99, was born on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918 and passed away on January 17, 2018. A lifelong resident of Bayonne, Ed graduated from Bayonne High School. He was drafted into the US Army in 1941. He trained in Texas and performed border patrol duties on the Rio Grande River. After the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, Ed’s 77th Field Artillery Unit went to Casablanca, North Africa under the leadership of General Mark Clark to fight against Rommel’s tank corp. After forcing Rommel out of Africa, the invasion of Sicily followed for 38 days. The troops then crossed the Messina Strait and entered Reggio, Italy. For two years, he fought to take Naples, Foggia, Monte Cassino, Rome, Arno, Northern Apennines and Po Valley, ending in Bolzano. The US Army point system allowed soldiers with 85 points of service to be honorably discharged. Having earned 102 points, Ed enjoyed a flight home and was discharged on July 24, 1945. He returned to work at General Motors in Linden, NJ. In January 1948, he married Josephine Drozd. He attended night school at Vale School of Business and Rutgers University to earn his NJ Insurance Brokers License and maintained a home office. Ed retired from General Motors in 1974 with 37 years of service and continued his insurance business. He participated in local civic committees. He was also an active member of the United Auto Workers Retirees, Mt. Carmel Holy Name Society, Mt. Carmel Parish Council and the Marist Men’s Club where he initiated Sunday Night Bingo. Ed was predeceased by his wife, Josephine in June 2017. He is also predeceased by siblings, Stanley Suczewski and his wife Josephine, and Harriet Kaczka and her husband, Edward Kaczka. He is the father of Dr. Dorothy Filip Ed.D., Dr. Edward J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife Julie, Dr. Thomas J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife, Karen, Janice Suczewski, MBA and her husband, Roger Magid. Grandchildren include Dr. Zachary Filip M.D.; Edward A, Michael and Gregory Suczewski, Kathryn Kopacz and husband Kyle; Luke, Adam and Elizabeth Suczewski. Ed is the brother-in-law of Loretta Horzepa and her late husband, Stanley. Funeral arrangements by S. FRYCZYNSKI & SON Funeral Home, 32-34 E. 22nd St.
Historian Robert Allison, an instructor at Harvard Extension School, colors in Cape Cod’s record with photographs, historical figures, and far-from-dry tales. “A Short History” is part beach read, but suitable for the most scrupulous history buffs.
U organizaciji Hrvatske gospodarske komore u petak 18. svibnja na Trgu bana Jelačića u Zagrebu održat će se manifestacija u okviru projekta Riba Hrvatske – jedi što vrijedi koja promovira proizvođače i proizvode hrvatskog ribarstva.As part of the promotion, visitors could see the preparation of fish and taste free products of Croatian fisheries, such as fried gilthead sea bream, sea bass, anchovies, sardines, tuna, trout and whiting, trout and hot and freshwater fish, and fish stew was cooked. broth, shrimp and mussels on buzara. The products of the Croatian fish processing industry were also presented: canned, salted and marinated fish and other fish specialties.”By consuming Croatian fish, we contribute to the development of this sector and all those who are engaged in catching, breeding and processing fish. We want to fight the absurdity that we have a huge potential in fish farming and catching, we export 140 percent more fish than we import, and with a consumption of only 10 kg of fish per capita we consume half less than the EU average. With this project, we wanted to act on the awareness of our citizens that by consuming more fish, especially because of its nutritional properties, we are actually directly contributing to a better quality of diet and life. By consuming more fish, we are also saving domestic jobs in rural areas and on islands. Our fish comes from sustainable farming with the highest environmental standards, and the Croatian food safety system is certainly one of the best in the EU. “, istaknuo je potpredsjednik HGK za poljoprivredu, šumarstvo i ribarstvo Dragan Kovačević na manifestaciji u okviru projekta Riba Hrvatske – jedi što vrijedi.”This is an excellent project for the promotion of top Croatian fishery products, which, along with numerous other projects, is funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund. In the Ministry of Agriculture, we are also working on a project to popularize the consumption of fish in kindergartens and schools, and so far we have paid 336 million kuna to our fishermen for hunting, new plants and investments., ”Said the State Secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture Marija Vučković, adding that the utilization of the Operational Program for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries in the mandate of Minister Tomislav Tolušić has increased sixfold.At the event, 2000 kilograms of fish and fishery products were prepared for visitors, which they could taste for free. In addition to tasting seafood and freshwater Croatian fish dishes and fishery products, visitors also enjoyed the performance of the Dalmatian klapa.Register of Croatian suppliers for hotels and restaurants The Export Directory is a database of Croatian fishery products (from catch, farming and processing) offered for sale.An interested buyer can find information on fishery products or producers who offer this product in one place. The value of the database is that it is created by the providers themselves who have access to the system through their own password and username. In this way, it is ensured that the data in the database are always up-to-date, because the bidders themselves take care of their data.A potential buyer can easily search the database by fish type, product category (or together fish species and product category). See the list of suppliers here
Aston Villa have recalled Aly Cissokho from his loan spell at Porto, the Portuguese club have confirmed.The left-back will return to Villa, although he cannot play until January, with Jordan Amavi out for the season with a serious knee injury. Cissokho played under boss Remi Garde at Lyon and the 49-year-old has opted to bring him back with Villa bottom of the Barclays Premier League. Leandro Bacuna, a right-back, played on the left in Sunday’s 2-0 defeat to Arsenal which left Villa eight points from safety with Kieran Richardson failing to impress while deputising for Amavi. Former Liverpool loanee Cissokho, 28, has made 27 appearances since signing from Valencia under Paul Lambert in 2014 but he has made just two league appearances for Porto this term. He initially joined Porto on a season-long loan deal in August. 1 Aly Cissokho