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World Series: Red Sox vs. Dodgers


GAME 2: BOSTON WINS, 4-2 FBI hunts
SOX RIDE A REDEEMED PRICE sender of
Dan Shaughnessy
bombs to
D
avid Price has morphed into
Jim Lonborg/Luis Tiant/

Democrats
Josh Beckett/Jon Lester.
Dare we say Curt Schilling?
Boston’s much-maligned
$217 million southpaw — a dartboard
ornament for most of his three seasons
at Fenway — is suddenly the Mr. Octo-
ber of the Red Sox pitching staff. Hillary Clinton, Obama
After a lifetime of historic postseason
failure (zero wins in 11 postseason latest to receive devices;
starts), Price has found his playoff mojo
at the precise moment it matters most. CNN offices targeted
On the heels of his series-clinching
Game 5 masterpiece in Houston last By Devlin Barrett
MONDAY
week, Price on Wednesday dazzled the and Mark Berman
Dodgers, allowing only three hits in six WASHINGTON POST GEORGE
innings of a 4-2 Red Sox victory in Game WASHINGTON — The dis- SOROS
2 of the World Series. J.D. Martinez de- covery of five pipe bombs Katonah, N.Y.
livered the winning runs with a two-run, mailed to prominent Demo-
two-out single to right in the fifth. Sox crats, CNN, and a liberal bil-
TUESDAY
pitchers retired the final 16 Dodger bat- lionaire put much of country’s
ters. political and media establish- HILLARY
So there. The indomitable 2018 Red ment on edge Wednesday and CLINTON
Sox have won nine of their 11 playoff sent law enforcement officials Chappaqua,
games and are only two victories shy of scrambling to prevent any N.Y.
their fourth world championship in this more packages from reaching
century. The Sons of Alex Cora are their targets.
scheduled to fly to Los Angeles Thurs- The hunt for a serial mail WEDNESDAY
day and resume the quest for hardball’s bomb suspect began late Tues- BARACK
holy grail Friday at Dodger Stadium. day night when Secret Service OBAMA
The Sox have won 117 games in their personnel conducting stan- Washington
historic season and are hoping to return dard mail-screening found a
from the West Coast with the coveted pipe bomb inside a plain ma- CNN
Commissioner’s Trophy. nila envelope with a bubble- Headquarters,
Red Sox in three. Just give them the wrapped interior addressed to New York
hardware now. former secretary of state Hil- City; mail
“At least we know if things don’t go lary Clinton. A similarly pack- addressed to
well in LA, we’re coming back,’’ said Co- aged bomb was found hours former CIA
ra. later in mail addressed to for- director John
No one in New England would com- mer president Barack Obama. Brennan
plain if the Red Sox turned out the lights Neither bomb got close to
for good at Fenway on Wednesday. Play- their intended target, and nei- DEBBIE
ing hours after a spectacular rainbow ther contained a written mes- WASSERMAN
for a second consecutive night, the Bo- sage, according to law enforce- SCHULTZ
Sox battled the Dodgers for the full nine ment officials, but the twin Package was
innings and won it with a three-run fifth discoveries led to other undet-
addressed to
ex-attorney
off LA starter Hyun-Jin Ryu. onated devices being found
general Eric
Price did the rest. He no-hit the elsewhere, including in the
Holder but
Dodgers for the first three innings and mailroom at CNN’s New York had return
didn’t crack until the visitors bled him headquarters and a district of- address of
JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF
for a pair in the fourth. But that was all fice of Representative Debbie the office of
SHAUGHNESSY, Page D6 In a monster theft, Andrew Benintendi made a leaping catch in the fifth inning. Wasserman Schultz, Democrat Rep.
of Florida. Wasserman
NYPD Commissioner Schultz.

For Sox fan, parking spot app takes a villainous turn


DEVICES, Page A6

Sean P. Murphy block from Fenway Park, for just A longtime season-ticketholder price.”
$10. who lives in Amesbury, Cronin But only hours before the first
THE FINE PRINT It took only a minute for him to looked forward to ushering his pitch, SpotHero sent Cronin an e-
make the deal on SpotHero, one of two teenage daughters into base- mail marked “urgent.”

A
s soon as the Red Sox several high-tech startups that let ball heaven: Sox against the (ex- “I, unfortunately, have some
playoffs schedule was users book parking spots in ad- pletive) New York Yankees in Oc- bad news,” a SpotHero representa-
announced on Oct. 2, vance at below-market rates. tober. tive wrote. “We will have to cancel
Phil Cronin opened an SpotHero and its rivals are com- “I was thrilled,” Cronin said of . . . your reservation for tonight.”
app on his phone to reserve a peting fiercely for market share in the wizardry of SpotHero and the Wait a minute. Hadn’t SpotHe-
parking spot for a game three days what looks like the future of how deep discount for parking he had ro guaranteed the parking space
later. He found one, in a garage a we park in big cities. scored. “No parking hassles, great THE FINE PRINT, Page A9

TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/GETTY IMAGES


The stock market took another beating, with the
technology sector pummeled particularly hard. By
the time the final bell tolled, the Dow had lost 606 points,
Wakefield town center A New York bomb squad member left the
building housing CNN’s offices Wednesday.

erasing all of its 2018 gains, and the Nasdaq had entered
correction territory — down 11 percent for the year. C1. suffers a blow to the heart
Dow Nasdaq S&P
After lightning, fire, dents gathered in disbelief as work-
ers dismantled the charred remains
Utility may not hit
2.4% 4.4% 3% church is torn down under drizzling skies. One item that
date to restore gas
survived: a painting of Jesus, virtual-
By Jeremy C. Fox ly unmarked by fire, smoke, or water.
GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

WAKEFIELD — For generations,


From parishioners and parents
whose children attended preschool in
90% of those affected by
the First Baptist Church stood at the the building to residents who simply blasts still lack services
heart of this town north of Boston, its cherished its graceful presence, peo-
The US tariffs on China are be- white steeple rising high above a clas- ple here struggled to accept that the By Milton J. Valencia
ginning to hit the bottom lines sic New England common on the historic church had been damaged GLOBE STAFF

of such local companies as shore of Lake Quannapowitt. beyond repair. For many, it was a loss ANDOVER — Massachuse tts officials
iRobot. C1. On Wednesday, just hours after a that made the town center seem Wednesday cast doubt on the likelihood Colum-
massive fire ignited by a lightning bleak and unfamiliar. bia Gas would meet a Nov. 19 deadline to restore
Jay Gonzalez’s tax-heavy plat- strike engulfed the 1872 church, resi- FIRE, Page A8 service to some of the thousands of residents
form has made it difficult for who have been without heat or hot water since
Fair weather, fan the Democratic candidate for the September explosions and fires rocked the
governor to criticize Governor Merrimack Valley.
Thursday: Sunny, breezy. Charlie Baker on a pledge to Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera acknowledged
High 49-54, low 31-36. not raise taxes. B1. that the work replacing appliances and heating
Friday: Some clouds, cool. systems is going much slower than expected be-
High 49-54, low 40-45. A man is accused of imperson- cause so many older homes have plumbing or
ating a minister and stealing electrical systems that are outdated or not up to
High tide: 12:03, 12:17.
from a bridal party at a wed- code.
Sunrise: 7:09. Sunset: 5:47. ding on the Cape. B1. “We’ve been sensing the date has been in
Complete report, B9. jeopardy the last couple of days, and we owe it to
Crown Prince Mohammed of the people doing the work to get their assess-
Saudi Arabia denounced as a ment right,” Rivera said.
VOL . 294, NO. 117
“heinous crime” the murder of So far, 842 residential and business custom-
* dissident writer Jamal ers have had gas service restored, out of more
Suggested retail price Khashoggi, a slaying that Tur- than 8,400 that lost service.
$2.50 key and others have blamed on Governor Charlie Baker said emergency re-
officials close to the prince. A4. sponse officials are conducting a “where are we”
analysis and plan to issue an assessment of the
The throng of migrants, many timeline as soon as Friday.
CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF
exhausted, continued their trek “I think it’s fair to say at this point, there’s
to the United States. A5. Inspector Jack Roberto took a painting of Jesus from the church. COLUMBIA GAS, Page A8
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The Nation
Agencies got no alert on immigration crackdown
GAO report faults lack of planning, family separations tice Department for prosecu-
tion. Adults were turned over to
By Ron Nixon take steps to prepare for the re- Representative FrankPallone Immigration and Customs En-
NEW YORK TIMES sulting family separations. Staff Jr., the New Jersey Democrat forcement and placed in deten-
WA S H I N G T O N — T h e members at Health and Human who requested the report. tion facilities. Migrant children
Trump administration did not Services said their leaders told Katie Waldman, a spokes- were sent to the Department of
tell key government agencies them not to prepare for an in- woman for the Department of Health and Human Services.
about its “zero tolerance” immi- crease in children separated Homeland Security, said federal Under a 1997 court agree-
gration policy before announc- from their families because agencies had reunited thou- ment, migrant children can’t be
ing it in April, leaving the offi- Homeland Security officials sands of children with their detained more than 20 days.
cials responsible for carrying it claimed they did not have an of- families under a court order. Many of the children were
out unprepared to handle the ficial policy of separating par- “In addition, we have pre- placed in government-run shel-
resulting separations of thou- ents and children, according to vented the reunification of chil- ters thousands of miles from
sands of children from their the report, which was prepared dren with adults who were not their parents. But the report
families, according to a govern- by the Government Account- their parents, or were unsafe said that in some cases, Home-
ment report released Wednes- ability Office, Congress’ non- for children,” she said, citing re- land Security officials did not
day. partisan investigative arm. ports of child abuse or parents notify staff at the shelters that a
GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Enforcing the policy led to with criminal records. She said child had been separated from
ºThousands in caravan the separation of nearly 3,000 the administration continues to In April, Central American migrants waited to be received his or her parents. One shelter’s
continue trek toward US. A5 children from their parents, set- criminally prosecute single by US officials near the border in Tijuana, Mexico. officials told the GAO that
ting off weeks of national pro- adults apprehended at the bor- sometimes they learned a child
The Department of Home- tests, with Democrats and der. She declined to elaborate avan of migrants contains fiscal year. In total, nearly was separated only when the
land Security, which appre- many Republicans calling on on other details of the report. “Middle Easterners” and sug- 400,000 people were appre- child told them.
hends border crossers, and the President Trump to end it. He The report comes as the gested the migrants were in- hended in the 2018 fiscal year. It was not until July 6, or 16
Department of Health and Hu- eventually relented and moved Trump administration is grap- duced to make the journey by According to the GAO re- days after Trump signed an ex-
man Services, which cares for to halt the family separations, pling with thousands of mi- his Democratic opponents. port, days after Sessions an- ecutive order aimed at ending
separated migrant children, though the government strug- grants, mainly from Central Data released Tuesday by nounced the policy, leaders of the family separations and 10
were both caught off guard gled in some cases to reunite America, seeking asylum on the Customs and Border Protec- agencies at the Department of days after a federal court halted
when Attorney General Jeff Ses- those it had already separated. Southwestern border. An esti- tion, the parent agency of the Homeland Security, including the policy, that federal agencies
sions announced plans to crimi- “This disturbing GAO report mated 7,000 migrants recently Border Patrol, showed the Customs and Border Protec- developed a system to deter-
nally prosecute anyone who shows the tragic consequences entered Mexico, fleeing the agency had apprehended tion, sought guidance from the mine whether children were
crossed the border illegally, the of carrying out a cruel and mis- grinding poverty and violence 16,658 people in families in Kirstjen Nielsen, the Homeland separated from their parents,
report said. guided policy impacting thou- of El Salvador, Guatemala, and September, a record. Such ar- Security secretary. In May, the the report said.
Because they did not know sands of families without any Honduras. Many said they were rests reached 107,212 for the department finally issued a Most of the separated chil-
about the zero tolerance policy preparation or prior notifica- headed to the United States, 2018 fiscal year, which ended memo directing border agents dren have been reunited with
in advance, officials at Home- tion to the agencies charged frustrating Trump, who has Sept. 30, exceeding the previ- to refer all individuals crossing their families under a court
land Security said, they did not with implementing it,” said said without proof that the car- ous high of 77,857 in the 2016 the border illegally to the Jus- order.

Daily Briefing

Judge rebukes Ga. on ballot rejections


ATLANTA — Georgia elec- noon Thursday to comment on
tion officials must stop reject- whether the language in her
ing absentee ballots and ab- order is ‘‘confusing or will be
sentee ballot applications be- unworkable’’ for election offi-
cause of a mismatched cials.
signature without first giving The lawsuits challenge the
voters a chance to fix the prob- rejection of absentee ballots
lem, a federal judge ruled and absentee ballot applica-
Wednesday. tions without allowing voters
US District Judge Leigh an opportunity to dispute a
May ordered the secretary of finding of a mismatched signa-
state’s office to instruct county ture. The lawsuit filed on be-
election officials to stop the half of the Georgia Coalition
practice for the November for the People’s Agenda and in-
midterm elections. She out- dividual voters also challenges
lined a procedure to allow vot- the rejection of absentee bal-
ers to resolve alleged signature lots because of what it calls
discrepancies. technical errors, like writing
May’s order comes in re- the year in a space designated
sponse to two lawsuits filed for the voter’s birth year or
earlier this month allege that signing on the wrong line.
election officials are improper- The lawyers behind both
ly rejecting absentee ballots. lawsuits had filed emergency
The lawsuits said that reject- requests asking May to make
ing the ballots without first let- certain immediate changes
ting voters challenge the deter- while the litigation is pending.
mination violated voters’ con- Both sets of lawyers applauded
stitutional rights. the judge’s ruling.
CHRIS O’MEARA/ASSOCIATED PRESS
May gave the parties until ASSOCIATED PRESS
WAITING ROOM — Lakeland, Fla., Parks and Recreation Department staff (from left) Amy Harrison, Michael
Marotz, and David Lambert, held swans while lining up for veterinary exams near Lake Morton Wednesday. The
32nd annual roundup collects all the swans on the lake for inoculations and wellness examinations. Virginia launches clergy abuse probe
WASHINGTON — Virginia ing clergy abuse.
Attorney General Mark ‘‘It made me sick to see the
Herring announced Wednes- extent of the damage done,
day that his office is running the efforts to cover it up, and
an ongoing investigation into the complicity and enabling
the state’s two Catholic dio- that went on by powerful peo-
ceses and whether there has ple who should have known
been any sexual abuse and better and should have done
coverup. The announcement more to protect vulnerable
comes a day after the District children,’’ the statement quot-
of Columbia’s top prosecutor ed Herring, a Democrat, as
made a similar announce- saying of the Pennsylvania re-
ment. port. ‘‘We shouldn’t assume
The statement said the the behavior and the prob-
OCTOBER 25 - 28 probe was launched in re- lems are limited just to Penn-
sponse to the Pennsylvania sylvania or to one diocese. If
grand jury report released there has been abuse or
this summer that documented coverup in Virginia like there
MATT ROURKE/ASSOCIATED PRESS
decades of sexual abuse and was in Pennsylvania I want to
Philadelphia has been successful at reducing its jail coverup by Catholic clergy in know about it, I want to root
population by about 36 percent in less than three years. Pennsylvania. It also an- it out, and I want to help sur-
nounced the creation of a vivors get justice and get on a

INFINITE Philadelphia gets $4m for prison reform


PHILADELPHIA — Phila- held up Philadelphia — which
hotline staffed by investiga-
tors and a website for report-
path to healing.’’
WASHINGTON POST

delphia has received a $4 mil- received a $3.5 million grant

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Schumer says Trump lied in


preexisting conditions claim
WASHINGTON — Senate Trump administration keeps Furman to put all pretrial pro-
minority leader Charles up census lawsuit delay ceedings on hold, including the
Schumer, Democrat of New President Trump’s adminis- deposition of Acting Assistant
York, on tration is trying again to derail Attorney General John Gore,
POLITICAL Wednesday ac-
NOTEBOOK cused Presi-
a trial over the legality of ask-
ing people in the 2020 Census
noting that while the Supreme
Court denied its request to stop
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preexisting health conditions the administration submitted a
while Democrats would not. seventh request to postpone Social media sites not seeing
The rebuke from the top the trial, this time citing a Su- Chinese midterm meddling
Democrat in the Senate came preme Court decision Monday Facebook and Twitter ha- Doyle is actively seeking
after the second tweet in a that halted plaintiffs’ attempts ven’t detected Chinese med- consignments for upcoming
week from Trump with mis- to question Commerce Secre- dling in the 2018 elections,
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ing Conditions, Democrats will counties have sued, giants have reported
not! Vote Republican,’’ Trump saying the citizenship online disinformation Kathryn M. Craig
said in his tweet. question discrimi- campaigns ahead of
New England
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and certain care that the Af- appeal and could go directly to no doubt: China is meddling in
fordable Care Act requires. the Supreme Court. America’s democracy.’’
WASHINGTON POST The government also asked BLOOMBERG NEWS

When Trump phones


friends, Chinese listen LIMITED

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NEW YORK TIMES ther. In what amounts to a
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President Donald Trump calls onage, the Chinese have pieced
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Saudi prince calls Khashoggi’s death ‘heinous’
Handshake with Prince Mohammed, his son, en-
ter an ornate room where two
victim’s son met relatives of Khashoggi are wait-
ing. The video has no sound, so
with criticism it is unclear what was said, but
the younger Khashoggi appears
By Alan Rappeport stone-faced when the crown
and Ben Hubbard prince shakes his hand.
NEW YORK TIMES The crown prince spoke
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Wednesday amid reports by
Crown Prince Mohammed bin both Saudi and Turkish news
Salman of Saudi Arabia on agencies that he had conversed
Wednesday denounced the by telephone about the
“heinous crime” committed Khashoggi case with Saudi Ara-
against Jamal Khashoggi, the bia’s principal accuser, Presi-
dissident writer killed in Turkey dent Recep Tayyip Erdogan of
by Saudi operatives. It was his Turkey.
most public attempt yet to sepa- Earlier in the day, Erdogan
rate himself from the men sus- repeated his demand that those
pected of the killing, who in- responsible for Khashoggi’s
clude some of the crown death be brought to justice.
prince’s own aides. Some of the crown prince’s
The crown prince’s com- close subordinates have been
ments, made during a panel implicated by Turkish officials
discussion at an opulent inves- in the killing of Khashoggi, 59,
tor conference in Riyadh, the a Washington Post columnist.
Saudi capital, came as the rela- For weeks, the Saudi royal
GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
tionship between Saudi Arabia authorities insisted that
and Turkey continued to sour Khashoggi had left the Istanbul
over the Oct. 2 killing at the Saudi crown prince shaking the An investment conference consulate the same day he visit-
Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and hand of Khashoggi’s son stoked (top) in Riyadh, the Saudi ed. It was only this past Satur-
as Saudi Arabia’s economic and outrage Wednesday. Many capital, on Wednesday. day that the Saudi authorities
political ties with the West are Turkish and US officials believe (Left), Saudi Crown Prince admitted he was killed inside
increasingly at risk. that the operation that ended Mohammed bin Salman, at the building, describing it as an
Mohammed insisted that up killing Khashoggi could not right, shakes hands with accident. They said 18 Saudis
Turkey and Saudi Arabia were have gone ahead without the Salah Khashoggi, the slain suspected of involvement had
collaborating to bring to justice crown prince’s knowledge. columnist’s son. been detained in Saudi Arabia.
those who committed the kill- Khashoggi’s son Salah is a Turkish officials have said
ing. “The crime was really pain- dual Saudi-American citizen But that story has failed to they have evidence, including
ful to all Saudis, and I believe it and has been barred from leav- stop the damage to the king- audio recordings, that a team of
is painful to every human in the ing the kingdom, friends of the dom’s reputation as the coun- Saudi assassins killed Khashog-
world,” he said. “It is a heinous family say. try’s allies have called for fur- gi within minutes of his entry to
AFP/GETTY IMAGES
crime that cannot be justified.” “This photo makes me want ther explanation and as busi- the consulate and dismem-
A Saudi-Turkey split, he to scream and throw up,” Manal nessmen and investors have bered his body, then tried to
said, “will not happen, and we al-Sharif, a Saudi activist living side the Saudi consulate in Is- denials, Saudi Arabia acknowl- dropped out of a headline in- cover up his death.
will prove to the world that the in Australia, wrote on Twitter. tanbul on Oct. 2. Turkish offi- edged last week that the team vestment conference this week Even President Trump, a
two governments are cooperat- The images were released cials have said he was met there had killed Khashoggi but said in Riyadh. close ally of the Saudi royal
ing to punish any criminal, any late Tuesday as the kingdom by a 15-man hit squad who that it had been acting without In a video from the confer- family, has said he is skeptical
guilty person, and justice in the was struggling to push back killed him and dismembered the knowledge of the kingdom’s ence, released by Saudi state of the Saudi explanations for
end will appear.” against the international up- his body with a bone saw. leadership and had accidentally television, the Saudi monarch, what happened and has called
Meanwhile, an image of the roar over Khashoggi’s killing in- After nearly three weeks of strangled Khashoggi. King Salman, and Crown the coverup “one of the worst.”

Daily Briefing

Escalator mishap Mass children’s grave to be excavated


leaves 20 hurt at LONDON — Ireland’s gov- taining ‘‘significant quantities
ernment has approved a fo- of human remains.’’
Rome subway stop rensic excavation of a Catholic Church-run homes in Ire-
orphanage where a mass grave land housed orphans, unmar-
ROME — The authorities on containing the remains of ried pregnant women, and
Wednesday were investigating hundreds of children was dis- their babies for most of the
why a subway escalator in covered. 20th century. The institutions
Rome sped up during rush Children’s Minister Kather- have been subject to intense
hour and raced to the bottom, ine Zappone announced Tues- public scrutiny since a local
dumping riders and leaving day the excavation and recov- historian in 2014 tracked
many hurt. ery of remains. There will be a down death certificates for
Footage on social media respectful burial when possi- nearly 800 children who had
showed passengers screaming ble, she said. died as residents of the facility
as the stairway appeared to The excavation, which will — but could find a burial re-
crumple in the Repubblica sta- begin after legislation is cord for only one child.
tion Tuesday. Video showed a passed, follows a report from a Investigators later found a
CECILIA FABIANO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
man on a parallel escalator judge-led commission that mass grave containing the re-
dragging a person to safety; Emergency workers put a man into an ambulance after the escalator malfunction. confirmed last year that the mains of babies and young
others jumped on the dividing former Bon Secours Mother children from 35 weeks to 3
barrier or tried to help those sharp blades on feet, heels, an- blica. “One of the steps on the fans of the soccer team CSKA and Baby Home in Tuam, years old on the grounds of
trapped at the bottom. kles, and lower legs, rescue downward escalator, just a me- Moscow, which was playing County Galway, had an under- the home, which closed in
More than 20 people were workers said. ter away from me, started ac- against the Italian club Roma. ground sewage structure di- 1961.
hurt, news reports said. Some “I just experienced a scene celerating extremely fast like it The Russian Embassy said 16 vided into 20 chambers con- ASSOCIATED PRESS
of the injuries resulted because from the apocalypse,” a witness had gone crazy.” Russians were injured, with
the shattered stairs acted like told the newspaper La Repub- Many of the injured were three in serious condition.
Nazi remark riles EU Parliament
Queen speaks on Brexit — sort of Pope removes bishop of Memphis BRUSSELS — A leading
British Conservative in the Eu-
and were among the victims of
Adolf Hitler’s extreme-right
LONDON — For the first know. That didn’t stop people VATICAN CITY — Pope The phrasing in the ropean Parliament has come ideologies.
time since the 2016 Brexit from assuming she was an ally. Francis has forcibly removed announcement is commonly under a barrage of criticism af- EU Commission Vice Presi-
vote, Queen Elizabeth II has ‘‘The Queen’s a Leaver,’’ said the bishop of Memphis, used by the Vatican when the ter he compared current-day dent Frans Timmermans said
spoken out on the contentious one Twitter user. Another Monsignor Martin Holley, pope forcibly removes a bishop socialist parties with Nazism. claims Nazism is left-wing or
issue of Britain’s exit from the wrote that: ‘‘The Queen, using following a Vatican investiga- who refuses to resign volun- Addressing socialist law- socialist have been pushed by
European Union — but in a carefully chosen words, has ex- tion into the US diocese. tarily. makers Wednesday, Syed Ka- the extreme right on the Inter-
very uncontentious way. pressed her opinion on the The Vatican didn’t say why Earlier this year, the Vati- mall said ‘‘you have to remem- net for a few years, but ‘‘what
She told the Netherlands’ brexit disaster that is being Holley was removed. can dispatched two archbish- ber that Nazis were National is new to me is that the leader
king and queen that Britain forced upon the UK.’’ In a brief announcement ops to investigate Holley’s Socialists, a strain of socialism, in this house of the party of
was looking ‘‘toward a new The queen is famously im- Wednesday, the Vatican said actions since he became bish- so let’s not pretend. It’s a left- Churchill and Thatcher would
partnership with Europe’’ and partial. Indeed, Buckingham only that Francis had ‘‘relieved op in 2016, news reports said wing ideology.’’ The remarks appropriate that narrative.’’
that shared values are ‘‘our Palace took action when, be- [Holley] from the pastoral gov- at the time. caused an immediate uproar. ALDE Liberal leader Guy
greatest asset.’’ fore the Brexit vote, the Sun ernance’’ of the diocese and One of Holley’s deputies Kamall added, “You don’t like Verhofstadt said Kamall’s
Was she expressing a tinge published an ‘‘exclusive bomb- named the Louisville, Ky., resigned suddenly in June. the truth, do you?’’ words were ‘‘an insult to all
of Remainer regret? Or is she a shell’’ that claimed the ‘‘Queen archbishop, Joseph Kurtz, to The results of the Vatican Kamall later said he ‘‘apolo- the Social Democrats who
confident Brexiteer? As ever Backs Brexit.’’ The palace com- replace Holley temporarily, investigation have not been gized directly and unreserved- fought against Nazism and
with Britain’s inscrutable mon- plained to the press watchdog. until a new bishop can be made public. ly’’ to the socialist leader. died in concentration camps.’’
arch, it was impossible to WASHINGTON POST named. ASSOCIATED PRESS Socialists opposed Nazism ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Migrants continue long slog to US Netanyahu says if


Exhausted and
ill, some stop in
not for Israel, Abbas
southern Mexico would fall to Hamas
By Mark Stevenson By Aron Heller Palestinian areas, known as Ar-
ASSOCIATED PRESS ASSOCIATED PRESS eas A and B, and Area C, which
HUIXTLA, Mexico — Thou- TEL AVIV — Israeli Prime is under exclusive Israeli con-
sands of Central American mi- Minister Benjamin Netanyahu trol and home to dozens of Is-
grants renewed their hoped-for vowed on Wednesday to main- raeli settlements.
march to the United States on tain a permanent Israeli mili- Previous peace talks have
Wednesday, setting out before tary force in the West Bank, say- come to a deadlock over how
dawn with plans to travel an- ing that if it weren’t for Israeli much of the territory would be-
other 45 miles of the more than troops stationed there Palestin- come part of the future Pales-
1,000 miles that still lie before ian President Mahmoud Abbas tinian state.
them. would be ‘‘overrun in two min- Nabil Abu Rdeneh, an Abbas
The five days of walking in utes’’ by Hamas militants. spokesman, said the only way
the southernmost reaches of Netanyahu told a major Jew- to achieve peace and stability
Mexico — after seven days in ish conference that Israel was through a Palestinian state
Honduras and Guatemala — doesn’t have the liberty to re- on the entire West Bank, with
were beginning to show: Mexi- peat its mistake in Gaza, where east Jerusalem as its capital.
can authorities said Wednes- Hamas violently seized control ‘‘Other than that, it is just ex-
day that about 500 migrants from Abbas after Israeli forces cuses to keep the occupation,’’
had accepted an offer to be withdrew from the coastal he said, adding that continued
bused back to their countries. strip. Asked about his vision for occupation and settlements
Many said they were sick or ex- the West Bank, Netanyahu said ‘‘will only lead to instability and
hausted, especially the chil- he preferred to avoid labels violence.’’
dren who toddled or were car- such as ‘‘Palestinian state.’’ But After years of rejecting the
RODRIGO ABD/ASSOCIATED PRESS
ried along on the march. he did make clear his view that concept, Netanyahu ultimately
Still, the size of the caravan A Central American migrant pushed his children in a carriage through Mapastepec, Abbas, known by his nickname agreed to the idea of a demilita-
— estimated by the United Na- Mexico, more than 1,000 miles from the US border. Abu Mazen, and his Palestinian rized Palestinian state in 2009.
tions at more than 7,000 Authority owe their very exis- But he has since walked it back
strong — seemed basically un- ride up ahead. I’m worn out Such caravans have taken in the crowd. But he tweeted tence to Israel’s protection, and some, faced with pressure from
diminished as the throng set now.’’ But she too pledged to go place regularly, if on a smaller Wednesday that the United directly benefit from the pres- his more hard-line coalition
out in darkness cut by occa- on. ‘‘I’ve walked a long way. I scale, over the years, but States ‘‘will never accept peo- ence of Israeli troops. partners.
sional flashlights or the spot- don’t want to return. I want a Trump has seized on the phe- ple coming into our Country il- ‘‘They’d be overrun in two Maintaining security control
lights of municipal police who better future for my children.’’ nomenon this year and made it legally!’’ minutes. A couple of years ago of the West Bank is a longstand-
were escorting them. While the group has been a rallying call for his Republi- The caravan had advanced we uncovered a plot of 100 ing position of Netanyahu. Isra-
Rosa Duvon of Cofradia discouraged by Mexico’s gov- can base ahead of Nov. 6 mid- about 45 miles since crossing Hamas men to overthrow Abu el continues security coopera-
Cortes in Honduras was push- ernment — and prompted term elections. the border from Guatemala Mazen. Overthrow? Kill him. tion with Palestinian forces
ing two baby boys, both named threats of aid cutoffs for their Trump has blamed Demo- and the marchers hoped to Not kill him politically. Kill even though there haven’t been
Daniel — a son and a nephew trek another 45 miles on him. So, if we weren’t there, serious peace talks since Netan-
— in a rickety donated baby Wednesday to the town of Ma- they’d not be there, which is ex- yahu took office in 2009. Presi-
carriage over a potholed road ‘‘I’ve walked a long way. I don’t want to pastepec. actly what happened when we dent Trump, howe ver, has
at 5 a.m. Ev e n i f t h e y e v e n t u a l l y left Gaza,’’ Netanyahu told an promised to present a far-
‘‘This thing is going to die,’’ return. I want a better future for my reach the distant US border, assembly of the Jewish Federa- reaching and much-awaited
she said of the carriage, point-
ing to a wobbly back wheel.
children.’ many have low odds of qualify-
ing for asylum: The United
tion of North America.
Israel withdrew from the
peace plan of his own at some
time.
Still, she vowed to keep going. MARIA DEL CARMEN MEJIA States does not consider things Gaza Strip in 2005, evacuating Netanyahu’s comments ap-
In worse condition was Ma- like fleeing from poverty or its settlements there and pull- peared to indicate how far he’d
ria del Carmen Mejia of Copan, gang violence as a qualifying ing back all its troops. The fol- be willing to go if forced to com-
Honduras, who was already homelands from President crats for what he said were factor. lowing year, Hamas won parlia- promise in the West Bank.
sweating profusely before Trump — they have received an weak immigration laws and Nearly 1,700 from the cur- mentary elections and a year af- ‘‘They (Abbas’ authority)
dawn. She carried in her arms outpouring of help from locals claimed — with no evidence — rent caravan have already ter that, it violently overthrew were there in Gaza, they had
3-year-old Britany Sofia Alvara- as they pass by. that MS-13 gang members and dropped out and applied for forces loyal to Abbas and has 15,000 armed men, Hamas had
do, while with her other hand Neighbors have supplied unknown ‘‘Middle Easterners’’ asylum in Mexico and hun- since ruled the territory with an 3,000. Within a few days they
she clutched the hand of Mira- the marchers — many of them were hiding among the mi- dreds more have decided to re- iron fist. kicked him out and we can’t af-
lia Alejandra Alvarado, 7, who largely penniless — with food grants. turn hope. The numbers could As part of interim peace ford that happening in Judea,
was also sweaty — and fevered. and passersby have stopped to Trump later acknowledged thin further as people decide to deals in the 1990s, the West Samaria, the West Bank,’’ he
Miralia ‘‘isn’t well, has a fe- give them rides in cars, pick- there was ‘‘no proof ’’ of the take their chances in Mexico or Bank was carved up into auton- said, referring to the area by its
ver. Let’s see if they give us a ups, even dump trucks. claim Middle Easterners were strike out on their own. omous and semi-autonomous biblical name.

