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.... , , , BOSTON POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21,2011 Page15 ZUMIX (Continued from Page 7) ZUMIX RADIO Radio-Active Friday 4-6pm If you love music and you love to talk this is the pro- gram to check out. You will go live on the air with your own radio show. We will teach you how to run equip- ment, structure a program and how to use your voice effectively over the air- waves. Join the growing ros- ter of ZUMIX Radio hosts and develop of following of your own weekly radio show! Transmit Tues & Thurs 4-6pm Have you ever met a per- son, formed an opinion about them and then later learned something about them that totally changed the way you see them, or see yourself? Everyone has stories! What are yours? In Transmit, we explore current media and what it means to be a me- dia-maker and a story-teller. You will be trained to conduct interviews, edit content and record on state-of-the-art equipment. All you need is a curiosity about the world around you and willingness to ask questions. What is your story? ZUMIX SPROUTS AGE 7-12 Sprouts Ensemble Tuesday 4-6pm Sprouts Ensemble is an exciting introduction to the magical world of music for younger participants. Together students learn about fundamentals of mu- sic, different instruments and the music of different cultures. Participants will attend live performances at ZUMIX, as well as in the community. Fairytales Alive Wednesday 4-6pm Once upon a time there was a group of students who liked to act, to sing, and to dance. They met to act out different fables and fairy tales, and presented them at the end of the semester to happy audiences. They had so much fun and lived hap- pily ever after! To be a mem- ber of this fabulous cast, join Fairytales Alive! LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 Docket No MI11P0002EA In the Estate of LUCY C MINER Late of FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701 Date of Death January 28, 2010 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, a petition has been presented requesting that a document purporting to be the last will of said decedent be proved and allowed and that DEBORAH L MINER CORRIGAN of Mitdord, M, , be appointed executor/trix, named in the will to serve Without Surety. IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT THERETO, YOU OR YOUR ATTORNEY MUST FILE AWRrFrEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COUP, T AT CAMBRIDGE ON OR BEFORE TEN O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING (10:00 AM)ON FEBRUARY 7, 2011. In addition, you must file a written affidavit of objections to the petition, stating specific facts and grounds upon which the objection is based, within (30) days after the return day (or such other time as the court, on motion with notice to the petitioner, may allow) in accordance with Probate Rule 16. WITNESS, HON. PETER C. DiGANGI, First Justice of this Court. Date: January 10, 2011 Tara E. DeCristofaro, Register of Probate Run date: 1/21/11 LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 Docket No. MI10D3743DR DIVORCE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING CLAIRE C GALLAGHER VS. PAUL JAMES GALLAGHER JR. To the Defendant: The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for Divorce requesting that the Court grant a divorce for Irretrievable Breakdown. The Complaint is on file at the Court. An Automatic Restraining Order has been entered in this matter preventing you from taking any action which would negatively impact the current financial status of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate Court Rule 411. You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon: Claire C Gallagher, 65 Walnut Street, Belmont, MA 02478, your answer, if any, on or before March 1, 2011. If you fail to do so, the court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of this action. You are also required to file a copy of your answer, if any, in the office of the Register of this Court. WITNESS, HON. PETER C. DiGANGI, First Justice of this Court. Date: January 11,2011 Tara E. DeCdstofaro, Register of Probate Run date: 1/21/11 DIVORCE CRIMINAL 230 MSGR. O'BRIEN HIGHWAY LAW OFFICES OF Fme,1K J. C00aNO GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW WILLS ESTATE PLANNING TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY WORKERSCOMP. 