Kennebec Journal from Augusta, Maine (2024)

REBAR -KJ Photos by Littlefield BECKER BUSH COUGH ROPER TREAT Boys State Delegates Gardiner High School delegates to the annual Dirigo Boys State have been listed by Raymond E. Stickney, high school principal, and Erwin R. Johnson, Americanism officer. Smith Wiley Post, American Legion. Boys State will be held at the University of Maine June 12-17.

Local students attending the government training program will be Leonard H. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Becker, 39 Dennis sponsored by the Gardiner branch, Depositors Trust David P. Bush, son of Mr.

a Mrs. John Bush, 26 Pleasant Gardiner Rotary Club, Stephen A. Cough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.

Cough, 41 Elm Gardiner Lions Club; Robert B. Roper, son of Mr. and ORDINANCE NO. 60-6 An Ordinance Providing for the Regulation of Mobile Homes, Mobile Home Parks, and Trailers: Establishin Provisions for the Issuance of Permits; and Setting Forth Minimum Standards for Mobile Home Parks. Section One.

Definitions. For the purpose of this ordinance, the follow. ing words and phrases shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this section. Mobile Home. Mobile home shall mean any vehicle used or so constructed as to permit its being used as conveyance on the public streets and highways and duly licensed as such, and constructed in such a manner as will permit occupancy thereof as dwelling or sleeping place for one or more persons, and provided with toilet and a bathtub or shower.

b. Mobile Home Park. Mobile home park shall mean a plot of ground on which two or more mobile homes occupied for dwelling or sleeping purposes are located. c. Trailer.

Trailer shall mean mobile home which does not have toilet and bathtub or shower. Section Two. General Prohibitions. The following general prohibitions shall apply: No person shall maintain and occupy a trailer or mobile home in the City of Gardiner except in duly licensed mobile home park. b.

No occupied trailer shall be permitted in a mobile home park. Section Three. Permits. The following provisions regarding permits concerning mobile homes, mobile home parks, and trailers shall apply: Permit Required. No person shall construct, maintain, operate, or alter any mobile home park in the City of Gardiner unless such person has a valid permit issued by the Building Inspector.

b. Fees for and Issuance of Permits. The Building Inspector, upon written application of any person, may issue or renew. mobile home park permits to any such person upon compliance with the provisions of this ordinance. The fee therefor shall be $25, renewable annually on the 1st day of January.

C. Initial and Renewal Applications. Initial applications shall be accompanied by set of plans, drawn to scale, showing the following information: 1. The area and dimensions of the tract of land. 2.

The maximum number, loca. tion and size of all mobile home spaces. S. The location of any existing buildings and any prO posed structures. The location and width of roadways and walkways.

5. The location of water and sewer lines and the sewage disposal systems. Renewal application shall be accompanied by plans, drawn to scale, showing any proposed extension or alterations which extensions and alterations shall be made to conform with the provisions of this ordinance before such renewal application shall be granted. The making of extensions or alterations without such approval shall be cause for immediate revocation of the mobile home park permit. d.

Location of Park. No permit for the location of mobile home park shall be issued to any person authorizing such person to establish a mobile home park within the compact area of the City of Gardiner as indicated on the maps of the State Highway Commission as they shall exist on January 1, A.D. 1960. Section Four. Mobile Home Park Requirements.

Development Requirements for Mobile Home Parks. Mobile homes and mobile home parks, where permitted under the provisions of this ordinance, shall conform to the following minimum standards and in addition to all pertinent, state and local health regulations. 1. Location. No mobile home or mobile home park.

shall be cated so as to be (a) inacces. sible from good roads, (b) close to swamps or other potential breeding places for insects or rodents, (c) on poorly-drained land, on land subject to flooding, erosion, fire, safety or traffic hazards, or (e) on land which is exposed to chronic nuisances such as noise, smoke, fumes and odors. 2. Access. No mobile home park shall.

be developed. unless ade. quate access for mobile homes and attached vehicles, fighting equipment, fuel delivery, refuse collection and other service vehicles is provided. Where the mobile home park does not abut directly on street, paved access roads, located within not less than a 32- foot right-or-way shall be provided. 3.

Area. The area of every mobile home park shall be sufficiently. large enough. to provide for (a) at least 10 but not more than 30 individual mobile home spaces, (b) necessary access roads and service streets. (c) adequate, parking for motor vehicles, (d) essential service, play, maintenance and office cilities.

