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Greenville Memorial Home

Greenville Memorial Home
374 Danforth Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Phone: (201) 333-8000
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Clark Aided Blacks on 'Bandstand'? Not Always - The Root

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
American teens. When American Bandstand started broadcasting nationally in 1957, it had to avoid being tainted by the anti-rock and roll protests taking place across the country. City councils from Jersey City to Santa Cruz to San Antonio had banned rock performances, and radio stations in Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, Lubbock and Cincinnati refused to play rock and roll. The fear was in large part fueled by concerns about racial mixing, and on that front, Bandstand was indeed groundbreaking. Clark's show put African-American music and performers on television every day. While it featured a sanitized version of rock and roll, with white teen idols such as Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon, American Bandstand also hosted black vocal groups such as the Coasters and the Impressions; early girl groups such as the Shirelles; Motown artists such as Mary Wells and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles; and R&B and soul pioneers such as James Brown and the Famous Flames, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. Clark brought African-American performers to national television in an era when such performances were rare. American Bandstand also helped invent the demographic that still dominates popular culture: teenagers. It was the first national television program aimed squarely at teens, and it laid the groundwork for the baby boom generation, defining what teens listened to, how they danced and what they wore, ate and drank. Cl...

Luella J. Persons ? Rochester

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
In 1951 she received her B.S. degree in Nursing from St. Catherine University in St. Paul and then completed graduate coursework at Margaret Hague Medical Center in Jersey City, N.J.She worked as a Registered Nurse at St. Mary’s Hospital in Minneapolis, and then St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. In 1954 she married Benjamin Persons and they moved to the East Coast, where Ben worked for IBM. There they raised five children and lived in Massachusetts, Ottawa, Maryland, and New York before moving to Rochester in 1969. In Rochester she worked as a Registered Nurse at Methodist Hospital for 10 years, and retired from nursing in 1986.Luella was a member of St. John Catholic Church where she helped with the religious education program. She enjoyed playing tennis and bridge, an... (Post Bulletin)

SILive.com Launches New iPad App for Local Staten Island News, Weather, Sports ... - PR Web (press release)

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
The Advance is celebrating its 125th anniversary year in 2011. About Advance DigitalAdvance Digital, Inc., based in Jersey City, NJ, provides digital information and connection solutions for local consumers and businesses. The company operates 11 media properties across the U.S. that are the number one local news, information and community hubs in the markets they serve. The sites include al.com, cleveland.com, gulflive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com. About Verve WirelessVerve monetizes local mobile media. Our solutions help local media companies monetize their mobile inventory and enable advertisers to reach a valuable, premium audience where they live, work and play. Over 1000 local publishers use the Verve platform to manage their mobile advertising businesses and help make their sales teams more effective. In addition, we bring incremental revenue to our publishers through our relationships with national advertisers, who value the Verve network’s high quality local media companies, including the mobile outlets of recognized local media brands as well as newer digital-only local and hyper-local publishers. It is a brand-safe, editorially-driven, high-quality and transparent environment with market-leading targeting, creative and reporting capabilities. Only Verve has assembled such an extensive national footprint of high quality local media. Verve is located in San Diego, CA and Washington DC. For more information, visit http://www.vervewireless.com. ### ...

SILive.com Launches New iPad App for Local Staten Island News, Weather, Sports ... - DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
The Advance is celebrating its 125th anniversary year in 2011. About Advance DigitalAdvance Digital, Inc., based in Jersey City, NJ, provides digital information and connection solutions for local consumers and businesses. The company operates 11 media properties across the U.S. that are the number one local news, information and community hubs in the markets they serve. The sites include al.com, cleveland.com, gulflive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com. About Verve WirelessVerve monetizes local mobile media. Our solutions help local media companies monetize their mobile inventory and enable advertisers to reach a valuable, premium audience where they live, work and play. Over 1000 local publishers use the Verve platform to manage their mobile advertising businesses and help make their sales teams more effective. In addition, we bring incremental revenue to our publishers through our relationships with national advertisers, who value the Verve network’s high quality local media companies, including the mobile outlets of recognized local media brands as well as newer digital-only local and hyper-local publishers. It is a brand-safe, editorially-driven, high-quality and transparent environment with market-leading targeting, creative and reporting capabilities. Only Verve has assembled such an extensive national footprint of high quality local media. Verve is located in San Diego, CA and Washington DC. For more information, visit http://www.vervewireless.com. ### Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/12/prweb9053180.htm ...

