doing more traveling outside his senatorial district. In one day, he opened Klein JCC Dental Center, followed by ribbon-cutting at Pulaski Park for the Delaware River trail, and a final kickoff for a Wills Eye Hospital facility.

Attorney Sam Stretton, fresh from a victory ordering restitution for former Traffic Court Judge Michael Lowry, who now will be paid his full salary while he fights criminal charges, has filed a brief on behalf of the three Democratic Traffic Court candidates who were nominated for that court this spring, only to have the Supreme Court wipe it out. He contends this is a violation of separation-of-offices power, the SC usurping the authority of the legislature. In our eyes, those who won those seats should now be running for office in the Nov. 5 general election. Then they should sit in Traffic Court hearing cases until their duly elected terms run out.

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The Inquirer never seems to get it right when it comes to state politics. More times than not they will ignore a favorite son for someone else. This time they’ve endorsed Republican Vic Stabile of Cumberland Co. for Superior Court. It really would have been nice to see on the ballot the name of Judge Joe Waters, but alas, Philadelphians didn’t come out in enough numbers to enable him to be the Democrat challenging Stabile. Maybe next time, Joe.

punishment for endorsing that notorious pay increase. That was eight years ago, however. It remains to be seen if voters’ memories will stretch that far back in Castille’s case.

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Rock The Capital, a nonpartisan, voter-education organization that was founded in 2005 in reaction to the controversial passage in the General Assembly of pay raises for its members as well as for statewide judiciary, is carrying on its website a plea for voters to deny Chief Justice Castille. It was written by Tom Potts, who helped found another anti-establishment group, Democracy Rising PA. Watchdog Potts excoriated the Chief Justice as having “distinguished himself for poor judgment, legal sleight-ofhand, intemperance, doublestandards of conduct, and allowing corruption in our courts to flourish.” Potts cited Castille’s decision that his own pay raise was constitutional in 2005 as one reason for a “no” vote. Normally judicial retention votes are a sure thing for incumbents. But Castille’s fellow Philadelphian Justice Russell Nigro was actually turfed by voters in the November 2005 election as


CATCH continues to do well what it has been doing when it first came into being in over 30 years ago. Headquartered in the 1400 block of Lombard Street, the non-profit was founded by Ray Pescatore, who still remains at the helm. Through the years it has spread throughout the city and South Philadelphia with a mission to help those suffering from depression and other mental problems. This past week it marked October as National Depression Screening Month, inviting those who felt the need to come to CATCH’s Carlisle Recovery Program, at 14000 block of Reed Street. A professional staff, including doctors, was on hand to advise those who are suffering from depression. Since bipolar victims, and those suffering from mental depression and other disorders, come in all ages, CATCH has programs tailored

POTENTIAL patients find themselves in one-on-one meetings, at ease, and able to CATCH’S Mental Health Dir. John Bumbaca leave if they wish. In photo are staffers shares moment with staffers on 2nd floor of Rachel Barrick, Maurice Hoard and Betty Lou Turner. huge complex at 1400 Reed Street. to the various age groups. Patients come as walk-ins, us to help them to more re“Our goal,” says Dir. of Adult or referred by families or by sourceful lives.” Mental Health Services hospitals. An average intake The word CATCH is an Michael P. Galvin, MEd, is to can be anywhere from 30 to abbreviation of Citizens Actcreate “an environment that 50 applicants per day. “That ing Together Can Help, Inc. It empowers people in recovery keeps us busy,” says Betty has proven to be the net to to redefine themselves and Lou Turner, MA, CPRP, who catch those in need of mental succeed in attaining their own is charge of both the Penrose health and mental retardation personal goals and dreams.” Recovery Program, 2400 Pen- services. It also makes accesThousands, through the rose, and the Carlisle Recov- sible aid to the hearing and viyears, have gone to CATCH ery Program, 1400 Reed sually impaired. For more and it has helped almost all re- Street. “But we welcome the information call (215) 755turn to productive lives. chances they provide to allow 0500.

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Alan Butkovitz was first elected Philadelphia City Controller in 2005. Since that time, he has been the City’s chief fiscal watchdog - emphasizing performance audits to save money and generate revenue, while recommending ways for the City to operate more efficiently and effectively. His investigations and audits have found more than $500 million in potential revenues and savings for Philadelphia taxpayers.

He Wins Awards For Sevice:

Bronze Knighton Award: Emergency Medical Services: Strained Resources Creating Major Impediments to Quick Response Time found that EMS units did not arrive to medical destinations on time 40 percent of the time. 2006 – Silver Knighton Award: Condition of Police Facilities found almost all of the City’s police facilities were in poor conditions and required much-needed maintenance. The prestigious award, named in honor of Dr. Lennis Knighton, recognizes the best performance audit report by a local government audit shop. In 2003, the City Controller’s Office was again presented with the 2002 Knighton Award for its report entitled Review of Pension Payment to Deceased Beneficiaries.

Past Awards include: 2003 –

Review of Pension Payment to Deceased Beneficiaries (Knighton Award) 2002 – Recognition of Exemplary Teamwork in Conducting Joint Federal, State and Local Audits of State Public School Accountability Systems and Methods (President’s Council on Integrity & Efficiency Award) 2000 - City Hall Revitalization — A Plan Report (Special Projects award) 1999 - Philadelphia: A New Urban Direction (Special Project Award) 1997 - Mid-Year Economic and Financial Report (Special Project Award) 1996 – On-line Office (LibertyNet’s Site of the Month for November) 1995 - Controller’s Office’s 9-1-1 Emergency System Audit (finalist for a Knighton Award)

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2012 - Award of Excellence: The National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) recognized the Controller’s Office for developing and launching the Philly WatchDog app - the nation’s first app allowing citizens to report fraud and waste directly to a government entity. “The interface is extremely intuitive. Being able to upload video or pictures at a touch of a button is perfect,” said a NAGC judge. The app is available for all Apple and Android devices. 2010-2011 - Gold Medal for Best Website: Remarks from the ALGA judges included, “The website for the City of Philadelphia Office of the Controller was clear, informative, engaging, and easy to navigate. The site is well-organized and features timely information. The prominent use of news links and press releases draw readers into reports and the site effectively uses various types of media to convey information. Overall, it is an excellent website.” 2009 – Silver Knighton Award: Review of New Water Billing System found that the City’s Revenue Department’s water billing system did not meet the financial reporting needs of the City and after one year in operation, revenue collections had not improved. The audit also found that delinquent customer accounts continued to increase and grow older. 2008 – Silver Knighton Award: Subway Safety: Protecting Our Citizens that helped bring awareness to youth and homeless crime in the City’s underground transportation system. The award was presented because the audit effectively displayed the security risks in the subway, clearly demonstrating why the public is at risk, and provided recommendations that identify meaningful ways to reduce the targeted risk.

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Another Opinion Psych Bed Shortage have nowhere to go, and sometimes have to wait for hours or days to receive a psychiatric evaluation after showing up in an emergency department,” says Dr. MacLeod. “If a tracking system could be developed to let us know where beds are available, then we could get these patients to the right treatment environment in a timely, patient focused fashion.” The issue was presented by the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society; and Pennsylvania Medical Society Specialty Leadership Cabinet. The organizations hope to gather key stakeholders, including the State Dept. of Health and the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, to develop a real-time voluntary reporting system of available psychiatric and substance-use detoxification beds by region.

Oct. 31- C o u n c i l w o m a n Cindy Bass hosts Crime & Safety Community Mtg. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Ch., 6340 N. Broad at Chelten Ave. For info (215) 686-3423. Nov. 1- Democratic 1st Ward Leader John J. Dougherty hosts Fundraiser at Chickie’s & Pete’s, 1100 Pattison Ave., 6-9 p.m. Tickets available at door $100. Checks payable to New Generation 1 PAC. Nov. 2- Concerned Irish Americans of Phila. host “Race to Election” at Parx Racing E., 2000 Street Rd., 12-6:30 p.m. $100 includes buffet and beverages. Local 98’s John J. Dougherty is honored guest. For info Bobby Gormley (215) 4323167. Nov. 3- Annual Peppers & Eggs pre-election rally at Doc’s Union Pub, 2nd & Mifflin Sts., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Honoring judicial candidate Henry Lewandowski. Tickets $25.

Nov. 3- Councilman Mark Squilla at Eagles vs. Raiders at McFadden’s, Citizens Bank Pk., 4-7 p.m. Tickets $50. Food, beverage, parking included. RSVP Lindsey (267) 275-2120. Checks and credit cards accepted at door. Nov. 3- 50,000 motorcyclists, sponsored by Del. Valley Chapter of Alliance of Bikers Aimed Towards Education, will be led by Santa Claus and Justice Seamus McCaffery, starting at noon. Bikers will ride from Penn’s Landing at Columbus Blvd. to Piazza at Schmidt’s in Northern Liberties to deliver toys to US Marine Corp for “Toys For Tots” program. Nov. 5- Election Day. Need we say more? Nov. 6- State Rep. Rosita Youngblood presents senior information at Opportunity Towers, 17th & Hunting Pk. Ave., 6-7:30 p.m. For info (215) 849-6426. Nov. 7- Sons of Italy St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi Lodge sponsors Bus Trip to PARX Casino, 1st bus at 7th & Carpenter Sts., 12:30 p.m., 2nd bus at Broad & Reed Sts., 12:45 p.m.; return 6 p.m.

Free parking at Baldi Fun. Ho. lot, Broad & Reed Sts. Tickets $35. For info Ann Mullen (267) 259-3674 or Victor Baldi (215) 888-7051. Nov. 7- 40th Birthday Celebration for City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson at Warwick Hotel (Grand Ballrm.), 220 S. 17th St., 6-9 p.m. $50 Activist, $100 Young Professional (under 40), $250 Friend, $500 Supporter, $1,000 Sponsor, $5,000 PAC Sponsor. For info wanda@citizensforkenyattajohnson.com. Nov. 7- State Rep. John Taylor chairs Reception Fundraiser for Portside ArtsMobile at 2531 E. Lehigh Ave., 6-8 p.m. Student art exhibits, refreshments. Guests $100, Couples $175, Sponsors $250, Patrons $500, Benefactors $1,000. Nov. 8- State Rep. Brian Sims hosts Veterans at Breakfast at Broad Street Ministry, 315 S. Broad St., 9-11 a.m. RSVP Anna (215)246-1501. Nov. 10- Councilman Jim Kenney hosts big screen watching of Eagles Vs. Packers at Finnigan’s Wake, 537 N. 3rd St., 12-4 p.m. Tickets $20 available at door.

Nov. 14- Carol Tamburino honored by League of Women Voters at Union League, 140 S. Broad St. Tickets $100. For info Jody L. Bender (215) 251-8283. Nov. 22- Asian Federation of the US hosts Banquet & Police Night at Imperial Inn, 142 N. 10th St. For info (215) 5341140. Dec. 9- United Republican Cl. hosts Gov. Tom Corbett at Society Hill Sheraton, Front & Dock Sts., 6-8 p.m. For info John H. Morley, Jr. (215) 389-1768. Dec. 13-15- Penna. Society weekend in New York City’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Guest of honor at banquet on 14th is VP Joe Biden.

LETTERS Excellent Rally This looked like a very positive event (“Democrats Pack Sheet metal Hall For Annual Pre-Election 1 Rally”, Oct. 24). I hope that we can increase turnout for this election by any means necessary. Michael Bell

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There’s a lack of psychiatric beds in Pennsylvania, and it’s placing undue stress on hospital emergency departments, according to doctors across the state. Meeting at the Pennsylvania Medical Society’s annual House of Delegates in Hershey on Oct. 26-27, more than 200 physicians voted to address the issue by endorsing the development of a voluntary shared bed tracking system for behavioralhealth and detoxification beds across the Commonwealth. “The demand for behavioral-health services on an acute basis has been skyrocketing at the same time as funding for community resources such as long-term behavioral-health facilities has been shrinking,” says Bruce A. MacLeod, MD, president of the Pennsylvania Medical Society and a practicing emergency-medicine physician in Pittsburgh. “These patients essentially

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Outside of our readership there exists a mass of humanity which has little insight into how politics impacts on their very lives. For instance, tell them the quality of air they breathe depends on someone’s political agenda, or the cost of the coat they just bought would have been cheaper had the political leadership not imposed a tariff – and they’d shrug or scratch their heads and walk away. So the chasm between the electorate and those who seek office or are in office has grown ever deeper, ever wider. The voters and their homegrown community leaders may do all the moaning and groaning they care to, but they are impeded by their inability or lack of desire to become active participants in the political process itself, serving as a committeeperson and going up the ranks to ward leader and then perhaps elected office. In a way, we believe this has contributed to the increasing disinterest in those citywide row-office races that are so important to the welfare of this city and its inhabitants. All elected offices are essential. Each has an effect on some portion of our lives, truly from birth to death. Who do we blame? Ourselves, dumbed-down television, sports mania, or the schools. We know, from experience, anyone can run for elected office, be an underdog and win. What’s missing are more of these people, the challengers who could whip up voter interest and keep incumbents on their toes.


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(Cont. From Page 8) Clerical Workers to determine annual COLA (see http://www.ssa.gov/oact/STAT S/cpiw.html). The rationale for switching to chained CPI method is that individuals change spending habits by adjusting purchases – e.g., spending less on items such as gasoline, consumer goods, or certain food items, and substituting less-expensive items. Switching to a “chained” CPI would reduce the COLA every Social Security recipient

would receive in future years. According to the Congressional Budget Office, “chained CPI may understate growth in the cost of living for some groups,” citing to evidence indicating “that the cost of living grows at a faster rate for the elderly than for younger people, in part because changes in health-care prices play a disproportionate role in older people’s cost of living.” See http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default /files/cbofiles/ attachments/ 44083_ChainedCPI.pdf. The CBO reviewed a measure of inflation called the CPIE, which gives greater weight

to health-care costs and other goods/services seniors consume in greater numbers. The CBO found that, since 1982, inflation as measured by the CPI-E has been 0.2% higher, on average, than inflation measured by other CPI methods. This mainly reflects the fact that a larger percentage of spending by seniors is for items whose prices rise especially quickly, particularly medical care. Switching to a chained CPI method to calculate COLA will thus adversely impact seniors, whose living costs are rising at a higher rate than their benefits.

(Cont. From Page 8) know how bankruptcy will affect you. It seems easier to stay the course, pay the minimums, and plod along. It may be sort of comfortable, and knowable, but it may be a life sentence of being in debt. You won’t get ahead, for sure, but you don’t have to face the uncomfortable fact you can’t really ever pay off your debts. On the surface, it seems like a rational choice. • It’s allowed by the terms of

the credit-card agreement. • It saves you from looking at the big picture of your finances. • You still have plastic in your wallet. But what’s the real and total cost to you of paying forever? If you decide to live with overwhelming debt, you’ll encounter costs that don’t appear on your balance sheet. Being in debt is stressful. Stress makes you stupid. That’s right: Financial stress causes a loss of IQ. It’s not that it is the stupid who get into debt. It’s not that getting into debt was necessarily stupid. The stress caused by debt reduces your ability to perform intellectually. You make new, bad decisions because of stress. The researchers from Harvard tested IQs in a controlled setting in a shopping mall in New Jersey and in the field in

a farming community in India. Constant worry about paying bills intrudes on your thinking, and diminishes the mental resources you have to apply to all of life’s decisions. In the American lab setting, financially worried subjects lost 13 IQ points. In the field, Indian farmers who got paid just once a year improved their IQ by 25% after the harvest when they had money in their pockets and no immediate money troubles. Wherever it’s found, stress over money makes you less intellectually capable. No matter how you got into debt, being in debt reduces your ability to make good decisions about anything. Therefore, a first step is to recognize your debts may be impairing your thinking. Get the facts, enlist some help, and consider whether the alternatives to living in debt are viable for you.

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Trail To River Is Opened

ONE YEAR after ground was broken, Port Richmond Trail was formally opened Tuesday, leading to delightful view of Delaware River. Mayor Michael Nutter congratulated State Sen. Mike Stack and State Rep. John Taylor for patient advocacy for new green recreation trail.


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INAUGURATING Fall Harvest Festival in Clara Muhammad Park in W. Phila. were Alpha CDC and State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown. Enjoying colorful day in park were Friends of Malcolm X Park President Greg Cojulun, Lowery Brown, Christian Stronghold Baptist Church pastor’s wife Patricia Richardson and Alpha’s Dr. Annette Hampton.

