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50 years ago, 1958

With four ambulance calls and several other requests for its facilities, the Allied Medical Service of Lewiston opened for business yesterday. Operated by John Forrest and William A. Bruce, the firm is located at 53 Middle St.

Presently employing six workers, the concern offers funeral and ambulance service, with hospital bed and equipment rental. The service received four calls for ambulance service during the day, both from individuals and local doctors. The firm was also called upon for two removals, and has five separate funeral services scheduled Wednesday.

25 years ago, 1983

The Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport early next year will be treated to a new set of lights, courtesy of the Federal Aviation Administration.

Airport Manager Jeffrey A. Gongoll told the airport board of directors Thursday that the new system, which will have more towers and brighter lights, will be installed some time in January.

Although there have been no problems with the existing lights, Gongoll said, the new lights are safer because they are brighter. Pilots will be able to see and land on the runway more easily, especially in foul weather.


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