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WE buy junk cars and trucks. Call Pat at Jean-Guy’s in Pelham, a N.H. Certified Green Yard, at 603-635-7171. 9/10-10/1/10 AR
PENNY’S CHILD CARE: A fun, loving, learning environment. Pre-school program daily. Well established, licensed, day-care has openings for your child. Hudson, call Penny at 603-886-7970. 8/27-9/17/10
***A LIMITED TIME *** 20% OFF 1st Time Costumers. Your home will be cleaned to your highest expectations by trained professional at surprisingly affordable rates. Call Taciana: 603-966-5339. tacicleaning@hotmail. com More information:
WINDOW & GUTTER Cleaning: 20 yrs. of friendly, courteous service. Professional cleaning of your windows and/or gutters. Get a cleaner window than anyone else. Ask how? Pressure washing too. Licensed and Insured. 5% Senior, Military, & New Customer Discount. Call 603-898-4213. 9/3-9/24/10
9/17-10/8/10 FOR RENT
SALEM, SUNNY 2-BR Garden Condo: Heat, Water & Plowing included. $1050/ Furnished for $1200. Harmony RE, 883-8840.
SMALL EFFICIENCY STUDIO in my Salem home, off street parking and private decks. 1 mile from Rtes. 213 and 93. $600 includes all. 603-898-5425. 9/17-9/24/10
BED: Orthopedic 10” thick pillow-top mattress & box. New in plastic. Cost: $900, Sell: Queen- $285, King: $395, Full: $260. Can deliver. 603-235-1773
BEDROOM: 6 pc. Solid Cherrywood Sleigh-bed, all dovetail drawers. New in boxes. Cost $2100, sell $750. Call 603-235-1773. 9/17-9/24/10 AR
COPIER, Xerox Phaser 7750DN, HP Laserjet 2100, Water cooler, & Comdial Impression Phone system. Call Jeff at 880-1516, or email: Jeff@areanewsgroup.com
HOT TUB/SPA: 5/6 person, brand new 2010, all options, MP3/ipod dock, speakers, LED lights, cover. Cost: $8200, sacrifice $4200. Can deliver, 603-235-1695.
9/17-9/24/10 AR FOR SALE
MAPLE/Antique White & Cherry CABINETS: Never installed, solid wood, dovetail, soft close drawers. Inventory reduction! Cost: $7250, Sell:
$1775. 603-235-1695 9/17- 9/24/10 AR
NUTFIELD FIREWOOD, Good Quality and Quantity. Clean, Seasoned Hardwood. Cut, Split, Delivered. Call 603-434-3723. 8/27-9/17/10
HELP WANTED Attention Stylists!
Booth Rental Opportunity
Make your own Hours No Contracts!
One free wk/year First week free to start Call Darren,
RN and LNA needed for home care positions. Call today for more info, J&K Home Care, 603-893-9214.