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CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 2013 GENERAL ELECTION BOND QUESTION

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Controller Butkovitz Finds Highly Confidential Records At Risk (Bill No. 130485) Should the City of Philadelphia borrow NINETY-FOUR MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($94,745,000.00) to be spent for and toward capital purposes as follows: Transit; Streets and Sanitation; Municipal Buildings; Parks, Recreation and Museums; and Economic and Community Development?

CONDADO DE PHILADELPHIA ELECCIONES GENERALES DE 2013 Pregunta del Bono de la Ciudad (Proyecto de la Ley No. 130485) ¿Debe la Ciudad de Filadelfia pedir prestados NOVENTA Y CUATRO MILLONES SETECIENTOS CUARENTA Y CINCO MIL DÓLARES ($94,745,000.00) para gastarlos en propósitos primordiales tales como: Tránsito; Calles y Saneamiento; Edificios Municipales, Parques, Recreación y Museos; y el Crecimiento Económico y el Desarrollo de la Comunidad?

City Controller Alan Butkovitz has released a review of the Dept. of Human Services’ Family and Child Tracking Systems that uncovered a lack of security over confidential records, which allowed for consultants and former employees to gain unauthorized access. The DHS’ tracking software contains information on troubled children and youth that is prepared by social workers, health-care professionals and the courts. The list of users that had access to the system included employees separated from the City, one employee separated as far back as 1997. “Unauthorized access increases the risk that confidential data could be compromised and abused,”

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Between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. in all election districts and divisions in the City and County of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania there will be ELECTED by the voters of the City and County of Philadelphia persons to fill the following offices, as certified by the Secretary of the Commonwealth and the Philadelphia County Board of Elections.

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said Butkovitz. In addition, DHS management did not perform security background checks for employees of its software contractors who were involved in the development,

not have a security policy, which allowed for systematic threats for unauthorized software modifications to occur and the risk of lost or compromised data. • Management had not developed a comprehensive contingency plan for restoring critical applications and data, which runs the risk of losing critical data for at risk children. • Computer equipment assigned to DHS staff lacked the necessary capacity to store efficient data entry and retrieval. • Maintenance contracts were not adequately monitored, which resulted in equipment not being serviced due to an expired maintenance agreement.

AVISO DE ELECCIONES GENERALES MARTES, 5 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013 Entre las 7:00 a. m. y 8:00 p. m. en todos los distritos y las divisiones electorales en la ciudad y el condado de Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, los votantes de la ciudad y del condado de Philadelphia ELEGIRÁN personas para cubrir los siguientes cargos según lo certifica el Secretario de la Mancomunidad y el Consejo electoral del condado de Philadelphia. • JUEZ DEL TRIBUNAL SUPERIOR • JUEZ DEL TRIBUNAL DE CAUSAS COMUNES • JUEZ DEL TRIBUNAL MUNICIPAL • OFICINA DEL CONTRALOR DE LA CIUDAD • FISCALÍA DEL DISTRITO • JUEZ DE ELECCIONES • INSPECTOR DE ELECCIONES

• JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT • JUDGE OF COMMON PLEAS COURT • JUDGE OF MUNICIPAL COURT • OFFICE OF THE CITY CONTROLLER • OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY • JUDGE OF ELECTIONS • INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS JUDICIAL RETENTION JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS JUDGE OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT

operation and maintenance of the tracking system. These contractors had the ability to add, delete and modify confidential data. “Providing contractors with open access to highly confidential records on children and their families may result in misuse by irresponsible individuals,” said Butkovitz. According to Butkovitz, ���Background investigations should be addressed as part of the contracting process and should be completed by DHS prior to the start of the work to ensure that only appropriate people have access. Other findings included the following: • DHS had not appointed a security officer and did

RETENCION JUDICIAL JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPREMA JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPERIOR JUEZ DE LA CORTE DE CAUSAS COMUNES JUEZ DE LA CORTE MUNICIPAL

PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS Anthony Clark Stephanie F. Singer Chair, City Commissioners City Commissioner

CONSEJO ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE PHILADELPHIA Anthony Clark Stephanie F. Singer Presidente, Comisionada Municipal Comisionados Municipales

Al Schmidt Vice Chair, City Commissioners

Al Schmidt Vicepresidente Municipales

Tim Dowling Acting Supervisor of Elections

Tim Dowling Supervisor Interino de Commisionados Elecciones Municipales


HAVING a ball at Juniata Golf Club were, from left, 33rd Ward Leader Donna Aument, judicial hopeful Anne Marie Coyle, Marnie Aument-Loughrey and S. Phila. visitor John Photo by Bill Myers Dougherty, Sr.

TREKKING to 33rd Ward affair to thank Donna Aument, 2nd from left, for her support were savvy W. Phila. Ward Leader Pete Wilson to right, escorting retention Judges Paula Photo by Bill Myers Patrick and Joel Johnson.

GENERAL ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013 PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:00 A.M. AND 8:00 P.M. IN ALL ELECTION DISTRICTS OR DIVISIONS IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA There are to be elected by the voters of the City and County of Philadelphia, persons to fill the following offices;

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS 1. ENTER VOTING BOOTH This machine does not have a curtain rod lever. You enter the voting machine by parting and walking through the curtain. If you use a wheelchair, the voting machine will be lowered by the machine operator before you enter. 2. VOTING STRAIGHT PARTY To Vote Straight Party (vote for all candidates of a single political party) press the numbered box in the Political Party box of your choice and the red indicator lights for all candidates of that party will turn on within each of the candidate’s position boxes. The Political Party Boxes are located across the top of the ballot. 3. SELECTING CANDIDATES INDIVIDUALLY If you want to select your candidates individually, press the numbered box within your candidate’s position box and a red light will go on next to the number within your candidate’s position, indicating the names you have selected. 4. CHANGING A SELECTED CANDIDATE If you change your mind after selecting a candidate, and don’t want to vote for a candidate whose light is on, press that candidate’s number again to deselect the candidate and the light will go off. 5. SELECTING A WRITE IN Find the Write-in box for the Office for which you want to write in a candidate’s name. Press the Write-In button in the box. Then press the Large Flashing red button at the top of the machine to open the Write-in Window. Write or Stamp your candidates name on the exposed paper in the window. Then pull the black shutter down over the name you have written, closing the window. 6. VOTING ON A QUESTION Ballot Questions are usually located in the far right hand columns or at the bottom of the machine. Make your selection by pressing either of the buttons. The red light next to the button will turn on indicating your selection. 7. CASTING YOUR BALLOT After you have made all the candidate selections you want, look for the GREEN button labeled VOTE below in the bottom right corner of the machine. When you press the GREEN VOTE button all of your candidate selections will be recorded, all the lights in the voting machine will go out, and you will hear a low bell-tone indicating you are finished. 8. LEAVING THE VOTING MACHINE After you have finished voting by pressing the green VOTE button on the right side of the ballot, the lights inside the ballot door and all of your selection lights will turn off. To leave, part the curtain and exit through the curtain.

QUEEN of the night Donna Aument and daughter Marnie Aument-Loughrey welcome Congressman Bob Brady with Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown and judicial candidate Timika Lane. Photo by Bill Myers IN GOOD company, State Rep. Angel Cruz enjoys protective guard of nun Beth Hughes and Batgirl Bonnie Floyd. Photo by Bill Myers

If you are unable to read, write or speak English well OR you are unable to enter or operate the voting machine, and you need assistance, the law requires that you be permitted to receive assistance from the person you choose, except your employer, an officer of your union, or the Judge of election. POLLING PLACE OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. WWW.PHILADELPHIAVOTES.COM PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS JUNTA DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE FILADELFIA ANTHONY CLARK Chairman City Commissioners Presidente Comisiondos Municipales

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STEPHANIE SINGER City Commissioner Comisionada Municipal

TIM DOWLING Acting Supervisor of Elections Supervisor Interino de la Junta Electoral

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33RD WARD Democrats threw their legendary Halloween bash at Juniata Golf Club, drawing partiers from all over: from left, Ward Leader Pat Parkinson, judicial aspirant Hetzie Lewandowski, Party DCC Chairman Bob Brady, Common Pleas Court Judge Doris Pechkurow, Municipal Court Judge Joe O’Neill, host 33rd Ward Leader Donna Aument Photo by Bill Myers and judicial candidate Marty Coleman.

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Dillon Hosts Party in 66A

ELECCIONES GENERALES MARTES 5 DE NOVEIMBRE DE 2013 ENTRA LAS HORDES DE 7:00 A.M. HASTA LAS 8:00 P.M. EN TODOS LOS DISTRITOS ELECTORALES O DIVISIONES EN LA CIUDAD Y EL CONDADO DE PHILADELPHIA ESTADO DE PENNSYLVANIA Se elegriran, por los votantes de la ciudad y el condado de Philadelphia, a personas que lienaran los siguientes puestos;

INSTRUCCIONES PARA EL VOTANTE 1. ENTRE A LA CABINA DE VOTACION Esta máquina no tiene palanca para el gancho de cortina. Ud. entra a la cabina de votación al separar y caminar tras la cortina. Si Ud. usa silla de ruedas, la máquina dé votación será bajada por el que corre la máquina antes de Ud. entrar. 2. VOTANDO POR LA NOMINA TOTAL DEL PARTIDO Para Votar por la Nomina Total del Partido (vote por los candidatos de un solo partido politico) haga presión sobre el cuadro en el Partido Politico que usted escoja y el indicador rojo quedara alumbrado por todos los candidatos de ese partido quedaran alumbrados dentro de cada posición en cada cuadro de los candidatos. Los cuadros del Partido Politico se encuetran de un lado al otro arriba en la balota. 3. SELECCIONADO CANDIDATOS INDIVIDUALMENTE Si usted desea seleccionar a sus candidatos individualmente, haga presión sobre el cuadró Enumerada dentro de las posición de sus candidato y una luz roja se alumbrara al lado del número dentro de las posición de sus candidato, indicando los nombres que usted haya seleccionado. 4. CAMBIANDO UN CANDIDATO YA SELECCIONADO Si cambia de mente después de haber escogido su candidato, y no quiere votar por un candidato cuya luz está prendida, haga presión en el Número de ese candidate de nuevo para no seleccionar el candidato y la luz se apagará. 5. SELECCIONANDO POR ESCRITO Encuentre la casilla para escoger Por Escrito para el Puesto por el cual Ud. desea escribir el nombre de un candidato. Haga presión sobre el botón de “Por Escrito” en la casilla. Luego haga presión sobre el botón de la Luz Roja Grande en la parte de arriba de la maquina para abrir la Ventanilla de Por Escrito. Escriba o estampe los nombres de sus candidatos en el papel expuesto en la ventanilla. Luego hale el contraventana hacia abajo sobre el nombre que ha escrito, cerrando la ventanilla. 6. VOTANDO POR UNA PREGUNTA Preguntas en la Balota usualmente están localizadas en las columnas a mano derecha. Haga su selección haciendo presión sobre cualquiera de los botones. La luz roja al lado del botón se prenderá indicando su selección. 7. ECHANDO SU BALOTA Después de hacer las selecciones por todos los candidatos que Ud. quiera, encuentre el botón VERDE que dice VOTE abajo en los botones en la esquina derecha de la balota. Cuando Ud haga presión sobre el botón VERDE DE VOTAR todos sus selecciones de candidatos serán archivadas, todas las luces en la máquina de votación se apagarán, y oriá un sonido de timbre bajo indicando que ha terminado. 8. SALIENDO DE LA MAQUINA DE VOTACION Depués de que termine de votar al hacer presión sobre le botón verde de VOTAR en el lado bajo dercho de la balota, las luces dentro de las puertas de la balota y todas las luces de sus selecciones serán apagadas. Para salir, separe la cortina y salga por ella.

66A WARD LEADER Sean Dillon welcomes a gaggle of judicial candidates and ward leaders, Democrat and Republican, to fundraiser held at FOP restaurant in N.E. Phila. Photos by Rory McGlasson

STATE SEN. Tina Tartaglione, her s i s t e r Renee and host Sean Dillon relax at lively affair.

JUDGE JACQUI FrazierLyde is flanked by her husb a n d P e t e r Lyde and 66A Ward Leader Sean Dillon.

Si usted no puede leer, escribir ni hablar ingles bien y necesita ayuda, pidale a los Oficiales del Lugar de Votar si hay un interprete del ingles/espanol disponible. Si no hay un lnterprete del ingles/espanol disponible en su lugar de votar, usted puede llamar al 215-686-1500 para ayuda. Si usted no puede leer, escribir, o hablar ingles bien O si no puede entrar u operar su maquina de votar, y necesita ayuda, la ley requiere que a usted se le permita recibir ayuda de parte de la persona que usted escoja, con acepción a su patrón, o un oficial de su sindicato obrero (unión laboral), o el/la Juez de Elección. URNAS ABREN DE 7 A.M. HASTA 8 P.M

PLUMBERS Local 690’s John Kane and Mike Hines join Sean Dillon at ward party.

WWW.PHILADELPHIAVOTES.COM PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS JUNTA DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE FILADELFIA ANTHONY CLARK Chairman City Commissioners Presidente Comisiondos Municipales

AL SCHMIDT Vice-Chairman City Commissioners VicePresidente Comisiondos Municipales

STEPHANIE SINGER City Commissioner Comisionada Municipal

TIM DOWLING Acting Supervisor of Elections Supervisor Interino de la Junta Electoral

COUNCILMAN at Large Bill Greenlee joins N.E. Phila. Ward Leaders Sean Dillon, Mike McAleer, Pat Parkinson and Bill Dolbow.


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ELECTION NOTICE - POLLING PLACES MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013

Candidates Flock To Shaare Shamayim

CHECK TO SEE IF THERE HAS BEEN A CHANGE IN YOUR POLLING PLACE. IF YOU DO NOT KNOW YOUR WARD AND DIVISION, CALL 686-1590 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: ALL POLLING PLACES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. AN ASTERISK BY THE POLLING PLACE LOCATION INDICATES HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY, EVEN THOUGH A POLLING PLACE HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE PHYSICALLY ACCESSIBLE A VOTER MAY STILL BE UNABLE TO CAST A BALLOT ON THE MACHINE WITHOUT ASSISTANCE DUE EITHER TO THE NATURE OF THE HANDICAP OR THE DESIGN OF THE VOTING MACHINE. HANDICAPPED AND ELDERLY VOTERS WHO ARE VOTING BY MEANS OF AN ALTERNATIVE BALLOT BECAUSE OF INACCESSIBILITY OF THEIR POLLING PLACE MAY RETURN SUCH BALLOTS ON ELECTION DAY TO ROOM 142 CITY HALL NOT LATER THAN 8 P.M.

ATTENDING annual Men’s Club of Congregations of Shaare Shamayim Candidates Breakfast were Dr. Ruth Horwitz; co-moderator; City Controller Alan Butkowitz; GOP challenger Terry Tracy; Rabbi Jean-Claude Klein; GOP DA challenger Dan Alvarez; Anne Marie Coyle, judicial candidate; and Harris Popolow, Men’s Club president. Photo by Steve Korsin

Larry Pitt Honored By Bnai Zion

If your current polling place is not accessible for wheelchairs, and you are aware of a wheelchair-accessible building in your division that you think may be suitable for a polling place, please contact Gary Ferris at 215-686-1523 Legend for Accessibility Code for polling place advertisements: F=Fully Accessible, including designated Handicapped Parking B=Building Accessible, No designated Handicapped Parking N=Building Not Accessible, No designated Handicapped Parking A=Alternative Accessible Entrance. Call 215-686-1523

AVSIO DE ELECCION - LUGARES DE VOTAR ELECCION MUNICIPAL GENERALES MARTES, 5 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013

LARRY PITT, ESQ., Larry Pitt & Associates, was honored by Bnai Zion Foundation attribute dinner at National Museum of American Jewish History, where he received Distinguished Humanitarian Award, presented by Lynne M. Abraham, former DA. From left, Sharona Durry, Bnai Zion Mid-Atlantic director; US Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr.; Phyllis Meloff; and Larry Pitt.