617-354-9400 Si Parla Italiano CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02141 Real Estate Matt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 Dave Sisler was Top Sox Rookie in '56 Dave Sisler, the 1956 Red Sox Rookie of the Year passed away recently from complications from prostate cancer. Sisler was the last surviving child of Baseball Hall of Famer George Sisler. He pitched for the Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators and Cincinnati Reds for whom his father also played. Sisler was a 6 foot-4 right-hander who went 9-8 in his rookie sea- son and was rewarded as the winner of the Harry Agganis Award given to the team's top rookie that season. His best season was with the Tigers as a relief pitcher when he went 7-5 in 41 games with a 2.48 ERA. Sisler's brother Dick played in the majors with the Phila- delphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds. Another brother George Jr. played minor league ball before becoming a profes- sional baseball executive. Their sister, Frances, repre- sented the Sisler family in Seattle in 2004 when the Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki broke George Sisler's 84 year-old-record of 257 hits in a season. No Tax Break, No Bullpen Changes I read a news story the other day concerning Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox. I don't have the Bos- ton Globe article in front of me but the jest of the story concerned changes out in right field to make pitchers in the bullpen safer. The Sox apparently were seeking per- mission to do so, and to also get a tax break at the same time. Well, the tax break didn't come their way, so the club put off those changes for now. I guess those safety concerns weren't that great after all. At least, not with- out a tax break or two. Artie Wilson Ran Out of Luck in Majors Artie Wilson was one of the great shortstops of the Negro baseball leagues passed away recently at 90 years of age. In 1948, he batted .402 for the Birmingham Black Barons in the Negro Ameri- can League. He played five years for Birmingham and was so good at hitting to the opposite field, he was given the Wilson Shift treatment. They opened up left field for him despite missing part of his right thumb. He twice led his league in batting and became a mentor to a young future Hall of Famer Willie EXTRA Innings by Sal Giarratani Mays. This lefty, known for his speed, was a great lead- off player and could hit well to the opposite field that all three outfielder usually gave him the shift treatment guarding center to right and not worrying about left field. His highest average of .402 was the last time any pro- fessional baseball player broke the .400 barrier. In 1949, he was signed by the Cleveland Indians and sent to the San Diego Padres in the Triple A Pacific Coast League, where he led that league in batting with a .348 average. The following year, he hit .312. In 1951, he made it to the majors with the San Francisco Giants but only played in 22 games. He played a few more years in the minors before retiring A great ball player in the Negro Leagues, he had tough luck in the majors unlike Satchel Paige, Willie Mays, Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella or Minnie Min- oso. He could have been one of the greats had the color barrier not blocked his en- try into the majors, appar- ently, passed his prime. Uggla, Braves Reach 5 Year Extension Slugging second baseman Dan Uggla has reached a pre- liminary agreement with the Atlanta Braves on a 5-year, $62 million contract exten- sion. Uggla was acquired from the Florida Marlins this past November. Uggla, 30, is a two time All-Star and hit .287 with 33 home runs and 105 RBIs last season. Mariners Bring Back Miguel The Seattle Mariners and Miguel Olivo agreed on a 2- year, $7 million deal, bring- ing the catcher back to the club. In 2010, he hit a career high .269 with 14 homers and 58 RBIs. Orioles Get New Closer The Baltimore Orioles gave right-hander Kevin Gregg a $10 million, two year con- tract. Last season, he went 2-6 with a 3.51 ERA and 37 saves with the Toronto Blue Jays. Buckner, Baseball and Brockton The Brockton Rox have hired former Red Sox first baseman a two-year deal to manage the Brockton Rox in the independent Can-Am League. We all remember Buckner who allowed that ground ball by Mookie Wilson to race between his legs and into right field in the 10 th inning of Game 6 of the 1986 World Series against the NY Mets. That ill-timed error became his Boston legacy. Buckner now 61 years old has been out of baseball since 1977. Today it appears both Buckner and Boston fans have moved on from that horrible play in 1986 that actually "cre- ated" the Curse of the Bambino Good luck to Bill Buckner and the Brockton Rox. Closer Hoffman Retring All-time saves leader Trevor Hoffman has retired at age 43 and will take a job in the front office of