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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2012

VOL. 21 NO. 20




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BERLIN — Many residents in Berlin were surprised to learn they were under a boil water order on Thursday morning. The order was issued by the Berlin Water Works late on Wednesday, April 18. WMUR was notified Wednesday and had posted the information on their website by 9 p.m. Local news outlets, including this paper, were not notified until Thursday morning. Wal-Mart employees said they were experiencing steady sales of bottled water throughout the day on Thursday. The store had been

made aware of a potential increase in demand on Wednesday night after some workers saw the order posted on Facebook. According to a representative at the customer service desk, the store’s supply got low but was re-stocked by Thursday afternoon. Other businesses saw effects from the ban as well, with Dunkin’ Donuts remaining closed on Thursday and no coffee for sale at many local convenience stores. Restaurants along Main Street remained open. Some who were open took to Facebook to advertise, with Savoir Flare posting that they used bottled see BOIL page 5

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BERLIN– In response to the recent boil order for water of the Berlin Water Works water system, Androscoggin Valley Hospital has instituted a number of steps to help protect our patients, employees, volunteers and guests from the potential exposure to E. coli bacteria. All AVH staff were sent communication of the order the evening of Wednesday, April 18, shortly after a staff member was notified by the Berlin Water Works. Hundreds of gallons of bottled water were brought on-site. AVH has a one week supply of bottled water and has added supplementary capacity given the boil order. Numerous ice chests were purchased, as was a significant amount of ice not originating from Berlin. All ice machines, drinking fountains and basins within the hospital and its off-site locations within Berlin were disabled and clearly marked see AVH page 6

Car-Freshner employees saddened by plant closing BY BARBARA TETREAULT To celebrate Sr. Pauline Sauvageau’s 60 years of service to the Church, some 90 friends gave her a big surprise party Wednesday, including a beautifully decorated cake, created by Rachel Delisle, of Gorham. Admiring the cake with Sr. Pauline, who is third from the left, are, l to r: Sr. Anne Beausoleil; Sr. Suzanne “Sue” Bourret, the Provincial of Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Manchester; Sr. Pauline; and Sr. Helen of Notre Dame. With modest cheers, the assembled crowd welcomed the nuns as they led Sr. Pauline—all unsuspecting—into the back room of the Northland Dairy and surprised Sr. Pauline with a gathering of nothing but warm smiles and good wishes. Many of the welcomers are members of the Berlin Marie Rivier Association, which Sr. Pauline reawakened when she returned to Berlin in 1994, to serve again where in the late 1950s she taught English, Business Math, Religion and Driver’s Ed at Notre Dame High School. After leaving Berlin, she served in the Phillippines for 11 years, then returned to Woonsocket, R.I., to the convent of Our Lady of Victories, which closed in 1994, freeing Sr. Pauline to come back to Berlin to revive the Marie Rivier Association. Members of the Association are challenged to live their Christian vocation, deepen their faith by reading and praying the Word of God, and accept their apostolic task, being concerned with the poor and supporting with prayer and faith those who suffer, according to the Presentation of Mary website. They form a spritual bond without the reciprocal obligation of a legal, financial or canonical nature, according to the website. When Sr. Pauline is not working with the Marie Rivier Assocaition, she is visiting the sick at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital for Communion three days a week, or visiting the homebound to bring them Jesus and encouragement, according to Paul Croteau, of Berlin. “Her zeal knows no bounds,” writes Croteau. “She could keep an army in motion.” (GAIL SCOTT PHOTO)


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BERLIN – Employees of CarFreshner yesterday said they were broken-hearted over the closing of the local plant they viewed as more of a family than a business. “Car-Freshner is our home,” said Diane Duchesne, who said she is grieving over the company’s decision to close the Berlin plant and move its production to its other two manufacturing facilities. Duchesne said she had worked at the plant on Jericho Road since it opened in 1987 and will miss the see SADDENED page 13



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The Band’s Levon Helm dies at 71 (NY Times) — Levon Helm, who helped forge a deep-rooted American music as the drummer and singer for the Band, died on Thursday in Manhattan. He was 71 and lived in Woodstock, N.Y. His death, at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, was from complications of cancer, a spokeswoman for Vanguard Records said. He had recorded several albums for the label. In Helm’s drumming, muscle, swing, economy and finesse were inseparably merged. His voice held the bluesy, weathered and resilient essence of his Arkansas upbringing in the Mississippi Delta. Helm was the American linchpin of the otherwise Canadian group that became Bob Dylan’s backup band and then the Band. Its own songs, largely written by the Band’s guitarist, Jaime Robbie Robertson, and pianist, Richard Manuel, spring from roadhouse, church, backwoods, river and farm. After the Band broke up in 1976, Helm performed at every opportunity, working with a partly reunited Band and leading his own groups. He also acted in films, notably “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” In the 2000s he became a roots-music patriarch, turning his barn in Woodstock — which had been a recording studio since 1975 — into the home of down-home, concerts called Midnight Rambles, which led to tours and Grammy-winning albums.


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BEIRUT, Lebanon (NY Times) — The secretary general of the United Nations gave a dark appraisal of the Syria conflict on Thursday, accusing its government of failing to carry out nearly every element of the peace plan that took effect a week ago, obstructing work by an advance team of cease-fire monitors and doing nothing to alleviate an intensifying humanitarian crisis on the ground. The appraisal, made at the

United Nations by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, came as new pressure on the Syria government was looming from Paris, where Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, attending a meeting of the Friends of Syria coalition of countries seeking to aid the Syrian opposition, called for a new Security Council resolution to enforce sanctions on President Bashar al-Assad’s government. In her remarks, Clinton

acknowledged such a resolution was likely to be vetoed by Russia, a staunch supporter of Assad, but that even Russia had recognized “that we are not in a static situation but a deteriorating one.” She also hinted at a possible NATO role in the conflict because of Syrian shelling last week across the border into Turkey, a NATO member, where thousands of Syrian refugees and armed anti-Assad groups have sought sanctuary.

India, eye on China, tests missile with longer range NEW DELHI (NY Times) — India said Thursday that it had successfully launched a missile with nuclear capability and a range of 3,100 miles, giving it the ability to strike Beijing and Shanghai and heightening fears of an Asian arms race. With the launching of the missile, called the Agni 5, India joins a small group of countries with longrange nuclear missile capability, including China, Britain, France, Russia, Israel and the United States. Agni is the Hindi word for fire. The launching comes amid growing interna-

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tional apprehension about the militarization of Asia and a stepped-up strategic rivalry there between the United States and China. In March, Beijing announced a double-digit increase in military spending, and India recently became the world’s top arms buyer, displacing China, in part because China has increased it domestic production of weapons. And on Thursday, South Korea tested a missile capable of hitting anywhere in North Korea, less than a week after North Korea launched a rocket that failed minutes after takeoff.


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Radio personality fights to find transplant MANCHESTER — A man heard by thousands of Granite Staters every morning is in a battle for his life as he tries to raise awareness of the importance of organ donation. Andy Blacksmith brings a dose of humor to the airwaves as part of WHEB and Rock 101’s Morning Buzz team. But lately, some of the talk has become more serious. “You don’t really know it’s happening,” Blacksmith said. “You don’t really know you’re dying, really. It just happens so suddenly.” About two years ago, Blacksmith was having a tough time breathing and went to the doctor. He found out that some type of virus had attacked his heart, and the damage can’t be repaired. “Total shock,” he said. “I couldn’t believe it. I said to the doctor, ‘You mean to tell me with all the technology that’s available today, all the things you guys can do, especially with the heart, with my condition, the only option is a complete heart transplant?’” “Andy will die if he doesn’t get a

heart,” said Dr. Peter Dourdoufis of Atlantic Cardiology Associates. “There is no other real option for him.” Blacksmith’s cardiologist said the chance he will find a heart is slim, just 8 percent. His heart is failing fast. He has flatlined twice. “The morning after flatlining was a very difficult morning,” Blacksmith said. “I was really just thinking, ‘If I’m flatlining, then this is really just it. How much longer is it going to take before I’m gone completely and they really can’t bring me back?’” As Blacksmith’s name sits on a transplant list, he’s sharing his story in hopes of encouraging others to think about organ donation. “There is a tremendous shortage of transplants. A lot of people don’t make it waiting for one,” he said. “It’s an easy thing to do to make a huge difference in the lives of others.” The New England Organ Bank said 55 percent of Granite Staters are registered organ donors. Residents can sign up when they get or renew their driver’s licenses. —Courtesy of WMUR

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We need God’s law running this country To the editor: As a result of all the lies that we have to listen to stated by politicians, I am proposing that a bill should be introduced into the House of Representative’s in each state and in Washington that whenever a politician speaks he or she should have to swear on the “Bible” that they are telling the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help them God. Most of them are lawyers and never were forced to tell the truth their whole lives. Think of it, when lawyers are involved in a trial they aren’t sworn in to tell the truth. Now that I think of it, that should become a law too. We need more truthfulness in government and in this world, in general. Instead of the people that politicians represent paying for some politician’s lies, the politician or the lawyer should have

to pay the price for lying by being held accountable for what they say and face impeachment and disbarment for lying. This country isn’t doing a very good job of surviving amidst all the lies being told by politicians who feel it is the only way of getting their point across and persuading voters to vote for them. It would make them think about the truth of what they are saying and many would think they better tell the truth. Some might still lie but the truth would eventually be found out to the discreditation of the offender. Eventually, all the lying would fade away and the United states of America and the world would be better for it. God Bless America, we need His laws running this country. H. Raymond Losier Berlin

Berlin High School Backers thank you To the editor: The Berlin High School Backers thank the community for their support of their recent road toll. Funds from the road toll will be used to improve the training room at Berlin High School. High school athletes and students use this training room. The training room encour-

ages fitness and health for everyone at the high school. Through you generous donations the Backers exceeded their fundraising goal and will make a significant contribution to the training room improvement project. Thank you. Berlin High School Backers

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The college that I attended was a Presbyterian Church-related one – Maryville College, in Maryville, Tennessee. Most of the most important music that I sang there, therefore, was sacred music. But not all. Every other year, voice students in the college’s music program had an opportunity to take part in the department’s Opera Workshop productions. These were small scale oneact operas, involving only a few characters, simple costuming and staging, and requiring minimal rehearsal time. Of the three in which I was participated, I had the most fun with the role of the bumbling Dr. Pandolfo, in a classic three-character chamber opera called “La Serva Padrona (The Maid as Mistress), written by Giovanni Pergolesi (1710-1736.) The plot line is simple: the doctor’s maid sets out to trick her master into marrying her, which she is finally able to do. It’s fun for one and all, performers and audience alike. One of the doctor’s arias would have to be on my CD. Church and school music occupied my life for quite a number of years after I graduated from college. I met my wife through singing in a church choir. Another member of that choir sang Ralph Vaughn Williams’ “The Call” at our wedding, now nearly forty-nine years ago. “The Call” is a short piece, only two pages long. But it is rich with thought and meaning, and I have often sung it at church services myself. That piece would have to be on the CD, also. For a few years before moving up to Northern New Hampshire, I co-founded and was music director of a five-singer ensemble we called The Musikanters. Our programs consisted of simply staged solo pieces and ensemble numbers that always included a highly popular version of selections from Meredith Willson’s classic show “The Music Man.” There are two pieces from my Musikanter days that I would put on my CD. One would be the tongue-twisting “The Nightmare Song,” a classic patter piece from the Gilbert & Sullivan operetta “Iolanthe.” Mastering that rapid fire, word-challenging comic classic, and then being told by audiences that they understood every word, was a highlight I would not want to omit. The other song would be “With You,” from “Pippin,” a show by Stephen Schwartz that is sadly undervalued. There are some wonderful melodies and beautifully crafted lyrics to be found in its score. This song is one of them.