BUSQUE Y VEA SI HA HABIDO ALGUN CAMBIO EN SU LUGAR DE VOTAR. SI USTED NO SABE SU DISTRITO NI DIVISION, LLAME AL 686-1590

PHL – Master Lease and Concession Management Opportunity

HAGA EL FAVOR DE QUEDAR AVISADO: TODOS LOS LUGARES DE VOTAR ESTAN SUJETOS A CAMBIO.

Request for Proposals at Philadelphia International Airport

UN ASTERISCO AL LADO DE LA LOCALIDAD DEL LUGAR DE VOTAR INDICA QUE ES PARA LOS INCAPACITADOS, AUN Y CUANDO IN LUGAR DE VOTAR HAYA SIDO DESIGNADO FISICAMENTE ACCESIBLE, UN VOTANTE QUIZAS NO PODRA VOTAR EN LA BALOTA EN LA MAQUINA SIN AYUDA DADO A LA NATURALEZA DE LA INCAPACIDAD O EL DISENO DE LA MAQUINA DE VOTA. VOTANTES INCAPACITADOS O ENVEJECIENTEDS QUE VOTAN CON UNA BALOTA ALTERNATIVA DADO LA INACCESIBLIDAD DEL LUGAR DE VOTAR PUEDEN DEVOLVER TALES BALOTASEL DIA DE ELECCION AL SALON 142 DE LA ALCALDIA NO MAS TARDE DE LAS 8:00 P.M.

The City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia International Airport, is requesting PROPOSALS from interested firms to enter into a “MASTER LEASE AND CONCESSION MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT” (Reference RFP No. C-102-14). To obtain a copy of this RFP document on or after October 29, 2013, please go to: http://mbec.phila.gov/procurement/bids/C-10214.PDF

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Si corrientemente su lugar de votar no es accesible a las sillas de ruedas, y usted sabe de algún Edificio en su reparto que es accesible a las sillas de ruedas que usted crea que pueda ser adecuado pra un lugar de votar, haga el favor de comunicarse con Gary Ferris al 215-686-1523 Leyenda para el Código de Accesibilidad para los anuncios de los lugares de votar: F=Totalmente accessible, incluyendo Estacionamiento designado para los Incapacitados B=Edificio Accessible, Ningun Estacionamiento designado para los Incapacitados N=Edficio no accessible, Ningun Estacionamiento designado para los incapacitados A=Entrade Alternativa Accesible. Llame 215-686-1523 ANTHONY CLARK Chairman, City Commissioners Presidente, Comisionados Municipales

AL SCHMIDT Vice Chair, City Commissioners Vice Presidente, Comisionados Municipales

STEPHANIE SINGER City Commissioner Comisionada Municipales

Tim Dowling Acting Supervisor of Elections Supervisor Interino de la Junta Electoral

Key Dates: November 15, 2013 – Response to Attendance to Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting 5:00 PM EST* December 3, 2013 – Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting 10:00 AM EST* December 10, 2013 - Final deadline for submitting questions 3:30 PM EST* January 28, 2014 – Proposals to be received by 10:30 AM EST* *Dates subject to change via Addendum to the Request for Proposal posted on http://mbec.phila.gov/procurement/proc.asp.


Job Bank For Residents

WALKING around Akers Ship Building at Navy Base gave Gov. Tom Corbett an appreciation of how strong state investment has turned shipbuilder into a major world producer. To his right is Manny Stamatakis.

Evans Promotes Living The Dream

PINNING pink breast-cancer ribbon back on her own State Rep. John Taylor, Donna Quindlen thanks him for counseling her and friend Barbara VanDeventer on neighborhood problem at his Senior Fair at Cohocksink Rec Center.

Goode Goes To Washington

Hello, Mr. President!

NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CANVASS AND COMPUTATION OF VOTES CAST IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA GENERAL AND SPECIAL ELECTION ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013 WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M. ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 2013 IN THE CITY COMMISSIONERS, 6TH FLOOR HEARING ROOM, RIVERVIEW PLACE, DELAWARE & SPRING GARDEN STS., AND CONTINUE ALL DAY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2013 UNTIL COMPLETED.

AVISO A QUIEN PUEDA INTERESAR: AVISO QUEDA DADO QUE EL ESCRUTINIO Y COMPUTO DE LOS VOTOS EMITIDOS EN LA CIUDAD DE FILADELFIA GENERAL Y ESPECIAL PARA LAS ELECCIONES DEL MARTES, 5 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013 COMENZARA A LAS 9:00 A.M. EN VIERNES, 8 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013 EN LOS COMISIONADOS MUNICIPALES SEXTA PISO SALON DE AUDIENCIA, RIVERVIEW PLACE, DELAWARE AVE. Y SPRING GARDEN ST, Y CONTINUAR TODO EL DIA VIERNES 8 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013 HASTA QUE HAVAN FINALIZADO. PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS JUNTA DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE PHILADELPHIA Anthony Clark Al Schmidt Chair, City Commissioners Vice Chair City Commissioners Presidente, Comisionados Municipales Vice Presidente, Comisionados Municipales Stephanie Singer City Commissioner Comisionado Municipal

Tim Dowling Acting Supervisor of Elections Supervisor Interino de la Junta Electoral

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STATE REP. Dwight Evans hosted his annual Living the Dream expo at Imhotep Institute Charter HS. Here he Councilman at Large W. queries Kenneth Youngblood, owner of five McDonald Wilson Goode, Jr. traveled to restaurants, and Romeo Smith, his supervisor. Jobs were the the nation’s capital last weekagenda. end to discuss innovative ways that elected officials from around the country are strengthening their local economies. The Councilman joined other municipal officials to participate in the second national convening of Local Progress, a national municipal policy network of over 300 elected officials from 40 states dedicated to “broadly-shared CITY Commissioner Chair Anthony Clark set up this infor- prosperity, equal justice under mation booth for visitors to Evans’ expo. Two of his staff law, sustainable and livable Photo by Leona Dixon cities, and good government members responded to voter queries. that serves the public interest effectively.” Goode, a founding board member of Local Progress, moderated a policy discussion on Creating Good Jobs and Community Benefits. “The second convening again brought passionate public servants from around the country,” Goode said. “I was excited to both moderate and participate in a panel discussion on Creating Good Jobs VERY MUCH present at ceremony on campus were trustee and Community Benefits and Gerry Lenfest, Chancellor David Adamny, and Fox School to present my policy work. We of Business Dean Moshe Porat. Photo by Bonnie Squires had an exciting exchange of

fordable housing in quality communities. “Housing is the cornerstone of PHA’s mission and we are committed to preserving and maintaining affordable housing,” said PHA President and CEO Kelvin Jeremiah. “But we’re not just about housing. We’re also furthering education, training and job placement, which is why I am thrilled to announce the launch of our online Section 3 Job Bank for residents. Section 3 is a powerful tool for ensuring that residents are participating and benefiting from PHA activities in their communities.”

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STATE REP. John Taylor helps present winning raffle to senior winner at The Philadelphia Housing his successful senAuthority has launched an onior expo at Conline job bank designed to conshohocken Rec nect public and assisted Center. housing residents with job and training opportunities as part of Housing America Month. The positions are all with PHA contractors and vendors in a variety of different industries. At launch time, PHA was actively recruiting for over 20 open Section 3 positions, ranging from laborers to clerical positions to information systems analysts. Housing America Month is designed to raise awareness of the need for, and the importance of, safe, decent and af-

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Corbett Visits Akers Seniors Turn To Taylor PHA Launches Online


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DISTRICT 01 HEALTH CENTER F N 30 4 1427 CATHARINE ST UNIVERSAL CHARTER SCHOOL F N 30 5 1724 CHRISTIAN ST Y M C A F N 30 6 17TH & FITZWATER STS ANDERSON RECREATION CENTER F N 30 7 1800 LOMBARD ST PENN MEDICINE F H 30 8 2501 LOMBARD ST THE PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL M N 30 9 20TH & CATHARINE STS ARTHUR SCHOOL M L 30 10 1724 CHRISTIAN ST Y M C A F N 30 11 20TH & CATHARINE STS ARTHUR SCHOOL M L 30 12 2309 CARPENTER ST ST ANTHONYS SENIOR RESIDENCE M L 30 13 2309 CARPENTER ST ST ANTHONYS SENIOR RESIDENCES M L 30 14 20TH & CATHARINE STS ARTHUR SCHOOL M L 30 15 20TH & CATHARINE STS ARTHUR SCHOOL M L 30 16 2501 LOMBARD ST THE PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL M N 30 17 2309 CARPENTER ST ST ANTHONYS SENIOR RESIDENCE M L 31 1 2446-48 CORAL ST ARTS HOUSE APTS F L 31 2 2646 KENSINGTON AVE CARDINAL BEVILACQUA CENTER F N 31 3 YORK & TRENTON STS HACKETT SCHOOL M N 31 4 2212-18 E SUSQUEHANNA AVE BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH F N 31 5 2230 TAGGERT ST GARAGE F L 31 6 2204 ARAMINGO AVE DERKA’S AUTOMOTIVE M L 31 7 EDGEMONT & 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AMOS RECREATION CENTER F L 32 9 17TH & NORRIS STS CARVER SCHOOL ENGINR & SCIENCE F L 32 10 3226 CLIFFORD ST VERNON MARKS HOUSE M L 32 11 17TH & NORRIS STS CARVER SCHOOL ENGINR & SCIENCE F L 32 12 2121 GRATZ ST CHURCH OF THE ADVOCATE GYM M L 32 13 1924 N WOODSTOCK ST COMMUNITY CENTER M L 32 14 1924 N WOODSTOCK ST COMMUNITY CENTER M L 32 15 23RD & MONTGOMERY AVE OLD ST ELIZABETHS SCHOOL F L 32 16 23RD & MONTGOMERY AVE OLD ST ELIZABETHS SCHOOL F L 32 17 23RD & MONTGOMERY AVE OLD ST ELIZABETHS SCHOOL F L 32 18 2500 W NORRIS ST JOHNSON HOMES (PHA) M L 32 19 2600 W SUSQUEHANNA AVE CLARA BALDWIN MANOR B L 32 20 29TH & GLENWOOD AVE GIDEON SCHOOL M N 32 21 30TH & BERKS STS BLAINE SCHOOL M L 32 22 32ND & RIDGE AVE STRAWBERRY MANSION SCHOOL F L 32 23 30TH & BERKS STS BLAINE SCHOOL M L 32 24 30TH & BERKS STS BLAINE SCHOOL M L 32 25 30TH & BERKS STS BLAINE SCHOOL M L 32 26 33RD & DIAMOND STS MANDER RECREATION CENTER F N 32 27 33RD & DIAMOND STS MANDER RECREATION CENTER F N 32 28 2500 W NORRIS ST JOHNSON HOMES (PHA) M L 32 29 25TH & DIAMOND STS HANK GATHERS RECREATION CTR M N 32 30 29TH & GLENWOOD AVE GIDEON SCHOOL M L 32 31 3017 W OXFORD ST THE SARTAIN APTS M N 33 1 901 E CAYUGA ST RESTAURANT M H 33 2 J & CAYUGA STS FERKO RECREATION CENTER B L 33 3 HOWLAND & CAYUGA STS JUNIATA YOUTH CLUB M L 33 4 HOWLAND & CAYUGA STS JUNIATA YOUTH CLUB M L 33 5 CASTOR AVE & CAYUGA ST PICCOLI RECREATION CENTER M L 33 6 CASTOR AVE & CAYUGA ST PICCOLI RECREATION CENTER M L 33 7 1500 E HUNTING PARK AVE WATER DEPT LABORATORY N L 33 8 1500 E HUNTING PARK AVE WATER DEPT LABORATORY N L 33 9 L & LUZERNE STS HOPKINSON LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE M L 33 10 L & LUZERNE STS HOPKINSON LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE M L 33 11 J ST & ERIE AVE J STREET CAFE DINING ROOM M N 33 12 J ST & ERIE AVE J STREET CAFE DINING ROOM M N 33 13 L & LUZERNE STS HOPKINSON LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE M L 33 14 L & SEDGELY STS JUNIATA PARK OLDER ADULT CTR F L 33 15 H & TIOGA STS P A L CENTER M L 33 16 J & TIOGA STS SCANLON RECREATION CENTER F N 33 17 ELKHART & HELEN STS WILLARD SCHOOL M N 33 18 ELKHART & HELEN STS WILLARD SCHOOL M N 33 19 H & TIOGA STS P A L CENTER M L 33 20 J & TIOGA STS SCANLON RECREATION CENTER F N 33 21 H & TIOGA STS HARROWGATE PAL CENTER M L 33 22 H & TIOGA STS P A L CENTER M L 33 23 J & TIOGA STS SCANLON RECREATION CENTER F N 33 24 J & TIOGA STS SCANLON RECREATION CENTER F N 34 1 6122 MARKET ST BARBER SHOP M N 34 2 201 N 61ST ST DAYCARE CENTER M N 34 3 59TH & RACE STS BARRY SCHOOL M N 34 4 6131 VINE ST STOREFRONT M N 34 5 520 N 61ST ST BETTERWAY BIBLE CHURCH M N 34 6 61ST & THOMPSON STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 41 F L 34 7 1401 N 60TH ST CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH B N

