The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine on May 30, 1959 · 12
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Saturday, May 30, 1959
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Qjgngor Doily New Soturdoy-Sondoy Moy 30-31 1959 Tel 7 4881 Brewer Mrs Mary Ellen Stetson a a elected prealdent of the Brewer Band Parenu at It meeting Thursday night at the State Street School cafeteria Mr Eleanor Parrltt was choeen vice president Mra Dorothy Robbin secretary and Arthur Bolster treasure A report on the recent cabaret was glvep Thomas Hardin announced that beginning the second week in July he will be giving instruction to all members of the band and giuslc students The business session wa preceded by a covered dish supper The committee included Mrs Marian Robertson Mrs Louise Holyoke Mrs Dorothy Robbins Mn Mildred Wood Mrs Terry Mansell and Mrs Nina Brann The next meeting will be In September the date to be announced A supper will be served The members of the Junior and senior bands and their parents will be guests r Mrs Shirley Wilson w as guest of 'honor at a birthday party given Thursday evening by Mrs Alyce Reymer at her home on Whiting Hill Games were played and refreshments were served including a decorated birthday cake made by Mrs Cell Coffin Mrs Wilson was presented with a gift from the group Present were Mrs Rita Houston Mrs Margaret Adams Mrs Barbara Adams Mrs Beatrice Dobson Mrs Avis Jordan Mrs Reva Hollis and Mrs Verna Matson MAINE DAIRY PRINCESS—Mrs Hazel Hotham of Auburn president of the Maine Dairy Club places the crown on Miss Betty Ann Hamlin 17 of Turner 1959 Maine Dairy Association Princess (NEWS photo by Plnkham) Turner Beauty Named Maine Dairy Princess Miss Betty Ann Hamlin 17-year-old blue-eyed beauty of Turner was named 1959 Maine Dairy Princess Friday night here Miss Hamlin was one of 12 contestants seeking the title awarded annually by the Maine Dairy Association A senior at Leavitt Institute Miss Hamlin Is the daughter of Norman and Louise Hamlin Her father la a dairy farmer and Jersey breeder at Turner The new Princess has as her hobbles showing and judging cattle roller skating cooking horseback riding and water skiing She was sponsored by the Maine Jersey Breeders’ Association The brown-haired lass stands five feet eight and weighs 140 pounds Auburn Girl Runner-Up Miss Hope Arden Turner 19 daughter of Mr Slid Mrs Benja-Turner 182 center 8treet Auburn was runner-up She was sponsored by the Maine Dairy Club The crowning of Miss Hamlin took place before the start of Gene Holter's Wild Animal Circu rently playing in Bangor as part of the 125th Anniversary Celebration A small audience watched the wild animals and their volunteer drivers go through their paces First Ostrich Race Shortly after the start of the first ostrich race in which Capt Maurice Small of the Bangor Police Department Chief of Police The Spiritual Life comirfltlee of the WSC8 of the First Methodist Church met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Sue Hatch 20 Prospect Avenue Miss M Gertrude Veazle reviewed the last three chapters of the study book "Isaiah Speaks” Mrs Annie Wilcox presided and conducted the devotional period The topic was "Security of the Godly” Dessert was served preceding the meeting by the hostess assisted by Mrs Maude Brown and Mrs Alice Church Richard Johnson of Hampden nd “ ' ‘ uld of Chief of Police Stephen Gouli the University of Maine participated the Johnson and Gould ostriches collided sending Gould over the head of his ostrich Gould suffered a cut Inner Up and was shaken up Small won the race Things were Jumping for awhile after the start of the free-for-all race In which all the wild animals participated Everything from a miniature pony to a llama was running loose The show will be presented this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock and this evening at 8 o’clock and at the same times Sunday Night Police Beat Airman In Custody After 2-Car Crash Here Friday Police Investigation of a two-car crash at the Junction of Ohio and Fourteenth Streets at about 9 o'clock Friday evening resulted In Joseph Fernandez Tamayo 24 operator of one of the vehicles Involved being taken into custody on a charge of drunken driving A resident of Troy Ohio Tomayo Is a member of the Dow Air Force Base personnel Police said that the operator of the other car In the