Publication: Boston Evening Globe
By Ron Wysocki
Publication Date: April 13, 1970

Hollywood actress Maureen Gaffney who spent three years on the Red Skelton show with movie roles in “Swinging Summer,” “Harlow” and “A Guide for Married Men” has taken a new tack in her career. The pert brunette has come to Boston for voice and singing lessons from noted teacher Preston Sandiford . . . Cambridge Police narcotics expert Duncan McNeill and school official Charles Cremmens are in Chicago for the National Institute on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. Mass. Superior Court Chief Justice G. Joseph Tauro is a panelist at the four-day program.