Street Construction. Every access road and service street within mobile home park shall have a pavement width of not less than 20 feet, shall have well drained, stabilized or paved surface, maintained in good repair, and at night well-lighted, provided, however, that where parallel parking is permitted on one side of the street only, the total width of such streets shall! be not less than 26 feet, and I that where parking is permitted on both sides of the street, the total width of such. street shall be not less than 32 feet. Individual Mobile Home Spaces. No individual mobile home space shall.

contain less than 3,750 square feet of space and such space shall be not less than 50 feet wide and 75 feet deep. The bounds of each space shall be clearly marked, and the space shall be well-surfaced or seeded to provide adequate drainage beneath and adjacent to any mobile home parked Kennebee Journal, Augusta, Tuesday, April 12, 1960 Ball Success Members of the Gardiner Police Assn. began totaling attendance and other figures Monday from Friday night's annual Policemen' Ball. Officials said the event wal "very successful" and drew probably the largest crowd ever. Al estimated 350 persons were pres ent for the 11th annual ball.

Blue and gold streamers a balloons were used to decorate Gardiner State Armory. One of the features was the grand march led by City Manager and Mrs. Dana R. Baggett. William F.

MacDonald, Gar diner's commissioner of public safety and -Mrs. MacDonald and aldermen and their wives follow. ed in the line of march. Representatives of Rockland, Thomaston, Augusta and Bath Police departments joined local police for the ball. Also repre sented the State Police and the Kennebec- County Sheriff's Dept.

U. S. Deputy Marshal and Mra Clyde V. MacMaster, South Gar diner, were among guests. Published in conjunction with the ball was the Police Assn, yearbook.

The book contains photos of police activities during the past year, individual pictures a background material of policemen and reserve and association leaders. Also included are winning essays by Gardiner area students in the annual association essay contest. MacDonald and Thomas A. W. Brigham, local Civil Defense director and an association memwere co-chairmen for the ball.

Police Lt. Richard Monroe is association president. Ball committee members were Charles Bowman and Clif- ford MacMaster, tickets; Donald O'Ben, publicity; Gerard Lemmieux and Clarence Preble checking; Richard Abram and Oscar Pushard, orchestra and hall. Hank Merrill and Vance Daley, parking; Clyde MacMaster, Ralph Chase and Stanley Jordan, program; Lawrence Canty, John Flanigan, refreshment Clifford Crocker, Kenneth Nott and women reservists, decoration committee. Note Holy Week At Whitefield WHITEFIELD Holy Week services will be held this week in St.

Denis Catholic Church, North Whitefield, as follows: Thursday, Mass at 8 p.m., followed by Procession of the Most Blessed Sacrament to Repository Altar; Good Friday, services at 3 p.m.; Holy Saturday, Easter vigil at 8 p.m. Confessions will be held Tuesday night, Wednes afternoon and night, Thursday night after Mass and Friday afternoon and night. There will be no confessions Saturday night. WCTU To Honor County President County president Mrs. Mildred Dort, will be honored when the WCTU meets Wednesday afternoon.

The meeting is being held the home of Mrs. Frank Auber, 102 Highland Ave. at 1:30 p.m. when dessert will be served. The business session will follow and also an auction will take place.

Hostesses will be Mrs. Nellie Randall, Mrs. Arthur Rines, Mrs. Eva Brown and Mrs. Laura Keene.

Thomas Fishburn, Ensign and Mrs. Gerald Larson, Newport, R. and Ensign Peter Ludwig, Cam- bridge, Mass. Charles McGuire, River was honored Sunday with a surprise birthday party arranged by his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

Philip McGuire, South Jefferson. Present were his mother, Mrs. Adelma McGuire, South Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. George Layr, Union; Isace Harris, Ellsworth; Mrs.

Lulu Sprague, Augusta; Miss Shena McGuire, South Jefferson, and Mrs. Charles McGuire. Floyd Ludwig, River elected chairman of the school board at recent meeting. Prison Steward Retires THOMASTON (AP) Eugene 0'. Connell, commissary steward of the Maine State Prison, retired Monday after 34 years on the prison staff.

CLARK SPECIAL '53 PONTIAC 4 dr. Standard Drive, Very Good $295. See. Our Gardiner Sales Representative "WALT" CLARK AT CLARK SERVICE CENTER Mechanic St. Gardiner Tel.