al.com Launches New iPad App for Local Alabama News, Weather, Sports and More - DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
No other media reaches more local consumers with one insertion than the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and (Mobile) Press-Register. About Advance DigitalAdvance Digital, based in Jersey City, NJ, provides digital information and connection solutions for local consumers and businesses. The company operates 11 media properties across the U.S. that are the number one local news, information and community hubs in the markets they serve. The sites include al.com, cleveland.com, gulflive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com. About Verve WirelessVerve monetizes local mobile media. Our solutions help local media companies monetize their mobile inventory and enable advertisers to reach a valuable, premium audience where they live, work and play. Over 1000 local publishers use the Verve platform to manage their mobile advertising businesses and help make their sales teams more effective. In addition, we bring incremental revenue to our publishers through our relationships with national advertisers, who value the Verve network’s high quality local media companies, including the mobile outlets of recognized local media brands as well as newer digital-only local and hyper-local publishers. It is a brand-safe, editorially-driven, high-quality and transparent environment with market-leading targeting, creative and reporting capabilities. Only Verve has assembled such an extensive national footprint of high quality local media. Verve is located in San Diego, CA and Washington DC. For more information, visit http://www.vervewireless.com. *comScore Media Metrix, May 2010**SiteCatalyst Omniture, October 2011 ### Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/11/prweb8972441.htm ...

Robert M. Daly - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Pelham Manor, N.Y., Dr. Daly graduated from The College of the Holy Cross and received his M.D. from Georgetown University. He did postgraduate work at a number of institutions, including Jersey City Medical Center, Seton Hall University, St. Vincent’s Medical Center of New York, the Payne Whitney Clinic of New York-Cornell Hospital and the William Alanson Institute of Psychoanalysis. He was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, serving both in Korea and at the Fort Ord, U.S. Hospital in California as assistant chief of psychiatry. After military service, Dr. Daly was in private practice in New York City and was director of hospital services at Soundview Community Mental Health Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has held academic appointments at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Penn State, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Albert Einstein, Ithaca College, The National University of Seoul (Korea), Cornell University Medical School, Hahnemann Medical College and the department of psychiatry at Yale Medical School. Dr. Daly’s research projects included work on magnesium levels in schizophrenia, iron metabolism and free amino acids in the brain. He was an associate editor of The Journal for Bronx State Hospital, has authored many papers and studies dealing with various aspects of clinical psychiatry and has lectured extensively. He was president of the Fairfield/Litchfield Chapter of Connecticut Psychiatric Society (1985) and has been a member of that professional organization as well as the Connecticut Psychiatric Society, American Medical Society, Connecticut Medical Association, Fairfield Medical Association, Bridgeport Medical Association, American Association of General Hospital Psychiatrics, American Psychiatry Association, Pennsylvania Psychiatry Society, American Association of Psychiatric Administrators and a Founding Fellow of the American College of Mental Health Administrators. He was appointed to many roles, some of which were to the Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, chairman of Region I Directors of Psychiatry, and was a consultant to The Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Dr. Daly’s wisdom and the joy in his laughter will continue to impact his patients, colleagues, professional and personal communities, and his unwavering dedication to his children, family and friends, which had no end, will continue to strengthen and support them. A wake will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 20, at Edward Lawrence Funeral Home in Darien, Conn. A funeral Mass will be held Friday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church in Darien. Memorial donations may be sent to The Connecticut Hospice, 100 DoubleBeach Road, Branford, CT 06405 or Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House, 239 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 10305. This is a paid notice.

