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ONLINE: WWW.WEBSTERTIMES.NET                      “Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.”                                    Friday, April 24, 2009

Schools                                                                                                                       THE OLD BALL GAME

new chief
                                     BY JOY RICHARD
                                    TIMES STAFF WRITER

                       OXFORD — After months of
                     searching for a replacement for
                     outgoing Superintendent Ernest
                     Boss, the School Committee has
                     finally found its man.
                       On Wednesday, April 15, the
                     committee announced Business
                     Manager Allen Himmelberger
                     would step up to the helm to
                     replace Boss after the school
Himmelberger         year is done.
                       The retirement of Boss is big
                     news for the Oxford School sys-
tem. He has been the district’s superintendent for
four years and an educator in the district for 40                                                                                                                                                          Joy Richard photo
years prior to that.                                                                OXFORD — It’s that time of year again! Area towns kicked off their Little League seasons last weekend. Pictured, Ian Inangelo, 8,
  “These are big shoes to fill,” said Himmelberger                                  marched in Oxford’s Little League parade Sunday, April 19, and said he was happy for the season to begin and had the most fun that
                                                                                    day marching with his teammates. For photos from Dudley’s Little League Opening Day, turn to page A14!
                          Turn To HIMMELBERGER, page A15

Lending a helping hand Tea’d off on taxes
BENEFIT TO BE                                                                                                                                   DECRY BUDGET,
    HELD FOR                                                                                                                                     TAXES — AND
   TWO LOCALS                                                                                                                                   OTHER THINGS
     CANCER                                                                                                                                                BY GUS STEEVES
                                                                                                                                                     STONEBRIDGE PRESS STAFF WRITER

                                                                                                                                                 WORCESTER — Children don’t
            BY JOY RICHARD                                                                                                                     have to file taxes, but one boy knew
            TIMES STAFF WRITER                                                                                                                 April 15 bode him ill in years to come.
  OXFORD — In a moment of crisis,                                                                                                              As one of several children in a sea of
we would all hope that people around                                                                                                           angry taxpayers, he attended last
us would come together and help in                                                                                                             week’s Tax Day Tea Party protest
making the situation at hand easier                                                                                                                        ,
                                                                                                                                               Wednesday April 15, bearing a sign
for us.                                                                                                                                        that read simply “I’m in third grade
  Such is the case in Oxford at the                                                                                                            and I already owe the government
Fire/EMS Department.                                                                                                                           $$$$$.”
  On Saturday April 25, at 6 p.m.,
                ,                                                                                                                                For other participants, the signs
Oxford Fire/EMS will hold a benefit                                                                                                            and spoken ideas ranged widely but ,
at the Oxford Community Center to                                                                                           Courtesy photos    centered on a sense of outrage that
help raise money for two local people                                                             Above: Amanda Hudon poses sitting on a       the government has become so big,
who are battling cancer — Lt. David                                                               rock by a lake                               entrenched, expensive and corrupt                                Gus Steeves photos
Tourtellotte and Amanda Hudon. The                                                                                                             that it’s becoming a threat to every-     Several children attended Wednesday’s
event will feature Worcester Pipe and                                                             Left: Lt. David Tourtellotte poses in his    day Americans.                            protest, many of them holding signs like
Drums, along with the David Prouty                                                                dress uniform for the North Brookfield                                                 this one decrying the long-term fiscal
                                                                                                  Fire Department                                            Turn To TAXES, page A17     burden they’ll face.
           Turn To BENEFIT, page A16

Local ‘candidates nights’ inform voters before elections
                                                        DUDLEY EVENT URGES                                                    OXFORD CONTENDERS
                                                       RESIDENTS TO HEAD TO                                                  ‘MEET AND GREET’ WITH
                                                             THE POLLS                                                                        SUPPORTERS
                                                                            BY JOY RICHARD                                                      BY JOY RICHARD
                                                                            TIMES STAFF WRITER                                                 TIMES STAFF WRITER

                                                   DUDLEY — Vote! That was the main message of                            OXFORD — With the town election hovering on the
                                                 Dudley’s “Meet the Candidates Night” held Wednesday    ,               horizon, local candidates want to get the word out on
                                                 April 15, urging residents to be informed and have their               why voters should mark their name on the ballot.
                                                 voices heard Monday May 4, at the local election.
                                                                       ,                                                  The first “Meet the Candidates Night” took place at
                                                   Of particular focus at the event were candidates run-                the American Legion Club in Oxford, Friday April 17,
                                                 ning for a post on the Board of Selectmen, which is cur-               and was organized by Alan Hammond. The event was
                                                 rently held by incumbent Steven Sullivan. Challengers                  set up in the “meet and greet” style. This meant that
                          Joy Richard photo      this year will include Alfred C. Reich, Nancy Runkle                   the candidates each had a table with their name and
Dudley Selectman Steven Sullivan at              and John C. Zajkowski. Zajkowski was not in atten-                     any kind of hand out, decoration or food that they               Left, Oxford residents ask questions to
Dudley’s “Meet the Candidates Night”             dance at the event because he is an accountant dealing                 wanted and community members could go around and                 Harry Hibbard, an Aquarion representa-
Wednesday, April 15. The incumbent will          with tax day and the chaos that inevitably surrounds                   ask them any question that they wanted.                          tive, Friday, April 17, at the American
square off against challengers Alfred C.         the consequent deadlines. Sullivan has been on the                       There were seven candidates answering questions                Legion, during Oxford’s “Meet the
Reich, Nancy Runkle and John C.                  Board of Selectmen for the past three years and was on                 from the public Friday night — in attendance were                Candidates Night,” while at right, Town
Zajkowski for the Board of Selectmen
                                                                                                                                                                                         Manager Joseph Zeneski answers ques-
post up for re-election Monday, May 4.                           Turn To DUDLEY CANDIDATES, page A14                                  Turn To OXFORD CONTENDERS, page A14                tions as well.

          Seniors ................. A5        Obituaries ............. B2
          Learning .............A6-7          Events Calendar ...... B3                      BAY PATH                                                    BARTLET PITCHER
          Viewpoint ............. A10         Real Estate ........Sect.B                      BUILDS                                                        EXCELLS
          Sports ..................A12        Legal Notices ..... Sect.B                         PAGE 9                                                             PAGE 12
2 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                                                Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                                                                    

The power of information                                                                                                                                                                                                      QUOTE                   OF THE                    WEEK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              “All my life, I’ve looked at this country
 DUDLEY AMONG TOWNS RECOGNIZED FOR ONLINE EFFORTS                                                                                                                                                                              and thought it’s the best in the world,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              but there’s something wrong with it …
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 If I were an alien from space and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                came to earth, I’d land here because
                  BY RYAN GRANNAN-DOLL                                             The town’s Web site, Walker said, should                          ate the efforts of the newspaper.                                        it’s the best place, but I’d still want to
                                                                                be more like the Sturbridge site, which                              Newspapers will shine a light on a place                                 fix it. … [Restore the Republic aims] to
  Several area communities are receiving                                        she said offered more information and                                that is dark. I think all this has gone on for                             get us back to a true republic again,
kudos for their efforts to make municipal                                       interactivity.                                                       years and it is all coming to a head now.”                                 instead of this weird Twilight Zone
information more readily available                                                 “I personally have been trying to                                   Stonebridge Press recently filed a com-                                                we’re in.”
online.                                                                         encourage more and more information be                               plaint with the Worcester County District
  Charlton, Dudley, Sturbridge and                                              available on the Internet,” she said. “It                            Attorney’s Office alleging the Board of                                        Clinton resident David Kenefick,
                                                                                would be great to see all the minutes                                Selectmen, Council on Aging (COA) and                                          at last week’s Tax Day Tea Party
Holland have each received this year’s E-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           protest in Worcester.
Government         award       from      the                                    online.”                                                             Finance Committee all violated the state
Massachusetts Common Cause organiza-
tion. The award was given to 118 state
                                                                                   For Dudley Selectmen Chairman Brian
                                                                                K. Germain, the award is just the continu-
                                                                                                                                                     Open meeting Law stemming from a meet-
                                                                                                                                                     ing late last month. Neither the COA nor                                        OPEN                 TO         CLOSE
communities that post much of their                                             ation of the town’s efforts to improve its                           the Finance Committee had meeting                                                                 DUDLEY
town’s official business on their Web sites.                                    Web site ( in recent                                notices posted for the gathering, despite
It is also part of the organization’s effort                                    years.                                                               the appearance of a quorum of members.                                    DUDLEY TOWN HALL (508) 949-8000
to honor “Sunshine Week,” which has                                                “I think it is five times the Web site it                         The selectmen had posted a meeting for                                  Board of Selectmen (949-8001)
media outlets discuss town government                                           was a few years ago,” he said. “It is just                           their group.                                                            Monday-Thursday . . .8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
transparency issues. The event was held                                         going to get better.”                                                  Other towns are depriving their citizens                              Fridays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
in mid-March.                                                                      Germain said he would like to have a                              of seeing public business on its Web sties.                             Evening appointments if needed. Note: Office
  Charlton Town Administrator Robin L.                                          young volunteer work on the Web site, and                            Thirty towns currently lack one, accord-                                hours are for selectmen’s secretary and town
Craver presented the award, along with a                                        add the ability to pay bills online.                                 ing to Common Cause, leaving them with-                                 administrator. Selectmen do not hold office
citation from the state Legislature, to                                            Updating town Web sites frequently                                out a place to look up information about                                hours.
selectmen last week. Sturbridge Town                                            with items like Town Meeting informa-                                the public business. Savoy and Hawley are                               Town Clerk (949-8004)
Administrator James Malloy did the same                                         tion, Malloy said, is crucial to keeping res-                        among them. Gov. Deval Patrick has                                      Monday-Thursday . . . . .8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
to his board last week and Dudley select-                                       idents informed.                                                     signed a bill to given $25 million in fund-                             Thursday nights . . . . . . . . . . .5 to 7 p.m.
men received theirs at a recent meeting.                                           “I think the key is that it provides trans-                       ing toward providing high-speed Internet                                Fridays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  “I’m honored that we got it,” said                                            parency,” he said.                                                   services in every state community.
Charlton Selectman Kathleen Walker. “I                                             That kind transparency is exactly the                               “The goal is for every community to get
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DUDLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT (943-4411)
was surprised.”                                                                 lifeblood of democracy, according to Karla                           away from dial-up and have electronic
  While she hailed the award, Walker said                                       de Steuben, a Common Cause board mem-                                communication at the speed of the mod-                                  Staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week
the town should strive to put more infor-                                       ber and founder of the E-Government                                  ern age,” said State Sen. Stephen Brewer,                                DUDLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT (949-8040)
mation           on         its        site,                                    project.                                                             D-Barre.                                                                Monday-Sunday . . . . . . .6 a.m. to 6 p.m. All of           the                                       “The foundation of our democracy is                                                                                                                                 OXFORD
boards and committee minutes and agen-                                          built on public access to information                                  Ryan Grannan-Doll can be reached by
das should be posted there, she said,                                           about our government,” she said.                                     phone at (508)-909-4050, or by e-mail at                                   OXFORD TOWN HALL (508) 987-6027
instead of the few groups that do it.                                              Despite Charlton’s award and efforts,                                                               Board of Selectmen
  Currently, several boards, including the                                      Walker said the town is still struggling to
Board of Health, don’t have meeting agen-                                       be the open government it should be.                                   News staff writer Christopher Tanguay                                 Monday-Friday . . . . .9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
das or minutes online. The Board of                                                “I know it seems like we have been                                contributed to this report. He can be                                   Town Clerk (987-6032)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Monday-Friday . . . . .9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Selectmen posts that information, plus                                          caught with a lot of violations,” she said.                          reached at (508) 909-4132, or by e-mail at
much more, on its site.                                                         “We are progressing. We have to appreci-                                                             OXFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT (987-0156)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    For emergencies, call 911
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  Community unites at PAV for Ruda benefit                                                                                                                                                                                     In last week’s election preview for Oxford,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               due to a reporting error, a candidate’s
 WEBSTER — Family, friends and community members joined together Saturday, April 11, at the Webster PAV Club to support Webster Fire Department dispatch-                                                                      name was misspelled. Denise Morse is
 er Karen Ruda, who is dealing with a failing heart, and may eventually need a transplant. A benefit fund has been established at Hometown Bank (Karen Ruda                                                                    running for a spot on the Oxford School
 Benefit Fund) to support Karen’s medical costs.                                                                                                                                                                               Committee.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               In last week’s Little League preview story,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Webster Times incorrectly stated the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               date and time of the Webster Little
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               League Opening Day The event will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               held Sunday, April 26, and teams will all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               meet at Chet’s Smoke Shop at 11:50 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The parade will begin promptly at 12:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               p.m. For more information, visit

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PUBLIC MEETINGS
 From left, Karen Ruda’s father, Roger Latour, Kevin                                                                                                                                                                              Editor’s Note: Meetings as listed are
 Esposito, Chris Esposito and mother Pattie Latour.                                                                                                                                                                               retrieved in advance from multiple sources,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  including Town Hall and the Internet. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Webster TImes is not responsible for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  changes and cancellations.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wednesday, April 22, Planning Meeting, 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  p.m., Room 321A, Dudley Municipal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Complex, 71 West Main St.

                                                                                   Karen Ruda poses with the benefit’s organization committee.                                                                                    Thursday, April 23, Conservation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Committee Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Room
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  321A, Dudley Municipal Complex, 71
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  West Main St.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Monday, April 27, Selectmen Meeting, 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  p.m., Dudley Municipal Complex, 71 West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Main St.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tuesday, April 28, Federal Aviation
 Karen Ruda accepts a citation from the House of                                                                                                                                                                                  Administration (FAA) Public Hearing, 7
 Representatives, with Craig McNulty, chief of staff                                                                                                                                                                              p.m., Dudley Municipal Complex, 71 West
 for Rep. Paul Kujawski.                                                                                                                                                                                                          Main St.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tuesday, April 28, Selectmen Meeting, 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  p.m., Oxford Town Hall, 325 Main St.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 NEWS BRIEF
                                                                                   From left, Pattie Latour, Louise Redding and Carmen Castellanos.                                                                          Oxford Lions select volunteer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             award recipients
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               OXFORD — John “Jack” Flynn, Spiros
                                                                                           photos                                                                                                                            Tsetsos, Connie Tagg, Al Vigeant, Grace
 Carmen Castellanos poses with Karen Ruda and her
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Flynn and Joyce Sirard have been selected
 daughter, Haleigh, at the benefit.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to receive the 2009 Oxford Lions Volunteer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Appreciation Award.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               They will be honored at a dinner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Saturday, May 2, at 6 p.m., at the Colonial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Restaurant in Webster.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Oxford Lions President Dr. Antoinette
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Parvis encouraged family and friends of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the recipients to attend the awards dinner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to show their appreciation for their serv-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ice. We all know those special people that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             give so much of their time and energy to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             help others. These individuals exemplify
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             that trait and demonstrate the power of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             volunteerism and what they do to better
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             their community. Last year’s event was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             well attended and very enjoyable, and she
                                                                                                                            Karen is all smiles amongst her friends at the benefit.                                          encouraged all that plan on attending to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             reserve their seat early, because space is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Reservations for the dinner must be
 From left, Event Organizer Heidi Hoover, Amy Verdone, Karen Ruda and daughter                                                                                                                                               made by April 27. Please make a check or
 Haleigh Ruda.                                                                                                                                         Free Estimates                                                        money order payable to the Oxford Lions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             P.O. Box 212 Oxford, MA 01540. The dinner
                                                                                                                                                       508-347-2305                                                          cost is $35 per person. For more informa-
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4 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                             Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                                         

Cheering team tumbles onto world stage                                                                                                                             PHOTO OF THE WEEK
       BY CHRISTOPHER TANGUAY                    began last fall.
    STONEBRIDGE PRESS STAFF WRITER                  Entry into the Cheerleading Worlds 2009
                                                 is by invitation only and is granted to
   OXFORD — The 18 members of the
                                                 teams that win other events during the
most skilled team at CheerWorks
Academy in Oxford are heading to Florida
                                                    “They have to get a bid,” Wade-Lam
in a few days to compete in the
                                                 explained. “You have to be given it by a
Cheerleading Worlds 2009, a cheering tour-
                                                 national organization.”
nament featuring the best teams in the
                                                    That bid came in February when the
                                                 CheerWorks team took first place at Spirit
   “They are between the ages of 12 and
                                                 Cheer in Hartford, Conn.
18,” explained coach and gym co-owner
                                                    Since then, the team has been working
Carol Wade-Lam of her Small Senior
                                                 on their routine for the world competition
Limited Coed Level 5 team.
                                                 that Wade-Lam, a coach for 30 plus years,
   Wade-Lam explained that “Small”
                                                 said has to be meticulously choreo-
refers to a team of less than 20 members,
“Limited Coed” she said, means there are
                                                    “They have to be perfectly timed,” she
fewer than four males on the team — two
                                                 said. “You have to always have action
in this case — and that “Level 5” denotes
the highest level of skill and competitive-
                                                 going on in the routine.”                                                                                           CONTEST ENTRY FORM: APRIL 24, 2009
                                                    “Every competition we add something
ness for a team of this age.
                                                 harder and newer,” said Danielle Parker, a
   Wade-Lam explained Level 5 competi-
                                                 14-year-old cheerleader from Southbridge.                                                                                  Deadline: date, April 23, 2009
tion requires a certain degree of technical
                                                    Despite coming from as far around as
skills, including double twist dismounts,                                                                               Christopher Tanguay photo
single leg body positions and advanced
                                                 Oxford, Leicester, Northbridge, Auburn,                                                                                            Last week’s picture:
                                                 Webster, Charlton and even Sutton, Conn.,        The Small Senior limited Coed Level 5                  Giant metal gear outside of Wear-Rite Corp A.B. Engineering
                                                 the members of the team, many of which           team from CheerWorks Academy in Oxford                Co. and AJEC Engineering Corp. in Oxford.
   “They have to perform elite tumbling
                                                 have been working at the gym for up to five      will be participating in the Cheerleading
passes in Level 5,” Wade-Lam said.
   To reach such a level of cheerleading
                                                 years or more, all rely on each other as         Worlds 2009, international competition in                                My guess for this week’s photo is:
                                                 equals.                                          Disneyworld on April 25-26.
proficiency requires an incredible amount
                                                    “I feel wicked close to everyone. We’re
of dedication from the 16 girls and two                                                                                                                   ______________________________________________
                                                 like a family said 16-year-old Marlisa
boys, many of them spending up to four
                                                 Cardoso of Brimfield.                              Cardoso simply summed up the goal of
days a week working at the gym in some                                                                                                                    Want to win $25? It’s easy! The Times is offering readers a
                                                    In the days remaining before the compe-       the team’s trip to Florida by saying, “I just
capacity  .                                                                                                                                             chance to get involved in their community newspaper. If you
                                                 tition, Damiano said the team is just            want to hit it solid!”
   “It’s a lot of pressure and it can be real-                                                                                                          think you know the what the Photo of the Week is, just fill out the
                                                 focused on perfecting their routine so “we         Tryouts for a new season of cheering,
ly stressful,” said Ally Damiano, a 16-year-
old cheerleader from Sturbridge.
                                                 do our best performance down there.”             dancing and tumbling will be held May 16-             form below. Send in or drop off to the Webster Times, 25 Elm
                                                    “We want people to remember our               17. For more information, call (508) 987-             Street, Southbridge MA 01550, or fax to (508) 764-8015 (writing
   “If you aren’t working together, you can
                                                 team,” Damiano continued. “No one                3669, or visit                    must be legible). One lucky winner will be drawn every month
all fail,” Damiano said of the seriousness
                                                 expected it, so this is really cool.”                                                                  and handed $25!
of the competition before them.
                                                    Parker is already grateful for a well-           Staff writer Christopher Tanguay may
   This competition, described as the
                                                 accomplished season.                             be reached at 508-909-4132, or by e-mail at           Name _________________________________________
Olympics of cheerleading, will be the last
                                                    “I’m really proud of the team, that we’ve
of the team’s competitive season, which
                                                 come this far,” she said.
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      • Crushed Stone 3/8”, 3/4”, 1 1/4”
                                                   • Dense Mix Gravel
                                                   • Concrete Sand
                                                                                                        “Gore School, 1880”
                                                                                            This small brick structure was once the “Little Brick
      • Mixed Stone 2”-6” Tail Ends                • Sandy Fill                             Schoolhouse” in the Gore which was built in 1821.
                                                                                            Apparently, the bricks were made in the Gore at the
          DELIVERY SERVICES AVAILABLE                                                       Emerson Farm in an area now known as Wawela. The
                                                                                            clay pit was just south of the farmhouse. By 1921, the
                                                                                            Little Brick School House, as it came to be called, had
         136 Central St., Southbridge, MA 01550                                             not been used as a school for some time. In that year,
        508.764.6164 • 508.765.0978 • 800.791-3089                                          a man by the name of E.F. Wilder appealed to the
                                                                                            selectmen to let him use it as a home because “he
                                                                                            was unable to secure any place in which to live, unless
                                                                                            he lived in a tent.”
                                                                                            Noting the acute shortage of tenements, the select-
                                                                                            men “allowed him the use of the building at a rental of
                                                                                            $4.00 a month.” An article in the Webster Times report-
                                                                                            ing on the matter ended by commenting: “It is expect-
                                                                                            ed that the town will play landlord here only for a short
                                                                                            time, as Wilder plans to move to a recently purchased farm as soon as possible.” The Hughes family owns the property today.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      - Courtesy of Paul and Phyllis Hughes.

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                                                   Wednesday April 29: Meatloaf/gravy whipped
                                                                                                       • June Bus Trip — Foxwoods Casino, June 18,
                                                                                                       $25 per person. Trip includes casino time, 9:30
                                                                                                                                                                        Anyone who feels that this program would be a
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Menu includes milk and margarine. Menus are
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                                                                                                       6000 to sign up.
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                                                                                                                                                                        3875 or a sign up sheet will be available at the
subject to change. Reservations must be made 48
hours in advance.                                  OXFORD SENIOR CENTER                                           ________                                              local senior center on School Street.
                                                                                                                                                                        • All S.C.M. Elderbus offices will be closed

Monday April 27: Cream of tomato soup, chick-
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                                                                                                                                                                        Monday April 20, to observe Patriot’s Day
                                                                                                                                                                        Please note that you need to call 48-Business

en salad, German potato salad, pickled beets,                                                                                                                           Hours (two days) in advance to schedule a ride.
multigrain bread, fresh fruit.                     The COA staff is available Monday through                   CENTER EVENTS                                            Please call — 1-800-321-0243.
Tuesday April 28: Spaghetti and meatballs,
         ,                                         Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Van transportation                                                                    • Fuel Assistance (WCAC) — call Worcester at
tossed greens with Italian dressing, French        is available for medical trips daily. Van trans-              ,
                                                                                                       • Monday April 27 — Silver Dippers Exercise, 9                   508-754-1176, ext. 110 for an appointment.
bread, birthday cake (plain cake).                 portation to Worcester is Tuesday, Wednesday        a.m.; and Line Dancing, 10 a.m. Come join and                    • The Silver Dippers are having a Flea Market
Wednesday April 29: Sausage with peppers and       and Thursday only. Van transportation to            play the card game called “65.” It is a rummy-                              ,
                                                                                                                                                                        Saturday April 25, at the Webster Senior
onions, mashed potatoes, corn niblets, sand-       Auburn and Webster is Monday through                type card game that is easy and fun to play   .                  Center, 116 School St., from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
wich roll, peaches.                                Friday. Grocery shopping is every Thursday          Cards are played every morning beginning at 9                    Something for everyone! This year we have lots
Thursday April 30: Teriyaki chicken, rice pilaf,   morning. Call 508 987-6000. A Nutrition pro-        a.m., or join in as a new game begins. Pitch                     of items for arts and crafts. Come and browse!
broccoli, wheat bread, mandarin oranges.           gram is available five days a week at 11:30 a.m.    League, 1 p.m.                                                   • Foxwoods Casino Bus Trip — sponsored by
Friday May 1: Stuffed peppers, mashed pota-        You must call Nutrition Manager Barbara                       ,
                                                                                                       • Tuesday April 28 — School Lunch, 11:30 a.m.,                                                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                        the Silver Dippers on Wednesday May 13. The
toes, carrots, rye bread, pudding (sugar free      Shultz ahead 48 hours to reserve. Meal donation     call before 9:30 a.m. for a reservation. BINGO                   bus leaves the Webster Senior Center at 8 a.m.,
pudding).                                          is $2.                                              (Social) begins at 1 p.m.                                        returning at 3 p.m., cost is $20. If interested,
                                                                                                       • Wednesday April 29 — Silver Dippers Line                       call Claire at 508-943-1950 or Rose at 508-943-
Webster Public Schools Senior Citizens                        ,
                                                   • Monday April 27 — Cribbage/Scrabble/board         Dancing starts at 9 a.m. and Exercise begins at                  3087.
Menu                                               games, 10 a.m.; Monthly EMT Health presenta-        10 a.m. Tri-Valley Lunch, for a reservation call
                                                   tion, 11:15 a.m.; Ladies of Round Table, 12:30      Monday before 11 a.m. Chair Yoga from 11 a.m.                    Meals are open to anyone 60 years and up, pro-
Tuesday April 28: American chop suey grated
         ,                               ,         p.m.                                                to 12 p.m., sponsored by Fallon. Progressive                     vided through the Older American Act for a
cheese, garlic flat bread, garden salad, sea-                 ,
                                                   • Tuesday April 28 — Oxford Senior                  Pitch will start at 1 p.m., all are welcome, come                nominal amount. The Senior Center has walk-
soned corn, vanilla cake/frosting, milk.           Needleworkers, 12 to 2 p.m.; Chair Yoga with        play when you can.                                               ers, canes, bath chairs, commodes and wheel-
Thursday April 30: Pork ham roast with gravy
           ,                                  ,    Gloria, 1 to 2 p.m, $2 weekly.                                  ,
                                                                                                       • Thursday April 30 — Social Security                            chairs for people to use. We have books, maga-
French bread, mashed potatoes, seasoned                           ,
                                                   • Wednesday April 29 — Computer Class, 9            Representative is available from 9:30 a.m. to 12                 zines and VHS tapes.
beets, Jell-O, milk.                               a.m.; SHINE Counselor available by appoint-
                                                   ment; PITCH, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
                                                                                                       p.m. on a walk-in basis, please sign-in. School
                                                                                                       Lunch, 11:30 a.m., call before 9:30 a.m. for a
Bay Path High School: Elderly Lunch
                                                   • Thursday April 30 — Line Dancing, 1 to 2
                                                                ,                                      reservation.
                                                                                                       • Friday May 1 — Cards play begins at 9 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                 DUDLEY SENIOR
                                                   • Friday May 1 — Cribbage/Scrabble/board
All meals are served with 1/2 pint of milk.        games, 10 a.m.; Monthly Book Club, 12:30 p.m.;      • The Webster Fire Department has acquired a                              CENTER EVENTS
Meals are $1 and coffee is 25 cents. Subject to    Senior Social Bingo, 5:30 p.m.                      grant to assist the seniors in the community
                                                                                                       with updating smoke detectors and carbon                            • Monday — Lunch, 12 p.m.
change without notice.                                                                                                                                                     • Tuesday — 13 Card Pitch, 1 p.m.
                                                   UPCOMING BUS TRIP                                   monoxide detectors in their homes. With the
                                                                                                       economy as it stands we understand everyone                         • Tuesday/Wednesday — Needle Work, 1 p.m.

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                                                                                                       is having financial difficulties but we feel
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                                                                                                                                                                           • Wednesday — Exercise, 10:30 a.m., Scrabble,
                                                                                                                                                                        1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                           • Thursday — Painting Class, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30
  Boarding,Grooming & Dog TRAINING                 (includes gratuity). Family-style all-you-can-eat   effort to keep the citizens of our community
                                                   pot roast and turkey Call 508-987-6000 to make a
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6 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                    Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                                                                                                                     

                                   How ‘bout that weather?
BY JOY RICHARD                         money         to        the                                       nervous to have Burbank                                                      and we expect this year to be just                   He went to ask the students about
                                       “Wednesday’s         Child                                        as the speaker.                                                              as fun and educational,” said                        different types of precipitation
DUDLEY — Connecting the class-         Fund” that is featured on                                         “We are all very excited                                                     Desto.                                               and if freezing rain was one of
room to the real world has proven      WBZ, which is the local                                           to have Mr. Burbank                                                          The presentation began with an                       them. After he explained that it
to be an effective learning tool for   channel 4, that Burbank                                           here. We hope that the                                                       introduction from Desto and then                     was not, he talked about the ice
local schools, such as Webster         is featured on.                                                   day and the presentation                                                     Burbank asking the fifth graders                     storm that affected the region last
Middle School and it’s seismo-         “Wednesday’s Child” is a                                          goes well for both him                                                       about their favorite weather. He                     winter and how freezing rain
graph project and earth sciences       program founded by WBZ                                            and the students,” said                                                      then hooked them into the talk by                    caused that.
program — now, Dudley Middle           news      Anchor       Jack                                       Comtois. “Right now the                                                      asking them about their favorite                     After that, a PBS documentary on
School is trying to do the same        Williams that features                                            students are learning                                                        sports teams and how the weather                     weather was shown and the pres-
with    weather      science    and    children that have spe-                                           about hurricanes and                                                         affects the games.                                   entation concluded.
Meteorologist Barry Burbank.           cial needs that are up for Burbank                                tornados in our weather                                                      “Sometimes I would like the abili-                   “I always like speaking to stu-
Burbank made an appearance at          adoption. According to                                            sciences classes and we                                                      ty to control the weather,” said                     dents about weather, because it is
the school Tuesday, April 14, in, the pro-                                           hope Mr. Burbank will                                                        Burbank. “I can’t though and it is                   something that is always there
the school auditorium. His pres-       gram has been running strong for                         touch on these subjects and help                                                      no fun when bad weather gets in                      around us and it is important to
entation focused on hurricanes         25 years and Williams hopes it                           the children connect to them even                                                     the way of anything, even                            be interested in those these
and tornados. This was hoped to        stays strong in the future.                              better and help them become even                                                      games.”                                              things that are always affecting
help the students in attendance        Burbank is no stranger to Dudley                         more excited and interested to                                                        He went on to share how he has                       you and others that are around
understand and get excited about       Middle School, with this being his                       learn more about them and                                                             always been interested in differ-                    you,” said Burbank.
the weather science unit they are      second year as a guest speaker.                          weather in general.”                                                                  ent types of weather, especially
currently in.                          The presentation he gave is                              Principal Gregg Desto said only                                                       winter weather.
Burbank makes presentations to         geared toward the weather sci-                           good things about Burbank and                                                         “Winter weather has always
schools      all     around     the    ence unit that the fifth grade class                     the presentation he made last                                                         interested me the most,” said                        Joy Richard may be reached at 508-
Commonwealth and does not              is currently involved in.                                year and the hope for a good per-                                                     Burbank. “It is harder to deal                       909-4129   or   by    e-mail    at
charge a fee for his appearance.       Fifth    grade    teacher    Tracy                       formance this year.                                                                   with, but the most fascinating to          
Instead, he has the school donate      Comtois said she was excited and                         “Mr. Burbank was great last year                                                      study.”

                                                                   EDUCATION NOTEBOOK
                                           Webster Middle School honor roll announced
WEBSTER — Webster Middle School                 Mancini, Evan Maniatis, Armani Marquez-                                      Katherine     Gatto, Jonathan     Hurton,                                                     Mackenzie Stanhope, Brian Tondel,
recently announced its honor roll students      Chaves, Matthew Muzzioli, Nicolas Powers,                                    Christopher LaPierre, Devon Levesque,                                                         Victoria White, Anthony Yeulenski.
for the third quarter of the 2008-09 academ-    Madeline Ramsey, Connor Rumbaugh,                                            William Lonchiadis, Marcel Lopez, Brandon                                                     Honors:     David    Anderson,     Desiree
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                                                Santoro, James Snyder, Nina Thomas, Erin                                     Martin, Phillip Martin, Timothy Murphy,                                                       Beauregard, Peyton Chandler, Taylor
GRADE 4                                         Warren, Nathan Williams, Sarah Wong                                          Justin Osborne, Mikayla Perry, Caitlin                                                        Chisholm, Luis Concepcion, Drew Cutress,
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High     Honors:    Nicholas      Czernicki,                                                                                 Erick Ropi, Shawn Ropi, Ryan St. Francis,                                                     Denio, Abigail DesRoches, John Do, Shane
Samantha Czernicki, Dominick Dunbar,            GRADE 5                                                                      Kaitlyn Smith, Brittney Tremblay, Justin                                                      Dolan, Dymani Edmonds, Jireh Fuzz,
Keyshal Falcon, Autumn Foster, Piotr                                                                                         Weeks, Sherena Wilson, Nicholas Williams,                                                     Sherouk Gabor, Emma Grimes, Corryn
Kicilinski, Jillian Leite, Jessica Lenihan,     High Honors: Sebastian Arango, Megan                                         Parisa Zandi.                                                                                 Harwood, Catherine Heckler, Emily Hobbs,
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Mackenzie Mountain, Lucinda Orne,               Nicole Duquette, Jillian Fellows, Katie                                      GRADE 6                                                                                       McPherson,     Jasmine     March,   Jamie
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Molly Sklarz, Adam Sochacki, Robert Starr,      Piwowarczyk,    Robert    Price,    Hayley                                   High Honors: Arianna Bush, Amanda                                                             Tyler Morrill, Mikayla Paschopoulos,
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                                    EDUCATION NOTEBOOK                                                                                                                                      BARTLETT HIGH SCHOOL

                                                                                                                                                                                            Lunch prices: $2, milk: $.40

                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Assorted salad meals, assorted

                    Bartlett announces third quarter honor roll                                                                                                                             grinders, hamburger or cheeseburger, lettuce and toma-
                                                                                                                                                                                            to, sweet potato fries, pickles, apple slices/cream, milk
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Assorted salad meals, assorted
WEBSTER — Bartlett Jr./Sr.          Mullins, Kristyn Pichierri, Jonas   Truhanovitch, Olivia Woods,                   High Honors: Jennifer Bellerose,                                      grinders, chicken nuggets, whole grain roll, oriental rice,
High School recently announced      Pierce, Colin Powers, Daniel        Kaitlin Yeulenski, Mina Zaky.                 Matthew     James,    Katherine                                       peas and carrots, strawberry banana Jell-O, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Wednesday, April 29: Assorted salad meals, assorted
its honor roll students for the     Powers, Ryan Richford, Dominic                                                    Lavallee, Kathleen Mandile, Gina                                      grinders, American chop suey, grated cheese, garlic
third quarter of the 2008-09 aca-   Rivera, Susan Rivera-Robles,        GRADE 9                                       Scarglia, Daniel Zalewski.                                            bread, garden salad, vanilla cake/frosting, milk variety.
demic year.                         Stephanie     Ryder,   Jonathan                                                   Honors: Magdalena Barszcz,                                            Thursday, April 30: Assorted salad meals, assorted
                                    Sarro, Bryan Smith, Jamie           High Honors: Victoria Annese,                 Shannon       Devish,      James                                      grinders, Steak ’Um sandwich, peppers and onions, pota-
                                                                                                                                                                                            to puffs, veggie sticks/dip, fresh pears, milk variety.
GRADE 7                             Smith, Patrick Spooner, Danyel      Megan Baker, Alyssa Bonin,                    Erickson,     Rebecca     James,                                      Friday, May 1: Assorted salad meals, assorted grinders,
                                    Stone,    Steven     Tarnowski,     Morgan Devish, Meghan Dwyer,                  Magdalena Lezanska, Alycia                                            pizzeria pizza slice, garden salad, green beans, peaches
High Honors: Gustavo Bampa,         Zachary     Tremblay,    Jordan     Alicia Garamy, Nicholas Kobel,                Patterson, Bryanna Smith, Blazej                                      with topping, milk variety.
Matthew Bernier, Olivia Budney,     Vermette, Matthew Walters,          Andrew     Meloche,    Ashleigh               Stypulkowski , John Zmetra.
                                                                                                                                                                                            WEBSTER MIDDLE SCHOOL
Mikaela Canterbury, Cayanne         Tanara Worrells, Justin Wyman.      Panagiotou,    Kellie   Powers,               Honorable Mention: Emilio
Chenevert, Kellie Duquette,                                             Natalie Trivino.                              Betancourt-Ortiz,       Miranda                                       Lunch prices: $1.50
Olivia     Johns,     Jacqueline    GRADE 8                             Honors:     Manuela     Arango,               Biron,     Cristina    Bsoumai,
                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
Lagasse, Patrick Leduc, Damian                                          Eunice      Artey,     Matthew                Matthew Ciak, Amber Dellana,                                          hamburger or cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, sweet
MacCord, Indre’ Naujokaite,         High Honors: Martin Boersma,        Bialoncik,    Peter   Boersma,                Ryan DiTullio, Mark Dixon,                                            potato fries, pickles, apple slices/cream, milk variety.
Kelsi Pipes, Emily Powers, Sean     Erin Bonnevie, Trisha Danforth,     Megan Branisel, Ashlyn Budney,                Mariana Gomes, Kelsey Grey,                                           Tuesday, April 28: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
Powers, Sean Scannell, Melanie      Deidre DiLiddo, Emily Gould,        Deven Dupuis, James Guyette,                  Ashley      Harris,     Vanessa                                       chicken nuggets, whole grain roll, oriental rice, peas and
                                                                                                                                                                                            carrots, watermelon Jell-O, milk variety.
Trivino, Cameron Young.             Jennifer Grooms, Tori McIntyre,     Kayla Karlon, Matthew McKay,                  Hernandez, Jasmine Jaber,                                             Wednesday, April 29: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice,
Honors: Trevor Burns, Meaghan       Ashtin Morio, Syeda Raza, Kayla     Matthew Moussa, Isaac Ofori,                  Summer Konicki, Julie Milner,                                         raisins, American chop suey, grated cheese, garlic bread,
Chauvin, Alexx Ciras, Amanda        Smith, Amanda Stevens, Jacyln       Alexis    Poedworny,    Jessica               Anna-Lisa Norman, Maura                                               garden salad, vanilla cake/frosting, milk variety.
Collins, Elizabeth Duquette,        Vanderhoof.                         Rittacco,   Cecilia   Sarkodee,               O’Halloran, Michael Oleski,                                           Thursday, April 30: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice,
                                                                                                                                                                                            raisins, Steak ’Um sandwich, peppers and onions, potato
Derek     Girardin,     Matthew     Honors:     Kimberly     Brown,     Myranda Smith.                                Diane Peterson, Talon Roe, Adam                                       puffs, veggie sticks/dip, fresh pears, milk variety.
Hurton, Caleb Lally, Tyler          Ellyanna Collazo, Steven Dixon,     Honorable Mention: Cailyn                     Sgariglia,     Rafael      Sousa,                                     Friday, May 1: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
Mayotte,      Isaiah     Nunez,     Corinne King, Tyler Mailloux,       Canty, Casmere Cournoyer,                     Jeremiah Whitecotton, Kristi                                          pizzeria pizza slice, green beans, peaches with topping,
                                                                                                                                                                                            milk variety.
Catherine      Price,     Justin    Zoey Pierce, Sara Prunier,          Alyssa Dame, Rocco DiStefano,                 Willis.
Sherman, Justin Smith.              Celeste      Sgariglia,   Devin     Brianna     Guenther,    Robert                                                                                     PARK AVENUE SCHOOL
Honorable Mention: Christina        Silvestri.                          Kotarba,     Amber     Lavigne,               GRADE 11
Beinar, Janelle Bombardier,         Honorable      Mention:   Pegui     Jessalyn Levi, Tyler Mandeville,                                                                                    Lunch prices: $1.50
Travis Daigle, Jeffery Dubois,      Campoverde,             Yeydaliz    Benjamin Neeland, Stevie Pipes,               High      Honors:     Alexander                                       Monday, April 27: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
Betty Duggan, Cody Flynn, Jacob     Concepcion, Jacob Decker, Kylie     Matthew Podell, Christopher                   Atanassov,     Shanice   Bailey,                                      hamburger or cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, sweet
Gion, Tyler Hanlon, Justin          Dubey, Bethany Konicki, Patricia    Saladino,    Gianna    Sposato,               Carolyn     Betty,  Christopher                                       potato fries, pickles, apple slices/cream, milk variety.
Humphrey, Wasfa Jaffri, Kathryn     Murphy, Gabrielle Nabozny,          Brenda       Sundara,     Karly               Borelli, Laura Bouchard, Abby                                         Tuesday, April 28: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
                                                                                                                                                                                            chicken nuggets, whole grain roll, oriental rice, peas and
King, Brittany Lapierre, Harry      Cassandra      Nadeau,    Jamie     Tetreault, Shane Tremblay,                    Brisbois, Litsa Catusi, Elvis                                         carrots, watermelon Jell-O, milk variety.
Leo, Mason Manchester, Lindsey      Paniagua, John Plewa, Theresa       Lukasz Trzuskot.                              Dapshi, Ashley DiFava, Shaelyn                                        Wednesday, April 29: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice,
Mason, Karen Miller, Owen           Robinson, Jacqueline Sperling,                                                    Floria, Hillary Greenhalge, Julie                                     raisins, American chop suey, grated cheese, garlic bread,
                                                                                                                                                                                            garden salad, vanilla cake/frosting, milk variety.
Miller, Jimmy Milner, Amanda        Alexandria Steinbuch, Brittany                                                    Hoyt, Kyle Kelleher, Amanda                                           Thursday, April 30: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice,
Molina,     Alishia     Morales,    Stewart, Jason Tawczynski,          GRADE 10                                                                                                            raisins, Steak ’Um sandwich, peppers and onions, potato
Samantha Morrill, Christopher       Brett      Tetreault,    Deanna                                                           Turn To BARTLET HR, page A13                                  puffs, veggie sticks/dip, fresh pears, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday, May 1: Cheese tortilla, popcorn, juice, raisins,
                                                                                                                                                                                            pizzeria pizza slice, green beans, peaches with topping,
                                                                                                                                                                                            milk variety.

                                                                                                                                                                                            DUDLEY ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL

                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Chicken patty on a bun, potato puffs,
                                                                                                                    508-248-7728                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Spaghetti and meat sauce, salad, rolls
                                                                                                                                                                                            and butter, cake.
                                                                                                  MATERIALS*LOCAL DELIVERY                                                                  Wednesday, April 29: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes,
                                                                                                  O     SCREENED LOAM                               $16.00       PER     YARD               vegetable, rolls and butter, fruit.
                                                                                                  O     PROCESSED GRAVEL                            $12.50       PER     YARD               Thursday, April 30: Sloppy Joes on a bun, potato puffs,
                                                                                                                                                                                            coleslaw, cake.
                                                                                                  O     BANK FILL                                    $6.00       PER     YARD
                                                                                                  O     SCREENED FILL                                $8.50       PER     YARD               SHEPHERD HILL REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                  O     3/4” STONE                                  $17.50       PER     YARD
                                                                                                  O     STONEDUST                                   $12.50       PER     YARD               Monday, April 27: Chili dogs on a bun, cheese fries, fruit.
                                                                                                 Delivered prices based on local delivery of 20 yd. load. Many other materials available.   Tuesday, April 28: Turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes,
                                                                                                                              SERVICES                                                      vegetable, rolls and butter, cake.
                                                                                                                       O   EXCAVATION                      O TRAILER MOVES                  Wednesday, April 29: American chop suey, vegetable, roll
                                                                                                                       O   STUMP REMOVAL                   O UNDERGROUND                    and butter, fruit.
                                                                                                                       O   SEPTIC INSTALLATION               TANK REMOVAL                   Thursday, April 30: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes,
                                                                                                                       O   REPAIRS DRAINAGE                O SEWER TIE-IN                   vegetable, rolls and butter, fruit.

                                                                                                   SCREENED LOAM $2.00 OFF per yd.                                                          OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                                             with this coupon
                                                                                                            Based on 20 yard load. Local Delivery Only.
                                                                                                                                 expires 4/30/09                                            Lunch prices 5-12: $2.25 or $2.75 items, milk: $.40, break-
                                                                                                                                                                                            fast: $1.50.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Salad meal, specialty salad, tuna roll-
                                                                                                                                                                                            up, toasted cheese sandwich, rib-BQ/bun, chef ’s choices
                                                                                                                                                                                            as posted, tossed salad, potato puffs, chilled peach slices,
                                                                                                                                                                                            cowboy cookie, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Salad meal, specialty salad, turkey
                                                                                                                                                                                            Caesar wrap, pasta with marinara sauce, stuffed crust
                                                                                                                                                                                            pizza, chef ’s choices as posted, tossed salad, potato puffs,
                                                                                                                                                                                            chilled mixed fruit.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Wednesday, April 29: Salad meal, specialty salad, club
                                                                                                                                                                                            sandwich, American chop suey, chicken fajitas, chef ’s
                                                                                                                                                                                            choices as posted, tossed salad, quick baked potatoes,
                                                                                                                                                                                            assorted fresh fruit, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday, April 30: Salad meal, specialty salad, Italian
                                                                                                                                                                                            cold cut wrap, chicken quesadilla, crispy bread chicken
                                                                                                                                                                                            fillet/bun, chef ’s choices as posted, Mexicali corn, tossed
                                                                                                                                                                                            salad, applesauce with cinnamon, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday, May 1: Salad meal, specialty salad, grab and go
                                                                                                                                                                                            pizzeria pizza, hot dog on bun, tossed salad, potato puffs,
                                                                                                                                                                                            apple crisp, milk variety.