1525 RICHARD JAMES -Valedictorian MARGARET LILLY Salutatorian DANA GAGNE ALICE BROOKE First Honor Essayist Second Honor Essayist Bridge Academy Lists Its Top Ranking Seniors DRESDEN Prin. Willis L. of Bridge Academy announcthese honor parts for the 1960 graduating class: Richard James, valedictorian; Margaret Lilly, salutatorian; Dana Gagne, first honor essayist; Alice Brooke, second honor essayist. James has participated in sports four years and was sophom*ore class president. He plans to attend Maine Vocational Technical Institute, South Portland, after graduation.

Miss Lilly has participated in dramatics and musicals and served on a number of committees. She received the Bickford award her freshman year, the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award and the DAR Good Citizen award this year. She was class president her freshmen and senior years and is school correspondent for the Kennebec Journal. She plans to enter the secretarial field. Gagne has participated in sports and minstrels.

He is vice president of the senior class and will enter Gorham State Teachers College in the fall. Miss Brooke has participated in dramatics, musicals and served on school committees. She is secretary-treasurer of the senior class. She plans to enter the secretarial field. Obituaries, Funeral Notices Funeral Notices LeClair, William Johnson, Roger Libby, Gordon Ballantyne John Pray, Elmer Wing and Postmaster John Tschamler.

Active bearers, were Alfred Kruman, Raymond Rivelli, Harry Clark, William Flanigan, Dr. George Pike and Robert Ozias. Burial will be later in the spring in Hallowell. Services for Mrs. Minnie M.

Perry GARDINER Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie M. Perry of West Gardiner were held Monday afternoon at 39 Washington Ave. The Rev. Malcolm A.

MacDuffie pastor of the Old South tional Church, Hallowell, officiated, The body was placed in private vault to await burial in the Court Street Cemetery, Machias. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mrs. bara Stevens Andrews, who was called away April 12, 1949. "Always dearly remembered," MOTHER, SISTERS, BROTHER Mrs. Gladys Martha McGowen AUGUSTA Mrs.

Gladys Martha McGowen, 55, died- unexpectedly at her home, 6 Flagg St. Monday. Born Aug. 20, 1904 Winthrop, she was the daughter of John and Emma Stanley Tall. She is survived by her husband, George F.

McGowen; two sons, Nelson E. Kaherl of Fort and John B. Kaherl of Augusta; four daughters, Mrs. Emma O. Stanley, New London, Mrs.

Theresa A. Pearson, Augusta, Mrs. Ervine R. Diamond, Winthrop and Mrs. Marlene M.

Gustafson, Plattsburg, N. and 13 grand hildren. Mrs. McGowen was a member of the Winthrop Congregational Church. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.

Thursday, 15 Flagg St. McGOWEN, Gladys Friends may call at Knowlton-Hewins Funeral. Home, 15 Flagg Augusta. Charles F. Sanborn BELFAST Charles E.

Sanborn, 79, died unexpectedly Monday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bert McGray, in Waldo. Mr. a retired captain, was born at East Knox, April 22, 1881, son of John and Caroline Farrell Sanborn. He made his home at Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island, N.

Y. He was a member of Honest Lodge 60, IOOF, Perth Amboy, N. J. Surviving besides his sister S. MASCIADRI SONS MEMORIALS Dial MA 3-9159 or MA 3-9604 Hallowell, Maine Visit Our Display Yard Order Early for Memorial Day Murphy MEMORIALS HALLOWELL MAINE Tel.

MA 3-3601 Civil Defense Is Lions Club Topic The need for public awareness of the role of Civil Defense in nuclear ur warfare was cited by Gardiner Lions Monday night. Members of the club discussed the topic, Should the Nuclear Arms Test Ban Continue? Principal conclusion was that the general public does not realize the danger that exists and the important part Civil Defense would play during war. Acquaintance of the public with Civil Defense was mentioned as the possibility of an immediate club project. Members, generally felt that despite the possibility of fallout It 18 Impractical to ban Nuclear Tests. As one put it, "We need something up our sleeve in case Russia attacks." The fact that much of the support for ban comes from Iron Curtain countries was also cited.

During discussion, members praised Thomas A. W. Brigham, Gardiner's CD director for his work and program here, which has gained national recognition. Ralph W. Farris program director, moderated the discussion.