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FBI hunts suspect who sent pipe bombs to Clinton, Obama


uDEVICES Wray said in a statement. ‘‘We investigators found ‘‘two addi- ties have ascribed no motive to
Continued from Page A1 ask anyone who may have in- tional packages, both ad- the crimes. Still, they have
Ja m e s O ’ Ne i l l s a i d p o l i c e formation to contact the FBI. dressed to Rep. Maxine Wa- prompted immediate debate
found what ‘‘appeared to be a Do not hesitate to call; no ters, that are similar in ap- over whether increasingly per-
live explosive device’’ at CNN, piece of information is too pearance’’ to the other five. sonal and hard-edged rhetoric
though officials did not imme- small to help us in this investi- Waters, a Democrat of Califor- has contributed to a potential-
diately say how effective that gation.’’ nia, is often critical of Presi- ly dangerous political climate.
or the other devices might Officials said the packages dent Trump. The president did not di-
have been at causing damage. used as a return address the The packages to the other rectly take responsibility.
As more devices were dis- office of Wasserman Schultz, targets came with computer- Those ‘‘engaged in the po-
covered, a disturbing pattern who chaired the Democratic printed address labels, six For- litical arena’’ must ‘‘stop treat-
emerged — the suspect or sus- National Committee during ever stamps, and return ad- ing political opponents as be-
pects appeared to be targeting part of the 2016 campaign. d r e s s e s w i t h Wa s s e r m a n ing morally defective,’’ he said.
prominent figures on the polit- One such package used an in- Schultz’s name misspelled, of- He also referenced high-pro-
ical left. correct address for former at- ficials said. file incidents in which conser-
Coming less than two torney general Eric Holder, Law enforcement officials vatives have been accosted in
weeks before the midterm and it was ‘‘returned’’ to Was- described the devices as pipes restaurants and public spaces
elections, the discoveries serman Schultz’s office in Sun- stuffed with explosive material by political critics.
stirred anew questions about rise, Fla., where it was inter- and wrapped in electrical wire He added: ‘‘The media also
whether political discourse cepted, according to officials. and tape, but they provided no has a responsibility to set a civ-
SPENCER PLATT/GETTY IMAGES
had grown too vitriolic. Authorities do not believe she detail on how they would have il tone and to stop the endless
The first package was dis- had anything to do with the been detonated. At least two A bomb-sniffing dog searched outside CNN’s office in New hostility and constant negative
covered Monday at the New packages and think she was a of the devices appeared to York City Wednesday. and oftentimes false attacks
York home of George Soros, a potential victim. A spokesman have been hand-delivered, ac- and stories.’’
billionaire activist known to for Holder declined to com- cording to law enforcement of- ‘‘That looks like an inten- very clear, strong, and unmis- In previous appearances, in
fund pro-democracy and liber- ment. ficials. tional manipulation of the sys- takable message that acts or the home stretch of the fall
al political groups. The explosive found in the The devices have been sent tem, to try to get it to go to the threats of political violence of campaign, Trump has called
Officials described the de- mail at CNN’s headquarters to the FBI’s lab in Quantico, congresswoman. I strongly any kind have no place in the Democrats ‘‘evil’’ and argued
vices as attempted acts of ter- was addressed to John Bren- Va., for further analysis. suspect he wanted that pack- United States of America.’’ they are ‘‘ too dangerous to
rorism and cautioned that the nan, former CIA director un- Most mail-bombing sus- age to go to her. That suggests Those words did not satisfy govern.’’ He has denounced
number of bombs — and in- der the Obama administra- pects are ‘‘loner types,’’ said he’s really focused on her,’’ said CNN president Jeff Zucker, Obama’s presidency and de-
tended victims — could grow. tion. Since leaving the govern- Malcolm Brady, a former Bu- Brady. who issued a statement sharp- monized Clinton, inspiring
FBI Director Christopher ment, Brennan has been an reau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Fire- Wasserman Schultz issued ly critical of the administra- chants at his rallies of ‘‘Lock
Wray issued an appeal for the outspoken critic of President arms and Explosives official a defiant statement. t i o n’s p o s t u r e t o w a r d t h e her up!’’
public’s help to catch the sus- Trump; he is an on-air analyst who spent decades investigat- ‘‘We will not be intimidated press. The president has also used
pect and warned people not to for NBC News and MSNBC, i n g b o m b s u s p e c t s . B ra d y by this attempted act of vio- ‘‘There is a total and com- his bully pulpit to taunt Wa-
touch suspicious packages. but not CNN. added he doubts this suspect lence. This appalling attack on plete lack of understanding at ters as a ‘‘low-I.Q. individual,’’
‘‘This investigation is of the On Wednesday night, the made a mistake when he used our democracy must be vigor- the White House about the se- impugn Brennan, and fan con-
highest priority for the FBI,’’ FBI issued a statement saying a bad address for Holder. ously prosecuted, and I am riousness of their continued spiracy theories about Soros.
deeply disturbed by the way attacks on the media,’’ Zucker And he has called the news
my name was used,’’ she said. said. ‘‘The president, and espe- media ‘‘the enemy of the peo-
Amid the frenetic pace of cially the White House press ple,’’ singling out CNN’s re-
the investigation, some alarms secretary, should understand porting as ‘‘fake news.’’
turned out to be false. A suspi- their words matter. Thus far, Speaking in Florida on
cious package sent to New they have shown no compre- Wednesday, Clinton said her
York Governor Andrew Cuo- hension of that.’’ family was ‘‘fine, thanks to the
mo, a Democrat, turned out to Trump appeared at a cam- men and women of the Secret
be a thumb drive, according paign rally in Wisconsin Service who intercepted the
to the NYPD. Wednesday evening, saying package addressed to us long
The known recipients of that ‘‘ We want all sides to before it made its way to our
the bombs are all frequent tar- come together in peace and home.’’
gets of conservative politi- harmony.’’ She also spoke to the anger
c i a n s , i n c l u d i n g Tr u m p . ‘‘Any acts or threats of polit- pulsing through American pol-
Speaking at the White House, ical violence are an attack on itics: ‘‘It is a troubling time,
the president decried the our democracy itself,’’ he said. isn’t it? It is a time of deep di-
bombs and pledged that the The president noted the un- visions, and we have to do ev-
federal government would usually subdued tone of his re- erything we can to bring our
bring those responsible to jus- marks. ‘‘By the way, do you see country together.’’
tice. how nice I’m behaving to-
‘‘In these times, we have to night?’’ he said. ‘‘Have you ev- Material from The New York
unify,’’ he said. ‘‘We have to er seen this?’’ Times and Associated Press
come together and send one Law enforcement authori- was used in this report.

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calling on Governor Baker to
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Whereas, research shows that (ESE), there has never been a woman is foundational to the success of the
including women and people of color commissioner, even though women Commonwealth;
in leadership improves decision- comprise 75 percent of the State’s
We believe that a transparent and
making, governance, revenues and teachers;
open process by Governor Baker
productivity;
Whereas, women held five of the should result in an action plan to
Whereas, diversity of thought and fifteen Presidency positions at dramatically increase gender and
experience is critical to the future of our state universities in 2008 and racial parity in Massachusetts’
Massachusetts; currently hold two; education leadership, reflective of
the state’s population;
Whereas, there are no women among Whereas, women only hold two
the four leadership positions in the of the twelve seats on the Board of Therefore, we call on Governor
education department (Secretary of Higher Education, yet comprise 57% Baker to make gender and racial
Education, Commissioners of Early of all higher education students in parity a priority in order that all
Care and Education, Elementary and Massachusetts; voices are at the table to drive
Secondary Education, and Higher forward change for our children,
Whereas, ensuring gender and racial
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In South Carolina, a small town has a $1.5b mystery


Still no word on said Wednesday.
The announcement rolled
ets worth $1 million each were
sold in Massachusetts, one at
Simpsonville.
‘‘This could be a good and
‘‘Typically, about 70 percent
of sales occur on the drawing
main anonymous. The state en-
courages players to sign their
who won giant slowly through Simpsonville. the Cumberland Farms store bad thing,’’ Curtis said. ‘‘It day, so forecasting precise tickets upon purchase, but that
‘‘Holy cow,’’ said Mayor on Main Street in Bridgewater could put us on the map.’’ numbers in advance can be dif- may prove problematic if ano-
lottery jackpot Janice Curtis, who first learned and one at the Wilmington Lottery officials had said for ficult,’’ he said Wednesday. nymity is desired by the winner
of her city’s new prominence Nouria on Main Street in Wilm- days that the jackpot would be South Carolina Education or winners.
By Alex Horton after receiving a call from The ington. worth an estimated $1.6 bil- Lottery spokeswoman Holli ‘‘Signing the back of the lot-
and Fred Barbash Washington Post. ‘‘I think it’s The six winning numbers lion, a US lottery record. But Armstrong said the drawing tery ticket with your real name
WASHINGTON POST wonderful news.’’ were printed on a ticket sold at when the jackpot was finalized, was the state’s first Mega Mil- may bind you to claiming the
Simpsonville, S.C., is having The winning numbers were the store off Lee Vaughn Road, it was downgraded to $1.537 lions jackpot win. Five years prize under that name, thus re-
a moment. 5-28-62-65-70, with a Mega about a four-mile drive from billion. So the lottery record re- earlier, a Powerball player in leasing your identity to the
The town, population Ball number of 5, and lottery City Hall. It is a rural area of a mains $1.586 billion, for a Pow- the state won a $399 million public even if that’s not what
22,072, hosted a Doobie Broth- officials estimated that 75 per- rural town outside Greenville, erball jackpot shared by three jackpot; the man who claimed you want,’’ the Post’s Amy B
ers concert on Oct. 17, it proud- cent of all number combina- where, Curtis said, ‘‘there’s a winning tickets in January that prize remained anony- Wang reported.
ly notes. And by next month, a tions had been purchased by church on every corner.’’ 2016. mous. (His dog was the first to The winner has 180 days to
fleet of trucks will be deployed the time of Tuesday night’s When it comes to the KC ‘‘ The final total was less learn the news, the Associated claim the prize, Armstrong
to vacuum up loose leaves. drawing. Mart, that is accurate. The than the $1.6 billion estimate Press reported at the time.) said.
Then, there is the other The estimated cash option store is flanked by the Clear because estimates are based on How the residents of Simp- Lottery fever struck nation-
thing. — should the winner choose to Spring Baptist Church and the historical patterns of jackpot sonville manage the new atten- wide ahead of Tuesday’s draw-
A Simpsonville KC Mart take a one-time lump-sum pay- New Pilgrim Baptist Church. rolls, but there are few prece- tion could depend if the winner ing, with jackpot chasers wait-
convenience store sold the sole ment instead of annual payouts Lottery officials have not an- dents for a jackpot this size,’’ decides to be publicly identi- ing in long lines for tickets. Vir-
winning ticket for the $1.5 bil- over 30 years — is $878 million nounced the identities of a win- said Seth Elkin, a spokesman fied. ginia Lottery officials said as
lion Mega Millions jackpot, the before taxes, according to Mega ner or winners. The impact on for Maryland Lottery and Gam- South Carolina is one of just many as 12,700 tickets were be-
biggest lottery payout in United Millions officials. their lives is still unknown. So ing, which heads the Mega Mil- a handful of states that allow ing sold per minute at the sales
States history, lottery officials Lottery officials say two tick- is the newfound prominence of lions Group. lottery jackpot winners to re- peak in that state.

Town hit my dad,” he said. “We restored


the whole steeple and tower
from the top down to the

hard by
ground.”
The Italianate structure was
constructed around 1872 and
rebuilt in 1912 after a fire, ac-

loss of cording to the National Regis-


ter of Historic Places. Bob
Levesque said that this time, re-

church building would be prohibitively


expensive.
“This is never going to be
uFIRE put back,” he said. “It would
Continued from Page A1 cost you $20 million to build a
“You just try and focus on building like that today — easi-
the fact that the building is just ly.”
a building,” said Amy Burd, On Wednesday, observers
who became emotional as she gathered near the church to
looked up to the steeple, where watch, sometimes tearfully, as a
workers c ut away c harred demolition crew took apart the
beams using power saws. “The destroyed building.
building doesn’t hold all the Amid the loss, parishioners
love that happens in there.” took a measure of comfort that
Burd, 41, is a teacher at Tall the painting of Jesus, seen
Spire Nursery School, which standing in a white robe with
had its classrooms inside the crucified hands extended, had
church. Her own children, ages survived. The artwork had
7 and 10, had gone to school hung just inside the church’s
there. “To try and explain to front doors and was somehow
them that they’ll never be able left intact.
to go back in that space — that The painting will be given to
is still a very, very special and a former pastor of the church,
place for them, even though PHOTOS BY CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF said Susan Auld, a former pa-
they’re so much older . . . You rishioner who was married at
leave a part of your heart at Tall Parishioner Kris Rankin the church in 1995 and later
Spire,” she said, her voice catch- wiped away a tear as she christened her four sons there.
ing in her throat. looked at the fire-gutted Auld, 54, said she had come
In a statement, church offi- First Baptist Church in to the church with a neighbor
cials expressed gratitude that Wakefield Wednesday. At as the fire raged. She watched it
no parishioners were hurt and top, a crew worked to for more than four hours.
thanked firefighters for battling remove the church’s spire. “When the windows were all
the seven-alarm blaze. aglow — every stained glass
“We know that we serve a On Tuesday, Josh Levesque, window was aglow — it looked
God who specializes in restor- 35, had done some minor reno- like you were looking into hell,”
ing brokenness and who can vations at the church, installing she said. “It was just an awful,
bring beauty even from ashes,” a 17-foot replacement window awful sight.”
they wrote. “So we move into midway up the steeple, he said. First Baptist had been part
the future with trust, hope, and He removed a plywood panel of her family’s life for genera-
gratitude.” and then hoisted, stabilized, tions. Her mother and grand-
Interim Pastor Norm Ben- painted, and sealed around the mother were parishioners, and
droth said Tuesday that local heavy, textured glass. her sister had been married
clergy from other places of wor- “I was hoping that we were there. Auld had gone to Sunday
ship had already offered space going to be able to do more school and sung in the choir.
for the congregation of about work to this place in the future, “This morning when I was
100. The church council had and it’s just not going to happen getting ready, I said, ‘How am I
scheduled an emergency meet- anymore,” said Levesque, a going to walk down the
ing for Wednesday night. steeplejack for Salem-based street?’ ” Auld said. “It just
The fire was reported the front of the church some- ping it,” he said. The fire caused some 100 firefighters were at American Steeple & Tower Co., made me sick to think that I
around 7 Tuesday evening after where in the steeple area,’’ Sulli- an estimated $1 million in dam- the scene. Some sustained mi- which is owned by his father, had to walk down and see this
powerful thunderstorms rolled van said. “It really wasn’t show- age, he said. nor injuries, Sullivan said. Bob. again.”
through Greater Boston, down- ing a lot of fire [initially], but it Sullivan said a meeting was Firefighters managed to pre- Bob Levesque, 59, said he
ing power lines. The fire started broke out very shortly after we ongoing at the church when the vent the fire from reaching had completed multiple resto- Danny McDonald and John
after lightning apparently arrived.” fire broke out, but that no one neighboring buildings, al- ration projects at the church, Ellement of the Globe staff
struck the roof, said Michael Once the fire reached the was inside the building when though some nearest the going back 40 years. contributed to this report.
Sullivan, the town’s fire chief. empty space between the ceil- the fire gained strength. church sustained relatively mi- “I did a lot of work here back Jeremy C. Fox can be reached at
“It appears to have struck ing and roof “there was no stop- At the height of the fire, nor damage, he said. in the ’80s, when I worked for jeremy.fox@globe.com.

State officials say Columbia Gas may not meet Nov. 19 deadline
uCOLUMBIA GAS quate response to this crisis.” be “ramping up” efforts to get ahead of schedule — 86 percent ing stock in his city. But he also ea, this is still disaster recovery,”
Continued from Page A1 Although Columbia Gas had customers’ houses ready; there of the work is done — we are emphasized the recovery work Rivera said.
more work to do,” Baker said rapidly replaced much of the 45 were 204 plumbers, 343 gas fit- now shifting resources and has to be done carefully and Meanwhile, Baker an-
Wednesday after meeting with miles of underground gas ters, 111 electricians, and 404 bringing on additional support safely, even if that means ex- nounced that $2 million has
business people from Andover, mains and thousands of service field workers deployed earlier to increase the productivity and tending the deadline, and he been committed to the Merri-
North Andover, and Lawrence lines to properties in the three this week. pace of the home installation called on Columbia Gas to up- mack Valley Small Business
who lost gas service, and in communities, getting individu- While Albanese would not process. date residents with a realistic Emergency Loan Fund, to pro-
some cases, much more, in the al buildings “house ready” has say if the recovery effort would Columbia Gas announced deadline. vide quick funding to tide busi-
Sept. 13 gas disaster. proved to be a struggle. meet the Nov. 19 deadline, Co- the Nov. 19 deadline in late Sep- “We all know the incredible nesses over while they wait for
Meanwhile, Attorney Gener- Joe Albanese, a construction complexity of getting people Columbia Gas to pay their
al Maura Healey hit out at Co- company executive and former ‘I think it’s fair to say at this house-ready. At the end of the claims.
lumbia Gas, citing “frustra- Navy Seabee commander day, it was so complex in getting The announcement took
tions” with the recovery effort tapped to lead the restoration point, there’s more work to it right, that it bears review,” Ri- place at Yella Restaurant in An-
that include poor communica-
tion with customers and inade-
effort, said in a recent interview
that only about 10 percent of
do.’ vera said.
“What we want is for these
dover. Co-owner Danielle Berd-
han welcomed the loan fund
quate scheduling and planning properties are house ready, GOVERNOR CHARLIE BAKER people to get it right.” and community support, saying
and a “lack of progress as win- compared to most of the gas On repairs to damage caused by gas explosions The reassessment comes she and business owners and
ter weather approaches.” Mem- mains and nearly two-thirds of in the Merrimack Valley a m i d g r o w i n g f r u s t r ati o n residents have been struggling.
bers of her staff plan to met service lines. across Andover, North Andover, “This incident has been cata-
with utility executives Thurs- In many cases, plumbers lumbia Gas spokesman Dean tember when it revealed a mas- and Lawrence, as residents strophic for our restaurant,”
day. and inspectors have had to Lieberman asked for patience sive recovery plan involving have endured construction Berdhan said. “This has been
“While we recognize that bring units up to code before in- as the utility updates scheduled thousands of workers. work that has taken over streets really hard for us, it’s been a
Columbia Gas faces a formida- stalling new appliances and re- work to get to the elderly and A plan to provide residents and clogged traffic and cold struggle, but it’s been a struggle
ble task (albeit of its own mak- lighting the gas service; he cited families with small children with space heaters was nights without heat or hot wa- for the whole community. Ev-
ing), the company needs to ad- one incident in which crews first. scrapped days later out of safety ter. And colder weather is on eryone here is facing challeng-
dress all these issues promptly,” had to rebuild stairs to access “This is an incredibly com- concerns, and Columbia has in- the way. es.”
Healey said in a Oct. 19 letter the work area. plex logistical undertaking, and stead made hundreds of trail- As of this week, 6,863 peo-
that her office released Wednes- “It’s not just about replacing new challenges emerge daily ers, apartments, and hotel ple, from nearly 2,000 families, Milton J. Valencia can be
day. “Residents are suffering a boiler and replacing a hot wa- that we work through with all rooms available. are in alternative housing such reached at
not only from the damaged gas ter heater. There’s a lot more to of our partners,” Lieberman Rivera said a slip from the as hotel rooms, apartments, milton.valencia@globe.com.
distribution system, but also it,” Albanese told the Globe. said in a statement. “With the Nov. 19 deadline is understand- and trailers. Follow him on Twitter
from Columbia Gas’s inade- Albanese said crews would construction on the pipelines able, given the age of the hous- “We are still in a disaster ar- @miltonvalencia.
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cago company whose popular
MICHAEL SWENSEN FOR THE GLOBE
mobile app is used in 50 cities
in the United States and Cana- Phil Cronin is seeking
da. compensation from
After a series of unproduc- SpotHero for his parking
tive interactions in which I was problem on a game night.
furnished with inaccurate or
incomplete information, I talk- Cronin it would honor its
ed to the CEO, Mark Lawrence. agreement with him anyway,
He defended the company’s de- even at a substantial loss.
cision to stiff Cronin. And he Instead, SpotHero refunded
said SpotHero would continue C r o n i n ’s $ 1 0 , g a v e h i m a
to use the word “guarantee” on voucher for $15 for later use on
its website. He basically could
find no fault with the company.
SpotHero as a courtesy, and
told him he was on his own try- 60 SOUTH AVE,
Really? ing to find parking at that late
So what happened? Seems
to me someone at SpotHero got
hour.
Cronin wound up finding a
BURLINGTON MA 01803
caught napping and then re- $40 parking spot about a mile
fused to own up to it. from the ballpark. (He found it

WE MUST SELL $1,000,000


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model requires it to make deals ing how essential these online
with garage operators all over parking apps are becoming).
the city to market their excess
capacity.
Cronin and his kids hoofed it
from Commonwealth Avenue
WORTH OF HOME FURNISHINGS AT
LIQUIDATION PRICES
On most nights in the Fen- to Fenway and had a great eve-
way area, the supply of parking ning as the Sox won, 5-4.
exceeds demand. To sop up Cronin later demanded that
some of that capacity, LAZ SpotHero do something more
Parking, one of the city’s larg- to compensate him. The com-
est parking lot operators, hires pany offered him another $15
SpotHero to market its extra voucher. Please: $30 for the
spaces at the garage on Boyl- stress and extra effort (and ex-
You’re invited to take advantage
ston Street where Cronin tra distance to the park)?
booked his space. Cronin wants another $25, of storewide savings of up to
Customers pay as little as which seems more than fair
$10 under ordinary conditions. when you consider SpotHero
But the agreement calls for
an exception when the Sox are
playing at home because LAZ
broke its agreement.
What SpotHero should have
done in the first place is to
70% OFF our ENTIRE INVENTORY!
knows it can get more than five have swallowed the $48 loss
times as much for its spaces and given him his original We have made the decision to close
from drive-up Sox fans, said parking spot.
Todd Gilbert, a LAZ general That would have made the
manager. company a hero in my book.
our Thomasville of Burlington location.
It’s SpotHero’s responsibili-
ty to monitor the Sox schedule Sean P. Murphy can be reached We will be having a $1 million dollar
to know when the blackout is at smurphy@globe.com.
in effect, Gilbert said.
Lawrence acknowledged an
Follow him on Twitter
@spmurphyboston.
complete sell-off.
“oversight,” but he wouldn’t
say it was SpotHero’s.
In any case, SpotHero’s
problem didn’t have to become
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Editorial Endorsements

Vote yes on Question 2

Q
uestion 2, the forgotten middle child on makeup. Diversity can’t mean that members come United. Corporate personhood, as an idea, is an
the November ballot, lacks the punch of from different parts of Jamaica Plain: They need to be important legal concept. And any new constitutional
the other two questions. For good reason: drawn from different ideological backgrounds too. restrictions on speech need to be handled with extreme
arguably, it doesn’t do much. The ballot question, though, would require care. The goal of a commission should be to excise the
All the question would do is create members to pledge their fealty to its extension of political speech rights to
an unpaid state commission to study stated goal. The purpose, organizers corporate entities as surgically as
ways to amend the US Constitution to overturn say, is to avoid commissioners who A diverse possible, without disturbing other
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the oppose its very existence and would commission should First Amendment rights or causing
Supreme Court decision that loosened rules on frustrate the whole project. economic havoc.
corporate and union money in politics. Its eventual But we’d feel better — and bet the confront the Citizens The commission, after all, has no
report could form the basis of a constitutional public in this state and others would United question. formal power and will only be as good
amendment to pitch to other states, in hopes of feel better, too — if civil liberties as its work. Massachusetts can’t
marshalling support in the 38 states it would take to groups like the ACLU had a seat at change the Constitution on its own. If
change the Constitution. Or, it could be ignored. the table, even though the organization supported Question 2 is to amount to anything, the commission it
The Globe endorses a yes vote — with some Citizens United. Skeptical conservative voices should be would create needs members with an open mind and a
misgivings. If such a commission is to have any wider included, too. willingness to air fundamental disagreements.
national impact, it needs to have a genuinely varied There is, as Question 2’s critics have pointed out, a If voters want to curb corporate money in politics, a
danger of overreach in any effort to overturn Citizens yes vote on Question 2 gets the ball rolling.

For secretary of state, experience counts

N
obody ever voted for William F. Galvin promotion in the election guide mailed to voters and
because of his charm. raising questions about campaign donations from
Rather, the secretary of state’s main developers who receive tax credits from his office.
selling point is his record in office. Over Since you asked: No, Amore wasn’t in charge of the
almost 24 years, the so-called “prince of museum’s security in 1990, when it suffered the world’s
darkness” has been an effective leader for an office that biggest art theft. But he is in charge of the museum’s
manages elections, public records, historic efforts to secure the return the 13 purloined pieces.
preservation, securities regulation, and a hodgepodge Amore also faults Galvin for lacking a strategic plan.
of other duties. But the GOP hopeful would move the state in the
On the basis of that steady hand, the Globe endorses wrong direction. For instance, Amore wants to institute
Galvin for a seventh term on Nov. 6. voter ID requirements in Massachusetts, an idea Galvin
Galvin, who survived a spirited Democratic primary rightly criticized. Mandating voter ID is a solution in
challenge from Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim in search of a problem, and would only serve as an
September, hasn’t always made it easy for his obstacle for voters. Likewise, Amore is sowing
supporters. In the campaign’s only debate on, WGBH, groundless fears when he tries to insinuate the state’s
he seemed sullen and took the low road, sniping at election system is insecure: Every vote in
GOP candidate Anthony Amore for, horror of horrors, Massachusetts is recorded on a paper ballot, a crucial
accepting honoraria while Amore was on a book tour. safeguard whose importance was on display last month
Like Zakim, Amore is a serious opponent — during the Third Congressional District recount.
something that’s hasn’t always been true for GOP Galvin, in a term he hinted earlier this year might be
undercard candidates. The director of security at the his last, lists as priorities assuring that the 2020 census
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than held his goes smoothly, and protecting the 2020 election. One MICHAEL SWENSEN FOR THE BOSTON G

own in the debate, and managed to land some needn’t like Galvin’s touchiness to feel confident he’ll Secretary of State William F. Galvin
legitimate criticisms, knocking Galvin for his self- get those jobs done.

Making waves
in the Democratic Party
By Diane Hessan

T
GLOBE STAFF/ADOBE STOCK

here is little these days that makes Denny more versity — and we are on the warpath against at least one third of blue wave as much as a red, white, and blue wave.”
distraught than the Democratic Party. “They are our citizens. We are in our own way.” The problem is that these Democrats who are taking the high
completely out of control,” he tells me. “Between Democrats tell me they cringe when they hear Hillary Clinton ground are not breaking through enough to influence the overall
the socialists and the rioters, I just wonder what say that her husband’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was “not an perception of their party. Blame Fox News, blame social media for
they could possibly be thinking.” Denny, a abuse of power,” when Senator Dianne Feinstein says she would putting us into echo chambers that reinforce narrow viewpoints,
Democrat from Nevada who voted for Hillary re-open the Kavanaugh investigation, or when former attorney blame Russian bots, but the Democrats have precious little time to
Clinton in 2016, is typical of both Democrats and general Eric Holder, says, “When they go low, we kick them.” adjust. While it is helpful for former president Barack Obama to
Republicans in the panel of 500 voters I am in touch with weekly. They lament these positions because they reinforce the image say, “I have one thing to say: Vote,” it’s insufficient in countering
Last December, when I asked voters about the Democratic Par- that Trump has bestowed upon the Democrats: that the party the message from the right, because it doesn’t remind people why
ty, most reported that they heard little more than “Stop Trump,” a has become “too extreme and too dangerous to be trusted with they should go to the polls.
rallying cry that was embraced by the Democratic National Com- power” or that “Democrats produce mobs, Republicans produce What would inspire more voters to vote blue? They would re-
mittee when it sent out bumper stickers with that message to mil- jobs.” When the Democrats lack a clear message, President spond to a narrative about rebuilding America for all citizens:
lions of supporters. Trump’s rhetoric fills this vacuum with his own caricature, and strengthen the middle class, get the deficit under control, rebuild
In my most recent conversations, however, their perception of voters from both sides of the aisle are paying attention. our infrastructure, train the workforce for the future, and restore
the Democrats’ trademark has morphed into something more Certainly in deep blue districts, it pays for a candidate to be mad faith in government — rather than blame, outrage, and resistance.
troubling. as a hornet, but recent studies conclude that this resonates with on- It also wouldn’t hurt if the more controversial past leaders of
Let’s start with the Republicans. When I ask Republican voters ly about 8 percent of Americans. At a local level, there are Demo- the party could step out of the limelight for a moment. For in-
for words to describe the Democratic Party, their response can be crats who are rejecting the hysteria, focused on describing a better stance, given that the Kavanaugh hearings reminded voters about
summarized as “raging, condescending socialists.” future for the country. My voters suggested several models, such as Bill Clinton’s history as an accused sexual assaulter, this might not
“I actually used to be a Democrat, but then Democrats started Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, whose campaign have been best time for the Clintons to announce their 13-city
screaming and shouting and protesting so much that it alienated themes focus on families, faith, and hard work. Instead of propos- speaking tour.
me,” says José from Texas. ing a broader array of social programs, Gillum is appealing to the The Democrats could very well win the House of
Andrea from Florida blames the Democrats’ leaders: “Nancy mainstream: “If you work 40 hours a week,” he says, “you should be Representatives with a message of “Vote for us; we’re not corrupt
Pelosi is an angry obstructionist who should be retired.” Or, says able to make ends meet without having to work two or three jobs.” liars like Trump.” But there’s no certainty that they can govern —
Nick from Boston, “I see a lot of leaders promulgating a sickening Massachusetts voters admire how Representative Seth Moulton or win the presidency in 2020 — on a platform that everything’s
sense of holier-than-thou self-righteousness.” “And on top of that,” is staying out of the fray, focused on helping veterans who are run- going to be free and the other guys are awful bigots. America is
says Lettie from Arizona, “they want to take my hard-earned mon- ning for Congress — or how Beto O’Rourke of Texas reaches out to divided. Unless the Democrats can communicate an uplifting
ey and give it all away: free college, free health care, free child care, people who disagree with him. As a group, the Democratic candi- image for the nation, it will stay divided, and voters will lose faith
and guaranteed wages. It scares me.” dates who are military veterans — such as M.J. Hegar of Texas, in both parties — leaving only the biggest, baddest personalities
While Republicans are seeing an intolerant Democratic Party, Elaine Luria of Virginia, Ken Harbaugh of Ohio, and Chrissy Hou- with any appeal. And we’ve already seen where that leaves us.
many Democratic voters share similar perceptions. lahan of Pennsylvania — are sending an inspirational message to
“I am concerned about the reputation of my party,” says Shan- their constituents about commitment to country, courage, and the Diane Hessan is an entrepreneur, author, and chair of C Space.
dra from New Hampshire. “Who are all of these socialists? And fight to give opportunity to all. When Patricia, a Democrat from She has been in conversation with 500 voters across the political
why are we so uncivilized?” Adds Steven from Connecticut, “We North Carolina, talks about her support for veteran Dan Mc- spectrum weekly since December 2016. Follow her on Twitter
are supposed to be the party with the big tent that cares about di- Cready’s campaign for Congress, she tells me, “I don’t care about a @DianeHessan.
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A ‘caravan’ of misery
Their ‘crime’ is poverty

An endowment tax would help Re “Migrant caravan, Trump’s threats expand” (Page A2,
Oct. 23): Donald Trump decries the so-called horde of
violent criminals preparing to illegally cross the southern
border of the United States, yet he is deferential to a

fix the state’s ailments homicidal Saudi despot. The hypocrisy of his law-and-
order self-righteousness is blindingly transparent. The true
crime of illegal immigrants, in Trump’s warped moral
universe, is not murder and rape, but poverty. Were they as
B y Ja y G o n z a l e z The government subsidies provided But these institutions are part of our rich as MBS, he would find excuses to cover their supposed
to institutions of higher education are broader community. Thanks to our trangressions.