collision was William O Malone 26 of 132 North Main Street Brewer The accident occurred as Malone moving east on Ohio Street toward downtown Bangor was struck by the Tomayo vehicle that came out of Fourteenth street without stopping police stated There was $500 in damage to To-mavo’s car all about the left side according to the police estimate and $300 in damage to the Malone car about the right front fender and hood Both vehicles were towed from the scene Officer John Agnew conducted the investigation Police Investigation determined the cause Bobby pins had been stuck in each of the air outlet caps Two Taken To Hospital Mra Nuna Little 68 was rushed to the Eastern Maine General hospital by ambulance Friday after she suffered a sudden Illness at the W T Grant company store Susan McLeod of 100 First Street was also rushed to the Eastern Maine General hospital Friday for treatment of a dog bite suffered while she was riding her bicycle near her home The teeth of the dog went through the flesh of her right leg Police ordered the owner of the dog to keep the animal confined until after a check had been made by the city health department Coming Events Children's Day will be observed at the morning worship service Sunday at 10:45 o’clock at the Second Congregational Church There will be a baptism of infants and children and the program will be presented by the church school under the supervision of Arthur Derby school superintendent Awards will be given for perfect attendance and recognition for outstanding leadership The Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold It Installation of officers Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the First Methodist Church The installing officer will be Mrs Harold A Hardy promotion secretary of the Maine Methodist Conference Mrs Cassle Bailey will be the devotional leader A pledge service will be conducted by Mrs Ethel Ooodwin The refreshment committee will be Mrs Susie Connor Mrs Jemima Naugler ’Mrs Verna Naugler and Mrs Mabel Sherman Volunteer Circle of the King’s Daughters will meet Wednesday afternoon at the First Congregational Church Luncheon will be served at 12:30 followed at 2 o clock by the business session The luncheon committee Is Miss £a"‘ Harding Mrs Gertrude Hinkley Mrs Florence Trask Mrs Mildred Washbun and Mrs Martha Grant Esther Rebekah Lodge will hold a regular meeting Monday night at 7:30 o’clock in the Legion Hall municipal auditorium Old Town Done With Bobby Pins It is not Always the boys that are responsible for acts of deviltry that receive police attention An official of the new Mart on Harlow Street left his car In the rear parking lot When he returned sometime later he found all four tires of the vehicle flat Thrown From Bicycle David Spellman seven years old son of Mr and Mrs William Spellman of t Frazier Street cot a new bicycle for his birthday Re was out the first thing In the morning to try it out He was hardly Hnderway when a “flin" sent him flying over the handle bars He "landed'’ in the Eastern Maine General Hospital for treatment of cuts and bruises about the face n?L? T°WN’ My 29— Katahdin Chapter No 121 Order of the Star’ w111 meet Masonic Hail Tuesday evening at 7:45 0 clock Grand Chapter reports will be given at this time Members representing Our Neighborhood Club of Old Town at the Maine Federation of Women s Clubs Conference held at the Eastland In Portland this week were Mrs Paul West Mrs Forest Moors Mrs Millard Moors and Mrs P G Cunningham City Manager John P Bibber reported today that the front walk at the Old Town Public Library had been resurfaced today by the city crew and that grading activities around the municipal building have been started More Than $280 In Fines Costs Levied In Court Here Fines and costs of court totaling more than $280 were Imposed In Bangor municipal court Friday morning as the result of traffic Violations John R Clark 41 Bangor pleaded gulty to a charge of driving while under the Influence of intoxicating liquors He appealed a fine of $125 to the September term of Penobscot County superior Court Everett Sargent 26 Kendus-keag pleaded guilty to a charge ol driving after suspension of hts license and paid a line of $50 Terry W Leighton 19 Kendus-keag pleaded guilty to charges of driving without a license and operating an unregistered vehicle and paid flnes totaling $30 An additional charge against