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1 Tomorrow s outlook Rain 45 H 37 L Weather Page 2 23 days til X-mas Quabbin Times Pages 11 & 12 No longer perfect, Pats look to clinch top playoff spot Story on Page 6 75 Single Copy $ 3. Per Week 30 Delivered By Carrier Vol. CCCXXII No. 52 Athol, Mass., Tuesday, December 1, 2015 atholdailynews.com 12 Pages New Sign Obama: parts of deal must be legally binding By NANCY BENAC and SYLVIE CORBET Associated Press PARIS (AP) Parts of a global climate agreement being hammered out in Paris should be legally binding, President Barack Obama said Tuesday. The declaration was a boost to climate negotiators seeking a tough accord and a challenge to Republican senators, many of whom don t believe that global warming is real. Whether or not to make the climate accord legally binding is a major sticking point at the two-week talks in Paris, which aim to get all countries to agree to cut emissions that scientists say are warming the Earth and are increasing extreme weather such as droughts and floods. Obama has spent months prodding other countries to make ambitious carboncutting pledges to the agreement, which he hopes will become the framework for countries to tackle the climate issue long beyond the end of his presidency in early IN FRANCE President Barack Obama, left, sits with French President Francois Hollande, right, as they have dinner at the Ambroisie restaurant in Paris, France, with Secretary of State John Kerry, 2nd right, French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Segolene Royal, 3rd right, and French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, 2nd left, Monday, Nov. 30, Obama is in France for a two-day visit as part of the COP21, the United Nations Climate Change conference. Other officials are : Charles Kupchan, top left, and French President Hollande s Military Chief of Staff General Benoit Puga, top right. AP Photo/Thibault Camus, Pool GROUP EFFORT The recent installation of a new sign at the entrance to Orange Municipal Airport for the North Quabbin Dog Park was a group effort. On hand were, left to right Friends of the NQDP member Tom Rich, Jade Bailey (who raised the funds for the sign), Jade s father Russ, Jade s mother Rhonda Buzzee, and Bob Thorp. Photo by Brian Gelinas New sign for pet project Bailey saw a need, raised funds for dog park By BRIAN GELINAS Staff Reporter ORANGE A new sign has gone up at the entrance to Orange Municipal Airport denoting the property is also the site of the North Quabbin Dog Park. Installed on Nov. 25, the sign was a pet project of Jade Bailey, of Athol and a student at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School in Fitchburg. The daughter of Russ EAST BROOKFIELD, Mass. (AP) A Leicester man who police say was armed when captured after a nearly 24-hour manhunt has pleaded not guilty to weapons charges. In East Brookfield District Court on Monday, Dean Largesse was ordered held without bail on Monday. A dangerousness hearing to determine if bail can be set was scheduled for Thursday. The Telegram & Gazette reports that police went to Largesse s home at about 12:30 a.m., Saturday, after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend on Friday night and allegedly threatened to kill her. His roommate told police that Largesse was gone. He avoided capture, at one point stealing a boat to row across a lake, until he was caught Saturday night in Royalston, about 35 miles away. Police say they found weapons and ammunition in his home. He was not licensed to have guns. Largesse s lawyer asked that his client be granted bail with GPS monitoring. The request was denied. The search for Largesse Bailey and Rhonda Buzzee, Bailey said she raised the money needed to pay for most of the materials for the sign by holding a quarter auction for various products donated by a number of vendors. In all, $262 was raised. The amount was enough to cover the cost of the materials and have some money remaining for other park needs, such as dog toys, water dishes and basically included the use of a helicopter and a boat, as well as a thermal imager to scan a pond after the boat he had taken from a neighbor and used to cross the pond was found on the other side. anything the park needs, said Bailey. Matt Runyan, who owns and operates Emare Custom Designs, donated the vinyl for the sign, and the owner of a private hangar allowed use of his water for the mixing of the cement used to hold the sign posts in place. Bailey said she saw there was a need for the sign be- Park Page 5 Leicester man who fled police held without bail after capture in Royalston Among the items found in Largesse s home were a camouflage backpack; a fully-loaded, blood-stained AR-15 rifle with the safety off; two additional firearms; Held Page 5 Santa Arrives! Offices open in Petersham annual town election PETERSHAM The annual town election will be held on Monday, March 7, Nomination papers are available through the Town Clerk s Office, located at 3 South Main St. and open on Monday evenings from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The following offices (all three-year offices) are up for reelection: Board of Selectmen, currently held by Nancy Allen; Board of Assessors, currently held by Jean Robinson; Board of Health, currently held by Fifi Scoufopoulos; three constables, currently held by Denis Legare, Richard Bartus and Larry Robinson; Mahar Regional School Committee, currently held by Heidi Shortis; Petersham School Committee, currently held by Lynn Jones Peredina; and Planning Board, currently held by Donna Byron. The last day to obtain papers is Jan. 18, Petersham Page 5 RUSH TO SEE SANTA The first two children to see Santa could not wait any longer and rushed to tell him what they wanted for Christmas. Santa and Mrs. Claus were at Memorial Park on Friday night to turn on the lights and greet the children. Photo by Ashley Arseneau Phillipston bd. members handbook to be updated By KEITH KENT ADN Correspondent PHILLIPSTON At the selectmen s meeting Monday night, town clerk Karin Foley presented a series of comprehensive suggestions for possible modifications to the Town of Phillipston Handbook for Members of Town Boards, to assist in ensuring all approved policies and laws are up to date and in compliance with Massachusetts General Laws. When you do appointments every year for July 1, it is a Massachusetts Statute that not only do all those appointed on boards and committees need to be sworn in with in 30 days, they also have to set up their boards and committees with a vote for all positions, but over the years lots of times, this US Marine found guilty of killing Filipino By JIM GOMEZ and TERESA CEROJANO Associated Press OLONGAPO, Philippines (AP) A Philippine court on Tuesday convicted a U.S. Marine of killing a Filipino last year after he discovered she was a transgender woman in a hotel while he was on a break after participating in joint military exercises in the country. Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton was convicted of homicide by first strangling Jennifer Laude and then dunking her head into a toilet bowl in the hotel they had checked into after meeting in a disco bar in October 2014 doesn t happen, explained Foley. Discussing timelines, Foley said, Sometimes there are boards and committees who do not meet for many months as they may not have something they need to do and that board or committee will have slips for appointments laying around all that time, so they need to swear in their appointments and get their boards organized, and then they don t have to meet after that if they don t need a meeting. Selectman Terry Dymek said, The laws are very clear. You have to be sworn and organized in 30 days, and we need to be in compliance with the law. Foley explained how the long gaps between meetings Phillipston Page 5 in Olongapo, a city northwest of Manila. He was sentenced to 6-12 years in jail and credited with time already spent in detention, said court clerk Gerry Gruspe. The court also ordered Pemberton, who has been detained at a Philippine military camp for about a year, to pay Laude s family 4.6 million pesos ($98,000) in damages. Laude s mother, Julita, said that while she was happy the verdict detailed everything that had transpired, she was not pleased with the length of the jail term because she had hoped Pem- Guilty Page 5 Deadline To Sign Up Your Children To Receive Toys From The ATHOL DAILY NEWS SANTA FUND ATTENTION Is Friday, December 11, 2015 Delivery Day SATURDAY, December 19th, 9 a.m. If You Haven t Signed Up, Please Stop By Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm, with proof of residency from all recipients. 225 Exchange St., Athol

2 Page 2 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Obituaries & National forecast Forecast highs for Wednesday, Dec. 2 Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Jeans Lewis ATHOL Jeans Lewis, 59, of Beacon Street, died on Saturday morning, Nov. 28, 2015, at home, following an illness. Born in Eutaw, Ala., on Jan. 26, 1956, a son of Armellia Amy Lewis, he grew up in Chicago and moved to Hartford, Conn., at the age of 13 and graduated from high school there. Following high school, Jeans enlisted into the United States Marine Corps on May 16, 1974, during the Vietnam War and obtained the rank of corporal before his honorable discharge on May 15, Jeans married Donna (McKnight) on Dec. 12, 2012, and they have enjoyed their life together. Jeans worked for the City of Gardner for a number of years before his health kept him from working. He had also been the Statue of Liberty during tax season for Liberty Tax Service and had also portrayed Uncle Sam during the Gardner Sidewalk Sales. Jeans was active in veterans affairs and was on the board of directors for MVOC in Gardner. A talented artist, Jeans enjoyed working with oils and doing pencil drawings, as well as working with his hands. He loved doing construction projects and working on his home. Jeans had an infectious laugh and loved to help people and animals and was known to go buy organic treats and stop along the way and pass them out to dogs he encountered. Survivors include his beloved wife, Donna, of Athol; his children, Nafeteria, Janine and Ryan, all of Hartford; grandchildren, Thomas, Asia, Zion and Rashad; stepchildren, Timothy and Tammy; step-grandchildren, Alexandria, Kelia and Trevor; and step-great-grandchildren, Brody and Trenton. Jeans was predeceased by his mother. There are no calling hours. A committal service with military honors will take place on Dec. 11, at 11 a.m., at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 111 Glenallen St., Winchendon. The Rev. Don Erickson of the Community Church of North Orange and Tully will officiate. Donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA Witty s Funeral Home, 158 South Main St., Orange, is directing the arrangements. You may offer your sympathy online at S&S APPLIANCE 447 Main St., Athol We Offer ALL MAJOR Sunday 8:11 a.m. - Employee at place of business requests officer for male customer who is acting oddly and attempting to go behind counter, South Main Street. Parents and residence located; youth returned. 8:20 a.m. - Caller reports female party carrying a small child and walking up Chestnut Street and being followed by a male party with a beard who is yelling at her. Female was yelling back. Area checked; no contact. 8:38 a.m caller requests medical assistance, Pleasant Street. Call transferred to Athol Fire Department. 9:52 a.m. - Assistant animal control officer advised there was a tree down blocking part ATHOL Phyllis M. Shaw, age 97, of Athol, died Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, at UMass Memorial Medical Center-Memorial Campus of Worcester. Phyllis was born Sept. 26, 1918, in Athol. She is the daughter of the late Raymond M. and the late May (Skevington) Hunter. She married Howard A. Shaw. She was predeceased by her husband, Howard A. Shaw, on May 29, Phyllis lived in Athol all of her life, graduating from Athol High School in She worked for L.S. Starrett Company for 18 years until her retirement. She had previously worked for Dr. Grossman for two years and Ansin Shoe Shop in the office for seven years. She was a member of the Athol-Orange Baptist Church for many years where she served on every board and committee, holding an office on each committee. She also taught Sunday school, served on the board of trustees, was a deaconess and a member of the FA-Ho-LA and the I Wonder What Club. She and her husband were members of the Jumptown Twirlers for many years, and she was a former 4-H leader and Cub Scout Den Mother. She also was an avid Boston Red Sox fan and enjoyed bowling in her younger years. She is survived by one daughter, Sandra M. Engel and her husband Mark of Campbell, Calif.; and two sons, Gordon H. Shaw Athol Police Log of Thrower Road. Message left for after-hours Department of Public Works contact. 10:50 a.m. - Caller reports a red SUV parked on sidewalk in front of his building, Crescent Street. Gone on arrival. 11:13 a.m. - Attempt to serve restraining order (209A), Cailan Way. Found subject had already been served. 11:20 a.m. - Caller reports having possible broken ankle, Riverbend Street. AFD transported party. 11:44 a.m. - Subject to station for sex offender registration. 1:23 p.m caller requests ambulance, High Street. AFD transported party. 1:39 p.m caller requests ambulance, Pleasant Street. Male party refused treatment; no police assistance given. 1:42 p.m. - Caller reports his uncle turned off the breaker and hasn t turned it back on, Wal- APPLIANCE SERVICE Psham 2015 In Home Holiday & Shop Art & Craft-AD for BG:Layout 1 11/22/15 10:04 nut PM Street. Pa He is currently running an extension cord. Matter Call We accept Contact A Team Member Today! Web Site (978) needs to be settled in housing court. Attempt made to contact uncle; no contact. 3:18 p.m. - Caller reports vandalism, Silver Lake Park beach. Officer found sign and piece of wood lying on ground. No signs of vandalism. Message left for Athol Athol Daily Daily News News PROOF PROOF Norma F. Young ATHOL Norma Fay (Richards) Bezio Young, age 83, of Athol, died Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, at Gardner Rehabilitation & Nursing Center of Gardner. NORMA F. YOUNG Norma was born May 14, 1932, in Athol. She is the daughter of the late Guy S. and the late Rhona A. (Mc- Donald) Richards. She married Russell Young. She was predeceased by her husband, Russell Young, in Norma lived all of her life in Athol and attended Athol schools. She was employed by the Shoe Shop, Athol Memorial Hospital, L.S. Starrett Company, Moskovitz Clothing and the Athol High School special needs department. She was a member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s Witnesses for over 40 years. She is survived by one daughter, Donna F. Lafair and her husband David of Athol; and two sons, Guy Bezio and his wife Shari of Erving and Roy Bezio of Athol. She also has three grandchildren, Crysania, Eric and Desiree; and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her brother and five sisters. A graveside service will be held on Friday, Dec. 4, at 1 p.m., at Silver Lake Cemetery, Silver Lake Street, Athol, with Ernie West officiating. Calling hours will be held in the funeral home on Friday, Dec. 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. To send online condolences, visit mackfamilyfh.com. Higgins-O Connor Funeral Home, 146 Main Street, Athol, is directing arrangements. Next Day Service YOU RAKE UM WE TAKE UM Next Day Service Don t miss the 13th Annual PETERSHAM HOLIDAY ART & CRAFT SHOW & SALE Saturday& Sunday A Dec. 5 & 6 { 10 AM 4 PM } Petersham Town Hall 19 ARTISANS under one roof Fine, Handcrafted, Local for the holidays, for the home, to enjoy! a Phyllis M. Shaw PHYLLIS M. SHAW and his wife Judith of Richmond, Va., and Frederick E. Shaw and his wife Bridget of Athol. She also has five grandchildren, Jason Engel, Dana McKinnon, Dean Engel, Abby Willard and Heather Hays; and 10 greatgrandchildren, Marshall, Madison, Branden, Tyler, Dean, Emilee, Devin, Erin, Angel and Hope. The funeral will be held on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 11 a.m., at Athol-Orange Baptist Church, 131 Ridge Ave., Athol, with Rev. Mark Bariloni officiating. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Athol- Orange Baptist Church, 131 Ridge Ave., Athol, MA To send online condolences, visit mackfamilyfh.com. Higgins-O Connor Funeral Home, 146 Main St., Athol, is directing arrangements. Children s Christmas party Dec. 13 ATHOL Athol Congregational Church, at 1225 Chestnut St., will host a children s Christmas party on Sunday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. A Charlie Brown Christmas will be shown at 10 a.m., followed by a nativity-themed scavenger hunt, holiday crafts, games, a piñata and snacks. There will also be a Lego table, and children can play the Snoopy s Grand Adventure Xbox game. For more information or to sign up, contact Caprice Bachelder, Christian education coordinator, at New APL website resource feature ATHOL The Athol Public Library has a new information resource link on its website at Digital Commonwealth provides institutions access to thousands of images, documents, and sound recordings that have been digitized so that they may be available to researchers, students, and the general public. This resource can be found on the website under the Search tab under Digital Commonwealth or go directly to the Digital Commonwealth website by clicking org/. DPW to remove items. 