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23 20 4837 FRANKFORD AVE PATHWAYS CHURCH M N 23 21 DARRAH & FOULKROD STS FIREHOUSE M N 23 22 1655 UNITY ST STEARNE SCHOOL R N 23 23 1655 UNITY ST STEARNE SCHOOL R N 24 1 36TH & POWELTON AVE POWELL SCHOOL R N 24 2 34TH & HAVERFORD AVE DURHAM LIBRARY F N 24 3 34TH & HAVERFORD AVE DURHAM LIBRARY F N 24 4 36TH & FAIRMOUNT AVE MC MICHAEL SCHOOL M N 24 5 36TH & POWELTON AVE POWELL SCHOOL R L 24 6 3901 MARKET ST UNIVERSITY SQUARE F L 24 7 631 N 39TH ST MANTUA HAVERFORD COMM CTR R L 24 8 325 N 39TH ST ROWAN HOUSE F L 24 9 4015-17 POPLAR ST HEAVENLY HALL M L 24 10 25 N 33RD ST THE ARMORY AT DREXEL F L 24 11 34TH & HAVERFORD AVE DURHAM BRANCH LIBRARY F N 24 12 631 N 39TH ST MANTUA HAVERFORD COMM CTR R L 24 13 36TH & FAIRMOUNT AVE MC MICHAEL SCHOOL M N 24 14 4015-17 POPLAR ST HEAVENLY HALL M L 24 15 41ST & BROWN STS BELMONT ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL MN 24 16 41ST & BROWN STS BELMONT ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL MN 24 17 631 N 39TH ST MANTUA HAVERFORD COMM CTR R L 24 18 25 N 33RD ST THE ARMORY AT DREXEL F L 24 19 25 N 33RD ST THE ARMORY AT DREXEL F L 25 1 3068 BELGRADE ST PORT RICHMOND SENIOR CENTER R N 25 2 MEMPHIS & ANN STS MEMPHIS ST ACADEMY CHARTER A N 25 3 3068 BELGRADE ST PORT RICHMOND SENIOR CENTER R N 25 4 INDIANA & ALMOND STS RICHMOND LIBRARY M N 25 5 INDIANA & ALMOND STS RICHMOND LIBRARY M N 25 6 3068 BELGRADE ST PORT RICHMOND SENIOR CENTER R N 25 7 CALL 215-686-1523 CALL 215-686-1523 N N 25 8 3068 BELGRADE ST PORT RICHMOND SENIOR CENTER R N 25 9 3116 FRANKFORD AVE MASTBAUM HIGH SCHOOL M N 25 10 2649 E SOMERSET ST GARAGE M N 25 11 CEDAR & CAMBRIA STS COHOCKSINK RECREATION CENTER F L 25 12 CEDAR & CAMBRIA STS COHOCKSINK RECREATION CENTER F L 25 13 MEMPHIS & ANN STS MEMPHIS ST ACADEMY CHARTER A N 25 14 2646 KENSINGTON AVE CARDINAL BEVILACQUA CENTER F N 25 15 ELKHART & HELEN STS WILLARD SCHOOL M N 25 16 2271-75 E WILLIAM ST FUNERAL HOME N N 25 17 MEMPHIS & ANN STS MEMPHIS ST ACADEMY CHARTER A N 25 18 3116 FRANKFORD AVE MASTBAUM HIGH SCHOOL M N 25 19 ELKHART & HELEN STS WILLARD SCHOOL M N 25 20 ELKHART & HELEN STS WILLARD SCHOOL M N 25 21 3116 FRANKFORD AVE MASTBAUM HIGH SCHOOL M N 25 22 CEDAR & CAMBRIA STS COHOCKSINK RECREATION CENTER F L 25 23 MEMPHIS & ANN STS MEMPHIS ST ACADEMY CHARTER A N 25 24 MEMPHIS & ANN STS MEMPHIS ST ACADEMY CHARTER A N 26 1 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 26 2 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 26 3 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 26 4 BROAD & OREGON AVE MARCONI PLAZA BOCCE COURTS M N 26 5 18TH & JOHNSTON STS BARRY RECREATION CENTER R N 26 6 18TH & JOHNSTON STS BARRY RECREATION CENTER R N 26 7 2437 S BROAD ST FUMO FAMILY BRANCH LIBRARY M N 26 8 2500 S 16TH ST ST MONICAS BOWLING LANES R N 26 9 18TH & JOHNSTON STS BARRY RECREATION CENTER R N 26 10 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-BOCCE BUILDING M N 26 11 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-BOCCE BUILDING M N 26 12 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN RECREATION CENTER M N 26 13 22ND & RITNER STS G.A.M.P. SCHOOL A N 26 14 22ND & RITNER STS G.A.M.P. SCHOOL A N 26 15 22ND & RITNER STS G.A.M.P. SCHOOL A N 26 16 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN RECREATION CENTER M N 26 17 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN RECREATION CENTER M N 26 18 22ND & RITNER STS G.A.M.P. SCHOOL A N 26 19 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN RECREATION CENTER M N 26 20 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 26 21 2437 S BROAD ST FUMO FAMILY BRANCH LIBRARY M N 26 22 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-BOCCE BUILDING M N 26 23 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 26 24 3301 S 20TH ST CALVARY TEMPLE ACADEMY M L 27 1 4247 LOCUST ST FAIRFAX APARTMENTS R N 27 2 4400 BALTIMORE AVE H M S SCHOOL F H 27 3 3609 CHESTNUT ST PENN CARE & REHABILITATION CTR M L 27 4 51ST ST & GREENWAY AVE COMEGYS SCHOOL M L 27 5 3914 LOCUST WALK CIVIC HOUSE/UNIV OF PENNA F N 27 6 42ND & LUDLOW STS ROBESON HIGH SCHOOL M N 27 7 600 S 43RD ST ROSENBERGER HALL/ROOM 100 F N 27 8 3948 WALNUT ST WALNUT ST WEST LIBRARY M N 27 9 3948 WALNUT ST/201 S 40TH ST WALNUT ST WEST LIBRARY M N 27 10 257 S 45TH ST SPRUCE HILL COMM ASSOC M L 27 11 3609 CHESTNUT ST PENN CARE & REHABILITATION CTR M L 27 12 51ST ST & GREENWAY AVE COMEGYS SCHOOL M L 27 13 42ND & LUDLOW STS ROBESON HIGH SCHOOL M N 27 14 257 S 45TH ST SPRUCE HILL COMM ASSOC M L 27 15 48TH & WOODLAND AVE 48TH & WOODLAND REC CTR M L 27 16 48TH & WOODLAND AVE 48TH & WOODLAND REC CENTER M L 27 17 1450 S 50TH ST REBA BROWN SR APTS F H 27 18 3733 SPRUCE ST VANCE HALL F N 27 19 3333 WALNUT ST HILL HOUSE M N 27 20 3910 IRVING ST HARRISON COLLEGE HOUSE F N 27 21 3820 LOCUST WALK UNIV OF PA HARNWELL HOUSE F N 27 22 3417 SPRUCE ST HOUSTON HALL READING ROOM F N 27 23 4247 LOCUST ST FAIRFAX APARTMENTS R N 28 1 22ND & HUNTINGDON STS CECIL B MOORE RECREATION CTR ML 28 2 28TH & DAUPHIN STS WRIGHT SCHOOL F L 28 3 28TH & DAUPHIN STS WRIGHT SCHOOL F L 28 4 32ND & RIDGE AVE STRAWBERRY MANSION SCHOOL F L 28 5 32ND & RIDGE AVE STRAWBERRY MANSION SCHOOL F L 28 6 28TH & DAUPHIN STS WRIGHT SCHOOL F L 28 7 26TH & YORK STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 45 M N 28 8 2450 W SERGEANT ST NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH M N 28 9 32ND & LEHIGH AVE ETHEL ALLEN SCHOOL M L 28 10 32ND & LEHIGH AVE ETHEL ALLEN SCHOOL M L 28 11 32ND & LEHIGH AVE ETHEL ALLEN SCHOOL M L 28 12 32ND & LEHIGH AVE ETHEL ALLEN SCHOOL M L 28 13 2808 W LEHIGH AVE WIDENER BRANCH LIBRARY F L 28 14 2808 W LEHIGH AVE WIDENER BRANCH LIBRARY F L 28 15 2808 W LEHIGH AVE WIDENER BRANCH LIBRARY F L 28 16 2808 W LEHIGH AVE WIDENER BRANCH LIBRARY F L 28 17 2832 N 28TH ST MEDIATOR LUTHERAN CHURCH F N 28 18 22ND & HUNTINGDON STS CECIL B MOORE RECREATION CTR ML

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20 2 1401 N 06TH ST CRUZ RECREATION CENTER M L 20 3 10TH & OXFORD STS DENDY REC CTR M L 20 4 1600 N 08TH ST GRAY MANOR F H 20 5 8TH & DIAMOND STS 8TH & DIAMOND ST REC CTR M L 20 6 1300 W JEFFERSON ST YORKTOWN APARTMENTS R N 20 7 1915 N 11TH ST NORRIS HOMES M L 20 8 1701 N 08TH ST BROWN COMMUNITY CENTER M H 20 9 1915 N 11TH STREET NORRIS HOMES (PHA) M L 20 10 8TH & DIAMOND STS 8TH & DIAMOND ST REC CTR M L 20 11 10TH & OXFORD STS DENDY REC CTR M N 21 1 3815 TERRACE ST PILGRIM ORTHODOX CHURCH M L 21 2 3815 TERRACE ST PILGRIM ORTHODOX CHURCH M L 21 3 7901 HENRY AVE HENRY ON THE PARK/BLDG E M L 21 4 4120 TOWER ST INTERAC OFFICES M N 21 5 SHAWMONT AVE & EVA ST SHAWMONT SCHOOL A L 21 6 128 COTTON ST ST JOSAPHATS CHURCH B L 21 7 175 GREEN LANE NORTH LIGHT COMMUNITY CENTER B L 21 8 201 FOUNTAIN ST HILLSIDE RECREATION CENTER B L 21 9 201 FOUNTAIN ST HILLSIDE RECREATION CENTER B L 21 10 403 RECTOR ST JOURNEYS WAY F L 21 11 235 COTTON ST TONYS GLASS WORKS F L 21 12 175 GREEN LA NORTH LIGHT COMMUNITY CENTER B L 21 13 4799 SILVERWOOD ST CHURCH OF THE LIVING SAVIOUR M L 21 14 RIGHTER & SALAIGNAC STS COOK WISSAHICKON SCHOOL M L 21 15 5301 RIDGE AVE NORTHERN HOME F L 21 16 RIGHTER & SALAIGNAC STS COOK WISSAHICKON SCHOOL M L 21 17 403 RECTOR ST JOURNEYS WAY F L 21 18 403 RECTOR ST JOURNEYS WAY F L 21 19 401 MARTIN ST BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH M N 21 20 401 MARTIN ST BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH M N 21 21 6400 RIDGE AVENUE ROXBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL F L 21 22 RIDGE & CINNAMINSON ST FIREHOUSE M L 21 23 5450 WISSAHICKON AVE CHARTER COURT APARTMENTS F L 21 24 800 WALNUT LANE WALNUT LANE GOLF PRO SHOP F L 21 25 RIDGE AVE & JAMESTOWN ST ROX MEM HOSPITAL AUDITORIUM M L 21 26 RIDGE AVE & JAMESTOWN ST ROX MEM HOSPITAL AUDITORIUM M L 21 27 401 MARTIN ST BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH M N 21 28 6400 RIDGE AVENUE ROXBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL F L 21 29 6730 RIDGE AVE SALVATION ARMY M L 21 30 SHAWMONT AVE & EVA ST SHAWMONT SCHOOL A L 21 31 6400 RIDGE AVENUE ROXBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL F L 21 32 7100 HENRY AVE SAUL HIGH SCHOOL F L 21 33 600 E CATHEDRAL RD CATHEDRAL VILLAGE AUDITORIUM F L 21 34 WISSAHICKON & GRAKYN LA HOUSTON RECREATION CENTER M L 21 35 RIGHTER & SALAIGNAC STS COOK WISSAHICKON SCHOOL M L 21 36 RIDGE AVE & JAMESTOWN ST ROX MEM HOSPITAL AUDITORIUM M L 21 37 RIDGE AVE & JAMESTOWN ST ROX MEM HOSPITAL AUDITORIUM M L 21 38 7100 HENRY AVE SAUL HIGH SCHOOL F L 21 39 8201 HENRY AVE SUMMIT PARK APTS-CLUBHOUSE M L 21 40 6730 RIDGE AVE SALVATION ARMY M L 21 41 DOMINO LA & RIDGE AVE ROXBOROUGH Y M C A M L 21 42 7722 RIDGE AVENUE FIRE ENGINE CO # 66 M L 21 43 705 E CATHEDRAL ROAD ANDORRA BRANCH LIBRARY R H 21 44 WISSAHICKON & GRAKYN LA HOUSTON RECREATION CENTER M L 21 45 600 E CATHEDRAL RD CATHEDRAL VILLAGE AUDITORIUM F L 22 1 6757 GREENE ST SUMMIT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M L 22 2 6757 GREENE ST SUMMIT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M L 22 3 6400 GREENE ST CLIVEDEN CONVALESCENT CENTER F H 22 4 400 W ELLET ST GERMANTOWN JEWISH CENTER R N 22 5 400 W ELLET ST GERMANTOWN JEWISH CENTER R N 22 6 6950 GERMANTOWN AVE GERMANTOWN HOME M H 22 7 6753 GERMANTOWN AVE JESUS IS THE WAY CHURCH M N 22 8 220 W UPSAL ST BLAIR CHRISTIAN ACADEMY M L 22 9 6671 GERMANTOWN AVE ST MICHAELS LUTHERAN CHURCH B L 22 10 220 W UPSAL ST BLAIR CHRISTIAN ACADEMY M L 22 11 GERMANTOWN AVE & CARPENTER LA FIRE ENGINE CO # 9 M N 22 12 GERMANTOWN AVE & CARPENTER LA FIRE ENGINE CO # 9 M N 22 13 6671 GERMANTOWN AVE ST MICHAELS LUTHERAN CHURCH B L 22 14 6445 GERMANTOWN AVE CARING HEART NURSING HOME M N 22 15 6415 MUSGRAVE ST CLIVEDEN HOUSE B N 22 16 6945 GERMANTOWN AVE LOVETT LIBRARY F L 22 17 6945 GERMANTOWN AVE LOVETT LIBRARY F L 22 18 GERMANTOWN & SEDGWICK ST MT AIRY RECREATION CENTER M N 22 19 GERMANTOWN & SEDGWICK ST MT AIRY RECREATION CENTER M N 22 20 CHEW & UPSAL STS EMLEN SCHOOL R L 22 21 CHEW & UPSAL STS EMLEN SCHOOL M L 22 22 CHEW & UPSAL STS EMLEN SCHOOL R L 22 23 610 E MT PLEASANT AVE GERMANTOWN CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY B L 22 24 610 E MT PLEASANT AVE GERMANTOWN CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY B L 22 25 BLAKEMORE & VERNON RDS STENTON TRAIN STATION R L 22 26 6611 ARDLEIGH ST KHETHRA CHARTER SCHOOL R L 22 27 CRITTENDEN & JOHNSON STS A B DAY SCHOOL M L 22 28 CRITTENDEN & JOHNSON STS A B DAY SCHOOL M L 22 29 CRITTENDEN & JOHNSON STS A B DAY SCHOOL M L 23 1 4290 PENN ST SANKOFA ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL R N 23 2 4290 PENN ST SANKOFA ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL R N 23 3 4290 PENN ST SANKOFA ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL R N 23 4 ARROTT & LARGE STS SIMPSON RECREATION CENTER M L 23 5 4634 FRANKFORD AVE FRANKFORD BRANCH LIBRARY M N 23 6 4634 FRANKFORD AVE FRANKFORD BRANCH LIBRARY M N 23 7 4634 FRANKFORD AVE FRANKFORD BRANCH LIBRARY M N 23 8 ARROTT & LARGE STS SIMPSON RECREATION CENTER M L 23 9 OXFORD & WAKELING STS FRANKFORD HIGH SCHOOL M L 23 10 CASTOR & PRATT STS ST JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH M N 23 11 4800 WHITAKER AVE VAIRD-FELTONVILLE YOUTH CLUB F L 23 12 4800 WHITAKER AVE VAIRD-FELTONVILLE YOUTH CLUB F L 23 13 LARGE & DYRE STS STRING THEORY EDMUNDS SCHOOL B N 23 14 2369 ORTHODOX ST AMERICAN LEGION POST 396 B N 23 15 TULIP & WAKELING ST CARMELLA RECREATION CENTER R N 23 16 1655 UNITY ST STEARNE SCHOOL R N 23 17 2006 ORTHODOX ST AMERICAN LEGION POST N N 23 18 1824-26 FOULKROD ST WHITEHALL RES COUNCIL OFFICE M N 23 19 DITMAN & WAKELING ST GAMBRELL RECREATION CENTER M N