Ieigh-ton of operating a vehicle without an inspection steker was filed wthout plea upon payment of cost of $5 Pleading guilty to charges of driving without licenses were Beverly Shaw 20 and Charles Babcock 35 both of Bangor They paid flnes of $15 each A charge against Jack W Daugherty 36 Dow AFB of driving without a license was filed without plea upon payment of costa of $9 A charge against Margaret Ot-tenbroit 21 Bangor of operating vehicle without an Inspection sticker was filed without plea upon payment of costa of $5 Walter L Hamm 25 Sharon Mass pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding and paid a fine of $15 Frank Ortlieb 22 Dow AFB paid a $15 fine after pleading guilty to a charge of going through a stop sign A charge against John R Stewart 39 Bangor of operating a truck In a restricted zone was filed without plea William Bickford 16 Bangor pleaded innocent to a charge of going through a stop sign and the case was continued to June 2 PVCC Sponsors Cabaret Dance Mainly About People - Clubs-Organizations Call 2-4881 — Women’s Department The Penobscot Valley Sump sad Colo (lab met Friday evening at the YMCA L Russell Albright of Orono was elected president to finish out the term of- Lt Col Chnriea Gruber who ha moved to Flori- Club will meet Tuesday evening t Cold Stream Pond instead of Wednesday at the camp of Mr Katherine Stetson The cars will leave Freese’s Store at 5:15 o'clock Anyone desiring trans- da Members drew up plans for porUtlon may contact Miss Betty the fall meetings and programs A stamp and coin auction wa held Families members and music committee members of the Reulor Choir of the First Baptist Church enjoyed a cookout at the home of Mra Charles McNeraey 86 West-land Street Thursday evening Approximately 30 attended A choir rehearsal wa held after the supper Adams Miss Ida Salisbury wUl preside at the business meeting Mrs Marion Hatch will be in charge of the educational pro gram The June meeting of the board of managers of the Home for Aged Women will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock The Council on Student Travel New York City has announced the appointment of Dr Clarence j Bergesoa Broadway staff ' ed during the afternoon member of TRIP the shipboard B Travelers s Recreation-Informa The Independent Sunshine Club will hold Its last meeting of the season Tuesday Members will meet at the Bangor House at 12:30 o’clock when dinner will be served A short business session will follow and cards will be play- The Great Books Group will will be a TRIP director is Audio-Visual director and assistant professor of Education at the University of Maine in Orono The Council will conduct the program Ja'me7 ’'Pragmatism this summer for the 12000 stu-1 dents and teachers it has booked o'clock at the Bangor Public Library Mrs Ralph Dyer Jr and Miss Elaine McManus will lead the discussion on William to Excelsior Rebekah Lodge will and from Europe on special hold a regular meeting Tuesday sailings Mr and Mrs Richard H Curran 114 Fern Street are announcing evening at 7:30 o’clock In the I OOF Hall 43 Park Street Boy Scout Troop 7 will serve a the birth of a son Richard Henry public supper at the First Uni- For Young Set New Brewer Construction To Cost $54000 Building permit for a total of $54000 In new construction In Brewer were isued during the past week at the office of City CJerk Paul E Cllsh They Include Charles Russell Brewar frame house on Park Avenue East $14-000 Fran Blanchard Brewer frame house and garage on River-view Terrace $18500: Merle Hutchins Brewer frame house on Grove street 112000: Claude M Kenney warehouse and office on Elm street IB M0 May 27 at the Eastern Maine General Hospital Miss Barbara J Whitten of Hartford Conn is visiting over the holidays with her grandmother Mrs Myrtle E MacDougall 164 Cedar Street Mr and Mrs Carmini Gaccione of The Bronx New York are guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Cer-vlni of 84 School Street Veazle Mrs Lilian Brown of 46 Thatcher street is convalescing at her home after a recent Illness Mrs Kenneth Field of 19 Wood Street is recuperating from sur-gtcal treatment at the Eastern Maine General Hospital versalist Church Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock Tickets will be sold at the door Bangor Unit of Maccabees will meet at the IOOF Hall 43 Park Street Monday evening at 8 o'clock Members