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The City Council voted unani-
mously Monday night to forego the
preliminary election in September for
all offices on the ballot in the upcom-
ing City Election.
Councillor George Rotondo didn’t
vote because he was absent.
The matter will now be forwarded
to the State Legislature as special
legislation. The Legislature will have
final say on whether Revere will be
able to forgo the preliminary. If it is
approved, it would only be for this
election cycle.
“It’s a cost-saving item, and
Medford and Worcester have already
started these same proceedings,” said
Councillor George V. Colella. “It’s
not unique to Revere.”
CITY HALL
Preliminary election scrapped in favor of savings
Please see ELECTION, Page 8
AROUND THE CITY
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This Sunday, Easter Sunday, residents from
many quarters of the city will celebrate the reli-
gious holiday at their various churches, and in one
district of the city - the business district - at least
three churches will be singing their praises amidst
nail salons, pizza shops and various other places of
commerce.
Just about everything has gone down on
Broadway over the years, but one thing that hasn’t
is church.
However, a new trend in the Broadway business
district the last year has been for storefront churches
to occupy what used to be traditional storefront
businesses.
The trend has made some city councillors unhap-
py, people in the business community concerned,
and the city treading very lightly around the issue
to avoid a court case.
Others, though, think that the churches might just
be a symptom of a business district that is strug-
gling to stay viable.
“We ought to have a place for the business
district,” said Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso,
noting that he didn’t want to inhibit anyone’s ability
to worship. “I don’t think it’s the place for a church.
It’s not fair to all the other businesses...It’s just not
a proper place.”
Ward 6 Councillor Charlie Patch agreed with
JENN CIMINO PHOTO
Domenic Testa, 11-month-old Caterina Testa and Fr. George are shown outside St. Anthony’s Church following last week’s
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A guard dog for the Rent-a-Tool
Company on North Shore Road has
found a wealth of sympathy from the
Ocean View Kennel operators and
from workers at Rent-a-Tool, after
being with a rare disease.
Bruta, a female German shepherd,
with her brother, Marcus, has been
manning the grounds of Rent-a-Tool
after closing time for the past three
years. The two dogs are congenial
animals, but once it is time to patrol
the grounds, they get serious.
However, last February, Bruta
began acting strangely.
One very cold night, she had got-
ten into a scrape with a raccoon on
the grounds, which isn’t all that rare.
The thing that was rare was she was
gradually losing all her strength and
becoming paralyzed.
Her strength deteriorated.
She lost weight.
Her hind legs began to fail.
About a week later, she was flat
on the ground - a large, strong animal
that had fallen flat in a week’s time.
Her owner, and the owner of Rent-
a-Tool, Steve Williams, quickly made
a trip to the Woburn Animal Hospital.
Once veterinarians examined Bruta,
they concluded she had “Coonhound
Paralysis,” a deadly disease that is
extremely rare, affects only certain
dogs and is present only in certain
raccoons.
Oddly enough, Marcus the dog had
fought the same raccoon and hadn’t
contracted the disease.
It was a one in a billion chance,
but the odds were quickly piling up
against the working German shep-
herd.
Nevertheless, after some initial,
Bruta, a female German shepherd,
has made quite a recovery at the
Ocean View Kennels.
Please see DOG, Page 8
Guard
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safe haven
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The city is preparing to begin a
practice of taking abandoned, private
residences, fixing them up and re-sell-
ing them to first-time homebuyers.
It would be the first time the city
has delved into the real estate busi-
ness, though it was been in the park-
ing lot business for a few years.
Mayor Tom Ambrosino said the
city has begun taking action on 60
Warren St. - a long vacant and troubled
property - and has appointed Chelsea
Restoration Corporation (CRC) as a
receiver for the property.
A Chelsea District Court judge
appointed CRC the receiver last
August and the organization just
recently secured funding for the proj-
ect.
Currently, Chelsea Restoration has
a commitment of $52,300 from the
North Suburban Consortium and a
much larger commitment of $230,000
from Danvers Bank.
Chelsea Restoration has kicked in
$10,000 of its own money.
“At the end of the day, they will
fix it up and we’ll be the owner,” said
the mayor. “The goal is to sell it to a
first-time homebuyer.”
The mayor said they would continue
to do such things, perhaps also work-
ing with the Chelsea Neighborhood
Development Corporation, to take
control of the abandoned and blighted
properties throughout the city.
“We’ll also reach out to Chelsea
Neighborhood Development,” he
said. “If this one goes well, we may
be doing more of these with them...
There’s money kicking around, and
we’ll work aggressively to tap into
this money and do more of these over
the course of the next year.”
Though it’s a bold step for the gov-
ernment to be delving into the pur-
City plans to buy, rehab and sell abandoned homes
PROPERTY
Wall Street awards the city
its highest bond rating ever
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In the midst of financial chaos and
money shortages, Revere received an
‘A’ from Wall Street.
For the first time in the city’s his-
tory, two Wall Street bond rating com-
panies have rewarded the city with
an ‘A’ bond rating. That rating comes
just about eight years since the city’s
bond rating was just barely above junk
bond status and on par with many third
world countries.
Now, the city’s rating is in the upper
echelon of institutional bond issuers,
allowing it to borrow and bond proj-
ects at a much more favorable rate.
Officially, Moody’s Investors
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MAYOR AMBROSINO
‘Glimmer of hope’
From Main Street to the altar
Trend of churches locating on Broadway storefronts has some bothered, others facing reality
Please see CHURCHES, Page 9
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Boulevard project receives
a shaky response
A 55-unit, 14-story building project
at the site of the Castle-Mar Lodge on
Revere Beach Boulevard got a shaky
response from city officials Monday
night, and was recently rejected by the
Planning Board.
Attorney Larry Simeone is repre-
senting the owners, who would like
to have three stories of parking and
11 stories of residential units with a
clubhouse on the top floor.
The project would be next to a
similar project already approved for
the Shipwreck Lounge site. The proj-
ect would not be built by the owners,
but would be for sale to a developer.
Chief among the detractors for the
project is City Planner Frank Stringi
who dislikes the project because it
is very dense and because the sewer
system in the area cannot handle it,
he said.
“Don’t set precedent on floor area
ratios for some pie in the sky develop-
ment that won’t be built and is only
for putting more value in the owner’s
pocket,” he said.
The owners are requesting a floor
area ratio, which has to do with densi-
ty, of 5.47 - the highest ever proposed
for the beach. Currently, there are no
developments on the beach with a
ratio higher than 3, which is the limit
allowed by zoning.
Also, the sewer system in the area
is at issue.
DPW Superintendent Don Goodwin
said that the system is taxed to the
max as it is, and it would cost many
millions to upgrade it - so much so
that it would basically be impossible.
The line runs from the Beach to
Eliot Road and to the new Police
Station.
“We have [overflows] all over
Beachmont and we have them on
Eliot Road, sometimes where it goes
two or three feet off the ground and
we have toilet paper in the streets,”
he said. “We’ve had to go down there
with front-end loaders and trucks to
remove debris from the street. The
people shouldn’t have to live like that.
We already have a system that can’t
handle what we have now.”
On the other side of the coin, the
old motel site has been vacant for
several years and, while operating,
was a constant source of trouble. A
redevelopment of the property would
be an improvement to the current
conditions.
Hearing on contraception
set for April 16
The School Committee will hold
a hearing on Thursday, April 16, at
their regularly scheduled meeting to
discuss the newly approved Family
Distribution Contraception Policy.
Superintendent Paul Dakin said
that the Committee and MGH staff
would be there to answer questions
and hear concerns from parents and
the general public.
Last month, the Committee
approved a measure that would allow
students signed up for the School-
based health center to get contra-
ception services, including condoms,
birth control and the morning after
pill.
Teachers Union
The Revere Teacher’s Association
(RTA) voted this week to make some
changes to the way that they’re paid,
changes that will save the city quite
a bit of money if all unions approve
the idea.
According to a source, the RTA
voted to be paid bi-weekly and to have
everyone on direct deposit payments.
A third point, which was making
concessions on health insurance co-
pays, was not approved.
“I think this vote sends a clear mes-
sage that the Teachers Union’s is
willing to share the burden in less-
ening the city’s financial shortfall,”
said Susan Lanza, president of the
RTA.
Several months ago, Mayor Tom
Ambrosino asked all of the city’s
unions to discuss changing their pay-
ment methods and increasing their
health insurance co-pays.
Council and pensions
City Councillors briefly took up
the controversial pension matter
Monday night in response to a Globe
article that appeared over a week
ago and accused several Revere City
Councillors of “feathering their nest”
with pension loopholes.
Council President Dan Rizzo put
in a motion Monday night that would
look to eliminate the long-standing,
but recently controversial, one-day,
one-year provision in the state pension
system. That provision allows work-
ers to get credit for one year of service
if they work just one day in the year.
Other councillors had also put in
motions, including some dealing with
Council longevity and another dealing
with expense payments.
Councillors agreed to put off the
discussion for later this month, but
did breach the subject Monday - in
what started out okay, but turned into
a lovefest and then a rant on “outsid-
ers.”
“Certainly this one day rule, any
regular person could say that’s not a
fair rule to have,” said Rizzo. “That’s a
rule put forth by state legislation...For
our retirees, though, on the Council
to be put on the carpet for longevity,
just because we are elected officials,
wasn’t fair.”
Councillor Arthur Guinasso also
spoke on the matter, saying he was
unfairly singled out.
“Every single comment made it
seem like we were doing something
wrong,” he said.
Then, the lovefest began to trans-
form into allegations that Councillor
George Rotondo had somehow engi-
neered the story. Several accusa-
tions were made to that extent, with
Rotondo not being there to defend
himself, as he was in Florida dealing
with a family emergency.
“There’s a Judas among us who
doesn’t care about the reputation of
Revere,” said Superintendent Don
Goodwin, in very animated fashion.
“It’s just about me...This is a hit piece
for a guy who has a personal agenda
and doesn’t care about the city, but
only himself...He’s not a Revere guy.
He’s an outsider. He doesn’t know
what it is to be a Revere guy and he
never will because he’s an outsider.”
Rotondo, for the record, said that
he had nothing to do with the article
whatsoever.
“For the record I had no involve-
ment nor knew of the article until the
following Monday after it came
out,” he said via e-mail. “For the past
several weeks I have been dealing
with a family health crisis and frankly
I had no clue about it. The simple fact
is, I had no involvement, but agree
that changes need to be made.”
Reardon’s
Several people have mentioned
that a potential restaurant proposal
might be in the works for the former
Reardon’s Pub on Beach Street.
The pub was shut down more than
a year ago, and has sat vacant every
since.
In the last few weeks, it appears
that a manager from Abe & Louie’s
Restaurant in Boston has an idea to
strike out on his own and open a fam-
ily-style restaurant on the Reardon’s
site.
Nothing is certain as of yet,
though.
Overlook Ridge withdraws
Overlook Ridge withdrew their
zoning overlay district proposal
Monday night, saying they just didn’t
have enough time to address all of the
concerns before the deadline ran out
for their petition.
“I’d just like to let the time run
out so we can come back with a new
application that addresses all of the
issues brought up,” said Joe Shea, of
Roseland.
Councillors voted to approve the
withdrawal, but still weren’t very
receptive to any plan that increases
the number of housing units.
“They can withdraw and come
back, but I still won’t vote for any
proposal that calls for 300 more
apartments up there,” said Council
President Dan Rizzo.
Street sweeping
The Street Sweeping program
began last Wednesday with the usual
Operation Clean Sweep.
The program will continue through
November.
Ward 1 Councillor Jim Kimmerle
would like to remind all residents of
the City of Revere that with the start
of the street sweeping program if it
is possible for the residents to assist
the DPW by sweeping their sidewalks
into the curb and doing their part in
keeping the City clean.
Garfield needs help
The Garfield Middle School needs
your help. This past fall, RecycleBank
gave schools the opportunity to apply
for an environmentally friendly grant.
We at the Garfield Middle School
applied and our grant was approved.
As of now, we have been only par-
tially funded.
The original proposal was for
$5,000 (50,000 points), which will
be used to purchase a WeatherBug
weather station for GMS.
We have already earned 25,000
points, but are only half way there.
So, we reapplied to earn the addi-
tional 25,000 points ($2,500.00) and
this application was also approved
by RecyleBank. We are asking that,
if you participate in the RecyleBank
program, please consider donating
some of your points to our project. We
have until April 14 to earn the points
we need for complete funding.
The process is easy. Go to www.
recyclebank.com and sign into your
account. Then “Redeem Rewards,”
then “Donations” there you can scroll
down to the Garfield Middle School
and donate.
We appreciate your support.
If you have any questions, please
contact Stacey Livote at 781-485-
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Canoe on Belle Isle
The Department of Conservation
and Recreation (DCR) is sponsoring
a Belle Isle Reedbed Exploration by
Canoe on Saturday, April 11th 9 a.m.
to 11 a.m. They will be installing
swallow boxes in areas normally inac-
cessible at this time.
Pre-registration required. Phone
Geoff Wood at 617-727-5350
Overdue book amnesty
The Revere Public Library is offer-
ing its patrons a period of amnesty
the weeks of April 6 through April
18. During this time, anyone with
overdue library materials may return
them to the library without penalty.
No fines will be charged during this
period, provided that the library books
and materials are returned in good
condition.
The primary goals of the amnes-
ty period are to encourage library
patrons to return their materials and to
visit the library.
Those wishing to take advantage
of the program can also use the con-
venient drop box located near the
Children’s Library entrance.
The Revere Public Library would
like to encourage everyone to visit
their library as we celebrate National
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For a schedule of events, please
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in charge of the scene and reported
around $30,000 damage to the build-
ing.
The fire call came in at 5 a.m. from
a vacant apartment. Doherty reported
that the department has had some
difficulties with the owner over the
years concerning fire alarms, but the
owner had just updated those systems
last year.
Doherty said the fire moved quick-
ly and was tricky. He said firefighters
had to use a ladder to rescue one man
from a third-floor apartment.
“They had a difficult time getting
to the fire,” said the chief. “It was in a
vacant apartment, and they were able
to knock it down quickly once they
did get to it.”
There were no injuries in the fire,
and there were no clear indications at
this time that the fire was related to
the above domestic incident.
Imposters rob a man
on Oakwood Avenue
A man and an accomplice posing
as city workers who said they needed
to read a meter robbed an Oakwood
Avenue man last Saturday afternoon.
Such crimes have been perpetrated
several times over the last several
months in Everett. It wasn’t immedi-
ately apparent whether this robbery
was related to the string in nearby
Everett.
The victim told police that at 1
p.m. last Saturday, a man came to
the door and said he needed to read
the meter in the basement. The man
said he was from the city and showed
identification.
Both victims went to the basement
with the man.
The man made noise and also made
a cell phone call, then left without
incident.
A little while later, it was dis-
covered that a large amount of jew-
elry and cash were missing from the
upstairs bedrooms.
Police believe that while the man
went downstairs, an accomplice
robbed the upstairs rooms.
Man charged with
civil rights violations,
kidnapping
Police have charged one man with
kidnapping and civil rights violations
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fueled incident last Wednesday night,
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POLICE Briefs
Shooting on Payson Street
A young man was shot in the foot
on Payson Street last Wednesday eve-
ning, April 1, after a brief confronta-
tion with an unknown gunman.
The victim told police that he was
coming from a friend’s house on
Trevalley Road, heading towards
Beach Street around 7 p.m.
As he walked southbound on
Payson Street, he saw a white male
walking towards him.
The suspect confronted the victim,
saying “What’s up, cuz?” He then
grabbed for a handgun from his waist-
band and the victim ran in the other
direction.
The suspect allegedly yelled,
“TRG,” which is the moniker for a
local gang affiliation.
The victim said he had no gang
affiliations, but as he ran in the other
direction, he heard three or four gun-
shots ring out.
Then he realized he had been hit in
the left heel by a bullet.
He hopped on and then collapsed
in the street.
The suspect ran through a backyard
and then north on School Street.
Several neighbors said they saw
parts of the shooting and gave a
description of the suspect.
Officers found several Winchester
9mm shell casings at the scene.
Domestic incident on
Beach Street
A domestic incident on Beach
Street last Monday, March 30, has
now blossomed into what might be a
key point in an arson investigation.
Last Monday, around 11 p.m.,
police were called to 671 Beach St.
for a domestic dispute.
The female victim told officers
that a Boston man had been living
with her six weeks and hadn’t held up
his end of the bargain on paying rent.
When she confronted him about it, the
situation became violent.
The woman told police that when
he refused to pay, she began mov-
ing his things to the door. A pushing
match ensued and then the man, Atiba
Howard, 24, allegedly began to punch
and slap the woman.
The woman grabbed for her cell
phone to call police, but Howard
allegedly smashed it to the ground.
Then, Howard allegedly grabbed a
computer cord, wrapped it around the
victim’s neck and began strangling
her. The woman bit him and he let go,
but then proceeded to grab her hair
and bite her on the forehead.
A neighbor ended up calling
police.
The female didn’t sustain any major
injuries, but had several bruises and
an obvious bite mark on her head.
More troubling was the fact that,
in Howard’s things, police found two
bulletproof vests, several bags of
marijuana, several large combat-style
knives, and a pair of brass knuckles.
Howard was arrested and charged
with assault and battery with a dan-
gerous weapon (computer cord),
aggravated assault (biting), intimida-
tion of a witness, and one warrant.
On Wednesday, April 1, a suspi-
cious fire broke out at the same apart-
ment house.
Suspicious fire under
investigation
Fire Chief Gene Doherty said his
department and the state fire marshal
are investigating a suspicious fire that
occurred on April 1 at 671 Beach St.
“It appears to be a suspicious fire at
this time and is under investigation,”
said the chief.
Deputy Chief Dennis Cook was
Please see POLICE, Page 5
WEEKLY CRIME REPORT
House Breaks (5)
51 Franklin Ave. #2; 1647 North Shore Road #A; 14 Hutchinson St.;
201 Salem St. (lawn items); and 671 Beach St.
Commercial Breaks (0)
Motor Vehicle *Thefts/Breaks (18)
198 Shirley Ave. - Elks (plate); 215 Constitution Ave.; 152 VFW;
65 Kimball Ave.; Lucia Avenue; 50 Walnut Ave.; 19 Fairfield St.; *125
Pemberton St.; 651 Squire Road; 52 Victoria St.; 16 Carlson Ave.; 86 Asti
Ave.; 44 Johnny Road; *430 Broadway; 1087 Broadway; 30 Pleasant St.
(plate); 71 Patriots Pkwy (plate); and 202 Park Ave.
Motor Vehicle Accidents (23)
Mahoney Circle (5); 1290 North Shore Road (2); Brown Circle;
Copeland Circle; Foster/Park; 209 Parkway; 60 Squire Road; Broadway;
610 Broadway (cruiser); Broadway/Prince; Broadway/Mountain;
Broadway/Vinal; 1 Donnelly Square; 191 Shirley Ave.; Lee Burbank
Highway; Central/School; 45 Dix St.; and 339 Squire Road.
House Parties/Loud Stereo Complaints (after 9 p.m.): 9
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An interview with PUMPS co founder Al Tassel
Rep – Obviously the first question is what’s with 2 middle aged guys starting a chain of full size health clubs exclu-
sively for women?
Tassel – We figured in this economy it would be a great idea to get involved in something we knew absolutely noth-
ing about. It made good business sense. Seriously though, we have owned and operated coed health clubs for over 20
years so we like to think we do know a little something about the industry.
Rep – What convinced you to switch gears and go with the women’s only formula?
Tassel – The model for this new brand has actually been in development for a number of years. About 10 years ago
we started implementing women’s only areas within our coed clubs and immediately saw the growth potential was
greater there than with the coed part of the club. Women of all ages and fitness levels were more comfortable exercis-
ing in the privacy of the women’s only section of the clubs so we kept building them bigger and bigger. The more
space we devoted to them the greater the demand became. You should also understand that our women’s only areas
are not afterthoughts or small spaces with limited equipment. They are as large as 4000 square feet with over 45 cardio
machines, dozens of strength machines and a full complement of dumbbells and free weights.
Rep – Why did you decide to introduce your new PUMPS brand in Saugus?
Tassel – It was actually a very easy decision as over 70% of the membership was already women. The women’s only
area of the club was at full capacity and we simply needed the space, and a lot more of it! Using a sophisticated Ivy
League business term, the decision was a "no brainer". We are also currently in negotiation on another location so we
would like to launch the two simultaneously or as close to one another as possible.
Rep – Is PUMPS in Saugus open while the club is being converted and when is the official opening date?
Tassel – Yes, we are fully operational during this transition month. The entire 21,000 square foot facility is undergo-
ing a complete makeover and transformation and should be completed by the end of April. A very large percentage of
the male membership has already transferred to our Danvers club but is permitted to stay in Saugus until April 30.
May 1 is the official launch date for PUMPS and we expect most of the work to be completed by that date.
Rep – What other immediate changes can we expect to see in the Saugus location?
Tassel – Our interior design team is taking care of all the decorative and design details and we have ordered all new
high end Johnny G Spinners, Expresso Virtual Reality Internet bikes, more ellipticals as well as the coolest new prod-
uct on the market. PUMPS is excited to announce we are getting the new E Spinners which allows the user the ability
to take a Spinning class whenever they want, right on our spectacular cardio floor! We are also expanding our babysit-
ting services to include evening hours.
Rep – In a nutshell, what is PUMPS all about?
Tassel – First of all you must understand that I’m far too long winded to put anything in a nutshell or any other shell
(for that matter). I will start by telling you what PUMPS is not. PUMPS is the furthest thing from a 30 minute limited
express club or a weight loss studio you will ever find. We are not a support group under the guise of a fitness center
nor are we a spa where we focus on treatments and pampering. We are also not a full service sports complex offering
pools, tennis and amenities of that nature.
I also need to interject a point on the thousands of women’s express clubs we are all familiar with, many of which
have shuttered their doors in the past few years. The limited express clubs were instrumental for introducing fitness to
women who possibly didn’t feel comfortable exercising in a coed environment. The problem, though, quickly became
that the format offered very little in the way of variety, excitement or growth opportunity. The obvious physical and
emotional benefits of exercise became immediately apparent but the women naturally became bored with the limited
amenities and required more stimulation. Many of the women’s express club "graduates" came to our clubs because
we offered so much more in a "somewhat" women’s only environment.
Rep – OK, once again, what is PUMPS all about?
Tassel – Glad you asked. PUMPS is a full service, full size women’s only fitness center where the primary focus is
simply offering great fitness. The club offers a cutting edge and diversified group X schedule with separate Spinning
and mixed use studios. We currently have close to 50 classes a week including Zumba, Pilates, Yoga, BodyPump,
Spinning, Cardio Boxing and more. We are also adding stretch & tone classes and we always have our pulse on the
hottest trends in the industry. We are also proud to boast that we employ only the top instructors in the greater Boston
area which is why our class schedule keeps expanding out of control (and beyond budget)! PUMPS also features the
absolute most extensive circuit training and free weight selection a women’s only club has ever offered and a greater
variety found even in most coed clubs! We also have over 70 pieces of cardiovascular machines (no waiting!) includ-
ing countless treadmills and 4 types of elliptical machines. We offer personal training, babysitting and an upscale lock-
er room complete with steam and sauna. Our greatest feature of all is something that is not even tangible. PUMPS
offers an environment, experience and culture that has been meticulously designed to ensure member comfortability,
enjoyment and success. We understand that a member’s success is contingent on her comfort factor which is why we
have gone to great lengths through our internal marketing support materials and staff training to ensure an elevated
level of comfort. A good percentage of new PUMPS members have been and I’m sure will continue to be absolute
beginners to fitness which is why the continuous support and daily guidance is something we stress beyond belief.
These types of support materials, and the way they are presented, set the essence for what PUMPS is all about. Can
you tell we’re excited!
Rep – Let’s face it, there are very few full size single sex clubs offering what you offer and typically they are expen-
sive to join. Will I need to sacrifice some of life’s pleasures to join PUMPS?
Tassel – Depends on which pleasures you are referring to but I sincerely doubt it. Our monthly rate for PUMPS, once
the initial Grand Opening phase has been completed, will be $49.99/month. We just started our initial introductory
phase (pre grand opening) and are currently selling at $29.99/month. Since we are in this first phase, there is no initial
investment (referred to as enrollment fees by other) and just a 12 month commitment required. The monthly rate,
along with the initial investment, will increase as the grand opening date nears. I might also add that this rate includes
all classes, complimentary personal training orientations and access to all future PUMPS locations. We are also
designing a cool line of PUMPS clothing and accessories to promote our new brand.
Rep – Final question – I know you just started but how has PUMPS been received so far?
Tassel – Other than the men who were unfortunately displaced it’s been terrific. I might also add that a good majority
of the men, after the initial shock wore off, realized business is business and they were genuinely happy for us. A good
percentage of them stayed with us and are members of our coed Danvers club. The early response from women has
actually exceeded our wildest expectations! We are getting a tremendous amount of former women’s express club
members who can’t believe a club like this is exclusively for women. We are also experiencing a huge influx of
women who were recently members of coed clubs and grew tired of the BS (to quote them directly) associated with
sharing a club with men. We’re getting a range from absolute beginners to elite college athletes. We are also penetrat-
ing into zip codes we very rarely reached while coed, so to answer your question in a nutshell – it’s been great!
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Motion presented by Councillor Correggio: That the Mayor direct
the Supt. Of Public Works to clean the clogged catch basin in front of 211
Malden Street.
Motion presented by Councillor Correggio: That the Mayor direct
the Supt. Of Public Works to repair the broken street sign at Rumney Road
and Graves Road.
Motion presented by Councillors Correggio, Guinasso and Patch:
That the Mayor request the Chief of Police to increase police presence
between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. and especially on weekends on Adams
Court due to recent vandalism, graffiti, broken windows and other damage
to motor vehicles, and possible gang activity. Also, that the Chief of Police
look into the installation of video surveillance in this area.
Motion presented by Councilors Rizzo and Patch: That the Mayor
request the Superintendent of Public Works to install signage along Franklin
Street, particularly at the crest of the street that warns drivers to go slow as
children often play outside in the street. Further, that occasional sped traps
be implemented on Franklin Street as a deterrent to speeding vehicles.
Motion presented by Councillor Powers: That the Mayor request the
Director of Inspectional Services to appear before the City Council at the
next regularly scheduled meeting to discuss the resources needed to clean
areas in and around abandoned and other properties.
Motion presented by Councillor Guinasso: That the Mayor request
the Inspectional Services to review the amount of occupants that reside at
25 Cushman Avenue, in the interest of public safety.Area residents have said
that they believe that more than 30 people live there, which leads to much
unrest on Cushman Avenue.
Motion presented by Councillor Guinasso: That the Mayor request
the Traffic Commission to place “No Heavy Trucking” signs on Cushman
Terrace at the intersection of Cushman Avenue.
Motion presented by Councillor Patch: That the city Council submit
the following special legislation to the Massachusetts Legislature for consid-
eration during the 2009 legislative session:
An Act Relative To The Terms Of Office Of Certain Officers And
Employees Of The City Of Revere.
Section 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of any General or Special Laws
to the contrary the terms of office of the following officers and employees
of the City of Revere shall be coterminous with the term of office of the
Mayor of the City of Revere: Members of the Board of Assessors, City
Auditor, Building Inspector, City Clerk, City Collector, Director of Finance,
Conservation Commission Members, Election Commission Members, Fire
Chief, Gas Inspector, Harbormasters, Board of Health Members, Health Agent,
Historical Commission Members, Housing Authority Members appointed by
the Mayor, Director of Inspectional Services, License Commission Members,
Director of Parks and Recreation, Parks and Recreation Commission
Members, City Planner, Planning Board Members, Plumbing Inspector, Police
Chief, Public Library Trustees, Public Works Department Superintendent,
Purchasing Agent, Retirement Board Members Appointed by the Mayor,
Revere Cultural Commission Members, Sealer of Weights and Measures,
Shellfish Warden, City Solicitor, City Treasurer, Wire Inspector, Workers
Compensation Agent and Zoning Board of Appeals Members.
Section 2.The incumbents in the offices enumerated in section 1 of this
act shall be exempt from the provisions of this act until the expiration date
of their current terms of office on the effective date of this act, thereafter
the provisions of section 1 of this act shall apply.
Section 3.Any position enumerated in section 1 of this act which is gov-
erned by the provisions of Chapter 31 of the Massachusetts General Laws
shall be exempt from the provisions of this act.
Section 4.The incumbents in the offices enumerated in section 1 of this
act who have been granted tenure shall be exempt from the provisions of
this act until their final date of employment with the city, thereafter the
provisions of section 1 of this act shall apply.
Section 5.This act shall take effect upon its passage.
Motion presented by Councillor Patch: That the Ways and Means
Committee convene a meeting with Director of Finance, the City Auditor
and the Mayor to explain to the Committee the City’s transfer of appropria-
tions policies relative to surpluses and deficits at the end of the fiscal year.
Motion presented by Councillor Haas: That the following ordinance
amendment be ordered to a public hearing.
AN ORDINANCE FURTHER REGULATING PARKING LOTS
Section 1. Title 5, Chapter 5.24, Section 5.24.010 of the Revised
Ordinances of the City of Revere is hereby amended by adding a new para-
graph at the end of the section as follows:
“All hotels located in the City that offer hotel guests extended parking
arrangements, as a part of their accommodations, shall annually certify to
the License Commission the total number of parking spaces dedicated for
extended parking purposes.”
Motion presented by Councillor Guinasso: That the Mayor be
requested to direct the Director of Inspectional Services and the Building
Inspector to convene a meeting with Mr. James Sperry of the May Institute
at 794 Broadway and the neighbors to the May Institute to resolve the ongo-
ing neighborhood problems relative to parking problems, idling of transport
vehicles in the neighborhood while transporting clients, noise problems,
problems with the dumpster and general disregard for the neighbors.
Motion presented by Councillor Rizzo:That the so-called one day rule
pertaining to municipal pensions be rescinded that would otherwise add
one year of service to future retirees of the City of Revere. Further, that the
Ways and Means subcommittee include in its budget deliberations, a meeting
with the Retirement Board to discuss other recommendations that would
reduce the city’s future pension obligations.
Motion presented by Councillor Powers: That the Mayor request
the Suffolk County Work Crew to clean the area on School Street directly
behind the Dairy Queen.
Motion presented by Councillor Rotondo: That the Mayor and City
Council remove the one day, one year pension accrual benefit from all
municipal employees and elected officials. Further, that longevity be removed
as part of any benefit from all elected officials in the City of Revere.
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You begged for your Breaky and
sang for your Supper, you were
happiest most just hanging
with Papa.
If the gas didn’t do it then the
drooling would get’cha, Honestly Pal
you were far worse than Fletcha.
So tonight we cry as we crack open
the Dom, You will always be missed,
most of all by your Mom.
You stayed by my side through good
and through bad, We were best
friends forever.
Love Dad.
In Memoriam
Otis Campbell
January 20, 1998-March 19, 2009
MONDAY, MARCH 30
Atiba K. Howard, 24, of 671 Beach
St., was arrested on an outstanding
warrant and on charges of assault
and battery by means of a danger-
ous weapon, aggravated assault, and
intimidation of a witness.
TUESDAY, MARCH 31
Jhonny A. Ascencio, 28, of 314
Park Ave., was arrested on a charge
of operating a motor vehicle while
under the influence of liquor. He also
was cited for the civil motor vehicle
infraction of drinking alcohol from an
open container while driving.