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mong the biggest challenges regressive — the wealthier the support of them through their tax- GREGORY E. SMITH
facing the state are an institution, the more it benefits from tax exempt status, some have accumulated BOSTON
education system that’s breaks and the more government loses enormous wealth and are in a position to
failing too many young in revenue that could be invested to give back without impacting the While we’re at it, we might as well
people and a broken support broader public objectives. important contributions they make.
transportation system. Of course we are fortunate to have Critics have argued that taxing the
close Lady Liberty
Child care endowments of Harvard and President Trump threatened to use the military at the
and preschool are unaffordable other universities will prevent Mexican border to stop the potential influx of the so-called
for many families, many of our these institutions from caravan of migrants that is wending its way from some
public schools are underfunded, providing scholarships and Central American countries, through Mexico, and, lastly, to
our public universities are too financial aid to needy students. the US border. One of his threats is to completely close the
expensive, and our roads and But it’s worth noting that border as well as to enact economic measures against
bridges, regional transit services, Harvard and other elite Mexico.
and the MBTA need urgent colleges pay more in It seems to be the case that, on the whole, these
improvements. endowment management fees migrants are undertaking this long, uncomfortable, and
If elected governor, I would than they do in scholarships. sometimes perilous journey to seek refuge from a
propose imposing a modest tax What’s more, Harvard gives dangerous existence and/or to find a better life for
on the robust endowments of the more aid to athletes and legacy themselves and their families.
wealthiest private colleges and students than to low-income I suggest that President Trump familiarize himself with
universities in Massachusetts in students. what is written on the tablet in the hands of the Statue of
order to fix these systems. And even after they make Liberty. If he no longer considers these statements valid, I
A 1.6 percent tax on the value these valuable contributions, suggest that he close down the statue and the public land
of endowments exceeding $1 their multibillion-dollar where it stands, and thereby save the taxpayer all the
billion would raise an additional endowments have grown at an money that is spent to maintain this facility.
$1 billion annually. The tax average annual rate of 4.8 to LOUISE MAYERSON
would impact just nine private 8.4 percent over the last 15 Arlington
institutions, which collectively years. A modest tax should
have endowments totaling more allow these institutions to keep To some questions, there are not ‘two
than $65 billion. doing everything they do today
It’s a fair proposal. These and still grow their
sides’
nonprofits have accumulated endowments at a rate that I’m tired of hearing that “both sides are equally bad” when
enormous wealth, in large part exceeds inflation. any discussion arises about the current state of politics. It
because they don’t pay taxes. And as important as these comes more often from conservatives who are
One report estimates that colleges and universities are to understandably uncomfortable with their leaders’ antics
Harvard University, which has a our economy and the strength while not wanting to abandon their own political
$39 billion endowment, receives of our community, our most objectives.
about $48,000 per important asset is our people. But let’s at least set the record straight. Both sides don’t
undergraduate student in tax This endowment tax proposal have leaders who politicize and vilify a caravan of
subsidies and other government is fair, and it’s the right thing to desperate and suffering refugeess with completely
support. Meanwhile, the state GLOBE STAFF/ ADOBE STOCK do. The new tax revenue will unsubstantiated statements about the possibility of a
spends just $8,000 per undergraduate these incredible colleges and universities result in a better educated and more terrorist within their ranks. Both sides don’t have a leader
student at UMass Boston. We know that in Massachusetts. They help drive our mobile workforce, a stronger economy, who proudly dons the self-descriptor of “nationalist,”
a higher percentage of students who knowledge-based and innovation- and a better quality of life for working borrowed from the darkest corners of modern history. Both
graduate from our public institutions oriented economy. They also give families being left behind. sides don’t have leaders who lead jeering crowds in ridicule
choose to remain here in Massachusetts financial aid to lower-income students of the free press, who express fondness for a legislator who
than those who attend the private who otherwise couldn’t afford their Jay Gonzalez is a Democratic candidate can body slam a reporter and who desperately try to look
institutions. tuition. for governor. the other way when another is butchered. Both sides don’t
have leaders with numerous allegations of sexual attacks
bolstered by their own recorded words.
This election is not about an honest disagreement
JOAN VENNOCHI between well-intentioned individuals. It’s about one side
with a very dark leader and allies who stand by and do

The inevitable Everett casino


nothing to stop the madness for what they believe will be
their own political gain. Beyond any new majorities or
success of any party, I desperately hope Nov. 6 brings a
ringing response, if not an end, to the new voice of hatred
that is redefining America.
EVERETT LARRY LOBERT

D
one deal. Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.
we have done everything we can to show
Walk through a 1,350
square-foot “Parlor Suite” ho- Don’t bet against Wynn to we are a new company,” said DiSalvio.
As it mulls that question, the gaming
tel room in the Encore Bos-
ton Harbor and a winning
hold on to their license for commission is undergoing its own drama. Merkel picks up the mantle dropped by
hand for this $2.5 billion project feels inev- Encore Boston Harbor. In September, Steve Crosby resigned as Trump
commission chair because of what he
itable. No one will stay for the view: a giant
called false claims of favoritism regarding
turbine and several smokestacks. But the Re “Europe shows unity as Germany halts Saudi arms
how he conducted the commission’s busi-
king-size bed, gilt-edged furniture, and sales” (Page A8, Oct. 23): With Chancellor Angela Merkel of
happens next.” ness. Crosby has been accused of prejudg-
bathrooms lined with Greek marble tile of- Germany taking the high road in halting arms sales to
Compare that studied caution with the ing the outcome of the commission report
fer up a luxurious haven on the otherwise Saudi Arabia in response to the murder of journalist Jamal
breezy confidence of former Massachusetts by Wynn representatives and by Mohegan
unglamorous banks of the Mystic River Khashoggi, while our president, Donald Trump, takes the
governor Bill Weld, who as a lawyer at Sun, a rival casino company that sued the
here. accommodating road of continuing arms sales, it is
Mintz Levin generates many billable hours commission for awarding the license to
From the outside, the bronze building certainly time to shift the mantle of Leader of the Free
on behalf of his client, Wynn MA. On the Wynn.
owned by Wynn Resorts looks nearly com- World to Chancellor Merkel.
matter of the license, “I think they’re likely Before that, Crosby was accused of tilt-
plete. A hard-hat tour on Wednesday This shift is long overdue, since Merkel is holding to-
to hold it. No one in Massachusetts had ing the casino licensing decision process,
shows construction feverishly underway at gether both the values and the structure of the free world
anything to do with the stuff that was go- to the point that he ultimately recused
the venue, which will house bars, restau- while Trump takes one action after another after another to
ing on out in Las Vegas,” said Weld, during himself from the vote.
rants, retail shops, a ballroom and a grand fracture both.
a recent visit with the Globe editorial But the accusations live on, most re-
lobby with two curving escalators that each DON CARLSON
board, to which he squired Dan Fishman, cently in a Boston magazine article entitled
cost $900,000. Boston
the Libertarian candidate for state auditor. “How Massachusetts Went All in on Steve
And, of course, the showpiece will be a
Weld is listed as principal of ML Strate- Wynn.” The story drew an unusually harsh
200,000 square-foot casino floor. Red Mu-
rebuttal from the commission, but Boston
So, the crime is in the quality of the
rano crystal chandeliers hanging from the gies — Mintz Levin’s lobbying arm — which
so far in 2018, according to state records, magazine stood by it. cover-up?
massive room’s high ceilings already give a
was paid $136,000 by Wynn MA. Weld also The message Baker said he took from
taste of the five-star ambiance that Wynn
said he would be “front and center” during Crosby’s resignation is that “his position
Resorts is aiming for. Outside, about 1,000 “Worst cover-up ever,” says Donald Trump. When a jour-
upcoming hearings on the licensing issue. would be both a distraction and a detri-
handpicked trees are being planted. nalist has been brutally murdered, leave it to our president
According to DiSalvio, the legal team for ment” to the commission’s ability to con-
To open in June, as planned, the casino to comment on the quality of the cover-up. What’s wrong
those proceedings has not yet been chosen, vince the public of the integrity of their de-
giant needs the Massachusetts Gaming with this man?
though he acknowledges the company has cision. But whatever that decision turns
Commission to find it still “suitable” to op- STEPHEN POLIT
paid “millions” in legal fees to Mintz Levin out to be, “My assumption here is . . .
erate the resort, despite #MeToo allega- Belmont
because of challenges to the Everett casino. they’re going to get sued,” predicted Baker.
tions made last year against company
Wynn Resorts also wants to show how That seems like a safe bet. Based on
founder Steve Wynn. Robert DiSalvio,
different the company is today than when what’s already in the ground, plus the mil- Moved by the Hernandez story
president of Wynn MA, the licensee, said
it was awarded the license in 2014 to do lions spent to pave the way for this casino,
he has no information about the commis-
business in Massachusetts. To separate the another one might be that Wynn Resorts
sion’s report on what other executives Your series on the life and death of Aaron Hernandez was
casino business from the icky details of his won’t be doing the suing, because it will re-
knew about the accusations against Wynn, just awesome. I truly appreciated the investigative manner
alleged sexual misconduct, Wynn resigned tain the license to operate in Everett.
who denies them. in which you presented the story and the facts. I was mes-
During a meeting with the Globe edito- as CEO and sold all of his shares in the merized by the thought “what a wasted life.” If just one per-
company; the board underwent a major Joan Vennochi can be reached at
rial board last week, Governor Charlie Bak- son had taken a human interest in Aaron rather than just
shake-up; and Kim Sinatra, the company’s vennochi@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter
er said he hasn’t seen the report, but what’s an interest in winning and making money, perhaps his life
general counsel, exited. “We certainly hope @Joan_Vennochi.
in it “matters a lot with respect to what could have been saved. I have a 14-year-old grandson who
is a loyal, passionate Boston sports fan. He presently has a
strong moral compass. I have shared this series with him in
the hopes that if he should ever be able to save a human be-
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‘Minister’ Baker,
said to
have and Gonzalez
to hold don’t spar
Bridesmaids say
credit cards stolen
By Travis Andersen
over taxes
GLOBE STAFF

Trust is crucial in any mar-


Democratic rival may
riage, but a Cape couple learned be in an awkward spot
that after vetting one another
during a lengthy courtship, it’s al-
so smart to gather intel on the He seeks more revenue
reverend presiding over the wed-
ding. to invest in programs
That’s after an unlicensed
minister identified as James C.
Stern administered the vows and By Matt Stout
then allegedly ripped off their GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

wedding party during a Sept. 15 Fighting a mountain-size deficit in


ceremony at a Yarmouth resort, the public polls, Jay G onzalez has
authorities whacked Governor Charlie Baker on the
said. MBTA. He’s attacked the Republican on
Yarmouth gas pipelines and the State Police. He’s
p o l i c e tried to corner Baker on his support for
We d n e s d a y a conservative Senate candidate.
confirmed But what about Baker’s central 2014
that Stern, campaign promise to voters that he
39, of Ports- wouldn’t raise taxes? As a debate moder-
mouth, R.I., ator pressed the governor on the issue
who has a last week, Gonzalez, the Democratic
James C. Stern criminal re- challenger, watched, waited his turn,
was charged cord, was in and then . . . changed the subject.
with larceny of custody in his “But we’ve got to make sure that peo-
$1,200. home state. A ple understand the choice here on trans-
lawyer for portation,” Gonzalez stressed.
Stern declined to comment. For a governor who ran on not rais-
Police detailed Stern’s alleged ing taxes and fees, Baker has rarely had
crimes in a statement Tuesday. to defend it against Gonzalez, a progres-
“During the ceremony, [the sive Democrat who has built his cam-
bride’s] bridal party had been paign on promising to pursue tax hikes
provided with a locked room to on the wealthy and invest, he says, in
store their belongings,” police ways Baker is unwilling.
said Tuesday in a statement. “Lat- On Tuesday, Gonzalez charged in a
er that same evening, several statement that Baker has “waffled on
bridesmaids reported the misuse taxes.” But his own tax-heavy platform
of their credit cards.” has otherwise left the former state bud-
The bride told police that get chief unable — if not unwilling — to
Stern, described as a nondenomi- scrutinize Baker on whether he honored
national minister, had officiated his pledge, even after Baker signed into
LANE TURNER/GLOBE STAFF
her wedding. Trouble is, that a law a $800 million payroll tax and a $2
phrase “by the authority vested in Peace advocate Lewis Randa (right) led the procession of the Victims of Violence stone. surcharge on car rental transactions,

A SOLEMN WALK
me” didn’t apply to the quack among other new revenue generators.
cleric, according to police. Jay Gonzalez, meet box.
“Yarmouth Police Department “To start with, it’s hard for a Demo-
Detective Michael Wells conduct- crat to criticize someone for raising tax-
ed a follow-up investigation that es they think are necessary. Here, he’s al-
determined that Stern had not ready made a point to basically say this
been licensed in Massachusetts to By Katie Camero guy should be taxing more,” Ray La Raja,

A
officiate her wedding ceremony,
consequently deeming her mar-
Peace group GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

small, but strong, group who want to bring atten-


a political scientist at the University of
Massachusetts Amherst, said of Gonza-
riage invalid,” the statement said. hauls its tion to the victims of violence walked for six miles lez. “That’s a tough one.”
Police said Stern “ was re- on Wednesday, pulling a 700-pound memorial stone With less than two weeks until the
quired to submit the license to 700-pound from its base in Sherborn to Boston College’s Sep- Nov. 6 election, Gonzalez is trying to
the state within 10 days of the tember 11th Memorial Labyrinth. scratch out as much ground as possible
marriage and he had not. The memorial The journey, hosted by the Peace Abbey Founda- against an incumbent who’s led by near-
Town of Yarmouth Clerk’s Office
contacted the secretary of state’s
stone six tion, was planned for United Nations Day. They
used the Victims of Violence stone as a symbol to remind others about
ly 30 points in recent polling. And he’s
done so by heavily promoting his own
office to determine whether the
officiant had been properly com-
miles to the sacrifices made by those who have died from handgun violence,
mass shootings, or any other action that has brought about a homi-
tax plans while criticizing Baker for not
presenting his own.
missioned and was informed that honor cide, said Lewis M. Randa, director of the foundation. Baker’s own nuanced dance with new
he had not obtained a commis- “This was an opportunity to link the suffering of people throughout taxes has weaved through his first term,
sion to perform the wedding.” victims of the world to the suffering of those here at the US,” Randa said. “It during which he has defended his sup-
Stern now faces charges of lar- takes my breath away time and again that you don’t have to look far to port for new revenue when he says it
ceny of $1,200 by false pretense violence meet someone with a homicide in their family.” supports new programs or levels a “play-
and impersonating a justice of The stone was lifted from its setting at the Peace Abbey’s Pacifist ing field,” as in the case of new taxes he
the peace, officials said. WALK, Page B5 backs on short-term rentals, such as
STERN, Page B5 TAXES, Page B8

JOHN C. BURKE 1930 - 2018


Cox appears in Boston to push for
‘yes’ vote on Mass. Question 3 A newsroom fount of
Laverne Cox, whose groundbreak-
ing role on “Orange is The New
strength and wisdom
Black” made her the first transgen-
der woman of col-
or on mainstream
for half a century
television and a By Bryan Marquard
two-time Prime- GLOBE STAFF

time Emmy nomi- John C. Burke, who called himself a “railroad


nee, visited Bos- man’s son,” started out in newspapers during
ton Wednesday to World War II, when he’d join his paperboy pals at
urge voters to the train station to wait “both mornings and af-
CAMPAIGN keep transgender ternoons for the trains to come in with the news-
NOTEBOOK individuals’ rights papers they had to deliver.”
intact by voting He began working in newsrooms upon gradu-
Yes on Question 3. ating from high school in 1948, and there he
Voting yes on the ballot question stayed for 66 years, including a half-century at
would preserve the state law barring the Globe. The profession changed enormously
discrimination against transgender during his career and Mr. Burke did, too, at one
people in public spaces like stores point serving as a consultant to boston.com as
and restaurants and allowing them the Globe moved into the digital era. Mr. Burke helped
to use public restrooms consistent For half his Globe tenure, he was the editor in oversee many facets
JESSICA RINALDI/GLOBE STAFF
with their gender identity. charge on Saturdays and Sundays, making do of the Globe’s
When Massachusetts enacted the Laverne Cox, a two-time Emmy nominee and transgender activist, with a small weekend staff of young, newly-hired coverage, from the
law in 2016, Cox said, “That was an urged voters to keep protections for transgender people in the state. reporters, student co-ops, and interns when sum- Sunday edition to
amazing thing. That was something mer rolled around. Mr. Burke could make that Globe Santa to a
to celebrate. And here we are, two campaign, she spoke about tougher to arm myself — not literally, but compact crew feel like a full, bustling newsroom. nascent boston.com.
years later, defending that. It is a re- times in her own life 17 years ago, emotionally — because I knew when “He was not someone who said, ‘Let’s let
minder to me that the fight is never when she was weathering so much I left the house that I was probably things happen.’ That didn’t apply to John. He
done.” scorn and discrimination, she con- going to be harassed,” she said. made things happen,” said Thomas Mulvoy, a for-
While Cox cheered on her fellow templated suicide. Weary of being viewed as a man mer Globe managing editor. “He knew what to
transgender activists rallying for the “Every day I left the house, I had CAMPAIGN NOTEBOOK, Page B7 BURKE, Page B6
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Mystery of the
bendable straw
By Katie Camero
GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

Materials scientists at the University of


Massachusetts have taken a deep look into the
properties of a humble object that might be
sticking out of your drink right now: the
bendable straw.
The researchers looked at how the straws
bend and why they stay bent.
The ability for a bendable straw to remain
stable while bent hinges on pent-up tension,
or pre-stress, the researchers said in a study
published last week in the journal Soft Matter.
“The straw is frustrated, in a sense,” said
co-lead author Ryan Hayward, a materials sci-
JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM PHOTOS
entist at the university. “There’s no obvious
reason why a bendy straw should want to be US Senator Edward M. Kennedy with a US Army member in Vietnam in 1968 and a telegram from James Cagney are newly released.
stable when bent.”
Bendy straws, which can take multiple po-
sitions, are “multi-stable,” Hayward said. “The
beauty of bistability or multi-stability is that
you need to apply force to go in the shape, but
Some notable letters in Kennedy papers
then it naturally holds that position.”
The modern bendy straw was invented in By Emily Sweeney

A
the 1930s when Joseph B. Friedman watched GLOBE STAFF

his young daughter struggle to drink a milk- trove of newly released material from the late Edward M.
shake out of a straight paper straw in San Kennedy’s files includes the young senator’s communications ns
Francisco. with several notable figures, among them are the Rev. Martin n
Friedman was inspired. He inserted a Luther King Jr., labor leader Cesar Chavez, and movie star
screw inside the top of a straw and wrapped James Cagney.
dental floss around it, outlining the screw’s A total of 879 boxes of archival material are being released that feature
grooves, according to a 2011 article in The At- an assortment of letters, telegrams, memoranda, notes, news clippings, re--
lantic. ports, and photographs, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Muse-
He removed the screw, “leaving an accordi- um officials announced. The materials have never been seen before by the
on-like ridge” in the straw, allowing it to bend public.
without blocking the flow of the liquid. He One document is a Western Union telegram that Ted Kennedy received
patented it and later created a multimillion- from Cagney in 1969. In that tersely worded missive, Cagney expresses his
dollar business. Little did he know his work dismay about a proposed airport expansion on Martha’s Vineyard.
would be studied so closely decades later. “For more than 30 years I have watched Martha’s Vineyard go downhill
The UMass study paves the way for future as a place of natural wonder and peaceful haven,” Cagney’s message says.
research into applications in robotics or devic- “Now they are talking of runways for jets. Is there to be no end to the de-
es for minimally invasive surgery, Hayward struction of all that is natural and worthwhile? Please give it some
said. thought.”
“It will be helpful for us to understand this Another notable piece of correspondence was a letter that Kennedy
fundamental principle, which is key when de- wrote to King in October 1966. “I was surprised by the range
rang
a e of iissues and questions that were directed
signing new applications,” Hayward said. “If “Dear Dr. King: Thank you very much for your thoughtful letter of Sep- to Se
Senator Kennedy, as well as the degree to which his Massachusetts con-
you’re going to build a reconfigurable device, tember 2, 1966 and for your kind comments on my address,” Kennedy says stituents felt a deeply personal connection to him and the entire Kennedy
it’s important to know why it works, and in his typewritten letter. “My visit to Mississippi was a memorable one for family,” said Christina Fitzpatrick, one of the archivists who worked on pro-
when it might fail.” me and I was deeply impressed by the ability and sincerity and dedication cessing the Kennedy files.
The study comes as plastic straws, which of the members of the SCLC who I met that night in Jackson. As you know I In addition to those documents, library officials announced that more
gained popularity in the 1950s, have faced have the greatest respect for your organization and the work it has done than 1,900 audio recordings of the “Face Off” radio program, which fea-
scrutiny over the harm they cause to the envi- and is doing to advance the cause of civil rights. It was my privilege and tured Kennedy debating with Republican colleagues, have been digitized
ronment. Plastics can remain in landfills for pleasure to visit with you.” and are now available on the library’s website.
hundreds of years, and plastic in the ocean The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, founded in 1957, Library officials said the newly released files represent approximately 5
floats around as small pieces that can poison played a key role in the civil rights movement. King was its first president. percent of Kennedy’s collection. This is first of the batch to be released, and
animals. The collection also features a telegram Kennedy sent to labor leader and more will be released in the future.
As a result, paper straws are popping up in civil rights activist Cesar Chavez regarding a United Farm Workers protest “It will all depend on how difficult it will be to review/process the next
restaurants and bars. march. The message was sent to Chavez and addressed to the Ramada Inn set of material, which is still unknown,” said Karen Adler Abramson, chief
in Brawley, Calif., on May 16, 1969. archivist of the John F. Kennedy Library.
Material from the Washington Post was “To all who marched through the heat and the desert to strengthen the The longtime senator’s wife, Victoria Reggie Kennedy, is co-founder and
included in this report. Katie Camero can be cause and open the eyes of our nation I send my admiration and pledge my president of the board of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute. In the press re-
reached at katie.camero@globe.com. Follow lasting commitment,” stated Kennedy. “The lifting of men from poverty and lease, she noted how her husband served in the US Senate for nearly 47
her on Twitter @camerokt_ from the crush of exploitation is the challenge on both sides of the border. years, and with 10 different presidents (one of whom was his late brother)
We are joined in this common cause; I am proud to be joined with you. We and “had the great privilege both to have witnessed and played a significant
shall continue the fight for human dignity and understanding.” part in modern American history.”
Much of the material in the collection pertains to constituent services, “Ted donated his papers to the Kennedy Library with the hope that they
which includes correspondence with organizations, businesses, local gov- would be made publicly available as quickly as feasible,” she said in the
ernment officials, and private citizens. (Kennedy’s office received a lot of press release. “Today marks an important first step in achieving that goal.”
mail: In 1969, Senator Kennedy received 1,000 letters per day, and by 1972,
that had doubled to 2,000 letters, according to a press release from the Emily Sweeney can be reached at esweeney@globe.com. Follow her on
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum). Twitter @emilysweeney.

AROUND THE REGION

C O N CO R D requires additional documentation from voters Medal; the European-African-Middle Eastern


who move to the state within 30 days of an elec- Campaign Medal with three bronze Service
Crane operator killed tion. A Hillsborough County Superior Court Stars; and the World War II Victory Medal. Len-
judge on Monday blocked the state from using zen was born in Providence in 1919 and enlisted
at school work project the law, saying it would confuse voters and create in the Army in 1942. He served in the Chemical
longer lines at the polls while doing nothing to Maintenance Company, helping with the mainte-
MOUNT WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY
A construction worker was killed Wednesday address voter fraud. Secretary of State Bill Gard- nance of weaponry and other tasks. He was in-
when he was struck by a crane outside Willard ner responded Wednesday by filing an emergen- jured by shrapnel in Europe. He died of lung can-
BY THE NUMBERS School on Powder Mill Road, officials said. The
worker, a 55-year-old man from Sutton, was op-
cy motion asking the state Supreme Court to halt
the lower court’s ruling. Gardner, who also filed
cer in 1965. (AP)

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erating the crane attached to a flatbed truck motions in superior court, argues that the ruling P R OV I D E N C E
when “an apparent mechanical failure occurred, created significant disruption two weeks before
resulting in him being struck by the construction the election and left local election officials with- URI faculty approve
equipment,” Middlesex District Attorney Marian out clear instructions on which registration
Ryan said. Concord police notified State Police forms to use. (AP) three-year contract
at 2 p.m. accident, Ryan said. The worker was
pronounced dead at the scene. The case has been C RA N STO N , R. I . State officials say the University of Rhode Island
referred to the Chief Medical Examiner’s office has reached an agreement with faculty members
The number of inches of snow recorded overnight
who will determine the cause of death. But the WW II veteran’s medals on a new contract. Faculty union director Jay
death is not considered suspicious, Ryan said. Walsh says the contract was overwhelmingly ap-
on Mount Washington in New Hampshire, the high-
est peak in the in the northeastern United States. The incident is under investigation. posthumously awarded proved by faculty members. The Providence
The snowfall on the mountain, which included drifts Journal reports the three-year agreement calls
of 6 feet, was just one example of the harsh weath- C O N CO R D, N . H . A World War II veteran from Rhode Island who for 2.5 percent salary increases in January 2019,
er that passed through New England between Tues- participated in the D-Day invasion has been July 2019, and July 2020. It also includes the
day afternoon and Wednesday morning. Many
Mainers got their first glimpse of accumulated Official seeks OK for posthumously awarded several medals he earned same health insurance agreed to by other state
snow Wednesday morning. Parts of Northern and for his service but never received. The medals employees and will affect more than 750 full-
Central Piscataquis, Northern Penobscot, and voter registration law earned by Elmer Howard Lenzen Jr. were given time faculty. URI President David Dooley says
Southeast Aroostook counties got one to three Wednesday to his daughter, Mary Ann Ballard, the contract represents a balance between the
inches. Areas of higher elevation may get up to five The New Hampshire secretary of state is pushing during a ceremony in the office of Democratic US university’s priorities and the union’s needs. (AP)
inches, according to the National Weather Service.
for disputed voter registration law to be used in Senator Jack Reed. The medals included the
the upcoming midterm elections. The new law Good Conduct Medal; the American Campaign-
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Baker: Others should decide on fired official’s pension


By Matt Rocheleau aren’t a legal slam-dunk. bad intent if it’s true that he “politically motivated,” de- were done with approval and to fessionalize an underperform-
GLOBE STAFF T he allegations against was concerned about the hours scribed the investigation that ensure employees showed up ing agency.”
Governor Charlie Baker, McGinn do not appear to be the people were putting in and he led to it as unprofessional, and for work on time.
who has repeatedly said cor- subject of any criminal review. wanted to better and improve said McGinn intends to “litigate “Frankly, he should have
rupt State Police troopers Peter Lorenz, a spokesman the agency he was working at.” the matter further.” been commended rather than Matt Rocheleau can be reached
should lose their state-funded for the executive environmental A s f o r wh e t h e r McG i n n Burke said McGinn “ada- criticized,” Burke said. “Every- at
pensions, took a different tack office, would only say that offi- could face criminal penalties mantly denies” involvement in thing he did when he was colo- matthew.rocheleau@globe.com.
this week regarding the Envi- cials there had referred the case for violating a state law enacted the alleged ticket-fixing and nel of the Environmental Police Follow him on Twitter
ronmental Police colonel who to the ethics commission. to prevent police from fixing said his surveillance efforts was done in an attempt to pro- @mrochele.
was recently fired for miscon- Asked whether the allega- tickets, local legal experts said
duct.
Baker suggested Tuesday

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that other state officials should
make the call on the pension Environmental Police Colonel
benefits for Colonel James
McGinn, a former State Police James McGinn was found to
sergeant who also served as
have fixed a pair of tickets.

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Baker’s personal campaign
driver.
The governor said the feder-
al payroll fraud charges facing tions were submitted to prose- charges under that statute
troopers are more serious than cutors, Lorenz said the office would be unusual, if not un-
the allegations levied in an in- “will provide other parties with precedented.
ternal investigation against any information if requested.” The alleged ticket-fixing
McGinn, who was found to Because the alleged miscon- “certainly hurts the public trust
have fixed a pair of tickets and
used state funds to spy on other
duct happened in multiple
parts of the state and involves
in law enforcement,” Elikann
said. But, “it’s not the most usu-
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officers.
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al or serious of crimes.”
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sion,” Baker told reporters Tues-
day, according to a recording
released by his office.
offices in Suffolk, Middlesex,
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Weather service says two tornadoes hit New England Tuesday


By Martin Finucane weather service said in a public It traveled from North Provi- nor th of West Main Stree t and the damage path was 170 The tornadoes were
GLOBE STAFF information statement. dence northeast to the neigh- (Route 123). Its wind speeds yards at its widest, the weather spawned as powerful thunder-
It was a one-two punch. The The first tornado touched boring town of Lincoln, R.I. reached 90 to 95 miles per service said. storms crashed through the re-
National Weather Service says down around 3:31 p.m. in Along the way, it uprooted and hour, making it also an EF-1 The forecasters said the in- gion Tuesday afternoon, dump-
two twisters hit New England North Providence, R.I., on snapped trees, downed large tornado, the weather service formation in the report was ing rain, hurling hail, and whip-
Tuesday, one in Rhode Island Meadow View Boulevard. Its branches, and blew shingles off said. preliminary. ping up high winds that
and one in Massachusetts. wind speeds reached an esti- houses. It lifted near Christo- It traveled northeast Weather service meteorolo- knocked down trees and wires.
No one was injured in either mated 90 to 100 miles per hour, pher Drive in Lincoln around through town. The twister gist Joe Dellicarpini said at a In Lincoln, “everybody was
tornado, though there was tree making it an EF-1 tornado, the 3:34 p.m. downed and snapped trees, in- news conference Wednesday in a panic in the streets,” the
and proper ty damage, the weather service said. It traveled about 1.5 miles, cluding oak and pine trees that morning in Lincoln that fore- fire chief said after the twister
and the damage path was 250 were snapped midway up and a casters knew there would be ripped through a neighbor-
yards at its widest, the weather few that were snapped near thunderstorms Tuesday, but the hood.
service said. their bases. It eventually lifted tornadoes were “a little bit un-
The second tornado, at the southernmost portion of expected.” He said there was “a Martin Finucane can be
spawned by the same storm Reservoir Street around 4:15 little bit more going on yester- reached at
cell, hit at about 4:13 p.m. in p.m. day” in the atmosphere than martin.finucane@globe.com
Norton, on Freeman Street just It traveled about 0.8 miles, forecasters realized.
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Memorial in Sherborn and who were murdered over the do,” Randa added.
brought to the Homicide Me- past 30 years, along with those Those who helped pull the
morial Peace Garden in Boston, of well-known figures who have stone also sprinkled water
“the perfect place to begin the died from violence including along the path as they walked,
walk,” Randa said. Martin Luther King Jr. and Ma- serving as a symbolic gesture of
About a dozen people hatma Gandhi, Randa said. the tears victims of homicides
helped pull the stone past the Wednesday marked the sec- have shed, Randa said.
Holocaust Memorial, the statue ond time the Victims of Vio- “It was the journey of the
of the Quaker pacifist, Mary lence stone — unveiled in 1994 tears,” he said.
Dyer, the Brookline birthplace — has been pulled from its The walk came to an end af-
of President John F. Kennedy base, an event “that opens ter about five hours, Randa
and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, doors to communication on the said. The stone has been towed
and landed at the Boston Col- subject of violence and the back to its home setting in
lege September 11th Laby- death of civilians,” Randa said. Sherborn.
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as assistant managing editor, climbing the Magnolia hill.” room.”
and began working the next His father, Clifton Burke, Though best known as an
morning at boston.com. Mr. was a manager with the Boston editor, Mr. Burke was also a
Burke walked out the doors a & Maine Railroad. His mother, sharp observer as a writer,
final time 18 years later, at age the former Anna Coughlin, also which was evident in a 1991
84. worked for the railroad, and obituar y he wrote about a
“He was very loyal. You’d her civic involvement gave Gloucester clam digger.
have to say he was a workahol- John an early education about “ With his bright caps,
ic,” said former Globe editor whom to seek out when he weathered woolen jackets, Ar-
John S. Driscoll. wanted to know what was real- my-type pants, and rubber
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the movies, but he got the job Mr. Burke served many During World War II, Mr. for any New England story or
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By Laura Crimaldi state chemist, Sonja Farak,
GLOBE STAFF who pleaded guilty to tamper-
Democratic Attorney Gener- ing with drug samples in 2014.
al Maura Healey says fighting In the decision, the justices
the opioid crisis has been her said Farak’s evidence tamper-
top priority as the state’s top ing was compounded by mis-
law enforcement officer. conduct by two former prose-
Her Republican challenger, cutors, who worked under
James “Jay” McMahon, a Cape then-attorney general Martha
Cod attorney who lost his el- Coakley.
dest son, Joel, to opioid addic- The prosecutors cited in the
t i o n , s a y s s h e’s n o t d o i n g ruling now work for different
enough to combat the epidemic state government agencies.
and accused her of letting drug “These folks worked under
dealers get the upper hand. the prior administration,” Hea-
On Wednesday, the issue ley said. “I did not hire them. I
dominated a sometimes-tense did not supervise them. They
debate between the two at the did not work during my time.”
University of Massachusetts Because of Farak’s miscon-
Boston. duct, Healey said her office ad-
“She’s soft on crime,” said vocated for the dismissal of
McMahon, saying the state’s thousands of cases.
streets are “flowing with co- The candidates also clashed
caine, heroin, and fentanyl.” over gun control. McMahon de-
“We have an opioid crisis scribed himself as staunch de-
here and we’re letting these fender of the Second Amend-
guys go out the door without ment and said, if elected, he
giving them sufficient prison would rescind Healey’s deci-
time,” he said. “The only way to sion to prosecute gun sellers
drive these purveyors of poison and manufacturers who sell
out of Massachusetts it to be firearms with slight modifica-
harsh with them.” tions intended to sidestep the
Healey, who is seeking a sec- state’s ban on assault weapons.
ond four-year term, said her of- “She just banned wholesale
PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF
fice has prosecuted hundreds categories of guns because she
of cases involving drug dealers Maura Healey responded to a point from her opponent, James “Jay” McMahon, who challenged the attorney general on doesn’t like guns. She has a per-
and taken millions of fentanyl her approach to opioids, gun control, and the State Police overtime pay scandal during Wednesday’s debate. sonal animus toward guns and
doses off the street. apparently toward gun own-
She said she also proposed hoods, but we’re not going to S t u d i e s a t U Ma s s B o s t o n , ney Daniel Shores in Septem- chusetts State Police. ers,” McMahon said.
legislation that made traffick- get there by that work alone,” WBUR radio, and The Boston ber to win the GOP nomina- McMahon said he has no Healey said a federal judge
ing fentanyl illegal, formed a Healey said. “My focus has also Globe. The event was broadcast tion. confidence in Healey’s ability to ruled her enforcement of the
strike force to target fentanyl been on treatment. That’s what live on WBUR’s “Radio Boston” Healey has more than $2 investigate troopers and then assault weapons ban is consti-
dealers, and secured $1 million I hear from families. They need and streamed on websites for million in her campaign ac- accused her office of “heavy tutional and disputed McMa-
in federal funding to combat more access to behavioral the Globe, WBUR, and UMass count and is considered a fu- corruption.” hon’s assertion that she dislikes
the synthetic opioid. health services. I have made Boston. ture candidate for higher office. He tied the allegation to a gun owners.
“Certainly we need to do all that a priority. I will continue McMahon isn’t well known Their sharpest exchange Supreme Judicial Court deci- “Couldn’t be further from
we can to get after the drug car- to make that a priority.” and his campaign account during the 45-minute debate sion issued earlier this month the truth,” she said.
tels and those who are pump- The debate was sponsored holds just under $15,000, state unfolded after Healey was that tossed out thousands of
ing poison through our com- by the McCormack Graduate records show. asked about the overtime pay drug convictions based on drug Laura Crimaldi can be reached
munities and our neighbor- School of Policy and Global He defeated Hingham attor- scandal involving the Massa- tests performed by a former at laura.crimaldi@globe.com.