9/17-9/24/10 HOME IMPROVEMENT
A to Z Daniel’s Hand-d-Man: Specializing in jobs to small for remodeler’s or contractors and husband-to-do-list. Big and small inside and outside, yard-work, replacement windows & doors, painting, in and out. Fully insured. Dan, 603-365-6470. 9/17-10/8/10
PUBLIC NOTICES TOWN OF SALEM
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED WEEK OF 9-6-10
Pilch Family Trust, 19 N. Policy Street,9-7-10,BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $1554 William Stiehler, 76 Pleasant Street, 9-7-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0 Stephen P & Dawn M Twombly, 8 Ridgeview Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0 Wesley J Dumont, 7 Cheryl Road, 9-9-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $6500 Joshua R & Elizabeth M Frias, 5 Becky Drive, 9-9-10, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $0 Micro Seconds, Abbas Adam Trustee, 291 S. Broadway, 9-7-10, BL-Commercial, $7000 G & V Realty Trust-Matteo G Gallo Trustees, 101 Main Street, 9-9-10, BL-Commercial,$0 Maximun Mattress-Taurus S. Broadway LLC, 419 S Broadwat, 9-9-2010, BL-Comm. $0 Shyers—Rose Val Co, 380 S Broadway, 9-9-10, BL-Commercial$0 Andrew Ramsey, 22 Azarian Road, 9-7-10, BL-Deck, $450 Marlo C & Imelda C Rogelio Baldio, 107 Porcupine Circle, 9-10-10, BL-Deck, $1450 Gio Realty LLC, Bruce & Roseanne Silver, 11 O’Shaughnessy Ln, 9-8-10, BL-Res New Dwell. $0 John R Lavallee Construct. LLC, William Marden, 8 Eagle’s Nest Ridge,BL-Res.New Dwell. $0 Delta & Delta Realty Trust, 235 S. Broadway, 9-9-20, BL-Commercial Raze, $18,000 Town of Salem, 55 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 60 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 57 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 59 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 58 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 56 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Town of Salem, 62 Haigh Ave, 9-8-10, BL-Residential Raze, $0 Rosemary F Tisdale Trustee, 30 Granite Ave, 9-9-10, BL-Shed, $0 Nicole A French-Anthony Joseph Coco, 25 Hampstead Rd, 9-10-10, BL-Shed, $0
*JACOBS CONSTRUCTION* Additions, decks, screened porches, basements, interior trim work, etc. Licensed and insured. Over 25 years experience. We accept MC, Visa, Discover. Call Joe, 603-635-9953. www.
JOE’S Handyman Service - I do what he won’t. No job too small. All around home repair and maintenance. Bathroom and basement remodeling, decks, doors, windows, light plumbing, electrical, indoor and outdoor painting. Pool openings and closings, and snow plowing. Call 603-670- 8151 (cell) or 603-893-8337.
8/27-11/26/10 Papa Poole’s
Making customers extremely happy since the 1970’s!
Exterior & Interior Painting Cabinets Painted, Light Carpentry Low Prices!
PJP & SON PAINTING- Painting & Decorating, Serving Southern NH and Northern Mass. Constant Professionalism. Interior & Exterior. Insured, Free Estimates. 603-300-8623, 603-845-3801 9/10-10/29/10
LANDSCAPING MR. GRASS’ Property Maintenance- Mowing $25+, Yard-Care, Fall Clean-up/ Improvement, Painting. We’ll beat all competitors prices, Guaranteed. Fully Insured. Call Curt at 356-356-356. 9/10-9/17/10
Pool Closings Pool Openings Liner Replacement
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Pool Services PETS
PROFESSIONAL PET SITTING Etc.,
603-888-8088, www. profpetsit.com
, now hiring in some areas. 9/10-10/1/10 AR
SHELTIE PUP, 12 weeks old, Tri, health certificates, shots up to date, house-broken. Sable litter, born 9/5/10, family raised, $600, taking deposits,
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Salem Community Patriot September 17, 2010 - 13
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DO YOU HAVE MOLD? Are You Getting Sick? Professional Indoor Air Quality Remedies. Get solutions, not gimmicks. Air/ Surface Testing; Mold/Bacteria Cleaning & Remediation; Air Duct Cleaning; Air Purification Solutions. Certified and Insured. Call Today,
FREE REMOVAL of unwanted lawn and garden equipment; mowers (no push mowers), snow-blowers, tractors, etc., running or not. Call 603-437-0803. 9/17-10/1/10
JUNK REMOVAL. You call, We haul. Weekly trash pick-up. Next Day Service. Free Estimates, Fully Insured. We also do Attic, Basement, Garage and Estate Clean-outs. Call John, 603-889-7173, 978-758-8371. 9/17-9/24/10
T.J. MALLEY Electric: Service Work is Our Specialty, Major Credit Cards Accepted. Call today!! 603-595-2970 8/27-9/17/10 AR
LOOKING for TV, VCR, washing machine, dryer, computer, scrap metal, lawn mower. Will pick up. Call
Sammy, 603-235-2648. 9/3- 11/19/10
UNWANTED Scrap metal, cars and trucks, lawn tractors, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, etc. Will pick up. Call Steve at 261-5452. 9/17-9/24/10
GARAGE SALE: Sun, 9/19, 12:30-1:30pm, 9 Charles Street, Salem. Pine table & chairs-good condition, recliner, household odds and ends. 9/17/10
SAT, 9/18, 9am-2pm, 164 Zion Hill Rd, Salem. Household items, glassware, books, toys, aloe plants, misc.