Clean-up Jobs On JC Agenda Several spring clean-up and provement projects are being conducted by the Gardiner Junior Chamber of Commerce. The major project involves mantling of the old grandstand Quimby Field. The wooden strueture at the far end of the field is expected to be leveled by early May. Usable lumber from the grandstand, which has been ruled safe, will be used by the Jaycees to errect a new club house. The top two rows of seats were removed last fall.

Work is continuing on the dismantling project this spring. At Gardiner Common, Jaycees spent the weekend raking cleaning up the area on which their ice skating rink was located this winter. Lime and seed will placed to restore grass. Before Memorial Day, members of the club will plant flowers the usual plots in the Common. Surprise Party Mr.

and Mrs. David L. Hathaway of Bowman Street in Farmingdale gave a surprise birthday party Sat. urday evening for his fther, Irvin S. Hathaway Sr.

Mr. Hathaway had the help his grandchildren opening the many presents after which cake and ice cream were served. Attending the party from' Gardiner were Mrs. Josephine J. Hathaway; Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Hathaway with three sons, James, Michael and Mr. Mrs. Robert R. Hathaway; Paul Hathaway; Miss Garland; Mr.

and Wallace E. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hathorne; Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Cunningham with three children, Larry, Marcia and Melissa. From Farmingdale were Jonathan and Wynnie Lea Hathaway. a brother, Ralph Sanborn Portland. at 2 p.m. 1 Thursday at the RackFuneral services will be held liffe Funeral Home, 22 Church Belfast.

The Rev. David Wigley of the First Church will officiate. Interment will be in Paul Cemetery in Waldo. WALDOBORO--Fred Munroe, died Sunday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Togus. He had resided in Waldoboro 28 years.

He was born in North Conway, N.H., March 12, 1891, son of George Susan Eaton Munroe. He was a veteran of World War I and was a stone polisher by trade. He was a member of the Friendship Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, St. George Masonic Lodge in Warren, Medomak Royal Arch Chapter, King Hiram Council in Rockland and Claremont Commandery in Rockland. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.

Teresa Frieswyk- Munroe; three step-children, Harold Orff of Brawley, Francis Orff of Cantura Creek, and Miss Dorothy E. Orff of Warren; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services with masonic rite will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Flanders Funeral Home here, the Rev. Philip G.

Palmer officiating. Burial will be in Shuman Cemetery, Waldoboro. 3 Motorists Arraigned M. Clark, heard three traffic cases in Municipal Court Monday. Frederick M.

Couverette, 21, of Augusta, pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding 45 m.p.h. in a 35-mile zone of Rt. 201, at Farmingdale. He was fined $10. Also on Route 201 in Farmingdale, Lawrence J.

Dupont, 44, was charged with driving an unregistered vehicle. He pleaded guilty and was fined $5. Gaston Giguerre, 39, of Augusta, pleaded guilty through his attorney, to a charge of driving SO as to endanger on Rte. 201 in Farmingdale. Judge Clark fined him $50.

Mrs. Thomas Roper, Rte. 2, SmithWiley Post; and Charles F. Treat, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Charles F. Treat, 170 Water Randolph. All are juniors enrolled in college course. Becker is a member of the Council, Mixed Glee Club, Debating Club, Speech and Diction Society and Central Maine Center Youth group. Treasurer of the Gardiner HiY Club, Bush is also a member of the Speech and Diction Society, has played basketball and been a member of the high school track team.

He is president of the Youth Fellowship at the First Universalist Church. Cough has been active in the high school band and is a memthereon. Each space shall provide for (a) a continuing and potable supply of safe and sanitary disposal water, (b), conditions, adequate (c) sewage quate electric power service, and must comply with State of Maine regulations. 6. Parking of Mobile Homes.

No mobile home shall be parked less than 10 feet from the side of any individual mobile home space, and there shall be not less than 20 feet between any two mobile homes. No mobile home, vehicle or building in any mobile home park shall be located less than 100 feet from any residential building located on any adjacent lot, less than 50 feet from the right-of-way of any federal or state numbered route, or less than 25 feet from the right-of-way of all other streets and roadways. No permanent additions, skirting, foundations, lean tos, studs, or rooms shall be permitted; provided, however, that open porches with awnings may be installed. Mobile home wheels shall not be removed, although stands stabilizers may be added. In the event that wheels are removed, permanent skirting installed, or the mobile home permanently attached to ground, the mobile home shall immediately become subject all the provisions of the Build ing Ordinance.

