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Sunday, 1 October 2006

John Remembered

Carol Gramer, John Belmonte
9 January 1994, The New York Times
Carol Randolph Gramer, a principal in the benefits consulting firm of William M. Mercer, was married yesterday to John Albert Belmonte, a freelance writer. Both work in New York. Canon Ralph E. Hutton performed the Episcopal ceremony at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Orleans, Mass.
Ms. Gramer, 40, is keeping her name. She graduated from the College of William and Mary. She is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Gramer of Brewster, Mass.
Mr. Belmonte, 45, is the former real estate editor of The Daily News. He is the son of John M. Belmonte of Middle Village, Queens, and the late Ellen D. Belmonte. His previous marriage ended in divorce.



Burial
Calverton National Cemetery, where John was buried, is a United States National Cemetery located in eastern Long Island between the towns of Manorville and Riverhead in Suffolk County, New York. It encompasses 1,045 acres and as of the end of 2005 had 187,662 interments.

When the National Cemetery System constructed Calverton National Cemetery in 1978, the cemetery became the third national cemetery to be located on Long Island. The other national cemeteries situated on Long Island are Cypress Hills National Cemetery, in Brooklyn, New York, which was established in 1862 and Long Island National Cemetery, in Farmingdale, New York, established in 1936.

N.Y.U. Gets a Rival for the Journal; Twice-Weekly Publication Backs Choice of Hatchett

September 23, 1968, Monday, The New York Times
Page 32, 319 words
The first issue of Cerberus, a new student newspaper that aims to be "independent" and "creative," was published last week for distribution on New York University's Washington Square campus.

N.Y.U.'s Journal Expands Its Circulation to Bronx

March 11, 1969, Tuesday, The New York Times
Page 32, 157 words
The Washington Square Journal, the undergraduate student newspaper of New York University's downtown campus, has expanded its publication yesterday from twice weekly to four times a week in a move, according to the tabloid's editors, to make The Journal the first newspaper to cover all of the university.


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