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THE PEABODY ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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Obituaries
1. Orchids
2. Multipurpose Internet
Mail Extension
3. Benjamin Franklin’s
4. Love
5. W.C. Fields
6. Narcissus
7. Bicycling
8. Noah Webster
9. Stanza
10. Stockholm, Sweden
11. The cherry blossoms
(sakura)
12. Oliver Wendell Holmes
13. London’s
14. Earth Day
15. “Yogi” Berra
16. Artificial skin transplant
17. Italy
18. The Suez Canal
19. George Washington
20. Puck
Advocate
Answers
FROM
PAGE 14
The Advocate
HOROSCOPE
Aries
(March 21st-April 20th): The past couple of days have
probably demanded a lot of energy out of you, and forced you to
spend more time with people you didn’t want to. Focus on your home this
weekend and hide from the chaos. Fixing things up will boost your mood and
fluff up the energy around you.
Taurus
(April 21st-May 20th): Things are going to be getting stirred
up for you right now, and although this may be quite draining it is
time to break some of your old ways. Take note this weekend of how you let
family and friends impact your mood, and switch things up next week!
Gemini
(May 21st-June 20th): Clumsiness is going to be hard to
avoid this weekend. Try to laugh it off and not take it too seriously-
the planets are pushing your buttons right now but it will pass! A license or
exam you have been fearing may sneak up on you next week- prep!
Cancer
(June 21st-July 22nd): Be wary of who and what you
discuss this weekend, all ears are on you and people are extra bored
right now- a bad combination! Avoid drama by keeping chat light. Rest up
next week, May will be here soon and your schedule will be filling up fast.
Leo
(July 23rd-August 22nd): Double and triple check your bag
before leaving the house, and any tickets before a trip. Mercury is
causing some forgetfulness but just making sure everything is lined up will
prevent big problems. If you struggle to relax next week- get lost in a story.
Virgo
(August 23rd-September 22rd): Keep your new ideas to
yourself for a little while, the people you work with are feeling critical
and it won’t help with getting things in motion. Keep plotting and planning
yourself for when tension loosens up. Ask a friend for approval before taking
a fashion risk this weekend.
Libra
(September 23th-October 22rd): People from your past are
going to be popping up left and right, and as tempting as it may feel
to just put aside old feelings and reunite, think about it. What could their
motivation be? Unless you know there is no ill intention, keep up some
boundaries…history is very likely to repeat itself right now. The planets in
retrograde want you to learn anything that wasn’t earlier this year.
Scorpio
(October 23rd-November 22nd): Call out co workers that
are not pulling their weight this week. Laziness is all around you and
picking up slack will only cause reliance in the long run. As grouchy as your
coworkersmay seem, speaking up about what is other peoples jobs will help
your work as a whole and will be appreciated.
Sagittarius
(November 23rd-December 21st): Your moods will
be shifting fast and furious this week and next- and going with the
flow of your emotions is a good ideas. Feel it all, but be selective about who
you let hear your complaints. Some people want to help you, and others are
just waiting to use it against you. You’ll be able to judge it though! Things will
balance out soon.
Capricorn
(December22nd- January 19th): The retrogrades
currently happeningwill have youwanting to get the old gang together
and reconnect with those you lost touch with. Don’t invite anybody that has
hurt you though out of guilt…They may be close with others, but if your the
organizer you don’t need to do favors- you’ll regret it if you do!
Aquarius
(January 20th- February 19th): Getting defensive right
nowwill only support anything you are being accused of. Get in touch
with your true feelings, and only speak from the heart when someone
questions your motives. Full honestywill clear the air fastest, but holding back
will make people more nosey.
Pisces
(February 20th- March 20th): Avoid retail splurges right
now!! Shopping without thinking will cause more financial troubles
late this month than you might realize. There is places for your money to go,
so just stay on top of your due dates for bills! Stand your ground next week
when a friend tries to pry at the past and turn something into drama.