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36 40 16TH & WHARTON STS BARRATT SCHOOL M N 36 41 1401 S 16TH ST REED ST PRESBYTERIAN APTS M N 37 1 2265 N 10TH ST EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH F N 37 2 2230 N 13TH ST DAUPHIN ARMS APTS M N 37 3 2411 N 11TH ST FAIRHILL APTS COMMUNITY CENTER F L 37 4 2230 N 13TH ST DAUPHIN ARMS APTS M N 37 5 2411 N 11TH ST FAIRHILL APTS COMMUNITY CENTER F L 37 6 2411 N 11TH ST FAIRHILL APTS COMMUNITY CENTER F L 37 7 2701 N 12TH ST MORRIS CHAPEL BAPT CHURCH M N 37 8 2701 N 12TH ST MORRIS CHAPEL BAPT CHURCH M N 37 9 12TH & CAMBRIA STS 12TH & CAMBRIA RECREATION CTR F L 37 10 12TH & CAMBRIA STS 12TH & CAMBRIA RECREATION CTR F L 37 11 12TH & RUSH STS MASTERY CLYMER CHARTER SCHOOL M L 37 12 12TH & RUSH STS MASTERY CLYMER CHARTER SCHOOL M L 37 13 2428 N FAIRHILL ST EVANGELICAL TEMPLE WORSHIP CTR R N 37 14 8TH & CUMBERLAND STS HARTRANFT SCHOOL M L 37 15 2415 GERMANTOWN AVE HARTRANFT COMM CENTER M N 37 16 6TH & INDIANA AVE POTTER THOMAS SCHOOL M L 37 17 924 W CAMBRIA ST ST MARKS OUTREACH BAPT CHURCH M N 37 18 924 W CAMBRIA ST ST MARKS OUTREACH BAPT CHURCH M N 37 19 6TH & INDIANA AVE POTTER THOMAS SCHOOL M L 37 20 6TH & INDIANA AVE POTTER THOMAS SCHOOL M L 37 21 3018-A N. PERCY ST COMMUNITY CENTER M N 38 1 3226 MC MICHAEL ST ABBOTTSFORD HOMES (PHA) F L 38 2 26TH & ALLEGHENY AVE DEVEREAUX MEMORIAL CHURCH M L 38 3 26TH & ALLEGHENY AVE DEVEREAUX MEMORIAL CHURCH M L 38 4 26TH & ALLEGHENY AVE DEVEREAUX MEMORIAL CHURCH M L 38 5 2331 W CLEARFIELD ST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CENTER M N 38 6 27TH & CLEARFIELD STS SHULER REC CENTER M L 38 7 29TH & CLEARFIELD STS E W RHODES SCHOOL M L 38 8 29TH & CLEARFIELD STS E W RHODES SCHOOL M L 38 9 3416 W ALLEGHENY AVE CHURCH M N 38 10 3416 W ALLEGHENY AVE CHURCH B N 38 11 5450 WISSAHICKON AVE CHARTER COURT APTS F L 38 12 3501 MIDVALE AVE FALLS OF SCHUYLKILL LIBRARY M N 38 13 MIDVALE AVE & CONRAD ST MIFFLIN SCHOOL B L 38 14 MIDVALE AVE & CONRAD ST MIFFLIN SCHOOL B L 38 15 RIDGE & MIDVALE AVE FIRE ENGINE CO # 35 R L 38 16 MIDVALE AVE & CONRAD ST MIFFLIN SCHOOL B L 38 17 5450 WISSAHICKON AVE CHARTER COURT APARTMENTS F L 38 18 3501 MIDVALE AVE FALLS OF SCHUYLKILL LIBRARY M N 38 19 4349 RIDGE AVE FALLS RIDGE APTS COMM CTR F H 38 20 3501 MIDVALE AVE FALLS OF SCHUYLKILL LIBRARY M L 38 21 2331 W CLEARFIELD ST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CENTER M N 39 1 8TH & WOLF STS KEY SCHOOL N N 39 2 2604 S 04TH ST SEAFARERS UNION HALL M N 39 3 2455 S 03RD ST OFFICE N N 39 4 927 JOHNSTON ST MASTERY THOMAS CHARTER SCHOOL B N 39 5 3RD & MIFFLIN STS FURNESS SCHOOL A N 39 6 3RD & MIFFLIN STS FURNESS SCHOOL A N 39 7 2ND & SNYDER AVE WHITMAN BRANCH LIBRARY M N 39 8 300 SNYDER AVE SNYDER AVE CONGREGATION CHURCH B N 39 9 4TH & SNYDER STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 53 M L 39 10 501 JACKSON ST JACKSON PLACE F H 39 11 2604 S 04TH ST SEAFARERS UNION HALL M N 39 12 927 JOHNSTON ST MASTERY THOMAS CHARTER SCHOOL B N 39 13 4TH & SHUNK STS MURPHY RECREATION CENTER N N 39 14 CALL 215-686-1523 CALL 215-686-1523 NN 39 15 2150 S 03RD ST IBEW LOCAL UNION HALL M N 39 16 2604 S 04TH ST SEAFARERS UNION HALL M N 39 17 4TH & PORTER STS TAGGART SCHOOL M N 39 18 828 RITNER ST STOREFRONT N N 39 19 501 JACKSON ST JACKSON PLACE F H 39 20 2150 S 03RD ST IBEW LOCAL UNION HALL M N 39 21 2349-51 S FRONT ST ANTHONYS RESTAURANT N N 39 22 4TH & PORTER STS TAGGART SCHOOL M N 39 23 2302 S 7TH ST STORE B N 39 24 4TH & SHUNK STS MURPHY RECREATION CENTER N N 39 25 13TH & SHUNK STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 49 M L 39 26 1025-33 MIFFLIN ST TOLENTINE COMMUNITY CENTER F N 39 27 1025-33 MIFFLIN ST TOLENTINE COMMUNITY CENTER F N 39 28 6TH & SNYDER AVE FORD RECREATION CENTER F N 39 29 2812 S 09TH ST J P CATERERS M N 39 30 1937 E PASSYUNK AVE STOREFRONT B N 39 31 13TH & PORTER STS JENKS SCHOOL N N 39 32 1025-33 MIFFLIN ST TOLENTINE COMMUNITY CENTER F N 39 33 2601 S 11TH ST DAYCARE N N 39 34 1030 SNYDER AVE MAGIC AUTO DETAILING R N 39 35 BROAD & SNYDER AVE SOUTH PHILA HIGH SCHOOL M H 39 36 12TH & BIGLER STS SOUTHERN FIELD HOUSE N N 39 37 BROAD & SNYDER AVE SOUTH PHILA HIGH SCHOOL M H 39 38 8TH & WOLF STS KEY SCHOOL N N 39 39 13TH & SHUNK STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 49 M L 39 40 8TH & WOLF STS KEY SCHOOL N N 39 41 2810 S 09TH ST J P CATERERS M N 39 42 13TH & PORTER STS JENKS SCHOOL TRAILER M N 39 43 13TH & PORTER STS JENKS SCHOOL N N 39 44 2812 S 09TH ST J P CATERERS M N 39 45 1815 S 11TH ST SO PHILA VIKINGS CLUBHOUSE B N 39 46 BROAD & TASKER STS P G W BUILDING B N 40 1 6250 EASTWICK AVE ROBERT BRADY VETERANS CENTER M N 40 2 58TH & KINGSESSING AVE FRANCIS MYERS REC CENTER A L 40 3 5701 GRAYS AVE EZEKIEL BAPTIST CHURCH A L 40 4 5404 GIBSON DRIVE BARTRAM VILLAGE OFFICE F L 40 5 2000 S 58TH ST PRESBYTERIAN APARTMENTS B L 40 6 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 7 58TH & KINGSESSING AVE FRANCIS MYERS REC CENTER A L 40 8 58TH & KINGSESSING AVE FRANCIS MYERS REC CENTER A L 40 9 58TH & KINGSESSING AVE FRANCIS MYERS REC CENTER A L 40 10 64TH & PASCHALL AVE ROCHE POST AMERICAN LEGION A N 40 11 6900 GREENWAY AVE CATHARINE SCHOOL ANNEX M L 40 12 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 13 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 14 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 15 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 16 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 17 66TH & ELMWOOD AVE TILDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL M L 40 18 63RD & ELMWOOD AVE MORTON SCHOOL R L 40 19 64TH & PASCHALL AVE ROCHE POST AMERICAN LEGION A N 40 20 64TH & PASCHALL AVE ROCHE POST AMERICAN LEGION A N 40 21 66TH & CHESTER AVE CATHARINE SCHOOL M L 40 22 70TH & BUIST AVE PATTERSON SCHOOL N N 40 23 66TH & CHESTER AVE CATHARINE SCHOOL M L 40 24 66TH & CHESTER AVE CATHARINE SCHOOL M L 40 25 66TH & REGENT STS MC CREESH RECREATION CENTER B L 40 26 64TH & PASCHALL AVE ROCHE POST AMERICAN LEGION M N 40 27 66TH & ELMWOOD AVE TILDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL M L

40 28 6250 EASTWICK AVE ROBERT BRADY VETERANS CENTER M N 40 29 69TH & GROVERS AVE FINNEGAN RECREATION CENTER M L 40 30 8398 LINDBERGH BLVD ST PAULS AME CHURCH M H 40 31 70TH & BUIST AVE PATTERSON SCHOOL N N 40 32 2406 S 71ST ST ELMWOOD ROLLER RINK M L 40 33 6942 WOODLAND AVE PASCHALLVILLE LIBRARY N L 40 34 7043 WOODLAND AVE GREATER HOPE MINISTRY R N 40 35 2500 S 77TH ST CIBOTTI RECREATION CENTER F L 40 36 2851 ISLAND AVE EASTWICK LIBRARY R L 40 37 7537 DICKENS PLACE RESIDENCE R N 40 38 80TH & MARS PLACE EASTWICK RECREATION CENTER M L 40 39 66TH & ELMWOOD AVE TILDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL M L 40 40 8398 LINDBERGH BLVD ST PAULS AME CHURCH M H 40 41 2535 S 73RD ST RESIDENCE F L 40 42 78TH & ESTE AVE PENROSE SCHOOL M L 40 43 69TH & GROVERS AVE FINNEGAN RECREATION CENTER M L 40 44 78TH & ESTE AVE PENROSE SCHOOL M L 40 45 2500 S 77TH ST CIBOTTI RECREATION CENTER F L 40 46 69TH & GROVERS AVE FINNEGAN RECREATION CENTER M L 40 47 6942 WOODLAND AVE PASCHALLVILLE LIBRARY N N 40 48 2851 ISLAND AVE EASTWICK LIBRARY R L 40 49 3049 S 74TH ST GARAGE F L 40 50 7199 BRANT PLACE UNICO VILLAGE OFFICE M L 40 51 69TH & GROVERS AVE FINNEGAN RECREATION CENTER M L 41 1 TORRESDALE & CHELTENHAM AVES MOSS RECREATION CENTER F N 41 2 TORRESDALE & CHELTENHAM AVES MOSS RECREATION CENTER F N 41 3 TORRESDALE & CHELTENHAM AVE MOSS RECREATION CENTER F N 41 4 6179 HEGERMAN ST WISSINOMING AMBULANCE M L 41 5 JACKSON & VAN KIRK STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 52 M L 41 6 TORRESDALE AVE & DEVEREAUX AMERICAN LEGION REC CENTER F L 41 7 TORRESDALE AVE & DEVEREAUX AMERICAN LEGION REC CENTER F L 41 8 6309 TORRESDALE AVE MC CULLOUGH UNION HALL M L 41 9 6101 JACKSON ST LAWTON SCHOOL F L 41 10 6101 JACKSON ST LAWTON SCHOOL F L 41 11 MAGEE & KEYSTONE STS FIRE ENGINE CO #38 F H 41 12 7001 TORRESDALE AVE HOLY INNOCENTS ST PAULS M L 41 13 6309 TORRESDALE AVE MC CULLOUGH UNION HALL M L 41 14 MAGEE & KEYSTONE STS FIRE ENGINE CO #38 F H 41 15 7001 TORRESDALE AVE HOLY INNOCENTS ST PAULS M L 41 16 COTTMAN & TORRESDALE AVES ST HUBERTS HIGH SCHOOL R N 41 17 7001 TORRESDALE AVE HOLY INNOCENTS ST PAULS M L 41 18 COTTMAN AVE & ERDRICK ST LUTH CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD B L 41 19 COTTMAN AVE & ERDRICK ST LUTH CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD B L 41 20 COTTMAN AVE & ERDRICK ST LUTH CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD B L 41 21 4741 FRIENDSHIP ST TACONY & MAYFAIR SONS OF ITALY M N 41 22 4343 PRINCETON AVE KIDDY KOTTAGE DAYCARE CENTER M N 41 23 COTTAGE & BLEIGH STS FORREST LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE F L 41 24 COTTAGE & BLEIGH STS FORREST LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE F L 41 25 COTTAGE & BLEIGH STS FORREST LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE F L 41 26 COTTAGE & BLEIGH STS FORREST LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE F L 42 1 4501 G ST CITY SIGN SHOP A L 42 2 B & WYOMING STS BARTON SCHOOL M L 42 3 169 W WYOMING AVE BETHEL WORSHIP CENTER A N 42 4 4344 N 05TH ST CAYUGA SCHOOL M N 42 5 4800 WHITAKER AVE VAIRD-FELTONVILLE YOUTH CLUB F L 42 6 B ST & WYOMING AVE WYOMING BRANCH LIBRARY M L 42 7 169 W WYOMING AVE BETHEL WORSHIP CENTER A N 42 8 238 E WYOMING AVE FELTONVILLE INTERMED SCHOOL M N 42 9 169 W WYOMING AVE BETHEL WORSHIP CENTER A N 42 10 4800 WHITAKER AVE VAIRD-FELTONVILLE YOUTH CLUB F L 42 11 238 E WYOMING AVE FELTONVILLE INTERMED SCHOOL M N 42 12 FRONT & DUNCANNON STS ASPIRA OLNEY CHARTER SCHOOL AL 42 13 5111 N 04TH ST MORRISON SCHOOL M L 42 14 425 E ROOSEVELT BLVD NEW LIFE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M L 42 15 401 E TABOR ROAD INTNL CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL F L 42 16 FRONT & DUNCANNON STS ASPIRA OLNEY CHARTER SCHOOL AL 42 17 5111 N 04TH ST MORRISON SCHOOL M L 42 18 401 E TABOR RD TRIUMPHANT FAITH ICSH BUILDING F L 42 19 B & GALE STS ZIEHLER RECREATION CENTER M L 42 20 5111 N 04TH ST MORRISON SCHOOL M L 42 21 5111 N 04TH ST MORRISON SCHOOL M L 42 22 B ST & WYOMING AVE WYOMING BRANCH LIBRARY M L 42 23 801 E HUNTING PARK AVE JUNIATA PARK ACADEMY M N 42 24 5440 N AMERICAN ST GARAGE M L 42 25 5TH & TABOR RD GREATER OLNEY BRANCH LIBRARY M N 43 1 4301 N BROAD ST PRINCE HALL M N 43 2 4417 N 06TH ST ESPERANZA HEALTH CENTER M N 43 3 4417 N 06TH ST ESPERANZA HEALTH CENTER M N 43 4 1001 W HUNTING PARK AVE HUNTING PARK REC CENTER M N 43 5 1001 W HUNTING PARK AVE HUNTING PARK REC CENTER M N 43 6 4417 N 06TH ST ESPERANZA HEALTH CENTER M N 43 7 10TH & PIKE STS LENFEST CENTER M N 43 8 10TH & PIKE STS LENFEST CENTER M N 43 9 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 10 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 11 RANDOLPH & ERIE AVE TAYLOR SCHOOL R L 43 12 RANDOLPH & ERIE AVE TAYLOR SCHOOL R L 43 13 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 14 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 15 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 16 OLD YORK RD & ONTARIO ST BETHUNE SCHOOL M L 43 17 RANDOLPH & ERIE AVE TAYLOR SCHOOL R L 43 18 RANDOLPH & ERIE AVE TAYLOR SCHOOL R L 43 19 10TH & PIKE STS LENFEST CENTER M N 43 20 RANDOLPH & ERIE AVE TAYLOR SCHOOL R L 43 21 10TH & PIKE STS LENFEST CENTER M N 43 22 BROAD & ERIE AVE PHILA GAS WORKS F L 43 23 BROAD & ERIE AVE PHILA GAS WORKS F L 43 24 3949 N BROAD ST VOICE OF PRAISE CHURCH M N 43 25 10TH & PIKE STS LENFEST CENTER M N 44 1 1323 N 52ND ST BIBLEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH B N 44 2 53RD & MEDIA STS CONESTOGA COMM REC CTR F L 44 3 5501 MARKET ST SALVATION ARMY F L 44 4 5501 MARKET ST SALVATION ARMY M L 44 5 4916 LANCASTER AVE REFUGE BAPTIST CHURCH M N 44 6 50 N 52ND ST ANTIOCH UNIVERSAL CHURCH R N 44 7 5331-41 HAVERFORD AVE HADDINGTON MULTI SERVICES CTR BN

