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Instructors wanted for L IF T S program Le a r n i n g Is F u n T h i s S u m m e r ( L I F T S ) is lo o k in g fo r instructors fo r its t w o w e e k enh a n c e m e n t p r o g r a m fo r the ch ildren o f W a s h in g to n C o u n t y . T h e p r o g r a m w i ll b e h e ld fo r tw o w e e k s th is su m m e r f r o m A u g u s t 1 0 - 2 1 , M o n d a y - F r i d a y m o r n in g s fro m 9 to 11 a .m . A n y o n e w i t h a s k i l l, a cra ft o r spe­ cial k n o w le d g e interested in sharing these talents w i t h a g r o u p o f c h ildren should contact B o n n i e W a r r e n a t 12 A c a d e m y street in G r e e n w i c h . Classes tfiat h a v e been o ff e r e d in the past h a v e included d a n c e , art, o u t d o o r e x p lo r a t io n , craft, langua g e s , theater, vid e o g r a p h y , and te c h n o lo g y fo r exam p le. * * * In o ld C h i n a , bells w e r e ru n g to call fo r rain . P a lm Sunday b reakfast T h e r e w i l l b e a P a l m S u n d a y b r e a k ­ fast o n A p r i l 5 at th e C e n t e n a r y U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h in G r e e n w i c h b e g in ­ n i n g at 8 a .m . T h e R e v . R o b e r t Je w e ll w i l l be th e g u e s t sp e a k e r . C o m m u n i o n w i l l be served and a fre e w i l l o f f e r in g w i l l be ta k e n . T o m a k e rese rvations conta c t S a n d r a B u r c h , (M r s . H a r o l d ) o r E v e l y n B a r b u r , o f G r e e n w i c h b y A p r i l 1. McShane named to President’s list K e v i n M i c h a e l M c S h a n e o f G r e e n ­ w i c h , a student at P l y m o u t h State C o l ­ lege in P l y m o u t h , N . H . , has been n a m e d to the President's list at the co lle g e f o r the 1 9 9 7 - 9 8 fall sem e s ter. T o be e l i g i b l e f o r the h o n o r , he had to carry at least 1 2 credits in courses w i t h a grade p o in t ave rage o f 3 .7 better. o r Jo y tim e Sing s p iration T h e O p e n B i b l e B a p t i s t C h u r c h * in C a m b r id g e w i l l h o s t the Jo y t i m e S i n g ­ spiration o n S u n d a y n i g h t , A p r i l 5 , at 6 p .m . Fe a tu r e d w i l l b e 14 y e a r o ld Jerem y B o e tt c h e r , p ia n ist and cellist. H is m o th e r , L a u r i e , flu t is t , w i l l also participate. Je r e m y is a h o m e s c h o o le d student fro m A g a w a m , M a . H e m a y h a v e ju s t turned fo u r t e e n and h a v e stu d ie d p ia n o fo r o n l y fiv e ye a r s , y e t h e is ra n k e d as one o f th e to p tw e n t y C h r i s t i a n , H i g h S c h o o l pia n ists n a t io n w id e . Je r e m y .p l a y s re g u la r ly at his h o m e ch u r c h in W e s t f i e l d , M a . a n d has been a guest p ia n is t in o t h e r churche s in M a s s a c h u s e tts a n d C o n n e c t ic u t . H e sings in a h o m e s c h o o l c h o ir and p la y s ce llo in a c h a m b e r en s e m b le . N o t o n l y does Je r e m y stu d y sacred p i a n o , cello and b a r o q u e reco r d e r ; h e studies classi­ cal p ia n o w i t h A l e x A v a d y a y e v , a c o n d u c to r -c o m p o s e r . f r o m th e M o s c o w C o n s e r v a t o r y . In 1 9 9 7 Je r e m y w o n a fu l l sch o larsh ip to a s u m m e r m u s ic c a m p sp o n s o re d b y the Ju l l i a r d S c h o o l o f M u s i c w