3:39 p.m. - Caller reports people shooting near beginning of White Pond Road. Quiet on arrival. 4:06 p.m. - Walk-in reports unwanted subject on her property, Anzio Road. States she threw her daughter s ex out on Saturday and he is back. Checked residence. Subject had left and had left backpack at the house. Checked back later and bag was gone. 4:47 p.m caller requests ambulance for male party with severe chest pain, South Main Street. Assisted AFD. 5:07 p.m. - Walk-in reports harassment via phone calls. Advised party to have number blocked and of her right to apply for harassment prevention order (HPO). Attempt made to contact other subject; message left. 6:07 p.m caller requests ambulance due to overdose, Hampstead Place. Assisted AFD with male party who had overdosed. Subject taken to Athol Hospital. 6:52 p.m. - Walk-in reports losing wallet and cell phone. 9:30 p.m. - Caller reports loud music, Partridgeville Road. Advised party of complaint and to turn down music and call it a night. Driver & Carrier Applications Needed For All Areas!! Call x 620 or Stop in for an application Already have an application on file? Call to tell us you re still interested! 225 Exchange St., Athol Rain Over Much Of The East Coast Fronts Pressure Cold Warm Stationary Low High -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Expect light snow showers over the Great Lakes region, while rain will be expected over the East Coast. Some thunderstorms will be likely over the Southeast. Rain and mountain snow will move over much of the Northwest. Ice Weather Underground AP AREA Tonight: Rain, mainly before 1am, then showers likely after 1am. Areas of dense fog. Low around 36. Calm wind. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. Wednesday: Showers likely before 1pm, then rain, mainly after 1pm. Areas of fog before 8am. High near 45. Light and variable wind. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible. Wednesday Night: Rain, mainly before 1am, then a chance of showers after 1am. Low around 37. Calm wind becoming west around 5 mph after midnight. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. Thursday: A chance of showers, mainly before 8am. Partly sunny, with a high near 42. West wind 5 to 10 mph increasing to 11 to 16 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 33 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 29. Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 43. Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 28. Almanac - Sun rose 6:59. Sun sets 4:16. Length of day 9 hours, 17 minutes. New moon, Dec. 11. Full moon, Dec. 25. The Numbers Game, Mid-day: 7924 Exact Order All 4 digits $4,461 1st or last 3 $625 Any 2 digits $54 Any 1 digit $5 Any Order All 4 digits $186 1st 3 digits $104 Last 3 digits $104 Sunday 3459 Saturday 9222 Friday 5078 MEGA MILLIONS Tuesday, Nov ; MB-8 $25,000,000, Friday, Nov ; MB-12 $31,000,000, MASS CASH Monday, Nov , one winner (Everett) Sunday, Nov , Saturday, Nov , Friday, Nov , one winner (Medford) Thursday, Nov , one winner, (Abington) Wednesday, Nov , Mass. Lottery Results Drawn Monday, November 30, 2015 Thursday 9901 Weds Tuesday 4714 Tuesday, Dec. 1 Athol Selectboard, 7 p.m., Room 21 of the town hall. Orange Airport Commission, 6 p.m., Orange Airport. Board of Health, 6 p.m., Orange Armory. Mahar Regional School Committee, 6:30 p.m., Mahar. Petersham Open Space and Recreation Committee, 6:30 p.m., town office building. Zoning Board of Appeals, 7 p.m., lower town hall. Conservation Commission, 7:30 p.m., town office building. Phillipston Conservation Commission, 7 p.m., town annex. Royalston Selectboard, 7 p.m., town hall. Wednesday, Dec. 2 Athol Housing Authority, 9:15 a.m., Morton Meadows. The Numbers Game, Night: 6647 Exact Order All 4 digits $5,375 1st or last 3 $752 Any 2 digits $64 Any 1 digit $6 Any Order All 4 digits $448 1st 3 digits $251 Last 3 digits $125 Sunday 2400 Saturday 1570 Friday 4807 Meetings Reminder Also, Wintertime Is Almost Here - We Will Check Your Battery, Coolant, Do A Full Inspection. Thursday 7399 Weds Tuesday 5308 MEGABUCKS DOUBLER Saturday, Nov ; STD-8 $7,138,939, Wednesday, Nov ; STD-5 $7,024,653, LUCKY FOR LIFE Monday, Nov ; LB-10, Thursday, Nov ; LB-17, POWERBALL Saturday, Nov ; PB-2 $100,000,000, Wednesday, Nov ; PB-21 $90,000,000, Other Regional Results TRI-STATE MEGABUCKS Saturday, Nov ; MB-3 Wednesday, Nov ; MB-6 Orange Elementary School Committee s finance and facilities subcommittee, 7:30 a.m., superintendent s office. Elementary School Committee, 6 p.m., Fisher Hill School library. Selectboard, 6:30 p.m., town hall. Phillipston Planning Board, 7 p.m., town hall. Royalston Assessors, 7 p.m., assessors office. Health Board, 7 p.m., town clerk s office. Other Franklin Regional Retirement System, 11 a.m., 278 Main St., Greenfield. us Press releases, news tips, calendar items, and more! Send to: Full Throttle Customs Where The Customers Get What They Want BRAKE SPECIAL ALL FOUR WHEELS FRONT & REAR $ Comes With Complete Safety Inspection ALL PARTS & LABOR GUARANTEED COMPLETE OIL LUBE & FILTER WITH BRAKE SPECIAL ~ Call for details ~ DON T FORGET - FTC HAS A COMPLETE COLLISION CENTER FOR ALL YOUR BODY AND PAINT NEEDS Insurance Approved MA RS #5177 Hours: M-F 8-4 Sat Main Street, Athol, MA Corner of Main & Canal Streets Service Entrance on Canal Street

3 Wednesday 10:25 a.m. - Report of two men entering a house through the back door, Drew Boulevard. Two men were winterizing home. No further action taken. 2:10 p.m. - State Department of Children and Families request escort, West River Street. No contact made. 4:26 p.m. - Caller reports female is harassing him, he does not know her name, requests extra patrols of his residence, East River Street. Report taken. 4:48 p.m. - Party would like to file a report about female harassing him at court previous day, states she was behaving maliciously, East River Street. Party advised of options. 5:12 p.m. - Suspicious motor vehicle reported in the neighborhood, plate number obtained, Holtshire Road. Area searched with negative contact. 6:55 p.m. - Medical emergency, Royalston Road. 8:08 p.m. - Officers assisted DCF, West River Street. Person found not to be home. 9:58 p.m. - Clerk states tenant from upstairs came into store threatening to beat him up if he did not turn down music, East Main Street. It should be noted that the music was not loud. Tenant advised if this happens again he will be charged criminally as this is twice in a matter of weeks. 11:05 p.m. - Motor vehicle lockout, Eagleville Road. Entry gained. Thursday 5:05 a.m. - Medical emergency, East River Street. 7:52 a.m. - Medical emergency, Holtshire Road. 9:52 a.m. - Alarm, New Athol Road. Found employee cleaning. 12:25 p.m. - Party looking to speak with officer to clarify incident from previous day, East River Street. District Attorney s office will be spoken with so incident can be discussed. 4:32 p.m. - Officer wanted, ORANGE The selectboard will meet Wednesday, Dec. 2 with the following agenda: CALL MEETING TO ORDER: These proceedings are being aired and recorded by AOTV a. Emergency Exits Announcement b. Pledge of Allegiance Minutes ANNOUNCEMENTS - Bob Ellison s Christmas Concert at Town Hall, Dec. 20, at 3 p.m. OPEN TIME FOR THE PUBLIC: PUBLIC HEARING, 6:45 PM: Per MGL Chapter 138, Sec 19B, 19C, and 19E, Farmers Series Pouring Permit for Honest Weight Artisan Beer, LLC.,, 131 West Main Street (in OIC), Orange MA SCHEDULED AP- POINTMENTS: Orange Police Log GENERAL BUSINESS review and finalize volunteer policy and forms; discuss and plan for recognition of 20 year volunteers re: Starry, Starry Night; award did for police station interior alterations/mechanical systems replacement; discuss and schedule joint meeting with finance committee re: FY16 budget policies; conflict of interest disclosures for local cultural council members; FY16 tax recap update; legislative act re: formation of Department of Public Works; legislative act re: removal of Police Chief from civil process (voted at STM 10/15); point land/sale offer letters; 2016 Liquor License Renewals: KDMK, LLC dba Boiler Bar & Grille, AO Elks, Fireside Bar & Grill, Herricks Tavern, American Legion Post # 172, Orange Gun Club, R Cees Pub, LLC, Tea House, Tully CC, Wheelerville Community Club, Johnson s Farm, Highland Spirits, One Stop Mini Mart, Orange General Store, Sandri Sunoco, Honey Farms, Daniel Shays Package Store, New Athol Road Inc. dba One Stop Liquors. TOWN ADMINISTRA- TOR S REPORT:Update regarding Group Insurance Commission (GIC) of Withdrawal BOARD OF SELECT- Orange selectboard agenda for Wednesday, Dec. 2 MEN S REPORT: CLOSING COMMENTS AND/OR REQUESTS FOR ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS: a. CDBG FY16 Grant Application for Town of Orange Frances Pheeny, Executive Director, Franklin Regional Housing and Redevelopment Authority Dec. 16. b. Recommendation for Appointment of Emergency Management Director James Young, Fire Chief Dec. 16. c. Public Works Staffing Update and Request for Funding Joshua Knechtel, Interim PW Superintendent Dec 16. Vote and Sign Integrated Police Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Dec. 16. Vote and Sign Integrated Fire Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Dec. 16. Update on Happenings at Orange Elementary Schools Tari Thomas, Superintendent Legislative Updates & Request for Assistance Representative Susannah Whipps Lee Five accidents reported in Orange over last week Mahar Holiday Bazaar Saturday, December 7 December 5 9AM 2PM 9am-2pm Ralph C. Mahar Regional School, Orange Hosted by the Parents for Mahar Students Group Vendors, raffles, food and fun! Bring your list and start shopping! Full Throttle Customs Where The Customers Get What They Want OIL CHANGE SPECIAL $ Comes With Filter & Quality Motor Oil That Is Not Recycled & Follows Manufacturer s Specifications 100-Point Safety Inspection Front To Back Pre-Inspection We Check Everything To Make Sure You Pass Inspection The First Time! Hours: M-F 8-4, Sat Main Street, Athol, MA Corner of Main & Canal Streets Service Entrance on Canal Street ORANGE Five accidents occurred between Wednesday and Monday. On Wednesday, at 8:15 a.m., Douglas Smith, 47, of 45 Stone Rd., Wendell; and Aneri Patel, 22, of 180 Daniel Shays Hwy., were involved in an accident on South Main Street in the center of town. Smith was backing up and attempting to let a tractor trailer turn, and Patel backed up as well, but not as fast as Smith. Her vehicle was struck by Smith. No injuries were noted and neither driver was cited. At 10:04 a.m., a minor twocar accident occurred on West Myrtle Street with damage estimated at under $1,000. A party called police and reported driver had just backed into a neighbor s light pole. The homeowner was contacted. On Thursday, at 10:55 a.m., vehicles driven by Shelley Marshall, 44, of 50 Coolidge St., Athol; and Valerie Eaton, 53, of 24 Orange Rd., New Salem, were involved in an accident at the intersection of North Main and West River streets. Marshall was traveling northbound on West River Street; Eaton was traveling southbound on North Main Street. Eaton and a passenger were transported to Athol Hospital with minor injuries. Eaton was cited for failure to stop for a red light. On Saturday, at 1:40 p.m., a two-car accident occurred on Daniel Shays Highway, involving Chynna Campbell, 24, of 295 Daniel Shays Hwy.; and Melissa Moise, 36, of 62 Pleasant St. Campbell was exiting Route 2 at exit 16 and lost control of her vehicle, drifting into the northbound lane and was hit by Moise. A passenger in Moise s vehicle complained of pain, but was not transported. Campbell was cited for unknown causes. On Monday, a minor injury was reported at 9:15 a.m., on Daniel Shays Highway. A party reported he was following another car at exit 16 on Route 2 and hit the rear of that car, causing minor damage to the rear bumper and fender. Police did not respond but the man wanted it recorded. Holtshire Road. On arrival caller claimed she did not mean to call the police and was all set. 4:50 p.m. - Medical emergency, Walnut Hill Road. 5:40 p.m. - Traffic stop, East River Street. Warning given for defective tail and plate lights. 8:04 p.m. - Traffic stop for rear plate appearing expired, West Main Street. Found to be active. Warning issued for failure to inspect. 8:12 p.m. - Traffic stop for expired license status coming back, East Main Street. Expired license found to belong to passenger. 9:21 p.m. - Medical emergency, Mechanic Street. 9:55 p.m. - Traffic stop for speeding, East River Street. Operator issued warning and advised of 30-day transfer law. He will get his done this coming week. 10:08 p.m. - Party reports receiving a text from subject causing concern and asked for welfare check, East River Street. Subject told officers he was fine and walked away refusing to speak any further. 11:53 p.m. - Mental health call, Eagleville Road. Friday 1:38 a.m. - Traffic stop for illegal left turn, East Main Street. Warning issued. 1:49 a.m. - Traffic stop for illegal left turn, New Athol Road. Warning issued. 3:35 a.m. - Officer found door to employee shed open and unlocked, Daniel Shays Highway. Checked building and secured door. Door has been found open several times in the last few days. Keyholder notified. 5:53 a.m. - Gardner police request information on vehicle, East River Street. Same provided. Monday 7:50 a.m. - Motor vehicle lockout, Prentiss Street. Entry gained. 8:25 a.m. - Medical emergency, Brookside Road. 8:45 a.m. - Traffic stop for failure to inspect vehicle, New Athol Road. Operator also found to be operating with revoked registration for insurance cancellation. Citation issued; plates seized. Vehicle towed. 10:03 a.m. - Summons from Cambridge Juvenile Court served, East River Street. 10:08 a.m. - Traffic stop for failure to inspect, Church Street. Operator issued warning. 11:05 a.m. - Traffic stop for failure to inspect, South Main Street. Operator issued citation. 11:13 a.m. - Report of gray Kia operating erratically on Route 2 West and getting off at exit 16. Checked area with negative contact. 1:20 p.m. - Motor vehicle lockout, Walker Street. Same provided. 1:56 p.m. - Caller requests help with getting belongings later in day, East River Street. Will advise evening shift, arrangements made. 3:39 p.m. - Welfare check, New Athol Road. 3:55 p.m. - Caller reports car with out of state plates is in the driveway of the sewage treatment plant. Two persons out of vehicle, West Main Street. Officer checked area, negative contact. 4:11 p.m. - Officer notes mailboxes have been rummaged again like in the past, Oak Drive. Nothing missing. Officer wanted patrols aware. 4:21 p.m. - Caller reports her daughter is going to location to pick up her car and they will not give her the keys, Stone Valley Road. On arrival spoke with subject who said the keys are in the car. Found car is registered to caller. Caller and her daughter arrived and left with the car. 5:32 p.m. - Officers stood by while party retrieved belongings per restraining order (209A), Holtshire Road. 6:30 p.m. - Party reports her Klonopin and Suboxone medications were stolen, East Main Street. Under investigation. 7:10 p.m. - Caller reports suspicious van with New York registration and defective taillight, Red Brook Lane. Unable to locate. 