44 8 111 N 49TH ST KIRKBRIDE CENTER A H 44 9 48TH & FAIRMOUNT AVE PARKWAY SCHOOL R N 44 10 4925 ASPEN ST WOMENS EMPOWERMENT CENTER F L 44 11 50TH & PARRISH STS RHOADS SCHOOL F L 44 12 50TH & PARRISH STS RHOADS SCHOOL F L 44 13 400 N 50TH ST KATIE JACKSON HOMES(PHA) F L 44 14 400 N 50TH ST KATIE JACKSON HOMES(PHA) F L 44 15 50 N 52ND ST ANTIOCH UNIVERSAL CHURCH R N 44 16 51ST & RENO STS WEST MILL CREEK REC CENTER R L 44 17 51ST & RENO STS WEST MILL CREEK REC CENTER R L 44 18 1323 N 52ND ST BIBLEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH B N 44 19 1323 N 52ND ST BIBLEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH B N 45 1 4601 RICHMOND ST BRIDESBURG RECREATION CENTER M L 45 2 2330 MARGARET ST ST VALENTINES CHURCH N L 45 3 4601 RICHMOND ST BRIDESBURG RECREATION CENTER M N 45 4 4415 ALMOND ST ST JOHN CANTIUS SCHOOL M N 45 5 GAUL & TIOGA STS SAMUELS RECREATION CENTER M L 45 6 GAUL & TIOGA STS SAMUELS RECREATION CENTER M L 45 7 BELGRADE & ONTARIO STS FIRE ENGINE CO # 28 M L 45 8 FRANKFORD AVE & ONTARIO ST WEBSTER LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 45 9 FRANKFORD AVE & ONTARIO ST WEBSTER LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 45 10 FRANKFORD AVE & ONTARIO ST WEBSTER LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 45 11 FRANKFORD AVE & ONTARIO ST WEBSTER LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 45 12 2330 MARGARET ST ST VALENTINES CHURCH N N 45 13 CASTOR & AMBER STS HEITZMAN RECREATION CENTER R N 45 14 2301 E ALLEGHENY AVE SCHOOL OF NURSING M L 45 15 E WESTMORELAND & ALMOND STS GLAVIN RECREATION CENTER R N 45 16 FRANKFORD AVE & ONTARIO ST WEBSTER LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 45 17 CASTOR & AMBER STS HEITZMAN RECREATION CENTER R N 45 18 KENSINGTON & CASTOR AVES FIRE ENGINE CO # 07 M L 45 19 CASTOR & AMBER STS HEITZMAN RECREATION CENTER R N 45 20 4415 ALMOND ST ST JOHN CANTIUS SCHOOL M N 45 21 CASTOR & AMBER STS HEITZMAN RECREATION CENTER R N 45 22 2645 E WESTMORELAND AVE OFFICE R N 45 23 2843 ORTHODOX ST POINT NO POINT CLUB B N 45 24 TIOGA & GAUL STS SAMUELS RECREATION CENTER M L 45 25 2843 ORTHODOX ST POINT NO POINT CLUB B N 46 1 4701 SPRINGFIELD AVE ST FRANCES DE SALES N N 46 2 4701 PINE ST GARDEN COURT PLAZA F L 46 3 509 S 52ND ST DIVINE CREATIONS UNISEX SALON R N 46 4 5501 CEDAR AVE BOYS LATIN CHARTER SCHOOL A N 46 5 5501 CEDAR AVE BOYS LATIN CHARTER SCHOOL A L 46 6 5501 CEDAR AVE BOYS LATIN CHARTER SCHOOL A L 46 7 47TH & LOCUST STS LEA SCHOOL M N 46 8 4703 KINGSESSING AVE PARK PLEASANT NURSING HOME M L 46 9 4828 BALTIMORE AVE HAIR SALON F N 46 10 5025 BALTIMORE AVE STOREFRONT M N 46 11 53RD & BALTIMORE AVE HARRINGTON SCHOOL M L 46 12 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 13 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 14 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 15 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 16 4523-31 CHESTER AVE ELMWOOD COMMUNITY METH CHURCH A L 46 17 4800 BALTIMORE AVE THE GOLD STANDARD RESTAURANT M N 46 18 4523-31 CHESTER AVE ELMWOOD COMMUNITY METH CHURCH A L 46 19 4701 PINE ST GARDEN COURT PLAZA F L 46 20 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 21 56TH & CHRISTIAN STS CHRISTY RECREATION CENTER F L 46 22 47TH & LOCUST STS LEA SCHOOL M N 46 23 4508 SANSOM ST SANSOM HOUSE SR LIVING F L 47 1 1510 W STILES ST CHURCH OF FAITH & DELIVERANCE M N 47 2 1510 W STILES ST CHURCH OF FAITH & DELIVERANCE M N 47 3 16TH & JEFFERSON STS AME UNION METHODIST CHURCH M N 47 4 1628 W MASTER ST NAT’L TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH M L 47 5 1628 W MASTER ST NAT’L TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH M L 47 6 1510-1514 W OXFORD ST NO PHILA 7TH DAY ADVENTIST F N 47 7 18TH & OXFORD STS MEADE SCHOOL M N 47 8 18TH & OXFORD STS MEADE SCHOOL M N 47 9 1710 N CROSKEY ST BENTLEY HALL M L 47 10 1999 RIDGE AVE MOORE MANOR SR HOME F L 47 11 1710 N CROSKEY ST BENTLEY HALL (PHA) M L 47 12 16TH & JEFFERSON STS AME UNION METHODIST CHURCH M N 47 13 1999 RIDGE AVE MOORE MANOR SR HOME F L 47 14 18TH & OXFORD STS MEADE SCHOOL M N 48 1 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-THE GYM BLDG M N 48 2 1920 S 20TH ST DIXON HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER F L 48 3 22ND & MC CLELLAN STS MC DANIEL SCHOOL F N 48 4 1928 POINT BREEZE AVE PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL F L 48 5 1920 S 20TH ST DIXON HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER F L 48 6 1920 S 20TH ST DIXON HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER F L 48 7 2600 MOORE ST ST JOHN NEUMANN PLACE F H 48 8 2308 SNYDER AVE YESHA FELLOWSHIP HALL M N 48 9 24TH & JACKSON STS UNIVERSAL VARE CHARTER SCHOOL A L 48 10 2930 SNYDER AVE CEMENT MASONS TRAINING CTR F L 48 11 1905 VARE AVE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CTR F L 48 12 2308 SNYDER AVE YESHA FELLOWSHIP HALL M N 48 13 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-THE GYM BLDG M N 48 14 16TH & JACKSON STS GUERIN REC CTR-THE GYM BLDG M N 48 15 24TH & JACKSON STS UNIVERSAL VARE CHARTER SCHOOL A N 48 16 24TH & JACKSON STS UNIVERSAL VARE CHARTER SCHOOL A N 48 17 2308 SNYDER AVE YESHA FELLOWSHIP HALL M N 48 18 15TH & MORRIS STS DI SILVESTRO RECREATION CENTER M N 48 19 1928 POINT BREEZE AVE PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL F L 48 20 BROAD & MORRIS STS SOUTH PHILA BRANCH LIBRARY F N 48 21 2506 JACKSON ST WILSON PK HOMES (PHA) F L 48 22 2600 MOORE ST ST JOHN NEUMANN PLACE F H 48 23 1905 VARE AVE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CTR F L 49 1 543 W COURTLAND ST DOLLAR STORE M N 49 2 5501 N 11TH ST COMMUNITY HOUSE APTS M L 49 3 1300 W GODFREY AVE COMMUNITY COLL OF PHILA NW F H 49 4 OLD YORK ROAD & LOUDEN ST COOK MIDDLE SCHOOL M L 49 5 4541 N BROAD ST BELOVED ST JOHN CHURCH N N 49 6 12TH & OAKLANE AVE OAK LANE LIBRARY A L 49 7 10TH ST & CHEW AVE CHERASHORE RECREATION CENTER M L 49 8 OAKLANE & N 11TH ST OAKLANE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M L 49 9 5110 N 6TH ST PHILLIPPIAN GARDENS M L 49 10 9TH & LINDLEY STS BIRNEY PREP ACADEMY M L 49 11 OLD YORK ROAD & LOUDEN ST COOK MIDDLE SCHOOL M L 49 12 1127 LOUDEN ST FIRE ENGINE CO # 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49 13 1127 W LOUDEN ST FIRE ENGINE CO # 72 M L 49 14 8TH & DUNCANNON STS BARRETT RECREATION CENTER M L 49 15 9TH & LINDLEY STS BIRNEY PREP ACADEMY M L 49 16 10TH ST & CHEW AVE CHERASHORE RECREATION CENTER M L 49 17 1301 W RUSCOMB ST SECOND MACEDONIA CHURCH M L 49 18 908 W GODFREY AVE LEE’S MONUMENTS M N 49 19 9TH & LINDLEY STS BIRNEY PREP CHARTER SCHOOL M L 49 20 1300 W GODFREY AVE COMMUNITY COLL OF PHILA NW F H 49 21 5325 OLD YORK ROAD YORK HOUSE SOUTH F L 49 22 8TH & DUNCANNON STS BARRETT RECREATION CENTER M L 50 1 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVE EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER F L 50 2 MT PLEASANT & WOOLSTON AVES LEEDS SCHOOL M L 50 3 SEDGWICK & THOURON STS F S EDMONDS SCHOOL M L 50 4 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVE EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER F L 50 5 MT PLEASANT & WOOLSTON AVES LEEDS SCHOOL M L 50 6 UPSAL & MANSFIELD STS FINLEY RECREATION CENTER M L 50 7 MT PLEASANT & WOOLSTON AVES LEEDS SCHOOL M L 50 8 UPSAL & MANSFIELD STS FINLEY RECREATION CENTER M L 50 9 STENTON & GOWEN AVES OXFORD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH B L 50 10 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVES EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER FL 50 11 UPSAL & MANSFIELD STS FINLEY RECREATION CENTER M L 50 12 SEDGWICK & THOURON STS F S EDMONDS SCHOOL M L 50 13 7909 OGONTZ AVENUE TERRYS BARBER SHOP M N 50 14 1215 E VERNON ROAD REFORMATION LUTHERAN CHURCH F N 50 15 1215 E VERNON ROAD REFORMATION LUTHERAN CHURCH F N 50 16 76TH & OGONTZ AVE FIRE ENGINE CO #73 M L 50 17 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVES EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER FL 50 18 MT PLEASANT & WOOLSTON AVES LEEDS SCHOOL M L 50 19 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVE EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER FL 50 20 76TH & OGONTZ AVE FIRE ENGINE CO #73 M L 50 21 STENTON & GOWEN AVES OXFORD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH B L 50 22 PROVIDENT & GOWEN AVE EMANUEL RECREATION CENTER FL 50 23 UPSAL & MANSFIELD STS FINLEY RECREATION CENTER M L 50 24 WASHINGTON LA & LIMEKILN PK WEST OAK LANE LIBRARY ML 50 25 7708 OGONTZ AVENUE REMNANT CHURCH OF GOD M N 50 26 7501 OGONTZ AVE PHILA DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE R L 50 27 UPSAL & MANSFIELD STS FINLEY RECREATION CENTER M N 50 28 7210-12 OGONTZ AVE WEST OAKLANE OLDER ADULT CTR M L 50 29 1448 GREENWOOD AVE EL SHADDAI WORD CENTER CHURCH NN 50 30 76TH & OGONTZ AVE FIRE ENGINE CO #73 M L 51 1 1040 S 57TH ST BANQUET HALL M N 51 2 1201 S 51ST ST KINGSESSING LIBRARY M N 51 3 51ST ST & GREENWAY AVE COMEGYS SCHOOL M L 51 4 58TH & WILLOWS AVE LONGSTRETH SCHOOL F L 51 5 1201 S 51ST ST KINGSESSING LIBRARY M N 51 6 1201 S 51ST ST KINGSESSING LIBRARY M N 51 7 1201 S 51ST ST KINGSESSING LIBRARY M N 51 8 51ST ST & GREENWAY AVE COMEGYS SCHOOL M L 51 9 51ST ST & GREENWAY AVE COMEGYS SCHOOL M L 51 10 5300 CHESTER AVE HOLY FAMILY HALL M L 51 11 5300 CHESTER AVE HOLY FAMILY HALL M L 51 12 54TH & WARRINGTON AVE MASTERY HARDY WILLIAMS H S A L 51 13 54TH & WARRINGTON AVE MASTERY HARDY WILLIAMS H S A L 51 14 52ND & WILLOWS AVE FIRE ENGINE CO # 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366 B L 63 2 7902 OXFORD AVENUE MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH F L 63 3 JEANES & RHAWN STS FOXCHASE LIBRARY M L 63 4 RHAWN & VERREE RDS FIRE ENGINE CO # 56 M L 63 5 7725 BINGHAM ST CHRIST MISSION APOSTOLIC FAITH M H 63 6 7725 BINGHAM ST CHRIST MISSION APOSTOLIC FAITH M H 63 7 8580 VERREE RD LAFAYETTE REDEEMER ROOM M H 63 8 CENTRAL & COTTMAN STREET RYERS LIBRARY/BURHOME PARK N L 63 9 RHAWN & VERREE RD FIRE ENGINE CO # 56 M L 63 10 8001 VERREE RD & RHAWN ST KNOWLTON MANSION F L 63 11 8580 VERREE ROAD LAFAYETTE REDEEMER ROOM M H

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CTR M H 56 21 BUSTLETON & SOLLY AVES PALBANO (RHAWNHURST) REC CTR M H 56 22 2101 STRAHLE ST FEDERATION APT BLDG B L 56 23 CASTOR AVE & FOX CHASE RD FARRELL SCHOOL A L 56 24 CASTOR AVE & FOX CHASE RD FARRELL SCHOOL A L 56 25 CASTOR AVE & FOX CHASE RD FARRELL SCHOOL A L 56 26 8500 BUSTLETON AVE JACKS DELI F L 56 27 CASTOR AVE & FOX CHASE RD FARRELL SCHOOL A L 56 28 8500 BUSTLETON AVE JACKS DELI F L 56 29 8900 ROOSEVELT BLVD ROBERT SALIGMAN HOUSE F L 56 30 9151 OLD NEWTOWN RD AMERICAN LEGION POST 810 M L 56 31 9151 OLD NEWTOWN ROAD AMERICAN LEGION POST 810 M L 56 32 8040 ROOSEVELT BLVD 8040 BUILDING (FOYER) F L 56 33 SHELMIRE & SUMMERDALE AVE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE FN 56 34 7600 ROOSEVELT BLVD VALMONT TOWERS APTS F L 56 35 9151 OLD NEWTOWN ROAD AMERICAN LEGION POST 810 M L 56 36 7701 LORETTO AVE RHAWNHURST PRESBYTER CHURCH M L 56 37 CASTOR AVE & BORBECK ST RHAWNHURST SCHOOL A L 56 38 2301 TREMONT ST ST REGIS APTS M L 56 39 8900 ROOSEVELT BLVD ROBERT SALIGMAN HOUSE F L 56 40 7600 ROOSEVELT 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GYM F L 57 20 WELSH RD & TOLBUT ST POLLOCK SCHOOL A L 57 21 9151 ACADEMY ROAD PENN CRISP GYM F L 57 22 FRANKFORD AVE & EDEN ST TORRESDALE RECREATION CENTER R L 57 23 WELSH RD & TOLBUT ST POLLOCK SCHOOL A L 57 24 3352 GRANT AVE STOREFRONT B N 57 25 3352 GRANT AVE STOREFRONT B N 57 26 WELSH RD & TOLBUT ST POLLOCK SCHOOL A L 57 27 WELSH RD & TOLBUT ST POLLOCK SCHOOL A L 57 28 8724 CRISPIN DR PENNYPACK WOODS HOMES ASSOC M H 58 1 808 RED LION ROAD BETHESDA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M L 58 2 BUSTLETON AVE & TOMLINSON RD LOESCHE SCHOOL F L 58 3 10400 ROOSEVELT BLVD ST JOHN NEUMANN M L 58 4 BYBERRY & KELVIN RDS COMLY SCHOOL F L 58 5 13500 PHILMONT AVE CALVARY CHAPEL B L 58 6 11047 BUSTLETON AVE PHILA KOREAN REFORM CHURCH F L 58 7 11047 BUSTLETON AVE PHILA KOREAN REFORM CHURCH F L 58 8 BUSTLETON AVE & VERREE RD WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL M L 58 9 608 WELSH RD ST THOMAS SYRO MALABAR CHURCH F H 58 10 CHESWORTH & BARTLETT STS LACKMAN RECREATION CENTER M L 58 11 BOWLER & HOFF STS ANNE FRANK SCHOOL M L 58 12 198 TOMLINSON RD SYNAGOGUE M L 58 13 608 WELSH RD ST THOMAS SYRO MALABAR CHURCH F H 58 14 BOWLER & HOFF STS ANNE FRANK SCHOOL M L 58 15 BUSTLETON AVE & VERREE RD WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ML 58 16 9832 REDD RAMBLER ROAD RESIDENCE M L 58 17 608 WELSH RD ST THOMAS SYRO MALABAR CHURCH F H 58 18 BUSTLETON AVE & VERREE RD WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ML 58 19 KREWSTOWN RD & GRANT AVE NORTHEAST RACQUET CLUB NL 58 20 13073 BUSTLETON AVE SOMERTON METHODIST CHURCH M L 58 21 13500 PHILMONT AVE CALVARY CHAPEL B L 58 22 BYBERRY & KELVIN RDS COMLY SCHOOL F L 58 23 ROOSEVELT BLVD & CONWELL AVE HAYES (CONWELL) REC CENTER F L 58 24 1400 SOUTHAMPTON RD SOMERTON YOUTH ORGANIZATION F L 58 25 13073 BUSTLETON AVE SOMERTON METHODIST CHURCH M L 58 26 CHESWORTH & BARTLETT STS LACKMAN RECREATION CENTER M L 58 27 HALDEMAN & BUSTLETON AVE SLOANE HONDA M L 58 28 BOWLER & HOFF STS ANNE FRANK SCHOOL M L 58 29 1400 SOUTHAMPTON RD SOMERTON YOUTH CLUB F L 58 30 ROOSEVELT BLVD & CONWELL AVE HAYES (CONWELL) REC CENTER F L 58 31 10400 ROOSEVELT BLV ST JOHN NEUMANN HOME M L 58 32 BUSTLETON AVE & TOMLINSON RD LOESCHE SCHOOL F L 58 33 198 TOMLINSON RD SYNAGOGUE M L 58 34 198 TOMLINSON RD SYNAGOGUE M L 58 35 12003 BUSTLETON AVE SHALOM ARBOR HOUSE F L 58 36 BUSTLETON AVE & VERREE RD WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ML 58 37 BUSTLETON AVE & TOMLINSON RD LOESCHE SCHOOL F L 58 38 198 TOMLINSON RD SYNAGOGUE M L 58 39 13021 WORTHINGTON RD FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH M L 58 40 13073 BUSTLETON AVE SOMERTON METHODIST CHURCH M L 58 41 SOUTHAMPTON & WORTHINGTON RD IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH B L 58 42 BOWLER & HOFF STS ANNE FRANK SCHOOL M L 58 43 BUSTLETON AVE & TOMLINSON RD LOESCHE SCHOOL F L 58 44 9896 BUSTLETON AVE PAULS RUN F H 59 1 STENTON AVE & HAINES ST M L KING HIGH SCHOOL M L 59 2 ARDLEIGH & HAINES ST AWBURY RECREATION CENTER F L 59 3 CHELTEN AVE & ARDLEIGH ST LONNIE YOUNG REC CTR SR BLDG A L 59 4 ARDLEIGH & HAINES STS AWBURY RECREATION CENTER F L 59 5 RITTENHOUSE & MC MAHON STS WATERVIEW RECREATION CENTER A L 59 6 5920 MORTON ST MORTON HOMES (PHA) M L 59 7 5920 MORTON ST MORTON HOMES (PHA) M L 59 8 5920 MORTON ST MORTON HOMES (PHA) M L 59 9 RITTENHOUSE & MC MAHON STS WATERVIEW RECREATION