h e r e he stu d ied w i t h fa m o u s j a z z re c o r d in g a rtist A n d y Ja ff e e . Je r e m y co m p o s e s a n d teaches m u s ic . H e p la n s to grad u a te fro m h i g h sch o o l e a r ly th r o u g h an accelerated p r o g r a m a n d a tten d c o lle g e w h e r e he B e e s f l y abo u t 12 m ile s p e r h o u r . Over 25 years o f reliable service and fuel oil to keep you warm McCauley & Tucker Oil Co. Salem, N.Y. - 854-7227 I t ’s Your Money 5 C t by Jetiii nlcLuutuau Don’t Trip Up On Home Sales The 1997 tax law allows couples to exclude as much as $500,000 in capital gains on the sale of one's principal resi­ dence. But that doesn't mean eve ry couple or every house; there are limitations. First, the home must have been the couple's primary residence for at least two years during the five- year period leading up to the sale (or exchange). Either spouse may own the house, but both must have lived there. Second, if depre­ ciation has been taken on part of the house as a home office, that part of the gain is taxable at 25 percent. What happens if one spouse dies? The surviving spouse who owns the property can only take the $500,000 exclusion if the house is sold in the year of death (so that a joint return can be used). However, the decedent's share of the capital gain on the house is forgiven at death. That immedi­ ately raises the survivor's basis and limits the taxable gain. Before yoy sell your home, check out the tax ramifications with the experts at; D ick in s o n & C o m p a n y Certified Public Accountants 2 Washington Square Greenwich, N Y 12834 (518) 692-8Q98 w i l l m a jo r in m u s ic and m i n is t r y . A f t e r g r a d u a t io n h e desires to w o r k w i t h y o u t h in a m u s ic m i n is t r y . T h e r e is n o c h a r g e , h o w e v e r a free w i l l o f f e r in g w i l l be re c e ive d . R e f r e s h ­ m e n ts w i l l b e se rved fo l l o w i n g th e . service. Grease opens tonight F o l l o w i n g w e e k s o f p r e p a r a tio n s and rehearsals, the p l a y Grease is r e a d y fo r the stage at C a m b r i d g e C e n t r a l sc h o o l. T h e first p e r fo r m a n c e w i l l be to ­ n i g h t , M a r c h 2 6 , at 7 :3 0 p .m . S e v e n m o r e p e r fo r m a n c e s w i l l b e g i v e n . T h e dates are F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y , M a r c h 2 7 a n d 2 8 . N e x t w e e k th e s h o w goes o n o n W e d n e s d a y , T h u r s d a y , F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y , A p r i l 1, 2 , 3 and 4. A l l p e r ­ form a n c e s w i l l b e g in at 7 :3 0 p .m . In a d d it io n t o th e e v e n in g s h o w s there w i l l be a m a tinee at 3 p .m . o n S a t u r d a y , M a r c h 2 8 . F o r tic k e t in fo r m a t io n a n d reserva­ tio n s , co n tact M r s . F e d l e r at the C a m ­ b r id g e H i g h sc h o o l. W alk in g fo r books O r d e r o f t h e E a s t e r n S t a r m e m b e r s fro m C a m b r id g e V a l l e y C h a p t e r h a v e ch o s e n th e C a m b r id g e a n d S a le m P u b ­ lic Lib r a r i e s to b e n e f it fro m th e O E S C o m m u n i t y S p r i n g p r o je c t th a t w i l l be h e ld o n A p r i l 4 . T h e c h a p te r m e m b e r s w i l l b e w a l k ­ in g a s i x m i le lo o p , le a v i n g th e lo d g e ro o m s o n 3 7 2 , across C o n