A number of years would pass before there would be more memorable moments to put on my biographical CD. While teaching in the Nashua Public Schools, I met and teamed up with a young soprano who introduced me to her voice teacher, Susie Kuzma. I began studying voice again with Susie, and the memorable moments of music began once more. Susie encouraged me to tryout for professional singing opportunities, and it did not take long before I was chosen to play the role of Honore Lachaille in a production of the classic Lerner & Loewe musical “Gigi.” Honore has a number of wonderful songs to sing in the show. My favorite is the delightful duet he sings with his old flame, Madame Alvarez. The song is “I Remember It Well.” That would definitely have to be on my CD. In 1997, came the highlight of my professional singing career. I was chosen to play the lead role of Norman Thayer in the premiere production of the musical version to Ernest Thompson’s much beloved play “On Golden Pond.” Called “Another Summer,” it has a score that I truly believe is undervalued. Perhaps it’s all too cerebral for most audiences. I do not know, but the show has never achieved the acclaim I believe it deserves. On my CD would have to be Norman’s final duet with his wife. Norman has just been felled by a heart attack and his wife quickly has him swallow one of the glycerin tablets that are always at the ready. He recovers, and when she starts to help him to his feet, he brushes back her hand and begins to sing “Let me stand as a man to the end of the dance.” That would make as perfect an ending piece as I could ever want for my CD. Before that ending piece, however, I would want to put two other pieces on that disc. One would be my most favorite love song of all – the Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein beautifully realized masterpiece “All the Things You Are.” The other would be my own one-man version of the Mitch Leigh/Joe Darion long-running Broadway smash “Man of La Mancha.” I put my version together a good many years ago and have used it in my cabaret show ever since. Some of you, I believe, have seen and heard me do it. I believe that that little production of mine sums up who I am and what has informed my life as well as anything I could put into words. (Ithaca Bound is the pen name of Dick Conway. His e-mail address is:

By Maureen Dowd The New York Times

Phony Mommy Wars Ann Romney is a good mom. She’s also a good pol. And though her people skills are far superior to Mitt’s, it turns out that Ann is just as capable as her husband of turning an advantage into a disadvantage. After the liberal strategist Hilary Rosen clumsily mocked Mitt Romney for relying on Ann to tell him what issues women care about when “his wife has actually never worked a day

in her life,” Ann smashed that lob back. Blasting out her first tweet, she said: “I made a choice to stay home and raise five boys. Believe me, it was hard work.” Shaken Democrats dived for cover and threw Rosen under the campaign bus. The media, worried about being perceived as favoring President Obama, jumped in on the side of the maligned Ann. see PHONY page 5

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the elderly. Symptoms can include diarrhea, cramps, nausea, and headaches. Anyone who experiences these symptoms should seek medical advice. Residents are advised to bring water to a boil and then boil for two minutes before letting it cool for use, or use bottled water. Pre-boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking brushing teeth, washing vegetables, food preparation, washing dishes, making infant formula and making ice. The order remain in effect until further notice. According to the posting released by the Water Works, “bacterial contamination can occur when increased runoff enters the drinking water source.” A break in the pipes or problem in the water treatment process can also cause bacterial contamination. Though Viens could not be reached on Thursday, the posting said the department planned to retest the water and anticipated resolving the issue within 48 hours.

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have a child 2 years of age, you need to go to work. And people said, well, that’s heartless. And I said, no, no, I’m willing to spend more giving day care to allow those parents to go back to work. It will cost the state more providing that day care, but I want the individuals to have the dignity of work.” So the dignity of work only applies to poor moms? This latest kerfuffle is piffle, but it is another instance of Republicans dragging women back to the past to re-litigate issues they thought were long settled. Just as women had assumed their contraception rights were safe, they had considered the tiresome debate about working moms versus stayat-home moms over. My mom stayed home to raise five kids, and she is my feminist role model. For the most part, nobody’s casting aspersions on anybody else’s choices, which are often driven by economics. Women have so many choices that they’re overwhelmed by the stress of so many choices. The real issue is whether Mitt, a tycoon who has been swathed in an old-fashioned cocoon, understands the plight of working mothers and the rights of 21st-century women. When the Romneys got married and moved to Boston in 1971 so Mitt could attend Harvard, they set up house in a suburb, befriended other young Mormon couples and kept to their cloistered, conservative, privileged, traditional, white, heterosexual circle. Campuses were roiling with change — feminism, civil rights, antiwar demonstrations — but the Romneys were not part of that. They were throwbacks. “The parental roles were clear,” Michael Kranish and Scott Helman write in “The Real Romney.” “Mitt would have the career, and Ann would run the house.” We will see if these affluent, soonto-be owners of a car elevator in La Jolla and members of the horsey set can relate to the economic problems of regular people. Given how secretive and shapeshifting Mitt Romney is, we’ll probably have to keep eavesdropping to find out.

water in their coffee machine and Tea Bird’s posting that they had boiled water in the morning and had coffee available as well. The water notice was posted on doors at area schools on Thursday morning, and at the White Mountains Community College water fountains in the hallways bore print outs from the news blurb posted on On the Berlin Daily Sun’s Facebook page, many readers questioned why the news had not been released to the public sooner. Water Works Superintendent Roland Viens could not be reached by phone on Thursday afternoon so a timeline or explanation of the process was not available by press time. Drinking water collected on April 16, tested positive for E. coli bacteria according to the notice sent out by Berlin Water Works. These bacteria can cause illness and are especially dangerous to those with weakened immune systems, infants, young children and

She pressed her advantage, scolding Rosen on Fox News. “She should have come to my house when those five boys were causing so much trouble,” Ann said. She alluded to her brave battles against breast cancer and multiple sclerosis: “Look, I know what it’s like to struggle.” But at a fund-raiser at a private home in Palm Beach, Fla., on Sunday, the night before her 63rd birthday, Ann made it clear that she wasn’t really aggrieved. She was feigning aggrievement to milk the moment. “It was my early birthday present for someone to be critical of me as a mother, and that was really a defining moment, and I loved it,” a gleeful Ann told the backyard full of Florida fat cats, sounding “like a political tactician,” as Garrett Haake, the NBC reporter on the scene, put it. It’s important when you act the martyr not to overplay your hand. If you admit out loud to a bunch of people — including Haake, who was on the sidewalk enterprisingly eavesdropping — that you’re just pretending to be offended, you risk looking phony, like your husband. (It also doesn’t fly to tell Diane Sawyer that your dog “loved” 12 hours in a crate on top of the car or that it’s “our turn” to be in the White House.) The candidate, meanwhile, continued to look phony by presenting a completely different side of himself to the wealthy Palm Beach donors who came in fancy cars to eat snapper and hear a snappier Mitt. Rather than making bland pronouncements or parsing patriotic songs, as he usually does, Mitt gave a more specific vision of a Romney White House, including the possible elimination of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which his dad once led, and vivisecting the Department of Education. He also talked about ways he might close tax loopholes for the affluent — another matter he hasn’t been too detailed about — to pay for his cuts in tax rates. Mitt offered a different view of the value of working parents in January when he talked about how he changed welfare rules as governor of Massachusetts: “I said, for instance, that even if you

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not for use. All patient pitchers, cups, and ancillary items which may have come into contact with water from the public water system were removed and replaced with new, pre-packaged inventory. The AVH Food Services Department was alerted and has been preparing food with properly boiled water and/or bottled water. Employees, volunteers, visitors and staff of the hospital are encouraged to utilize the alcoholbased hand sanitizer located in dispensers throughout its patient rooms, exam rooms, waiting rooms and other public areas. Although the city-wide boil order may be lifted as early as Saturday, AVH has made initial preparations to accommodate an order lasting through Monday. Bottled water usage is being monitored not only within the Hospital, but also at the AVH Professional Center and AVH Home Health and Hospice offices, to ensure that a proper supply exists. All ice machines and sources of water will be properly sanitized following the order’s conclusion. During the boil order, Berlin residents are encouraged to boil their water for at least two minutes and

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Bertin Concrete and Construction

Bertin Concrete and Construction has been in business for 38 years. They started their business in 1974 and have done commercial work as well as residential buildings. Bertin Concrete and Construction can handle any phase of home construction, excavating, foundations, walls, slabs, new home construction, additions, garages as well as repairs. They have actually poured foundations under existing houses. In the years of business they have done specialty work such as stamped concrete, a walkway or patio with a cobblestone look. They have also

poured concrete driveways. Some of the commercial businesses they have done work for are: Isaacson Structural Steel, Berlin City Ford, Wildcat and the Post Office in Colebrook. Their motto is to perform the highest quality construction at today’s best prices. To be responsive to customer needs and provide the best solutions in a timely manner. Bertin Concrete and Construction is owned by Bob Bertin of 110 Jasper Street, Berlin, their phone number is 603-752-3605 or 603723-7204.


