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Athol Daily News from Athol, Massachusetts • Page 3

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District ATHOL DAILY NEWS 1 Saturday May 271972 PagB 3 Dancing Redial Wednesday 1 ORANGE Mrs Virginia Colo' Sampsonj KatiiyOToole Debbie Pdrcari will present her Athol Debbie Sharpe Brenda OFFICE 4 MAIN ST TO SUBMIT ORANGE NEWS ITEMS PHONE M4-S741 144-ZIM I Ruth JUTebbetts In North hh an hh Mila I street taken to Royal -Cheryl Dexter-Joyce Whitney Tracey Smith and Ann Britts vjt' ATHOL TINYTOTS: Jennifer Delaney George Robideau Michelle Brooks Dennis Brooks Uaa PafaiUs Wendy Muzzy and 1 Anne-Marie Tatro ATHOL BEGINNERS: Heidi Robkhaud Karen Soude Gina Maroni Kim Grant Betsy Godin Holly Temple Jeanne Euvard- Lynn Euvard Julie Robideau Suxanne Poirier- Shelley Duguay Maureen Angela Caedolfi and Danielle Carbone ATHOL INTERMEDIATES Kelly Hopkins Susan Truchin-skas Beverlee Bowker Dana MacDonald Kdiey MacDonald" Suxanne Burgees Terry Rath- burn Lynne Gray Denize Gray -Leeahn Grenier Leigh Ann Deveneau Michelle Temple tvc Cara Carbone and Paulette Tatro ATHOL INTERMEDIATES -X and -Orange Dance Revue Wednesday at 7:30 pjn in the Mahar Regional School auditorium Doors will open at 7 Tickets win be on sale at the box office The theme will be Students will dance in routines to depict downs ponies monkeys dancers ballerinas and other circus performers The show will open with Circus is one The Athol and Orange Tiny Tots will present Merry -go-Round Broke Robert Ellison will be pteao ccompaniest Costuming is by Mrs Porcari and mothers of students The following children will perform-: ORANGE TINY TOTS: Lottie Jean Cloukey Melissa Cloukey Dawn-Marie Perry Susan Larocque Laurie Jeanne Dexter Heidi Bush Jennifer Lawson and Chris ORANGE BEGINNkRS: Lisa Burnett Sonia Bush Laurie Mayberry Kristin Skrsbis -VvJ Tetri Hopkins Lori Hunt Hddl Maaten8iMMad)onaMAimi-1Ji Marie Bartus Cherie Mae-Debbie McCassie Denise Donald Heidi Landry Julie Lawson Charlene Batutis Rathburn Janine Poirier Susan Tammy Wood Toni Clukey Kim Gebo and Sunn Duguay Fournier Tammy Geveland ATHOLETTES: Susen Lynne Whipple linda Whipple Osborne Robin Osborne Katiiy "'A 4 Main vu Friday the Catherine Barton Nursing Home mu venom Burma nanus hi Cochituate For Auxiliary Police Set ROYALSTON Training seaaioni for auxiliary police have been acheduled at meeting to be initiated June a in the town hall' All- members" havebeen requested to attend the pjn )At a meeting Thursday Herman HamM was elected auxiliary police eaptain with William Simmington Srd- lieutenant: Leslie McManus jergeant and Paul LaRoche police advisor The Thursday meeting -was attended by'LaRoche Simming-ton Hamd Wayne Kirfcman David Putney Erwin Sylvester Jeffrey Mosher and Kenneth-White THEY CAE TO ZAMBIA LUSAKA Zambia (AP) Zambia gained 7661 'imi migrants in 1971a record total for any one year since indepen- dence in 1964 The largest num- -ber 3786 came from Brit- -ain to the former British ter ritory of Northern Rhodesia CARD OF THANKS The Orange Utde-League wtahei to ttank the Wtowisg todjvMsals srgaehstiens and coaeeras tor their -1 denatioas to the bleacher toad: Athel-Orange Lodge ef Elks Redaey Bent Owapaay Dr Ivor Masssy AdeO Cor- aersUea Emplpyees Fund Glrardl Dlstrlbaters Oraags of American Legtan Feat No 17 Green- field Co-Operative Baah -Fraaklla Ceaaty Trait Oraage Savfap Unity CUb of Ftnt UahrersaBst Church Adeil Cerporattan Virgiaia' Bradshaw and Barbara Kenaey FUTURE TELLER Miss Ingrid Krlic daughter of Mi and Mrs Mussn RrUe of 13 Eddy street Orange who has been accepted Into the teller training program of the Greenfield