                                                                                                                                                                                            OXFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL

                                                                                                                                                                                            Meal prices: $2.25, items: $2.75, extra milk: $.40, breakfast:

                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Grab and go salad plate, tuna roll-up,
                                                                                                                                                                                            toasted cheese sandwich, rib-BQ/bun, potato puffs,
                                                                                                                                                                                            chilled peach slices, cowboy cookie, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Grab and go salad plate, turkey Caesar
                                                                                                                                                                                            wrap, pasta with marinara sauce, garlic bread, personal
                                                                                                                                                                                            pizza, mixed vegetables, chilled mixed fruit, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Wednesday, April 29: Grab and go salad plate, club sand-
                                                                                                                                                                                            wich, American chop suey, chicken fajitas, quick baked
                                                                                                                                                                                            potatoes, assorted fresh fruit, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday, April 30: Grab and go salad plate, Italian cold
                                                                                                                                                                                            cut wrap, chicken quesadilla, crispy bread chicken fil-
                                                                                                                                                                                            let/bun, Mexicali corn, applesauce with cinnamon, milk
                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday, May 1: Grab and go salad plate, pizzeria pizza, hot
                                                                                                                                                                                            dog on bun, tossed salad, apple crisp, milk variety.

                                                                                                                                                                                            CLARA BARTON AND CHAFFEE ELEMENTARY

                                                                                                                                                                                            Lunch price K-4: $2, extra milk: $.40, breakfast: $1.25

                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: PB&J meal, munchie lunch (fruit, roll,
                                                                                                                                                                                            yogurt, veggies), toasted cheese sandwich, hot tomato
                                                                                                                                                                                            soup with crackers, chilled peach slices, cowboy cookie,
                                                                                                                                                                                            milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: PB&J meal, munchie lunch (fruit, roll,
                                                                                                                                                                                            yogurt, veggies), salad meal, Cathy’s cold sandwich, pasta
                                                                                                                                                                                            with marinara sauce, garlic bread, carrot sticks, creamy
                                                                                                                                                                                            dip, chilled mixed fruit, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Wednesday, April 29: PB&J meal, munchie lunch (fruit,
                                                                                                                                                                                            roll, yogurt, veggies), salad meal, Cathy’s cold sandwich,
                                                                                                                                                                                            cheeseburger on a bun, quick baked potatoes, assorted
                                                                                                                                                                                            fresh fruit, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday, April 30: PB&J meal, munchie lunch (fruit,
                                                                                                                                                                                            roll, yogurt, veggies), salad meal, Cathy’s cold sandwich,
                                                                                                                                                                                            chicken quesadilla, Mexicali corn, applesauce with cin-
                                                                                                                                                                                            namon, milk variety.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday, May 1: PB&J meal, munchie lunch (fruit, roll,
                                                                                                                                                                                            yogurt, veggies), yummy cheese pizza, tossed salad, apple
                                                                                                                                                                                            crisp, milk variety.

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                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Pancakes/syrup, 4 oz. cup of yogurt,
                                                                                                                                                                                            orange or apple juice.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Eggs and sausage, toast and jelly,
                                                                                                                                                                                            orange or apple juice.


                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday, April 27: Spaghetti and meat sauce, tossed salad,
                                                                                                                                                                                            roll and butter, fruit, dessert, or plain spaghetti/sauce.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday, April 28: Chicken nuggets/sauce, potato tots,
                                                                                                                                                                                            vegetable soup, fruit, dessert, or veggie burger.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Wednesday, April 29: Meatloaf/gravy, whipped potatoes,
                                                                                                                                                                                            sweet corn, roll and butter, fruit, dessert, or veggie burg-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday, April 30: Grilled ham and cheese sandwich,
                                                                                                                                                                                            potato tots, vegetable soup, crackers, fruit, or grilled
                                                                                                                                                                                            cheese sandwich.
8 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                     Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                                             

OXFORD — Oxford Middle School recently
announced its honor roll students for the third
quarter of the 2008-09 academic school year.

                                                  Victoria Parr, Christopher Poutre, Thomas
                                                  Richardson, Adam Rivelli, Kayla Rivera,
                                                  Anthony Rizzo, Olivia Spring, Bryce St.
                                                  Germain, Gabrielle Steina.
                                                  Honors: Jonathan Aubin, Anthony Bird,
                                                                                                              Casey Franks, Brodric Fugere, Joseph Fullen,
                                                                                                              Joshua Giard, Cory Goyette, Matthew
                                                                                                              Grasseschi, Melissa Greenwich, Henry
                                                                                                              Guardado, Ryan Handlin, Chad Johnston,
                                                                                                              Noah Kersting-Mumm, Joseph LaBuff, Jamie
                                                                                                              Laramee, Nicole Lawless, Sean Leonard,
                                                                                                                                                                            Gum, Madison Heerdt, Kayla Kintchen, Kyra
                                                                                                                                                                            Landgren, Anita Lee, Logan MacManus,
                                                                                                                                                                            Evelyn Marquis, Matthew McNickles, Deon
                                                                                                                                                                            Poth, Abbey Rheault, Alexander Shadis, James
                                                                                                                                                                            Sheehan, Danielle Sosvielle, Connor St.
                                                                                                                                                                            Germain, Carol Stateham, Samantha Sullivan,

            EDUCATION NOTEBOOK                                                                                Madeline Lewis, Alexis Lima, Megan Lotter,
                                                                                                              Kyle McCarthy, Shaun McCarthy, Richard
                                                                                                              McKeen, Maci Melendy Sean Merritt, Abigail
                                                                                                              Morse, Zachary Mulcahy, Alexis Nason,
                                                                                                                                                                            Stefanie Weaver, Gabrielle White.

                                                                                                                                                                            GRADE 7

                                                                                                              Stephanie Nelson, Hony-Vy Nguyen, Jessica                     High Honors: Dylan Bordeaux, Meriel
Oxford Middle School reveals honor roll students                                                              NolanToukonen, Deanna Rapp, Andrew
                                                                                                              Ravenelle, Shane Richardson, Adrianna
                                                                                                                                                                            Borowko,     Christopher     Dejesus,
                                                                                                                                                                            Dell’Aquila, Alexandra Devon, Matthew

                                                                                                              Rocheleau, Amy Rosebrooks, James Sadowski,                    Leclair, Kelsey Leigher, Michael McCarthy   ,
                                                                                                              Daniel Scola, Conner Scotti, Alex Shepherd,                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                                            Kevin Merritt, Benjamin Murray Nathaniel
High Honors: Samantha Alves, Hunter Bailey  ,     Stephen Bouchard, Kianna Brenneman, Taylor                                ,
                                                                                                              James Slowey Jake Smith, Katrina Suklis,                      O’Connor, Nicholas Packard, Angelina
Rachel Bonney, Janson Borowko, Adam                                     ,
                                                  Brigham, Jared Buckley Lee Cappos, Cameron                  Corey Urban, Steven Vayda, Jeffrey Walls, Kyle                Papageorge, Steven Rivera, Keith Sisterhenm,
Brindley, Jessica Daury, Thomas Escobar,          Caracciolo, Cameron Cardoni, Kyle Carpenter,                Weagle, Nathan Wilson, Tora Wyman.                            Ryan Smolenski, Erin Sullivan, Joel
Nicole Grady Ashley Granger, Erin Granger,                                           ,
                                                  Timothy Catacchio, Emily Chandley Thomas                                                                                  Wentworth.
Austin Greene, Brianna Higgins, Nikole Jones,     Clifford, William Cournoyer, Jack Courville,                GRADE 6                                                       Honors: Matthew Anderson, Kylie Belletti,
Hunter Kelley Sarah Keohane, Ada Magalhaes        Aleksandra Cutroni, Brent Dell’Aquila, Olivia                                                                             Jamie Brodeur, Samantha Carey, Tyler
Monteiro, Ryan Marsan, Delainey O’Connor,                  ,
                                                  Donnelly Brooklyn Downing, Justin Duclos,                   High Honors: Andrew Campbell, Nicole Daury ,                  Chumsae, Gabrielle Clarkson, Ryleigh Davis,
                                                                        Sean Dupuis, Kyle                     Jacob Goyette, Abigail Hesselton, Sabrina                                                           ,
                                                                                                                                                                            Brittany Decker, Joseph Dwyer-Kiley Gino
                                                                        Durant,         Austin                LaMountain,     Melanie    LeBlanc,   Tyler                   Esposito, Patricio Fuentes, Mohammed Ghani,
                                                                        Edwards,          Said                          ,
                                                                                                              McCarthy Morgan Mitchell, Sarah Palmer,                       Angela Grasseschi, Jennifer Greenwich,
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CHARTLON — Students from Bay Path Regional
Vocational Technical High School’s annual house
building program have been busy as of late con-
structing a home on Robert Boulevard.

                                                  Dudley resident Justin Barrows, 17, of the Bay Path carpentry division uses a
                                                  miter saw to cut a post for a railing inside the newly constructed house on
                                                  Robert Boulevard.

                                                                                                                                   Steven Boivin, 16, of Southbridge, cuts a post in the garage of the new build,
                                                                                                                                   using a miter saw.

Samantha Parker, 17, of Southbridge, works on     Brandon Wing, 17, of Webster, and Steven Carito, 16, of Southbridge, install a
molding around the bottom of a closet.            doorknob into the front door.

POLICE REPORT                                                    ATTENTION CANDIDATES!

Sunday, April 5

Felicia R. Fisher, of 53 Steve Lopes Way,
Woonsocket, R.I., was charged with opera-
tion of a motor vehicle with a suspended
or revoked license and uninsured motor

Thursday, April 9

Brandon Katrenak, of 1043 Hartford Pike,
Dayville, Conn., was charged with opera-
tion of a motor vehicle with a suspended

Matthew R. Bergeron, of 6 Windy Ridge
Rd., Webster, was charged with speeding,
operation of a motor vehicle with a
revoked license as HTO, and failure to
wear a seat belt.

Saturday, April 11

Elizabeth Melendez-Vega, of 14 Village
Way, Unit 1A, Webster, was charged with
disorderly conduct and trespassing.

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                                                                        LETTERS TO THE EDITOR                                                                          Rummaging
                                                         Beresik: ‘I am happy to do my part’                                                                           through the
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                                                            To the Editor:
                                                            I am a candidate for the Webster Board of
                                                         Assessors on May 4 at the annual election.
                                                                                                               nial certification and any value updates annu-
                                                                                                               ally The State Dept. of Revenue recommended
                                                                                                               in a February 2004 Financial Management
                                                                                                                                                                       memory box
                                                            I have served the voters and taxpayers of          Review the town of Webster hire a professional

                                                                                                                                                                               oday we’re taking a peek into the memory
                                                         Webster in several offices including Zoning           department head with the necessary designa-                     box. I don’t know if your home has one, but
    FRANK G.                  WALTER C.                  Board of Appeals, Assessors, School                   tion, such as a Mass. Accredited Assessor, to do                ours is a loaf-sized wooden box chock full of
    CHILINSKI                  BIRD JR.                  Committee, Town Administrator Search                  the work in-house and save the town money by                    tickets, receipts, and other ephemera relat-
   STONEBRIDGE PRESS         STONEBRIDGE PRESS           Committees and currently chairman of the              using the professional department head to             ed to places we’ve been, shows and movies we’ve
 PRESIDENT AND PUBLISHER   WEEKLIES EDITOR-AT-LARGE      Finance Committee.                                    replace the outside firm.                             seen, and events we’ve shared over the past three
                                                            I worked in municipal government for more             In my experience as an appointed assistant         decades of married life.
              ADAM MINOR                                 than 20 years as an appointed assistant asses-        assessor I was given the responsibility to main-                              What inspired this recent
                    EDITOR                               sor and have attained certification as a Mass.        tain current values and make changes annual-                                  reconnoitering was our week-
     THE WEBSTER TIMES AND THE AUBURN NEWS               Accredited Assessor. This certification is need-      ly if deemed needed. The work was done in-                                    end trip to the Hanover
                                                                                                                                                                                             Theatre in Worcester for a con-
                                                         ed to qualify an individual to value properties       house and proved to be a cost savings to the                                  cert by Peter, Paul and Mary
                                                         that include residential, commercial and              town where I was employed.
           EDITORIAL                                     industrial properties and is recognized and
                                                         required by the State Dept. of Revenue.
                                                                                                                  If elected, I will see to it that we comply with
                                                                                                               the State Dept. of Revenue’s recommendation
                                                                                                                                                                                             (PP&M), those iconic folkies
                                                                                                                                                                                             who’ve carried us through
                                                                                                                                                                                             nearly five decades of music
                                                            I believe that if someone has a chance or          and at the same time save the town needed                                     with a message — and with a

  An amazing                                             desire they should give back to the community
                                                         and make it a better town in which to live and
                                                         raise a family I choose to serve the taxpayers
                                                         and voters of Webster and I am happy to do my
                                                                                                               funds in this time of financial crisis. I am also
                                                                                                               interested in keeping up with the computer
                                                                                                               technology that is required in today’s technolo-
                                                                                                               gy world and apply it to update and maintain
                                                                                                                                                                         A Y  S OU
                                                                                                                                                                                             passion for things that truly
                                                                                                                                                                                             Friday’s concert was unique in
                                                                                                                                                                                             that it was a sit-down affair —
                                                                                                                                                                         L I  IKE T          not only for the audience, but

    show of
                                                         part.                                                 town property values.
                                                                                                                                                                                             for the performers themselves.
                                                            I maintain the values of all properties should        I am retired and will spend my own time
                                                         be consistent with the market, which is the best      helping Webster maintain its proper values.
                                                                                                                                                                             MARK            Mary Travers, the lanky lead-
                                                                                                                                                                                             ing lady of the trio, is dealing
                                                         calculator of current values. The triennial cer-         It is my pleasure to serve the residents, vot-           ASHTON            with the ill effects of leukemia,
                                                         tification required by the State Dept. of             ers and taxpayers of Webster and ask for your                                 bone-marrow transplants, and

  selflessness                                           Revenue should be completed on time and
                                                         avoid interim tax bills and setting the tax rate
                                                         at a late date. Currently Webster is paying an
                                                         outside revaluation firm to complete the trien-
                                                                                                               vote on May 4. Thank you.

                                                                                                                                             JOSEPH S. BERESIK
                                                                                                                                                                                             associated drugs, all of which
                                                                                                                                                                     have left her with scarred lungs, bloated facial fea-
                                                                                                                                                                     tures, and a receding hairline. She had to sit
                                                                                                                                                                     onstage, wearing an oxygen tube, just to maintain

            hat else can be said for an event                                                                                                                        sufficient wind to sing, but her spirit was as inde-
            that, in the middle of the worst                                                                                                                         fatigable (in-de-fatiguable, as Noel Paul Stookey
            financial crisis many of us                                                                                                                              explained) as ever. Since she had to sit, they all sat.
            have ever seen, raised more
than $20,000 — more than last year, when
                                                         Candidates should ‘know the laws’                                                                           Which eventually brought the rest of us to our feet.
                                                                                                                                                                     So what if she could no longer sustain some of the
                                                                                                                                                                     notes in their signature repertoire. She was THERE.
the bottom hadn’t fallen out of the econo-
                                                                                                                                                                     The passion was still in her voice. The power was
my yet.                                                    To the Editor:                                      for selectman feels it is OK for him to do it.                                  ,                ,
                                                                                                                                                                     still in their harmony their synergy the union of
That is precisely what happened during the                 As you can tell, the town elections are com-          To these candidates who are doing this,             their spirits. Love was in the air. This was family   .
30th annual Food Share Radiothon                         ing up soon. We have candidates who are               how arrogant can you be? These candidates             So on the way home, my own Synergistic One asked,
Thursday, April 9, which raised money for                placing their signs in private owned areas            have run before and know the laws. They               “Are we going to save the tickets?”
local food pantries. Stumbling along at                  and according to the laws. The sad thing is we        think they are above the law and can do what-         “Well, sure!” I replied. “Of course!”
around $7,000 as of 1:30 that afternoon, the                                                                                                                         And it made me wonder what else our memory box
                                                         have others who do not, and are placing their         ever they want. Is this the type of thinking          still held. We may not have added much to it in
fundraiser closed strong — with several                  signs in state and town owned land, tele-             we want as our selectmen?
area businesses stepping up once again and                                                                                                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                                                     recent memory but I was eager to explore it for evi-
                                                         phone poles and traffic light poles.                                                                        dence of shared excursions, vacations, entertain-
showing the true spirit of an area that is                 One area that bothers me the most is the
often looked down upon.
                                                                                                                                                 JAMIE GAGNON        ments, and other events that have unified OUR spir-
                                                         one on Cudworth Bridge. We cannot hang the                                                   WEBSTER        its.
The total rested a little over $22,000 with              American flag on the bridge, but a candidate                                                                I dug into the treasure chest knowing that stuff
cash donations, pledges and little sponsor-                                                                                                                          would never go back into it in the same order, so that
ship taken into consideration.                                                                                                                                       my discoveries would also be disruptions of a sort.
On the same day, the American Cancer
Society Southbridge Area Relay For Life
                                                         Finamore: ‘Return enterprise accounts to where they belong’                                                 Yet, wasn’t this exactly why we had saved every-
                                                                                                                                                                     thing in the first place — so that someday someone
posted in this newspaper the winners of its                                                                                                                          (historians, anthropologists, spacemen from Pluto?)
                                                           To the Editor:                                      both enterprise accounts back to the town side,       could understand something of what life on Earth
second annual silent auction. In all, more                 For those of you that don’t understand the          you will once again be able to deduct these costs
than $3,000 dollars was raised — not quite                                                                                                                           had been like in the last quarter of 20th-century
                                                         warrant articles rescinding the sewer and             on your tax returns. The average household            America?
what had been hoped for, but more than                   water enterprise accounts and returning them          pays between $500 and $2,000 a year, so with a 30-                                 ,
                                                                                                                                                                     I first found tickets (really I’m not kidding) for Great
what was raised during the inaugural auc-                to the general fund, let me explain.                  percent tax bracket, you can easily see how           Woods Performing Arts Center from August 1987.
tion last year.                                            We pay one of the highest rates in the area for     much extra tax dollars you are paying for these                                                   .
                                                                                                                                                                     Performing were Peter, Paul and Mary Tickets were
In both cases, the generosity of so many peo-            both water and sewer. Currently we pay $49.11
                                                                                           ,                   enterprise accounts.                                  $18.50 (a fraction of what last weekend’s tickets cost)
ple was on full display .                                per thousand cubic feet for sewer and $44.62 per        Don’t let anyone in town tell you it will be an     with $1 parking fee included. In that same stack
For the one-day Radiothon, it is even more               thousand cubic feet for water (total of $93.73).      accounting nightmare to implement. We spent           were old tickets for Foothills Theatre, from 1991
impressive. Think about that: More than                  The city of Worcester pays $46.10 per thousand        more than $500,000 to improve the town’s              (“Festival of Stars”) and 1993 (“Side by Side by
$20,000 either raised or pledged at a time                                                                                                                           Sondheim”), along with Worcester Forum Theatre
                                                         cubic feet for sewer and $29.90 per thousand          accounting software systems and to improve            Ensemble “The Texas Chain Saw Manicurist” (1990)
when thousands are losing their jobs, seeing             cubic feet for water (a total of $76 — or $17.73      the integration of all departments. Remember
their pay cut or otherwise struggling to get                                                                                                                         and “Reckless” (1992).
                                                         less than Webster).                                   back to 1984 when we stared the sewer enter-          I found old Amtrak tickets for a trip from Hartford
by And the bulk of it was raised in less than              Worcester’s lower sewer rate reflects their         prise account, and back in 2004 when we creat-        to Baltimore. We’d spent a weekend there in October
five hours.                                              additional costs for their sewer upgrades, yet        ed the water enterprise account. Even then with       1999, explored the beautiful harbor, the “Fenway
It isn’t hyperbole to say that what everyone             Webster’s rate is before we reconstruct our           the older accounting systems, bills went out on       South” Camden Yard, with signs and graphic archi-
involved in the Radiothon did was nothing                sewer plant at a cost to you the ratepayers of        time, no accounting problems, and the required        tecture by my cousin David Ashton. Also in this
less than remarkable. From the smallest of               approximately $17 million. With this added            paperwork was filed with the Department of            stack was a train ticket to White River Junction,
donations to the largest of contributions,               costs of the infrastructure, neither Webster nor      Revenue.                                              Vermont, where we’d spent a weekend in 1987
from the single canned good to bags full of              Dudley (since Dudley shares our sewer system)           In these economic times where every dollar
                                                                                                                                                                     “volksmarching” over gentle hills that, to us,
food — this area came up better than big. It                                                                                                                         seemed breathtakingly endless.
                                                         can deduct these costs from our federal tax           counts, why continue to pay for services that if      There were tickets from the National Baseball Hall
came up big time huge.                                   return.                                                              ,
                                                                                                               set up properly would allow you the ability to
At a time when it would be very easy to be                                                                                                                           of Fame and Museum (in Cooperstown, N.Y., of
                                                           The town of Webster has shifted $47,000 of          deduct on your tax return? Think of what you          course), the Bill Gaither & the Homecoming Friends
selfish — maybe even understandably so —                 the DPW director’s salary to the water and            will save by your yes vote to return these enter-     Give It Away Tour at the DCU Center in Worcester
what we saw yesterday was the exact oppo-                sewer department. They have also added                prise accounts back to where they once were           in 2007, and a button from the First Annual Twine
site. A people selflessly giving to those most           $600,000 to your bill for indirect costs by the       and belong. Don’t let Webster, Boston, or even        Ball Days held in September 1992 for the Biggest Ball
in need.                                                 town to offset the overhead of the town funded        Washington have any more of your hard earned          of Twine Museum in Darwin, Minn.
From the very young to the very old, from                support staff. This also cannot be deducted on        and saved monies than they are entitled to.           I was tickled to recall the concerts we’d enjoyed by
businesses to local organizations — and                  your tax returns. In all, there is a $6 million                                                             Tom Rush, Barry Manilow (so sue us — it was
from everywhere in between — donors gave                                                                                                                             1985!), Liza Minelli, Neil Diamond, the Kingston
                                                         budget paid by you in user fees that you are not                                   MICHAEL FINAMORE         Trio, John Sebastian, Tom Paxton, Judy Collins,
more than just from their wallets and bank               allowed to deduct on your taxes. If you return
accounts. They gave from their souls, from                                                                                                           WEBSTER         The Monkees (reunion tour), and Arlo Guthrie.
their hearts.                                                                                                                                                        There were Providence theater tickets for “Mamma
                                                                                                                                                                     Mia,” New York City tickets for “Cats,” and Boston
No matter how much it might have hurt for                                                                                                                            stubs for “Miss Saigon” and “Phantom of the
some folks to give up some of their money,
they did.                                                Ballot question 2 corrects error in ’97 vote                                                                Opera.”
                                                                                                                                                                     I’d forgotten about — but was glad to remember —
What else can be said?                                                                                                                                               the Livestock Show & Rodeo (featuring Clint Black)
Amazing. Simply amazing.                                                                                                                                             in Houston, the Celebration of Folk Music at
                                                           To the Editor:                                      the chance to be accepted, and will lose out          Carnegie Hall in 1991 (featuring Pete Seeger and the
                                                           On May 4, the town of Dudley will vote on           the most. We want the citizens of Dudley to           Weaversl), and our trip to the Observation Level of
                                                         a ballot question “To allow the town to appro-        be aware that this will not increase their            the World Trade Center in 1999.
                                                         priate money to plow private roads.” We ask           taxes because these roads have been plowed            The card recalling time spent with “Maine
                                                         the voters of Dudley to vote “YES” on this            and sanded along with all the other roads in          Humorist” Tim Sample in August 1991 still conjures
                                                         ballot question. This vote is being taken to          Dudley since the 1997 vote and some, more             up one of the funniest evenings of our lives. On the
                                                         correct an error on a similar ballot question         than 20 years prior to that vote.                     other hand, the stub from George Carlin at the
                                                         approved in 1997. We are only talking about 2           Vote “YES” on question 2.                           Hanover last year recalls his wit, but decidedly ill
                                                         miles of roads. Some of these roads are in the                                                              humor, only a month or so before his death.
                                                                                                                                                                     A pair of tickets recall the Star Trek Convention we
                                                         process of being accepted by the town. There                        PATRICK & MARY ANN BOHENKO              attended in Boston, where the other attendees were
                                                         are a few, including ours, that may never have                                          DUDLEY              all geeks and nerds; we were just there to witness
                                                                                                                                                                     THEIR obsession! Also in the box were dozens (and
                                                                                                                                                                     dozens) of stubs from years (and years) of fantastic
                Are you a Webster,
                Dudley or Oxford                         Ricci would bring ‘new and fresh ideas’                                                                     offerings at Foothills Theatre in Worcester (every-
                                                                                                                                                                     thing from “The Fantasticks” to “Dancing at
                                                                                                                                                                     Lugnasa”), along with Stageloft Rep’s “Twelfth
                                                                                                                                                                     Night” and a representative sampling of more than
                 resident with an                          To the Editor:                                      and be able to bring projects within the              1,000 movies reviewed (and/or just viewed for pleas-
                                                                                                                                                                     ure) over the past four decades.
                  idea for a guest                         Webster is a great town and is one that
                                                         has many caring residents and business
                                                                                                               projected cost.
                                                                                                                 I am presently on the Webster Planning              Of special note was the stack of stubs from
                                                                                                                                                                     Memphis (the Blues City Tours, Elvis’ Tour Bus,
                column? We want                          owners. Webster, just like all other                  Board and have consistently been commit-              Sun Studio, Graceland, and Elvis’ Lisa Marie
                                                         Massachusetts towns and cities, will be               ted to doing only what is right and fair to           Airplane and Hound Dog II), though evidence of our
                     to hear it!                         going through their own economic hard                 our town and its people. My voting record             visit to Danny Thomas’ tomb and the famed
                                                         times for the next few years. Webster will            shows that the decisions I have made, at              Peabody Hotel with its tourist-friendly ducks was
                  E-mail ideas to                        need someone that will be able to think               times, have been difficult ones but I have            missing. A receipt from the Escoffier Restaurant at
                     aminor@                             outside the box and bring new and fresh               always been fair and consistent.                      the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) outside
                                                         ideas to our town. Our residents deserve                With regards to the up-and-coming rede-             New York City about 15 years ago recalls a world-
                stonebridgepress.                        to have only the best in our leadership               velopment projects in our community                   class meal (for three) for a mere $104.94 (tip not
                                                         roles. Webster will need someone that will            such as the AJ Sitkowski Building, the
                        com                              show leadership and commitment that                   National Guard Armory, the future of our              There’s plenty more in our memory box, and I’ve
                                                                                                                                                                     promised myself to spend time with it with it real
                                                         will bring us into the next decade and                downtown area, and the Waste Water                    soon. But I got stuck again when I found other
                                                         beyond.                                               Treatment Facility, I believe my experi-              PP&M stubs from Great Woods for 1988, 1989, 1990,
                                                           In my experiences with new construc-                ence can be of great help and support to              and 1992. We also saw them on July 4, 1990, at
                                                         tion and redeveloping residential commu-              our community.                                        Tanglewoods.
                                                         nities I have always been able to bring                 If you believe as I do that our town                Perhaps that’s why their present physical condition
                                                         many key professionals together to work               needs to have new and fresh ideas and feel            is irrelevant to the condition of their status in our
                                                         as a team. I have worked with a number of             that change is needed to better our future,           hearts, minds, and memories. In the parlance of
                                                         large and small local governments on a                please come out on May 4 and vote for me.             today’s kids, “PP&M rock!” Family is family wher-  ,
                                                         variety of construction projects. One of                                                                    ever — and whenever — you can find them!
                                                         my special focuses is to organize and                                            WALTER DAN R ICCI          Mark Ashton writes a weekly column for Stonebridge
                                                         implement multi-million dollar budgets                                                   W EBSTER           Press publications.                                                                                                                  Friday, April 24, 2009                 • THE WEBSTER TIMES • 11

A few odds & ends before vacation
Some random thoughts and observa-                                              on,    coast. And for stepping up efforts in       with? Shouldn’t the commie be               newspaper that took itself way too
tions while feeling guilty for leaving                                                Afghanistan. Sort of reminds you of         forced to concede first?                              ,
                                                                                                                                                                              seriously the truth is it would be a
my colleagues behind for a week, to                              BIRD’S               Dubya, doesn’t it? Welcome to the           • Phil Spector ought to hope his            sad day in print journalism if the
take my son to D.C., where the high-                                                              ,
                                                                                      presidency Mr. Obama.                       prison mates have “Lost That Lovin’         Boston Globe closed its doors — even
light promises to be a tour of the                               NEST                 • Casey Anthony could face the              Feelin’” now that he’s joining them.                      .
                                                                                                                                                                              temporarily Newspapers are vital
Capitol building:                                                                                     ,
                                                                                      death penalty after all. Until you’re       The one-time song spinner, who was                               ,
                                                                                                                                                                              assets to our society and that’s not
• His career ended far too short, and                                                               ,
                                                                                      found guilty you must be presumed           behind that Righteous Brothers hit,         being said just because it happens to
so did his life. Very sad to hear of the                                              innocent. In this case, it gets harder      faces 15 years to life for the murder of    be the chosen profession of yours
passing of Mark “The Bird” Fidrych,                               BIRD JR.            and harder to do that. If found guilty  ,   actress Lana Clarkson. Think                     .
                                                                                                                                                                              truly The Internet and other sources
who died in an apparent accident at                                                   the mother of little Caylee Anthony         Spector might hear one of his other         of information are to be expected in
his Northboro farm.                                                                   deserves whatever she gets — and            hits, the Ronettes’ “Be My Baby”?           the age of electronic media. But it
• Nice to see humility is alive and        highly trained Navy SEALS vs. a few        worse.                                      • This is just a suggestion — one that      says here nothing will ever replace
well in Capt. Richard P Phillips, who      starving, seasick, so-called pirates?      • Polar bears look all cute in posters      probably will go no further than the        the grit and finger-darkening pleas-
is downplaying the hero status the         Even Vegas wouldn’t take odds on           and on TV documentaries, but                papers in which it appears — but            ure of a print newspaper.
rest of us have awarded him. Instead,      that one.                                  they’re really not all that nice in per-    might the state consider five-year          • Excited about pending trip to D.C.
he is singing the praises of the U.S.      • Anyone else as jazzed as this writer     son. Some dolt found that out the           license retesting as a way to both gen-     — not so much over the hours-long
military forces who rescued him.           over the return of another season of       hard way when she jumped into a             erate revenue and make our roads            car ride to Virginia, where we’re
• I was a little thrown off over this      “Rescue Me”? Good to see Alex              polar bear exhibit in Berlin recently   .   safer? There might be some kinks to         staying.
whole Somali pirate drama. Being a                        ,
                                           Keaton (sorry Michael J. Fox, but I        Did she really think the polar bears        work out, but it seems it would be a        • A little bummed out that we won’t
big fan of Captain Jack Sparrow,           still think of the right-leaning Alex      were related to the smiling saps in         win-win. Ferret out the idiot drivers       get to tour the White House. I was so
when I tuned in to news broadcasts of      whenever I see you) back on the            those Coca Cola commercials?                among us and pump money into state          looking forward to a meet and greet
the saga, I was looking for bandanas,      small screen.                              • Of course, it’s possible she has a bit    and local coffers. What do you say     ,    with the new prez.
mascara and swords. All I saw were         • Was I the only a little creeped out      of a shortage of common sense in the        Sens. Moore and Brewer or Reps.                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                              • Seriously six months notification is
sweaty seasick guys with automatic         by the rainbow-colored lei draped          ol’ noggin.                                 Alicea and Smola? Does that idea            typically required for a good shot at
weapons. Since when did pirates            around the neck of the Obamas’ fam-        • Says here the woman is lucky to be        have your support?                          securing tickets. I called Richard
start using automatic weapons? And         ily dog? Don’t know why I was, I just      alive. And lucky we don’t sacrifice         • Or we could keep jacking up the gas       Neal’s office about a month or so in
where was the flag with the skull and      was.                                       the truly stupid among us.                  tax until it costs about as much to fill    advance. The good news? We’ll get a
crossbones on it? Very disappointing.      • Speaking of Obama, he certainly          • It’s OK that the president wants to       up your vehicle as it did to buy it.        nice tour of the Capitol.
• Of course, it was quite a relief to      gets points for finally ordering the       make life easier for the Cuban people,      • While there was an initial urge to
learn of Phillips’ rescue. It says here    Navy into action Sunday and ending         but has he forgotten that this is still a   enjoy a good chuckle at the seeming-
it could have come a bit sooner. Come      the hostage situation off the Somali       communist regime he’s dealing               ly imminent demise of a Boston

Safety reminders to keep in mind at night
                    A topic of particular con-       vant of dangerous situations. Abductors wish to        type of recognition.                                                   ,
                                                                                                                                                                  ing day Saturday April 18. This is always the
                    cern, especially at this time    avoid crowds and being noticed. People traveling       Be aware of your surroundings and avoid plac-         unofficial kick off of spring and the weather
                    with the weather improving,      solo are a much more attractive target for poten-                                     .
                                                                                                            ing yourself in harms way Avoid potentially           certainly cooperated. Many people lined the
                    is young people out in public    tial attackers.                                        dangerous situations by planning ahead and            parade route and supported the town’s young
                    at night.                        Carry a cell phone or other type of communica-         staying with others. The main goal of any trip is     people as they begin another season of baseball.
                    Some of these people are         tion device with you at all times. This is most        to arrive at your destination safely.                 We here at the police department wish everyone
                    teenage women. Being out         important when walking or traveling in a vehi-         I wish to thank Principal Cafelle and her staff at                        ,
                                                                                                                                                                  another safe, happy and enjoyable season.
                    late and alone can lead to       cle. Be sure to tell people, who are awaiting your     the Dudley Elementary School for allowing me
                    some dangerous situations.       arrival somewhere, when you leave a place and          to read during their annual Family Reading            Thanks again for your questions and comments.
   C  HIEF S’       With this in mind, I was         when you should arrive. Making calls along the                                ,
                                                                                                            Night held Thursday April 16. This program            Please send them to me at the Dudley Police
                    asked to provide people with     way is always advisable.                               recognizes the reading accomplishments of the         Department, 71 West Main St., Dudley, MA 01571,
   C  ORNER         some safety reminders.           If approached by someone in a car, the rides           students during the school year. Thousands of         or e-mail Opinions
                    The main objective for most      should be refused. It is best to run in the opposite   books were read by the student body as a whole.       expressed in this weekly column are those of Chief
     STEVE          people to observe, when out      direction or proceed quickly to some safer loca-       I thank Principal Cafelle for including me in this    Wojnar only and unless clearly noted, do not
    WOJNAR          in public, is to not be alone.   tion (home, friend’s residence, store or other         very worthwhile program.                              reflect the ideas or opinions of any other organiza-
                    This can be especially true      place where people are, etc.). Yelling or causing      I wish to congratulate all the players, coaches,      tion or citizen.
at night. There is generally safety in numbers.      a scene is another way to draw attention to your       parents, and supporters of the Dudley Little
By traveling as a group, you can be more obser-      situation. Potential attackers wish to avoid this      League for another successful parade and open-

   An Open Letter to President Barack Obama from His Dog
                               Dear Mr. President,                     And my name — Bo. I’m cool with it, even though some animal              never, never let the girls carry me around in a purse or a basket,
                               You are one crafty man. I mean,         rights groups have criticized you and the girls for choosing a           or push me in a stroller, or anything like that. I’ve talked to
                   K  RISTAL just when people start seriously          name that sounds a lot like “no.” I’ll try not to get confused when      Paris’s Chihuahua, Tinker Bell, and that kind of behavior from
                               criticizing your economic plans         you’re training me (even if I do, I swear I won’t wet the rug in         human folk — even if they are something way better than a real-
                   K   LEAR on the news every night, you say           the Oval Office). I’m a little more concerned that when I Googled               .
                                                                                                                                                ity T.V star — just isn’t cool with all of us in the dog world.
                               to yourself: Hmm, now would be          Bo, the Urban Dictionary definition was body odor, as in B-O.            Well, Dad, I hope I’ve helped you out a little bit with that whole
                               the perfect time to get a dog.          And even though the rumor mill is telling me that I’m named              budget thing. I mean, I hope I distracted everyone for a bit while
                    KRISTINA I’ll admit I am one campaign                               ,
                                                                       after Bo Diddly I’d like to think of myself as a little bit more         they got hit with last week’s double whammy: economic issues
                    REARDON promise you could keep. You                                                                .
                                                                       modern. A Bo for the twenty-first century You know, like Bo                                   ,
                                                                                                                                                all over the country plus taxes being due. Remember that colum-
                               promised your daughters Sasha           Bice, the American Idol contestant who lost to Carrie                    nist I was talking about? She wanted me to tell you thanks for
                               and Malia that they could have a        Underwood in ’05.                                                        the $8 she’s getting back in a federal tax return, even though she
dog after the campaign season was over, and then back in March         I really am enjoying all the attention I’m getting, from you,            only mailed it in and said no thanks to TurboTax’s sweet offer to
when reporters began to ask exactly when that would be, you            Sasha, Malia, Michelle, and everyone else. But it’s getting to be        file online quickly for the low rate of $19.95.
said I’d be coming after you got back from Europe.                     a little much for me to handle. If at all possible, I’d like you to      Oh, and thanks again for the really cool new home. I think I’ll
And now, Mr. President (or should I call you Dad?) here I am: the      appoint a personal press secretary for me. I’m thinking that                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                really like being a part of the family and I sure do like being a
First Dog, a Grade A distraction.                                                                                        ,
                                                                       might be a good way to keep Mr. Biden busy so you could just             celebrity .
It’s been pretty amusing to see all the news coverage that I’ve        add that to the list of things he covers as vice president. I swear      Sincerely   ,
been getting lately Apparently the fact that I run around the          that it’s safe for him to blab to me about anything because my           Bo
White House lawn is truly newsworthy I loved it when I turned          lips are sealed.
on the TV this week (bet you didn’t know I could do that, huh?),       Well, I do love the White House lawn, and since it’s spring, I hope      Kristina Reardon writes a column for Stonebridge Press and
and I saw a CNN reporter talking in a special dog voice, narrat-       it’s OK if I … um … you know, help with the fertilizing process.         Villager Newspapers.
ing A Day in the Life (of none other than me). Some strange            Maybe it’ll save the taxpayers a few bucks?
columnist from the Blackstone Valley even helped me write this         I’m getting a little worried, though, that I might be getting
letter. Talk about weird.                                              famous for all the wrong reasons, Paris Hilton style. So please —

                                                                     LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Community thanked for work at bake sale Voas has ‘cooperation and integrity’
  To the Editor:                                     Norsigian,      Fran     Bourbeau,      Chris             To the Editor:                                     that Mike will make decisions based on what is
  TSKK Inc. would like to take the time to           Czesnowski and Scott Bennett. A special                   As a past member of the Oxford School              best for the Town of Oxford, rather than his
thank the community of Webster and sur-              thanks to Linda Tokarz, who donated three              Committee, I understand the importance of             own personal interests.
rounding communities for their participa-            pans of Golumbki on Saturday, which were               education and the need for cooperation                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                    Most importantly I know that Mike under-
tion in our recent Yard & Bake Sale.                                   .
                                                     sold immediately When Linda saw how fast               between our town officials. As a taxpayer, I          stands the importance of education in the
  Don Stitt worked tirelessly coordinating           they sold, she returned home to make two               seek balance between fiscal responsibility and                   ,
                                                                                                                                                                  community a true leader understands that
this two-day event, which was a huge success.                               .
                                                     more pans for Sunday Derek Bleau, a high               long-term prosperity for the Town of Oxford.          knowledge is the most powerful gift that can be
Many TSKK members baked goods to sell and            school student, donated time to help out at            Looking through the eyes of an Eagle Scout            bestowed upon another, and knowledge
donated items for the yard sale portion as           the yard sale as well. His parents are both            from the Town of Oxford, I know the impor-            empowers ordinary individuals to accomplish
well. We are happy to report that any items          members of TSKK.                                       tance of integrity and community support.             extraordinary things. With is appreciation for
not purchased at our event will be donated to          Money raised at this event will help TSKK,              For these reasons, my vote for selectman will      the benefits of education, I am also confident
the Boy Scouts for their upcoming Annual             Inc in our continued efforts to support local          be cast for Mike Voas on May 19.                      that Mike will continue to commit to the suc-
Yard Sale and clothing has been donated to           sports teams and community groups’                        Mike Voas has demonstrated clear dedica-           cessful cooperation between the Oxford Public
the Catholic Charities.                              requests for assistance.                               tion and commitment to the Town of Oxford,            Schools and the Oxford town offices.
  Don Stitt would like to personally thank                                                                  from coaching girls’ softball to his many years         Please join me on May 19 in voting VOAS!
the following outstanding members for                                             CINDY DUQUETTE            serving the town on the Oxford Planning
donating their time to work the event —                                                  UXBRIDGE           Board. Mike also has practical business acu-                                               JASON THIES
Victor Biadasz, Fran Redmiles, Clara                                    VICE PRESIDENT, TSKK INC.           men — coupled with a clear sense of what “fis-                                                 OXFORD
                                                                                                            cal responsibility” truly means. I am confident

‘Hard work, ethics and sense of responsibility’                                                                                                SOUND OFF
   To the Editor:                                    in smaller government, lower taxes, and sys-
   Once again, “signs” of spring are showing
up all around town. By this, I don’t mean daf-
                                                     tem improvements rather than replacements.
                                                       Mike has shown me that all this can be
                                                                                                            Why bother to recycle in Webster?
fodils and budding trees. Instead of these           achieved using a common sense business-
greens and yellows, we voters are seeing reds,       based approach. I know that all his decisions            I have been living in Webster for the past          April 10, with only recyclable items in my
whites and blues. What better way to get             will be based using this very system. Hard             26 years. In those 26 years, I have always cho-       truck and I was then informed that now I
away from the doldrums of winter than poli-          work, ethics and sense of responsibility will          sen to recycle.                                       have to pay to recycle also.
tics?                                                make Mike a valuable and much-needed addi-               When Pratt took over recycling on                     My point being, what is the incentive to
   The voters of Oxford are faced with the dif-      tion to the Oxford Board of Selectmen.                 Cudworth Road, I continued to recycle but I           recycle? I went home and called an out-of-
ficult choice of whom they want as their next          Please join me in supporting Mike Voas on            refuse to pay to throw my trash away. I was           town trash company to pick up my trash and
selectman. I, on the other hand, have already        Tuesday, May 19!                                       given a list by an employee at the transfer           I will no longer recycle.
made my choice.                                                                                             station on the new rules regarding recycling            It is bad enough the transfer station is
   As a citizen of Oxford — more importantly,                                              .
                                                                                     JOHN W HESTER          in Webster. In those rules there was no               open such inconvenient hours, now Pratt
a voting one — I am supporting Mike Voas for                                                 OXFORD         charge to dump recycled items.                        wants to be paid twice — paid by the public
selectman on May 19. Mike and I both believe                                                                  I went to the transfer station on Friday,           and then paid again for the recycled trash.
12 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                              Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                                 

Indians dispatch Pioneers with big inning
                BY NICK ETHIER                  gling to center off pitcher Jenna              “In the beginning (Moulton’s) con-
               SPORTS STAFF WRITER
                                                Schwall, plating Poulin for a 3-0            trol wasn’t there,” Nasis explained.
   SOUTHBRIDGE — Throughout                     advantage. Lindsay Bond walked,              “She figured it out. The second time
the season the Southbridge softball             and then Kaylyn Delgado singled to           through it was all about location.”
team has been in almost every game              left, scoring a run. Moulton, who              Moulton, just a freshman, only sur-
they’ve played in, but then one or two          pitched for Bartlett, singled to center      rendered one run in the sixth inning
bad innings will ultimately crush the           to help her cause and picked up an           when Danielle Lafleche picked up an
Pioneers’ hopes of a victory  .                 RBI. Hannah Ritacco’s single up the          RBI on a fielder’s choice to make it
   The same routine occurred April              middle brought home another run to           12-1. Her pitching numbers were
20 when Bartlett put up nine runs in            make it 6-0.                                 great, going the distance and scatter-
the fifth inning to take an insur-                 After a passed ball made it 7-0 and       ing six hits while striking out eight
mountable 11-0 lead. The Indians fin-           Shannon Devish walked, Poulin                and walking one.
ished off Southbridge, cruising to a            blooped one into short right to score          Moulton was also in the zone at the
14-1 win.                                       two more. Morgan Devish had an               plate, going 4-for-5 with 4 RBI.
   “We were able to break it open a lit-        RBI single to put Bartlett up double           All nine positions in the lineup
tle bit,” Bartlett coach Colleen Nasis          digits at 10-0, and Buckley had her          had a hit, with Lavallee, Buckley     ,
said. “Little things were falling and           second hit of the frame, the latter          Delgado, Moulton and Poulin having
we were able to take advantage of it.”          being an infield single to finish the        a multiple-hit game.
   After scoring two runs in the first          scoring in the inning, to put the              Tremblay was the only player for
inning off a Makayla Moulton single,            Indians up 11-0.                             the Pioneers to have two hits, going 2-
Bryana Poulin began the fifth by                   “I can’t make excuses for them.           for-3.
reaching first after Southbridge                They got down on themselves,”                  “(Moulton) was a good pitcher, but
right fielder Marianne Castellano               Southbridge coach Kelly Gemboski             they just weren’t hitting the ball,”
couldn’t come up with a sinking line            said. “They put their heads down and         Gemboski said of her team. “They
drive that popped out of her glove.             didn’t get back in it. They let it get to    weren’t here to play; they didn’t work                                                                                      Nick Ethier photo
Morgan Devish then hit a sacrifice              them.”                                       hard.”                                    Bartlett freshman Makayla Moulton fires a pitch to the plate. Moulton pitched a great
bunt, moving Poulin to second base.                Sometimes a pitcher will let up and         The Indians improved to 3-5, and        game for the Indians, only giving up one run.
Katie Lavallee was next up and                  potentially lose focus when given an         hope to pick up more wins after suf-
struck out, but Poulin advanced to              11-run lead, but Moulton began the           fering numerous close-call losses.          “They have shown better efforts,”              Perhaps avoiding that one poor
third.                                          bottom of the fifth by striking out            Southbridge is 0-7 and is desperate-    Gemboski said. “This was a step                inning will be enough for
   With two outs in the frame the               Castellano. After Kelsie Tremblay            ly looking for that elusive first win.    back. Their attitudes weren’t in it            Southbridge to find the win column
Pioneers could have gotten out of the           singled to right, Moulton got out of         The Pioneers have improved                     .
                                                                                                                                       today It looked to me like they quit.          in the near future.
inning unscathed, but Alicia                    the inning by retiring the next two          throughout the season, but this con-      They’ve shown me that they can play              “They need to get a win,”
Buckley began the onslaught by sin-             batters.                                     test wasn’t reminiscent of that.          better than they did today.”                   Gemboski said. “It’s killing them.”