Herman M. Bridglal, 34, of East
Boston, was arrested on charges of
operating a motor vehicle while under
the influence of liquor and operating
a motor vehicle negligently so as to
endanger.
Jaclyn M. Dineen, 30, of East
Boston, was arrested on charges of
illegal possession of a Class B con-
trolled narcotic substance and illegal
possession of a Class E controlled
narcotic substance.
WEDNESDAY, APRI L 1
Kevin J. Bitto, 33, of 299 Crescent
Ave., was arrested on a charge of
assault and battery.
Sean D. Leonard, 41, of 12
Beachland Ave., was arrested on
charges of unarmed robbery, kidnap-
ping, assault and battery, a civil rights
violation, and making a threat to com-
mit a crime.
Dennis A. Reed, 30, of Lynn, was
arrested on charge of shoplifting.
Judith L. Weiner, 43, of 12
Beachland Ave., was arrested on a
charge of intimidation of a witness.
THURSDAY, APRIL 2
Patricia A. Collins, 39, of 249
Lantern Road, was arrested on an
outstanding warrant.
Sherella T. Jacques, 20, of
Brockton, was arrested on charges of
drinking alcohol in public, in viola-
tion of the city ordinance, being a
minor in a possession of alcohol, and
assault and battery by means of a
dangerous weapon.
Jose Resto, 47, of 35 Tuttle St., was
arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Ronald W. Russo, 51, of 602
Washington Ave., was arrested on an
outstanding warrant.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Sheila L. Henderson, 46, of 237
Lantern Road, was arrested on an
outstanding warrant.
Robert Jones, 52, of Dorchester,
was arrested on charges of being rude
and disorderly in violation of the
city ordinance and assault and battery
upon a police officer. He also was
placed into protective custody.
Terence S. Newell, 35, of 70
Bradstreet Ave., was arrested on an
outstanding warrant.
David J. Pereira Jr., 28, of Chelsea,
was arrested on an outstanding war-
rant.
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
David N. Toro, 32, of Winthrop,
was arrested on an outstanding war-
rant and on charges of violating a
domestic abuse prevention restraining
order and making a threat to commit
a crime.
SUNDAY, APRIL 5
Arnoldo Dagoberto Granados, 26,
of 26 Curtis Road, was arrested on a
charge of assault and battery.
Christopher T. Lee, 17, of 1107
Winthrop Ave., was arrested on
charges of malicious destruction of
property over $250, assault and bat-
tery, and indecent assault and battery
upon a person over the age of 14.
Police//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3
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April 1.
Officers responded to the 7-Eleven
on North Shore Road around 6 p.m.
on April 1 and found a black female
allegedly being harassed by a white
female while on the line with 911.
The black female victim told police
that the woman is her neighbor, and
she is very friendly with her and her
boyfriend, frequently borrowing their
phone and smoking cigarettes with
them.
However, the victim said on April
1, she was walking past the house on
Beachland Road and the neighbors
grabbed her and forced her inside
their apartment, closing the door
afterward.
The boyfriend, Sean Leonard, 41,
of 12 Beachland Ave., began yelling
at the victim, using several racial
epithets and demanding that she give
him “the drugs”,
He also allegedly choked the vic-
tim while making these demands, and
took a $1,050 money order out of the
victim’s pocket - money she intended
to use for her rent payment.
The victim escaped and went to
her apartment and then left for the
7-Eleven store to use the pay phone.
When she passed by the neighbor’s
house, they were waiting in the door-
way for her and confronted her again,
with the female, Judith Weiner, 43,
of 12 Beachland Ave., threatening to
call the state to take away the victim’s
kids if she called the police.
Officers advanced to the house
after taking Weiner into custody and,
using the department’s new police
dog, flushed Leonard out of the base-
ment area.
While questioned, Leonard admit-
ted to having an intravenous drug
problem and that he had injected
cocaine just before the incident. Police
found numerous dirty syringes around
the apartment.
Leonard - who also had an odor
of alcohol on his breath - said he
believed the neighbor had stolen $40
from him and that he had went to her
house to demand the money back.
After an argument there, he returned
to his home, and hid in the basement
when police arrived because he got
nervous.
He was arrested and charged
with kidnapping, assault and battery,
unarmed robbery, civil rights viola-
tion, and threatening to commit a
crime.
Weiner was charged with intimida-
tion of a witness.
Where there’s smokes ...
A thief just narrowly got away last
Thursday night, but he left behind his
score.
Around 10 p.m. last Thursday, offi-
cers were on Broadway when they saw
the store clerk from D & L Liquors
come sprinting down the sidewalk
and yelling. The clerk pointed officers
to a Spanish male wearing a tan coat
with fur, walking down the street.
Officers tried to speak with the
man, but he ignored them and then
ran down Ambrose Street.
The man had apparently stolen a
large quantity of cigarettes, and with
the price of cigarettes these days, it
was a valuable score. The cigarettes
were valued at $600.
A foot pursuit ensued and police
narrowly missed capturing the rob-
ber.
However, they recovered the ciga-
rettes and returned them to the stor-
eowner, who was satisfied with the
outcome.
End of the line
It was the end of the line for the 111
bus last Thursday night at 11 p.m.
The bus driver sat at the Central
Fire Station wanting to go home for
the night, but had to deal with a
drunken man who wanted to fight.
The driver called police, at the
urging of the drunken man, who said
he would take on all the cops if they
came.
Once police officers got there, he
gave it his best effort.
Officers told him to exit the bus
and he cursed at them. They tried to
forcefully remove him, and he pushed
the officers backward, causing him to
fall down.
The officer gave fair warning, and
then sprayed the man in the eyes with
mace. A scuffle ensued, with the offi-
cer able to handcuff the man.
At the station, the man was unable
to be booked and was totally uncoop-
erative.
Robert Jones, 52, of Dorchester,
was charged with assault and battery
on a police officer, resisting arrest and
being a rude and disorderly person.
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For many years in the past, the pre-
liminary election was just as hot and
heated - and maybe more so - than
the General Election in November for
city contests. That, of course, was in
the days when one might see five or
six candidates just for ward councillor
and a plethora of candidates for city-
wide offices like School Committee
and councillor at-large.
Those times are long gone, but
for those who challenge incumbents,
preliminary elections have served as
a testing ground for the November
election - allowing a first-time can-
didate to test his or her message with
the voters before the final. That’s why
they have always naturally favored
challengers rather than incumbents.
To have a preliminary election in
a ward council race, it requires a
minimum of three candidates; for at-
large council, it requires a minimum
of 11 candidates; and for the School
Committee, it requires a minimum of
13 candidates.
However, in these econom-
ic times, most - including Mayor
Tom Ambrosino and Election
Commissioner Diane Colella - felt
that foregoing the election could save
some much-needed cash.
Diane Colella said by not having
the election, the city could save up to
$55,000.
“It was my recommendation,” she
said. “Given the tough times that the
city is in, I thought it would only
make sense. It’s a $50,000 to $55,000
day. If they were willing to forego the
preliminary, it could save someone’s
job.”
Mayor Tom Ambrosino said it was
a decision between having to cut jobs
and having an election that might
only narrow the field by one or two
people.
“These are extreme times, and you
have to do things to cut our expenses
in fiscal year 2010,” he said. “We’re
not impeding anyone’s rights. We’re
basically saying everyone is on the
ballot [in November].”
Election//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
EASTER SERVICES
Several churches in the area will celebrate Easter this week and weekend.
Below are listings of the various activities at churches around the city.
Revere Ministerial Alliance
• Sunrise Service, Easter Sunday, 5:45 a.m. at the Bandstand on Revere
Beach
St. Anthony’s Church, 250 Revere St.
•Holy Thursday, 9 a.m. morning prayer in church; 7 p.m. Holy Thursday Mass
in church; 8 p.m. to midnight, adoration of the Eucharist in the lower hall
• Good Friday, 9 a.m. Morning prayer in church; 10 a.m. Walk through the city
with the stations of the cross; 3 p.m. Stations of the Cross in the church; 7 p.m.
Good Friday service in the church.
• Holy Saturday, 9 a.m. Morning prayer in Church; 7:30 p.m. Easter vigil Mass
in Church; No confession on Holy Saturday.
• Easter Sunday, Masses celebrated at 7:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and noon.
First Congregational Church, 230 Beach St.
• Maundy Thursday Communion Service, 7:30 p.m.
• Good Friday Service, 7:30 p.m.
• Saturday, Easter Children’s Program and Easter Egg Hunt (children through
grade 6), 10 a.m. at the church office; 11 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt at Church
Building.
• Easter Sunday Services, 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Childcare provided at 11 a.m.
service.
First Baptist Church, Beach Street
• Easter Sunday, Celebration of the Resurrection, 10:15 a.m.
St. Mary’s of the Assumption, Washington Avenue
• Holy Thursday, 7 p.m. Mass of the Lords Supper with Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament until 9 p.m.
• Good Friday, 3 p.m. Stations of the Cross; 7 p.m. Solemn Celebration of the
Lords Passion.
• Holy Saturday, There will not be confessions at 3 p.m.; There will not be a 4
p.m. Mass this Saturday; Easter Vigil will be celebrated at 8 p.m.
•Easter Sunday, Masses 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Immaculate Conception Church, 22 Lowe St.
• Holy Thursday, 9 a.m. Morning Prayer; 7 p.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper
followed by adoration until midnight.
• Good Friday, 9 a.m. Morning Prayer; 10 a.m. Way of the Cross for Youth at
St. Anthony’s; 3 p.m. Divine Mercy Novena; 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Confession;
6:30 p.m. Celebration of the Passion of the Lord in English (at the church) and in
Spanish (in the gym), followed by a bilingual Way of the Cross through the streets
of the Parish neighborhood.
• Holy Saturday, 9 a.m. Morning Prayer; 9:30 - noon Confession; 3 p.m.
Divine Mercy Novena; 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. Confession; 8 p.m. Bilingual Celebration
of the Easter Vigil.
• Easter Sunday, Masses celebrated 7:30 p.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., noon
(Spanish), and 6 p.m. (Spanish); 3 p.m. Divine Mercy Novena with solemn
exposition and blessing of the blessed sacrament.
Eagle Heights Assembly of God Church, Revere Beach Parkway
• Easter Sunday Services at 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Compiled by Seth Daniel
lifesaving treatment, Bruta had a
chance to survive if she could find a
place to recover.
That’s where the trouble came in.
The guard dog was paralyzed, not
being able to move at all, and needed
full attention and care. Most kennels,
though, wouldn’t accept a working,
guard dog in their establishments,
because guard dogs have a whole dif-
ferent demeanor than house pets.
Williams and his employees found
a friend just down North Shore Road,
at Ocean View Kennels.
Lisa Cutting, whose family owns
the kennel, said she got a call from
Williams one day, saying he had a
special request. After telling her about
the disease, the generous kennel own-
ers couldn’t turn their neighbors - and
Bruta - away.
Dog//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
“I didn’t know what Scott wanted,
but he asked if I could meet him at
the Dunkin’ Donuts,” said Cutting.
“When he told me about Coonhound
Paralysis, I said, ‘What?’ But we
couldn’t tell him no. We love all ani-
mals here.”
Cutting researched the disease
until she knew everything about it,
and set up a segregated area for Bruta
in her front waiting room. Then, she
began taking the dog to rehabilita-
tion appointments in Woburn, which
included water therapy and physical
therapy.
For several weeks, Bruta had to be
picked up with a hoisting machine.
She lay motionless on a blanket, day
after day, able only to move her head
and eyes slightly.
What was supposed to be a six-
month recovery period, though, has
been cut short. A week or so ago,
Bruta began standing up, and now she
can walk.
“We can’t believe how far she has
come,” said Cutting. “It helps that she
is so near to her home, Rent-a-Tool,
and all the guys from up there come
down every day to visit her. She is a
guard dog and knows when it’s time
to work, but she is a good dog, too.”
Williams and the crew at Rent-a-
Tool hope to have Bruta back on the
grounds with her brother by early
summertime.
chase and sale of private residences,
the mayor said he wasn’t worried
about such philosophical questions in
this case.
He said no owner has come for-
ward after numerous attempts to con-
tact them, and the bank that appar-
ently owns it hasn’t been responsive.
He said those with a stake in the
property have been well informed of
the government takeover.
“I have no qualms about it because
generally we do it as a last resort,”
said the mayor. “I personally spent
six months trying to get this bank in
California to respond to this prop-
erty...It was maddening. I couldn’t get
them to do anything...The last con-
versation I had with them I told them
I was going to take it. So far, there’s
been no fight.”
The mayor added that there have
been accusations of fraud in the mort-
gage on 60 Warren St., noting that it
was a bit “fishy”.
“In the end, this is good for the
neighbors,” he said.
Neighbors in the once-quiet Ward
4 street were hounded by problems
from 60 Warren St. the last few years,
mostly due to young people and gangs
trespassing at the vacant home.
Another problem property, 50
Warren St., has been resolved through
a private sale and private renovation.
Homes//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Services moved the city up from a Baa1
rating to an A3 rating. Meanwhile,
Standard & Poor’s assigned the city
an A rating.
With that in place, the city was
immediately able to sell $26.3 million
in bonds, some $20 million of that for
the new public safety facility, at a very
low rate of interest.
“This is one glimmer of hope in a
mostly dreary time,” said Mayor Tom
Ambrosino. “We were very pleased
and very happy with the upgrade.
We’ve been advocating for this quite a
while. We felt we deserved the upgrade
last time around. We asked Standard &
Poor’s to take a second, fresh look at
us, and it ended up both organizations
upgraded us.”
For city Director of Finance George
Anzuoni, it was the best news he had
heard in years.
“This is especially good news in
these economic times,” he said. “To
get a rating this high is amazing. I’ve
been here 31 years and never had a rat-
ing this high. I’ve been waiting for this
all these years.”
The mayor added the city’s finances
are in good order, especially noting the
$1.5 million Rainy Day Fund.
“If we weren’t facing a financial
crisis, we would be in a very good
financial position,” said the mayor.
“Frankly, our finances are very good.
The state funding, though, is a night-
mare right now.”
The logical question, though, is
whether or not the city can maintain
that new, high rating. Within the next
two years, officials estimated the city
would most likely use all of the $1.5
million Rainy Day Fund. Likewise,
it would probably also use up all the
other reserves, and the Rental Car
Surcharge for the police station fund-
ing - which Wall Street seems to love
- is perilously close to being null and
void.
“It’s certainly going to be a chal-
lenge in maintaining that rating,” said
the mayor. “All of these bond rating
agencies expect cities and towns to
face difficult times and to dip into
reserves. As long as we’re not sig-
nificantly worse than anyone else, the
rating should stay.”
Meanwhile, if the higher rating
wasn’t enough for the city’s finan-
cial gurus, the sale of more than $26
million in bonds that had been held
back since last October was certainly
enough to celebrate conservatively.
Last fall, amidst the international
financial meltdown, the city was hold-
ing $20 million in borrowings for the
new police station, and another $6 mil-
lion for the new fire equipment and the
City Hall computerization plan.
With the markets in such disarray,
a decision was quickly made to hold
off on bonding those items. Then, as
things got worse, it appeared as if the
city may never be able to bond those
items long-term.
That would have thrown a major
monkey wrench in the financial plan.
Nevertheless, the city worked
with Fidelity Investments and First
Southwest to devise an innovative
bond sale in which a bulk of the debt
would be sold on the retail market,
rather than institutionally.
The city ended up selling $21 mil-
lion of the debt on the retail market
in two days. The final $5 million was
sold on the institutional market.
“We sold these in the midst of
California surprisingly putting out two
major bond offerings on the market,
and then Newton came in the second
day of our sale,” said Anzuoni. “We
had a lot of competition there, and we
got good rates...The way we sold them
and when we sold them just made it go
very well.”
Anzuoni said the city got a 30-year
bonding (2039) at a rate of 4.8 percent
- a much better rate than they antici-
pated. “I was surprised the rates were
so good,” said the mayor. “They were
better than we anticipated. I wasn’t
surprised we sold them...We felt good
about the sale.”
Bond//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
PATRIOT SENIORS
Regular meetings are held on
the second Tuesday of every month.
NOTE: The May meeting will be held
on the 19th, not the 12th. For more
information about the Patriot Seniors,
call Rose Lomuscio at 781-289-2155.
Upcoming Trips and Outings
April 6 — Foxwoods
April 14-16 — Three-day, two-
night trip to the Tropicana Resort
Casino.
April 23 – Mohegan Sun, Ethel
Merman
May 11 — Foxwoods
May 12-14 — Indian Head, Three-
Day Italian Festival
June 5 — Installation Party at the
Patriot Civic Club, 6-10 p.m.
June 15 — Foxwoods
Aug. 24-26 — Saratoga, N.Y., and
Lake George
Oct. 16-26 — Mediterranean
Cruise
THE ROSSETTI-COWAN
SENIOR CENTER
Free Movies
Free movies are shown every
Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Rossetti-
Cowan Senior Center. Refreshments
are served.
April 8 — “Vicky Christina
Barcelona”
April 15 — “Rachel Getting
Married”
April 22 — “W.”
April 29 — “Slumdog
Millionaire.”
Monthly Podiatry Clinic
Dr. David Kaplan will be at the
Rossetti/Cowan Senior Center on
Wednesday, April 22, from 9 to 11
a.m. Only routine foot care (including
cutting of toenails and trimming of
calluses) will be offered. Referrals to
other specialists will be made if neces-
sary for more complicated problems.
Services will be a discounted fee of
$20 per visit. HMO plans, Medicaid
and Medicare will not be accepted.
Hearing Program
Free, frequency test and case history
analysis, as well as, cleaning and adjust-
ments of hearing aids are available at
the Rossetti/Cowan Senior Center, 25
Winthrop Ave. The next session will
be held on Wednesday, April 22, from
9 to 11 a.m. Appointments are sug-
gested, but walk-ins will be serviced if
time allows.
Monthly Geriatric Program
Blood pressure check-up and indi-
vidual conferences will be held on
Friday, April 17, from 12 to 1 p.m.
Chair Massage
Therapeutic Massage can relax tense
muscles due to overwork or stress. It
can also increase the blood supply to
tissues, improve energy and alertness
and relieve stress and anxiety.
On Monday, April 13, Barbara
MacDonald (certified and licensed
massage therapist) will be offering
10- to 15-minute chair massage at the
Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center from
10a.m. to noon, the cost is $5 per
session and although walk-ins will be
serviced, it is advisable to call for a
reservation at 781-286-8156
Senior Menu
Thursday, April 9: Easter Luncheon
— Baked ham w/pineapple raisin
sauce, sweet potatoes, garden blend
veggies, dinner roll, strawberry short
cake, milk, coffee or tea.
Friday, April 10: Fish & cheese on
roll w/tartar sauce, cole slaw, clam
chowder, mandarin oranges, milk,
coffee or tea.
Monday, April 13: Chicken pot pie,
tossed salad, Italian dressing, French
roll, apple turnover, milk, coffee or
tea.
Tuesday, April 14: Shepherd’s Pie,
(hamburger, potatoes, corn) w/ gravy,
wheat bread, banana pudding, milk,
coffee or tea.
Wednesday, April 15: Stuffed
cabbage, buttered noodles, carrots,
wheat bread, tropical fruit, milk, cof-
fee or tea.
Thursday, April 16: Honey roasted
chicken, rice pilaf, green beans, wheat
bread, Jello w/fruit, milk, coffee or
tea.
Friday, April 17: Seafood plate
(fish, shrimp poppers), potato puffs,
corn, wheat bread, tapioca pudding,
milk, coffee or tea.
Monday, April 20: Patriot’s Day,
center closed.
Tuesday, April 21: Lemon pepper
chicken, Spanish rice, ranch veggie
blend, wheat bread, lemon pudding,
milk, coffee or tea.
Wednesday, April 22: Veggie
quiche, O’Brien potatoes, cream of
chicken soup, wheat bread, cherry
turnover, milk, coffee or tea.
Thursday, April 23: Pastrami on
roll w/mustard, potato salad, min-
estrone, orange slices, milk, coffee
or tea.
Friday, April 24: Eggplant parme-
san w/ziti, tossed salad, Italian dress-
ing, French roll, pineapple parfait,
milk, coffee or tea.
Monday, April 27: Cheeseburger
on roll w/ketchup, fries, carrots,
Hoodsie, milk, coffee or tea.
Tuesday, April 28: Veal cutlet w/
mushroom gravy, whipped potatoes,
broccoli, wheat bread, apricots, milk,
coffee or tea.
Wednesday, April 29: Seafood
salad on roll, 3 bean salad, clam
chowder, pineapple chunks, milk, cof-
fee or tea.
Thursday, April 30: Roast pork w/
gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans,
wheat bread, applesauce, milk, coffee
or tea.
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Guinasso, with both of them recently
putting a fact-finding motion in to the
City Council.
“I’m certainly not against religion,
but I think you have a downtown area
there full of commercial buildings
with limited parking, and I don’t think
it’s the right place for a church meet-
ing hall,” he said, noting that the lack
of parking is his main concern.
For at least one of the churches, the
hope is that its presence on Broadway
can make a difference for the youth.
“Our goal is to help people in
the city of Revere and to invest in
juveniles here,” said Pastor Salvador
Duarte of Ministerio Palabra Uncion
y Fuego Church. “We chose the main
street, Broadway, because we think
the main way to make things better is
to teach people about God and how
they can get better...Why we chose
Broadway is because we have a lot
of people walking up and down there,
and we see a lot of juveniles on the
corner there.”
He added that he has members
from Revere, Everett and Chelsea.
TREADING LIGHTLY
It is a very delicate issue when
it comes to where a church can and
cannot locate.
Naturally, most would want busi-
nesses in the business district and
churches in a more residential area.
That’s traditionally how it’s gone, but
state zoning laws exempt churches and
many other nonprofit organizations
from the city’s zoning regulations.
The only thing the city can control is
parking and setback requirements.
“Nothing can really be done about
it,” said Mayor Tom Ambrosino. “The
Legislature has made a clear policy
choice on this, which I don’t think
is wrong...We have decided to tread
lightly with churches. The last thing
we want to do is be in Superior Court
fighting a church. The policy is tread
lightly with these churches.”
About one year ago, Pastor
Duarte’s church, the Spanish-speak-
ing Ministerio Palabra Uncion y
Fuego, located itself in the old West
Coast Video Store in the 300th block
of Broadway.
Soon after, the city’s Inspectional
Services Department issued a cease
and desist order on the church for
lack of parking. Now, however, they
have struck an agreement with the
city that allows them no more than 60
occupants - though no one is counting
Churches//CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
people at the door.
The zoning formula requires one
parking spot for every five seats, and
the church has 12 spots behind the
former storefront, which allowed 60
people.
Meanwhile, two more churches
have opened up just across the street.
The Renewed Life Christian Center
opened up at 333 Broadway behind
Designer Optical, and holds Sunday
services twice a month and a Bible
Study every Thursday, according to a
sign on the door.
Likewise, the Maranatha Church,
formerly of Everett, appears to be
holding services at 329 Broadway
(the old Revere Journal building) in a
space that they have completely reno-
vated into a worship center. However,
the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA)
denied the church a parking variance
earlier this year. Just how that figures
into their situation is unknown and
probably is a consequence of treading
lightly.
A BUSINESS PLAN
Despite not being able to do much
to detract churches from the district,
city administrators said they didn’t
feel it was the best use for the district -
at least from a planning perspective.
“Everyone has that right to reli-
gious freedom,” said City Planner
Frank Stringi. “I don’t think it’s the
most desirable use in the downtown
area. It takes away some of the vitality
and diversity of the business district.
It is what it is, though, and the city can
only do so much.”
The mayor said he is comfortable
with a few churches in the district, but
wouldn’t want to see too many.
“The city would prefer diverse uses
in its General Business districts,” he
said. “We certainly don’t want five
churches on Broadway. That would
not be our preference - or five nail
painting places, either. Sometimes,
though, you can’t control these
things.”
Ward 4 Councillor George Rotondo,
who represents the Broadway district,
said he isn’t entirely in favor of the
churches occupying storefronts.
“Personally, I do not feel that
churches should be in a business
district,” he said. “What troubles me
is when a business district does not
have a church and churches open up
in storefronts and take away from
the business district. Once allowed,
there’s not really anything you can do
about it.”
Guinasso said it might be a wise
idea if more existing churches were
to share their spaces, renting out time
periods to churches that don’t have
permanent spaces. That, he said,
would keep the districts orderly and
would provide much-needed revenues
for existing churches. Some churches
in Revere have already begun doing
that.
Several business owners have
expressed frustration with the park-
ing situation caused by the churches
on Broadway, leaving them with no
parking when church services are
being conducted.
However, Pastor Duarte said his
church is only there three times a
week, and only for a couple of hours.
He added their presence helps the
local businesses.
“We help the economy because
we have a lot of people who go to
church,” said Duarte. “When they
leave church, they decide to go to
the stores and buy things. I think our
neighbors are kind of happy. We are
there for a couple hours, and we have
people who walk into the stores, and
we help the economy of Revere.”
HOSPITABLE ENVIRONMENT?
For Revere, churches in the busi-
ness district are a very foreign idea.
Having been mostly a residential
community with distinct boundaries
between home and business, such
a mix of uses bothers some people.
That’s compounded by the fact that
numerous business districts in urban
areas have seen their death once store-
front churches began to locate there.
But is it the presence of churches
that drags down those business dis-
tricts, or are the churches a symptom
of an already trouble-laden and strug-
gling business district?
“Churches are a symptom of a
failing district,” said Rotondo. “The
churches are filling a void due to
a deteriorating economic scene on
Broadway caused mostly by arrant
adolescent kids running around sell-
ing drugs, drinking and being hooli-
gans at all hours of the day. It’s the old
broken window theory.”
Laurie Leone, executive director of
the Revere Chamber of Commerce,
didn’t go quite so far, but said that
some of her members find frustra-
tion with the business climate on
Broadway.
“Many [storeowners on Broadway]
recognize and lament the character of
the pedestrian traffic,” she said. “If
you’re trying to have a nice business
and you have one, you’re going to
get graffiti; and if you put out flower
pots or spiral hedges, they’re going
to get broken, stolen or burned up. If
you want to have café tables outside,
they’ll get taken, and who knows who
will come sit in them. There’s also
a huge problem with litter...Many
businesses have to have a buzzer and
cameras and alarms.”
That climate, she said, could be
creating empty storefronts - leading
property owners to rent to churches.
She said that maybe it’s time to
renew a drive to restore the business
district on Broadway.
“There should be downtown revi-
talization, and there would be good
people and businesses that would par-
ticipate,” she said.
Rotondo echoed Leone’s com-
ments, noting there needs to be an
overlay zoning district on Broadway,
regulations that allow businesses to
build higher, create more parking and
streamline the storefront facades from
Fenno Street to Pitcairn Street.
However, for now, maybe not hav-
ing churches in the district is only a
matter of prayer.
“The question you have to ask
yourself at this point is if you want an
empty office space or if you want a
church there,” Rotondo said. “I would
rather see a business there, but the fact
is we’re not going to see a business
there, and the property owner would
leave his property and default on his
taxes. We certainly don’t want that.”
Sandwiched between a variety store, a doctor’s o ce and a Chinese food
restaurant, the Ministerio Palabra Uncion y Fuego is one of three churches
that has located in storefronts on Broadway this past year. Many business
owners and city o cials have noted the change, wondering if it’s the best
thing for what has traditionally been a commercial district. Church leaders
say they are just trying to locate in a place where they can help young
people and adults.
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REVERE POP WARNER FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING
CARY SHUMAN PHOTOS
The ‘F’ cheerleading squad and coaches. The ‘F’ football team and coaches.
The ‘E’ cheerleading squad and coaches. The ‘E’ football team and coaches.
Sandy Donati, right, presents the Cheerleading Coach of the Year Award to
Melissa Elam, head coach of the ‘D’ cheerleading squad.
Rico Donati, president of Revere Pop Warner, presents the Football Coach
of the Year Award to Mark Porazinski, assistant coach of the ‘C’ team. Also
pictured is his daughter, Samantha.
Bobbie Porello presents the Rocky Porello Volunteer of the Year Award in
memory of her brother, to Kelly Capozzi, secretary of Revere Pop Warner.
The award will be given on an annual basis in memory of Mr. Porello, who
volunteered his time for Revere youth sports during his lifetime.
The ‘D’ cheerleading squad. The ‘D’ football team and coaches.
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REVERE POP WARNER FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING
The ‘C’ cheerleading squad and coaches. The ‘C’ football team and coaches.
The ‘B’ football team and coaches.
The Revere Pop Warner ‘A’ cheerleaders and coaches, who were the 2008 national nalists in the National Pop
Warner Cheering Championships held in December at Disney’s Wide of World Sports Complex.
The ‘A’ football team and coaches.
The Revere Pop Warner Junior Patriots board members (from left) Paul Belschner, John Capozzi, Marc Tango,
Marcy Tango, Sandy Donati, President Rico Donati, Kelly Capozzi, Kristen Ternullo, and Adrienne Sacco-Maguire.
School Committee member Donna Wood Pruitt and Dan Maguire with
RPW President Rico Donati.
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LETTERS Editor
A SHOW OF LEADERSHIP
Rizzo’s motion was a step in the right direction
Disappointed with the School Committee
It was demoralizing to learn that you had voted to distribute condoms to
students if parents allow it.
The message is that the school authority believes that young people might
very well be sexually active, and condoms will take care of the problems asso-
ciated with that activity. Both parts of that message are questionable.
Must school children be given the impression that youthful sexual activity is
accepted? Must they be told that waiting till marriage is an impossible objec-
tive? Must they think that the value of the procreative family is something the
schools don’t care about?
Secondly, condoms are only partially effective in preventing pregnancy, less
so in preventing HIV and various other STDs. STDs are at a high rate among
people under 25 in our country. On the face of it, one can see that condoms
have not worked, since STDs have increased. Numerous studies attest to this,
including studies by the World Health Organization and even our own Center
for Disease Control. What condom distribution does is to give the user a false
sense of security. This can be deadly. AIDS kills.
One example of what can be done to encourage responsible sexual behavior
is what happened in Uganda. The whole country got behind a campaign to
encourage abstinence before marriage and fidelity within marriage. The result
is that the HIV rate went down.
Revere can do better. The old residents and the new residents deserve to have
family values encouraged. The community needs the stability of the family. “It
is true that where there has been no education toward a serious responsibility in
love; where the dignity especially of women is not given sufficient importance;
where a faithful monogamous relationship is ridiculed; where condoms are
distributed to the youth in parties and to children in schools; where immoral
lifestyles are diffused and all forms of sexual experience are regarded as posi-
tive; and where parents are not allowed to give adequate information to their
children; such ‘impossibility’ turns into a serious, limiting condition. The end
result is not only alarming in terms of the spread of HIV/AIDS, but in that man
and woman can no longer have full confidence in each other. What will become
of these children’s future, without the proper information and the necessary
parental guidance?”
The School Committee bears a heavy burden in these difficult times, but
hopefully, they will turn away from the irresponsibility of condom distribution
and toward the good of the whole community, children and adults alike.
Marianna Reynolds, Bob and Lynn Mazzarella
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here is no question—the state of our economy is fragile, to say the
least. Each day the news is grim—Our friends are losing their jobs
and our neighbors are losing their homes. Families throughout
Massachusetts and from all over the country are truly struggling
while all sectors of our economy continue to falter. This dire situation we
all find ourselves in is unprecedented in my lifetime, and indeed in many
people’s lifetimes.