Spring is on the way and we all think about Home Improvement when the sun shines! Come in and check out the many items we have to make your home improvement project the most UNIQUE project EVER!

We have furniture, tools, garden items, house hold items and home decorations! You will be surprised with every trip to the MARKET PLACE AT 101 and remember, new items arriving daily!

North Country Lock & Key

North Country Lock & Key offers locksmith services to homeowners and businesses throughout Coos county. Is your home or business ADA compliant with lever handles on all doors? Would you like to have only one key for your

home or business? Is your master key system outdated? Would you like to have a video surveillance system that you can monitor remotely on your computer, iphone or ipad? Contact us today for a free quote.

Lorette’s Craft Shop This year is my 40th year in business and a big thank you to all my customers. If you need sharpening we do knives, scissors, lawnmower blades, circular saws and much more. I have flowers, yarns, lace ribbons,

beads, wire clock movements, metal and plastic rings, plastic canvas, magnets, straw hats, styrofoam balls and sheets. My hours are Wed., Thurs., Friday 10-4. If you can’t come at these times call 752-2293.

White Mountain Lumber White Mountain Lumber is the Home for Craftsman Tools. White Mountain Lumber and Ace Hardware are proud to bring the number one tool line in the country to Berlin. Craftsman’s full line of hand and power tools are now available in single pieces and full sets at your local ACE Hardware store. In addition, you can find the Die Hard

brand of battery chargers, jumper cables and booster packs along with air tools. White Mountain Lumber has take this time to expand other departments within the store to help home improvement professionals and homeowners complete their projects more efficiently. Stop in a visit them at 30 East Milan Road, or call 603752-1000.

Classic Coverings Spring is here…time to renew with Classic Coverings. Spring is the only season that brings the feeling of freshness that can be invigorating and therapeutic. With this in mind, now take a fresh look at what you can do inside your home to equal that excitement. I work closely with my customers to pick the right colors and/or wall coverings. Besides

providing traditional and custom painting techniques, I also do wallpaper removal and installation. References are available from residential, commercial and municipal clients. Thank you for your consideration and enjoy the season. Claudette Paulin Eames Classic Coverings (603) 723-9592 or

Gorham House Florist

Let the sunshine.....Let the Sunshine in!!! at Gorham House Florist. Spruce up that favorite floral centerpiece or wall hanging. Add a plant, live or artificial. Bring down that old milk jug, vase, wooden box...we’ll custom design it for you. Country floral and berry garlands and wreaths. Designs for all styles and tastes. I make house calls...

for custom design work. A new line of flowers and containers arriving daily. A full service flower shop and wayyyyyyyy more! If you haven’t been to Gorham House Florist in the last 10 minutes... You haven’t been to Gorham House Florist! You can find us at 10 Exchange Street Gorham, NH Call 466--5588 or stop in for a touch of spring sunshine.

Gosselin’s Hot Tub/Spas Hot Tubs - Spas - Pool Supplies Chemicals - Saunas - Whirlpool Baths - Pools. The Gosselin’s have 27 years of experience in the pool and spa industry. Roland and Ann have managed their BioGuard Authorized Dealer Pool & Spa Care Center for 27 years. Gosselin’s Hot Tubs/Spas/Pools’ staff can perform free, on the spot computerized water analysis for customers,

and the store provides a complete line of pool and spa maintenance and specialty products. Gosselin’s also carries a line of Bean Pod and Bridgewater soy candles, gourmet salsas and BBQ sauce and also Big Green egg BBQ grill and smoker. The latest addition to Gosselin’s is Annalee Collectible dolls. Gosselin’s Hot Tubs/Spas 122 Wight Street, Berlin, 603-752-4209.

Daniels Landscaping, LLC


For all your landscaping and light excavation needs.

We Now Carry Porter Cable Tools! 38 Glen Ave., Berlin•752-1449

Spring Clean-up Specials and Estimates Bobcat Sweeping – Parking lots or driveways, etc. Light Trucking Needs – Loam, Mulch, Stone, Gravel, etc. Professional Building or Repairing of lawns. We are from excavation to finish. Also Rolled-out turf specialists. Plus – Timber walls, Allen Block Walls, Fencing, Ledge Pack Driveways, etc. and Light Tree & Brush Removal

Call Kevin C. Daniels 466-5709 or Cell: 723-3838 • Fully Insured

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Ed’s Artworks & E&S Rental

Ed’s Artworks is located in E&S Rental at 29 Bridge St, in Berlin. Ed’s Artworks offers some very unique gift ideas as he now offers personalization on almost anything. Bring in a wine bottle and have it engraved with names and dates to commemorate any occasion. How about having a wedding announcements (or any invitation or announcement) engraved in glass to frame and mount on the wall. The shop also stocks personalizable covered 9x12 baking pans in your choice of blue, green or red. Also available is custom design engraving on gunstocks which can turn your hunting rifle or shotgun into a one of a kind heirloom. Add a design to jewelry boxes, cabinet doors, and even dresser draw-

ers. Your kitchen cabinets can be turned into show pieces by adding custom stained glass panel inserts, or perhaps a special stained glass window panel. E&S is still your headquarters for servicing most brands of snowblowers, lawnmowers and space heaters, servicing the Berlin area for over 35 years! Trained in servicing Toro, Briggs and Stratton, Tecumseh, MTD, and Desa (Reddy) Heaters, Ed Solar, owner and head mechanic, is recognized by Briggs and Stratton as a Master Service Technician. This title recognizes technicians nationwide who have shown excellence in diagnostics and repairs. The shop is currently open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

39 Union St., Berlin, NH 03570 • 752-1500 • 1-800-439-1508

Come and Explore our Newly Remodeled Millwork Showroom! Get inspired by our displays and let us help you plan your next project. Visit us at

Mountain Dove Cleaning Company

Residential and commercial; Mike Fodor, 752-8180. Hello to all! We are once again getting back into to the residential side of cleaning industry. We are offering the following; Carpet cleaning/ upholstery cleaning/carpeted stair-cases and scatter rug cleaning and deodorization! We are also offering hard floor

care and cleaning! Our hard floor care and cleaning includes the following: stripping and waxing/ machine washing and waxing of kitchen linoleum floors (wax or no-way floors and VCT Tile floors) along with tile and grouted floor care. Call our office today for an appointment 752-8180.

Roger Villeneuve Heating Oil Roger Villeneuve Heating Oil opened his business on May 1, 2007 and has been servicing since 1984. He delivers quality products and service quickly and courteously. Villeneuve specializes in heating oil delivery, furnace repairs, installation, tank installation and spill

North Country Flea Market and GUN SHOP Blue Glass, Tapes, Guns & Ammo, Signs, Household Goods & Novelty Items 161 Main Street, Gorham, NH • 603-466-1140

clean-ups. They have the lowest cash prices and his service technicians are available 24/7. Roger Villeneuve Heating Oil is located on 10 Unity Street in Berlin. HIs hours are Monday through Fridays, 8-4 p.m. Roger would like to thank all his present and future customers.




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Tech Pros Onsite Computer Sales and Service Established in 2009, We Offer Onsite Computer Repair; Networking; Instock Computer Accessories-Wireless Routers, Mice, Video Cards, Etc.; Upgrades; Professional WebSite Development (Professional Sites at Amateur Prices!); Secure Wireless Setup; Consulting Before and After Buying of a New Computer or Laptop; Virus Removal & Prevention; Richard Mattos (Owner) Formerly employed

by Microsoft and over 18 years of experience. We are a fully licensed and certified computer chop located in Berlin, NH, providing onsite service to all of New Hampshire and parts of Maine. Member of the Androscoggin chamber of commerce. Don’t go with Amateurs Go with the Pros! 7230918.




General Contractor Excavation • Construction • Replacement Foundations Foundations • Slabs • Walls • Concrete Driveways Siding • Additions • Home Repairs • Garages Robert Bertin, 603-752-3605, 110 Jasper St., Berlin, N.h. 03570 For All Your Home Needs

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Daniel’s Landscaping Daniels Landscaping has been in the landscaping business for the last six years. Kevin Daniels is a native of Gorham and has always loved the outdoors and wanted to pursue a career in it. Daniels specializes in commercial as well as residential properties. Right now they are into spring clean up and offering special pricing. They can

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come to your property and rake the lawns, pull the weeds, trim your trees and even sweep your driveways and take all the debris away. They are now scheduling parking lot sweeping with their Bobcat sweeper. For all your landscaping and light excavation needs call Daniels Landscaping for a free estimate at 466-5709 or 723-3838. They are fully insured.


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Let us help you redo and redecorate. Custom designs to match your home decor. Working with you is what we love to do.

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Brick & stone, chimneys and all facets of masonry, as well as dog walking, horticulture, window washing, piano lessons, wall papering and Swiss watch repair.


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Andover Masonry From an elaborate stone fireplace and chimney for a custom built vacation home to a few loose bricks on the front steps, Andover Masonry, Inc. prides itself on providing customers with prompt, efficient service and quality work. The father/son team of Adam and Lance Stickney are pleased to

expand their services into Northern New Hampshire. The duo descends from a long line of craftsmen dating back to the 1800s, Adam being the sixth generation of masons in the family. Call 207-392-2100 or e-mail address is

Alan Peabody, Bricklayer/stone mason, All aspects of masonry including chimneys, brick and stone veneer, walkways, interior and exterior fireplaces and hearths all done with a bent towards creativity.Call 466-2595 or 7235866. I’ve been a mason my entire working adult

life. In other words, I’ve been around the block a time or two. It hasn’t been all peaches and cream, but I’ve been fortunate to be part of some very interesting, creative work, much of it here in our isolated, sheltered valley. It may have been hard work, but it was done with pride.

David L. Mountain

David L. Mountains, 156 Main Street in downtown Berlin, has made lots of changes in the past couple of years. So, with Spring here, don’t forget your Yankee Candles and Reeds and plug-ins in all wonderful scents. Remember we are the largest distributor north of the notch. Also, we’ve added woman’s cloth-

ing in sizes small, medium, large and x-large, 1X, 2X, 3X lots to see and beautiful colors. Plus D.M.C. floss and new stamped cross stitch kits, jewelry. also, don’t forget our art dept. and framing, plus more. Our hours are Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Hope to see you soon!

iPod Fix It

Repairing your electronic gadget is a lot cheaper than buying new. We specialize in Apple products from iPods, iPhones, and iPads, to Apple laptops and desktops. That’s not all we do, we also repair PSP, PS3, Wii and the XBOX. eReaders like Nook and Kindle too. If it’s not listed just ask as I’m always up for a challenge! We not only do repairs, we also teach about the Mac OS and can do so in your home. Call us at 603-752-9838 or visit our website www. Mention the Daily Sun and get a free estimate ($20 value) on any iPod, iPhone or iPad.

