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Vote on cutting school budget set July 9 Colonial soldier remembered Members of the Ramassoc Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution place flowers and an American Flag at the grave of John Kinney a revolutionary war veteran at ceremonies Friday Mrs Agnes Ames (kneeling) helps Heidi Iloffman place the flag in the ground Her mother Mrs Donna Hoffman is at far right Gloria Rae Cookson stands ready with the flowers (NEWS Photo) Piscataquis District Court MILLINOCKET - A petition for referendum was voted by the Millinocket Town Council June 25 with the intention of reducing the school budget for July 1 1976 to June 30 1977 by $90000 The date for voting on the referendum was set for July 9 at the Millinocket Armory The petition signed by over 200 residents was taken after the Millinocket school budget was presented earlier in June The school budget in the amount of $2799523 was presented by the Millinocket School Committee as a “bare budget with no frills" and with the approval of four of the five school board members The local appropriation was set at $2154978 The one board member who dissented Mrs Fredericka Boynton had spearheaded in April a referendum to reduce the amount of monies held in escrow for the school budget by $82320 This referendum was passed by a majority of the voters on April 30 and in May the town council reduced the escrow amount by $82320 But since the school budget had not been presented this did not affect the school budget and when the school budget was presented in May the town council accepted the budget as presented by a five to two vote Mrs Boynton then presented five signatures to the town clerk to take out another petition These would Ranger also said it was his personal opinion that if some people were not satisfied with the present town council the time to show this would be at the next municipal election This was in reply to a statement made previously that some council members should be recalled The petition presented June 25 asked for the $90000 to be taken from Article 1 of the school budget Attorney Stan petitions were circulated by Snowman explained that it Mrs Boynton’s husband' appeared under this article Robert that by reducing the budget At the June 25 meeting by $90000 it would not Council Chairman Gearry reduce the amount to be Ranger said that Although some people had criticized the council for putting school money in escrow the Maine Municipal Association (MMA) had written the council saying the council had acted in a responsible manner n doing this Ranger said th some officials had tried to tell the people who took out the first referendum that it would not serve the purpose they thought it raised by the town taxes as this article dealt with state allocations and not local allocations He said the council had three paths of action They could reject the petition they could change the wording of the petition to article 3 which deals with liTcaC allocation 6r they could accept the petition as presented under Article 1 Mrs Boynton who spoke in the absence of her husband said the intent of the petition was for the budget to be reduced by this amount and she didn’t understand why the amount couldn’t be under article 1 Snowman explained that the MMA stated the state allocation cannot be reduced Mrs Boynton said the petition was taken out in good faith and that Town Manager Michael LaChance should have told the petitioners it wasn't worded correctly LaChance replied that he was not consulted in this and he did not see the petition until late in the final day He said that if he had been consulted he would have advised not taking the petition on article 1 LaChance said “The last time I was accused of ‘intimidating’ was when I advised the petitioners and this time my advice was not sought so 1 did not advise” jilrs Boynton said she directed Mrs Nadine Boddy Town Clerk how to word the petition Councilor Thomas Knight asked if the intent was not to cut taxes Mrs Boynton replied “I am not particularly interested in a tax cut I would just as soon see the money reallocated and would like to see the money redirected to other areas” Carleton McLean former councilor said that “monies raised in school funding must stay in school appropriation” After much discussion the council