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You are hereby summoned to answer the Civil Complaint of
Plaintiffs in Family Division in Hudson County. If you dispute
this Complaint, you are required to file with the court located at
595 Newark Ave., Jersey City, N.J 07306 and serve upon the
plaintiff, whose name and address appear above, a written
answer to the attached Complaint within 35 days from the date
served indicated below. If you fail to answer the Complaint, a
judgment may be entered against you for the relief demanded,
plus interest and costs of suit. A form of answer is available
from the clerk's office for your use.
If you file in answer, there is a fee of $135.00 plus $25.00. If
you have an unemancipated child (REN). An individual who is
unable to obtain an attorney may communicate with the New
Jersey State Bar Association by calling toll free (800) 792-8315
(within New Jersey) or (609) (394-1101 (from out of state). You
may also communicate with a Lawyer Referral Service or, if you
cannot afford to pay an attorney, call a Legal Services Office.
The phone numbers for the county in which this action is pend-
ing are: Lawyer Referral Service (201) 798 2727; Legal Services
Office (201) 792-6363
The Plaintiff Arlene McKenzie residing at 123 West 28th Street,
Bayonne, NJ 07002 by way of Complaint against the Defendant
Kareem Dates Alexander says as follows:
1. Plaintiff and Defendant were married on 1/1/13 in a religious
ceremony in Tobago and said marriage exists to date.
2. Plaintiff was a bona fide resident of the state of New Jersey
when this cause of action arose and have ever since and for
more than one year next preceding the commencement of this
action continued to be such a resident of New Jersey.
3. At the time of the cause of action arose Plaintiff resided at
123 West 28th Street, Bayonne, NJ 07002.
4. At the time the cause of action arose Defendant resided at
#2A McKenzie Trace, Glen Road, Scarborough, Tobago.
5. There are no children of this marriage.
6. There have no previous proceedings between Plaintiff and
Defendant respecting the marriage or its dissolution or respect-
ing the division of property of the parties in any Court.
7. The parties have experienced irreconcilable differences in
their marriage for at least 6 months prior to the filing of this mat-
ter. There is no prospect of reconciliation.
WHEREFORE Plaintiff demands Judgment against Defendant:
1. Dissolving the marriage between the parties;
2. For such other and further relief as this Court may deem just
Howard Masia, Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff 0130055
VATICAN CITY---Pope Francis seems to have
made up with the world of birds.
After his dove release went terribly awry
on Sunday, Francis gladly blessed and held
a green parrot named Amore yesterday that
was offered to him by its owner, Francesco
Francis initially drove by Amore during his
general audience, but then doubled back and
took the bird for a few seconds on his finger.
Lombardi said Amore parroted back the
"Papa" that the crowd was chanting.
The scene wasn t so peaceful on Sunday,
when children flanking Francis set free two
white doves from his studio window over-
looking St Peter s Square. The birds were
soon attacked by a crow and seagull. Animal
rights activists have urged Francis end the
tradition, saying domesticated doves can t
survive in the wild. (AP)
A dove which was freed by children flanked by Pope Francis
during the Angelus prayer, is chased by a black crow in St
Peter's Square, at the Vatican, Sunday. After the pope and
children left the windows, a seagull and a big black crow quickly
swept down, attacking the doves, including one which had
briefly perched on a windowsill on a lower floor. The doves' fate
was not immediately known.
Pope Francis holds a green parrot named Amore that was offered to him by its
owner, Francesco Lombardi, during his weekly general audience in St Peter's
Square at the Vatican, yesterday. AP PHOTOS
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