of King Phillip Unit of Orrlngton recently transferred to the Bangor Unit are asked to be present There will be a memorial service and members having a birthday In June will be honored Refreshments will be served Fly-up ceremonies were held for Troop 65 Brownies Wednesday at St John's School Marie McTigue was color guard Geraldine Bogan bearer and Christine Moore and Mary Lou McNeil guards The candle ceremony was performed by: Beatrice Greer Donna McCormick Twilda Ouellette Susan Haves Deborah Wharton Carolyn Gruber Louise Vrilieux Sue Ann Keeler Ellen Cronin Nancy Shaw Judith Shahoski Deborah Kane and Mary Houlihan Refreshments were served by Charlene Bossie Jacqueline Car-roll Sharon Libby Christina Sha-boski Paula Sheehan Sheila Smith and Shirley Taylor Among those attending the tea given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Clinton A Clauson at the Blaine House in Augusta to benefit the Cerebral Palsy Campaign were Mrs Laurence K Paine United Cerebral Palsy National Committeewoman Mrs Philip Brown president of UCP of Northeastern Maine: Mrs John Bower eastern Maine: Mrs Shapleigh Allen co-president of the Cerebral Palsy Auxiliary Mr John Bower board member of UCP of Northeastern Maine Mrs Ernest Nason volunteer worker at the Cerebral Palsy Center: and Mrs Robert Mitchell executive secretary of the UCP of Northeastern Maine Mrs Paine Mrs Brown and Mrs Mitchell poured during the hour Mrs Ruby Freeman conducted the meeting of the Union Sewing Circle Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Edward Braley 5 Stone Street South Brewer Plans were made for a picnic to be held in June at Green Lake and for a rummage sale to be held In the near future Members discussed having a Christmas fair Refreshments were served by the hostess The Penobscot Valley Country Club entertained Friday evening for members’ children high school and preparatory school age at a dance in the Italian cabaret theme Decorations included checkered table cloths and candles on the tables An Italian manu buffet was served from the ballroom Music for dancing was recorded In charge of arrangements for the affair were Mr and Mrs Francis Allen Mr and Mrs Charles Bragg 2nd Mr and Mrs Charles Brewster Dr and Mrs Lloyd Brown Mr and Mr George Carlisle Mrs Wilford Com-esu Dr and Mrs Richard Gall-lard and Mr nd Mra Ambrose Higgins Those attending were Allen Beaussng Franklin Bragg William Demaao Robert Sloan Mar-tyn Vickers Robert Barrett Jr Guy McChesney Jack Fearon Alan Martin John Quinsey Frederick Pierce Ray Dauphinee Tyler Dunning Kenneth stone James Ross Russell Murray Gary Knowles Lawrence Johnson Frederick Rice Kay Susan Allaire Linda Gaillard Janloe Vell-leux Judy Kenney Ada Hersey Kim Jordan Betsey Brewster Mary Carlisle Susan Comeau Terry Nickerson Mary Jo Brush Jang Dunn Bonnie Flagg Louise Haaey Judy Hasev Robin Lead-better Bally Higgins Sally Hill Sally Weatherbee Oingle Nealley Christine Prince Brownie Troop 88 held their Fly-up ceremony at Mary Snow School Friday afternoon Lois Wentworth welcomed the parents and guests The flag ceremony was conducted by Stephanie Sos-now Carole Gass Ann Rolskv and Patty Wallace who received pins and wings Pins and wings were also presented to Page Allen ?!ai Frederick Sharon Gaas Phyllis Gotllb Diane Lleberman Janice Higgins Julie Sargent Julie Spiers Deborah Siegel Priscilla Raymond Catherine Thurston by troop leaders Mr Max Gas and Mra Julius Gass Each girl was presented with a Girl Scout photograph album as a memento Refreshments were served by Mr Leslie Wentworth Mr William Wallace Mr Arthur Lleberman Mr Franclt Allen Mr Maurice Thurston and Mr Robert F Sargent Todays Events The NEWS Is pleased to publish noticea of your meetings In this column Because of the pressure of news stories during the evening It is impossible to of thn klnd after accept notices 7 p m Please make your call between 8 a m and 7 p m daily YWCA classes in the gymnasium and poll will not be held today Memorial Day All Gold Star Mothers planning to be at the Memorial Services this morning at Davenport Park are asked to be there at 10:30 o’clock Orono ORONO May 29-Activities of the League of Women Voters of Orono are to be guided during the 1959-60 season by a board which Includes the following: Publications Mrs Edward Ives of Veazle bulletin Mrs Martin Rpsinskt national continuing responsibilities Mrs David Huntington