Considerable interest is being expressed in the coming to Lewiston, Wednesday, of Miss Helen L. Coe of the Portland School of Gymnastics. Miss Coe will be at the Musical Union Studio, Lewiston, between one and three in the afternoon and from 7:30 till 8:30 in the evening to meet any women interested in the organization of a class in gymnastics in this city. She will also be a guest of the Musical Union at tea, which will be held between four and six o’clock Wednesday.

50 years ago, 1959

Aliens living in Maine who have not already done so have until Jan. 31 to fill out the required Immigration and Naturalization Service report forms at the nearest immigration service office or post office, INS district Director C. C. Doughty said.

To date, 13,000 aliens in Maine have filed their address reports, while 19,000 more such reports are expected before the filing deadline at the end of January, said Doughty.

25 years ago, 1984

Democratic presidential candidate John Glenn is tentatively scheduled to meet with students at Lewiston High School early Monday afternoon.

Glenn will take time out from his New Hampshire primary campaign to fly to Lewiston, according to LHS Principal Charles Bleakney. Bleakney told the Lewiston School Committee Thursday night that Glenn will address about 500 students for about one hour before leaving for Washington.

Lewiston Police Chief Gendreau said he met Friday with Secret Service agents to arrange security for the visit. He said plans call for Glenn to arrive late Monday morning at Auburn-Lewiston Airport, be escorted to and from the school and then leave by plane.

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