During my more than ten years serving Revere, Chelsea and Saugus in the
Massachusetts House of Representatives, I have not encountered such a bleak
picture as the one currently before us. And, some economists predict that
this crisis could get worse before it gets better, and that it could very well last
for another few years. None of us want to hear this news but this is the news
now.
Individuals are hurting, families are struggling, companies are cutting
back and even shutting down, and communities everywhere are searching
for vanishing revenue. The fiscal situation for our state government is no
different. Clearly, we are in a hole that, in order to climb out of will require
creative solutions and also some very painful decisions. Nonetheless, under
the new leadership of Speaker DeLeo and with my colleagues, I am ready to
rise up and take this virtually uncharted challenge head on. And, I continue
to remain steadfast in my commitment for an ever better Commonwealth, and
toward enduring progress for my district of Revere, Chelsea and Saugus.
The state’s fiscal year begins on July 1st of this year and runs through
the final day of June, 2010. Due to the dramatic slowdown of our econo-
my—complete with a decline in capital gains revenue, corporate tax revenue
and combined with an inclining unemployment rate, to name a few of our
problems—Massachusetts could enter this coming fiscal year with a projected
budget gap of around $5 billion. Projected revenues continue to fall short
and expectations continue to decline. Just closing out our current fiscal cal-
endar is proving to be an extremely arduous task. There is no question, pain-
ful and searing cuts in nearly all facets of our state budget will be keenly and
closely examined. There will be no stone left unturned in the quest to close
out this year as well as pass a constitutionally mandated balanced budget in
the coming years.
Our communities are feeling the pinch—the number of foreclosures in
our district out number that of the majority of localities throughout the state.
State, as well as nationwide unemployment statistics are staggering and in
my own opinion, are on par to reach epic levels. Local economists recently
declared that our state’s unemployment figures could indeed reach and even
exceed that of the recession of the early 1990’s. Job losses have been huge
and widespread across almost all major industry sectors. Millions of people
are out of work and millions more are working for less money than they
used to. It only makes sense that the number of residents in need of assis-
tance—food stamps, transitional assistance, and during the cold months, heat-
ing assistance—have been on the rise. With no relief in sight, demand for
services should only continue to increase.
As our economy continues to shrink so does the Commonwealth’s rev-
enue flow. With less companies succeeding, there is less corporate excise
tax. With less people working, there is less income tax. With less people
spending, there is less sales tax. And there’s more—fewer people are travel-
ing to Massachusetts, staying in hotels, or eating in our restaurants. This too
spells out less income for the state. The revenue flow has indeed significantly
decreased.
Also, worthy of mention and significant to cities and towns throughout
Massachusetts is the fact that considerably fewer people are buying lottery
tickets here in Massachusetts. Lottery revenues directly fund local aid to
municipalities all over the state. When the state suffers, cities and towns suf-
fer. Local services, like state services stand to diminish in an effort to stave
off the ominous impact of a diminished revenue stream.
The very recently announced Federal Stimulus package for states speaks
volumes of our collective financial suffering. Even with additional monies
flowing from Washington, Massachusetts and each and every one of its com-
munities are struggling and struggling fiercely. In my district alone we just
read about the Governor’s proposal for federal dollars for education. Both
Revere and Chelsea would benefit from this proposal, while Saugus would
not. While the reasoning, on paper, may be just—under state law, all munici-
palities must meet a minimum funding threshold to ensure that all students
receive a “fair and adequate” education; and even with no state cuts to educa-
tion funding, many communities would still fall under this foundation level
because of the pitiable economic climate—therefore, 166 communities who
may not meet this threshold would be provided with these federal funds.
Federal money or no federal money—simply stated, there is no good news.
My goal as the State Representative from Revere, Chelsea and Saugus
during these decidedly trying times is to remain steadfast in my commitment
to our communities, and to continue my work to ensure that the residents of
our communities are amply and adequately protected, served and represented.
There is no question in my mind that there exists no easy or even pleasant
solution to the problems before us. Services may indeed diminish just when
we need them most.
But I truly believe that if we handle this economic crisis skillfully, carefully
and comprehensively, and if we all work together, our Commonwealth, our
communities and all of us together and individually will persevere.
A glimpse at our
fiscal picture
The mayor’s watch
The mayor remains a hostage in
captivity in his City Hall office.
He is all revved up, but with no
place to go … right now.
The expectation is that he will get
a key position at the MBTA or some
offshoot of it in the new transporta-
tion department configuration at the
state level.
In the meantime, if the mayor were
a ball game, he would be scored like
this: no hits, no runs, no errors.
Ward 4
It appears that Ward 4 Councillor
George Rotondo is, in fact, going to
be a candidate for councilor-at-large.
Rotondo feels that he has made
himself widely known throughout the
city – and he has – by taking some of
the toughest positions of any council-
or we’ve known in quite some time.
Rotondo hasn’t been afraid to get
his colleagues bent out of shape.
He’s been unafraid to say what he
wants, when he wants – and he has
paid a price for that among his col-
leagues and in other quarters of city
government.
However, his tough stands have
resonated with residents and with
many, many voters.
Voters are clamoring for change.
Rotondo has the potential to do
well.
And if you don’t believe he’s going
at-large, his automobile is already
wearing a Rotondo for Councillor-at-
Large sticker.
Ward 4, again
Ricky Freni is running for coun-
cilor in Ward 4.
The local real estate mortgage bro-
ker, husband and father of three chil-
dren is gathering a committee headed
by Steve Petrillo, and Freni’s wife,
Jodi, will serve as his treasurer.
Freni said he is running because
the ward needs a solid voice and a
councilor concerned mainly with its
problems.
“I want to turn the ward around and
make it the pride of the city again,”
the Madison Street resident told the
Journal.
“That’s why I’m running.”
Freni is well spoken. He’s 42 years
old.
He is an eager first-timer.
With Rotondo apparently out of
the way, he may hit the jackpot first
time out.
The at-large race
With Rotondo running at-large, the
at large race has taken another twist
and turn.
This will be an opportunity to see
just how greatly Rotondo has expand-
ed his political base by doing most
of the dirty work that his colleagues
would never touch.
The feeling here is that he has made
a good name for himself among vot-
ers who generally keep their mouths
shut and who don’t write letters to
the editor.
Call this the Revere silent major-
ity.
He isn’t going to challenge
Councillor-at-Large George Colella
for his almost always first place fin-
ish on the ballot, but he may give the
other top vote getters a run for their
money – which puts the pressure on
in the at-large race.
Rotondo’s at-large run makes can-
didate Richie Penta’s run even more
viable, because Rotondo’s getting
onto the at-large group knocks out
someone else.
Penta needs to knock out someone
as well.
It could get very interesting.
Correggio time sold out
Councillor-at-Large John
Correggio’s April 21st fundraiser to
be held at the Four Points Sheraton
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. is a sell-out.
Correggio said more than 230 tick-
ets have already been sold.
It should be quite a time.
Cosmo DiLiegro
For your back yard pool needs,
nearly everyone who is anyone in this
city gives Cosmo a call.
Quite frankly, Cosmo is the best
at what he does, and what he does is
the work that makes a great backyard
summer experience.
You can depend on Cosmo, and at
age 81, he’s in great shape to do it.
Council President Dan Rizzo entered a motion before the City Council
Monday night asking the council to do away with the one day pension benefit,
that is, serving one day into a new year as a city employee (and then retiring
immediately) and receiving a larger pension based on an extra year served.
The motion caused some heated discussion but wasn’t passed.
It was apparently held over for discussion next week.
By entering this motion, Rizzo set himself apart from most of his colleagues
by showing leadership that would befit a mayor – and Rizzo, of course, wants
to be the next mayor of Revere.
Ward 4 Councillor George Rotondo also showed leadership potential by
entering a motion that was also discussed Monday night and seeks not only to
do away with the one day pension benefit but also with the longevity stipend.
The longevity payments to those who have worked previously for the city
before serving in public office here were the subject of a front-page Boston
Globe piece two weeks ago.
In other words, some elected public officials are collecting pensions from
the city as well as city council salaries and an added bonus because of their
time served.
Rotondo, however, wasn’t present to debate his motion Monday night. He
was on vacation with his family.
This motion, too, is expected to be discussed at the next council meeting.
During a time when government excess is being debated from one end of
the state to the other, it might make sense for the mayor and the City Council
to review the city’s pension practices in order to eliminate unfair advantages
given to public officials.
The City Council must be the example by which the right way of doing busi-
ness in this city is measured.
It shouldn’t be the poster child for excess and abuse.
The sooner everyone in public office realizes that many eyes are now
focused on the Revere City Council’s pension practices, the sooner changes can
be made that satisfy taxpayers and people from the outside who are vilifying
this community.
HAPPY EASTER
The resurrection and the spring arrive together.
The rebirth of life all around explodes.
Families gather round the dinner table,
And hope is always renewed.
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 T HE REVERE J OURNAL Page 13
BEACON HILL ROLL CALL
10 years ago
April 14, 1999
Manuel Reyes, 21, pleaded guilty to a
charge of manslaughter in the 1996 shooting
death of Revere teenager Vannaroth Ouk and
was sentenced to 18-21 years in state prison.
“The Matrix,” “10 Things that I Hate About
You,” and “The Out of Towners” are playing
at the Revere Showcase Cinemas.
Justin Cohane smashed a grand slam in
the eighth inning to give the Revere High
School (RHS) baseball team an 11-8 win
over Andover in the season opener. B.J. Long
added a single, double, and triple for the Pats.
20 years ago
April 12, 1989
The new Central Fire Station radio room
was dedicated Sunday in memory of the late
Capt. Albert “Bucky” Colella.
The Mass. Board of Library Commissioners
has rejected the request by the Revere Public
Library for $4.4 million for an expansion
plan..
Anthony Padova is the new president of the
Patriot Senior Citizens.
The Senior Citizen Park Maintenance
Corps is entering its ninth year, with a force
of 44 senior citizens who work from April to
mid-October for four hours a day. The seniors
receive $5 an hour.
“Dangerous Liaisons,” “Working Girl,” and
“Cyborg” are playing at the Revere Showcase
Cinemas.
30 years ago
April 11, 1979
Mayor George V. Colella held suspension
hearings for a firefighter and two police offi-
cers this week. Colella said the firefighter was
fired for his conviction in a drug dealing case
and suspended the officers, one of whom was
found guilty of unauthorized use of a motor
vehicle theft and the other for not successfully
completing the required training at the police
academy.
City officials were told about a possible
buyer for the 41-acre Freedom Realty site on
American Legion Highway.
School Superintendent William J. Hill has
recommended to the School Committee that
RHS football coach Silvio Cella and his staff
not be rehired for the coming season.
Domenic J. Garofalo was sworn in as a
police captain this week.
Angelo Moschella was sworn in as a deputy
fire chief this week.
The Revere High Drama Club performed
“Kiss Me Kate” to capacity crowds this past
week.
40 years ago
April 10, 1969
Three members of the School Committee
said they will seek court action to restore the
$112,000 the City Council slashed from the
school budget last week.
The proposal to build a new high school is
before the City Council, which must decide
whether to hire an architect for the project and
finally turn 18 years of talk into action.
The State Senate has rejected a bill that
would mandate an increase in the minimum
salary for teachers from $5,750 to $7,500.
State Senator Mary Fonseca said it wouldn’t
be fair to add new burdens on cities and towns
when the state has a budget shortfall of its own
of $140 million.
Elizabeth Taylor and Mia Farrow star in
“Secret Ceremony” at the Revere Drive-in
Theater.
Local resident William Mokray of 157
Crescent Ave. was the recipient of the Walter
Brown Memorial Award for his contributions
to basketball by vote of the New England
college basketball coaches and sportswriters.
Mokray, known as the foremost authority on
the game of basketball in the world, worked
many years for the Boston Celtics and has been
enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame.
50 years ago
April 9, 1959
Superintendent of Schools Carl Lindstol
told the School Committee that class sizes in
some of the schools exceed the recommended
levels of 35 students per elementary grade
class and 30 for the junior high. The fifth
grade class at the Julia Ward Howe School
has 43 students, the largest of any classroom
in the city.
Revere Journal Publisher Sidney Curtis told
the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club at the
General Edwards Inn of the great amount of
time and labor that go into the production of
the Journal each week. Curtis said the Journal
employs 30 people with an annual payroll
of $150,000. Curtis said that politicians typi-
cally are the biggest headache for local papers
because “they are in general self-serving, often
claim to be misquoted when they find they
have said something that later does no good
for them when it appears in print, and always
are on the lookout for a personal publicity
advantage for themselves.”
More than 70 gridiron aspirants turned out
this week for the RHS football spring practices
under the direction of head coach John Furey.
The Rev. Charles P. Weber is a new curate
at Our Lady of Lourdes Church.
The Revere Jewish Community Center
(JCC) marked its sixth anniversary with a
gala banquet Sunday. More than 350 persons
attended the event, which saw Louis B. Fox,
a founder of the JCC, speak on the hardships
being endured by Jews still living behind the
Iron Curtain. Julius Keller and Dr. Morris I.
Sacks were honored for their contributions to
the community.
More than 150 friends and family members
attended a testimonial at the local Knights of
Columbus for retired Police Officer Robert
Barry, who served for 31 years with the local
department.
More than 400 persons thronged the Frolic
Ballroom on Revere Beach for a testimonial to
Mayor George V. Colella Monday. Gov. and
Mrs. Foster Furcolo attended the event, with
the governor praising Colella.
Gary Cooper and Maria Schell star in “The
Hanging Tree” at the Revere Drive-in. Susan
Hayward stars in “I Want to Live” at the
Revere Theatre.
Frederick Reinstein is the new Exalted
Ruler of the local Elks.
Samuel Samuels is the new commander
of the Prince Strauss Post 161, Jewish War
Veterans.
60 years ago
April 14, 1949
In the month since parking meters have
been installed along Broadway, local police
have issued 175 “no fix” parking tickets.
School Superintendent Carl Lindstol report-
ed to the School Committee that because
there is a deficiency in the salary account of
$28,542, the $200 pay raise that had been
promised to female teachers effective January
1 to make their salaries equal to the men hasn’t
been paid.
Special Easter services will be held in local
churches Sunday.
Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, and Ann
Sothern star in “A Letter to Three Wives” at
the Revere and Boulevard theaters.
The newly organized Revere Emblem Club
held its inaugural meeting April 6 and installed
its new officers. Mrs. David E. Hennessy is the
club’s president.
Noted comedian Frank Fontaine, who has
appeared on Ed Sullivan’s “Toast of the Town”
show on TV numerous times, will headline
the vaudeville show to be put on by the
Immaculate Conception parish at the Revere
Theatre April 25.
70 years ago
April 13, 1939
The Chamber of Commerce has announced
campaign entitled “Build Up Revere” to awak-
en civic pride in the city. More than 200
persons attended a peppy meeting to launch
the drive.
An East Boston man had been held on a
charge of manslaughter after running down
and killing a still unidentified man in front of
the MDC police station Wednesday night.
A daughter has been born at the Winthrop
Community Hospital to Mr. and Mr. Olaf
Person of 313 Winthrop Ave. The mother is
the former Mary Douglas of Revere.
City Council President and Mrs. Raymond
Carey are the proud parents of an eight-
pound boy born at the Winthrop Community
Hospital. Mrs. Carey is the former Mary
Hurley. The baby is their third son.
Shirley Temple stars in “The Little Princess”
at the Revere and Boulevard theaters.
THROUGH THE YEARS
B B K
bob@beaconhillrollcall.com
AUTO INSURANCE
APPEALS BOARD
House 158-0, approved a bill estab-
lishing a board that hears appeals from
drivers who are found more than 50
percent at-fault in accidents. Drivers
who successfully appeal their case do
not lose their safe driver points and
do not pay an insurance surcharge
that lasts for several years. The board
already exists under a state regulation
but the amendment would establish
the board under state law. Gov. Deval
Patrick’s Insurance Commissioner
Nonnie Burnes in January announced
plans to eliminate the board on April
1 and replace it with a system under
which the insurance companies them-
selves would hear appeals.
Following widespread criticism,
Burnes changed her mind and left the
board intact. Supporters said that the
existence of this important impartial
board should not left to the discretion
of the insurance commissioner. They
noted that an estimated 20,000 out of
the 50,000 annual appeals filed are
successful and save drivers up to $40
million annually in insurance premi-
ums and surcharges. They noted that
a $50 filing fee helps generate up to
$2.5 million in annual revenue for the
state. The Senate has already approved
the proposal. Only final approval in
each branch is needed prior to it going
to Gov. Patrick. (A “Yes” vote is for
establishing the board).
Rep. DeLeo: Yes
Rep. Reinstein: Yes
PENSION SYSTEM CHANGES
Senate 40-0, approved and sent to
the House a bill making changes in
the state’s pension system. Provisions
include prohibiting elected local offi-
cials from counting toward their pen-
sions any year in which they were paid
less than $5,000; eliminating a current
policy that allows elected officials to
claim a “termination allowance” that
increases their pensions if they are
not re-elected; raising from six to ten
the number of years that elected offi-
cials must serve before being vested in
the state’s pension system; prohibiting
housing, car and travel allowances
from being used to boost a pension;
eliminating a current policy that allows
elected officials to add an entire year of
“service” to their pension calculations
even if they only worked one day that
calendar year; eliminating a current
policy that allows MBTA workers to
retire and receive pensions after 23
years of service regardless of their
age and prohibiting the state pension
fund from giving bonuses to any of
its employees in a year that the fund
loses money. The measure also adds
seven specific issues to be studied by
the commission established last year
to look into the state’s entire pension
system.
Supporters said that these long
overdue reforms would begin to put a
stop to the abuses of people who have
been unfairly gaming the system. They
noted that the reforms will also help
restore people’s faith in government
and save million of dollars. (A “Yes”
vote is for the bill).
Sen. Galluccio: Yes
Sen. Petruccelli: Yes
CAP CURRENT PENSIONS AT
$96,000
Senate 11-27, rejected an amend-
ment capping an individual’s pension
benefit at four times the average state
pension. Amendment supporters, not-
ing that the average state pension is
currently $24,000, said that this would
cap all pensions at a very generous
$96,000. They argued that this cap
would finally rid the state of several
outrageously high pensions that are
an insult to thousands of taxpayers
who have lost their homes and jobs.
Some amendment opponents said that
they are open to the idea of a cap but
argued that they do not yet have suf-
ficient information to determine the
amount of a fair cap. They urged sena-
tors to allow a special commission to
research a cap and report back to the
Senate. Others said that a cap would
discourage talented and highly quali-
fied people from taking state jobs. (A
“Yes” vote is for the amendment cap-
ping an individual’s pension benefit at
$96,000. A “No” vote is against the
$96,000 cap).
Sen. Petruccelli: No
Sen. Galluccio: No
MUST WAIT UNTIL AGE 55
TO COLLECT
Senate 15-23, rejected an amend-
ment eliminating a current provision
that allows a fired state employee who
has worked more than 20 years to col-
lect his or her pension immediately
without having to wait until he or she
turns 55 - the regular age at which
state employees are eligible to collect
a pension.
Amendment supporters said that
1,110 people have taken advantage of
this expensive loophole in the last 17
years and that more than 1,000 of those
“coincidentally” were suddenly fired
just a few days after they reached the
magic 20-year mark. They argued that
this dishonest gaming of the system is
wrong, immoral and gives millions of
dollars more in early pensions to these
workers - many of whom get other
state jobs while still collecting early
pensions.
Amendment opponents said that the
Public Service Committee will soon be
holding hearings on similar proposals
and urged the Senate to wait for the
hearings that will provide more infor-
mation on this idea and other related
proposals. They noted that they do
not necessarily oppose the amendment
but want to look at it more carefully.
(A “Yes” vote is for the amendment
prohibiting a fired employee from col-
lecting a pension immediately. A “No”
vote is against the amendment and in
favor of allowing the employee to col-
lect the pension immediately).
Sen. Petruccelli: No
Sen. Galluccio: No
SWITCHING GROUPS TO IN-
CREASE PENSION
Senate 6-32, rejected an amend-
ment that would require the amount
of a state employee’s pension to be
pro-rated based on all the retirement
groups in which the employee was a
member during his or her entire ten-
ure. Current law bases the retirement
only on the employee’s current group.
Workers are placed into groups based
on the dangerousness of their job and
those in riskier jobs receive better
retirement benefits.
Amendment supporters said that
current law contains a giant loophole
that allows employers to switch an
employee into a new group that pro-
vides better benefits including a full
pension at age 55 even if the employee
has only been in the new group for
a short time. They noted a case in
which a lame duck sheriff in Plymouth
County moved some employees into a
new group just prior to leaving office.
Amendment opponents said that
the issue is not that simple and noted
that the amendment could have unin-
tended consequences by not allowing
a full pension at age 55 for employees
who were legitimately switched into
groups.
They urged senators to wait for a
report on this problem from a special
commission. (A “Yes” vote is for the
amendment requiring that the amount
of a state employee’s pension be pro-
rated based on all of his or her groups.
A “No” vote is against the amend-
ment).
Sen. Petruccelli: No
Sen. Galluccio: No
ALSO UP ON BEACON HILL
REGISTRY OF MOTOR
VEHICLES FEE HIKES ARE IN
EFFECT - Fee hikes for some services
at the Registry of Motor Vehicles took
effect on Friday. The list of fees that
are being hiked can be found at http://
www.mass.gov/rmv/fees/index.htm
COPS’ LANGUAGE (H 2284)
- The Public Safety and Homeland
Security Committee is considering
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YELLOW MAGENTA CYAN BLACK
Education in Community Action, a joint effort
between Massachusetts General Hospital, Revere
High School and Revere Public Schools invites you to
participate with your friends and family to
‘Walk to the Beat of Your Heart’

A 6 mile walk sponsored by the fitness and marketing
interns of RHS, in partnership with the American Heart Association
Saturday, April 18, 2009*
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Walk between 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Reinstein Bandstand on Revere Beach, across from MGH and
the Revere Beach T station
Donations to the American Heart Association are appreciated
For questions, email ddirienzo@revere.mec.edu
Or dcherry@revere.mec.edu
* Rain date – Sunday, April 19
Attention members of
Revere High School Class of 1954
Please join us and celebrate our 55th
Reunion!
Date: September 18-20, 2009 (Official Reunion and Dinner
September 19th - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Place: Wyndham Hotel, 123 Old River Road, Andover, MA
Classmates may attend just the official reunion and meal on Saturday, or
may come on Friday and stay through Sunday A.M. Most of the reunion
committee will be staying the weekend. Room rates are $99.00 plus tax,
and can be reserved by calling the hotel at 1-800-996-3426. Please mention
the Revere 55th Reunion Block in order to receive this room rate.
Reservation and information for the reunion and meal can be obtained
by calling either Dick Waugh at 781-284-0121 or Ed Terrell at 781- 284-
3785. Also, if you have any information on how to contact the following
classmates, please contact Dick or Ed at the numbers shown above.
We are looking for the following classmates:
Wilbur Annis June Kaye Israelson
Deborah Beeders William King
June Bronsdon Gallagher Elena Lacedra Kamorska
Dennis Brown Joseph Lasquade
Roland Castleman Marilyn LeBreaux Kunian
Edward Collins Warren MacDonald
Maureen Connell Kane Paul Madden
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Michael Davis Marie Maiorano Kelly
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Anthony DeMarco Maureen McGrath Conte
Marie DiMonte Patricia Meehan O’Malley
Cynthia DiSalvo Merle Miller Bean
Cynthia Dow Hudson Joseph Murphy
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of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mallett Sr.
Ms. Magliozzi is a 2002 graduate of Everett High School and a 2007 gradu-
ate of Bridgewater State College, where she earned her bachelor of education
degree. Ms. Magliozzi is currently employed as a second grade teacher at the
Sumner G. Whittier School in Everett. Mr. Mallett is a 2000 graduate of Revere
High School and is currently a longtime employee of the SOEP Company Inc.
He is also a member of the Professional Painters Union, District Council #35.
An April 17, 2010 wedding is being planned.
Leonard DiBartolomeo Jr. of Revere, son of Leonard and Martha DiBartolomeo Sr., is serving in Iraq for the U.S. Army
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SERVICE TO COUNTRY
If, for instance, Ambrosino leaves
between May 28 and June 30, this is
exactly what is supposed to happen
– and Henry told the Journal he would
call for the special election.
If after May 28 there is a vacancy,
the city charter suggests that the city
must wait until November 2009 to fill
that vacancy.
However, Henry said it is the city
clerk’s call, and he would call for the
special election in both instances.
He added the mayor is aware of the
timing issues. However, Henry was
careful to say that while the mayor
understood the issues, there would
very little he (the mayor) could do if he
is called upon to serve elsewhere.
“If the mayor has been offered a job
and has been told he needs to take it in
15 days, then he must abide by that, so
as much as he wants to exit smoothly,
it may not be up to him in the end,”
added the city clerk.
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When and if Mayor Thomas
Ambrosino announces he is leaving
and sends in his resignation, it is most
likely that a special election will be
called within 60 days to fill his vacan-
cy. In addition, whoever is elected
mayor in the special election will then
serve as acting mayor with limited
powers only, according to City Clerk
John Henry following a reading of the
city charter’s mandates on the matter.
Assuming Councillor-at-Large Dan
Rizzo runs unopposed in the special
election, he would take the acting may-
or’s position and would also maintain
his seat as City Council president,
although he would collect only the
mayor’s salary.
The acting mayor, according to
Henry, wouldn’t have the power to
make permanent appointments or to
fire them.
If others want to run in the special
election, there is no primary. They
simply gather signatures in order to get
their name on the ballot.
Henry said the city charter wording
on mayoral succession leaves room
for differences of opinion as to exactly
what should occur and when the mayor
leaves.
Provisions in the city charter for
filling vacancies provides that if a
vacancy should occur during the first
six months of the second year, the city
clerk calls a special election to fill the
remainder of the unexpired term.
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JOE PERSON PHOTO
Revere’s Dan Dawley is a member of the Malden Catholic varsity
lacrosse team, which competes in the competitive Catholic Conference.
CARY SHUMAN PHOTO
The Revere team of Christina Ba-
gnera (RHS), Christina Cavagnaro
(Simmons College), and Morgan
Jenkins (RHS) won the women’s
division of the Lynn Tech 3 on 3
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ning trio is pictured with tourna-
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basketball coach Marvin Avery
and his son, Marquese.
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RHS SOFTBALL
The Revere High (RHS) softball
team opened the 2009 season with a
7-2 victory over Waltham last week.
“It was a nice way to start the year,”
said veteran RHS head coach Joe
Nichinello, whose Patriots excelled
in all three aspects of the game with
timely hitting, solid defense, and fine
pitching.
Sara Selevitch picked up the “W”
with a strong six inning performance
on the rubber. Sara allowed just five
hits, though yielding seven walks.
Brianna Lauletta came on in the sev-
enth and put down the enemy in 1-2-3
order to preserve the win.
“Sara was just a bit off on her con-
trol,” noted Nichinello, “but otherwise
she pitched pretty well. She had thrown
a lot of pitches, especially for the first
game, so we brought in Brianna for the
last inning and she did a good job.”
After spotting Waltham an early
lead in the first inning, the Lady
Patriots stormed back with four runs
in the second frame to take control
of the contest. The Prince sisters (Kat
and Kelleigh) got the ball rolling for
Revere with a walk and a base hit.
Another base on balls to Jen Carrabino
loaded the bases.
A wild pitch brought Kat Prince
across the plate for the first Revere
run of the season and advanced the
other two Lady Patriot runners. Kristen
Gravallese then earned two RBI with
a base hit to make it 3-1. Gravallese,
who got to third on her hit, thanks
to some Waltham miscues, eventually
came across for the fourth run of the
inning.
The Lady Patriots pushed across
solo markers in the third, fourth, and
sixth innings to pad their cushion. A
base hit by Jessica Simpson, a sacrifice
bunt by Kat Prince, and an RBI base
hit by Christina Bagnera accounted for
the marker in the third frame.
In the fourth, Kelleigh Prince sin-
gled, stole second, moved to third on
a wild pitch, and then came home
on a groundout by Paige Licata. The
final Revere run was produced when
the speedy Carrabino singled, stole
second, and flew across the plate on a
hit by Licata.
The contest featured a strong defen-
sive effort by the Lady Pats, most
notably by Licata at second base. Paige
thwarted a potential Waltham rally
in the sixth inning when, with two
runners on, she moved to her left to
snare a hot grounder, tagged the runner
going to second, and then threw to first
for the double play.
“That was just a great play,” lauded
Nichinello. “Paige was playing closer
to second and up the middle because
they had a right handed batter, so she
had to go a long way to her left to get
the ball, and then she made a heads-up
move for the DP.”
Nichinello and his team have a
busy week, weather permitting, with a
home game today (Wednesday) against
Somerville and another home contest
tomorrow vs. Lynnfield. The girls then
will travel to Lynn Classical Friday for
their Northeastern Conference opener.
The Lady Pats will entertain Lynn
English next Wednesday and journey
to Beverly next Friday.
Pats topple Waltham, 7-2, in season opener
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Passover
Greetings
City Councillor
Charlie Patch
& Family
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Yours a
JOYFUL PASSOVER
Passover Greetings
City Councillor Ward 3
ARTHUR GUINASSO
& FAMILY
City Council
Ward 2
Ira
Novoselsky
George Colella
City Councilor
Passovers
Greetings
Ward 5 City
Councilor
John
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& Family
CAROL TYE
School Committee
Mayor
Tom Ambrosino
Councillor At Large
BOB HAAS &
FAMILY
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
MICHAEL FERRANTE
SCHOOL COMMITTEEMAN
& FAMILY
Happy Passover
City Council
President
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RIZZO
Happy
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24 Hindu princess
26 Scandinavian capital
28 Vague amount
30 Tan and Irving
31 Islamic republic
32 Baseball team
33 Small, Eurasian vipers
34 Christmas trio
35 Writer Hunter
37 Made tracks
38 Open somewhat
41 Byron of golf
42 Delight
43 D.C. bigwigs
48 Paid escort
50 Old World duck
51 Scavengers
53 Screen parts
54 Ferber and O’Brien
56 More rational
57 Thompson and Samms
ACROSS
1 Ricochet
6 Ruler segment
10 Short race
14 Dispatch boat
15 Irritated
16 Nevada town
17 Goldie Hawn movie promotion?
20 Sounds of hesitation
21 Gallant mount
22 Put on cloud nine
23 Multi-speaker system
25 Unstructured
27 Site of Mont Blanc
29 Overtax
33 So be it!
36 Pope’s fanon
39 Medical pic
40 TomHanks movie promotion?
44 Org. of Love and Couples
45 Actress Verdugo
46 Slave of the past
47 Unmarried
49 Invitation abbr.
52 Val d’__, France
55 Untidy states
59 Pamplona pal
62 Curiouser and curiouser
64 “Bel __”
65 Gregory Peck movie promotion?
68 Cash drawer
69 College bigwig
70 Paradigm
71 Plus
72 ADC
73 Scandinavian
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2 Keep fromhappening
3 Wash cycle
4 Full of: suff.
5 Bit of food
6 Isolated land
7 Inventor of dynamite
8 Doctrine
9 Coop resident
10 Merchant
11 Soprano Gluck
12 Sketch
13 Sharpen
18 Perched on the peak
58 Crab
59 __ Sanctorum
60 Work long and hard
61 Ailments
63 Fender-bender result
66 Writer LeShan
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The Independent Newspaper Group’s entertainment editor is Sheila Barth.
