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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- March 4, 2005

Photo by Shirley Rabb


Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte

Flower show time
by Shirley Rabb
... a necessity

St. Valentine Day party
by Ella Letterie
... he gave a lot for lovers

What's in a name?
by Jerry Norton
... but it's a nice restaurant

Distraction during driving
by Russ Priestley
... dis the dis and it's traction

It has earned its due
by William C. Moore

A war to end all wars?
by Samuel Leech-Chandler
... perhaps

Smoke alarm batteries
by Bob Ross
 ... threw them away

From Glacier, into Canada, on to Canmore and Banff
by Don Norris
... the joys of being a tourist: shopping, eating, up at dawn ...

Bell of Hudson given to Admiral Pratt
Bob Ross
... son gave bell of WW-II Ship to father for Christmas

Lost and Found
by Natalie Thomson
... Cape Cod caper

A walk for our homeless veterans
Robert VanKirk
... a challenge from a 105 year-old veteran

Right or wrong?
by John Averell
... how can I know?

Ah, memories -- The Blizzard of '78
By Joyce Bottenberg, once of Melrose
... thoughts from Joyce Bottenberg and Bob Harvey

Computer Tips:March05
Clear your cache

Bob Ross
... speed up your computer and other things



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