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Page 6 THE QUODDY TIDES 23 Mareh,l 00l-a ble 00l-alk,. by Kathleen White The weatherman always has surprises in store for us and we certainly got one this week. tfope this wanning trend will continue for a little while at least. Blood pressure day was the 20th and our attendant in charge was Marion (ook. On March 6 we really had a super-dup- er volunteer dinner, with an abundance of people and delicious food. Our cook, Terry Mealey cooked the meal and I have been asked to put the following an- nouncement in the paper, and I shall quote verbatim as it was given to me. "Good Evening: It gives me great pleas- ure to welcome you to our Annual Vol- unteer's dinner, in their honor. From those who serve the tables and decorate them, play the piano, and singers to the Kitchen Band; those who say the bless- ings, the drivers of the home delivered meals, our news reporter, and those who assist in our fund raising projects, and everyone who contributed to the success of our meals program in any way, I thank you for making this Center the best in Maine, and probably the Nation". Those who served the tables were Shirley Bassett, lnez Kierstead and Patti Craig. The Center was closed March 14 due to inclement weather. However, the fol- lowing day quite a few managed to get in to dinner. March 16 we celebrated St. Patrick's Day and opened the program with Jim Jollotta playing a piano solo. We had readings by Winnie McConnell, Evelyn MacDonald, Jane Knowlton and Kath- leen White, all pertaining to Ireland and- the Shamrock. The walls were decorated with figures and bits and pieces of Ire- land. Winnie McConnell had decorations on the tables of shamrocks and bows stuck in styrofoam. We also had a delic- ious cake, contributed by Susan Brown of Dennysville, decorated with "Snoopy" the dog, of the cartoon "Peanuts"-it looked so real. The cake was given in memory of Susan's father, Johnny Craig. The ice cream was provided by Ruth Na- dean. Louise Adams made crocheted shamrocks for the volunteers to wear. Louise Adams is back in harness again after visiting her daughter in Florida and Waldo Berry's son, Dale from Yarmouth, R.I. came to eat with us. Millie Ricker's husband "Dar" was also in to see us. Ivan Wentworth has been coming to meals of late. Jim Follis is in the hospital and word has it that he is better. We will be having our March birthday party on the 27th. Ms. Marina E. Thibeau will also be here on the 27th. The prizes were won by Alice Green, Helen Boone, Mabel Scott, John Smith, Joe Kendall, Vera Parker, Walter Towns- end and Clarence Townsend. ROLLING BACK THE YEARS F R 0 M T H E 1".4 S TPOR T Stf.VTLVFJ MARCH 23, 1904 LOCAL NEWS Shortly' after 1 AM on Monday last, earthquake shocks were felt in this city and surrounding towns: the first shock being of considerable severity', the second, and as some claim, third which followed in quick succession, being of a much milder nature. Various reports of danage done are prevalent, and in most cases probably exaggerated: but it has been ascertained for a fact that bricks were thrown from several chimneys about the city, and pic- tures and bric-a-brac shaken from the walls and shelves in several houses. Among the surrounding islands the first shock is said to have been even more severe than at this place, throwing down chimneys and shaking stove pipes from their positions. Many residents were greatly terrorized by the unusual occur- rence. Report also has it that a great bril- liancy illuminated the eastern and west- ern horizons during the visitation, and that the wind, which had been blowing fiercely for hours, completely subsided before the coming on of the shock, be- ginning again after it was over. by Susan Esposito MARCH 25, 1914 LOCAL NEWS Eastport receivel last week a new addi- tion to the police force in the person of a 40-pound English Bull police dog, which will be used for night duty with the two officers in making their rounds. The dog was a present to Marshal Wilson from a friend who is a member of the Boston police force and is a very intelhgent ani- mal, having been trained to perform the usual duties of a police dog. PEMBROKE Mrs. Jane Wrighi and Mrs. A. T. Dud- ley spent the day with Mrs. Horace Her- sey, West Pembroke, last Thursday. Eugene Cushing is sawing part of the time in his mill. Capt. Fred Clark was detained by un- favorable weather to leave as expected. He is loaded with lumber from Calais and will go to New York. His crew consists of, besides the cook, Charles Clark, A. Bur- ton Coggins and Roy Little. Bert and Howard James in crossing the lake, found a wounded young deer. They brought it home and it is recovering from its wounds. They have a permit from the State Warden at Bangor to keep it. Mon.