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Page 2 THE QUODDY TIDES, Eastport, Maine 25 December, 1970 Beaver Harbour Black's Harbour" ISLANLIt-RS IN NEW LEAGUE The Deer Island Hockey Team is in a new League this year competing against teams from McAdam, Milltown and St. Stephen. After a few seasons of play in the Black's Harbour Arena the Islanders are back again playing at the Sir James Dunn Arena in St. Andrews. It looks as though hockey fans have a treat in store for them this season as all games played so far have been very close- the teams being very evenly matched. The Islanders have won, lost and tied games so far. Games are played every Monday evening and it is expected attendance will rise sharply following the busy Holiday season. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM THE PREMIER Island residents attending the recent public meeting held by the Charlotte County Progressive Conservative Assn. at Leonardville heard a message from the Premier of New Brunswick, Richard Hatfield, which included Season's Greet- ings to all residents of Deer Island. The meeting was called by Garnet Boyd, President of the Charlotte County P.C. Assn. for the purpose of electing an Executive Committee, Poll Chairmen and a Zone Chairman for Deer Island. Attending were Mr. Boyd, MLA's DeCosta Young and Leland McGaw as well as a number of Island residents. The message from the Premier was "taped" by Mr. Boyd earlier and played at the meeting by him. Mr. Boyd explained that he had been talking to Mr. Hatfield prior to coming to Deer Island and the Premier said he would like to send a personal message to the people of Deer Island -- perhaps by letter. Mr. Boyd suggested to the Premier that he speak the message over the telephone and he would record it - playing it back at the meeting. Mr. Hatfield thought this was a wonderful idea and so the arrangements were made. Mr. Boyd, who already owned a very fine tape recorder, then obtained other necessary equipment from the Telephone Co. to record the message. Reproduction of the Premier's message was excellent as natural as if he had been present and speaking in person. He thanked all who had supported him in the recent Stirling Lambert - Tel. 747-2921 BOY BITES DOG When man bites dog - "that's news," as the saying goes - so we presume when boy bites dog - that's news too. Little Billy Barteau, one year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Barteau of Chocolate Cove did just that. He had a bag of potatoe chips from which he was eating - and treating his dog "Goldie." When Goldie decided she wanted all of the chips and tried to take them away from him - he bit her. Although she protested loudly, no permanent or serious damage occurred to Goldie - and Bill retained ownership of the chips. SEASON'S GREETINGS We would like to wish all readers of this column a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year - to heck with the "prosperous" bit - we're all better off poor. CELEBRATES 89th BIRTHDAY Walter Stuart of Stuart-town was 89 years young on December 15th. Most people who know him will agree that you couldn't say he is 89 years old as he has more stamina and get-up-and-go than most folks half his age. Although he retired as a fishernidn a few years ago he manages to keep active. He is a talented painter and an avid old time fiddler. A favourite with the children of the community, his home always has the "Welcome mat" out for the little folk who skate on the pond in his back yard. Waiter's is the place to go to get warm, use the phone, or dip into the always open candy box. Visiting him on his birthday were his daughters, Mrs. Ronald Gaudett (Lena), Mrs. Adolphus Hawkins (Muriel), Mrs. Victor Hatt (Gertrude), and Mrs. Donald Lambert (Iva), and his son Lester, who flew from Toronto. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS Hazen Parks of St. George, who is well known on the Island, received an un- expected Christmas present recently. L The phone rang and when he answered it the voice on the other end told him he was eligible to win a prize in the Maxwell House Coffee Contest. He was given a mathematical question to answer and when he did so correctly (the answer was 1000) the caller said "that is what you have just won - $1000. Esther Maye Wright Tel. 456-3840 Mark Wright of Pennfield spent the weekend with his friend, Brian Hawkins. Boyd Bead of Grand Manan is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright at Pennfield. Miss Burla Sallows of Nova Scotia has returned to her home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Marven Wright for several days recently. Congratulations are being extended