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January 13, 1984

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Page 12 THE QUODDY TIDES 13 January, 1984 MR. and MRS. ROBERT WADE (Quoddy Tides Photo) 28th wedding anniversary observed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wade of Eastport celebrated their 28th wedding anniver- sary on December 31 at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stuart. Family members and friends were in attendance and the Wades received many flowers and gifts. They were also present- ed with a special cake made by daughter, Gloria. Workshop on Basic Twine Mending - Feb. 21 - 23 A nine-hour workshop for commercial fishermen on Basic Twine Mending will be offered this winter by the Continuing Education Division and Marine Trades Center of Washington County Vocation- al Technical Institute. Co-sponsored by the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program at the University of Maine, the workshop will be held from 6-9 p.m., February 21-23, at the Co-op II Dock in Stonington. Fee for the course is $10. This workshop will be led by Tom Duym, Commercial Fishing Instructor at the Marine Trades Center in Eastport. For further information or to offer course suggestions, contact Earl Myers, Director of Continuing Education, WCVTI, River Road, Calais, ME 04619, or telephone (207)454-2144. MILIANO&apos;S PIZZA HOUSE County Road, 8534662, Eastport HOURS: 11 AM - 7 PM Sun. 11 AM - 5 PM, Monday 11 AM- 11 PM, Tue. thruSat. Notify Post Office of address change How many times have you sent a letter to an old friend that was returned to you with the endorsement "Undeliver- able as Addressed, Forwarding Order Has Expired"? Make sure all your mail gets to you. When you are moving from one location to another, either in a different city or the same town, notify' your post office of your new address as soon as possible. Let them know the effective date of your move, so that they can be prepared to forward your mail in a timely manner. Convenient change of address kits are available at your local post office. These kits contain post card notices which you send to correspondents advising them of your new mailing address, so that their letters can reach you. When using these cards, remember that you should let all your publishers of news- papers, magazines and periodicals know, too, that you are relocating. Send them early, as it usually takes about six weeks for most publishers to update their files. The post office keeps your change of address on file for eighteen months, then removes it. If you wish to have your newspapers or magazines forwarded to .you, there is a box on the card to check to let the post office know that you will guarantee postage for the time it takes to have your address changed. If you move within your town or city, this service is provided with no charge to you. Remember, when addressing any cor- respondence, always put your correct re- turn address in the upper left corner. This assures that if it cannot be delivered, the Postal Service can return it to you promptly. EASTPORT (from page 7) ing address: SSGT. Daniel Bryant, Eco "725 Maint. M.S.B., Box 7580, Schofield Bko, Hawaii 96857. Mr. Philip Kilby, Doreen Rome and her children, Nickie and Stacey Rome of Old Orchard Beach spent some time rec- ently at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapais of Eastport and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kilby of Dennys- ville. Shelly, John and Kris Kilby spent some time at Old Orchard Beach with their father, and Shelly spent part of her Christmas vacation with him. CUSTOM DRAPERIES SHEERS / CUSTOM SHADES VERTICAL BLINDS WOVEN WOODS Fabric samples can be seen at R.R. 3, LEDGE RD. ST. STEPHEN, N.B, (3.8 km from King St.) TEL. 466-1553 Bank to conduct I RA planning demonstration in Eastport Bangor Savings Bank's Retirement Planning Department will be conducting an Individual Retirement Account plann- ing demonstration at the bank's Eastport office February 6 through l0 during regu- lar banking hours. The purpose of the demonstration is to assist area residents in determining their own retirement in- come objectives, and to show the benefits of saving for retirement through a tax- deferred Individual Retirement Account. The demonstration will make use of a financial computer which will make sav- ings and retirement income projections based on information provided by each participant. Participants who know the amount of retirement income they will need will learn how much they must save currently to help achieve that goal. Those who know the amount of savings they can currently afford will learn what their retirement benefits may be. It is estimated that most people will require 70%-80/of their pre-retirement income in order to maintain the life-style they want. Social Security, as it is current- ly structured, will provide only about 30% of that amount. Even many who partici- pate in company pension plans will need to have another source of retirement income. There is no charge for the service • which will only take a few minutes to complete. For more information, contact: Andy Seeley, 853-2535 or Ron Albrecht, Re- tirement Planning, 942-5211 or 1-800- 432-1591. New President Eastport C of C by Susan Esposito Robert Wallace was elected president of the Eastport Chamber of Commerce at the organization's Annual Meeting which was held on Thursday, January 5, at the Eastport Elementary School. Wallace, manager of Federal Marine, succeeds Chris Mumme who had held the position for the past five years. Mumme was voted in as the Chamber's vice-presi- dent, Gail Mumme will remain as secre- tary and Robert Burr will continue to be the group's treasurer. Chamber of Commerce members ap- pointed Otto "Junior" Miller to repre- sent them on the Port Authority and Chris Mumme as their representative on the Economic Development Committee in Eastport. Before the elections were held, Presi- dent Mumme listed the Chamber's 1983 accomplishments which included the erection of the "Welcome to Eastport" sign (reimbursed by Guilford Mills), co- sponsoring the mini-Port Day in May, donating toward the Eastport brochure, the Historical Society and Port Days and placing representatives on the Eastport Economic Development Committee and the Port Authority. 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