Co-operative Bank A senior at Mahar Regional School Orange she Is a member of the future teachers club the National Honor Society the Singing Senators the basketball team office staff art and Toga staffs She Is a festered wirier and has participated in variety shows chorus actlv-iflesi class' and prom committees the gym show and project fair Good enough for company: coffee gelatin cut into cubes and topped with soft custard sauce Scanlan Cindy Deveneau Abbey Plotkin Davidaon Linda Lafi Michelle Poirier Lynn Mao Donald and Marguolte Mae- Donald 'i: ATHOL GYM GROUP: Sharod Parker GaU LeBlanc Cathy Chiasaon Lym MacDonald and vv-': Robin Osborne 1 HARD LANDING "'-'4 ORANGE James Lowe sport parachutist from Concord was X-rayed and released from Memorial Hospital Athol- Friday-afternoon after making aX landing" at the munidpM ft by am- vJl --t' (The fellowiag Items ire used as sabmitted by the Fire odJ i is vs Y- The' O-pi-da-ko-ya Camp Fire group met Monday at the home of Mrs Henrich This was our last week of Gamp Fire We played a game -June is' our Grand Council Fire Next month we wiU have a cookout at the heme of Henrich Diane 1 Kelley brought the treat Scribe Diane Kelley' Sfale Ta Tan Da We had our meeting at the home of Mrs' MarseUo Then we learned mar three ranks and seven crafts the color-of them and what they mean Gigi- Landry brought the treat Barbara Ewml scribe MaharMenus 'ORANGE Menus at Mahar Regional School tor next week are as follows: Monday no- school (Memorial Day) Tuesday scrambled hamburg or French hamburg Wednesday American chop suey or Swedish meat balli Thursday creamed chicken Friday sloppy Joe on bun or fish cakes Vegetable school-made rolls dessert and one-half pint of milk served with an meals Joseph Cormier 1 Joseph Cormier 45 of 151 Hartford turnpike Shrewsbury died Thursday from injuries received in a twmear accident in Oxford' He was the stepson qf Floyd Hastings a former Athol resident He was a professional country-western musician under ihb name of Rock Dawson He wamjdoyedatWorcesterSate Hospit He also leaves Ms mother Marietta (Wood) Cormier Hastings of Worcester James Cormier -and' two daughters Card Lee and Kathy Lynn Cormier all of Worcester and a brother Paul Cormier of Albina Midi The funeral will be Monday morning from the A Simard A Son Funeral Home in Leominr ster Calling hours are 7 to 9 pm todr and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pjn j1 Queen Isabella? who sponsored Columbus' discovery voyage to the New World appears on one American coin the Isa- bella commemorative quarter-' dollar minted- in 1893 at the request of the Board of Lady Managers of the Columbian Ex-: position in Chicago GARAGE SALE ALL DAY' TODAY i CONGRESS ST ORANGE 544-2223 'A "5 A FUTURE DESIGNER Mil Catherine Gron-'dln( daughter Mr and Mrs Pan! Grondln of 28 Bang avenue Orange who has been accepted at Greenfield Community College where she will major In graphic design A senior at Mahar Regional School she has participated In gym and variety shows She Is a member of the cheering sqnad the volleyball team leaders dob outing club and on the yearbook staff ABT DANCERS TO APPEAR AT MEMORIAL NEW YORK Four American Ballet Theater art- ists will appear at a memorial benefit performance June I at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires in memory of eight of leading dancers recently killed in a plane crash Eleanor and Ted Kivitt will dance the "Don pas -de deux Cynthia Gregory' and Ivan Nagy will appear in the pas dedeux' Plocoi Mahar Auditorium MuhurCafotoriu Muhar Cufuturiu tA Lj airport Jbuunce to the hospital Church Services Orange Athol Tracey Smith ORANGE GYM GROUP: Terri He