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Wednesday, June 20 2018 @ 03:18 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, June 20 2018 @ 03:18 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Computer entrepreneur searches for gateway to knowledge


GOSPEL OF JUDAS
GOSPEL OF JUDAS
In April, the National Geographic Society announced that San Diego resident Ted Waitt had donated more than $1 million to fund the restoration and preservation of the Gospel of Judas manuscript.

Waitt, 43, is the founder and former CEO of Gateway Inc., the computer maker. The San Diego-based Waitt Family Foundation and Institutes are nonprofit organizations "dedicated to the improvement of mankind's knowledge through historical and scientific exploration." Copley News Service writer Diane Bell asked Waitt about his role in the Judas codex in an interview that was conducted via e-mail.
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An open road, a smaller world


INTERSTATE TURNS 50
INTERSTATE TURNS 50
In America, a land of possibilities and second chances, settled by people who came from somewhere else, mobility has always meant freedom.

And for the past 50 years, the embodiment of that spirit has been the freeway.

The interstate highway system, a half-century old this summer, connected the coasts and everything in between, and accommodated Americans' desire to take charge of their destiny.

"It made the movement of America, which is such a quintessentially American feature of our consciousness, and it made it incredibly efficient," said Robert Thompson, a professor of popular culture at Syracuse University.
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Dr. Michael B. Yeun, a family dentist


Dr. Michael Yuen, Family Dentist
My good friend, Dr. Michael (Mike) Yeun has been in the same location, 366 Forest Avenue in Paramus for over 20 years. His corner is known for the white tooth on his lawn depicting his location. He came across this location through a fellow church member and has stayed there.

Mike graduated from UMDNJ in 1984, did a little apprenticing and then came to our town.
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Widow's diamond ring keeps husband's memory close by


EMOTIONAL MOMENT
EMOTIONAL MOMENT
When Patricia Biedenbach's husband Don died in September, she wasn't ready to let him go.

"I wanted him with me at all times," she said.

Her husband was cremated at his request, and Biedenbach kept the ashes. But the Canton, Ohio, resident wanted something else that could be close to her wherever she was. That's when she remembered an article she read about LifeGem, a company in Elk Grove Village, Ill., that uses the carbon found in the cremated remains of a person's body or hair to create diamonds. She asked the Reed Funeral Home about it following her husband's cremation.
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Housing and sports facilities are seen as a winning team


SPORTING VIEW
SPORTING VIEW
Longtime stock-car entrepreneur O. Bruton Smith looked puzzled when he was asked if he was bothered by the drone of the high-performance automobiles that circle Lowe's Motor Speedway.

"Oh no, no," Smith said with a smile. "When I hear noise, I know we're making more money."
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Charlie Howard and the NY Swing Band


Charlie Howard & NY Swing Band
Thanks to the acumen of Tony Bucco and Len LoPinto, the latest showing of the Paramus Cultural Council was a show to see. We thought the Mahoney Bros., Jukebox Heroes was great, this show was on a par if not better. Played at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Bandshell, the audience was clapping, yelling ‘Bravo’ and even dancing on the perimeter.
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After the Wahoo


Wahoo 2006
On August 6th, a hot sunny day, the Paramus Municipal Pool Wahoo was held. Diving was divided into 4 categories: 8 & under, 9 – 11, 12 – 15 and 16 & up. The day was perfect for them. Matthew Frohnapfel was on hand wearing a Yankee shirt and Mayor Tedesco introduced him to everyone.
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You Drink and Drive, You Lose 2006 Statewide Crackdown


You Drink & Drive, You Lose!
You Drink & Drive, You Lose!
From August 18 through September 4, 2006, law enforcement officers from the Paramus Police Department will be stepping up impaired driving enforcement as part of the You Drink and Drive, You Lose 2006 Statewide Crackdown.
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McDONALD’S ANNOUNCES THE NEW HUMMER HAPPY MEAL!


Hummer Happy Meal
Hummer Happy Meal
McDonald's restaurants in the New York Tri-State area are celebrating the release of their new Hummer Happy Meal and teaming up with local Hummer dealerships. On Friday, August 11th, at 12:00 p.m. at participating McDonald's locations, parents and children will have the opportunity to tour the real Hummer vehicles.
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Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry to Host a Free Busines


The Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry is hosting a free business seminar titled “Making Change Stick”-- facilitated by Richard Reale, President of Positive Impact Associates, Inc.,-- Friday, September 15, 2006 from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., at the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center at Bergen Community College, Room TEC 128, 400 Paramus Rd., Paramus, NJ 07652.
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