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Anne B. (Shnirman)
Strauss
E
ntered Eternal Rest at Ka-
plan Family Hospice on
Monday morning April 17,
2017. Born in Peabody on No-
vember 10, 1916, She was a
graduate of Peabody High
School 1933 and then attend-
ed Burdett College where
she studied bookkeeping
and then worked for Rooks
in Lynn. In 1940 she married
Daniel Strauss her husband
of 64 years until his passing
in 2004. In 1951 she and Dan-
ny opened “The Curtain Shop
of Gloucester”. In an era when
most married women stayed
home, this remarkablewomen
balanced her full time work-
ingwith her responsibilities as
wife and mother. In 1955, she
and Danny opened a second
store “Richard’s Curtain Shop”
in Danvers. Although the ven-
ture was successful, soon af-
ter, Anne returned to work-
ing in Gloucester with Dan-
ny to ease the toll on fami-
ly life. Together they made
it one of the leading fami-
ly owned home decorating
companies, which continues
today through a third gener-
ation. She and Danny moved
toMarblehead in 1955 and af-
ter years of being snow-birds,
settled in LakeWorth, FL. until
she returned to Woodbridge
in Peabody in 2013. Anne had
been an activemember of the
Eastern Star, Hadassah Sis-
terhood of the former Tem-
ple Beth El and recently Tem-
ple Ner Tamid. An avid golfer
until age 95, she had been a
member of Kernwood Coun-
try Club, Salem and Fountain
Country Club in Lake Worth.
Anne was also a marvelous
bridge player and played up
to her passing. Anne was the
beloved mother of Richard &
his wife Debby Strauss and
Michael Strauss. Cherished
grandmother of Robert & his
wife Lindsay Strauss and Jona-
than&hiswife Jennifer Strauss
and Proud great grandmother
of Dana Strauss and Saman-
tha Strauss. She was also the
dear sister of the late Aaron &
his surviving wife Hilda Sher-
man, the late Lena & Max Ba-
zer and the late Rose & Abra-
hamRaffer. Services were held
at Temple Ner Tamid, Peabody
onWednesday, April 19. Inter-
ment at Maple Hill Cemetery
Peabody. In lieu of flowers,
expressions of sympathy may
be made to a charity of one’s
choice . For online condolenc-
es go to: www.goldmanfc.com
Goldman Funeral Chapel, Mal-
den 1-800-982-3717.
Bessie“Betty”Miller
O
f Peabody, MA, formerly
of Brookline & Mattapan,
MA, passed away on April 17,
2017, at the age of 101. Dear
daughter of the late Abraham
and Celia(Greene) Miller; lov-
ing sister of the late Mollie
Wacks and Myer Miller; and
adored aunt of Phillip and his
wife VictoriaWacks, Alan Mill-
er, James Sherman and of the
late Judith Wacks Sherman.
A Graveside service was held
at Stepiner Cemetery, West
Roxbury onWednesday, April
19. In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions in Betty’s memory may
be made to a charity of your
choice. Stanetsky Memorial
Chapels 617-232-9300 www.
stanetsky.com.
Acoustic Archives Concert Series: Molly Pinto
Madigan at the Peabody Institute Library
T
hePeabody Institute Library
is pleased to announce the
next concert in our Acous-
tic Archives Concert Series,
which brings livemusic to the
library’s historic Sutton Room.
The series continues with
singer/songwriter Molly Pinto
Madigan and will be held on
Monday, May 8th at 7 p.m. at
theMain Library, located at 82
Main St. in Peabody.
Winner of the Boston Folk
Festival’s Songwriter Contest
and dual Creativity Award
recipient from Salem State
University, Molly Pinto Ma-
digan is a young songwrit-
er who has earned praise for
her angelic voice. Filled with
smoke and roses, heartbreak
and beauty and unrelent-
ing hope, her songs combine
haunting melodies with raw,
poetic lyrics to create an inti-
mate and evocative listening
experience.
The Acoustic Archives Con-
cert Series is generously spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Peabody Institute Libraries.
For more information and
to reserve your seat, please
call 978-531-0100 ext. 10, or
register online at http://www.
peabodylibrary.org.