was taken Petersham T' VV V- ifj-r't'- 3f VS 'V' vt-- y': -i-iV NOTICE OF OPEN CAMPUS PUBLIC HEARINGS AT MAHAR REGIONAL St Rotor's Ramon Catholic Rev Judo Simonoau SJS Sacrament Community Tot JSS417S Sat pm Masa Sun am and 11 am Maisei Waakdays 7:1 pm Masp -l Orthodox Congrmgatlonal Tha Uni tsd Church a Christ Rav Gorlon Tata minlstar Tal 7S4-OOtS Mn EMsord SltiWnp Sunday Schaof Supurinttndmt Earl Oloan Parsonage at Wmt street Sun am Worship Strvicu Unitarian Church First Csngngutlanal Parish Unitarian Rav Wattstlll Sharp pillar 72440M Parsonage Wmt strait Sun am Church sarvlce 'i v- t' Wf io J4- MN VVV'': Court ORANGE In'Dbtrict Court Friday Judge Philip Ball Jr presiding Robert A Howard 17 of- 44 Burrell avenue pleaded guilty to charges of quoding and operating a vehicle without a license in his possession-- was found guilty on both charges and fined $10 for speeding The rating without a license 1 was filed Jeffrey 8 Chiuson 17 6f 155 Union atreet Athol pleaded innocent to chargee of larceny and breaking and entering in the daytime The caee was continued to June 5 to enable Chiassou-to obtain counsel Ernest Ltmprou 23 of' Pawtucket I pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle without registration iq Ms possession He was found guilty and fined MO Being without funds and in that police had not yet determined proof of ownership of the vehicle Lampron was committed to the custody of police until the fine was paid and registration was verified Dougias Caldwell 22 of 35 Horrigan avenue Athol charged with speeding received a continuance to June 5 when his legal counsel toiled to Show up Gregory Blaser age and address unknown having been charged with larceny of less than MOO and breaking and entering and toiling to appear in court had a warrant Lnued for his arrest SUCCOR FOR WOMEN FRANKFURT Germany (AP) Female trade unionists are demanding equal wages and better promotions for West 96 million women workers Pointing to wage differ- entials the campaign leaders note that female industrial employes are averaging only M-51 an hour compared to 62-17 for their male counterparts Area Athol Church Of Our Lady Immaculata Roman CalMIc Tht Rtv Paler Malloy pallor Rav Joseph Marcotte Riv Albln Wahar emaciate pastors Mrs Rossanna DaPrattt oraamst School strsat Tal 24401 Sat Msssss and pm -hR Mnts at tlivsm: -v i (Daily Masses at 7 am except Saturday Mornings Canfmaiana 4 and 7 pm Saturdays St Francis Ramin Catholic The Rav Justin StsponaltH pastor Main strsat Tal ia mi Sal pm CcnlaMrsna 5:10 pm Masa Sunday obligation Sunday mamas at 1:10 and am Daily Maun at 7 am Monday Tunday Thursday and Friday Wednesday mam al S-10 pm Congragatlonal Tha United Church ol Christ Rav Howard Hom'pstMr Richardson Youth AUndtar Ann Thrower organist and choir director Parsonage at Ml Pleasant St Til M4M1 Paster's study at IMS Chestnut Strut Tst amJr HI Sr HI and Adult Study Morning Worship and Lswar Church School Chdr rstisirsal and cottsa hour ChlRho High School FaHeWship AltwnaM Tuaadayi am MlsaJon Study Group Saturday a Jr Chair pm' Junta- High jahn Rev Hfreid Smack Marlon Bone ergedht Mrs Janice Hayden soloist WpyiM Frost tutor Mrs Dtrle Sherweed Parsonage at 7M Lanai street Tel 14477 Church Study Til 2442 Sun am Church school sm Sar-ytmOtwerahip First Church Unitarian Mrs Psnnls Kiemsn brgmtsl Mrv tlowurd Pimum sducafidn chsirmin Church locatud at 47 Main itmt Tit 24-1142 Sun lm Survlcis Church school at 4 Jn First Church Of Christ Sclantlst -14S Ridga bvanue Sun am Sunday Khool am Church Sarvlca Wad 7 :45 pm- Testimony Moating Raiding room span Monday through Saturday t-4 pm and Thursday pm Athol-Orange Baptist Church Church