Mundell shuts door in Tantasqua win over Indians
                     BY NICK ETHIER                        pitches. “He fooled everybody. Middle of               Farrell said. “We try to steal some bases,
                    SPORTS STAFF WRITER
                                                           the order and you’re not taking a pitch, it’s          try to get a run wherever we can. Different
  WEBSTER — Tantasqua senior Cody                          frustrating to watch.”                                 guys contribute at different times.”
Mundell hasn’t been available to the                          Bugan was referencing the bottom of the               Bartlett responded in their next ups with
Warriors baseball team all week because of                 fifth inning, when Mundell took over. The 3-           two runs of their own to make it 4-3.
a sickness. But he toughed it up April 15                  4-5 hitters for Bartlett grounded out twice            Mielewski walked, Chris Dery singled up
and went to class all day to be able to suit               and struck out, quickly ending the frame               the middle, and Andrew Johns doubled to
up for Tantasqua in their game with                        with Tantasqua leading, 5-3.                           deep center field to score both runs.
Bartlett.                                                     The Indians scored the game’s first run               After the Warriors added a fifth run in
  After starting pitcher Cory Lavallee went                in the opening inning when leadoff hitter              the top of the fourth (Balderelli ground out
the first four innings — and after Mundell                 Rocco Distafano walked and stole second                RBI), they wouldn’t score again until they
vomited before the contest — he took the                   and third base. He later scored when John              added an insurance run in the seventh
mound and closed the game giving up no                     Mielewski hit an infield single.                       inning off reliever Johns. The run was
hits and only walking one in three innings.                   But the Warriors tied things at one apiece          scored on a Richie Davis sacrifice fly.
  “You can’t hit him,” Tantasqua coach                     in the second inning when Lavallee walked.               Tantasqua improved to 3-4 overall, and 1-
Mike Farrell said. “(The opposition has)                   He later stole second and advanced to third            0 in Southern Worcester County League
one hit off him in the last five innings.”                 on a poor throw to the outfield. When Jon              West play. Bartlett is 0-6.
  Mundell was listed at 125 pounds by                      Cook grounded out, Lavallee scored.                      Even with the defeat, Bugan has noticed
Farrell, and he was noticeably much short-                    The top of the third inning was the only            improvement from the Indians and hopes it
er than most of his teammates. Mundell’s                   time Bartlett pitcher Ryan Bernier (6                  translates into wins in the near future. He
tosses to the plate weren’t as fast as                     innings pitched, 5 hits, 3 strikeouts, 2               was also especially pleased with the per-
Lavallee’s or Bartlett’s pitchers, but he was              walks, 4 earned runs) had any sort of prob-            formance from Bernier, Bartlett’s ace.
equally as effective. His off speed offerings              lem. After giving up a single to Tim                     “He threw a great game, and that’s what
mixed in with a random fastball had the                    Santilli, Rico Balderelli walked. Greg                 you want from him,” Bugan said. “He only
Indians’ offense confused all three innings.               Caswell then singled to right, scoring                 had one inning where he walked a couple.
  “You got Lavallee who throws hard, and                   Santilli. When Lavallee beat out an infield            He held it together pretty well. If he can do
you have (Mundell) who throws junk,”                       single, Caswell came home to score. Cook               that, we’ll make plays for him.”
Farrell said. “It’s a good contrast. And he                then reached first on a poor throw to first              But the Indians had no chance of making                                                              Nick Ethier photo
throws strikes.”                                           base, which scored Lavallee, putting                   plays late in the contest with Mundell on             Bartlett starting pitcher Ryan Bernier looks at the
  “It looked like they were all off speed,”                Tantasqua up 4-1.                                      the mound, who seems unhittable for the               catcher for a sign before delivering to home plate.
Bartlett coach Joe Bugan said of Mundell’s                    “We try to put pressure on people,”                 Warriors.

Experience helpful in Northbridge victory over Hill
                               BY NICK ETHIER                 Even though it was only Shepherd Hill’s second game                                     quarter to take an insurmountable 10-1 lead on tallies
                             SPORTS STAFF WRITER
                                                            of the season (0-2), Kelley enjoyed playing a team in                                     from Dube, Cassidy, Corey Marinaccio and Tyrell
  NORTHBRIDGE — Northbridge has had a lacrosse pro- Northbridge that improved to 3-1 with the win.                                                    Damon.
gram for seven years, including the past six at the varsi-    “It’s always better to play somebody better than you,”                                    Northbridge finished things up with four scores in the
ty level. For Shepherd Hill, they had a junior varsity pro- he said. “It forces you to play to somebody else’s level.”                                fourth quarter coming from Perro, White, Perro again
gram last spring and made the jump to varsity this year.      For a while Shepherd Hill was playing right with                                        and Damon.
  Because of the large disparity in experience, the Rams Northbridge, as they only trailed 2-1 after the first quar-                                    Overall, Perro had five goals and an assist, while
of Northbridge were able to pick up a big win over ter.                                                                                               Cassidy finished with a team-high seven points (three
Shepherd Hill April 16, 14-1.                                 Ryan Cassidy scored first for Northbridge after the                                     goals and four assists). Dube had a goal and four assists,
  “They have a youth feeder system around and we ball hit Shepherd Hill goalie A.J. Coderre’s chest. Gino                                             while White scored twice and assisted on another.
don’t,” Shepherd Hill coach Mark Kelley said of the pro- Perro picked up the assist with 9:27 to go.                                                    Coderre had a staggering 23 saves for Shepherd Hill, so
gram in Northbridge. “Most of our kids have been play-        Northbridge took a 2-0 advantage with 4:54 to play in                                   the 13-goal differential could have been much worse.
ing for four weeks. No excuses, they were the better the quarter when Cassidy scored again, this time juking                                          Northbridge’s Ben Stewart tended net in the fourth
team.”                                                      past the defense to get an easy shot.                                                     quarter and had three saves.
  Northbridge coach Steve Falconer, who started the           Shepherd Hill scored their lone goal before the quarter                                   Northbridge knows all games won’t be this easy, but
lacrosse program in Northbridge, remembers the early closed when Garrett Wilga scored off a tough angle, beat-                                        the Rams still have high expectations.
days when the losses were common and the wins came ing Northbridge goalie Joe Russo (nine saves).                                                       “Our number one expectation is we would like to be
few and far between.                                          Northbridge scored four times in the second quarter to                                  one of the last four standing in the tournament,”
  “We took our lumps,” he said. “We were on their side of take a 6-1 lead into halftime. Goals were scored by Josh                                    Falconer said of the end-of-season district play.
losses that were even more lopsided than this one.”         White and Perro three times. Devin Dube assisted                                            And Falconer envisions Shepherd Hill being much
                                                                    White’s goal, while Cassidy had two assists on                                    more competitive in the years to come.
                                                                    Perro’s goals and Dube picked up another.                                           “I thought their ‘D’ was actually pretty good today,” he
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14 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                          Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                           

Dudley, Oxford kick off Little League seasons
                                                                                            Joy Richard photos
DUDLEY/OXFORD — With spring weather in full swing, Dudley and Oxford each had busy weekends, kick-
ing off their Little League seasons with opening day parade festivities. Dudley’s parade was held Saturday,
April 18, while Oxford held their event Sunday, April 19.

Nick Breau, 7, of the Cubs, poses at the Dudley         Luke Curtis, 6, of the White Sox, poses after march-
Elementary School’s baseball field after opening day    ing in the Dudley Little League parade. He said he
ceremonies.                                             was excited to take part in both the parade and the
                                                        ceremonies on Saturday, April 18.

                                                                                                                 Members of the Pirates team, Gehrig Dunn, Trevor Dunn, Alec Lindstrom, Chris Lindstrom, Josh Bagley and
                                                                                                                 Curtis Bagley, pose before their first game at Dudley Elementary School’s baseball field. Their first game
                                                                                                                 took place after opening ceremonies and the Little League parade. They expressed their excitement for the
                                                                                                                 season, as well as how much they enjoyed marching in the parade.

From left, Brandon Grzyb and Adam Grzyb of the          Jared Berg, 9, of the Angels, after the opening cere-
Angels pose at Dudley Little League’s Opening Day       monies at Dudley Elementary School on Saturday,
Saturday, April 18.                                     April 18.

Ashley Zablcki, 11, is playing for the Tornadoes this   Orioles player Kylie Hogan, 6, marched in the Dudley     Twins Fisher and Hayden Smith, 8, pose with their gloves at Dudley Elementary School after the opening
season. She said she is happy to have games start       Little League Parade on Saturday, April 18.              day ceremonies on Saturday, April 18.
this year.

Candidates speak out in preparation for election
                                                        and I hope that people see that on election              Charlton Regional School District Committee           — that for the post of sewer commissioner —
DUDLEY CANDIDATES                                       day.”                                                    are current Board of Selectmen Chairman               David L. Baxter will face off against incum-
continued from page   A1                                  Reich emphasized that he was not afraid to             Brian K. Germain and Joseph M. Pietrzak.              bent Constance Nedoroscik.
                                                        tackle difficult situations with common sense,           They will face off for a spot on the committee.          “I have learned a lot in my time with the
the Planning Board for a year as well. Reich            even if it involved making hard decisions.                 “I had a good time working with the Board           Sewer Commission — we have made a lot of
has also served on the Board of Selectmen                 “I know that choices that I will have to make          of Selectmen, but it is time now that I move          progress and when I first came on, there were
before and Runkel has served on the Planning            will be difficult and some might even involve            onto the School Committee,” said Germain,             900 sewer users and now we have around 1,800
Board for the last year.                                removing positions for the sake of the town              whose son is set to graduate from Shepherd            users, I think that is very good progress,” said
   They all spoke on how they would be the              where people I know are involved, but I was in           Hill Regional High School this year. “…This           Nedoroscik.
best for the job of selectman as well as answer-        the military for 30 years. I know how to make            will give me the chance to get in there and              Baxter said he would add a new perspective
ing some of the community’s questions.                  the tough choice and I have been on this board           make my voice heard and not have a bias, but          to the role if elected, and urged voters to head
   “I haven’t lived in the area my whole life, but      before, the town comes first,” said Reich.               at the same time know what is going on with-          to the polls on Election Day .
I believe that this will give me a different and          Running for Town Treasurer is Richard A.               in the school.”                                          “I just moved to Dudley from Alaska around
hopefully better point of view on making good           Carmingnani Jr. He is running for re-election              Pietrzak said he too had children with expe-        two years ago and have five children in the
decisions for the town,” said Runkel.                   and is the only candidate on the ballot.                 rience in the schools, and said he would use          school system so I am not going anywhere
   “I have said this before — all I want is to see        “I have been serving this town since 2002              that knowledge in his role on the committee.          soon,” said Baxter. “I think that the fresh ideas
people at the polls on May 4,” said Sullivan.           and this will be my third election, I would like           “I have had my children in the Dudley-              I have might be able to help the town move for-
“Even if I do not win the election, I would             to thank everyone and want to do my best                 Charlton school system in the past and I hope         ward in the Sewer Department. I am excited to
rather see 5,000 people at the polls than 500. I        keeping this town going strong in the coming             from seeing the school through their experi-          get involved with the town and hope that the
have been on this board before and some of              years,” said Carmingnani.                                ences I can do what is right to make our              voters will come out and vote on May 4.”
you may know that I might not make the most               Running unopposed for the Assessor post is             schools the best that they can be,” said
popular choice sometimes, but I believe that I          Jo-Ann C. Szymczak.                                      Pietrzak.                                               Joy Richard may be reached at 508-909-4129
am doing what is right for the town of Dudley             Candidates on the ballot for the Dudley-                 In the third and final opposed race this year       or by e-mail at

Selectmen, School Committee contenders meet with residents
                                                                          one thing — it is important for voters in Oxford to be                     — Lamarche and Voas — were asked what made them the
OXFORD CONTENDERS                                                         informed and get out to the polls Tuesday, May 19, to show                 best man for the position on the board, they were both
continued from page   A1                                                  their support for nominees.                                                focused on the people of Oxford.
                                                                             Peterson said he wanted to get a few key points out to the                “This race for me is one that comes from grassroots organ-
Marc Peterson, Laura Coonan and Denise Morse, running for                 public about his campaign, manly about how important expe-                 ization,” said Lamarche. “I want the people that live in this
School Committee; Joseph DePasquale, who is running for                   rience is for a member of the School Committee.                            town to know that I will be there, on the board to represent
the Charles Larned Trust Entertainment Fund; Dennis                          “It is all about experience for me,” said Peterson. “I think            them. I don’t have any company backing me with their money,
Lamarche and Mike Voas, running for Board of Selectmen                    that my experience with working with the Oxford school sys-                so there will be no outside influences to my choices, it will be
and Ernie White, running for Housing Authority    .                       tem would be beneficial to the schools and the students. I also            all for the community  .”
  Oxford Town Manager Joseph Zeneski and Harry Hibbard,                   want people to know that if I get elected, I am always avail-                Voas said he was running for the board to improve the town
a representative from Aquarion Water Company, were also on                able to people with questions and concerns by phone and e-                 for the future.
hand to answer any questions community members might                      mail.”                                                                       “I am always there for the people of Oxford and I want them
have about Oxford trying to get the rights to the town’s water               Coonan said she is excited to be running and hopes that her             to have the faith that I will do the right thing for them if I am
back.                                                                     experience with working with budgets brings a helping hand                 elected to the board,” said Voas. “If the people are not repre-
  “We want all sides to be represented tonight, both the town             to the committee.                                                          sented than the job will not be done.”
and Aquarion,” said Hammond. “Again it’s all about getting                   “I hope that my ability to think out of the box will hopeful-             The night concluded with drawings of raffles for Dunkin’
the voter better informed.”                                               ly benefit the committee,” said Coonan. “At the end of it all, it          Donuts, Whistle Stop and Pizza Post. Each gift card was worth
  “We want this night to be about obtaining knowledge, it is              is only about the kids, if you’re not there for that, not as much          $25 and was drawn by Rep. Paul Frost. The prizewinners were
not supposed to be a debate,” Hammond added. “It is for the               is going to get done.”                                                     Mary Ellen Randall (Whistle Stop), Vivian Dubois (Pizza
people of Oxford to get out there and make their vote count.                 Children were the central focus of Morse’s reason for run-              Post) and Phil Guerin (Dunkin’ Donuts).
In the end it is all about the process.”                                  ning for the committee as well. She highlighted the fact that                Hammond said he wanted to thank Dunkin’ Donuts, The
  Each of the candidates were busy from the beginning of the              she plans to make bullying a topic of interest if she gets elect-          Webster Times, Whistle Stop, the American Legion and the
night right to the end, speaking with citizens and answering              ed to the position.                                                        Pizza Post for their support of this event. Also, he thanked
questions.                                                                   “I have two children in Oxford Middle School and seeing                 Zeneski and Aquarion representatives for coming out and
  “We estimated from the number of people that entered the                what they deal with everyday has helped shape what I would                 answering voters’ questions.
raffle that there were around 70 people that attended the                 like to work on if I get elected to the position on the School               “I believe that these nights are important for both elections
night,” said Hammond. “We always would like more to come                  Committee,” said Morse. “I want to make sure that every stu-               and for the town,” said Hammond. “We hope that it will be
so the information can spread even further, but we were                   dent is represented and I want to help educate children in all             just as successful in years to come.”
pleased.”                                                                 of the schools on bullying and different ways that this prob-
  According to each of the candidates, they were pleased to               lem can be fixed. These ideas are very important to me.”                     Joy Richard may be reached at 508-909-4129 or by e-mail at
be able to take part in the evening and all of them agreed on                When the two candidates running for Board of Selectmen                                                                                                                                             Friday, April 24, 2009                      • THE WEBSTER TIMES • 15

Himmelberger: ‘These are big shoes to fill’
                                                                are facing. In Oxford, School Committee                     “I am glad that everyone in the schools                      way that they were sooner rather than
HIMMELBERGER                                                    members took the time to express how                      and the administrations worked together                        later,” said Himmelberger. “We are just
continued from page    1                                        proud they were about how well the situa-                 without difficulties in making these diffi-                    glad that everyone stepped forward and
last week. “Ernie has given his service to                      tion was handled by everyone involved.                    cult choices,” said Boss. “These kind of                       made the best out of what there is to work
Oxford for all of these years and I hope to                       “All I want to say is thank you,” said                  things are obviously hard and I think                          with.”
give the community and the students the                         Selectman Henry LaMountain. “This has                     everything was handled very well in the
good guidance they expect.”                                     made things much easier that everyone                     end.”                                                            Joy Richard may be reached at 508-909-
   “Ernie [is] a great man as well as a great                   has cooperated so well.”                                    Wages for all of the staff and adminis-                      4129 or by e-mail at jrichard@stonebridge-
educator,” added School Committee mem-                            When Boss was spoken to about the                       tration will be frozen around a year,                
ber Marc Peterson. “When we all had to                          wage freezes he expressed that he was                     according to Boss. There were no other
make the choice as to who to pick to take                       happy that everyone had worked so well                    details available by Boss at the time of the
his place, we thought about it very careful-                    together, and that it made the freezes a lit-             interview.
ly. This is a huge spot to fill and we believe                  tle less difficult to come to an agreement                  “Hopefully things
that we chose very wisely with Allen.”                          about.                                                    will go back to the
   School Committee members believe that
his background in business is what will
make him a great superintendent and will
make the students’ school careers “stel-
lar” in the future.
   “Ernie is going to be greatly missed
                                                                                                                                                           AROUND TOWN with Sandy
when he retires in July,” said School
Committee Chairman William Spitz. “The
                                                                                                                                                            Subway of Dudley would like to
man spent 40 years as an educator — that
is commitment to children like we have
                                                                                                                                                            thank our valued customers for
never seen. He is an example to everyone
in the school system as what an educator
                                                                                                                                                                our continued success.
should be.”
   In other business, the committee
announced that wages for all school
administration and staff would be frozen
until further notice, something all towns


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Oxford EMS event to benefit Tourtellotte, Hudon
                                                                      College this year to become a registered nurse. With two years of
BENEFIT                                                               hard work already under her belt, it was quite the blow when
continued from page   A1                                              Hudon learned that she had Hodgkins Lymphoma in early
                                                                      January  .
Chorus singing as entertainment. All donations are greatly               After months of going to the doctor and being brushed off,
appreciated by all of the families and will be split evenly between   Hudon got the news that no one wants to hear. The lump that had
both.                                                                 been developing rapidly for months on her neck had swelled up
  Tourtellotte, a member for the North Brookfield Fire                to alarming proportions and was confirmed to be Hodgkins
Department, was diagnosed with lung cancer in early January           Lymphoma.
and will be one of the special guests in attendance. Also, Hudon         According to the National Cancer Institute, Hodgkins
will be an honored guest. She is the sister of Oxford firefighter     Lymphoma is cancer of the immune system that is usually clas-
Michael Hudon, and is fighting Hodgkins Lymphoma. She is 22           sified by the presence of a cell called the Reed-Sternberg cell.
and works as a certified nursing assistant at a local group home.     Some of the symptoms are painless lumps on the lymph nodes,
  Deputy Chief Cleighton Tourtellotte, David’s brother, is proud      fever, night sweats and fatigue.
of how well his brother is handling his illness and how hopeful          Throughout her ordeal Hudon has been upbeat and full of
he that he will make a full recovery .                                hope, according to her mother, Lana.
  “He has had five chemotherapy treatments and one left to go.           “You can’t get Amanda down,” Lana said. “She is positive that
He has fared with the procedures pretty well,” said Cleighton.        she will beat the cancer and everyone around her has adopted
“It’s made him tired as anyone would expect, so he took the           that attitude too due to her great disposition. She is an amazing
option of taking time off of work to recover and that has helped      girl and she has taken to treatment very well.”
him build back some of his strength.”                                    Amanda has had seven of the 12 treatments that she has been
  Tourtellotte was given the choice of taking off up to a year of     prescribed so far. According to her mother, they have “set her
work to recover by his department, with the option of coming          back a bit,” but she has been strong and still worked as much as
back at any point if he felt well enough.                             she could during that time. She works up to 20 hours a week now,
  Cleighton went on to explain that this diagnosis came out of        quite the cutback from the two jobs that she held before she was
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Courtesy photos
nowhere for both his brother and the family   .                       diagnosed — one being at a group home and the second being at
  “It all started when Dave was becoming shorter of breath more       a local nursing home. It amazes her mother and her family that          Amanda Hudon, left, was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma in
frequently said Cleighton “He wouldn’t even be able to catch his
            ,”                                                        she is working as much as she is now.                                   January. Pictured, she poses with a relative for a photograph.
breath after he went up a flight of stairs and he also felt like he      “She has the drive to do anything that she wants. Amanda will
had a cold and was run down for quite a while. When he went to        not be held back and we are all so proud of her,” said Lana,            spends time with the guys who have to be here on holidays, so
get things checked out the doctors checked him into the hospital      adding that she is very connected to the Oxford EMS/Fire                they have good company on those special days, she is a great
for two weeks. After being tested he was given the diagnosis. It      Department, not only through her son being a firefighter, but           woman and when we heard about Amanda, we jumped at the
was shocking to say the least.”                                       also she feels that they are all part of her family and she is grate-   chance to help them all.”
  Cleighton said the Tourtellotte family is very thankful that the    ful that they are taking their time and money and using it to help                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                The benefit will be held Saturday April 25, at 6 p.m. at the
Oxford Fire/EMS Department is giving their time and their             her family .                                                            Oxford Community Center. Tickets are $10 and children under 10
money on April 25. He said they hope to see both familiar and            Lt. Ken Fellers, who works alongside Lana’s son Michael at the       are free.
new faces in attendance.                                              Fire Department, has had only great things to say about the
  While working at a group home as a certified nursing assis-         Hudon family   .                                                           Joy Richard may be reached at 508-909-4129 or by e-mailed at
tant, Hudon hoped to continue her education at Worcester State           “Lana is great. She takes the time out of her life to help all of
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Tax day protests staged in Worcester, other cities
TAXES                                                                                                                                             quoted liberally from the Declaration of             said (Income taxes were first imposed to fund
continued from page   A1                                                                                                                          Independence and other Jefferson documents.          the Civil War, but those were later rescinded).
                                                                                                                                                  He alleged parallels between those days and the        Across the square from Newhall, George
                                                                                                                                                  present.                                             Mason promoted a very different concept — a
   “Republicans and Democrats are equally to
                                                                                                                                                     “I am not a friend of very energetic govern-      complicated legal process by which, he claimed,
blame for what’s happened,” said Bud Laureyns
                                                                                                                                                  ment; it is always oppressive,” he said, citing      a person could renounce U.S. citizenship and
of Leicester, who staffed a signature table clad
                                                                                                                                                  Jefferson. “… Government big enough to sup-          get the law to recognize only state citizenship.
in a black tricorn hat. “Let’s round them up and
                                                                                                                                                  ply everything you need is big enough to take          Farther down the street, a few people were
give them all a Hawaiian vacation. I’m even
                                                                                                                                                  everything you have.”                                stumping for a group called “Restore the
willing to pay for it, just so they’re gone.”
                                                                                                                                                     A few within the multitude were also trying       Republic,” including Clinton resident David
   Laureyns said both major parties “have
                                                                                                                                                  to raise awareness about a variety of less well-     Kenefick, who was clad in a T-shirt reading
turned a blind eye” to many problems and have
                                                                                                                                                  known anti-government issues.                        “Tyranny Response Team.” He was handing
become “equally corrupt” over the years, lead-
                                                                                                                                                     One of the latter was Wendy Newhall of            out copies of a magazine advocating abolition of
ing to a situation where the debt will burden
                                                                                                                                                  Brookfield, who took advantage of the gather-        the IRS.
“our children’s piggybanks for years to come.”
                                                                                                                                                  ing to distribute literature from the regional “9-     “All my life, I’ve looked at this country and
   “They’ve gotten used to the idea that ‘It’s my
                                                                                                                                                  11 Truth” group. Her group argues that the           thought it’s the best in the world, but there’s
money not yours,’ and we’re all just peons to be
                                                                                                                                                  Twin Towers were destroyed by planted explo-         something wrong with it,” Kenefick, a veteran,
used and abused,” he added.
                                                                                                                                                  sives, not the planes that hit them, to the finan-   said. “If I were an alien from space and came to
   At least one sign in the crowd made a similar
                                                                                                                                                  cial benefit of certain well-connected compa-        earth, I’d land here because it’s the best place,
point, stating, “We’re not serfs.” A few alluded
                                                                                                                                                  nies and individuals.                                but I’d still want to fix it. … [Restore the
to current events in Somalia, comparing gov-
                                                                                                                                                     More germane to the day’s protest, Newhall        Republic aims] to get us back to a true republic
ernment to pirates needing to be stopped, while
                                                                                                                                                  argued (as some others in the crowd did) that        again, instead of this weird Twilight Zone we’re
one had a bluntly dualistic view of the country
                                                                                                                                                  many of the nation’s financial problems stem         in.”
— “2 Americas: the Takers and the Taken.”
                                                                   One woman promotes a viewpoint people of various                               from the existence of the Federal Reserve              “When politicians and corporations become
   Another, held by an older woman barely taller
                                                                   political stripes could agree with.                                            System, by which influential bankers “bought                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       buddy-buddy it’s fascism, or, as Benito
that it was, seemed to summarize the crowd’s
                                                                                                                                                  out the United States.”                              Mussolini called it, corporatism,” he added.
attitude well — “Wake up America! ‘Your’ law-
                                                                                                                                                     “We survived fine without income taxes from
makers don’t respect you.”
                                                                      “We’re a threat — not to our country but to                                 1783 to 1913,” when the Fed was formed and the         Gus Steeves can be reached at 508-909-4135 or
    “This is not a Democratic or Republican
                                                                   the tyrants in Washington,” Mandile professed.                                 first permanent income tax was imposed, she          by e-mail at
issue, it’s a people issue,” said State Sen. Scott
                                                                   “… Washington has lost the common sense the
Brown, R- Wakefield, from the podium set up in
                                                                   average person has.”
front of the Worcester Auditorium. He was one
                                                                      For years, many of those average folks have
of several elected officials who spoke, all of
                                                                   been too busy to act, he said. They’ve been doing
them Republicans. Earlier, he had noted, “The
                                                                   a wide range of necessary things, including
worst day of the year is April 15; I’m glad to see
                                                                   raising families, volunteering and “paying our
you making it one of the best days of the year.”
                                                                   own mortgages,” that he summarized as being
   While he spoke, his colleague Rep. Karyn
                                                                   “busy building the social fabric that makes
Polito, R-Shrewsbury said she thought the pub-
                                                                   America, America.”
lic outpouring was “absolutely powerful. It
                                                                      Today’s fiscal crisis, however, makes action
shows people are paying attention.”
                                                                   necessary with huge debts — he cited $9.4 tril-
   To her, government needs to do certain things
                                                                   lion, a figure lower than the Congressional
and “be there for people who need help the
                                                                   Budget Office’s estimate of $11.7 trillion by 2019
most,” but has gone far beyond that role into
                                                                   — that will be passed to “our children and
places that “chip away” at freedom. Citizens can
                                                                   grandchildren,” Mandile argued.
rein that in by “taking on more responsibility of
                                                                      “I looked up what comes after a trillion. It’s a
their own,” she added.                                                                                                                                                                                                             Vanity
                                                                   quadrillion. Get used to it,” he said, sparking
   The event was one of hundreds across the
                                                                   boos and shouts of ‘No!’                                                               en                                                                              Tops
country some of which drew thousands of par-
                          according             to
                                                                      “Tea Party is not an event, it’s a movement,”
                                                                   he concluded. “We’ll lose most of the battles in
www.taxdayteaparty     .com. The other cities host-
                                                                   the next few months as we educate the people to
ing such gatherings ranged from huge to tiny      ,
                                                                   the danger we face.” Ultimately he added, the
including New York; Jacksonville, Fla.; Boston;
                                                                   goal is to “seize power” for the people again.
Hartford, Conn.; Augusta, Maine; Salina, Kan.;
                                                                      Earlier, he had noted people “should have
Ashtabula, Ohio; and Bellingham, Wash.
                                                                   stood up many years ago, before our govern-
   Worcester’s event was organized by Webster
                                                                   ment became bloated, arrogant, corrupt and
resident Ken Mandile, a businessman in
                                                                   greedy but said it is still possible “to slay the
   “When I started this three weeks ago, I had no
                                                                      That kind of rhetoric was fairly common,
idea what to expect,” he said. “I just knew I was
                                                                   both from the podium and within the crowd.
fed up…. I thought someone should do some-
                                                                   Many people and images made overt references
thing — I am someone, and you all are some-
                                                                   to the Revolution, including waving “Don’t
ones, too.”
                                                                   Tread on Me” and other early American flags,
   Although the events have received support
                                                                   wearing Colonial hats (and some in more com-
from national groups and figures, including Fox
                                                                   plete Colonial-era garb), quoting from Jefferson
News, Michelle Malkin and GOP-USA, and they
                                                                   and Adams, and other things.
share ideas online, Mandile said each one was
                                                                      One of those was the event’s last speaker,                                        Tub Su                                                                                p   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ble To
organized independently He argued partici-
pants were not “operatives of right-wing talk
                                                                   Todd Chapin of Northborough, who was                                                        r rounds
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                                Alice M. Bielik, 82                                                                              Henry J. Andrzejczyk Sr., 89
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                  She leaves her husband of             She was a member of the Saint Anthony of                            Webster.                        World War II.
                60 years, Joseph A. Bielik of         Padua Women’s Club and Saint Anthony                                     He is survived by his wife     Mr. Andrzejczyk worked at
                Webster;      a     daughter,         Church. Alice loved to play cards, work on                            of     50     years,    Ruth    Crompton and Knowles in
                Barbara A. Nartowt and her            crossword puzzles and loved to record memo-                           (Gildauskas)       (Buffone)    Worcester for 40 years, retir-
husband William of Sutton; two sisters, Irene         ries by scrap booking. She enjoyed spending         Andrzejczyk of Oxford; his stepdaughter,          ing several years ago. He was a member of St.
Krupinski of Webster and Eleanor Premo of             time with her grandchildren and family .            Maryann Dufresne of Auburn; five grand-           Roch’s Church in Oxford and the Polish
Auburn; three grandchildren, Bradley Bryan
                                       ,                                                 ,
                                                        Alice’s funeral was held Tuesday April 21,        children, Colin Andrzejczyk and Chris             American Veterans in Worcester.
and Brianna Nartowt, all of Sutton; a special         from the Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48             Andrzejczyk, both of New Hampshire,                                                ,
                                                                                                                                                              A funeral Mass was held Friday April 24, at
niece, Ann Marie (Kubik) Scott and her chil-          School St., Webster, with a Mass in Saint           Jennifer Matson of Auburn, Jim Dufresne of        St. Roch’s Church, 332 Main St., Oxford.
dren, Stephen, Rebecca and Lauren Scott, of                                                .
                                                      Anthony of Padua Church, Dudley Burial              Oxford, and Aria Ward of Worcester; and           Burial followed at Notre Dame Cemetery      ,
Jamaica, Vt., whom Alice loved as her grand-          was in Saint Anthony Cemetery Webster.
                                                                                        ,                 eight great grandchildren.                        Worcester. There were no calling hours.
children.                                             Calling hours at the funeral home were held           He was predeceased by two children,               In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution
  Alice was born in Webster, daughter of the          Monday April 20.
                                                              ,                                           Henry J. Andrzejczyk Jr. and Joanne               may be made to St. Roch’s Church, 334 Main
                                                                                                          Andrzejczyk; five brothers, Steve, Edward,        St., Oxford, MA 01540.
                                                                                                          Chester, Francis, and Ben Andrzejczyk; and a        Paradis Funeral Home, Oxford, is assisting
                            Filomena Perzichino, 89                                                       sister, Cecilia Daige.
                                                                                                            He was born in Worcester, the son of the
                                                                                                                                                            the family with arrangements.
                                                                                                                                                              For more information, visit www.paradis-
                                                                                                          late Stanley and Valerie (Potas) Andrzejczyk,
                     DUDLEY —       Filomena             She was born in Southbridge, the daughter
                  (Donatucci) Perzichino, 89,          of the late Nicola and Antonette (Marionelli)
                  of    Joshua Place died
                  Thursday April 16, in UMass
                                                       Donatucci. She lived all her life in Dudley
                                                       She worked for 12 years as a baker at the
                                                                                                      .                                  Nora F. Cusson, 62
                  Memorial       HealthCare,           Public House in Sturbridge.
                  Worcester after a short ill-           Mrs. Perzichino was a member of St.                                 OXFORD — Nora F.                  She was born in Newport, R.I., one of the
                  ness.                                Anthony Of Padua Church.                                            (Ausmus) Cusson, 62, of          10 children of Cletus E. Ausmus Sr. and
                     Her husband of 53 years,            Filomena was an accomplished cook and                             Charlton    Street,     died     Eileen (Harrington) Ausmus. She moved to
                  Angelo “Perch” Perzichino                                                 .
                                                       enjoyed cooking for her family She loved                                      ,
                                                                                                                           Wednesday April 15, in Saint     Worcester about 1960 and to Oxford at the
died in 1994.                                          spending time with her family and her pre-                          Vincent Hospital, Worcester,     time of her marriage in 1976. She lived at her
  She leaves a daughter-in-law, Janet                  cious two great-grandchildren.                                      surrounded by her family .       daughter’s home since last November.
Perzichino, wife of the late Franny                      Her funeral Mass was held Saturday April,                           Her husband of 18 years,          Mrs. Cusson was a sorter at Reed & Prince
Perzichino of Dudley; four grandsons,                  25, in St. Anthony of Padua Church, 24                              Edward E. Cusson, died in        Company in Worcester and also a frame
Michael Perzichino of Dudley, Jeffery                                             .
                                                       Dudley Hill Rd., Dudley Burial after crema-                         1994.                            maker at another Worcester concern. She
Perzichino of Cathedral City Calif., Tony
                              ,                        tion will be at a later date. A calling hour was     She leaves a stepdaughter, Cheri L.             retired in 1989 due to illness.
Perzichino of Dudley and Christopher                                   ,
                                                       held Saturday April 25, at Bartel Funeral          Behrens and her husband William J. Behrens           She enjoyed motorcycling with her late
Perzichino of San Diego, Calif.; two great-            Home & Chapel, 33 Schofield Ave., Dudley     .     Jr. of Webster; a stepson, Scott E. Fish of       husband and also crocheting. Her home was
great grandchildren Angelo and Donela                    For more information, visit www.bartelfu-        Phoenix, Ariz.; three grandchildren, Michael      filled with family and friends. She adored her
Perzichino; several nieces and nephews and                                        Bricault and twins Nikki and Mysti                great granddaughter.
in-laws.                                                                                                  Campbell; a great granddaughter, Julianna            According to her wishes, no funeral servic-
                                                                                                          Bricault; four brothers, Daniel Ausmus of         es are planned. There are no calling hours.
                                                                                                          Oxford, David Ausmus of Marlborough, and             Donations in her name may be made to the
                                                                                                          Ronald and Wayne Ausmus, both of                  American Kidney Fund, 6110 Executive
                          Gracia Clark Morway, 78                                                         Oceanside, Calif.; a sister Catherine of
                                                                                                          Denver, Colo.; many nieces and nephews.
                                                                                                                                                            Boulevard, Suite 1010, Rockville, MD 20852.
                                                                                                                                                            Arrangements are under the direction of
                    OXFORD — Gracia Clark             resentative at the Webster Five Cents Savings         She was preceded in death by her sisters        Scanlon Funeral Service, 38 East Main St.,
                 Morway, 78, of Carbuncle             Bank in Webster for 12 years, retiring many         Eileen and Charlotte and by her brothers          Webster, MA 01570.
                 Drive, passed away peaceful-         years ago. Previously she had worked as a
                                                                             ,                            Cletus S. “Tucker” Ausmus, Jr. and Robert            For           more            information,
                 ly at UMass Memorial                 school bus driver in Oxford for many years, a       Ausmus.                                 
                 Medical Center, with her             job that she truly loved. She was an extreme-
                 family by her side.
                    She is survived by five
                                                      ly active member of the First Congregational
                                                      Church in Oxford, her second home, serving                                          Stephen Karp, 67
                 children,     Thomas      G.         as secretary and treasurer for many decades,
                 Morway Sr. and his compan-           a member of the church’s choir and bell               DUDLEY — Stephen D. Karp, 67, died              Village of Mineola as the Director of Public
ion Donna Lamothe of Spencer, Lois J.                 choir, and served on countless church com-                 ,
                                                                                                          Friday April 10, in his home.                     Works. Later in his career, he specialized in
Harrison and husband Bill of Oxford,                  mittees throughout her life. Gracia was               He was predeceased by his wife, Jean Karp,      general contracting estimation for firms in
William C. Morway and his fiancée Pam                 equally dedicated as a member of the Oxford         in March of 2006. He is survived by his four      Massachusetts and Connecticut.
D’Angelo of Auburn, Betty S. Ziegler and              Woman’s Club and the Daughters of the               children, Mary Kay Knox and her husband,                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                              After moving to Dudley he became a mem-
husband Tom, of Dudley and Bernard R.                 American Revolution, serving as president,          Stephen Knox of Sturbridge, John Karp and         ber of the Dudley Building Committee and
Morway and wife Kathy of San Jose, Calif.; 10                   ,
                                                      secretary and treasurer for both organiza-          his wife Kathi of Marlborough, Conn.,             was vital in the construction of the Dudley
grandchildren, Thomas G. Morway Jr.,                  tions.                                                                               ,
                                                                                                          Vincent Karp of Glastonbury Conn., and            Municipal Complex.
Jennifer Morway Margo Harrison, Jesse and                She was very artistic, enjoyed painting and      Matthew Karp and his wife Helena of Dudley   .      In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing, good
Joshua Ziegler, Tiana Cronin and Angelica             sketching, loved the outdoors, and just loved       He also leaves four grandchildren, Katie and      New York pizza, watching horse racing, and
Morway Daniel and Jessica Morway and    ,             life. Her family owned and operated                 Sam Knox of Sturbridge and Nicole and             being on the lake with his grandchildren and
finally Sam Harrison, who has been a pri-             Carbuncle Park for many years, and she              Charlie Karp of Dudley  .                         family.
mary caregiver and best buddy to his grand-           worked there as a lifeguard, swimming                                                  ,
                                                                                                            Steve was born in Jersey City N.J., and           A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.
mother for many years, she picked Sam’s               instructor, and a do-it-all person. She will be     moved to Flushing, N.Y., as a young boy He.                ,
                                                                                                                                                            Saturday May 2, in the Belanger Bullard
birthday to begin her new journey Gracia              remembered as a humbled, kind, giving,              attended Brooklyn Technical High School           Funeral Home, 51 Marcy St., Southbridge. A
has four great grandchildren, Ethan and               upbeat, always on-the-go woman who had a                                           .
                                                                                                          and the NY Maritime Academy He graduated          calling hour will be held from 10 to 11 a.m.,
Avery Morway, and Lukas and Sophia                    personality that was larger than life, always       from Indiana Tech, and began a career as a        before the memorial service.
Balestracci; and many nephews and nieces.             with a kind word and a smile.                       civil engineer specializing in steel construc-      In lieu of flowers, in accordance with his
  She was predeceased by her husband of 27               A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.       tion. He settled with his family in Mineola,      wishes, donations can be made to the Make-
years, William G. Morway of Webster, and              Saturday,     April    25,    at   the   First      N.Y., where he made his home until he moved       A-Wish Foundation, 1 Bulfinch Place, 2nd
several years later met and lived with her            Congregational Church, 355 Main St.,                to Dudley in 2000.                                Floor Boston, MA, 02114, or to your local
best friend and companion, Richard Shepard            Oxford. Following the service, there will be a        While in Mineola, he owned and operated                         .
                                                                                                                                                            humane society A guestbook for Steve will be
of Oxford, who died in 1999. Gracia had two           gathering with refreshments in the church           Salwin’s of Nassau, specializing in kitchen       available at
brothers, John Clark and Richard Clark, who           hall. Burial will be private. Memorial calling      and bathroom renovation. He also served the
was a casualty of World War II at age 21.                               ,
                                                      hours are Friday April 24, from 5 to 8 p.m., at
  She was born in Worcester, the daughter of          Paradis Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oxford.
the late Francis and Helen (Newton) Clark,
and was a lifelong resident of Oxford, and
                                                      Flowers may be sent or memorial contribu-
                                                      tions may be made to the First                                                  Thomas R. Hoenig, 46
had always lived on the shores of her beloved         Congregational Church, 355 Main St.,
Carbuncle Pond. She graduated from Oxford             Oxford, MA 01540.                                     THOMPSON, Conn. — Thomas R. Hoenig,                He was a member of Saint Louis Church in
High School and Salter Secretarial School in             For more information, visit www.paradis-                                                ,
                                                                                                          46, of Thompson, Conn., died Monday April         Webster. He enjoyed golfing, snow skiing, vis-
Worcester.                                                                      13, after an illness.                             iting the cottage at Lake Alexander and
  She was a teller and customer service rep-                                                                He leaves a brother, Paul A. Hoenig and his     spending time with his friends and their fam-
                                                                                                          wife Judith of Thompson; two nephews,             ilies. He loved his trips to Florida and espe-
                                                                                                          Matthew Hoenig of Thompson and Timothy            cially to Disneyworld.
                              Mary F. Rousseau, 87                                                        Hoenig with the U.S. Coast Guard; one uncle,
                                                                                                          Conrad Redlitz; three aunts, Elmira
                                                                                                                                                               A memorial Mass was held Monday April
                                                                                                                                                            20, in Saint Louis Church, 14 Lake St.,
                                                                                                          Surozenski, Anna Steele and Elaine                Webster. Burial was private. There were no
  DUDLEY — Mary F. (Krukowski)                        M. Rousseau of Auburn, by a brother,                Krommer; and many cousins.                        calling hours.
Rousseau, 87, of 15 Nelco Ave., wife of the late      Bernard Krukowski of Webster, and a sister,           He was born in Worcester, the son of               Donations in his name may be made to
Joseph U. Rousseau Sr., died Wednesday,               Josephine Chaput of Brooklyn, Conn.                 Andrew F. and Gretchen M. (Redlitz) Hoenig        either the Hospice of Northeastern CT, 320
April 15, at Saint Vincent Hospital,                    She was born in Webster, daughter of the          and lived in Thompson most of his life. He        Pomfret Street, Putnam, CT 06260, or to Saint
Worcester.                                            late Constantine and Frances (Narowski)             graduated from Marianapolis Preparatory           Louis School Endowment Fund, 15 Lake St.,
  She leaves a son, Joseph U. Rousseau Jr. of         Krukowski and lived in Dudley since 1961.           School in 1980 and attended Syracuse              Webster, MA 01570.
Dudley; a daughter, Nancy H. Dean of                  She had previously resided in Southbridge.          University .                                         Funeral arrangements are under the direc-
Dudley; a brother, John Krukowski of                    There are no calling hours. Burial will be          Tommy worked as a chef at the Colonial          tion of Scanlon Funeral Service, 38 East
Oxford; and a sister, Cecelia Barylski of             private.                                            Restaurant and Pub in Webster, and then at        Main St., Webster.
Putnam.                                                 Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School             Colonial Caterers before retiring due to ill-        For more information, visit www.scanlon-
  She was predeceased by a daughter, Valerie          St., Webster, is directing arrangements.            ness.                                   