Excessive terials shall not be stored under any mobile home. 7. Mobile Home Storage. No occupied mobile home or trailer shall be stored or exhibited for sale for commercial purposes within mobile home park OF in any Residence Zone. 8.

Motor Vehicle Parking Space. Not less than 150 square feet of motor vehicle parking space shall be provided in every mobile home park for each individual mobile home space in addition to minimum mobile home space requirements, and all such spaces shall have a well drained, stabilized or paved surface, maintained in good repair. 9. Service Area. Not less than 150 square feet of laundry drying space shall be provided in every mobile home park each four individual mobile home spaces.

Such laundry dry: ing spaces shall not be located between the street and the mobile homes, or between individual mobile homes, but rather shall be so located as to- be as inconspicuous as possible from the adjacent numbered route city street. Such spaces shall have a well drained, stablized or paved surface, maintained in good repair. 10. Playground Area. Not less than 100 square feet of play space, for each individual bile home space shall be provided and restricted in every mobile home park exclusively to playground use, and such spaces shall be protected from streets and parking areas, and shall have well-drained, stabilized or paved surface, maintained in good repair.

11. Utility Services. No mobile home shall be without adequate hygiene and sanitation facilities. Water supply, water service, plumbing, sewage disposal and treatment, electric power service, bottled gas service, heating equipment and fuels, refuse and garbage storage and disposal, and insect and rodent control shall be provided in full conformity with the applicable provisions of the Building Ordinance and all pertinent State and local health regulations. Section Five.

General Provisions. The following general provisions apply to mobile homes, mobile home parks, and trailers, as follows: a. When Stock-in-Trade. ordinance does not apply to trailers or mobile homes in the hands of dealers as for resale, 50 long as said trailers or mobile homes remain unoccupied, except that the provisions of Section Four, paragraph a 7 do ply in such circ*mstances. b.

When Unoccupied and porarily Stored. This ordinance shall not apply to trailers or mo. bile homes that are unoccupied and stored temporarily in buildings, garages or on private property if said trailer or mobile home is not visible from any public street or way. c. to Existing Mobile Homes or Mobile Home Parks.

This ordinance shall not apply to mobile homes or mobile ho me parks established prior to its effective date; provided nowever that permit fees and sanitary and utility requirements shall apply to existing mobile home parks. d. Extension and Alteration of Mobile Home Parks. Existing mobile home parks may not be extended or altered except in conformance with the provisions of this ordinance. Permits for Individual Mobile Home Location.

Not withstanding the provisions of Section Two of this Ordinance, the City Council may grant, upon application in writing, a permit for the location of a mobile home upon the follow. ing conditions: 1. Said permit may be granted to any, responsible person, to expire annually on March 31st. 2. No such permit shall be granted for location of mobile home within the compact area as defined in Section Three, d.

3. The application, accompanied by a fee of $5.00, shall be submitted to the building inspector and presented by him to the City Council accompanied with his certification that the applicant has complied with the provisions of Section Four, subsection paragraph 11. 4. Renewal applications shall be made in accordance with quirements of the initial cation. Section Six.

Penalty for Violation. Any person (s) found guilty of vielating any provisions of this ordinance shall be subject to a penalty of not more than $100 for each offense. Each day in which a violation is proved to exist shall constitute a arate offense under this section. Adopted this 4th day of April 1960. ATTEST: JOHN H.

LABBIE City Clerk-Treasurer of the Catholic Youth Organization at St. Joseph's Church. Roper is member of the Science Club. A member of the Debating Club, Treat has participated in Science Club- activities and is active in the Speech and Diction Society. He has also been member of the Hi-Y Club and member of the DeMolay.

Building Code To Be Council Topic modern building code for the city will probably be the major topic for consideration at tonight's meeting of the Gardiner Planning Commission. for The session is scheduled 7:30 o'clock at city hall. City Manager Dana R. Baggett said Monday that the board will likely take under consideration the request from the Council to draw up a modern building code. The request was made by, the council at last week's meeting.

A review of the council-approv-ber, ed mobile home ordinance, also passed by City Government last week, will probably be among other business at tonight's session. Public Health Monthly Meeting The nurses report presented at Monday's monthly Gardiner Public Health Assn. meeting showed 35 triple, 38 polio and i small pox shots administered at the regular immunization clinic March 10. The report, prepared by Mrs. LaForest Colfer, public health nurse, listed Dr.