Baker rarely has to defend promise not to raise taxes


uTAXES crease to support that new plans, questioning whether
Continued from Page B1 TOUCHY SUBJECT
benefit, yeah,” Baker said, add- they’d even pay for all of Gon-
Airbnb’s. The Republican has In the last campaign, Charlie Baker (left) ing that he didn’t raise taxes as zalez’s promises on transporta-
reiterated his opposition to he closed what he called a $1 tion or moving toward a sin-
broad-based increases on the pledged he wouldn’t raise taxes; in the billion structural budget defi- gle-payer health care system.
income or sales tax, repeatedly cit after taking office. Asked last week if Baker
filing budgets without them.
current campaign, Jay Gonzalez has Largely absent from the broke his campaign pledge,
And he’ll continue to oppose proposed taxing college endowments and back-and-forth was Gonzalez, Gonzalez said: “I don’t know.”
them if reelected, said cam- who in the debate — and else- “I’m concerned about the
paign spokesman Terry Mac- the wealthy to fund a variety of initiatives. where — has highlighted his next four years, and the next
Cormack. plans to tax the endowments four years he’s not proposing
“As a general rule, I don’t of the state’s wealthiest colleg- to do anything in this regard,”
think balancing the budget to us. That’s our job.” to Baker about a governor who “Would you say that person es to generate $1 billion in Gonzalez said. “I know it’s not
should be coming out of the The debate about how imposed a quarter-billion-dol- is a no-new-taxes governor?” new taxes. easy for a political candidate
pockets of the taxpayers,” Bak- c l o s e l y h e’s h e w e d t o t h at lar assessment on some em- Braude asked during Baker He also said he’d push a to say, ‘I’m going to raise taxes.’
er told reporters following a pledge reared its head last ployers and new taxes to back- and Gonzalez’s second debate, constitutional amendment But we can’t afford not to.”
WBZ-hosted debate this week, when Jim Braude posed stop a paid medical and family at the WGBH-TV studios in through the Legislature to In a statement Tuesday,
month. “That should be left up a not-so-hypothetical situation leave. Brighton. raise the state income tax on Gonzalez sharpened his rheto-
In response, the Republi- those making $1 million or ric somewhat, arguing that
can defended the payroll tax, more, after the Supreme Judi- Baker “has waffled on taxes,”
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES noting it was tied to the so- cial Court rejected a ballot among other topics, including
called grand bargain between question that sought to do the his support for US Senate can-
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT Legal Notice: Retail Lease Opportunities at Various MBTA
Notice to Boston Concession Locations activists, business leaders, and same. Gonzalez has acknowl- didate Geoff Diehl. Baker said
Harbor Boaters MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
SOLICITATION FOR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) legislators to keep several bal- edged that passing such a during the WGBH debate that
Be advised that on behalf SERVICES FOR UNDERGROUND AND is seeking to offer individual retail lease agreements for
of the Harbor Electric En- OTHER STRUCTURES the following individual retail locations within the MBTA’s lot questions from going to measure would take an entire he hadn’ t decided whether
ergy Company, Caldwell Request For Qualifications mass transit system at select MBTA stations listed below:
Marine International, voters in a “deal that people four-year term under constitu- he’d back the conservative Re-
LLC will be conducting The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is solicit- Station Municipality Sq. Ft.+/-
Marine Horizontal Direc- ing engineering and design services for underground and Sullivan Square Boston 153 can live with,” Baker said. tional requirements. publican, but told reporters af-
tional Drilling Operations, other structures. Project types include but are not limited Oak Grove Malden 165
dredging, and submarine
cable installation from
to MBTA facilities, bridges, tunnels, retaining walls and mis- Porter Square Cambridge 320 “It’s an $800 million in- Baker has criticized the terward that he would.
cellaneous structures. The selected Consultant shall have West Concord Concord 1,500
the east end of the Con-
ley Container Terminal,
experience providing underground construction design Lynn Lynn 10,800 “What does Governor Bak-
support. Consultant shall be knowledgeable in advanced Lynn Lynn 2,700
under the Main Ship
Channel, north towards
geotechnical engineering, ground improvement, structural Swampscott Swampscott 1,334 er actually stand for?” Gonza-
rehabilitation design, underpinning and support of excava- Route 128 Westwood 400

ARTSBOSTON
Governors Flats, Lower
Middle Channel to Deer
tion design. Norwood Central Norwood 1,755 lez said in his statement. “He
Needham Junction Needham 2,200
Island from October 31, The scope of services for the Project is to provide engineer- is constantly trying to have it

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2018 and continue until ing services, design review and design and construction To obtain a copy of the Invitation to Bid (ITB) and become
approximately January
31, 2019, 24 hours a day,
phase services for underground structures and other struc- a registered bidder, visit www.mbtarealty.com/bid-docs/ both ways and basing impor-
7 days a week. This oper-
tures as may be assigned. The primary disciplines involved or contact the MBTA’s designated representative:
ation will have no impact
in this contract include, but not limited to: civil, structural
and geotechnical engineering, environmental site assess- Massachusetts Realty Group
tant decisions on political cal-
to the Main Ship Channel.
The JMC 146 Work Barge ment and investigation, site remediation, permitting, ar-
chitecture, and cost estimating. The Consultant will be re-
Attn: MBTA Concessions
20 Park Plaza, Suite 1120
culations.”
will be moored by a four
point anchor system and quired to conduct field inspections, make evaluations and
develop design solutions. Services to be performed under
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
procurement@mbtarealty.com
There’s also the calculation
will move east to west on
this system. This moor- this contract will be authorized on a Task Order basis. The
contract duration for this Project is expected to be three Bids are due no later than 11:00 A.M. on December 19,
of whether such a tactic would
ing arrangement will
have impacts to vessels (3) years with two (2) option periods of one (1) year each. 2018 at the offices of the MBTA: even catch voters’ attention.
transiting in the Lower
Middle Channel. Other This project is expected to utilize Federal and non-federal Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Lou DiNatale, a veteran Dem-
equipment being used is
the Dive Barge Hughes
825, tug boat “Meridian”,
funding. The DBE participation goal for this project is 16%
of the total amount authorized for federally funded proj-
ects. In addition, the Authority strongly encourages the use
Attn: [FILL IN CONCESSION LOCATION
ON WHICH YOU ARE BIDDING] ITB
Real Estate Department
HUNDREDS OF SHOWS NOW ON SALE ocratic operative, said jump-
crew boat “Alexis”, and
a survey boat. Barges
of Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterpris-
es as prime consultants, sub-consultants and suppliers in
10 Park Plaza, Suite 5720
Boston, Massachusetts 02116 ing into the fray about Baker’s
will use lighted mooring
buoys to indicate anchor
all of its contracting opportunities.
A public bid opening will be held at 11:05 A.M. on Decem- record on taxes probably offers
The complete Request for Qualifications can be found on ber 19, 2018 at the offices of the MBTA
locations. All mariners
are urged to use the the MBTA website.
Gooney Bird Greene The Roommate the Democrat few victories.
Please see the following link: The MBTA reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Wheelock Family Theatre Lyric Stage Company
Main Ship Channel or use
extreme caution when http://bc.mbta.com/business_center/ “It’s too much of a reach, in
transiting this area after bidding_solicitations/current_solicitations Notice is hereby given Now - November 18 Now - November 18 this environment,” he said, ar-
passing arrangements
have been made with the
work barges. Work barg-
This is not a Request for Proposal. The MBTA reserves the
right to cancel this procurement or to reject any or all
that the report of The Smal-
ley Foundation, Inc., for
the year ended December
LEGAL NOTICES $15 $24
and up
guing races in this election cy-
es will be monitoring VHF Statements of Qualifications. 31, 2017, is available for
Channel 16. Questions or inspection at the office of NFORMAL PROBATE
cle are dominated not by poli-
complaints regarding this Stephanie Pollack Matthew Riordan, Arnold
activity shall be directed MassDOT Secretary & CEO & Porter, Kaye Scholer LLP,
PUBLICATION NOTICE
Docket No.
cy but by personality.
to Ms. Kristen Trudell Luis Manuel Ramirez 250 West 55th Street, New
via phone at (781) 441- General Manager & CEO York, New York 10019 Mon-
SU18P2102EA There’s another challenge,
3809 or email at kristen. day through Friday from
trudell@eversource.com. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT 9 AM to 5 PM for any indi-
Commonwealth of
Massachusetts too: It’s awkward for Gonzalez
vidual who requests such The Trial Court Probate
MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY inspection privileges. This and Family Court t o att a c k B a ke r o n h i s t a x
SOLICITATION FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES inspection privilege is avail- Suffolk Division
FOR INSPECTION & RATING OF able for the next 180 days. Estate of: pledge, given his own push for
MBTA BRIDGES SYSTEMWIDE Principal Officer of the Fund Margaret F. Ambrose
LEGAL NOTICE of PUBLIC
HEARING
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS is Martin Saiman. Also Known As: more of them, said Jeffrey M.
Margaret M. Ambrose
TOWN OF ASHLAND
COMMUNITY PRESERVA-
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is solicit- Date of Death: Berry, a political science pro-
ing engineering services for the Inspection and Rating of August 14, 2017
TION COMMITTEE MBTA Bridges Systemwide. Inspection and rating of Com- To all persons interested in fessor at Tufts University.
The Ashland Community
Preservation Committee
muter Rail, transit (rail or roadway), and highway bridges
of various types, including fixed span, moveable span, and
Boston’s the above captioned estate,
by Petition of: “Ju d g i n g t h e g o v e r n o r
will conduct a Public Hearing
on Thursday, November 1st,
arch structures are included in this program. Best Jobs Petitioner Thomas S. Am-
brose of Franklin MA against all his promises is a
2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Ashland The Scope of Services includes, but is not limited to: in-
Town Hall Meeting Room B/C,
101 Main St., Ashland, MA.
teragency coordination, commuter rail coordination, re- a Will has been admitted to
informal probate.
good talking point,” Berr y
view of existing inspection/rating reports and drawings,
Town Hall is Handicap Ac-
cessible. The purpose of the
research and data gathering, in-depth routine bridge in-
The Thomas S. Ambrose of
said.
spection, fracture critical bridge inspection, underwater
hearing will be to review and bridge inspection, input of inspection data into the Mass- Franklin MA has been in- “But I think what Gonzalez
accept proposals for place-
ment on the November 28th, DOT Highway Division 4D Program, submission of bridge
inspection reports with recommendations, bridge load rat-
Careers formally appointed as the
Personal Representative of needs to do is grab the imagi-
2018 Special Town Meeting the estate to serve without
Warrant that use Community
Preservation Act funds. Only
ings, submission of bridge load rating reports with recom-
mendations, coordination of data for input into the MBTA Section surety on the bond. nation of Massachusetts voters
Asset Management Database, and limited structural repair
projects that further any or
all of the following goals can design. The scope of services may also include updating
MBTA Bridge Inspection & Rating policies and procedures
of The estate is being ad-
ministered under informal and make them understand
be considered: procedure by the Personal
and development of standard bridge repair design docu-
ments and details. Assignments will be authorized on a the Representative under the that the Gonzalez administra-
Acquisition or preservation of Massachusetts Uniform
open space; task order basis. The contract duration will be three (3)
years with the possibility to extend the contract for two (2) Boston Probate Code without su- tion is somehow going to make
Acquisition, restoration or pervision by the Court. In-
preservation of historic re- option periods of one (1) year each.
ventory and accounts are their lives better.
sources;
Up to eight (8) consultant contracts may be awarded and Sunday not required to be filed with
“He’s tried to do that and so
VIEW
Support or creation of afford- the Court, but interested
will utilize federal and non-federal funds. The DBE Partici-
able housing;
pation Goal per contract is sixteen percent (16%) of the Globe parties are entitled to no-
TED far has failed,” he added, “be-
LIMI
Preservation, rehabilitation
or creation of recreational
resources.
total amount authorized for federally funded projects. In
addition, the Authority strongly encourages the use of Mi-
tice regarding the admin-
istration from the Personal
Representative and can
$55 $35 cause I don’t think many peo-
Aaron Ladd & Joe Rubertone nority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises as petition the Court in any
CPC Co-Chairs prime consultants, sub-consultants and suppliers in all of
its contracting opportunities.
matter relating to the es- The Play That Goes Wrong Heather Headley: ple have paid attention to
tate, including distribution
The complete Request for Qualifications can be found on
of assets and expenses of
administration. Interested
Lexus Broadway In Boston Broadway My Way him.”
the MBTA website. Please see the following link: parties are entitled to peti-
tion the Court to institute
November 7 - 18 Emerson Colonial Theatre
http://bc.mbta.com/business_center/bidding_solicitations
/current_solicitations/
formal proceedings and to
obtain orders terminating
November 3 Globe Correspondent Jackson
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This is not a Request for Proposal. The MBTA reserves the Personal Representatives
right to cancel this procurement or to reject any or all
Statements of Qualifications.
appointed under informal
procedure. A copy of the Matt Stout can be reached at
Visit bostonglobe.com/ Petition and Will, if any, can
niedonate Stephanie Pollack Luis Manuel Ramirez be obtained from the Peti- matt.stout@globe.com. Follow
MassDOT Secretary & CEO General Manager & CEO tioner.
him on Twitter @mattpstout.
T H U R S D A Y, O C T O B E R 2 5 , 2 0 1 8 T h e B o s t o n G l o b e B9
By Dave Green
Boston’s forecast 20 12 2
TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
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HIGH Mostly sunny, breezy HIGH Partly sunny and cool. HIGH Rain, heavy at times, HIGH Rather cloudy with a lit- HIGH Considerable cloudiness. 36 3 30
49-54 and cool. As a storm 49-54 An area of high pressure 48-53 with winds gusting past 51-56 tle rain. As a nor’easter 54-59 A much weaker storm
LOW spins across eastern LOW will be in control of the LOW 50 mph. There will be LOW moves away to the LOW will slide off the mid-
31-36 Canada, a gusty wind 40-45 weather, despite it’s 43-48 coastal flooding, rough 43-48 northeast, wrap-around 42-47 Atlantic coast and bring 3 2
will continue across southern small size, providing a mixture of surf and beach erosion from an light rain will continue to provide another bout of rainy weather to
New England with sun overhead. clouds and sun. approaching nor’easter. damp weather. southern New England.

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Difficulty Level 10/25

Each row and column must contain the numbers 1 through


6 without repeating.
The numbers within the outlined boxes, or cages, must
combine using the given operation (in any order) to pro-
duce the target numbers in the top-left corners.
Fill in the single-box cages with the number in the top-left
corner.

DAILY BRIDGE CLUB


BY FRANK STEWART
South dealer — N-S vulnerable
North
♠ 75
♥ A 10 9 4
♦ QJ753
♣AQ
New England Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.
West East
forecast
Tides A.M. P.M. High tides A.M. P.M. High tides A.M. P.M. ♠K832 ♠ Q 10 9 6
TODAY: Some morning flurries across the mountains in ♥Q 8 7 6 ♥52
Boston high 12:0312:17 Gloucester 12:0312:17 Hyannis Port 1:06 1:13
Vermont; otherwise, partly sunny north and mostly sunny
south. Rather chilly. Height 10.1 10.7 Marblehead 12:0312:17 Chatham 12:56 1:00 ♦4 ♦ 10 8
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny across much of Boston low 6:07 6:34 Lynn 12:0412:18 Wellfleet 12:1712:31 ♣K 8 6 2 ♣ J 10 7 5 3
Height 0.1 -0.5 Scituate 12:0612:19 Provincetown 12:0712:22
Maine, but a mixture of clouds and sunshine else-
where. Another chilly day, especially in the north.
PRESQUE ISLE High tides Plymouth 12:1312:28 Nantucket South
39/20 Cape Cod Harbor 1:06 1:13
EXTENDED: Very windy in coastal areas, Old Orchard ME ---12:02
Canal East ---12:07 Oak Bluffs 12:2112:40
♠ AJ4
especially from New Hampshire on south, Hampton
Cape Cod New Bedford 8:48 9:12 ♥KJ3
Beach NH 12:0412:16
with coastal flooding, heavy rain and MILLINOCKET
42/25 Plum Island 12:1812:33 Canal West 10:5711:30 Newport RI 8:41 9:05 ♦ AK962
beach erosion from a nor’easter. Falmouth ---12:01 ♣94
Ipswich ---12:01

Boston’s recent climate (valid at 5 p.m. yesterday)


South West North East
NEWPORT
BANGOR 1 NT Pass 2♣ Pass
45/23 Yesterday Degree days Heat Cool Oct. readings Actual Norm.
37/25 2♦ Pass 3♦ Pass
AUGUSTA High/low 49/44 Yesterday 18 0 Avg. daily high 64.1 62.6
BURLINGTON
42/31 BERLIN 43/27 BAR HARBOR 5♦ Pass 6♦ All Pass
38/24 Mean 47 Monthly total 214 22 Avg. daily low 49.5 47.6
46/29 Opening lead — ♣ 2
MONTPELIER
MT. WASHINGTON
Departure from normal -4 Normal to date 246 6 YTD avg. temp. 55.9 53.9
36/25 13/4 Departure for month +34 Season total 243 1133 “Finesses have no business working for that guy,”
RUTLAND LEBANON
41/26 44/25
PORTLAND 48/27 Departure for year +503 Season normal 333 741 Unlucky Louie grumbled to me in the club lounge. Louie
LACONIA 5 p.m. rel. humidity 74% Last year to date 140 881 meant the player we call Harlow the Halo. While bad luck
43/27
follows Louie around like his shadow, Harlow’s errors never
MANCHESTER PORTSMOUTH 48/29
BRATTLEBORO 47/30 Actual Temperatures Normal Temperatures Record Temperatures cost a penny.
46/26
Temperatures are 100 Yesterday’s high 49° In a team match, both Louie and Harlow played at six
NASHUA 47/26
PITTSFIELD today’s highs 1900 diamonds. Both Wests led a club.
42/27 Record
BOSTON 51/33 and tonight’s lows. high “When I was declarer,” Louie told me, “I saw that the
WORCESTER 80
SPRINGFIELD PROVINCETOWN 80
43/27
49/26 PROVIDENCE
NEW club finesse was moot. Even if the queen won, I still had to
BEDFORD 49/35
HARTFORD 50/30 50/29 HYANNIS 51/30 Normal
guess the queen of hearts to make the slam. But if I guessed
50/29 NEWPORT
high right, I could discard a club on dummy’s fourth heart.”
60 59
BRIDGEPORT 51/36 OAK BLUFFS NANTUCKET 50/35 Louie took the ace of clubs, drew trumps and let the jack
52/35 51/36
Normal of hearts ride. He won 12 tricks: four hearts, five trumps,
 Small craft advisory low
two black aces and a ruff.
New England marine forecast  Gale warning  Storm warning
40 44
Wind Seas Temp Wind Seas Temp Record “When the Halo was declarer,” Louie said bitterly, “he
low
 Boston Harbor NW 10-20 kts. 2-3 ft. 51/34  Martha’s Yesterday’s low 44° 30 finessed with the queen of clubs at Trick One ... winning.
 East Cape Vineyard NW 12-22 kts. 1-3 ft. 51/34 20
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1969 He also played West for the queen of hearts and made the
Cod Canal NW 10-20 kts. 1-3 ft. 51/32  Nantucket NW 15-25 kts. 2-4 ft. 50/36 September October slam.”
 Buzzards Bay NW 10-20 kts. 1-3 ft. 50/31  Provincetown NW 15-25 kts. 2-4 ft. 49/36 1.5" Poor Louie. Harlow took a “practice finesse” that worked.
1.24
For current Charles River Basin water quality, call (781) 788-0007 or go to http://www.charlesriver.org. 1.2"
One day, his luck will run out.
0.9"
Almanac Moon phases 0.6
Sunrise 7:09 a.m. 0.28 0.35 0.29
0.41
0.6"
0.27 0.3"
DAILY QUESTION You hold: ♠ A J 4 ♥ K J 3 ♦ A K 9 6 2
Sunset 5:47 p.m. 0.05 0.06
0.21
0.1
T
0.09 0.13 0.07 0.03 T T T 0.03
0.0"
♣ 9 4. The dealer, at your right, opens one club. What do
Day length 10:38 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 you say?
Moonrise 6:48 p.m. LAST NEW FIRST FULL September October
Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 15 Nov. 23 ANSWER: The problem might split a panel of experts. Some
Mount Washington (5 p.m. yesterday) 24 Hr. Precipitation (valid at 5 p.m. yesterday)
Weather Blowing snow Moon and Pleiades – A. MacRobert would overcall one diamond to get the five-card suit into
The waning gibbous moon shines in the east this Yesterday 0.27” Month to date 2.06” Year to date 39.62”
Visibility 0 miles the game promptly, intending to act again later. Others
evening. Look to its left, a bit more than a fist at Precip days in October 16 Norm. month to date 3.06” Norm. year to date 35.12”
Wind north-northwest at 56 m.p.h. arm’s length, for the little Pleiades star cluster. would double to show support for all three unbid suits and
Climate data are compiled from National Weather Service records and are subject to change or correction.
High/low temperature 21/18 Twice as far left of the Pleiades shines Capella. cater to the chance of a major-suit game or partscore. I
Snow depth at 5 p.m. 19.0” Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2018 would overcall one diamond, but I don’t feel strongly.

HOROSCOPE the best thing for you to do under thing just for you. information as well as the need to your friends are.
a certain set of circumstances. A VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) apply it. Be willing to take a AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
BY JACQUELINE BIGAR
partner is likely to give you A partner could be more provoca- stand, if need be. Others appreci- You sense that you can't get more
strong feedback. Try to stay on tive than usual. Avoid triggering ate you stepping up to the plate. information by asking questions
HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Thurs- ing to resolve an issue to every- topic as much as possible. To- a disagreement if possible. Frus- Tonight: Listen to what a loved or by snooping around. Others
day, Oct. 25, 2018: one's satisfaction. Checking in night: At a favorite spot. trations might be high, but if you one is sharing. are likely to divulge more than
This year you will experience with others to discuss key points CANCER (June 21-July 22) stay flexible, you will flow SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) you had anticipated. A friendship
some profound changes as a re- is smart. Understanding what You might want to come to terms through a situation with ease. Be Be willing to take a risk. Know could feel more draining to you
sult of relating to an extremely motivates you to head in a certain with a loved one or dear friend. willing to work with the unfamil- that even with the Full Moon, you now than it has in the past. Take
intense individual in your life. direction might not appeal to Reach out to this person. Though iar and the unknown. Tonight: could be bored and dragging. a step back, if possible. Tonight:
You both transform because of some. Tonight: Hang out. there could be a minute or two of Try something new. Recognize how a child or loved Just do not be alone.
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gle, you could meet someone spe- Despite a fit of anger or frustra- to talk through what has been a One-on-one relating takes you to risks. You might decide to be your You will stay on top of a project.
cial at nearly any point in the tion, you can be found smiling problem. Allow more give-and- a new level of understanding. You own cheerleader today. Go for Others might be surprised by
next year. The attraction will be most of the day. As long as you re- take with this person. Tonight: might wonder whether you will what you want. Tonight: Let the how smoothly things are run-
intense, and the differences be- lax, the cards will fall in the right Around friends. be able to fulfill a commitment fun take over. ning. Trust that you will know
tween you also could be substan- direction for you. Reach out to LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) involving a loved one. Anger and/ CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) when you have had enough. Ex-
tial. If you are attached, the two someone at a distance whom you Others always seem to notice you, or frustration could bubble up if Being reasonable always seems to plore an idea that you have
of you enjoy relating to each oth- don't often slow down to speak to but at the present moment you you are not careful in how you help. You usually come up with thought about and now want to
er. You often challenge each other or share news with. Tonight: might feel as if you are being no- deal with this person. Tonight: Be the right response. Back out of a talk through. Tonight: Dream up
to grow and adapt. TAURUS can Make it easy. ticed too much, especially profes- a duo. problem that does not interest some wonderful weekend plans.
be more stubborn than you are. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) sionally. Don't get nervous, but SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) you. Be clear about motivation.
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THIS DAY IN HISTORY men charged the Russian army, photographic evidence of the seventh game, which the Mets ple’s homes and business re-
suffering heavy losses. bases to the council. ended up winning. cords secretly and to eavesdrop
Today is Thursday, Oct. 25, the Tipton is 71. Former Celtics ºIn 1859, radical abolitionist ºIn 1971, the UN General As- ºIn 1994, Susan Smith of on telephone and computer
298th day of 2018. There are star Dave Cowens is 70. Actress John Brown went on trial in sembly voted to admit main- Union, S.C., claimed that a conversations.
67 days left in the year. Nancy Cartwright is 61. Actor Charles Town, Va., for his failed land China and expel Taiwan. black carjacker had driven off ºIn 2002, Senator Paul Well-
Birthdays: Former American Mathieu Amalric is 53. Comedi- raid at Harpers Ferry. (Brown ºIn 1983, a US-led force invad- with her two young sons stone, Democrat of Minnesota,
League president Dr. Bobby an-TV host Samantha Bee is 49. was convicted and hanged.) ed Grenada at the order of (Smith later confessed to was killed in a plane crash in
Brown is 94. Actress Marion Actor Craig Robinson is 47. ºIn 1962, during a meeting of President Reagan, who said the drowning the children in a lake Minnesota along with his wife,
Ross is 90. Basketball Hall of Hall of Fame Red Sox pitcher the UN Security Council, US action was needed to protect and was convicted of murder). daughter, and five others.
Famer Bob Knight is 78. Pop Pedro Martinez is 47. Pop sing- Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson US citizens there. ºIn 2001, a day after the ºLast year, the US government
singer Helen Reddy is 77. Au- er Katy Perry is 34. II demanded that Soviet Am- ºIn 1986, in Game 6 of the House signed on, the Senate announced that all incoming
thor Anne Tyler is 77. Yes sing- ºIn 1854, the ‘‘Charge of the bassador Valerian Zorin con- World Series, the Boston Red sent President Bush the Patriot flights to the United States
er Jon Anderson is 74. Political Light Brigade’’ took place dur- firm or deny the existence of Sox lost to the New York Mets, Act, a package of anti-terror would be subject to new securi-
strategist James Carville is 74. ing the Crimean War as an Eng- Soviet-built missile bases in Cu- 6-5, on a wild pitch and an er- measures giving police sweep- ty screening procedures before
Judas Priest guitarist Glenn lish brigade of more than 600 ba; Stevenson then presented ror in the 10th inning, forcing a ing new powers to search peo- takeoff.
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BIG PLANS HALLOWEEN HORROR
The stars came out for the start of the Series
MARATHON
THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND The Coolidge Corner Theatre will test
the mettle of area horror movie fans Among the 38,454 fans in the seats at man Ian Kinsler. The pair invested in base-
with its 12-hour horror movie mara- Fenway Park Tuesday night for Game 1 of ball bat company Warstic in 2016.
thon starting just before midnight on the World Series were a slew of recogniz- A few celebrities did rep Dodger blue in
Saturday. The film fest will begin with able people there to support the Red Sox as support of Boston’s opponent. Mixed mar-
1953’s “War of the Worlds” and they battled it out against the Los Angeles tial artist and wrestler Ronda Rousey took a
1979’s “Alien,” followed by five UFOs, Dodgers. photo with Red Sox mascot Wally, who, de-
or “Unidentified Film Offerings,” that Marlborough-born Bill Simmons, found- spite the conflicting allegiances, tweeted
will keep viewers on their toes. Be er of sports and pop culture website The that he “still [loves her].” Former Los Ange-
sure to get some sleep beforehand be-
Ringer, was spotted along the third-base les Lakers All-Star Magic Johnson, presi-
cause 12 hours of movies will tire out
line. Celtics assistant general manager Mike dent of basketball operations for the Lakers
even the hardiest viewer — and the
movies may be scary enough to keep Zarren tweeted a photo from the outfield and part-owner of the Dodgers, was also
you awake for hours afterward. (Satur- giving a shout-out to right fielder Mookie spotted walking through Fenway.
JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF/GILR
day, Oct. 27, from 11:59 p.m. to Betts for attending the C’s game against the Singer Jennifer Lopez and her boy-
11:59 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 28; Coolidge Orlando Magic Monday night. And former friend, former New York Yankees third
BOSTON GROWN-UPS MUSEUM: Corner Theatre, Brookline; $25 for a Boston College baseball player Pete Frates, baseman Alex Rodriguez, were also at the
HALLOWEEN EDITION double feature, $30 for all 12 hours of who popularized the Ice Bucket Challenge game. Despite his turbulent history with
If you’ve never experienced the free- films; all ages) in his fight against ALS, was in attendance the Red Sox, Rodriguez is now colleagues
dom of running wild through the Bos- with his brother, Andrew, and wife, Julie. with former Sox designated hitter David Or-
ton Children’s Museum sans kids at Musician Jack White, formerly of the From top: tiz on Fox’s baseball coverage. Lopez also
one of the museum’s Grown-Ups White Stripes, was flagged in the stands Jack White, visited Fenway in August, when Rodriguez
nights, its Halloween party this week- during the Fox broadcast. White is actually Ronda Rousey, was in the booth for a Sox-Yankees game.
end may be the chance you’re looking a business partner of Red Sox second base- Magic Johnson. NICOLE YANG, Boston.com
for. This year's party is themed “A
Nightmare at the Museum” and will
feature a costume contest, prizes
from the nearby Yotel, a cash bar, and
sweet treats from Montilio’s Baking Gala to celebrate
Company. (Thursday, Oct. 25, from
7 to 11 p.m.; Boston Children’s Muse-
AFP/GETTY IMAGES/FILE
recovery of family
THE 34TH ANNUAL JOEY
um, Boston; $30; 21+)
O’DONNELL FILM PREMIERE
art collection in
‘STRANGER THINGS’ POP-UP If you want to get a sneak peek of a
film likely to contend at the Oscars
Czech Republic
There may not be a new season of
this year while also contributing to a
“Stranger Things” debuting this Hal-
good cause, consider checking out the The Lobkowicz family boasts one
loween like some had hoped, but you
34th Annual Joey O’Donnell Film Pre- of the oldest and largest private art
can still immerse yourself in the world
miere. Over the course of more than collections in the Czech Republic.
of the fictional Hawkins, Ind., at the
three decades, the Joey Fund has Come Thursday evening, the family
“Stranger Things” pop-up bar at Pre-
raised more than $100 million for will celebrate the last quarter centu- COPYRIGHT THE LOBKOWICZ COLLECTIONS
cinct Kitchen and Bar starting this Fri-
cystic fibrosis research, including ry of achievements at a gala at the Alexandra and William Lobkowicz at Prague’s Lobkowicz Castle.
day. Amid ’80s-themed decor, the bar
funds raised by the Film Premiere. Charles Hotel in Cambridge.
will serve waffle sliders, Barb-themed
This year’s screening is “Green Book,” Those include the recovery of the bassador to the Czech Republic, will Špacek, Czech Philharmonic con-
cocktails, and TV dinners through Nov.
a likely Academy Awards nominee di- family’s collections and properties, provide a welcome address to the ex- certmaster, and pianist Robert
16. (Beginning Friday, Oct. 26, at
rected by New Englander Peter Farrel- which were first seized by Nazis at pected 300-400 attendees at the ga- Levin, a professor emeritus in the
4 p.m.; Precinct Kitchen and Bar, Bos-
ly and starring Viggo Mortensen (Ara-
ton; free entry; 21+) the beginning of World War II and la. Lobkowicz will follow with a pre- Harvard University Department of
gorn in the “Lord of the Rings” films)
then by the Communist regime, ac- sentation, where he is expected to Music.
and Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight”).
SPOOKY BREWS BOSTON Guests will attend a gala earlier in the cording to William Lobkowicz, a announce plans for a forthcoming Lobkowicz said he hopes Thurs-
Beer publication Hop Culture is head- evening at the Natick Mall, after which member of the family and the found- Lobkowicz Library and Study Center day’s gala will draw attention to the
ed to the Cyclorama at the Boston they will be taken by limousine to the er and chairman of the Lobkowicz at the family’s castle in Nelahozeves preservation of the collections and
Center for the Arts this Saturday for a screening at the AMC Framingham Collections Foundation. The non- in the Czech Republic. Czech culture “in a place like Boston,
beer-focused Halloween party. Your 16. (Sunday, Oct. 28, from 6:30 to profit organization, based in the He will also discuss the restora- which is such a hub of education,
ticket will get you food and unlimited 11:30 p.m.; Natick Mall, Natick; $125 Czech Republic, oversees the collec- tion of the nearby Dvorák House, music, culture, and learning.” He
pours from more than two dozen donations and up; all ages) tions. birthplace of 19th-century composer was born and raised in Boston and
breweries, and a couple extra treats of KEVIN SLANE, Boston.com It wasn’t until the passage of Antonín Dvorák, which will become notes the family has roots in the city
both the candy and free swag variety Czech restitution laws in the 1990s a museum and music academy. tracing back two generations.
from Hop Culture. Costumes are Want more ways to get out of your — and a subsequent 22-year effort to In honor of the 125th anniversa- “We’re really half Bostonians, half
strongly encouraged. (Friday, Oct. 26, home and not be bored in the city this recover all of the properties and art ry of Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9, Lob- Czechs,” he said. “[The gala is] about
from 7 to 11 p.m.; Cyclorama at the weekend? Check out five additional — that the collections became avail- kowicz’s presentation will be fol- making those connections to our
Boston Center for the Arts, Boston; things to do from now through Sunday able to the public, Lobkowicz said. lowed by a brief performance of shared world culture.”
$20-$85; 21+) at boston.com/BosTen. John Shattuck, former US Am- Dvorák excerpts by violinist Josef KAYA WILLIAMS

Bostonians pitch in on pouring in — though most of the ideas people passed


along to the British pop sensation and author were
ty Ships and Museum; grabbing lunch at the Union
Oyster House; walking the Freedom Trail; even pop-
Twitter to help Lily Allen your typical tourist destinations. In all, she received ping into Newbury Comics on Newbury Street.
more than 150 replies. Seeing Legoland Discovery Center at Somerville’s
entertain kids in town “The Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library Assembly Square and possibly watching the Red Sox
is pretty neat,” one person wrote, “since it’s a cold day take on the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 2 of the
She asked and Bostonians answered — en masse. for anything outdoors!” World Series at Fenway Park were also offered as op-
Singer Lily Allen on Wednesday turned to her The same person, who identified herself as a nan- tions to Allen and the kids.
more than 5 million Twitter followers for some ad- ny who has to come up with creative ways to enter- Visit Massachusetts, the official Twitter account
vice on what to do with 6-year-old children — to keep tain kids, also told Allen there are trampoline parks for the state’s Office of Travel and Tourism, also
them entertained — while visiting the city. in the area to wear the kids out. didn’t hesitate to share what the region has on tap
“Anyone know of cool things to do with 6 yr old “Trampolining sounds good,” Allen replied. for visitors.
kids in Boston?” wrote Allen, in town this week for a Others hoping to show Allen what the city has to “We may have a few ideas!” the agency tweeted to
SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
sold-out performance at the Paradise Rock Club on offer floated activities like visiting the Boston Chil- Allen, including a link to a section on its website ti-
Wednesday. dren’s Museum and New England Aquarium; going Singer Lily Allen sought “cool tled “Bring the Kids.”
Within minutes, the recommendations came whale watching; heading over to the Boston Tea Par- things” to do with 6-year-olds. STEVE ANNEAR

QUOTED ‘The fact is, while she apologized to the staff, she owes a bigger apology to folks of color around the country.’
AL ROKER, “Today” show weather forecaster, reacting to colleague Megyn Kelly’s apology for her defense of blackface for a Halloween costume

Heeding the call of the wild in Lyric Stage’s ‘The Roommate’


By Don Aucoin S TA G E R E V I E W “The Roommate’’ at Williamstown
GLOBE STAFF Theatre Festival, starring S. Epatha
Even (or perhaps especially) within THE ROOMMATE Merkerson as Sharon and Jane Kacz-
the most well-ordered lives, the urge Play by Jen Silverman marek as Robyn.) The contrast is sim-
to break bad can be simmering just Directed by Spiro Veloudos ply not sharp enough between Robyn
below the surface, waiting for the Presented by Lyric Stage and Sharon, which has the effect of
right wrong person to come along and Company of Boston. Through throwing off the balance of the play.
provide the necessary stimulus. Nov. 18. Tickets $25-$73. 617-565- Plum, though, always seems to be
For Sharon, a staid Iowa divorcee 5678, www.lyricstage.com reacting in the moment and always
in “The Roommate’’ — Jen Silverman’s makes that moment seem fresh and
shrewdly observant comic drama of spontaneous. Even the pot-smoking
midlife awakening, now at Lyric Stage scene is rescued by her comic gifts.
Company of Boston under the direc- will remain fixed in place, eternally She and Lyric Stage have enjoyed a
tion of Spiro Veloudos — that person is unchanged, exactly where and how we long, mutually fruitful relationship
Robyn, a lesbian slam poet from the left them. (That appears to be the sup- since Plum first appeared in the com-
Bronx. position of Sharon’s unseen son, who pany’s “Dial M for Murder’’ in 1975.
Both women are in their mid-50s, lives in Brooklyn and with whom she Since then she has become renowned
but that seems to be where the resem- periodically speaks on the phone.) for her nearly unrivaled range. Watch-
blance ends. Robyn has an outlaw sen- On the strength of their consistent ing her portrayal of pre-transforma-
sibility, a complicated past, and a few excellence and their chemistry as a tion Sharon, I thought back to Plum’s
secrets to conceal, while Sharon seems Vermont couple in SpeakEasy Stage timorous, quaveringly devout Marga-
MARK S. HOWARD
like a play-it-safe type all the way. But Company’s 2010 production of Annie ret in SpeakEasy’s 2009 production of
her long-stifled taste for adventure is Paula Plum (left) and Adrianne Krstansky in Lyric Stage Company’s Baker’s “Body Awareness,’’ the pairing Evan Smith’s “The Savannah Disputa-
set free not long after Robyn (Adri- production of “The Roommate.” of Plum and Krstansky shaped up as a tion.’’
anne Krstansky) moves into the large, potential dream team. And indeed, Plum can pack more into a single
tidily well-maintained house in Iowa dy, from Neil Simon’s “The Odd Cou- with humor that emerges organically Plum’s portrait of Sharon is a vital and line than most actors can in an entire
City that Sharon (Paula Plum) owns, ple’’ to “Grace and Frankie,’’ Netflix’s from the personalities of the two wom- vivid one at every stage of the charac- soliloquy. When Sharon, on the phone
complete with flowered wallpaper and quirky gem. en yet does not erase the darkness ter’s evolution. But Krstansky delivers with her son, says of Robyn that “She’s
a kitchen sampler inscribed “Bless Our “The Roommate’’ goes down a cou- around the play’s edges. an uncharacteristically off-key perfor- an interesting person,’’ Plum cracks
Nest.’’ Things will never be the same in ple of other overly-well-trod paths. In its wryly unassuming way, “The mance. your heart, just a little bit, with the
that nest. When you’re watching a scene of up- Roommate’’ is laced with insights into What emanates from Krstansky’s depth of yearning she evokes in that
Obviously it’s not stop-the-presses tight Sharon trying pot for the first how a lifetime’s accumulation of frus- Robyn is a case of the jitters without single adjective, and you sense that
news when a playwright throws two time and shedding her inhibitions, trations and disappointments can the necessary layer of mystery. Her Sharon has been waiting her whole
opposites together in the same house- and you start to wonder where you’ve erupt into the kind of rebellion that portrayal lacks the swagger and cha- life for somebody, especially herself, to
hold, generates sparks from their colli- seen that before, the answer is: Every- only seems out of character to those risma that would explain why Sharon be interesting.
sions of temperament, and allows au- where. who aren’t paying attention. Sharon’s would be so captivated by Robyn that
diences to judge how much one influ- But if “The Roommate’’ does not transformation upends one of the she would venture way, way out of her Don Aucoin can be reached at
ences the other over time. It’s been the entirely avoid the pitfalls of predict- most ill-founded assumptions we can comfort zone. (The reason was crystal- aucoin@globe.com. Follow him
foundational conceit of many a come- ability, Silverman amply compensates make about anyone: Namely, that they clear in a July 2017 production of on Twitter@GlobeAucoin
Business
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China tariffs begin taking toll in Mass.