the San Diego Padres for which he played most of his career. He was also with the LA Dodg- ers. He retires with 601 saves over 18 seasons. MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed General Bido for MPA Contra No. APl111-CI, FY 2611- 2014TERM CONTRACT FOR ABATEMENT, REMEDIATION AND REPLACEMENT MATERIALS, ALL MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY FACILI- TIES, will be received by the Massachusetts Port Authority at the Capital Programs Department Office, Suite 209S, Logan Office Conter, One Hart Drive, East Boston, Massachusetts (Y2128, untit 11:00 A.M local lime on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 immediately after which, in a designated room, the bids will be opened and read publicly. NOTE: PREBID CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD AT THE CAPITAL PROGRAMS DEPARTMENT (ABOVE ADDRESS) AT 1:00 P.M. LOCAL TIME ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2011 The work includes ABATEMENT/REMEDIATION OF ASBESTOS AND ASBESTOS CONTAMINATED TE- RIALS, MICROBIALLY4MPACTED/WATER-OAMAGED MATERIALS, LEAD-BASED PAINT COATED/CON- TAMINATED SURFACES AND GUANO-COVERED/CONTAMINATED SURFACES; REliC'nON, REPLACE- BENT, REPAIR AND RERNISHING IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS WORK. Bid documents will be made available beginning WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2611 The estimated contract cost is $400,000.00. Bid Documents in electronic format may be obtained free of charge at the Authodty's Capital Programs Deperlme Office, together with any addenda or amendments, which the Authority may issue and a printed copy of the Proposal form. A proposal guaranty shall be submitted with each General Bid consisting of a bid deposit for five (5) percent of the value of the bid; when subbids are required, each must be accompanied by a deposit equal to five (5) percent of the subbid amount, in the form of a bid bond, or cash, or a certified check, or a treasurer's or a cashier's check issued by a responsible bank or trust company, payable to the Massachusetts Port Authority in the name of which the Contract for the work is to be executed. The bid deposit shall be (a) in a form satisfactory to the Authority, (b) With a surety company qualified to do business in the Commonwealth and satisfactory to the Authority, and (c) conditioned upon the faithful performance by the principal of the agreements contained in the bid. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond and a labor end materials payment bond, each in an amount equal to 100% of the Contract price. The surety shall be a surety company or securities satisfactory to the Authority. Attention is called to the minimum rate of wages to be paid on the work as determined under the provisions of Chapter 149, Massachusetts General Laws, Section 26 to 27G, inclusive, as amended. The Contractor will be required to pay minimum wages in accordance with the schedules listed in Division II, Special Provisions of the Specifications, which wage rates have been predetermined by the U. S. Secretary of Labor and/or the Commissioner of Labor and Industries of Massachusetts, whichever is greater. The successful Bidder will be required to purchase and maintain Bodily Injury Uability Insurance and Property Damage Liability Insurance for a combineq single limit of $1,000,000.00. Said policy shall be on an occurrence basis and the Authority shall be included as an Additional Insured. See the insurance sections of Division I, General Requirements and Division II, Special Provisions for complete detaJls. This Contract is also subject to Affirmative Action requirements of the Massachusetts Port Authority contained in the NonDiscrimination and Affirmative Action arlicle of Division I, General Requirements and Covenants, and to the Secretary of Labor's Requirement for Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Opportunity and the Standard Federal Equal Opportunity Construction Contract Specifications (Executive Order 11246). The General Contractor isrequired to submit a Certification of NonSegregated Facilities prior to award of the Contract, and to notify prospective subcontractors of the requirement for such certification where the subcontract exceads St0,000. Complete information and authorization to view the site may be obtained from the Capital Programs Department Office at the Massachusetts Port Authority. The right is reserved to waive any informality in or reject any or all proposals. MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY THOMAS J. KINTON, JR. CEO AND EXECUTIVE DRECTOR WWW.BOSTON POSTGAZETTE.COM Run date: 1/21/11 ,r