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Boston fun for adults, too
There’s no misbehavin’ in Big League Productions Inc.’s musical produc-
tion of “Ain’t Misbehavin,’” the 30th anniversary national tour of the Tony
Award-winning musical, starring 2003 American Idol champion Ruben Stud-
dard, the “Velvet Teddy Bear,” and fellow alums Frenchie Davis (star of
“Rent,”) and Trenyce Cobbins, Friday, April 10, at 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 11,
at 2,8 p.m., and Sunday, April 12, at 3 p.m. the Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia
Road, Boston, presented by the Citi Performing Arts Center and the City of
Boston. Tickets, $28-$58. Call 866-348-9738 or visit www.citicenter.org.
At the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St., Boston, Publick Theatre
presents Charlotte Jones’ award-winning comedy, “Humble Boy,” in this New
England premiere directed by Diego Arciniegas, April 9-May 2, Thursdays,
Fridays, 8 p.m.; Saturdays, 3,8 p.m.; Sundays, 3 p.m. Tickets, $20. Call 617-
933-8600 or visit www.bostontheatrescene.com.
In Cambridge, Catalyst Collaborative at MIT, (MIT and Underground Rail-
way Theater) present Bertolt Brecht’s “The Life of Galileo,” April 10-May 17,
starring Richard McElvain, at Central Square Theater, 450 Mass. Ave., Cam-
bridge. Performances are Wednesday, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Friday, Saturday, 8
p.m., Sunday, 3 p.m. Tickets, $32; seniors, $22; students, $18; other discounts,
symposia series. Call 866-811-4111, visit www.centralsquaretheatre.org or the
Box Office.
Boston fun for kids
Besides the Big Apple Circus delighting children under the Big Top at
City Hall Plaza, Charlotte and Thomas are chugging into Boston, too. The
Wheelock Family Theatre at 200 The Riverway brings Elwyn Brooks White’s
charming children’s tale, “Charlotte’s Web,” with Charlotte, Wilbur, rascal
rodent Templeton and Fern, in this tale of how friendship can work miracles,
April 10-May 10, Friday, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday, 3 p.m., with matinees
during school vacation week, April 21-24, at 1 p.m. and April 22,23 at 10 a.m.
also. Tickets online, $15/$10; regular price, $25/$20. Call 617-879-2300 or
visit tickets@wheelock.edu, www.theatermania.com or www.artsboston.org.
At the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, Tremont Street, Boston,
children can sing along, see high energy dancing and exciting adventures with
“Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage: A Circus Comes to Town,” Saturday,
April 11, at 11 a.m., 2 and 5 p.m. as the engines on the Island of Sodor work
together to prepare for the circus and Thomas proves he really is a helpful en-
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It was obvious last week that ac-
tor-writer Chazz Palminteri had the
packed audience at the Colonial
Theatre in the palm of his hand,
from the minute he walked on stage,
in his 100-minute, one-act, one-man
comedic, touching memoir play,
“A Bronx Tale”. Maybe Palminteri
grew up in the Bronx in the 1960s,
in a predominantly Italian neighbor-
hood, but many of us in the audience
identified with his neighborhood, be
it in Boston’s North End, Revere,
Portland, Chicago, Providence, or
anywhere else. As Palminteri re-
membered the colorful, motley
group that hung out on the corner of
Belmont Avenue and E. 187th St.,
or sat on his stoop, observing and
sidewalk supervising friends and
neighbors, so did we.
Even as Palminteri described
some of his buddies, my neighbor-
hood had its counterparts:his cross-
eyed pal was Mikey GaGa, but my
neighborhood bully was Pellegrino
“PeeWee; his super-fat buddy guy,
JoJo the Whale, was 5 feet 6 inches,
400 pounds, while we had Johnny;
another with severe acne, whom we
called Pizza Face, he referred to as
Frankie Coffee Cake. His patient,
hardworking father, Lorenzo, was
like most of the fathers in my neigh-
borhood, unlike the guys looking
for trouble and a fast buck; and his
mother Rosina was attentive, kind-
ly, and always had her friends over
to play cards or chat, like the first
generation Italian mothers of my
childhood. However, the grand-
mothers clad in black from
head to foot - silent, omni-
scient sidewalk superinten-
dents - made the best pizza
ever for our neighborhood
festival of St. Rocco ba-
zaars.
We didn’t have
young Palmin-
teri’s mentor
and powerful
slick neighbor-
hood leader,
Sonny, who
wore super
pointy Ital-
ian shoes, but
we did have
several bookie
joints and card-
playing “estab-
lishments” hidden
behind storefronts.
Palminteri also had
a few more char-
acters we’re glad
we didn’t: Harry
Achaaaa, who hurled lungers out the
window; crusty Phil the Peddler,
who peddled fruits and vegetables
in the neighborhood, with his horse
and produce cart; crazy Mario, and
Rudy Ice, frustrated singer who
glided smoothly around Sonny’s
club, Chez Joey, singing out orders.
Obviously many in the audience
identified with Palminteri’s me-
nagerie, because they clapped and
hooted loudly after each anecdote
and philosophic gem.
He also had a special group in
his neighborhood, though, much
like many in Revere – who
hung out in the alley,
singing together. His
group named them-
selves after their be-
loved Belmont Avenue
street corner – Dion and
the Belmonts.
Palmintieri breez-
ily took us back to 1960,
when JFK was president,
the Space Age was emerg-
ing, and sadly for him, the
Pittsburgh Pirates stole
the World Series from
Mickey Mantle and
the Yankees.
He also wit-
nessed a mur-
der in front
of his stoop,
over a park-
ing space,
but didn’t
finger Sonny
as the shooter
after a preced-
ing terrifying at-
tack with a baseball bat. That one
incident, in which little Calogero
(“Chazz’s real name) honored the
neighborhood rule and didn’t rat
on Sonny but hesitantly confessed
to the priest (who also didn’t rat),
created a strong bond between the
boy and Sonny, (whom Sonny nick-
named “C”) for the rest of Sonny’s
life, and who ultimately saved “C’s”
life. In Palminteri’s monologue, he
goes from a 9-year-old, wide-eyed,
Mickey Mantle idolizing kid to a
strutting teenager, smitten with his
first crush, while learning important
lifetime philosophy from Sonny and
his dad. However, there’s a strong
conflict between Sonny and Chazz’s
dad. The working man’s a sucker,
says Sonny. Not so, says Dad, who
refuses to be bought or used by Son-
ny. While the two men are on the
opposite spectrum of honor, they
share a silent, mutual respect.
Sonny also teaches “C” an im-
portant lesson: “It’s always a friend
that does the deed,” he intones, and
as Sonny lies in his coffin, 17-year-
old “C’s” goodbye speech is en-
dearing.
“A Bronx Tale” won several
awards for Palminteri’s TV, movie
and stage performances, and is even
more successful in this theater cir-
cuit with his appearance as 18 char-
acters, that appeared March 31-April
5 at the Colonial Theatre in Boston.
Four-time Tony Award winner
Jerry Zaks directed the production,
which boasted great lighting by Paul
Gallo; set design, James Noone; im-
pressive sound design and original
music selections by John Gromada,
along with popular tunes of that era.
Palminteri admitted in an inter-
view that 70 percent of “A Bronx
Tale,” is true, but he embellished
it to make it more entertaining.
He originally performed the play
in 1989 in Los Angeles, appeared
in the New York original, and the
2007-08 Broadway revival, and
said he loves doing it. “It’s about
the choices you make when you’re
still young that will shape your life
forever,” he said, adding he wanted
parents and kids to see it.
NORTH
It’s a picnic!
They’re having a picnic at Stoneham Theatre through April 19, but it’s not
with a basket and blanket, in William Inge’s 1953 Pulitzer Prize winning clas-
sic American drama, “Picnic,” which appeared initially on Broadway starring
Paul Newman and in the movies in 1955, with William Holden and Kim No-
vak, winning several awards. Delilah Kistler plays Madge, a young woman liv-
ing in a small town in Kansas, and Aidan Kane, of “All My Children” and “As
the World Turns,” portrays high school football star-drifter Hal Carter, who
on a Labor Day picnic, shakes the town and Madge’s world, disrupting their
quiet lifestyle. Caitlin Lowan directs this version at 395 Main St., Stoneham,
also featuring Boston favorite Leigh Barrett, appearing Thursday, 7:30 p.m.;
Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 4,8 p.m., and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets, adults, $40;
seniors, $35; students, $20. Call 781-279-2200 or visit stonehamtheatre.org.
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There are two poignant things about
the world premiere of “The Wrestling
Patient,” appearing through April 11
at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion,
Boston Center for the Arts, in the
South End of Boston: first, when an
audience sits for two hours 40 min-
utes watching three acts of a stirring
drama, and the silence in the theater
is as thick as fog, something’s afoot.
After the final curtain, the audience,
obviously moved and not wanting to
rise out of their seats, filed out silent-
ly –onto the street and into the nearby
garage, without uttering a syllable.
That’s when you know “The Wres-
tling Patient” produces a profound ef-
fect on audiences, but you also won-
der – did everyone realize the story is
true - that author Kirk Lynn and his
collaborators, Anne Gottlieb, who
portrays Holocaust victim Etty Hill-
seum, and director Katie Pearl, stuck
closely to Hillesum’s diaries, journals
Three-act, two-hour-40-minute play, writ-
ten by Kirk Lynn in collaboration with
Katie Pearl and Anne Gottlieb, starring
Gottlieb and directed by Pearl, in its
world premiere through April 11 at
the Nancy and Edward Roberts Studio
Theatre, Stanford Calderwood Pavilion
at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527
Tremont St., Boston, as a co-production
of FortyMagnolias Production, Boston
Playwrights Theatre and Speakeasy Stage
Co. Performances are Wednesday, Thursday,
7:30 p.m.; Friday, Saturday, 8 p.m. with
Saturday matinee at 4 p.m.; Sunday at 3
p.m.; also, Tuesday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets, $14-$44. For more information or
tickets, visit www.BostonTheatreScene.com
or call 617-933-8600.
and words to tell her story? It seems
implausible that somebody – other
than 13-year-old Anne Frank – could
be so giving, kind, caring, and unac-
cusatory during such unspeakable
horrific crimes against humanity.
“The Wrestling Patient” chronicles
Hillesum’s journey into psychology
and spirituality as Nazism overpow-
ers her native Amsterdam, damning
her, her family, and fellow Jews.
The other plus is FortyMagnolias
Production, Boston Theater Play-
wrights and Speakeasy Stage Co.
chose the perfect time to premiere
the play, given that it coincides with
Hillesum’s initial entries in her jour-
nals and diaries in 1941-1943, and
Passover, the eight-day holiday com-
memorating Biblical Jewry’s escape
from slavery and evil oppressor Pha-
raoh - a startling parallel to Hitler’s
grand plan for annihilating Jews dur-
ing World War II.
The play doesn’t dote on evil,
though. It focuses on Hillesum’s
family in Amsterdam, who were as-
similated and accomplished in the
Netherlands and knew, without a
doubt, that their Christian neigh-
bors, friends and colleagues would
never turn them over to the Nazis,
so they didn’t run, move or hide – an
egregious mistake. The family was
cultured, accomplished, with father
Louis a teacher of classical languag-
es; son Jaap, a medical school gradu-
ate who works in a hospital; youngest
son Mischa, a renowned pianist; and
daughter, Etty, who graduated from
law school, dabbled in the spiritual
and psychological fields, was an as-
piring writer, and was inspired by her
mentor/older lover, Dr. Julius Spier;
and Etty’s mother, Riva, who with
her family, fled from persecution of
the Cossacks in her native Russia,
and was a caring volunteer in Am-
sterdam. Although family members
suffered from depression and schizo-
phrenia, their deaths in Auschwitz in
1942-43 is a sad note and great loss
to society because of their collective
brilliance.
While “The Wrestling Patient”
is a tad long and perhaps could be
trimmed somewhat, it possesses po-
etic beauty – a story of romantic and
familial love; of a talented bickering
family haunted by depression and
schizophrenia facing unspeakable
evil and banding together, finding
strength in saving each other and
several others. Even when Etty and
Mischa are given the opportunity to
save themselves – at least for awhile
– they nobly choose to perish with
their family and fellow Jews, march-
ing into the boxcars singing.
The play sticks closely to his-
tory, and even though scenes with a
contrived character, Wrecking Ball,
appear allegorical - like a Shake-
spearean stream of consciousness or
narrator - they add another dimension
that works here.
It took years to get Etty Hillesum’s
works and life story published, but
internationally, there are several
foundations and schools honoring her
memory, including the Etty Hillesum
Foundation, the Etty Hillesum Cen-
ter, the Etty Hillesum Research Cen-
tre (EHOC) at Ghent University in
Belgium, and several schools bearing
her name.
Besides Richard Wadsworth
Chambers’ stark set, with steps,
railings, train boxcar, etc., Frank-
lin Meissner Jr.’s moody lighting,
Charles Schoonmaker’s period cos-
tumes and Ben Emerson’s effective
lighting, and realisatic sound effects,
the cast is outstanding. Gottlieb rec-
reates Etty’s charm, intelligence,
and inner pathos, especially during
loving, playful scenes with her older
mentor, psychochirologist (palm
reader) Julius Spier, nicely portrayed
by veteran actor Will Lyman. Daniel
Berger-Jones as brother Jaap, Tom
Gottlieb as brother Mischa; Marya
Lowry as Riva, Elise Manning as ter-
rified young Jewish prisoner Renata,
and Joel Colodner as father Louis
Hillesum are moving, and veteran
actor Will McGarrahan as Wrecking
Ball, Etty’s evil prognosticator, is
outstanding.
Frank W. Ferola Jr. of Revere died
on April 1 after a courageous battle
with cancer.
A US Air Force vet-
eran of the Korean War,
he was employed for
over 34 years at Boston
Sand and Gravel and
was a member of local
379.
He was the beloved husband of
Linton (Wellman) Ferola, with whom
he shared 12 years of marriage; lov-
ing father of David Ferola and his
wife, Kerri, of Mashpee, Michael
Ferola of Manomet and his stepson,
Rick Darrow, of Florida; dear brother
of Connie Mahoney of Somerville,
Dianne Ferola of Everett and Fred
Ferola of Natick; cherished grandfa-
ther of Cameron and Nickolas Ferola;
and the fond uncle of Samantha
and Matthew Sodetz and Jared and
Andrew Wellman.
Funeral arrangements were by
Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral Home,
Revere. Burial was at the VA National
Cemetery, Bourne. For his guest book,
visit www.vazzafunerals.com.
Cosmo “Sam” Uglietta of Revere,
Malden and Somerville died on April
1.
A US Army veteran
of the Korean War, he
was the son of the late
Salvatore and Annina
Uglietta of Somerville;
brother of Rosalie
and Sal Uglietta of Medford, Mary
Carbone of Tewksbury and the late
Pat B. Uglietta. He is also survived by
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were by the
Cota -Struzziero-McKenna Funeral
Home, Somerville. Burial was in St.
Michael’s Cemetery, Boston.
Adam J. Visconti of Chelsea, for-
merly of Boston’s North End, died on
April 2. He was 86 years old.
A US Army veteran
of World War II, he was
a Retired Superintendent
of Transportation for the
Dept. of Defense hav-
ing served six years in
Quantanamo Bay, Cuba. His credible
federal service spanned a career of 38
years, retiring in 1979.
He was the beloved husband of
Lorraine P. (Nuzzo) Visconti; devoted
father of Diane A. Bonfiglio and her
husband, Albert, of Stoneham, John
Adam Visconti of Chelsea, Cynthia
M. Chadbourne and her husband, Dan,
of Lynnfield, Stephanie E. French
of Revere and the late Lorraine M.
Fothergill; father-in-law of the late
Richard Fothergill; dear brother of
Jennie Durante of Quincy, Samuel
Visconti of Winthrop, Alfred Visconti
of Chelsea and the late Michael,
Antonetta, and Carmela Visconti. He
is also lovingly survived by eight
grandchildren: Kara, Amy, Julie,
Albert III, Robert, Allison, Adam,
and Harrison.
Funeral arrangements were by
the William R. Carafa & Son Home
For Funerals, Chelsea. Burial was in
Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.
William Gillis Of Salem, formerly
of Revere, died on April 5. He was 86
years old.
He was the beloved husband of
Nancy (Solomon) Jackson; dear son
of the late George and Fannie (Gillis)
Jackson; devoted father of Andrea
(Jackson) Stockard and her husband,
Paul, of Peabody, Meredith (Jackson)
Sudalter of Brookline and her hus-
band, Mark, and Robin (Jackson)
Cohen of California and her husband,
Mark; cherished grandfather of Jason,
Gillian, Hayley, Taylor, Jeremy and
Ashley. He was the loving brother of
the late Ruth (Jackson) Spofford and
Bernice (Jackson) Kriensky; uncle of
Peter Spofford, Melinda Kuziel and
Lisa Rosoff.
Funeral arrangements were by
Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial
Chapel, Salem. Burial was in Sharon
Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers,
expressions of sympathy may be made
to Hospice of the North Shore, 75
Sylvan Street, Suite B-102, Danvers,
MA 01923 or to North Shore Elder
Service, 152 Sylvan Street, Danvers,
MA 01923.
Susan Marie Simpson of Dracut,
formerly of Revere, died unexpect-
edly at Beth Israel Hospital on April
3. She was 42 years old.
A former Registry of Motor Vehicles
employee, she was the loving mother
of Schae Simpson; beloved wife of
Daniel Russell; devoted daughter
of Ralph and Elizabeth (McCabe)
both of Revere; dear sister of Karen
Simpson and Shannon Simpson, both
of Revere, and Christine Hitchcock
of New Hampshire; cherished grand-
daughter of Marjorie McCabe of
Charlestown and she is also survived
by eight loving nieces and nephews.
Her funeral will be held from
the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno
Funeral Home, 128 Revere St., Revere,
on Thursday, April 9, at 9 a.m., fol-
lowed by a Funeral Blessing in the
Immaculate Conception Church at 10
a.m. Relatives and friends are kind-
ly invited. Visiting hours are today,
Wednesday, from 4 to 8 p.m. Burial
will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. For
her guest book or flowers, please visit
www.buonfiglio.com.
Deborah Bateman, 51
Former activities director at Life Care of Stoneham
Deborah A. Bateman of Chelsea died on
April 3 at the Kaplan Family Hospice of
Danvers, following a long and courageous
battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 51
years old.
Born and raised in Somerville, she was a
graduate of Somerville High School, Class
of 1975 and later graduated from Bunker
Hill Teachers College. Early in her career,
she taught at the pre-school level. She
returned to school to receive her associate’s
degree as a certified nurse’s associate and
worked for the Somerville VNA before
she became the director of the Activities Department at the Life Care
Center of Stoneham. She worked until May 2008 when her health began
to decline.
She was a member and the director of the Mass. Association of Certified
Nursing Associates and the Association of Health Care Providers.
She possessed an intrinsic spirit of dedication, teaching and mentoring
to her entire family and to the many patients she served throughout her
career at the Somerville VNA and the Life Care Center. A generous soul
was hers to a fault...of neglecting her own needs or desires. Her unusual
and extraordinary acts of heroism in dealing with the effects of pancreatic
cancer are legendary.
The cherished mother of Albert F. Renna Jr. and his fiancée, Nicole, and
Robert J. Renna, all of Chelsea, she was the caring companion and best
friend of Richard E. Burns of Chelsea and his children Richard, Michael
and Gina Burns of Peabody; dear sister of Robert Bateman Jr., Lawrence
J. Bateman and his wife, Cheryl, all of Medford, and Maureen Teehan of
Stoneham; adored grandmother of Daniel, Christopher and Joshua. She is
also lovingly survived by her grandmother, Victoria Morgan, of Norton;
her uncles, Robert Morgan and his wife, Marilyn, of Nevada, Richard
Morgan and his wife, Mickey, of California; her very special aunt, Virginia
LoBuono, and her children of Lowell. She was the “Auntie” of Jeannette,
Lauren, Christina and Lawrence Bateman Jr.; cherished daughter of the
late Lorraine (Morgan) Bateman-Privatera and the late Robert Bateman
Sr. She is also survived by several other aunts, uncles and cousins and
many colleagues, close friends and associates within the healthcare pro-
fession.
Family and friends are invited to attend her funeral from the Vertuccio
Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway, Revere, Thursday, April 9, at 9 a.m.,
followed at 10 a.m. by the funeral service in the Calvary Christian Temple,
47 Grove St., Lynnfield. Visiting hours will be today, Wednesday, from
3 to 8 p.m. in the funeral home. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery,
Medford.
Her immense will to leave a tangible gift to society has prompted
her family to ask, that in lieu of flowers, remembrances be made to the
Deborah A. Bateman Memorial Fund, c/o TD Banknorth, 478 Broadway,
Chelsea, MA 02150.
Michael P. Repoli of Revere, for-
merly East Boston, died on April 5.
A US Navy veteran
of World War II, he was
the beloved husband of
Lorraine (D’Ortona)
Repoli, with whom
he shared 51 years
of marriage; loving father of Linda
Belmonte and her husband, Robert,
and Michael Repoli and his wife,
Linda, all of Saugus; dear brother of
Carmela Dionizio of East Boston and
the late Sylvia Caliri, Theresa Gay
and Rose Mertz; cherished grandfa-
ther of Nicholas and Sophia Belmonte
and Nicholas, Jaclyn and Jeremy
Nahabedian.
His funeral will be held from
Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral
Home, 262 Beach St., Revere, today,
Wednesday, at 10 a.m., followed by a
Mass of Christian Burial in St Mary
of the Assumption Church, Revere, at
11 a.m. Burial will be in Woodlawn
Cemetery. For directions and guest
book, visit www.vazzafunerals.com.
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OBITUARIES
VERTUCCIO
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Ralph P. Vertuccio Jr.
773 Broadway
Revere, MA 02151
Phone (781) 284-7756
Michael Repoli
Of Revere, formerly of East Boston
128 REVERE ST., REVERE, MA
781-284-3376
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315 Elm St., Everett (Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery)
(617) 387-5058
James M. “Jimmy” Dorfman of
Revere died on March 31.
He was the beloved son of the
late Ruth (Lieberman) and Paul J.
Dorfman; best friend and brother of
Robert J. Dorfman of Revere; cher-
ished “father” of Andre Junior of
Revere and is also survived by his
adored and adoring pet, Tallulah.
Services were held at the Levine
Chapels, Brookline. Burial followed
in the B’nai Israel of Beachmont
Cemetery, Everett.
Remembrances may be made to
Temple Hillel B’nai Torah, 120 Corey
Street, West Roxbury, MA 02132.
James Dorfman
Revere resident
Anna R. (Pauline) Tiernan, a for-
mer longtime Revere resident, died
at the home of her granddaughter,
Elizabeth K. Tiernan in Hudson, New
Hampshire, on April 1. She was 92
years old.
Mrs. Tiernan was a 70-year resi-
dent of Revere, formerly living on
Butler Street, until her health began
to decline. She moved to the home
of her granddaughter, Elizabeth, in
2003.
She was an accountant for
Riverside Trucking, a member of the
Humane Society of Mass and the
Angell Memorial Animal League of
Boston. She was known for her care
and kindness to animals, feeding them
and often caring for their wounds and
sheltering them in her large back yard
that served as both a beautiful garden
space and animal shelter.
She was especially talented in
making Care Bears for all occasions
and often made them for church fairs,
raffles, her family and close friends.
Mrs. Tiernan was the wife of the
late Edward D. Tiernan, who died
in April 1990; mother of Edward D.
Tiernan Jr. and his wife, Katherine
A. Tiernan, of Londonderry, NH and
is also survived by a grandson, John
V. Tiernan, and his wife, Erin, of Oak
Bluffs, and a sister, Virginia Fish, of
Chapel Hill, NC. She was the aunt
of Douglas Fisk of Chapel Hill, NC
and William Fisk Jr. of Japan. Here in
Revere, Mrs. Tiernan will be lovingly
remembered by the many neighbors
and friends she befriended over the
years.
Family and friends are invited to
attend a Pro-Burial Funeral Mass on
Monday, April 13, at 10:30 a.m. in
the Immaculate Conception Church.
Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery,
Everett. In lieu of flowers, remem-
brances may be made to MSPCA-
ANGELL, 30 So. Huntington
Avenue, Boston, MA 02130-9923.
Arrangements were completed by
the Vertuccio Home for Funerals of
Revere.
Anna Tiernan, 92
Accountant and animal lover
Adam Visconti, 86
Department of Defense Transportation Superintendent
Susan Marie Simpson, 42
Former RMV employee
William Gillis Jackson, 86
Of Salem, formerly of Revere
Frank Ferola Jr.
Worked for Boston Sand and Gravel
Cosmo Uglietta
Of Revere
Lawrence J. Perullo, former Revere
native, died unexpectedly at home in
Orlando, Florida on March 20. He
was 62 years old.
Mr. Perullo lived in Florida for the
past 15 years and previously spent
more than 22 years in Woburn. He
was employed by several Florida liv-
ery services.
He was the beloved son of his cher-
ished mother, Constance F. “Connie”
(Fabiano) Perullo of Revere and the
late Edward L. Perullo; dear brother
of Margaret L. Ohliger and her hus-
band, John, of Derry, NH, Pamela
A. Perullo of Revere and the late
Edward L. Perullo Jr.; loving father
of Lawrence J. Perullo Jr. and Melissa
Perullo, both of New Hampshire and
Jarel Perullo of Marion. He is also
lovingly survived by his granddaugh-
ter, Tia Marie Perullo, several aunts,
uncles and cousins.
Funeral arrangements were by the
Vertuccio Home for Funerals, Revere.
Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery,
Malden. Remembrances may be made
to one’s favorite charity.
Lawrence Perullo, 62
Of Florida, formerly of Revere
Margaret P. “Peggy” (Gill)
Matarazzo of Burlington died on April
6.
She was the beloved wife of Robert
S.; loving mother of Edward of Palm
Springs, Calif., Robert of Salem, NH,
Marybeth Harrington of Burlington,
Michael of Revere, and Daniel of
Billerica; sister of the late Donald
McConnell, Dorothy Maleski, Edward
“Buddy” Gill and Sister Michael
Edward “Auntie Sister;” grandmother
of Brenna, Amanda, Daniel, Danny and
Luke Matarazzo, Kaitlyn and Jillian
Harrington, and the late Alexandra
Matarazzo; and the great-grandmother
of Joseph.
Her funeral will be held from the
Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home,
43 Winn St., Burlington, (Exit 34
off Route 128, Woburn side) today,
Wednesday, April 8, at 9 a.m., fol-
lowed by a Mass of Christian Burial in
St. Margaret’s Church at 10 a.m. Burial
will be in Pine Haven Cemetery.
Memorials in her name may be
made to St. Margaret’s Building Fund,
111 Winn St., Burlington, MA 01803.
For directions, obituary, and online
guest book, see www.sullivanfuneral-
home.net or www.saintmargaretsch-
urch.net.
Margaret Matarazzo
Burlington resident
In Loving Memory
FRANCES "FRAN"
BARLETTA
9th Year Anniversary
4/13/2000 - 4/13/09
She's always watching over me
I feel her presence near
She's always here to listen
And guide me through my fears
She's a very special Angel
One God chose for just me
She was once my mom here on earth
But that was not for long to be
God called her home one morning
My fear and rage did see
If he were a loving God
Why take my mom from me?
But in time I saw the plan
He unveiled for me to see
He had taken my mom away
But gave her back to me
There was only one thing different
About this wondrous thing
She traded her faded house-dress
For a halo and snow white wings!
Love and miss you
Husband Phil, Daughter Trisha
Son-In-Law Robert, Grandchildren
Gennara & Nicholas
In Memory of
Joseph & Rose
Colannino
3rd Anniversary
April 10, 2006 - Dad
April 24, 2006 - Ma
We remember the days that
you loved us and if tears could
build a stairway and memories
build a lane, we’d walk right
up to Heaven, and bring you
home again.
We love and miss you everyday!
Your Children,
Roy, Roseann & Susan
In Memoriam
April 16, 2008 ~ April 16, 2009
1st Year Anniversary
CARMELLA
SEMENZA
Her loving face we hope to see again
though the days have passed away.
Sleep on, dear one, and take
your rest.
They miss you most
who loved you best.
Lovingly remembered and sadly
missed by
Children, Grandchildren
& Great-grandchildren
A Birthday Remembrance
April 5, 2009
DOMENIC J.
COGLIANDRO
4/5/51 - 6/24/02
~ Happy Birthday ~
Still Missed & Very
Much Loved
By
The Whole Family
Lucille R. (Hentges) Abramson of
Revere, formerly of Medford, died on
March 30, after a courageous battle
with cancer. She was 82 years old.
She was the beloved mother of
Sherri Abramson and Melissa J.
Prentiss and the cherished grandmoth-
er of Arrianna Prentiss and Brandon
Prentiss.
Burial was at Sharon Memorial
Park, with arrangements by Goldman
Funeral Chapel, Malden. In lieu of
flowers, expressions of sympathy
may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute 10 Brookline Place West,
Sixth Floor Brookline, MA 02445,
att’n: Contribution Services, or to
Mystic Valley Elder Services, 300
Commercial St., Malden, MA 02148.
Lucille Abramson, 82
Revere resident
John E. “Jack” Penney Jr., Everett
Fire Department retiree, of Revere,
formerly of Everett,
died on April 2 at the
Massachusetts General
Hospital in Boston after
an eight-month battle
with cancer.
A US Navy veteran
of the Korean Conflict, he was born
in Everett and lived there until 17
years ago.
He was the devoted husband of
the late Jeanne L. (Zemla); beloved
father of Lynne Davison of Falmouth,
John Penney of Lisbon, Maine,
Steven Penney of East Boston, David
Penney of Revere and the late Karen
Penney-Ibanez; dear brother of Jean
Barbati of Medford, Robert Penney
of Stoneham, William Penney of
Everett, Patricia Ryan of Groveland
and the late Barbara Gear. He is also
lovingly survived by eight grandchil-
dren, one great-grandchild and many
nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were by
the Carroll Funeral Home, Malden.
Burial was in Puritan Lawn Memorial
Park, West Peabody. Expressions
of sympathy in his name may be
made to the MGH Cancer Center,
Massachusetts General Hospital, 165
Cambridge Street, Suite 600, Boston,
MA 02114.
To send a message of condolence
to Mr. Penney’s family, visit www.
carrollfh.com.
John W. Doherty, a retired Revere
firefighter, formerly of Revere,
Medford and Malden, died on March
30 in the Barron Nursing
Care Center of Portland,
Maine, following a long
battle with Alzheimer’s
disease. He was 87
years old.
Mr. Doherty was born in
Springfield, lived in the Oak Island
section of Revere and was a 1940
graduate of Revere High School. He
joined the US Army in December
1942 and served until June 1946. He
moved to Medford in 1955, where
he remained until 2000 when he and
his dear wife moved to Steep Falls,
Maine with their only child, Deborah
Doherty-Scannell and her husband,
Thomas J. Scannell.
Pvt. Doherty served on the Revere
Fire Department for 36 years, retiring
in 1982. He was a founding mem-
ber and a member of the Princeman
Chorus of Melrose, past commander
of the Melrose VFW Post and a mem-
ber of the Malden Moose.