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HOUSE R N 53 4 ROBBINS AVE & FRONTENAC ST TARKEN RECREATION CENTER M L 53 5 FRONTENAC & DEVEREAUX AVE CARNELL LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE R N 53 6 ROBBINS AVE & FRONTENAC ST TARKEN RECREATION CENTER M L 53 7 ROBBINS AVE & FRONTENAC ST TARKEN RECREATION CENTER M L 53 8 ROBBINS AVE & FRONTENAC ST TARKEN RECREATION CENTER M L 53 9 1009 UNRUH AVE ST THOMAS INDIAN ORTHODOX CHUR M L 53 10 6304 CASTOR AVE BUSHROD LIBRARY F N 53 11 1009 UNRUH AVE ST THOMAS INDIAN ORTHODOX CHUR M L 53 12 1009 UNRUH AVE ST THOMAS INDIAN ORTHODOX CHUR B L 53 13 SUMMERDALE & LONGSHORE AVES HAMPTON MOORE SCHOOL F L 53 14 SUMMERDALE & LONGSHORE AVES HAMPTON MOORE SCHOOL F L 53 15 1009 UNRUH AVE ST THOMAS INDIAN ORTHODOX CHUR M L 53 16 SUMMERDALE & LONGSHORE AVES HAMPTON MOORE SCHOOL F L 53 17 7048 CASTOR AVE TREE OF LIFE CLINIC F N 53 18 COTTMAN & ALGON AVES NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL M L 53 19 SUMMERDALE & LONGSHORE AVES HAMPTON MOORE SCHOOL F L 53 20 PENNWAY & COTTMAN AVE JARDEL RECREATION CENTER//REAR M L 53 21 COTTMAN & LAWNDALE AVES UNITED METH CHURCH OF REDEEMER M L 53 22 SUMMERDALE & LONGSHORE AVES HAMPTON MOORE SCHOOL F L 53 23 1009 UNRUH AVE ST THOMAS INDIAN ORTHODOX CHUR M L 54 1 LEVICK & HORROCKS STS SPRUANCE LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 54 2 LEVICK & HORROCKS STS SPRUANCE LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 54 3 LEVICK & HORROCKS STS SPRUANCE LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 54 4 1601 HELLERMAN ST MAX MYERS RECREATION CENTER A L 54 5 LEVICK & HORROCKS STS SPRUANCE LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 54 6 6501 BUSTLETON AVE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH B L 54 7 6501 BUSTLETON AVE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH B L 54 8 2230 COTTMAN AVE DISTRICT HEALTH CENTER #10 F L 54 9 1601 HELLERMAN ST MAX MYERS RECREATION CENTER A L 54 10 6501 BUSTLETON AVE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH B L 54 11 6501 BUSTLETON AVE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH B L 54 12 6501 BUSTLETON AVE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH B L 54 13 1601 HELLERMAN ST MAX MYERS RECREATION CENTER A L 54 14 TYSON & HORROCKS STS SOLIS COHEN LITTLE SCHOOLHOUSE M L 54 15 TYSON & HORROCKS ST SOLIS COHEN SCHOOL M L 54 16 TYSON & HORROCKS ST SOLIS COHEN SCHOOL M L 54 17 TYSON & HORROCKS ST SOLIS COHEN SCHOOL M L 54 18 TYSON & HORROCKS ST SOLIS COHEN SCHOOL M L 54 19 7200 ROOSEVELT BLVD CALVARY MEMORIAL CHURCH R L 54 20 7200 ROOSEVELT BLVD CALVARY MEMORIAL CHURCH R L 54 21 2230 COTTMAN AVE DISTRICT HEALTH CENTER #10 F L 54 22 TYSON & HORROCKS ST SOLIS COHEN SCHOOL M L 55 1 6025 ERDRICK ST RESIDENCE B N 55 2 6101 JACKSON ST LAWTON SCHOOL F L 55 3 ROBBINS & HAWTHORNE STS LOWER MAYFAIR RECREATION CTR F L 55 4 HELLERMAN & WALKER STS ROOSEVELT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 5 HELLERMAN & WALKER STS ROOSEVELT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 6 HELLERMAN & WALKER STS ROOSEVELT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 7 HELLERMAN & WALKER STS ROOSEVELT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 8 3201 MAGEE AVE HAIR SALON N N 55 9 3001 LEVICK ST ST TIMOTHYS SCHOOL M L 55 10 ROBBINS & HAWTHORNE LOWER MAYFAIR REC CENTER F L 55 11 TYSON AVE & HAWTHORNE ST ST JOHNS CHURCH B N 55 12 3117 LONGSHORE AVE JOHNSON MEMORIAL METH CHURCH MN 55 13 3001 LEVICK ST ST TIMOTHYS SCHOOL M L 55 14 ROBBINS & HAWTHORNE LOWER MAYFAIR REC CENTER F L 55 15 ROBBINS & HAWTHORNE LOWER MAYFAIR REC CENTER F L 55 16 HAWTHORNE & PRINCETON AVE MAYFAIR SCHOOL A L 55 17 HAWTHORNE & PRINCETON AVE MAYFAIR SCHOOL A L 55 18 HAWTHORNE & PRINCETON AVE MAYFAIR SCHOOL A L 55 19 HAWTHORNE & PRINCETON AVE MAYFAIR SCHOOL A L 55 20 TYSON AVE & HAWTHORNE ST ST JOHNS CHURCH B N 55 21 ROWLAND AVE & WELLINGTON ST CHURCH OF GRACE TO FUJIANESE M L 55 22 ROWLAND AVE & WELLINGTON ST CHURCH OF GRACE TO FUJIANESE M L 55 23 ROWLAND AVE & WELLINGTON ST CHURCH OF GRACE TO FUJIANESE M L 55 24 ROWLAND AVE & WELLINGTON ST CHURCH OF GRACE TO FUJIANESE M L 55 25 COTTAGE & UNRUH STS VOGT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 26 COTTAGE & UNRUH STS VOGT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 27 COTTAGE & UNRUH STS VOGT RECREATION CENTER F L 55 28 6820 JACKSON ST ST PETRI’S LUTHERAN CHURCH B L 55 29 7049 FRANKFORD AVE MR STORAGE CO B L 56 1 2218 GLENDALE AVE STOREFRONT M N 56 2 CASTOR AVE & BORBECK ST RHAWNHURST SCHOOL A L 56 3 COTTMAN & ALGON AVES NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL B L 56 4 COTTMAN & ALGON AVE NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL B L 56 5 1330 RHAWN ST TACONY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL A L 56 6 1304 RHAWN ST GLORIA DEI ESTATES F L 56 7 1013 COTTMAN AVE IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH R N 56 8 1225 COTTMAN AVE COLLISION CARE GARAGE REAR M L 56 9 1400 ALDINE ST RESIDENCE N L 56 10 7701 LORETTO AVE RHAWNHURST PRESBYTER CHURCH M L 56 11 1330 RHAWN ST TACONY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL A L 56 12 BUSTLETON & SOLLY AVES PALBANO (RHAWNHURST) REC CTR M H 56 13 2218 GLENDALE AVE STOREFRONT M N 56 14 7328 CASTOR AVE LEE’S HOAGIE HOUSE B N 56 15 2031 VISTA ST VISCONTO’S FUNERAL HOME M L 56 16 CASTOR AVE & BORBECK ST RHAWNHURST SCHOOL A L 56 17 CASTOR AVE & BORBECK ST RHAWNHURST SCHOOL A L 56 18 BUSTLETON & SOLLY AVES PALBANO (RHAWNHURST)REC CTR M H 56 19 1330 RHAWN ST TACONY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL A L 56 20 BUSTLETON & SOLLY AVES PALBANO (RHAWNHURST)REC


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Last Thursday, MATTHEW BROUILLETTE, the President and CEO of the Commonwealth Foundation for Public Policy Alternatives, was the speaker at the October installment of the Philadelphia Republican Leadership Council breakfast series. The Commonwealth Foundation, in its own words, is “Pennsylvania’s free-market think tank”. It “crafts free-market policies, convinces Pennsylvanians of their benefits, and counters attacks on liberty.” FRED ANTON, the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association, introduced Brouillette to the audience. Anton was one of the original board members of the Commonwealth Foundation. Brouillette addressed a number of issues but focused on the Commonwealth Foundation’s recently published commentary “Government Union’s Unfair Political Privilege”. In Pennsylvania, as in many states, government agencies collect union dues and PAC funds and forward this money to the unions. The expense of collecting and forwarding these funds is not subtracted from what is sent to the unions. He believes this practice of using state and local government resources to collect funds that are used for political purposes by the unions is unfair and unethical. He noted there are people currently in jail and specifically named former Speakers of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, JOHN PERZEL and BILL DeWEESE, for using state resources for political purposes. Brouillette noted the Pennsylvania State Education Association is Pennsylvania’s largest government union, with 190,967 members. Last year it spent $3.2 million of its members’ dues on political activities and lobbying This was in addition to the $1.5 million the PSEA PAC spent in 2012. The Commonwealth (Cont. Page 37)

Here’s a bit of trivia that you can save for March, otherwise known as Women’s History Month. Did you know the last three people to hold the office of Secretary of State before John Kerry was installed in the office last year have been women? Madeline Albright held the office during the Clinton Administration, Condoleezza Rice was Secretary of State when George W. Bush was President and Hillary Clinton held the post prior to Kerry. Now since today is Halloween and not St. Patrick’s Day, you’re probably wondering why I’m sharing this Women’s History Month factoid with you. It’s because two of these three women, Albright and Clinton, will be here in the City of Brotherly Love tomorrow as part of the Pennsylvania Conference For Women. About 7,000 women will be joining the former Secretaries of State, Judge Glenda Hatchett, (yep … that “Judge Hatchett”), Wall Street whiz Sallie Krawcheck, Strawberry Mansion HS Principal Linda Cilatt-Wayman and others at the conference, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, said Leslie Stiles, president of the board that produces the conference. The nonprofit, nonpartisan group that put together this year’s conference wanted to celebrate the gathering’s 10th anniversary with an event that would provide attendees with an experience they wouldn’t forget. In addition to bringing back popular past keynoters in Judge Hatchett, Krawcheck and Albright, the group decided to aim high. So they went for the most-recent former Secretary of State. (Cont. Page 38)

Yo! Here we go again with some interesting Halloween trivia. Halloween is the biggest holiday of the year when it comes to candy sales—estimated at over $1.93 billion. One quarter of all the candy sold each year is purchased between Sep. 15 and Nov. 10. Americans spend about $50 million on Halloween greetings. Trick-or-treating is an Irish tradition, based on a custom where wealthy landowners would give food to the poor on Halloween night, believing ghosts would look favorably on them for doing so and spare them from mischief. Halloween costume sales are estimated at over $1.5 billion. Eighty-two percent of children take part in Halloween festivities, as do 67% of adults. “Samhainophobia” is the morbid fear of Halloween. “Phantasmophobia” is the fear of ghosts. “Wiccaphobia” is the fear of witches and witchcraft. The biggest pumpkin on record weighed 2,009 lb. It was weighed in at a pumpkin festival at the Topsfield Fair in Topsfield, Mass. Pumpkins also come in white, blue and green. The first jack-o’-lanterns were made of turnips. Ninety-nine percent of pumpkins sold in the US are used to make jack-o’-lanterns. Pumpkins are fruits, not vegetables. A cup of candy corn has fewer calories than a cup of raisins. Americans consume about 20 million lb. of candy corn each year. The average US household spends $44 on Halloween candy. It’s illegal to sell a haunted house in New York without informing the buyer. The word “witch” comes from the Saxon word wicca, which means “wise one”. In France, more than 30,000 werewolf cases were tried between 1520 and 1630. Dracula is the most-filmed story of all time. The Count Dracula Society was founded in 1962. In Romanian, Dracula means “Son of the Devil”. The first Frankenstein film was produced by Thomas Edison in 1910. The Scots believed in “Samhanach”, a goblin who came out only on Halloween and stole children. Eighty percent of kids say their favorite Halloween candy is either chocolate or gum. Pennsylvania was the first colony to legalize witchcraft. Fifty-one percent of all American (Cont. Page 38)

Council President DARRELL CLARKE says nine parties have asked about purchase of seven shuttered city schools. The fact Council was contacted, and not the Mayor or School District, seems to say the nine had MORE FAITH in Council. Council’s efforts to sell the buildings display NOBLE intentions. While a $100 million offer for 30 schools might be TOO LOW – depending on what schools they want – thanks are in order for CLARKE. University City and William Penn Schools, as well as the luxury district headquarters on Broad Street, are READY for sale NOW! Sell them now! Council hearings on the School District’s ABILITY and EXPERTISE to sell the schools should be held. The district’s call for public involvement can take a LOT OF TIME. The public is less against a sale and more interested in proposed USE. TOO MUCH vetting can SCARE AWAY a buyer, and leave schools to ROT or be broken into. There is no reason for the district to walk away from an offer!! Now the Mayor is calling the $100M bidder – that is TOO MANY hands in the pot and seems a back-door approach (?). Will Room 215 take blame if the sale fails? Does the Mayor want credit for the sale? Tip O’NEILL used to say, “It does not matter who gets credit, AS LONG AS IT IS DONE!...” Advocates AGAINST the sale of the School District $8m artworks, say it is too small an amount to help school kids. BALONEY! Contrast that to the “good” citizens who said school kids were deprived of books by the $3.8 million total salary of clerks in the Board of Revision. LINEAR PAVING of Philly Streets is supposed to be (Cont. Page 37)

CAROL TAMBURINO will be honored by the League of Women Voters in November. Carol is a mover and shaker in political and social circles throughout the Philadelphia area. STATE REP. JOHN SABATINA was among several elected officials who presented scholarship money to private-school students. The event to announce hundreds of thousands of dollars of educational-improvement tax-credit scholarship money took place at St. Hubert’s HS in Northeast Philadelphia. The funds come from corporate donations. The corporations receive a writeoff of 90% of their donation thanks to legislation passed in Harrisburg. Among the corporate sponsors were Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Aegis Security Insurance, Chesapeake Energy, CSX Transportation, Malady & Wooten, Penn Jersey Paper, UnitedHealthcare and Waste Management. Also present were STATE SENS. MIKE STACK and TINA TARTAGLIONE along with STATE REPS. BRENDAN BOYLE, ED NEILSON and MARY JOE DALEY. The Pope John Paul II Foundation had a fundraiser at the Center City office of Dilworth Paxson. Powerful attorney JOE JACOVINI is one of the leaders of the organization. Business executive RICHARD KRYSYNOSKI is the chairman. The organization raises money for the charitable mission of the foundation and will be in Rome in April to celebrate the canonization of Pope John Paul II. The President of the Philly Building Trades PATRICK GILLESPIE continues to lobby lawmakers to pass an infrastructure bill that reduces the prevailing wage. A few unions have joined Gillespie in this fight, but the majority of the unions statewide are opposing any changes to prevailing wage. Right now any contract awarded by the state with a value of $25,000 or more calls for workers to be paid a reasonable living wage. RICK BLOOMINGDALE, the head of the AFL-CIO, disagrees with Gillespie. It is baffling that such a concession by Gillespie could be considered reasonable. But the Byzantine levels of union relationships have always been mysterious. Former Congressman BOB BORSKI, MAYOR MICHAEL NUTTER and STATE REP. JOHN TAYLOR joined CONGRESSWOMAN ALLYSON SCHWARTZ, COUNCILMAN BOB HENON and STATE SEN. MIKE STACK to unveil more development on the Delaware River. The Congresswoman has worked hard to secure millions of dollars for the Delaware River (Cont. Page 38)


Custis, executive director for RISE. RISE recognizes that its participant base is a storehouse of untapped potential.