C. R. McLaughlin as attending physician at the monthly clinic held at the Public Health office, National a Building. Assisting were Mrs. Kenneth Zack R.

and Mrs. Lee Longfellow. Other services performed by the association and public health nurse during March included: 29 home visits for nursing care; six office visits for nursing care, four in behalf of crippled children services; two services for the blind; and seven in behalf of T. B. services.

Association members were told that arrangements are be in made and permission slips sent out for a spring immunization clinic at the Farmingdale school. During March Mrs. Colfer attended the Maine Assn. Health and Physical Education Conference at Colby College. Chelsea The Youth Fellowship of Methodist church will meet at the church at 7 p.m.

Thursday. A. N. Dana Osborne, USN, has returned to his base in Pensacola, following several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Osborne, Searles Mill Rd. Goodwill Circle members will have a pot-luck supper at the hall at 6 tonight. A business meeting will follow the supper. PTA Program The local Parent-Teacher association will hold the April meeting at the consolidated school 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Visitation of the class rooms will be at 7:30. The nominating committee will present a slate of officers for the coming year and election will be held. The speaker will be Roscoe Doliver, manager of the local H. P. Hood dairy.

Mrs. Floyd Ludwig is chairman of the refreshment committee, assisted by Mrs. Walter Brann and Mrs. Edward Grady, Room 4 mothers. Weekend visitors of Mr.

Mrs. Floyd Ludwig and family, River were Ensign and Mrs. ORDINANCE NO. 60-13 An Ordinance Establishing Revised Parking Regulations; Designating the Spaces: Proper Official to Mark Off Parking and Repealing Inconsistent Ordinances. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUN.

CIL OF THE CITY OF GARDINER, MAINE. Section One. Establishing Revised Parking Regulations. The 1940 vised Ordinances of the City of Gar. diner, Chapter 45, Article 2, Section are hereby amended to read in its entirety as follows: "Section 4.

"No person shall park any vehicle on the south side of Maine Avenue from its intersection with Water Street to the Gardiner dolph Bridge. No. parking shall be allowed at any time on the north side of Maine Avenue within 115 feet of its intersection with Water Street as measured from the intersection of the street curb lines. Parking on the north side of Maine Avenue, from point 115 feet from its Water Street Intersection to its intersection with a right-of-way between the Lawrence Restaurant and the Harvey Distributing Company build. ing, shall be prohibited between the hours of 8:30 A.M.

and 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday except that parking shall be prohibited in this area on Friday evening until 9:00 P.M." Section Two. Designation of Parking Spaces. Within the areas designated by Ordinance 60-13 and by previous ordinances as either on-street or offstreet parking areas, the Commissioner of Public. Safety is hereby authorized to mark off individual parking spaces in a manner so as to provide a maximum of parking within proper limits of safety and good practice.

Section Three. Repeal of Existing Ordinances. All ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent with terms of this ordinance are hereby repealed; provided however, that such repeal shall be only to the extent of each inconsistency and in all other respects this ordinance shall be cumulative of other ordinances regulating and governing the subject matter covered by this ordinance. Adopted this 4th day of April, 1960. ATTEST: JOHN H.

LABBIE City Clerk Treasurer Gardiner General Hospital Notes A Community Chest Agency Water was admitted April 10. Discharged on that date were Mrs. Pauline B. Cason, 143 Washington Janice Littlefield and daughter, Augusta; Ronald G. Pare, 110 High Holborn St.

and Mrs. Edna Purdy, 60 Chestnut St. Mrs. Florence A. Austin, 26 Beech was admitted April 9.

Discharged were Mrs. Shirley A. Blais, South Gardiner; Mrs. Geraldine G. Jones and son, Jetferson; Mrs.

Phyllis Doyle, Hallowell; and Anthony M. Grazioso, Randolph. Admitted April 8 was Mrs. Marion Purington, RFD- 5. Freddie Deel and Miss Linda Ulmer, both of Randolph, were discharged.a Mrs.