He was the beloved husband of
57 years to Louise M. (Pagluica);
devoted father of Deborah Doherty-
Scannell and her husband, Thomas
J. Scannell, of Steep Falls,; cherished
grandfather of T.J. Scannell and John
W. Doherty-Scannell, both of Steep
Falls, and Meghan B. Doherty of New
York City, NY; brother of the late
Lyndon E. and Leo Doherty and Rita
Allen. He is also lovingly survived by
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were
entrusted to the Vertuccio Home for
Funerals, Revere. Burial in Mass.
National Cemetery, Bourne, will be
held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, remembranc-
es may be made to the Alzheimer’s
Foundation, 170 US Route 1, Suite
250, Falmouth, ME 04105.
Charles “Ted” Wilcon of Peabody,
formerly of Beverly and Revere, died
peacefully at home on March 31, after
a long illness. He was 90 years old.
Born and raised in Revere, he was
a graduate of Revere High School
and attended Northeastern University.
A retired design engineer for General
Electric Co., he retired in 1981 but
continued to work as a private consul-
tant. He was a resident of Beverly for
39 years before moving to Peabody
10 years ago.
He was the devoted husband of
Martha (Lewis) Wilcon, beloved
father of Lois Wilcon of Peabody and
Marsha Wilcon of New York City.
Funeral arrangements were entrust-
ed to the Goldman Funeral Chapel,
Malden.
In lieu of flowers, expressions of
sympathy in his memory may be
made to VNA Care and Hospice,
5 Federal Street #2, Danvers MA
01923, or visit www.vnanetwork.org.
Gregory M. Hamilton Sr., a 38-
year resident of Chelsea and an East
Boston native, died unexpectedly
at Aventura Hospital
in Miami, Florida, on
March 24. He was taken
ill while on vacation in
Jamaica and then air
raced to Miami, where
he died. He was 59 years old.
A native of East Boston, he was
a graduate of Savio High School,
Class of 1968, Boston State Teachers
College, Class of 1972. and attended
Mass College of Pharmacy. He served
his apprenticeship in pharmacology
at Samuel’s Pharmacy in Winthrop
and then changed careers, becoming
a member of the Teamsters Union,
Local 25, working as a yardsman in
several of the local oil fields.
He served with the US Army dur-
ing the Vietnam War and saw intense
fighting action. He was a member
of the American Legion Post 61 of
Revere.
He leaves his fiancée, Elizabeth
Caron of Chelsea. He was the father
of Gregory M. Hamilton Jr. and
his wife, Andora, of Cary, NC; two
grandsons, Austin V. and Dylan T.
Hamilton, also of Cary; brother of
Vincent Hamilton of San Francisco,
Calif., Gerald Hamilton and his wife,
Marie, of East Boston, Vivienne M.
Andrews and her husband, Wayne,
of Rehoboth, Frederick Hamilton
of Haverhill, Gordon Hamilton and
his wife, Yvette, of Merrimac, Susan
Semetelli and her husband, Richard
and Linda Antonucci and her hus-
band, Alex Moore, all of Canton. He
is also survived by many nieces and
nephews.
Arrangements were entrusted to the
Vertuccio Home for Funerals, Revere.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances may
be made to the New England Shelter
for Homeless Veterans, 17 Court St.,
Boston, MA 02108.
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 T HE REVERE J OURNAL Page 19
OBITUARIES
Ida J. Martinoli, a longtime Revere
resident, died following a long illness
at the Columbine Manor Care Center
in Salida, Colorado, on February 9.
She was 96 years old.
Mrs. Martinoli moved to Salida
with her daughter, Anita C. Scanga,
and her husband, Samuel, in January
2008.
Born in Middleton, Conn., Mrs.
Martinoli moved to Revere in 1937.
From 1939 until 1966, she and her
husband, Albert “Rusty” Martinoli,
who later preceded her in death, owned
and operated The Owl Cleansers of
Broadway, Revere.
Mrs. Martinoli was a devotee of the
First Baptist Church of Revere, a char-
ter member of the Revere Women’s
Club, a member of the Revere Seniors
and the Order of the Eastern Star.
In addition to her daughter Anita
and son-in-law, Samuel, she also
leaves a son, John J. Martinoli, and
his wife, Irene K., of Wakefield. She
was the cherished grandmother of
Rebecca C. Montoya and her hus-
band, Robert, of Elizabeth, Colo. and
Joanna Cristopolous and her hus-
band, Stephen, of Newton, Attorney
Lisa M. Hatfield and her husband,
Dana, of Centennial, Colo., Dr. John
A. Scanga and his wife, Chauna, of
Ault, Colo. and Maria E. Martinoli
of Wakefield. She is also survived
by six great-grandchildren and a sis-
ter-in-law, C. Eileen Camillieri of
Chelsea and many nieces and neph-
ews. She was the sister of the late
Frank Camillieri, Lucille DiMasse
and Angela Marchese.
Family and friends are invited to
visit with the family on Saturday, April
18, at 10 a.m. in the Vertuccio Home
for Funerals, 773 Broadway, Revere,
followed by a memorial graveside
service at Woodlawn Cemetery in
Everett.
In lieu of flowers, remembranc-
es may be made to the Columbine
Manor Care Center, 500 West Center
St., Salida, CO 81201.
Ida Martinoli, 96
Owned Owl Cleansers of Revere
Thomas A. Hamilton of Revere
died on April 3. He was 72 years old.
A former professor of earth sci-
ences at the University of Wisconsin,
he was a clerk for the US Postal
Service and a member of the US
Postal Workers Union N.P.W.U.
Born in Boston, he was the
beloved husband of Caroline “Carrie”
(Acquaviva) of Revere; loving father
of Vernon West Jr. of Peabody, Dana
West of New Hampshire and the
late Paul West; dear brother of Frank
Hamilton of Roslindale and cherished
grandfather of seven.
His funeral will be held from
the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno
Funeral Home, 128 Revere St.,
Revere, on Thursday, April 9, at l0
a.m. A service will be held in the
funeral home at 11 a.m. Relatives and
friends are kindly invited. Visiting
hours are today, Wehis dnesday, from
4 to 8 p.m. Burial will be in Puritan
Lawn Memorial Park. For guestbook,
visit: www.Buonfiglio.com.
Thomas Hamilton, 72
Professor
Mary A. Carlino of Revere died on
April 4.
A homemaker, born in Somerville,
she had a big heart and despite person-
al difficulties, she always embraced
other people and tried to help them.
She touched many lives and will be
truly missed by all who know her.
She was the beloved daugh-
ter of Carol (Morelli) Beagen of
Melrose and Frank V. Carlino Sr. of
Wilmington; loving mother of Keren
Wheeler and Megan Small, both of
Maine, and Shane and Alexis Carlino,
both of Revere; dear sister of Debra
Anemoduris of East Boston, John
Carlino of Malden, Michael Carlino
of Melrose, Jessica, Sarah, April and
Tricia Carlino, all of Wilmington, and
the late Frank V. Carlino. She was the
former wife of John Carroll and is
also survived by many loving nieces
and nephews.
Her funeral will be held from
the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno
Funeral Home, 28 Revere St., Revere
today, Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m.
A graveside service will be held at
Woodlawn Cemetery at 11:30 a.m.
Relatives and friends are kindly invit-
ed to attend. For her guest book,
please visit www.Buonfiglio.com.
Mary Carlino, 45
Homemaker
Norma (Adelson) Gibbs Of
Marblehead died April 2.
She grew up on Campbell Avenue
in Revere and graduated from Revere
High School. She was the beloved
matriarch of the Adelson family.
Shopping was her hobby and she loved
to take care of her grandchildren, have
lunch with her nieces and nephews
and her friends. She spent her life tak-
ing care of others and always made
sure that everyone around her had
what they needed.
As a young adult, she owned a
pizza parlor on Revere Beach and
later worked for many years at Office
Specialists which was a temporary
employment agency and where she
rose to become vice president. She
was an active member of the Lions
Club in Lynn and regularly donated
items to the HAWC shelter in Lynn.
We will all miss her warm smile,
loving heart and compassionate soul.
She leaves her husband, Bert,
of Marblehead, her daughter, Terry
Cominsky, and her husband, Martin,
of Houston, Texas; her daughter Dawn
Colsia, of Newton; her grandchil-
dren, Michael Brown and his wife,
Amanda, of Carrboro, NC, Rayna and
Aaron Golub of Newton, Sarah and
Rachel Cominsky of Houston, Texas;
her brother, Sidney Adelson, and
her sister-in-law, Gladys Adelson, of
Swampscott; her sister-in-law, Esther
Adelson; her brothers-in-law, Irving
Gahm and George Kurs; and many
beloved nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were by
Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial
Chapel, Salem. In lieu of flowers,
expressions of sympathy may be
made to Perkins School for the Blind,
175 No. Beacon St., Watertown, MA
02472.
Norma Gibbs
Vice president of Offce Specialists
Dennis L. Perkins, a lifelong resi-
dent of Revere, died unexpectedly at
the Boston Medical Center on March
30. He was 57 years old.
He was a 1970 graduate of Revere
High School who continued his edu-
cation at auto mechanic schools. His
love of cars brought him to a career
working with autos and, at one time,
he owned his own garage until his
health became an issue for him to
continue operating his own business.
He was the beloved son of the late
Alice M (Camuso) Perkins and Lee
Perkins and is lovingly survived by his
cousin two aunts, Philomena DiSisto
of Agawam, and Mary Thompson
of Revere. He is also lovingly sur-
vived by his cousin, Daniel DiSisto
of Agawam, several other cousins
and the family of Peter C. and Mary
“Dolly” Martino of Revere.
Funeral arrangements were by the
Vertuccio Home for Funerals, Revere.
Private burial was at Holy Cross
Cemetery, Malden. Remembrances
may be made to one’s favorite char-
ity.
Dennis Perkins, 57
Auto mechanic
Gregory M. Hamilton, 59
Member of the Teamsters Local 25
In Loving Memory
1995 April 12 2009
14th Year Anniversary
VINCENZO
PREZIOSO
We all love you
and we all miss you very
much!
Love,
Your Whole Family
Buono Pasqua!
In Memoriam
1993 April 6 2009
~ 16th Anniversary ~
JOHNSWEENEY
Gone is the face we loved so dear,
Silent is the voice we loved to hear,
Too far away for sight or speech,
But not too far for thought to reach.
Sweet to remember him once here,
Who, though absent, is just as dear.
His charming ways and smiling face
Are a pleasure to recall.
He had a kindly word for each
And died beloved of all.
Lovingly Remembered,
Rita, Children, Grandchildren
& Great-Grandchild
In Loving Memory of
JOSEPH A. BOTTARO
April 6, 2008 ~ April 6, 2009
1ST YEAR ANNIVERSARY
AFTER GLOW
I’d like the memory of me
to be a happy one,
I’d like to leave an afterglow
of smiles when life is done.
I’d like to leave an echo
whispering softly down the ways,
Of happy times and laughing times
and bright and sunny days.
I’d like the tears of those who grieve,
to dry before the sun
Of happy memories that I leave
When life is done.
Lovingly remembered &
Sadly missed by
Your Loving Wife Carol
Charles Wilcon, 90
Consultant, design engineer
John Doherty, 87
Revere Firefighter
Marie L. (Arsenault) Shuman of
Revere, formerly of Chelsea, died on
March 30. She was 91 years old.
A former parishioner of Our Lady
of The Assumption Church, Chelsea,
she was a member of the Chelsea
Seniors.
Wife of the late Maurice M. White
and the late Maurice M. Shuman,
she was the devoted mother of
Margaret F. Kavanaugh and her hus-
band, Timothy, of Malden, Elaine M.
Leach and her husband, George, of
Huntsville, Ala., Bernice A. “Bunny”
Shuman and her husband, James, of
Tewksbury, Marie L. White and her
companion, James Lawless, of Lynn
and the late Maureen W. Leach; dear
sister of Michael Arsenault and his
late wife, Ann, of Chelsea, Donald
Arsenault and his wife, Jean, of West
Peabody, Eleanor Hartigan and her
late husband, Michael, of Saugus,
Marilyn DiFlumieri and her husband,
Carl, of Stoneham, John Arsenault
and his wife, Joan, of Leesburg, Fla.,
and the late James and Earl Arsenault,
Thelma Hurd and Theresa Harris. She
is also lovingly survived by 12 grand-
children, 13 great-grandchildren and
many nieces and nephews.
Services and burial have been held
with arrangements completed by
the Vertuccio Home for Funerals of
Revere. Remembrances may be made
to The Patients Activities Fund at
Lighthouse Nursing Care Center, 204
Proctor Ave., Revere, MA 02151.
Marie Shuman, 91
Of Revere, formerly of Chelsea
John Penney Jr.
Worked for the Everett Fire Dept.
Rose (Buccilli) DiCroci of Revere,
formerly of Boston’s North End, died
on April 3 at the Light House Nursing
Care Center. She was 94 years old.
A former member of the Daughters
of Italy Boston’s North End and a for-
mer employee of Jordan Marsh, she
was born in Boston and lived in the
North End most of her life. She was
the daughter of the late Lorenzo and
Maria (Gelsomino) Buccilli; beloved
mother of Robert DiCroci and his
fiancée, Linda Faretra, of Revere; dear
sister of the late Anna Ciampa and
Ralph Buccilli; and the loving aunt of
Ralph Buccilli, Phillip Buccilli, Jane
Stickney and Marie DiTorto.
Her funeral will be held from
the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno
Funeral Home, 128 Revere St.,
Revere, today, Wednesday, April 8,
at 9 a.m., followed by a Funeral
Mass in St. Anthony’s Church at 10
a.m. Burial will be in Holy Cross
Cemetery. Relatives and friends are
kindly invited.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the Alzheimer’s Association,
311 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA
02472.
Rose DiCroci, 94
Worked for Jordan Marsh
Josephine R. (Alba) Cirino of
Everett died on April 3.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Joseph Cirino; loving mother of
Patricia Cirino, Paul Cirino and Donna
Gardynski and her husband, William,
all of Everett, Domenic Cirino and
his wife Lucille of Malden and John
Cirino of Revere; dear sister of Mary
Bagarella, Antoinette Broderick, Anna
Alba, Agnes Zappitelli, Jacqueline
Dineen, all of Everett, and the late
Mamie Finocchio and Catherine
Piotrowski; cherished grandmother of
Christopher, Michael, Lauren, Elysia
and Joseph Cirino, Andrea and Jenifer
Gardynski; and great-grandmother of
William Campbell.
Funeral arrangements were by
Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral Home,
Revere. Burial was in Woodlawn
Cemetery, Everett.
In lieu of flowers, remembranc-
es may be made to the American
Heart Association, 20 Speen St.,
Framingham, MA 01701. For her
guest book, visit www.vazzafunerals.
com.
Josephine Cirino
Everett resident
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Bone marrow drive April 26 at First Congregational
The First Congregational Church of Revere located at 230 Beach Street
in Revere will host a bone marrow drive in honor of Lloyd Hickman on
Sunday, April 26, from 1 to 3 p.m. Lloyd is the brother -in -law of Christine
Bernstein from Balloon City in East Boston.
Lloyd was diagnosed with Polycythemia Ruba Vera, a rare blood disease,
in June 2004. Over the past three years, he has been treated with low doses
of chemotherapy. Most recently, treatment has included low doses of radia-
tion on the spleen to treat complications of PV. Currently, Lloyd’s disease
has progressed to PV with stage 1 Myelofibrosis. He lives daily with fatigue
and pain. The only cure for PV is a bone marrow transplant. His life expec-
tancy without a transplant is three to five years.
Please be a hero register for the drive. Perhaps you can be a “miracle
match” to an individual in need. “Life, it’s in YOU”!
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF
THE TRIAL COURT
Case No. 08 MISC
388661
To: Francisca
Salvador;
And to all persons entitled
to the benefit of the Service-
members Civil Relief Act:
Taylor, Bean & Whitaker
Mortgage Corp. claiming to
be the holder of mortgage
covering real property
in Revere, numbered 76
Prospect Avenue given by
Francisca Salvador to Mort-
gage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated March
2, 2006, and registered with
the Suffolk County Registry
District of the Land Court
as Document No. 716771,
noted on Certificate of Title
No. 123144 has filed with
said court a complaint for
authority to foreclose said
mortgage in the manner
following: by entry and
possession and exercise of
power of sale.
If you are entitled to the
benefits of the Servicemem-
bers Civil Relief Act and you
object to such foreclosure
you or your attorney should
file a written appearance
and answer in said court at
Boston on or before May 18,
2009, or you may be forever
barred from claiming that
such foreclosure is invalid
under said act.
Witness, Karyn F. Scheier,
Chief Justice of said Court on
March 31, 2009.
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
4/8
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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 Christopher P. Flahive and
Kathy Flahive to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated June 27,
2005 and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds at Book 37469, Page
323, of which mortgage
Chase Home Finance LLC
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 1:00 p.m.
on May 1, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 278 Lincoln Street, Unit
278, 276-278 Lincoln Street
Condominium, Revere, Suf-
folk County, Massachusetts,
all and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
Condominium Unit 278 in
the Condominium known
as 276-278 Lincoln Street
Condominium situated at
276-278 Lincoln Street,
Revere, Massachusetts cre-
ated by Master Deed dated
August 1, 1988 recorded with
Suffolk Registry of Deeds
Book 15361, page 61.
The unit is more particu-
larly described in the Master
Deed, and in such site and
floor plans as have been
recorded or filed therewith:
in the first Unit Deed thereof
and on copies of portions
of such site and floor plans
filed with Suffolk Registry
of Deeds Book 15361, Page
113, the unit is conveyed
together with an undi-
vided 50% interest in the
Organization of Unit owners,
know as 276-278 Lincoln
Street Condominium created
by instrument dated August
1, 1988 and recorded with
Suffolk Registry of Deeds
Book 15361, Page 73.
The premises are conveyed
subject to and together
with the benefit of 1) the
provisions of Chapter 183A
of the Massachusetts General
Laws, 2) the provisions and
matters set forth and/or re-
ferred to in the Master Deed
hereinbefore referred to, 3)
provisions of the instrument
creating the Unit Owners Or-
ganization and the By-Laws
thereunder, hereinbefore
referred to, and 4) the provi-
sions set forth and referred
to in the Unit Deed recorded
with Suffolk Registry of Deed
Book 15361, Page 107.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 24359, Page 334.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
4/8, 4/15, 4/22
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200810-1028 - RED
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 Anthony Bernabel
to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc. as
Nominee for CitiMortgage,
Inc., dated September 21,
2007 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 42509,
Page 315 of which mortgage
CitiMortgage, Inc. is the pres-
ent holder, for breach of the
conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will
be sold at Public Auction at
12:00 PM on April 22, 2009,
on the mortgaged premises
located at 217 Broadsound
Avenue, Revere, MA 02151,
all and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
Being with the premises
currently numbered 217
Broadsound Avenue, Revere
Massachusetts and being
shown as Lot 11 on a plan
entitles : Plan of Land Re-
vere, Massachusetts October
1954, Whitman 7 Howard,
Civil Engineers” recorded
with the Suffolk Deeds at the
end of Book 7020 bounded
as follows: Northerly: by
lot 10 on said plan 95 feet;
Easterly: by broadsound
Avenue, 65 feet more or less;
Southerly: by land formerly
of Michael Rpughhan, 80
feet; Westerly: by lot 7 on
said plan, 50 feet, more
or less. Said premises are
subject to restrictions of
record, so far as now in
force and applicable and to
a drainage easement as set
forthin easement recorded
with said Deeds, Book7143
Page 140. For mortgagor’s
title see deed recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 42509,
Page 314.
These premises will be sold
and conveyed subject to and
with the benefit of all rights,
rights of way, restrictions,
easements, right of ways,
covenants, liens or claims in
the nature of liens, improve-
ments, public assessments,
any and all unpaid taxes,
tax titles, tax liens, water
and sewer liens and any
other municipal assessments
or liens or existing encum-
brances 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 TEN
THOUSAND ($10,000.00)
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 ABLITT LAW OFFICES,
P.C., 304 Cambridge Road,
Woburn, MA 01801, other
terms and conditions will
be provided at the place of
sale. 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.
Present holder of said
mortgage,
CitiMortgage, Inc.,
By its Attorneys,
ABLITT LAW OFFICES, P.C.,
304 Cambridge Road, Wo-
burn, Massachusetts 01801,
Telephone
(781) 246-8995,
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Dated: 03/16/2009
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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 Martin Acosta to Mort-
gage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated Septem-
ber 29, 2006 and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at Book
40491, Page 282, of which
mortgage Wells Fargo Bank,
N.A. 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 4:00 p.m. on April
23, 2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 15
Bradstreet Avenue, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in said Revere,
together with the buildings
thereon and being a portion
of Lot No.6 in Block ‘D’, as
shown on a plan of Section
‘E’ Sea Shore Division of
Orient Heights, Revere and
belonging to the Boston Land
Company, recorded with
Suffolk Deeds at the end of
Book 1284, and bounded
and described as follows:
EASTERLY by Bradstreet
Avenue, as shown on said
plan, Forty-five {45) feet;
SOUTHERLY by Lot No. 5,
as shown on said Block and
plan, Forty-Eight (48) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY by Lot
No.4, as shown on said plan,
Thirty-Seven and 61/100
(37.61) feet;
WESTERLY by Lot No.2, as
shown on said Block and
plan, Thirty-Seven and
61/100 (37.61) feet;
NORTHERLY by the remain-
ing portion of said Lot No.6,
as shown on said plan,
Fifty-Four (54) feet.
Containing Thirty-Two
Hundred Thirteen (3213)
square feet of land, more
or less and all according to
said plan
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 40491, Page 280.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Oladeni O. Oyaronbi
to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc.,
dated March 31, 2006 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
at Book 39338, Page 213,
of which mortgage U.S.
Bank National Association,
as Trustee to J.P. Morgan
Mortgage Acquisition Trust
2006-WMC3 Asset Backed
Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2006-WMC3 is the
present holder, for breach of
the conditions of said mort-
gage and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will
be sold at Public Auction
at 12:00 p.m. on April 29,
2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 76 Gage
Avenue , Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, all
and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land with the buildings
thereon, in Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, being
shown as Lot 425 on the
plan, by Whitman & Howard,
Civil Engineers, dated June
13, 1910, and recorded in
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds, Book 3509, Page
591, bounded and described
as follows:
NORTHEASTERLY: by Gage
Avenue, forty-five and
04/100 (45.04) feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY: by Lot 426,
ninety0five and 62/100
(95.62) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY: by Lot
408, forty-five and 02/100
(45.02) feet; and
NORTHWESTERLY: by Lot
424, ninety-six and 16/100
(96.16) feet.
Containing 4310 square feet
more or less according to
said plan.
For title see Deed recorded
at Book 38373, Page 333.
A deed from Paul L.
Buonfiglio, III and John L.
Cammarata to Oladeni 0.
Oyaronbi to be recorded.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 39338, Page 198.
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 Fifteen
Thousand ($15,000.00 )
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, New-
ton, Massachusetts 02458,
or by mail to P.O. Box
610389, Newton Highlands,
Massachusetts 02461-0389,
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.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE TO J.P. MORGAN
MORTGAGE ACQUISITION
TRUST 2006-WMC3 ASSET
BACKED PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-WMC3
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Medardo Gutierrez to
Lancaster Mortgage Bank-
ers, LLC, d/b/a Lancaster
Mortgage, dated October 7,
2005 and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds at Book 38229, Page
250, of which mortgage
IndyMac Federal Bank FSB
successor in interest to Indy-
Mac Bank FSB is the present
holder, for breach of the
conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of fore-
closing, the same will be sold
at Public Auction at 11:00
a.m. on May 4, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 59 Centennial Avenue,
Revere, Suffolk County, Mas-
sachusetts, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in said Revere, with
the buildings and improve-
ments thereon, numbered 59
Centennial Ave., and being
a portion of Lots numbered
108 and 109 in Section
2, Block G, on a plan by
Whitman & Breck, Surveyors,
recorded with Suffolk Deeds
at the end of Book 1465,
and bounded and described
as follows:
EASTERLY By Lot 143 and
part of Lot 142 on said
plan, sixty-nine and 64/100
(69.94) feet;
SOUTHERLY By part of Lot
109 on said plan; thirty-four
and 62/100 (34.62) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY By part
of said Lot 109, five and
42/100 (5.42) feet;
WESTERLY By the part of said
Lot 108 conveyed by Laura
W. Huntley, to Charles and
Elia E. Small, sixty-three and
54/100 (63.54) feet; and
NORTHERLY By Centennial
Avenue, forty (40) feet;
Containing 2,572.66 square
feet more or less. Subject to
restrictions of record.
For mortgagor’s title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 38229, Page 248.
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 Ten Thousand
($ 10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK
FSB SUCCESSOR IN
INTEREST TO INDYMAC
BANK FSB
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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
and Security Agreement
(“Mortgage”) given by
George Fiore to Stephen K.
Glickman, Trustee of Ellerton
Realty Trust, dated October
5, 2007, and registered with
the Suffolk County Registry
District of the Land Court as
Document No. 743644, and
noted on Certificate of Title
No. 124411, of which mort-
gage the undersigned is the
present holder, for breach of
the conditions of said mort-
gage and for the purpose
of foreclosing the same will
be sold at Public Auction at
10:00 a.m., on May 8, 2009,
at the mortgaged premises,
59 Ellerton Street, Revere,
Massachusetts, all and singu-
lar, the premises described
in said mortgage, to wit:
That certain parcel of land
situated in Revere in the
County of Suffolk and Com-
monwealth of Massachusetts,
bounded and described as
follows:
SOUTHEASTERLY by Ellerton
Street, forty (40) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY by land
now or formerly of Mary S.
Knowles, eighty (80) feet;
NORTHWESTERLY by land
now or formerly of Elinor
Young, forty (40) feet; and
NORTHEASTERLY by land now
or formerly of Florence C.
Dickerson, Trustee,
eighty (80) feet.
All of said boundaries are
determined by the Court to
be located as shown on a
plan drawn by Calichman &
Gallagher, Engineers dated
September 22, 1959, as
modified and approved by
the Court, filed in the Land
Registration Office as plan
No. 27059-A, a copy of a
portion of which is filed
with Certificate of Title No.
62232.
For Mortgagor’s title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
Registry District of the Land
Court as Document No.
735221, and Certificate of
Title No. 124411.
The premises will be sold
and conveyed subject to (i)
all unpaid taxes, tax liens,
municipal assessments and
liens, (ii) security deposits
and/or prepaid rents, and
(iii) any and all easements,
agreements, restrictions,
covenants, options, rights of
way, variances, takings and
other encumbrances and
matters of record created
prior to such mortgage, if
any, insofar as now in force
and applicable.
The premises shall also be
sold subject to all leases
and tenancies having prior-
ity over said mortgage, to
tenancies or occupancy rights
of parties in possession
now or at the time of said
auction, to rights or claims in
personal property installed
by tenants or former tenants
now located on the premises,
and to laws and ordinances
including, but limited to, all
building and zoning laws
and ordinances.
TERMS OF SALE
A deposit of Seven Thousand
Five Hundred Dollars
($7,500.00) by certified
check or bank cashier’s
check shall be paid by the
purchaser at the time and
place of sale. The balance
shall be paid by certified
check or bank cashier’s
check or by Federal bank
wire transfer within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale, at the Law Office of
Jonathan Gold, 873 Beacon
Street, Suite 12, Boston, MA
02215. The deposit is non-
refundable.
At the time and place of the
auction sale, the successful
bidder shall be required
to sign a Memorandum of
Sale that includes the terms
contained herein and any
additional terms set forth in
the Memorandum of Sale or
announced at the auction.
The deposit shall be retained
by the Mortgagee as liqui-
dated damages or for the ap-
plication to actual damages,
at the sole election of the
Mortgagee, if such successful
bidder fails or refuses to sign
the Memorandum of Sale or
if the successful bidder does
not comply strictly with the
terms of the Memorandum
of Sale.
The Mortgagee reserves the
right to postpone the sale
to a later date by public
proclamation at the time and
date appointed for the sale
and to further postpone at
any adjourned sale date by
public proclamation at the
time and date appointed for
the adjourned sale date.
As an additional condition
and term of the sale, in the
event the successful bidder
fails or refuses to sign the
Memorandum of Sale or
if, after signing, fails to
complete the purchase in
accordance with the terms
and conditions of said fore-
closure sale, the Mortgagee
reserves the right, at its sole
election, to sell the premises
by foreclosure deed to the
other qualified bidders, in
descending order beginning
with the next highest bidder,
provided that in each case
the next highest bidder shall
deposit with the Mortgagee’s
attorney the amount of
the required deposit as set
forth herein within three (3)
business days after written
notice of default of the
previous highest bidder and
promptly executes a Memo-
randum of Sale providing for
performance within thirty
(30) days of execution. In
addition, in the event of
default by the successful bid-
der and/or the subsequent
bidders, Mortgagee reserves
the right, at its sole election,
to assume the bid of any de-
faulting bidder and proceed
with the purchase of the
property in accordance with
the Memorandum of Sale.
A foreclosure deed will be
provided to the 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
a typographical error in this
publication.
Other terms, if any, to be
announced at the time and
place of the sale.
Stephen K. Glickman, Trustee
of Ellerton Realty Trust,
present holder of
said mortgage,
By its attorneys,
Law Office of
Jonathan Gold
873 Beacon Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
(617) 375-0006
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given
by G/J Towing Inc of 22
Whitin Ave Ext Revere, MA,
pursuant to the provisions of
G.L c. 255, Section 39A, that
they will sell the following
vehicles on or after April
10, 2009 by private sale to
satisfy their garage keepers’
lien for towing, storage, and
notices of sale:
1. 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlas
VIN# 1G3GK4790GP393875,
owner Charles Deptula of
Salem, MA
2. 1996 Suzuki Vitara VIN#
2S3TD52V4X6107059, owner
Bonnie Curtin of Centerville,
MA
3. 2004 Madza 6 VIN#
1YVFP80C145N10407, owner
Joseph Tappan of Revere,
MA
4. 1997 Dodge Neon VIN#
3B3ES47C9VT511189, owner
Kristine Gobeo of Revere,
MA
5. 1998 Volkswagon
Beetle VIN# 3VWB-
B61C0WM031203, owner
Tony Valles of Lynn, MA
6. 1998 Nissan Quest VIN#
4N2ZN1116WD816389,
owner Jennifer Palladino of
Revere, MA
7. 2001 Nissan Pathfinder
VIN# JN8DR07Y51W504419,
owner Francisco Ospina of
Revere, MA
Signed,
Philip Brown
G/J Towing Inc
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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 Mary J. Lockyer and Mat-
thew H. Lockyer to IndyMac
Bank, F.S.B., dated April 30,
2004 and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry Dis-
trict of the Land Court filed
as Document No. 680612 as
noted on Certificate of Title
No. 120726 of which mort-
gage IndyMac Federal Bank,
FSB, as Successor In Interest
to the FDIC as Receiver of
IndyMac Bank, FSB is the
present holder, for breach of
the conditions of said mort-
gage and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will be
sold at Public Auction at 9:00
AM on April 29, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 82 Harris Street, Revere,
MA 02151, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage, TO WIT:
All that certain parcel of land
situate in Revere, the County
of Suffolk, Commonwealth
of Massachusetts, bounded
and described as follows:
Southeasterly by Harris
Street, 41 feet; Southwest-
erly by land now or formerly
of Samuel A. Segue, 93.20
feet; Northwesterly by Lot
A-1 as shown on a plan
hereinafter mentioned, 57.11
feet; and Northeasterly by
Butler Street, 92.60 feet.
