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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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Sale Dates: Friday, March 17th
to Thursday, March 23rd 2017
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Celebrating a Diamond Anniversary
M
ayor Gary Christenson congratulated Midge and Ar-
nie Hammersley on their 60 years of marriage and
presented them with a citation on behalf of the City of
Malden in recognition of their milestone. Malden resi-
dents formore than 60 years, theHammersleysweremar-
ried in 1957 and paid $50 a month in rent for their first
apartment! Arnie, a Korean War and U.S. Air Force Veter-
an, worked for 32 years at the Malden Fire Department,
retiring as a Captain in 1996. Midge worked in the Mal-
den City Clerk’s Office for many years and then at the IRS
in Boston. Midge and Arnie are extremely proud of their
three children – David, Donna and Paul – as well as their
six grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
WhenMayor Christenson asked
them their secret to such a long
and happymarriage, they replied
that commitment to each other
and their family has been the key
to their enduring success!
Winter
refuses
to let go
By Barbara Taormina
It’s not over yet.
The late-winter storm Stella
blew into New England this week
and covered Malden with about
eight inches of heavy, wet snow
and ice. The storm shut city offic-
es, canceledmeetings and slowed
the MBTA’s Orange Line down to
a crawl.
On Tuesday afternoon, dur-
ing the height of the storm that
brought high winds and sleet to
the region, roughlyhalf thehomes
in Malden lost power for several
hours. National Grid blamed the
outages on a cable that caused
problems at several substations in
the city and next door inMedford.
Malden’s younger residents
cashed in on two of the snow
days typically built into every year-
ly school schedule. Mayor Gary
Christenson’s new virtual person-
al assistant, Tornado, which de-
buted during the State of the City
address, announced Wednesday’s
school closure on the city’s Face-
book page.
Residents turned to Facebook
for updates on the power outages
and to report problems with plow-
ing city streets. While some resi-
dents posted thanks to the Public
Works Department for keeping up
with the storm, others posted the
names of their streets and asked
plows not to forget them. And sev-
eral residents who were out shov-
eling complained that plows came
through pushing snow back onto
sidewalks and in front of driveways.
“I can understand some of it
coming up on the sidewalk, but
this…covered the entire sidewalk
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Mayor GaryChristensonpres-
ents Midge and Arnie Ham-
mersley a citation in celebra-
tion of their 60-year anniver-
sary.
WINTER
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