8:42 p.m. - Walk-in reports suspicious auto, East River Street. Today 1:53 a.m. - Medical emergency, Stone Valley Road. ATHOL Mount Grace AARP Chapter 3673 will hold its annual Christmas luncheon meeting on Monday, Dec. 7, at noon at the senior center, at 82 Freedom St.. No tickets will be available at the door. Members and guests need to contact Wanda Davis at to make reservations by Wednesday, Dec. 2. Davis announced that the braised beef luncheon will be catered by Dan Carr and his staff. Entertainment will be provided by the three-piece band, Work in Progress, according to Betty Tolppa and her committee. Members are requested to bring non-perishable food donations for the Salvation Army Christmas program and to approve the chapter s annual contributions to the Santa Funds of Athol and Orange, the Salvation Army, Starry Starry Night, and the United Way of North Central Massachusetts and of Franklin County. The board of directors will meet on Monday, Dec. 28, at 8:30 a.m., at the senior center to consider suggestions from ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Page 3 Parking ban now in effect ORANGE The winter parking ban is now in effect. No on street parking will be allowed from 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. on any street in town. Residents are reminded that in the event of a snowstorm, vehicles parked on the street will be ticketed and/ or towed for impeding snow removal. HUNTER SUPPER The annual Warwick Hunter s Supper will be held Friday, Dec. 4, with settings at 5 and 6 p.m. at the town hall, 12 Athol Rd., Warwick. Hunters and non-hunters are invited to enjoy tender braised beef, homemade onion soup, coleslaw, squash, potatoes and homemade pies for just $10 for adults and $5 for kids. While attendees who prefer take-out may bring a container, the event will offer the benefit of good company for those who choose a sit-down dinner. Supper proceeds benefit the Metcalf Chapel. Shown at a past supper are Larry, Michael and Callahan Carey. Photo courtesy of Andrea Woods AARP Christmas luncheon Dec. 17 membership for the annual update of standing rules. The next regular chapter meeting will be on Monday, Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. at the senior center, hosted by Davis and Henry Oertel, with an information program and business meeting. There will be no meeting in January. The local chapter welcomes persons 50 and older from all towns of the greater North Quabbin to join it in helping people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthening communities and fighting for the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, employment and income security, retirement planning, affordable utilities and protection from elder and financial abuse. Interested persons are invited to join the group at any one of its monthly meetings. CALENDAR REMINDERS For upcoming events consult the expanded calendar listing which appears in the Quabbin Times section in Tuesday editions of the Athol Daily News, and daily on the website at, The Daily News welcomes submissions for the Calendar, for public events in or of general interest to the nine-town, North Quabbin-Mount Grace Region including entertainment, cultural and social activities and events held by non-profit organizations. Excluded are gaming events and tag/yard sale notices. Tuesday, December 1 3:30-5 p.m. Craft Club, New Salem Public Library, on the common. For grades 3-6. Info: p.m. Trap Shooting, Orange Gun Club, off West River Street. Info: p.m. Free Meal, Athol Salvation Army, Ridge Avenue. Open to all. Info: p.m Quabbin History Calendar and Book Signing with Slide Program by J.R. Greene, Athol Public Library, 584 Main St. Free admission, part of proceeds benefit the library. Wednesday, December 2 9 a.m. Quilting, Athol Senior Center, Freedom Street. Info/Registration: :45 a.m. Story Hour, Erving Public Library, 17 Moore St. Info: :30 p.m. Playgroup, Wendell Free Library, Wendell Depot Road. For ages 5 and under. 10:30-11 a.m. Story Time, Athol Public Library, Main Street. Info: Noon Sporting Clays, Petersham Gun Club, Nelson Road. Info: p.m. Knit Wits, Athol Public Library, Main Street. For ages 8 and up. Info: p.m. Sharing Our Father s Bread, St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall (side entrance), Athol. 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4 Page 4 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Established 1934 Serving The Interests Of The North Quabbin Region Including the towns of Athol, Orange, Warwick, Erving, Wendell, New Salem, Royalston, Phillipston and Petersham Richard J. Chase, Jr., Publisher Deborrah L. Porter, Editor Jacqueline Caron, Advertising Manager Robert A. Perkins, Production Manager Emeritus Barack Obama s assault on open government The Obama administration is obsessed with secrecy it is arguably the most secretive presidency since Richard Nixon scowled through the halls of power. The latest example: a furious crackdown on government watchdogs, the inspectors general at agencies whose job it is to keep the government honest. It has been a stunning turnabout for Barack Obama who promised during his first inaugural address that Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency. It has been anything but. As The New York Times reported Friday, at least 20 investigations across the government have been slowed, stymied or sometimes closed because of disputes between the administration and its own watchdogs over how much access to give inspectors. The signature example among many cited: an investigation last year by Justice Department inspectors into the role of federal drug agents in the killings of unarmed civilians during raids in Honduras. The Honduran government cleared the U.S. agents of any wrongdoing but an American inspector investigating the case was denied s on the attacks. It took 11 months to get the records. In another case cited by the Times, investigators tried to look into allegations of sexual assault on Peace Corps volunteers overseas. A volunteer was murdered in Benin in 2009 and dozens of volunteers have reported that the Peace Corps handled their cases poorly. The inspector general for the agency reported that lawyers for the Peace Corps refused to turn DEAR ABBY: Today, Dec. 1, is World AIDS Day. With effective treatment, people with HIV can live as long as those without HIV. Fear, shame and ignorance remain barriers to testing and treatment, which can be more deadly than HIV itself. People with HIV who are in treatment need never develop advanced HIV (formerly full-blown AIDS). Please encourage your readers, regardless of age, gender or sexual orientation, to get tested, and if positive, to get treatment. HIV can affect anyone. MARY IN FREDERICK, MD. DEAR MARY: I m glad you wrote. Knowing one s HIV status is extremely important because, unlike in years past, the disease can be controlled. But in order to do that and not spread it to others, it is essential that sexually active individuals get tested. Readers, you can be a healthy HIV-positive person and control it IF you know you have it AND get treatment. Ask your doctor about being tested, if you have one. If you don t have a doctor, contact your county health department about how to find testing and treatment in your community, or visit for information about free tests in many areas across the nation and abroad. ****** DEAR ABBY: I am retired, divorced and never had children. My two sisters have four adult children between them. Their kids are all married and have children themselves. Every Christmas there is a gift exchange, which I don t attend because I stay over documents or only offered heavily censored documents a common tactic by government agencies that may have something to hide. At the Commerce Department, the inspector general closed an internal audit of how trade agreements are enforced after department lawyers refused to turn over records they claimed were proprietary. Republicans and Democrats alike have complained about the administration s record, and so has the press. Journalism organizations including the Society of Professional Journalists for months pushed for greater openness on behalf of the public. In a letter sent to Obama in August, the groups wrote: The public has a right to be alarmed by these constraints essentially forms of censorship that have surged at all levels of government in the past few decades. Those groups will meet with White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Dec. 15. When such constraints are imposed, government operates in the dark with little accountability. Whatever you think of the way Obama has handled his job as president, this is unacceptable and dangerous. The administration s actions have created, as Bill Lueders, the president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, put it, a culture of contempt for the public s right to know. All citizens should demand that Obama s administration live up to its leader s pledge made on that cold day in January Reprinted from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Distributed by Creators.com We welcome your opinions! LETTERS TO THE EDITOR may be submitted by U.S. mail to: Athol Daily News, P.O. Box 1000, Athol, MA 01331; by FAX to ; by to or delivered in person to 225 Exchange St. All letters must include the author s first and last names, town of residence and phone number (for verification purposes only). No letter is printed until authenticity is verified by phone, or in person. By Jeanne Phillips 2001 Universal Press Syndicate HIV is treatable, but only if you know you re positive in Florida during the winter. At this stage in my life, I dread the holiday because it is expected that I spend a minimum of $50 per person for two dozen people. I own some properties I am desperately trying to prepare for the market. At my age, I no longer need or want anything. It has reached a point where the preferred gift is money, which isn t the idea behind the Christmas holiday. How can I politely stop this habit? MRS. EBENE- ZER SCROOGE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE DEAR MRS. SCROOGE: You politely stop the habit by telling your sisters in advance that you are trying to prepare your properties for sale and money is limited. Therefore, you will be buying Christmas gifts only for your younger grandnieces and -nephews from now on (if you choose). Be sure to send the adults lovely holiday cards, however, so they know they are remembered. ****** DEAR ABBY: Besides the usual snoring most wives tolerate, I have had to endure something worse. At least once a week for the last few years, my husband will make a fist while asleep and swing it across the bed, striking me. The last time, it caused a tooth to chip, and frankly, it scares me to death. He is by no means violent when awake. Other than sleeping on the couch, what can I do? BLACK AND BLUE IN NEW JERSEY DEAR B AND B: Before your husband causes you any more physical harm, schedule an appointment for him with a sleep disorder specialist. For both your sakes, please don t put it off. Your doctor or medical insurance carrier should be able to refer you to one. ****** Contact Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA ****** For an excellent guide to becoming a better conversationalist and a more sociable person, order How to Be Popular. Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL (Shipping and handling are included in the price.) Turkey won t apologize to Russia BRUSSELS (AP) Turkey won t apologize to Russia for shooting down a warplane operating over Syria, the Turkish prime minister said Monday, stressing that the military was doing its job defending the country s airspace. Ahmet Davutoglu also said Turkey hopes Moscow will reconsider economic sanctions announced against Turkish interests following last week s incident. The Turkish resort town of Antalya is like a second home to many Russian holidaymakers, he said, but refused to yield on Turkish security. No Turkish prime minister or president will apologize... because of doing our duty, Davutoglu told reporters after meeting with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels. Protection of Turkish airspace, Turkish borders is a national duty, and our army did their job to protect this airspace. But if the Russian side wants to talk, and wants to prevent any future unintentional events like this, we are ready to talk. From Homeland to hair: released Clinton s peek into the personal By LISA LERER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) The latest release of Hillary Clinton s private s show her, as secretary of state, dealing with the complicated politics of the Arab Spring, fending off questions about her role in the deadly 2012 Benghazi attacks and attempting to navigate an intensifying conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. But they also give a glimpse into the private side of one of the world s most public people. Clinton s notes show her searching for videos on how to do a fishtail bun hairstyle and struggling to locate Showtime on her television. (She wanted to watch the CIA-centered drama Homeland. ) She schedules and reschedules flights, meals and hairstyling appointments. And as she flies around the globe logging 956,733 miles over her tenure she tries to keep track of the time zone. The roughly 7,800 pages of s released Monday were part of a court-ordered disclosure of correspondence sent from the private server Clinton used while she was secretary of state. Clinton, now the frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has faced questions about whether her unusual setup was sufficient to ensure the security of government information and retention of records. Included in the most recent batch was an that Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III and State Department Inspector General Steve Linick deemed classified in July. At least two Senate committees are still investigating Clinton s arrangement and seeking the release of correspondence from her top aides. The FBI is also investigating the security of Clinton s private setup. Two-thirds of Clinton s 30,000 work-related s are now at least partially in the public eye minus numerous redactions by the State Department. Here s a closer look at some of the messages that churned through Clinton s very busy in-box in the batch released Monday: Get-well-soon notes poured in from across the globe after a stomach virus that Clinton picked up in 2012 became a serious condition that kept her out of the office and off the congressional witness stand. After a dehydrated Clinton fainted and sustained a concussion a condition she frequently called her cracked head in messages she was forced to postpone her testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the deadly Benghazi attacks. Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein ed her aide, Capricia Marshall, offering to send Clinton copies of any movies she wanted to watch while recuperating. Dorothea Hurley, the wife of rock star Jon Bon Jovi, checked in with Clinton s daughter, Chelsea, to say that they were sending you all a big hug. Chelsea forwarded the message to her mother. Her health quickly became a political issue, with Republicans questioning her fitness should she ever run for president. Her staff moved quickly to tamp down the speculation. Top aide Philippe Reines told Clinton he d reached out to former Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, a heart transplant surgeon, and the NFL commissioner to enlist their support pushing back on right-wing commentators. Just not letting these comments stand, no matter who says them, Reines said. Frist was happy to help, according to the documents. I love her and respect her and I can help. Not sure how exactly but I know I can help. I will Keep all Confidential, he wrote. Although Clinton wasn t on the ticket in 2012, she and her Hillary Clinton supporters followed the race closely and had plenty to say. In a January 2012 note, during the heat of the Florida GOP primary, Clinton refers to Mitt Romney as Mittens and Newt Gingrich as Grinch. If Mittens can t beat Grinch in Florida, there will be pressure on state Republican parties to reopen or liberalize ballot access, she writes to confidant Sid Blumenthal. At least a few of the messages have come back to haunt Clinton during her presidential bid. Shortly before 9 p.m. on Sept. 11, 2012, Clinton sent an asking her daughter to call her at her office about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The was addressed to an account under the name Diane Reynolds, an alias Chelsea Clinton used for personal messages. Two of our officers were killed in Benghazi by an al-qaida-like group: The Ambassador, whom I handpicked, and a young communications officer on temporary duty w(ith) a wife and two young children, Hillary Clinton later wrote to her daughter. Very hard day and I fear more of the same tomorrow. In October, that was trumpeted by Republicans on the House Benghazi committee as evidence that Clinton knew very quickly the attack on the consulate was the work of Islamic terrorists, not a spontaneous street protest triggered by the release of a video considered an insult to the Prophet Mohammed. In a later television interview, then-united Nations Ambassador Susan Rice suggested the video, which did spark anti-american protests that day in several Muslim countries, was the primary motivation for the attack. Republicans have suggested the Obama administration downplayed the terror threat to avoid stoking public safety concerns in the weeks leading up to the 2012 presidential election. Some of the messages show that Clinton worried about how her own remarks after the attacks would later be perceived. In a September 2012 message, aide Jake Sullivan compiled all her statements and assured Clinton that she was careful and never said spontaneous or characterized the motives. The way you treated the video in the Libya context was to say that some sought to (asterisk)justify(asterisk) the attack on that basis, he wrote. Clinton maintained her ties with the Democratic Party donors who supported her past campaigns and could help her in the future. In November 2012, Samuel Kaplan, a Minneapolis lawyer and major Democratic donor who was appointed U.S. ambassador to Morocco, secured a private meeting with Clinton to discuss how he and his wife might hope to be allied with her in the future. Former Clinton aide Lauren Jiloty wrote to Clinton in 2012 to say she had met investor Warren Buffett, who asked her whom she had previously worked for. When I told him it was YOU, he said, She s my heroine! We all feel that way, Jiloty wrote. The billionaire investor will join Clinton on the campaign trail later this month. She also kept up with some of the political strategists who worked in her husband s administration and would go on to run her 2016 campaign, replying to birthday wishes from her future campaign chairman, John Podesta, and requests for career advice from campaign chief financial officer Gary Gensler. Clinton s aides and supporters showered her with gushing praise, complimenting everything from her appearance to her policies, and the volume and emotion of those messages only grew as her tenure in the Cabinet came to an end. Aides forwarded Clinton congratulatory messages even as she was still on the stand testifying before Congress in January I m being flooded with s about how you rocked, deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin wrote. And you looked fabulous. One supporter wrote a message with the subject line: twitterverse abuzz with Hillary-kvelling, using the Yiddish word for gushing praise. 