to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craig on their recent marriage. Mrs. B. J. Vickus of Black's Harbour, was a recent guest of her mother, Mrs. Medley Kennedy. Danny Kelson has been confined to his home for two weeks due to the flu. Mrs. Burrell Waite, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. M. P. Eldridge, motored to Saint John recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kelson and daugh-. te, Ethelyn and Shirley, motored tO Young's Cove road to visit his mother, Mrs. Ethel Kelson, who is a patient at the nursing_ home there. "Aunt Ethel" is 93 years old. Mrs. Almeda Bates has closed her home for the winter months, and is visiting at Moose Island, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cora Eldridge and Miss Muriel. The many friends and relatives of Mrs. Ray Sparks (Ada) were saddened by her death which occurred at her home at Kentville, N.S., on November 12. Her husband predeceased her several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Sparks were former residents Mr=. Edward Comeau - Tel. 456-3375 Mrs. Bea Cook fell on her way home from Connors Bros. Plant and broke her arm. We all hope she is doing fine. Misses Elaine and Dorothy Swift are home for the Christmas vacation visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Swift. Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boudreau on their recent marriage. Mrs. Boudreau is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Anderson. Miss Cheryl Walsh spent the weekend visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary McKinley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilcox spent a week during Christmas in Nova Scotia visiting friends and relatives. Friends are sorry to hear that Mrs. Glendon Justason is a surgical patient at the General Hospital in Saint John. Mr. Earl Wilcox has retired from the plant at Connors Bros. after 56 years of service. The employees presented Mr. Wilcox with a piece of luggage. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moses spent Saturday with Mrs. Henery Gaudett. Lester Stuart from Toronto visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gaudett on Tuesday. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gaudett, Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Hawkins and Mrs. Victor Hart, spent the day with their father, Mr. Walter Stuart to celebrate his 89th birthday. Mrs. Susie Wallace has returned home after a short stay in the Fundy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Comeau and family ers for many years. Their friendly and unaffected manner ,ill always be remem- bered by those who knew them. Mrs. Mildred Eldridge is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Justason of Glenn Falls, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Frankland of Grand Manan visited friends in the village recently. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Barry were their daughter, Miss Anne, and son, Brian. Friends of Brent Barry are pleased to learn he has returned home from D.V.A. Hospital, and are glad to learn he is much improved. Mr. and Mrs.Guy Thompson of Sussex; N.B., visited in the Village recently. it'.'" of the Village and were Light House Keep- . from Concession, N.S., spent Christmas with their son, Mr. Edward Comeau and family. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of the late Mrs. Hilda Myers. J To All of Our Friends and Customers Segien's Store Water Street Eastport election and explained that many of the things the people of Deer Island had asked II[INUlI[IIII'IIIIKII ' 111' ( 1" of the new Government would be forth- ! '" . ( I rll coming as soon as possible. He spoke * I briefly on other matters and closed his lr [it'[[ message by extending personal Season's B.H. Wilson F isheries Greetings to all residents of Deer Island. I al.: I , ' i Packers of Maine Sardines In last week's column we had the wrong Eastport, Me. dates in a couple of places in the story concerning Raymond Greenlaw's retire- ment. The heading should have read, I S ! llllllllllmllllllllllll "32 years on the job," not 38 years, titling Lambert Mr. Greenlaw went to work for the N.B.  PRINTER I Electric Power Commission in 1938, as I ! stated in the article. We also made mention of a1929 Chev, -- DEER ISLAND, N.B.__ one used as a Hydro truck; it was a 1928 L Chev. mIglltlmgllElIDIgmltlIlllt CAUSEWAY MOTORS LTD VOLKSWAGEN Sales and Service IIY"I'I' OAK BAY, ST. STEPHEN, N.B.R.R. No. 6 "WHERE THEY SELL THE BEST FOR LESS" THE MEARL CORPORATION: Ken Johnston, Owner&Manager Tel. 466-2747 EASTPORT, MAINE Sales Representative for Black's earbour, N.B. Edward Comeau Tel. 456-3375 TID Dat E)ec. Dec. E)ec. E)ec. Dec. Dec. Jan. bat bc