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4 December, 1979 THE QUODDY TIDES PaF21 a f'me variety of gift sug- They also have boots and shoes r other things. The Christmas Store is a popular place buy toys and other articles for chfl- ir6n, also decorations, knitted goods and :for adults. Clubs, organizations, churches and chools are planning Christmas programs, hebasketball season has started and in nother week the children will have their ,nd.of-the-year school vacation. VISITS LUBEC Two fire trucks escorted Santa Claus [ around Lubec Sunday, Dec. 9, with irens heralding their approach and call- ag young and old to doors and windows. tops were made where the children were athered and at houses where it was nown that children dwelled and Santa lain distributed oranges. Early in the morning it was feared that 1 trip might have to be cancelled due to tb;fact that the temperature was down the zero mark and the fruit might However, later in the day the died down and the temperature so that the start was made around )on time. They had only been gone a short time aen a call came in for a fire in one of the LUdEC (Coniinued) to be a frying pan on fire and it was quickly extinguished. It was nearly dark when Santa Claus returned to the fire station in search of hot coffee to warm him up. HEAVY WINDS Gale force wind Saturday evening and through the night tumbled the tempera- tures from the 50 degree mark to near zero causing the turning up of thermo- stats and the opening of drafts on wood stoves. Messages on the scanner told of trees and limbs falling across wires and about the middle of the evening the whole Lubec area was plunged into darkness. Candles, flashlights and kerosene lamps were brought out and generators started. The oil drum at the home ofa Lubec resident was blown off its stand, breaking the pipe and causing him to lose all his oil. He spent a very cold night. It was indeed a contrast to the balmy weather we have been having. On Nov. 9 I picked a pint of large raspberries off the bushes in back of my house and there were blossoms and clusters of green ones all through thepatch. But later a day and night of below freezing temperatures ruined them. A week or so ago I noticed a few blossoms on my forsythia bush and that same week during a trip to Bangor we saw several forsythia bushes in bloom. Today, Dec. 10, there is a thin coating of snow on the ground as the result of snow falling during the night, and although sunny, the wind is blowing hard which will, no doubt, tumble the temperature from 30 degrees at 8:30 a.m. to near zero again. But, after all, winter is nearly here. NEW MUNICIPAL ADM. ASST. Gregory G. Manson of Machiasport, who was hired in August by the Town of Lubec as an administrative assistant under a CETA program, has resigned to seek employment elsewhere. His place has been taken by Andrew Frost Patterson, 23, of Cutler who will serve as assistant to Town Office Manager Iley Walston. Mr. Patterson, who is originally from Long Island, N.Y., has lived in Cutler since 1974 and graduated from the Uni- versity of Maine at Orono in May, 1979 with a degree in History. His studies also concentrated on Economics and Law. He worked part time and was involved in Student Legal Services as a Para-legal assis- Cont. on page 22 ,artments in the Bay View Housing com- found it hiting School t program -The Whiting Village School has had tree students chosen for the art program hieh is part of SAD 77 Gifted and Talent- 1 Program. The children will work with rank Hamabe, art instructor at the Uni- rsity of Maine in Machias. "the children had to submit samples of t work done either at home or at school. was screened by Mr. Hamabe. The three chosen are Louis Dinsmore, n of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dinsmore; bert Bums, son of Mr. and Mrs. David tins; Ronald Bousquet, son of Mr. and 's. Arthur Bousquet. mm.'00 6rnlin00 g to our friends and . customers and THANK YOU for your patronage " during 1979 , ,CARLTON E. COREY GARAGE , WEST LUBEC, MAINE , Tel. 733-4361 ":- . Eddie's Logging & Chain Saw Supplies " PARTNER A CHAIN SAWS Parts & Service $kidder Tires - Chains - Cable Chockers - Slides, etc. Canadian & Fiskar Chains for Tractors and Skidders Insulated or Regular Boots end Shoes with or without Steel Toe WORK CLOTHING Coats - Vests - Pants - Shoes Socks - Hats - Caps Insulated Coveralls MACHIAS, MAINE 255-8273 Christmas Wayne and Kelly and Timmy Rier Believed in God. and in the life hereafter. They were a mystery to me. Three little souls cast out on life's sea; There was no shelter. Do not forget them. In secret whispers they talked of home in a distant port. Was it heaven? One night in a burning house Life's current bore them to their destina- tion. Three little bodies in one small casket. Remember them. Now we celebrate the birth of Jesus. What gift did Wayne and Kelly and Timmy leave us? Memories of love. Christmas. by Una Ramsdell SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE QUODDY TIDES JOIN THE CLUB What Club? Our TRANSFER CLUB! You authorize us to charge your checking account weekly, bi-weekly or monthly for yo,lr Club payment. This can be in any amount you wish. Weql pay you 5.38 */** interest from day of deposit and next November transfer the balance plus accrued interest to your checking account. lust think of the ease and convenience of having this done automatically and of having your Christmas money set aside and ready to use next November. Also available to you is our FORTY-NINER Coupon Christmas Club - you make 49 payments according to schedule...We'll make the 50th payment-and send you a check in November 1980. *Effective yield BAR HARBOR BANKING TRUST COMPANY -- A holnetown friend. RI u:NOER