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5 POURING THE CEMENT Jade Bailey, left, and her father Russ pour the cement into the post holes prior to installing a new sign at the entrance of Orange Municipal Airport denoting the location is also the site of the North Quabbin Dog Park. Looking on in the back are Bob Thorp and Tom Rich (partially hidden). Photo by Brian Gelinas cause the one previously at the location was too small and low to the ground. Additionally, a small sign along Daniel Shays Highway in the area of Lake Rohunta had been stolen shortly after its installation, said Friends of the North Quabbin Dog Park member Tom Rich. Bailey s father, Runyan and family friend Bob Thorp assembled the new sign at the Baileys home. The Bailey family owns three dogs and are regular users at the park and they are not alone. It was noted by Rich and Buzzee that the park, in operation since Oct. 20, 2013, has grown in popularity, with users and their pets coming from all across Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. We took care of a need in the area and it s all volunteers, said Rich. The park is currently outfitted with equipment that has been donated or bought at yard sales. A fundraiser raffle being coordinated by PARIS (AP) President Barack Obama expressed optimism Tuesday that Russia will ultimately come around on the need for Syrian President Bashar Assad to leave power to end his country s long civil war, but warned the turnaround would not come overnight. Discussing the Syria crisis with world leaders in Paris, Obama also urged Turkey and Russia to set aside recent tensions that have undermined his efforts to strengthen the U.S.-led coalition fighting defeating the Islamic State group. Instead, he asked the two countries to focus on IS as a common enemy and on reaching a political solution for Syria. Obama s remarks on the sidelines of global climate talks came as the U.S. continues to press Russia to focus its airstrikes in Syria against IS, rather than on U.S.-backed rebel groups fighting Assad. Obama said it was possible over the coming months that Russia would Park From Page 1 Adams Animal Hospital in Athol is currently under way that Rich said will allow for the purchase of state-of-theart equipment. Of Bailey s efforts to ensure a proper sign was put in place for the park, her father said, She did all the footwork. Bailey responded, I m a pretty independent person. There are only three members left on the committee, said Rich, who added Bailey s efforts are appreciated. You don t have that from kids much these days. To access the dog park, use the airport s main entrance at 80 Airport St. Turn left onto the gravel road just before the rotary. The park was opened after over three years of planning, fundraising and construction. It is about the size of a football field and divided into three sections that are about 100 square feet each. There are separate sections for small dogs, large undergo a shift in calculations and back away from its support for Assad. I don t expect that you re going to see a 180-degree turn on their strategy over the next several weeks, Obama said. They have invested for years now in keeping Assad in power. Their presence there is predicated on propping him up. That s going to take some time for them to change how they think about the issue. Obama said he expects that diplomatic negotiations in Vienna to pursue a political solution to Syria s civil war will move forward at the same time that the U.S.- led coalition applies greater pressure to defeat IS. Still, ammunition; high-capacity magazines and a bulletproof vest. Prosecutors have indicated they did not immediately know why the rifle was blood-stained or what his motivation was for stockpiling the ammunition. Largesse s attorney offered no comment. Largesse reportedly works as a subcontractor for a utility construction company. Held From Page 1 dogs, and training and agility. Each is double-gated to prevent dogs from escaping. There are no restrooms or running water. Water bowls are provided but pet owners should bring their own water. The park is use-at-yourown-risk and no aggressive dogs are allowed on-site. Owners are legally and financially responsible for any damage or injury caused by their pets. User rules and regulations are available in a park brochure. The park runs entirely on donations and volunteer efforts. The Friends group is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, and donations are tax deductible. The park s website address is northquabbindogpark.webs.com. The park also has an online presence on Facebook at Friends of North Quabbin Dog Park, and more information can be obtained by sending an to President Obama says Russia may finally come around on Assad s future For Home Delivery Call DICK'S AUTO REPAIR 48 KING ST., ORANGE, MASS. 24/7 Towing Service ASE Certified Mechanics Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat (978) SUBSTITUTE DRIVERS NEEDED FOR ALL AREAS!! Looking for a way to make extra money, this may be for you! Call x 620 or stop in for an application 225 Exchange St., Athol he conceded the extremist threat that has wrought fear across the Middle East and the West would not be eliminated in the short term. ISIL is going to continue to be a deadly organization because of its social media, the resources it has and the networks of experienced fighters that it possesses, Obama said, using one of several acronyms for the extremist group. It s going to continue to be a serious threat for some time to come. Concerns about IS have overshadowed Obama s twoday trip to Paris, where ISlinked attacks killed 130 people last month in the run-up to the climate negotiations. According to court records, Largesse was charged with kidnapping in In August, he was charged with domestic assault and kidnapping after allegedly grabbing his girlfriend by the arms and throwing her to the ground, forcing her into his vehicle and driving off. When she attempted to escape, he reportedly tried to run over her, according to police. At the time, he was released on personal recognizance. Petersham From Page 1 The last day to return papers is Jan. 18, The last day to register to vote is Feb. 16, Any questions may be directed to the Town Clerk s Office. also end up leaving the approval of the minutes of the previous meetings in limbo for quite some time depending on the board or committee and how busy or not busy they are. The appropriate board or committee needs to hold a meeting to get their minutes approved, and if they are not going to meet again for a long time, I am sure arrangements could be made to facilitate this and leave it at that for the rest of the period. Foley also discussed the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law: Absences from committees and boards, board members who could be potentially violating personnel policies, and policies on possible dismissals, recordings of meetings by observers, reasons for participation by remote devices and how to set them up for various reasons and or conditions, and other issues to be reviewed for possible updates. Selectmen will review the handbook and policies, and return with any suggestions or changes they feel need to be addressed by the next meeting. Liquor Licenses Administrative assistant Rhonda Smith presented berton would be convicted of murder, a more serious crime than homicide. But the important thing is he will be jailed, she said, crying. My son s life is not wasted. The Laude family s private lawyer, Harry Roque, said that this is a bittersweet victory because it is not murder, adding that if what he did isn t cruelty, I don t know what is. Witnesses had testified that Pemberton squeezed Laude s neck, dragged her to the toilet and dunked her head into the bowl. Two of Pemberton s U.S. Marine colleagues testified that Pemberton told them, I think I killed a he/she. The judge said she downgraded the murder charge to homicide because conditions such as cruelty and treachery had not been proven. The killing sparked anger in the Philippines and reignited calls by left-wing groups and nationalists for an end to America s military presence in the country at a time when the U.S. is reasserting its dominance in Asia and Manila has turned to Washington for support amid an escalating territorial dispute with China. Half a block from the court, dozens of left-wing protesters rejoiced after the verdict was announced by burning an effigy of Uncle Sam and yelling Justice for Jennifer! Police officers, fire trucks and iron railings were used to prevent them from getting closer to the courthouse. Pemberton, an anti-tank missile operator from New Bedford, Massachusetts, was one of thousands of American and Philippine military personnel who participated in the joint exercises last year. He and a group of other Marines were on leave after the exercises and met Laude and her friends at a bar in Olongapo, a city known for its nightlife located outside Subic Bay, a former U.S. Navy base. At least two witnesses testified that Laude was a sex worker. Pemberton and Laude left the bar and checked in together at a nearby hotel. About 30 minutes later, Pemberton walked out, leaving the room s door ajar, according to hotel staff. Pemberton testified in August that he had choked Laude during a fight that erupted when he discovered she was a transgender woman, but said she was still alive when he left her in a shower, ATHOL DAILY NEWS SANTA FUND My contribution of $ is enclosed From: Do Not Publish My Name In Memory Of: PRINT NAME Mail with check or money order to: Athol Daily News Santa Fund c/o Athol Daily News P.O. Box 1000 Athol, MA ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Page 5 Phillipston From Page 1 Guilty From Page 1 according to his lawyer, Rowena Garcia Flores. Lawyers for Laude s family, however, said Laude was dead when Pemberton left her. Police have said that Laude had apparently been drowned in a toilet. In the decision, Regional Trial Court Judge Roline Ginez-Jabalde ordered Pemberton temporarily jailed at the New Bilibid Prison, a national penitentiary in suburban Muntinlupa City. The judge said an agreement between the U.S. and the Philippines was ambiguous and failed to state in which facility within the Philippine military headquarters Pemberton would be detained and which government agency would have supervision. She ordered that he be brought to the national penitentiary, in accordance with local laws, until it is decided where he should be permanently held. ATHOL Beacon St., 235 $90,000 Jeanne M LeBlanc and Hometown Bank to Hometown Bank. Chestnut Hill Ave., 3854 $152,000 Thomas G Musco to Stephen Ballou. Paul Riendeau, Four Column Realty and Liza Hurlburt, Four Columns Realty. D St., 53 $117, 000 Christine Hause to Alexandra Davis. Liza Hurlburt, Four Column Realty and Diane Haley Brooks, Jackie Ledger Real Estate. Drury Ave., 339 $92,000 Theresa Barry to Audrey Young. Earl Dr., 53 $51,000 Donna Lopatosky to Jeanne and Bruce Carey. Pamela Caranfa for Burbank Real Estate. Hampstead Pl., 63 $80,000 Terri Johnson to Shirley Lozikowski. Tony Paoletti for Burbank Real Estate. New Sherborn Rd., 1820 $275,000 Resilient Investments to Ryan and Sarah Piragis. Newton St.,139 $50,000 Susan Strong and Andre Brousseau to Darien Brousseau and Shari A Sanborn. Orchard St., 188 $325,000 Patricia McHugh to John B and Katie M Bergeron. Paul Riendeau, Four Columns Realty and Sara Currier, Hometown Realtor. Pierce St., 40 $99,900 Scott and Lisa Parker to Juliann G Livingston. Pinedale Ave., 229 $170,000 Kim T Nguyen to Rameshchandra N and Lilabel R Patel. Pleasant St., 627 $142,900 Diana Wheeler to Andrew D and Jacinata J Seamans. Ridge Rd., 267 $133,700 Lawrence A and Marge Rintoul to Tyler A and Chelsea M Mason. S. Main St., 1082 $49,900 Deutsche Bk Natl T Co Tr to Virginia Realty Inc. South St., 128 $140,000 Debora J Boudreau to Steven C Lear. Western Ave., 71 $125,000 William and Donna Duplessie to Timothy Erickson. Tony Paoletti for Burbank Real Estate and John Colby for Colby Realty. GARDNER West St., ,000 Crescent Mortgage Company to Alexander J and Michele L Rheinbolt; Llza Hurlburt, Four Columns Realty and Jim Darcangelo, Central Mass Real Estate. five liquor license renewals, for: the King Phillip Restaurant, the Red Apple Farm, Lamb City Campground, the Katsbaa at Lamb City Campground, and the Variety Store. The selectmen signed all five renewals contingent on completion of a successful inspection by the Phillipston Fire Department. The businesses are expected to complete the inspections before the end of December successfully to be in compliance with the law and obtain their updated licenses. PFA Toy Drive The Phillipston Firemen s Association is collecting toys for 14 Phillipston families, for ages 9-10 for girls, and ages 6-10 for boys. The Association participates in this every year, and they are looking to collect new unwrapped toys as donations. Any donated toys can be dropped off at the town hall, the fire department, or the transfer station. Fire Department Appointment The Town of Phillipston requested the appointment of Lauren Morrow to the position of probationary to the fire department. Smith said there are a couple of positions currently available, and that the PFD is not looking to add positions, but to fill the empty positions to maintain its regular compliment. Smith explained the proposed probationary individual will be taking firefighter courses 1 and 2 which are qualifications needed to be passed as part of the probationary period. The selectmen unanimously approved the probationary appointment. Memory Tree Lighting There will be an official lighting of the Memory Tree on the Phillipston Town Common sponsored by the Phillipston Historical Society, on Sunday, Dec. 6, at 4:30 p.m. People can be named and announced in memory at the ceremony in lieu of a donation to the Phillipston Historical Society. The tree was donated by the Whiting family and Whiting Farm, and will have the lights placed on it by BOA Chair Gerhard Fandreyer. At the tree lighting, the prestigious Citizen of the Year award will be presented. Next Meeting The next meeting of the selectmen will be on Monday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. Pemberton s lawyers made an impromptu appeal against him being brought to the national penitentiary. After meeting with the lawyers and government representatives, the judge allowed Pemberton to be detained for five days at the military headquarters pending a permanent detention site, said Roque, the Laudes lawyer. The case has revived a debate over which government should have custody of U.S. military personnel who run afoul of local laws under a Visiting Forces Agreement the two allies signed in The agreement, which allows U.S. forces to conduct military exercises in the Philippines, says that the Philippines can prosecute American service members, but that the U.S. has custody over them from the commission of the offense until completion of all judicial proceedings. Real Estate Transactions The following real estate transactions were filed recently with area registrars of deeds. Some were selected from copyrighted material previously published in The Banker and Tradesman,a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group, www. thewarrengroup.com Listings indicate (in order) property locations, purchase price, seller, buyer, mortgage holder and real estate broker, where applicable. Translation of Latin legal abbreviations: et al means andothers ; et ux means and spouse. ORANGE Adams St., 13 $105,300 Joseph F Kennedy and Bayview Loan Svcng LLC to Bayview Loan Svcing LLC. Holtshire Rd., 123 $29,000 Larry J and Sheila P Hurlburt to Joseph Shay. Main St., 285 $ 65,000 Michele M Field and Athol CU to Athol CU. W. River St., 218 $177,500 Douglas J and Linda M Dupell to Gregory S Bryant. W. River St., 327 $175,000 J&P Wikel RT and Margaret L Wikel to Pat Neville. Winter St., 58 $81,500 Iva I Mckenney Est and Marie Tavernini to Kevin Yang. ROYALSTON Bliss Hill Rd., 153 $155,000 Sandra Cronin to Daniel J Larrabee. Stone Rd., 22 $90,000 FNMA to John M and Donna M Maccallum. NEW SALEM Michael Ln., 89 $76,447 James A Roberge and US Bank NA Tr to US Bank NA Tr. Michael Ln., 89 $30,000 Caliber Home Loans to Stephen and Laura Bergeron. Liza Hurlburt, Four Columns Realty. PHILLIPSTON Main Rd., 85 $165,000 Martha J Arsenault to Jessica Mullaney. Royalston Rd., 35 $160,000 James H Wilson and Deutsche Bk Natl T Co Tr to Nashaway Realty LLC. Searles Hill Rd., 10 $91,000 FNMA to Kyle N and Wendy R Higgins. TEMPLETON Shore Dr., 72 $240,000 Ronald and Janis Hudson to Themis and Linda Tsoumas. Pamela Caranfa for Burbank Real Estate. WINCHENDON Rice Rd., 71 $67,500 U S Bank Trust to Deanna C Duarte. Liza Hurlburt, Four Columns Realty and Corie Gracie, Dimicale and Gracie Real Estate. SHUTESBURY Wendell Rd., 473 $245,000 Patrick Dempsy to Deborah Blakeman. Lori Kaltner for Godin Real Estate. WARWICK Old Winchester Rd., 203 $175,500 Frederick E and Lois C Provost to Patricia A Lazok.