Robert M. Daly - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Pelham Manor, N.Y., Dr. Daly graduated from The College of the Holy Cross and received his M.D. from Georgetown University. He did postgraduate work at a number of institutions, including Jersey City Medical Center, Seton Hall University, St. Vincent’s Medical Center of New York, the Payne Whitney Clinic of New York-Cornell Hospital and the William Alanson Institute of Psychoanalysis. He was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, serving both in Korea and at the Fort Ord, U.S. Hospital in California as assistant chief of psychiatry. After military service, Dr. Daly was in private practice in New York City and was director of hospital services at Soundview Community Mental Health Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has held academic appointments at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Penn State, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Albert Einstein, Ithaca College, The National University of Seoul (Korea), Cornell University Medical School, Hahnemann Medical College and the department of psychiatry at Yale Medical School. Dr. Daly’s research projects included work on magnesium levels in schizophrenia, iron metabolism and free amino acids in the brain. He was an associate editor of The Journal for Bronx State Hospital, has authored many papers and studies dealing with various aspects of clinical psychiatry and has lectured extensively. He was president of the Fairfield/Litchfield Chapter of Connecticut Psychiatric Society (1985) and has been a member of that professional organization as well as the Connecticut Psychiatric Society, American Medical Society, Connecticut Medical Association, Fairfield Medical Association, Bridgeport Medical Association, American Association of General Hospital Psychiatrics, American Psychiatry Association, Pennsylvania Psychiatry Society, American Association of Psychiatric Administrators and a Founding Fellow of the American College of Mental Health Administrators. He was appointed to many roles, some of which were to the Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, chairman of Region I Directors of Psychiatry, and was a consultant to The Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Dr. Daly’s wisdom and the joy in his laughter will continue to impact his patients, colleagues, professional and personal communities, and his unwavering dedication to his children, family and friends, which had no end, will continue to strengthen and support them. A wake will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 20, at Edward Lawrence Funeral Home in Darien, Conn. A funeral Mass will be held Friday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church in Darien. Memorial donations may be sent to The Connecticut Hospice, 100 DoubleBeach Road, Branford, CT 06405 or Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House, 239 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 10305. This is a paid notice.

Cornelius Charles Richard Jr. - The Suffolk Times

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art at Cornell University, first prize; Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey, first prize; Newark Museum, honorable mention; Guild Hall in East Hampton, first prize; Jersey City Museum; Somerset Art Association; The Franklin Gallery; and Shakespeare’s Head. He was a generous contributor to the fine arts all his life. Mr. Richard was predeceased by his partner of 38 years, Richard B. Goldie. They both enjoyed and had been active members of the Sandy Beach community in Greenport since 1976. He is survived by three sisters: Ruth Richard Hibbs and her husband, Harry; Doris Katherine Richard; and Joanna Richard Charnock and her husband, Donald. A memorial service will be held in Greenport. This is a paid notice.

John Calley, Hollywood Chief, Dies at 81

Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Ms. Pascal recalled in a telephone interview. John Calley was born July 8, 1930, in Jersey City, the son of a car salesman, and, after serving in the Army, worked at 21 as a mail clerk for NBC in New York. After climbing a few rungs on the network’s ladder, Mr. Calley left to join an advertising firm before giving film producing a try at Filmways, a production company mostly known for TV comedies like “The Beverly Hillbillies.” He delivered a string of culturally important films there, including satirical examinations of war, like “The Americanization of Emily” (1964) and “Catch-22,” which identified him as part of a seismic shift in Hollywood’s balance of power toward a new generation of young filmmakers. “Kids were kings,” Mr. Calley said in a 1999 interview with The Los Angeles Times. “We were all young, it was our time, and it was very exciting.” Soft-spoken and cerebral, Mr. Calley in 1969 moved to Warner Brothers, where he ultimately served as chairman. During this time he helped make “Mean Streets,” “All the President’s Men” and “Superman.” But in 1980 he walked away, quitting with seven years remaining on a new contract — because, according to news reports at the time, he said he simply wasn’t having fun anymore. He decamped to a 35-room house on Fishers Island in Long Island Sound. He produced a movie here and there, including “Postcards From the Edge” (1990), but did not fully resurface until 1993, when the talent agent Michael Ovitz engineered Mr. Calley’s takeover of a troubled United Artists. As Mr. Calley told The New York Times in 1997, the goal was “putting rouge on the corpse” to prepare the studio for sale. United Artists, owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, soon delivered hits like “The Birdcage” and the critical darling “Leaving Las Vegas.” The unit was never sold. In 1996 Mr. Calley took the reins of Sony’s movie operation, which was reeling from overspending, executive infighting and an uneven performance at the box office. He again delivered hits, including “Jerry Maguire” with Tom Cruise, but his biggest contribution to the studio involved restoring stability: Columbia, Sony’s major arm, had four presidents come and go from 1991 to 1996. He stepped down in 2003 but k... (New York Times)




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