locatsd at Walnut and Church slrauti Athol Rav John Sawyer Jr potior Donsie Ainsworth orgonfst Parsonage at lJIRIdpo avenue Athol Tot St a7 Sun am Sunday Up Momlng Warship pm Youth maollngi pm Erailng sarvlcp pip1 Christian Education wad SdS pm I pip Chair -rahaenaL St John's Episcopal Tho Ray Jack Eakar Recta Elgar rn Yy jy (J tv 1 TO FURTHER EDUCATION Miss CyRthta "Chase daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard Chase of 132 North Main street Orange who will enter Greenfield Community College In the fall where she will major In the medical secretarial coarse A senior at Mahar Regional School she has participated In variety and'gym shows the spring and Christmas concerts the senior class play and prom and class committees She is a member of the hind Symphonic Winds the Woodwind Ensemble and the Fish n' Game Cfnb Republican liOHlIIlltt00 The Athol Republican Town Committee recently elected the following officers chairman James Gar hose vice- chairman Bruce A Robertson: secretary Mrs Harold Dower treasurer AUea March co-vice chairman Arlan Willard Mrs William Garfaose Gar-' boae and March were elected as delegates 0 the Republican State Convention with Richard Shepardson as an alternate -jMi') at --seq hi id aGHxliiigsf? Caatiaaed From Fags 1 happened iq side-by- tint was when they to puD tixir cars aide at a red light In other testimony Friday Albert TartagUa an auto repairman said that a car owned by Frank A Vendituoli 56 of West Barrington was taped-up and an a rack in an East Providence repair shop on April 7" the date on which Kdiey said Vendituoli used the car to drive men- to the meeting at which Patriarca allegedly said he wanted MarteoUlied Vendituoli is doe of four men acquitted last March of charges in connection with the slayings case is being reheard since a 1970 Jury dis- -agreed Von the accessory The 1970 panel found Patri-area and three others guilty of conspiraqr in the slayiqgs and sentenced each man to ten years in prison Another man was found guilty of the murders and was sentenced to life i Deficit From Page I the officials added- Another reason for the aise of the deficit ie the currency rea-: Bgnment of last December sn agreement which devalued the iMr and revalued upward -several key currencies The re-' eult-wu to make foreign im- parts in this country mare ex- pensive end UK exports oversees cheeper But demand for foreign goods in this country is still strong meaning that consumers are buying about the same' amount of foreign commodities as they did before but at higher prices UK officials say it will take some time for the currency set-tiement to demand for impo Logal Notlca -r -i'1 COMMONWEALTH OP MASSACHUSETTS WORCESTER SS PROEATR COURT To persan bitamtad In Hw mtaf sf PETER COPET IdM 1 ATHOfe bl laid Ceunty deceeled i A peltHen hee been prmenlid I said Ceurt terpnbaleer certabi-tnebiiment tp be the ioet ME paid decepesd by LERA COPETA Of ATHOU Rw Clunty Of 4 apA ftereWmi RVym IVImT inv OR ippMINI Hwcuta thereof wlthmt ghrtng aurety on Vwr ben ygur -fttaiwy ttmM fllei wrftten sppeerance in wld Court et Wercmtur beta ten e'cMch 772 dw mum day at Mb dtatai WitllMa CARL' I WAHLSTROM tA itiduqA To hoar oxptoikillon of fho OPIH CAAAFUS plan for Ntahar 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School ago 4 through Orado I am Sarvlce af WsriMp 4 pm Church School Gndm PIS Mon pm Choir rohoanal Thun 1 pm Junior Chair 4:1 pm Youth Chair St Mary's Homan Catholic Michael Harnady assistant Catharine Smith organlat and choir director Church locatud at It Congress strsat Rectory of I Saturday evening Ms 4 pm Sunday Maiow and am Pony Man ot 7 m- Evening Maw 117 pm oucapl