Said land is shown as Lot A-2
on a subdivision plan drawn
by C. B. Humphrey, Engineer
for Court, dated 3/28/1928,
as approved by the Court,
filed in the Land Registration
Office as Plan No. 7162-B a
copy of a portion of which is
filed with Certificate of title
No. 23666. For mortgagors’
title see deed recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
District of the Land Court
filed as Documents No.
680611 as noted on Certifi-
cate of Title No. 120726.
These premises will be sold
and conveyed subject to and
with the benefit of all rights,
rights of way, restrictions,
easements, right of ways,
covenants, liens or claims in
the nature of liens, improve-
ments, public assessments,
any and all unpaid taxes,
tax titles, tax liens, water
and sewer liens and any
other municipal assessments
or liens or existing encum-
brances 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 TEN
THOUSAND ($10,000.00)
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 ABLITT LAW OFFICES,
P.C., 304 Cambridge Road,
Woburn, MA 01801, other
terms and conditions will
be provided at the place of
sale. 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.
Present holder of said
mortgage,
IndyMac Federal Bank,
FSB, as Successor in
Interest to the FDIC as
Receiver of IndyMac
Bank, FSB,
By its Attorneys,
ABLITT LAW OFFICES, P.C.,
304 Cambridge Road, Wo-
burn, Massachusetts 01801,
Telephone
(781) 246-8995,
Fax (781) 246-8994
Dated: 03/18/2009
(122.1196[FC#2]/Lockyer)
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LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF REVERE
REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS
COMMUNITY
HEALTH
COORDINATOR
SERVICES
PROPOSAL NO:
MUN-2009-1008
Sealed proposals will be
received by the Purchasing
Agent at her office, Revere
City Hall, 281 Broadway,
Revere, Massachusetts, up to
2:00 PM on Thursday, April
30, 2009.
The City of Revere proposes
to contract with a qualified
person or firm for com-
munity health coordinator
services for the City of
Revere Health Department,
according to specifications.
Specifications and contract
documents will be available
at the Office of the Purchas-
ing Agent, City Hall, Revere,
Massachusetts after 1:00
PM, April 9, 2009. Mailing
of specifications requires
advance payment in the
form of a bank check or
postal money order, in the
amount of $5.00.
The City of Revere, as
the awarding authority,
reserves the right to accept
any proposal or portion
of a proposal, waive any
informality in a proposal,
investigate the ability of the
vendors to honor a proposal,
reject any and all proposals,
and award all contracts as
shall be considered in the
best interest of the City of
Revere. The City of Revere
reserves the right to negoti-
ate and amend the scope of
services.
It is the policy of the City of
Revere to take positive steps
to maximize the utiliza-
tion of minority business
enterprises in all activities
administered by this agency.
No candidate may withdraw
his/her proposal within
sixty (60) days after the
actual date of the opening
thereof.
This request for proposal is
in accordance with M.G.L.
Chapter 30B.
Marie E. Zelandi
Purchasing Agent
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND FAMILY
COURT DEPARTMENT
SUFFOLK Division
Docket No.
SU09P0690EA
In the Estate
Of MARY C. BOURKE
Late of REVERE
In the County of
SUFFOLK
Date of Death:
February 11, 2009
To all persons interested in
the above captioned estate,
a petition has been
presented requesting that
THOMAS BURKE of REVERE,
MA, or other suitable person
be appointed administra-
tor of said estate to serve
Without Surety.
IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT
THERETO, YOU OR YOUR
ATTORNEY MUST FILE A
WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN
SAID COURT AT BOSTON, ON
OR BEFORE TEN O’CLOCK IN
THE MORNING (10:00 A.M.)
ON: May 7, 2009.
WITNESS, HON. JOHN M.
SMOOT, First Justice of this
Court.
April 1, 2009
Richard Iannella,
Register of Probate
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LEGAL NOTICE
THE COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF
THE TRIAL COURT
Case No. 08 MISC
388767
TO: Nixon Jimenez
and to all persons entitled
to the benefit of the Service-
members Civil Relief Act:
RBS Citizens, National As-
sociation, successor bank by
merger with Citizens Bank
of Massachusetts claiming to
be the holder of Mortgage
covering real property in
Revere, numbered 296
Squire Road given by Nixon
Jimenez to Citizens Bank of
Massachusetts, dated Sep-
tember 30, 2005, recorded
with Suffolk County Registry
District of the Land Court as
Document No. 710976 and
noted on Certificate of Title
No. 120193 and recorded
with Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 38418,
Page 212, and now held by
Plaintiff by merger, has filed
with said court a complaint
for authority to foreclose
said mortgage in the man-
ner following: by entry and
possession and exercise of
power of sale.
If you are entitled to the
benefits of the Servicemem-
bers Civil Relief Act and you
object to such foreclosure
you or your attorney should
file a written appearance
and answer in said court at
Boston on or before May 18,
2009, or you may be forever
barred from claiming that
such foreclosure is invalid
under said act.
Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER,
Chief Justice of said Court on
March 31, 2009.
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF
THE TRIAL COURT
(Seal)
Case No. 384819
To
Ocampo Silvio
and to all persons entitled
to the benefit of the Service-
members Civil Relief Act.
Aurora Loan Services, LLC
claiming to be the holder
of a mortgage covering
real property in Revere
numbered 270-272 Malden
Street given by Ocampo
Silvio to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc.,
as nominee for Nation One
Mortgage Company, Inc.,
dated November 15, 2004,
and recorded at the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
in Book 35891, Page 092,
and now held by Plaintiff by
assignment. Has/have filed
with said court a complaint
for authority to foreclose
said mortgage in the man-
ner following: by entry and
possession of and exercise
of power of sale. If you are
entitled to the benefits of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act and you object to
such foreclosure you or your
attorney should file a written
appearance and answer in
said court at Boston on or
before the 4th day of May
2009 or you may be forever
barred from claiming that
such foreclosure is invalid
under said act.
Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER,
Chief Justice of said Court
this 19th day of March 2009
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT
REVERE: 2 family, 4/4,
huge yard, access to major
highways, bus line full
basement, many upgrades.
Reduced from $419,000 to
$339,000 Owner 617-623-
2682
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REVERE: $140 weekly,
includes heat & electric, pets
no. Smoking no. Close to
public “T”, airport & beach,
617-212-2323
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FURN. ROOM
RENTAL
REVERE: weekly rentals,
furnished $135-$145, all
utilities, walk to “T”. Call
7810-289-6898 The Cove or
Call 781-284-9596 ask for
Billy or Marty
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West Revere
One of the
best in West
Revere. Huge
single family
1 bedroom, 2
full bath, 2 half
baths. Newer
kitchen, hard-
wood flooring,
central air. Attached garage, pool and a yard
to be proud of. $549k
Revere
NEW. One of
North Revere’s
finest homes. 8
rooms, 4 bed-
room colonial
on oversized
lot. Eat in
kitchen with
lots of cabinets,
DR, LR and family. Full basement. Off street
parking for 3. Asking $314k
Revere
Why pay rent
with you can
own this condo
for less. 4 rooms,
2 bedrooms, 1
bath Garden style
condominium.
Off street
parking. Asking
$104k
Revere
What would
be better
than living
across from
the ocean,
Try out this
4 room, 2
bed, 2 bath,
washer/dryer in unit. Lots of closet
space. Deeded parking, pool, sauna,
and much more. $224k
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Revere
Eight (8)
rooms, 3 beds,
2.5 baths
townhouse
style home.
Fabulous yard
for the grow-
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New trecks
deck with vinyl fenced in yard. Off street
parking. Asking $319k
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Everett
Well main-
tained single
family ranch
style home.
New hardwood
floors. Two spacious bedrooms. Full
basement with full size windows.
Marble slate pool table to stay as gift.
Offered at $225k
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Everett
Standard 2
family with
5 rooms in
each unit.
Short sale
approved
and ready to
go. Asking $250k
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Everett
Two fam-
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in need of
some TLC.
Great for
an investor
or owner
occupied that is hand. Centrally
located. Asking $199k
Everett
Even better
than move in
condition!!!
Meticulous 2
family home.
Both units
totally updated
and modern. Asteal at $399k
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Everett
6 rooms for
new owner, 4
room rental
to help pay
the mortgage.
Located in
Woodlawn neighborhood. Well
maintained and in move in condi-
tion. Plenty of off street parking.
Close to transportation and shop-
ping. $399k
Chelsea
New Listing
Standard 3
family with
brick exterior.
All apartments
rented with 5
rooms and 3
bedrooms in each apartment. Some
new windows. Won’t last at $329k
Chelsea
Move in condi-
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beds, 1 bath.
Very reasonably
priced. Deeded
off street park-
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Framingham
Townhome
style with 6
rooms, 2 beds,
1.5 baths. As-
signed parking.
Short sale.
Asking $149k
Malden
Condo-
minium 5
rooms, 2
beds, 2 bath
garden style.
Deeded park-
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facilities, centrally located. Asking
$190k
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Malden
Stunning
2 family in
family neigh-
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rooms for new
owner and 5
room rental.
Nothing to do but move in. Off
street parking with fenced in yard.
Offered at $425k
Malden
2 family
home, 9 total
rooms, 5/4.
This home
features
hardwood
flooring, eat
in kitchens, off street parking
and fenced in yard. Short Sale
offered at $274k
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Malden
Oversized
2 family in
Maplewood
area. 6 rooms
with 3 beds
for the new
owner. 4 room
rental with 2 beds to help with the
mortgage. Fenced in yard and off
street parking. Asking $409k
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Melrose
Fabulous 11
room home
with 5 bed-
rooms. Over
3,400 square
feet of living
space. Open
concept with kitchen, living and
dining rooms. Central air, deck
and garage. $569k
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Belmont
Rare find,
condominium
with 7 rooms,
3 beds and 1.5
bath. Hard-
wood flooring.
Well maintained. Off street parking
and much more. Asking $404k
REVERE
West 2 rm efficiency apart. Heat included, off st. pkg..............................$800.00
West 2 rooms, 1 bed, 1 bath, all utilities included.....................................$900.00
West 3 room, 1 bed. 1 bath all utilities included ......................................$900.00
Spacious 3 rooms, 1 bed. EIK, heat/hot water, washer/dryer hookup....$975.00
5 rooms, 3 beds, 1 bath North Revere 1st floor......................................$1,300.00
5 rooms, 2 beds, 2nd floor, off st. pkg, washer/dryer hookup...............$1,300.00
NEW 6 rooms, 4 beds, 1 bath, deleaded off st. parking........................$1,750.00
LYNN
3 rooms, 1 bed, 1 bath, heat/hot water included........................................$800.00
5 rooms, 2 beds, 1 bath, 3rd floor, off st. pkg............................................$990.00
EAST BOSTON
3 units at Jeffreys Point - all 1 beds, all new, hardwood floor, granite counters,
washer/dryer in unit. Totally contemporary with Boston harbor views and
skyline views, plus a pool!!................................................. $1,200.00 - $1,700.00
EVERETT
6 rooms, 2 beds, 1 baths, needs your TLC..............................................$1,000.00
4 rooms, 2 beds, 2nd floor unit. Washer/dryer hook-up in unit, off st. pkg.
.....................................................................................................................$1,100.00
New 4 rooms, 2 beds, 3rd floor includes heat........................................$1,200.00
4 rooms, 2 beds. central air/vac, freshly painted, washer/dryer hookup in units.
.....................................................................................................................$1,500.00
SWAMPSCOTT/WINTHROP
2 rooms, 1 bed, ocean views, heat/hot water included.............................$950.00
4 rooms, 2 beds, 1.5 baths, Heat/hot water included.............................$1,375.00
4 rooms, 2 beds, heat and basic cable included, off st. pkg...................$1,150.00
Year to date, according to MLS Services, M. Celata is the
#1 Rental Agency in the entire MLS system..
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Condo-
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Centrally
located 4
room, galley
kitchen,
living room,
dining room
and generous bedroom. C/T bath.
1 deeded off street parking. Of-
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Revere - 4 rms, 2 bdrms (3rd floor) ............................... $950
Revere - 5 rms, 3 bdrm, 2nd fl, minutes to T.............. $1150
Revere - 5 rms, 2 bdrms, (1st floor), Gas Heat........... $1200
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Revere - 3 rms, 1 bdrm, W/D Hk-Up & Pkng................. $900
Revere - Business Opportunity, 900 sq. ft., off Broadway,
great location........................................................$925 per mo
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POOL, EXERCISE ROOM & PKG..............$345,000
REVERE - 3 FAM., SEP. UTILS, MIN. to T & BEACH...$259,900
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• 119 ROOMS
FOR RENT
CHELSEA: Soldiers home
area. $125 weekly. 617-908-
4826
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WINTHROP/SALEM: Room
for rent on beach, $130 +
up weekly, single rooms
available. Friend of Bill W.
smoking ok. 978-360-0458
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APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
WINTHROP: 2 bedrooms 1
bath, newly refurbished,
off street parking, washer/
dryer hook-up, pets no,
near restaurants & public
transportation. Smoking no.
$1200 plus utilities, 617-
846-9227
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WINTHROP: Furnished,
large 1 bedroom, EIK, living
room, separate entrance,
close to beach & bus stop,
restaurants 10 minutes to
Logan 17 minutes to Boston.
$845 includes utilities, 617-
846-5372
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EVERETT: Highland Ave. 2nd
floor, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath,
parking, smoking no, pets
no. Section 8 approved,
references. 617-543-3607
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EAST BOSTON: 2 1/2
bedrooms, hardwood floors,
washer/dryer in kitchen,
separate entrance. $1000 no
utilities, pets ok. Available
April 15th. Call Lucy 617-
877-0652
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REVERE/BEACHMONT: Ocean
views, beautiful, modern
1 bedroom, ceramic tile
throughout. EIK, 3 spacious
sunny rooms, dishwasher,
washer/dryer, hook-up,
private porch with view, off
street parking, minutes from
“T”, airport, and beach. Call
781-289-9424
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EAST BOSTON: Meridian
St. 5 rooms, 3 bedrooms,
$1150/month, no utilities,
call Cheryl 617-488-7650
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CHELSEA: 5 rooms, 2
bedrooms, second floor,
excellent condition, recently
renovated, close to bus,
schools, supermarket &
laundry facilities, gas heat,
cable and phone ready, pets
no. No utilities, available
now. 617-875-6305
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LYNN: Beach area. Spacious
2 bedroom 1 bath condo
large yard, parking, huge
living room dining room, wet
bar in kitchen, hardwood
floors, crown molding,
closets galore. Call 781-910-
2454
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EVERETT: 3 rooms, 1
bedroom, kitchen includes:
dishwasher refrigerator,
washer/dryer, and skylight.
A/C, 2 car off street parking,
Call 617-620-0042
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REVERE: Modern 1 bedroom,
driveway, dishwasher/
disposal, washer/dryer
hook-up. $800 no utilities,
first/last. Available now.
781-284-9632 or 781-913-
2013 after 5 pm.
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WEST REVERE: 3/4
bedrooms, 1 bath, deleaded,
EIK, pantry, a/c, ceiling
fans, laundry yard, parking,
pets no, smoking no. $1550
no utilities, first + security,
617-605-8000
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EVERETT: 2 bedrooms,
first floor, near public
transportation. $1200 +
security, no utilities, pets, no,
smoking no. 617-389-3858
Call after 3:00 pm
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REVERE: Studio, 2 rooms,
close to “T” $850 includes
utilities, available May first.
781-485-0330
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CHELSEA: Washington Ave 2
bedroom, smoking no. Pets
no. 67-889-2158
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WINTHROP: On the BEACH,
Sunny, second floor, Laundry
on premises, on bus line.
$1250 includes heat. 857-
201-9974
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REVERE 2 bedrooms, all
utilities included, new
kitchen, dining room & living
room, 978-777-3076
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WINTHROP: Governors
Park, 2 bedroom, pool
gym, balcony, new kitchen,
windows, and bath, fresh
paint. $1200 includes heat
& hot water, available now.
781-485-1480
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REVERE: 2 bedrooms, walk to
Beachmont “T”, third floor,
heat hot water, EIK, $1100.
617-905-3733
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT
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HartIord, CT 06106-1561
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Augusta, ME 04333
207-624-6050
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Boston, MA 02108-1599
617-994-6000
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Concord, NH 03301-9053
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200 Orange Street, Room 402
New Haven, CT 06510
203-946-8160/8165
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newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act of 1968, which makes it
illegal to advertise any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, handicap,
familial status (number of children and
or pregnancy), national origin, ancestry,
age, marital status, or any intention to
make any such preference, limitation
or discrimination.
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real estate
that is in violation of the law. Our read-
ers are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertising in this newspaper
are available on an equal opportunity
basis. To complain about discrimination
call The Department of Housing and
Urban Development “ HUD” toll-free at
1-800-669-9777. For the N.E. area,
call HUD at 617-565-5308. The toll
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• Heat, hot water and cooking gas included
• FREE Parking!!
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• Steps to public transportation & beach
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2 bedrooms from $1,650/mo
3 bedrooms from $1,875/mo
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Monday through Friday 8a.m. to 5p.m.
Saturday 10a.m. to 5p.m.
Call us at 617.569.2255
Equal Housing Opportunity
Newly Renovated Town Home
WINTHROP
2 Bdrm, mod. complex
located nr park & trans.
$1125/mo
Inc. H. & HW,
all appliances, full bath,
sec., pkg, storage, ldry
and pool Ref. and
credit required.
617-846-4115
REVERE
Modern 2BR heated $1200
Live-in supt. Free off-street park-
ing. Fully-applianced kitchen.
Laundry room in bldg. Minutes
to Boston, airport, shops.
Smoking, No/Pets, No.
781-631-0533
REVERE
Great Location!
Northgate Apartments
Studios from $925
1BR from $1125 • 2BR From $1325
Large modern apartment homes, heat & HW
included, fully applianced, wall to wall carpet, free
off street parking, cats OK, near public transportation,
minutes to Logan Airport and downtown Boston.
Call 781-289-3535
REVERE: Beachmont area.
2 bedrooms, close to “T”
& beach, hardwood floors,
washer/dryer hook-up,
driveway. $1100 no utilities,
pets no. 617-548-7638
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REVERE: 4 rooms, 1
bedroom, off street
parking. Near “T” & beach,
dishwasher, washer/dryer
hook-up. $995 +. 617-846-
4518
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CHELSEA: 2/3 bedrooms,
hardwood floors, new
windows, near “T” & shops,
third floor, $1300 includes
heat, first/security. 508-
528-6041
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WINTHROP: On ocean, 5
rooms, modern kitchen
& bath, hardwood floors,
$1200 unheated. Pets, no.
Smoking, no. 617-846-4458
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WINTHROP: 2 bedrooms,
hardwood floors, first
floor, large 7 rooms, close
to public transportation,
laundry hook-up. $1300 no
utilities, Call Joe 617-592-
3031
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REVERE: Off Broadway,
1 bedroom, all utilities
parking included. $900
781-710-2519
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REVERE: 5 rooms, 2
bedrooms, $1000 heat & hot
water included. Near “T”.
Includes refrigerator, pets no
First/last month required.
781-289-2495
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WINTHROP: Studio
apartment, near beach &
bus, off street parking. $750
includes hot water, 617-846-
4518
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WINTHROP: Highlands, 1
bedroom, 4 large rooms, off
street parking, 2 porches.
$925 includes washer/dryer.
781-258-2038
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LYNN: 2,3,4 & 5 bedrooms,
deleaded. Pets no. Section 8
approved, no utilities, 781-
231-9224
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WEST REVERE:
Modern 2 bedrms,
new floors &
windows.
Pets, no. Smoking, no.
$1350 all utilities
included
$1000 security
deposit required.
781-696-4862
REVERE
Sargent St. area
Completely renovated
3 1/2 rms, 1 bdrms.
Smoking, no.
Pets, no.
$1,100 month inc.
heat & hot water
Sec. Dep.
781-289-8632
REVERE
Duplex
townhouse.
2 bdrms, hdwd flrs,
1 1/2 baths,
carpet, lndry in
basement.
$1,450
No utilities
617-791-5583
REVERE- EASTBOSTON- WINTHROP
Serving This Area Since 1991
Studios from...............$700
1 bedrooms from.........$800
2 bedrooms from.......$1000
3 bedrooms................$1200
Houses & Cottages
Call for availability
Commercial/retail from
......................................$875
617-846-9200
REVERE:
1 bdrm, off
street parking,
new floors,
new refrigerator,
laundry.
$950 incl. Ht.
781-572-1098
WEST REVERE:
Modern, clean
4 rooms, 2 bedrms,
large closets,
includes refrigerator,
Pets, No. Smoking, No.
$1250 all utilities
included.
First/security required.
781-286-1442
WEST REVERE
Off Sargent St.
Beautiful new
sunny 1 bdrm w/
lg windows, fully
applianced kit,
huge storage, full
size W/D, cable
ready, sec. system,
C/AC, smoking,
no, pets, no.
$1,200
Inc. gas HT/HW
781-284-0744
WINTHROP
1 bdrm, off-street
pkg, steps to bus
$950 p/month
Utilities/heat not
included
Smoking, no.
First, last,
references
617-504-6703
EVERETT: Spacious 1 & 2
bedrooms, fully applianced
kitchen, laundry, storage
24-hour residential manger.
Well maintained brick
building. $950-$1100
heated. No fee. 617-696-
6373
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WEST REVERE: Modern 2
bedrooms, new floors &
windows, pets no, smoking
no. $1350 all utilities
included. $1000 security
deposit required. 781-696-
4862
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REVERE: 1 bedrooms starting
at $925 & up, includes, heat
hot water, parking, pool,
laundry on site, walk to bus
line, shopping, minutes to
Boston. Call 781-284-3885
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REVERE, large 2 bedrooms,
EIK, dish/washer,
refrigerator, hardwood
floors, $1300 includes heat
& hot water. Pets no. 617-
733-7753
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WINTHROP: sunny, above
ground basement, 2
bedrooms, + additional
small room, EIK, living room,
refrigerator, washer/dryer,
separate entrance, patio,
large yard, very close to
bus line. $875/month, no
utilities. Call Marty 617-846-
3395
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CHELSEA: Sunny large 6
room apartment, hardwood
floors & carpet. Large
kitchen & bath, walk-in
closet. 617-257-2187
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WINTHROP: Sunny 2
bedrooms, living/dining
and family room. Renovated
kitchen, ceramic tile floor,
laundry closet, microwave,
dishwasher/disposal, ceiling
fans, hardwood floors, 2
parking spaces. Large yard,
large rear porch, $1275/
month, no utilities. Call
Marty 617-846-3395
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WINTHROP BEACH: Ocean
front studios 1&2 bedrooms
apartments, includes heat
& hot water, laundry. Near
“T” & shopping. Pets, no. No
Fee. From: $675-$1150. Call
781-391-0700
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HOUSES
FOR RENT
CHELSEA: new 2 bedrooms,
completely renovated,
section 8 approved. $1350
617-285-7259
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WINTHROP: 3/4 bedroom
newly renovated cape on
dead end street. Washer/
dryer, full basement, large
yard, $2000/month Call
617-312-1703
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ROOMMATE
WANTED/
HOUSE TO
SHARE
WINTHROP: Roommate
needed to share beautiful
4-bedroom house, neat &
clean, close to beach hotels
restaurants, 8 minutes form
Logan 17 minutes to Boston.
$650 utilities & Internet
service included. 617-846-
5372
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EAST BOSTON: Roommates
wanted to share large 4-
bedroom house, very clean.
Near blue line, recently
renovated, use of living
room & kitchen, basic cable.
$175 + up weekly /last.
617-955-2107
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WINTHROP: House to share.
Includes A/C, cable, heat hot
water, possibly furnished,
$600 617-650-1776
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ROOMMATE
WANTED/
HOUSE TO
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OFFICE/
COMM’L
RENTALS
WINTHROP: Office/retail
space on ocean at Crystal
Cove Marina. 775-to 925 sq.
ft. Rents are $850 to $1100
plus utilities. Call Owner
617-846-6827
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WINTHROP: Office for
lease. Available now. 660
sq.ft. Parking, tenant pays
utilities, 781—599-4777
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REVERE: Office space in
professional building.
Available now. Convenient,
accessible Broadway
location. ON public
transportation. Call for
details 978-590-8810
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REVERE BROADWAY offices,
3 rooms, $1200 heated,
second floor, 1 room, $450
includes utilities & parking.
2 rooms $800 heated. 781-
286-1250
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• 228
MISC.
FOR SALE
MAYTAG Refrigerator, 18
cubic feet, 2 years old. $300
Best offer. 617-387-8999
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MAHOGANY dining room set.
Table, 6 chairs, & buffet.
$275 617-846-3828
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SCOOTER CHAIR 3 months
old, Paid $4600, selling
for $1200, Air conditioner
10,000 BTU’s, $200, 2 Air
conditioners 8000 BTU’s
$50 each or $75 for both.
Sony color TV 19” $150,
Refrigerator 18 cubic ft. 15
years old. $100. Washer/
dryer $200. Payment by
bank check, money order or
cash. 781-241-3645
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STANLEY FURNITURE solid
wood 2 piece lighted china
hutch, medium wood 84”
high x 68” wide $900 781-
284-4136
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• 230 YARD/
GARAGE/
MOVING SALE
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REVERE
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REVERE: St. Anthony’s Indoor
Flea market. Open every
Saturday from 9am-4pm.
250 Revere St. Over 40
vendors, new and used
items. Sandy 781-477-0606
www.myspace.com/
stanthonysfleamarket
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• 233 WANTED
TO BUY
HIGHEST Prices Paid!
Jewelry, Rolex and other old
watches, paintings, cigarette
lighter and fountain pens,
diamonds, gold, silver,
stamps, coins, baseball
cards, Hummel’s, cameras,
Llardros, Royal Dalton’s,
Precious Moments, Antique
trains, old costume jewelry,
sterling and silver plated
flatware, estate jewelry,
etc… Linda’s Jewelers, 2
Market Street, Lynn. Call
781-596-1886
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• 233 WANTED
TO BUY
INTERESTED IN BUYING
Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver
flatware & hollowware, and
gold & silver coins. Any
condition and age. High
prices paid! Please contact
Michael 978-407-0120 or
617-846-6452
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The Building Blocks of Education
Immediate Openings
Infant/Toddler/Preschool
All Meals & Snacks Inc.
N.A.E.Y.C. accredited
EEC Certified Teachers
For more info call
Director Bobbi-Jean
617-387-5437
FREE REGISTRATION
• 166
CHILDCARE SERVICES
• 246 TRUCKS
FOR SALE
2002 ISUZU RODEO Low
mileage, 66,867 miles, one
owner S.U.V. 4 cylinder,
5 speed, looks and drives
great, needs nothing. Power
steering/brakes. A/C, new
tires, $4,200
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1996 FORD RANGER
extended cab 133,000 miles,
good condition, $3000 617-
846-9227
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-CAR FOR SALE? To place
your ad call 781-485-0588
Ext or 102. Ad runs for 4
weeks in all papers!
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2002 F260 4x4, 83,000
K miles, grey, super duty,
new tires, looks like new.
$8500 or BEST OFFER. Call
John 781-985-1517 7881-
395-6689
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• 297
TUTORING
3 hours to instruct on Adobe
Photo shop CS2. 617-466-
1847 In Chelsea
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DRY
CLEANER
NEEDS
EXPERIENCED
COUNTER
HELP
617-645-7222
Recognized the world over for
quality and durability
Market Forge is proud of our 110 year tradition in the
steam cooking industry. From innovative boilers to the
new Eco-Friendly equipment, it is clear that Market
Forge has gained strength with age. Join our 100%
Employee-Owned company as we continue to usher
in a new era of success.
Technical Support Manager
We seek an individual to provide technical assistance
and service to our customers and sales reps. Responsi-
bilities include answering technical inquiries pertaining
to service and equipment performance, providing
follow-up support and interacting with other depart-
ments in order to assist customers and resolve warranty
issues. Position requires excellent telephone, commu-
nication and problem solving skills with a minimum of
three years mechanical abilities and wiring experience
in electrical, gas and control circuits.
Please send resume to:
jbimber@mfii.com No phone calls please.
Market Forge Industries, Inc.
35 Garvey Street, Everett, MA 02149
www. mf i i . com
We are seekinq enerqeLic and success-noLi-
vaLed independenL conLracLor sales profes-
sionals Lo sell our nulLi-nedia producL lines
for CaLeHouse Media New Enqland. 1his
opporLuniLy provides ouLsLandinq earninqs
poLenLial for Lhe aqqressive sales pro wiLh an
eye on Lhe fuLure.
Manaqe your own Line. We provide Lhe
naLerials and leads..you provide Lhe sales
experLise.
We are an indusLry leader and have a proven Lrack
record of providinq our cusLoners wiLh effecLive
soluLions LhaL enable Lhen Lo realize Lheir business
qoals. Our powerful local narkeL presence pro-
vides ouLsLandinq opporLuniLies Lo parLner wiLh
local, reqional and naLional businesses.
lf you have sLronq self-nanaqenenL skills, alonq
wiLh aL leasL 3-5 years of sales experience, superb
inLerpersonal and neqoLiaLion skills and a proven
Lrack record for closinq Lhe sale Lhis could be Lhe
role for you.
Please send your resune and cover leLLer
Lo: cboyd@cnc.con
SALES OPPORTLNITIES
In Iust 7T Days...
You can have the skiIIs you
need to qet a job as a
Dental Asslstant
10-week course, Sat. onIy.
Tuition $2100-payment pIans
CaII Paris © VDAS
for info packet
617-846-1280
Next cIass starts: May 16, 2009
Licensed by the Mass Dept
of £Iem & Sec. £ducation
• 272 GENERAL
HELP WANTED
Boat Slips
$89/ft
Crystal Cove
Marina, Winthrop
Gas, diesel,
storage, repairs,
crane service
617-846-SAIL
• 254
BOAT
SLIPS
• 284
PERSONAL
ORGANIZER
TOO MUCH CLUTTER? Mail,
homes, offices, closets,
bureaus, desk, attics,
basements, move ins/outs,
charity deliveries, etc. Call
Katrina Martin 617-723-8877
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• 289
BUSINESS
OPP.
DO YOU WANT to earn more
money? Earn up to $2,000
to $5,000/month, without
leaving your job. Call now to
learn more 866-567-1032
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WINTHROP: Café for sale.
Breakfast & lunch. Great
location. Plenty of parking.
Call 781-307-6683 for more
information.
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pups.
l ow
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l|e Serv|ces.
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$50K-$100K
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(100º Corr|ss|or)
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|l Areas. 0re ol a ||rd
producl l|al l|ose |ore-
oWrers reed. For a corl|-
derl|a| |rlerv|eW ca||:
0av|d Thompson
508-528-0900 or fax
resume to 508-528-2225
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1 88, $850
2 88 $1200
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ra|rl o|dg. |r Clr. leal &
par||rg |rc|. b1/-254-2111
8evere 0ae 8edroom
receatIy 0pdated coado
eat-in-kitchen, spacious LR,
new full bath. Lrg BR, ample
closet space. Balconies from
the living room & bedroom.