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 THE      EPISCOPAL        CHURCH        OF     THE
                                                                                                                                                                  to 7 p.m. Dinner will include beef stew,
 RECONCILIATION, 5 N. Main St., Webster, MA
 01570, 508-943-8714, Web site: www.reconciliation-
                                                          Friday, April 24 —Saturday, April 25                                                                    mixed vegetables, egg noodles and biscuits.                                                        Wednesday, April 29, e-mail:,                                                                                                                   Donation: $8.
 office hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.     OXFORD                                                                                                                                                                                   WEBSTER
 The Rev. Janice C. Ford, Pastor and Priest-in-                                                                                                                   WEBSTER
 Charge. Sunday Services of Holy Eucharist at 10          N.E.T. Works Productions Inc. presents the                                                                                                                                               The Bartlett High Student Council and
 a.m. (with coffee hour following), and 5 p.m. (quiet     comedy “Anybody Out There,” by John                                                                     The United Church of Christ, Federated, 4                                        National Honor Society is sponsoring a
 service). Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Nursery      Patrick,     directed    by    Holly     Dion.                                                          Church St., Webster, will hold a “Daffodil                                       “Meet the Candidates Night” Wednesday,
 care available beginning at 9:45 a.m.                    Performances are at 8 p.m. on Friday, April                                                             Tea,” Saturday, April 25, from 12 to 2 p.m.                                      April 29. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and
                                                          24, and Saturday, April 25. Tickets are $12                                                             Serving pumpkin apple bisque, finger sand-                                       will be held at the Jacqueline D. Pulifiaco
 CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC NATIONAL CHURCH,                      for adults and $10 for seniors/students. It                                                             wiches, homemade pastry and assorted                                             Auditorium at Bartlett High School. The
 hosted at the Church of the Reconciliation, 5 North      will be presented at St. Roch’s Church on                                                               teas. Entertainment will include games,                                          main focus for the evening will be the
 Main St. For information, contact: Father Brian D.       334 Main St., Oxford. Portions of the pro-                                                                                                                                               offices of Board of Selectman and School
                                                                                                                                                                  activities, and a number of door prizes to be
 McIntyre, SCR (508) 641-5672 saintjoseph5672             ceeds will benefit various charities. For                                                                                                                                                Committee. Holy Mass every Sunday at 4 p.m
                                                                                                                                                                  given out. Advance tickets are $9 and $10 at
                                                          information call 508-842-0867 or 508-832-7150.                                                          the door. Please contact Verna Davis at 508-                                     The evening will begin with the candidates
 Prayers for healing on the, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays       THE STORY: Poor Oliver Pankey is a born                                                                                                                                                  running for a three-year term for the Office
 of the month at 6:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                        943-2969 of Carol Savard at 508-949-1452 for
                                                          loser; his landlady charges him when some-                                                              advance tickets. All are welcome. We are                                         of Selectman. The candidates running for
                                                          one else breaks his window; his fiancé                                                                  handicapped accessible. For further infor-                                       School Committee will follow. Each candi-
 FAITH ASSEMBLY OF GOD, corner of Lincoln
                                                          leaves him for a married man; his boss at                                                               mation about this event, please contact the                                      date will be allowed a two-minute opening
 and Nelson streets. (508) 943-6758. The Rev Kent
                                                          the bank cuts his pay when he asks for a                                                                church office at 508=943-0061 Tuesday,                                           statement. Then each candidate will have
 Whitecotten. Sundays, 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
                                                          raise; and a thief takes everything he has—                                                             Wednesday, and Friday between the hours of                                       an opportunity to share what his or her
 CHURCH OF CHRIST-WEBSTER, 168 Main St. in                including his only suit. And, as the last                                                               9 a.m. and 4 p.m.                                                                vision is for the Town of Webster.
 the “Joslin House,” corner of Mechanic Street.           straw, when he visits a doctor to check on                                                                                                                                               Candidates will be allowed an additional
 (508) 765-6067. Evangelist Peter Capoccia. Bible         the results of a blood test the files get                                                               WEBSTER                                                                          two minutes to share this vision. The
 study Sundays, 9 a.m., worship Sundays, 10:30 a.m.       switched, and he is told that he’ll be dead                                                                                                                                              Bartlett High School Student Council and
                                                          within six months. Fed up, and reconciled to                                                            Back by popular demand — the now famous                                          National Honor Society members will ask
 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WEBSTER,                         his fate, Oliver turns into a raging lion, per-                                                         PACC Steak-Out, PACC, 37 Harris St.,                                             each candidate questions. Each candidate
 33 E. Main St. (508) 943-3554. The Rev Thomas B.         forming feats of dazzling bravery and end-                                                              Webster, Saturday, April 25, starts at 1 p.m.,                                   will have two minutes to respond to the stu-
 Harmon. Sundays, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Adults’ and          ing up as the new branch manager of the                                                                 $10 — includes steak, salad, potato, Italian                                     dents’ questions. Finally, each candidate
 children’s Sunday school, 10 a.m.                        bank. He even agrees to help the FBI by                                                                 bread and dessert —50/50 raffle, proceeds to                                     will have an opportunity to make a two-
                                                          becoming a sitting duck for a gangland                                                                  benefit the scholarship fund.                                                    minute closing statement.
 HOLY TRINITY              CHURCH, NATIONAL               shoot-out — only to learn, at the eleventh                                                                                                                                               Any candidate running for any other town
 CATHOLIC, 68 Lake St. (508) 943-0608. Rev Dr.  .         hour, of the doctor’s horrendous error.                                                                                                                                                  office will be given two minutes at the con-
 Stanley Kaszubski, interim pastor. Saturdays, 4 p.m.
                                                          Needless to say our stalwart hero’s knees                                                                                                                                                clusion of the evening to introduce them-
 All are welcome.                                         turn suddenly to jelly, but the action spins                                                                                                                                             selves and state which office they are run-
                                                                                                                                                                  Saturday, April 25, 2 to 4 p.m. Book signing
                                                          zanily on, deftly finding its way to a happy                                                            and reading with Michael Presutti,                                               ning for. This informational evening is
 SACRED HEART OF JESUS, 18 E. Main St. (508)              — and hilarious — conclusion.                                                                                                                                                            open to the general public.
 943-3140. The Rev Michael J. Roy Saturdays, 4 p.m.
                  .               .                                                                                                                               author of “Last Words.” Booklovers’
                                                                                                                                                                  Gourmet, 55 E. Main St., Webster. Call 508-                                      If you have any questions you may contact
 Sundays, 9 and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday morning
                                                          WOODSTOCK,                                                                                    Conn.     949-6232 for more information or visit                                           Mr. Van Constantine at Bartlett High
 worship a 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., June, July and August.
 SHARING GOD’S LOVE MINISTRY,                             Spring Rummage and White Elephant                                                                       About the book: A bio-terror virus let loose
                                                          Sale — The Women’s Fellowship of the
 9 E. Main St. (508) 949-6497. Pastor Richard
 Mongeon. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Services, 11 a.m.        First congregational Church, United
                                                                                                                                                                  on the world has created real monsters.
                                                                                                                                                                  Humans and animals are infected. A world                                          Saturday, May 2 — Sunday, May 3
 Wednesday bible study 6 p.m. All are welcome.
                       ,                                  Church of Christ of Woodstock, located at                                                               filled with terror and madness. Those who
 Handicapped accessible.                                  543 Route 169 in Woodstock, will sponsor a                                                              are not infected must survive. Some will                                         OXFORD
                                                          Spring Rummage and White Elephant Sale                                                                  live, others will die. Heroes will rise. The
 STS. CONSTANTINE AND HELEN CHURCH,                       at the church. Hours for this event are                                                                 amazing collection of short stories that take                                    Craft Show to Benefit YWCA’s Daybreak
 35 Lake Parkway (508) 949-7623. The Rev Luke A.
                                        .                 Friday, April 24, from 2 to 5 p.m., and                                                                 place in this horrifying new world will leave                                    Program — Crafters/artists wanted: The
 Veronis. Divine Liturgy Sundays, 9:30 a.m. (sum-         Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. On                                                           you breathless. Take the nightmare ride and                                      Helping Others Craft Show is a rain or
 mer) or 10 a.m. (September to May).                      Saturday, all clothing items will be part of                                                            find out what everyone is talking about.                                         shine outdoor craft fair taking place
                                                          the Bag Sale. This sale usually provides                                                                “Last Words” will haunt you long after                                           Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 3, at
 ST. JOSEPH BASILICA, St. Joseph Basilica, 53             items for spring redecorating and having                                                                                                                                                 Joslin Park in downtown Oxford. Crafters
 Whitcomb St., Webster, MA 01570, 508-943-0467,
                                                                                                                                                                  you’ve finished it. This one is a guaranteed
                                                          fun after the long, cold winter! The Junior                                                             good read!                                                                       and artists are needed. Homemade/hand-
 Rev. Monsignor Anthony Czarnecki, Saturdays, 4           Youth Fellowship will host a bake sale so                                                                                                                                                crafted items only please. Booths may be
 p.m., Sundays, 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. (Polish), 8:15 a.m.    bring your spouse, your sweet tooth and a                                                                                                                                                rented for one day or both. First come, first
 and 9:30 a.m. (English), Holy Day Vigil, 5 p.m.,                                                                                                                 BOZRAH, Conn.
                                                          bargain hunter’s frame or mind. For more                                                                                                                                                 serve. For more information or to reserve a
 Holy Day Masses, 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. (English)                                                                                                                                                                                                   space, call Debbie Helbing at 508-245-3668, or
                                                          information, call 860-923-2887.                                                                         Spring Polka Dance to benefit St. Joseph
 8:15 a.m. (Polish) 7 p.m. (Bi-lingual).
                                                                                                                                                                  School in Norwich, Conn., to be held                                             v           i         s           i          t
 ST. LOUIS CHURCH, 15 Lake St. (508) 943-0240. The
                                                                                      Saturday, April 25                                                          Saturday, April 25, at the Moose Hall, 115
 Rev Joseph Marcotte. Saturdays, 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
 Sundays, 7, 9 and 11 a.m. (English) and 1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                  Fitchville Rd., Bozrah, Conn. Doors open at
                                                                                                                                                                  4:30 p.m. Polish buffet dinner with home-                                                             Saturday, May 2
 (Spanish).                                               DUDLEY                                                                                                  made desserts and coffee served from 4:30 to
                                                                                                                                                                  10 p.m. Dancing from 6 to 10 p.m. to Dennis                                      Oxford Lions select 2nd Annual
 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, FEDERATED,                      Relay For Life Event — Wendy’s Wonders                                                                  Polisky & Maestro’s Men. $25 per person.                                         Volunteer Award recipients — John
 4 Church St. (508) 943-0061. Sundays, worship and        — Karaoke Night, Sinni’s Pub, Chase                                                                     Cash bar. For tickets call Terry at 860-908-                                     “Jack” Flynn, Spiros Tsetsos, Connie Tagg,
 service at 10 a.m.                                       Avenue, Dudley, Saturday, April 25, 7:30 p.m.,                                                          0774.                                                                            Al Vigeant, Grace Flynn and Joyce Sirard
                                                          $5 cover charge. All proceeds go directly to                                                                                                                                             have been selected to receive the 2009
 DUDLEY                                                   American Cancer Society.                                                                                                                                                                 Oxford Lions Volunteer Appreciation

                                                                                                                                                                                     Sunday, April 26                                              Award. They will be honored at a dinner on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Saturday, May 2, at 6 p.m., at the Colonial
 105 Southbridge Road. (508) 949-3711. The Rev.                                                                                                                                                                                                    Restaurant in Webster.
 Patrick O’Loughlin. Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Adult Bible
                                                          Library Community Workshop Day —                                                                                                                                                         Dr. Antoinette Parvis, the Oxford Lions
 study Wednesdays, 7 p.m.                                 The Chester C. Corbin Public Library on                                                                                                                                                  president, encouraged family and friends of
                                                                                                                                                                  Ping Pong for a Cure — Come join friends
                                                          Lake Street invites community members to                                                                and family at a Ping Pong Tournament on                                          the recipients to attend the awards dinner
 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH                      OF                                                                                                                                                                                               to show there appreciation for there service.
                                                          attend our second workshop on the library                                                               Sunday April 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in
 DUDLEY, Conant Memorial, United Church of
                                                          building project, to be held Saturday, April                                                            Jacob’s Hall at The First Congregational                                         We all know those special people that give so
 Christ, 135 Center Road. (508) 943-7320. Rev John R.
                                                          25, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The workshop will                                                           Church, United Church of Christ, 135                                             much of their time and energy to help oth-
 White. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School 10
 a.m. Nursery provided. Adult Study Sun. 8:30 a.m..
                                                          be arranged such that the community mem-                                                                Center Rd., Dudley. There will be a 32-seed                                      ers, these individuals exemplify that trait
 Sign Language Interpretation: Available fourth           bers will have an opportunity to meet the                                                               tournament for adults. Cost is $10 per play-                                     and demonstrate the power of volunteerism
 Sunday of the month. Open & Affirming                    architect, building committee and trustees,                                                             er. This year there will also be a 16-seed jun-                                  and what they do to better their community.
 Congregation. All are welcome. Handicapped               see a computer model of the new library, see                                                            ior tournament for ages 12 and under. Cost                                       Last year’s event was well attended and
 Accessible.                                              new floor plans, and listen and understand                                                              for juniors is $5 per player. All money                                          very enjoyable, she encouraged all that plan
                                                          the procedure for funding. Refreshments                                                                 received will be donated to the American                                         on attending to reserve there seat early,
 ST. ANDREW BOBOLA, 54 W Main St. (508) 943-
                                 .                        will be served.                                                                                         Cancer Society and The Relay for Life. If                                        space is limited.
 5633. The Rev Joseph Szwach. Saturdays, 4:45 p.m.
              .                                                                                                                                                   you wish to sign up, please send an e-mail to                                    Reservations for the dinner must be made
 Sundays, 9:15 a.m. (in Polish), 8 and 10:30 a.m. (in     WEBSTER                                                                                                 Tim at or call 508-943-                                        by April 27. Please make a check or money
 English).                                                                                                                                                        8517. Lunch will also be for sale.                                               order payable to the Oxford Lions, P.O. Box
                                                          Canty       Dance       Centre      Parents                                                                                                                                              212, Oxford, MA 01540. The dinner cost is $35
 ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH,                             Association 4th Annual Pasta Dinner —                                                                                                                                                    per person. For more information, please
 22 Dudley Hill Road. (508) 943-0470. The Rev Paul
 Campbell. Sat., 4 p.m. Sun., 8:30 and 11 a.m.
                                               .          Saturday, April 25, from 4 to 8 p.m., at the
                                                          PACC Hall, 37 Harris St., Webster. Adults:
                                                                                                                                                                                    Tuesday, April 28                                              visit    the    club’s    Web      site
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         , or contact

                                                          $8, seniors and children 10 and under: $5.                                                              WEBSTER                                                                          Parvis at 508-987-3237.
 ST. COLUMBA ANGLICAN CHURCH,                             For tickets and info, call heather at 508-949-
 Nichols College Chapel, Center Road. (860) 779-3476.     2788.                                                                                                                                                                                    DUDLEY
 The Rev Donald Farrell. Sundays, 10 a.m.
        .                                                                                                                                                         Labor of Love — A free night of informa-
                                                                                                                                                                  tion and fun for pregnant and new moms.
                                                          OXFORD                                                                                                  Event will be held Tuesday, April 28, from 6                                     Giant Yard Sale — Saturday, May 2, from 9
 OXFORD                                                                                                                                                           to 8 p.m. at Page Chiropractic Health Center,                                    a.m. to 3 p.m., The Black Tavern, 138 Center
 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY                     Breakfast Buffet — Oxford Masonic                                                                       27 E. Main St., Webster. Call 508-943-8895                                       Rd., Dudley.
 SAINTS, 9 Old Webster Road. (508) 987-1083. Bishop       Lodge, 22 Mt. Pleasant St., Oxford, Saturday,                                                           (space is limited).
 Fred Cox. Sundays, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.                    April 25, from 7 to 10 a.m. — adults $7; 6-12,                                                                                                                                           NORTH OXFORD
                                                          $5; under 6 is free.
 OXFORD, 693 Main St. (508) 987-5633. Pastor Renee        OXFORD                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Turn To CALENDAR, page 5
 D. Kaufman. Sundays, 9:15 a.m.
                                                          Beef Stew Supper
 355 Main St. (508) 987-2211. The Rev Samuel W
 Young. Sundays, 9:30 a.m.
                                     .        .
                                                          — Oxford Masonic
                                                          Lodge,     22    Mt.                                                    Take Advantage of the $8,000 First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit
                                                          Pleasant St., Oxford,
                                                          Saturday, April 25, 5
                                                                                                                                                 TING                                                       TING                                                                 TING
 (508) 987-0084. Holy Eucharist (Rite 1), Saturdays,                                                                                         LIS                                                        LIS                                                                  LIS
                                                                                                                                        W                                                           W                                                                    W
 6:30 p.m., Sundays, 8 a.m. Prayer, Sundays, 10:10 a.m.
 Holy Eucharist (Rite 2), Sundays, 10:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                     NE                                                           NE                                                                  NE
                                                                                            Bonded • Same Day Service • Insured

 OAK HILL BIBLE CHURCH, 40 Sacarrappa Road.
 (508) 987-0287. Senior Pastor Glenn Rice. Sundays,                                                                                                                                        WOODSTOCK Stop wasting time looking at overpriced homes!.
                                                             Steven M. Sutton ~ Constable

 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 11 a.m.                                                                                                                                                          This well maintained 12 year young, original owner colonial
                                                                                                                                                                                           offers 3BR, 2 Baths, generous sized eat-in kitchen plus formal       THOMPSON To Be Built Home. New Cape Cod with
                                                                                                                                  Webster, MA What a view! Wake up to Webster Lake         dining, and a fireplaced living room. A 4 season heated sunroom      Master suite on 1st floor, 2 BR upstairs, 2.5 baths,
 OXFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,                                                                                                  views in this completely remodeled 2 BR, 1.5 bath        overlooks a private wooded backyard, and as a bonus, there is        large kitchen & dining, 1 car att'd garage, nice level
 465 Main Street (508) 987-5378, the Rev. Paula                                                                                   home. New windows, doors, siding, roof, & so much        also a first floor office! Located in a small subdivision of like    lot for $219,900.
                                                                                                                                                                                           homes, it is priced to sell at just $249,900.
                                                                                                                                  more. Finished soon for $239,000                                                                                    
 Fletcher. Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. Nursery care
 provided. Sunday School for Kindergarten
                                                                                                                                                   C ED                                                      C  ED

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 through Adults at 9 a.m

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                                                                                                                                     RIC                                                       RIC
 ST. ANN’S CHURCH, 652 Main St. (508) 987-8892.
 The Rev James M. Steuterman. Saturdays, 4 p.m.
        .                                                                                                                           P                                                         P
 Sundays, 9 and 11:00 a.m.

 ST. ROCH’S CHURCH, 334 Main St. (508) 987-8987.
 Monsignor Louis R. Piermarini. Saturdays, 4 p.m.                                                                                 THOMPSON - Well maintained ranch style home               POMFRET This 1790's Cape in a great commuter
 Sundays, 8:15, 9:30 and 11 a.m.                                                                                                  with 3 nice sized bedrooms, Anderson windows, and         location has lots to offer. Updates include roof, vinyl              WEBSTER, MA - Multi-Family; 1st level has 5 rooms
                                                                                                                                  beautiful hardwood floors. Located on a country           windows and an in ground pool! Hardwood floors and                   (2 BRs, Kit.,DR, LR), & new bath. 2nd apt. has 2 lev-
                                                                                                                                  road, with a lovely private yard with 2 sheds. This is    older home charm are still strong in this find! Needs                els, 8 rooms (5 BRs, Kit., LR, DR) & new bath.
 TABERNACLE OF PRAISE ASSEMBLY OF                                                                                                 perfect for the first time home buyer! - $199,900         TLC but still the most affordable home in Pomfret at                 Convenient location to I-395 - $218,500
 GOD, 8 Maple Road. (508) 987-7707. The Rev Sue                                                                                                    $155,000.           
 Lynch. Sundays, 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Bible study,
 Wednesdays, 7 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            447

 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, 70 S. Main St. (508)
 987-1248, Pastor Andrew Simon, Sundays, 9 a.m. and
 10:30 a.m.; Sunday School, 9 a.m.; weeknight wor-
 ship on Tuesdays at 6 p.m.
4 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                     Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                        

                                                    EDUCATIONAL NOTEBOOK
                                                    ter’s production “To See the Stars.” She is       school senior who is a resident of Webster.         allowed to enter kindergarten. The deadline
Army National Guard                                 also the house manager for Curry Theatre.         Applications are available at the Bartlett          date for submitting this medical information
                                                    “The Love Note,” the story of a young girl        High School Guidance Department or by con-          is Wednesday, May 12. It is important that you
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Army National Guard                trying to find her place in a new school with     tacting Dr. John Kalinowski at 508-943-7434 or      take care of this matter between now and
Pvt. Richard P. O’Leary has graduated from          the help of her imaginary friend, takes the-      508-943-7001. Applications are due May 1.           May 13. Under Massachusetts law, no child
basic combat training at Fort Jackson,              atergoers on a musical journey that evokes                                                            may be admitted without this documenta-
Columbia, S.C.                                      the humor and hardships of modern adoles-                                                             tion. Submitting information after May 143
During the nine weeks of training, the sol-
dier studied the Army mission, history, tradi-
                                                    cence, and the timeless survival techniques       St. Joseph Polish                                   may delay when your child may begin kinder-
                                                    most will remember into adulthood.                                                                    garten in the fall.
tion and core values, physical fitness, and
received instruction and practice in basic
                                                    The production will run Saturday, April 25,       Women’s Club Scholarship                            If you have any questions about registration,
                                                    through Tuesday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m., in the                                                       please call Park Ave. Elementary School at
combat skills, military weapons, chemical           Oscar B. and Frances A. Keith Auditorium at       St. Joseph Polish Women’s Club is pleased to        508-943-4554.
warfare and bayonet training, drill and cere-       the Academic and Performance Center on the        announce that scholarship applications are
mony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed           Milton Campus, 1071 Blue Hill Ave., Milton.       available to active members whose son or
and unarmed combat, map reading, field tac-
tics, military courtesy, military justice sys-
                                                    Tickets are $10 and are available for purchase    daughter will be graduating from high school        Preschool Registration and
                                                    at the door. Call 617-333-2259 or e-mail tick-    and entering their first year of college.
tem, basic first aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
                                           for group tickets and        Applications are also available for students of     Screening Announcement
                                                    information.                                      St. Joseph School entering the fall term.
He is the son of Christine Capone of                                                                  Applications for both scholarships will be          The Webster Public Preschool is now accept-
Plantation St., Oxford.                                                                               available by contacting President Jill Makak        ing names for the 2009-2010 school year. To be
O’Leary graduated in 2000 from Oxford High
                                                    St. Andrew Bobola Holy Rosary                     at 508-943-1810.                                    eligible, your child must be 4 years of age by
                                                                                                                                                          August 31, 2009. Transportation to and from
                                                    Sodality 2009 Scholarship                                                                             school is the responsibility of the parents.
Worcester Academy                                                                                     In Memory of Cheryl Marier                          Registration deadline is May 1, 2009. Please
                                                    The Holy Rosary Sodality of St. Andrew                                                                call the preschool answering machine at 508-
                                                    Bobola Church is offering a $500 scholarship      Donations may be made to the “Cheryl                943-5055 to register. Leave your name, your
WORCESTER — The following students were             to a current high school senior whose moth-       Marier Scholarship Fund.” The fund will             child’s name and date of birth, and a phone
named to the honor roll at Worcester                er, grandmother or great-grandmother is in        benefit a student enrolled in the Licensed          number where you can be reached.
Academy for the second trimester.                   good standing as an active member of the          Practical Nursing Program at Bay Path               In addition, a preschool screening will be
•   Webster    —     Catrina   Doxsee,  12          Holy Rosary Sodality This scholarship is not
                                                                          .                           Regional Vocational Technical High School           held in May for 3 and 4 year old children.
(Headmaster’s List).                                limited to local students, but open to any sen-   in Charlton. Please send donations to               Testing will take place in the areas of speech,
• Dudley — Alaina Stochaj, 11 (Headmaster’s         ior meeting the above requirements.               Webster Federal Credit Union at #1 North            cognitive, fine and gross motor skills. If you
List).                                              Applications are available at the church rec-     Main St., Webster MA 01570.                         have concerns about your child in any of
• Oxford — Kursten Butler, 9 (Headmaster’s          tory and should be submitted to St. Andrew                                                            these developmental areas, please call the
List); Coleman LeBlanc, 9 (Honor Roll).             Bobola Church Scholarship Committee, P.O.                                                             Special Education Office at 508-943-3646, ext.
                                                    Box 98, Dudley, MA 01571.                         Park Ave. School                                    20, to schedule an appointment.
                                                    The scholarship will be presented to the stu-
Curry College student                               dent upon receipt of a college transcript after   Kindergarten Registration
takes center stage                                  successful completion of the first semester                                                           Scholarships available for
                                                    and continuation on to the second.                WEBSTER — Kindergarten registration for
MILTON — Curry College Interim Theatre
                                                    The scholarship guidelines and applications       the 2009-10 school year will be held at Park        students of nursing programs
                                                    may be picked up at the church rectory            Avenue Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 12
Director John Barrett is pleased to announce        Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.      p.m. on Tuesday, April 21, Wednesday, April         The Worcester District Medical Society
that Oxford resident Paige Turcotte, daugh-         Deadline for scholarship applications is May      22, and Thursday, April 23.                         Alliance will be awarding two categories of
ter of Robert and Donna Turcotte, will play         1.                                                Any child 5 years of age on or before Aug. 31,      scholarship this year. One for a student cur-
the role of “Brittany” in the upcoming pro-                                                           2009, is eligible for kindergarten. They            rently enrolled in a BSN nursing program. A
duction, “The Love Note,” written by Curry                                                            should be enrolled on one of the above dates.       second scholarship for a student enrolled in
College professor Gail Phaneuf.
A 2006 graduate of Oxford High School, Paige
                                                    Webster Lions Club Scholarship                    It is not necessary for your child to be present    an MSN/NP program. Applicants must be
                                                                                                      at registration, however, the child’s birth cer-    Worcester County residents. To obtain an
is currently in her junior year at Curry            The Webster Lions Club is currently accept-       tificate and proof of residency must be pre-        application     visit   our     Web       site,
College. Along with taking numerous theatre         ing applications for the George Sellig            sented at the time of registration.       , or questions e-mail wdmsal-
courses, Paige has been seen in such produc-        Memorial Scholarship. The $1,000 award is         A recent physical and up-to-date immuniza-
tions as “A Shayna Maidel” and last semes-          presented each year to a graduating high          tions are necessary before your child is            The application deadline is June 1, 2009.


                                                                                                        Courtesy photos

                                                                     OXFORD — On Saturday, April 11, the Oxford Lions
                                                                     hosted its annual Easter Event at the Bandstand.

                                                         Are Christians paranoid?
       s a child I had the great privi-                                                          ,
                                                                                   would query “How in the world          to call for a world bank that controls         children now use their fingerprint
       lege of sitting in church and                                               could a single government be able to   all funds. There is also serious talk          to pay for hot lunches.
       listening to knowledgeable                                   BEYOND         keep track of every single person on   of      a     one-world     currency             It turns out those “crazy preach-
speakers from all over the world give                                              the planet, and how would they get     (              ers” weren’t paranoid — they were
rousing speeches on what was going                                 THE PEWS        countries like Russia to get on,25197,25173126-                   spot on! A world system is unfolding
to happen in the future, as predicted                                              board?” Others wondered, “If we        12377,00.html).                                just as they predicted. That scares
by the Bible.                                                                      can’t even get Pentecostals and                      ,
                                                                                                                             • Recently in Hartford, Conn., an           some folks, but maybe there is a
  I heard about a one-world govern-                                    JOHN        Lutherans to agree on things, how      anti-family group spearheaded a                bright side to all of this. If the Bible
ment, a one-world religion that was                                                would it be possible to get Hindus,    legal attack against the Catholic              has been proven true in these mat-
tolerant     of     everything     but                                HANSON       Muslims and Christian to agree on      Church. They recommended that                  ters, then we can be confident in the
Christianity a one-world currency     ,                                            anything?”                             the state dictate who controls the             rest of its message. The same Bible
and a coming financial system that                                                         ,
                                                                                     Today however, the once-predict-     spending of charitable contribu-               that predicted a one-world govern-
would require everyone to be              no one could buy or sell anything        ed developments are almost univer-     tions; in other words, they recom-             ment predicted that many people
“marked” in order to buy or sell.         without that mark, which was either      sally accepted as inevitable. U.S.     mended a state-controlled religion.            would become believers during this
The latter prediction went some-          the name of the beast or the number      presidents talk about a “New World     That is as ridiculous as giving                period of time. True believers have
thing like this: “One of these days       representing his name. Wisdom is         Order,” or being a “citizen of the     Congress the right to spend funds              no need to be paranoid, because they
the whole world will be led by a man      needed here. Let the one with under-     world.” At every turn one can see      raised by the Lion’s Club or                   are living by the Book that keeps get-
who will be able to control everyone      standing solve the meaning of the        the world predicted in scripture       Toastmasters, but waters are                   ting proved right — a Book that tells
by refusing to let them do business       number of the beast, for it is the       coming into view. Below are three      brazenly being tested.                         of God’s great love. And “perfect
without being a part of the world         number of a man. His number is           prime examples.                           • Recent technological develop-             love casteth out fear:” (1 John 4:18
system of government.” This teach-        666.” (Revelation 13:16-18 NLT)            • In a matter of months,             ments such as cell phones, bank                KJV)
ing was based on Scripture passages         Many people dismissed the above        Americans have watched the stock       cards, retinal scanners, implantable             Bishop John W. Hanson is pastor of
such as the one below:                    theories as paranoia. It was all so      market crash and the U.S. govern-      microchips, etc., have paved the way           Acts II Ministries. If you are interest-
  “He required everyone — small           Orwellian. I remember the scorn          ment take unprecedented steps          for a cashless society and greater             ed in a free home Bible study that
and great, rich and poor, free and        and skepticism encountered by            toward ownership of major compa-       government control. I recently                 includes information on this topic
slave — to be given a mark on the         those like my parents who dared          nies and banks. The whole world is     talked to a parent from Woodstock,             please visit or call 1-
right hand or on the forehead. And        believe such “nonsense.” Skeptics        in financial turmoil, causing some     Conn., who told me grade-school                888-433-9901.

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   Concert Choir premieres masterpiece
      his Saturday, don’t miss a
      rare event featuring the
      Concert       Choir     of
Northeastern Connecticut per-
forming “The Armed Man: A Mass
for Peace.”

                          IN TUNE

                                                    The Armed Man
The choir will be led by Music
Director Dr. David Belles and           Friday, April 24
accompanied by a 36-piece orches-
tra.                                    • Terry Brennan, 8 p.m., Fiddler’s
“The Armed Man” is a Mass by            Green     (Worcester     Hibernian
Welsh composer Karl Jenkins. It         Cultural Centre), Worcester.
was premiered at The Royal Albert       • Bill McCarthy & His Guitar, 7
Hall in London in 2000, and the fol-    p.m., Greendale’s Pub, Worcester.                                                  Concert Choir of Northeastern Connecticut
lowing year released as a recording     • Dave Rivers Group, The Bad Boys,
by The London Philharmonic              The Tone Deffs, Zack Borer, 8 p.m.,       • No Alibi, 9 p.m., Greendale’s Pub,        • Blues Jam, 2 p.m., The Cannery, 12        Uncasville, Conn.
Orchestra and The National Youth        Lucky Dog, Worcester.                     Worcester.                                  Crane St., Southbridge.
Choir of Great Britain.                 • Big Ten Inch (Aerosmith tribute),       • Appetite for Destruction (Guns            • Chad and Jeremy, 7 p.m., Wolf             Thursday, April 30
The work itself is an enthralling       9 p.m., Crossroads, Route 20,             ’N’ Roses tribute), The Last Call           Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,
and timely commentary on the            Palmer.                                   Band, Devoid, Order 66, 8 p.m.,             Uncasville, Conn.                           • Battle of the Bands w/Lawless
tragedy of war, with text taken         • Traphiq, New Pilot, The                 Lucky Dog, Worcester.                                                                   Coast, The Patmos Brothers
from a variety of sources including     Demisers, & The Wandas, 9 p.m.,           • Pucker, 8:30 p.m., Ye Olde Tavern,        Monday, April 27                            Revival, Jabooda, 9 p.m., Mill
the traditional Latin Mass, the         Mill     Street    Brews      Cafe,       W. Brookfield.                                                                          Street Brews, Southbridge.
Muslim call to prayer (performed        Southbridge.                              • Foolish U, 9 p.m., The Pump               • Open Mic, 8 p.m., Dark Horse              • Dana Lewis, 7:30 p.m., Caffe
by a muzzein), an Indian epic           • Lesions, Anomia, As Grass Grows         House, Southbridge.                         Tavern, 12 Crane St., Southbridge.          Sorrento, Milford.
poem, and works by English and          Green, Kannabis Kids, Tuesdays            • Tim Peck Trio, 8 p.m., The Vanilla        • Parker House & Theory, 7 p.m.,            • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic
Japanese poets. For more informa-       with Morrie, Pride Causes the Fall,       Bean Cafe, Pomfret, Conn., $12.             Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,               (upstairs), 8 p.m., TJ O’Brien’s,
tion    on    the      piece    visit   9 p.m., Mill Street Brews Club,           • Uncle Rhubarb & The Hokum                 Uncasville, Conn.                           Sturbridge.           Southbridge.                              Hotspurs, 8 to 10 p.m., Victoria                                                        • Dean Bagley, 7 to 10 p.m., Point
rev.htm. In addition, this concert is   • Spread Eagle, 9 p.m., The               Station Café, Putnam, Conn.                 Tuesday, April 28                           Breeze, Webster.
the culmination of a year that          Cannery, 12 Crane St., Southbridge,       • Dean Bagley, 9:30 p.m., The Gold                                                      • Beginnings — The Ultimate
marks the 50th anniversary of the       $7.                                       Eagle @ The Laurel House, Rt. 395           • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic, 7:30            Chicago Tribute Band, 8 p.m., Wolf
Concert Choir of Northeastern           • Irish Session, 9:30 p.m., Dark          Exit 94, Dayville, Conn.                    pm, Greendale’s Pub, Worcester.             Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,
Connecticut, which was founded in       Horse Tavern, 12 Crane St.,               • Concert Choir of Northeastern             • Rob Adams, 7:30 to 10 p.m., The           Uncasville, Conn.
1959 by Warren Geissinger.              Southbridge.                              Connecticut, performing “The                Copper Stallion, 538 Main St.,
The concert will be held at 2:30 p.m.   • Rich Badowski Band, 9 p.m., The         Armed Man: A Mass for Peace,”               Sturbridge/Fiskdale.                        If you’re a live act that would like to
Saturday, April 25, at Killingly        Pump House, Southbridge.                  Killingly High School, Killingly,           • Rush Hour, 7 p.m., Wolf Den,              be featured, know of someone else
High School, 79 Westfield Ave.,         • RAM, 9 p.m., Altones, Jewitt City,      Conn.                                       Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville,             who is, or simply want to let us
Danielson, CT 06239. Tickets are        Conn.                                     • Ambrosia with Marty Balin, 8              Conn.                                       know about an upcoming gig, e-
$15/$5 students under 19 and are        • Boogie Wonder Band, 8 p.m., Wolf        p.m., Boogie Wonder Band, 10 p.m.,                                                      mail me at the address below.
available from choir members and        Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,                  Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,               Wednesday, April 29                         Anything I get before Friday of each
at the Pomfret Spirit Shoppe and        Uncasville, Conn.                         Uncasville, Conn.                                                                       week will make the following
Wine Shed, or reservations can be                                                                                             • Steve Willey, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., TJ                      .
                                                                                                                                                                          Friday’s paper Keep the music live
made at 860-974-7464 or online at       Saturday, April 25                        Sunday, April 26                            O’Brien’s, Sturbridge.                      and not so quiet here in northeast-                                                                                                     • RAM, 9 p.m., Lucky’s, Foster, R.I.        ern Connecticut and central
                                        • Mark Renburke, 8:30 p.m., Spruce        • Dana Lewis, 8          p.m.,   Caffe      • Dr. K’s Motown Revue, 7 p.m.,             Massachusetts! E-mail Mark at get-
                                        Street Tavern, Clinton.                   Sorrento, Milford.                          Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,     

CALENDAR                                           Thompson Public Library (934 Riverside
                                                   Dr., North Grosvenordale, Conn.) as it hosts
                                                                                                       registered before April 30; $380 per four-
                                                                                                       some after April 30 — includes 18 holes, golf
                                                                                                                                                               MA.MDIV,                         Interfaith
                                                                                                                                                               Chaplain/Bereavement Coordinator. Jewish
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                                                   two special discussions on Lyme Disease.            cart, golfer gift, continental breakfast,               Home Hospice, 629 Salisbury St., Worcester.
Women’s Association Flea Market —                  You will learn important information,               boxed lunch, fun and prizes, dinner and                 The group is continuous, meeting every
First Baptist Church, 693 Main St., North          including: What is Lyme Disease? What               awards ceremony. All proceeds benefit                   Tuesday at 4:30pm and follows a bereave-
Oxford, Saturday, May 2, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,         causes it? What are the symptoms and signs          adults with disabilities. To register for or            ment curriculum. The group is free and
rain or shine. Drop off is Friday, May 1,          of Lyme Disease? How is Lyme Disease                sponsor this event — contact Cindy Lebeaux              open to all regardless of religion or non-
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and Saturday morning       diagnosed? What is the treatment for Lyme           at 508-943-0700, ext. 112, or clebeaux@life-            religious affiliation. Refreshments will be
at 8 a.m. Clean, gently used, non broken           Disease? How can Lyme Disease be prevent-                                           offered. Rev. Judith Osgood has her MA in
items only. Table and space: $20. No table:        ed? Is there a vaccine? The discussions will                                                                Counseling and her MDIV from the
$15. To reserve a spot please call Linda           be held Wednesday, May 13, at 12 p.m.,                                                                      Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley,
Levie at 508-987-0908, or the church office at     Community Room 1, presented by Syed                 ONGOING                                                 CA. She was ordained into the Unitarian
508-987-5633. Refreshments available — hot         Hussein MD, and Wednesday, May 27, at 6:30                                                                  Universalist Ministry in 1996 and has
dogs, donuts, coffee, soda, chips.                 p.m., Library Meeting Room, presented by            WEBSTER                                                 served parishes in Wyoming, Massachusetts
                                                   Afshin Nasseri, MD. For more information,                                                                   and Connecticut before entering the hospice
                                                   please                                 visit        New Cemetery rates for the Town of                      field three years ago.
Sunday, May 3                             The infor-
                                                   mation sessions are fee and open to the pub-
                                                                                                       Webster will go into effect July 1.
                                                                                                       Copies of the rate schedule may be obtained             OXFORD
BOSTON                                             lic.                                                at the Department of Public
                                                                                                       Works, the Selectmen’s Office and the Town              Yearly Amnesty Month — During the
Project Bread, The Walk for Hunger —                                                                   Clerk’s Office.                                         month of April, the Oxford Public Library
Sunday, May 3. Each year, more than 2,000          Saturday, May 16                                                                                            is having an Amnesty Month on Oxford
volunteers work together to make The Walk                                                              WORCESTER                                               Library materials, yes including movies.
for Hunger fun, safe, and successful. Join us      CHARLTON                                                                                                    Bring back old books, movies or any other
for this vital event on Sunday, May 3, and be                                                          Jewish     Home       Hospice   Interfaith              type of material that was borrowed from
part of the effort to end hunger for 522,000       A Yard Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 2           Bereavement Support Group — for all                     the Oxford Library, and during the month of
people in Massachusetts who struggle to put        p.m. at the Federated Church of Charlton,           those who have lost a loved one — Tuesday,              April we will charge no fines.
food on the table.                                 64 Main St., Charlton, Saturday, May 16.            May 12 to Tuesday, June 30, from 4:30 to 6                                      Turn To CALENDAR, page 7
Bring a group, or come by yourself and             Come and browse for great treasures and             p.m., at the Jewish HealthCare Center.
meet new people. Volunteer for a morning           bargains. There will also be a snack bar for        Space is limited. For
or afternoon shift, or stay all day — it’s up to   treats or a quick lunch. Proceeds will sup-         information and reg-
you. Whether you are beginning or continu-
ing your commitment to helping hungry
                                                   port the Youth Group’s mission to
                                                                                                       istration call 508-713-
                                                                                                       0512, ext. 6219. Rev.
                                                                                                       Judith        Osgood,
                                                                                                                                      Sprucedale Gardens
people, we have never needed you more!                                                                                                             NURSERY          AND      GREENHOUSE
Visit for
                                                   Friday, May 29
more information and to register! You can
also e-mail or                                        PSYCHOTHERAPY                                            Open for the Season!
call our volunteer hotline at 617-239-2546.        WESTMINSTER
                                                                                 and COUNSELING                                                                      • Largest selection of nursery
                                                   Please “chip in” for a           Children, Adults, Families                                                         plants in the area
Saturday, May 9                                    great cause! Life-
                                                   Skills, Inc. — sup-
                                                                             N   Individual therapy                                                                  • Flowering trees & shrubs,
                                                                             N   Couple and family therapy
DUDLEY                                             porting persons with                                                                                                ground covers, fruit trees, and
                                                   disabilities in all of    N   Child/Adolescent Evaluation and Treatment
                                                   c e n t r a l             N   Treatment consistent with 12-Step Programs                                            bushes, vines, perennials,
St. Andrew Bobola Church Rent-A-
Space Yard Sale — Do you have lots of use-         Massachusetts — is        N   Hypnotherapy                                                                          annuals, herbs, hanging baskets
able household items that you no longer            holding     it’s   7th    N   Managing stress, anxiety, anger
need or want? If you are like so many of us,       Annual        Charity                                                              • Rare plants, native plants, bamboo
                                                   Golf Tournament                     Most Insurance Plans and
you want to run a yard sale, but need the                                          Employee Assistance Plans Accepted                 • Statuary, glazed pottery, sculpted clay birdbaths
motivation or a good location to hold a suc-       Friday, May 29, at
                                                                                         Pet-Assisted Therapy
cessful one. The answer to your prayers is         The      Woods       of           Day and Evening Appointments                     • Soil amendments, seeds, stakes,
here! The Holy Rosary Sodality of St.              Westminster          in
Andrew Bobola Church of Dudley is spon-            Westminster. Four-              Mitchell D. Gurk, Ph.D.                              cedar trellises
soring a Rent-A-Space Yard Sale on                 person scramble for-               Licensed Psychologist Provider
                                                   mat, 9 a.m. sign-in, 10               16 Hastings Rd. Spencer                      • Organic fertilizer, pest control
Saturday, May 9, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in
its parking lot at 54 West Main St., Dudley.       a.m. shotgun start;                    508/885-3861                                  products, animal repellents
By renting a space for a $25 donation to the       $360 per foursome if
                                                                                                                                      • Expert advice
church, you can set up in a highly visible
spot on a busy thoroughfare. All advertising
for this event is included in the rental price.           Happy 84th Birthday Mom                                                     See you at the nursery!
Rain Date is the following Saturday, May 16.                                     If roses grow in heaven
For more information or to reserve your
space, please call Nancy at 508-943-4850 or                                      Please pick a dozen, Lord                                                                   20 East Quasset Road
the St. Andrew Bobola Rectory at 508-943-                                        As you lay them in Mom’s arms
5633.                                                                            Tell her that I love her and                                                                   Woodstock, CT
                                                                                 When she turns and smiles                                                                     860-974-0045
Wednesday, May 13                                                                Place a kiss upon her cheek
                                                                                 Please wish her Happy Birthday
                                                                                                                                                                            Open: Tuesday-Friday 9-6 • Saturday 9-5
THOMPSON, Conn.                                                                  Just from me
                                                                                 I love you Mom ~ Connie                                 Located just off Rte. 171 1-1/4 miles west of intersection of rte 169
Take a Bite Out of Lyme Disease — Join
6 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                      Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                               