Jon Chesto IRobot CEO Colin Angle probably wanted up to earnings in the current quarter. (Shares ny avoided
to talk about anything other than China on in iRobot ended the day down 12 percent.) price in-
CHESTO MEANS BUSINESS Wednesday. A one-time hit? Probably not a big deal. creases to
Angle had plenty of reasons to boast dur- But investors are looking ahead to 2019 and consumers
ing his earnings call with analysts: better- beyond, wondering how iRobot will fare. this year, but
than-expected profits for the year, partner- These tariffs are slated to go up to 25 percent might not be able
ships with Amazon and Google, the super- in January, barring some sort of peacemaking to do so in 2019. An-
smart brains in his latest Roomba vacuums. between the Trump administration and the gle will probably need to cut
Can someone please ask about iRobot’s vision Chinese. costs. Long term, he might move manufac- The makers of
of a “smart home”? Angle, like many executives around here, turing out of China. But that sort of shift the Roomba
But they peppered him with tariff ques- knew there would be pain after the adminis- doesn’t happen overnight. robot vacuum,
tions. Can you blame them? The Bedford- tration last month imposed new tariffs on an- Of course, Angle and his armada of room- iRobot, said
based company’s stock plunged after disclos- other $200 billion worth of annual imports cleaning robots aren’t alone. This might be tariffs will cost
ing that a 10 percent tariff on many China- from China. Now, Angle is starting to trans- one of the first tangible hits reported by a lo- the company up
made robots will result in a $5 million bang- late that pain into hard numbers. The compa- CHESTO, Page C4 to $5 million.

Portal ties you


to each other,
and your data
to Facebook

GLOBE STAFF PHOTO


ILLUSTRATION; GETTY IMAGES

F
or years, some of us have wondered how much Facebook activities. The average American spends 35 minutes per day logged
knows about us. Well, here’s your answer: not enough. onto the social network, according to the marketing agency Mediakix.
That’s why you saw a commercial during the first World And Facebook wants even more.
Series game on Tuesday night for a new device called Face- Its timing could be better. Facebook recently admitted thieves had
book Portal. stolen the personal files of 30 million subscribers. But who cares about
Like similar products from Google and Amazon.com, privacy anymore? Even my suspicions are being eaten away by my love
Portal is one of those home assistants that will let you make of novelty and fondness for convenience. For instance, I’ve come to love
voice and video calls, play your favorite music, or order a pizza. the Nest thermostats in my home, even though I resent that Google
But for extra razzle-dazzle, Portal features a “smart camera” that knows how warm I like the upstairs bedrooms.
automatically tracks users as they move around the room. The ad Facebook is counting on the same dynamic to help us overlook its
showed people playfully moving around as the Portal device remained privacy lapses. It’s the standard tech company playbook, and it hasn’t
focused on their dance moves, yoga stretches, and other activities. failed yet. A tech titan abuses our data, apologizes, vows to do better,
So no more telling the kids to stand still during a video chat with Hiawatha and then offers up some cool new product that amuses us or simplifies
Grandma; they can let their freak flag fly, while Portal keeps its video
eye fixed on them.
Bray our lives, even as it soaks up more of our data like a sponge.
Privacy fears pose no threat to Facebook Portal. After all, millions
Of course, Portal is all about keeping us plugged into Facebook, so TECH LAB already use similarly nosy devices like Google Home and Amazon
that the social network can monitor a larger share of our everyday TECH LAB, Page C4

National Grid, gas workers still at odds INSIDE Stocks plunge amid fears
By Allison Hagan
BIOTECH
about tech, trade, China
GLOBE CORRESPONDENT
Alexion
Union representatives for about
1,250 National Grid gas employees strikes 2nd Dow’s By Thomas Heath
WASHINGTON POST

locked out of their jobs in a contract deal in weeks 2.4% fall WASHINGTON — The Dow Jones
dispute since June met with the Mas-
sachusetts Department of Public Utili-
C2 wipes out industrial average dove more than 600
points Wednesday as another wave of
ties Wednesday to discuss what they
REAL ESTATE all of its volatility swept through US financial
say are more than 100 alleged safety markets.
violations committed by inexperienced Mass. home 2018 The blue-chip index bobbed in the
replacement workers.
The meeting came on the same day sales dip as gains red for most of the session, dragged
down by a weak housing report and a
that National Grid — in a full-page ad- price gains beleaguered technology sector.
vertisement in the Boston Globe — The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite
said the company is “pleased to see ad-
slow down C2 took the steepest losses of the day,
vancement in discussions” around down 4.4 percent. It’s now in correc-
STAT
some issues and offered reassurance tion territory, down 11.4 percent from
that it continues to provide “safe, reli- FDA OK’s its September 2018 high, according to
able service to our communities.” The Bespoke Investment Group.
utility also outlined its latest contract fast-acting The sell-off in tech capped a horren-
offer and noted that it has met with DAVID L RYAN/GLOBE STAFF
flu medicine dous month for the darlings of Silicon
union representatives 14 times since Union members from the UK demonstrated outside South Station Valley, with painful losses in share val-
C2
UNION, Page C5 Wednesday in support of locked-out National Grid workers. MARKETS, Page C4
C2 Business T h e B o s t o n G l o b e T H U R S D A Y, O C T O B E R 2 5 , 2 0 1 8

Alexion strikes 2nd deal in less than a month


By Jonathan Saltzman ease-causing genes. The deal comes less than a ment. proval of Onpattro, the first RNAi
GLOBE STAFF Alexion Under the deal, Alexion will month after Alexion said it “We look forward to working therapy to be approved by the
Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc., get exclusive worldwide rights to planned to fork over $400 million with Alexion to discover and de- Food and Drug Administration, in
the rare-disease drug maker that will pay to the two drugs — which have yet to to acquire Syntimmune, a private- velop promising new RNAi thera- August. It treats nerve damage
in July moved its headquarters
from New Haven to Boston’s Sea-
help be tested in clinical trials — and
the right to exercise options, for
ly held clinical-stage biotech com-
pany on Huntington Avenue that
pies,” he said.
A recent legal settlement ap-
stemming from a rare disease, he-
reditary transthyretin amyloido-
port District, has signed its sec- develop an additional sum, to help devel- has focused on developing treat- pears to have helped clear the way sis, or hATTR.
ond business deal in less than a op and sell two other Dicerna ments for autoimmune diseases for the collaboration. Alexion moved to Boston from
month with a local biotech start-
two compounds. since its launch in 2013. In April, Dicerna said it was New Haven during the summer. It
up. experi- Alexion is also making a $15 Syntimmune would receive an paying a much bigger Cambridge was part of a painful consolida-
Alexion said Wednesday that it million equity investment in additional $800 million if the rival, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals tion under new chief executive
will pay $22 million upfront to mental Dicerna at a price of $17.95 per startup reaches specified goals for Inc., $15 million plus stock to re- Ludwig Hantson.
help develop two experimental
drugs owned by Cambridge-based
drugs share, a premium of nearly 47
percent to its Tuesday stock price
developing its medicines.
Douglas Fambrough III, presi-
solve litigation alleging misappro-
priated trade secrets and unfair
Brought in last year after a
scandal involving sales practices,
Dicerna Pharmaceuticals Inc. owned by close. dent and chief executive of Dicer- business practices. Hantson is wrestling with pres-
Dicerna is trying to develop medi- The agreement also provides a na, said the latest collaboration Both companies are working sures to cut costs and rebuild the
cines that rely on RNA interfer- Dicerna. potential payment of $105 million with Alexion will provide his com- on developing drugs that rely on company’s pipeline of medicines.
ence, a cutting-edge, Nobel Prize- to Dicerna for each drug develop- pany with “access to the deep ex- RNAi, or gene-silencing, technolo-
winning technology that drug ment program that meets certain pertise and resources of an estab- gy. Jonathan Saltzman can be
makers hope to use to turn off dis- milestones. lished leader” in drug develop- Alnylam won government ap- reached at jsaltzman@globe.com.

Apple CEO Mass. home


blasts tech sales dip as
firms over price gains
privacy slow down
By Tony Romm By Tim Logan
WASHINGTON POST GLOBE STAFF

Apple chief executive Tim Home sales dipped in Massa-


Cook on Wednesday warned the chusetts in September as would-be
world’s most powerful regula- buyers continued to struggle with
tors that the poor privacy prac- an expensive and tight market.
tices of some tech companies, The number of single-family
the ills of social media, and the houses sold last month fell 8.1 per-
erosion of trust in his own in- cent from the same period a year
dustry threaten to undermine prior, according to data from the
‘‘technology’s awesome poten- Warren Group, while condomini-
tial’’ to address challenges like um sales dropped more, by 14.3
disease and climate change. percent.
In a searing critique of Silicon Prices continued to trend up-
Valley — delivered from the well ward in September, although not as
of European Parliament in Brus- quickly as they had in recent
sels — Cook began by stressing months. The median price of sin-
he remains optimistic that ‘‘new gle-family home rose 4.7 percent,
technologies are driving break- to $379,450. But the median condo
throughs in humanity’s greatest price took a rare dip, falling 3.8
common projects.’’ percent from September 2017 to
But the Apple leader ex- $328,000, For the first nine months
pressed alarm about divisive po- of 2018, however, condo prices
litical rhetoric that proliferates were still 8.4 percent above 2017’s
on social media platforms, and median.
rogue actors and governments Despite the historically high sale
that seize on algorithms to prices, many potential sellers con-
‘‘deepen divisions, incite vio- tinue to stay on the sidelines,
VIRGINIA MAYO/ASSOCIATED PRESS
lence, and even undermine our which limits prospective buyers’
shared sense of what is true and options and drives up the price of
what is false.’’ sponsible way. ‘‘ We want to with a $15-billion bill in 2016, mine it behind closed doors.’’ He Speaking what is on the market, said Warren
He also lamented an emerg- make sound choices and build contending that it had received added: ‘‘But this notion isn’t just before the Group’s chief executive, Timothy
ing ‘‘data industrial complex’’ — products that benefit society,’’ unfair tax incentives from Ire- wrong, it is destructive.’’ European Warren.
a play on a 1960s-era criticism of said Sundar Pichai, the chief ex- land. Apple paid but is still ap- Cook began adopting a hard- Parliament in “The dynamic between supply
defense contractors — that al- ecutive officer of Google, in a pealing. er edge after a series of mishaps Brussels and demand continues to play out
lows companies to ‘‘know you video address to attendees. The issue loomed over Cook rocked Facebook earlier this Wednesday, across Massachusetts,” Warren
better than you may know your- Ultimately, though, Cook’s this week. He met on Tuesday year. That includes the social gi- Apple CEO Tim said. “Low inventory of homes for
self.’’ Cook didn’t mention Face- calls could serve to embolden with French President Emmanu- ant’s entanglement with a politi- Cook praised sale in a booming economy trans-
book, Google, or any other com- policymakers and watchdogs el Macron, who has been push- cal consultancy, Cambridge Ana- the European lates to lower sales volume and ris-
pany by name. from Europe and around the ing his EU counterparts to force lytica, which improperly ac- Union’s data- ing prices. These conditions contin-
Cook stressed that privacy is world to take further aim at US tech giants to pay higher taxes. cessed data on 87 million of the protection ue to make this a seller’s market.”
a ‘‘fundamental human right.’’ tech giants. Cook also plans to meet Frans site’s users. rules, and But many sellers aren’t con-
He praised the European Armed with its new privacy Timmermans, the EU’s first vice ‘‘The truth is, we could make called on US vinced. The inventory of homes on
Union’s newly implemented rules, the General Data Protec- president, on Thursday, accord- a ton of money if we monetized regulators to the market continues to fall, ac-
tough data-protection rules, and tion Regulation, the EU already ing to his public schedule. our customer — if our customer also pass a cording to the Massachusetts Asso-
he called on US regulators to has forced companies, including Cook has long been outspo- was our product. We’ve elected comprehensive ciation of Realtors. And while the
pass a comprehensive digital Facebook, to give users more ken about privacy, as he seeks to not to do that,’’ Cook said about digital privacy number of new listings is creeping
privacy law of their own. choice over what happens with separate Apple from competi- the controversy in March. Asked law. up — 3 percent ahead of last year’s
‘‘Now, more than ever — as their data — or face fines up to 4 tors such as Google, which rely how he would have handled the pace in September, the MAR said —
leaders of governments, as deci- percent of their global revenue. on harnessing personal informa- incident, the Apple chief replied: they’re being scooped up even fast-
sion-makers in business, and as The EU also has questioned tion about Web users to serve ‘‘I wouldn’t be in this situation.’’ er.
citizens — we must ask ourselves the corporate footprints of some them targeted ads. During his Speaking later Wednesday, “Positive year-over-year increas-
a fundamental question: What of the largest tech firms. The speech Wednesday, Cook com- Google’s Pichai also stressed that es in new listings coming onto the
kind of world do we want to live bloc’s competition chief, Mar- mended the new EU rules as a privacy is an ‘‘individual right market is always a positive,” said
in?’’ he said. grethe Vestager, imposed her lat- sign that ‘‘good policy and politi- that we must continue to work MAR president Rita Coffey, who al-
For Cook, the speech Wednes- est fine against Google in July, cal will can come together to together to uphold.’’ so is general manager of Century
day in Brussels marked his high- and last month she announced a protect the rights of us all.’’ He said the company is re- 21 Tullish & Clancy in Weymouth.
est-profile critique to date of his probe into Amazon’s use of data. ‘‘Now, there are those who thinking some of the ways it col- “But we’ll need more changes to
peers in Silicon Valley. Hours lat- (Jeffrey Bezos, the founder and would prefer I hadn’t said all of lects, taps, and monetizes user truly deal with the inventory short-
er, top executives from Facebook chief executive of Amazon, owns that,’’ Cook said about his call for data, and Google leaders an- age.”
and Google similarly pledged to The Washington Post.) US rules. ‘‘Some oppose any nounced they would make it eas-
protect their users’ data and pur- Apple has felt the sting of the form of privacy legislation. Oth- ier for users to delete some of Tim Logan can be reached at
sue new advancements, such as EU over its tax practices. The ers will endorse reform in pub- their information, including tim.logan@globe.com. Follow him
artificial intelligence, in a re- bloc slapped the iPhone maker lic, and then resist and under- their search histories. on Twitter at @bytimlogan.

FDA gives its OK on fast-acting flu medicine


By Helen Branswell drugs, though Shionogi retains coupon could pay as little as $30 line for this flu season.
STAT the rights in Japan and Taiwan. for Xofluza in its first year on the Xofluza was approved for use
The Food and Drug Adminis- “With thousands of people get- market. The coupon will knock in people 12 and older who have
tration announced Wednesday ting the flu every year, and many $60 off the price of the drug for been experiencing flu symptoms
that it has approved the first new people becoming seriously ill, people who do not have insur- for no more than 48 hours.
influenza drug with a having safe and effective treat- ance, the representative said. It is the first drug in a new
STAT novel action mechanism ment alternatives is critical.” FDA Experts have predicted pricing class called endonuclease inhibi-
in nearly 20 years. The Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said will likely play a role in how much tors. They work by interrupting
drug, Xofluza, is being brought to in the agency ’s statement an- market acceptance there is for viral replication — the process by
the US market by Genentech, a nouncing the approval. “This Xofluza. Tamiflu — which a study which invading viruses take over
division of Roche. novel drug provides an impor- has suggested works as well as the inner workings of cells to
The approval comes just in tant, additional treatment op- Xofluza — has not proved to be make hordes of copies of them-
CDC
time for flu season, which should tion.” hugely popular. With Xofluza, selves to further spread the infec-
begin in earnest in coming weeks. Genentech said the wholesale though, the convenience factor of tion.
The drug is a fast-acting treat- price of the drug will be $150, re- a one-and-done dosing regimen The drug acts quickly, but edged, means there could be real- A graphical
ment, taken in a single dose. A gardless of whether a prescrip- may make a difference. Tamiflu must be taken quickly as well for world hurdles to use of the drug. representation
dose may be one or two pills, de- tion requires one or two pills. must be taken twice a day for five maximum effect. The studies Patients will have to obtain a pre- of a generic
pending on the body weight of That’s on par, the company said, days. used to support its licensure ap- scription and get it filled within influenza virus.
the person taking the drug. Some- with other available flu drugs, in- The FDA approval process was plication found that people who hours of starting to feel sick to
one sick with influenza must take cluding the best known, Tamiflu. rapid. The agency announced in took the drug within 24 hours of gain the benefits.
it, though, soon after onset of A Genentech representative late June that it would review the the start of symptoms felt better,
symptoms to receive maximum said in an e-mail that the compa- drug on a priority basis and ex- on average, 33 hours sooner than Helen Branswell can be reached
benefit of the treatment. ny will offer a coupon to eligible pected to render a decision by people whose flu was untreated. at
The drug has already been li- patients during the upcoming flu Christmas. The company said But for those who started the helen.branswell@statnews.com.
censed in Japan, where it is sold season, which would mean that then that if the drug was ap- drug later, their recovery was Follow her on Twitter
by Shionogi & Co. Roche bought people whose health insurance proved, it would work to get Xo- sped up by only about 13 hours. @HelenBranswell. Follow Stat on
most of the global rights to the covers the drug and who use the fluza into the distribution pipe- That, experts have acknowl- Twitter: @statnews.
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COFFEE First, Dunkin’ dropped the ‘‘Donuts’’ from its name. Now, it’s adding espresso drinks to Agenda
its menu. Dunkin’ says most of its 9,200 US stores will offer lattes, cappuccinos, and
DUNKIN’ other espresso-based hot and cold drinks by the holiday season. It’s part of an effort by Thursday, Oct. 25
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DRINKS 27 percent, according to Technomic, a research company. Dunkin’ said earlier this year Mortgage rates
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AUTOMOTIVE A court in Germany has ruled that Volkswagen’s parent company must pay 47 million euros mortgage fell to 4.85 percent from 4.9
($54 million) in damages to investors for not making a timely disclosure of its scandal over percent the week before.
VW PARENT TO PAY cars rigged to cheat on diesel emissions tests. The dpa news agency reported that the Stutt-
$54M TO INVESTORS gart court announced the verdict Wednesday against Porsche SE, which holds 52 percent of
the voting rights in Volkswagen. The company said it would appeal and called the claims
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release quarterly earnings reports
DELIVERIES UPS is adding automation, airplanes, and Thursday.
package-handling capacity to handle an ex-
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FOOD The Campbell Soup Co. executive who came under fire after spreading a
conspiracy theory about investor George Soros on Twitter had previously
CAMPBELL’S SAYS been planning to leave the company and will depart in early November.
EXECUTIVE WHO Kelly Johnston, vice president of government affairs at the soup maker   WORKSHOP
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AVIATION Boeing breezed past almost all expectations for the third
quarter and raised its outlook for the year on burgeoning
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Continued from Page C1
Echo. A survey from Adobe Analyt-
ics estimates that voice-controlled
assistants are now in 32 percent of
all US homes. That means two-
thirds still don’t have one, so there’s
still plenty of room for Facebook.
Portal, which goes on sale next
month, is mainly being pitched as
an ideal way to stay in touch with
your nearest and dearest. They’re
already connected to you via Face-
book, which also has the Message
TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/GETTY IMAGES AMAZON VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS
app for video chats. So why not a
purpose-built Facebook video com-
municator for your tabletop? It oped something more advanced. to generate those online ads that Facebook is
doesn’t matter if your Facebook Facebook also seems to know its have made it so much money. Since hardly alone in
friend doesn’t have a Portal of his limitations. Rather than develop a then, the story has changed. its hunger for
own; he can use a mobile device to voice-control system from scratch, it Facebook promises never to lis- our data.
chat via Messenger. forged an alliance with Amazon to ten in on our calls or capture our Millions of us
The Portal will use an array of make Portal compatible with Alexa. videos, and it currently has no plans already use
microphones connected to digital When not used as a videophone, to display ads on the Portal itself. nosy devices
signal processors that filter out un- Portal will be able to call on 30,000 Rather, it will take information from like Google
wanted background noise and en- Alexa “skills,” the verbal equivalent your Portal use — calling habits, for Home (left) and
hance the sound of human voices. of apps for the device. For instance, example, and other activities per- Amazon Echo.
Smartphones have done similar you could request medical advice formed on the device— to generate
tricks for years. from WebMD, listen to an audio- ads on the Facebook pages we see
As for the auto-tracking camera, book from Audible, or fetch a ride on phones and computers.
Facebook hasn’t provided details of from Lyft or Uber. There’s been a measure of out-
its inner workings, but the idea isn’t A Portal with a 10-inch screen rage about this, but I’m not sure
entirely original. Remember Kinect, will cost $199, while a 15-inch ver- why. It’s what Facebook has always
Microsoft’s motion-tracking video sion will be priced at $349. But done.
system for its Xbox game consoles? while Facebook will be glad for the But up to now, Facebook has
A Kinect unit could automatically money, the company will derive spied on us free of charge. Now it’s
focus on an individual user’s face as most of its benefit, as usual, by asking us to pay. And I’m betting
he moved. Or it could zoom out to tracking your online activity. that plenty of us will.
an expanded view when other peo- When it was first announced ear-
ple entered the room. Microsoft in- lier this month, a Facebook execu- Hiawatha Bray can be reached at
troduced Kinect in 2010; eight years tive said the company would not hiawatha.bray@globe.com. Follow
later, Facebook has no doubt devel- collect data from Portal customers him on Twitter @GlobeTechLab.

Dow’s
2.4% fall
wipes out
2018 gains
uMARKETS
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ues Wednesday: Netflix lost 9.4 per-
cent. Facebook lost 5.4 percent. Am-
azon, 6 percent. Apple, 3.4 percent.
The Dow’s drop was a sharp re-
versal from its upward momentum
as trading opened that came off of a
strong earnings report from aircraft
maker Boeing. By day’s end, the in-
dex had wiped out all of its 2018
gains, falling 606 points, or 2.4 per-
BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
cent, to close at 24,584.50.
The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock
index was off 3 percent Wednesday. market is spooked about the mixed- market to scoop up deals on stocks. The market’s
‘‘This could be a bull market cor- up mix of US fiscal, monetary, trade, Some of those buyers are the shakiness
rection or something more serious,’’ and foreign policies,’’ according to companies themselves. comes despite
said Michael Farr, an investment Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Re- ‘‘You have all these buybacks, but the fact many
manager in Washington. ‘‘This drop search. ‘‘I’ve recently been describ- right now is a blackout period, so companies have
is coming out of technology.’’ ing them as akin to driving a car these great companies and insiders beat earnings
Some Wall Street experts said the with one foot pushing hard on the can’t buy their own shares,’’ Tengler forecasts this
BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
steep sell-off in the last hour of trad- accelerator while the other is tap- said. ‘‘There’s no offsetting buyer. So quarter. But
The Dow fell 2.4 percent Wednesday; the S&P 500 ing was a scramble by sellers who ping on the brakes.’’ when the algorithms drive the sell Caterpillar’s
was down 3 percent and the Nasdaq 4.4 percent. are looking beyond this year and to- Dow member AT&T fell short of programs, it feeds on itself. The outlook for
ward more modest earnings in 2019 third-quarter profit expectations same thing happened when the modest
— in the neighborhood of 5 percent Wednesday, which pushed its share market dropped in January.’’ expectations
DOW JONES industrial average growth instead of 20 percent. price down nearly 7 percent and The market’s shakiness comes through the
They are also unnerved by the added to worries about the tech sec- despite the fact that many compa- end of 2018
slowdown in the Chinese economy, tor. The semiconductor industry al- nies have beat earnings this quarter. rattled the
the strong US dollar, and other glob- so has shown weakness. Texas In- But the projected earnings growth markets
al menaces such as a looming Italian struments, an industry leader, of- has slowed in big blue chips like 3M Tuesday.
financial crisis, US tensions with fered guidance that demand is and Caterpillar, whose outlook for
Saudi Arabia, and the latest domes- waning. The losses fueled fears that modest expectations through the
tic crisis, involving a series of home- the sector that has powered the cur- end of the year rattled the markets
made bombs sent this week to the rent bull market is played out. Tuesday. The Dow dropped nearly
Clintons, the Obamas, billionarie The energy sector was also a 500 points Tuesday before climbing
George Soros, and CNN. heavy drag, dropping 3.8 percent. back in the afternoon. It closed
Investors are closely watching Energy is the poorest performing down more than 100 points.
other signals, too, including new in- sector in the last five sessions, down Tenlger said current sell-off is
flationary concerns over tariffs and 8.6 percent. likely to end in a 10 percent correc-
the Federal Reserve’s interest rate A weakening Chinese economy tion prior to the upcoming midterm
increases, which are coming under has combined with an upcoming US elections.
heavy criticism from President election to cast an air of uncertainty ‘‘After the elections, the buybacks
NASDAQ Composite index Trump. over markets. will be allowed and kick in,’’ she
In a Wall Street Journal interview The markets are in the midst of said. ‘‘We will see a bounce between
published Wednesday, Trump took one of the busiest earnings weeks of then and the end of the year.’’
aim at the Fed chair he appointed, the year, with major blue chips in- There’s another possibility for the
Jerome Powell: ‘‘I’m not happy with cluding Microsoft, Visa, Tesla, UPS, pullback, said Brad McMillan, chief
what he’s doing at all.’’ and Ford all reporting Wednesday. investment officer for Common-
‘‘He was supposed to be a low-in- Nancy Tengler, chief investment wealth Financial Network.
terest-rate guy,’’ the president said. officer for Heartland Financial USA, He put it this way: ‘‘Now we are
‘‘It turned out he’s not.’’ said several things are at work driv- starting to get into an area that sug-
‘‘One loyal follower of our re- ing down prices, one of which is the gests confidence itself in the market
search suggested that perhaps the lack of buyers jumping in to the may be the reason.’’

China tariffs starting to have impact in Mass.