national and state water resources Mrs David Ha-gar local Item Mrs Walter Scho-enberger membership Mrs Francis Sullivan voters and legislative service Mrs David Fink foreign policy Mrs Herman Wirth units Mrs Donald Payne finance Mrs Wilmarth Starr taxes Mrs William Georgitis and Mrs George Woodwell probation and parole Mrs Stanley Freeman Miss Ruth Waterhouse Old Town teacher of piano has presented her pupils in a series of recitals at her studio in Orono The following participated: Patricia Blackmore Dorothea Bopthby Jane Campana John Campbell Mark Chantiny Diane Dyer Michael Eggert Kathryn Elsemore Clifford Hill Cherrie Milheron Brian Mooers David My ers Jennifer Murphy David Reed Irene and Larry Richards Phyllis Robichaud Molly St Lawrence Della Ralph and Vida Trafford Ellen Walsh David Pam and Sandra Westerman Betty Lou Williams Jeannle Worrlck Anne and Paul York Mr and Mrs Carleton Wilson of Acushnet Mass are spending the holiday weekend with their parents Mr and Mrs Donald Moloney North Main Street and Mr and Mrs Weymouth Wilson Forest Avenue THE CROWNING — Nina VerzonJ chosen May Queen at St Joseph’s Parish School In Old Town places a crown on the Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary at thte school Friday In ceremonies of the annual May Procession Attending the May Queen are Jane Regan left and Sandra Shlrland second from left The entire student body of the school numbering about 500 took part In the event (NEWS photo by Webb) Edward H Prescott Students To Present Recital Sunday A recital will be presented by the organ and piano students of Edward H Prescott A-AGO at the Northern Conservatory of Music Sunday evening at 7 o’clock Appearing on the program will be: Jenny Lind Polka Wallersteln-Schaum Richard Walker Why Daisies Dance Richter Martha Frederick: Silver Slippers Steadman Martha Plnkham In Hanging Gardens Davies Katherine Wood Marching Along Fletcher Ann Fleming Sea Rovers Fletcher Edward Porter Aragonaise Massenet Nancy Moulaison In Schubert’s Day Krentzlin Wesley Marsh Viennese Waltz Strauss Deborah Stockson: Minuet Beethoven Lynne Porter and Waltz Wright Christina Pressey Scherzo Krentzlin Christopher Robertson Petite Russian Rhapsody Thompson Whitmore Brewster Solfeggietto Bach Jeanenne Bellsmere Butterfly Merkel Adelle Wood Summer Clouds Adams Phyllis Kelley: Canzonet-ta Schutt Constance Coffin Prelude in E flat minor De Koven Sharon Sullivan Rustle of Spring Slnding Jane Campbell Impromptu Reinhold Henry King 3rd Toccata In D minor (organ) Nevln Jean Haskell introduction and Fugato Harris Carol Koerberg ValsF in C sharp minor Chopin Zettle Burns Meditation (organ Faulkes Allen Fernald Lotus Land C Scott Judith Ann Du-dek Berceuse i organ) Dickinson Donna Upton Aufschwung (Soaring) Schumann William Parsons Danse Debussy Tom Goodwin: Andante con Variazloni in F Minor Haydn Allen Fernald Scherzo in B flat minor Chopin Patrick Magee Waldesrauchen (Murmuring Woods) Liszt Nancy Card “Le petite ane blanc” (The Little White Donkey) Iberte and Rhapsody in C major Dohnanyi Arlene Lowry Hymn of Glory 'organ) Yon Nancy Card Orono Women Voters League Lists Schedule Of Meetings ORONO May 29— A schedule of meetings for 1959-60 which includes Maine tax problems among topics for study and action has been released by the League of Women Voters of Orono according to Mrs John Nolde the new president The tax study will be taken up at a series of unit meetings and a meeting for the entire membership during the weeks of March 7 and April 11 and 25 The league is divided into three units which meet at different times but always the same week Foreign Policy will be the subject for study and dlscusson the weeks of October 12 January 25 February 8 and 22 Water conservation and use of water as a national problem is on the league agenda for a fourth consecutive year with leagues throughout the nation considering various possibilities for congressional action The Orono group has scheduled this further study for the weeks of October 27 and November 9 The Sinclair Bill as lt may affect Orono High school in a possible revised form will be discussed the week of January 11 The league also will consider school accreditation needs as may be indicated In the State Department of Education and report and discuss the progress of the selectmen's contracts with the state and er federal planning agencies Tropical Storm