                                                                   AROUND THE REGION
                                                                                                                                                                      either sinks or swims at the hands of the
CareerLaunch Program                                                                                                                                                  Planning Board. My vote on the board will
set to begin                                                                                                                                                          always be based on common sense and facts
                                                                                                                                                                      and will be in the best interest of the Town of
                                                                                                                                                                      Dudley  .”
   DUDLEY — With the summer fast                                                                                                                                        A resident of Dresser Hill and first-time
approaching, many teens need to start prepar-                                                                                                                         candidate for any elected office, Jonathan
ing themselves for the competition that comes                                                                                                                                                                 .
                                                                                                                                                                      Ruda began his career in public safety He has
with finding a first job. The Boys & Girls Club                                                                                                                       served as a correctional officer, a Webster
of     Webster-Dudley         will   begin     its                                                                                                                    police officer, EMT-Intermediate and a volun-
CareerLaunch program to help young people                                                                                                                             teer firefighter. In 1998, Ruda was hired as a
explore a variety of careers, make sound edu-                                                                                                                         state     investigator    for  the    Workers’
cational decisions and prepare for the world of                                                                                                                       Compensation Trust Fund and was promoted
work.                                                                                                                                                                 to Regional Manager for the Worcester
   CareerLaunch is Boys & Girls Clubs of                                                                                                                              Regional Dispute Resolution office of the
America’s premier career development pro-                                                                                                                             Commonwealth of Massachusetts Industrial
gram providing a range of services to help                                                                                                                            Accident Board. His most recent service in the
Club members develop the skills essential for                                                                                                                         public sector was as the Manager of Grant
workforce success. This includes not only get-                                                                                                                        Inspection, Audit and Compliance for the
ting and keeping a job, but also finding a                                                                                                                                                 .
                                                                                                                                                                      Division of Safety Ruda’s successful public
career that fits each member’s interests and                                                                                                                          leadership experience lead him to begin con-
talents. Made possible through funding from                                                                                                                           sulting for private manufacturing and engi-
Gap Foundation, the program has the follow-                                                                                                                                                           ,
                                                                                                                                                                      neering firms. Most recently he served as
ing features:                                                                                                                                                         director of Corporate Health and Safety and
   • The Career Exploration Quick Reference                                                                                         CUTLINE: Teresa A. Franco photo   project manager for the development of
Guide is full of career planning and fun,                                                                                                                             International Traffic in Arms Regulations
engaging skill-building activities that Club              Owners of Colony Liquors and brothers Bud and Steve Freitas pose with Maureen Stake and Eileen
                                                          Roughan, co-chairs of ADNA’s upcoming wine tasting fundraiser Friday, April 24. Colony Liquors is           Compliance Program at the Coghlin
staff or volunteers can conduct with individu-                                                                                                                        Companies in Worcester. He is a graduate of
als or in small group settings to assist teens in         providing the wine for the event and donating a prize for the raffle.
                                                                                                                                                                      Shepherd Hill Regional High School and grad-
successfully finding and keeping a job.                                                                                                                               uate, cum laude, from Becker College with a
   • The CareerLaunch Teen Tips booklet, with
an eye-catching design aimed at teens, has
                                                          ADNA to host wine tasting fundraiser                                                                        bachelor of science in business administra-
                                                                                                                                                                      tion. He is a current member and past
helpful job hunting and on-the-job tips, such                                                                                                                         Secretary of the Webster/Dudley Quo Vadis
                                                          AUBURN — If you like wine, socialization and supporting a good cause, then your pres-
as how to identify common abbreviations in                                                                                                                            Scholarship Fund.
                                                          ence is requested at an upcoming Auburn District Nursing Association (ADNA)
job ads, how to write a good cover letter,
résumé and what to wear to an interview.
   • The CareerLaunch Folders make it conven-
                                                          ADNA will hold a wine tasting Friday April 24, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Pakachoag                          Boston Marathon results
                                                          Church at 203 Pakachoag St. The event is one of ADNA’s two fundraisers they hold every
ient for teens to store their resumes, reference                                                                                                                         The following local residents completed the
                                                          year. Admission is $35 a ticket or $50 for two. There will be a raffle, boutique tables and
letters, etc., as they build their portfolios.                                                                                                                                                            ,
                                                                                                                                                                      113th Boston Marathon on Monday April 20:
   • The CareerLaunch Web site is an online                                                                                                                              • Dudley: Laura S. Hast (3:45:44), Donna M.
                                                          Colony Liquors and Wine Shoppe is sponsoring the event and providing the wine. The
community that allows young people the                                                                                                                                Maass (3:58:03), Michelle Massmann (5:28:45).
                                                          Shoppe is also donating a special item to raffle off that won’t be revealed until the night
opportunity to maximize the career explo-                                                                                                                                • Oxford: Mark A. Brooks (3:05:21), Craig A.
                                                          of the wine tasting.
ration experience through this dynamic                                                                                                                                Colebourn (3:44:27), Stephen J. Walker
                                                          ADNA is a Medicaid/Medicare home health provider. They have been serving Auburn
online resource. The Web site offers an inter-                                                                                                                        (5:01:47).
                                                          and surrounding communities for more than 90 years.
est survey where teens may learn about differ-                                                                                                                           • Webster: Jeffrey Grupposo (4:38:16).
ent careers that match their interest and tal-
ents. They can identify training or college
requirements, seek out financial aid and
                                                                                                                                                                      Upcoming Events at the Chester
much more.
   The CareerLaunch program will begin
                                                       Ruda announces write-in candidacy                         For Ruda, this write-in campaign is about            C. Corbin Public Library:
Thursday April 30, and run every Thursday
from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. until June 4. Teens inter-
                                                       for Planning Board                                      helping residents to improve their access to
                                                                                                               government without facing the political obsta-                   ,
                                                                                                                                                                        • Monday April 27, 6:30 p.m.: The Book
                                                                                                               cles sometimes inherent to the same limited            Group will meet to discuss “The Life and
ested in participating must be current mem-               DUDLEY — Last week, Dudley resident                                                                         Times of the Thunderbolt Kid,” by Bill
bers and in good standing at the Club. If inter-                                                               pool of candidates.
                                                       Jonathan Ruda officially announced his write-             “This is about common sense versus influ-            Bryson.
ested, please contact Program Director Jeff            in candidacy for the Dudley Planning Board.
Bourgette at 508-943-0037 or e-mail jbour-                                                                     ence,” said Ruda.
                                                          A private corporate consultant for govern-             In the next five years, Dudley must be in a                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                        •Thursday April 30, 6:30 p.m. — RESCHED-
gette@bgcwebsterdudley      .org.                      ment regulation and compliance, former gov-                                                                    ULED — “Life of a Civil War Soldier.” Re-
                                                                                                               position to take full advantage of an economic
                                                       ernment dispute resolution manager and pub-             recovery no matter how it is packaged. “In no
                                                                                                                        ,                                             enacter and historian Bob Ducharme will talk
  - Submitted by the Webster-Dudley Boys &             lic safety officer, the long-time Dudley resident                                                              about the life of the typical Civil War soldier,
Girls Club                                                                                                     small part, the Dudley Planning Board will
                                                       announced his intent to campaign as a write-            play a key role in the effectiveness of Dudley’s       and display historical artifacts.
                                                       in candidate in a letter to the Dudley Town                                  ,”
                                                                                                               economic recovery Ruda said. “A project

         Lucky “all boy” Buzz
      was adopted by Deb Dushku

                                      Courtesy photo

    WEBSTER — With kitten season upon us,
 the Community Cat Connection (CCC) in
 Webster is seeking responsible, adult volun-
 teers who can work Monday or Friday morn-                     Oakwood recognizes Above and Beyond winners
 ings from 8-10 p.m. cleaning cages, feeding the                                                                                                                                                        Courtesy photos
 cats, and doing laundry Volunteers are also
 need on Wednesday and Sunday nights from 4                    WEBSTER — Oakwood Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is proud to announce their 1st Quarter of 2009 Above and Beyond Winners. Each month,
                                                               employees, residents and family members are encouraged to nominate an employee who goes above and beyond the call of duty, and often are nomi-
 to 6 p.m.
                                                               nated for doing the little things that may, in their minds, go unnoticed. These employees truly make a difference in the lives of our patients and resi-
    CCC, located at 40 Main St. in Webster, found
 a forever loving home for Buzz. Why was he
                                                               Winners were as follows: Beverly Simons, CNA/Rehab Aide (January); Anna Plewa, RN (February); Annmarie Chisholm, LPN (March).
 named Buzz?
    “His purr,” said adopting parent Deb
 Dushku. “This kitty has a constant purr that
 sounds more like a buzz. There’s no break in
 it. He purrs both in and out, so it’s just one
 continuous buzz. He’s just the best. We love
 him. He’s a crazy rambunctious, adorable lit-
 tle boy…and he is all boy! Lilly (our other
                                                              AN ‘EGG-CITING’ TIME AT
 feline child) and Toni (our canine daughter)
 are absolutely fine with him.”
                                                              CHRISTOPHER HEIGHTS
    Dushku said that she’s impressed with the                                                                         Courtesy photos
 CCC shelter.                                                 WEBSTER — On Thursday, April 9, residents of Christopher Heights
    “It’s small in size, yes, but huge in atmos-              got in the Easter spirit by coloring eggs and decorating Easter
 phere and love and commitment.”                              cookies. Residents got to keep some of their creations to share
 If interested in volunteering, please call                   with their families and friends. The rest of their beautifully decorat-
 Volunteer Coordinator Dorothy Millhofer at                   ed cookies were handed out to residents who were unable to attend
 508-213-2219 (day) or 774-545-0122 (cell).                   the decorating event, as well as staff members, so that they may
                                                              enjoy them. It was a very enjoyable afternoon for all.


         ON OUR SITE,

           All local. All the time.                                                                                                                      Friday, April 24, 2009        • THE WEBSTER TIMES • 7

Douglas ZBA still studying wind farm plan
  7BY THOMAS MATTSON                     photo simulation of it rather than        said the ZBA has the option of deter-      the proposal brought out some con-        Awareness of the proposal first
     STONEBRIDGE PRESS STAFF WRITER      relying only on the developer’s stud-     mining setbacks for the project.           cern about the effect of 450-foot-high    came to the board both from the pro-
  DOUGLAS — The Zoning Board of          ies of those data. American Pro             James Sullivan, of Woburn, who           windmill blades on the look of the        ponents and from the Douglas
Appeals (ZBA) is expected to decide      Wind has agreed to foot the bill of up    owns the site American Wind is             Webster Lake skyline to the north-        Economic                 Development
next Thursday April 30, whether or       to $4,000 for the UMass Renewable         looking at, was at last week’s ZBA         east.                                     Commission (EDC). EDC Chairman
not to grant variances to a wind         Energy Resource Laboratory to pro-        meeting.                                     The company has already given           Harold Davis and his group have
farm proponent.                          vide an independent validation of           “I’ve been working with the town         the venture a name — the Douglas          been strongly behind the town’s
  American Pro Wind has proposed         the developer’s data. The UMass           for eight years to develop it,” he told    Woods Renewable Energy Park.              industrial development, first by
a $57 million project for a 225-acre     analysis is expected to be put in the                         ,
                                                                                   the ZBA Thursday April 16. “The              The selectmen have told Taipale         locating sites, then trying to make
site south of Route 16 near the          hands of ZBA members early                market has gone bad but fortunately        they will take enough time to             prospective businesses aware of the
Webster line. The proponent wants        enough to allow them ample time to        the state has taken over. I’d like to      research all aspects of such an           town’s offerings.
to erect 13 renewable energy wind-       study it before the April 30 meeting.     see it developed for the town. It          enterprise. Their approach did not,         “We’re looking for guidance from
turbine towers on the site and feed        In addition to getting a pass on        seems the best thing. But the state        however, seem to convey any lack of       the board and how you want to steer
electricity into the regional grid.      height and use regulations, the pro-      wants to add [the site] to its project.    enthusiasm for the project. In fact,      our actions,” Taipale told the select-
  The three-member ZBA has               ponent must receive a favorable           Money is green no matter where it          two thoughts seemed to dominate           men April 7.
lacked unanimity on the issue of         review for its nearly 500-foot-high       comes from.”                               the selectmen’s discussion April 7.         He noted the project first appeared
granting variances. Meanwhile,           towers from the Federal Aviation            He said he would not do many             One was that such a project was           last fall and that the applicant had
American Pro Wind is exerting pres-      Administration,          a        U.S.    more extensions in regard to his           major and new beyond anything             hired an engineering company to
sure for a decision as soon as possi-    Environmental Protection Agency           property’s use.                            they had ever addressed. Nor do           study both the proposal and the suit-
ble. Should the ZBA not decide on        habitat study, the Massachusetts            As for the selectmen, they are well      they want to plunge headlong into         ability of the site for a wind farm.
the variances by April 30, the propo-    Historical Commission, an archaeo-        aware of the potentiality of the proj-     something without all the facts, they       “In December,” Taipale contin-
nent’s counsel, Edwin Taipale, has       logical review and many other stipu-      ect to stimulate the economic cli-         said.                                     ued, “a proposal was presented to
implied his client may go elsewhere.     lations. American Wind had hoped          mate of Douglas into a new age. But          Selectmen expressed concern that        the        (Douglas)        Economic
  The ZBA seeks an outside evalua-       to get the project up and running by      they are also showing signs of a cau-      those facts come from independent         Development Commission, which
tion of the shadow flicker and noise     2010.                                     tious approach to the project. A           sources as well as from the develop-      unanimously supported it. So the
studies of the project as well as a        Town counsel Jonathan Eichman           recent public hearing in Webster on        er and their own in-house resources.      applicant went ahead.”

CALENDAR                                            this worthy cause.
                                                    The bands for the month starting with
                                                                                                         at Acts II Ministries Sunday evenings from
                                                                                                         5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Certificates will be
                                                                                                                                                              driveways          (508-865-7198
continued from page   5
                                                    Stone Canyon, the Charlene Marie Band,               obtained and credits applied to the Acts II          Where? Worcester area and surrounding
                                                    Cobblestone Road, and The Help Wanted                Training Institute. Acts II Ministries is            towns.
WEBSTER                                             Band are supporting this effort along with           located at 1366 Riverside Drive (Route 12) in        Why? Lead acid batteries are harmful to the
                                                    the legion members and encourage all to do           Thompson, Conn.                                      environment. This project hopefully will
Street Lights will be shut off in Webster           the same.                                            For more information and to schedule a               make it easier and more convenient for peo-
as of April 6. A list of lights to be shut off is                                                        ride, call toll free at 1-888-433-9901 or look us    ple to recycle.
on file at the town clerk’s office, the Chester     WEBSTER                                              up on the web at
C. Corbin Library, and may also be down-                                                                                                                      DUDLEY
loaded through a link on the town’s Website.        Beginner Belly Dancing Classes — Now                 DUDLEY
All questions should be referred to the DPW         forming at Edwards’ Emporium, 201-205                                                                     Get fit while you sit with chair yoga —
at 508-949-3862.                                    Main Street, Webster, Thursday evenings              Do you love to sing? Did you sing in school          Come have fun, stretch, flex and flow while
                                                    from 6:45 to 8 p.m., March 19, 26, April 2, 9,       and or with a church choir? Are you cur-             being around your friends in a relaxing
REGION                                              16. Cost is $60 for six week series. Call            rently not attending another church and are          environment. Take charge of your health —
                                                    Michelle Sherillo to register or for more            wishing that you had that musical outlet?            movement is the key to life. Location:
The Worcester County Poetry Association             info 508-981-1732 or e-mail at everybelly-           Do you enjoy singing a range of traditional          Jacob’s Hall at the First Congregational
(WCPA) is running their Annual Poetry                                        to contemporary Christian music?                     Church, 135 Center Rd., Dudley, the church
Contest with submissions welcomed until                                                                  If you are fun loving, hard working and              next to the Nichols College campus. Please
April 1. The contest is open to all residents       THOMPSON, Conn.                                      enjoy being part of a group committed to             enter through the side entrance.
of Worcester County or students or employ-                                                               making beautiful music and growing                   The class runs weekly, every Tuesday from
ees of institutions within Worcester County.        Great Stories of the Bible — Have you                together come join us at our Thursday                10 to 10:45 a.m. Class fee is $5 per person/per
For complete details, visit www.wcpa.home-          always wondered about some of the stories            evening rehearsals at 7 p.m. at The Dudley           class, or free for those undergoing cancer                                          in the Bible? Do you remember hearing sto-           First Congregational Church located right            treatment.
                                                    ries as a child, and would like to know              next to Nichol’s College. If you have any            How Do I Sign Up? Simply show up and pay
WEBSTER                                             more? Here’s your chance! For the next               questions feel free to contact me at search-         when you arrive. No need to sign up ahead
                                                    three months, Acts II Ministries will be con- or at 860-935-5219.                  of time as there is plenty of space available.
Can the crowd and stock the stage — The             ducting classes on Sundays evenings called                                                                If it is your first class, please arrive 15 min-
Southern Mass Country Music fans are                “Great Stories of the Bible.” The focus will         REGION                                               utes early to complete a health form.
encouraged to assist those in need begin-           be on both well-known stories, as well as                                                                 Who can come to class? Seniors, men and
ning in the month of April. Every Sunday,           some of the more obscure stories from the            Who? Brian Wood, 16, Boy Scout from Troop            women and/or any adult who is looking for
starting at 4 p.m., we will be “stocking the        Bible, using various teaching methods.               131, Sutton.                                         a gentle yoga class to build range of motion
stage” at the American Legion #184 on               These classes are taught as stand alone              What? Lead acid battery recycling pick-              and flexibility while sitting in a chair. This
Houghton Street in Webster, with canned             classes, and much benefit can be gained by           up service. We will pick up any lead acid            class is superb for any person with
goods and non-perishable food items to help         attending all the classes, for a more well-          batteries, button batteries, and recharge-           Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis as
restock the local food pantry.                      rounded view of the Bible as literature.             able batteries.                                      well. If you are currently undergoing can-
During the month, all attendees at the coun-        These classes are open to all, and would be          When? Whenever people call or email, we
try dances are asked to consider donating to        beneficial to home-schoolers and retirees            can arrange a convenient pickup time.                                    Turn To CALENDAR, page 10
                                                    alike. Classes started Feb. 15 and will run on       People usually leave them at the ends of

    MORTGAGEE’S NOTICE OF SALE OF                   bidding. The balance of the purchase price           said Day Lane, said bound being one hundred          02461-0389, within thirty (30) days from the
                  REAL ESTATE                       shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the       and four tenths (100.4) feet northerly of a          date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchas-
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale     sale date in the form of a certified check, bank     bound at the intersection of the northerly line      er for recording upon receipt in full of the pur-
contained in a certain Mortgage given by            treasurer's check or other check satisfactory to     of Hill Street and the easterly line of said Day     chase price. The description of the premises
Joanna Opalinski and Joseph H. Opalinski            Mortgagee's attorney. The Mortgagee                  Lane;                                                contained in said mortgage shall control in the
to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,        reserves the right to bid at the sale, to reject     THENCE northerly forty-nine and three tenths         event of an error in this publication.
Inc., dated December 29, 2006 and recorded          any and all bids, to continue the sale and to        (49.3) feet by the easterly line of said Day              Other terms, if any, to be announced at
with the Worcester County (Worcester District)      amend the terms of the sale by written or oral       Lane to an iron pin at land now or formerly of       the sale.
Registry of Deeds at Book 40455, Page 131 of        announcement made before or during the               Agnes M. Ryan;                                               COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.
which the Mortgage the undersigned is the           foreclosure sale. If the sale is set aside for any   THENCE with an included angle of 83° 32' by                         Present holder of said mortgage
present holder by assignment for breach of the      reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be enti-     land now or formerly of said Agnes Ryan for a
conditions of said Mortgage and for the pur-        tled only to a return of the deposit paid. The       distance of fifty-nine and sixteen hundredths                                  By its Attorneys,
pose of foreclosing same will be sold at Public     purchaser shall have no further recourse             (59.16) feet to an iron pin at land of Larry                        HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
Auction at 12:00 PM on May 7, 2009 at 3             against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the          Couture, now or formerly;                                                  150 California Street
Eddy Street, Worcester, MA, all and singular        Mortgagee’s attorney. The description of the         THENCE north with an included angle of 96°                                  Newton, MA 02458
the premises described in said Mortgage, to         premises contained in said mortgage shall            52' by land now or formerly of said Couture for                                 (617) 558-0500
wit:                                                control in the event of an error in the publica-     a distance of twenty-five and forty-five hun-                              200807-0449 - GRN
A certain parcel of land with the buildings         tion. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE.                   dredths (25.45) feet to an iron pin;                 April 10, 2009
thereon situated in the town of Webster,            Other terms if any, to be announced at the           THENCE with an exterior angle of 96° 37' by          April 17, 2009
County of Worcester, Massachusetts, on the          sale.                                                land now or formerly of said Couture for a dis-      April 24, 2009
easterly side of Eddy Street, bounded and           First Horizon Home Loans, a division of First        tance of three (3.0) feet to an iron pin;                NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF
described as follows:                               Tennessee Bank, National Assocation,                 THENCE with an included angle of 92° 02' by                          REAL ESTATE
Beginning at a stake at the southwest corner        Present Holder of said Mortgage, By Its              land now or formerly of said Couture for a dis-           By virtue and in execution of the Power of
of lot upon the easterly side of Eddy Street:       Attorneys, Orlans Moran PLLC, P.O. Box               tance of twenty-six and twenty-seven hun-            Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by
thence easterly 136 feet to a stake in the          962169, Boston, MA 02196, (617) 502-4100             dredths (26.27) feet to an iron pin at land now      Deanna J. Konieczny and Todd R. Manzi to
ground at land of one Henry Shay, now or for-       (238.0734/Opalinski)(04/10/09,          04/17/09,    or formerly of Arthur Andri, et ux;                  Stonebridge Mortgage Company LLC, dated
merly;                                              04/24/09)(147728)                                    THENCE with an included angle of 85° 12' by          September 8, 2004 and recorded with the
thence northerly 78 feet to a stake at land of      April 10, 2009                                       land now or formerly of said Andri for a             Worcester County (Worcester District)
one Prouty, now or formerly;                        April 17, 2009                                       distance of sixty and eighty-eight hundredths        Registry of Deeds at Book 34568, Page 304,
thence westerly 136 feet to a stake in the          April 24, 2009                                       (60.88) feet to the point of beginning.              of which mortgage Chase Home Finance LLC
ground on the easterly line of said Eddy               NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                          For mortgagors' title see deed recorded         is the present holder, for breach of the condi-
Street;                                                             REAL ESTATE                          with Worcester County (Worcester District)           tions of said mortgage and for the purpose of
thence southerly by said Eddy Street 78 feet to          By virtue and in execution of the Power of      Registry of Deeds in Book 35641, Page 13.            foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public
the point of beginning,                             Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by             These premises will be sold and con-            Auction at 3:00 p.m. on May 13, 2009, on the
Being Lot No. 71 on a plan of Lots of the           Bobbi L. Rudner and Matthew J. Poirier to            veyed subject to and with the benefit of all         mortgaged premises located at 12 Village
Dresser Land recorded in the Worcester              Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,            rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,      Street , Dudley, Worcester County,
District Registry of Deeds, book 1630, Page         Inc., dated May 31, 2005 and recorded with           covenants, liens or claims in the nature of          Massachusetts, all and singular the premises
653.                                                the Worcester County (Worcester District)            liens, improvements, public assessments, any         described in said mortgage,
Meaning and intending to describe the premis-       Registry of Deeds at Book 36492, Page 45, of         and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water   TO WIT:
es conveyed by deed dated February 5, 2006          which mortgage Countrywide Home Loans,               and sewer liens and any other municipal              A certain tract or parcel of land with the build-
and recorded in Book 38350 Page 373.                Inc. is the present holder, for breach of the        assessments or liens or existing encum-              ings thereon, situated in Dudley, Worcester
The premises are to be sold subject to and          conditions of said mortgage and for the pur-         brances of record which are in force and are         County, Massachusetts, on Village Street,
with the benefit of all easements, restrictions,    pose of foreclosing, the same will be sold at        applicable, having priority over said mortgage,      more particularly bounded and described as
building and zoning laws, unpaid taxes, tax         Public Auction at 12:00 p.m. on May 8, 2009,         whether or not reference to such restrictions,       follows:
titles, water bills, municipal liens and assess-    on the mortgaged premises located at 7 Day           easements, improvements, liens or encum-             BEGINNING at a point on Village Street at the
ments, rights of tenants and parties in posses-     Lane,      Webster,       Worcester       County,    brances is made in the deed.                         northeasterly corner of Lot #52 as shown on a
sion.                                               Massachusetts, all and singular the premises         TERMS OF SALE:                                       plan of land of Eugene V. Meagher and filed at
TERMS OF SALE:                                      described in said mortgage,                               A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)          the Worcester District Registry of Deeds;
A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS                  TO WIT:                                              Dollars by certified or bank check will be           THENCE running in a northeasterly direction
AND 00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a           The land situated on the easterly line of Day        required to be paid by the purchaser at the          117.1 feet;
certified check or bank treasurer's check will      Lane in the Town of Webster, County of               time and place of sale. The balance is to be         THENCE turning and running in a southeast-
be required to be delivered at or before the        Worcester, Commonwealth of Massachusetts,            paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law        erly direction 73.70 feet to other land now or
time the bid is offered. The successful bidder      bounded and described as follows:                    Offices, P.C., 150 California Street, Newton,        formerly of Eugene V. Meagher;
will be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale      BEGINNING at the southwesterly corner                Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box
                                                                                                                                                                                       Turn To LEGALS, page 8
Agreement immediately after the close of the        thereof at a stone bound on the easterly line of     610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts
8 • THE WEBSTER TIMES •                      Friday, April 24, 2009                                                                                                       

LEGALS                                               attorney should file a written appearance and
                                                     answer in said court at Boston on or before
                                                                                                          Association as Trustee is the present holder,
                                                                                                          for breach of the conditions of said mortgage
                                                                                                                                                               Avenue, Webster, MA 01570
                                                                                                                                                                      Together with all the improvements now or
continued from page   7
                                                     May 18, 2009 or you may be forever barred            and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same         hereafter erected on the property and all ease-
THENCE turning and running in a southwest-           from claiming that such foreclosure is invalid       will be sold at Public Auction at 4:00 p.m. on       ments, rights, appurtenances, rents, royalties,
erly direction 91.65 feet to a point;                under said act.                                      May 20, 2009, on the mortgaged premises              mineral, oil and gas rights and profits, water
THENCE turning and running in a westerly                   Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief               located at 29 Houghton Street , Webster,             rights and stock and all fixtures now or here-
direction 1.22 feet;                                 Justice of said Court on April 1, 2009.              Worcester County, Massachusetts, all and sin-        after a part of the property. All replacements
THENCE turning and running in a southwest-           Attest:                                              gular the premises described in said mort-           and additions shall also be covered by this
erly direction 15.0 feet;                                                 DEBORAH J. PATTERSON            gage,                                                sale.
THENCE turning and running in a northwest-                                               RECORDER         TO WIT:                                                     Terms of Sale: Said premises will be sold
erly direction 80.3 feet to the point of begin-                                    200811-0746 - YEL      Parcel 1                                             subject to any and all unpaid taxes and
ning.                                                April 24, 2009                                       The land in Webster, Worcester,County,               assessments, tax sales, tax titles and other
BEING part of Lot #12 on said Plan hereinbe-               Commonwealth of Massachusetts                  Massachusetts situated on Houghton Street            municipal liens and water or sewer liens and
fore referred to. All measurements are more or                         The Trial Court                    shown as Lot 14 on Plan of Land entitled ''Plan      State or County transfer fees, if any there are,
less.                                                            Probate and Family Court                 of Lots at Grant View Terrace, Webster, Mass.,       and         TEN     THOUSAND           DOLLARS
TOGETHER with the right to use other land of                     Docket No. WO09P1054EA                   Owned by Hall Realty Co, J. R. Kleindienst -         ($10,000.00) in cashier's or certified check will
said Eugene V. Meagher situated on Mill Street                       Worcester Division                   Surveyor, Scale: 1' = 40' which Plan is record-      be required to be paid by the purchaser at the
in said Dudley, from Mill Street to the granted             In the Estate of: Heather E. Johnson          ed at the Worcester District Registry of Deeds       time and place of the sale as a deposit and the
premises, over the established right of way.                  Late of: East Douglas, MA 01516             in Plan Book 47, Plan 69 to which Plan refer-        balance in cashier's or certified check will be
     For mortgagor's(s') title see deed record-                   Date of Death: 11/30/2005               ence is made or a more particular description.       due in thirty (30) days, at the offices of
ed with Worcester County (Worcester District)                    NOTICE OF PETITION FOR                   Being a portion of the premises conveyed to          Doonan, Graves & Longoria, LLC, 100
Registry of Deeds in Book 34568, Page 302.                          PROBATE OF WILL                       New England Asset, LLC by deed of The                Cummings Center, Suite 225D, Beverly, MA
     These premises will be sold and con-                To all persons interested in the above cap-      Cassidy Group, lnc. dated October 31, 2003           01915, time being of the essence.
veyed subject to and with the benefit of all         tioned estate, a petition has been presented         and recorded with the Worcester District                    The Mortgagee reserves the right to post-
rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,      requesting that a document purporting to be          Registry of Deeds in Book 32117, Page 57.            pone the sale to a later date by public procla-
covenants, liens or claims in the nature of          the last will of said decedent be proved and         Parcel 2                                             mation at the time and date appointed for the
liens, improvements, public assessments, any         allowed, and that Dale E. Campbell of Fall           The land in Webster, Worcester County,               sale and to further postpone at any adjourned
and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water   River, MA be appointed executor/trix, named          Massachusetts, situated on Grandview                 sale-date by public proclamation at the time
and sewer liens and any other municipal              in the will to serve Without Surety.                 Avenue, shown as Lot 24 on a Plan entitled           and date appointed for the adjourned sale
assessments or liens or existing encum-                  IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT THERETO,                 ''Plan of Lots at Grand View Terrace, Webster,       date.
brances of record which are in force and are         YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY MUST FILE A                     Mass., owned by Hall Realty Co. J. R.                       The premises is to be sold subject to and
applicable, having priority over said mortgage,      WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COURT                     Kleindienst -Surveyor, Scale 1' = 40'' dated         with the benefit of all easements, restrictions,
whether or not reference to such restrictions,       AT WORCESTER ON OR BEFORE TEN                        April 19, 1925 recorded with Worcester               leases, tenancies, and rights of possession,
easements, improvements, liens or encum-             O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING (10:00 AM) ON                 County District Registry of Deeds in Plan            building and zoning laws, encumbrances, con-
brances is made in the deed.                         MAY 12, 2009.                                        Book 47, Plan 69 to which plan reference may         dominium liens, if any and all other claim in the
TERMS OF SALE:                                           In addition, you must file a written affidavit   be made for. a more particular description of        nature of liens, if any there be.
     A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)          of objections to the petition, stating specific      said lots.                                                  In the event that the successful bidder at
Dollars by certified or bank check will be           facts and grounds upon which the objection is              For mortgagor's(s') title see deed record-     the foreclosure sale shall default in purchasing
required to be paid by the purchaser at the          based, within thirty (30) days after the return      ed with Worcester County (Worcester District)        the within described property according to the
time and place of sale. The balance is to be         day (or such other time as the court, on motion      Registry of Deeds in Book 39376, Page 179.           terms of this Notice of Sale and/or the terms of
paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law        with notice to the petitioner, may allow) in               These premises will be sold and con-           the Memorandum of Sale executed at the time
Offices, P.C., 150 California Street, Newton,        accordance with Probate Rule 16.                     veyed subject to and with the benefit of all         of foreclosure, the Mortgagee reserves the
Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box              WITNESS, Hon. Denise L. Meagher, First           rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements,      right to sell the property by foreclosure deed to
610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts              Justice of this Court.                               covenants, liens or claims in the nature of          the second highest bidder, providing that said
02461-0389, within thirty (30) days from the         Date: April 15, 2009.                                liens, improvements, public assessments, any         second highest bidder shall deposit with the
date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchas-                                  Stephen G. Abraham       and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water   Mortgagee's attorneys, DOONAN, GRAVES,
er for recording upon receipt in full of the pur-                                  Register of Probate    and sewer liens and any other municipal              & LONGORIA L.L.C., 100 Cummings Center,
chase price. The description of the premises         April 21, 2009                                       assessments or liens or existing encum-              Suite 225D, Beverly, Massachusetts, 01915,
contained in said mortgage shall control in the                 THE COMMONWEALTH OF                       brances of record which are in force and are         the amount of the required deposit as set forth
event of an error in this publication.                               MASSACHUSETTS                        applicable, having priority over said mortgage,      herein within three (3) business days after writ-
     Other terms, if any, to be announced at                            LAND COURT                        whether or not reference to such restrictions,       ten notice of the default of the previous highest
the sale.                                                DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                    easements, improvements, liens or encum-             bidder and title shall be conveyed to the said
                 CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC              (SEAL)          Case No. 389340                      brances is made in the deed.                         second highest bidder within thirty (30) days of
               Present holder of said mortgage       To:                                                  TERMS OF SALE:                                       said written notice.
                                                     Frank E. Leake                                             A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00 )               If the second highest bidder declines to
                           By its Attorneys,         and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the    Dollars by certified or bank check will be           purchase the within described property, the
                HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.             Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.                     required to be paid by the purchaser at the          Mortgagee reserves the right to purchase the
                       150 California Street         Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP                 time and place of sale. The balance is to be         within described property at the amount bid by
                        Newton, MA 02458             claiming to be the holder of a Mortgage cover-       paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law        the second highest bidder.
                            (617) 558-0500           ing real property in Oxford, numbered 56             Offices, P.C., 150 California Street, Newton,               The foreclosure deed and the considera-
                       200801-2071 - RED             Howarth Road given by Frank E. Leake to              Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box          tion paid by the successful bidder shall be held
April 17, 2009                                       Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,            610389, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts              in escrow by DOONAN, GRAVES, & LONGO-
April 24, 2009                                       Inc., dated September 15, 2007, and recorded         02461-0389, within thirty (30) days from the         RIA L.L.C., (hereinafter called the "Escrow
May 1, 2009                                          with the Worcester County (Worcester District)       date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchas-      Agent") until the deed shall be released from
             COMMONWEALTH OF                         Registry of Deeds at Book 41833, Page 117            er for recording upon receipt in full of the pur-    escrow to the successful bidder at the same
              MASSACHUSETTS                          and now held by the plaintiff by assignment          chase price. The description of the premises         time as the consideration is released to the
                 LAND COURT                          has filed with said court a complaint for author-    contained in said mortgage shall control in the      Mortgagee, thirty (30) days after the date of
    DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                    ity to foreclose said mortgage in the manner         event of an error in this publication.               sale, whereupon all obligations of the Escrow
(Seal) Case No.: 08 MISC 388656                      following: by entry and possession and exer-               Other terms, if any, to be announced at        Agent shall be deemed to have been properly
To:                                                  cise of power of sale.                               the sale.                                            fulfilled and the Escrow Agent shall be dis-
Peter M. Derry a/k/a Peter M. Derry, III and               If you are entitled to the benefits of the          U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS               charged.
Gayle M. Derry                                       Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as amended                                                   TRUSTEE             Be advised that the mortgage being fore-
and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the    and you object to such foreclosure you or your                      Present holder of said mortgage       closed is a second mortgage and that the pay-
Servicemembers           Civil    Relief     Act.    attorney should file a written appearance and                                                             off of the first mortgage shall be announced at
CitiMortgage, Inc. claiming to be the holder of      answer in said court at Boston on or before                                    By its Attorneys,          the auction.
Mortgage covering real property in Webster           MAY 25 2009 or you may be forever barred                            HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.                     Other terms to be announced at the sale.
numbered 92 Lower Gore Road given by Peter           from claiming that such foreclosure is invalid                             150 California Street          Dated: April 13, 2009, Deutsche Bank National
M. Derry a/k/a Peter M. Derry, III and Gayle M.      under said act.                                                             Newton, MA 02458              Trust Company as Trustee, By: Reneau
Derry to Mortgage Electronic Registration                  Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief                                          (617) 558-0500            Longoria. Esq., DOONAN, GRAVES, & LON-
Systems, Inc. as nominee for MetroBoston             Justice of said Court on APR 07 2009.                                       200803-0893 - YEL             GORIA LLC, 100 Cummings Center, Suite
Mortgage Co., Inc. dated December 9, 2004,           Attest:                                              April 24, 2009                                       225D, Beverly, MA 01915, 978-921-2670,
and recorded with the Worcester County                                    DEBORAH J. PATTERSON            May 1, 2009                                
(Worcester District) Registry of Deeds at Book                                           RECORDER         May 8, 2009                                          (2333.94/Galligan)(04/24/09, 05/01/09,
35299, Page 177, and now held by Plaintiff by                                        200811-1295-BLU          NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                    05/08/09)(149522)
assignment have filed with said court a com-         April 24, 2009                                                        REAL ESTATE                         April 24, 2009
plaint for authority to foreclose said mortgage                    COMMONWEALTH OF                             By virtue and in execution of the Power of      May 1, 2009
in the manner following: by entry and posses-                        MASSACHUSETTS                        Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by        May 8, 2009
sion and exercise of power of sale. If you are                          LAND COURT                        Jennifer Galligan to Mortgage Electronic                           COMMONWEALTH OF
entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers           DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                    Registration Systems, Inc. as a nominee for                          MASSACHUSETTS
Civil Relief Act and you object to such foreclo-     (Seal) Case No.: 08 MISC 389258                      Decision One Mortgage Company, LLC dated                               LAND COURT
sure you or your attorney should file a written      To:                                                  November 16, 2005, recorded with the                     DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT
appearance and answer in said court at               Robert M. Muzzioli and Robyn L. McCauley             Worcester County (Worcester District) in Book        (Seal)         Case No. 3888171
Boston on or before the 18th day of May 2009         and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the    38010, Page 211 of which mortgage the                To
or you may be forever barred from claiming           Servicemembers            Civil    Relief     Act.   undersigned is the present holder for breach of      David J. Judson a/k/a David T. Judson a/k/a
that such foreclosure is invalid under said act.     CitiMortgage, Inc. claiming to be the holder of      conditions of said mortgage and for the pur-         David T. Judson, Jr., and Lori E. Shultz
      Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER Chief                Mortgage covering real property in Webster           pose of foreclosing the same will be sold at         Judson
Justice of said Court this 31st day of March         numbered 20 Hall Road given by Robert M.             PUBLIC AUCTION at 11:00 AM on May 19,                and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the
2009.                                                Muzzioli and Robyn L. McCauley to Mortgage           2009, on the mortgaged premises. The entire          Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Deutsche
Attest:                                              Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as             mortgaged premises, all and singular, the            Bank National Trust Company as Trustee
                            Deborah J. Patterson     Nominee for CitiMortgage, Inc. dated January         premises as described in said mortgage:              under Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated
                                       Recorder      25, 2007, and recorded with the Worcester                 The following described real property situ-     as of June 1, 2007 Securitized Asset Backed
           (237.0365/Derry)(04/24/09)(149821)        County (Southern District) Registry of Deeds         ate in the City of Webster, County of                Receivables LLC Trust 2007-BR5 Mortgage
April 24, 2009                                       at Book 40592 Page 284, and now held by              Worcester,       and     Commonwealth         of     Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-BR5
          THE COMMONWEALTH OF                        Plaintiff by assignment have filed with said         Massachusetts, to wit: Being a certain parcel        claiming to be the holder of a mortgage cover-
              MASSACHUSETTS                          court a complaint for authority to foreclose said    of land with the buildings thereon, and being        ing real property in North Oxford numbered 17
                 LAND COURT                          mortgage in the manner following: by entry           situated on the Easterly side of Fifth Avenue;       Maple Avenue given by David J. Judson a/k/a
    DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT                    and possession and exercise of power of sale.        Thence Westerly by Fifth Avenue about sixty-         David T. Judson a/k/a David T. Judson, Jr., and
(SEAL)        Case No. 388813                        If you are entitled to the benefits of the           six (66) feet; Thence Southerly by land now or       Lori E. Shultz Judson to Mortgage Electronic
To:                                                  Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and you              formerly of Patrick Carney one hundred and           Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for New
Christina M. Iwanski                                 object to such foreclosure you or your attorney      sixty-five and one-half (165 1/2) feet; Thence       Century Mortgage Corporation, dated October
and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the    should file a written appearance and answer in       Easterly ninety (90) feet; Thence Northerly          31, 2006, and recorded in the Worcester
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.                     said court at Boston on or before the 18th day       about one hundred and sixty-five (165) feet,         County (Worcester District) County Registry of
US Bank National Association, as Trustee for         of May 2009 or you may be forever barred from        more or less; Being Lot #2 on plan of property       Deeds in Book 40084, Page 118, and now
the Structured Asset Securities Corporation          claiming that such foreclosure is invalid under      owned by Telesphore Leboeuf dated October            held by Plaintiff by assignment. Has/have filed
Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, 2006-            said act.                                            11, 1945 J.R. Kleindienst, C.E. recorded, Plan       with said court a complaint for authority to fore-
EQ1 claiming to be the holder of a Mortgage                Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER Chief                Book 136 Plan 110. Excepting however from            close said mortgage in the manner following:
covering real property in Webster, numbered          Justice of said Court this 3rd day of April 2009.    above described grant that certain tract or par-     by entry and possession of and exercise of
20 Stefaniak Avenue, Unit No. 20-6, Webster          Attest:                                              cel of land with buildings thereon conveyed to       power of sale. If you are entitled to the benefits
Common Condominium given by Christina M.                                         Deborah J. Patterson     Telesphore Leboeuf to Jerome H. Leboeuf et           of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and
Iwanski a/k/a Christina Iwanski to Mortgage                                                  Recorder     ux by deed dated October 16, 1945 and                you object to such foreclosure you or your
Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., dated                   (237.0369/Muzzioli)(04/24/09)(149524)      recorded in Book 2972, Page 451 of                   attorney should file a written appearance and
January 12, 2006, and recorded with the              April 24, 2009                                       Worcester District Registry of Deeds.                answer in said court at Boston on or before the
Worcester County (Worcester District)                    NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF                         Subject to and with the benefit of ease-        18th day of May 2009 or you may be forever
Registry of Deeds at Book 38202, Page 203                               REAL ESTATE                       ments, reservation, restrictions, and taking of      barred from claiming that such foreclosure is
and now held by the plaintiff by assignment                By virtue and in execution of the Power of     record, if any, insofar as the same are now in       invalid under said act.
has filed with said court a complaint for author-    Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by        force and applicable.                                    Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER, Chief
ity to foreclose said mortgage in the manner         Debra A. Frappier and Roger Frappier to                   In the event of any typographical error set     Justice of said Court this 30th day of March
following: by entry and possession and exer-         Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems,            forth herein in the legal description of the         2009.
cise of power of sale.                               Inc., dated July 14, 2006 and recorded with          premises, the description as set forth and con-      Attest:                      Deborah J. Patterson
      If you are entitled to the benefits of the     the Worcester County (Worcester District)            tained in the mortgage shall control by refer-                                               Recorder
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as amended           Registry of Deeds at Book 39376, Page 181,           ence.                                                          (2332.39F2/Judson)(04/24/09)(149841)
and you object to such foreclosure you or your       of which mortgage U.S. Bank National                      This property has the address of 7 Fifth        April 24, 2009                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Friday, April 24, 2009                            • THE WEBSTER TIMES • 9

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                                                                                                                                                   Bdrm)! 20x20 Fam Rm! All Hrdwds &                                                                Spacious Liv Rm! Formal Din Rm!            Furnace! Replacement Windows!                w/Hrdwds! Yr Rd Sunroom
Bamboo Hrdwd Flrs! 4/5 Bdrms! 3.5 Baths!      Sep Shower! 2.5 Baths! Game Rm! Sec Tile Baths! Fully Finished Lower Level!                                                                      Master! 2 Full Baths - 1 w/Whirlpool Tub!          3Bdrms! Master w/Walk-in Closet! LL                                                        w/Cathedrals! Full Bath!
                                              Sys! 2X6! 30x40 Deck w/Hot Tub! 30'AG                                                                 Tile Flooring! C/Air! 2Car Garage!             Priced Below Assessed Value!                                                                  Detached Garage W/Attached
 5 Z LP Gas Heat! Finished Lower Level!                                              Fenced Yard! Walk to Lakeside Beach!                               3/4Acre! 2x6Construction!                                                                 Fam Rm! Recessed Lighting! 6 Panel                  Screened Porch!                       17,108' Lot! Nearby Beach!
                                               Pool!! 2 C Garage! 1Acre! Cul-de-sac!                                                                                                                       $189,200.00
        Garages! $449,900.00                              $339,900.00                          $249,900.00                                                   $349,900.00                                                                           Drs! Walk to Lake! $269,900.00                      $189,900.00                               $179,900.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OPEN HOUSE
   ON DEPOSIT                                                                                                                                                                                   ON DEPOSIT                                                  SUN 4/26 • 12-2                        ON DEPOSIT                            NEW LISTING
    WEBSTER – 4 Kenneth Ave!                  WEBSTER – 54 Lake Parkway!                       DUDLEY – 327 Mason Rd! 6Rm Split!                   DUDLEY – 3 Lyons Road! 5 Rm                WEBSTER – 49 Lake Parkway!                          WEBSTER – 121 Thompson Road!                DUDLEY – 16 Dave’s Way! 6Rm 4 Bdrm DUDLEY – 56 Eagle Drive! 10 Rm 4 Yr
      Brand New 6Rm Colonial!                “2006” 5Rm Split!! Open Flr Plan!                  Open Flr Plan! Frplcd Liv Rm! Lower                Renovated Ranch! New Kit w/SS              Super Convenient! Huge 60’ 7Rm                       Custom 2004! "L" Shaped Colonial!           Cape! 1.26 Acre Lot! Country Kitchen    Yg Colonial! Upgrades Galore! Super
  Quiet Cul-de-Sac! 3Bdrms - Master                                                            Level Frplcd Fam Rm! 3 Bdrms! Large             Appliances! Granite! New Bathrm! New:         Ranch! Cabinet Packed Kit! Frplcd                    Ideal Place to Live and Work From!           w/Oak Cabinets! Frplcd Liv Rm! 3 Full    Custom Kit! Stone Counters! Jenn
                                              Applianced! 2 Bdrms! Potential                                                                  Lights/Ceiling Fans, Int/Ext Paint, Windows
   w/Master Bath! 2.5 Baths Total!                                                             Deck! Newer Roof, Windows, Driveway,                                                             LivRm! Family Rm! 3Bdrms                         7 Rms! Super Kit! 3 Bdrms! 1.5 Baths!           Baths! Deck and Covered Patio for    Aire! Maple Cabinets! Tile/Hardwoods!
  Deck!Oil Heat! Town Services! And         Lower Level Fam Rm! 2x6 Construct                                                                 & Trim, Ext Doors, Garage Door w/Opener!                                                                                                         Entertaining! Partially Finished Lower  24x24 Great Rm w/Gas Fireplace! 3/4
                                                                                               & Furnace! Take Advantage of the 2009                                                         w/Hardwood Floors! Tile Bath! Half                   Walk-out Lower Level! C/Air! Porch!
     More! All ready to move in!            w/Steel I Beam! Fenced Back Yard!                                                                   Hrdwd Flrs in Frplcd Liv Rm & Bdrms!        Acre Corner Lot! Interior Cosmetics                     Patio! Deck! Turn-around Drive!             Level w/Fam Rm & Full Bath! In-Law     Bdrms! Office! 2.5 Bathrms! Finished
           $249,900.00                          Town Services! Convenient!                     First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Now!           Newer Boiler & Water Heater! Level Yard!        Needed! Garage! $189,900.00                                Walk to Webster Lake!                      Potential! Motivated Seller!            Basement! Sprinkler! Pool!
                                                      $169,900.00                                          $224,900.00                              Town Services! $179,900.00                                                                              $284,900.00                                   $249,900.00                            $379,900.00