t e n t F a r m R o a d , S o u t h o n R o u t e 2 2 to M a i n S t r e e t , b a c k to th e lo d g e ro o m s . T h e m e m b e r s are lo o k i n g fo r sp o n s o r s fo r th is w o r t h w h i l e f u n d raiser. A l l p r o c e e d s w i l l b e d i v i d e d e q u a lly and all m o n ie s d o n a te d to the S a le m and C a m b r i d g e P u b li c Lib r a r i e s to p u r - , chase A u d i o B o o k s fo r all ages. Inte reste d sp o n s o r s m a y call any O E S m e m b e r , o r Jo d i Jo h a n s e n , M o l l y E n d e e , o r S y l v i a W i l s o n . Obituary GORDON K. BYARS G o r d o n K . B y a r s , 9 2 , a resident o f W h i t e C r e e k , fo r 63 y e a r s , d ie d T u e s ­ d a y , M a r c h 2 4 , 19 9 8 , at H o o s i c k F a l l s H e a l t h C e n t e r fo l l o w i n g a b r i e f illn e s s . A fun e r a l se r v ic e w i l l b e h e ld at th e M a h a r & S o n Fu n e r a l H o m e 6 2 8 M a i n S t ., B e n n i n g t o n , V t . , o n W e d n e s d a y , A p r i l 1 , at 2 :3 0 p .m . Frie n d s m a y call at th e fun e r a l h o m e fro m 1 2 :3 0 p .m . u n t il the t im e o f th e se r v ic e . T h e R e v . D e b o ­ rah T r o l e n b e r g , p a s tor o f th e Je r m a in U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h w i l l o f f ic ia t e . B u r i a l w i l l b e in th e fa m i l y lo t in C e n ­ ter S h a ft s b u r y C e m e t e r y , S h a fls b u i 7 , V t . B o r a Ju n e 2 1 , 19 0 5 , in N o r t h H o o s i c k , he w a s th e so n o f Ja m e s G . a n d M a r g a r e t (M c C a r t ) B y a r s . H e w a s e d u c a te d in W o r th H o o s i c k sch o o l and H o o s i c k F a l l s H i g h s c h o o l. H e m a r r ie d th e fo r m e r H a r r i e t N . N i l e s o n Ju n e 1 8 , 19 2 9 in W h i t e C r e e k . M r . B y a r s w a s a fa n n e r m o s t o f his life . H e w a s fo r m e r l y an agent b u y e r o f G . L . F . a n d later an A g w a y representa­ tiv e a n d a lso a sales re p r e s e n ta tive fo r B l u e S e a l F e e d . H e w a s a fo r m e r m e m b e r a n d P a s t M a s t e r o f the W h i t e C r e e k G r a n g e # 1 3 9 0 . H e w a s a m e m b e r o f th e N e w Y o r k S t a t e a n d th e N a t i o n a l G r a n g e a n d a fo r m e r m e m b e r o f th e W a s h in g ­ to n C o u n t y F a r m B u r e a u and C o o p e r a ­ tiv e E x t e n s i o n . M r . B y a r s w a s a c h a r te r m e m b e r o f F i r s t H o o s a c C o n s t a b u l a r y , a n d a lo n g tim e trustee o f th e Je r m a in U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h . . S u r v i v o r s in c lu d e h is w i f e , H a r r ie t M . B y a r s ; a d a u g h t e r , M a r i l y n R o b i n ­ so n o f W h i t e C r e e k ; tw o g r a n d c h ild r e n a n d f o u r grea t g r a n d c h ild r e n . H e w a s p r e d e c e a s e d b y a sister, M a r g a r e t H e s l i n k . M e m o r i a l c o n t r ib u t io n s m a y b e m a d e to e ith e r th e Je r m a in U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h o r th e W h i t e C r e e k V o l u n t e e r F i r e C o m p a n y th r o u g h the o f f i c e o f t h e fu n e r a l h o m e in B e n n i n g ­ to n , V t . 