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April 1969 THE QUODDYSrlDES, Eastport, Maine Page Nine and Mrs. Raymond Finch motored and spent the night with Mrs. Robert McKenney Andrews, Mrs. Mary day the four motored L to visit Mrs. Banks Lank in also visited Mrs. Stanley patients as optimistic. We are glad to Mr. Stanley Lank is much im- and is able to be out and about a- his back injury. and Mrs. Phillip Kinney have en- Week trip visiting relatives Mrs. Gerald Doucette and fam- been visiting her par- Robert Calder. is extended to Mrs. Angus and Mrs. Albert (Muriel) passing of their sister, Mrs. the congregation of St. Anne's weilded brushes so that the Church are glistening with a o f varnish• Valerie and Linda Calder were guests of Miss Paula Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. recartin have returned home where they attended 11°f Mr. Thomas Jenkins, son .Mrs. Joseph Jenkins. While in y were guests of Mr. and Ih Roberts. Mrs. Johnston Trecartin (Barbara), Mrs. and Mrs. Roberts ree daughters of the late Mr. roy Calder of Welshpool. zs extended to Customs Of- and family on the Mr. Wilfred Lahey. is also extended to Mrs. family on the death of Mrs. Burgess is the former ary Calder, daughter of Mr. and 2alder of Welshpooi. Those attending the funeral ser- were Mr. and alder and Mrs. Waldo MaXWell Calder and Mrs. Austin led from their Florida rs. Austin Calder is spending a her mother, Mrs. Grace returning home to Monc- 23rd, Mr. Clifford services in the Charlotte eh, Charlotte, Maine. Officer, Evald Han- a construction com- at his home on Weekend of March 23rd. James Johnston, n and their children spent With his parents, Mr. ana Johnston. 28th Mr. and Mrs. Ralph by Mrs. Derek Gadd, to visit Ralph's fa- Lord, in the hospital. guests of Rev. Sharpe where Rev. • Rector of St. Anne's s now serving. enjoyed a where they spent a their son Mr. Dennis Cal- and Donald. While at enjoyed an Icecapades per- Lank is at home after being General Hospital. ds will be pleased to learn is much improved and an operation. • Hiram Chute and daugh- St. John recently where medical attention. s. Charles Corey and daugh- Campobello News ter Inez motored to St. John where Inez entered the hospital for medical atten- tion for her eyes. They have now returned home and we are glad to hear lnez will not require eye surgery. On April I st I happened to be in Welsh- pool just as the Government Fisheries Boat, Maces Bay was making fast at the breakwater. Somehow this put me in mind of April 1st, 1955 which was when the Welsphpool breakwater burned. Quite a difference in weather-April 1st, 1968, rather cold temperature and quite a bit of snow still remaining-April I st, 1955, ground bare of snow, mild and frost out of ground, several were busy preparing garden plots. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McKay and daughter Pamela were recent visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calder. The boys went hockeying at the Lady Dunn Arena again last week. They took a trouncing from Milltown-12-4 score. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Harmon Townsend, son Douglas and family on the passing of Mr. Harmon Townsend at Char- lotte county Hospital on Wednesday, April 2nd. Mro Brian Morrisson was a guest of his aunt, Miss Lydie Brown this past week. Brian is attending the University of Maine and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Morrisson of Eastport. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allingham and sons left on Thursday to visit friends and relatives in Maine and Massachusetts Mr. McCain and son Harold are spend- ing a few days at their summer home on the Island. Mr. McCain is from New Jer- sey, son Hal is attending school in Neb- raskao Best wishes to Mrs. Angus Newman who celebrated her 82nd birthday on April 2rid. We all missed out in this section on the Nova Scotia ferry-Portland hit the jackpot. Mr. Roy Calder has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Calder during his spring vacation. On the afternoon and evening of March 19th, the ladies St. Anne's Guild held their weekly meeting. At this meet- ing the ladies met at the home of Mrs. Robert (Millie) Allingham, and honored two members, Mrs. Leslie (Emma) Gough and Mrs. Manning (Corena) Mitchell, with a joint birthday party and presented them with a birthday cake made by Mrs. Lottie Hampton° They were also recipients of numerous useful and attractive gifts. The ladies of the Guild had been very busy quilting Mrs. Ray (Gussie) Finch's quilt and doing other sewing so that a little re- laxation in the form of a birthday party was enjoyed by all present and well earned. The Down East Minstrels, put on by the citizens of Lubec played to a capacity audience on Saturday evening, March 22nd and again Friday evening, March 28th and was much enjoyed by all. Just goes to show what we Down Easters can do if we've a mind to. We sincerely hope that this will be a yearly happening as we've heard rumored. The proceeds of these two evenings will go a long way on the March Of Nickels for the Band instruments. Why can't we do something like this here on the Island? Don't hide your light