                                                                                                        NEW PRICE                                                                                                                                      ON DEPOSIT                                 NEW LISTING
 DUDLEY – 14 Edward Rd! 8+ Rm               THOMPSON – 13.3 Acres! 32 Emil Dr!           THOMPSON – 12 Rachel Dr!                                                                                  DUDLEY – 26 West Main St!                      WEBSTER – 367 Thompson Rd! 8Rm                  WEBSTER – 28 Skyview Lane!           SOUTHBRIDGE – 452 High Street!
                                                                                                                                               WEBSTER – 32 Main Street! Retail &                                                                                                                                                       Updated 8 Rm 29x53' Georgian Split!
 Colonial! 1/2 Acre Corner Lot! Fully      9Rm Cape! Granite Counters & Floor! Liv Updated 7 Rm Ranch! Cabinet Packed                          Office Spaces! 2 Units! Front Building –        Ideal Professional Building! Parking to              Cape! Applianced Kit w/Wood Flr!            6 Rm Raised Ranch! Quick Highway
Applianced! Din Rm w/Chair Rail! Fam       Rm w/Cathedrals, Stone Frplc & Slate Flr! Kit! Din Area w/Sliders to Mahogany                                                                         the Rear! Suitable for a Number of                  DinRm w/Hrdwds! Frplcd LivRm!                                                     Area of Fine Homes! Maple Cabinets!
                                                                                                                                               Retail 1696’ 1st Fl, 459’ 2nd Floor! Rear                                                                                                      Access! Dead End Street! Living Room     Applianced! French Drs to Deck! Frml
 Rm! 1st Flr Laundry! 15x15' Master        Loft Fam Rm! 3 Bdrms! Office! 2.5 Granite       Deck! 3 Bdrms! Wood Trim                             Building – 600’ Office Space! Multiple            Opportunities! Updated Colonial!                 4Bdrms! 2Baths! Super LL FamRm -            and 3 Bedrooms w/Hardwood Floors!
                                                                                      Throughout! Replacement Windows!                                                                                   High Traffic Count!                        Walk-out to 16x24 Deck! 3Z Oil! 1/2                                                Din Rm! Huge Liv Rm! Spacious Entry
Bdrm w/Full Bath! 2.5 Baths Total! 3/4       Baths! Frplcd Master Suite w/Custom                                                                 Uses! Investment, Business Use or                                                                                                            Lower Level Family Rm - Possible 4th        Foyer! 4 Bdrms! Mstr Bath! 2.5
  Bdrms! 2 Car Garage w/Openers!              Granite Bathrm & Walk-in Clst! Air!    Partially Finished Lower Level w/Brick                      Both! Off Street Parking! 9312’ Lot!                    Excellent Visibility!                          Acre! Below Assessment!
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $189,900.00                                        $239,900.00                           Bedroom! Newer Windows!                Remodeled Baths! Finished L L
       Neighborhood Setting!                  Oil/Wood Heat! 36x50 Framed Barn!               Hearth! Shed! Garage!                                        $209,900.00                                                                                                                                                                 w/Fireplaced Fam Rm! 2 Car Gar! Half
           $279,900.00                                  $469,900.00                               $179,900.00                                                                                                                                                                                            $189,900.00                     Acre Corner Lot! $244,900.00

                                                                                                                                                    ON DEPOSIT                                    NEW PRICE                                        NEW LISTING                                    ON DEPOSIT
 WEBSTER LAKE - Lake Access from            WEBSTER LAKE – 202 Treasure                         THOMPSON - Quaddick Lake! 100'                     SUTTON - RAMSHORN POND!                     WEBSTER LAKE – Long Island!                         OXFORD – 33 Old Worcester Rd!                  OXFORD – 26-1 Thayer Pond Dr!         DUDLEY – 109 W. Main St! Stately
 this Beautiful 8 Rm Contemp Colonial! Island! Townhouse! Move-in Condition! 6                   Waterfront! 5 Rm Ranch w/Southern               56 Griggs Road! Yr Rd Enjoyment or          Charming! Cozy! Rustic! A Little Piece             Convenient! Corner Lot! Freshly Painted 6          4Rm Condo! 816’ Garden Unit!          Brick Colonial! Multi Use! 13 Rms!
  9' Ceilings! Crowns! S.S. Applianced!    Rms, 2 Bdrms, Master Bath, 2.5 Baths                  Exp! Frplcd Liv Rm w/Lake Views! 3             Summer Lake Living! Panoramic Lake           of Heaven! You’ll Fall in Love and Not             Rm Ranch! 2 Bdrms w/Hrdwds! Kit Opens             Water View! Recently Remodeled!        Single Fam w/Inlay Apart / Super 2
    Cherry Cabs, Granite! Center Isl!     Total! Applianced! Din Rm w/Sliders to                                                                                                                 Want to Leave. New Bath, New                                                                      Applianced! Marble Tile Bath!       Family! Business Zoned! Live & Work
                                                                                               Season Lake Side Porch - Passive Solar!          Views! 64’ Waterfront! 2 Bdrm Ranch!                                                                to Din Rm & Liv Rm w/Hrdwd Flrs!                                                  From Here! Park Like Grounds! 6/7 Rms!
     Frplcd! Hrdwds! 20x26 Fam Rm!       Deck! Frplcd Fam Rm w/Sliders to Patio!                Applianced Kit w/Flagstone Flooring &              Like New! Applianced! Cathedral           Windows. Truly a Remarkable Getaway!                Bathroom w/New Floor! 3 Season Porch!             1 Bedroom! Central Air! Pool!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2/4 Bdrms! 2 Frplcd Liv Rms! 3 Baths!
 "Marble" Baths! Glass Sinks! 2.5 Baths! C/Air! Garage w/Storage! 2 BOAT SLIPS!                 Sliders to Porch! 3 Bedrooms - 2 Lake          Ceilings, Hardwoods! Summer’s Coming           Incredible Sunsets! $279,900.00                   Partially Finished Basement Walkout thru                 Move-in Condition!             Brand New Furnace! Check It Out!!!
        3 Bdrms! Gas Heat! C/Air!               Sandy Beach! Heated Pool!                        Facing! Tile Bath! Shed! New Septic!                 Plan Now! $359,900.00                     Buildable Waterfront Island Lot!                     Garage! Fenced Backyard! Shed!                        $119,900.00                            $369,900.00
             $599,900.00                              $274,900.00                                           $239,900.00                                                                                 $179,900.00                                           $189,900.00

                                                                                                                                                                                              NEW LISTING
 WEBSTE LAKE! Spectacular 10 Rm               WEBSTER LAKE – 1401 Treasure                         WEBSTER LAKE – 120' Waterfront!               WEBSTER LAKE - South Pond! Rare            WEBSTER LAKE! Middle Pond Southern                  WEBSTER LAKE – 810 Beacon Park!              WEBSTER LAKE – Middle Pond                 WEBSTER LAKE – South Pond! 80’
 w/Panoramic Views across South Pond!        Island! Custom End Unit! Marina/Lake                  9 Rm Brick Cape! Grand Views of South        Find! Almost New! Custom Quality 8Rms!        Exposure! Panoramic Lake Views! 112’                  Ideal Garden Unit w/Water Views!      Waterfront Lot! One of the Absolute Best        Waterfront! Perfect 8Rm Custom
  Sunsets! Great for all Water Sports!       Views! 6Rms! 1,874 Sq Ft! Appliances!                     Pond! Frplcd Liv Rm & Fam Rm!               All the Extra’s! Beautiful Sunrises!        Waterfront! Level 13,016’ Lot! Sandy            10 Beautiful Acres! Sandy Beach! Fantastic Shorelines on the Lake! Perfectly Level!     Colonial! Panoramic Views! Granite Kit!
  Master Bdrm Suite that you'll never       Custom Floor Plan! Hardwoods/ Marble/                   Lake Facing Mstr Bdrm! Main & Lower         Applianced! Granite! Fireplace! 4Bdrms!      Shoreline! 8 Rm Ranch! Applianced Kit!            Lakeside Pool! 1100’ of Yr Round Living or Sandy Beach! Western Exposure Across          Formal Dining! Frplcd Liv Rm! Master
 want to Leave! 3 Fireplaces! 3.5 Baths!      Limestone! 2 Bdrms - Master Bdrm -                                                               Lake Facing Master & Master Bath! 3Baths!    Frplcd Liv Rm w/Lake Views! 3 Lake Facing              as 2nd Home! Applianced! 5 Rms! 2        the Widest Expanse of the Lake with         Bdrm/Bath w/Lake Views! Family Rm!
                                                                                                   Level Kitchens! Beautifully Landscaped!                                                    Bdrms! Master Bath! 3 Skylights! 2 Car                                                                                                  3 Bdrms! 3.5 Baths! Hrdwds! Cathedrals!
      2 Car Garage! Professionally          Master Bath! 2.5 Baths! Frplcd Fam Rm!                                                             Office! Hrdwds & Ceramic! Air! Expand 3rd                                                        Bdrms! Master Bath! 2 Baths Total! CAir!        Sunsets to Die For! 10,183’!
                                                                                                      26X30' Garage! Roof 07! Siding 09!                                                                                                           Garage! And More! $214,900.00
     Landscaped! Mahogany Decks!                 Garage! CAir! Gas Heat! CVac!                                 $589,900.00                           Level! 2Car Garage! Irrigation!           Garage! Convenient Killdeer Island!                                                            Town Services! $325,000.00                            2 Car Garage!
    And Much More! $899,900.00                   2 BOAT SLIPS! $429,900.00                                                                                                                               $549,900.00                                                                                                                               $699,900.00

      NEW PRICE                                                                                         NEW PRICE                                   NEW LISTING
    WEBSTER LAKE - Exceptional                                                                                                                                                                          WEBSTER LAKE                               WEBSTER LAKE – Middle Pond!                 WEBSTER LAKE - Killdeer Island -        WEBSTER LAKE - Spectacular
                                           WEBSTER LAKE! 6 S. Point Rd!                              WEBSTER LAKE – Middle                       WEBSTER LAKE - South Pond – 105’
   Property! Spectacular Sunsets! 100' South Pond - Southern Exposure! 95'                                                                                                                        Middle Pond – Reid Smith Cove!                  22 Bates Point Rd! Western Exposure!          7 Rm Colonial w/Character & Charm!       Views Across Middle Pond! 85'
                                                                                                      Pond! Prime Southwestern                  Level Waterfront – Western Exposure =
 Waterfront! 5700'! 4 Fireplaces! Cherry Waterfront! Ideal Summer or Yr Round                      Exposure – Spectacular Sunsets!              Beautiful Sunsets! 10 Rm Contemp! Lake        Western Exposure – Beautiful Sunsets!                 Fantastic Sunsets! 8+ Room Cape!              Ideal 2nd Home or Enjoy Year Rd!    Waterfront! Huge 20,202' Lot! 11 Rms!
  Library! Granite Kitchen! Media Rm! Use! 9,823' Lot! Liv Rm w/Lake Views!                        80’ Waterfront! Level 31,005’Lot!           Views - Most Rooms! Fireplaced! Open Flr          7Rms! 3/4 Bedrooms! Cathedrals!                        2 Living Levels! 2 Kitchens!            Fireplaced! Hardwoods! 2/3 Bdrms! 2     3 Lake Facing Bdrms! 4/5 Bdrms!
 Black Pearl Foyer! Tray Ceilings! Master Open Flr Plan! 2 Bdrms! Full Walk-out                                                                                                                                                                      16x29’ Lake Facing Family Room!           Baths! Enjoy Nearby Indian Ranch! Ever
                                                                                                     7Rms! 2 Complete Kitchens!                 Plan! 4 Bdrms! Master Bath w/Jacuzzi! 2.5        1.5Baths! Garage! $459,900.00                    3/4 Bedrooms! Ideal Second Home or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Master Bath! 3.5 Baths! 2 Frplcs!
     Suite & Office Suite! Lake Level      Lower Level - Finish for More Rms!                       3Bdrms! 3 Baths! Sandy Beach!               Baths! Great for Entertaining & All Water      2 Additional Waterfront Lots – 8500’!                                                           Changing Water Views! $399,900.00 In-law Apartment! 2 - 1st Flr "Offices"!
   w/Kitchen &10x20 Resistance Pool!         Priced Below Assessed Value!                                      Garage!                                                                                                                            Year Round Use! Hardwoods! Carport!               Additional Adjacent Buildable
      Gardens! Security! And More!                   $398,900.00
                                                                                                                                                Sports! Slate Patio! 2 Car Gar! And More!              Each $229,900.00                                       $399,900.00                                                                       C/Air! And More!
                                                                                                           $649,900.00                                       $599,900.00                                                                                                                           Waterfront Lot! $209,900.00
            $1,499,000.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       $749,900.00

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  567 Southbridge Street, Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
                                                Auburn, MA 01501
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (508) 832-6888 • Fax: (508) 832-9054
                                                    Independently Owned
                                                        and Operated                              Jo-Ann    Gerry Mahaney Scott Kunkel Sandi Grzyb Tony Alfama Laurie Sullivan Sophie Diaz Sharon Liberty Ann Trotto                                                                                                              AUBURN: 6
HOME & LAND PARTNERS                                                                             Szymczak   774-239-6011 508-479-0139 774-230-3500 508-451-0471 508-525-6011 508-328-4921 508-864-7375 508-615-7890                                                                                                               room Cape, 3
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                                SPENCER - $299,900                                         DUDLEY - $275,000                                    WEBSTER LAKE - $549,900                                                  MONSON
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                                                                                                   135 SOUTHBRIDGE RD                                          324 KILLDEER ISLAND                                     27 HARRISON AVE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              needs some work. $179,900.
                      New construction, energy efficient, granite 1 acre, fireplace, finished lower level, 1100 Immaculate home, CT floor, breakfast bar, Updated kitchen, parquet floors, centrally
                      counters, hydrosil electric heat. Call Gerry sq ft, 2 baths. Call Jon Lacob 774-287-6756. HW floors, irrigation system, newer furnace located. Call Bob Connor 508-789-4886
                      Mahaney 774-239-6011
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                                                                                                                & roof. Call Sandi Grzyb 774-230-3500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       508-721-9781 OR 508-847-3194
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Barry Dworman                                                                                            1 JEZIERSKI RD
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                       165’ frontage on water, wooded lot, 1.5 Country setting, oak kitchen, stone fireplace, 4 BR, level lot, 2 baths, garage. Call Tony New roof, hot tub, 1.5 baths, family room,
                       baths, town services. $268,888. Call Jo- HW floors. Call Kim Haynes 508-889-5772 Alfama 508-451-0471                               inground pool. Call Sharon Liberty 508-
                       Ann Szymczak 508-943-7669.                                                                                                         864-7375

                                 AUBURN - $55,000                             WEBSTER - New England Commons                                                DUDLEY - $209,900                                     DUDLEY - $249,900
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                                      838 SOUTHBRIDGE ST                                                 BIGELOW RD                                            9 DUDLEY HILL RD                                     55 WEST MAIN STREET                                                                       call Owner/Agent Bernie (508) 341-2685 (cell).
                       Business location, .43 acres, junction Rte 12         Ready to pick your own cabinets & colors. Catherdral ceil-       3 BR, hardwoods, porch, new furnace. Call Great room w/parquet floor, central vac,
 Patricia Hughs        & 20. Call Barry Dworman 978-502-9169                 ing LR, eat in kitchen, 2 large BR, 2 BA w/ceramic floor,        Laurie Sullivan 508-525-6011              replacement windows, heated 3-stall garage.                                   Bob Connor
                                                                             1st floor laundry, CA. Call Sandi Grzyb 774-230-3500                                                       Call Jo-Ann Szymczak 508-943-7669
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                         508/769-3823                                      THOMPSON,CT - $339,900                 WEBSTER - $259,900                                               WOODSTOCK, CT - $149,900                              WEBSTER - $549,900                  WEBSTER - $169,900                THOMPSON, CT. - $214,900
                         508/365-3561                                        Custom Cape ctry setting.        Open floor plan Cape, new kitch
                                                                        Mahogany deck, full wall fieldstone w/island, 6-8 rms 3 br 2 full ba, FR,
                                                                                                                                                                                    Beautiful Townhouse with view,                   Killdeer Island Waterfront! 70ft  5 Yr young Split-entry, open fl plan, Lge Cape w/4rm apt 2nd flr. 3br,
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                                                                                                                                                                                   5rm 1.5ba, deck, all new cabinets,                sandy beach. 8rm 3br 2 full ba.      3br 3ba, sliders to deck, yard.
                                                                         frpl, 1st fl mstr ste, maple cabs, 2 coal stove, deck, lge level yard.                                                                                                                                                                   garages, country setting.
                                                                                                                                                                                         hdwds & tile floors.                       Cont Ranch, stone firpl LR, fin LL          Close to Rt 395.
                                                                                       plus acres                                                                                                                                                                                                            7 Walker Road off 197 Quinebaug
                                                                            73 LaPorte Road off Rt. 12               66 Cushing Road                                                449 Dugg Hill Road off Rt. 197                         284 Killdeer Road                21 Brown’s Brook Road
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                                                                            WEBSTER - $249,900                                        WEBSTER - $699,900                             THOMPSON,CT - $319,900                              WEBSTER - $189,900                                   WEBSTER - $249,900                         WEBSTER - $349,900
                                                                        Ranch w/rear apt, total 9 rms, 4br                          Waterfront! Your own 98 ft                       Beautiful 6rm 3br 2ba Cape,                     Clean 2-Family 5/4 rms, 2.5ba,                         Lge 2-Fam, 6/6, 3 br ea unit,           You’ll be impressed! Young 2-fam,
 To view these properties please visit                                 2.5ba, hdwd flrs, firepl, FHW heat,                        Peninsula. Waterview from every                      brick fireplace, garages,                   farmer’s prch, walk-out fin bsmt, 2-                     Pine flrs, cab kitch, frt prchs,            mstr bdrm w/private roof
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                                                        28 Slater Street
                                                                                                                                  room, 9-10 rms, 4 docks, more!
                                                                                                                                      131 Birch Island Road
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                                                                                             Brenda Ryan        Dot Aucoin           Melissa             Mary Jo               Spiro               Vivian         Debra              Debbie             Joan              Chad          Michelle                                                                                                              43 East Main St. • Webster, MA 01570        Broker Owner      Sales Associate
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                                                                                                    98 HAMILTON STREET, SOUTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 • 508-765-9155 • 1-800-784-0445 FAX: 508-765-2698
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                                                                                            level home. QUALITY throughout!
                                                                                                                                                                                rooms 4 bedrooms 1 1/2 baths. Full
                                                                                                                                                                                bath has new tub, vanity & com-                                             Custom built ranch in private country              RE                                                                                                           OP
                                                                                            1825 sf. Of living space, hard-                                                     mode. Large rooms. First floor fami-                                        setting. 3 BR 2 Bath. Vaulted ceilings
                                                                                            wood floors, fireplaced living                                                      lyroom or formal diningroom. Large                                          and gas fireplace. 2 car heated
                                                                                            room. 3 Bedrooms. 1 1/2 baths. 2                                                    laundry room/pantry on 1st floor. Nice                                      garage. Stainless steel appliances.
                                                                                            car garage. Lovely neighborhood.                                                    Nice yard with in-ground pool!                                              Great deck to enjoy cooking out!
                                                                                                                                                                                Walking distance to hospital, down-
                                                                                            Many updates. Call to view.                                                         town. $174,900. Not a short sale or                                         Move in just in time for summer!
                                                                                            $239,900.                                                                           foreclosure! Move in condition!                                             $289,900
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 90 Worcester Road Webster $269,900.                                                                         OPEN HOUSE SUN 4/26/09 1~3 PM
                                                                                            Holland: Move in condition ranch                                                    Charlton: COUNTRY CHARMER set                                               Southbridge: Tired of paying some-              Spacious 2,361 sf custom cape! Business zoned!                                                                    WEBSTER LAKE WATERFRONT OPPORTUNITY
                                                                                            with large 1/2 acre private, level                                                  on 2.68 acres! 6 rooms 3 bedrooms                                           one else’s mortgage! Own this spa-                                                                                                                                             AT A GREAT PRICE!
                                                                                                                                                                                1 1/2 baths. Spacious livingroom/                                                                                           Superb location for professional bldg or very fine                                                                        25 Colonial Road $435,000.
                                                                                            yard on quiet street. Large living                                                                                                                              cious 3 family with the major work
                                                                                                                                                                                dining room combo with new floor-                                                                                           personal residence!! Quality craftsmanship &                                                                 Contemporary Styled 3 BR Raised Ranch! Approx 7,868
                                                                                            room, hardwood floors, vinyl sid-                                                   ing! First floor master bedroom                                             already done! 6 rooms 3br each                                                                                                                               SF Lot, 50' Prime Water Frontage w/Sandy Beach Area!
                                                                                            ing and portable garage. Not a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            extraordinarily well maintained! 4 huge brs. 2 like
                                                                                                                                                                                with bath. Full walkin attic which                                          unit. Over 4000 sf of living space.             new ceramic full baths ~ 1 on ea level! Gleaming                                                             Great Swimming & Boating Location! Fabulous Western
                                                                                            foreclosure or a short sale, just a                                                 could convert to more living area!                                          Updated electrical, furnace, win-                                                                                                                            Exposure! Sliders to a Great Lake Facing Deck, Recent
                                                                                            good deal. $144,900                                                                 Garage. Circular drive. Level pas-                                                                                          hardwood floors throughout! Beautifully unique                                                               Roof, Cherry Cabinets, Granite Countertops, Hardwoods in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            dows and rubber room. 2 car
                                                                                                                                                                                ture land! $209,900                                                                                                         kitchen! 30x24 LL workshop!                                                                                  the Kitchen, Full Finished Lower Level Family Room
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            garage. $159,900
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         w/Wetbar, Walkout Access!


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12-2 4 Br, 1.5 BA Colonial, sunken
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Rates starting @ 1%
                                                          1.5 bath, 15’ LL, familyroom, Mint!
                                                          1 Wallace Ave. $164,500.
                                                                                                      Remodeled! Plumbing, heating & more!
                                                                                                      51 New Spencer Rd. $220,000.
                                                                                                                                                           Breezeway sunroom, patio & garage
                                                                                                                                                           36 Mason Rd. $169,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Frplcd fam. Rm, above ground pool.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          12 Fairfield Dr. $350,000.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Granite, gas fireplace, air, private deck
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         656 Worcester St. $198,900.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LR, Mast. BR w/loft and Jacuzzi tub
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5 Ellis Rd. $285,000.
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                                                          TOOMEY-LOVETT, INC.                             STOP RENTING! Uncle Sam’s $8,000 Stimulus. Low Rates...          SPENCER – WATERFRONT ranch on Lake                      NORTH BROOKFIELD – New contemporary                     WARREN – Great seven room starter                                                                             Your     Instructor:    “Mimi”        Michelle
                                                                                  Spring Price! 1200 sq ft ranch with garage. 2 full baths,
                                                                                                          cathedral ceiling living room with Gas fireplace. Custom         Whittemore, needs work but nice setting, fire-          split to be built, set on 1.5 acres, vaulted ceil-      home on side street near downtown.                                                                            Strzelewicz, RYT, owner/instructor of De-
                                                                                                          kitchen, granite counters, all appliances included, C/A          placed livingroom, detached two car garage.             ing in great room, large master with own bath,          Three season porch, nice details.
                                                                                                          Beautiful yard and area just minutes to major routes. NOW IS     New septic to be installed. Have a beautiful lake       two car garage, finish the lower level yourself         Detached garage. Level yard. $139,900                                                                         Stress with Yoga. For questions, please call
                                          CENTURY 21                                                      THE TIME TO BUY! Come take a look. You will be glad you
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                                                                                                          OAKHAM – Privately set mini-farm comes with free wild
                                      CENTURY 21 AGENT                                                    turkeys and deer. Twelve acres of woods and some open
                                                                                                                                                                           OAKHAM – LOG CABIN RANCH ON 21.93                       WEST BROOKFIELD – Huge ranch with two                                                                                                                                 the following events until the end of March:
                                                                                                          for potential corral. This four bedroom home is self suffi-                                                                                                                       WARE - New construction cape, close to
                                       from 2/1/09-6/30/09                                                cient for heat and hot water, you could almost heat for free.    ACRES… Bright and sunny open floor plan,                master suites, cathedral ceilings, enclosed              everything, three bedroom, two bath, 1762                                                                    • Family Open Gym Time — Saturdays, 1 to
                                        and be in drawing                                                 First floor master suite. Screen room, deck combo.               three bedrooms, two full baths, cathedral liv-          porch for bug free sitting on the warm                   sf, could be ready soon, town utilities, half
                                                                                                          Detached multi story barn could be future business site.
                                                                                                                                                                           ingroom with wood stove, private setting.               evenings, first floor laundry, fireplaced livin-         acre plus lot , near schools. Great price for                                                                2:30 p.m., $2 per person, $5 per family.
                                           for $21,000                                                    Tranquil setting is close to major routes and conveniences.
                                                                                                          $369,000                                                         $279,000                                                groom, two plus acres. $299,900                          new construction. $219,900                                                                                   • Teen Open Gym — 13 to 18-year-olds,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   WEST BROOK-                                                                                                                           Saturdays, 7 to 9 p.m., $5 per person.
                                                          270 Main St., Spencer                                                                                                                                                                                    FIELD – Come
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   view one of the                                                                                                                       • Men’s Over 30 Basketball — Thursdays,
                                                          (508) 885-3443                                                                                                                                                                                           nicest antiques in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   town.       Sellers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   have made many
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         6:30 to 8:30 p.m., $20 per person, per month.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         • ServSafe Certification Course — This pro-
                                                                  85 East Main St.,                                                                                                                                                                                updates to this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   colonial    home.                                                                                                                     gram incorporates the 2005 Food Code
                                                                  West Brookfield                         WEST BROOKFIELD – Two buildings for the price                    WARREN – Three bedroom colonial near down-                                              Wonderful brick
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   patio area off back
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           EAST BROOKFIELD - Young three bedroom. 2.5                                                                    updates and streamlined training tools for
                                                                                                          of one. Live in the nice three bedroom ranch and                 town. Recently freshened up on the inside, eat in                                                               bath colonial which abuts the Seven Mile River.
                                                          (508) 867-7064                                  rent out or use the other for business venture.
                                                                                                          Many potential uses and tax deductions galore.
                                                                                                                                                                           kitchen which opens to dining room with original
                                                                                                                                                                           tin ceiling, first floor laundry, garage under.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    with fireplace. Home has two pellet stoves to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    reduce heating costs, granite counters in kitchen,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    huge master bedroom and fenced yard.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Kayak in your back yard. 2+ acres, open floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           plan, hardwoods, lots of natural light. Great com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ease of application in food safety training
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and sanitation. It provides a comprehensive
                                           Each office independently owned                                Great location, lots of off street parking, nice level           Generous level back yard. Near park. $129,900
                                                     and operated                                         lot and visibility. $259,000                                                                                                                                                     muter location but private. $284,900                                                                          training covering all aspects on food safety
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         including purchasing, receiving, storing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and cooking, cooling and re-heating safe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         EXIT HOMETOWN PROPERTIES                                                                                                                                        food. Additional topics covered will be tem-
                                                                                                        Don Malo                                                                                                                                  21 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PUTNAM, CT 06260                                                                                                                 peratures, chemicals, pest management, cri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (860) 450-2397 • Lic. in CT, MA, RI & FL                                                                                                                         sis management and response, equipment,
                                                          Key Realty                                  508-243-3793                                                                                                                              VISIT MY WEB SITE:
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Joyce Duff-Broker                                                          regulations. In Massachusetts, this pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             D                                                                                                                                                                           gram is a requirement for one to obtain a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TE                                                                                                                                                                            food permit for continuous operation of a
                                                                                                        OPEN HOUSE                                                                                                    IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  STL                                                                                                                                                                                    food establishment. Upon successful com-
                                                                                                        SUNDAY 4/26                                                                                            JU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pletion you will receive food safety certifica-
                                                                                                          1PM-3PM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tion that is good for five years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Cost: $165 (book not included, but will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         loaned to you), $125 recertification (must
                                                                                                    TREASURE ISLAND RD.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  attend afternoon and take exam).
                                                                              “WEBSTER LAKE CONDO”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Two dates offered: Monday, March 23, 8:30
                                                          2 boat slips in private marina. 2 bed, 2.5 baths, deck and patio,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              a.m. to 4:30 p.m., minimum of eight;
                                                              attached garage, near beach and marina, new carpets.                                                                                                                SECLUSION IN WOODSTOCK ON ALMOST 25 ACRES                                                                                                                              Monday, April 20, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
                                                             REDUCED $291,500. Don Malo 508-243-3793 ERA KEY                                                                                                   If you are looking for SECLUSION, here it is!! A 1344 sq ft home on 24.5 Acres with pond,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         required to hold class. Call to register,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Oxford Community Center,
                                                                                                                                                                                                               views, & sunsets. This Ranch-Style has an open floorplan and spacious enclosed porch
                                                     Land: Buildable lot for single family or 2 family, town water, town sewer, below                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    4 Maple Rd., Oxford, MA 01540. Phone: 508-
                                                                                     assessed. $49,000                                                                                                         for relaxing. The finished Family Room is at walkout level. Great property for the hunter, a
                                                                                                                                                                                                               vacation get-a-way, a nature lovers paradise. Call for details. Priced to SELL at $265,000.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Belanger, Nordstrom present findings at Research Showcase
                                                                                      FOR SALE BY OWNER
                                                                                                                                   LEICESTER – Water rights, 6 room                                                                                            WORCESTER — With more than 30 presen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tations at the 2009 Colleges of the Worcester
                                                                                                                                   spacious contemporary with fire-                                                                                         Consortium (COWC) Research Showcase
                                                                                                                                   place, cathedral ceilings, wall A/C on                                                                                              ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday March 26, the Nichols team, senior
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and Webster resident Jessica Belanger and
                                                                                                                                   both floors and wrap around deck.                                                                                        Economics Program Chair Dr. Louise
                                                                                                                                   Full basement, driveway for 6 cars,                                                                                      Nordstrom, presented findings on American
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            aging from an economic perspective.
                                                                                                                                   move in condition........$230,000.00                                                                                        Their research, “The Economics of an
                                                                                                                                           Owner 508-892-3776                                                                                               Aging Society: Public Policy Decisions,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            focused on healthcare, social security and
                                                                                                                                            PRINCIPALS ONLY!                                                                                                workforce issues.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               “It’s always exciting to see faculty and stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            dents collaborating, using their research and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            analytical skills to address important issues,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Courtesy photo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            said Dr. Alan Reinhardt, vice president for

                                                           LET US
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            academic affairs and dean. “And, as in all pub-                                                                                              Professor Louise Nordstrom and Nichols senior
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            lic policy issues, economics has to be a signifi-                                                                                            Jessica Belanger.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            cant part of the discussion.”                                                                                                                benefits must be examined.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               “The Research Showcase was a great oppor-                                                                                                   “The Economics of an Aging Society” pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tunity for Jessica and I to meet, compare                                                                                                    poses that public policy must support health-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ideas, and get feedback from faculty and stu-                                                                                                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         care reform, social security solvency budget-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            dents of the other 13 Consortium colleges,”                                                                                                  ary discipline, and incentives for people to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            said Dr. Nordstrom. “As America ages, eco-                                                                                                   work longer. Belanger, who will graduate with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            nomic and public policy decisions must                                                                                                       a double concentration in Economics and
                                                               Do Your Home Work!                                                                                                                                                                           accompany the demographic changes.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Since older people consume three to four
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Finance for her bachelor’s in business admin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         istration this May completed the research this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            times as much healthcare as younger people,                                                                                                  semester as part of an independent study on
                                                                              Looking to sell your home,                                                                                                                                                    as the population ages, the demand for health                                                                                                healthcare economics with Professor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            capital increases. As more resources are                                                                                                     Nordstrom. She is currently working part-
                                                                               let us do the work for you.                                                                                                                                                  devoted to health care, there is an increase                                                                                                 time on her Nichols M.B.A. and at Commerce
                                                                              Your ad will be seen in over                                                                                                                                                  cost of government programs such as                                                                                                          Insurance in Webster in the Claims
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Medicare and Medicaid.                                                                                                                       Department.
                                                                                    60,000 households                                                                                                                                                                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Additionally there is pressure to reform the                                                                                                “I jumped at the opportunity to do this
                                                                                  throughout Southern                                                                                                                                                       social security system as increasing numbers                                                                                                 advanced research,” said Belanger, “and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            of people receive social security benefits, and                                                                                              greatly appreciated Dr. Nordstrom’s sage
                                                                                    Worcester County.                                                                                                                                                                                 ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            fewer contribute. Finally while an aging work-                                                                                               direction, as well as the one-on-one feedback
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            force brings the benefits of talent and experi-                                                                                              and consultation she gave me on findings and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ence, the impact on productivity and pension                                                                                                 recommendations.”                                                                                                                               Friday, April 24, 2009       • THE WEBSTER TIMES • 11

                          Webster Lions Club donates to local charities

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                                                                                                     Janet Schefler of the Webster-Dudley United Way, Ed and Joan Wentland of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Kathy
     Lion Larry Leboeuf relates to Boys and Girls Club Director Tony Poti what was involved in       Diamond of the Webster–Dudley Food Share, and Tony Poti of the Webster-Dudley Boys and Girls Club thankful-
     the Webster Lions raising funds for other charitable organizations.                             ly accept donations from the Webster Lions Club to help them sustain all the good work that they do in our own

   United Way director Janet Schefler and Lion Lolly Walkowiak talk about the Webster Lions
   Club’s upcoming Wine and Beer Tasting to be held at Lic’s Restaurant Saturday, April 18, from
   6 to 9 p.m. Samplings of a variety of wines and beers, along with appetizers provided by Lic’s,
   are included in the $20 donation to the event. Tickets are available at the door and for any-
   one who is of the legal drinking age in Massachusetts.                                            Webster Lions Cheryl Blain and Gayle Salisbury flank Food Pantry co-director Kathy Diamond after a meal served
                                                                                                     by the staff at Lic’s Restaurant. 100 percent of all money raised by the Webster Lions Club goes to charity; admin-
                                                                                                     istrative costs and meals are paid for by the Lions Club members themselves.

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                                  SATURDAY, APRIL 25                                                              WEBSTER — Kathleen A. Rekowski and
SPENCER:                                                                                                          Joel R. Manzi were married Feb. 14, at St.
                                                                                                                  Joseph Basilica in Webster.
Candlewood Drive       SF    11:00-2:00       $229,000       Century 21 Toomey Lovett Inc 508-885-3443
                                                                                                                  Kathleen is the daughter of Rose and the
WEBSTER:                                                                                                          late Warren Rekowski of Webster. She is a
Bigelow Rd             SF     1:00-4:00                      Weichert Realtor/Sandi Grzb 774-230-3500             graduate of Worcester State College with a
                                                                                                                  Bachelor of Science degree in business
                                       SUNDAY, APRIL 26                                                           administration and a minor in psychology.
AUBURN:                                                                                                           She is employed at Commerce Insurance
8 Prentice Ave         SF    12:00-2:00       $218,000       Emerson Realtors/Mary Ellen Cox                      Company as an investment analyst.
                                                             508-735-7061                                         Joel is the son of Justine and the late
                                                                                                                  Richard Manzi of Thompson, Conn. He grad-
CHARLTON:                                                                                                         uated from Tourtellote High School in
51 New Spencer Road SF       11:30-1:00       $220,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831            Thompson, Conn. He is a licensed plumber.
DUDLEY:                                                                                                           After a honeymoon at Couples Negril,
36 Mason Rd            SF    12:00-1:30       $169,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831            Jamaica, the couple resides in Webster.
12 Fairfield Drive     SF     1:00-3:00       $350,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831
135 Southbridge Rd     SF    12:00-2:00       $275,000       Weichert Realtor/Jon Lacob 774-287-6756
8 Sanborn St           SF     3:00-4:30       $268,888       Weichert Realtor/Jo Ann Szymczack
9 Dudley Hill Rd       SF    12:00-2:00       $209,900       Weichert Realtor/Laurie Sullivan
55 West Main St        SF    12:00-2:00       $249,900       Weichert Realtor/Jo Ann Szymczack
495 W Sturbridge Rd    SF    11:00-1:00                      Emerson Realtors/Doreen Gagliastro
656 Worcester Street   T     11:00-12:30      $198,900       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831
5 Ellis Road           SF    12:00-2:00       $285,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831
Candlewood Drive       SF    11:00-2:00       $229,000       Century 21 Toomey Lovett, Inc.
 6 Bellvue Dr          SF    12:00-2:00       $199,900       Century 21 Toomey Lovett, Inc.
6 Kingsbury Road       SF    11:00-1:00       $385,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831
73 LaPorte Road        SF     1:00-4:00       $339,900       Coldwell Banker/Inger 508-769-3823
25 Colonial Rd         SF    12:00-2:00       $435,000       Hope Realty 508-943-4333
66 Cushing Rd          SF    1:00-4:00        $259,900       Coldwell Banker/Inger 508-769-3823
121 Thompson Road      SF    12:00-2:00       $284,900       Century 21 Lake Realty 508-943-9306
4 5th Avenue           SF    11:00-1:00       $165,000       Century 21 Maher Real Estate 508-832-5831
Bigelow Rd             SF     1:00-4:00                      Weichert Realtor/Sandi Grzb 774-230-3500           MCNAMARA INSTALLED AT AUBURN-WEBSTER ELKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Courtesy photo
                                                                                                                The Auburn-Webster Lodge of Elks recently held their installation of officers for the year 2008-2009 at the
       To have your open house listed in this directory                                                         Lodge. Pictured are the Grand Exalted Ruler of the evening, Rosaire Beaulieu, Past District Deputy, of the
                                                                                                                Fitchburg Elks Lodge, with newly installed Exalted Ruler of the Auburn-Webster Elks Lodge Mike
            please contact Sandy @1-508-909-4110                                                                McNamara.
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                                        BRAN’ SPANKIN                                                                                    IN STOCK… NO WAITING! BRAN’ SPANKIN                                                             New 2009 GMC                                                                                           New 2009 PONTIAC
                                        New 2009 Chevy                                                                                   New 2009 Chevy
                                                                                                                                         MALIBU                                                                                          SIERRA    4x4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PICKUP                                                         VIBE                 ALL WHEEL DRIVE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SPORT UTILLITY
                                        SEDAN, AUTO, AIR COND.,
                                                                                                                                         SEDAN, AUTO, AIR COND., CD, ONSTAR, TELESCOPIC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             AUTO, AIR COND., CD PLAYER, TILT, AND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LOTS MORE #SI9387
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       UP TO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 AUTO, MOONROOF, ALLOYS, CD, KEYLESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ENTRY, ALL POWER, #VI9228
                                                                                                                                         TILT, POWER ASSISTS, CRUISE #MB90100
      UP TO 34 MPG!                            CRUISE, TILT #CB90105                                       UP TO 32 MPG!                                                                                                                                                                               MPG!