0 5 2 0 1 . Call:‘692-2266 C f t H l f e r i d g © FAX: 692-2589' Mail To: The Journal-Press, P.O. Box 185, Greenwich, N.lfe. 12834 Workshops offered next month at Hubbard Hall GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, March 26,1998 SALEM rnJEoS Page 3 T w o w o r k s h o p s , M u s i c Im p r o v isatio n and H e r b a l A p p r o a c h to M e n o p a u s e , a re b e in g o ffe r e d at H u b b a r d H a l l d u r in g the m o n t h o f A p r i l . T h e d e a d lin e f o r regis­ tra tio n f o r b o t h i n A p r i l 3 . T h e m u s ic im p r o v i s a t i o n w o r k s h o p , b e in g o f f e r e d d u r i n g sp r in g b re a k ( M o n ­ d a y , A p r i l 1 3 ; W e d n e s d a y a n d T h u r s d a y , A p r i l 15 a n d 1 6 ) r u n s f r o m 7 to 9 :3 0 each e v e n in g . T h e w o r k s h o p w i l l e x p lo r e d iffe r e n t typ e s o f i m p r o v is a t io n a l m u s ic . A c c o r d ­ in g to the co u r s e d e s c r ip t io n , \ S o m e i m ­ p r o v i s a t i o n , such as in fo l k , ro c k , blues o r j a z z , is stru c tu r e d a r o u n d d r o n e s , A f ­ rican i n flu e n c e d styles o f im p r o v isatio n s are s tructured a rou n d particular r h y t h m s ,\ S t il l o th e r typ e s o f im p r o v is a t io n h a v e n o struc ture at all. T h e w o r k s h o p particip a n ts w i l l actu­ a l l y be p l a y in g m u s ic as w e ll as discuss­ in g a n d a n a l y z i n g i t . T h e r e w ill be a p e r­ fo r m a n c e i f the p a r tic ip a n ts d e term ine that t h e y w is h t o d o so. N o m u s ica l e x p e r ie n c e o r k n o w le d g e o f n o t a tio n is r e q u ire d f o r the w o r k s h o p , b u t pa r ticipa n ts sh o u ld ta k e to the c o u rse an in s tru m e n t o r s o m e t h in g that m a k e s an \in te r e s t in g \ n o ise o r b e w i l l i n g to sin g . W o r k s h o p teacher, B a r r y H y m a n , is a m u s ic tea c h e r a n d g r a n t - w i n n i n g c o m ­ po s e r w h o has released several cassette a lb u m s and a b o o k o n g u it a r that is being d istrib u te d n a t i o n a ll y . Herbal approach to menopause T h e h e rb a l a p p r o a c h to m e n o p a u s e w o r k s h o p , ta u g h t b y L i s e F u l l e r , w i l l be c o n d u c te d f r o m 10 a .m . to 3 p .m . o n S a t - u r d a y , A p r i l 4 , H e r w o r k s h o p description states, \ T h e p la n t k i n g d o m p r o v i d e s us w i t h m a n y h e a lin g a n d n o u r i s h in g plants th a t e n ­ h a n c e a ll aspects o f o u r jo u r n e y t h r o u g h life . H e r b s w o r k best as ton ics to n o u r ­ ish o u r d if fe r e n t b o d y syste m s .\ S h e in v ite s participants t o \ c o m e and learn a b o u t the plants that b e n e fit w o m e n as w e approach m e n o p a u s e .\ F u l l e r s a ys t h a t w o r k s h o p participants w i l l learn \a b o u t herbs that n o u r is h o u r w h o le b o d y so that w e enter in to that spe­ cial tim e in h ig h h e a lth . L e a r n a b o u t herbs that are specific fo r o u r re p r o d u c ­ tiv e s y s t e m a n d n o u r i s h th a t s y s t e m th r o u g h its c h a n g in g tim e s . L e a r n a b o u t herbs that are b e n e fic ia l f o r o u r n e r v o u s syste m in these tim e s o f change a n d a stress f ille d w o r l d .