Brand new heating system,
central air conditioning. Free
deeded prking in secured
bldg. Low maintenance fee.
$192,000. call 617 846-5328
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Berber
ing-room
$495/30
781-862-0909
Medford Sky-lit 3 BR. Eat in
kitchen.D/W, W/D.$1275/mo.
Available 4/1. 781 391 4683.
Medford3bdrm@hotmail.com
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Goods
lk8$ & 60l0£8$ purebred
pups. Labs (chocolate, yel-
l ow & bl ack) Gol dens
(blonde & red). 1st shots,
health guaranteed, social-
ized, family raised. Ready to
go! Beautiful! 401-793-6709.
Wanted
Pets &
Services
Care
Needed
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|ever |rsla||ed.
As||rg $1b50.
Se||s lor $8000÷
508-281-20II
0k8F£I$ Ì have access to
several 1000 yds of plush &
Berber carpet. Do your liv-
ing-room & hall, w/pad for
$495/30 sq yds i nstal l ed.
781-862-0909
FIbargIass
|4' $IIvarIInar
with 7OhF Mercurv
Enuine, with like new
trailer. $18OO/B0
5O8·822·7OO2
Power Boats.
Motors. Equip
LICENSED
ELECTRICIAN
For DDC controls wiring wanted.
BACnet experienced required.
Must be a Revere resident.
Fax resume and cop of Valid MASS
Electrician’s License to: 508-655-4267
Automated Building Systems is an
equal opportunity employer; women
and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Morning
Counter Help
9am-3pm
Energetic,
Reliable,
Mother’s Hours.
Food exp. a plus.
Apply in person
Torretta’s Bakery
652 Winthrop Ave.
To Place Your Ad
Please Call 781-485-
0588
CONSTRUCTION CO, in
Winthrop in need of welder,
secretary, bookkeeper, labor
shop man, note all part time
until business increases. Fax
name and # and 1 or 2 lines
about yourself. 617-846-2811
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OFFICE HELP: Must now
general office duties & now
quick books, Part/time 10
plus or minus hours a week.
781-853-0734 or e-mail
accounting@alternativelaw.
com
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0ualilications. home health Aide or ChA Certilication reuuired.
Readinu and writinu skills as well as excellent clinical and
interµersonal skills also reuuired.
EBhhC strives to be an emµlover ol choice bv ollerinu
µrouressive benelits and the satislaction ol workinu with
a dedicated, diverse worklorce.
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we are convenientlv located near the Maverick
Blue Line 'T' Station. we are an E0E.
• 279 MEDICAL
HELP WANTED
Certified Home Health Aides
• Homemakers • Personal Care Attendants
• Full and Part-Time Flexible Hours Available
• Competitive Salaries with Weekend Differential
• Vacation and Holiday Pay/Exciting Benefit Package
655 Broadway, Revere,
Tues. Only
(2nd flr.) 11 a.m.-1 p.m., or
297 Broadway, Suite 222,
Arlington, M-F 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
To be part of our home care team call
or stop by & fill out an application
Metropolitan
Home Health
Services, Inc.
(781) 643-9115
Metr
Home
Ser
• Work in Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop,
Medford, Malden, & Everett
Certified Home Health Aides
• Homemakers • Personal Care Attendants
Shift Work Available (Chelsea)
*Spanish speaking clients
Seeking Aides who speak Spanish/English
655 Broadway, Revere, Tues. Only
(2nd flr.) 11 a.m.-1 p.m., or
297 Broadway, Suite 222,
Arlington, M-F 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
To be part of our home care team call
or stop by & fill out an application
Metropolitan
Home Health
Services, Inc.
Metr
Home
Ser
(781) 643-9115
• 272 GEN’L
HELP
WANTED
NOW HIRING: Companies
desperately need employees
to assemble products at
home. No selling, nay hours
$500 weekly potential Info
1-985-646- 1700 Dept.
MA-1152
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Take control of your finances
and you future. ARE YOU
CONCERNED about the
economy? Have you thought
about Avon? Call Connie at
781-289-7116, if you would
like more information or
go on –line and log onto:
www.youravon.com/crolli
to order.
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AVON: Work from Home!
Sign up Today! Sell AVON.
Make $$$$$$. Call Karen
781-321-4158
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND FAMILY
COURT
NOTICE OF
PETITION FOR
PROBATE OF WILL
Docket No.
SU09P0664EA
In the Estate
Of JOHN W. COTTER JR.
Late of REVERE
Date of Death:
January 10, 2009
To all persons interested in
the above captioned estate, a
petition has been presented
requesting that a document
purporting to be the last will
of said decedent be proved
and allowed and that Bar-
bara A. Cotter of Amesbury,
MA be appointed executrix,
named in the will to serve.
IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT
THERETO, YOU OR YOUR
ATTORNEY MUST FILE A
WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN
SAID COURT AT BOSTON ON
OR BEFORE TEN O’CLOCK IN
THE MORNING (10:00 A.M.)
ON MAY 7, 2009.
In addition, you must file a
written affidavit of objections
to the petition, stating
specific facts and grounds
upon which the objection is
based, within (30) days after
the return day (or such other
time as the court, on motion
with notice to the petitioner,
may allow) in accordance
with Probate Rule 16.
WITNESS, Hon. John M.
Smoot, Esquire, First Justice
of this Court.
Date: March 30, 2009
Richard Iannella,
Register of Probate
4/8
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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 Edna Kennedy to
Mortgage Electronic Registra-
tion Systems, Inc. , dated
February 28, 2006 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds at
Book 39107, Page 7, of which
mortgage Countrywide Home
Loans, Inc. 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
1:00 p.m. on April 30, 2009,
on the mortgaged premises
located at 54 Tuckerman
Street, Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, all
and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, with
the buildings thereon, on the
estate formerly of George
H. Coolidge on the westerly
side of Tuckerman Street
being lot numbered 54 on
a plan made by Whitman
and Breck, and recorded in
Suffolk Registry of Deeds at
the end of Book 1215 and
containing according to said
plan 6,000 square feet of
land, said lot is bound and
described as follows:
SOUTHEASTERLY: By Tucker-
man Street sixty (60) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY: By lot 52
on said plan, one hundred
(100) feet;
NORTHWESTERLY: By land
now or late of Fuller, sixty
(60) feet; and
NORTHEASTERLY: By lot 56
on said plan, one hundred
(100) feet.
Subject to and with the
benefit of easements,
reservations, restrictions
and takings of record if any,
insofar as the same are now
in force and applicable.
For mortgagor’s title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 39107, Page 4.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC.
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
4/8, 4/15, 4/22
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200810-0828 - GRN
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 Marc Trinchera a/k/a
Marc J. Trinchera to Mort-
gage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., as nominee
for Lehman Brothers Bank,
FSB, A Federal Savings Bank
dated December 30, 2004,
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 36220, Page 206 of
which mortgage the under-
signed is the present holder
for breach of conditions of
said mortgage and for the
purpose of foreclosing the
same will be sold at PUBLIC
AUCTION at 11:00 AM on
April 27, 2009, on the mort-
gaged premises. The entire
mortgaged premises, all and
singular, the premises as
described in said mortgage:
The dwelling unit (hereinaf-
ter referred to as the “Unit”)
known and designated as
Unit 6 of the Beachgate
Condominium, a condomin-
ium situated at 486 Revere
Street, Revere, MA. The post
office address of the Unit is
Unit 6, 486 Revere Street,
Revere, MA 02151 and more
particularly described as
follows: Unit No. 6 in the
Condominium known as the
Beachgate Condominium,
located at 486 Revere Street,
Revere, Suffolk County,
Massachusetts submitted to
the provisions of Massachu-
setts General Laws, Chapter
183A by virtue of a Master
Deed dated September 15,
2003 and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds on September 19,
2003, Instrument No. 384 in
Book 32807, Page 259 (the
“Master Deed”), together
with an undivided 22%
interest in the common areas
and facilities, as set forth
in the Master Deed, subject
to and in accordance with
the terms and provisions
thereof. The Unit is laid
out as shown on a plan
recorded with this Unit Deed
attached hereto which is
a copy of a portion of the
plans recorded with the
Master Deed and to which is
affixed a verified statement
in the form provided for in
the Massachusetts General
Laws, Chapter 183A, Section
9. The Unit herein conveyed
together with the exclusive
right to use the two (2)
parking spaces appurtenant
to the Unit as set forth in the
Master Deed and as shown
on the Plan as “Parking Unit
6”. The Unit is conveyed
together with the above
listed percentage interest in
the a. Common areas and
facilities of the Condominium
as described in the Master
Deed and in the b. Beachgate
Condominium Trust, dated
September 15, 2003, and
recorded with said Registry
of Deeds on September 19,
2003 as Instrument No. 385.
This Unit is conveyed with the
benefit of and subject to the
provisions of Massachusetts
General Laws, Chapter 183A
relating to condominiums as
that statute is written as of
the date hereof, said Master
Deed, said Condominium
Trust referred to above and
any By-Laws and Rules and
Regulations from time to
time adopted thereunder,
and all matters of record
stated or referred to in said
Master Deed as completely
as if each were fully set
forth herein. The Unit is to
be used only for residential
purposes as set forth in said
Master Deed. Being the same
premises conveyed to the
herein named mortgagor
(s) by deed recorded with
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds herewith.
Subject to and with the
benefit of easements,
reservation, restrictions,
and taking of record, if any,
insofar as the same are now
in force and applicable.
In the event of any
typographical error set forth
herein in the legal descrip-
tion of the premises, the
description as set forth and
contained in the mortgage
shall control by reference.
This property has the address
of Unit 6, Beachgate Condo-
minium, 486 Revere Street,
Revere, MA 02151
Together with all the im-
provements now or hereafter
erected on the property and
all easements, rights, ap-
purtenances, rents, royalties,
mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits, water rights and
stock and all fixtures now
or hereafter a part of the
property. All replacements
and additions shall also be
covered by this sale.
Terms of Sale: Said premises
will be sold subject to any
and all unpaid taxes and
assessments, tax sales, tax
titles and other municipal
liens and water or sewer
liens and State or County
transfer fees, if any there
are, and TEN THOUSAND
DOLLARS ($10,000.00) in
cashier’s or certified check
will be required to be paid
by the purchaser at the time
and place of the sale as a
deposit and the balance
in cashier’s or certified
check will be due in thirty
(30) days, at the offices of
Doonan, Graves & Longoria,
LLC, 100 Cummings Center,
Suite 225D, Beverly, MA
01915, time being of the
essence.
The Mortgagee reserves the
right to postpone the sale
to a later date by public
proclamation at the time and
date appointed for the sale
and to further postpone at
any adjourned sale-date by
public proclamation at the
time and date appointed for
the adjourned sale date.
The premises is to be sold
subject to and with the
benefit of all easements, re-
strictions, leases, tenancies,
and rights of possession,
building and zoning laws,
encumbrances, condominium
liens, if any and all other
claim in the nature of liens,
if any there be.
In the event that the
successful bidder at the
foreclosure sale shall default
in purchasing the within
described property according
to the terms of this Notice
of Sale and/or the terms of
the Memorandum of Sale
executed at the time of
foreclosure, the Mortgagee
reserves the right to sell
the property by foreclosure
deed to the second highest
bidder, providing that said
second highest bidder shall
deposit with the Mortgagee’s
attorneys, DOONAN, GRAVES,
& LONGORIA L.L.C., 100
Cummings Center, Suite
225D, Beverly, Massachu-
setts, 01915, the amount of
the required deposit as set
forth herein within three (3)
business days after written
notice of the default of the
previous highest bidder and
title shall be conveyed to the
said second highest bidder
within thirty (30) days of
said written notice.
If the second highest bidder
declines to purchase the
within described property,
the Mortgagee reserves the
right to purchase the within
described property at the
amount bid by the second
highest bidder.
The foreclosure deed and the
consideration paid by the
successful bidder shall be
held in escrow by DOONAN,
GRAVES, & LONGORIA L.L.C.,
(hereinafter called the
“Escrow Agent”) until the
deed shall be released from
escrow to the successful
bidder at the same time as
the consideration is released
to the Mortgagee, thirty (30)
days after the date of sale,
whereupon all obligations
of the Escrow Agent shall be
deemed to have been prop-
erly fulfilled and the Escrow
Agent shall be discharged.
Other terms to be announced
at the sale.
Dated: March 20, 2009,
Aurora Loan Services LLC,
By: Reneau Longoria. Esq.,
DOONAN, GRAVES,
& LONGORIA LLC,
100 Cummings Center,
Suite 225D,
Beverly, MA 01915,
978-921-2670,
www.dgandl.com
(6206.37/Trinchera)
04/01/09, 04/08/09,
04/15/09
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(146746)
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 Kellie M. Kim a/k/a Kel-
lie Kim, and Keir T. Thielen
to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc. as
nominee for First National
Bank of Arizona dated March
22, 2005, recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds in Book 36723, Page
289 of which mortgage the
undersigned is the present
holder for breach of condi-
tions of said mortgage and
for the purpose of foreclos-
ing the same will be sold at
PUBLIC AUCTION at 01:00
PM on April 30, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises. The en-
tire mortgaged premises, all
and singular, the premises as
described in said mortgage:
Unit B (the “Unit”), of the
Ocean’s Eleven Condomini-
ums located at 11 Ocean Pier
Avenue, Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts
(the “Condominium”), a
condominium created by
Master Deed dated January
31, 2005 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds on 3/25, 2005
as Instrument No. 38615
in Book 36723, Page 228,
as such may be amended
by instruments of record,
in accordance with Mass.
Gen. L., Chapter 183A. The
Unit conveyed is laid out as
shown on a plan recorded
with herewith, which plan
is a copy of a portion of the
plans filed with said Master
Deed and to which is affixed
a verified statement of a
registered architect in the
form required by Mass. Gen.
L. c. 183A, section 9. The
mailing address for the unit
is: 11B Ocean Pier Avenue,
Revere, MA 02151. The Unit
is conveyed together with
an undivided fifty (50.00%)
percent interest in the com-
mon areas and facilities of
the Condominium described
in said Master Deed (the
“Common Elements”) with
the exclusive rights and ease-
ments of use of the Condo-
minium as described in said
Master Deed. Together with
the benefit of, and subject to,
the provisions of Mass. Gen.
L., Chapter 183A relating to
Condominium as that statute
is written as of the date
hereof, the Master Deed,
and the Declaration of Trust
and By-Laws of the Ocean’s
Eleven Condominiums as the
same may be amended, and
all matters of record stated
or referred to in the master
Deed, completely as if each
were fully set forth herein.
The Unit is to be used for
residential purposes and for
no other purpose, except as
may be expressly permitted
in accordance with the provi-
sions of the Ocean’s Eleven
Condominiums.
Subject to and with the
benefit of easements,
reservation, restrictions,
and taking of record, if any,
insofar as the same are now
in force and applicable.
In the event of any
typographical error set forth
herein in the legal descrip-
tion of the premises, the
description as set forth and
contained in the mortgage
shall control by reference.
This property has the address
of 11 Ocean Pier Avenue Unit
B, Ocean’s Eleven Condomini-
ums, Revere, MA 02151.
Together with all the im-
provements now or hereafter
erected on the property and
all easements, rights, ap-
purtenances, rents, royalties,
mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits, water rights and
stock and all fixtures now
or hereafter a part of the
property. All replacements
and additions shall also be
covered by this sale.
Terms of Sale: Said premises
will be sold subject to any
and all unpaid taxes and
assessments, tax sales, tax
titles and other municipal
liens and water or sewer
liens and State or County
transfer fees, if any there
are, and TEN THOUSAND
DOLLARS ($10,000.00) in
cashier’s or certified check
will be required to be paid
by the purchaser at the time
and place of the sale as a
deposit and the balance
in cashier’s or certified
check will be due in thirty
(30) days, at the offices of
Doonan, Graves & Longoria,
LLC, 100 Cummings Center,
Suite 225D, Beverly, MA
01915, time being of the
essence.
The Mortgagee reserves the
right to postpone the sale
to a later date by public
proclamation at the time and
date appointed for the sale
and to further postpone at
any adjourned sale-date by
public proclamation at the
time and date appointed for
the adjourned sale date.
The premises is to be sold
subject to and with the
benefit of all easements, re-
strictions, leases, tenancies,
and rights of possession,
building and zoning laws,
encumbrances, condominium
liens, if any and all other
claim in the nature of liens,
if any there be.
In the event that the
successful bidder at the
foreclosure sale shall default
in purchasing the within
described property according
to the terms of this Notice
of Sale and/or the terms of
the Memorandum of Sale
executed at the time of
foreclosure, the Mortgagee
reserves the right to sell
the property by foreclosure
deed to the second highest
bidder, providing that said
second highest bidder shall
deposit with the Mortgagee’s
attorneys, DOONAN, GRAVES,
& LONGORIA L.L.C., 100
Cummings Center, Suite
225D, Beverly, Massachu-
setts, 01915, the amount of
the required deposit as set
forth herein within three (3)
business days after written
notice of the default of the
previous highest bidder and
title shall be conveyed to the
said second highest bidder
within thirty (30) days of
said written notice.
If the second highest bidder
declines to purchase the
within described property,
the Mortgagee reserves the
right to purchase the within
described property at the
amount bid by the second
highest bidder.
The foreclosure deed and the
consideration paid by the
successful bidder shall be
held in escrow by DOONAN,
GRAVES, & LONGORIA L.L.C.,
(hereinafter called the
“Escrow Agent”) until the
deed shall be released from
escrow to the successful
bidder at the same time as
the consideration is released
to the Mortgagee, thirty (30)
days after the date of sale,
whereupon all obligations
of the Escrow Agent shall be
deemed to have been prop-
erly fulfilled and the Escrow
Agent shall be discharged.
Other terms to be announced
at the sale.
Dated: March 23, 2009,
Aurora Loan Services, LLC.,
By: Reneau Longoria. Esq.,
DOONAN, GRAVES,
& LONGORIA LLC,
100 Cummings Center,
Suite 225D,
Beverly, MA 01915,
978-921-2670,
www.dgandl.com
(6202.99/Kim)
04/01/09, 04/08/09,
04/15/09
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(146955)
LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF
REVERE, MA
INVITATION
FOR BIDS
FOR
SUPPLY AND
INSTALLATION
OF HOT MIX
ASPHALT
Bid No.
DPCD 2009-1005
Separate sealed bids will be
received by the City of Re-
vere Purchasing Agent, Marie
Zelandi, at her office, Revere
City Hall, Revere, Massachu-
setts, up to 10:00 a.m., April
23, 2009, at which time they
will be opened and publicly
read. This bid is for supply
and installation of hot mix
asphalt, and other related
work for various depart-
ments in the City of Revere,
according to specifications.
Specifications and proposal
forms may be obtained from
the office of Purchasing
Agent, City Hall, Revere,
Massachusetts, from April
9, 2009 upon receipt of a
$25 refundable deposit in
the form of a certified check
or equivalent payable to
City of Revere. A refund of
the deposit will be made
for documents returned in
good condition within 30
days from the bid opening
date. Bidders requesting
contract documents to be
mailed to them shall include
a separate certified check or
equivalent for $10.00 per
set, to cover mailing and
handling costs. Specifications
may be examined at the of-
fice of the Purchasing Agent
at Revere City Hall. For addi-
tional information about the
project, please contact John
Cherian at the Department
of Planning and Community
Development, Revere City
Hall, 781-286-8186.
Each bidder must deposit
with his bid, a Bid Bond or
a Certified or Treasurer’s
check from a Bank or Trust
Company or Money Order
of not less than five percent
(5%) of his bid. The selected
contractor shall provide
Performance and Payment
Bonds in the full amount of
contract price. The right is
reserves to reject any or all
bids or any part of a bid,
which in the opinion of the
City Purchasing Agent is most
advantageous to the City of
Revere.
The Massachusetts Highway
Department, Construction
Contracts Engineer, Room
6260, 10 Park Plaza, Boston,
MA 02116 must pre-qualify
all bidders. Bidders must fill
out a Request for Proposal
Form (R109), available from
MHD, and submit this to the
Pre-qualification office to
receive a “Certificate of Ap-
proval” form. The contractor
must present the “Certificate
of Approval” to the City
Purchasing Agent to receive
official bid documents.
Attention of bidders is
particularly called to the
requirements as to condi-
tions of employment to be
observed and minimum
wage rates to be paid
under the contract that the
contractor must ensure the
employees and applicants
for employment are not dis-
criminated against because
of their race, color, religion,
sex or national origin under
Executive Order 11246, as
amended. The successful
bidder shall be required to
comply with Section 3 of
HUD Regulations relative to
the project area and local
concern when applicable and
all pertinent Federal and
State Laws. The City of Re-
vere is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. It is the Policy of
the City of Revere to take
positive steps to maximize
the utilization of Minority
Business Enterprises. The City
of Revere has established a
goal of ten percent (10%)
participation of Minority
Business Enterprises in all
construction projects.
No bidder may withdraw his
bid within thirty (30) days
after the actual date of the
opening thereof. This invita-
tion for bid is in accordance
with M.G.L. Chapter 30 ss
39M.
Marie Zelandi
Purchasing Agent
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND FAMILY
COURT
NOTICE OF
PETITION FOR
PROBATE OF WILL
In the Estate
Of MURIEL V.
SHANNON
Late of REVERE
Date of Death:
January 16, 2009
To all persons interested in
the above captioned estate,
a petition has been
presented requesting that a
document purporting to be
the last will of said decedent
be proved and allowed and
that Muriel V. Whenal of East
Lynn, MA and Paul J. Shan-
non Jr. of Wakefield, MA
be appointed executrix and
executor, named in the will
to serve Without Surety.
IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT
THERETO, YOU OR YOUR
ATTORNEY MUST FILE A WRIT-
TEN APPEARANCE IN SAID
COURT: AT BOSTON ON OR
BEFORE TEN O’CLOCK IN THE
MORNING (10:00 A.M.) ON
April 23, 2009.
In addition, you must file
a written affidavit of objec-
tions to the petition, stating
specific facts and grounds
upon which the objection
is based, within (30) days
after the return day (or such
other time as the court, on
motion with notice to the
petitioner, may allow) in
accordance with Probate
Rule 16.
WITNESS, HON. JOHN M.
SMOOT, First Justice of said
Court.
Date: March 23, 2009
Richard Iannella,
Register of Probate
4/8
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LEGAL NOTICE
Public Hearing
Notice is hereby given that
the Revere City Council will
conduct a public hearing on
Monday afternoon, April
27, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. in
the City Councillor Joseph
A. DelGrosso City Council
Chamber of Revere City
Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere,
Massachusetts relative to
the following loan order for
Sewer & Stormwater Drain
System Planning:
LOAN ORDER
ORDERED: that $575,000 be
appropriated for the cost of
engineering services for a
Sewer & Stormwater Drain
System Planning Project;
that to meet this appropria-
tion the Treasurer with the
approval of the Mayor
be authorized to borrow
$575,000 under G.L. c.44 or
any other enabling author-
ity; that the Treasurer with
the approval of the Mayor
be authorized to borrow all
or a portion of such amount
from the Massachusetts
Water pollution Abate-
ment Trust (the “Trust”)
established pursuant to G.L.
c. 29C or the Massachusetts
Water Resources Authority
(the “Authority”) and in
connection therewith to
enter into a loan agreement
and/or a security agreement
with the Trust and a loan
agreement and/or financial
assistance agreement with
the Authority and otherwise
to contract with the Trust, the
Authority, the Department
of Environmental Protection
or any other federal or state
entity with respect to such
loan and for any federal or
state aid available for the
project or for the financing
thereof; that the Mayor be
authorized to enter into a
project regulatory agree-
ment with the Department of
Environmental Protection, to
expend all funds available
for the project and to take
any other action necessary
to carry out the project.;
and that the Treasurer be
authorized to file an ap-
plication with the Municipal
Finance Oversight Board to
qualify under G.L. c. 44A
any or all of the bonds and
to provide such information
and execute such documents
as the Board may require for
these purposes.
Attest:
John J. Henry
City Clerk
4/8
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
MEETING
Notice is hereby given in
accordance with Section 23A
of Chapter 38 of the General
Laws, that a meeting of the
Revere Housing Authority
will be held in EXECUTIVE
SESSION at 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
at Revere Housing Authority,
Administration Office, 70
Cooledge Street, Revere,
Massachusetts.
REVERE HOUSING
AUTHORITY
By: Linda M. Shaw
Executive Director
4/8
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LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLIC
HEARING
C-09-07
Notice is hereby given in
accordance with the provi-
sions of Chapter 40A of the
Massachusetts General Laws
and Title 17, Chapter 17.40,
Section 17.40.030 of the
Revised Ordinances of the
City of Revere that the Revere
City Council will conduct a
public hearing on Monday
afternoon, April 27, 2009 at
4:00 p.m. in the City Council-
lor Joseph A. DelGrosso City
Council Chamber of Revere
City Hall on the application
of Jay Epsimos, 350 Revere
Beach Boulevard, Revere,
Massachusetts for a special
permit to convert an existing
nonconforming structure on
Lots A, B, and C at 71 North
Shore Road, Revere, Mas-
sachusetts to allow the use
of the structure for a senior
citizen adult day care facility.
A copy of the aforementioned
proposed plan and applica-
tion (C-09-07) is on file and
available for public inspection
in the office of the City Clerk,
Revere City Hall, Revere, Mas-
sachusetts, Monday through
Thursday from 8:15 A.M. to
5:00 P.M. and Friday from
8:15 A.M. to 12:15 P.M.
Attest,
John J. Henry
City Clerk
4/8, 4/15
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LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLIC
HEARING
C-09-08
Also See
A-05-14
A-05-23
Notice is hereby given in
accordance with the provi-
sions of Chapter 40A of the
Massachusetts General Laws
and Title 17, Chapter 17.40,
Section 17.40.030 of the
Revised Ordinances of the
City of Revere that the Revere
City Council will conduct a
public hearing on Monday
afternoon, April 27, 2009 at
4:00 p.m. in the City Council-
lor Joseph A. DelGrosso City
Council Chamber of Revere
City Hall on the application
of Dennis Razis and Emanual
Belibasakis, 26 South Gate
Park, Newton, Massachusetts
requesting a special permit
to raze an existing structure
on Lot 11 at 516 Beach
Street, Revere, Massachusetts
and expand the previous
nonconforming structure by
increasing the height of the
new structure and expanding
the number of dwelling units
to three.
A copy of the aforementioned
proposed plan and applica-
tion (C-09-08) is on file and
available for public inspection
in the office of the City Clerk,
Revere City Hall, Revere, Mas-
sachusetts, Monday through
Thursday from 8:15 A.M. to
5:00 P.M. and Friday from
8:15 A.M. to 12:15 P.M.
Attest,
John J. Henry,
City Clerk
4/1, 4/8
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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 Nixon Jimenez to Wash-
ington Mutual Bank, FA,
dated February 11, 2005 and
registered with the Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No.751276 as noted on
Certificate of Title No.
120193 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 36470,
Page 81, of which mortgage
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Co. 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 3:00 p.m. on April
27, 2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 296
Squire Road, Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, all
and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land with the buildings
thereon, situated in Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, bounded and described
as follows:
NORTHEASTERLY by Squire
Road, fifty-three and 52/100
(53.52)feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY by lot 67-A
as shown on plan hereinaf-
ter mentioned, sixty-five and
99/100 (65.99) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY by lot 63-A
as shown on said plan, fifty-
eight and 63/100 (58.63)
feet; and
NORTHWESTERLY by land
now or formerly of Squire
Real Estate Trust, sixty-seven
and 62/100 (67.62) feet.
Said land is shown as 65-A
on a subdivision plan drawn
by George S. Burnett, Civil
Engineer, dated April 20,
1949, as approved by the
Court, filed in the Land
Registration Office as plan
No. 7278-2, a copy of a
portion of which is filed with
Certificate of Title No. 51106.
The above land is subject to
a taking by the Common-
wealth of Massachusetts,
Department of Public Works,
for laying out State Highway
known as Squire Road, dated
April 14,1936, filed and
registered as Document No.
129145.
Also another parcel situated
in said Revere and being
shown as Lot No. 65B on a
plan entitled, ‘’Subdivision
of Land shown on Plan No.
727BQ’’ drawn by George S.
Burnett, Civil Engineer, dated
April 20, 1949, recorded with
Suffolk Deeds at the end of
Book 6512, and bounded
and described as follows:
NORTHEASTERLY by Squire
Road, Forty-one and 52/100
(41.52) feet;
NORTHWESTERLY by
Derby Road, sixty-eight and
55/100 (68.55) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY by Lot
63B, as shown on said
plan, thirty-six and 37/100
(36.37) feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY by Lot No.
65A, as shown on said plan,
sixty seven and 62/100
(67.62) feet.
Containing twenty-six
hundred forty-five (2,645)
square feet of land, more
or less and all according to
said plan.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed registered with Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No. 670415, as noted on Cer-
tificate of Title No. 120193
and recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds at
Book 33244, Page 153.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST CO.
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
200709-1363 - GRY
4/1, 4/8, 4/15
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 Meagan Malboeuf
a/k/a Meagan B. Malboeuf
to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc.,
dated August 31, 2005 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds at
Book 37985, Page 184, of
which mortgage Countrywide
Home Loans, Inc. is the pres-
ent holder, for breach of the
conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will
be sold at Public Auction
at 11:00 a.m. on April 30,
2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 19
Neponset Street, Revere, Suf-
folk County, Massachusetts,
all and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
A certain parcel of land with
the buildings thereon situ-
ated in Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts and
being lots 177 and 178 on
plan of Ocean View Park
made by Elmer G. Mann,
Surveyor dated August 14,
1901 and recorded with
Suffolk Deeds at the end of
Book 2774 and bounded and
described as follows:
Southerly by Neponset
Street, sixty (60) feet;
Westerly by lot 176 on said
plan, eighty (80) feet;
Northerly by lots 158 and
159 on said plan, sixty (60)
feet;
Easterly by lot 179 on said
plan, eighty (80) feet.
For mortgagor’s title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 23813, Page 125.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC.
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
200810-0207 - GRN
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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 Joseph J. C. Ristino to
Home123 Corporation ,
dated March 27, 2006 and
registered with the Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No.718176 as noted on Cer-
tificate of Title No. 109600,
of which mortgage US Bank
National Association, as
Trustee for Asset-Backed
Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2006-NC1 is the pres-
ent holder, for breach of the
conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will be
sold at Public Auction at 2:00
p.m. on May 1, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 30 Amelia Place, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
That certian parcel of land,
with the buildings thereon,
situated in Revere, County of
Suffolk and Commonwealth
of Massachusetts, bounded
and described as follows:
Southeasterly by Amelia
Place, eighty (80) feet;
Southwesterly by lot 19 as
shown on plan herinafter
mentioned, one hundred and
50/100 (100.50) feet;
Northwesterly by land now
or formerly of Washington
Development Corp., eighty
(80) feet; and
Northeasterly by lot 21
as shown on said plan,
one hundred and 50/100
(100.50) feet.
Said land is shown as lot
20 on a subdivision plan
drawn by Francesco DeIeso,
Surveyor, dated September
4, 1964 as approved by
the Court, filed in the Land
Registration Office as plan
No. 30446-C, a copy of a
portion of which is filed
with Certificate of Title No.
73493.