Genesys Computer Services

Does your computer need a spring cleaning and tuneup? Genesys Computer Services offers Business and Residential computer repairs, upgrades, virus/malware removal, wireless network installation, remote services, training, and more. Local owner/operator Elvis Houle has been providing trustworthy computer and networking services to northern New Hampshire for the past 15 years Call 603-752-8159 or e-mail


White Mountain Lumber has always been a place you can find some of the best craftsmen in the Androscoggin Valley. People that work with wood know where to shop. Now Ace Hardware and White Mountain Lumber are proud to bring CRAFTSMAN tools to Berlin. The Number One tool line in the country is now available in our store. From socket wrenches to screwdrivers, Allen wrenches to pliers, combination wrenches to torque wrenches, all with Craftsman’s

Lifetime Warranty. We have single items to full sets, and don’t forget all the air tools and power tools you’ll ever need along with tool boxes to put everything into. Die Hard brand jumper cable, battery charges and booster packs all under one roof and conveniently located. So the next time you find yourself in need of a new tool or accessory, stop by White Mountain Lumber for the Number One tool line in the Country. CRAFTSMAN

Kelley’s Auto Parts 123 Glen Ave., Berlin • 752-4405

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North Country Flea Market & Gun Shop

The North Country Flea Market & Gun Shop is located besides SEars. We are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tues-

day thru Sunday. Our Flea Market is stocked with quality merchandise both new and slightly used. We carry

household items, collectibles, games, game players, DVD movies, music CD’s, signs and glassware. WE even have a few 8 tracks and cassette tapes, our vendors carry a wide variety of merchandise. They are continually adding new items on daily basis. You never know what you may find in our store as we are always adding new items. All at tremendous saving to our customers. Our Gun Shop is located inside the flea market and carries a wide variety of rifles, shotguns and handguns. We also can order that special handgun or rifle that you have always wanted. We also carry pepper sprays, gun cases, ammo, scopes and other self defense items all priced

to move.

We would like to thank all our customers who have helped to make all our store a success and look forward to meeting new ones in the future. Give us a call anytime at 603-466-1140 for more info.

TM Handyman Services, L.L.C. Spring is here! It is time to look around the house at those projects that need to be done now that the temperatures have gone up and the snow is gone! My life’s work is to help people. I have worn many hats over the years. I bring the patience, attention to detail, and professionalism associated with different industries to this business. I specialize in Custom Carpentry. I have experience in all types of remodeling, from drywall to decking. I can take down a wall or build one! I have spent many years assisting others remodeling houses. I seek the lowest cost to every issue in your home. There is no job that is too small! Call me at (603) 723-3079 to make an appointment.

Roger Villeneuve’s Heating Oil Located at the Eastern Depot • 24 Hour Service 752-5100 • 449-7324 • 723-5171

164 Main St. Berlin, NH 752-1800 Did you know that burning 100% All Natural Soy Candles will improve the Air Quality in your Home? We now sell 100% All Natural Soy Candles only $14.99 each, or include it in any arrangement starting at $35.00 each, that’s right you can have an arrangement on top of your candle! Stop by and check out what we have to offer…. New Items Arriving Daily

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sense of family that existed among the employees. “We all helped each other through a lot of things in our lives,” she said. All but about eight of the approximately 50 people employed at the plant were women and most had worked there over a decade. While worried about future employment, Duchesne said for many workers the initial response is a sense of loss. “We’re thinking about how we’re never going to see each other,” she said. “I’m heart-broken.” While disappointed about the closing of the plant, Duchesne and plant manager Steve Dion said they had enjoyed working for Car-Freshner. “They were a great company to work for,” said Dion. The employees said Car-Freshner provided generous benefits especially health insurance and were responsive to employee needs. The company was also described as a good corporate citizen that avoided publicity for its acts of charity. “They donated to a lot of local events and nobody ever knew,” said Dion. Dion pointed out the company has offered jobs and relocation assistance to employees willing to move to its other plants in Watertown, N.Y. and DeWitt, Iowa. Those who chose not to move will be given a severance package that includes six months of pay and health insurance coverage as well as any unused vacation and sick pay. Mark Belanger, local office manager for N.H. Employment Security, called the severance package the most generous he has seen in his tenure in the North Country. Dion said some employees were upset at Car-Freshner’s handling of the closing. Employees, including Dion, were told of the company’s decision at a meeting Tuesday morning and then escorted out of the building after collecting their belongings. He said the company felt it had to protect its assets. In a press release issued Tuesday, Car-Freshner

said increased fuel and transportation costs made it no longer viable to ship product in and out of Berlin. “It just didn’t make sense economically,” said Dion, noting Car-Freshner reports demand for its Little Tree car fresheners is strong. Overall, the company said it does not expect any net job losses from the closing. The state’s Rapid Response team held an informational meeting for the employees Thursday morning at White Mountains Community College that drew a majority of the workers. NH DRED Regional Resource Specialist Beno Lamontagne said he was pleased at the turnout and said he felt a lot of information was provided. Representatives of N.H. Employment Security, N.H. Vocational-Rehabilitation, White Mountains Community College, N.H. Health and Human Services, AHEAD, Workforce Investment Act, and U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen spoke about the various benefits and services their agencies can provide. Lamontagne pledged the state will help the workers any way it can. Belanger said he is encouraging the employees to begin job-hunting immediately and not wait until their benefits expire. Once their severance benefits expire, Belanger said the employees will be eligible for 26 weeks of unemployment benefits. He said seasonal or part-time employment will help extend benefits. Belanger said the longer the employees are unemployed, statistics show the less competitive they become in the job market. He said his office will host workshops on writing resumes and interview skills to help the employees bush up on their job search skills. For companies and businesses considering expanding or starting a new facility, Belanger said the North Country has a lot to offer. He said there is a dedicated work force available with a tremendous work ethic. Since the beginning of the year, over 170 skilled workers have been laid between Isaacson Structural Steel and Car-Freshner. There are also a host of incentives such as the Coos County tax credit, N.H. Job Training Funds, and the Workforce Opportunity Tax Credit that are available to potential companies.


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order against William Litvin, 54, of Berlin, was dismissed. Nathan Delisle, 21, of Berlin, was fined $50 for speeding. Charges of reckless operation against Delisle were dropped. Brandon Bisson, 36, of Berlin, was fined $100 for operating without a valid license. Shanna Valliere, 43, of Berlin, was found guilty of resisting arrest and sentenced to 90 days in jail, all suspended for one year on the condition of good behavior and continued counseling. A charge of violating a protective order against Valliere was placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of good behavior. Craig Villenueve, 20, of Berlin, was fined $600 for unlawful possession of alcohol. Chelsea Anderson, 19, of Gorham, was fined $600 for unlawful possession of alcohol. A charge of possession of a controlled drug against Anderson was placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of good behavior. Sara Coulombe, 29, of Berlin, was fined $250 for driving after revocation or suspension. Devin Smith, 17, of Berlin, was fined $300 for unlawful possession of alcohol. Two charges of criminal mischief against Smith were placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of good behavior. He was ordered to perform 20 hours of community service on each charge and pay restitution of $356.13 to Tea Birds and $100 to the Berlin Main Street Program. A charge of reckless conduct against Timothy Donovan, 29, of Berlin, was dismissed. Mary Winslow, 53, of Berlin was found guilty of falsifying physical evidence. She was fined $500 with $250 suspended and sentenced to 30 days in jail, all suspended for one year on the condition of good behavior. A charge of theft against Winslow was dropped. A charge of burglary against Matthew Lavoie, 47, of Berlin, was dropped. Robin Hood, 51, of Gorham, was fined $250 for driving after revocation or suspension. She was also found guilty of simple assault and fined $100.

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A charge of driving on a suspended registration against Tammy McManus, 37, of Berlin, was placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of one year good behavior and no major motor vehicle violations. A charge of driving after revocation or suspension against Spencer Maurais, 17, of Gorham, was placed on file without finding for six months on the condition of good behavior and no major motor vehicle violations. William Grondin, 59, of Gorham, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated. He was fined $500 and his license was revoked for nine months, with the potential of reinstatement in 90 days if he completes an impaired driver intervention program (IDIP) within 45 days. Matthew Lavoie, 47, of Berlin, was found guilty of theft. He was sentenced to six months in jail, with all but two weeks suspended. He was also placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay restitution of $50 to the Spartan Weightlifting Club. Three charges of driving while intoxicated against Gustav Owen, 26, of Bartlett, were dropped. Owen was fined $750 for reckless driving and his license was revoked for nine months. Russell Bedard, 51, of Berlin, was found guilty of breach of bail and sentenced to 15 days in jail. A charge of violating a protective order against Bedard was placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of good behavior. Ariel Alger, 21, of Berlin, was fined $500 for reckless driving. Her license was revoked for 60 days. She was also found guilty of resisting arrest or detention and sentenced to 90 days in jail, all suspended for one year on the condition of good behavior. Charges of transporting alcohol, possession of drugs in a motor vehicle, criminal trespass and contempt of bail against David Mulinski, 39, of Berlin, were dropped. Mulinski was found guilty of possession of a controlled drug and fined $350. A charge of breach of bail was placed on file without finding for one year on the condition of good behavior. A charge of violating a protective



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Berlin Police responded to more than 300 calls for service between April 12 and April 16. Among them were: Thursday, April 12 12:09 p.m. An accident involving a pedestrian was reported on Pleasant Street at the intersection of Mason Street. A vehicle turning left onto Pleasant Street stopped short to avoid hitting a pedestrian, but the 78 year old woman who was crossing the street, lost her balance and fell, striking her head on the vehicle as she went down. The pedestrian was transported to Androscoggin Valley Hospital for treatment. 5 p.m. Nicholas Cordwell, 20, of Milan, was issued a citation for non-inspection. 9:09 p.m. Three juveniles were found vandalizing planters on Main Street. Police returned the youths to their parents. 10:53 p.m. A case of shoplifting was reported at the Circle K on Glen Avenue. Friday, April 13 12:40 a.m. Steven Gallant, 37, of Berlin, was arrested and charged with operating after revocation or suspension. He was released on a summons to appear in court on May 16. 1:38 a.m. Hope Lemelin, 21, of Berlin, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and possession of controlled narcotic drugs. She was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court on June 12. 4:45 p.m. Katelyn Couture, 18, of Berlin, was issued a summons to appear in court on May 8 for a charge of youth access to tobacco. 7:24 p.m. Steven Laflamme, 44, of Milan, was arrested and charged with violating a protective order. He was held pending an April 16 bail hearing. 8:33 p.m. Police received a report of vandalism on Main Street. A caller reported juveniles were breaking lights. Saturday, April 14 12:29 p.m. A gas drive off was reported at the Circle K on Glen Avenue. 4:56 p.m. Lance Lalumiere, 46, of Berlin, was issued a citation for speed. Sunday, April 15 12:21 a.m. Randy Baillargeon, 28, of Berlin, was issued a citation for open container. 9:18 a.m. John Corrivaeau, 67, of Manchester, was issued a citation for speed.