\ T h e class w i l l sa m p le m a n y o f th e d iffe r e n t h e rbs as teas and learn a b o u t the d iffe r e n t w a y s to prep a r e herbs. F u l l e r , w h o app r e n tice d w i t h R o s e ­ m a r y G la d s t a r t ) f E a s t B a n e , V e r m o n t , has studied herbs and th e ir b e n e fits fo r m a n y ye a r s . B o t h w o r k s h o p s re q u ire p a y m e n t o f a registratio n fee. C o n t a c t H u b b a r d H a l l P r o je c ts, I n c ., 25 E a s t M a i n S tre e t, C a m ­ b r i d g e , to register. Easton Market to close A quarter century of service ends in April M a u n d y T h u r s d a y c o n c e r t P a s t o r C a l W i t h a m o f the O p e n B i b l e B a p t i s t C h u r c h has a n n o u n c e d that rather t h a n t h e usual M a u n d y T h u r s d a y s e r v ic e , th is y e a r there w i l l b e a special co n c e rt at th e c h u r c h . O n S a tu r d a y n ig h t , A p r i l 1 1 , at 7 p .m . the ch u r c h w i l l present a sacred concert fe a tu r in g P h i l and E l l e n L a C l a i r e o f P o la n d S p r i n g s , M a i n e . T h e L a C l a i r e s ke e p a liv e a f a m i l y t r a ­ d i t i o n , w h i c h n o w spans fo u r genera­ tio n s . T h e y present a c o lo r f u l package o f b lu e g r a s s a n d c o u n try go s p e l m u s ic p e r f o r m e d o n b a n j o , m a n d o li n , g u itar, a n d \ d o g h o u s e \ bass. th r o u g h o u t th e n o r theaste rn states and in to C a n a d a . O c c a s i o n a l ly a to u r takes th e m as far fro m h o m e as O k l a h o m a . T h e h o m e g r o w n m u s ic style th a t the L a C l a i r e s present is c o m f o r t a b l e and m e a n i n g f u l t o a n y a u d ien c e . T h e gosp e l m e s s a g e th a t t h e y b r i n g t o t h e stage cre­ ates a m o s t e n j o y a b le presen tatio n to audiences. T h e p u b l ic is in v i t e d to a tt e n d . T h e r e is no c h a r g e , b u t a fre e w i l l o f f e r i n g w i l l be r e c e ive d . T h e L a C l a i r e s w i l l presen t special m u s ic at th e 1 1 a .m . w o r s h i p s e r v ic e o n S u n d a y , A p r i l 1 2 . Easton Market will close after more than a quarter of a century of service to Easton residents. By Tony Basile T h e E a s t o n M a r k e t c o m p l e x o w n e d b y Jo h n D ' A m b r o fo r o v e r 25 ye a r s and c u r r e n tly op e r a te d b y h is sons C h r i s a n d B r y a n w i l l close its do o r s in A p r i l - Lo c a t e d o n a sm a ll e y e b r o w -s h a p e d pie c e o f p r o p e r t y that w a s the o l d R o u t e 4 0 road b e d , the t i n y snack bar and ge n ­ eral store c o n t i n u a l l y e x p a n d e d o v e r the ye a r s t o e v e n tu a lly ho u s e a m a jo r c o n ­ ve n ie n c e and ge n e r a l store, a liq u o r sto r e , t r u c k se rvice garage a n d a 4 - u n i t m o te l. S e r v i n g b o th as a sm a ll g r o c e r y m a r k e t and a m a jo r feed a n d grain store, the m a r k e t se r v e d area farm e rs w i t h su p p lie s b e fo r e direct s h ip m e n t o f grains t o fa r m e r s becam e p o p u la r . T h e m a r k e t e x p a n d e d to house a large selection o f m i li t a r y surplus item s and sp o r tin g g o o d s . T h e m a rke t's little snack b a r se rved as a m e e t in g place fo r w o r k i n g class p e o p le to g a th e r and cure th e ills o f so c ie ty and b r a g a b o u t th e ir latest h u n t in g , fis h i n g o r fa r m in g e x ­ p lo it s . F o u r e f f ic ie n c y units located u p ­ stairs serve to this d a y as E a s t o n 's o n l y m o t e l. D 'A m b r o also used th e store as a h e a d q u a r ters fo r h is e x c a v a t in g se r v ic e , and su p p lie d area re s ide n ts w i t h fire w o o d and s n o w p l o w i n g services. N o lo n g e r p h y s i c a l l y a b le to op e r a te the business, D 'A m b r o turne d th e c o m » p l e x o v e r to h is tw in sons a ft e r th e y graduated fro m c o lle g e , b u t e c o n o m ic s b e in g w h a t th e y are, th e b o y s d e c id e d to se e k th e ir fo r tu n e s in to w n s o t h e r th a n E a s t o n , and t h e m a r k e t w i l l b e se ll­ in g o u t to the b a r e w a ll s d u r i n g t h e n e x t c o u p le o f w e e k s . L o o k i n g b a c k u p o n th e past q u a r t e r c e n tu r y , D 'A m b r o said th a t w h i l e th e g o in g g o t t o u g h m o r e th a n a f e w tim e s , th e m a r k e t has been v e i y g o o d to h i m . H e w a s a b le to b u ild a h o m e o n R i v e r R o a d , educate his c h ild r e n , pu r c h a s e so m e in v e s tm e n t p r o p e r t y lo c a l l y , as w e ll as a s m a ll spread in A r i z o n a o n w h i c h h e i s c u r r e n tly b u i l d i n g a w i n t e r retirem e n t h o m e . T o those o f us w h o b e c a m e accus­ to m e d to sp e n d in g t im e th e r e , d r i n k i n g c o ff e e , ea tin g c h ili a n d ta l k in g a b o u t the g o v e r n m e n t , E a s t o n ju s t w o n 't b e the sam e a n y m o r e . T o th a t , th e r e are som e w h o w i l l s a y , \ A m e n ! ” Birth D’Acchiiie P h i l a n d E l l e n ta k e th e ir m u s ic Obituaries LOUISA ANNA BRUSCA , S h e is s u r v i v e d b y h e r n ie c e , A d r i e n n e G r i f f e r t y o f C a m b r i d g e ; three H i * * L o u i s a A n n a B r u s c a , 8 3 , fo r m e r ly o f A c a d e m y street, d ie d S u n d a y , M a r c h 2 2 , 19 9 8 , a t th e S k i l le d N u r s i n g F a c i l ­ ity at th e M a r y M c C l e l l a n ho s p ital in C a m b r i d g e , w h e r e she h a d resided since J a n u a r y . A fun e r a l M a s s w a s cele­ brated o n W e d n e s d a y at S t . Pa trick's c h u r c h w i t h t h e R e v . T o m K o n o p k a o f ­ fic i a t i n g .- B u r i a l w a s at S t . Patrick's c e m e t e r y in C a m b r id g e . S h e w a s b o r n Ja n u a r y 1 2 , 1 9 1 5 , in B r o o k l y n , th e d a u g h te r o f Jo h n and K a t e (B u r g m u l i e r ) K u c k . S h e w a s the w i d o w o f V i n c e n t J . B r u s c a w h o d ie d in 19 6 3 . S h e w o r k e d as a cost account ana­ lys t fo r the A m e r i c a n C a n C o r p o r a t io n in B r o o k l y n fo r m a n y ye a r s . A f t e r she re t ir e d , she m o v e d to C a m b r id g e in 1 9 7 5 . S h e w a s a c o m m u n ic a n t o f S t . P a tric k 's ch u r c h a n d a m e m b e r o f the C a t h o l i c D a u g h t e r s . S h e w a s a m e m b e r o f th e M a r y M c C l e l l a n H o s p it a l A u x i l ­ ia r y and a v o lu n te e r w o r k e r at the h o s p ita l. S h e d id b e a u t ifu l n e e d le p o in t, lo v e d to g a r d e n and e n jo y e d anim a ls. LULA GRACE CAMPBELL L u l a G r a c e C a m p b e l l , 9 8 , o f A n n a q - u a s s it o k e , d ie d u n e x p e c t e d ly at her h o m e o n T u e s d a y , M a r c h 1 7 , 19 9 8 . A fu n e r a l se rvice w