Saturday Station af the Cram Friday at Bathany Lutharan Rev Karl gittonhsndor peota Mrs hit Hunta organist Ervin Llpka Sunday school super In londont Parsanogo ol 71 Chaney slractTal 144411 Church church oft lea and uducattai buDdlne at Chaney street Til S44 2S41 Sun am Worship sarvlcs with Unltod Muthodlst Rev Prill I Mrs Carl PaoMttl wganm Church attic at South Main strati Til S4440M Sun am Sarvlca at Worship Mission Covenant Rev Gaol RringanA pasler Mrs Dari Dslva organist Church locatsd at SS Plauiant struct Parsons at Ml PMatant' stcoot Tal S44-MSS Sun am Sunday School 11:00 ijk Morning Worship Thurs 2:45 pmTraH Rlpiore inssl at church First Assembly Of God north locatud tt 47 South Main strati Sun a Sunday School 11a Morning Worship pm Chrlsrt Ambassadors 7 pm Evening Evangelical Sarvlca Wad 7 pm Mid-Week' Prayor First Univdrsalisf The Rav Vance Frank Parsonage at Ml Wmt Elver (treat Tal S4-M27 Church otflcaepanf a lei Tuaidpys Ritsugh Friday Malcolm Had director of music Church off let at SI Worth Main strsat ToL Sup 11 am Sunday tarvlcaa Nursa- cars ptsvldad pm Yaidh graup Jehovah's Witnesses Mall Weplpl EAp MMusu Amgoov nsiis uoniffi 0071 ngrauf Sun a jn Public Addrst am Watch lowsr Study Turn 7 pm IM Discussion Frl 7 pm Ministry SchM pm- Sarvlca Matting South Athol United Mathodist Harvay Collins lay 241147 Mrs Martin Havana srganM Wendell Fence Town Officials SIONEDfTho Mahar Open Campus Committee 7 Newton aeaWant Sunday SchaW suparln tandant V' SouthRoyalston Second Congragatlonal United ChurCh at ChrMt Mr Robart Clogs ton pasta Mrs Martha Kkhmen church eacratury ana dark Wayna Nswtwi arganlsl Mrs Ruth Whlppta church achaal luptrlntsndwit Pastor rmMaa at South Moin strssr East 'r' TemptataL Tal 1432-144 V1'-'' Sun im Sarvlca of warship Our Lady Quean Of -Heaven Savarith-Day Advontlst Pastor Paul Palanan Mia Thelma Hale home and school leader Mn Marian Lombard Sabbath school suporlntiiidsnl Mrs Paul Putursan lunlor dspartmont Mrs Madolinu Atnar primary and Un- Church locution SMI South Mt rap TO 141400 -1 J-Chiirm-rltes-'- o'mf'" Safurdpy Sabbotti School prayor irwotlng WsdncsPoy oxespt homo and school taurlh Wsdnosdpy ol thamonlh Tha Salvation Army Oflicars In ctimga Capt and Mrs Marla Millar 107 Ridga avenue Ta S0M1I1 Sun am Sunday Schesi 11 am morning tvorshlp 11 am lunlor church 0:15 pm youth matting 7 pm street services 7 JO pm salvation meeting Tuap pm Carpi Cadtts: pm Oirl Guardi and boys group Wud SM pm Junior mkliari pm Ladiat Home League Thun pm Junior Legion pm treat service hit I lb la meeting Frl pm Sunbaams pm Community ChUTCh Of North OrOngO AnO lUliy IMvenalM Cangragational Rav Arthur Shaw mlnlsta Mr Dorothy lockmor organist Roy Btackmor 4hoir tractor Mim Martha giockpior church school super In tsndent Sun 10 am Family worship Music by Rw ssnior choir Following children's sermon Church school chlldron will go to Hair clones Cor 1st and (ukt rim la follow pm Crundan and Tor- Warwick Matcalf Mamorial David Ray pasta Sun am Swylct at warship and Sunday Erying St Blanche's Mission Roman Catholic Rumen catholic Sun am Mam 4:45 pm Stattaia at th Croa and SanadlcllOn at the 11 sad Sacramont Canfaislona avary third Saturday of tlw Congragatlonal Rav JoffrtyLamp patter Sun Phillipston Full Gospel Assembly Rt 1A tt PMIIpttan comar Rav Hugh McCary OS North Mad Street Orange Tg 444411 Similar aarvlcas im and 7 pm Congregational United Church at Christ Rav wmiorn Kjttp pasta 'Chair dbseta Mr' Alma Rwba Sunday Khaol SupL Mrp SyMa ajrfc We Have The rj -V "v-r '--v1 Roman Catholic Rev Aurelia Garlapy SSS rnmittrata Sat pm Mam Sun am low masa Ad 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