under a basket, get with it. Raise some money for a worthy cause, a nursing home or a hospital. How about that? On Friday, March 21st, Mrs. Clifford Calder and Mrs, Clinton Calder took a group of teen-agers from the Island to Woodland° At Woodland they joined a group of Teenagers under the supervision of Rev. Wendell Calder and proceeded by bus to Moncton for a week-end retreat. The retreat was sponsored by the Park- side Baptist Church, Moncton, of which Rev. Reginald Snell is pastor, and by Calvary Baptist Church, Moncton, Rev. Austin Calder pastor. Mrs. Clinton Calder, met them in Woodland Sunday evening and five of the Island young people re- turned home with her: Misses Valerie and Linda Calder, Mr. Beryl Brown, Mr. Stu- art Mitchell and Mr. Gordon Mitchell. The others: Miss Susan Chute, Miss Inez Corey, Miss Paula Calder and Mr. David Mills returned home with Mr. John New- man of Wilson's Beach, who accompanied the young people from Woodland to Moncton and return. Nice to see Mr. Raymond Calder is home after his long stay in hospital. Mr. Noel Mitchell who has been a sur- gical patient in Bangor had to return there for medical attention on Thursday. We are pleased to report that Noel is now in better health. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Desautels of Bur- lington, Vermont, were recent guests of her father, Mr. O11o Calder and her sis- ter, Mrs. Alva Mitchell and Mr. Mitchell. Col. A. A. MacNichol and Mrs. Mac- Nichol attended a meeting of the Roose- velt Campobello International Park Com- mission held in Ottawa on the 27th, 28th, and 29th of March. On Thursday, March 28th we at the Park were very conscious of the fact that it had been just a year since Woodrow Mitchell had passed away. We miss Woody -he was always cheerful and courteous and was a popular guard. Sympathy is extended to Park Guard Andrew Martin on the death of his sister, Mrs. Genevieve Richardson. This past week we have noticed that Road Supervisor, Jack Fitzgerald and his road crew are busily engaged in clearing ditches and culverts and doing various other jobs readying the roads for summer traffic° Also surveyors are surveying the Bridge Road. Sunday, March 30th, services at the North Road Baptist Church were conduct- ed by Rev. Gustafsson from Glenn Cove Christian Schools. Rev. Gustafsson was accompanied by his wife, and while on the Island they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Chute. Miss Mary Helen Gough and Miss Dar- lene Calder, students in St• John; and Mr. Atwood Savage who has employment in St. John came home for Easter with Mr. Donald Newman, who is also em- ployed in that city. Mrs. Maude Mitchell has returned to her home on the Island after spending the winter with relatives in Lubec. Mrs. Victor Newman has returned home from Montreal where she has been visiting her daughter, Judy. Mrs. Burnham Lank is home after be- ing a hospital patient in Oromoeto. We are all very pleased that Evelyn had a good report from her operation. LUBEC TOWN MEETING (Continued from page 1) ballot and 173 on the second one. Joseph C. Ingalls was re-elected for a three year term on the budget committee with 348 votes. Robert D. Murray was also put on this committee for a two year term, receiving 339 votes• Marylyn C. Curtis was re-elected town clerk for another year with 339 ballots, and Clarence Small was re-elected fire chief polling 346 votes. Mrs. Mary K. Powell won a seat on the S. A. D. 19 board of directors for three years defeating Carleton E. Corey by 201 to 187• Lubec boosted the total appropriations $15,141.77 from that of last year, A few of the articles favorably voted on were: to do away with the parking me- ters on Water Street; appropriate $14,894.- 56 for the police department; $1,200 for the surplus commodity program; $7,500 for aid to dependent children; $500 for public health nursing; $3,662 for person- nel to maintain emergency quarters loca- ted at the fire station; $1,860 for State aid road construction; $9,847 for snow removal; $75 to maintain the "Lubec" sign at Whiting corner; $500 for the town landing; $500 to be expended by the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars towards a Fourth of July celebration; $3,414.60 as first payment on a motor grader, equipped with a V plow and a wing assembly, the purchase price not to exceed $16,260. Lubec Police Dept. Depleted The Easter weekend found Lubec with- out the services of a police chief and one patrolman. Former chief Robert S. Pea- cock was notified that at a meeting of the Board of Selectmen held Thursday April 3, it was decided that they no longer needed his services. As a result of this action several other patrolmen submitted their resignations. Friday, a former patrolman, Irving Mahar, was hired by the selectmen. Sat- urday, the town manager, Dana Jacobs, reported that patrolman Ivan Archer, who had resigned, agreed to return to work. Patrolman Michael Harvey had resigned for personal reasons. Bring your Heavy Items for Fast Wash & Dry to Eastport's MAYTAG LAUNDRY Ctr. MIDDLE ST. Large Washers - Fast Dryers FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAM I LY M. F. MINCTONS & SON Eastport, Maine