Moves Toward La Bucksport Brewer Bands Hold Exchange Concert Friday Night Richard F Iverson of 9 Maple Street Bangor a psychologist has received a letter of commendation from Ralph Kahli of Chicago director of the public safety department of the National Safety Council on a proposed slogan for firearms safety Mr Iverson s slogan Is "Be sure that what you shoot it is not a man”— instead of the present slogan "Be sure that what you shoot at Is a deer” Coming Events Members of the Forest Avenue Congregational Church will hold a farewell program for Mr and Mn Norman DoMc and their family at the church on Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock All members snd friends are cordially invited Mr Dubie who has been serving the church as student pastor while attending Bangor Theological Seminary will graduate from the Seminary In June and has accepted a church In Lancaster N H 1 The Credit Woman's Breakfast The Past Noble Grands Club of Star of Hope Rebekah Lodge met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Rena Call on Park Street Mrs Lenna Edgecomb assisted the hostess Mrs Janet Roy vice president' conducted the business session Plans for the next session will be announced A social evening followed the business meeting Mrs Roy was awarded the mystery prize The Youth Fellowship Group of the Methodist Church will hold an outing Sunday afternoon at Dorothea Dix Park in Hampden Members are asked to meet at the church at 2:30 o’clock to go in a group Carney Issues Health Report An exchange concert with Bucksport High School band Joel A Momeault conductor was held Friday night In the Brewer Junior High School auditorium with the The third part included several numbers by the G H Jewett School band a flute duet Glenna-rose Mann and Shelia Martin trumpet trio Martha Fellows Junior High School band Thomas Meredith Wasson and Joy Jewett R Hardin conductor i clarinet trio Lillian The first part of the program Lois McLean and Linda Johnson’’ presented by Bucksport lnstru- Marches "Our Director” and mentalists included an accordion ’Washington Post" with the so o George Fairfield trombone j Bucksport majorettes taking part’ solo Sharon Brown saxophone ' and a trumpet duet George Baker solo Margaret Mercer and trumpet solo Kenneth Gallant The second part included numbers by the Brewer Junior High School band also a saxophone solo Robert Blaisdell trumpet solo Steve Robbins tuba solo and Kenneth Gallant The concert closed with the "Promotion March" by the Brewer and Bucksport bands combined Thomas R Hardin conductor The concert was well attended and the return exchange concert- SJU hrr‘PI: Pian° °10' Harry w111 b‘ held Sunday afternoon at King who also was accompanist 2 o’clock at Bucksport Hiah for the Instrumental solos School ’ ‘ NEW ORLEANS La (AP)-The season's first tropical storm stalked toward the Louisiana coast Friday with 50-mile winds and tides as high as four feet beyond normal limits The storm born in the Gulf of Mexico and given the name of Arlene originally aimed Its punch at the Louisiana coastline below New Orleans But it changed direction during the afternoon and veered toward Lake Charles in the southwest corner of Louisiana Hurricane Audrey lkshed the Cameron-Lake Charles area Just two years ago taking more than 500 lives and causing property damage almost beyond estimate The scars of Audrey can still be found near Cameron a fishing village on a ridge south of Lake Charles The Weather Bureau's last advisory placed the storm 180 miles southeast of Lake Charles plodding along at 15 miles an hour Coast Guard units and Civil Defense were alerted to move quickly In the event Arlene gathered momentum now that lt changed direction Tropical storms usually develop a more potent punch the longer they stay over water The storm far from being a full hurricane pushed winds up to 50 miles an hour in squalls 150 mile to the north of its center The Weather Bureau hoisted small craft warnings from Galveston Tex to St Marks Fla a gap of 700 miles and admonished such boats to remain in port Thundershowers pelted the low-Louisiana and Mississippi coasts heralding the advance of the storm The Weather Bureau cautioned that Arlene with little likelihood developing into a hurricane was a tropical disturbance such as are spawned in the gulf at this timo of the year Hurricane Audrey dealt its death blow to Cameron on June 