Many ex-offenders come to RISE as seasoned entrepreneurs who happened to run illegitimate businesses. For the truly reformed ex-offender,

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once equipped with education and life skills training, the return on investment potential for these men and women, their families and communities is limitless. “I truly believe that this program is a Godsend based on so many people coming from prison who are shut out of the employment market and need to transfer their skills into entrepreneurial enterprise,” states Rasheen Holly. Holly is currently working on a business plan for transitional housing for at-risk juvenile males.

A portion of the funding received will be used to provide $1,500 start-up capital for the top five business plans.

The Entrepreneur Academy takes place at RISE, located at 34 S. 11th Street.

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CELEBRATING gorgeous new mural on Pastorius-Mastery Charter School in Germantown were State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, right, with flock of chipper students.

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The African American Chamber of Commerce has received more than $20,000 in grants for its Entrepreneur Academy. This 12-week business-plan development program is in partnership with the Reintegration Services for ExOffenders, and assists returning citizens with entrepreneurship. Grants received to-date include $13,500 from the John S. & James L Knight Foundation fund at The Philadelphia Foundation, as well as funding from Wells Fargo and Verizon. “It was important that we looked at the thousands who transfer in and out of the prison system and try to stop the vicious cycle of recidivism,” states Shalimar Blakely, executive director of the AACC. “Our goal is to help those individuals contribute positively to their community by way of business development, and I’m so thankful for all the donors who believe in this effort as well.” According to research, high rates of recidivism have high economic costs on law enforcement and criminal justice. While programs that include treatment for substance abuse, education and employment have proven successful in the past, returning citizens find, that because of their past, it is extremely difficult to find employment. “The Entrepreneur Academy is aimed at improving returning citizens commitment to change, employment prospects and to become involved in more pro-social behavior,” states Wallace

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REPUBLICANS Enjoy River Front Pre-Election Gala

HAPPY at impressive turnout were Ward Leader SHE HASN’T missed a Grand Old Party re- ADAM LANG not only enjoyed gala, but Vince Fenerty and Republican Counsel Michael Meebut did so in company of Suzanne MIKE Barkowich and David Oh shared soception in over 30 years, that’s lovely han. Photos by Rory McGlasson cial tidbits as well as food. Suzanne Haney, leader of GOP’s 2nd Ward. Schiller. PARTY CHAIRM A N R e p . J o h n Taylor and his wife, Evelyn, w e r e center of attraction.

LONG-TIME Ward Leaders Walter IT’S all about getting out vote, Mike Meehan tells RCC Exec. Vogler and his son, Chris Vogler, share Joe DeFelice and Jim Chen, Manager of Hibachi Grill and Sushi Bar." Dir. Joe Defelice and Joe McColgan. some old stories with Joe Egan.

WARD LEADER Jimmy Dintino, fresh from SOUTHWEST GOP Ward Leader Craig his 26th Ward gala record-breaker, shares Melidosian chins up with University City’s moment with Eugene Van Arsdale and judiMatt Wolfe. cial candidate Anne Marie Coyle.

WILLIAM Pounds cannot believe 10 years have gone by and Judge STATE REP. John Taylor welcomes Supreme Court Chief Lori Dumas is up for retention. Justice Ron Castille and Teamster Dan Grace.

JOHN FEATHERMAN holds no grudge as he TWO LONG-TIME friends and supporters LOU LANNI enjoys moment with Judge Ken Powell LOVELY couple enjoying festivities kisses former mayoral nominee Karen Brown in attendance were Jerry Aspite and Doas Gene Van Arsdale looks on. minick Cippolini. and George Koch. were Camisha and Rafeeq Rainey.


SHERYL PERZEL, wife of former House Speaker John Perzel, who’ll be back in four months, is escorted by these well-known ladies of the Grand Old MR. & MRS. Jerry Aspite get a big welcome from Terry Dintino as they enter Waterfall Room. Party.

HOST Ward Leader Jim Dintino lives encourageMAKING sure they never miss a 26th Ward GOP ment and advice to Mr. & Mrs. Terry Tracy begala were Ward Leader Joe D’Urso, Chubby fore introducing the GOP candidate for Controller to the crowd. Simon and Richard Koway.

TAKING IT to dance floor was host Jim Dintino RETENTION Judge Paula Patrick was pleased to as Party Chairman State Rep. John Taylor, right, discuss her campaign with GOP Party Chairman State Rep. John Taylor. looks on laughingly.

HOST Jim Dintino gives Jim Hoch a hug as Ward Leader Vince Fenerty looks on.

BIG FOUR of evening brought out cheers as they stepped into spotlight during course of evening with host Ward Leader Jim Dintino, right, introducing GOP Party Chair John Taylor, and District Attorney and Controller candidates Danny Alvarez and Terry Tracey.

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ANDREW & Stacey Dankanich enjoyed gala. It was first he was able to get his wife to attend.

WARD leaders looking forward to next Tuesday’s election were Joe McColgan, Craig Melidosian, Mike Cibik and host Jim Dintino.

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SHARING happy moment are Pam Duncan, host Jim Dintino, Ward Leader Craig Melidosian and Susan Conboy.

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UNITED as never before are factions once existing in City GOP ranks, as evidenced by sharing of wine and good thought between former GOP Chairman Vito Canuso and new City GOP Exec. Dir. Joe DeFelice.

FORMER Councilman Jack Kelly, Ward Leader Gary Grisafi and Ward Leader Matt Wolfe were among many Republican leaders attending annual event held by 26th Ward GOP Leader Jim Dintino.

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Hundreds Pack Waterfall Room For 26th Ward GOP Pre-Election Gala


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Stack Expo Big Draw For Seniors Matt Myers Hosts At EOM Club In South Philly

SARAH LAMBERT makes sure to give State Sen. Michael Stack a hug and kiss for his work on behalf of seniors as she attends his annual senior expo at N.E. Armory. Photo by Bill Myers

WELCOMING seniors to his annual Senior Expo, State Sen. Mike Stack introduced aides Ken Borda and Mike McAleer. This year’s event set record for turnout at his annual expo. Photo by Bill Myers

COMING from far and wide to Matty Myers’ ward gala were 33rd Ward leader Donna Aument, Attorney Vince Melchiorre, Marnie Aument-Loughrey and Democratic icon, Photo by Maria Merlino Charlie Bernard.

FROM LEFT, former Congressman Michael Myers, Leland Beloff, Rich DeMarco, Matt Myers, and Marnie Aument-Loughrey enPhoto by Maria Merlino joyed affair.

DAN GRACE, Secretary Treasurer, Local 830 Teamsters; John Quigley, past secretary-treasurer Local 628 Teamsters; and Chuck White, president of Teamsters Local 830.

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JUNIATA’s own Danny “Swift” Garcia, the undefeated junior welterweight boxing champion, meets fans at Forman Mills, 3500 Aramingo Avenue, where he signed autographs and posed for photographs. Photo by Rory McGlasson

OZZIE MYERS poses with committee people: Arlene Perez Bue, Kim Lewandowski, Jerry Sywkiw, Karen Foulds, Jay Osand, James Smith, Rat Nieves, Nacho Perez, Andy Canover and Cesar Perez. Photo by Maria Merlino

Youngblood Treats Supporters

Ringside With The Shadowboxer

CEMENT MASONS Union Local 592’s retired chief Mike Fera was at Joe Hand Gym mentoring two of boxers in Lucien Blackwell Annual Boxing Tourney. With him are Scott Kelleher and Maurice Burke.

39B 13th DIV. committee people are all smiles at the EOM: from left, Max Brown, Clinton Banes, Carl Bradley, Michael Campbell, Eileen Burns, Vernice Bradley, and Phyllis & Photo by Maria Merlino Giovanni Coco.

RELAXING at suave dinner dance in Germantown were State Rep. Rosita Youngblood, left, with many loyal backers, among them Cynthia Parker, Charles Carn and Carletta Mason. BOXING coach/gym owner Percy Custis readies one of his youth boxers for weigh-in. Percy owns Schuler’s Gym at 41st & Lancaster Avenue; a long-time champion-maker in our city. Custis’ boxers dominated Lucien Blackwell annual boxing event.

SEEMED LIKE all Germantown was there for State Rep. Rosita Youngblood, including this lively table: from left, Dayne Cofer, Greg Paulmier, Steve Master, Youngblood’s colleague State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, Marlene Pryor and Michael Nixon.

Oh Aids Medal Winner

COUNCILMAN David Oh, right, joined platoon of veteran groups at Paddy Whacks on South Street in lively fundraiser for Medal of Honor winner Jon Cavaiani, a Vietnam War veteran who was recently diagnosed with a life-threatening blood disorder.

38TH WARD L E A D E R Mark Green & lovely wife Venita joined crowd to enjoy smooth jazz at Pegasus Ballroom in Germantown.


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tion on Tuesday at Hibachi on Columbus Boulevard. The event, organized by PCC EXEC. DIR. JOE DeFELICE, was well attended. The new venue may have contributed to attendance as it is more centrally located than Cannstatter, which is in the

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far Northeast. Cannstatter had been the location of this and many RCC events over the years. While Cannstatter is ideal for the annual Billy Meehan Clambake with its roomy beergarden, it is nice to have events in other parts of the city.

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(Cont. From Page 32) cost-effective for the paver. It is also ANNOYING for the resident. You have to move the car for the street preparation, then wait what seems an interminable time for the repaving. The repaving is cost-effective if many blocks of the same street are done in one day. That will not always happen, so your car gets the undercarriage banged about and maybe damaged – or a wheel alignment lost. And the street near me seems to get paved EVERY few years. Why – when others need paving more? District COUNCILMAN needs to monitor! Remember when Councilman Mark SQUILLA fought AVI alone? AVI, as crafted, did not raise taxes in many other districts, so there was no fight in Council. If the City needs more revenue next year, will they reconfigure the GMA assessment sections? KEEP WATCH. And will SQUILLA vote for fellow Council Members if they are A.V.I.-HIT? The answer is yes.... Councilman David OH is AGAINST Council Members NOT having to resign to run for other offices.... JANNIE BLACKWELL again hits the nail on the head when she came out against the sale of City TAX LIENS as a NEIGHBORHOOD DISRUPTER. Bill GREEN says to do it; but he

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from in the private sector, where the union negotiates with managers who are working on the behalf of shareholders. I see the shareholders’ interests as similar to that of taxpayers. The shareholders’ return is diluted by concessions to the unions. Similarly, the taxpayer’s pocketbook in negatively affected by concessions to the unions. The shareholder in a private-sector collective bargaining has a clear representative at the table. In public-sector union negotiations the taxpayer’s advocate is frequently conflicted at best. Monday night, Pennsylvania Republican Party CHAIRMAN ROB GLEASON and

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(Cont. From Page 32) Foundation estimated Pennsylvania government unions spent $4.9 million on political activities and lobbying in 2012 in addition to the $3.9 million spent by the PACs of the state’s six largest government unions. Brouillette discussed the benefits of Wisconsin’s Act 10 which curtailed collective bargaining activities and allowed state employees to opt out of paying dues. The result was the union revenues declined markedly. The Western Center for Journalism reports teacher union membership is down by 29%. Teachers in Kenosha, Wisc. actually voted to decer-

tify their union. One union in Milwaukee saw an 88% decrease in dues payments. I do not believe we could pass a law in Pennsylvania that curtails collective bargaining or that would allow people not to join a union in a union shop (Right to Work). But taking the dues-collection process out of the hands of government for all unions except for police and firefighters might be feasible. The unions for the most part support politicians that want to expand government, thus increasing government payrolls and union rolls. The unions negotiate contracts with the people they helped put in office. This dynamic is markedly different should look for a BETTER vehicle. The daily press has GREATLY improved sports reporting with more highschool sports news! The OTHER incubator of sports GREATS are the 30-some neighborhood gyms dedicated to boxing and mixed martial arts for youth, as well as the wrestling programs offered by the CZW League. How about publicity for them? The public cannot keep current on an area where they have an interest, without media help. WHAT A LOSS: Michael J. O’SHEA, MANY TIMES decorated soldier who served in Vietnam. He just won his disability fight with the VA, and passed. Loving sister ANN BROWN was an angel who cared for him. Of his life the Almighty could easily say: “Well done, O good and faithful soldier. Well done….” Bob BERARDI, one-time leader of the 39th Ward, has passed. Bob worked for a major corporation, until the Wall Street press exposed that he was an executive and ward leader. Shocking then, not today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to ACE photographer of the Philly Tribune, Robert MENDELSOHN. Bob resembles Ernest HEMINGWAY. He has many fans – all female. And birthday greetings to lovely and ageless Audrey THORNTON, Founder and President of the


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(Cont. From Page 32) “We put together a wish list for our 10th anniversary,” Stiles said. “It’s rare that you get everyone on it. It was special to get Hillary Clinton, but we’re thrilled that we did. I don’t care if you’re a Republican, a Democrat or an Independent, she’s iconic. She speaks to women and leadership.” “Power of Possibilities: Define Your Own Success” is the theme of this year’s conference and the lineup of women who will be sharing their ex-

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Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the School District of Philadelphia, Office of Environmental Management and Services, from all firms interested in providing Environmental and Safety Medical Services. The RFP document and all additional information published as part of the RFP document may be obtained at: http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/offices/c/capitalprogram-bids/rfps-/-rfqs-/-transfer-packages All questions must be submitted in writing via email to Francine Locke, Environmental Director, at flocke@philasd.org. The Deadline for all questions is 2:00 pm, Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 pm, Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at location designated in RFP.

Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the School District of Philadelphia, Office of Environmental Management and Services, from all firms interested in providing Environmental and Safety Program Training. The RFP document and all additional information published as part of the RFP document may be obtained at: http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/offices/c/capitalprogram-bids/rfps-/-rfqs-/-transfer-packages All questions must be submitted in writing via email to Francine Locke, Environmental Director, at flocke@philasd.org. The Deadline for all questions is 2:00 pm, Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 pm, Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at location designated in RFP.

The RFP document and all additional information published as part of the RFP document may be obtained at: http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/offices/c/capital-programbids/rfps-/-rfqs-/-transfer-packages A non-mandatory walk-thru is scheduled at 9:00 am, Thursday, November 7, 2013 at: Murrell Dobbins CTE HS – We will meet outside of the Main Entrance 2150 W Lehigh Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19132 All questions must be submitted in writing via email to Gerald C. Thompson, Contracts Manager, gcthompson@philasd.org. The Deadline for all questions is 2:00 pm, Thursday, November 14, 2013. Proposals must be received no later than 3:00 pm, Thursday, November 21, 2013 at location designated in RFP.


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