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The Milan School Board would like to invite any Milan Resident, eighteen years or older, to submit a letter of interest to serve on a study committee to review and make recommendations regarding the conversion of the Milan Village School from a Prekindergarten to Grade Six configuration to a Prekindergarten to Grade Eight configuration. Applicants chosen will serve on this committee with a Milan School Board Member, a Milan Selectmen and seven community members. The committee will review the current grade level configuration and make recommendations to the citizenry for possible changes, if any. The volunteers will be objective in their efforts, and must commit to serve from May or June 2012 until March 2013. Deadline for the submission of letters of interest is 4:00pm, Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Volunteers will be randomly chosen from the pool of applicants at the Milan School Board Meeting to be held that evening. Please submit your letter of interest to Paul Bousquet, Superintendent, Milan School District, 123 Main Street Gorham, NH 03581. Please call 466-3632 if you have any questions.


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By Holiday Mathis You have great empathy for another person’s plight. Your high level of emotional intelligence allows you to somehow understand even though you don’t have personal experience with the matter. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Thinking that you are supposed to know something will keep you from asking the questions that will lead you to really know it. If you dare to speak up, you’ll find that you’re not the only one in the room who’s in the dark. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You’ll be attuned to the sighs of the world. Sometimes sighing is an expression of letting go, and other times sighing says, “Look at me. I’m in psychic pain or longing or some other state of needing what I don’t have.” AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). People think they know you, but they really shouldn’t assume. You’re far too deep and complicated to be summed up with stereotypes or understood by type. Assert your originality, and show them all. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” Spoken like a true Pisces, these words by Albert Einstein may help you with your spiritual accounting today. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (April 20). This year you’ll put yourself out there in a bigger way. Somebody is looking for the qualities you embody, and you’ll be sought after in the weeks to come. There’s a promotion in May. In June, you express yourself beautifully, and life conforms to your specifications. You’ll replace a vice with something positive in August. Cancer and Scorpio people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 19, 26, 8 and 45.

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ARIES (March 21-April 19). Some people consider the colloquial “whatever” to be a curse word. It’s certainly an expression to avoid today, especially in regard to relationships that are already in a precarious place. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ll have many blessings to count, and even better than that is the fact that these seem to be the blessings you most need. You’ll use your resources to serve and support the people you hold dear. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Clinging to old emotional patterns is not your style. You’ll hold your inner life up to examination. You’ll determine the patterns that need to be broken and put an end to them. Scorpio helps. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’re up on the latest news, and you’re ready to participate and do what’s expected of you. That’s not to say that any of it makes you happy, as you are plugged into an artistic, objective and non-conformist vibration now. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). There’s something you really want to do, but your progress is excruciatingly slow. This is all the more reason why you should celebrate every move you make toward your goal as a small victory. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your latest interest is in something your friends and colleagues find unfamiliar. Go forward anyway; you’ll be a trailblazer. Your sophisticated taste will catapult everyone into the future eventually. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There are times when the ethereal world seems more real than the so-called real world, and indeed it may be so, especially when the moon is in dreamy Pisces. After all, most things that exist started out as mere imaginings. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21).

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––––––––––––––––– DAILY CALENDAR ––––––––––––––––– Friday, April 20 Spaghetti Supper: To benefit Shane Warren for his trip to Finland. Berlin VFW, 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets sold at the door, as well as 50/50 ticket raffle. Tickets are $8 for adults (16 plus), $5 dollars for children. All support is greatly appreciated. Sunday, April 22 Funky Spring Dance Chem-free: 7 to 11 p.m., Funky Red Barn, 19 Summer St., Bethel Me. For grades 9-12. Cost $50 at door. DJ. raffles, open pool table, refreshments on sale. Mango Groove Steel Drum Band: takes the stage St. Kieran Arts Center, 155 Emery St., Berlin, 2 p.m. Calypso, Reggae, Jazz, Motown, and more, on hand-made instruments. Admission $12 adults, $6 for students or by season ticket. 752-1028. Tuesday, May 1 Kindergarten Information Night: 6 p.m., Brown School Kindergarten staff and principal for Kindergarten information night. This is a time to have all of your questions answered in order to prepare your child for their upcoming Kindergarten experience. Childcare available, RSVP at Saturday, May 5 Jefferson Fireman’s Association’s annual Soup, Chowder and Chili Cook Of: Jefferson Fire Station, 5 to 7 p.m. The cook off is open to all cooks from beginners to professional. We welcome business to enter their specialties. FMI contact any member of the Jefferson Fire Department or Bill Jones 603-837-2264 or wwj545@


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House (In Stereo) Å



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Flea Mar



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Ghost Adventures

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The Dead Files Special Ghost Adventures



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Tough Love





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The Soup

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Deadliest Catch Å


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Hunt Intl

Hunt Intl

North Woods Law Locked up: Popped “Alien vs. Predator”

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Movie: ›› “Winter a Go-Go” (1965) Howcast


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––––––––––––––– ONGOING CALENDAR –––––––––––––– Friday FreeCommunity Dinner and Common Grounds Cafe: every Friday nigh, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Riverside Assembly of God, Main Street in Gorham. Dinner, coffee, juice and snacks are provided. Everyone welcome and everything is free. In-Home Toenail Care: City of Berlin Home Health, located at city hall for over 70 years, offering toenail care in the home. Trimming and filing. Call for appointment 752-1272. Fee $18. Holiday Center Activities: 27 Green Square, Berlin. Breakfast served 8:-10 a.m.; cards 1-3:30 p.m. FMI 752-1413. Cholesterol Clinic: Monday through Friday, Berlin Health Dept., city hall. By appointment only, Call 752-1272. All area residents welcome. Fee $15. AA Meeting: Discussion Meeting, St. Barnabas Church, 2 High St., Berlin. Discussion Meeting, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Weekly “Luck of the Draw” Cribbage Tournament. Gorham American Legion, 6 Androscoggin St., Gorham, $5pp: registration 5:15 to 5:45; play starts 6 p.m. Call Legion for more info 466-2433. Bingo: St. Anne Hall, 5:30 p.m. Sponsored by Theatre North. Senior Meals: Guardian Angel School, noon. Suggested donations for 60 and over $3; under 60 $6. All are welcome. (FMI 752-2545) Berlin Area Head Start Accepting Applications: For children between the ages of 3-5 years old. This is an income eligible program. Call 752-5464 to schedule an appointment to enroll your child. Gorham Public Library: Open M-F: 10am6pm, Saturdays: 10am-Noon. Story Time is 1:30 p.m. every Friday View On-line Catalog at https:// FMI call 466-2525 or email Men’s Breakfast Meeting, Congregational/UCC in Gorham on Main Street. Meeting held the second Friday of each month at 7 a.m. Artisan Gift Shop: 961 Main St., Berlin. Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Foot Care Clinics: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Friday at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital Home Health and Hospice Department. For an appointment, call 326-5870. Serenity Steps Peer Support Center: 567 Main St. Berlin, Providing peer support services to local area residents challenged by emotional or mental difficulties. Open Monday through Wednesday 11-4; Thursday and Friday 11-7 p.m. FMI 7528111. Salvation Army: Music Arts — drama/singing company/sacred dance/timbrels (for all ages), 3 to 4:30 p.m. Dinner — 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Jr. Soldiers/ Jr. Soldiers Prep/Corps Cadets — 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Youth Horizons: (ages 13 and up), 7 to 9 p.m., 15 Cole St., Berlin. (FMI 752-1644) Coos County Adult Learner Services: Offers free, confidential, one-to-one instruction in basic reading, writing, math, English for speakers of other languages and preparation for high school equivalency exam (GED). Available Monday through Friday at 166 Main St., Berlin. To schedule an appointment, call 752-1927 or 1-800-268-5437. Berlin and Coos County Historic Society Moffett House Museum: Open five days, Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Can also be opened by appointment. Call 752-4590. Available are historical documents, school yearbooks, Berlin/ Gorham directories, annual city reports, city and county reports, Brown Bulletins, old books, artifacts and more. Also accepting artifacts. Saturday Narcotics Anonymous: 10:30 a.m., Tea Birds Cafe, second floor conference room. NC Big Book Step Study: AA meeting, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Tea Birds Restaurant conference room, 151 Main St., Berlin. Shelburne Library Schedule: Thursday - 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Saturdays - 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Dummer Library Story Hour: First Saturday of the month at 11 a.m. (FMI 449-0995; E-mail: dpl@ Genealogy Library: First Saturday of every month, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Gorham Hill Road, Randolph.