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                                                                                                                              249 $16,999                                                                         0$
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          239 $15,999                                                                                0$
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   269 $17,999
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                                    PER                                            GIANT                 MSRP                                   PER                                   GIANT               MSRP                                  PER                                        GIANT       MSRP                                        PER                                        GIANT
     DOWN                           MO.                                            TRADE                 $21,475       DOWN                     MO.                                   TRADE           $24,760    DOWN                           MO.                                        TRADE       $24,205   DOWN                              MO.                                        TRADE

                                      BRAN’ SPANKIN NEW 2009 CHEVY                                                                      BRAN’ SPANKIN                                                                                     New 2009 BUICK                                                                                        New 2009 CADILLAC

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          LUCERNE                                                                                               CTS                  SEDAN
                                      SEDAN, AUTO, AIR COND., POWER WINDOWS,
                                      LOCKS TILT, CRUISE, CD, #IM90298
                                                                                                                                         ALL WHEEL DRIVE, CROSS-OVER, #TR90423
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     AUTO, TILT, CRUISE, AIR COND.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LEATHER INTERIOR, 6 DISC CD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CHANGER, HEATED SEATS AND MUCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            MORE, #CT9388
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ALL POWER #LU9208

    UP TO 32 MPG!                                                                                             8 PASSENGER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MSRP $46,085
                           299 19,999               $                                                             0$   $
                                                                                                                              399 26,995                 $                                                         0$
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           349 22,999                     $                                             $
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            35,999                                                    $
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                                            PER                                   GIANT                                                        PER                                   GIANT                MSRP                                      PER                                     GIANT                                                                                            SMART
   $24,665 DOWN                                                                                          $31,665 DOWN                          MO.                                   TRADE                $31,535 DOWN                                                                                                                            LEASE FOR                                  LEASE
                                            MO.                                   TRADE                                                                                                                                                             MO.                                     TRADE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $1999 DUE AT SIGNING

     2005 BUICK LACROSSE                        2005 CHEVY MALIBU                   2005 CHEVY MALIBU MAXX                            2004 SATURN L300-3                  2005 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT                      2008 CHEVY COBALT                        2005 PONTIAC GRAND AM                         2007 BUICK LACROSSE                      2006 BUICK RENDEZVOUS

                          $8,999                                      $8,999                                           $9,999                                    $9,999                               $10,999                                       $10,999                                        $10,999                                    $12,999                                      $13,999
  SEDAN, AUTO, AIR                          SEDAN, AUTO, AIR COND,                   POWER WINDOWS,                              V6, LEATHER INT, SPOILER,                                                           SEDAN, REAR SPOILER, AIR                                                                                                            SPORT UTILITY,
  COND., TILT, CRUISE,                      POWER WINDOWS,                           LOCKS, ALLOYS, AUTO, AIR                    ALLOYS, AUTO, POWER                      LEATHER, POWER,                            COND, CD ALLOYS, REAR                        GT SEDAN, AUTO, AIR COND, ALL              AIR COND, AUTO, POWER WINDOWS,
  CD, ALL POWER                             LOCKS, CD PLAYER,                        COND, CD, POWER SEAT,                       WINDOWS, CRUISE, TILT, CD,                                                          DEFROST, TILT, LOW MILES,                    POWER, ABSOLUTELY GOR-                                                                 ONLY 25,000 MILES
                                                                                                                                                                          MOONROOF, ONE OWNER,                                                                                                               LOCKS, TILT, CD, 1 OWNER, VERY
  #B88624A                                  #TB8006A                                 #P7995A                                     ONLY 36,000 MILES #P6020                 #P536                                      #P7883A                                      GEOUS, ONLY 15,000 MILES #P653             NICE CAR #LU9394A                           #P7989
      2006 HONDA ACCORD                     2006 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 2006 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE                                        2005 FORD MUSTANG LX CONVERTIBLE           2005 CHEVY SILVERADO                            2008 FORD FUSION                     2005 JEEP WRANGLER X CONVERTIBLE             2006 VOLKSWAGON JETTA                       2006 NISSAN MAXIMA SE

                          $13,999                                     $14,999                                          $14,999                                $14,999                                     $15,999                                   $15,999                                        $15,999                                    $15,999                                      $16,999
  MOONROOF, AUTO,                           4X4, POWER MOONROOF,                                                                                                          HEAVY DUTY, 2500 CREW                                                                                                              GLI, ONLY 23,000 MILES,                     PEARL WHITE, POWER MOON-
                                                                                     ONLY 25,000 MILES, AUTO, YELLOW             ONLY 18,000 MILES, AUTO,                                                            SEL, V6 ENGINE, ONLY 14,400
  AIR CON, CRUISE,                          POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS,                                                                LEATHER, FANCY WHEELS,                   CAB, ONLY 37,000 MILES,                    MILES, ALLOYS, POWER WINDOW,                 AUTO, 6 CYL, AIR COND,                     LEATHER, MOONROOF,                          ROOF, POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS,
                                                                                     W / BLACK LEATERHEATED SEATS,
  TILT, CD ONLY 24,700                      TILT, CRUISE, MORE ONLY                  POWER MOONROOF, AIR COND,                   PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM,                    POWER ASSISTS, LEATHER,                    LOCKS, POWER DRIVER’S SEAT,                  ALLOYS, ONLY 19,000 MILES                  AUTO, ALLOYS, CD PLAYER,                    AND SEAT, CRUISE, TILT, ALLOYS,
  MILES, #P8061                             23,700 MILES #P7882A                     ALLOYS, POWER ASSOSTS, #P8087               BLCK #M80736A                            CRUISE, #P8010A                            CD, AUTO, AIR COND, #P8071                   #P8085                                     ALL POWER ASSISTS, #P8073                   CD PLAYER, #P8076

    2006 FORD MUSTANG GT                         2007 CADILLAC CTS                      2005 TOYOTA SEQUOIA                      2009 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER                        2008 FORD F150 4X4                       2007 CHEVY SUBURBAN 4X4                   2007 CADILLAC ESCALADE EXT                         2009 CHEVY TAHOE                                 2007 BMW X5

                          $17,999                                     $19,999                                          $19,999                                $21,999                                 $24,999                                       $27,995                                        $33,999                                    $34,999                                      $36,999
  5 SPEED, LEATHER,                                                                                                              99% NEW, POWER WINDOWS,                                                             LT, AUTO, AIR COND, ALL                                                                                                             7 PASSANGER, DOUBLE SUN-
                                                                                    LIMITED 4X4 SPORT UTILI-                                                              XLT CREW CAB PICKUP, OFF ROAD                                                           PEARL WHITE, NAVIGATION,
  SHAKER SOUND SYS-                         AUTO, AIR COND, ALL                     TY, BLACK, MOONROOF,                         LOCKS, POWER, MOONROOF,                                                             POWER, CD, TILT, CRUISE,                     AIR COND, DVD PLAYER,                      4X4, LEATHER , ALL POWER                    ROOF, DVD, SPORTS PACKAGE,
                                                                                                                                                                          PACKAGE, AUTO, AIR CON, POWER
  TEM, LIME GREEN, ONLY                     POWER, LUXYRY                           ABOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL,                         AUTO AIR CONDITION, CD LOW               WINDOWS, LOCKS, BEDLINER,                  MORE, #TV8009A. ORIG                         ALL POWER, MOONROOF,                       LOW MILES, OVER $50,000                     NEW BODY STYLE, ORIG. MSRP
  26,700 MLES, #P8078                       EQUIPPED #VT70548A                      LOADED #YK8125A                              MILES #P8055 OVER $32,000 NEW            LOW MILES, #P8063                          MSRP OVER $50,000                            #P687A                                     WHEN NEW, #P8103                            OVER $58,000, #AC9409A



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                                                                                                          Model Sl8                   Furniture
  (2) Circular Clothing                                                                             8-Foot Wide, Like New
                                        2 Grayish                   3-Year Old Formal                 Condition. Always               Variety Of Tables              Beauty Salon                    Cedar Chest &                   Complete Master
 (1) Circular Belt Rack                Bucket Seats                    Living Room                      Stored Inside.                      Butler
                                                                                                                                         End Tables                   Equipment                         Rocker                      Bedroom Furniture
                                  Fit In 1999 Plymouth Minivan                                           $5,500 OBO
   Pricing Gun & Tags                   Excellent Condition
                                                                          Couch                                                        Nested Tables              2 back to back, free floating    Multi-Colored Cushioned
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Top, Cherry Wood Cedar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Includes California
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    King-Sized Waterbed Frame,
(2) Crates Coat Hangers                                                   Blue & Gold.                  Husqvarna                        Queen-Size
                                                                                                                                                                  styling stations, $200 each
                                             $70 Each                                                                                                                     or best offer.          (Hope) Chest and Matching             Large Armoire, Large
    Assorted Pictures                    Or Both For $100              Matching Wingback             Backpack Blower                 Couch/Sleep-sofa                                              Rocker. Both In Excellent            Dresser With Mirror,
                                                                        Chair Included.             Model 356BT X Series,             Soft pastel colors                Call Suzanne
    Only Used 7 Months                    2 IBM Selectric                                                                                                              (508)886-6494                      Condition.                (2) Large End Tables. Sturdy
     Will Sell For $400                                                      $400                    Used One Season.                                                                                       Asking                       Cherry In Excellent
                                            Typewriters                                                                               Leave Message
       Or Separately                                                                                     $275 OBO                                                                                     Cedar Chest $300                        Condition.
                                      With Many Elements &                                                                             508-208-8401
      (860)974-9946                           Ribbons.
                                                                           508-832-7414              Turfco Top Dresser             Can schedule viewing             Bernina 640                         Rocker $200                         $2000 OBO
                                           $75 Each OBO                                                   $295 OBO                        in Oxford.               Sewing Machine                    Call 508-756-2607                Piggy-Back Washer/
  (2) Dark Walnut Colored                  508-885-3136
                                                                       35mm Minolta                     508-764-8330                                               New In April ‘08. Used Only                                           Dryer Combo
       MA-Pro-3                            860-888-5207                Maxxum 5000                                                  Amana Air                     A Few Hours. Comes With All        Cherry Dining                     Kenmore, Excellent
                                                                                                    John Deere 3235A                                               Accessories Including BSR          Room Table                     Condition, All Brochures.
       Speakers                                                          Camera                                                     Conditioner
         12 3/4”x22”
                                       2 Pianos                    AF50 Lens & AF70-210 Lens,
                                                                          Flash & Case.
                                                                                                     Fairway Mower
                                                                                                          $6500 OBO                  18,000 btu only used 4
                                                                                                                                                                      Stitch Regulator Foot,
                                                                                                                                                                  Walking Foot, 1/4 Inch Foot.    With 2 leaves, 4 side chairs
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and 2 captains chairs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            $600 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (3) Original Factory
                                   Both in excellent condition                                                                   summers, 2 heavy for me to         Has 570 Stitch Patterns,
                                    and tuned, Price includes                 $150                    John Deere 2243                                              5 Alphabets, Thread Cutter             Only $500.                        Hubcaps
   62 Assorted Albums                                                                                                            lift. $400 new, sell for $200.                                      Cherry TV Armoire               For 2005 Hyundai Sonata
 Ranging From John Denver          move to 1st floor location in                                       Greens Mower                     Ask for Pat,                        And More.
                                    Worcester County. Please
                                                                           RCA 27” TV                                                                                   REDUCED! $3500                   Only $300.                         $35 Each
     To Iron Butterfly.                                                              $50                  $6900 OBO                   (508)885-5542
                                       call 508-885-3705                                                                                                                                          Must be seen to appreciate.              Call Alan At
       $100 For All                                                                                    John Deere 220A                                                      Call Nancy              Prices are negotiable.
                                                                        Sony Wega 32” TV                                            Antique Red                           508-867-3900                                                    508-509-5407
                                                                                                  Walk-Behind Greens Mower
    Call 508-248-3932              20 Foot Dual Axel                            $150                                                                                                                    (508)864-1092
                                    Flat Bed Trailer
                                                                                                          $2500 OBO               Vermont Casting                         Bicycle                                                         Computer
    100,000+                                                                508-278-6123           Jacobsen Walk-Behind             Gas Heater                     Men’s Trek Pilot 5.2, 58cm
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Chickering                        Compaq FS7600
                                  Medium Duty. 2500 GVW
  Baseball Cards                   All Newly Rebuilt. $899           4x8 Open Trailer                  Greens Mower
                                                                                                          $250 OBO
                                                                                                                                     Excellent Condition.                   $1700                    Spinet Piano                   Lexmark Printer/Copier/Fax
     $575 For ALL                                                                                                                    Asking Price $1700                                                                                  Lexmark Printer
  Many Star Performers
                                            OBO                       Newly done over. Asking
                                                                              $525.                Vikon Fertilizer Spreader         Call 508-867-5677
                                                                                                                                                                      Wedding Gown                   Baby Grand &                        All For $550 OBO
                                        508-769-2351                                                                                                              Size 10-12, Ivory Strapless,
 (Schilling, Manny, Etc.)                                              Call (508)885-5560              For 3 Point Hitch           Or Office 508-755-0972                  Used. $150                   Bench                        Computer Desk (Corner)
                                                                                                          $450 OBO
                                   200+ Music CD’s                      6 GE Two Way                    508-764-8330                Antique Stool                  All In Excellent Condition        $700. 1993 Chevrolet
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Camaro; 21,270 miles, all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $195 OBO
            Also:                 $8.00 each or 10 for $75. No                                                                                                          508-943-2007                                                   Office Chair (Cully)
      David Ortiz                   rap. Email your want list:             Radios                 Rough Sawn 5x5x8 Ft.
                                                                                                                                     & Lavatory                                                        original, $5000.                          $65
    Autographed Bat                  14 Channel, With One Mile
                                                                                                     Pine Timbers
                                                                                                                                     Porcelain Handles.           Brand New Bunk                  Call (508)765-9316 leave
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Entertainment Center
                                    Craftsman Miter Box with             Range & Belt Clip.                                      (2)Glass Doors For Kitchen
            $250                   back saw. This is not cheap           Great For Hunting!          Air Dried, Two Years.                 Cabinet                  Beds and 2                                                       58”x52”x19”, Solid Wood
      508-259-4367                       plastic. $65.00.                   $100 For All                  $8.00 Each
                                                                                                                                    2 Solid Wood Doors               Dressers                           Christmas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Numerous Dog
                                      Call (508)943-7215                   Commercial               40 Stacking Chairs                    6’8”x32”                    Beautiful wood frame             Sports Card                         Breed Books
    12,000 BTU                                                          Bench-Top Grinder             Metal w/Vinyl Seat          (1)4 Lights, (1)15 Lights       includes mattresses, pillows,          Specials
   Air Conditioner                 2004 Specialized                   On Cast-Iron Floor Stand        Like New Condition            3 Wood Frame Solid             ladder (never used). $2000                                             508-867-9734
Crossly Brand. Never Used!          Allez 27-Speed                              $75                        $15 Each                      Glass Door                       or best offer.                Basketball/Hockey                 Computer
       23”x15 1/2”.                    Road Bike                          508-248-3932              (2)25 Ft. & (2)18 Foot                24”x50”                 Call (508)987-1594, leave              Racing/Boxing
                                                                                                                                                                   message will return call.                                          CPU, Printer/Scanner/
       Asking $150                Clip Pedals, 17 Size, For 5’8”                                    Parking Lot Light Posts          30-Gallon Electric                                            Rookies/Stars/Sets/Singles        Copier-In-One, Windows
      774-230-9321                   Rider, Ridden 4 Times.             6 Shaper Bits                  w/Double Lamps
                                                                                                          New $2000
                                                                                                                                      Hot-Water Heater                    Brand-New                 All Cards 75% Off Book!          XP, Flat-Screen Monitor,
                                            New $500                  Never used w/factory                                           LP Gas Wall heater            Automatic Scrubbing                                                Desk (Great Condition)
     16-Year Old                        Asking $200 OBO            coating. 1/2 inch shank. NOT          508-764-8330                  712-299-5239
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Including Vintage Cards Like
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Asking $500
     Double Pane                       Ken 508-885-1042                FOR HAND ROUTER.                                                                                Power-Head                     Mantle/Williams/Etc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Call 774-200-1561
                                                                              $185.00                  Ab Coaster                                                            $500                       508-864-9223
      Windows                         2006 Cam                              Delta Lathe             Practically Brand New                                          Reconditioned Prop                                               Corner TV Cabinet
       With Screens:                                                                               Only Used Twice, Packed          Antique Tall,                                                      Classic Auto
     (4) 22.75”W/40”H                 Superline                             Reproducer                                                                                  19” Pitch, Fits                  Gauges
    (10) 22.75”W/48”H               Dumping Trailer                      Fits 12" & 14" Delta        In Original Box w/All            Mirrored                          Merc Cruisers                                                Sony 36” Flat Screen
                                                                                                     Original Accessories.                                                                        (3) Classic Stewart Warner
     (9) 22.75”W/56”H               14 Feet Long, 6’9” Wide,
                                                                             Lathes $450           Paid $400, Asking $180            Sideboard/                              $85                         Auto Gauges,                     Television
                                                                               Backpack                                                                                                                                                        $250
    With Crank Opening              With 4 Foot Sides. Weighs
                                                                              Never Used
                                                                                                     Owned For 2 Weeks.             Dresser/Foyer                       508-826-2029                   Tire Jacks, More.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Solid Cherry Entertainment
     (1) 40.75”W/41”H                4,000lbs Empty, 16,000                                         YOU PICK UP (Oxford)                                                                                  All For $65
                                       GVW. 4 Tie-Downs.                         $100                     Please Call                   Piece                         Bunk Bed Set                                                             Center
    (2) 34.75”W/48”H                  Great For Bobcats or             Call (508)943-7215               774-289-9362               Lovely piece imported                                              Wooden Shed Door                   Fits 27” TV, $200
  Asking $50 OBO Per Set                                                                                                              from Manchester,                    Maple $175                       3’x7’ $15
       774-262-8929                        $5999 OBO                     (5) 30”x30” &             Air Conditioners               England. Over 100 Years            Pearl Export Series                                             NEC 20” TV & VCR $75
                                          508-641-3289                    (5) 30”x42”                                              Old. Carving, Columns,             5-Piece Drum Set                   508-248-1951                  Call 508-943-3711
                                                                                                  General Electric 10,000 BTU
197? Ford Lawn &                                                        Pedestal Tables               Window Mount Air            7 Drawers, Serving Area,          With Double Bass Pedal,                                                 After 6pm
                                     2006 Keystone                                                                                 Burl Inlay Detail. Small                                           Clawfoot Tub
 Garden Tractor                                                           w/Laminated Tops            Conditioner, $150.
                                                                                                                                  Shelves For Candelabra.
                                                                                                                                                                     Hi-Hat & 2 Cymbals.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $400                       Country Table
  20 HP, Hydrostatic Drive,          Sprinter Travel                            $200                 Samsung 5,000 BTU                                                       $350
  Power Steering, 2-Speed
                                                                                                                                    Appraised At $2400                                                  508-867-9566                50”x38”, In Good Condition.
                                                                                                      Window Mount Air                                                   508-987-3152
                                         Trailer                      (5) 30” Stools w/Padded                                           74” High x 63”                                                                              Top Is Stained Pine. Skirt &
 Axle, 3-Point Hitch, Power
   Angle Plow, 60” Mower              Excellent Condition.                   Vinyl Seats             Conditioner, $75.00              Wide x 23” Deep.                                                   Coin-Op                        Legs Are Distressed
                                    31 Feet, New Tires, Well                  $10 Each                  Call Jeff at                   774-230-1763                Came Back With                       Washers &                    Off-White/Bisque Colored
    Deck, Wheel Weights,
                                     Maintained, Slide-Out,           (6) Bar Chairs w/Padded         (802)380-0844                    508-248-6949                  Him From                                                         With Hand Painted Red
 Owner’s & Repair Manuals.
      Older Tractor, But           Awning, Ladder. Sleeps 6.               Seats & Backs                                               Email For Photo                                                    Dryers                       Berries (Very Pretty.)
        Still Strong!             Dual Cam Hitch, TV, AC/Heat.                $20 Each               Aiwa Compact                      Vietnam...                       1 1/2 To 2 Years Old.          Two Drawers On The Side
                                            $15,900                                                   Disc Stereo                       Price Is $1250                1964 Handpainted                  10 Sets Available           Are Great For Extra Storage.
        $1500 FIRM                                                      Casio PCR255 Cash                                                                                                             Very Good Condition
     Call 860-923-3532                   508-943-8240                                             Has Three-Place Disc Player,                                       Picture. Painter Has                                               Originally Bought At
                                                                              Register                                                                                                                   774-230-0680                 Sargent’s Country Barn
        Ask For Ron                                                           Like new            AM/FM Radio, Dual Cassette                                         Gallery In Vietnam.
                                  28-Foot Aluminum                                                   Player, Remote, Two            APARTMENT                               $300                                                          In Leicester, MA
  1996 Tigershark                  Extension Ladder
                                                                                                   Speakers, And New Denon
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Colonial Wood                          Asking $100
  Two-Seat Jetski                      Excellent Condition
                                                                           508-764-8330             DP-26F Full Automatic           LIQUIDATION                       Black & Decker                Hutch and Base                     Steel Artist’s
                                           $195 OBO                      Beverage Air                      Turntable.             Everything Must Go!                   Auto Buffer                Honey pine finish. Asking,
     & Trailer                           508-735-8095
                                                                                                                                       Furniture                            $20                             $350.                   File/Map Drawers
           $1275                                                         Beer Cooler                  Call 508-248-3932
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Antique Chezck crystal                Cabinet Measures
 5-Phone Executone Office             3-Level Small                   Top Load, Holds Approx.                                       Men’s Clothing                                                 set, valued at over $1800.            21”Hx41”Wx29”D
     Telephone System                                                        30 Cases                   All For $900                                                                                 Hand cut, very ornate.             Contains 5 Drawers,
            $450                      Animal Cage                              $550                  Outdoor World                      Pictures                         Car Seat                 Appraised. Will sell for $900.        Interior Dimensions
                                   On Caster For Easy Moving.                                                                     Many Miscellaneous                         $20                   Glass and brass dinette               2”Hx38”Wx26”D.
   Back up Powerpack for                  Black Finish.
                                                                     Amana 100 Microwave              Resort Special                                                                                                                  Cabinet Was Previously
      Computer, $100                                                        New Condition             Master Membership,                 Items                        Boy’s (3-4 yr) Bike             set Perfect for 1st
                                     Appx. 37”Lx25”Lx54”H                                                                                                                    $35                        apartment. $50.              Painted. You May Paint It
                                                                                $150              Unlimted Lifetimes. Includes
   Antique Stainless-Steel                 Paid $150
                                                                                                  Free Camping, All Amenities,
                                                                                                                                    No Reasonable                                                    Call (508)943-6367              Any Color To Match Your
        Milkcan, $25                     Asking $75                    Bunn Coffee Maker            RV/Tent Sites Or Rent A          Offer Refused                     774-272-2459                                                 Space. A Simple Unpainted
   Antique Singer Sewing           With Some Accessories                        $75                  Furnished Cabin, Plus           508-949-6425                                                    Electric Dryer                 Pine Wood Frame 17” High
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Helps Raise Set Of Drawers.
        Machine, $50                      508-764-6734                      508-764-8330             Entertainment. WOW!                                               Case Tractor                    Used 6 months, $100.            Included Is A 31”x31”
  IBM Selectric Typewriter                                                                             Transfer Fees Paid!                                              1948 VAC With               Washer used holds x-large
        & Table, $100              35MM Camera                            Beautiful                       Call Now!                Athena Stereo                       Sickle-Bar Mower.          loads, $50. Solid oak kitchen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Paper Cutter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Asking $500
                                                                                                                                                                       Asking $1650 OBO            table, 5 chairs, 2 leafs, $100
                                   Pentax K-1000                          Furniture                  1-407-433-9320
                                                                                                                                     Speakers                      International Harvester        or best offer. Good condition     Serious Inquiries Only!
      508-461-9097                  with assortment of lenses           Entertainment Center                                                                                                       wrought iron & glass coffee          508-765-5547
                                                                                                                                 3ft tall x 1ft wide, excellent     Two-Row Corn Planter
                                    2 electronic flashes, and           $200/BRO, like new.                                                                                                           table & end tables inlay
    6000 BTU A/C                    many other accessories.            Redecorating and need           Brand New                 quality, fantastic sound. 2
                                                                                                                                   speakers. Asking $380
                                                                                                                                                                        Trailer-Type, With           w/stone, very nice, $50.              Dresses
           $50                           Sell all for $220.              space. Store-new          Front load washer & dryer                                              Hydraulic Lift.          Apartment size freezer, $50.
                                                                                                                                             for pair.                      $800 OBO                                                Wedding, Prom, Cocktail. All
 Stereo With Speakers $50           Call (508)943-5954 or              condition, MUST SEE!                set. $1200.              Call (508)341-4659                                                      Works well.                    brand new.
    Call 508-278-7958                days (508)943-7704                    (508)832-3684             Call (774)364-0367                                                  860-974-9811                Call (508)340-2098                Call (508)981-6762

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                                                                                                                                                                                       APRIL, 22, 2009   ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ A STONEBRIDGE PRESS PUBLICATION ☎ 3

      010 FOR SALE                      010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE                     010 FOR SALE
 Dark Wood Curio                                                            Jewelry                        Like New!                   Neutron Cordless                     Real Ranch
   55” Wide x 77” Tall,             Fishing Rods,                    New 14K Ruby & Diamond           Large Two-Level Light             Electric Mower                      Mink Jacket
        18” Deep                                                     Yellow gold cross pendant,
Glass Doors On Top, With
                                    Reels, Boxes,                   $300 or best offer. Also gem-
                                                                                                         Oak Coffee Table
                                                                                                                                       Comes With Rear Bagger,
                                                                                                                                        Trimmer, Extra Battery,
                                                                                                                                                                          Very Good Condition
                                                                                                                                                                           $800 or best offer
  Three Drawers Below.                  Plugs,                      stone rings & pendants, best
                                                                               offers.                   Good Condition                   Mulching Kit, Extra
          $500                                                                                                                              Cutting Blade.                  508-943-2444
                                     Streamers,                             Call Shirley                 8’ x 11’ Karastan                     Paid $500
       Highchair                                                          (508)248-3005                    Oriental Rug
           $50                           Etc.                                                              New Fringe &
                                                                                                                                         Will Let Go For $250
                                                                                                                                                                       Refinished Chairs
                                                                                                                                                                        Natural Or Painted Finish,
       White Crib                      Archery                           John Deere                   Professionally Cleaned                                           Some Decorated. Singles To
                                                                        Snowthrower                            $350                     New Snap-On
 Mattress Included $300               Equipment                                                                                                                                Sets Of Six.
                                                                                                                                                                           Very Reasonable!
     508-885-2866                     Sporting goods,                 For LX And GT Series                    Call Rich               Harley Davidson                        508-764-4493
                                                                     Lawn & Garden Tractors.              508-826-2029
                                      Machinist Tools &
                                                                             42 Inch,
                                                                                                                                      Collectors Edition
    Dental Chair                    Auto Tools, most half
                                                                       Used Once(Honest!)            Living Room Couch                     Toolbox                          Refrigerator
Electric operates well, Would        Handicap walkers,                                                                                   Black and chrome with           19 Cubic Foot. Freezer On
be great for tattoo parlor, etc.          $10-$30.                  Includes Chains, Weights,           And Matching Chair                                              Top. Amana, Almond Color.
                                                                      And Operator’s Manual             Floral Design Fabric          Harley logos & flames. 5, H x
3 to choose from. $50 each.         35MM Canon Camera                                                                                  3, W 12 drawers. Must be              Good Condition.
   Call (508)987-3143                       $200                              $1500                             $150                        seen. $4000 firm.                      $175
                                       (508)885-5189                      774-745-0242                     413-245-9001                     Contact Dale                      860-963-0316
                                                                       Email For Pictures Or
     Designer                        Prices Negotiable!
                                                                            Questions                    Living Room                  (508)943-8692 after 6pm.
                                                                                                                                                                        Rolltop Secretary
     Wedding                                                                     Furniture                  New Woodmaster                          Desk
                                      Girls Clothing                      Kenmore                          Best Offer For:             Planer/Molder                               $120
      Dress                              & Shoes                         Refrigerator                      FlexSteel Couch,            With 18” Drum Sander             Full-Size Rolltop Desk
      Never Worn!                  Toddler Sizes Through 10/12                                             Chair & Ottoman.           Attachment. 5HP Motor.                       $200
                                          Shoe Sizes 1-3             20.6 Cubic Foot, Black, Top
   Christina Wu Strapless                                             Freezer. Brand New, From       La-Z-Boy Couch & Recliner.           Weighs 420lbs.                 Computer/Writing Table
  Gown with train. Size 8.          Gently Used & Brand New                                                                                                                         $50
                                      Many Styles & Brands            Sears Warehouse. Energy           All Items High Quality,        Also, 120A, 2HP, Shop                                                  010 FOR SALE                       010 FOR SALE
  Purchased at Kleinfelds                                                  Star Compliant.                     Like New.                Fox Vacuum With All                  Corner Student
   NYC. Elegant beading                  To Choose From.
                                                                           Price New $750                  Email For Photos           Attachments, Hooks Up                 Desk & Chair $50
  with organza & silk/satin        Call 508-943-2007 For Appt.
                                                                          Yours For $400                                                                                                                    Solid Marble
       material. $700.
  Call (508)949-2528                  Girls Clothing                       860-963-0685
                                                                                                                                            To All Three.
                                                                                                                                          Mint Condition.
                                                                                                                                                                        48” Oak Bathroom Vanity
                                                                                                                                                                                   $50                      Cocktail Table                       The
                                                                                                                                                                         48” Mirrored Medicine             Grey with vine detailing,
                                    Large quantity of high
                                     quality, brand name
                                                                       Washer & Dryer                 Living Room Set
                                                                                                                                      Books/Manuals Included
                                                                                                                                         Asking $3500 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                        Cabinet With Vanity Lights
                                                                                                                                                                                                         pointed oval shape. Originally
                                                                                                                                                                                                            $1200, selling for $250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Book Bear
      Dinette Set                   Girls Clothing For Sale                  Like New                       90” Sofa
                                                                                                                                              Call John                 24” Oak Bathroom Vanity              (508)943-7360                   Books! Books! Books!
  Seating For Four w/Glass              Age: Infant-3T                      $100 Each                       Love Seat                                                                                                                          We have 50,000 lively
 Top And Three Bar Stools.           Come choose from                                                      Oriental Rug                    508-949-1051                            $25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   old books at
            $350                         the best at the                     Call Phil                   (Machine-Made)                                                   Dark Pine Wash Stand           Solid Oak Queen                         THE BOOK BEAR
        Call Matt at                 age level you need.                  508-234-3348                2 Matching End-Tables            New! 8 American                             $35
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bedroom Set
       774-278-1728                  Call 508-347-5344                  Keyboard                     Take The Whole Set For              Craftsman                         Call 508-943-3711
                                                                                                                                                                                After 6pm                 $750. Lighted round curio
        Dirt Bike                      Glass-Top 36”                 Stand, Case and                   $1000 Or Best Offer              Replacement                                                      end table, $50. Iron twin bed,
                                      Octagonal Table                                                     508-867-9650                    Windows                       Salon Equipment                    $200. Steins, $25. Dolls,
     2003 RM65 Suzuki                                                     Chair                                                         9500 series. Low E, full            For Sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $25. 2 Bureaus $100 Each
   Great condition, asking                      $50                  New, never been used. Top                                                                                                              Call (508)867-9222
           $1200.                        Oak Queen Post                 of the line. Bought at        Machinist Tools                 screen, 6 over 6 grille. White          Mint Condition!                                                   We have books for the
   Call (774)696-3360                 Headboard/Footboard           Gordon’s Music last fall. Paid    Tool chest, also other odds        vinyl, 34 1/4 x 48. Paid                 $5000                       SOLID PINE                        scholar, collector and
                                                                                                                                             $1400. Asking
 Disney Area Stay                               $50                  over $600 will sell for $325             and ends.
                                                                                                                                           $1000 or best offer.              Tanning Bed                        HUTCH                              general reader.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Located on Route 9 in West
                                        Gas 32” Fireplaces                       firm.                  Call (508)234-8034             Call (508)779-0438 ask                      $1200                           For Sale                  Brookfield, halfway between
      7 Days, 6 Nights                                                    Please contact
   2 Adult Disney Tickets                    $50 each                                                                                         for Justin                   Call For Information            Mint/Lighted 3 Glass Top             Amherst & Worcester.
         Paid $750                    Freezer (17cu.ft.) $200             (508)450-7150               Mags With Tires                                                        860-564-3771                   6’4”H x 56”W x 19”D                 Open 7 days a week,
                                                                                                         For E-Z-Go Golfcart                                                                                         $250                             10am-6pm
        Sell For $249                 5’x8’ Oriental Rug $30        Kia Rio Or Hyundai                                                     Nordic Trac                           After 6pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Call Kim
     Good For One Year                  Oak TV Cabinet $40                                              Plow For John Deere           Walk Fit Skier/Rower                                                                                      We Also Buy
       508-301-0266                      508-347-5782                 Accent Wanted                        Garden Tractor                         $125
                                                                                                                                                                          Samsung 61”                           508-347-5171
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             BOOK COLLECTIONS,
                                                                    One With Very Low Mileage
  Double Window                         Gorgeous                        Auto, Air. ‘06-’08.            Truck Liner For 6’ Bed          Jane Fonda Non-Motorized           HDTV-DLP TV                       Sony 50” XBR                        LIBRARIES &
 New, Vetter High Pro 4                                                 Will Pay Your Price                                                     Treadmill              with stand for sale for $1500.       Projection TV                         ESTATES!
    With Screens.
                                        King Sized                      For The Right One                   Rug (7’x10’)                          $125                  Call (508)733-5047 for               $1100 or best offer.                 CALL FOR INFO.
                                                                                                          w/Seashell Border                                                   appointment.
  Measures 76”Long                     Bedroom Set                        508-764-1439                                                    Technalon Car Cover                                              Lane 2 piece sectional                508-867-8705
                                       5 Pieces. Paid $6000                                               508-987-1504                     Fits Car 16’-17’6”                                               with recliner, $1000 or               or call Toll Free
                                           At Rotman’s                  Kirby Vacuum                                                               $60                    Santa Barbara                           best offer.
       $650 OBO                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  877-809-2665
                                           $1500 FIRM                      Cleaner                        Mahogany                           508-885-9992                  Spa/Hot-Tub                         Queen size bed
      Marine Hemi                             Moving                            $20                       Pineapple                                                     105 Jets, 7 Person. Upright            with cherry wood
        Engine                            Contact Laurie
                                                                      Turntable w/2 Speakers
                                                                                $12                      Headboard &                   Oak Bedroom Set                   Therapy Lounge, Neck &
                                                                                                                                                                        Foot Massage, 2 Additional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 frame, $700.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Call (508)347-2764
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TOOL SHEDS
1959 With Latham Blower                                                                                                                 Queen bed and mattress,                                                                               Made of Texture 1-11
  And Four Carburetors             Grandfather Clock                         Records                      Footboard                      hutch, nightstand and
                                                                                                                                                                            Therapy Seats Plus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8x8 $625
      $8000 OBO                     Walnut, Winchester chime,             50 Cents Each              Full Sized With Rails & Slats.    dresser with mirror. All in
                                                                                                                                                                              Cooldown Area.
                                                                                                                                                                         Waterfall/Volcano, Lights
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sound System                            8x10 $800
                                                                                                        Fair To Good Condition
    Call 508-259-8805                        $200.                        508-234-3933                       (From 1900’s)
                                                                                                                                      excellent condition. Mattress
                                                                                                                                        brand new. $1300 or BO.
                                                                                                                                                                         (Different Colors). Starry       High End Home                           8x12 $875
                                   Designers Mother-of-the-                                                                                                                Night Blue With Red                                                    8x16 $1175
                                         Bride Gown                     Kitchen Table                      Asking $250                   Mahogany TV and                  Maintenance Free Vinyl           Theatre With
     Electric Twin                   Size 8, Pewter color with       4 Chairs & Farmer’s Hutch          Table With Tile Top                Video Stand                    Cabinet. One Year Old              Receiver                            Delivered And
     Hospital Bed                                                                $400                         4 Chairs                            $50.                        Paid $8000 New                                                      Built On-Site
                                    elegant beading, matching                                                                                                                                               Pair McIntosh THX loud
            $700                         jacket paid $700,          Terra Cotta Color Wing Chair                $100                       Brand New                           Asking $6000                speakers, McIntosh THX             Other Sizes Available
                                           asking $250.                                                                                                                         Will Deliver                                                   Call 413-213-6708
         1 Pair AR                                                                $40                       774-318-1024              Entertainment Center                Call (508)864-8578
                                                                                                                                                                                                          center speakers, MX (Miller
  Floor-Standing Speakers             Call (508)885-4303                Pecan Sofa Table $75                                            Black chrome and glass                                                  and Kreisel THX
            $150                                                      Green Plaid Loveseat $75        Manual Hospital                     asking $500 or BO.                Schwinn                           subwoofer, Yamaha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Toro Commercial
    1 Passive Subwoofer            Gym Equipment                      Like-New 3-year-Old Lopi             Bed                          Call (860)377-7549 or
                                                                                                                                                                         Electric Scooter
                                                                                                                                                                                                             RX-V3200 Receiver,
        “Home” $50                  Marc X Platinum 3100             Pellet Stove & Ash Vacuum                $500 OBO                      (860)928-1135                                                remote control. Rarely used.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Paid $6000
                                      In Excellent Condition                                                                                                             Needs new battery, $60.                                            Pro-Line Series, With 44”
                                                                                $1600                                                                                                                         Asking $750 FIRM
 Chevy Prizm Wanted                         $250 OBO
                                                                          Mirrors, Lamps &                  Lift Chair                  Old Oak Rolltop                   Air Hockey table, $40.          Call Ken (508)234-3042               Deck And Trac Vac
 Any Year. Must Have Very          300 lb Olympic Weights                   Wall Hangings                                                    Desk                            (508)764-6560                                                     Collection System.
        Low Miles.                                                                                            $250 OBO
                                             With Bar                                                                                   Great Original Condition!                                           Speedaire Air                     Great For Picking Up
   Will Consider A Civic                    $100 OBO                     Call 508-943-3711                  774-200-6989                                                 Self-Cleaning
                                                                              After 6pm                                                   54” Long, 30” Wide                                                                                  Grass Clippings And
                                    TAKE BOTH FOR $300                                                                                            $600                 Double Wall Oven                     Compressors                              Leaves.
                                        Call 860-933-6369           Kubota Roto-Tiller                   Maple Dining                        860-774-4019                                                 3 ph 30 & 80 gallon. Onan                  $1500
    Entertainment                                                     52 Inch, 3 Point Hitch              Room Set
                                                                                                                                                                         With Built-In Microwave
                                                                                                                                                                                   $250                   Generators 5k W. Scale 1k              508-832-7414
        Center                       Hand-Beaded                     Mount. PTO Driven. Used                With Hutch                  Old-Time Trunk                  5-Ton Electric Log Splitter
                                                                                                                                                                                                         lbs. Best offer on all listings.
 53”x53”, Has Two 20”x14”                                                  One Season.                                                                                                                      Call (508)347-1223
  Storage Compartments,
                                     Wedding Gown                            $1450
                                                                                                               $300                         Good Condition
                                                                                                                                             Needs Straps
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Trees for
                                                                                                          Stereo/CD With
  And A 40-Place CD Rack           Plus Size (18-20), Cathedral
                                                                                                                                              Best Offer                      508-234-2779               Spinet Piano and
        On Bottom.
                                       Train, Plus Bustle &
                                     Tiara-Style Headdress &
                                                                      Pull-Behind Fertilizer
                                                                           Spreader &
                                                                                                     Speakers/Woofer & Remote
                                                                                                                $45                         508-234-2712
                                                                                                                                                                              Snapper                         Bench                                Sale
                                      Veil. Museum-Quality             48” Lawn Sweeper                 (2)Sofas $150/$300                                                                                 $800. Country Blue plaid          Evergreen Trees, Colorado
    Call 508-248-3932                      Preservation.                  For Lawn Tractor                 Toaster-Oven                 Park Model RV                        Roto-Tiller                   loveseat and chair. $450.         Blue Spruce, Potted Trees,
                                            $600 OBO                                                                                                                       IR5003, Used Twice                                                 Silver Blue, 18”-22” tall.
    Entertainment                        508-987-3781
                                                                           $150 For Both                      New $40                    2002, 12x40                           Paid $1295
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wilson ladies clubs, bag,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            cart, $200. All excellent             Excellent Privacy
                                                                           413-245-6521                     B.O. For All              (like brand new) on beautiful               $950                                                           Border/Ornamental
        Center                     Heavy Duty 9’ Fisher                                                    508-278-2729                 lot in campground can be                                            condition. Will consider
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                All 10 trees for $85.
Solid Oak Wood, Custom                                                 Lace Wedding                        508-282-1026               used for a full 6 months (15              TracVac                        reasonable offers.
Made. Custom Side Door               Highway Plow                                                                                     April-15 October every year)         Model 385-IC/385LH               Call (508)867-8532                Call 508-278-5762
                                     One-way plow, set up for              Gown                                                           Lot paid for until 2097.            Used Once.                                                           Evenings
  For Tapes, Excellent
                                      backhoe or truck, $650.           Full-Length, Size 12.         Memory Foam                                $48,000                      Paid $1300                    Spinnet Piano
Condition. 62” Wide, Can
   Fit Up To A 30” TV              Fisher Snow-Foil Type Heavy
                                                                                $200                    Authentic                     Call Don (508)344-9499                     $1100
        $250 Firm                      Duty 8’ Plow for truck             Brown Italian                Therapeutic                                                     Bear Cat Vac-N-Chip Pro              $1000. Sunfish sailboat              Troy-Built 4
       Ask For Bob                              $500                     Leather Jacket                                               Penn 6 wt. Flyrod                       & Vac Pro                   w/trailer, $700. Jenny Lind
     508-963-0714                    Heavy Duty Hobart Meat                 Medium, $200              NASA Mattress                         New Condition                 Models 72085, 72285,            3/4 bed, $250. Sailboard &                Cycle
                                   Grinder. Floor type with large                                    Queen, $399. Brand new in                                                   72295                   sail (new), $500. Dresser set,          Gasoline-cultivator.
                                                                       All Excellent Condition                                            Call 508-278-6419
                                                                                                        plastic full warranty.                                                Used Twice
     Estate Furs                             bowl. $375                   508-757-7796
                                                                                                     Call Tom (978)597-3033                                                   Paid $2772
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $200. Player piano w/rolls,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $600. Lexmark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Excellent condition.
 1 long, Grey, Persian lamb
coat. Size small w/matching
                                      Briggs & Stratton 12HP
                                       Vertical Riding Mower
                                                                           Noon-6pm                                                            Piano                             $1900                            printer, $50.                Call (508)892-8623
 hat. In excellent condition,               Engine, $95                     LADIES                      Men’s Bicycle                 Baldwin Spinnet                        508-765-5763                Call Karen (508)885-3192
   $500/BO. 1 long Black                 Used 15” Monitor                  DRESSER                           Giant 6061               Light brown color. Bought at
Persian Lamb. Size large. In                     $25                     Large, With Mirror
                                                                                                        23” Frame, 24 Gears,           Steinerts. Good condition,           Snow Tires                   State Quarters                            Twin Bed
 good condition, but worn.                                                                              Shimano 105 Derailer.                     $700.                 4 P225-60-R17. Tires like                                               With New Box Spring
                                      Call (508)461-9097                   & 2 Armoires                 Black & Gold, Ridden                                                                             Un-circulated, rolled. Boxes
          $300/BO.                                                                                                                        Call (508)885-4320           new, winter ‘07. $300 or best       of 500. Starting at $21                  & Mattress.
      (508)987-8483                                                        $1700 For All                    Only 4 Times.                                                          offer.                                                               $250
                                   High-Low Electric                        (Negotiable)                 Original Cost $800                                                Call (508)234-7930
                                                                                                                                                                                                             per roll. Also Gold
                                     Hospital Bed                                                           Asking $350                         Piano                                                     Presidential dollar rolls.             Call 508-949-8851
 Everything Must                                                           Handmade                        508-764-9309                 Baldwin Spinnet With                 Snow Tires                        Call for more
                                            Like New!                    Lead Chandelier                                                                                                                       information,
       Go!!                            With Scoop Mattress              Contemporary Style
                                                                                                                                       Bench. Good Condition.               P235/75R15 $50                   (508)832-3029 or                    Unique Bar
    Portable Dishwasher                     $500 OBO                     $150 (Negotiable)             Men’s Burberry                          $950
                                                                                                                                                                                                              (508)272-3433                     Solid Oak with lighted
with butcher block top, $250.                                                                                                                                              Roof Racks For Van
Farmers table with 5 chairs,
                                                                          508-892-1107                   Prorsum                               Sauna                                $15                                                      stained glass canopy, brass
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              top and foot rail, 2 chairs,
$200. Oak cabinets, various           HO Scale Train                                                    Trenchcoat                    Finnleo, Portable, Comes               8’ Tunnel Cover              Steam Radiator                    72” high, 64” wide, 22” deep.
   sizes, six pieces, $400.
                                   Comes With Engines, Cars,
                                                                     Ladies’ Genuine                 Size ? (40/42), Tan, Slightly       In 2 Pieces. Perfect              (For Pick-Up Truck)                Covers                                $1200 or BO.
   Call (508)328-3438              Buildings And Accessories.        Black Shearling                 Worn, But Good Condition.           For Two. Assembles                        $200                                                        Call (508)450-5836
                                                                                                                $100                                                                                      43” long x 40” high x 13”
                                   Lots Of Time & Money Put             Sheepskin                                                         In Minutes. Simply             10” Craftsman Table Saw           deep, 37”x40”x13” and
       Exercise                    Into It! Pictures Available.                                             860-974-9946                 Plugs Into Standard                        $50                   24”x40”x13”. All white, in          Upright Imperial
      Equipment                               Email:                     Fur Coat                                                          Household Outlet.                  508-873-1394               good condition. Over $1000
Power House Weight Bench                Medium. Like New. Worn               Men’s Skis                            $500                                                     if new. All three for $400            Commercial
          $40                           Or 774-402-1274               One Or Twice. Length 30”          Dynastar Skis & Boots,              508-347-5725
                                                                                                                                                                            Snowblower                      Call (508)832-5546                    Freezer
      413-262-9990                                                   (Collar To Hem), Shoulders                Size 10                                                   Snapper 8HP 26” $500                                                    Excellent Condition
                                          HONDA                           19”, Sleeves 25”,
                                                                             Bust 40-42”
                                                                                                                                                Piano                            Washer                    Stereo System                                $150
       Exercise                         GENERATOR                             $250 OBO
                                                                                                                                            By Baldwin                  Maytag, Heavy Duty $100            Onkyo Components With                   413-245-3429
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bose Acoustimas Speakers
      Equipment                           3000 Watts
                                                                           Leave Message                  Microwave                           With Bench                          Dryer                            $350                      Used Restaurant
   Weider weight bench,                                                                                                                    Excellent Condition           Whirlpool, Electric $100
                                      Like New, Super Quiet.                                           $30. Large capacity air                                                                              Call (508)943-0089
   preacher curl and leg                                                                              conditioner, $100. Ladies                $500 OBO                   Entertainment Center                                                 Equipment
extension with Olympic bar.                  $1650                     Large Double                                                          508-943-6654                     Solid Oak $100                                                     10-50% Off Our
295lbs of weight, $250. 50lb       2006 THULE TRAILER                 Stainless-Steel
                                                                                                      size 6 Harley boots, $50.
                                                                                                     Men’s leather jacket, small,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Storm Windows                          Purchase Price
                                                                                                                                                                             Queen-Sized Bed                (2) 31 1/2” x 38” High
punching bag, $50. Curl bar,
   85lbs or weight, $40.
                                        (Enclosed)                         Sink                        $75. Bread maker, $15.                   Piano                         Solid Oak $200              (1) 33 1/2” x 49 3/4” High               Refrigeration
                                      Aluminum, Dual Axle,                                           Toaster oven, $15. Fold-up          Maghogany, Werlitzer                                             (3) 30 1/4” x 49 3/4” High                                                     REDUCED!                            rocker, $100.              Spinnet, With Bench. Good         Triple Dresser w/Mirror                                                 6 Burner Stove
                                         GVW 6000 lbs.                                                                                                                             $150                   (2) 21 1/2” x 49 3/4” High
   or 508-637-1046                   Model #C65X12238200,              w/Faucet & Sprayer               Call (774)745-0153                     Condition.                                                                                       Convection Oven
                                                                                                                                                                         Sterns & Foster Mattress                 $80 For All                  Bar Top & Barstools
                                        Under 200 Miles.                   43” x 22”                                                              $800                                                          (Or $10 Each)
  Farm Equipment                             $5250                              $75                        Motorcycle                   Includes Training Books                  New $400
                                                                                                                                                                                                               860-974-0083                          Freezers
           Harrow                      Mike 860-935-0072                                                                                    508-987-8885                   Computer Desk $100                                                         Sinks
   Deere 5-Foot, 3-Point                                                                                    Clothes                         Call After 5pm
                                                                        508-735-9493                 Men’s Large Leather Jacket                                                 Shop Smith                          Stove                         508-347-5503
                                          Hot Tub                                                    Women’s Small & Medium                                                 w/Accessories $500
     Cultivator Toolbar            ‘07 model; 6 person, 32 jets,                                          Leather Jackets             Prom Dress Sale                        Joiner/Planer $75                    $300 OBO                        Vintage
  5-Foot, 5-Spring Tine,             with all options. Waterfall,       Light-Weight                   Chaps, Vests, Pants,           Current Gowns-Daughter is            LCD Monitor 17” $75                Excellent Condition              Coin-Operated
   2 Hiller Discs, 3-Point                                                                             Shoulder Bag, Boots,
                                   aroma-therapy, lighting, with
                                     cover, full warranty. Brand
                                                                           Scooter                            Helmet.
                                                                                                                                      Senior. Sizes 6-8. Originally
                                                                                                                                       priced from $200-$300.
                                                                                                                                                                               Maple Dresser                    508-304-3141
                                                                                 &                      Excellent Condition                                               Two w/Hutch $50 Each
      Lime Spreader                new in wrapper. Cost $7000,                                                                         Some shoes and jewelry.                                            Super Speedway                     Complete and Working
Tow-Behind, Ground Driven.                 sell for $3800.                Electric                          Reasonable!                        Cash only.                   Call 774-262-3336                                                      With 100
            $150                      Call (860)244-9544                 Wheelchair
                                                                                                       Roger 508-892-1701                Call (508)832-9981                   Leave Message                   Tickets                         45 RPM Selections
                                                                                                                                                                                                                New Hampshire                  Prices range from
                                        HP Scanner                            For Sale               Moving Must Sell                      Pub/Bar Set                            Sofa                          Motor Speedway
                                                                             $500 Each                                                                                  96 Inches Long, 8 Cushion,              June 28th Race                  $675 to $2900
      Grooming                                $50                          (508)987-3143              Garden Leisure 6 Seater         Mahogany Braided Edge               Mixed Color. Very Good            All Seats Are Top Row,
                                             Also:                                                      Hot Tub with lounger,         Table With Center Wine                    Condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Also Available
      Equipment                        Custom Made Moses                                                     $3800/BO.                  Rack. Includes Two                   $199 OBO (Cash)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   4th Turn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Call Bob
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Assorted Coin-Operated
1 Romani Grand Daddy Dryer                                                                           Weider Pro 9940 dual weight          Barstool Chairs,                                                                                    Cocktail Video Games
   1 Romani Clipper Vac
                                            Baskets.                   Mint Condition                       bench, $150.
                                                                                                                                                                              508-347-3280                       508-943-8295
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and Vintage Pinball
                                         (508)765-7322                                                                                 Beautifully Designed,
       (B&B Model)
    1 42 Inch Hydraulic
                                                                       Handicapped                        Trampoline, $75.             Fabric Still Covered In            Stainless Steel                Technics Keyboard                      And Much More!
      Grooming Table               Jazzy Power Chair                      Scooter                       Brand new computer              Plastic, Brand New.                 Bird Cage                     SX-KN 5000 with bench and
   1 Hydro Surge Bather                  Only Used Once!              $1,200 Or Best Offer                 armoire, $450.                   Asking $400                (17inx17inx36in) $50. Leave       stand. Programmed-excellent             508-335-1973
  Asking $2500 For All                   Selling For $799            Call Between 3pm-5pm                    Please call                    Please Call                     message for “Doc”                   condition. $800.                For Appointment
     508-987-2419                         774-230-9321                    (508)949-7638                    (508)404-5470                   508-987-2798                      (860)974-9973                  Call (508)885-4777                 Located In Webster