S&P 500 index uCHESTO
Continued from Page C1
banking at JPMorgan Chase, had
lunch Tuesday with some major lo-
sales yet. Shipping traffic in Boston
rose this summer as retailers raced
Investors
cal company from the China tariffs. cal clients in Boston. Pento says one to get as many purchases as possible are
But it won’t be the last. big retailer is already seeking manu- in the door before last month’s Chi-
Kristen Rupert, the point person facturing options outside of China na tariffs took effect.
looking to
on international business at Associ- because of the bite the tariffs will Yes, businesses recognize China 2019 and
ated Industries of Massachusetts, take out of its bottom line. should be held accountable for the
says trade issues emerged this fall as The anecdotes pile up if you look rampant intellectual property theft beyond,
a top concern for her group’s mem- at the latest Federal Reserve “Beige within its borders. But consider the
bers for the first time in recent Book” of regional economic condi- casualties: There is widespread con-
wonder-
memory. China may be the focal tions that came out Wednesday. Lo- cern that any victories in this brew- ing how
point of their worries. But they’re al- cal auto dealers say they expect car ing trade war won’t outweigh the
so concerned about other tariffs, prices to go up, for example. Three losses. firms like
and the subsequent retaliatory mea-
sures.
manufacturers in the region told
Boston Fed researchers that they see Jon Chesto can be reached at
iRobot
Trade also was a hot topic when cost increases associated with tar- jon.chesto@globe.com. Follow him will fare.
SOURCE: Bloomberg News Doug Pento, CEO of commercial iffs, though no major impacts on on Twitter @jonchesto.
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No break on
gas workers’ Citing fraud, N.Y.
lockout sues Exxon Mobil
uUNION
Continued from Page C1 By John Schwartz
the lockout started. NEW YORK TIMES

But John Buonopane, presi- NEW YORK — New York’s attor-


dent of United Steel Workers ney general filed a lawsuit against
Local 12012, said the company Exxon Mobil on Wednesday that
has made only incremental claims the company defrauded
changes to its original offer. shareholders by downplaying the ex-
“They haven’t addressed the pected risk of climate change to its
main proposals,” Buonopane business.
DAVID L RYAN/GLOBE STAFF
said. “They made some steps in The litigation, which follows more
regards to some of the safety-re- than three years of investigation,
lated proposals, and some federal pipeline safety regula- liquefied natural gas plant in Joe Kirylo, poses a financial risk to Exxon, as
TODD HEISLER/NEW YORK TIMES
work-rule-type issues, but tions. The DPU on Wednesday Dorchester, said Joe Kirylo, president of well as a potential reputational blow
again, many of them they didn’t did not provide new informa- president of Local 12003. United to a company that has worked to The suit filed by New York’s
address at all.” tion about additional com- “The Department is in the Steelworkers build an image of being concerned attorney general, Barbara D.
The lockout began after the plaints made since the first process of hiring an indepen- Local 12003, about climate change. It could also Underwood, claims that Exxon
union rejected a contract offer meeting but told union mem- dent evaluator to assess, out of spoke to expose the company to other litiga- Mobil deceived shareholders on
that would have increased em- bers that several investigations an abundance of caution, the reporters tion. climate change.
ployees’ health care costs and concerning National Grid’s op- safety and accountability of Wednesday The suit does not charge Exxon
converted the existing tradi- erations during the lockout are pipeline infrastructure outside South with playing a role in creating cli- rent New York attorney general,
tional pension plan to a ongoing. throughout Massachusetts,” Station, where mate change, though the burning of brought the lawsuit under the Martin
401(k)-style retirement pack- Earlier this month, National said Peter Lorenz, director of the state’s fossil fuels is a major contributor to Act, a state law that gives her sweep-
age for new workers. Grid sent the DPU a report that communications and public af- Department of human-driven global warming. ing powers to investigate and prose-
National Grid spokeswoman found the company spent 2 per- fairs for the Office of Energy Public Utilities Rather, it says the company engaged cute securities fraud. The suit de-
Christine Milligan said the cent more between July and and Environmental Affairs, in a held a meeting in a “long-standing fraudulent mands that Exxon turn over all the
company has “bargained with September compared with pre- statement on behalf of DPU. with union scheme” to deceive investors, ana- money it made through the alleged
these two unions over many vious years, but it found work- Milligan said that the utility representatives lysts, and underwriters “concerning fraud and make restitution to inves-
years” and has been willing to ers repaired fewer gas leaks and met with the unions on Oct. 19, from locals the company’s management of the tors. The suit does not name a sum to
compromise in an effort to end hooked up 50 percent fewer and is due to meet with them 12003 and risks posed to its business by climate be paid, but if the case is successful,
the stalemate. new gas customers during that again on Monday. “We will come 12012. change regulation.” the amounts could run into the hun-
In 2016, she said, National time compared with the same to the table . . . with a continued Exxon told the world that it was dreds of millions of dollars.
Grid “in large part withdrew its period in 2017. focus on reaching agreements prepared for the more stringent reg- The investigation first came to
health insurance proposals and Milligan said that during the with both unions,” she said. ulations that would inevitably be re- light in November 2015, about a year
completely dropped its new- lockout the utility has been “fo- On Wednesday, members of quired to combat climate change, the after it was begun by former Attorney
hire pension proposal” in an cusing on emergency and state- the Professional Fire Fighters of attorney general’s office said. But in General Eric T. Schneiderman. Be-
unsuccessful effort to reach mandated compliance work.” Massachusetts came to South reality, according to the complaint, fore long, other state attorneys gen-
agreement on a two-year pact. She said it has been in compli- Station — where the DPU meet- the company “employed internal eral announced their support for
In the current negotiations, ance with regard to repairing ing was held — to demonstrate practices that were inconsistent with Schneiderman’s efforts; some, nota-
Milligan said, the unions have gas leaks. their solidarity with the locked- its representations, were undisclosed bly Maura Healey of Massachusetts,
not changed “their position “ I t ’s i m p e r a t i v e ,’ ’ s a i d out gas workers. President Rich to investors, and exposed the compa- started investigations of their own.
from 2016 regarding retire- Buonopane, “that the DPU fol- MacKinnon said his firefighters ny to greater risk from climate Exxon Mobil has long conducted
ment plans for new hires.” low the governor’s directive and understand they signed up for a change regulation than investors research into climate change, much
Since the lockout began, continue the moratorium about dangerous job, but that doesn’t were led to believe.” of it published in the scientific litera-
workers have kept a watchful how National Grid is operating justify forcing them to take un- The investigation has spanned the ture. In 2015, Inside Climate News
eye over their replacements and right now, until the permanent necessary risks. tenures of two New York attorneys and The Los Angeles Times reported
continue to file safety-related employees, the experienced em- “I have some serious con- general and has also involved attor- that the company was well aware of
complaints with the DPU. ployees, are back to work.” cerns about my members’ safety neys general from other states. Exxon the risks of climate change and used
Buonopane said Wednes- The alleged safety violations as they respond to some of these has attempted to block the investiga- that research in its long-term plan-
day’s session was the second range from replacement work- violations and leaks, not only for tion in courts in three states, and has ning for activities like drilling in the
held between the DPU and ers drilling over marked gas members of the fire department painted it as an attempt by bullies to Arctic, even as it funded groups from
union representatives from lo- lines that could puncture pipes but also the residents that we’re restrict the company’s First Amend- the 1990s to the mid-2000s that de-
cals 12003 and 12012. to taking risks that could poten- sworn to protect,” he said. ment rights and as part of an anti- nied serious climate risks.
Following the first meeting, tially cause disasters. One com- fossil-fuel conspiracy backed by, Exxon Mobil stopped funding
the DPU granted 29 of the 100 plaint filed last week details re- Allison Hagan can be reached among others, the Rockefeller family. groups that directly challenged the
complaints an exit letter, which placement workers lighting a at allison.hagan@globe.com. Exxon Mobil did not immediately science of climate change in the mid-
is the first step toward investi- barbecue and smoking ciga- Follow her on Twitter respond to a request for comment. 2000s, and says today that it accepts
gating potential violations of rettes at the Commercial Point @allisonhxgan. Barbara D. Underwood, the cur- the science of climate change.

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BY CITY AND TOWN CROWLEY, Brenda Marleen DANIELS, Charles Robert DION, Alfred J.
ARLINGTON FOXBOROUGH NEWTON CENTRE WELLESLEY
TERZIAN, Annabelle A. GRELLA, Joseph J. AMICANGIOLI, Frederick CROWLEY, Brenda Marleen
(Garoyan) FRAMINGHAM W., Jr. WEST ROXBURY
AVON SHAY, Joseph F., Sr. NORTH READING JOY, Christine M.
RAND, Constance M. (Leving) FRANKLIN MAYNE, Bernard J. WESTON
BELMONT KEARNEY, Michael J. NORTON McNARY, Francis J.
FREEMAN, Irving GEORGETOWN SHOCKLEY, Claire L. (Fla- WESTWOOD
TERZIAN, Annabelle A. RAND, Constance M. (Leving) herty) MANCHESTER, Madeline G.
(Garoyan) NORWOOD (VanEysden)
GLOUCESTER
BEVERLY GRELLA, Joseph J. GRELLA, Joseph J. TERZIAN, Annabelle A.
KEARNEY, Michael J. MANCHESTER, Madeline G. (Garoyan)
GROVELAND (VanEysden)
BILLERICA STERNER, Denise M. (Cahill) WEYMOUTH
LIVINGSTON, George T. STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier) DION, Alfred J.
HINGHAM OSTERVILLE MAYNE, Bernard J.
BOSTON DION, Alfred J.
FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. ORENBERG, Charles ROSENBERGER, Peggy
HERLIHY, Patricia A. (Mc- HOLBROOK PEABODY WINTHROP
Gahey) ORENBERG, Charles BRUNO, Elena M. WHEATON, Gloria D. (Thomp-
McDONALD, Carolyn J. (Red- HOLLISTON STEWART, Dorathy F. son Greenstein) Of Juno Beach, Florida and Ken- Age 75, of Brockton, passed away on Weymouth-Alfred J. Dion,
ford Sellers) RAFTUS, Michael J. PLYMOUTH WOBURN nebunk, Maine, daughter of Daniel Em- October 18, 2018. Beloved husband beloved husband of the late
MURPHY, Paul R. HYANNIS PORT DION, Alfred J. GETCHELL, Joan Ann met Crowley and Alda Isabel McNally of Joan Daniels of 40 years. Loving Catherine M. (Coneys)
STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier) SHAY, Joseph F., Sr. LoVUOLO, Kevin M. (Hallsen) Crowley died on Oct. 22, 2018 after a father and step-father of Charles and Dion, peacefully left this world on
BRAINTREE HYDE PARK TERZIAN, Annabelle A. KONIARES, Mary (Varoutsos) brief illness. A beloved friend, sister, Derrick Daniels of Atlanta and Vinton October 23, 2018. He is survived by his
DION, Alfred J. DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan (Garoyan) WRENTHAM sister-in-law, aunt, and avid beachgoer, Johnson of CA and Michael Johnson five children: Kathryn Dion and her
BRIDGEWATER LoVUOLO, Kevin M. QUINCY KEARNEY, Michael J. she was 75 years old. of Rehoboth. Dear brother of Linda husband David Kennedy, Mary
SHOCKLEY, Claire L. (Fla- JAMAICA PLAIN GETCHELL, Joan Ann STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier)
Brenda’s voice had laughter in it. Daniels of Jamaica Plain. He also Mansfield, Adrienne Dion and her
herty) DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan (Hallsen) YARMOUTH When you spoke with her on the phone, leaves a host of grandchildren, nieces, husband John Ketchum, Peter Dion
BROCKTON LANESVILLE READING DORAN, Marie Marcellino
everyone in the room with you could nephews, extended family and friends. and his wife Megan, Margaret “Meg”
DANIELS, Charles Robert BOSHCO, Melissa M. FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. (Dillon)
IACOPUCCI, Mario B. GRELLA, Joseph J. hear Brenda’s end of the conversa- Visiting with family, Friday, 5-8 PM, McIsaac and her husband Scott; a
BROOKLINE LEXINGTON tion. Despite speaking in a loud voice, Davis Funeral Home, 654 Cummins brother, Philip F. Dion; eleven
BOSHCO, Melissa M. MURPHY, Paul R. YARMOUTHPORT
DORAN, Marie Marcellino Brenda did things quietly. She attended Hwy., MATTAPAN, MA and Saturday, grandchildren, Andrew Kennedy and
JOY, Christine M. (Dillon) REVERE MURPHY, Judith Delaney
MANCHESTER, Madeline G. SARTORI, James A., Sr. daily Mass at Our Lady of Florida. She 10 AM at the funeral home, followed his wife, Angela, James Kennedy,
MALDEN did not talk about herself. And she did by funeral service starting at 11 AM. Elizabeth Buchanan, and her husband
(VanEysden)
FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. ROCKPORT OUT OF STATE not complain except when the weather Interment private. To post a sympathy Eric, Emily Mansfield, Alexandra Dion,
BURLINGTON MAYNE, Bernard J. BOSHCO, Melissa M.
CALIFORNIA ruined a beach day. message visit www.DavisofBoston.com. Conley Dion, Audrey Ketchum,
GETCHELL, Joan Ann SANDLER, Norman B. ROSLINDALE HERLIHY, Patricia A. (Mc- A 1961 graduate of St. Joseph’s Michael Ketchum, Vivian McIsaac,
(Hallsen) STERNER, Denise M. (Cahill) McDONALD, Carolyn J. (Red- Gahey)
KONIARES, Mary (Varoutsos) ford Sellers) Academy, Portland, Maine, and a Grace McIsaac, and Katherine McIsaac;
MARBLEHEAD FLORIDA
CAMBRIDGE RAFTUS, Michael J. ROWLEY 1965 graduate of Dunbarton College, and one great-grandchild, Scotland
CROWLEY, Brenda Marleen
DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan RAND, Constance M. (Leving) Washington, D.C., Brenda got her Buchanan. He was predeceased by his
MARLBOROUGH LIVINGSTON, George T.
DORAN, Marie Marcellino first job teaching English and Latin at parents, Henri and Ethel Dion two
(Dillon)
ROSENDORF, Beverly M. SCITUATE MAINE
(Blackman) Archbishop Neale High School in La sisters, Anne D. Blake and Elizabeth
HERLIHY, Patricia A. (Mc-
WHEATON, Gloria D. (Thomp-
ROSENBERGER, Peggy
WHEATON, Gloria D. (Thomp-
CROWLEY, Brenda Marleen
Plata, Maryland. In 1967, she moved
DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan Dubsky, a brother who died in infancy,
Gahey) GETCHELL, Joan Ann
son Greenstein) son Greenstein) (Hallsen) to Massachusetts and earned a Masters and a son-in-law, J. Michael Mansfield.
STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier)
MARSHFIELD SHREWSBURY IACOPUCCI, Mario B. in Guidance and Counseling at Boston Born in 1925, Alfred grew up in
CANTON
MANCHESTER, Madeline G. KEARNEY, Michael J. McLAUGHLIN, Robert M. College, then helped establish the guid- Hyde Park and attended Boston Trade
ORENBERG, Charles
(VanEysden) SOMERVILLE STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier) ance department at Arlington Catholic High School where he excelled at me-
CHELSEA McNARY, Francis J. FLAHERTY, Joan F. (Callinan) NEW HAMPSHIRE High School, where she worked for chanical drawing. He never graduated,
WHEATON, Gloria D. (Thomp-
MEDFORD IACOPUCCI, Mario B. LoVUOLO, Kevin M. five years. In 1973 Brenda joined the having enlisted in the US Army when
son Greenstein)
FLAHERTY, Joan F. (Callinan) LIVINGSTON, George T. MURPHY, Paul R. Malden, Massachusetts Public School he turned 18. He served with the US
CHESTNUT HILL FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. MAYNE, Bernard J. NEW YORK System where she served until her re- Army 84th Infantry Division during
JOY, Christine M. MURPHY, Paul R. SOUTH BOSTON HERLIHY, Patricia A. (Mc- tirement in 2005 as guidance counselor WWII as a machine gunner in a heavy
DEDHAM MELROSE DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan Gahey)
GRELLA, Joseph J. at the high school and middle school weapons platoon. Wounded twice, he
MURPHY, Paul R. REILLY, John J. SARTORI, James A., Sr.
LoVUOLO, Kevin M. RAND, Constance M. (Leving) level and also taught English. She lived was awarded the Purple Heart, and for
SOUTHBOROUGH RHODE ISLAND in Wellesley. his actions in combat in the Rhineland
McEACHERN, William D.
MERRIMAC SHAY, Joseph F., Sr. RAFTUS, Michael J.
DORCHESTER Brenda had an ability to get through and Ardennes-Alsace (the Battle of the
STEWART, Dorathy F. STOUGHTON
COLLYER, James M. to the prickliest adolescents and show Bulge) campaigns he was awarded the
MIDDLEBOROUGH SHOCKLEY, Claire L. (Fla-
MANCHESTER, Madeline G. them she was on their side. She used Bronze Star Medal. At the end of the
SHOCKLEY, Claire L. (Fla- herty)
(VanEysden) this skill at work and in her family, con- war, he remained in Europe using his
herty) UXBRIDGE Of New York, New York, aged 71, died
MURPHY, Judith Delaney vincing teenagers with a dark outlook drafting skills to help lay out military
MIDDLETON KONIARES, Mary (Varoutsos) peacefully on Monday, October 22nd,
EAST BOSTON that the nonsense of growing up would cemeteries in France and Belgium.
BRUNO, Elena M. WAKEFIELD 2018 surrounded by her loving family
BRUNO, Elena M. eventually subside. Transitioning to civilian life in 1946,
SARTORI, James A., Sr. MILTON MAYNE, Bernard J. and friends at New York Presbyterian
DEVANEY, Anita Finnegan Brenda was tireless, efficient, ef- he remained in the US Army Reserve
WHEATON, Gloria D. (Thomp- WALPOLE Hospital after a long and courageous
son Greenstein) McEACHERN, William D. fective, and quick. And God, she was and served with the 94th Division and
JOY, Christine M. battle with Lupus. Anita was born
MURPHY, Judith Delaney funny. She loved to laugh. She solved as a Special Agent with the Criminal
EAST LONGMEADOW WALTHAM to Gerard and Frances Finnegan in
NEWTON problems and cut to the chase. She Investigation Command at Fort Devens,
FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. ROSENDORF, Beverly M. Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts on Febru-
AMICANGIOLI, Frederick saw challenges simply and saw people retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer in
FALMOUTH (Blackman) ary 12th,1947 and earned her Masters
W., Jr. SPIVACK, Ada L. clearly. She had an unclouded view 1987. Like most returning servicemen,
McDONALD, Carolyn J. (Red- Degree in Special Education from
SPIVACK, Ada L. of people and helped those she loved he took advantage of the educational
ford Sellers) WAYLAND
navigate complicated situations when Salem State College. She worked as a opportunities afforded by the GI Bill
McNARY, Francis J.
they asked for help. She seemed to see teacher for over 40 years in Boston and and received a B.A. in Business Admin-
around corners, anticipating outcomes New York influencing many students. istration from Northeastern University.
and consequences long before they hap- Her passion was travel, visiting In the 1950s, he worked for several
pened. She put this efficiency to work many countries and continents. Anita engineering firms, eventually being
herself, avoiding Florida’s raised draw- volunteered her time at many places, employed by the US Navy for infra-
bridges and following the tide charts including St. Stephen of Hungary structure projects at the Boston Naval
AMICANGIOLI, Frederick BRUNO, Elena M. COLLYER, James M. for the optimal beach experience. Church in New York City as a Eucha- Shipyard. In 1964 he was promoted
Brenda was so much fun. She was at ristic Minister bringing communion to to the staff of the Commandant, 1st
W., Jr. Life-long resident of Jeffries St., Jeffries Of Dorchester on October the center of a throng of friends that elderly and homebound parishioners. Naval District for logistics and special
Point, East Boston, passed away at 23, 2018. Beloved husband she kept for a lifetime and added to She was a friend of Bill W. for 34 years. projects. When the US Navy left Boston
home surrounded by her loving family of Margaret “Peggy” over her entire life. Among her first She is survived by her former in 1974, he then moved to the Defense
on Monday October 22nd. Elena was (Brown). Loving father of Joan & her friends were her older sister Danna and husband James Devaney of New York Logistics Agency. There he headed a
born in Boston on July 13, 1924 to Gi- husband Earl McDonald of Braintree, her younger brother Robby. The three City, daughter Micaela Darling, son small group of analysts who worked
ulio and Michelina DelBene. She moved Margaret Chappell of Holbrook, James of them had adventures growing up in law Michael and granddaughter on mobilization plans and theoreti-
into her home on Jeffries Street in the & his wife Maryellen Collyer of Quincy, in Biddeford and Old Orchard Beach. Stella of Chappaqua, New York, sisters cal logistical problems that had been
Jeffries Point section of East Boston as Michael & his wife Joanne Collyer They could send each other into hyster- Lorraine Neville of Redmond, Oregon created by strategic planners at the
an infant. She met Paul Bruno at work of Rockland, Carol & her husband ics with increasingly loud recollections and Beverly Lawrence of Greenland, Pentagon. Once asked about his job,
and they were married on January 7, Michael Rowan of Everett, Elaine of that time they were sure they’d New Hampshire. She will join her with his typical understated humor Al
1951. They settled into Elena’s family & her husband Kevin Monahan of spotted at-large criminals from wanted predeceased sister Joyce Finnegan replied, “I’m a ghost writer for a bunch
home and raised their family there. Dorchester, Kathie & her husband Paul posters or imitations of characters from in heaven. Anita is survived by many of ghosts.” He retired from the Defense
Elena is survived by her five children: childhood. The three have remained nieces, nephews, great nieces and great Department in 1987 and spent more
Shaughnessey of Dorchester, Barbara
Stephanie Bruno of East Boston, Paul tightly knit their entire lives. After nephews living all across the world. time with his family at their cottage in
& her late husband Mark Lawrence of
Bruno of Middleton, Thomas Bruno retiring, Brenda moved to Palm Beach Always elegant, valiantly strong and Bridgewater, New Hampshire.
Winchendon, Stephen & his late wife
and his wife Phyllis of East Boston, County and began a new chapter. Soon fiercely independent she valued her Alfred lived much of his adult life in
Suzanne Collyer of Sharon, and Chris-
Carol DiStefano and her husband after, Danna and Robby realized it was friendships dearly. Weymouth and was involved in activi-
Lifelong Newton resident topher & his wife Maryann Collyer of
Chuck of East Boston and Robert Bruno the place to be, and followed Brenda A deep felt gratitude to all the dedi- ties at Sacred Heart Church. Locally, he
on Oct 23, 2018. Beloved Wakefield. Cherished grandfather of 31
and his wife Jody of East Boston. Elena there. cated doctors, nurses and staff of New was an early member and Chairman of
husband for 63 years of Ger- grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren,
was pre-deceased by her four siblings: She will be missed by sister Danna York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical the Weymouth Conservation Commis-
trude “Trudy” (Sedlmair) Amicangoli. many nieces & nephews, and special
Theresa Lombardi, Caroline Fontenot, Maureen Crowley of Jupiter, Florida Center who have cared for Anita for sion. Nationally, he was a long-time
Loving father of Donna Ann Amican- niece Alicia Jones of West Roxbury.
Mary Bruno and Ralph DelBene. She and Kennebunk, Maine, brother and the past 30+ years. A teacher to the member of the Military Order of the
goli of Newton, Frederick M. of Alaska, Dear brother of the late Frank, Walter,
is the cherished grandmother of Lori sister-in-law Robert Emmet Crowley end, she chose to show us all, how to Purple Heart and the US Army 84th
David W. of Belmont and Linda Land of Arthur, Robert, and Charles. James is
Bruno-Lee and her husband Bryan, and Virginia Sughrue Crowley of Ken- transition to a better place with dignity Infantry Association. For the last 16
London, England. Dear grandfather of a member of the Boston Park League
Kristin McComb and her husband nebunk and Juno Beach, and nieces and grace. years, Al lived with his daughter Meg
Ashley, Kristen, Shannen and David W. Hall of Fame, and a United States
Matthew, Michael Bruno and his and nephews Elizabeth Crowley and Visiting Hours: A wake will be held McIsaac in Hingham. The McIsaac
Amicangioli Jr. Brother of the late John Army Veteran who proudly served in
wife Katlyn, Melanie Bruno, Nicholas John D. McKinnon of Washington D.C., in New York City on Thursday, October family would like to thank their many
Amicangoli. Brother in law of Josef the Korean War. Visiting hours in the
DiStefano, Bianca DiStefano, Joseph Kate Crowley Hastings and Tucker 25th, 2018 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at friends and neighbors who welcomed
and Michael Sedlmair. His Funeral will John J. O’Connor & Son Funeral Home,
DiStefano, Ariana DiStefano, Anthony Hastings of Greenwich, Connecticut, John Krtil Funeral Home and a Funeral Al into their lives. Finally, the entire
be from the Eaton & Mackay Funeral 740 Adams St. (near Gallivan Blvd.)
Bruno, MaKenzie Bruno and Kristopher and Paul and Nicole Danielle Crowley Mass will be said by her cousin Domini- family would like to thank the many
Home, 465 Centre St., NEWTON COR- DORCHESTER, Friday from 4-8pm.
Bruno. She is the adored great-grand- of Washington, D.C. She is also missed can Friar John Maria Devaney, OP at wonderful healthcare providers who
NER, on Mon., Oct 29 at 9:30 AM, fol- Funeral Mass in St. Ann’s Church, Nep-
mother of Alessandra, Carissa, Giuliana by great nieces and nephews Burke, St. Monica’s Church on Friday, October worked compassionately with Alfred in
lowed by his Mass of Christian Burial in
and Benjamin. She is also survived by onset, Saturday morning at 9:30am. Sam and Sallie Hastings, Virginia and the past two years, especially Tom Kent,
Sacred Heart Church, Newton Centre, 26th, 2018 at 10am. In lieu of flowers,
many loving nieces and nephews. Elena Relatives & friends are respectfully in- Conor McKinnon, and Helen and Em- with whom he had a special bond. Vis-
at 10:30 AM. Interment with Military please send donations to St. Jude Chil-
was a devoted parishoner and volunteer vited. In lieu of flowers, remembrances met Crowley as well as her many dear iting hours at the Clancy-Lucid Funeral
Honors will follow at Newton Cemetery. dren’s Hospital in memory of Anita.
at Our Lady of Assumption Church in may be made in James’ name to the friends. Home, 100 Washington St. Weymouth
Visiting hours Sun 4-8 PM. Relatives
East Boston. She was a member of the All Dorchester Sports League (ADSL). A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Friday October 26th from 5 until
and friends are kindly invited. Late US
Woman’s Solidarity Club, a Past-Presi- Interment in Forest Hills Cemetery. For by Fr. Paul Sughrue on Saturday, 8 pm. Funeral from the Funeral Home
Air Force veteran and Director of Ve-
dent of the Assumption School PTA, a directions & expressions of sympathy, October 27 at 11:00 am at St. Martha’s on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Funeral Mass
hicle Maintenance So Boston Postal An-
nex. To share a memory of Fred, please
volunteer with their Girl Scout summer www.oconnorandson.com. Church in Kennebunk. in the Sacred Heart Church, Weymouth
camp as well as many other youth pro- Should friends desire, memorial con- .. at 10:30 am. Relatives and friends are
visit www.eatonfuneralhomes.com
grams. Family and friends will honor tributions may be made to McArthur .. respectfully invited. Burial in Blue Hill
..
Eaton & Mackay Funeral Home Elena’s life by gathering at the Ruggiero Public Library, 270 Main St. Biddeford, .. Experience Globe.com Cemetery, Braintree. For messages and
Newton Corner 617-244-2034 Family Memorial Home 971 Saratoga ME. 04005 to support its adolescent .. directions, see clancylucid.com
.
St., East Boston on Friday October reading program.
BOSHCO, Melissa M. 26th from 4:00 P.M to 8:00 P.M and To share a memory or leave a
again on Saturday mornign at 8:30 A.M message of condolence, please visit
Of Brookline and Lanesville, on Oc- before leaving in funeral procession to Brenda’s Book of Memories page at
tober 23, 2018. Loving partner of Dr. Sacred Heart Church Brooks St., East www.bibberfuneral.com.
Philip Goldsmith. Devoted mother of Boston for a 10:00 A.M funeral mass Arrangements are in care of Bibber
David C. Madrid and his wife Katrina in celebration of Elena’s life. Services Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street,
and their daughter Hannah of Delray will conclude with Elena being laid to Kennebunk, ME 04043.
Beach, FL. Beloved daughter of the rest with her beloved husband Paul at
late Raymond C. Boshco of Beverly
and Margaret K. Hoskyns of Palm City,
Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett. In lieu
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FL. Dear sister of Peter B. Boshco of made to: Piers Park Sailing Center 95
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DORAN, Marie Marcellino FRECCERO, Lorenzo J. GRELLA, Joseph J. JOY, Christine M. “Chrissy” LIVINGSTON, George T. MAYNE, Bernard J.
(Dillon) Of West Roxbury, formerly of Brookline
after a courageous battle with cancer,
surrounded by her loving family on
October 22, 2018. Loving mother
of Jacqueline M. “Little Jackie” and
husband Matthew Cugini of Chestnut
Hill. Devoted daughter of Dolores M.
(Gaffney) Joy of Brookline and the
late Edward P. Joy, Drill Sgt. U.S.M.C.
Cherished “Big Nana” to Collin Joseph,
Fiona Dolores and Finn Patrick. Dear
sister of Jacqueline Joy of Walpole and
the late Kevin, Thomas, Edward, Paul,
Joseph and baby Michael Joseph. Also
survived by many nieces and nephews,
Of Medford, formerly of West End Of Norwood, formerly of Of Somerville, October 22, 2018. Of North Reading, formerly of Malden,
aunts, uncles, cousins and numer-
Boston, passed away on October 21st Dedham and Largo, FL, Beloved son of the late William B. and October 21st. Beloved husband of
A long time resident of Lexington, ous friends. Visitation will be held on
surrounded by his loving family. Son died peacefully surrounded Mary J. (Cullity) Livingston. Loving Lorraine M. (Policelli) Mayne. Father
died peacefully at her Cape Cod home Saturday morning in the Bell-O’Dea brother of Kathleen DeYoung and
of the late Giuseppe Freccero and by his loving family on October 23, of Nicole Mayne Warner and her
on October 23, 2018, three days after Funeral Home, 376 Washington St., her husband Ed of Naples, Fl, JoAnn
Marietta (Bagatti) of Genoa, Italy. Be- 2018. Beloved husband of Mary J. husband Michael Warner of Weymouth
celebrating her 99th birthday. Marie BROOKLINE from 9-10:30 followed McLaughlin and her husband Dave
loved husband of the late Rose (Arena) (Columbo) Grella. Devoted father of and Stephanie Mayne of Somerville.
was predeceased by her husband of 33 Freccero. Loving father of Richard
by a Funeral Mass in St. Mary of the of Billerica, Peggy Piwinski and her Brother of Peter Mayne and his wife
Joseph Grella and his wife Joanne of
years, Daniel F. Doran, Jr., her husband Freccero and his wife Judith of East Gloucester, Richard Grella and his wife Assumption Church, Brookline at 11. husband Jim, Donna Conceicao and Janet of Wakefield, Rosemary Curtis
of 23 years, William F. Marcellino, her Longmeadow, Debra Slaney and her Tracy of Foxboro, and Michael Grella of Relatives and friends are kindly invited. her husband Tony, all of Somerville, and her husband Brad of Veronia, OR,
first born son, Daniel F. Doran III, and husband Lenny of Raleigh, NC and South Yarmouth. Grandfather of Jessica Interment private. In lieu of flowers, Tom Livingston and his wife Linda of Thomas E. Mayne, Jr. and his wife
her brother, William J. Dillon. A native Nanci Angelini and her husband Joe Grella, Katrina Grella, and the late Mi- donations in memory of Chrissy made Florida, the late Billy Livingston and Donna Szekely of Hampstead, NH
of Cambridge, she was the daughter of of Reading. Dear brother of Robert chael Grella. Brother of Margaret Grella to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, his surviving wife Karen Livingston and Laura Mayne of Medford. Son of
William and Catherine Dillon. Marie Freccero and his wife Patricia of North of Attleboro, Rosemary Lombardi and www.DFCI.org would be appreciated. of Somerville. Also survived by many the late Thomas E. and Marie Mayne.
is survived by 4 children, Cathy Doran Reading and the late Katherine Kawa, her husband Tony of Brighton, and the nieces and nephews. Visiting hours will Son-in-law of Josephine M. Policelli
Griffin and her husband John, Jane Lillian Maraccini, Joseph and Rita Frec- late Betty Jane McGuiggan and her sur- KEARNEY, Michael J. be held for George, in the George L. of North Reading and the late Frank
Driscoll and her husband Thomas, Ste- cero. Cherished grandfather of 7 loving viving husband David of Attleboro. Also Doherty Funeral Home, 855 Broadway Policelli. He is also survived by several
phen Doran, and Mark Doran and his grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren survived by many nieces and nephews. (Powder House Sq.) SOMERVILLE, nieces and nephews. Bernie was raised
wife Beth. Marie leaves 10 grandchil- and his late grandson Alex. He is also Son of the late Matthew and Margaret Friday evening 4:00-7:30, followed by and educated in Malden. He is a 1970
dren: Katie and Daniel Doran, Caitlin, survived by many nieces and nephews, (Tuite) Grella. a Funeral Service at 7:30. Relatives and graduate of Malden High School and
Christine, Meghan, and Daniel Driscoll, special friend Camille and many other Graduate of Newton High School friends invited. In lieu of flowers dona- received his Bachelor’s Degree from
and Kara, Maggie, Cailey, and Molly special friends. Lorenzo was raised and and Northeastern University School of tions may be made in George’s memory Northeastern University. He worked as
Doran. She also leaves many nieces educated in the West End of Boston. Engineering. Retired Engineer for GTE. to the YMCA, 101 Highland Avenue, a computer programmer and analyst
and nephews, and 5 step children: For over 50 years, he was Vice Presi- Former Veterans Agent, Town of Ded- Somerville, MA 02143. for many years. He retired from the
William Marcellino, Richard Marcel- dent of Sales for Process Engineering ham. Korean War Veteran, U.S. Marine U.S. Treasury Department after 12
lino, Mary Marcellino, Jocko Marcel-
lino, and Sister Noella of the Abbey of
in Plaistow, NH. He was also a dance Corps. Past Commander of the Dedham LoVUOLO, Kevin M. years of service. Bernie was an avid
instructor for the Arthur Murray dance American Legion Post 18. Member of fan of all Boston Sports. He enjoyed
Regina Laudis. Marie was blessed with studio. Lorenzo was an owner and the Dedham VFW USS Jacob Jones Post “Poopsie” gardening as well as reading. First
remarkable health for almost her entire breeder of greyhound dogs. He was a 2017, Boston Lodge of Elks #10, and and foremost he was a family man
life, and enjoyed every opportunity to Of Dedham and Plymouth and formerly
member of the National Greyhound As- the Dedham Zoning Board of Appeals. who enjoyed the company of family
travel the world, spending family sum- of Hyde Park, passed peacefully on
sociation, the Moose Lodge in Malden, Funeral from the George F. Doherty and friends. Relatives & friends are
mers on Cape Cod, and parts of each October 24 surrounded by his loving
the Retired Mens Club of Arlington and & Sons Wilson-Cannon Funeral Home, invited to attend his funeral from the
winter in Florida. She was a graduate family at the age of 56. Proud son of the
the Italian American Citizens Club in 456 High St., DEDHAM, Friday, Oct. 26 Of Wrentham, formerly of Franklin and Breslin Funeral Home, 610 Pleasant
of Regis College and was a pioneer of late Maurice “Sonny” and Hazel (Hope)
Malden. He enjoyed dancing, reading, at 10am followed by a Funeral Mass in Shrewsbury, died on October 23, 2018, St., MALDEN on Monday October 29th
early marketing and social research for LoVuolo. Devoted brother of Michael
cooking, traveling and spending time St. Mary’s Church, Dedham at 11am. surrounded by his beloved family. He at 9 AM followed by a Funeral Mass
several national institutions. In lieu of of Dallas, TX, Cheryl LoVuolo and her
with his loving family, especially sum- Relatives and friends kindly invited. was sixty years old and the son of the celebrated at Immaculate Conception
flowers, kindly consider a contribution companion Rick Gramazio of Hanson
mer vacations in York Beach, Maine. Visiting hours at the funeral home late Robert M. and Ann L. “Nancy” Church, 600 Pleasant St., Malden at
in her name: Marie Dillon Doran ‘40: and Jeanie LoVuolo and her companion
Relatives & friends are invited to attend Thursday, Oct. 25 from 4-8pm. Inter- (McCaffrey) Kearney. 10 AM. Visiting hours will be held at
Regis College, 235 Wellesley St., Box 30, Chris Stearns of Foxboro. Loving uncle
visiting hours at the Breslin Funeral ment in Brookdale Cemetery, Dedham. Born with cerebral palsy, Michael the funeral home on Sunday October
Weston, MA 02493. Visiting hours will of Taylor Mae and Olivia Mae and great
Home, 610 Pleasant St., MALDEN on in lieu of flowers donations may faced the challenges of life as best he 28th from 2-6 PM. In lieu of flowers,
be held Friday October 26 at the Dou- uncle of Jacob and Nicholas. Life part-
Saturday, October 27th from 8-9:30 AM be made in Joseph’s memory to the could with a natural curiosity about donations in his memory may be made
glass Funeral Home, 51 Worthen Rd, ner of Jodie DeAngelis and father of
followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waver- what made things work, a tremendous to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO
Lexington from 4pm to 7pm. A Funeral Nicole DeAngelis and Papa of Nathan,
at Immaculate Conception Church, 600 ley Oaks Rd., Waltham, MA 02452. amount of love he freely shared, and Box 758517 Topeka, KS 66675-8517.
Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated Caden and Devan. Special nephew of
Pleasant St., Malden at 10 AM. Services Online guestbook and directions at a bit of mischievousness which always www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
at Sacred Heart Church, 21 Follen Gilda, Frank, Ethel, Billy, Lois, Nelson
will conclude with interment in Oak gfdoherty.com. had a way of making people laugh. His
Rd. Lexington Saturday October 27 at and Ronnie. Dog Dad of Billy and also Breslin Funeral Home
Grove Cemetery in Medford. In lieu of red hair and broad Irish smile were his
11am. Additional visitation Saturday George F. Doherty & Sons survived by many adopted nieces, neph- (781) 324-0486
flowers, donations in his memory may trademarks. Though he never spoke a
at the church, immediately prior to the Dedham 781-326-0500 ews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. www.breslinfuneralhome.com
be made to The Seeing Eye, Inc., 10 word, he managed communicate his
Mass, from 10am to 11am. Relatives Funeral from the Carroll-Thomas
Washington Valley Rd., Morristown, genuine warmth and had an ability to
and friends are cordially invited. Inter- Funeral Home, 22 Oak St., HYDE
NJ 07960. bring people together.
ment private. PARK, Monday morning at 9, followed
He will be missed by his loving by a Mass of Christian Burial at Most
Breslin Funeral Home
siblings, Mary Ellen Mullaney and
(781) 324-0486
HERLIHY, Patricia A. her husband Ray, Juli Kearney, and
Precious Blood Church, Hyde Park, McDONALD, Carolyn J.
at 10. Relatives and friends invited.
www.breslinfuneralhome.com
(McGahey) Christopher Kearney, all of Franklin, Visiting hours Sunday evening from
(Redford Sellers)
Amy Kearney of East Boston, and Rev. 3-8. Children’s Room available. Inter-
Timothy Kearney of Beverly, MA. He 89, passed away peacefully on October
ment at Brookdale Cemetery, Dedham.
Lexington 781-862-1800 is also survived by his niece Kathleen 22, 2018.
Kevin was co-owner, with his father, of
www.douglassfh.com FREEMAN, Irving “Skip” Mullaney of Franklin, nephew Jeremy She was born in Roslindale, MA a
Parkway Kustoms in Hyde Park, Mayor
daughter of the late Fred and Gladys
Kearney of East Boston, and a grand- of Ellis Haven Campground and a
(Ret. Firefighter, Belmont Fire Dept. Redford. She was predeceased by her
niece Emily Kearney of East Boston. mentor and valued volunteer of Blad-
with 32 years of service) of Belmont, first husband, Donald James Sellers;
Michael’s funeral will be celebrated der Exstrophy with Rosemary Grant,
Oct. 23, 2018. Husband of Dorothy her second husband, Kenneth P. Mc-
on Saturday, October 27th at 10 AM at RN at Children’s Hospital. Please, in
(Marsh) Freeman for 66 years of Donald; and a son, James D. Sellers.
FLAHERTY, Joan F. marriage. Father of Richard Free-
St. Jude Church in Norfolk. Burial will lieu of flowers, all donations can
Survivors include her children,
follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Franklin. be made to the Bladder Exstrophy
(Callinan) man & his wife Betsy of Burlington,
Calling hours will be held at the Support Group at Children’s Hospital,
Donna J. Sellers-Marshall of Roslindale,
William Freeman & his wife Carolyn William J. Sellers and his wife Cynthia
Charles F. Oteri and Son Franklin Fu- www.bostonchildrens.org/givenow. For
of Quincy, Robert Freeman & his wife of Falmouth, Kim Sellers Mossey and
neral Home, 33 Cottage St., on Friday, directions and guestbook please visit
Belinda of Naples, FL and Julie Reilly her husband Barry of Marstons Mills
October 26th from 4-7 PM. thomasfuneralhomes.com
& her husband Barry of Waltham. and Paul Sellers and his wife Amy of
The family also wishes to extend its
Brother of Janice Crooker of Medfield. Carroll-Thomas Funeral Home Falmouth; her grandchildren, David T.
gratitude to all the staff who cared for
Grandfather of Lyndsay McCaffery, Hyde Park 617-361-3216 Marshall and his wife Kellie, Paige E.
Of Cambridge, October 24, 2018. Be- Michael when he resided at the Irving
Jonathan Freeman, Brittany Freeman, Sellers and Rebekah J. Sellers; and her
loved wife of the late David J. Herlihy. Glavin Regional Center in Shrewsbury
Brendan & Erin Reilly, Patrick & Daniel great-grandson, Harrison T. Marshall.
Freeman. Great grandfather of Mason
Devoted mother of Maurice Herlihy, his and the Wrentham Developmental MANCHESTER, Madeline G. Carolyn was very involved in her chil-
wife Liuba of Brookline, Christopher Center in Wrentham. Your loving care
& Cameron McCaffery & Briella &
Herlihy of Boston, David Herlihy, his for Michael was exceptional and your
(VanEysden) dren’s lives as a Den mother, Brownie
Brayden Padron. Funeral Service in the leader and sewer of all things. She was
wife Kathy of Boston, Felix Herlihy, his tireless dedication will always be ap-
Plymouth Congregational Church, 582 a member of the Falmouth Elks and she
wife Liuna of NYC, Gregory Herlihy preciated.
Pleasant St., Belmont, on Saturday at was a voracious reader.
of San Francisco, CA, Irene Herlihy In lieu of flowers, donations may be
10 A.M. Relatives and friends respect- Visitation will be held on Saturday,
and her husband Migen of Boston. made to My Brother’s Keeper, PO Box
fully invited to attend. Visiting hours October 27, 2018 from 11:30 AM until
Loving grandmother of David, Anna, 338, Easton, MA 02356-0338.
in the Stanton Funeral Home, 786 12:30 PM at Chapman, Cole & Gleason
Of Medford, October 23, 2018. Beloved Alexander, Benjamin, Nathaniel, and Guestbook/directions
Mt. Auburn St. (Rt16) WATERTOWN, Tobias. Further survived by many lov-
Funeral Home in WEST FALMOUTH,
wife of the late Walter L. Flaherty. on Friday 4-8 P.M. Interment Private. www.oterifuneralhome.com 584 West Falmouth Highway, (Route
Loving mother of Jeanne F. Callinan ing nieces, nephews, family, friends and
Skip was a devoted member, Past colleagues. Relatives and friends are 28A). A Memorial service will begin at
and her husband Charles W. Wright President and Melvin Jones Fellow KONIARES, Mary 12:30 in the funeral home.
of Medford. Stepmother of Laurie respectfully invited to attend visiting
Brackett and her husband Richard of
Recipient Lions Club of Belmont. In hours Friday, October 26th from 4 – (Varoutsos) “Mitzie” In lieu of flowers, memorial contribu-
lieu of flowers contributions to the MA 8PM at the Keefe Funeral Home, 2175 tions may be made to Fidelis Hospice,
Watertown, Brian Flaherty and his Lions Eye Research Fund Inc., c/o Dr. Of Burlington, formerly of Woburn, 25 Railroad Square, Haverhill, MA
husband Rick of Peabody, Melissa Massachusetts Ave., CAMBRIDGE.
James Roth, PDG/Treasurer, 43 Stewart Funeral from the funeral home, Satur- Oct. 24. Husband of John T. Koniares. 01832 or to the Activities Department
Flaherty of St. Louis, MO. Dear sister Terrace, Belmont, MA 02478; or to the Mother of Theodore Koniares of San at Royal Nursing Center, 545 Main
of Thomas D. Callinan and his wife day, October 27th at 9 AM followed by
Belmont Firefighters Relief Assoc., P.O. a funeral mass celebrated in St. Paul Antonio, TX, and Georgia K. Linscott Street, Falmouth, MA 02540.
Lois of Mendon. Adored grandmother of Uxbridge. Yia Yia to Danielle Gallo, Of Westwood, formerly of Brookline,
Box 79222, Belmont, MA 02479-9222 Church, Bow and Arrow St., Harvard For more information, directions or
of Iain Wright of Medford, Robert and originally from Dorchester on October
would be appreciated. Sq., Cambridge, at 10 AM. Services will and Craig & Peter Linscott. Daughter to leave a message of condolence please
Jack Brackett of Watertown, Em- 23, 2018. Beloved wife of 68 years
conclude with burial at Mt. Auburn of the late Konstantinos, and the late visit, www.ccgfuneralhome.com
ily Kolewe and her husband Kris of to Gerald E. Manchester. Loving
Cemetery, Cambridge. For directions Angelina Varoutsos. Predeceased by
MD. Also survived by many very dear mother of Robert and his wife Terri of
or to leave a message of condolence, 12 siblings. A funeral service will be
friends, one niece and one nephew. Marshfield and Patricia Leombruno
held at the Annunciation of the Virgin
She leaves behind her beloved Boston GETCHELL, Joan Ann please visit keefefuneralhome.com.
Mary Greek Orthodox Church, 70
and husband Jack of Norwood. Dear
Red Sox and New England Patriots. sister of Gert Banks and husband Bill of
Past President Telephone Pioneers.
(Hallsen) Montvale Ave., Woburn on Friday, Oct.
Braintree and the late John VanEysden. Funeral Services
26 at 11:00 am. An hour of visitation
Retired employee Cambridge Savings Of York, ME formerly of Burlington, Also survived by her three cherished
will be held at the church, prior to the
Bank. Retired Accounting Manager of Oct. 23. Beloved wife of the late Paul grandchildren, Jerry Manchester, Amy
service from 10-11:00 am. Interment
Verizon for 43yrs beginning her career R. Loving mother of Donald & his wife Howell and Chrissy Campillio and her
at the Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn.
with New England Telephone. Funeral Lisa of York, ME and the late Paula. seven great grandchildren. Visiting
Memorial donations may be made to
procession from the George L. Doherty Proud & devoted grandmother of Will & hours will be held in the Bell-O’Dea
Annunciation of the Virgin Mary Greek
Funeral Home, 855 Broadway (Powder Funeral Home, 376 Washington St., Affordable Cremation
his wife Taylor. Great grandmother of Orthodox Church Endowment Fund, 70
House Sq.) SOMERVILLE, Saturday BROOKLINE on Thursday afternoon $
1310 complete
Van & Bodie. Sister of the late Richard
morning at 10am followed by a Funeral IACOPUCCI, Mario B. Montvale Ave., Woburn, MA 01801; or from 2:00 – 5:00. Funeral service 617 782 1000
Hallsen. Dear friend of Susan Sylvester the International Orthodox Christian
Mass in St. Raphael Church, Medford and interment will be private. In lieu
of Tewksbury. A visitation will be 95, formerly of Reading and Somer- Charities (IOCC) 110 West Rd., Ste. Lehman Reen & McNamara
at 11am. Relatives and friends invited. of flowers, donations made to the
held at the Edward V Sullivan Funeral ville, passed away at home in Maine on 360, Baltimore, MD 21204. Arrange- Funeral Home
Calling Hours Friday 4-8pm. Interment Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box
Home, 43 Winn St., BURLINGTON October 23, 2018. Visiting Hours on ments by the Graham Funeral Home, www.lehmanreen.com
Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford. In lieu 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 or
(Exit 34 off Rt. 128/95 Woburn side) Friday from 4-8PM at the Conroy-Tully WOBURN. www.grahamfuneral.com www.dfci.org would be appreciated. Serving Greater Boston
of flowers, donations may be made in
on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 9:30 a.m. – Walker Funeral Home, 1024 Broadway,
Joan’s memory to Care Dimensions
11:00 a.m. Concluding with Funeral SO. PORTLAND, ME. Funeral 11AM
Hospice, 75 Sylvan St., Danvers, MA
Services at 11:00 a.m. Burial to follow
01923 or North Shore Animal Shelter,
347 Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970.
Per Joan’s request, please wear bright,
in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Burlington.
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Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-Day Saints, 29 Ocean House
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McEACHERN, William D. McNARY, Francis J. ORENBERG, Charles REILLY, John J., Jr. SANDLER, Norman B. SHOCKLEY, Claire L.
Formerly of Canton, Of South Boston, passed away Monday, (Flaherty)
Holbrook, and Osterville, October 22, 2018 at the age of 58.
passed away on Tuesday, Loving son of Anna T. (McDonough)
October 23, 2018 at 98 years of age. Be- and the late John J. Reilly Sr. Beloved
loved husband of the late Diana (Kop- brother of Mary T. Reilly of South
low) Orenberg. Loving father of Debbie Boston, Deborah A. Reilly of Raynham,
Savage & her husband Sam of Stough- Kathleen Reilly of South Boston, Ann
ton, James Orenberg of Smithfield, RI, Marie Jajka, her husband Genci of
and the late Shari Simmons. Cherished Weymouth, and Michael Reilly of South
grandfather of Alexandra, Nicole and Boston. Cherished uncle of Dennis Ho-
Amanda and great-grandfather of gan of Plymouth, Jillian Yebba of South
Aribelle, Xander and Chase. Graveside Boston, Patrick Reilly of Raynham,
service at the Independent Workmens
Shawna Jajka of Weymouth, Dylan Reil-
Circle Cemetery, 776 Baker St., West
ly of South Boston, and Thomas Jajka
Roxbury on Friday, October 26th at
of Weymouth. Great Uncle of Chris and
11:00am. Memorial observance at the 82, of Malden, entered
Jason Yebba of South Boston, and Molly
Of Dedham, formerly of
Milton, a retired Vice
Beloved Friend home of James Orenberg following the
burial. In lieu of flowers, donations may
Hogan of Plymouth. Also survived by eternal rest on October
many loving cousins and friends. Visita- 21, 2018. Dear son of the Of Stoughton, age 83, October 23. Wife
President/Treasurer of Francis J. McNary, 85, died be made to Wounded Warrior Project, late Frances & David Sandler. Beloved
tion in the O’Brien Funeral Home, 146 of the late Edward L. Shockley. Mother
Buckley & Scott Co. of Needham, MA peacefully at his home in PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675. father of Robin LeBlanc and Jodi Par-
Dorchester Street, SOUTH BOSTON, of Edward L. Shockley, Jr. of Middle-
passed away October 24, 2018. Wayland on October 18, ent. Adored grandfather of Christopher
Schlossberg Memorial Chapel on Friday from 4-8 PM. Funeral Mass boro, Ann L. Flynn, Gerard C. Shockley
He was predeceased by his loving 2018. He is survived by his wife of 59 LeBlanc and Matthew Parent. Dear
“Family Owned” in Gate of Heaven Church, 615 East 4th and Brian A. Shockley, all of Stoughton,
wife Jean (Tedeschi) McEachern of 52 years, Mary Margaret (Cleary) McNary, brother of the late Dr. Harvey Sandler.
781 828-6990 Street, South Boston, on Saturday at Karen V. Shockley of Norton and Daniel
years. He is survived by his devoted and by their children, Mary Elizabeth Services at the Goldman Funeral
www.schlossbergchapel.com 10:00AM. Relatives and friends are in- F. Shockley of Bridgewater. Sister of
children Michael J. McEachern and his McNary-Hickey, Justin McNary; Julie Chapel,174 Ferry St (off Route 60),
vited to attend both services. Interment the late Mary Gilraine and Charles
wife Karen A. of Canton and Robert McNary; Sarah McNary, and Martin MALDEN, on Friday, October 26 at
W. McEachern and his wife Isabel B. McNary. He is also survived by two
RAFTUS, Michael J. will be private.
11:00 AM. Visitation from 10:15-11-
Flaherty, Jr. Stepsister of the late
William MacKay. Also survived by 13
of Hamden, CT, also the father of the grandchildren, Aidan McNary-Hickey AM. Interment in Danvers. Memorial
grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren,
late Joan R. McEachern. Bill (Papa), and Aisling-McNary Hickey; two sisters, week will be private. In lieu of flowers,
many nieces and nephews.
leaves his grandchildren Nicole R. of Ellen Foley and Judy Havran; a brother, expressions of sympathy may be made
Funeral will be held from the Farley
Weymouth and Emily K. of Canton Thomas McNary; and numerous nieces to the American Heart Association,
and Peter J., John R., and Catherine R. and nephews. One of Francis’s last ROSENBERGER, Peggy 500 5th Avenue, Suite 6, Waltham, MA Funeral Home, 358 Park St., (Rt. 27)
of Hamden, CT. He is also survived by wishes was that his long-time friends 02451; or the Spinal Research Founda- STOUGHTON, on Friday, Oct. 26 at
88, of Weymouth, formerly of Scituate tion www.spinerf.org . For directions or 9 AM, followed by a Funeral Mass
his brother Charles J. McEachern of Hugh Shine, Roger Williams, Jack Boy-
passed away peacefully at the Queen online condolences go to: at Immaculate Conception Church,
Rockland and his sister Sally A. Sears ajian, Joe Keefe, and Bobby Ewanouski
and his son-in-law Patrick Hickey serve Anne Nursing Home in Hingham fol- Stoughton, at 10 AM. Visiting Hours
of Quincy, formerly of Milton, and
as honorary pallbearers. lowing an illness. www.goldmanfc.com Thursday from 4-7 PM. Interment
many nieces and nephews. Son of the
The son of Francis M. McNary and Born in Richmond, Virginia, she was Goldman Funeral Chapel - Malden will take place at Evergreen Cemetery,
late Donald A. and Ethel M. (Poitras)
Lillian (Collins) McNary, Francis was the daughter of the late William Tilgh- 800-982-3717 Stoughton. Donations in Claire’s
McEachern. Also survived by a special
born on April 16, 1933 in Hartford, man and Enna Jeanne (Griffin) Cogbill memory may be made to the Interna-
friend, Donna M. LaCivita of Brockton.
Bill was born and raised in Boston, Connecticut. He received his Bachelor She was the devoted mother of Wil- SARTORI, James A., Sr. tional Fund for Animal Welfare, 290
liam Russell Rosenberger, III, his wife
he attended Boston Public Schools and of Arts degree from Fordham University
Cheri Rosenberger of Hudson, WI,
“Jimmy” Summer St., Yarmouth Port, MA 02675.
graduated from Boston Technical High and his Masters degree in English Directions and obituary at
Of Marblehead, formerly of Holliston, Eric Bryan Rosenberger of Beverly,
School and attended Bentley College. Literature from Wesleyan University. Life-long resident of Jeffries www.farleyfh.com.
passed away on his 79th birthday, MA and Linda Sullivan, her husband
He served in the U.S. Navy aboard the Shortly after the Korean War ended, Point, East Boston, passed
October 23, 2018. Mike is survived by Steve Gosling of Plymouth, MA. She
U.S.S. Albany CA123 and the U.S.S. he served a stint in Korea as a private away peacefully surrounded
his loving wife, Maggie. He was Dad to was the cherished grandmother of
Fred T. Berry DDE858. He was a scout- first class in the U.S. Army. Always a by his loving family at Massachusetts
Kathy and her husband John Wilder Joseph (Jake) Sullivan III, Maxwell Sul-
master at St. Mary of the Hills, Milton great story teller, Francis had some very of Marblehead; Marybeth and her hus- General Hospital on Tuesday, October
amusing tales to tell about his time in livan, Miles Sullivan, Katy Pavek, Sam 23rd at the age of 78. Jimmy was born
for for many years. He and his wife band Dan Barrett of Winston-Salem,
Korea. Rosenberger, Jack Rosenberger, Nick in Boston on May 27, 1940 to John J.
Jean enjoyed the theatre and traveling NC; and Deb and her partner Michael
Francis began what was to be a Rosenberger and Amanda Rosenberger. and Amalia (Martella) Sartori. He was
the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, and Spinetta of Seattle, WA. He is also
lifetime career in educational publish- Loving sister of the late William Til- the beloved husband of over 55 years of
Europe. During his retirement years,
ing as a salesman of college textbooks
survived by his brother and sister-in-
ghman, III and Jeanne Norvell. Former Patricia (Murphy) Sartori. Devoted
SPIVACK, Ada L.
he volunteered as a Meals-on-Wheels law, Jim and Pat Raftus of Cumberland,
for the old Boston firm of Ginn and wife of the late William R. Rosenberger. father of Patricia “Patti” Sartori-Braid
driver. He was a member and officer RI; and his sister Virginia Charpentier Of Newton and Waltham, Massachu-
Company. By the time he retired, he Peggy earned her nursing degree and her husband Chuckie of East
of the Dedham Retired Men’s Club. He of Providence, RI; and brother-in-law, setts, September 30, 2018, at the age
was president of Simon and Shuster’s from the Medical College of Virginia Boston and James A. Sartori Jr. and his
enjoyed cooking, especially for family David Charpentier, of Pawtucket, RI. of 98. Beloved wife of the late Jerome
International Division of Educational and worked as a trauma nurse in Vir- wife Joanne of Mount Sinai, NY. Dear
holiday gatherings. Mike was beloved “Peepaw” to three Spivack. Loving mother of Joanne
Text Book Publications. While working ginia, and later a psych nurse at Carney brother of the late John J. Sartori Jr.
Funeral from the George F. Doherty grandchildren: Mac, Cal, and Erin. He Spivack, Gabrielle Isenbrand, and the
in that division, he traveled not only Hospital in Massachusetts. and his surviving wife Anita of Dracut.
& Sons Wilson-Cannon Funeral Home, was loved by nine nieces and nephews
all over North and South America, but She was an avid and competitive Cherished grandfather of Christian,
late Robert Spivack. A skilled enamel
456 High St., DEDHAM, Saturday, Oct. and countless friends. A Funeral Mass
in Europe as well. With his quit wit, tennis player, worked to establish Andrew, Gabriella, Adam and Roma. on copper artist, knitter, tennis player,
27 at 9 am followed by a Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady Star of
generous nature, and wonderful sense the Gourmet Arts Guild in Scituate, Also survived by many loving nieces, and gardener, she took up bridge late
in St. Mary’s Church, Dedham at 10 the Sea Church, 85 Atlantic Avenue,
am. Relatives and friends kindly invit- of humor, Francis made lasting friend- Marblehead, on Monday, October 29
was a long-standing member of the nephews, cousins and friends. Family in life and played regularly for years.
ships wherever he went, and he will Scituate Harbor Yacht Club and sang and friends will honor Jimmy’s life by Ada particularly loved her summers on
ed. Visiting hours at the funeral home at 10AM. Burial to follow in Waterside
be sorely missed by scores of people in in the choir for many years at the First gathering at the Ruggiero Family Cape Cod with her family and friends.
Friday, Oct. 26 from 4-8 pm. Interment Cemetery, Marblehead. Visiting hours
many parts of the globe. Trinitarian Congregational Church. She Memorial Home, 971 Saratoga St., She is remembered fondly by the staff
in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Boston. will be held at Eustis and Cornell of
Visitations will be on Friday, October Marblehead, 142 Elm Street on Sunday,
loved and valued the ability to travel, EAST BOSTON, on Sunday, October and residents at Cabot Park Village and
In lieu of flowers, donations in memo-
26, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the John October 28 from 2-6PM. The family and visited England, Italy and most 28th from 2:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. and Waltham Crossings. A Celebration of
ry of Bill may be made to Dana-Farber
C. Bryant Funeral Home, 56 Pemberton would like to thank the Kaplan Family memorably, went on an African Safari. again on Monday morning at 8:30 A.M. Life will be held at a later date.
Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168,
Road, Wayland. (For driving directions Hospice House (Care Dimensions) Peggy developed close friendships before leaving in procession to Sacred
Boston, MA 02284-9168.
or to express condolences, please visit staff and volunteers for their devoted, with people of all generations. She Heart Church, Brooks St., East Boston,
Online guestbook and directions at
www.johncbryantfuneralhome.com.) compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, was a valued confidant and counsel to for a Funeral Mass in celebration of
gfdoherty.com. George F. Doherty &
Sons Dedham 781-326-0500.
A Mass of Catholic Burial will be held the family is requesting donations to many throughout her years. Anyone Jimmy’s life at 10:00 A.M. Services will STERNER, Denise M.
on Saturday, October 27 at 10:00 a.m. who knew Peggy, knew of her immense
at St. Ann Church (Good Shepherd
the Kaplan Family Hospice House, 78
love and devotion to her grandchildren
conclude with Jimmy being laid to rest (Cahill)
Liberty Street, Danvers, MA 01923; with full military honors at Woodlawn
Parish), 124 Cochituate Road (Rte. 27), The National Warplane Museum, 3489 (Gaga’s Babes), they were her greatest Cemetery Everett, MA. Of Groveland, formerly of Malden,
Wayland. Big Tree Lane, Geneseo, NY 14454; pride and joy. Peggy’s fiery spirit, in- October 22nd. Devoted wife of the late
quisitive nature and passion for life will
McLAUGHLIN, Robert M. or SPUR (good deeds), PO Box 1274,
remain embedded in the memory of so
Donald R., Sr. Beloved mother of Linda
MURPHY, Judith Delaney Marblehead, MA 01945. To share a
many who loved her.
Sterner of Lowell, Pamela DeMasse
Of Raymond, ME, departed this world memory of Mike or to offer a condo- and her husband Anthony of Reading,
on October 22, 2018 at the age of 70. lence to his family please visit A Memorial Service will take place Diane D’Arcangelo and her husband
He was a long time employee of New on Saturday November 3rd 2018 at Michael of Salisbury, Sheryl Caldwell
eustisandcornellfuneralhome.com 11 am from the First Trinitarian Con- East Boston 617-569-0990
England Telephone/Verizon and in and her husband Quint of Newburypo-
781-631-0076 gregational Church, 381 Country Way,
2003 retired and moved to Raymond rt, Christine Della Croce of Newbury-
where Life Is Good. He loved to garden Scituate. In lieu of flowers, contribu- SHAY, Joseph F., Sr. port, Donald R. Sterner, Jr. and his
and enjoyed his boat on Crescent Lake. RAND, Constance M. tions in her memory may be made wife Denise of Teaticket, John Sterner
Surviving are his wife Elizabeth (Leving) “Connie” to WGBH, www.wgbh.org/support. and his wife Stephanie of Gloucester
(Long) McLaughlin; three broth- Words of comfort may be left at www. and Elisa Catania and her husband
ers, James McLaughlin and spouse richardsongaffeyfuneralhome.com John of Amesbury. Sister of Richard
Maureen; Paul McLaughlin; Mark Richardson-Gaffey Cahill of Taunton and the late Joseph,
McLaughlin; two sisters, Marilyn Begin 781-545-0196 Vincent and Paul Cahill. Also lovingly
and spouse Charles; Laurie Pugsley and survived by 28 grandchildren, 25 great
spouse Robert; sisters in law, Joanne grandchildren as well as many nieces
Ireland; Lorayne Mascis; brothers in and nephews. Family and friends are
law, Garry and spouse Susan Wall- kindly invited to attend a Funeral from
Long, Robert and Michelle Long; Of Yarmouthport, formerly of Milton, the Carroll Funeral Home, 721 Salem
Michelle Carson Long. Also, many died Monday October 22, 2018. Street, (Maplewood Square) MALDEN
nieces & nephews. There will be a Mass Born in Tewksbury and raised in on Saturday, October 27th at 9 AM
in the Spring. He loved life and had the Milton, Judy was a graduate of St. Greg- followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated
best laugh. Rest easy my Love, you are ory High School and Aquinas Junior in St. Joseph’s Church, 770 Salem St.,
missed. Online condolences may be left College. She was an longtime employee Malden at 10 o’clock. Visiting Hours
Longtime resident of
for the family at hallfuneralhome.net. of the family automobile business, the ROSENDORF, Beverly M. Framingham, Southbor-
in the Carroll Funeral Home on Friday
former Columbia Pontiac of Dorchester from 4-8 PM. Services will conclude
and later was employed by Walgreens Of Melrose, Oct. 10, 2018, at age 86. (Blackman) ough, and Hyannis Port, age
with interment at Holy Cross Cemetery,
Beloved wife of the late Robert L. Rand 87, peacefully Oct. 20, 2018. Beloved
Stores, where she enjoyed interacting Malden. In lieu of flowers, memorial
with whom she shared 55 years of mar- husband of Mary C. “Connie” (Hanna)
with many loyal customers. contributions may be made to St. Jude
riage. Devoted mother of Robert Rand Shay for 60 years; Devoted father of:
In her younger years, Judy was an Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St.
of Rowley, Lisa Bernardino and her the late Michael J. Shay (2005) and
established equestrian. She has been Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
Paying an active participant with both the
Yarmouthport and Middleboro Senior
husband Mark of Georgetown, David
Rand of Georgetown, Dean Rand of
Timothy D. Shay & wife Jennifer of
Northborough, James P. Shay & wife
Monica of Southborough, Shannon
Carroll Funeral Home
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Centers and was an avid Bingo player. Rowley, and Steven Rand and his wife
tribute to Loving mother of Maura Murphy
and her husband Harrison Lee of
Laura of Avon. Dear sister of Leonard
Leving, Jr. of California, Ronald Leving
Shay Hayden & husband Andrew J.
Hayden of West Newton and Joseph F.
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your loved Lakeville, Michael Murphy and his wife