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For Rent by Abigail Van Buren


DEAR ABBY: My two children were in a terrible car accident and were both airlifted to a children’s hospital. My son was released two weeks later, but my daughter is still there, suffering from traumatic brain injury. Abby, I was driving the car. Why can’t my daughter have the life I took away from her? Why is she being punished and not me? -- ANGUISHED MOTHER DEAR ANGUISHED: You’re asking a question that philosophers have pondered for centuries -- why bad things happen to good people. In many cases the answer is simply “fate.” While you feel your daughter is being punished instead of you, I say the guilt you’re carrying IS punishment and it is not healthy for you or your child. Please don’t waste time flogging yourself, because your daughter needs you. Counseling may help you to come to terms with what happened. I hope you’ll consider it, as you will need every ounce of strength you can muster to help her in the months ahead. DEAR ABBY: I’m 16 and well below the average height for females. It bothers me a lot. I’m treated like a 5-year-old. I get picked up all the time, and it’s awkward talking to people because they look straight down at me -- and they never let me forget it. I try to act cool about it, but honestly, I’m losing sleep over it. I’m really self-conscious, and when I get upset people just laugh at me and say I’m “cute.” What should I do? -LOOKED DOWN UPON IN NEW JERSEY DEAR LOOKED DOWN UPON: No one has the right to pick you up or touch you in a familiar way without your permission. If this is happening at school, tell the principal about it because it could be classified as a form of bullying. It will then become the school administrator’s job to make clear

to your classmates that their behavior is not appropriate. If it’s happening outside of school, your parents should be told so they can help you put an end to it. P.S. If you work to develop your mind, you can accomplish what many short people have done -- compensate by becoming a mental giant. Do that, and you’ll become a role model that people of every size will look up to. DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend and I are in a serious relationship. Not long ago we got on the topic of marriage and what we are looking for. He comes from a religious family and I do not. His mother says if we don’t get married in a church with a religious ceremony, she won’t consider me her daughter-inlaw and we won’t be a married couple. I want a civil ceremony, something outside and casual. Thankfully, my boyfriend agrees with me. We’re just not sure how to deal with his mom and her point of view. What should we do? -- LOOKING TO THE FUTURE IN NEW YORK DEAR LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: What you should do depends upon to what degree you want to placate his mother. Having the casual ceremony you want in the setting of your choosing, and afterward having your union blessed in a clergyperson’s study, might be a workable compromise. DEAR ABBY: What is a polite way to say: “My husband is NOT a bum; he’s a hardworking, stay-at-home dad until he can find a job that offers not only benefits, but also enough extra money to afford child care, and it’s none of your business”? -- I BRING IN THE DOUGH, HE BAKES DEAR BAKER’S WIFE: Don’t get angry. Tell the person, “My husband is a very hard worker. His JOB took a vacation.”

Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at: Dear Abby, c/o The Conway Daily Sun, PO Box 1940, North Conway, NH 03860


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Antiques ANTIQUES, glass, furniture, & collectibles of all kinds wanted by Bob Gauthier, 449-2542. Specializing in Estate and Business liquidation. Bonded.

Autos 1993 Cadillac STS Sedan. 107k, heated leather seats, power moonroof, just inspected. Very good condition. $4900. (603)252-1883.

Autos Paying Cash for your unwanted or junk vehicle. Best local prices! ROY'S TOWING 603-348-3403 BUYING JUNK CARS and trucks. Paying in cash. Honest pricing. No gimmicks. Kelley’s Towing (603)723-9216. BUYING junk cars, trucks & big trucks ME & NH. Call for price. Martin Towing. (603)305-4504.

Business Opportunities Need Extra Money? Start an Avon Business for $10. Call Debbie at 603-491-5359. Or go to and enter reference code: dblaisedell.

For Rent

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$95 Weekly, 3 rooms, furnished/ utilities. Free groceries! Rides. Private locked room, $65, 348-5317, "24/7".

331 Prospect St, Berlin. Cul-de-sac, fantastic mountain and city view. Heated second floor apartment, hardwood floors, 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room/ office/ third bedroom, eat-in kitchen, washer and dryer hookups, closed in porch, large back yard, garage, additional parking, use of basement. Please provide references. Rent: $750. Call: 603-326-3346 or 603-482-3831.

(2) apts. Heat, h/w included, off-street parking, 2 bdrm, 3rd floor $550 + dep. 3 bdrm, 2nd floor $700 + dep. Pets ok with paid deposit. (603)348-1607. 2+ bedroom, nice neighborhood, close to downtown, 1st floor, w/d and utilities included. No pets/ smoking. $750/mo. (603)723-6990. 2/3 bedrooms apts. 1st., 2nd. 3rd. floors, heat, h/w, w/d hook-ups, storage, must see. Call Jim 387-4066, 752-5034.

BERLIN 1st floor, 2 bedroom, heat, hot water included, storage, w/d hook-ups $650/mo. plus security, no pets (603)348-5186 email for info and pics

BERLIN 1st floor apt. 3 bdrms + laundry room, large yard, nice neighborhood, $675/mo plus lease & security. Heat included. (207)571-4001.

BERLIN 1 & 2 bedroom apts. Newly renovated, w/d hook-ups, heat, h/w (603)752-2607, (603)723-4161.

BERLIN 1st floor spacious 2 bd apt. 1 car garage full basement hardwood floors. $750/mo. Heat included. 1st month & security deposit required. (603)915-1746.

BERLIN renovated 2 bd apt., laundry room, w/d hookup, parking, no pets $600/mo. (603)867-3398.

For Rent BERLIN: Completely renovated 3 bedroom apartment. Call H&R Block, great landlord (603)752-2372. BERLIN: Large 2 bedroom, 2 porches, storage, shed, 2 garages, oil heat, no utilities $500/mo, first month, security 603-486-2028. BERLIN: Lg 4 bdrm, 2nd & 3rd floor apt. $750/mo., heat & h/w inc. (603)449-2230.

CEDAR POND on water camp for rent, day, week, month, no pets, Milan NH 449-2079. GORHAM 2 bedroom, 1st floor, 391 Main St., parking, security (603)723-4888. GORHAM house- 2 bedroom, Palmer St, $800/mo no utilities included. No smokers/ dogs. (603)723-7015. GORHAM - New 2 Bed, 2 bath Town House, all appliances including w/d, heat and water. No smoking/ pets 723-8854. GORHAM: 13 Exchange St, (white bldg w/ black trim) 2 BR, second floor, heat, h/w, fridge & stove, w/d hookup w/ shed, no pets. Sec. dep. Call: 466-3378 (8am-4pm, M-F or leave a message). GORHAM: 2 bedroom, Cascade Flats, 2nd floor, off street parking, $625/mo. heat, hot water stove, fridge included. No smokers/ dogs. Call 723-7015. GORHAM: 2 bedrooms, heat, h/w, off street parking, newly renovated, no pets, 723-6310. GROVETON- West Street 2 bedroom w/ garage, porch, heated, h/w, includes stove, refrigerator, washer/ dryer hook-up. No dogs, security/ references required. (603)636-1588. HOUSE for rent: 2 bedroom house, single car garage in Berlin. Appliances furnished. Lawnmower and snow blower available. No pets, no smoking. Rent $700/mo. $700 security deposit. Tenant pays water, sewer, heat and utilities. References required. Call 466-9999 or 723-4166. RENOVATED modern 1st floor 2 bdrm apt, storage, garage, w/d, heat/hot water included, $850/mo + sec. A must see! Please call (603)325-8034.

BERLIN: 1 bedroom, 3rd. floor, heat, h/w, off street parking, storage shed, recently renovated, $500 security and first month, 603-486-2028.

SECOND floor, 2 bedroom, heat, hot water, $575/mo. garage, available, no pets or smoking, available 5/1, 603-326-3026.

BERLIN: 2 bedroom house on Wight Street, large yard, garage, full basement. Stove and fridge, w/d hookup, $700/mo. plus all utilities, no smoking. Call 723-7015.

STUDIO apt. $375; 2 bedroom, $450, recently renovated, electric heat, h/w included, security, 1st. months, no dogs, call Richard, 326-3499.

BERLIN: 2 bedroom, 610 3rd. Ave. 2nd. floor, hardwood floors, $600/mo. heat, h/w included, w/garage, 781-953-7970. BERLIN: 2 bedroom, heat, h/w, off street parking, garage, lg. storage shed, $600/mo. security and first month, 603-486-2028. BERLIN: 3 bedroom house, Jas per St, $900/mo heat included. Large yard. No smokers/ dogs. Call (603)723-7015.

For Sale 4 15" steel wheels for Toyota $50, 723-6543. AMAZING! Beautiful pillowtop matress sets, twin $169, full or queen $249, king $399. See AD under “Furniture”. BAZOOKA Navigator 26" double suspension folding bike, silver with gel seat, retails for $600, used 3 times, asking $400, 723-4032.

TWO OFFICES AVAILABLE OFFICE SPACE IN BERLIN Spacious second-floor corner office in downtown Berlin. Known as the Sheridan Building, this classic revival structure built in 1905 and renovated in the 1980s and 1990s is located next to City Hall. Ceilings are high and windows are plentiful in this corner which includes one large room, one medium sized, and a private bathroom. $450 a month, and includes heat. Second floor, corner office, two rooms with shared bathroom. $350.

For a video tour go to: For more information call Mark 603-356-3456.

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For Sale

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ETHAN Allen coffee table, solid maple, brown, with hinged storage spaces on each end, $100/BO, 723-4032.

TRACE Elliot GP7SM 250 7 Band Series Bass Head $299/obogreat condition, works perfectly. Call Rob @ 603-520-4447.

ETHAN Allen full size solid wood headboard and frame, quality workmanship, $125, 723-4032. GOLF Balls, top notch, all brands, no cuts, u-pick, 25/cents each, 723-6742. JENN-AIR refrigerator, almond, side-by-side 22 cubic feet; Love seat/ sofa, dusty rose, both excellent condition, 752-6590, 723-4764. ONE Utility trailer, 6X8', good for a snowmachine, ATV. Tilts for easy loading and unloading. It fits 1 7/8 ball hitch, $350 call 449-2984, leave message. ORIENTAL RUGS: From Pakistan and Afghanistan. Handmade, 3'X5' and larger, professionally documented, appraised, beautiful designs/ colors from 1980s. Mal Shute, 603-752-4784. SILVERWARE: 6 place setting of 4 pcs and additional pieces, Towle, Old Lace pattern, discontinued from 50s. Forty pieces, Mal Shute, 603-752-4784. SUPPORT your local logger and heat with carbon neutral wood or wood pellets. Purchase a Central Boiler outdoor wood furnace on sale EPA qualified to 97% efficient. (603)447-2282. TOW behind bicycle for kids, like new, used twice, $75/firm, attaches to adult bike, 723-6543.

Furniture AMAZING! Beautiful Queen or Full-size mattress set. Luxury Firm European Pillow-top style. Fabulous back & hip support. Factory sealed - new 10-Yr. warranty. Cost $1095, sell $249. Can deliver 603-305-9763.