                                                                          130 YARD SALES                            205 BOATS                                       265 FUEL/WOOD                    285 PET CARE                130 YARD SALES                   130 YARD SALES
      010 FOR SALE                       100 GENERAL                        Third Annual              2004 Sweetwater                                             Pellet Stove                    Brand New
 Vintage Cameras
                                                                            Wallace Road
                                                                                                        Pontoon Boat                                            Whitfield Tradition             Mobile Grooming                                 NOW AVAILABLE
And Movie Camera                     105 BULLETIN BOARD                  YARD SALE                    Well kept, 20 foot, seats 11.                                By Lennox                          Van!
  With Projectors                                                       From The Beginning
                                                                            To The End!
                                                                                                      25 Yamaha 4 stroke/< 100
                                                                                                        hours. Asking $9750.
                                                                                                                                                                 Free-Standing, Cast Iron,
                                                                                                                                                                Hunter Green Enamel Finish.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Awesome Dog Mobile              King-Sized Line Ads
       Vintage Radios                   15 PEOPLE                                                          Call (508)344-3075                                   Replaced With Larger Stove.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Grooming by Lisa Hynes
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Low Stress, Caring
    100’s Of LP Records
                                         WANTED                             Wallace Road                                                                          Completely Refurbished          Attention, Experienced                     BIGGER SPACE!!!
    Over 50-Year Old RC
                                      To Lose Up To 30 Lbs.
                                                                           Sturbridge, MA                 2006 Bayliner                                          To New Condition. Works            Quality Grooming.                         BIGGER TEXT!!!
   Allen Adding Machine                                                   ONE DAY ONLY!                                                                            Perfectly, 6 Years Old.       Lisa Has Sold Her Shop
  Photo Security System,
                                           In 30 Days!                  Saturday, April 25th              185 Runabout                                                     $1800                  And Has Gone Mobile!                     Get Yourself Noticed!
                                        100% Guaranteed!                     8am-3pm                  135 I/O HP w/extended swim                                   Call 508-234-8139   
      complete with all                Dr. Recommended!                                                  platform, custom cover,                                                                     774-200-5512
 necessary items including
       plastic holders
                                         (508)765-9045                  Antiques, Furniture,            trailer, coast guard safety                                                                                                       As Low As $10 Extra
                                         Toys, & Decorative Items         package, used at most 20                                         283 PETS
   Video security system                                                                                      hours. $13,750.                                                                                                                  Per Week
 complete with two videos                                                    Yard Sale                     Call (508)868-1972                                    A CHANCE FOR LIFE                                                        (Conditions Apply, Call For Details)
  and two cameras and all              107 MISC. FREE                                                                                                               NEEDED FOR                    Collinswood
     necessary cables.                                                       Baby Things!
                                                                          Toys, Kid’s Clothes,
                                                                                                        2006 Polar Kraft                                          BEAUTIFUL CATS                  K-9 Services
  (Camel) Neon Sign - 50                                                                                Kodiak V178 SC                                                & DOGS                                                                                       286 LIVESTOCK
   Years Old - Still In its
        Original Box
                                   FREE WOOD                              Strollers, Car Seat,
                                                                        Other Household Items.               Great Family Boat.
                                                                                                          Tubing, Skiing, Fishing.
                                                                                                                                                                Tested, vetted, and ready for                                      285 PET CARE
                                                                                                                                                                love. Please consider these,
   Many Old Tools, Over
        50 Years Old
                                    PALLETS                                 Scheduled For:
                                                                           April 25th & 26th              ◊ 17’8”, 92” Beam
                                                                                                          ◊ Yahama F115
                                                                                                                                                                    “homeless” pets for
                                                                                                                                                                          adoption.                                                                            Tall Pine
                                   You pick up. Monday thru                   10am-4pm
      508-335-1973                                                                                        ◊ Sips Gas                                               SECOND CHANCE
    For Appointment
   Located In Webster
                                      Friday 8am-noon.
                                      Stonebridge Press
                                       25 Optical Drive
                                                                        Raindate: May 2nd & 3rd
                                                                           57 Wagher Road
                                                                                                          ◊ Trailers Easily
                                                                                                          ◊ MinnKota Trolling
                                                                                                            (70lb thrust)
                                                                                                                                                                   ANIMAL SHELTER
                                                                                                                                                                   Call 508-867-5525
                                                                         N.Grosvenordale, CT                                                          
                                   (located behind Southbridge                                            ◊ This Boat Is Loaded!
                                    Hotel & Conference Center)
       WANTED                                                                                                    $16,000                                             AKC Beagle
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Exceptional boarding
 1953 Worcester Junior                                                  200 GEN. BUSINESS                                                                                                          environment with
                                       109 MUSIC/ARTS                                                          508-527-3820                                           Puppies                    unique daycare setting
   College Class Ring
     508-791-7406                                                                                                                                                Good Bloodlines, Adorable,
                                                                         203 SNOWMOBILES                25 Foot Godfrey                                            Smart, Well Socialized.           Monday-Friday
                                          Let Me                                                                                                                    Great Family Dogs!              daycare available
 Wedding Dress                           Help You!                       1998 Arctic Cat                Sanpan Pontoon                                                  Vet Checked.
  In sealed box. White with                                                   440                            Boat                                                      Ready 4/15/09
                                                                                                                                                                                                 State of the art indoor
                                                                                                                                                                                                    training facility
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               New Owners!
   veil, worn once. $200 or          Record Your CD                   $2000. 2000 Arctic Cat 600        115 HP Yamaha outboard                                  Parents On Premises. Private
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  New Energy!                   Riding Lessons
           best offer.                  Individuals/Groups            ZRT $4500. 2002 Arctic Cat         engine, Royal aluminum                                  Breeder. 3 Male, 2 Female.       Group or private day                                           For All Ages
    Call (508)248-6601                     Of All Kinds!               Thundercat $5500. All run       canopy with skylights, dual                                      $400 & $450               and evening classes              New Stuff!
                                             $30/Hour                           great.                    batteries with switch,                                       508-949-7040                                                                                  Hunt Seat,
White Wedding                         (Block Rates Available)            Call (508)949-0482            docking lights, S/S ladder,
                                                                                                           Ski tow bar. $9600.                                   Chinese Crested
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Agility obedience and             Boarding                    Dressage & Western
    Gown                                       Also:
                                                                           2002 Polaris                    Call (508)943-5682                                        Puppies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Luxury suites,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               walks, treats, & one on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Announcing Our NEW
                                      Private & Professional                                                                                                                                      Puppy Kindergarten                                              AFTERSCHOOL
 Never Worn                           Drum Lessons                           Edge X                   71 Chris Craft 31ft                                         Hairless & Powder-Puff            Starting Soon              one playtimes available.             BEGINNING
 Size 8, long sleeves beaded                                             Electric Start, Reverse,                                                                  Sweet, Loveable Toy
  and lace. Terra mid length                Call Jim At
                                                                          2992 N. Maine Miles.
                                                                                                      Flybridge Cruiser                                           Hypo-Allergenic Breed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Beginner Obedience              Natural foods                  RIDING PROGRAM
vale, cathedral vale, slip. Paid        Sharp Recording                      $2800 Or BRO              twin 327 engines sleeps 6,                                 For More Information
$1400 for all, asking $800 or               Service                                                     full head and shower, all                                     401-397-6499
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Starting Soon                     Reiki                           Pony Pals
        best offer. Call                 508-765-0802                                                       fiberglass. $7350.                                                                                                  Flower Essences                 4-7 Year Olds, 4-6pm
                                                                      1996 Skidoo MXZ 583                  Call (508)333-1790                                                                        Beginner Agility                                            Starting April 21st
     (508)-365-8528                                                                                                                                                                                Feng Shui
                                                                          3717 N. Maine Miles.                                                                   LOOKING FOR A                        Starting Soon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               And For Riders 8 To 15:
     Women’s &
                                                                              Runs Great.                     Larson 1997                                           PUPPY?
                                         110 NOVENAS                         $1800 Or BRO
                                                                                                                Ski-Boat                                                                                                            Daycare                    Young Equestrians
   Teen’s Clothing                                                           508-949-7388              19 Foot, With Volvo Penta
                                                                                                                                                                  Come visit out country            New Competition               Daily/weekly rates            Riding Program
 Times Are Tough, Money’s             PRAYER TO THE                                                                                                             kennel in Charlton. Various           Obedience
                                                                                                          Engine. With Trailer.
 Short. I Have An Array Of            BLESSED VIRGIN                    2005 Arctic Cat                                                                         purebred and mixed breed                                                                          Now Accepting
   Clothes, All In Excellent                                            F7 Snowmobile
                                                                                                                                                                puppies. Shots, dewormed,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       All Breed                    Training                    Applications For Our
    Condition. Handbags,           (Never known to fail). Oh                                                                                                       vet checked, health                                            Basic-Advanced               Summer Horse Camp!
    Boots, Sweaters, Etc.          most beautiful flower of Mt.         Low Miles, Real Fast.
                                                                                                                260 ANTIQUES
                                                                                                                                                                        guaranteed.                    Grooming                   Group or private
    LOW LOW Prices!                Carmel, fruitful vine, splen-
                                   dor of Heaven, Blessed                2005 Arctic Cat
                                                                                                                                                                  Credit cards accepted.
                                                                                                                                                                  Monthly Payment Plan
       I’m A Call Away                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           508.248.9993
        508-278-5745               Mother of the Son of God,              440 Z-Model                                                                                    Available                “It’s all about the
Women’s Burberry
                                   Immaculate Virgin, assist me
                                   in this my necessity. Oh Star          Snowmobile                    Route 169                                                    (508)248-1184                      dogs!”                 Experienced caring staff
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tours 10am-4pm               295 BUILDING SUPPLIES
                                   of the Sea, help me and
                                   show me herein, you are my
                                                                           Like Brand New!
                                                                           $7500 For Both
                                                                                                        Antiques                                                  Lovebird Cages
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Call Terri               Other times by appt.
  Trenchcoat                       mother, Oh Holy Mary, Moth-
                                                                            508-987-9313                      884 Worcester                                                                        508-832-9394                        please!                 Harvey Windows
                                   er of God, Queen of Heaven                                                                                                     Many Types, Includes A                                                                         New - Still Wrapped
  Size 14L, Tan, w/Zip-Out         and Earth, I humbly beseech                                                   Street,                                                                           or visit our website
 Lining. Excellent Condition.      you from the bottom of my          204 WATER EQUIPMENT                    Southbridge MA
                                                                                                                                                                   Variety Of Bird Toys.
                                                                                                                                                                 Breeding Boxes, Supplies          508-987-0077                      (2) Big 41 1/2 x 57
            $500                   heart, succor me in this ne-                                                                                                                                                                205 Federal Hill                   R.O. Double Hung,
                                   cessity. There are none that        1994 Sea-Doo                        Looking to purchase                                        & Information.
                                                                                                                                                                  All Offers Considered.                                                                              Vinyl, White
 Women’s Burberry                  can withstand your call. Oh,       Bombardier SP94                           antiques and
                                                                                                                                                                    All Calls Returned.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Road                            Both For $300
    Prorsum                        show me herein, you are my
                                                                        With Trailer
                                                                                                         collectibles, single items
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Oxford, MA                         508-278-7835
   Dress Coat                      mother. Oh, Mary conceived
                                                                       Excellent Condition, Runs
                                                                                                             or entire estates.
                                                                                                                                                                        Spencer                     FAN-C-PET        
                                   without sin, pray for us who                                            We buy it all also do
    Size 14 Petite, Brown,
                                   have recourse to thee. (3          Great. Seat Just Recovered,         on site estate sales and
                                                                                                                                                                      774-745-0173                   Mobile                                                     298 WANTED TO BUY
     Excellent Condition.                                              Low Hours On Jet Pump.
                                   times) Holy Mary I place this                                              estate auctions.                                                                   Grooming Salon
                                   cause in your hands (3              Has Been Winterized, Will                                                                    Pure Bred

Women’s Designer
                                   times). Sweet Mother I pray
                                   for this cause in your hands.
                                   (3 times). Holy Spirit, resolve
                                                                              Need Cover.
                                                                                Call Deb
                                                                                                         Call anytime, Mike
                                                                                                           508-765-9512                                              Puppies
                                                                                                                                                                Over thirty breeds available.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Vicki Kelley
   Clothing                        all problems, light all roads             508-965-7077
                                                                                                                                                                Health checked/guaranteed.            Groomer                                                  ROSS RECYCLING
   Shoes &
                                   so that I can attain my goal.
                                   You gave me the divine gift
                                   to forgive and forget all evil
                                                                              205 BOATS
                                                                       14 Foot V-Bottom
                                                                                                             265 FUEL/WOOD
                                                                                                                                                                      State licensed.
                                                                                                                                                                 Laughlin Kennel
                                                                                                                                                                                                      20 Years Exp.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   “We Go Right to               TAIL                              We Pay More!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                All Scrap Metals,
                                                                                                        2 Cords Of Wood
     Shoes, Sizes 5-11
    Clothing Sizes 0-12
                                   against me in all instances of
                                   my life, you are with me. I
                                   want this short prayer to
                                                                       Boat With Trailer
                                                                      25 HP Johnson Two-Stroke.
                                                                                                                  $125 Each
                                                                                                               Must Be Removed
                                                                                                                                                                  Call 508-987-7161
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Your Door”
                                                                                                                                                                                                    508-987-2419                 DOG                               Cars, Trucks
     40 Plus Crates!!!
     Excellent Second
      Hand Condition.
                                   thank you for all things as
                                   you confirm once again that I
                                   never want to be separated
                                                                             Many Extras.
                                                                             $1750 OBO
                                                                                                                 From Cellar
                                                                                                                                                                     (Little Lassie)                                           TRAINING                           Copper Wire,
   Over 300 Pair Designer                                                                                                                                          Three And A Half Year
                                   from you even in spite of ma-
                                   terial things. I wish to be             16 Foot                          A. Jeffers                                              Old Male. Paid $750                                        •Lessons Taught                   64 Tucker Hill Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                       Sell For $500
   Many High-End Items.
                                   with you in eternal glory.
                                   Thank you for your mercy to-       Whitewater Canoe                     Tree Service                                                 Call Richard                                            Conveniently In                  Putnam, CT 06260
                                   ward me and mine. The per-          “Dagger Reflection” Model

                                                                                                               Tree Removals
                                                                                                                                                                       508-885-9046                                             Your Home
 Women’s Escada                    son must say this prayer              Red, Good Condition.
                                                                                                                   Logging                                                                                                     •All Breeds, All Ages
   Coat/Jacket                     three consecutive days. Af-                  $300                                                                             Shih Tzu Puppies
                                   ter three days the request               860-774-2502                       Land Clearing
                                                                                                                                                                     For Sale                   Going... Going...
   Cashgora/Angora Wool,
  Gold Color. US Size 10 Or
                                   will be granted. This prayer
                                                                          16’ Hurricane
                                                                                                                                                                 2 Males, 1 Female. 2 Solid     Gone to the Dogs               •Humane Methods                          $$$$
                                   must be published after the                                                    $175/Cord
   12, Excellent Condition.                                                                                                                                      Golds And 1 Gold Brindle.      Training and behavior
                                   prayer is granted. Thank                  Tri-Hull                           WOOD LOTS                                        Ready To Go Home. They                                        •Obedience
                                   you.                R.G.           Ford 2.3L I/O, trailer, $2500                WANTED                                       Have Had All Of Their Shots.
                                                                                                                                                                                                management in your
                                                                            Trolling Motor,                   FREE ESTIMATES                                    They Are Paper Trained And               home.                 •Behavior
  Women’s Riding                                                       Electric Winch, Evinrude              Call (774)239-0285                                   Crate Trained. Very Well         Positive methods             Modification
                                       130 YARD SALES                     Tanks, Bimini Top,
                                                                                                             Antique 1892
                                                                                                                                                                  Socialized With Kids And
                                                                                                                                                                  Dogs. Are Used To Being
                                                                                                                                                                                                          used.                                                   CASH PAID
   Size Small Walter Dyer
                                                                         '96 Conversion Van,
                                                                           Black Water Pipe,                   Kitchen                                          Groomed. They Love To Be
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Certified Pet Dog             Certified Pet                     For your unwanted
  Chaps, Medium Gloves,                INSIDE                             Gas Grill, Chiminea.                                                                   Held, Kissed And Hugged.        trainer and member
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dog Trainer                      musical instruments
Fringe Coat With Two Liners         RUMMAGE SALE                                                             Wood Stove                                                     $700                         APDT                                                       in any condition!
 (Medium), Harley Helmet                        And
                                                                            518-480-1143                 Magee Mystic Kitchen                                   Please Call 860-377-9419
                                                                                                                                                                           Or Visit              Call Renelle at                Member of the                 *Guitars*Amplifiers*Drums*
          (Small).                                                                                    Coal/Wood Stove. With Side                                                                                                                                   *Saxes*Trumpets*
    Excellent Condition.               OUTSIDE                         17 Foot Glastron                Copper Water Reservoir. 6                                 508-892-1850                       APDT                      *Keyboards*Pro Audio*Etc.*
      $275 CASH ONLY                FURNITURE SALE                      Sierra 177 4.3                      Burners, Oven.                                         For More Information                   email:                                                 Call: 508-765-9352
       508-341-9282                    Saturday, April 25th             Mercruiser I/O                      Good Condition                                                                          Call Diane at                      Open Mon-Sat
                                            8am-2pm                      Only 156 Hours On
                                                                                                      Approx 30” Deep x 54” Wide.
                                                                                                                                                                 Spencer Animal                                                 508-832-9588                            (10-6)
 Women’s Salvatore                        Rain Or Shine                        Engine                                                                               Control                                                                                       339 Main Street
    Ferragamo                          Sturbridge Federated             Power Steering, Trim
                                                                                                              Call Nancy
                                                                                                            508-867-3900                                          Desperately needs
                                                                                                                                                                                                      J&L                                                      Southbridge, MA 01550
  Leather Blazer                              Church                   Control, AM/FM Radio,                                                                       homes for many                   Pet Sitting                                        
      Jacket                           Maple St & Rte. 131
                                       (Next To Sturbridge
                                                                      Soft Top, Mooring Cover,             Country Tree                                          abandoned cats and                  Service
        Soft, Buttery,                                                 w/Glastron Trailer, Skis,               128 Cubic Feet                                                                                                     286 LIVESTOCK
    Golden Brown Color.
                                          Town Library)
                                         Bargains Galore!
                                                                      Vest & Etc., Maintenance              Green Firewood $125                                   sometimes kittens.               Professional at Home                                           CASH PAID
    Excellent Condition.                                               Manuals and Supplies                         Also:                                          Shots, wormed,               Pet Sitting and Dog Walking                                    For Coins And Jewelry
         Size 6 Or 8                                                                                                                                               leukemia tested,
            $200                      MOVING SALE                              $8000
                                                                         For More Info Call
                                                                                                                TREE WORK
                                                                                                                                                                 spayed & neutered.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Member of National
                                                                                                                                                                                                Association of Professional    Bagged Shavings                     Buying/Selling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Gold & Silver
       860-974-9946                    Saturday and Sunday                  413-245-7501                             Call Nate                                   Call 508-885-2306                        Pet Sitters             Kiln-Dried Pine
                                          April 25th & 26th                                                        774-272-5808                                                                                                                                One Piece Or Collection
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Established 1996              Paper Bags.
     Wood Stove                            133 Main Street                                                EPA Program Qualified                                   284 LOST & FOUND              Certified • Bonded • Insured                                   Lee’s Coins & Jewelry
Osburn 1100, Free Standing                   Oxford, MA                    1980 Galaxy                          E-Classic                                               PETS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3.25 Cubic Feet               239 West Main Street
  With Legs. 38,000 BTU.              Furniture, TV’s, Kitchen              Bowrider                   OUTDOOR WOOD                                                                                                            $4.75 Each (No Limit)               East Brookfield
  Used, But In Very Good              Items, Pictures, Lamps,                                                                                                         LOST CAT                                                                                    (Route 9 - Panda
Condition (Switching To Gas)             Air Conditioner And
                                                                       17’ Ski/Fishing., Fiberglass
                                                                         Hull, I/O Merc Cruiser
                                                                                                          FURNACE                                                  From New Home                                                     Pick Up In                    Garden Plaza)
        Works Great.                                                                                      From Central Boiler.
         $400 OBO
                                            Much More...                 Engine. Includes Cover
                                                                               And Trailer.
                                                                            Good Condition.
                                                                                                      Meets 2010 emissions limits.
                                                                                                           Makes less smoke
                                                                                                                                                                   Last Seen Tuesday, 4/7,
                                                                                                                                                                     On Clemence Hill In
                                                                                                                                                                                                Tall Pine                         West Brookfield
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Rock Valley Farm

     Wood Stove
                                         Multi Family
                                          Yard Sale
                                                                             Asking $2500
                                                                                                         and burns less wood.
                                                                                                          Call 508-882-0178.
                                                                                                                                                                    Dark Tiger, With Extra
                                                                                                                                                                 Front Toes. Neutered Male.
                                                                                                                                                                       Please Call
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Farm &                            508-867-2508                   Comic Books
                                        Saturday, April 25th                                                                                                                                                                                                        Bought
    Small, Pedestal-Style
   With Glass Door. Black.
    Will Fit 16 Inch Logs.
                                         Potter Farm Road
                                                                      1987 25 Ft Marlin
                                                                        Cabin Cruise
                                                                                                             Cut & Split
                                                                                                                                                                       Very Friendly
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Kennel                                                           By Collector
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Going Away?                                                     Pre-1970
  Good For Small Ranch Or
                                            Auburn, MA
                                     (From Route 20 To South
                                       Street, South 1/2 Mile,
                                                                         260 HP, I/O Merc.,
                                                                       Runs, Needs Little TLC
                                                                                                              Per Cord
                                                                                                            128 cubic feet                                         MISSING DOG                        Where Is                   HORSE                           All Kinds Wanted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 High Prices Paid
    Excellent Condition.                                                    $5200 OBO                        Green $170                                                                            Your Dog Going?
   New Glass & Fire-Brick
         This Winter
                                       To Potter Farm Road,
                                           Follow Signs.)
                                                                            With Trailer                   Seasoned $230
                                                                                                                                                                Female Border Collie, Black
                                                                                                                                                                  & White With Blue Eye.
                                                                                                                                                                  Lost In South Spencer,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CAMP                             860-779-0265
             $300                                                        1978 22 Ft Searay             Tree-Length $100/Cord                                         Around 4/6/09.                                                          Looking For Old
                                                                           Cabin Cruise                    FREE Delivery For
       860-974-9946                   Multi-Family                    Needs Motor & Outdrive,         Brimfield & 15-Mile Radius.
                                                                                                                                                                   Wearing Red Collar.
                                                                                                                                                                     406-426-0911                                              Rock Wall Climbing                   DeWalt
                                       Yard Sale                      No Trailer. Needs Work.             Delivery Charge For                                                                                                    Moon Bounce                    Radial Arm Saw
     Wood Stove                                                                 $200                          Other Areas.                                             REWARD!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Gem Mining
Vermont Castings Resolute             Saturday, April 25th                                                     Call Pete                                                                                                           Hay Rides                       (10 Inch)
          $1595                            9am-2pm                      1990 Kawasaki 650                    508-612-7338                                            285 PET CARE                                                                                The Older The Better.
    Call 508-347-3292                   413 Linwood Ave                      TS Jetski                                                                                                                                            Petting Zoo                  Must Have Solid Cast Arm,
     Leave Message                        Whitinsville                      Needs Work.                         FIREWOOD                                                                                                          Pony Rides                    And Motor Must Run.
                                     Wine Stand, Household,                  $300 OBO                       Cut, Split & Delivered                              Apple Acres                        Dog Boarding In A
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Country Setting             Moo-Choo Train                      Contact Neil At
   Wood-Burning                                                                                          Green Or Seasoned                                                                                                        Pedal Carts
   Airtight Stove
                                    Decorative, Arts & Crafts,
                                    Workshop, And Numerous
                                                                           508-981-6400                 WOOD LOTS WANTED                                          Kennel                            BOOK NOW!!!                    Hay Climb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Thank You!
                                          Other Items.                                                               Call Paul                                    • Newly rubber-matted           Small Kennel, Your Dog          AND MORE!
                                                                      1992 Bass Tracker                            508-769-2351                                       sleeping areas.             Gets Individualized Care
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   WAR RELICS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Trail Rides
         WebTV 2                     Rutland 13th                      16’ Evinrude 20HP Motor,
                                                                        Trolling Motor & Trailer.
                                                                                                                   508-987-5349                                  • Large individual runs,         • Experienced Staff
                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Large Play Yard            June Through August                         &
            $75                                                                                                                                                  outdoor exercise pens,
                                     Annual Town                              RUNS GOOD.                                                                               country walks              • Grooming Available             Friday 3-7                  WAR SOUVENIRS
        508-234-2779                                                       Asking $3495.
                                    Wide Yard Sale                                                                                                                                                   Make Sure Your            Saturday & Sunday
       XBOX 360                       Saturday, April 25
                                                                         Call (508)476-2534                 Firewood                                                   • Large indoor
                                                                                                                                                                          play area                   Dog Gets A                      12-7                            WANTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WWII & EARLIER
                                            8am-???                                                             Green, $135                                         •Bathing available              Fun, Peaceful,
20GB hard drive 2 wireless
                                    Maps available on town
                                    common (Routes 56 &
                                                                       1992 Sunbird                            128 cubic feet.                                            Open M-F
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Country Vacation
                                                                                                                                                                                                  We’re Filling Up
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Stowe                           CA$H WAITING!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I’ll Come To You At
   controllers, 1 wireless
                                                                      19’ with trailer                   (508)476-3073                                                                                                                                            Your Convenience.
headset, 2 games, (Skate &
Halo). Excellent condition, 2
                                     122A) and town lines
                                      starting at 7:15am.
                                     Over 180 participants
                                                                     Cuddy cabin, fully equipped,
                                                                         low hours on engine.                  or
                                                                                                                                                                    Saturday & Sunday
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Fast!!!                     Farm                         Over 30 Years Experience.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Call: 1-508-688-0847
 month old. Asking $450
           for all.                     and lots of fun!             Very good condition. $7,900.        (774)696-7879                                            Call (508)865-2227
                                                                                                                                                                                                     (508)865-9860                        All Calls Promptly
    Call (508)278-3317                   Rain or Shine                    Call 508-885-3689                                                                                                       508.248.9993                                                           Returned.
                                                                                                                                                                               APRIL, 22, 2009   ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ A STONEBRIDGE PRESS PUBLICATION ☎ 5

 298 WANTED TO BUY               310 GENERAL HELP              402 GENERAL SERVICES            402 GENERAL SERVICES            333 SURROGATE                       333 SURROGATE                   310 GENERAL HELP                  310 GENERAL HELP
                                     WANTED                                                                                      MOTHERS                             MOTHERS                           WANTED                            WANTED

                                                                       Custom Kitchen                                                                     Surrogate                                 Graphic Design/Pagination
                                                                             &                                                                             Mothers                                     Stonebridge Press is currently seeking
                                                                                                                                                                                                      a P/T Graphic Design/Page Layout artist.
                                                                        Counter Tops                                                                       Wanted                                   Position available immediately. Quark Xpress
                                                                                                                                                                                                    experience is a must. Pagination experience
     SILVER                                                           FREE Consultation                                                            Established Surrogacy Program seeks
                                                                                                                                                      loving women to carry couples’
                                                                                                                                                                                                     is a plus but will train the right candidate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Must be available to work flexible hours,
   Paying $11-$250
                                 Become A                          Low Production Cabinet Pricing!                                                  biological babies. 21-44, prior birth
                                                                                                                                                    experience required, non-smokers,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday through Wednesday .
        And Up!                   Dental                                        Yankee Cabinetry                                                          generous compensation.                              Please forward resume to:
  Buying Silver Coins                                                            508-987-5155                                                 1-888-363-9457
     Before 1964,                Assistant                                                                                                                                      Or by mail to:
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Julie Clarke, c/o Stonebridge Press,
     Silver Eagles,
 Gold Coins & Jewelry.            In Just                                                                                                   Melissa B. Brisman, Esq., LLC
                                                                                                                                     77 Market St., 2nd Floor, Park Ridge, NJ 07656                     25 Elm St., Southbridge, MA 01550
                                                                 310 GENERAL HELP              320 MEDICAL/DENTAL                                                                                                 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!!!
   We Operate By The
     “Golden Rule”               120 Days!                           WANTED                      Personal Care             402 GENERAL SERVICES                        454 HOME
                                 A Career You Can                                                                                                                    IMPROVEMENT
 FREE Honest Appraisals
                                  Smile About...               Mystery Shoppers                Attendant Needed                                                                                   505 APARTMENTS FOR                505 APARTMENTS FOR
    L&L Coin                                                    Earn Up To $100 Per Day!          For 42 Year Old Male          J&D Revell
                                • Evening Classes                                                                                                                                                       RENT                              RENT
    508-450-1282                • Tuition Payment
                                                                  Undercover Shoppers
                                                                Needed To Judge Retail &
                                                                                                Quadriplegic. 9am-1pm,
                                                                                                Monday Through Friday.
                                                                                                                                  & Son                            PAINTING
                                  Plans                           Dining Establishments.            $11.60 Per Hour.           Tree Service                                                                                                 Dudley
Winter Pool Cover               • In-Office Real World
                                                                 Experience Not Required
                                                                                                 Experience Necessary.
                                                                                                  Call For Appointment
                                                                                                                                 Fully Insured
                                                                                                                                                                               Exterior           *Southbridge*                        3 Room 1 Bedroom
                                                                                                                               FREE Estimates
     Wanted                                                                                          508-943-8385                                                                                    Beautiful area near                2 Room Efficiency
        16’x36’ or                N.E. Dental                                                                                   508-400-0459                      Power Washing                    town central/post-of-                   $550/Month
    16’x32’ With Stairs         Assistant School                                                                                508-779-0045                      • FREE ESTIMATES •                 fice, large, peaceful         Both Are First Floor. Clean &
     508-461-9477                120 Stafford Street,              NOW HIRING                                                       $75 Off                         • FULLY Insured •               2-bedroom home on                 Good Area. Off-Street
                                     Suite #201                        FOR                        400 SERVICES              Estimates Over $500!                  • Reasonable Rates •                  private street,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Parking, Coin-Op On
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Premises. Includes Stove,
                                   Worcester, MA                   Pizza Maker                                                                                         Call Rich                          appliances                   Refrigerator, Trash
 300 HELP WANTED                                                                                                                  508-248-7314                    w/dishwasher, oil-heat,              Removal & Utilities.
                                                                    Line Cook                                                   My House                                                          fire-place, porch facing              No Pets/Smokers
                                508-425-6644                        Waitstaff                     400 SERVICES                                                 28 Years of Experience             brook, nice yard, on/off            First/Last & Security
     305 BUSINESS                 Call Now For More                                                                             Husband                           Rich O’Brien                          street parking.              Reference/Credit Check
                                     Information.               Experience Preferred                                              Your Home                                                                                              508-949-3044
     OPPORTUNITIES                                                Weekends A Must              402 GENERAL SERVICES          Improvement Specialist                 Painting                         Please call
                                    Rated One Of
                                      The Top 10                  Apply In Person                                                Maintenance                                                       (508)579-4809                            Dudley
   New England                     Recession-Proof                 Village Pizza                                                   Repairs                       457 LAWN/GARDEN            
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            For Rent
    Business                           Careers!!!                 487 Main Street                     A&H                        Remodeling
                                                                                                                                  Carpentry                          Carrier
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Two Bedroom
   Educational                                                    Sturbridge, MA
     Systems                                                        (508)347-8177                     JUNK                         Flooring
                                                                                                                                                                   Landscaping                         Brookfield                            $650
                                BEEN HOPING FOR                   Ask For Ted Or Bob                                                                               Irrigation Systems               Duplex Apartment                    Three Bedroom
      NEBES offers quick
      professional career       A GREAT CAREER                                                   REMOVAL                          Plumbing
                                                                                                                               Contact Your Local
                                                                                                                                                                Night Lighting Systems           Kitchen, Dining Area, Living
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Room, Two Bedrooms, One
                                                                                                                                                                    Planting Designs                                                      $700-$900
   focused training which
    will prepare you for a
                                                               Office Supervisor                 MASONRY                      Service Professional
                                                                                                                                                               Walkways & Patio Pavers            And One Half Bathrooms,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Please Call
   new in demand career.        THIS IS IT!                     Small, Southbridge-Based
                                                                 Company Looking To Fill         MOVING                       myhousehusband1@
                                                                                                                                                              Interlocking Retaining Walls
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Walk-Out Basement To
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Private Parking Area.              508-943-1685
 Professor Russel Bedard                                                                                                                                                                                 $800/Month
    states, “Our goal is to                                    Full-Time Office Supervisory
                                                                                                CLEANING &                                                      Graduate Of Stockbridge
                                                                                                                                                                  School Of Agriculture                  Plus Utilities.                    Dudley
     improve our client’s                                           Position. Successful                                                                                                             No Pets Or Smoking             One Bedroom Apartment.
                                                                 Candidate Will Have Full                                                                          FREE ESTIMATES
       lives by providing
      education that will                                       Array Of Office And Clerical    DEMOLITION                    Talking Trash                          Call Mike At
                                                                                                                                                                                                       508-347-2714                      Heat Included.
    get them employed.”                                        Skills As Well As Experience                                     Removal                             508-868-8212                                                       Off-Street Parking.
                                                                  With Word, Excel, And                                                                                                                                                Near Park & Shop.
          NEBES offers
  Professional Certificates
        in Bookkeeping,
                                                                 QuickBooks Accounting
                                                               Software. Position Requires
                                                               Detail Orientation, Accuracy
                                                                                                                               Clean-Out Services
                                                                                                                                                                   JEFF’S                         Brookside                               First & Last.
      Tax Management,
      Management, and          We Have Immediate
                                                                And Good Communication
                                                                   Skills. Compensation
                                                                                                                               10, 15, and 20 Yard
                                                                                                                                                                Lawn Mowing                        Terrace                                  Dudley
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    One Bedroom Apartment.
   Office Administration.        Openings For:                      $13-$16/Hour, With                Clean Out                    Great Rates
                                                                                                                                                                  Mowing/Trimming                  Affordable 2 Bedroom                   $800 A Month,
       Programs can be                                               Health Insurance.             Attics, Garages,                                                                                                                     With Heat, Electric,
    completed full time in       HVAC/RFG.                            Fax Resume To:
                                                                                                   Cellars, Houses,
                                                                                                                                Reliable Service                   Spring Cleaning                 Apartments For Rent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Spacious, Fully              Washer & Dryer Hookups.
 12 weeks or part-time in       TECHNICIAN/                            508-765-9620
                                                                                                     Apartments,                  SPECIAL!                          Great Rates!
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Applianced.                  First/Last & References.
     36 weeks. You have                                                Or Call Ron At                                       Mention This Ad And Get                                                                                      New Everything,
                                                                                                 Offices, Stores, Etc.                                            Senior Discount!                    Heat/Hot Water
    ultimate flexibility by     INSTALLERS                             508-765-9911                                          $25 Off Regular Price!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Very Nice Apartment.
        choosing to take         For commercial and                                                   Appliances              Call 508-797-4848                    FREE Estimates                                                             No Pets
  programs live or online.                                                                                                                                                                           Starting at $759                   Call 508-246-7835
                                   residential with               Personal Care                       Demolition                                                       Call Jeff
         Your affordable         3 years experience.                                               Small Buildings
                                                                    Attendant                                                                                        508-735-8458                    • On-Site Laundry
 education may be eligible
                                 Excellent wage                                                   ATTN: Landlords               433 CLEANING                                                                  Dudley
    for Federal and State                                       Must Be Experienced With                                                                                                             • Basketball Court            Three Bedroom, Six Room
     funding. In addition,     and benefit package                  Good References.              Or House Owners                                                                                                                    Apartment. First Floor.
    NEBES has financing                                         Afternoons, 1pm-7:30pm                 Clean &                                                                                          • Playground
                                     Please call                                                                            * TLC Home *                                                                                                   $900/Month
    options that approve
      95% of applicants.
                                                                                                    Paint Interiors
                                                                                                We Do The Work!                Cleaning                         Johnny K’s                                  • Pool                 Heat & Hot Water Included.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      First/Last & Security
     Don’t let past credit                                                                                                                                                                         INCOME LIMITS APPLY
    issues stop you from
 reaching your dream job.                                       Seeking Women                    10% Discount
                                                                                                                              Have You Heard The
                                                                                                                           Phrase, “GOING GREEN?”
                                                                                                                                                                   Yard                             Section 8 Welcome
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     References Required.

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                                                                                                                           We Use & Supply Organic
                                                                                                                            Cleaners To Ensure Your              Service                             Office Open From:
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Monday-Friday                        Dudley
    If A Professional                 APPLY                       Depression                                                     Family’s Safety.                   Got Limbs???                                                         Two Bedrooms.
  Certificate At NEBES                TODAY!                     For weight loss research       800-844-0034                   Gift Certificates For
                                                                                                                                                                                                     9:00am to 5:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Quiet Neighborhood.
   Is Right For You.                $18 Base Appt.               study at UMass Medical                                          Baby Showers,                   YARD & GUTTER                      Weekend & Evening                   Off-Street Parking.
   800-974-0041                                                   School. Compensation                                                                                                                 Appointments                     No Pets/Smoking.
                               Flexible FT/PT Customer
                                     Sales/Service.                     provided.                 ATTENTION!
                                                                                                                           Anniversaries, And More!
                                                                                                                                 A Perfect Gift!
                                                                                                                                                                   CLEAN-UP                               Available                       $600 Monthly
         Or                                                                                                                                                     ____________________              No Experience Necessary.           (508)856-6557                  Contractors &                                                                                                                             Plus Utilities
                                      All Ages 18+                                         CALL TAMMIE TODAY                             Option 1                 Brookside Terrace                     Call 401-624-3897
                                   Conditions Apply.                                             Homeowners                  FOR A CLEANER                       Tree & Limb Removal               11 Village Drive
      To Buy Or                       Call Now                                                  Construction Services         TOMORROW!                             From Ice Storm                                                          Dudley
                                    508-876-2414                                                     Available For                                              ____________________
      Sell Avon                                                                                     Spring Projects           508-347-3275                                                                                            Very Nice, Clean Two
                                                                                                                                                                         Option 2                                                     Bedroom, First Floor.
  Call Joanne, I.S.R.                                                                                                         774-230-7885                                                        Southbridge,MA 01550                 Stove, Refrigerator,
                                                                                                     Rock Splitting                                              Tree & Limb Removal +
    $10 To Start!
   508-885-3933                        Driver                                                   Core Drilling (Concrete)         Office/Homes
                                                                                                                                                                  Raking Yard + Spring
                                                                                                                                                                       Fertilization              (508)764-7675
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Off-Street Parking. Close To
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Major Routes.
                              Valet Parking Attendant-                                            Concrete & Asphalt        Spring Or Fall Cleanings            ____________________                                                       $700/Month
                               to work at several locations                                           Saw Cutting            Weekly/Bi-Weekly Or                                                                                           First & Last
  310 GENERAL HELP                   in Worcester, MA.           (Docket#: H-12315)                  Hydroseeding              Monthly Cleanings                         Option 3                                                         508-943-2670
      WANTED                   IMMEDIATE OPENING! F/T-
                                 P/T available. Potential to                                        Bobcat Service            Flexible Hours/Days
                                                                                                                                                                 Complete Yard Service -
                                                                                                                                                                   Tree/Limb Removal,
                               earn $11 and more to start.              Stylist                Infra-Red Asphalt Repair       Registered/Insured/                Raking, Spring Through               Properties                           Holland
   11 People To               Great benefits heath, dental,           Looking For A
                                                                                                 Loam, Sand, Gravel,
                                                                                                                                     Bonded                       Fall Yard Maintenance                                                    Lakefront
                              401k plan, plenty of room for      Self-Motivated, Driven,                                                                             & Scotts 4-Step                LOOK & COMPARE                       Two Bedrooms
    Work From                   growth! Applicant must be      Experienced Stylist To Join     Stone, Ornamental Rocks       References Available                 Fertilization, Bi-Weekly                                                 $990/Month
                                                                                                  (1/2-4 Cubic Yard)                                                                                      2 Bedroom
                                 over 18, must be able to      Our Growing Aveda Salon                                                                                  Lawn Cutting                                               Private Docks, Swimming,
      Home                             drive standard             Submit Resume To:                Delivery Available!                                          ____________________
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Luxury Condo On
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Beautiful Lake View.
         PT Or FT              transmission vehicles, have           The Failte Salon                   Call Now             442 LICENSED DAY                                                      Line. Appliances, Central       Applianced Eat-In Kitchen.
    From $500-$1500
        Per Month
                                  valid license, and prior          275 Oxford St N.                 774-696-1703                  CARE                          508-887-1914                          Air, $795/Month                     FREE Cable
                              customer service experience         Auburn, MA 01501                                                                                                                                                          FREE Heat.                      a plus!!!                                                                                                                                                      Sturbridge                     Private Parking.
     508-765-9045                                                                                                          ***************                                                         Completely Furnished                5 Minutes To I-84
                                 Please contact us at
                                 877-455-5552 or at:             The Comfort                      Call The                  The Commonwealth of
                                                                                                                           Massachusetts Office of                500 REAL ESTATE
                                                                                                                                                                                                   efficiencies. All utilities
                                                                                                                                                                                                     and cable. $200 per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       No Dogs/Smokers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Security/References & Lease.
     2nd Shift                     www.valetparkof
                                                                Inn and Suites                   Junk Man                     Child Care Services                                                           week.                        413-245-4244
   CNC Operator                                                                                                               requires that all ads                                                 Also, Quality 1, 2 & 3
                                                                   in Sturbridge               FREE BBQ Removal            placed in the newspaper                501 REAL ESTATE                  Bedroom Apartments!
     Skills: To Setup &                                           is now hiring for:                                                                                  WANTED                       Appliances, Off-Street               NEW LISTING
 Operate, Troubleshooting     Earn Extra Income                                                Removal of Metal,           for child care (daycare)
  & Some Editing Of CNC
                                From Home!                                                         Appliances,               in your home include                                                          Parking.                 Southbridge
        Machinery.                                              Housekeeping                     Furniture, TV’s.            your license number.                                                 Call (508)765-0501                  161 Morris Street
 Must Be Self-Motivated,              No Selling
     Team Player, With               No Inventory               Common Area                       Construction                                                                                         Call Tammy at                 6 Room, 1200 Sq. Ft
   Excellent Math Skills.            No Delivery                                                    Materials.                   454 HOME                                                              508-579-0539                   Newly Renovated,
   Experienced Working
        With: HAAS,
                               Great For People Looking            Cleaner                        Cellars/Attics                IMPROVEMENT                                                                                            Heat & Hot Water
                                       For FT/PT.                                                   Cleaned.                                                                                                                              Included.
    Vertical Machining
  Centers, MasterCam X,
                              Setting Up Accounts For An          Breakfast                      Small Building            ABC Remodeling                                                          Charlton Center                    Stove, Refrigerator,
     G Code Preferred.
                                International Company
                                  Located In The U.S.             Attendant                     Demolition, Tires.           Roofing & Leak Repairs
                                                                                                                                                              **************                      Renovated First Floor One
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Washer/Dryer Hookups,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Enclosed Porch, 1 Car
  For More Information,           Please Call Lizbeth                                           Leaves Removed.               Heated Gutter Guards            EQUAL HOUSING                         Bedroom Apartment.               Garage. Small Pets OK.
     Visit Our Website               774-289-1448               Weekends/Holidays A             Small Residential           Siding, Windows & Doors            OPPORTUNITY                        Includes Heat, Hot Water,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Available May 1st                                             Must For All Positions                                              Carpentry                                                       Stove & Refrigerator.
    Submit Resume To                                                                            Moves. Trees Cut                                              **************                            $695/Month                        Contact Email
                                                                 Apply In Person                  Brush/Limbs                    Frame To Finish!
                                                                                                                                                                                                 No Smoking, No Pets Please.             For Application
                                    Foster                              Or                          Removed                     Kitchen/Bathroom               All real estate advertising in
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