6 Page 6 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 No longer perfect, Pats look to clinch top playoff spot By JIMMY GOLEN AP Sports Writer FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) At least New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn t have to answer or, more precisely, not answer questions about an undefeated season anymore. The Patriots quest for a second perfect regular season came to an end Sunday night with a overtime loss to the Denver Broncos. What s worse, tight end Rob Gronkowski was injured late in the game, putting a scare into a team that had already lost many of Tom Brady s offensive weapons. He is the best tight end in football, Brady said. It is so hard to see these guys get hurt this way.... It is hard to see your friends get taken down like that. It is part of this sport and we understand that, but I also have a lot of respect for guys that take the field. Gronkowski joins a list of injured that already included running back Dion Lewis, receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola, and a slew of offensive linemen. So instead of thinking about 16-0, the Patriots can worry about playoff position. The Patriots lead the AFC East by four games with five to play, and they could clinch their 12th division title in 13 seasons as early as Sunday. They have a one-game lead over Cincinnati and Denver for home-field advantage through the playoffs, but the Broncos now hold the tiebreaker. They re a great team. They (were) 10-0 for a reason, Broncos receiver Andre Caldwell said. They re a tough win, so we feel like we ll definitely see them down the road. Gronkowski has been one of the most productive tight ends in NFL history when he s on the field. He was knocked out with season-ending injuries in back-to-back seasons in , and Sunday night s hit appeared as if it could do so again. Gronkowski remained on the turf, writhing in pain, after taking a hit on the right knee from Denver defensive back Darian Stewart with 2:49 left in regulation. The big tight end needed help to get to a cart, which carried him off the field. But after the game he was seen walking with only a slight limp. Asked Monday if the news was encouraging, Belichick declined to give details. We always hope for the best for all of our players, he said. That will never change. Backup tight end Scott Chandler had five catches for 58 yards and a touchdown for the Patriots against Denver, by far the best performance since he joined the Patriots this season. We will need to rely on him quite a bit, Brady said. He is going to be a major contributor for our team. It was good to see him do that and we will see how it will go going forward. Chandler said the team has no choice but to move on. I think if you sit there and dwell on it, it might be overwhelming, he said. But we can t do that. Also Monday, the Patriots released receiver Chris Harper, whose fumbled fourth-quarter punt return helped the Broncos rally from a 14-point deficit. DEFEND THE DRIBBLE Mahar s Issak Reinikainen defends against teammate Sam Paul (21) during Monday s tryout in Orange. Monday marked the start of winter sports across the state. Previews of all teams will be available in the Athol Daily News Winter Peeks supplement. Photo By Mike Phillips 5-7 bowl teams to be selected in order of academic rating By RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer After a bad season on the field for Mike Riley s first Nebraska team, some good work in the classroom by the Huskers when Bo Pelini was coach will keep Big Red playing football this season. Missouri, however, will pass on a chance to play in a bowl game with a 5-7 record. The NCAA Division I council approved a plan Monday that will make teams with 5-7 records eligible for at least two bowl bids and as many as five based on their Academic Progress Rates. The council approved a recommendation made by the football oversight committee that was necessary to fill the record 40 bowls after not enough teams met the standard bowl-eligibility requirements. There are 75 teams with at least six victories and a.500 record going into the final weekend of the regular season. Eighty are needed. Only three more Kansas State, Georgia State and South Alabama can get to six wins. All three are underdogs in their games. Based on scores, the latest available, Nebraska has the best APR among 5-7 teams at 985. Pelini, who was fired after last season, was the Huskers coach back then. The Cornhuskers finished their first season under Riley last Friday with a loss to Iowa, but Nebraska has indicated it will accept a bid if invited. Missouri is next on the list with an APR of 976, but moments after the NCAA announced that the Tigers would have a chance to play in the postseason athletic director Mack Rhoades released a statement saying the team will not participate. Our focus remains on identifying the right leader for our program and moving forward with the transition process, Rhoades said. Missouri is in the process of trying to find a replacement for retiring coach Gary Pinkel, who announced two weeks ago that he was stepping down at the end of the season because he has lymphoma. Kansas State can become bowl eligible Saturday at West Virginia, but with a 976 APR, the Wildcats could get in either way. Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said earlier in the day that he would let the players decide if they wanted to participate in a bowl game at 5-7 after playing West Virginia. The next four teams are Minnesota (975), San Jose State (975), Illinois (973) and Rice (973). In a statement, San Jose State University interim president Dr. Susan Martin and athletic director Gene Bleymaier said they would support an opportunity to participate in a bowl game if invited. The other three schools they were still unsure if the teams would play in a bowl if invited. Illinois will continue to monitor the situation and, when appropriate, talk with the Big Ten Conference office and Illinois staff before making a decision, the school said in a statement. The selection process will be market driven and allow the bowls with spots to fill to invite the 5-7 team that makes the most sense for its game as long as the selection is made in order of best available APR. So Illinois can t be invited until San Jose State is invited. Bowl organizers prefer teams in their region so fans can drive to the game and Big Ten bowls are bound to be looking for teams. The conference has nine bowl agreements, including the Rose Bowl, plus it is likely to send a team to the College Football Playoff and maybe one more to a third New Year s Six game. The Big Ten has only eight bowl-eligible teams. FIRED UP New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick yells to the officials during the second half of an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, in Denver. AP Photo/Joe Mahoney Bradley gets 25, Celtics snap road slide By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer MIAMI (AP) Whenever Boston s lead looked shaky in the final minutes, Avery Bradley had an answer. And just like that, the Celtics three-game road slide is over. Bradley scored 25 points and forced a big turnover when he knocked away a pass by Dwyane Wade with a minute remaining, Jared Sullinger had 17 points and the Celtics put all five starters in double figures on the way to beating the Miami Heat Monday night. Isaiah Thomas scored 16 while fellow starters Jae Crowder and Amir Johnson each added 13 for Boston. Evan Turner had 13 off the bench. I felt like we came out from the beginning of the game and had a defensive mindset, Bradley said. He had enough of an offensive mindset when Boston needed as well. Bradley has scored at least 25 points in three of his last six outings. He hit huge shots when we needed them most, Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. Wade scored 30 for Miami, which cut a 14-point deficit to one in the fourth quarter but never led after halftime. Chris Bosh played through an illness to add 21 points for the Heat, who got 10 from Tyler Johnson off the bench. Miami made it a one-possession game on five separate occasions in the final 14 minutes, and Boston scored on its ensuing trip every time. The first three of those were all on jumpers by Bradley, two of them being 3-pointers, and Wade lamented afterward that Miami couldn t get stops at the biggest moments. They played their game from the start, Wade said. They were the desperate team tonight. Boston was up midway through the fourth when Wade got on a tear, scoring eight consecutive Miami points and getting the Heat By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP) This season of injury upon injury for the Ravens finally includes a break worth celebrating. Brent Urban blocked Travis Coons field-goal attempt and Will Hill returned it 64 yards for a touchdown as time expired, giving Baltimore a stunning win Monday night over the luckless Cleveland Browns, who lost their sixth straight game along with starting quarterback Josh McCown. Coons lined up to kick a potential game-winning 51-yard field goal with 3 seconds to go for the Browns (2-9), but it was deflected by Urban, who was playing his first NFL game after missing the past two seasons with injuries to his knee and right arm. It s surreal, said a beaming Urban, a fourth-round pick in 2014 who missed all last season and tore his biceps earlier this year. After being out so long, it s crazy. I m almost speechless. It s just a wonderful feeling. Quarterback Matt Schaub, making his first start since 2013, threw two touchdown passes for the Ravens (4-7), who seem to take every game to the wire. All 11 of their games have been decided by less than eight points. One of the greatest football games you re probably ever going to see in terms of excitement, said Ravens coach John Harbaugh. McCown injured his collarbone in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Austin Davis, whose 42- yard TD pass to Travis Benjamin tied it with 1:47 remaining. Benjamin got inside Hill, who spent the waning moments hoping for a chance at redemption. within five on a layup with 3:24 left. Bosh scored with 2:02 left to cut Boston s lead to 96-93, but Crowder made two free throws to give the Celtics a bit of breathing room and the Heat never got any closer again. We had some stretches where we were able to change the momentum, but for the most part those skirmishes, loose balls, they were able to impact those more consistently, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. In the end, even though our offense was inconsistent down the stretch, those plays really impacted the momentum, the will and feel of the game. TIP-INS Celtics: Boston has won at least one game at Miami in nine of the last 10 seasons.... Thomas has reached double figures in scoring in all 18 of Boston s games this season, and in his last 24 regular-season games going back to last season.... The Celtics blocked three shots, giving them 82 for the season. That s only seven more than Miami s Hassan Whiteside, the NBA swat leader. Heat: Miami used only an eightman rotation, differing from the normal nine or Whiteside s first field goal came with 3:23 left in the third quarter.... Miami lost for the third time in its first 11 home games of the season.... The Heat are 1-4 when allowing opponents to reach the 100-point mark. When holding them under triple digits, Miami is 9-2. DRAW THE FOUL Boston Celtics center Jared Sullinger (7) is fouled by Miami Heat forward Josh McRoberts (4) in the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game, Monday, in Miami. The Celtics won the game AP Photo/Joe Skipper I was desperate and frustrated at the same time, Hill said. I was praying that we could get a block and it bounced my way and I took it to the end zone. The Browns appeared to be in position to pull out a comeback win after cornerback Tramon Williams intercepted Schaub with 50 seconds left at Baltimore s 46. But as Cleveland attempted to get closer for Coons, Davis wasted valuable time because of a communication issue with the sideline and the QB couldn t get out of bounds after a scramble, forcing the Browns to call a timeout. Coons was 18 for 18 this season, but his kick was low, allowing Urban to get a hand on it. As Hill sprinted down the sideline, Browns fans, some of whom came to the game with brown paper bags over their heads, felt more disgust. It s a tough one to wrap your ALL OR NOTHING Nine of the Celtics 10 wins have been by at least 10 points, with the lone exception an victory over winless Philadelphia last week. Five of the Celtics eight losses were by double digits, with the others coming by two, four and eight points. UP NEXT Celtics: Visit Sacramento on Thursday. Heat: Host Oklahoma City on Thursday. Ravens return blocked field-goal to beat Browns brain around, Browns coach Mike Pettine said. It s frustrating we didn t finish it. Schaub finished 20 of 34 for 232 yards and his first TDs since Dec. 23, McCown, who has played hurt most of this season and was only starting because Johnny Manziel TOUCHDOWN Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken celebrates after scoring a 15-yard touchdown in the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Monday, in Cleveland. AP Photo/Ron Schwane got benched, was 21 of 38 for 212 yards and a TD. Cleveland linebacker Karlos Dansby picked off Schaub and returned it 52 yards for a TD in the third quarter to give the Browns a lead, the first time they ve been ahead in a game since the first half against Arizona on Nov. 1 a span of more than 173 minutes. But they weren t up for long as Schaub countered with his second scoring pass, a 15-yarder to Kamar Aiken to put the Ravens ahead with 5:30 left in the third quarter.

7 Fantasy: How to keep your team going with spare parts By JOSH HOFFNER Associated Press In virtually every fantasy football league in the world, Kirk Cousins wasn t even considered as a quarterback option on draft day. He wasn t even the top option on his own team for most of the offseason. A lot has changed in four months. Cousins was a solid fantasy performer yet again last week, with 302 yards passing, one touchdown through the air and one score on the ground. Many fantasy owners desperate for a productive quarterback in the final stretch of the regular season rode him to a victory, proving yet again that you can win crunch-time fantasy games with waiver wire castoffs. Cousins has been a viable quarterback streaming option for several weeks, most notably in a 4 TD performance against the Saints two weeks ago. So was Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay s complete domination of the Eagles two weeks ago. The lesson here is that it s not too late to remake your lineup with spare parts as you look to make a final run to the playoffs or even solidify your roster if you have a postseason berth locked up. And if you re completely out of contention, remember that it s deeply immoral for fantasy owners to mail it in during the final weeks. Doing so affects the integrity of the game but most importantly can allow your opponent to sneak into the playoffs on a cheap win while others in the league don t have the same luxury. The lesson is that it s never too late to rework your team, even if it s with obscure names. Here are some options: SCOTT CHANDLER The good news for Rob Gronkowski and his owners: His knee injury isn t as bad as originally thought. The bad news: He apparently will miss at least one game. Enter Chandler. He has touchdowns in two of the last three weeks, including a 58-yard output against the Broncos. He gets a favorable ON THE MAT Athol High School s Merrick Decker works on the mat during Monday s wrestling practice. Monday marked the start of winter sports across the state. Previews of all teams will be available in the Athol Daily News Winter Peeks supplement. Photo By Josh Talbot LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by PETER A. DUNNINGTON AND LORI A. STUDT to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., dated September 26, 2007 and recorded with the Worcester County (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds at Book 41852, Page 248, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder by assignment from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. to CitiMortgage, Inc. dated April 23, 2012 and recorded with said Registry on May 3, 2012 at Book 48917, Page 124, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing, the same will be sold at Public Auction at 4:00 p.m. on December 16, 2015, on the mortgaged premises located at 425 Wallingford Avenue, Athol, Worcester County, Massachusetts, all and singular the premises described in said mortgage, TO WIT: The land with the buildings thereon, situated in said Athol being a portion of Lake Park, so called and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner thereof at a bound on the southerly line of Wallingford Avenue; THENCE: Southerly at a right angle with said Wallingford Avenue 78 feet to a bound; THENCE: Westerly at a right angle with the last-described line 78 feet to a bound; THENCE: continuing in the same course 78 feet to a bound; THENCE: northerly at a right angle with the last-described line 78 feet to a bound on the southerly line of said Wallingford Avenue; THENCE: Easterly on the southerly line of said Wallingford Avenue 78 feet to a bound; THENCE: continuing in the same course and on the southerly line of said Wallingford Avenue 78 feet to the place of beginning. Being the same premises conveyed to us by Deed of Janet E. Thomas and Karen L. Thomas dated September 24, 2007 and recorded with Worcester District Registry of Deeds at Book 41852, Page For mortgagor s(s ) title see deed recorded with Worcester County (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds in Book 41852, Page 246. These premises will be sold and conveyed subject to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments, any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of record which are in force and are applicable, having priority over said mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions, easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is made in the deed. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars by certified or bank check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of sale. The balance is to be paid by certified or bank check at Harmon Law Offices, P.C., 150 California Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02458, or by mail to P.O. Box , Newton Highlands, Massachusetts , within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the purchase price. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. CITIMORTGAGE, INC. Present holder of said mortgage By its Attorneys, HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C. 150 California Street Newton, MA (617) YEL November 24, December 1, 8, 2015 matchup this week against a weak Philadelphia defense, and is only 9 percent owned in Yahoo leagues. JAMEIS WINSTON Yes, it would have seemed laughable in September, but he makes sense if you re thin at quarterback. His New Orleans matchup at home in two weeks is favorable. He is 43 percent owned in Yahoo leagues. DONTRELLE INMAN Another formerly unheard-of player who now has fantasy relevance as injuries take their toll on the San Diego offense. Inman picked up 65 yards and a touchdown last week. The other (and harder to obtain on the waiver wire) Charger WR option is Stevie Johnson. JAVORIUS ALLEN In most leagues, it s too late to snag the Ravens running back. But he is clearly their go-to back with Justin Forsett injured. If you want to gamble on his backup, look at Terrance West. He ripped off a couple nice runs Monday night and could find the end zone in the last month of the season. MARKUS WHEATON His eruption against the Seahawks on Sunday (201 yards and a touchdown) is baffling considering it was similar to his production for the entire season up to that point. He is definitely worth a flyer, but his big game seems more like an anomaly than a sign of things to come the rest of the year. But with defenses focusing on Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant, he will continue to get looks. DeVANTE PARKER The Miami rookie wideout has not lived up to the hype, but it s still not too late. He had 80 yards and a touchdown in Miami s blowout loss to the New York Jets, and look for the Dolphins to get their young talent as many reps in the final month of the season as they get ready for And if the Dolphins keep getting blown out, that opens up the door to garbage time points. ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Page 7 SLIDE THOSE FEET Athol High School assistant basketball coach Brian Patria, left, dribbles the basketball as members of the team work on their defensive footwork during Monday s practice. Monday marked the start of winter sports across the state. Previews of all teams will be available in the Athol Daily News Winter Peeks supplement. Photo By Josh Talbot USC names Clay Helton permanent coach after strong finish By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) Clay Helton has twice taken charge of the Southern California football program in moments of crisis and steadied the Trojans with calm leadership. Athletic director Pat Haden decided Helton has earned the chance to be much more than his backup plan. USC hired Helton as its permanent coach on Monday, removing the interim tag five days before the Trojans face Stanford in the Pac- AP source: Bonds in talks to become Marlins hitting coach MIAMI (AP) Barry Bonds might soon be tutoring Giancarlo Stanton, slugger to slugger. Bonds is talking with the Miami Marlins about working for them as a hitting coach, a person familiar with the discussions said Monday. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the discussions haven t been confirmed publicly. The Marlins interest in the steroids-tainted home run king was first reported by CBSSports.com. If hired by the Marlins, Bonds would coach Stanton, their $325 million slugger, who has 181 career homers even though he just turned 26. Frank Menechino will be LEGAL NOTICE MORTGAGEE S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given by CARL PHILIP DALY, SR. AND ANNA MARIE DALY to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for GMAC Mortgage, LLC f/k/a GMAC Mortgage Corporation, its successors and assigns, dated June 23, 2008 and recorded with the Franklin County Registry of Deeds at Book 5524, Page 211, subsequently assigned to GMAC Mortgage, LLC by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., by assignment recorded in said Registry of Deeds in Book 6170, Page 49, subsequently assigned to Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC by GMAC Mortgage LLC, by assignment recorded in said Registry of Deeds in Book 6453, Page 124, subsequently assigned to Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB DBA Christiana Trust as Trustee for HLSS Mortgage Master Trust for the benefit of the holders of the Series Certificates issued by HLSS Mortgage Master Trust by Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, by assignment recorded in said Registry of Deeds in Book 6683 Page 258, of which the Mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 AM on December 22, 2015 at 84 Bacon Street, Orange, MA, all and singular the premises described in said Mortgage, to wit: the land in said Orange situate at the junction of Bacon and East Howe Street with the buildings thereon, bounded and described as follows: BEGIINNING at a stone monument at the junction of Bacon and East Howe Streets at the northwest Corner of the granted premises; THENCE running easterly in the southerly line of said East Howe Street about 8 rods to an iron pin at land formerly of Sarah D. Francis; THENCE southerly on said Francis land about 8 rods to land formerly of Eugene C. Bartlett; THENCE westerly on said Bartlett land to an iron pin in the east line of said Bacon Street THENCE northerly in line of said Bacon Street about 8 rods to the place of beginning. For title see deed at Book 3982, Page 232. The premises are to be sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, restrictions, building and zoning laws, unpaid taxes, tax titles, water bills, municipal liens and assessments, rights of tenants and parties in possession. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a certified check, bank treasurer s check, or money order will be required to be delivered at or before the time the bid is offered. The successful bidder will be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale Agreement immediately after the close of the bidding. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the sale date in the form of a certified check, bank treasurer s check or other check satisfactory to Mortgagee s attorney. The Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue the sale and to amend the terms of the sale by written or oral announcement made before or during the foreclosure sale. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s attorney. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE. Other terms if any, to be announced at the sale. Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB DBA Christiana Trust as Trustee for HLSS Mortgage Master Trust for the benefit of the holders of the Series Certificates issued by HLSS Mortgage Master Trust Present Holder of said Mortgage, By Its Attorneys, ORLANS MORAN PLLC P.O. Box Waltham, MA Phone: December 1, 8, 15, championship game. Helton guided the troubled Trojans (8-4, 5-3 Pac-12) to five victories and a Pac-12 South title in his seven-week tenure after taking over for Steve Sarkisian, making him 6-2 in two interim stints at USC over the past three years. The 43-year-old career assistant coach s reward for that combination of success and stability is one of the most coveted jobs in college football. I totally understand that I am not a flashy name, but I don t want to be flashy, said Helton, who is in his back in 2016 for his third season as Marlins hitting coach, and Bonds would work with him. Bonds is the career leader in home runs with 762; Menechino hit 36. Bonds would join the staff of six-time All-Star Don Mattingly, who recently became the Marlins seventh manager since June Bonds has worked as a guest instructor for the San Francisco Giants in spring training since his first full-time head coaching job. I never have been, and never will be. Although Haden claimed he interviewed several more prominent candidates, his quiet in-season search ended with Helton, who got a fiveyear contract to stay on. He had been an assistant at USC since 2010, working as the offensive coordinator under Lane Kiffin and Sarkisian. After I observed Clay in action the last seven weeks, it became abundantly clear that what we were searching for in a coach was right here in front of us, Haden said. playing days ended. A seven-time NL MVP, Bonds broke Hank Aaron s career home record of 755 on Aug. 7, 2007, in the last of his 22 big league seasons. In July, after a pursuit that lasted nearly a decade, federal prosecutors dropped what remained of their criminal case against Bonds. But because of the taint of steroids, he has come up short in Hall of Fame balloting. LEGAL NOTICE MORTGAGEE S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given by GEORGE M. TENNEY III to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for First NLC Financial, LLC, its successors and assigns, dated January 17, 2006 and recorded with the Worcester County (Worcester District) Registry of Deeds at Book 38260, Page 306 subsequently assigned to Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas formerly known as Banker s Trust Company, as Trustee and Custodian for IXIS 2006-HE2 by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. by assignment recorded in said Registry of Deeds at Book 42150, Page 291 subsequently assigned to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee for Ixis Real Estate Capital Trust 2006-HE2 Mortgage Pass Through Certificates, Series 2006-HE2 by Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas formerly known as Banker s Trust Company, as Trustee and Custodian for IXIS HE2 by assignment recorded in said Registry of Deeds at Book 50411, Page 57; of which Mortgage the undersigned is the present holder for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing same will be sold at Public Auction at 3:00 PM on December 22, 2015 at 155 Royalston Road, Phillipston, MA, all and singular the premises described in said Mortgage, to wit: The land in the Town of Phillipston, County of Worcester, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, situated on the westerly side of the so-called Royalston Road, leading from Phillipston Four Corners to South Royalston in the westerly part of said Phillipston, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwesterly corner thereof at a point in the westerly line of the so-called Royalston Road leading from Phillipston Four Comers to South Royalston, at a stone wall, at land now or formerly of one Roy; Thence southerly at an included angle of 94 00, by the westerly line of Royalston Road, 4.0 feet to a cement monument; Thence continuing in the said direction, by said road, feet to a Worcester County Highway Bound at a point of curvature; Thence still southerly, by a curve to the right, by the westerly line of Royalston Road, feet to a corner; Thence westerly, about 2 feet to a cement monument; Thence continuing in the same direction, westerly, by land now or formerly of George M. Tenney et ux, feet to a cement monument; Thence northerly at an included angle of 92 57, by land now or formerly of George M. Tenney et ux, feet to a cement monument; Thence continuing in the same direction, still be land now or formerly of George M. Tenney et ux, 7.0 feet to a point in the stone wall in line of land of one Roy; Thence easterly at an included angle of 87 36, by a stone wall, by land of one Roy, feet to the westerly line of aforementioned Royalston Road and the place of beginning. Meaning and intending to describe the same premises conveyed by deed Dated May 11, 2004 and recorded on May 12, 2004 at 12:49 PM in Book at Page 158. FOR REFERENCE ONLY: 155 ROYALSTON ROAD PHIL- LIPSTON, MA APLAT: 41 LOT: 8 The premises are to be sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, restrictions, building and zoning laws, liens, attorney s fees and costs pursuant to M.G.L.Ch.183A, unpaid taxes, tax titles, water bills, municipal liens and assessments, rights of tenants and parties in possession. TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS ($5,000.00) in the form of a certified check, bank treasurer s check or money order will be required to be delivered at or before the time the bid is offered. The successful bidder will be required to execute a Foreclosure Sale Agreement immediately after the close of the bidding. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid within thirty (30) days from the sale date in the form of a certified check, bank treasurer s check or other check satisfactory to Mortgagee s attorney. The Mortgagee reserves the right to bid at the sale, to reject any and all bids, to continue the sale and to amend the terms of the sale by written or oral announcement made before or during the foreclosure sale. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee s attorney. The description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control in the event of an error in this publication. TIME WILL BE OF THE ESSENCE. Other terms if any, to be announced at the sale. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee for Ixis Real Estate Capital Trust 2006-HE2 Mortgage Pass Through Certificates, Series 2006-HE2 Present Holder of said Mortgage, By Its Attorneys, ORLANS MORAN PLLC PO Box Waltham, MA Phone: (781) December 1, 8, 15, 2015

8 Page 8 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Call Us Classified Advertising us at CLASSIFICATION INDEX Antiques 46 Apartments For Rent 75 Appliances 34 ATV s 11 Auctions 62 Auto Parts and Acces. 8 Autos For Sale 7 Bicycles 16 Boats and Marine Equip. 14 Building Materials 36 Business Opportunities 69 Business Property 80 Campers, RV s, Trailer s 13 Camping Equipment 17 Child Care 58 Christmas Trees, Trims 70 Computers 50 Feed, Seed, Plants 30 Financial 6 Fishing Equipment 20 Firewood For Sale 40 Fruits and Vegetables 29 Fuel 38 Furniture 32 Garage & Tag Sales 89 Heating and Air Cond. 47 Help Wanted 66 Household Goods 33 Houses For Rent 77 Hunting Equipment 19 Income Tax 56 Instruction 5 Insurance 55 Lawn, Garden, Farm Equip. 27 Lawn and Garden Care 28 Livestock 24 Lost and Found 60 Lots and Acreage 73 Machinery and Tools 35 Medical Help Wanted 67 Miscellaneous For Sale 1 Mobile Homes 74 Modular Homes 71 Motorcycles and Scooters 10 Moving and Storage 41 Musical Equipment 21 Notices 59 Office Equipment 49 Open House 72 Pets Available 22 Pets and Supplies 23 Professional 3 Real Estate For Sale 82 Real Estate Wanted 81 Rooms For Rent 78 and Repairs 2 Situations Wanted 68 Snowmobiles 15 Snowplowing 4 Sports Equipment 18 Swimming Pools 42 Tag Sale Special 96 TV, Radio and Recording 37 Transportation 65 Travel 84 Trucks and Trailers 9 Vacation Property 79 Vacation Rentals 83 Valentines & Christmas 92 Wanted To Buy 43 Wanted To Rent 76 Wood Heating 39 ERRORS!! Please read your ad on the first publication day. In the event of an error or omission, call us before our deadline for correction in the next edition. No liability will be recognized after the first day. Athol Daily News (978) Miscellaneous for Sale Oil Change $12.95 Grace Quality Cars 320 State Road, Phillipston, MA (978) gracequalitycars.com Sales Service Body Shop IT'S ILLEGAL for companies doing business by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver. For more information, call toll free: (877)FTC-HELP A public service message from The Athol Daily News & the Federal Trade Commission. 2 HEATHCLIFF BLONDIE and Repairs HAYDEN ROOFING Residential & Commercial Siding Windows Doors Container Rental Lic. #88780 (978) and Repairs PIONEER WALLPAPERING And painting. Specializing in the professional installation of all types of wall covering and interior painting. Call anytime, (978) MCLAUGHLIN PAVING Driveways, sidewalks and parking lots. 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(978) Business Property ATHOL Approximately 2,000 sq. ft. of ground floor, professional space. Call Wes Real Estate for Sale PETERSHAM Farm. 1850's farmhouse with barn. Wide floorboards, hand hued beams. Bee hive oven, with 72 acres. Asking $525,000. (860) Ask for Alice. JOB HUNTING POINTER Pre-interview Pointer...Find out as much about the company as possible, beforehand. Prospective employers are always impressed with knowledgeable candidates. Your research also shows enthusiasm and thoroughness two more points in your favor! A message from The Athol Daily News. Puzzle On Page 10 HÄGAR the Horrible By Dik Browne BABY BLUES By Jerry Scott & Rick Kirkman BUCKLES By David Gilbert

9 Classified Advertising Immediate Long Term Openings! Meet Reliable Temps at the Orange Career Center Wed., 12/2 12:30-2pm Or Call Today! Real Estate for Sale ATHOL Well constructed, five room, one owner ranch. Two Bedrooms, One bath, with accomodations to add a bath in the basement. 1,353 living area,.83 acre lot. Cabinet kitchen, built in oven and microwave, central vacume, fireplace, big deck. Oil heat, double pane windows, nearly new roof. Quiet neighborhood, easy access. $159,900. (978) Help Wanted Dad held after remains are found KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) A Kansas bail bondsman was charged Monday with assaulting his wife and abusing his missing son, and a prosecutor said the case escalated into a much larger investigation when police found unidentified human remains in a barn on the man s property. Michael A. Jones, 44, who works out of Topeka, was ordered held on $10 million bond after making his first court appearance on charges of child abuse, aggravated battery and aggravated assault with a firearm. Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome A. Gorman said police were called Wednesday to Jones home in rural Kansas City, Kansas, to investigate a domestic disturbance. While there, they were notified that the 7-yearold boy, called A.J., was missing. The abuse and battery charges are related to an alleged attack on his wife, Heather Jones. The child abuse charge, described as torturing or cruelly beating, is the tip of the iceberg in the case involving the boy, Gorman said. The district attorney declined Monday during a news conference to address a media report that the remains had been fed to pigs but said investigators called the crime scene gruesome. Officers who have been out there have described this as one of the worst things that they have ever seen, and for officers on the street and detectives to come up and say that this case has made them angry, you can just surmise from that what kind of scene it must have been, he said. Gorman compared the case to a 2004 investigation in which a man was convicted of killing three acquaintances and eating the flesh of one of his victims. The man, Marc Sappington, told investigators he was high on PCP when voices told him he had to eat flesh and blood or he would die. He killed his victims, all from Kansas City, Kansas, during a four-day span in April Sappington was sentenced in 2004 to three life terms. Gorman declined to answer specific questions about the conditions of the remains or the boy s possible whereabouts, saying repeatedly that much more work needed to be done in what he called a complicated investigation. He said he expected more charges and that it was possible other suspects might be arrested. Asked how long the remains might have been at the scene, Gorman noted that the child abuse charge indicates the boy was abused between May 1 and Sept. 28. Six girls ranging in ages from 10 to less than 2 were taken from the Jones home and are in state custody. They are healthy and safe and will be under court jurisdiction for some time, Gorman said. Investigators are still trying to determine the parents of each of the children, but Gorman said Heather Jones was not A.J. s mother, who investigators are trying to locate. HOW DO YOU CONVINCE someone to call about the car, or the house, or the camper, or the camera you want to sell? Put it in print. Explain what made you make the purchase initially. Was it the way it handled? That you could see the kids playing outside? Was it the restful nights you knew you would get from the great outdoors? Or the memories that camera could give you? Need help? Call us (978) Help Wanted NIGHT CORRESPONDENTS Experienced reporters are sought for evening coverage of town government meetings, such as select board meetings, special town meetings, and major town events. These are part time positions (at least one meeting per week), assignments are as needed, and may include occasional work on the weekend. Photography skills are a plus. Please send letters of interest and resumes to: Attn: Editor Deborrah Porter P.O. Box 1000, Athol, MA or 4-day deer hunt begins at Blue Hills MILTON, Mass. (AP) More than 80 hunters have begun the first of four state-approved days of deer hunting at Blue Hills State Reservation in Milton. The Boston Globe reports 89 hunters have completed the necessary safety course to obtain a hunting permit. Department of Conservation and Recreation officials say 84 arrived at the 7,000-acre reservation at the start of the day on Monday. Officials had proposed four days of hunting as a way to curb the deer population. Officials said the deer population has exploded and is threatening the long-term health of the forest. The hunt resumes on Tuesday, followed by two more day on Dec. 7 and Dec. 8 during the state s normal shotgun season. Hunting will be allowed on 3,000 acres of the reservation from 5 a.m. until 4 p.m. Prosecution rests in teen s trial SALEM, Mass. (AP) Prosecutors have rested their case in the trial of a Massachusetts teenager charged with killing his math teacher. Sixteen-year-old Philip Chism is charged with rape and murder in the October 2013 slaying of 24-year-old Danvers High School teacher Colleen Ritzer. The prosecution rested its case on Monday after calling Dr. Anna McDonald, a medical examiner who testified that the attack on Ritzer was so violent that it was impossible to determine if she was already dead before being attacked in woods behind the school. Prosecutors say the attack began earlier in a girl s bathroom inside the high school. Defense attorneys have acknowledged that Chism, who was 14 at the time, killed Ritzer, but they contend he has severe mental illness and is not criminally responsible for his actions. Man took ambulance for joy ride YORK, Pa. (AP) Emergency workers in Pennsylvania got an unpleasant surprise when they wheeled a patient out of a home to their ambulance, only to find it wasn t there. Police in York tell the York Dispatch 21-year-old Leonard Eugene Smith took the vehicle for a joy ride Friday before ditching it. They say an in-vehicle camera captured his actions and a tracking device led them to the ambulance. Jim Arvin, president and CEO of White Rose Ambulance, says the video shows Smith having a good time behind the wheel, adding he seemed excited. Smith is charged with felony theft and a misdemeanor count of recklessly endangering another person. He s jailed on $75,000 bail. The patient, who was having breathing problems, got to the hospital without much delay after another ambulance was called. Santa obliges dad of sleeping boy EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) When Donnie Walters took son Zeke to have his picture taken with Santa Claus, the 6-month-old boy couldn t stay awake while they waited in line. So Santa obliged Walters and posed asleep with the snoozing child resting on his belly. Walters posted the photos of the sleeping pair on Facebook. The photos taken Nov. 25 at Evansville s Eastland Mall and posted the following day have been liked 371,000 times and shared more than 195,000. Walters tells USA Today that everyone has been very kind. He says most comments referred to how much the pictures have brightened people s day. Mass. gas prices down a penny BOSTON (AP) The cost of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts has dropped another penny. AAA Northeast said its weekly survey released Monday found self-serve, regular selling for an average of $2.06 per gallon. The price is the same as it was a month ago and 79 cents lower than a year ago. The Massachusetts price is 2 cents per gallon higher than the national average. AAA found a range of 47 cents, from a low of $1.93 for self-serve, regular to a high of $2.40. Stolen bust of Lincoln found GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) A bust of Abraham Lincoln that was stolen from outside a museum near where he delivered the Gettysburg Address has been found. Hall of Presidents and First Ladies Museum manager Rose Little says the bust was found in a nearby cemetery s bushes by some out-of-state visitors on Friday. She tells the Gettysburg Times the visitors called the museum to report the discovery and delivered the bust to her. Rose says it appears to be in good shape, with just a bit of mud caked on it. She says the museum will clean it and put President Lincoln back up on the pedestal where he belongs. The bust was stolen sometime between Nov. 22 and Nov. 23, and just days after the city celebrated the 152nd anniversary of Lincoln s Gettysburg Address on Nov. 19. ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Page 9 COMMUNITY MEAL Diane Lincoln (pictured left) and Joanna Katzen provided original tunes and smooth harmonies during the November community meal at the Athol Congregational Church UCC. The next community meal will be Friday, Dec. 4. The special holiday meal will be pork roast and sides, and a special dessert. There will be the annual Carol Sing with Lis Leal at the piano and Al and Bonnie Benjamin before the meal. There are sure to be some surprises. Make your reservation by calling the church at by Dec. 2. Submitted photo VTech breach exposes customers NEW YORK (AP) Kid s technology maker VTech says the personal information of about 5 million of its customers and their children may have been stolen by hackers. The Hong Kong-based company disclosed the breach of a customer database late last week, but didn t say until Monday how many people could be affected. The news comes just as the holiday shopping season is kicking into gear and kid s smartwatches and tablets made by companies such as VTech are expected to be high on children s wish lists. VTech s Kidizoom Smartwatch is predicted to be a top seller this holiday season, while its InnoTab tablets have been popular in the past. PORTLAND, Maine (AP) A bill designed to allow workers at companies with 11 or more employees to earn paid sick leave will not come up for debate in the coming legislative session. The bill would have granted workers the ability to earn up to seven days of paid sick time per year, said its sponsor, Sen. Anne Haskell, D- Portland. Its failure before the state s Legislative Council, a bipartisan panel that decides which bills advance, on Nov. 19 means it won t go to the full legislature in the session that begins in January, she said. Haskell said her bill was modeled after a Massachusetts law that went into effect on July 1 after voters approved it in She said the rule change is a matter of public health and noted that Compromised information in the VTech breach includes the names, birthdates and genders of child users. It also includes adult user information including names, addresses, passwords, secret questions and answers for password retrieval, IP addresses, mailing addresses and download histories. The affected database doesn t contain any credit card numbers, or personally identification information such as Social Security or driver s license numbers, VTech says. Through a spokeswoman, VTech declined comment beyond the company statement. Customers from the U.S. and 15 other countries are affected. The hacking serves as a reminder to parents to be careful about what kinds of information about their children they enter into on Internet-connected devices. While devices like kidfriendly smartwatches and tablets may block a child s access to the bulk of the Internet, they re still a potential target for hackers. The breach took place on Nov. 14 and was discovered 10 days later. It involved customer data stored on the company s Learning Lodge app store database. Customers use Learning Lodge to download apps, games, e- books and other content to VTech products. Maine won t take up sick time bill RICHMOND, Va. (AP) A charter bus carrying college students to three Virginia campuses overturned, leaving one person seriously injured and 35 others aboard with minor injuries near the close of the holiday weekend. Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller told The Associated Press there were no reported fatalities after the bus overturned Sunday evening on an exit ramp of the Powhite Parkway in North Chesterfield County just south of Richmond, the state capital. State Police said in a statement that the driver lost control on a curve on the ramp and the bus overturned on its side. The bus, operated by Abbott Bus Lines of Roanoke, had 50 passengers and the driver on board when the crash occurred about 7:15 p.m., a police statement said. Approximately 34 of the passengers and the driver it was shot down along party lines, with Republicans opposing the requirement and Democrats favoring it. People are making a decision between their health and their paycheck, and they ll take the paycheck, Haskell said. The people who are living paycheck to paycheck and for whom that extra day makes a big difference are people working at my local pizza shop. Bills on earned sick leave also died in the legislature in 2007 and 2010, but Haskell said she is hopeful the issue will eventually come back to the State House. The 2007 bill would have allowed workers to earn up to 72 hours annually, while the 2010 bill would have required larger employers to provide an hour of paid sick leave for every 40 hours of work. Bus overturns, one seriously hurt were taken to Richmond area hospitals to be treated for minor injuries while one passenger was treated for serious injuries, authorities said. The passengers were mainly students picked up in Richmond who were returning to campuses of the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech and Radford University elsewhere in the state, police said. The bus had initially picked the students up at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond and had as its first destination the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, according to the police statement. The statement identified the bus driver as Thomas B. Chidester, 58, of Salem, and said he has been charged with reckless driving by State Police. He could not be immediately located for comment. Ex-speaker is convicted in NY NEW YORK (AP) Former state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was convicted Monday in a $5 million corruption case that took down one of New York s most powerful politicians and stunned a capital that had become accustomed to scandal. The jury verdict came after a three-week trial in which federal prosecutors claimed that the 71-year-old Democrat traded favors to enrich himself and then lied about it. The defense countered that the government was trying to criminalize the longtime routines of Albany politicians. Even in a state capital where more than 30 lawmakers have left office facing criminal charges or allegations of ethical misconduct since 2000, the case against Silver was an extraordinary turn. An assemblyman since 1976, Silver was one of Albany s most storied political figures, a consummate backroom operator with the power to decide the fate of legislation single-handedly. Silver, who remains free on bail until a sentencing date not yet set, plans to appeal. I m disappointed right now. Ultimately, I believe that after the legal challenges, we ll get results, he said as he left court after being convicted of all charges against him: honest-services fraud, extortion and money laundering. They carry the potential for decades in prison. His prosecution was a marquee case in Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara s quest to clean up a state government he has called a cauldron of corruption, an effort that has led to the ongoing corruption trial of Republican state Senate leader Dean Skelos. With Monday s verdict, Sheldon Silver got justice, and at long last, so did the people of New York, Bharara, who had watched from the courtroom audience, said in a statement. With the conviction, Silver automatically loses his Assembly seat. He had kept it while fighting the charges, although after his arrest he was stripped of the speakership he had held since Today, justice was served, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, said in a statement. With the allegations proven, it is time for the Legislature to take seriously the need for reform. There will be zero tolerance for the violation of the public trust in New York. The leader of the Assembly s Republican minority, Brian Kolb, called the conviction a clear signal again to Albany: Enough is enough. Current Speaker Carl Heastie, a Democrat and Silver s successor, said he would continue to work to root out corruption and demand more of elected officials when it comes to ethical conduct. After Silver s arrest, the Legislature passed modest changes, including a requirement that lawmakers disclose more about their private income. But so far, lawmakers have balked at significant reforms, such as term limits, restrictions on legislators outside income, tighter campaign finance limits and tougher enforcement of ethics rules. Prosecutors had argued that they proved Silver traded his office for riches: $4 million in kickbacks from a cancer researcher and real estate developers. Prosecutors say Silver earned a million dollars more through investments. This was corruption, not politics as usual, Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Goldstein told jurors. Defense lawyer Steven Molo countered that Silver committed no crime: He did not sell his office. Silver did not testify and called no witnesses. Dr. Robert Taub told jurors he steered numerous patients with asbestos-related cancer to Silver s law firm, enabling the legislator to pocket $3 million in referral fees. Meanwhile, testimony and evidence revealed, Silver caused $500,000 in taxpayer funds to go to Taub s research projects and helped his son and daughter get a job and an internship.