Help Wanted



BISSON’S Family Lawn Care: No jobs too small, mowing, rakeing, etc. Free estimates. Dennis (603)723-3393.

Full-time positions for all shifts including weekends. Experience necessary. Apply in person any day at Glen Junction Restaurant, Junction Rte.16 and 302, Glen. PART time Receptionist, office help, 15 hours per week. Duties include billing/ accounts receivable. Quickbooks experience preferred. Pro rated paid holidays, vacations. Apply in person at Smith & Town Printers, 42 Main St. Berlin.

Home Improvements Free HIGHEST cash price paid for your scrap box trailers, school busses, heavy equipment and cars. (207)393-7318.

Help Wanted $11.25/HOUR, work dayshift, have fun, earn good money and commissions as a B@B telemarketer after 6 week training/ evaluation. Call 326-3327. CDL driver wanted, must be able to pass background qualification. Call after 2pm (603)781-0399. JUNE 9th thru June 17th. Distribute materials to motorcycle riders on the summit of Mt. Washington. Email:

Medical Records Data Entry Clerk Coos County Family Health Services has a 35 hour per week Medical Records Data Entry Clerk position available at our Pleasant Street site.Advanced computer skills, flexibility and desire to work in a fast paced medical office environment required. Please submit cover letter and resume by April 26, 2012 to: Human Resources Department Coos County Family Health Services 54 Willow Street, Berlin, NH 03570 An Equal Opportunity Employer

FORTIER HOME REPAIR Old & New- One call, We do it All! (603)752-1224.

Motorcycles 2000 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, metallic green and black, new factory re-build Harley Davidson motor, looks and runs great, many extras, $7800 call Paul in Berlin at 603-752-5519, 603-915-0792 leave message. 2002 Honda XR 70R excellent shape, runs great, son outgrew! $795/BO, 723-6543.

Please Apply in Person 130 Main Street, Gorham, NH

Special Education Teaching Vacancy Milan School District 2012-2013 School Year The Milan School District is seeking a dynamic , flexible individual, who is a self-motivated, team player to direct an alternative education day program that uses online coursework for special education and regular education students in grades 9-12. Special Education teaching certification is required for this position and prior experience working with at-risk students is essential. The successful applicant would be responsible for teaching, record keeping, handling disciplinary matters, some curriculum development, IEP writing and monitoring, facilitating team meetings and working with staff from two area high schools This individual should have experience working with at-risk students with emotional disabilities, learning disabilities, and be willing to provide a positive educational experience for all students. The successful applicant will need to provide tutoring in all secondary core subject areas, with an emphasis on math. Experience with NHSEIS and computer-based learning systems is required. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, certifications and three current letters of recommendation to Superintendent Paul Bousquet, SAU # 20, 123 Main Street, Gorham, NH 03581. All applicants will have until Friday May 18, 2012 to apply. SAU#20 is an Equal Opportunity Employer

316 North Road, Shelburne, Sat. 4/21, 9a-2p rain or shine houswares, holiday decor, CD's, videos, furniture, craft supplies, scrap wood, books, free magazines, No early birds!

COMPUTER MAINTENANCE: Virus removal, performance upgrades, security software, wireless installations, data recovery, backups. Luc 603-723-7777. LOCKSMITH. North Country Lock & Key, certified Locksmith. Ron Mulaire, Berlin, NH (603)915-1162. MALE Homecare provider, will do housekeeping, cooking, stay overs if need be. Reasonable rates, 603-482-3362.

Northern Dreamscapes Lot sweeping, spring clean ups, full service lawn care and construction service. Equipped and insured. (603)723-6990.


18+ years experience! On-site computer repair, upgrades, wireless setup, virus removal, & more! (603)723-0918


Wanted To Buy ANTIQUES, individual pieces and complete estates. Call Ted and Wanda Lacasse, 752-3515.

BUYING JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS Paying in cash Highest Prices! No gimmicks Kelley’s Towing (603)723-9216.

BUYING JUNK CARS Cash for your unwanted or junk vehicle. Best local prices! Roy's towing 603-348-3403.


cracked or buckling walls, crawl space problems, backed by 40 years experience. Guaranteed 603-356-4759


ZIMMER Lawn Care, mowing, weed whacking, light landscaping, free estimates, 723-1252.

COPPER/ Brass/ Batteries. Call 603-326-4414 Leave message. Pick up avail.


PAYING cash for your old video games and musical instruments call or text 915-0174. Nintendo, Sega, Xbox, Sony etc.

(603)447-1198. Olson’s Moto Works, RT16 Albany, NH.

AFFORDABLE computer services, PC repair, recovery, restore rebuildingt, software and hardware installation, I do it all. Quick and cheap, 603-348-2430.


Highest quality craftsmanship. Fully Insured. Lowest prices guaranteed. FMI (603)730-2521. HYPNOSIS for habit change, stress, regression. Michael Hathaway, DCH, certified hypnotherapist. Madison (603)367-8851.

BOOKS wanted; Early AMC Guides; Journals, NH, White Mountains, nonfiction, others. Immediate cash paid. (603)348-7766.

BUYING JUNK CARS and trucks. Paying in cash. Highest prices! No gimmicks. Kelley’s Towing (603)723-9216.

BUYING JUNK CARS Cash for your unwanted or junk vehicle. Best local prices! Roy's towing 603-348-3403.

Reservation & Wilderness Campsite Manager * Full Time * * Experience a plus * * Willingness to work *

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CARPENTRY, painting, property maintenance, etc. free estimates, call Rich, 915-0755.

Northern Waters Outfitters Errol, NH Maintenance Person


Position includes trip planning and organizing outdoor, water based excursions in and around the Umbagaog National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Umbagog, and the Androscoggin / Magalloway Rivers. Some office administration and supervisory tasks are also part of this position. Knowledge of this area & paddle-sports would be beneficial.

Other seasonal positions: Kayak/Canoe Instructor - Full & Part-time. Full-time, Part-time & Weekend Raft Guides Positions based out of Errol, NH Please email: Applications are also available at Saco Bound in Center Conway.

BUYING junk cars/ trucks, heavy farm mach., scrap iron. Call 636-1667 days, 636-1304 evenings.

SMALL fishing boat, 12' aluminum and used kayak. 449-2140

Yard Sale GOING out of Biz Sale. Everything 50¢ and up. Everything must go ASAP. Clothes, dishes, tools, contrctor, equipment, bldg materials. Everything must go. 106 Pleasant St. Everyday til gone.

4TH annual indoor yard sale, West Milan Hall, Sat. April 21, 9-2, something for everyone.

Berlin/Gorham Road,

house after Keene Medical, Sat. 9-4, three family, stove, refrigerator, kitchen set, sink, furniture, household items, snowboard equip, tools. BERLIN: Multi-family; Sat., April 21st., 9-1pm, Norway St., entrance to the rear of Costello Tire. ESTATE: Tag sale, 32 Sherry Street, Berlin, Sat. April 21, 9-2, sofas, chairs, tables & chairs, bedroom sets, TV's, books, records, household, dishes, pots & pans, hutch, desks, sewing machine, golf clubs, tools, vacuums, collectibles, garden and hand tools, riding lawnmower, ladders, picnic table plus much more. FMI call 752-7369 Goulet Auction Service. MAROIS Ave. Gorham, Sat. 4/21, 9-3 p.m. MOVING Sale: Kitchen set, bedroom set, couch, appliances, woman's golf clubs, best offer, 603-752-3084.

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Special Education Paraprofessional Vacancies for the 2012-2013 School Year

Gorham Middle High School 6.35 hrs/day Gorham Middle High School is seeking 2 paraprofessionals to work with students in grades 6-8 and 9-12. The interview team is seeking applicants with strong Math, English, and organizational skills. Associates Degree preferred.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a Letter of Interest to: Paul Bousquet, Superintendent, SAU #20 123 Main St, Gorham, NH 03581 For inquiries, contact Becky Hebert-Sweeny at the SAU 20 Superintendent’s Office, 466-3632, ext. 6. DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2012

Pharmacy Program Coordinator

Coos County Family Health Services is seeking a permanent Pharmacy Program Coordinator. This full-time, 40 hour per week position includes supervision of support staff. Essential duties include improving access to affordable pharmaceuticals for at-risk patients by utilizing the 340b program, assistance drug programs and samples. Successful candidate will also be responsible for maintaining relationships with outside pharmaceutical drug company representatives and local pharmacies. Bachelors degree, two years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Ability to travel, a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license and adequate auto insurance are required. Must have strong organizational and computer skills. Medical terminology a plus. Please submit cover letter & resume by April 20, 2012 to: Human Resources Department Coos County Family Health Services 54 Willow Street, Berlin NH 03570 An Equal Opportunity Employer

Part-Time Residential Community Integrator Position:

We are currently seeking an energetic, patient person to provide residential support to individuals in their apartments. Duties Will include providing instruction and assistance with household tasks and participation in community activities. Flexibility is desirable. The rate of pay is $10.18 per hour with additional mileage reimbursement. The position is presently 30 hours per week. Minimum Requirements include: • High School diploma or GED • Valid drivers’ license and proof of auto insurance • Completion of driver’s and criminal background checks. Applicants may send in a resume or pick up an application at: Northern Human Services, Community Services Center c/o Housing Coordinator 69 Willard St. Berlin, NH 03570 (603) 752-1005 The agency is an equal opportunity provider and employer

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Warren going to Finland BERLIN -- Shane Warren has been selected to represent the USA in the International Standing Ice Hockey Federation Championships in Helsinki, Finland, from April 30, to May 6. This will be his eighth year representing the Berlin area at a national level for the AAHA. The American Amputee Hockey Association is a non-profit sports organization founded in 2000 to develop opportunities for amputee and other disabled athletes to learn and play competitive hockey. Amputee hockey is identical to typical amateur ice hockey, with the notable exception that the athletes are missing one of more of their upper or lower extremities. The AAHA is also a member of the Disabled

While you can, do you want to choose now the person to take care of your affairs if you need help later? How about your health decisions? Or will you leave those decisions to the Probate Court?

For more information on Durable Power of Attorney for Financial or Health Care matters Call 466-3378 Thomas J. Cote, PC, Atty-at-Law 74 Main Street, Gorham NH 03581 We Deliver!