agreed with Mrs Boynton that the intent of the petitioners was to reduce the school budget by $90000 and the vote was unanimous to take the matter to referendum The referendum will have the $90000 cut from Article 3 which states: “To see what sum the municipality will raise and appropriate for school purposes as local funds without state participation — with a recommended amount of $310838” The council then appointed Carleton McLean as warden for the referendum voting and Mrs Boddy as clerk DOVER FOXCROFT — Judge Jessie H Briggs heard the following complaints on Thursday in the Piscataquis Division of the Maine District Court Earl D Case 32 Blaine crinimal threatening continued to July 19 at 1:30 pm $1000 bail Hugh Michael Temos 33 North Hampton Pa criminal threatening dismissed Douglas Corliss 20 Argyle assault and battery 30 days in jail all but five suspended Five complaints against Skowhegan honor roll SKOWHEGAN The following students received all A’s or high honors on the fourth ranking period honor roll at Skowhegan Area High School Freshmen with high honors were Regina Baker Corinth area churches list activities EAST CORINTH United Methodist activities this week have included the annual “Church Choir lobster supper’’ and fellowship hour at the Fellowship Hall with over 20 attending The United Methodist Men’s Club wa-s hosted by the president Raymond Thompson at his home for a swimming pool party cookout and fun time The ladies are invited to attend at the July 20 cook out at Thompson’s The Ladies Aid of the West Corinth United Methodist Church will observe “Old Home Day” June 29 at the Community Hall beginning at 10 a m -4 pm The Rev Sidney Buzzell will show slides of the Holy Land Dinner will be served at noon It is hoped that anyone ever involved in the church or Ladies Aid will be present for the occasion On June 27 worship service will begin at 9:30 a m with choir and special music The Rev Robert Mayhew will be guest and preach on “Heifer Theology” Worship service at West Corinth will begin at 10:45 am The interior of the sanctuary of West Corinth Church has been newly renovated Plans are being formulated for a new furniace to replace the wood stove of many years Contributions of any amount would be appreciated Nancy Bolduc Barbara Dionne Laura Dudley Cheryl Fortin Heidi Henderson Brenda Houston Sandra Kingsbury Edith Priest Nome St Ledger Michael Strickland John Thebarge Brenda Yeaton Sophomores all A’s Scott Delcourt Laurie Sirois high honors David Bolduc Pauline Champagne Michele DePesa Margot Joly David Ladd Diane McLaughlin James Plourde Lenita Richardson Amber Spofford Gary Stottler Doreen Wilder Juniors all A's Diane Butler Mary Hunter Gail Palmer Joel Richardson Cheryl Salisbury high honors Cheryl Adams Arthur Bolduc Kathryn Burrill Robin Cooley Julie Farnsworth Mary Hebert Randy Lord Randy Porter Theresa Poulin Dean Quimby Jean Seamans Carol Swain David Vemette Brenda Wentworth Brenda Wyman Seniors all A’s Anne Butler Martha Hunter Megan Joly Becky Nightingale Cathleen O’Connor Sandra Weston high honors Leonard Brown Jodie Hewey Margo Holt Jullie Knowlton Janet Lloyd Patricia McDonald Alice Mayo Faylene Norton Bruce Perkins Scott Perkins Mary Poulin Cathy Spencer Kimbly Varney Michael Watson Sharon Wilder Allen Worthley and Brenda Young Bicentennial group to meet MOSCOW - The Upper Kennebec Valley Bicentennial committee will hold its final planning session Monday June 28 at the Moscow Town Hall at 7 pm All members are urged to attend this final planning session Richard A Hall 25 Guilford charging unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs were dismissed Ruel Avery Argyle contributing to delinquency of a minor S75 Herbert A Russell Dover - Foxcroft assault $100 fine to be paid July 29 $150 personal recognizance Mark Koenig 18 Dover -Foxcroft criminal mischief 41 days in jail Claude R Lowell 22 Sangerville theft by unauthorized taking on June 14 a bottle of shampoo value of $105 at Judkins Shop and Save dismissed Michael R Morin 18 Greenville operating unregistered motor vehicle $25 Short fish William A McKinley 33 Milo four trout $40 Peter A Poray 22 Winthrop one salmon $25 Keith J Doore 23 Guilford added weight to flyline $20 Barry L Morse 20 South Paris excess fish eight trout $60 Andre C Morin 23 Greenville fishing in closed waters $20 Joseph Pelkey 39 Pittsfield bait fishing in fly fishing w aters $20 tOQsl $jg - Ifi ' : Miss Maine teenager The new Miss Maine Teenager for 1976 17 year - old Miss Gail Alice Berube of Saco (left) is congratulated by Miss Maine Teenager 1975 Miss Denise Giguere of Sabattus who ended her reign Saturday night The pageant was held at the University of Maine at Presque Isle (NEWS Photo) Judge hears court cases at Lincoln LINCOLN - The following cases were heard in Lincoln District Court on Tuesday before Judge Jessie Briggs James R Hainer 40 Arizona operating motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor non - appearance Craig VV Chamberlain 17 Lincoln improper passing $30 Edmund V Foisy 25 Springfield operating motor vehicle without license $50 aggravated assault continued to July 20 1976 and possession of an unusual amount of marijuana $50 Gaston Litalien 35 Passadumkeag operating unsafe motor vehicle $25 The court also processed two uninspected motor vehicles one inadequate fire extinguisher and 21 speeding violations Gail Berube of Saco is new teener queen Victim of the storm A part of one of the oldest homesteads in Milo fell victim to fire in Thursday night's storm when a bolt of lightning hit the rear of a barn and attached shed The structure was instantly engulfed in flames Heavy insulation in the walls of the shed prevented the fire from reaching the main house owned by Mrs Phyllis Gould Firemen from Milo and Brownville Junction were at the Riverside Street home by 10 pm but were anable to save the bam which was used as a storage area for snowmobiles boats trailers and 'tools'" No one was injured (Bradeen Photo) PRESQUE ISLE - A 17 -year old Saco girl Gail Alice Berube was selected Miss Maine Teenager of 1976 at a pageant here SallUfday evening Mis?- Berube was chosen from among 35 other teenagers competing for the Miss Teenager title She was the second runnerup in the 1975 Miss Maine Teenager pageant First runnerup in the contest was Miss Kristina A U nderkoffler of Scarborough a 17 - year -old high school senior who also placed second in the Miss Maine Teenager 1975 pageant Miss Berube who graduated in the top fifth of her high school class is a Sunday School teacher and vice president of her church’s youth group She said her life’s ambition is to become involved in “the world of fashion” Immediately after she was named the winner the 1975 Miss Maine Teenager Denise Giguere of Sabattus embraced Miss Berube and offered her congratulations Miss Berube will represent Maine at the annual Miss National Teenager pageant on Aug 1 to 7 She received two scholarships a trophy crown and banner among her prizes for capturing the title Other runnerups included: Miss Kathy Gilbert 17 of Windson second runnerup Miss Beach closed to swimming at Corinna CORINNA — Recreation Director Esther Coulimore has closed the swimming beach at Southards Mills while awaiting the results of water testing State officials took water samples June 24 and they expect the results of the tests in about 15 days Some children had broken out in small red blotches after swimming there so the beach was ordered closed until further notice Lisa Huddleston 16 of Millinocket third runnerup and Miss Paual Chamberland 16 of Madawaska fourth runnerup The five finalists were chosen from 15 semi -finalists who waited anxiously on the stage in Wieden auditorium at the University of Maine at Presque Isle while outgoing Miss Maine Teenager Denise Giguere gave a farewell speech prior to the announcement of the winner The theme of the pageant was “What's Right About America” Judging the contest were Branda Davis Thibodeau of Presque Isle 1973 Miss Maine USA Elaine Habeeb of Caribou 1972 Maine Junior Miss Cindy Towne 1975 Maine Apple Queen and Oscar Nelder Presque Isle photographer 4-H Club forms in Charleston CHARLESTON - A new 4-H Club has been organized in Charleston It is a horse club called “The Pony Express” Leader of the club is Mrs Anne Moore Officers of the club are president Karl Stockley vice - president Laurie MacDonald secretary Tammy Strout treasurer Donna Moore The club was represented June 20 at a 4-H horse show at Corinna by Laurie MacDonald and her horse lightning The pair brought home a first ribbon three second place rihbons and a third-place for a total of five ribbons out of