a s h e ld on S a tu r d a y , at the C a m b r i d g e U n i t e d P r e s b y te r ia n C h u r c h w i t h the R e v . P a m e la W o o d ­ m a n o f f i c i a t i n g . B u r i a l w i l l be a t W o o d l a n d s C e m e t e r y in C a m b r id g e at 10 a .m . o n S a t u r d a y , M a y 3 0 . S h e w a s b o r n Ju n e 4 , 18 9 9 , in S a n d - g a t e , V e r m o n t , t h e d a u g h te r o f H e r b e r t and G r a c e (S k i d m o r e ) M o f f i t t . W h e n she w a s a y o u n g g i r l , her fa m i l y m o v e d to C a m d e n V a l l e y and she w a s e d u c a te d there in a one ro o m sc h o o lh o u s e . S h e w a s m a r r ie d to th e late G e o r g e H a r v e y C a m p b e l l in 1 9 2 4 . S h e m o v e d to t h e C a m p b e l l fa r m w h e r e she r e s ided fo r 7 4 y e a r s . B e f o r e h e r m a r r ia g e , she w o r k e d at th e sh ir t fa c t o r y in S a le m and as a d o m e s tic at M e i k l e k n o x , th e resi­ d e n c e o f E d w i n and H e l e n M c C l e l l a n . S h e e n j o y e d h e r fa m i l y a n d he r h o m e a n d re a d in g . S h e d i d fin e h a n d ­ w o r k o f c r o c h e t in g a n d m a k in g rag ru g s , h a d a b e a u t ifu l g a r d e n a n d ho u s e p la n ts , lo v e d a n im a ls and ha d rescued a n d n u r s e d an o w l b a c k t o h e a lth . In a d d it io n to h e r h u s b a n d , she w a s p r e d e c e a s e d b y a sister, F r a n c e s H a n e r . S h e is s u r v i v e d b y three d a u g h te r s , G r a c e E . C a m p b e l l o f C a m b r i d g e , L i n a H a r r i n g t o n o f C o l o n i e and D o r o t h y M a L o s i o f P o e s t e n k il l; fo u r g r a n d c h il­ d r e n a n d fo u r g r e a t -g r a n d c h ild r e n . ■ M e m o r i a l d o n a t i o n s m a y be m a d e to th e C a m b r i d g e H is t o r ic a l S o c i e t y , c/o D a n i e l P o l a k , 23 U n i o n S t r e e t , C a m ­ b r id g e o r th e C a m b r i d g e R e s c u e S q u a d , P . O B o x 5 2 , C a m b r i d g e . g r e a t -n e p h e w s a n d a g r e a t-n ie c e . M e m o r i a l d o n a t io n s m a y b e m a d e to H o s p i c e o f W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y , 1 M y r t l e A v e . , C a m b r id g e . L i s a and Je r r y D 'A c c h i l l e , Jr . o f E a s t o n a n n o u n c e th e b irth o f th e ir tw i n c h ild r e n . B o m o n M a r c h 1 7 , 1 9 9 8 , at th e M a r y M c C l e l l a n H o s p i t a l in C a m b r id g e , w e r e a s o n , L u c i a n Jerom e : D 'A c c h i l l e a n d a d a u g h t e r , L i n n e a Ire n e D 'A c c h i l l e . T h e y jo i n an e ig h t y e a r o l d sister, M i c h a e l a Ire n e a n d a t e n y e a r o l d b r o t h e r ,'Je r r y Ja c o b a t h o m e . P a te r n a l g r a n d p a r e n ts are C a r o l a n d Je r r y D 'A c c h i l l e , S r . o f H o o s i c k F a l l s . M a t e r ­ n a l gran d p a re n ts are Ire n e a n d R o b e r t H e a d w e l l , S r . o f C a m b r i d g e . M a t e r n a l gre a t -g r a n d m o t h e r is E d i t h H e a d w e l l . We are lazier in our minds than In our bodies. -La Rochefoucauld H o m e E q u i t y L i n e s w i t h t h e B e s t R a t e O p t i o n s A v a i l a b l e C h o o se from: O tfet o r One of our standard low fixed rates. 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