Marvin Pinkham, Highland became parents of a daughter on April 8. Wilson J. Buckle 745 Holy Week Service Tonight from 7:30 to 9 p.in. Bible study of the last week of Jesus' life is being held at the Highland Avenue Methodist Church. The Maundy Thursday service begins at 7:30 p.m.

with a lighting ceremony. Holy Communion will be observed. The three hour Good Friday service will be held at Christ Church, Episcopal, starting at 12 noon. For those who cannot be there for the entire service, but want to observe part of it, good times for entering the church are at noon, 12:25, 12:50, 1:15, 1:40, 2:05 and 2:30. Pittston Extension Groups To Meet Mrs.

Muriel P. Slack SPRINGFIELD, Vt. Mrs. Muriel P. Slack, 46, formerly of Augusta, died recently at Mary Hitchco*ck Hospital, Hanover, N.

following a short illness. Born in Augusta, June 7, 1913, she was the daughter of Dr. Charles and Nana P. Mosher. Her father was builder and pastor of Penney Memorial United Baptist Church in Augusta.

She is survived by her husband, Kimball J. Slack, Springfield; her mother, Mrs. Nana P. Mosher; two sisters, Mrs. Roy Stevenson, Haverhill, Mass.

and Mrs. Daniel Maxwell, Covina, and a brother, Francis B. Mosher, Westminster, Calif. Services for Mrs. Stella M.

Chase, FAIRFIELD Funeral services for Mrs. Stella M. Chase of Clinton who died April 8, following a short illness, were held Monday. The Rev. Aubrey Burbank officiated.

Born April 17, 1885 in Clinton, she was the daughter of Frank and Fannie Brooks. Survivors include her husband, Merton L. of Clinton, two sons, 0. and Leigh both of Hinckley; a sister, Mrs. Frances Jones of Hinckley; five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several cousins.

She was a member of the Eastern Star in Clinton and the Sociability Club. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Fred E. Townes, who passed away three years ago today, April 12, 1957. Thoughts of one so dear, Often bring a silent tear Time rolls on, but memory lasts. Remembered by CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN Services for Ralph Pellegrini Jr.

AUGUSTA Prayers for the repose of the soul of Ralph Pellegrini who died in a truck accident Thursday at Pittsfield, were said by the Rev. Richard V. Rokos Monday In a local funeral home. Delegations attended from the Augusta Post Office and New England Telephone Telegraph where Mr. Pellegrini had worked.

Honorary bearers were Milton Stone, Leslie Nelson, Richard Fogg, Winfield Grady, Karl Tenney, Damon Howard, Ernest Hutchinson, Elliott Burchell, Roger Ayers, David Soule, Dr. Brinton Darlington, Laurence Foster, Donald Whitney, Henry DELICIOUS SWEET BETTER TO EAT SONNY BOY BREAD A MAINE FAVORITE SINCE 1894 BAKED FOR FRESHNESS EVERY DAY PITTSTON The Pittston and North Pittston Extension Groups will hold joint supper meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the vestry of the Pittston tional Church. The supper will be served emergency style by foods leaders of both groups. Home Decorating will be the subject led by the HDA, Mrs.

Lillian Booker. A Silent Auction will also be held and each one attending is asked to bring something inexpensive for it, anything from cake to a knick-knack. Sewer Project With one storm sewer project about finished, Gardiner Public Works crews Monday turned their attention to second installation. City Manager Dana R. Baggett said that the storm sewer project along Water street near Winter Hill was completed Monday with the exception of resurfacing of the sidewalk which was dug up during the work.

Crews began installing another storm sewer on Lincoln avenue. Both projects resulted from the collapse of existing drains last week. Fred West Gardiner Water Problem The outside water faucet at Fire House No 1 has carelessly been left running on several occasions. Firemen say constant running causes the motor of the pump to overheat and also floods the President Forrest Wakefield of the fire department issued warning Monday that if this condition is found again, it will necessary to keep the outside supply turned off. Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Nason, Gales Ferry, are parents of daughter, Ann Elizabeth, born Wednesday in Westerly, R.I. Charles Collins of the Collins Mills, road has moved his family to Kittery. He has employment in the Portsmouth Navy Yard. SEABOARD offers home owners up to $2,500 on 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES No bonus or charge for prepayment fast service reasonable rates Life Insurance at no extra cost flexible terms up to 5 years.

PHONE: MA 3-3875 SEA BOARD Canada a Hawaii FINANCE COMPANY OF MAINE 188 WATER STREET Open Friday Evenings 'til $:00.

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