-Mar. 26 Tues.-Mar. 27 The menus for Meals for Me in Eastport held in the Senior Citizens Center on Boynton St. are as follows for the next three weeks: Weds.-Mar. 28 Thurs.-Mar. 29 Fri.-Mar. 30 Spaghetti/meat Chicken Tahia- Breaded veal Roast pork/gravy Baked fish sauce tian patty Mashed potato Cheese sauce Green beans Brown rice Hot potato salad Broccoli Glazed sweet French bread Carrots Mixed vegetables Wh. gr. bread potatoes Milk W. gr. bread Whi gr'. bread Fruit cocktail Brussel sprouts Ice cream Milk Milk Wh. gr. bread Plums Peanut butter Milk cookie Fresh apple Mon.-Apr. 2 Tues.-Apr. 3 Weds.-Apr. 4 Thurs.-Apr. 5 Fri.-Apr. 6 Swiss steak BBQ chicken Pork chop suey Meat loa Batter dipped fish Gravy Wh. boiled po- Rice Gravy Tartar sauce Mashed potato taro Carrots Tomato juice Potato Au Gratin Corn Broccoli Wh. gr. bread Mashed potato Mixed vegetables Wh. gr. bread Wh. gr. bread Milk Peas Wh. gr. bread Milk Milk Grapefruit sec- Wh. gr. roll Milk Plums Mon.-Apr. 9 Baked beans Hot dogs Cole Salw Biscuit Milk Apricots Applesauce cake tions Milk Fruit fiesta Prune spice cake Tues.-Apr. 10 Weds.-Apr. 11 Thurs.-Apr. 12 Fri.-Apr. 13 Hot roast beef Baked ham Chicken pie Baked stuffed sandwich Scalloped pota- Cranberry sauce fish Baked potato toes Mashed potato Mashed potatoes Mixed vegetab- Carrots Spinach Herbed green les Three-bean salad Wh. gr. roll beans Milk Wh. gr. bread Milk Wh. gr. roll Fruit gelatin Milk Peaches Milk w/topping Pineapple tidbits Apple crisp. ________.______ )--- RAM IGA P/easing Vou, o/eases us Groceries F resh Produce Frozen Foods Table-rite 00000000 YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR I I COLOR TV - 19" Start at $419.95 25" Console - $649.95 BLACK/WHITE - 19" $179.95 BURTON C WILSON. 90th birthday ::, observed Burton C. Wilson of Eastport observ- ed his 90th birthday on March 17, with friends and relatives. He was born on 7- Deer Island, N.B., and has made his home} in Eastport since 1914. i Wilson worked at various fish factor.. ies in Eastport and retired from Warren'z fish factory. -. He was married to Blanche Wilson ' who passed away in 1963. Their children i, are Mrs. Walter (Blanche) McNutt of i Eastport, Mrs. James (Evelyn) Carroll of -( Boothbay Harbor, John and Reid of -: Eastport. There are several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. . The afternoon birthday pa/ty was held}i{ at the Boynton Manor apartment ofWil- { son and his wife, Luella, with two birth.- day cakes for all to enjoy on the happy !;: occasion. Burr, who is 90 years young, . keeps busy writing poetry, a lifelong hobby, and enjoys listening to his CB set. :i, Legal service for elderly Eastport - March 27 i Legal Services for the Elderly, Inc., a non-profit corporation offering free legal aid to any Maine resident aged 60 or old- er, will be available to meet with people ). at the Eastport Senior Citizens Center on ..: March 27th from 11:00 a.m.-l:00 pzn. i Please call 1-800-432-7812 if you have any questions. This service is free "- of charge. t Cancer Prevention Campaign The National Cancer Institute has just" launched a major cancer prevention a- wareness campaign to help American's reduce their cancer risk. The new cancer prevention effort is based on the results of a national survey I announced this week by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Margaret Heckler, which revealed that nearly half of all Americans think that there is noth- ing they can do to prevent cancer, and that most Americans do not realize can- I cer is often affected by lifestyle choices. Eighty percent of all cancer cases are tied to the way people live their lives. For example, the foods they eat, the work they do, and whether they smoke all affect the likelihood of getting cancer. The campaign focuses on reducing those cancer risks people can control themselves, by making changes in diet, Meats l [ ] Come/nandSee U s J and other habits. To help get the message Washington St. - Eastport, Me. out the Maine Cancer Information Service : is offering a special booidet full of cancer Tel..0000 4o0 } ,,,,A,,,,c,,, FLAGG'S FU RN ITURE prevention tips. A free copy of the book- ,lt let on cancer prevention may be obtained -- l NEW Hou.s: EASTPORT Tel. 8534262 MAINE by call the Cancer Information Service at i i  | '(,//!