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1st Annual Consultants Combating Child Abuse Expo Colonel Town Recreation Center, 16 High Street, Lancaster, NH

Thursday, April 26th • 4-8:30 p.m

Over 20 different vendors teaming up to help fight child abuse right here in Coos County! From jewels to cooking tools and sweet treats to pampered feet! There is sure to be something for everyone! Free Admission • Door Prizes • Light Refreshments 100 % of donated proceeds to benefit combating child abuse.


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Gorham’s Sam Jensen hustles down the line on this play and was ruled out by the base umpire. The play did not affect the out come of the game as Jensen and his team mates defeated Littleton 15-0. (JEAN LEBLANC PHOTO)

Gauthier silences Crusaders, 15-0

GORHAM--Senior pitcher, Cody Gauthier, fired a two-hit shutout and had two hits, leading the Huskies to a convincing 15-0 victory over Littleton in a boys’ Division IV baseball game in Gorham Wednesday. The Gorham boys set the tone in the first inning, sending Littleton starting pitcher, Josh Bogardus to the shower after just four batters. An error and three straight walks got Bogardus the early exit as he uncorked a pair of wild pitches. Littleton countered with Tom Boivin to try and stem the Huskie offense. Huskie Brady Fauteux reached on a fielder’s choice, Brian Veazey hit an RBI fielder’s choice, Brett Labnon put down a perfect suicide squeeze, and then beat out the throw to put Gorham up 4-0. Stephen St. Germain worked his at bat for a walk and with the bases full of Huskies, Tyler Sanschagrin ripped a single down the right field line to push two more runs across home plate. That brought up the top of the order once again and senior shortstop Pat Pike. Pike laced a Boivin offering to deep left center for a pair of RBIs. Pike moved up to third base on a pickoff attempt and then came home on a

Gorham’s Sam Jensen hustles down the line on this play and was ruled out by the base umpire. The play did not affect the out come of the game as Jensen and his teammates defeated Littleton 15-0. (JEAN LEBLANC PHOTO)

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pass ball to make it a nine run first inning. Gauthier rolled through a six pitch second inning. In the bottom of the inning, Gauthier helped his own cause with his second hit of the contest. A wild pitch and then a long Veazey RBI double pushed the score to 10-0.

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Happy 9th Birthday Faith! Love, Mom, Brian, Hannah, and Maddie.

Family still a huge part of Riverside Speedway GROVETON--One thing that has not changed at Riverside, is that racing can turn into a family matter. Whether its everyone racing, or one racer, and dad as a crew chief, brothers and cousins as crew members, mom as scorer and cooker, whatever, Riverside can bring everyone together. The 2012 season proves to be more of the same. The Wyman Motorsports crew is no exception to this rule. Jason will be in the Dwarf car ranks, which isn’t a surprise to everyone that was at last years Frost Bite 250, when Wyman put a strong run to end the season. Wyman has also bought another Dwarf car, which will be piloted by Jeff Ainsworth. Jeremy Wyman, Jason’s brother, will be putting together a run at the championship in the Street Stocks. Not to be outdone, Jason’s wife Vickie will be competing in the Angels division. Talk about some late nights at the shop there... Another racing family will be competing this summer at Riverside. Vanessa Brown will be racing a full season in the Angels with a new Dodge Neon. Sister Allison Barney will be at the helm of a Pontiac Sunfire, but on a part-time basis. Barney’s husband Josh will be testing the GAUTHIER from page 21

11th Indoor-Outdoor Yard Sale/ Bake Sale To benefit “Dorothy’s Gift”

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The Gorham boys put the final nail into the coffin in the bottom of the third inning, shooting another five runs across home plate. The big hit was a bases loaded double that was crushed by Huskie designated hitter Brett Labnon. The Huskies were in cruise control and on top 15-0. Gauthier continued to make quick work of Littleton. The crafty lefty pounded the strike zone and faced just 16 Littleton batters in five innings of work. The contest ended after the top of the fifth inning because of the ten run rule. Gauthier struck out four and did not walk anyone. Littleton had two hits, one of those hits

waters in the Street Stock division. Racing must be in the water in that household. Amongst other racing families, people have been busy prepping for another go at it. Luke Shannon has revamped his Late Model, and despite the loss of some sponsors, has his eyes set on challenging for the title. The Gilcris family will also be back at the track, but in a cut back role. Sponsorship trouble has forced Nick to run part time in the 4 cylinder class, as opposed to the Late Model division. Brother Cole Kilby will join him with his famed Ford Probe, converted to a Street Stock with the combining of the Cyclones and Streets. Dennis O’Brien will again drive in the Dwarfs, with new teammate Robert Stanley, Jr. behind the powerplant in the team car. O’Brien has also been busy turning wrenches on Dan Brofman’s ride for the 2012 season. Time is running short for racers to prep their cars, and with this beautiful weather as of late, the racing season will be here before you know it. We hope your family will join our racing family at the track this season, feel free to stop us and say hi, and enjoy the rest of your spring. Burnt rubber and racing fuel is just around the corner. was an infield hit. Offensively, Gorham utilized only nine hits, two from Gauthier, Labnon, and Sanschagrin. Six Littleton errors, and five free passes, kept the base paths full of Huskies all afternoon. Gorham upped its record to 2-1, while the Crusaders left town at 2-2. On Friday, The Gorham boys will host the Pittsburg Panthers at 4 PM. LHS 0 0 0 0 0 0-2-6 GHS 9 1 5 0 X 15-9-1 Pitching: LHS- Bogardus, Boivin (1), Walsh (3), and Veret, GHS- Gauthier and Sanschagrin, WP- Gauthier, LP- Bogardus.

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Information Technology Services Town of Gorham

Annual Meeting Eagles Hall Wednesday, April 25th 7 p.m.

The Town of Gorham is seeking proposals for information technology services to include general maintenance and upgrades for all IT equipment and software in all departments. A full RFP is available on the Town’s website at or at the Gorham Town Hall, 20 Park Street, Gorham, NH 03581. All proposals are due by 5 pm on May 4, 2012. Please direct all questions to the Town Manager’s office at 4663322 or



All dogs four (4) months old and over are required to be licensed by April 30, 2012. Failure to do so will result in a $25.00 forfeiture fee as well as a $1.00 per month penalty fee for every month dogs are not registered as per RSA 466:13, beginning June 1, 2012. Current rabies certificates are needed when registering dogs. Male/Female Neutered Male/Spayed Female Owner over 65 (first dog only)

$9.00 $6.50 $2.00

Grace E. LaPierre, Town Clerk

1st. Circuit – Probate Division – Lancaster 03/29/2012 thru 04/06/2012 APPOINTMENT OF FIDUCIARIES

Notice is hereby given that the following fiduciaries have been duly appointed by the Judge of Probate for Coos County. All persons having claims against these decedents are requested to exhibit them for adjustment and all indebted to make payment. Keene, Delbert Russell, late of Berlin, NH. Robert A. Keene, 22 North Road, P.O. Box 163, Jefferson, NH 03583. #314-2012-ET-00009 Leavitt, Reuell A., late of Gorham, NH. Mark Eaton Leavitt, 16 Cable Road, Rye, NH 03870. Richard Harris Leavitt, 48 Hidden Pines Lane, Fryeburg, ME 04037. Kenneth R Cargill, ESQ, Resident Agent, COOPER, CARGILL & CHANT, PA, 2935 White Mtn. Hwy., North Conway, NH 03860. #314-2012-ET-00065

Dated: 04/06/2012

Terri L. Peterson, Clerk

Berlin Recreation Center news BABE RUTH BASEBALL FOR summer break begins Monday, April AGES 13 - 15: Register by May 30 for five weeks. Mondays, Wednes3rd to be eligible for the Incentive days, and Fridays, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Raffle. Deadline to register is May Fee is $56.00 per person. Register by 15. Season games played during the April 18 to be eligible for the Incenmonth of June at Memorial Field tive Raffle. and throughout the North CounSUMMER TEMPORARY try. $55.00 per person. Please bring EMPLOYMENT with Berlin Recreeither past year’s Cal Ripken card or ation Department. Sports directors birth certificate when registering. and scorekeepers, Playground leadCOSMIC BOWLING WITH PIZZA ers, Babe Ruth Baseball officials SODA AND MAKE YOUR OWN and Program Instructors. Pick up SUNDAE! Any ability can enjoy this applications at Berlin Recreation School vacation Cosmic Event! Fee is Center, First Avenue, Berlin. Berlin $10.00 per person. Wednesday, April Recreation is an equal opportunity 25 from 11:00 am - 1:00 p.m. Regisemployer. Application process will ter at Berlin Recreation Center. remain open until all positions are COMMUNITY GARDENS: Last filled. SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! year gardeners have the month of We are in the planning stages for April to register for last season’s summer programs - Call 752-2010 lot. Starting May 1, anyone may for information on Summer Basketcome to Berlin Recreation Center ball for grades 3 - 5 and Beginner to reserve a 25 X 25’ garden plot in Baseball for ages 4 - 6. More prothe East Milan Road location. Fee is grams to follow! $10.00 per person. Do Not Plant Until Recreation Department has a chance to prepare the Fast ~ EASY ~ Personal area. Call 752-2010 if Attorney Ed McBurney Free any questions. Consultation North Conway • (603) 356-9097 KINDERGARTEN - 2ND GRADE COED KICKBALL: We’re continuing the Fun! Next session begins May 1st for six weeks. Tuesdays, 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. at Berlin Recreation Center. $35.00 per person. Register by April 18 to be eligible for the Incentive Raffle. 2ND & 3RD GRADE KICKBALL: Second graders may choose to join third graders in this slightly more competitive program of Kickball starting May 2. Every Wednesday for six weeks at Berlin Recreation Center. 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. $35.00 per person. Maximum of 25. Register by April 18 to be eligible for the Incentive Raffle. ADULT KICKBALL ANYONE? Berlin Recreation is trying to see if there is enough interest for an 18 and older weekday evening Kickball program. This would be a fun, low-key sport that any ability can participate in. If interested, please call 752-2010 and leave your name and number and what day of the week works best for you. LITTLE TYKES P L AY G R O U N D : Potty-trained three to five year olds do a variety of activities under the direction of Instructor Sylvia Ramsey. Crafts, basic lessons, story, snacks and play time. This last session before


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