10 Page 10 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Mystery boats carrying dead bodies TOKYO (AP) Japanese authorities are investigating nearly a dozen wooden boats carrying decomposing bodies found drifting off the northwestern coast over the past month. Coast Guard officials said Tuesday they have found at least 11 shoddy boats carrying the bodies of unknown nationality since late October. They have also found fishing equipment and nets on board and signs written in Korean, suggesting they came from North Korea. Officials say dozens of wrecked boats drift toward Japan s northwestern coasts facing the Sea of Japan every year. This year, officials have found 34 mystery boats so far, including the 11 found between late October and November. Last year, Japan found 65 of them, and 80 more in 2013, according to the Coast Guard. Coast Guard spokesman Yoshiaki Hiroto said the boats are apparently from the Korean Peninsula, though he declined to identify the country. He said the number of drifting mystery boats tends to rise during the fall and winter season because of the wind from the northwest. Simple wooden boats like those are not used in Japan, he added. On Nov. 20, officials found four bodies in two capsized boats off the coast of Ishikawa prefecture. Two days later, seven bodies were found inside another wooden boat off nearby Fukui prefecture. Coast Guard said officials autopsied some of them but could not determine their nationality or cause of death. LEGAL NOTICE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS LAND COURT DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT 2015 SM ORDER OF NOTICE To BRUCE E. THOMPSON and MARY E. THOMPSON and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App et seq.: VENTURES TRUST 2013-I-H- R, by MCM CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC, Its Trustee claiming to have an interest in a Mortgage covering real property in Orange, numbered 35 Dana Road, given by Bruce E. Thompson and Mary E. Thompson to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., acting solely as a nominee for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., dated October 23, 2006, and recorded in the Franklin County Registry of Deeds in Book 5207, Page 54, and now held by plaintiff by assignment, has filed with this court a complaint for determination of Defendant's Servicemembers status. If you now are, or recently have been, in the active military service of the United States of America, then you may be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. If you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that basis, then you or your attorney must file a written appearance and answer in this court at Three Pemberton Square, Boston, MA on or before December 28, 2015 or you will be forever barred from claiming that you are entitled to the benefits of said Act. Witness, Judith C. Cutler, Chief Justice of this Court on November 16, 2015 Attest Deborah J. Patterson Recorder December 1, 2015 AUXILIARY CELEBRATION The Athol Hospital Auxiliary recently hosted its annual meeting and luncheon, which also served as a celebration for the 60th anniversary of the group. Prior to the meeting, a display of the past 60 years of the group s activities was available for viewing in the lobby. Left-toright in the foreground Betty Lilly, Jane McQuirk, Kathleen Krustapentus and Mary Ellen Scribner. Submitted photo Here s How It Works: Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 box contains every digit from 1 to 9 exclusively. Answer On Page 8 Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Tuesday, Dec. 1, the 335th day of There are 30 days left in the year. Today s Highlight in History: On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, a black seamstress, was arrested after refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus; the incident sparked a yearlong boycott of the buses by blacks. On this date: In 1824, the presidential election was turned over to the U.S. House of Representatives when a deadlock developed between John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, William H. Crawford and Henry Clay. (Adams ended up the winner.) In 1860, the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations was first published in weekly serial form. In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln sent his Second Annual Message to Congress, in which he called for the abolition of slavery, and went on to say, Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history. We of this Congress and this administration will be remembered in spite of ourselves. In 1921, the Navy flew the first non-rigid dirigible to use helium; the C-7 traveled from Hampton Roads, Virginia, to Washington, D.C. In 1934, Soviet communist official Sergei M. Kirov, an associate of Josef Stalin, was assassinated in Leningrad, resulting in a massive purge. In 1941, Japan s Emperor Hirohito approved waging war against the United States, Britain and the Netherlands after his government rejected U.S. demands contained in the Hull Note. In 1942, nationwide gasoline rationing went into effect in the United States. In 1965, an airlift of refugees from Cuba to the United States began in which thousands of Cubans were allowed to leave their homeland. In 1969, the U.S. government held its first draft lottery since World War II. In 1973, David Ben-Gurion, Israel s first prime minister, died in Tel Aviv at age 87. In 1989, Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican. In 1990, British and French workers digging the Channel Tunnel between their countries finally met after knocking out a passage in a service tunnel. Ten years ago: A roadside bomb killed 10 U.S. Marines near Fallujah, Iraq. South Africa s highest court ruled in favor of gay marriage. A jury in Sarasota, Florida, recommended the death sentence for Joseph Smith, the killer of 11-year-old Carlie Brucia. A dog and its owner found the bodies of Sarah and Philip Gehring, two children who d been fatally shot by their father and buried in rural Ohio. (Manuel Gehring had confessed to the slayings but strangled himself in prison before he could be tried.) Five years ago: President Barack Obama s bipartisan deficit commission unveiled its recommendations including lower income taxes, fewer tax breaks and higher age for retirement benefits (however, the panel failed to advance the package to Congress two days later by a vote of 11 in favor, 7 against, falling short of the 14 votes needed). LPGA players meeting in Orlando, Florida, voted to allow transgender players to compete on tour. One year ago: President Barack Obama, after meeting with mayors, civil rights leaders and law enforcement officials at the White House, asked federal agencies for concrete recommendations to ensure the U.S. wasn t building a militarized culture within police departments. Today s Birthdays: Former CIA director Stansfield Turner is 92. Singer Billy Paul is 80. Actor-director Woody Allen is 80. World Golf Hall of Famer Lee Trevino is 76. Singer Dianne Lennon (The Lennon Sisters) is 76. Country musician Casey Market watch Nov. 30, 2015 Dow Jones industrials Nasdaq composite Standard & Poor s 500 Russell , , , , NYSE diary Advanced: 1,368 Declined: 1,756 Unchanged: 104 Volume: 4 b Nasdaq diary Advanced: 1,326 Declined: 1,513 Unchanged: 161 Volume: 2.1 b AP Van Beek (The Tractors) is 73. Television producer David Salzman is 72. Rock singer-musician Eric Bloom (Blue Oyster Cult) is 71. Rock musician John Densmore (The Doors) is 71. Actress-singer Bette Midler is 70. Singer Gilbert O Sullivan is 69. Former child actor Keith Thibodeaux (TV: I Love Lucy ) is 65. Actor Treat Williams is 64. Country singer Kim Richey is 59. Actress Charlene Tilton is 57. Actress-model Carol Alt is 55. Actor Jeremy Northam is 54. Actress Katherine LaNasa is 49. Producer-director Andrew Adamson is 49. Actor Nestor Carbonell is 48. Actress Golden Brooks is 45. Actress-comedian Sarah Silverman is 45. Actor Ron Melendez is 43. Contemporary Christian singer Bart Millard is 43. Actor-writer-producer David Hornsby is 40. Singer Sarah Masen is 40. Rock musician Brad Delson (Linkin Park) is 38. Actor Nate Torrence is 38. Rock/ Christian music singersongwriter Mat Kearney is 37. Rock musician Mika Fineo (Filter) is 34. Actor Charles Michael Davis is 31. R& B singer Janelle Monae is 30. Actress Ashley Monique Clark is 27. Actress Zoe Kravitz is 27. Pop singer Nico Sereba (Nico & Vinz) is 25. Actor Jackson Nicoll is 12. Thought for Today: I got a simple rule about everybody. If you don t treat me right, shame on you. Louis Armstrong, American jazz musician ( ). WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015 Vitamin Moon Some people can become addicted to hearing stories of misfortune and dysfunction. They get a sense of superiority and relief from knowing they are not the ones who are down this time. Uplifting stories can also become addictive, like vitamins that feed deficiencies. The Virgo moon suggests we try to get hooked. ARIES (March 21-April 19). In the day s competition, the prize won t go to the one who is more naturally skilled. Rather, it will go to the one who chooses to develop her skill to the best of her ability. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). For all the times you ve wondered if a relationship has more potential than you ve already mined, this is the day to find out. Business relationships will be especially lucky for investigating. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You are one of the most flexible signs of the zodiac, and one of the reasons why is that you regularly stretch yourself into unknown territory. Like a dancer, this keeps you emotionally lithe and limber. CANCER (June 22-July 22). The next three days are for setting a precedent, so make sure you re doing something you d like to repeat. If it s not moving the way you want, turn it around now while things are still fresh. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Closure is more important than you think. So is the ritual of de-cluttering, which is not just about possessions; it extends to your emotional world, too. Nothing new can come in until you make more room. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Conversation, investigation, research Äî it s all part of moving a relationship forward. It s good to know more about a person before you decide what role he or she will play in your life. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Let others handle the technical problems today, because your talent is best applied to helping people feel better on an emotional level. The human-interest angle is wide open and you re the one best suited to take it on. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You want to do your part. Don t do more than that. You could, easily. In fact, you d prefer to step in and take over, but you know that it won t help things. The team will be stronger when everyone learns to participate. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). There is something you ve been a little afraid to talk about even though you know that the conversation needs to happen. It can t be put off any longer. Pass on the message. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Today you ll wear your confidence smooth and tucked away. You don t need to tell people about your accomplishments, because your attitude will say it all. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). It was hard to get up to speed but finally you re no longer a novice. Now that you know what you re doing it will take a lot less effort to get results. This leaves you with extra reserves of energy to apply to something new. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). There s a fine art to ignoring what you can t do anything about. It starts with recognizing the things that fall into that category. You may have made a few errors as you were categorizing. Reassess. TODAY S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 2). Your solar return has put your social savvy in overdrive. The next three months will feature exciting, nuanced interactions and quiet attention from one who finds you attractive. January shows you learning about a different culture. Act quickly to make the most of a financial opportunity in February. Virgo and Aries adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 9, 5, 20, 15 and 32. COPYRIGHT 2015 CREATORS.COM Tuesday, December 1 2:15 PM The Road to Recovery: Showcase of Events 2:45 PM DVIDS In the Fight 3:15 PM Physician Focus: Hearing Loss: Causes, Prevention, Remedies 3:50 PM Baystate Franklin Medical Center Healthbeat: Mental Health 4:20 PM Quabbin Valley Healthlinks: Navicare / Fallon Health 4:55 PM Catholic Diocese of Worcester: Come Follow Me 5:30 PM Auction Preview Show :30 PM Athol Selectboard Meeting December 1, :00 PM The Empty Chair - Police Chiefs Community Special 11:00 PM The Money Doctor: Reverse Mortgage Specialist - Peg McDonough 11:30 PM White House Chronicle with guest Sean Henseler Wednesday, December 2 12:00 AM Democracy Now! 1:00 AM Auction Preview Show :35 AM King of the Palace Candlepin Bowling 2:15 AM The Road to Recovery: Showcase of Events 2:45 AM DVIDS In the Fight 3:15 AM Physician Focus: Hearing Loss: Causes, Prevention, Remedies Local Programming TV Listings 3:50 AM Baystate Franklin Medical Center Healthbeat: Mental Health 4:20 AM Quabbin Valley Healthlinks: Navicare / Fallon Health 4:55 AM Catholic Diocese of Worcester: Come Follow Me 5:30 AM Auction Preview Show :05 AM The Empty Chair - A Mothers Worst Nightmare 6:35 AM Americana - Dating in the 50 s and Good Table Manners 7:00 AM Weathering the Weather with Ed - Winter of :30 AM Off The Shelf featuring Robert Brun 8:00 AM Eat Well Be Happy 8:30 AM The Grill Sergeants Hot Water 9:00 AM New England Cooks: Chef Jean-Louis Gerin 10:00 AM The Empty Chair - Police Chiefs Community Special 11:00 AM The Money Doctor: Reverse Mortgage Specialist - Peg McDonough 11:30 AM White House Chronicle with guest Sean Henseler 12:00 PM Democracy Now! 1:00 PM Auction Preview Show :35 PM Mission St. Congregational: No Image Worship Part 2 TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 1, :00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 BROADCAST STATIONS PBS NewsHour (N) (s) Å Greater Yoga/Diabetes (s) Å favorites. 