27 1957 Apalachin Host Has Collapse Old Town Woman Feted At Shower Public Health Officer William J Carney issued the following communicable disease report for the week ending May 29: seven cases of chicken pox: three cases of measles one case of mumps one case of German measles and one case of erysipelas OLD TOWN May 29 — Mrs Warren Rand Jr 365 So Main Street was honored at a surprise shower party given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Robert Lounsbury 74 Veazle Street Mrs Ethel Stuart was hostess Blue and white streamers were used in decorating the gift table where the guest of honor was assisted by Mrs Merlene Thibodeau Assisting the hostess In serving refreshments were Mrs Dorothy Bell Mrs Vina Lounsbury and Mrs Mabel Garceau Present were Mrs Clayton Mills Mrs Corinne Burns Mrs Charlene Stormann and Kathy Stormann all of 8tlllwater Mrs Robert Burns and Catherine Burns Orono: Mrs Dorothy Bell Mrs Madeline Rand Mrs Mer-leneo Thibodeau Olive Spinney Kay Williams Mrs Cecilia Leavitt Mrs Barbara Guay Mrs Vina Lounsbury Mrs Mabel Garveau and Mrs Alice Johnson all of Old Town and Mrs Ethel Stuart of Bradley Lamp Training Program Slated Lorraine Rideout Feted At Party HAMPDEN May 29— Miss Lor- 125th Anniversary Events May 30-SI: Gene Holter's Wild Animal Show June 1-30: Dairy Month Celebration June 1-Sept 7c Opening of Anniversary Exhibition Building and Klddieland Juno 1-Sept 7: Dully Tourist Tours June lie Soap Box Derby OLD TOWN May 29— All adult Girl Scouts registered with Central Penobscot Olrl Scout Council who make reservations with Mrs Charles Richards Orono training chairman may have lunch provided at the Outdoor Camp Training Program for troop leaders Wednesday at Oilman Falls Reservations must be made by Monday This training session is for troop leaders assistant leaders and troop committee members The session will start at 10 o’clock In the morning and continue until 2 o'clock In the afternoon Demonstrations will include fire building charcoal fires cooking reflector oven baking lashing use of knife and axe nature projects campfire programs and songs In case of rain the program will be held the following day raine Rideout daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwinal Rideout Jr was feted Friday at her home on the occasion of her seventh birthday Refreshments Included a cake made by her aunt Mrs Harold Baker of Hampden Highlands Games were played Those present were Susan Can-ders Linda Barrows Jack Barrow's James and Michael Carleton Linda Sanford Jury Junkins Cathy Lufth Louis Jean and Richard Smith David Bowen Leslie Dunbar Judy Lamont Diane Stratton Erin Fielbing Peter Rhonda Jean and Teddy John Pellerin Linda Tebbetts Billy Vigneault Mark and Michael Carlson Linda Rideout and Stephen Rideout JOHNSON CITY NY (AP) Joseph Barbara host to the Apalachin gangland convention collapsed Friday and his attorney said there was "every Indication of another severe coronary attack” Barbara 53 was unconscious when admitted to Wilson Memorial Hospital where he was placed in an oxygen tent attorney Harry Travis said Travis was at the hospital Barbara’s condition was listed as serious Barbara suffered a heart attack in January 1957 Court-appointed physicians said that he had been extremely agitated the day state police broke up the Apalachin convention at his home but did not suffer any new attack Barbara has avoided questioning about the meeting on the ground his heart would not stand up under the interrogation Earlier this week Barbara and his family moved from the hilltop mansion in Apalachin to a house in nearby Endicott Grange Plans Work Meeting ORRINGTON May 39-Enter prise Grange will have a work night and meeting Tuesday evening at the Grange hall Orrlng-ton Center Workers are to be present at 6:30 o’clock armed with rakes shovels and trucks to clean up outside the hall The meeting will begin at 8 o’clock Refreshment will be served after the meeting by the women of the Grange Barn Destroyed THdMASTON May 29 - Fire destroyed an unused bam on the Thomas ton side of Upper Pleasant Street Just over the Thomaa-ton Rockland town line la to Thursday night Officials said the bam was owned by Fred L Derby of 407 Pleasant Street Both Thomas ton and Rockland firemen were kept busy keeping sparks from spreading th to adjoining fields ' r 4 !Cr

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