first_imgFuneral Mass was offered March 17 at St. Ann’s Church in Hoboken for Antoinette (Ann) Kruse, 97. She passed away peacefully March 10 at Hoboken University Medical Center after a short illness. Ann was a proud life-long Hoboken resident and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She worked for over 25 years at Hoboken’s famous Maxwell House Coffee and attended masses and novenas at St. Ann’s, Our Lady of Grace, and St. Peter and Paul Church and faithfully went to St. Lucy’s St Jude Novenas. Ann was predeceased by her sons, Charles Kruse and Pat Kruse and survived by her brother, James Totaro, sister, Dorothy Totaro, daughter-in-law, Brenda Kruse, her cousins, and many nieces and nephews.Services arranged by the Lawton-Turso Funeral Home, Hoboken.last_img

Oldendorff buys Capesize bulker trio from Tata Power

first_imgThe vessels will be taken over within the next three weeks in China and Europe, according to Oldendorff. As informed, the deal involves the acquisition of three Capesize bulk carriers at an en block price of $212.76 million. “The sale of our shipping assets announced today is in line with our long term plans to reduce debt and raise funds to invest in our future growth plans, including expanding our presence in the renewable energy business,” Praveer Sinha, CEO & MD, Tata Power, commented. “(W)e are strengthening even further our trades in/out of India. We see India as one of the drivers for the years to come for the dry bulk market, and we want to be part of that growth,” Peter Twiss, President and CEO of Oldendorff Carriers, said. The ships in question are the 209,300 dwt, 2016-built Trust Amity, the 180,600 dwt, 2011-built Trust Agility and the 180,600 dwt, 2011-built Trust Integrity, to be renamed Hark Oldendorff, Tete Oldendorff and Tilda Oldendorff, respectively. The transaction is a package deal that includes long term contracts of affreightment for the transportation of coal to India. MV Trust Amity was already on time charter to Oldendorff since it was delivered from Yangzijiang Shipyard four years ago. Germany-based dry bulk carrier owner and operator Oldendorff Carriers has signed a “comprehensive” package deal with Singapore-based Trust Energy Resources, a subsidiary of Tata Power Company, India’s largest integrated power company. last_img read more

Madang FC and Admiralty ready for the game

first_imgMadang FC Coach Bob Morris has named the first eleven aiming at targeting the Manus fast game.Morris says the team will be captained by strikers; Vanya Malagin and Max Sengum while Midfield will be controlled by Hanson Tirimo and Samuel Kini. In the backline will Langarap Samol sweeper, Nigel Malagin and Vincent Worio on right and left backline respectively while Ray Romo looking after the central defender.The two wingers are Maskulan Pulung and Darren Steven and Lien Manase will look after the goal mouth.Morris says the game is a must win and the lineup is based on the weakness and strength of the last game.Meantime, the boys from the Island of Admirality have also named a strong side.Coach Peter Sakael named Nabo Pongi as goal keeper, Christoper Mathew, Agi Mosses, Roger Sabua and Junior Selam at the backlineSakael says up in the midfielder will see Andrew Marapau, and Captain Nigel Yohang while up in the front will see Soso Poliap and Shane Sakael with two flankers Lore Richard and Sorove Malma.Coach Sakael says we both team lost last weekend and this game will be a tough one with both of us amining to come out victarious.He says Madang will come out strong with their supporters but I am confident with my boys and will play our game in the 90 minutes.The game will kick off at 3pm at Laiwoden Oval.last_img read more