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Caleb Ginsberg Raises Funds for Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Caleb Ginsberg, son of Michael Ginsberg and Sarah Ramsay of Amherst has started a foundation, Motivating Miles to raise money for the pediatric oncology unit at DanaFarber Cancer Institute in Boston. The first significant fundraising event will be the November 2 New York City Marathon. Caleb's objectives in founding Motivation Miles is to bring hope to cancer patients and their families as they battle the disease. Caleb's family recently had three members diagnosed in the same week with cancer. "Like so many, we are working towards a long term goal of ending cancer. In the short term, our hope is to help those affected deal with their diagnosis at their own pace and in their own way," wrote Caleb. Caleb is a graduate of Souhegan High School where he played baseball and Northeastern University. He is currently employed by the New York Yankees. This is the first marathon Caleb has ever run, but sees his challenge as paling in comparison to the battles being fought by those with cancer. Join Caleb's team and make a tax-deductible donation in honor of someone fighting the disease or someone who has lost his or her battle. Caleb has set a race day goal of $50,000 and needs your help to achieve it. To donate go to the Motivating Miles website: www.motivatingmiles.com

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SHS Teacher on "Millionaire"

Caldwell Peyton Smith

Caldwell P. Smith, 89, resident of Amherst, NH, died October 12, 2008 at Harborside Healthcare Center-Crestwood in Milford, NH, after a brief and sharp decline. He was born in Waco, TX on March 21, 1919, the fifth child of the late Norman Harrison Smith and Louise Minta Morrow Smith of Waco, Texas, both descendants of original Jamestown Colony. His mother and two sisters were members of the D.A.R. Caldwell Smith was a veteran of WWII seeing action in North Africa, Sicily and Southern Italy as Communications Officer of the 31st Fighter Squadron in the U.S. Army Air Corps, honorably discharged in 1945 with the rank of Captain. He attained the rank of Major in the reserves. Mr. Smith continued Federal Service as an electronic engineer at Hanscomb Field Research Facility, Bedford, MA, in synthetic speech and intelligibility research. He holds multi patents and has published widely in technical journals. He simultaneously continued his lifelong interest in music begun as a teenage double bass player with the Waco Symphony Orchestra. He played with the Gilbert and Sullivan Society in Cambridge, MA, and the swing band The Moonlighters composed of numerous Cambridge engineers. He was the recipient of a Fulbright Travel Grant in 1954-55 to record tribal music in East Africa, assistant to the eminent ethnomusicologist, Klaus Waxmann. His recordings and photographs of tribal musicians of Uganda, Tanganyika and Congo Pygmies are in the archives of the Welcomb Institute, London, UK, and the University of California Los Angeles. He was for many years the recording engineer for Boston Records. Since retirement he lived in Amherst for the past 15 years, he has continued his interest in jewelry making and lapidary and silversmithing. He has been actively involved with the Manchester Art Association. Some of his photographic and three-dimensional images are currently on display in the MAA gallery on Elm Street, Manchester, NH. Surviving family members include his wife of 58 years, Leslie (Melville) Smith of Amherst, NH; three sons, Roderick Melville Smith of Amherst, NH, Duncan Barbour Smith of Renton, WA, Russell Harrison Smith; two grandchildren, Amanda Balo and Malinda (Balo) Armstrong, both of Washington; two brothers, Tarleton Smith of Alaska and Earl Smith of California; many nieces and nephews. Funeral services are private. Smith & Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm Street, is handling arrangements. To leave an online condolence, please go to www.smithheald.com

Marcey Rawitscher with Meredith Vieira on "Millionaire."

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"Finding a Fallen Hero" With Bob Korkuc

AMHERST - The Amherst Town Library invites you to join us for the third and final program in our adult evening series, "Genealogy Specials: Find Your Family at Your Library." Honoring Veteran's Day, local Amherst author Bob Korkuc shares the full story of his recently published book, Finding a Fallen Hero: The Death of a Ball Turret Gunner, on Tuesday, November 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Johnson Meeting Room. The book famed filmmaker Ken Burns calls a "riveting story" tells of how Bob's uncle, Anthony "Tony" Korkuc, was killed in World War II while on a Flying Fortress bombing mission over Germany in February of 1944. And as the last program in our "Genealogy Specials" series, Bob reveals how one goes about researching a war death over 50 years ago. Korkuc dug up military documents and private letters and interviewed people in both the United States and Germany. He tracked down surviving crewmembers and even found the brother of the Luftwaffe pilot who downed the B-17. By writing in detail about one lost warrior, Bob honors many. The presentation includes 100 related slides including maps, photos, and research and details how Bob's uncle trained to become an Aircrewman along with the fate of the 10men aircrew lost in combat. Author Bob Korkuc is an electrical engineer who lives in Amherst with his wife and children. This special event is free and open to the public. You can register by calling 673-2288, emailing [email protected] amherst.lib.nh.us or by visiting our website at www.amherst.lib.nh.us and selecting "Calendar of Events."