So much of the above
described land as is included
within the area marked
‘’Sewer Easement,’’ ap-
proximately shown on said
plan is subject to easements
as set forth in three grants
made by John Francis Man-
ning to the City of Revere, all
dated March 10, 1958, duly
recorded in Book 7301 Pages
92, 94 and 95, respectively,
and to any other rights
which exist at date of orginal
decree.
The above described land
is subject to the right set
forth in Grant from the
Washington Development
Corp., to Massachusetts
Electric Company, dated
September 22, 1964, filed
and registered as Document
No. 270994.
For mortgagor’s title see
deed registered with Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No. 526249, as noted on
Certificate of Title No.
109600.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR ASSET-BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-NC1
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Alfredo T. Romero and
Anthony S. Gonzales to Mort-
gage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated January
30, 2007 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 41218,
Page 47, of which mortgage
Bank of America, National
Association successor by
merger to LaSalle Bank
National Association, as
Trustee for Merrill Lynch
First Franklin Mortgage Loan
Trust, Mortgage Loan Asset-
Backed Certificates, Series
2007-1 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 1:00 p.m. on May
6, 2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 379
Beach Street, Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, all
and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND
SITUATE ON BEACH STREET,
REVERE, SUFFOLK COUNTY,
MASSACHUSETTS, THE SAME
BEING SHOWN AS LOTS 2A
AND 2B ON A PLAN DULY
RECORDED IN SUFFOLK
REGISTRY OF DEEDS, BOOK
4209 END, AND SAID LOTS
2A AND ARE TOGETHER
BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
NORTHERLY BY BEACH
STREET, SIXTY (60.00) FEET;
EASTERLY BY LAND NOW
OR FORMERLY OF BIRD
ESTATE, AS SHOWN ON SAID
PLAN, ONE HUNDRED FORTY-
FOUR AND 47/100 (144.47)
FEET;
SOUTHERLY
BY LOT 10A AS SHOWN ON
SAID PLAN, SIXTY-THREE AND
1/10 (63.10) FEET; AND
WESTERLY
BY LAND NOW OR FORMERLY
OF RONAN, AS SHOWN ON
SAID PLAN, ONE HUNDRED
TWENTY-FOUR AND 91/100
(124.91) FEET.
SAID LOT 2B CONTAINS 4,188
SQUARE FEET AND SAID LOT
2A CONTAINS 3,893 SQUARE
FEET; BE ANY OF SAID
CONTENTS OR MEASURE-
MENTS MORE OR LESS ALL
ACCORDING TO SAID PLAN.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 41218, Page 45.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
BANK OF AMERICA,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO LASALLE BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR MERRILL
LYNCH FIRST FRANKLIN
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST,
MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2007-1
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Marcelo C. Carlos to Long
Beach Mortgage Company,
dated August 20, 2004 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds at
Book 35301, Page 127, of
which mortgage Deutsche
Bank National Trust Com-
pany, as Trustee for Long
Beach Mortgage Loan Trust
2004-6 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 3:00 p.m. on April
10, 2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 233
North Shore Road, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
A CERTAIN PARCEL OF
LAND WITH THE BUILDINGS
THEREON, SITUATED IN
REVERE SUFFOLK COUNTY,
MASSACHUSETTS, BEING
SHOWN AS LOTS 302, 303
AND 304 ON THE PLAN
ENTITLED, ‘’PLAN OF
RIVERSIDE, POINT OF
PINES, REVERE, MASS.’’. BY
WHITMAN AND HOWARD,
CIVIL ENGINEERS, DATED
MAY, 1921, RECORDED AND
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
SOUTHEASTERLY BY NORTH
SHORE ROAD, AS SHOWN
ON SAID PLAN, SIXTY -SEVEN
AND 3/100 (67.03) FEET;
SOUTHWESTERLY BY LOT
305, AS SHOWN ON SAID
PLAN, EIGHTY-ONE AND
70/100 (81.70) FEET:
NORTHWESTERLY BY PART
OF LOT 301 AS SHOWN ON
SAID PLAN, SIXTY-THREE AND
51/100 (63.51) FEET:
NORTHEASTERLY BY BECKERT
AVENUE, AS SHOWN ON SAID
PLAN, EIGHTY (80) FEET.
CONTAINING 5,259 SQUARE
FEET, MORE OR LESS ALL
ACCORDING TO SAID PLAN.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 35301, Page 126. See
current Deed in Book 38684,
Page 216.
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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR LONG BEACH
MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2004-6
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Nicolas Quinones, Sr.
and Mary M. Quinones to
Sovereign Bank, dated May
25, 2007 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 41859,
Page 299 of which the
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 02:00 PM on April 30,
2009 at 72 Park Avenue,
Revere, MA, all and singular
the premises described in
said Mortgage, to wit:
A certain parcel of land with
the buildings thereon, situ-
ated in said Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, being
lot marked “1” on Plan by
W.J.C. Semple, dated Decem-
ber 21, 1904, recorded with
Suffolk Deeds, Book 3011
Page 573, bounded and
described as follows:
Northerly by Parkway, forty
five (45) feet;
Southeasterly by Foster
Street, by a straight line,
thirty seven and 25/100 feet
(37.25); and by a curved
line, fifty (50) feet;
Southerly by lot marked “J”
on said plan, fifty four and
49/100 (54.49) feet; and
Northwesterly by lot marked
“H” on said plan, one
hundred three and 93/100
(103.93) feet.
For title reference see Deed
recorded with Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds, herewith.
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, munici-
pal 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 or bank
treasurer’s check will be re-
quired to be delivered at or
before the time the bid is of-
fered. 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.
Sovereign Bank
Present Holder of said
Mortgage,
By Its Attorneys,
Orlans Moran PLLC
P.O. Box 962169
Boston, MA 02196
Phone: (617) 502-4100
4/8, 4/15, 4/22
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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 Adelaida Napolitano to
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,
dated May 3, 2005 and
registered with the Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No. 701201, as noted on Cer-
tificate of Title No. 120393,
of which mortgage U.S.
Bank National Association,
as Trustee for the holders
of Citigroup Mortgage Loan
Trust Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-
Through Certificates Series
2005-WF2 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 1:00
p.m. on May 4, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 115 Ridge Road a/k/a
119 Ridge Road, Revere, Suf-
folk County, Massachusetts,
all and singular the premises
described in said mortgage,
TO WIT:
Revere, Suffolk County,
Massachusetts, bounded and
described as follows:
SOUTHWESTERLY: by Ridge
Road, fifty five (55) feet;
NORTHWESTERLY: by Lot
184 as shown on the plan
hereinafter mentioned,
ninety eight (98) feet.
NORTHEASTERLY: by Lots
138 & 139 as shown on said
plan, fifty-five (55) feet,
SOUTHEASTERLY: by Homer
Street, ninety eight (98)
feet.
Said land is shown as
Lots 182 & 183 on the
subdivision plan drawn by
Whitman & Howard, Civil
Engineers, dated September
18, 1917, as approved by
the Court and filed with the
Land Registration Office,
Plan No. 3343-C, a copy of a
portion of which is filed with
Certificate of Title 9474.
The above described land is
subject to the right reserved
in the deed from Fred W.
Wood at al Atrustees to
Katherine T. Dagleman dated
July 24, 1930 and filed and
registered as Document
101524.
Being the premises described
in Certificate of Title 52809,
Book 260, Page 9, Registry
District of Suffolk County,
Massachusetts.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed registered with Suffolk
County Registry District of
the Land Court as Document
No. 674857, as noted on Cer-
tificate of Title No. 120393.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE
HOLDERS OF
CITIGROUP MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST INC.,
ASSET-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-WF2
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
4/8, 4/15, 4/22
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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 Jose Morales and Sonia
Acosta to Mortgage Elec-
tronic Registration Systems,
Inc., dated December 20,
2005 and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds at Book 38749, Page
52, of which mortgage US
Bank National Association,
as Trustee for MASTR Asset
Backed Securities Trust,
2006-FRE2 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 9:00
a.m. on April 15, 2009, on
the mortgaged premises lo-
cated at 79 Thurlow Avenue,
Revere, Suffolk County, Mas-
sachusetts, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in said Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, being lot 41 as shown
on a plan of Ocean View
Manor, dated April 1,1916,
Whitman and Hayward, Civil
Engineers, recorded with Suf-
folk Deeds, book 3951, page
301 bounded and described
as follows:
WESTERLY: by Thurlow av-
enue, Forty-four and 54/100
(44.54) Feet;
NORTHERLY: by Lots 42 and
43 on said plan, One Hun-
dred and Four and 95/100
(104.95) feet;
EASTERLY: by land now or
formerly of the Harris Estate,
Forty-four and 60/100
(44.60)
SOUTHERLY: by Lot 40 on
said plan, One Hundred and
two and 65/100 (102.65)
feet.
Containing 4625 spuare
feet of land according to
said plan
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 35692, Page 029.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE
FOR MASTR ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES
TRUST, 2006-FRE2
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Luz E. Morales and
Jean J. Ruben to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated October
5, 2005 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 38203,
Page 257, of which mortgage
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as
Trustee to Morgan Stanley
Capital ABS Capital I, Inc
series 2006-HE1, Mortgage
Pass Through Certificates,
series 2006-HE1 is the pres-
ent holder, 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 May 1, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 58-60 Bradstreet Avenue,
Revere, Suffolk County, Mas-
sachusetts, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage,
TO WIT:
Property Address: 58-60
Bradstreet Avenue, Revere,
Massachusetts 02151
The land in Revere, Suffolk
County, Massachusetts, with
the buildings thereon being
a certain parcel of land situ-
ated on the northerly side of
Bradstreet Avenue, in that
part of Revere called Beach-
mont, being lot numbered
15 on Block ‘’J’’ on the plan
entitled, ‘’Plan of Sect. ‘’E’’
Sea Shore Division of Orient
Heights, Revere, Mass.,
belonging to the Boston Land
Co.’’ recorded with Suffolk
Deeds at end of Book 1284.
Said parcel of land is
bounded and described as
follows:
SOUTHERLY by Bradstreet
Avenue, sixty and 00/100
(60.00) feet;
WESTERLY by lot numbered
14 on said Block, seventy
four and 86/100 (74.86)
feet;
NORTHERLY by lots
numbered six and seven on
said Block, sixty and 27/100
(60.27) feet.
EASTERLY by lot numbered
16 on said Block, eighty and
60/100 (80.60) feet.
Containing about 4,664
square feet, more or less.
For title see Deed recorded
prior hereto and herewith.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 38203, Page 255.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE TO
MORGAN STANLEY
CAPITAL ABS
CAPITAL I, INC SERIES
2006-HE1, MORTGAGE
PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-HE1
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
4/8, 4/15, 4/22
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LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
REVIEW
PROJECT:
Mill Creek Ecological
Improvements
LOCATION:
1040 Revere Beach
Parkway,
City of Chelsea an
City of Revere
PROPONENT:
Chelsea Greenspace and
Recreation Committee
The undersigned is submit-
ting an Environmental Noti-
fication Form (“ENF”) to the
Secretary of Environmental
Affairs on or before
March 31st, 2009
This will initiate review of
the above project pursuant
to the Massachusetts
Environmental Policy Act
(“MEPA”, M.G.L. c. 30, s.s.
61, 62 62H). Copies of the
ENF may be obtained from:
Kenneth P. Fields
Tetra Tech EC, Inc.,
133 Federal Street, 6th
Floor, Boston, MA 02110
617-457-8279, ken.fields@
tteci.com
Copies of the ENF are
also being sent to the
Conservation Commission
and Planning Board of
City of Chelsea and City of
Revere where they may be
inspected.
The Secretary of Environ-
mental Affairs will publish
notice of the ENF in the
Environmental Monitor, will
receive public comments on
the project for 20 days, and
will then decide, within ten
days, if an environmental
Impact Report is needed. A
site visit and consultation
session on the project may
also be scheduled. All per-
sons wishing to comment on
the project, or to be notified
of a site visit or consultation
session, should write to the
Secretary of Environmental
Affairs, 100 Cambridge St.,
Suite 900, Boston, Mas-
sachusetts 02114, Attention:
MEPA Office, referencing the
above project.
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Happy Holidays
and Best Wishes
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Ward 2
City Council Candidate
City Council Ward 2
Ira Novoselsky
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ED MARKEY
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CAROL TYE
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Elder Affairs
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happy holiday
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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 Rosemarie Schofield to
Mortgage Electronic Registra-
tion Systems, Inc., dated
May 9, 2006 and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at Book
39597, Page 1, of which
mortgage U.S. Bank National
Association as Trustee is the
present holder, for breach of
the conditions of said mort-
gage and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will be
sold at Public Auction at 4:00
p.m. on May 6, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 295 Vane Street, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land in said Revere,
together with the buildings
thereon, situated on Vane
Street and being shown as
Lots No. 391 and No. 392 on
a plan of land ‘’The Heights,
Revere, Mass.’’, drawn by
J.A. Latham, Surveyor, dated
May 1894, recorded with the
Suffolk Registry of Deedsa t
the end of Book 2198.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 36600, Page 264.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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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 Monica R. Soares to
Mortgage Electronic Registra-
tion Systems, Inc., dated
February 28, 2006 and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds at
Book 39157, Page 211, of
which mortgage Countrywide
Home Loans, Inc. is the pres-
ent holder, for breach of the
conditions of said mortgage
and for the purpose of
foreclosing, the same will be
sold at Public Auction at 2:00
p.m. on May 6, 2009, on the
mortgaged premises located
at 26 Arcadia Street, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
A certain parcel of land
situated on Arcadia Street in
that part of Revere, Suffolk
Couty, Massachusetts, called
Oak Island and being Lots
10 an 11 as shown on a
‘Plan of Oak Island Grove,
Revere, Mass., owned by
John E.V. Hayden and John
H. Kelley, Trustees, E.G.
Mann, C.E., September 1906’
and recorded with Suffolk
Deeds in Book 3230, Page
620, bounded and described
as follows:
NORTHWESTERLY by Arcadia
Street, forty (40 feet;
NORTHEASTERLY by Lot 9 on
said plan, eighty (80) feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY by land
of the Boston and Maine
railroad, forty (40) feet and
SOUTHWESTERLY by lot 12 on
said plan, eighty (80) feet.
Containing 3200 square feet
of land.
Being the same premises
conveyed to me by deed
recorded with said Deeds at
Book 33588 Page 3.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 33588, Page 3.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC.
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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LEGAL NOTICE
MORTGAGEE’S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of and in execution
of the Power of Sale con-
tained in a certain mortgage
given by Sirlei Silva and
Isabel Guimaraes to Argent
Mortgage Company, LLC,
dated September 7, 2005
and registered with the
Suffolk County Registry
District of the Land Court
as Document Number
00707600 and noted on
Certificate of Title Number
122518, Page 808 of which
mortgage Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company,
as Trustee, in trust for the
registered holders of Argent
Securities Inc., Asset-Backed
Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2005-W4, is the pres-
ent holder by assignment,
for breach of conditions
of said mortgage and for
the purpose of foreclosing
the same, the mortgaged
premises located at 54 Dale
Street, Revere, MA will be
sold at a Public Auction at
3:00 PM on April 28, 2009,
at the mortgaged premises,
more particularly described
below, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage, to wit:
That certain parcel of land
situated in Revere in the
County of Suffolk and Com-
monwealth of Massachusetts,
situated on Dale Street. Said
land is shown as Lot 5 on a
subdivision plan drawn by
David Calichman, Surveyor,
dated April 9, 1955, as
approved by the Court, filed
in the Land Registration
Office as Plan No. 23652-C.
A copy of a portion of which
is filed with Certificate of
Title No. 61262. The certain
parcel of land with the
building thereon situated
in Revere in the County of
Suffolk and said Common-
wealth described as follows:
Northerly: by the Southerly
line of Dale Street, fifty eight
and 80/100 (58.80) feet;
Easterly: by land now or
formerly of Claude W. Pate,
ninety seven and 75/100
(97.75) feet; Southwesterly:
by land now or formerly of
Earle S. Seaboyer, sixty and
91/100 (60.91) feet; and
Westerly: by Lot as shown on
plan hereinafter mentioned,
eighty one and 85/100
(81.85) feet.
For mortgagor’s title see
deed registered with the Suf-
folk County Registry District
of the Land Court as Docu-
ment Number 00707599 and
noted on Certificate of Title
Number 122518.
The premises will be sold
subject to any and all unpaid
taxes and other municipal
assessments and liens, and
subject to prior liens or other
enforceable encumbrances of
record entitled to precedence
over this mortgage, and sub-
ject to and with the benefit
of all easements, restrictions,
reservations and conditions
of record and subject to all
tenancies and/or rights of
parties in possession.
Terms of the Sale: Cash,
cashier’s or certified check in
the sum of $5,000.00 as a
deposit must be shown at the
time and place of the sale in
order to qualify as a bidder
(the mortgage holder and
its designee(s) are exempt
from this requirement);
high bidder to sign written
Memorandum of Sale upon
acceptance of bid; balance
of purchase price payable
in cash or current funds in
thirty (30) days from the
date of the sale at the offices
of mortgagee’s attorney,
Korde & Associates, P.C., 321
Billerica Road, Suite 210,
Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100,
or such other time as may be
designated by mortgagee.
The description for the
premises contained in said
mortgage shall control in
the event of a typographical
error in this publication.
Other terms to be announced
at the sale.
Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as Trustee,
in trust for the registered
holders of Argent Securities
Inc., Asset-Backed Pass-
Through Certificates,
Series 2005-W4
Korde & Associates, P.C.
321 Billerica Road,
Suite 210
Chelmsford, MA 01824-4100
(978) 256-1500
(08-02460F/AHM/Silva)
04/01/09, 04/08/09,
04/15/09
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LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF
THE TRIAL COURT
To:
Case No. 387970
Maria E. Velasquez
and to all persons entitled
to the benefit of the Service-
members Civil Relief Act.
The Bank of New York Mel-
lon Trust Company NA, fka
The Bank of New York Trust
Company, NA as Successor
in interest to JP Morgan
Chase Bank NA, as Trustee
for Nomura Asset Acceptance
Corporation Mortgage Pass
Through Certificates, Series
2004-AR2
claiming to be the holder of
a Mortgage covering real
property in Revere,
numbered 229 Mountain
Avenue given by Maria
E. Velasquez to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., dated May 21,
2004, and recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry of
Deeds at Book 34600, Page
253 and now held by the
plaintiff by assignment
has filed with said court a
complaint for authority to
foreclose said mortgage
in the manner following: by
entry and possession and
exercise of power of sale.
If you are entitled to the ben-
efits of the Servicemembers
Civil Relief Act as amended
and you object to such
foreclosure you or your at-
torney should file a written
appearance and answer in
said court at Boston on or
before the 11th day of May
2009 or you may be forever
barred from claiming that
such foreclosure is invalid
under said act.
Witness, KARYN F. SCHEIER,
Chief Justice of said Court on
the 24th day of March 2009
Attest:
DEBORAH J. PATTERSON
RECORDER
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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 Edwin A. Segovia and An-
gela M. Quintanilla to Chase
Bank USA, N.A., dated April
20, 2006 and recorded with
the Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds at Book 39447,
Page 271, of which mortgage
Chase Home Finance LLC
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 5:00 p.m. on April
29, 2009, on the mortgaged
premises located at 37-39
Franklin Avenue, Revere,
Suffolk County, Massachu-
setts, all and singular the
premises described in said
mortgage,
TO WIT:
The land with the buildings
thereon situated in said
Revere, Being Lot C on a sib-
division plan drawn by Allen
Tuck & Co., Engineer dated
March 14, 1917 and recorded
with Suffolk Deeds in Book
4021 Page 265 bounded and
described as follows:
NORTHEASTERLY by Franklin
Avenue forty (40) feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY by Lot B
on said plan, one hundred
thirty (130) feet;
SOUTHWESTERLY by Lots 64
and 63 on a plan recorded
with the Suffolk Deeds at the
end of Book 1213, forty (40)
feet; and
NORTHWESTERLY by Lot D on
the first mentioned plan, one
hundred thirty (130) feet.
Containing 5200 square feet
of land more or less.
For mortgagor’s(s’) title see
deed recorded with Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds in
Book 34058, Page 163.
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 Ten Thousand
($10,000.00 ) 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, Massachu-
setts 02458, or by mail to
P.O. Box 610389, Newton
Highlands, Massachusetts
02461-0389, within thirty
(30) days from the date of
sale. Deed will be provided
to purchaser for record-
ing 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.
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
Present holder of said
mortgage
By its Attorneys,
HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.
150 California Street
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 558-0500
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Tuan Pham, Merouane Limani, Nohalia
Halty, Asmaa Belhaouari, Tiffany Marti-
nez, Katherine Castro and Sheyla Zeher.
JOURNALISM TEACHER:
Rochelle Stewart
RMA PRINCIPAL
Cindy Evans
JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE
Seth Daniel
VOL. 2, ISSUE NO. 3
This page is the product of the new learning partnership between
the Rumney Marsh Academy Journalism program and the Revere
Journal. The page is written, photographed, designed and edited by
members of the journalism class once a month under the direction
of their teacher, Rochelle Stewart. Staff members from the Journal
offer suggestions, give tips and perform the final layout of the page.
We’re hoping it’s the beginning of a long-lasting partnership with
the schools and the journalism program in particular.
Rumney Marsh Academy, 140 American Legion Highway, Revere, MA
Cardio dance
aerobic class
is a big hit
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Students in the Rumney Marsh Academy (RMA)
recently announced its Aspirers for 2009. A lot of stu-
dents in Rumney Marsh Academy have been working
very hard to get a spot in the Aspirers club. There are
some Aspirers from last year but this year the club
gained new, hard working students.
The eighth grade Aspirers are Raychel Adreani, Ali-
za Anderson, Taylor Arellano, Sydney Barnes, Chelsea
Bryson, Gianna Bua, Nicole Capozzi, Nicole Chinos,
Corrine Cochrane, Shannon Cochrane, Marilisa DiCh-
iara, Kane DiMasso-Scott, Christina Guerrero, Osman
Mandzo, Maggie Maurin, Nicholas Mucci, Mladen
Pepic, Juan Quintero-Tapasco, Haley Roberts, Keanu
Rodriguez, Karim Sahila, Janel Sasso, Tanya Stasio,
William Truong, Alexander Tuazon, Anderson Vane-
gas, and Kaela Winer.
The new seventh grade Aspires are, John Dello Rus-
so, Logan DiCarlo, Victoria Guarino, Lauren Hayes,
Brittani Napoli, Alejandro Rojas Matthew Roncevich
and Yulia Santa. Becoming an Aspirer is not as easy
as you may think.
According to Ann McLaughlin, Aspirers advisor,
to become an Aspirer you must earn good grades, if
you get A’s it would be much better because you would
have a better possibility of getting into the Aspirers.
Eighth grade Aspirer, Aliza Anderson said, “It’s an
honor to be an Aspirer. To become an Aspirer I needed
to work really hard doing community service.” Being
an Aspirer means that you’re hardworking, respectful,
and a role model.
Seventh grader John Dello Russo, said “It feels very
good to know that I’m an aspirer, it tells me that my
hard work pay off.”
“All aspires have to community service”, accord-
ing to McLaughlin. The seventh graders have to do
five hours in school and five hours outside of school.
Eighth grade Aspirers have to do ten hours inside
school and outside. Some examples of community ser-
vices are doing the walk for hunger, helping teachers
after school, participating in the Helping Hands Com-
munity Service Club and recycling.
New Year, New Aspirers
Pictured above are the members of the eighth-grade Aspirers Club.
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About two months ago students
started to come before school and
after school to use the gym to
play basketball. Instead of paying
real money, students pay Rumney
Money. It costs two Rumney Bucks
for after school, and one Rumney
Buck for before school.
Rumney Bucks are fake dollar
bills with the faces of the principals
of the RMA on them. Students get
them by “getting caught in the act”,
or doing something courteous. All
the teachers have them and can give
them out as they please. At this mo-
ment you can spend these bucks on
pencils from the school store, and
you can also use them as admission
to after school activities! For ex-
ample, the RMA has a basketball
program; you can play basketball
afterschool until 3:30 for the price
of two Rumney Bucks, or before
school until 7:40 for a price of one
Rumney Buck.
Frank Shea, the RMA gym teach-
er, isn’t in the gym before or after
school, even though it is his room.
He said Eric Castriano, organizer
of extended gym time, monitors the
gym before and after school.
Castriano said he thinks before
and after school gym time is a suc-
cess based on the huge pile of the
Rumney Money he has collected
from extra gym time! He also said
that there are about 10-12 students
a day who go in the morning and
even more afterschool.
Why would students go before
school? Castriano thinks “it is a
nice stress reliever. It is a time
when kids don’t have to worry
about class work.”
Seventh-grader Douglas Zingali
goes to the extended gym time in
the morning and pays the fee of one
Rumney Buck. “My favorite thing
to do there is play basketball with
friends” said Zingalli. He thinks
extended gym time is not the best
way to spend Rumney Money. He
thinks we should be able to spend
Rumney Money on things like
lunch and temporary I.D.’s (I.D’s
you get if you forget your I.D, at
a cost of 50 cents per I.D. Lastly,
Zingali thinks it costs two Rumney
bucks for afterschool because you
get more time than in the morning.
Gym time: Another reason to spend those Rumney bucks!
Students can use the RMA Gymnasium before and/or after school if they earn Rumney bucks.
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On a special day this May, a
group of people will walk for their
hungry neighbors.
They will raise money to buy
food for those who are too poor to
afford anything to eat. Every year
on this very same day, these people
walk 20 miles through Boston and
beyond.
This is the Walk for Hunger, the
oldest continual pledge walk in
Massachusetts.
The Walk has been going on
since 1969, and millions of dollars
have been donated to support the
poor and hungry.
On the 40th annual walk last
year in 2008, more than $4 million
were raised by an estimated 40,000
walkers, 2,000 volunteers, 50,000
donors, and more than 35 corporate
sponsors, according to the Project
Bread Web site.
This year’s walk will take place
on May 3. Despite the sometimes
volatile weather, walkers have
been trudging through rain, wind,
and humidity to assist their com-
munity.
Rumney Marsh Academy
(RMA) English teacher Lauren
Bagley is the leader of Walk for
Hunger activities in the RMA.
Bagley first got involved with the
Walk for Hunger when she was in
high school. This will be her fifth
walk. She said that last year RMA
raised about $5,000 and she hopes
to meet the same goal this year.
RMA Journalism teacher Ro-
chelle Stewart went on the walk
last year. She was a big fan of the
walk. When asked about her expe-
rience last year on the walk, Stew-
art said, “It was wonderful because
it was challenging because of the
mileage and rain, but the end was
a great reward.” Stewart said that
she went on the walk last year as
a chaperone with her fiancé Mike
Rubino and a couple friends. When
asked about how much money she
raised, Stewart couldn’t remem-
ber. However, she plans to take the
Walk this year.
Seventh-grader Zachary Moore
was one of the RMA students that
took the walk last year. Moore
thought the walk was enjoyable,
but thought it was very cumber-
some.
“It was very tiring and very
long,” according to Moore. When
asked about how much money he
raised last year, Moore said that he
raised about $120.
When asked about how he thinks
the walk will be like this year,
Moore replied by saying, “If I do
walk this year, I think it will be
much easier than last year.”
Moore plans on walking with his
friends on this year’s walk.
Another seventh-grader, Ben
Digulio, was also a veteran from
last year’s walk. When asked about
last year’s walk, DiGiulio said he
had a great time and a lot of fun
last year during the walk. DiGiulio
raised “a lot of money,” but forgets
the exact amount he raised. He is
hoping for better weather this year.
Last year’s Walk consisted of pour-
ing rain. This said, DiGiulio plans
on taking the walk this year, with
better weather in mind!
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Deanne Mantia, a health teacher at
the Rumney Marsh Academy (RMA),
and Rochelle Stewart, a journalism
teacher at the RMA, are teaching a new
cardio dance aerobics class Thursdays
after school in the gym. They do this
because they think it’s great exercise
it’s and healthy.
Kathy Noel, the school nurse, at
the RMA said that this after school
program will get more RMA kids in
shape if they participate. Most people
at the RMA feel the same way. They
also think that kids who participate
will be eating healthier in the cafeteria
because, they know that they can get
in shape.
Kimberlee Maniscalco, a sixth
grader at the RMA, also agrees with
the nurse and other students. She said,
“If they stick to it they will lose weight
and get healthy.”
Maria Russomando, assistant prin-
cipal of the RMA, said, “Exercise is
the best thing for everyone. It helps
your mind. Watching what you eat
and exercising helps you as a student
even up to my age.”
So what is going on at the cardio
aerobics? Well for one thing, everyone
who participates thinks that this activi-
ty is fun. It is not just fun it is healthy.
Stewart said, “The kids are learning
a hip hop dance right now. We start off
with punches and kicks. Then Ruby
Lara teaches the hip hop.”
Ruby Lara, a seventh grader here at
the RMA, says that the people partici-
pating in the cardio aerobic are learn-
ing to dance hip-hop.
Mantia, the health teacher at RMA,
says that the kids are definitely having
fun because they are not being forced
to go, they want to go. She says it is
more of a cardio aerobics/ hip-hop
class.
Not all students want to do this,
but some do. Only about 15 kids have
been going but cardio dance aerobics
is open to anyone with one Rumney
Buck and wants to have fun while
burning calories. Rumney Bucks are
fake cash incentives for RMA stu-
dents. If students are caught doing
something good, they can earn a Rum-
ney Buck. The Rumney Bucks can be
exchanged for goods and services at
the Rumney Marsh Academy.
Katherinne Castro, a sixth grader
at the RMA, said that she does not go
and she does not want to go.
On the other hand, Susan Bag-
hough, a sixth grader here at the
RMA, says,” Yes, I have participated.
It is fun.”
Now the question arises, if people
who participate in it have so much fun,
why are only 15 people going? Not
many people say it is the price of one
Rumney Buck keeping kids away.
Sheyla Zeher, sixth grader at the
RMA, said she wants to go but does
not have the time. She also said, “The
price of one Rumney Buck is not bad
because it is a reward.”
RMA preps to walk
to end hunger
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Math League has become a place to gather every Wednesday,
to show off ones skills in the field of equations.
This is a club that gathers in the cafeteria on Wednesday. Math
League was started by RMA’s math teacher, Adam Deleidi. The
whole math department is involved in the Math League. This
club is open to anyone who wants to join. There are no sign ups,
though, one just has to come and bring a pencil and their best
solving skills.
Many students come to show off their math solving skills. All
of the teachers believe that Math League is very beneficial to all
that join in on the fun.
Students such as 7th graders Alejandro Rojas and Alexander
DeRosa said that they enjoy going and participating in Math
League. Both students agree that the Math League is a challenge
that allows them to practice and use their math skills.
“I enjoy Math League because it allows me to do math after
school. Also, it gives me a challenge,” said Rojas. “On a scale of
one to 10 the problems are in the range of a one,” said Rojas. On
the other hand Alex thinks they are a little harder at a 5 or a 6.
The problems are designed to give all of the students a chal-
lenge. Math League started so students can develop a passion for
mathematics. “When students have the opportunity to work on
challenging problems in a competitive setting they are more like-
ly to develop a passion for mathematics,” Mr. Deleidi said. Mr.
Deleidi also said “Math League is beneficial to students because
they have an opportunity to do problems outside of their normal
classroom curriculum.
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The Math League scoreboards are updated each week and
posted near the school elevator.

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