six events entered Also winning in the pig scramble was Laurie MacDonald Schenck High lists honor roll EAST MILLINOCKET -The Schenck High School honor roll for the final quarter has been released by Principal Kenneth Nelson Jr Seniors: William Adams Theresa Babineau Mary Batchelor Diane Bishop Donna Bolstridge Kim Boreelo Warren Brown Alan Brownewell Tana Carlstrom David Cassidy Helen Clark Michael Collinsworth Ernest Cook Donna Crosby Laurie Damon Judi DeWitt Laurie Dickey Gerald Doiron Peter Faloon Tammy Fayle Connie Fiske Lawrence Foley Dennis Glidden Jeffrey Glidden Also Michael Hale Kathy Heal Perry Huntley Jean Jarvis Marilyn Lakeman Rhonda Lanzara Peter Larlee Sherri LeBlanc Richard LeVasseur Robert Leveille Charles Lynch Gary Markie David McAvoy Charles Merrill Laurie Morin David Nicholson Rebecca Osgood Thomas Paoletti Brenda Pelkey Linda Plourde David Rush Carl Segee Cand’ie Smith Betty Snowman Barbara Stanley Judy Turcotte Jack Waite Jr Juniors: Charles Boynton John Boynton Kim Boynton Marietta Cote Jody Cottle Tammy Cottle Pamela Delano Bonnie Dempsey Carol Furlotte Phillip Glidden Heidi Goddard Anne Hackett Denise Jarvis Kejli Lakeman Tammy Lakeman Denise LeClerc Lucinda Lent Michael LeVasseur Susan Lombard Michael Lowry John McAvoy Lorrie McCormack -Also Kim McGowan Richard Mercer Robert Michaud Dorothy Moffatt Julie Morin Lynn Morris Randall Newbury Katherin O’Grady Scott Osgood Louis Ouellette Elizabeth Owens Susan Page Terrence Parsons Ellen Pelkey Judith Plourde William Powers Annette Rosebush Kathleen Rossignol Darrell Roundy Philip Roy Mary Smith David Spinney Selina Stanley Theresa Tanous Kimberly Tile Sandra Turcotte Richard Violette Pennecia Watts Debra Wood Pamela York Sophomores: David Recreation volunteers cited The Skowhegan Recreation Department honored three of its volunteers for their efforts during the year in the town's sport's programs Awarded trophies by recreation director Eugene Hilinski (far right) were (from left) Prudy McMann Nancy Warren and the Rev Gilbert Patenaude' (NEWS Photo by Bruce Hertz) Austin Kirk Birmingham Torrie Borrello Doris Bouchard Thomas Bouchard Anthony Cesare Joseph Cote Julia Deveau Ann Dickey Scott Elkins Teresa Farrington Lydia Finson Kelley Fiske Margaret Giberson Joseph Hackett Sandra Hale Margaret Heal Deborah LaBreck Laurie McDunnah Debbie McLaughlin Timbthy Merryfield Shelley Millett Peter Murray Nancy Rowe Anne Shaw Norman Stratton Brenda Tapley Bret Van Dine Nancy Whitmer Frank Willette Freshmen: Randal Banis Cheryl Benar Donna Birmingham David Bolstridge Lynda Brown Audrey Coon Cheryl Delano Wade Finson Dale Fiske Christopher Foran Darrell Gagnon Lisa Goddard Joseph Lanzara Clint Linscott Steven Lynch Pamela Markie Also Scott McAvoy Catherine McLaughlin Kim McLaughlin Tine McMahon Lynn Michaud Jay Nelson Karen Nicholson Shawn Nicholson Jeffrey Osgood Kathleen Pelcher Lorrie Pelkey Michelle Rosebush Lisa Sherman Nolan Tanous Terri Tibbitts Terry Turcotte Eric Turmel Scott VanDine Lori Wallace Ellen Wrubleski 4 divorces granted in district court DOVER - FOXCROFT -Judge Jessie H Briggs signed four divorce decrees charging cruel and abusive treatment The cases were heard in the Piscataquis Division of the Maine District Court on Thursday Sherryl A Parsons of Guilfo from Eugene N Parsons address unknown A minor child to plaintiff Barbara R Carson Willimantic from Harold L Carson of Dover Foxcroft minor child to plaintiff Allen Thompson Brownville from Patricia F Thompson address unknown Judith A McAfee Dover - Foxcroft from Frederick P McAfee of Brewer Plaintiff to resume maiden name of Judith Ann Loguercio Nursery school has program graduation EAST CORINTH - The Corinthian Christian Nursery School in East Corinth held its final program and graduation Friday with a large number of family and friends attending this special event A program with the flag salute and songs was presented by the children Teacher Mrs Ixtis Crane showed slides taken during the school year of the children in different learning situations The Rev Sidney Buzzell ofthe United Methodist Church where the school is located gave the closing benediction prayer Refreshments ana fellowship followed the program PISCATAQUIS Millinocket sets date 18 Ba ngor Daily News Monday June 78 1976

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