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Obituary Richard E. McCarthy, M.D.
Richard E. McCarthy, M.D., 76, of Salem, died September 9, 2010, at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA. Dr. McCarthy was born in Dorchester, MA, the son of the late Ann (Stadelmann) and Richard McCarthy. He grew up in Jamaica Plain, MA, and graduated from Boston Latin High School. He received his bachelor’s degree from Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA, and his Doctor of Medicine degree from New York Medical College. Dr. McCarthy was a surgeon in the Navy during the Vietnam Era aboard the USS Forrestal. Dr. McCarthy was a general and vascular
DOUGLAS & JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC.
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James L. Johnson(1959 - 2008)
surgeon in private practice in Salem for 30 years. He was Chief of Surgery at both the Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, MA, and the Lawrence General Hospital. Dr. McCarthy served as Chief of Staff at Holy Family Hospital for many years. In his retirement, he enjoyed volunteering at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, and was Past President of the Currier Museum Docents. He is survived by his beloved wife of 48 years, Anita
(Leavis) McCarthy of Salem; three sons, Richard McCarthy II and his wife Cathleen of Milton, MA, Matthew McCarthy and his wife Jean of Waukesha, WI, and Justin McCarthy and his wife Sarah of Bedford; daughter, Christine McCarthy of Salem; sister, Paula Tuite of Long Island, NY; eight grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass was celebrated September 15 at St. Matthew Parish in Windham. Burial followed in Pine Grove Cemetery, Salem. Memorial donations in Dr. McCarthy’s name may be made to Lawrence General Hospital, Critical Care Unit, One General Street, Lawrence, MA 01841. Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main Street in Salem, had care of the arrangements. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
having a memorial service for her mother who passed away. Is it appropriate to still send flowers? What do people do in a case like this? A: You ask a very good question. Traditionally, it was very common to send flowers for the funeral of a family member or friend who had died. Flowers have long been a part of the funeral process. They serve to not only decorate around the casket, giving a pleasant fragrance to the funeral area, but they also served the purpose of decorating the grave until the grass had a chance to reestablish itself at the cemetery. Today, with the increase in families choosing to hold memorial services or “celebrations of life,” the flower dynamic can be quite different. The primary reason that a person would send flowers in the first place is that they are using this gesture to support the family, as well as to honor and acknowledge the person who has passed. Flowers can still be a very significant way to do this, even when we are talking about an alternative form of funeral service. The concern at this time now becomes “what do we do with the flowers after the memorial service ends?” Since there is no cemetery, per se, to decorate, where do the flowers go? This is where it is important to consider using flowers that have more than one possible use. By possible use, I mean that after the services have ended, do we have an additional
use for the flowers that have been ordered? Traditional funeral flowers are designed to go to a cemetery and decorate a grave. Since chances are there is no cemetery involved in a memorial service, traditional flowers would probably not be suitable. In a case such as this, a possible alternative would be something like a vase, dish garden, or smaller arrangement that a family member could take home and enjoy for a longer period of time. Another suitable possibility could be a plant,
tree, or bush that could be transplanted and enjoyed for years to come. Silk arrangements are also a viable possibility. If a family is using a church or public facility for the service, you may want to contact the funeral care advisor to see if flowers could be sent that could be used not only for the service, but also by the church for future services in honor of the person who has passed. In fact, some friends have made it a point to donate the flowers that decorate the church alter in memory of the person who has died. It is important to know what type of services
are being planned to make sure that you are sending appropriate flowers for that particular service. Once you know the particular form of services that are being held, your local florist or funeral care professional should be able to advise you as to what options are available that would be appropriate for that particular form of service.
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