Kristy of Melrose and Matthew Murphy
and his wife Corinne of Littleton,
the late Marylen Leving, and Alma
Shay, Jr. of Southborough; Dear grand-
father of: Samantha, Patrick, Erica,
Timothy, Carly, Hunter, Shay, Andrew,
STEWART, Dorathy F.
ones is of Yarmouthport. Grandmother of
Andrew, Jacoby, Isabella, Keegan and
MacIver and her husband Harold.
Proud grandmother of Jessica Benner
her husband John, Amanda Gervais
Tiger, India, Francesca, Sophia, Joseph
& Joseph, III; Cherished brother of:
important Adam. Former wife of Edward Murphy.
Daughter of the late David J. and Ev-
elyn (White) Delaney. Sister of the late
and her husband Ryan, Isabella Bernar-
dino, Cory Rand, Britney Rand, Jake
Mary T. Shay of Framingham. Visiting
hours are Friday, Oct. 26 from 4:00 to
Kevin White Delaney. Rand, Nicholas Rand, and Christopher Age 68, of Marlborough, formerly of 8:00 p.m. at Boyle Bros. Funeral Home,
A Mass of Christian Burial will be Rand. Loving great-grandmother of Waltham on Friday, October 19, 2018. 173 Union Ave., FRAMINGHAM. A Fu-
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Osamu Shimomura, at 90; found glowing protein, won Nobel Tom Jago, 93;
STOCKSON, Eda E. (Currier)
By Kenneth Chang
NEW YORK TIMES
developed
NEW YORK — Osamu Shi-
momura, who shared the Nobel
world-famous
Prize in chemistry in 2008 for
his discovery of a glowing jelly- liquor brands
fish protein that is now ubiqui-
tous in biomedical research, By Richard Sandomir
died on Friday in Nagasaki, Ja- NEW YORK TIMES