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11 Quabbin Times Brought to you by The Good Life If you are feeling blue there is hope for you With the winter cold moving in and last month being Depression Awareness Month it s a fitting time to talk about the so-called winter blues many people experience as the days get shorter, as well as a more severe type of depression called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Winter blues is a general term, not a medical diagnosis. It s fairly common, and it s more mild than serious. It usually clears up on its own in a fairly short amount of time, says Dr. Matthew Rudorfer, a mental health expert at National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a January 2013 article, Beat the Winter Blues, from News in Health, available at newsinhealth.nih. gov. Stressful holiday preparations, memories of departed loved ones, and other specific concerns at this time of year can cause these temporary feelings of sadness. SAD, though, is different. It s a well-defined clinical diagnosis that s related to the shortening of daylight hours, says Rudorfer. It interferes with daily functioning over a significant period of time. SAD has a pattern, appearing each year with the change of seasons and then going away in a few months or more when more natural sunlight fills each day. In wintery New England, where our winters are long, SAD is more common than in southern climes. According to NIH, common symptoms of SAD may include: Sad, anxious or empty feelings Feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism Feelings of guilt, worthlessness or helplessness Irritability, restlessness Loss of interest or pleasure in activities you used to enjoy Fatigue and decreased energy Difficulty concentrating, remembering details and making decisions Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping Changes in weight Thoughts of death or suicide There are treatments to help people suffering from SAD to get through the fall and winter. Light therapy is meant to replace the missing daylight hours with an artificial substitute, says Rudorfer. When this treatment alone is not effective, a type of talk therapy called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help, and antidepressant drugs may also be prescribed. So if you re feeling blue, there s hope for you. Reach out to your healthcare provider to discuss treatment options. ~ Area Senior Lunches ~ FRANKLIN COUNTY HOME CARE CORPORATION All meals include 1% Milk. Suggested Voluntary Confidential Donation is $2.50 per meal. Please call your meal site before 11 a.m. one serving day ahead to order or cancel a meal. Athol , Erving , New Salem , Northfield , Orange , Petersham , Phillipston , Royalston , Warwick (Menu subject to change pending product availability.) HDM = Home Delivered Meals Menus for the week of December 7-11 Monday, sweet and sour meatball, white rice, green beans, strawberry cup. Diet: grahams Tuesday, chicken breast with florentine sauce, pasta, sliced carrots, orange Wednesday, cream of spinach soup, Salisbury steak with mushroom gravy, garlic mashed potatoes (HDM spinach), diced pears Thursday, turkey and corn stew, broccoli, cornbread, blueberry yogurt. Alternate meal: chicken breast with red pepper pesto, macaroni salad, peaches Friday, breaded Alaskan pollock, chantilly potatoes, tossed salad (HDM stewed tomatoes), apple cinnamon muffin. Diet: grahams Public Service Section Calendar of Events Tuesday, December 1 3:30-5 p.m. Craft Club, New Salem Public Library, on the common. For grades 3-6. Info: p.m. Trap Shooting, Orange Gun Club, off West River Street. Info: p.m. Free Meal, Athol Salvation Army, Ridge Avenue. Open to all. Info: p.m Quabbin History Calendar and Book Signing with Slide Program by J.R. Greene, Athol Public Library, 584 Main St. Free admission, part of proceeds benefit the library. Wednesday, December 2 9 a.m. Quilting, Athol Senior Center, Freedom Street. Info/ Registration: :45 a.m. Story Hour, Erving Public Library, 17 Moore St. Info: :30 p.m. Playgroup, Wendell Free Library, Wendell Depot Road. For ages 5 and under. 10:30-11 a.m. Story Time, Athol Public Library, Main Street. Info: Noon Sporting Clays, Petersham Gun Club, Nelson Road. Info: p.m. Knit Wits, Athol Public Library, Main Street. For ages 8 and up. Info: p.m. Sharing Our Father s Bread, St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall (side entrance), Athol. Info: p.m. SWERVE, How the World Became Modern by Stephen Greenblatt, New Salem Public Library, on the common. Info: Thursday, December 3 9 a.m.-noon St. John s Thrift Shop, St. John s Episcopal Church, Park Avenue, Athol. Info: :30 a.m. Garden Growers, Valuing Our Children, Walnut Street, Athol. Newborn to preschoolers. Info: ext p.m. Weekly Vigil, Northfield Town Hall. Info: or :30-5 p.m. Wild Knights Chess Club, Athol Public Library, Main Street. For grades Info: Friday, December 4 10:30-11 a.m. Story Time, Athol Public Library, Main Street. Info: :30-8:30 p.m. Craft Fair, Wendell Town Hall, 6 Center St. Info: p.m. Hunter s Supper, Warwick Town Hall, 12 Athol Rd. Braised beef, homemade onion soup, coleslaw, squash, potatoes and homemade pies. Sittings at 5 and 6 p.m. Saturday, December 5 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Country Roads Christmas, info: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Christmas Fair and Bake Sale, St. Francis of Assisi Church, 101 Main St., Athol. Holiday theme baskets, raffles, seasonal items, jewelry. Lunch of Lithuanian food, beef stew and hot dogs. 9 a.m.-noon St. John s Thrift Shop, St. John s Episcopal Church, Park Avenue, Athol. Info: a.m.-noon Cellar Closet Thrift Shop, Central Congregational Church, South Main Street, Orange. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Holly Berry Fair, Phillipston Congregational Church, on the Common. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Craft Fair, Wendell Town Hall, 6 Center St. Info: :30 p.m. The Fearless Vampire Killers Sci-Fi Movie, Wendell Free Library. Doors open at 7. Info: Sunday, December 6 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Country Roads Christmas, info: 9 a.m. Trap Shooting, Orange Gun Club, off West River Street. Info: a.m.-1 p.m. Sporting Clays, Petersham Gun Club, Nelson Road. Info: a.m.-3 p.m. Holly Berry Fair, Phillipston Congregational Church, on the Common. 5 p.m. Revive Hope for Teens, Athol Congregational Church, Chestnut Street. Lighting candles, music selected for teens. Refreshments and time as a community to follow. All are welcome. Info: or Monday, December 7 10:30-11:30 a.m. Mother Goose on the Loose, Wheeler Memorial Library, East Main Street, Orange. For ages 4 and under. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Quabbin Community Band Rehearsal, Quabbin Regional High School, South Street, Barre. Info: p.m. Quabbin Valley Pro Musica Chorus Rehearsal, New Salem Congregational Church, South Main Street. Tuesday, December 8 9 a.m. English as a Second Language, Riverbend Elementary School, Riverbend Street, Athol. All first languages welcome, materials provided. Info: or 11-11:45 a.m. Rise and Romp Storytime, Wheeler Memorial Library, East Main Street, Orange. For preschoolers and younger. 3:30-5 p.m. Craft Club, New Salem Public Library, on the common. For grades 3-6. Info: p.m. Trap Shooting, Orange Gun Club, off West River Street. Info: p.m. Free Meal, Athol Salvation Army, Ridge Avenue. Open to all. Info: Times Past Photo of the Week GIANT SANTA This giant Santa display was designed by Athol artist Ken Hazelton and placed on the uptown common in late November of His daughter, pictured middle, looks pleased with her father s work. The Athol merchants association was a sponsor. Photo taken by Steve Preston, courtesy of Richard Chiasson. ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Page 11 ~ Athol Senior Activities ~ ATHOL Sponsored by the Athol Council on Aging board, which meets every 3rd Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the senior center. This months meeting is on Dec. 15. The Mt. Grace AARP Chapter will hold their annual luncheon on Monday, Dec. 7, at noon. Elder Peer Counseling-Madeline Liebler Food resources (List of pantries) Free legal assistance (contact COA) Fuel Assistance Grandparents raising grandchildren info Meals on Wheels (Mon.- Fri.) Mealsite (Tues.- Thurs.) Call 1 day in advance Money management Senior Transportation SHINE (health insurance problems) Mon. Painting...9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cribbage (cards)...12:30 to 3 p.m. Tues. Fitness Class...9 to 10 a.m. Red Aces (cards)...10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Senior Lunch (reservation required)... Noon Bingo... 1 to 3 p.m. Weds. Quilting group...9 to 11 a.m. Senior Lunch (reservation required)... Noon Bingo... 1 to 3 p.m. Thurs. Fitness Class...9 to 10 a.m. Yoga...Holiday Break Senior Lunch (reservation required)... Noon Fri. Senior Center is... CLOSED ~ Orange Senior Activities ~ Orange Council on Aging, 135 East Main St., Orange ; (meal site) Lunch is served Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:30 a.m. Reservations must be made two days in advance by calling the meal site at or the Council on Aging at (before 11 a.m.) Brown Bag Distribution at the Armory, Dec. 16. Activities at the Armory Mon. Mealsite lunch served... 11:30 a.m. Walking, upstairs (sign in) a.m. Tues. Quilt/knit/crochet :30 a.m. Walking, upstairs (sign in) a.m. Wed. Mealsite lunch served... 11:30 a.m. Walking, upstairs (sign in) a.m. Thurs. Walking, upstairs (sign in) a.m. Rug Braiders a.m. Fri. Mealsite lunch served... 11:30 a.m. Walking, upstairs (sign in) a.m. Cell Phones Available Used cell phones programmed for 911 are free to seniors and may be picked up during office hours Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tracy Gaudet is the Elder Outreach worker for the town of Orange. She provides information, referrals and services to seniors in town and can be reached at or Demand Response Transportation for Orange, New Salem, Wendell and Warwick seniors, age 60 or over, or disabled, is available for medical appointments, shopping, etc., in the Athol/Orange area for a small fee. Call the COA office for an application and more details at Offered to senior residents of Orange are a book, puzzle and video swap/exchange program, and free copying, faxing and shredding for residents of Orange, Wendell, Warwick & New Salem. Durable Medical Equipment is available through the loaner program. Call the COA office for more information and to discuss equipment needs. The senior citizens club will meet on Thursday, Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. ~ Erving Senior Activities ~ Erving Senior-Community Center, 1 Care Dr., Erving; COA Meeting, 9:30 a.m., Dec. 8. Friends Business Meeting, 12:30 p.m., Dec. 15; The center is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There is an FRTA Erving shuttle that can take you safely to and from the center. You must call Interim Director Paula Betters for time and availability. Lunch is served daily at 11:30 a.m.; congregate meals are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and reservations must be made 2 days in advance; Brown Bag: Food For Elders program, call for eligibility information. Pickup Thursday, Dec. 3 at 11:30 a.m. Activities at the center Monday Tai Chi...9 a.m. Osteo Exercise a.m. Congregate lunch...11:30 a.m. Tuesday Nana s Attic Open p.m. Chair Aerobics... 8:45 a.m. Stretching & Balance a.m. Homemade lunch...11:30 a.m. Painting class...12:30 p.m. Jewelry Workshop...12:45 p.m. Wednesday Line dancing... 8:45 a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic... 9:30 a.m. Chair Yoga a.m. Congregate lunch...11:30 a.m. Bingo and snacks...12:15 p.m. Veterans... 1 p.m. Thursday Friday Aerobics (a real workout)... 8:45 a.m. Healthy Bones a.m. Shine Counselor (Call for appt.)...10 a.m.-1 p.m. Nana s Attic Open p.m. Quilting Class... 9:00 a.m. Bowling fun (French King)...9:30 a.m. Pizza, salad and dessert...11:30 p.m. Call Director Paula Betters for details about the programs or to make a reservation for lunch. ~~~~~~ Foot Screenings ~~~~~~ Foot screenings will take place at the Athol Senior Center on Tuesday Dec. 8, and Tuesday Dec. 15, from 8 to 10 a.m. For additional information call Foot screenings will also take place at the Orange Armory will take place on Thursday Dec. 10 and Friday Dec. 11 from 8 to 10 a.m. There is an $8 fee; please bring a towel. Reservations are required, please call the Council on Aging office A foot clinic will be held Thursday, Dec. 3, 8:15 to 10 a.m., in Erving at the senior/community center. A new study concludes that belting out show tunes improves brain health, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.

12 Page 12 ATHOL DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Times Past This selection of news items was taken from the pages of the Athol Daily News 25, 50 and 75 years ago this week The L.S. Starrett Company has announced purchase of the assets of Herald Engineering Equipment Ltd., located in Skipton, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom. The company manufactures a range of optical profile projectors for engineering and other applications. The L.S. Starrett Company has plants based in the United States, Scotland and Brazil and is a world leader in the field of precision measuring tools, hand tools and saw blades mainly for metal cutting applications. A measure allowing 911 emergency telephone officials to see instantly where callers live won overwhelming preliminary approval in the House s opening session. Legislators debated amendments to the enhanced 911 bill for four hours, but the measure passed by a vote of K-9 Xalk of the Orange Police Department purchased a bulb from Pioneer Junior Women s Club member, Shirley Page, to be placed on the Yuletide tree on the property of Dexter Precision in memory of K-9 Chipper and K-9 Champ. Proceeds from the bulb sales will benefit the Orange Santa Fund. First grade students at the Silver Lake School presented short plays, poems and songs for senior citizens at the Athol meal site recently as part of their Thanksgiving studies. Athol Savings Bank President Leonard E. King announced that the bank has filed an application for permission to establish a branch office at 1499 Main St., Athol. The Habit Management Institute in Boston is the busiest methadone clinic in the state. Some 500 people pass through its doors every day for a dose of the drug that staves off the powerful craving for heroin. The clinic is privately owned and turns a profit. Many of its clients are middle-class and pay for their doses the same way they buy bread. They pay $105 a week for methadone and counseling. With an estimated 40,000 intravenous drug-users in Massachusetts, a methadone clinic seemed like a sure-fire success to clinic founder and social service worker Lenny Kupsc Mahar Regional, their defense superb, defeated Athol 6-0 Thanksgiving morning in the 30th renewal of the gridiron rivalry. Underdogs in most everybody s book prior to the opening kickoff, the Senators dominated play, led by junior center Rick Hawkes. With an estimated 5,500 fans looking on, the two elevens fought to a scoreless deadlock until late in the fourth period when Mahar s Ed Prondecki smashed over center from a yard out for the only score of the game. Thanksgiving came early for 12 patients in the pediatric wing at Memorial Hospital. On Wednesday afternoon the children turned the hospital room into a holiday wonderland when they decorated for their party under the supervision of Miss Dorothy Forster, head nurse, Margaret Gilbert, pediatric nurse and Nancy Gray LPN. Tiny pinecone turkeys were made by the children. They also played several games, sang songs and participated in a candy hunt. Children meeting Santa Claus at the Orange Town Hall steps numbered 550, a considerable attendance. The portly gentleman floated by parachute to earth at the Little League Field. A fire truck taxied Santa Claus from the field to uptown. Athol Grange and Grange members from Cape Cod to the Berkshires honored Frank H. Nelson Sr., of Athol, newly elected master of the Massachusetts State Grange, at a surprise testimonial with 278 persons present. A GI Prayer, written by 13-year-old Karen Joyce Lawton, of Athol, for the First Infantry Division Christmas in Vietnam, has drawn praise from Brig. Gen. Stanley G. Surgner, a division veteran, handling the mailing of cards and letters to the infantry. Irene and Carolyn Rice, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. True B. Rice of North Orange, have been chosen for the state 4-H vegetable judging team at the National Junior Horticultural Association meeting at Cincinnati, Ohio. Carolyn has completed seven years and Irene six years of 4-H club work. Both are students at New Salem Academy A sunrise Thanksgiving service was held by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Athol Congregational Church. Special features of the service were glockenspiel solos by Miss Rita Lego and trumpet selections by Allyn Washburn. A large crowd attended the annual Athol Firemen s Relief Association dance held in Memorial Hall. The event included a concert followed by dancing. Tony Brown s 11 piece orchestra from Concord, N.H., furnished the music. Money from the sale of tickets assists the association in caring for sick and injured firemen. Twenty students have been registered in the course in shop mathematics being held at Athol Junior High School. There will be eight classes conducted for an hour and a half every week by Theodore Berard. This is a course for every man who needs a good working knowledge of mathematics as applied to practical shop problems. Five students of the Athol- Orange flying service received their private pilot licenses this past week and another passed the written part of his private pilot s examination. The tests were conducted by Inspector Royce Kunze of the Boston office of the civil aeronautics authority. Nearly 800 pieces of sheet music have been added to the Athol Public Library in a special music library titled Young America s Music. The new musical volume is prepared primarily for children. An appeal has been launched by the Athol Chamber of Commerce for funds to continue Christmas lighting in the business district. 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