said that she loves her life and her job and would have it no other way. She has had many other jobs including a secretary, working for an antinuclear weapons movement and a bond banker. It took her 35 years to find her niche and she said she's finally happy with her job. Her 8 year old daughter, Hannah sat in the "Millionaire" audience as her on-air companion for the show. Hannah was a huge help to Marcey helping choose her mother's wardrobe for the show. Marcey said, "I have no sense of fashion and had to ask my "professional stylist" (Hannah) for help." If Marcey wins big on the "Millionaire", she will use her winnings to fix her house, get out of debt and start a college fund for her daughter. On Friday's episode Marcey used her "Ask The Audience" lifeline on the $500 question, which was: Category, `Electronics' ­ "The smile shutter" feature is one of the latest technological advancements on what kind of electronic device? A: iPod, B: Laptop computer, C: Highdef television, D: Digital camera." Marcey went with the advice of the audience and correctly guessed the answer to be "D." Marcey used her "Ask The Expert" lifeline on the $16,000 question, which was: Category, `Bon Voyage' ­ "On his trip around the globe in the classic novel "Around the World in Eighty Days," Phileas Fogg travels primarily in what direction? A: North, B: South, C: East, D: West." Marcey connected with "Expert" Nancy Christy with a face to face Skype video call. Nancy is a fellow teacher and is the only woman to ever walk away with the top prize

Bob Korkuc, author of "Finding a Fallen Hero."

on the U.S. version of "Millionaire." Nancy was fairly confident that the correct answer was "C." Marcey decided to trust her advice and correctly answered the question. On Monday's episode Marcey used her "Phone A Friend" lifeline on the $25,000 question, which was: Category, `Foreign Phrases' ­ "Meaning "never seen," what French phrase refers to the odd feeling of not recognizing something that should be familiar? A: Jamais vu, B: Toujours vu, C: Encore vu, D: Souvent vu." Marcey called her friend Linda Sakellar (a high school French teacher also from Amherst), who knew that the answer was "A." Marcey went with her advice and correctly answered the question. Marcey used her "Double Dip" lifeline on the $50,000 question, which was: Category, `Famous Paintings' ­ "Which of the following is not visible in the background of Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting "Mona Lisa"? A: A road, B: A mountain, C: An aqueduct, D: A bird." Marcey guessed the answer to be "D," and was correct. Marcey's $100,000 question was: Category, `History of Film' ­ "Commissioned by Thomas Edison, the earliest surviving copyrighted motion picture depicts a man doing what? A: Firing a rifle, B: Sneezing, C: Biting an apple, D: Laughing." Out of lifelines and unsure of the answer, Marcey decided to not take a guess and walk away with the guaranteed $50,000 that she had already won. If she had guessed incorrectly on the $100,000 question, she would have fallen back to $50,000 in winnings. The correct answer was "B."

William P. Maas Sr.

William P. Maas, Sr., 51, resident of Amherst, NH, died October 12, 2008 at his home. He was born in Oceanside, LI, NY on January 6, 1957, a son Dorothy (Donner) Maas Dishong of Amherst, NH and the late Ronald E. Maas. Mr. Maas resided in Amherst for more than 35 years and owned and operated Maas & Son Roofing and Restoration Company. He was a man of many dreams and passions. With a strong love of music, he was on a mission to save the world. He loved everyone he met and gave all that he could give. He was more than generous and dedicated to his family whom he loved. He enjoyed his farm and the many animals he had, especially his three joyful companions, his puppies. Mr. Maas authored a book on potassium entitled, "The Book of Life" In addition to his mother, family members include his wife of 29 years, Diane M. (Roy) Maas of Amherst, NH; a son, William P. Maas, Jr. of Amherst, NH; two daughters, Kimberly A. Maas and Jessica L. Maas, both of Amherst, NH; two grandchildren, Alexis and Stacy; a sister, Adele L. Mogavero of Peterborough, NH; two brothers, Ronald A. Maas of New Boston, NH and Karl R. Maas of Michigan; his stepfather, Paul Dishong of Amherst, NH; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, grand nieces and grand nephews. Visiting hours are Wednesday, October 15th from 5-8 pm in the Smith & Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm Street, Milford, NH. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 10:00 in the Milford United Methodist Church, 327 North River Road, Milford, NH. Burial will follow in Meadowview Cemetery, Amherst. Smith & Heald Funeral Home, Milford, is handling arrangements. To leave an online condolence, please go to www.smith-heald.com

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