pan. He was 90. NEW YORK — Tom Jago, an


His death was announced by inventive British liquor execu-
Nagasaki University, his alma tive who was part of the team
mater. that developed Baileys Irish
“Osamu was a quiet and bril- Cream and made it the world’s
liant researcher,” Martin L. best-selling liqueur, and later
Passed away peacefully, on October 10, Chalfie, a professor of biological helped establish the Malibu
2018 in the embrace of family and the sciences at Columbia University Rum and Johnnie Walker Blue
compassionate nursing staff of the Pond who shared the Nobel with Dr. brands, died Oct. 12 in London.
Home in Wrentham, MA. She was born Shimomura and Roger Y. Tsien He was 93.
November 30, 1919, in Houlton, Maine,
of the University of California His daughter, Rebecca Jago,
graduated from Houlton High School
in 1938, then attended Beal Business San Diego, said by e-mail. said he had fractured his neck
College. In 1946 she married Arnold, “What always struck me about in a fall the previous week.
her loving companion of 57 years. In Osamu was his intense dedica- Mr. Jago was a spirits maven
1948 they moved to Cambridge and tion and masterful work on a for more than a half-century, re-
joined the Grace Methodist Church and fundamental problem in biolo- FREDRIK PERSSON/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILE 2008
invigorating old drinks, devis-
Eastern Star. Eda attended the Bentley
School of Accounting and Finance (BA
gy — how can different organ- Dr. Shimomura worked at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole for 19 years. ing new ones and, in his final
1954). She worked for 10 years at AB isms generate light? — that was, years, hunting down casks of
Dick in Boston followed by a 25 year ironically, far from the limelight came a revolutionary way for 40 seconds after the flash, a zoologist at Princeton, E. New- forgotten yet exquisite whiskey
career at Harvard University. Eda was before the Nobel.” biologists to track the comings loud sound and sudden change ton Harvey, had tried for 20 in cellars and warehouses to
preceded in death by Arnold, by both In 1961, Dr. Shimomura, and goings and interactions of of air pressure followed. We years to make crystals of lu- sell in limited editions.
parents Dwight and Bernice Currier
then a researcher at Princeton specific proteins, easily visible were sure there was a huge ex- ciferin and failed. Baileys came to life in 1973
and by her four beloved siblings, broth-
ers Laurel and Eber, sisters Vivian Olm- University, spent the summer under a microscope — akin to plosion somewhere, but we Dr. Shimomura succeeded when Mr. Jago was in charge of
stead and Vera Ruth Adams, sister-in- scooping jellyfish, specifically attaching a GPS device to a per- didn’t know where.” after 10 months. His stay at Na- new products for International
law Trudy Currier, and brothers-in-law, the species Aequorea victoria, son traveling through the tu- It was the atomic bomb be- goya was extended a year, and Distillers & Vintners, or IDV, a
Gilbert and William Stockson. She is out of Puget Sound in Washing- mult of a city. ing dropped on Nagasaki. he and Hirata published a pa- British liquor giant.
survived by her daughter Sally Rossini
ton state. He was working for “The importance of Dr. Shi- “The sky was rapidly filling per describing their findings. Baileys — the first Irish
(Ralph), son David Stockson (Carlin),
grandchildren Kelsey Stockson, Sean
Frank Johnson, a Princeton ma- momura’s contribution to con- with dark clouds,” he wrote, That attracted the attention cream liqueur — sold nearly 7
Stockson and Nicholas Rossini (Sarah), rine biologist, who was interest- temporary biological discovery “and when I left the factory to of Johnson, a disciple of Har- million cases last year, nearly
great-grandchildren, Anthony and Luca ed in how the jellyfish glowed cannot be overstated,” Nipam walk home, about three miles vey’s, who in 1959 offered the double that of any other li-
Rossini, as well as sister-in-law Marilyn green when agitated. Patel, director of the Marine Bi- away, a drizzling rain started. It young scientist a job in his labo- queur, according to The Spirits
Stockson and the extended families of They extracted a lumines- ological Laboratory in Woods was black rain. ratory. Business, a trade magazine.
the many nieces and nephews whose
cent material from thousands Hole, Mass., where Dr. Shimo- “By the time I arrived home, In the 1970s, Dr. Shimomu- In 1978, a few years after
lives she touched. A private family
memorial service will be held at Jones of them and took it back to mura worked from 1982 until my white shirt had turned gray. ra examined aequorin, green Baileys reached the market,
Rich and Barnes Funeral Home in Princeton for further study. By 2001, said in a statement. My grandmother quickly read- fluorescent protein, and other IDV faced a problem with Coco
Portland, ME, and Veterans Memorial February of the next year, Dr. Osamu Shimomura was ied a bath for me. That bath bioluminescent materials. In Rico, a coconut rum. It was be-
Cemetery in Augusta, Maine, at a future Shimomura recalled in his au- born on Aug. 27, 1928, in Kyo- might have saved me from the 1982, he moved to the Marine ing made in South Africa,
date. To read more about Eda’s life and
tobiography at the Nobel web- to, Japan, and his childhood ill effects of the strong radiation Biological Laboratory as a se- whose racist apartheid policy
offer online condolences, please visit:
www.gilloolyfuneralhome.com site, they had obtained about 5 and education were fractured that presumably existed in the nior scientist, retiring in 2001. had made it an outlaw nation.
milligrams of a nearly pure lu- by World War II. With his fa- black rain.” Dr. Shimomura received the Mr. Jago renamed the rum Mal-
Gillooly Funeral Home
Norwood 781-762-0174 minescent protein, which they ther serving in the Japanese ar- After the war, he repeatedly Asahi Prize, one of the most ibu, changed its packaging and
www.gilloolyfuneralhome.com named aequorin. Dr. Shimomu- my, he and his brother and sis- applied to college and was re- prestigious honors in Japan, in repositioned it as a Caribbean-
ra also found traces of another ter were sent to live with grand- peatedly rejected. He was final- 2006. style liqueur. Bottling was
protein that glowed green. That parents near Nagasaki. At 16 he ly admitted to Nagasaki Phar- He l a t e r n o t e d t h a t t h e moved to England, and eventu-
TERZIAN, Annabelle A. is now known as green fluores- graduated from high school macy College in 1948, even Washington waters where he ally to Barbados.
cent protein, or GFP. without ceremony or diplomas, though he was not planning to and his co-workers had collect- “He had a failed brand in his
(Garoyan) Unlike most other light-pro- at a factory where his class had become a pharmacist. He dis- ed so many Aequorea jellyfish locker called Malibu, and im-
Of Belmont, Westwood, and Plymouth, ducing proteins, which require been sent to repair fighter air- covered an interest in chemis- — 850,000 over 19 trips be- mediately we loved the name,”
MA. September 12, 1928 to October a reaction with chemicals to craft engines. try there and graduated at the tween 1961 and 1988 — had be- James Espey, who had been
21, 2018. Beloved wife of the late Harry glow, green fluorescent protein On Aug. 9, 1945, three days top of his class in 1951. come polluted, and that after marketing director of IDV
Terzian. Mother of Deborah Terzian of
Arlington and the late H. Judson (Judd)
turned green simply when ul- after the atomic bomb was He worked as an assistant in 1990 the jellyfish became Worldwide, wrote in an article
Terzian and the late J. Garrett Terzian. traviolet light was shined on it. dropped on Hiroshima, he saw a chemistry laboratory at Naga- sparse, perhaps as a result of in International Opulence mag-
Grandmother of JB Terzian and his Other scientists later deter- an American B-29 bomber drop saki for four years, then ob- the Exxon Valdez oil spill in azine.
wife, Leah, of Arlington. Sister of R. mined the gene that produces two or three parachutes. A few tained a leave of absence to 1989. If the disappearance had Today, Malibu is the world’s
Diana Garoyan Monaco of Stoneham GFP and were then able to minutes later, a second B-29 ap- study for a year at Nagoya Uni- occurred 20 years earlier, he second-most popular liqueur,
and Elaine Garoyan Kasparian of
stitch it into the DNA of other peared. v e r s i t y. T h e p r o f e s s o r h e w o u l d n e v e r h av e l e a r n e d after Baileys, and is owned by
Burlington. She also is survived by nu-
merous nieces, nephews, grandnieces, organisms. With that modifica- “At the moment I sat down worked for, Yoshimasa Hirata, about aequorin or green fluo- Pernod Ricard.
and grandnephews. Annabelle was a tion, fluorescent snippets were on my work stool,” Dr. Shimo- assigned him a seemingly im- rescent protein. In addition to his daughter,
proud graduate of Simmons College attached to proteins that biolo- mura wrote in his Nobel autobi- possible task: to try to crystal- Dr. Shimomura leaves his Mr. Jago leaves his sons, Barna-
and the Boston University School of gists were interested in. ography, “a powerful flash of lize a glowing organic com- wife, Akemi; a brother, Sada- by, Dan and Francis; six grand-
Law. Women lawyers were scarce in
Proteins are the machinery light came through the small pound called luciferin, found in mu; a sister, Setsuko; a son, children and a brother, Geoff.
her generation. When she entered law
school in 1948, women comprised less of cells, doing the work that windows. We were blinded for a small crustacean in the coast- Tsutomu; a daughter, Sachi; His wife, Penelope Jago, died
than three percent of the total U.S. keeps organisms alive. This be- about 30 seconds. Then, about al waters of Japan. A renowned and two grandchildren. this year.
law school enrollment. Annabelle’s
legal career spanned over forty years.
She practiced trust and estate law
and co-founded the law firm Terzian
and Terzian in Whitman with her law
Dorcas Reilly, Walter Kwok, 68, businessman
school classmate and husband, Harry.
Relatives and friends are invited to her
funeral service on Friday, October 26 at
creator of who survived 1997 kidnapping
Plymouth Congregational Church, 582
Pleasant Street, Belmont at 10:00 a.m.
turkey day By Austin Ramzy
NEW YORK TIMES
December 1998.
Walter Kwok Ping-sheung
Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in Annabelle’s
memory to the Boston University
staple; at 92 H O N G K O N G — Wa l t e r
Kwok, a Hong Kong property
was born in 1950, the eldest
son of Kwok Tak-seng, who in
School of Law Terzian Scholarship tycoon who was kidnapped and 1963 founded Sun Hung Kai
Fund, Esdaile Alumni Center, 765 Com- By Shawn Marsh held for ransom in 1997 and Properties. It became one of the
monwealth Avenue, 11th Floor, Boston, ASSOCIATED PRESS later ousted, in a dramatic fam- city’s biggest development com-
MA 02215.
HADDONFIELD, N. J. — ily conflict, from the business panies, building apartment
Dorcas Reilly, who was credited his father founded, died Satur- complexes and developing
with creating a Thanksgiving day in Hong Kong. He was 68. what are now some of Hong
staple enjoyed by millions, the His wife, Wendy Kwok, con- Kong’s most famous commer-
green bean casserole, died Oct. firmed his death in a statement cial buildings.
15. She was 92. but did not specify the cause. Walter Kwok studied at the
The cause was Alzheimer’s He had been hospitalized since Imperial College of Science and
WHEATON, Gloria D. disease, said Ken Tomlinson of August after having a stroke. Technology in London. He and
(Thompson Greenstein) the Hinski-Tomlinson Funeral Mr. Kwok was one of Hong two younger brothers, Ray-
93, passed away peacefully on October Home in Haddonfield. Kong’s most prominent devel- mond and Thomas, took over
18, 2018. Born in Boston on October Campbell Soup officials said opers when he was targeted by Sun Hung Kai after their fa-
14, 1925, Gloria spent her early life in the New Jersey resident was the a mainland gangster who had ther’s death in 1990. Walter
Chelsea and East Boston, and most of driving force behind the popu- an audacious plan to kidnap Kwok became chairman and
her adult years living in Winthrop and
lar dish, made with green beans the city’s richest businessmen chief executive.
the North Shore area. She worked in a
manufacturing plant in Chelsea during
and cream of mushroom soup and ransom them for tens of In 2008, the Kwok family
WWII to help support the war effort and topped with crunchy fried millions of dollars. moved to oust him as head of
before marrying and raising her three onions. The company said it is The gangster, Cheung Tze- the company in a bitter battle
children. Predeceased by her former the most popular recipe ever to keung, known by the nickname that thrust them into the head-
husband Charles Greenstein, her come out of its corporate kitch- Big Spender for his profligate lines again. His brothers assert-
husband Charles Wheaton, her parents
en. The recipe’s website got 2.7 ways in Macau casinos, kid- ed in court filings that Mr.
Mary Ellen & William Thompson
and her four siblings. Survived by her million visits during last year’s napped Mr. Kwok in September Kwok had bipolar affective dis-
children Stephen G. Greenstein and holidays, the company said. 1997, nearly three months after order and argued that the con-
his wife, Kathleen of Winthrop, Lisa E The original recipe card was Hong Kong was returned to dition should disqualify him
Lewis of Scituate and Philip D. Green- donated to the National Inven- Chinese control. from running the conglomer-
stein of Marlborough. Also survived
tors Hall of Fame in 2002. Mr. Kwok was held in a hut ate. They also said that Mr.
by seven grandchildren and three ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILE 2005
great-grandchildren. Memorial service ‘‘Dorcas was an incredible in a remote area of Hong Kong’s Kwok’s mistress had become in-
11:45 am Saturday, October 27, 2018 in woman, whose legacy will live Campbell Soup officials said Ms. Reilly was the driving New Territories. The kidnap- appropriately involved in com-
the chapel at Puritan Lawn Cemetery, on for years to come. She will be force behind the green bean casserole. pers beat him and locked him pany business.
185 Lake St, Peabody, MA 01960 & missed by her Campbell col- in a wooden cage after he ini- Mr. Kwok responded that
Memorial Celebration/Remembrance leagues and all those who were helped create a tomato soup role. tially refused to call his family. his brothers were upset with his
1:30pm at Four Points by Sheraton,
407 Squire Rd., Revere, MA 02151.
impacted by her creativity and meatloaf, a tuna noodle casse- ‘‘It would be Aunt Suzy’s or He was released a week later for efforts to improve the compa-
Relatives & friends are welcome to generous spirit,’’ the company r o l e , a n d s l o p p y Jo e - l i k e Grandma’s,’’ she said. a ransom of nearly $80 million. ny’s management, including
attend both or either one. Donations in said in a statement. ‘‘souperburgers.’’ Campbell’s officials have Cheung, who had moved starting an examination of
lieu of flowers, may be made to: Rosie’s Ms. Reilly was a Campbell The green bean recipe is still said consumers often tell them back and forth between Hong whether certain contractors
Place, 889 Harrison Ave., Boston, Soup kitchen supervisor in a fixture on soup-can labels and practically anyone — even nov- Kong and mainland China to were unduly favored.
MA 02118. For an online guestbook,
1955 when she combined the television commercials. And ices or bad cooks — can make a avoid the police for years, was The company’s board voted
www.mcnamara-sparrell.com
ingredients of the now-legend- Ms. Reilly said she always kept green bean casserole because eventually captured in Shen- to remove him, and his mother
ary casserole for an Associated the ingredients for the casserole it’s so easy to prepare. zhen, a city just over the border took over as chairwoman. In
Press feature. on hand in her home — just in Ms. Reilly worked for Camp- with Hong Kong. 2014 the brothers reached a
In a 2005 interview marking case someone asked her to whip bell’s on and off between the Cheung’s 1998 trial, in the settlement to divide the family
Every life is a story the recipe’s 50th anniversary, one up. late 1940s and 1988, when she mainland city of Guangzhou, trust that controls Sun Hung
A Featured Life offering lets you honor your Ms. Reilly said she didn’t re- She also noted that whenev- retired as manager of the was closely followed in Hong Kai, which was valued at more
loved one with a professionally written narrative.
member having a hand in it be- er the company held recipe con- Campbell’s kitchen. Kong. It revealed new details of than $33 billion.
Call 617-929-1500 or email cause the dish was among hun- tests, she would typically see She leaves her husband of 59 the kidnappings, which had not Besides his wife and his two
deathnotices@globe.com dreds that were created during ‘‘homemade’’ variations of the years, Thomas, a son, and a been reported to the police. He brothers, Mr. Kwok leaves three
her time at Campbell’s. She also soup-can recipe for the casse- daughter. was convicted and executed in children.
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conveniences (with “up”)
43 Social levels 18 French vineyard
44 Scottish cop 19 Ocean-diving bird
45 Coral mass 23 Lucre
47 Prefix with 24 Stored grain
“rust” or “trust” 26 Exhausts,
48 Like Hammer as energy
pants, now 27 Horse race gait
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56 Thing on display letters 37 Bendy exercise arguing a case 57 Coated cupcakes
58 Goofy and clumsy 29 Early software 38 Plow pullers 49 Expend, 59 How to repeat a
63 Hotel’s version 39 Season of as energy grade
back passage 31 Be volcanic atonement 50 Crowd total, 60 Really intrigued by
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67 Marine eagle boast” province 51 Bridge fastener 62 Egg makers
68 Mountaineering 34 Nigh? 42 Barista’s place 52 Asian waist tie 64 Certain dir.
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World Series Game 2


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Red Sox 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 x 4 8 0

Halfway home

JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF


J.D. Martinez (13 RBIs in 11 postseason games this season) connects for a two-out single to right field in a three-run fifth inning that gave the Red Sox a 4-2 lead in Game 2 at Fenway.

WO R L D S E R I E S R E D SOX VS . D O D G E R S
(All games on Fox)
GAME 1 GAME 2 GAME 3 GAME 4 GAME 5 GAME 6 GAME 7
At Boston 8, Dodgers 4 At Boston 4, Dodgers 2 Friday, at LA Saturday, at LA *Sunday, Oct. 28, *Tuesday, Oct. 30, *Wednesday, Oct. 31,
8:09 p.m. 8:15 p.m. at LA, 8:09 p.m. at Boston, 8:09 p.m. at Boston, 8:09 p.m.
* If necessary

Nick Cafardo
ON BASEBALL
Price and Red Sox
Pure and simple, freeze out Dodgers
Martinez is key
By Peter Abraham
GLOBE STAFF

It’s what amounts to a postseason tradition now, David


Price winning a game for the Red Sox and having his 2-
No, J.D. Martinez hasn’t hit 1.6 billion home runs in the year-old son, Xavier, sit on his lap while he conducts in-
postseason. Just two, in fact, but the Red Sox’ slugging des- terviews afterward.
ignated hitter has been the big lottery winner in the other Eventually the little guy bats the microphone a few too
phase of his game — pure hitting. many times and Price hands him off to his wife, Tiffany, as
Martinez has knocked in 13 runs in 11 postseason everybody laughs.
games, more than any other player in MLB, and his two- In the whirlwind of baseball’s postseason, where repu-
run single to right Wednesday night in a three-run fifth in- tations can be raised or wrecked in a span of a few in-
ning provided all Boston needed to grab a 4-2 victory in nings, Price has finally caught the updraft he has long
Game 2 and take a 2-0 lead over the Dodgers with the waited for.
World Series heading to Los Angeles.
Martinez has been playing with a sore ankle after twist- ºPrice, morphing into Mr. October, shuts down Dodgers
ing it rounding a base in Game 1, but he says he will be able with a stellar performance in Game 2. Shaughnessy, A1
to play the field when the Series shifts to non-DH Dodger
Stadium on Friday. Meanwhile, he just keeps on hitting, The lefthander pitched well again on Wednesday
maybe not getting the attention that some teammates have night, his six strong innings helping lift the Red Sox to a
received because everyone just expects Martinez to be 4-2 victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers and a 2-0 lead
great. in the World Series.
He has been a factor in all three playoff series this Octo- Price and three relievers held the National League
ber. He hit .357 against the Yankees with a homer and six champions to three hits. They retired the final 16 batters
RBIs, .278 against the Astros with a homer and three RBIs, in a row.
and .429 with four RBIs in his first two World Series games. The Sox are the 55th team to win the first two games of
STAN GROSSFELD/GLOBE STAFF
I’ll never forget the day I asked Pedro Martinez how he the Series. Forty-three of them went on to win the cham-
would pitch J.D. Martinez if he had the chance, and he said, David Price allowed two runs and three hits in six innings and the Red pionship. Rick Porcello starts Game 3 in Los Angeles on
ON BASEBALL, Page D6 Sox bullpen did not allow a hit in a Game 2 shutdown of the Dodgers. RED SOX, Page D4

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Mitchell’s work not done NBA


JAZZ 100, ROCKETS 89
UTAH
FG FT Reb
Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
Favors... 23 3­5 2­2 1­8 0 4 8
Ingles .... 31 3­8 2­2 0­6 3 1 11
Gobert... 34 4­5 4­6 5­13 0 5 12
Rubio..... 33 1­8 2­2 0­2 6 2 4
EASTERN CONFERENCE Mitchell 39 14­25 6­8 0­5 7 1 38

Ex­Patriot continues
O'Neale. 17 1­2 0­0 0­2 0 2 2
ATLANTIC W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf. Crwder.. 32 3­12 1­2 3­6 3 4 9
Exum..... 15 3­6 2­2 0­0 1 0 9
Toronto 5 0 1.000 — W5 4­0 4­0 Burks....... 5 1­2 3­4 0­2 0 1 5

rehab on ailing knees Brooklyn


BOSTON
2
2
2 .500
2 .500


W1
L1
1­0
1­1
2­2
2­2
Niang ...... 4 1­2 0­0
Udoh ....... 3 0­0 0­0
Allen........ 4 0­3 0­0
0­2
0­1
0­0
0
1
0
1 2
0 0
0 0
Philadelphia 2 2 .500 2½ L1 2­0 2­2 Totals .... 34­78 22­28 9­47 21 21 100

By Nora Princiotti New York 1 4 .200 4 L4 1­1 1­4 FG%: .436, FT%: .786. 3­pt. goals: 10­
29, .345 (Ingles 3­6, Rubio 0­2, Mitchell
GLOBE STAFF CENTRAL W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf. 4­9, Crowder 2­8, Exum 1­1, Niang 0­1,
Allen 0­2). Blocks: 5 (Favors 2, Gobert
The last pass Malcolm Mitchell Detroit 3 0 1.000 — W3 2­0 3­0 3). Turnovers: 18 (Favors, Ingles 3,
Gobert 4, Rubio 6, Mitchell 3, O'Neale).
caught in a meaningful football game Milwaukee 3 0 1.000 — W3 2­0 3­0 Steals: 7 (Favors, Ingles, Gobert 2, Ru­
Indiana 3 2 .600 1 W1 2­0 1­1 bio 2, Crowder).
came on a magical night in February Chicago 1 3 .250 2½ W1 1­1 1­2 HOUSTON
2017, with 2:34 left in the fourth quar- Cleveland 0 4 .000 3½ L4 0­2 0­3
FG FT Reb
Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
ter of Super Bowl LI, the Patriots trail- SOUTHEAST W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf.
Tucker... 39 2­9 0­0 0­3 0 4 6
Willims.. 20 3­7 0­0 0­0 2 4 7
ing by 8 points. Mitchell stumbled off Orlando 2 2 .500 — W1 1­1 2­2 Capela .. 38 5­9 0­2 6­12 2 2 10
Gordon.. 40 5­21 0­0 2­4 3 3 11
the line but recovered, caught a pass Atlanta 2 2 .500 — W2 1­0 1­1 Harden.. 32 10­19 6­9 1­5 7 4 29
Miami 2 2 .500 — W1 1­1 2­2 Anthony 39 9­17 1­2 1­7 2 3 22
from Tom Brady and took it up the left Green .... 28 1­5 1­1 0­2 0 2 4
Charlotte 2 3 .400 ½ L2 0­1 2­3 Hrtnstin .. 3 0­0 0­0 0­0 0 1 0
sideline for 11 yards when the Patriots *Washington 1 2 .333 ½ W1 0­2 0­2 Clark ....... 2 0­0 0­0 0­2 0 0 0
Totals .... 35­87 8­14 10­35 16 23 89
needed 10 to move the chains. FG%: .402, FT%: .571. 3­pt. goals: 11­
On that night, no one would have WESTERN CONFERENCE 40, .275 (Tucker 2­7, Carter­Williams
1­4, Gordon 1­12, Harden 3­4, Anthony
guessed that the rookie wide receiver PACIFIC W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf. 3­8, Green 1­5). Blocks: 5 (Tucker,
*Golden State 3 1 .750 — W1 2­0 3­1 Capela 2, Gordon, Anthony). Turn­
had anything less than a bright future overs: 15 (Tucker, Carter­Williams,
LA Clippers 2 2 .500 1 L1 2­1 2­2 Capela 5, Gordon, Harden 7). Steals: 12
after he caught five passes for 63 yards LA Lakers 1 3 .250 2 W1 0­2 1­3 (Tucker 7, Carter­Williams, Capela,
Harden, Anthony, Green).
in the fourth quarter to help spark the Sacramento 1 3 .250 2 L1 0­1 1­3 Utah .......................24 28 23 25 — 100
Patriots’ come-from-behind overtime Phoenix 1 3 .250 2 L3 1­1 1­3 Houston.................29 15 22 23 — 89
A — 18,055 (18,023). T — 2:07. Offi­
victory over the Falcons. SOUTHWEST W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf. cials — Tony Brothers, Courtney Kirk­
Looking back on that night, Mitch- New Orleans 3 0 1.000 — W3 2­0 3­0 land, JB DeRosa.
Memphis 2 1 .667 1 W2 1­0 1­0
ell still can’t quite put it into words. San Antonio 2 2 .500 1½ L1 1­1 2­1 PACERS 116, SPURS 96
“That was just a surreal moment, Dallas 2 2 .500 1½ L1 2­0 1­1 INDIANA
something I’m not sure, I hope I can, Houston 1 3 .250 2½ L2 0­2 1­3 FG FT Reb
Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
but I’m not sure it can ever be replicat- NORTHWEST W L Pct. GB Streak Home Conf. Bgdnvic 24 3­7 0­0 0­4 1 2 7
Young ... 31 6­9 1­2 0­5 0 3 14
ed,” Mitchell said Wednesday evening. Denver 4 0 1.000 — W4 3­0 4­0 Turner... 28 5­8 0­0 0­6 2 3 10
But the 20 months following Portland 2 1 .667 1½ L1 2­1 2­0 Collison. 21 2­7 0­0 0­0 3 1 5
Oladipo. 33 7­12 4­4 1­5 9 0 21
Utah 2 2 .500 2 W1 0­2 2­2 Joseph... 24 4­8 0­0 0­6 4 1 12
weren’t as magical or full of come- Minnesota 2 3 .400 2½ L1 2­0 0­2 Sabonis. 21 7­9 1­1 3­10 4 4 16
Evans .... 23 7­14 0­0 0­0 5 2 19
backs. Mitchell, who had knee injuries Oklahoma City 0 3 .000 3½ L3 0­1 0­3 Leaf ....... 13 0­5 0­0 1­2 2 1 0
in college, spent the 2017 season on in- * — Not including late game McDrmt 13 4­7 1­1
Holiday ... 3 0­0 0­0
0­1
0­0
3
0
3 10
1 0
jured reserve and wasn’t able to partic- WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS Sumner... 3 0­0 0­0 0­0 0 0 0
O'Quinn .. 3 1­1 0­0 0­1 1 1 2
ipate in offseason activities this year. At Atlanta 111 Dallas 104 Indiana 116 at San Antonio 96 Totals .... 46­87 7­8 5­40 34 22 116
FG%: .529, FT%: .875. 3­pt. goals: 17­
He underwent a procedure on his knee Brooklyn 102 at Cleveland 86 At Milw. 123 Philadelphia 108
32, .531 (Bogdanovic 1­4, Young 1­1,
three days before training camp began At Miami 110 New York 87 LA Lakers 131 at Phoenix 113 Collison 1­3, Oladipo 3­6, Joseph 4­6,
Sabonis 1­1, Evans 5­7, Leaf 0­1, Mc­
JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF At Toronto 112 Minnesota 105 At Sacramento 97 Memphis 92
this July, never recovered enough to Dermott 1­3). Blocks: 5 (Turner 2, Sab­
onis, Evans, Leaf). Turnovers: 10 (Bog­
Utah 100 at Houston 89 Washington at Golden St.
join team drills, and was cut Aug. 6 Malcolm Mitchell spent most of training camp with the Patriots this year danovic, Young, Turner 2, Collison, Ola­
dipo 2, Holiday 2, Sumner). Steals: 9
At Chicago 112 Charlotte 110
without an injury designation. A few limited to stretching because of ongoing issues with his knees. (Collison 2, Oladipo 2, Joseph, Sabonis
2, Evans 2).
days later, Mitchell had more surgery THURSDAY’S GAMES SAN ANTONIO
FG FT Reb
on a knee and he’s now back in Geor- when he’ ll be able to play football scheduled to host two events in Boston BOSTON at Okla. City 8 Portland at Orlando 7 Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
Gay........ 26 5­10 0­0 2­10 2 1 11
gia, still recovering. again. That uncertainty is what’s most in the near future to promote literacy. Cleveland at Detroit 7 Denver at LA Lakers 10:30
Aldridge 32 5­18 5­5 6­13 2 1 15
“Everything has been going OK,” frustrating for the fourth-round pick in Mitchell sounded a little nervous TUESDAY’S RESULTS Poeltl..... 13 1­2 0­0 3­5 0 1 2
Forbes... 31 5­10 3­3 0­2 4 2 15
Mitchell said. “It’s unfortunate that I’m the 2016 NFL Draft. about how he would be received in At Detroit 133 Phil. 132 (OT) At Denver 126 Sacramento 112
DeRzan . 33 8­18 2­3 0­3 4 3 18
Mills ...... 25 0­1 0­0 2­4 0 1 0
not there working in the area anymore. “I don’t know how he could have New England, worried people might At New Orleans 116 Clippers 109 Gasol..... 15 2­7 0­0 1­2 2 1 4
Belinelli. 20 5­11 4­4 0­2 0 1 16
I thoroughly enjoyed being in New put any more into it than he did,” Patri- have forgotten about him. While his Bertans. 19 2­4 2­2 1­4 1 2 7
Cnnghm 12 0­1 2­2 0­1 0 2 2
England.” ots coach Bill Belichick said in August time with the Patriots was short, he did Metu........ 6 1­4 0­0 0­0 1 0 2
Pndxter... 6 1­1 0­0 0­0 0 1 2
Mitchell still wants to play football. after the team waived Mitchell. leave an indelible impression in his Eubanks.. 3 0­0 2­2 0­0 0 0 2
Totals .... 35­87 20­21 15­46 16 16 96
He’s rehabbing at the University of Mitchell said he still loves the Patri- rookie season. FG%: .402, FT%: .952. 3­pt. goals: 6­
Georgia with his former trainer. ots, and would come back if his body That early promise met the harsh 19, .316 (Gay 1­1, Aldridge 0­2, Forbes
2­4, DeRozan 0­1, Mills 0­1, Belinelli 2­5,
“Nothing the same as me playing in would let him. reality of a career in football. But Bertans 1­3, Cunningham 0­1, Metu
0­1). Blocks: 3 (Aldridge, Gasol, Belinel­
a football game, or I would be,” Mitch- “There are no hard feelings,” Mitch- Mitchell, ever upbeat, said he’s making li). Turnovers: 13 (Gay 2, Aldridge, Po­
eltl 2, Forbes, DeRozan, Mills 3, Gasol,
ell said. ell said. “I was put in a position where I the best of a bad situation. Bertans, Pondexter). Steals: 3 (Gay,
Belinelli, Pondexter). Technicals: Be­
He spends about half his days train- couldn’t control the situation, and nei- “The No. 1 thing during the process linelli, 8:37/2nd.
ing, and the other half on passions of ther could they. So every Sunday, I put now is make sure that I’m physically Indiana ..................28 34 26 28 — 116
San Antonio..........22 28 21 25 — 96
reading, writing children’s books, and on my Patriots stuff and I sit down and able to not just handle football but life A — 18,354 (18,797). T — 1:58. Offi­
photography. Mitchell, who released I watch the game just like anyone else in general,” Mitchell said. “And really cials — Brian Forte, Kevin Scott, Eric
Dalen.
his first book in 2016, just had his sec- would. just try to continue to grow as an indi-
ond book accepted by his publisher. “It’s not like I wanted to leave there. vidual. Just keep trying to be the best BULLS 112, HORNETS 110
“I’ve had time,” he said jokingly. I didn’ t want to not be there, but that I can. CHARLOTTE
FG FT Reb
Mitchell is used to recovery time. there’s different things that go into it “But regardless of where life takes Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
Willims.. 33 4­12 2­2 3­8 1 1 11
He missed the 2013 season because of all. One is health, right? But the second me, a piece of me will always be in New Batum ... 38 6­15 0­1 0­3 4 0 13
ERIC CHRISTIAN SMITH/ASSOCIATED PRESS Zeller..... 21 5­8 4­4 3­6 2 0 14
a torn ACL. He said he has lost count of is what’s best for the team.” England.” Lamb..... 28 5­9 0­0 0­3 3 2 12
Walker .. 36 5­14 10­11 0­3 6 2 23
the number of procedures on his Mitchell remains involved with his Rockets guard James Harden (13) drives to Gilchrist 16 2­3 0­0 1­2 2 6 6
knees. “Share the Magic Foundation” and Nora Princiotti can be reached at the basket as Jazz forward Derrick Favors Hrngmz. 14 1­2 5­6 1­5
Monk..... 24 2­8 4­4 0­2
0
3
2 7
5 9
“It hasn’t been easy,” Mitchell said. “Read With Malcolm” programs, both nora.princiotti@globe.com. Follow her tries to head him off in the first half. Parker... 17 5­10 0­0 0­2
Bridges . 13 2­4 1­1 0­2
2
0
1 10
1 5
Mitchell said he doesn’t know if or of which promote youth literacy. He’s on Twitter at @NoraPrinciotti. Totals .... 37­85 26­29 8­36 23 20 110

NETS 102, CAVALIERS 86 RAPTORS 112, T’WOLVES 105 FG%: .435, FT%: .897. 3­pt. goals: 10­
35, .286 (Williams 1­6, Batum 1­6, Lamb
2­3, Walker 3­9, Kidd­Gilchrist 2­2,
BROOKLYN MINNESOTA Monk 1­6, Parker 0­1, Bridges 0­2).
FG FT Reb FG FT Reb

Michel, Gronkowski still sidelined


Blocks: 5 (Williams, Batum, Lamb,
Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt Walker, Bridges). Turnovers: 6 (Batum
Dudley .. 24 4­5 0­0 0­1 1 3 12 Gibson .. 20 6­10 0­0 3­6 1 1 13 3, Walker, Monk 2). Steals: 5 (Williams
Harris.... 27 6­9 0­0 1­6 2 3 16 Butler.... 37 7­13 5­10 2­4 5 2 23 2, Batum, Lamb, Walker).
Allen...... 27 5­9 0­1 1­8 3 1 10 Towns... 35 5­17 3­3 2­8 1 1 14
LeVert... 32 5­12 0­0 0­6 4 1 10 CHICAGO
Okogie .. 27 4­14 0­0 5­11 1 2 10 FG FT Reb
Russell .. 27 5­14 6­6 0­1 8 3 18 Teague.. 30 5­12 0­0 1­2 9 4 12
Crabbe.. 18 0­7 0­0 0­1 2 3 0 Min M­A M­A O­T A F Pt
Rose ...... 30 7­16 0­0 1­3 5 1 16 Portis .... 20 2­5 0­0 1­7 1 3 4
Jeffrson. 21 3­10 2­4 0­8 0 0 8 Jones..... 20 1­4 0­0 0­1 3 1 2 Holiday . 38 3­9 0­0 0­6 2 4 7
By Jim McBride ankle and knee ailments. High honor for coach Dinwdie 21 3­6 0­0 0­3
Davis ..... 17 4­6 2­2 6­10
Napier... 15 2­6 2­2 0­0
1
0
1
1 8
1 10
0 8
Tolliver . 28 3­5 2­3 1­6
Dieng..... 13 2­5 0­0 1­3
0
0
4 11
1 4
Carter ... 30 2­7 2­6 3­7 2 3 6
Payne.... 31 7­13 0­0 2­5 4 4 21
Totals .... 40­96 10­16 16­44 25 17 105
GLOBE STAFF Because the Patriots don’t play un- Bill Belichick reiterated he “was Faried...... 4 0­1 0­0 0­0 0 0 0
FG%: .417, FT%: .625. 3­pt. goals: 15­
LaVine... 36 10­22 11­12 1­4 5 5 32
Felicio ... 16 3­4 3­4 2­5 0 1 9
Pinson..... 4 0­0 0­0 0­0 1 0 0
FOXBOROUGH — The Patriots til Monday night, official injury re- honored” to do the voiceover on the Musa....... 4 1­2 0­0 0­0 0 0 2 30, .500 (Gibson 1­2, Butler 4­7, Towns Arcdcno 17 2­3 5­5 0­1 2 3 10
Parker... 31 3­7 5­5 0­9 4 0 11
Totals .... 38­87 12­15 8­44 23 16 102 1­5, Okogie 2­4, Teague 2­2, Rose 2­3,
were without Sony Michel and tight ports won’t be issued until Thursday. Fox preview video before Game 1 of FG%: .437, FT%: .800. 3­pt. goals: 14­ Jones 0­2, Tol