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   Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - February 8, 1965, Biddeford, Maine                                BiddefordSaeo February 1965 Personals Suzanne 508 Main is a surgi Frank cal patient at the Notre of 407 West Bidde Funerals FRANK LABBE Funeral services for THE WEATHER were held this morning at 19 from Andres A solemn high mass of requ There will be a meeting of the Saco Democratic Social Club a at G Refreshments will be A meeting of the Auxiliary to Biddeford Veterans of For eign will be held tonight at in Biddeford City Tlie Past Noble Grands Associa tion of Evangeline Rebekah will meet Wednesday at at the home of Worm 318 Ferry with Helen assisting Garside as CLEANING Delegates Are Named By Rebecca Emery Chapter PORTLANDCloudv with fog and rain or drizzle this Delegates to both the National DAR Continental Congress and the Maine DAR spring confor Saturday Rebecca A solemn hign mass of requana ram 01 mis duxi crnoon bv Rebecca Emery up iem was celebrated by Mild with Daughters of I Aime Giguere assisted by in the lower South to southAmerican at the1 Woman Leaps Schoonjans To Attend Wage Policy Session Biddeford Firemen Answer Two Calls A blaze at 102 Alfred called firefighters out Damage was slight in the fire that was caused Biddeford Heart Fund Captains Are Selected Michael area dibv a D 14 t T Vi 1S owned by the Osher Realty rector of the Textile Workers Pn Arthur Pierre as dea con and Germain Bureau as sub Singing was by members of the Andres Church under the direction of Charles with Laura Proulx as all grandchildren of he were Andre Lab Richard Richard Paul Reginald Lionel Labbe and Gerard Burial took place in the fam ly lot in Josephs Cemetery committal prayers recited Father I Among out of town relatives and friends attending Ihe servj ces were and Ernest 2 Andre Gerard Wilfrid Norman Raymond Labbe and east winds 1015 Cloudy with a few showers possibly changing to snow flurries to Clearing and becoming colder after Lowest temperatures west winds near 1020 South mph will American at thej Canal National Chosen as delegates to he Continental April 18 24 at are Gertrude re and Bernice Went Union of will attend a National Cotton and Rayon Policy Committee meet west winds WM mpn w worth of Alter change to northwest er mid1 ER Luman can o Mostly fair and c F1vir Northwest winds M ER T orj Luman Ethel FEBRUARY TIDES Dcna Elected as delegates to the slate conference March 24 HIGH inw Und 25 at Augusta are Far P M well Vice Regent Miss Ethel The Past Presidents of the Fred Gurney Womens Relief Corps will meet Wednesday at at the home of Hazel Km High when a Valentine party will take Each member attending has been requested to take a small gift and a The Jeannette all of undel and Arthur Guay and Edinond all of Alfred and Herman and Anotnio Misses Claire and Janl et all of West Kennc nink and Robert Lab M1s A meeting of the and Saco Community Service0 s and Arthur Universalist Church of Saco and Lpbbe Biddeford at has been postponed until further The midweek prayer and praise service will take piace Wednesday at at Biddeford United Baptist Prayer meeting will take place Tuesday at at the Full Gospel Route just off Route The Home League Ladiei Group of the Saco Salvation Army will meet Tuesday at The and Club of the Saco School Street Methodist Church will meet tonight at in the with Joan Case as She will be by Phyllis Lariviere and Miss Herberta Mem bers have been requested to take articles for a silent A meeting of the Womens MIS sssr WESLEY LANE Funeral services for Wesley of 35 Winter were conducted from the Shtim way Funeral 35 Spring on Saturday after Stanley Bennett of the Saco United Baptist Church officiated and interment was in Laurel Hill Bearers were Kenneth Kennit Merton Nickerson and Stanley MISS ALICE STARK Funeral services for Miss Biddeford High School Honor Roll Released The Biddeford High School Honor Roll for the second rank ing period has been It includes high honors Jun Beverly Diane Honors Seniors Stephen Al len Robert Cal Donald Wilfred Yvonne David David Leslie Theresa Le Diane Margaret Patrick Lor raine Linda Donna Gary Alice May Stark of Ct U i ri H n A n n i Bruce Arm and Tar Joan Patricia Griffin and Joseph Murphy Juniors Sandra Terry Clifford Theresa Gregory Fer Carl Marjorie Kel Fred Denise Everette Bar Darn Francine Louise Kathleen Noel and Sandra Paul Sophomores Richard Raymond School were held Sunday afternoon at from the Bolduc Funeral 29 Ahlred Richard pas tor of the School Street Method ist Entombment wais in Green wood Cemetery and burial will Jeanne Priscilla Daig Patrick Edna Rollins ill at home 1JUlllll WA be in the family lot in the chef Margaret Mini spring also in Greenwood Cem WHEELER DAVIS Funeral services for Wheeler of 75 Harrison conducted Friday Raymond Michael Andre Renald Claire othy Joan Pa tvicia Gerard Lehouil Arthur Pauline Carolyn Ra Celeste Donald Larry Sandra Diane Mar cel Beiirand and Jeanne Des 20 Yale A meeting of the Board of Man agers of Wardwell Home will be held at 43 Middle at 2 Junior Girl Scouts Witness TV BowliiSfc Members of Biddeford Junior Girl Scout Troop 95 attended the taping of the Candlepin Kid Bowling show Saturday at the Big 20 Tlie show is the one presented Sun riay on a Portland tetlevision The girls stopped for dinner at Nell and Marks accompanied by their Charlene Serv ing as cnaperones were Laurette Ruth Theresa Sparko wich and Scouts attending were Anne Marie Janet Mary Paulette Connie Rich Su pastor ol School Street Methodisit offici Entombment was in Green wood with a spring burial in Woodlawn RACHEL HATT Funeral services for Rachel of 92 Stockman were conducted Saturday morning from the Cote Funeral cor ner of Beach and James with Arthur Pierre Interment was in with Father Pierre reciting graveside pray Bearers were Joseph Herbert Roger Raymond James Lowell and Norman Rank Of Esquire To Be Conferred Unity Knights of wiiir meet Tuesday night in the lodge corner of MainStreet and Pepperell Dorothy Ruby Ina Em Luman and Gertrude Alternates are Miss Thea Miss Albert Miss Edna Annie Elizabeth Gar Isabelle Miss Helen Charlotte Whitehurst and Pauline Miss Lord read the president generals message and the na tional defense report was made by Miss Margaret It was reported that all chapter contributions for patriotic and historical projects have been sent to the proper persons A letter of appreciation was received from Annie El who had been elected to honorary chap ter and it was an nounced that she is observing her 95th birthday this A change in place for the June banquetmeeting was an nounced by Miss Instead of Carolyns at Cape the affair will now take place at the Carriage House restau Reservations and menu choices must be made by May it was report In place of sunshine chairman Miss Dorothy who was reported Mass Lord announc ed thatsympathy cards were sent to Percy Tate and Paul and that Ethel Berwick is still ait he Webber and Miss A poem in tribute to Sir Win ston Churchill was read by In recognition of Feb ruary as American History Month she noted that the Star Spangled Banner was not offi cially designated as the Nation al Anthem until and that Francis Scott Keys original m anuscript was auctioned off in 1933 at New York City for Announcements included a silver tea for the library expan sion fund 22 from at the home of the honorary state Harry Gardiner a re ception for Miss Leslie retiring state March 23 and a dessertbridge on March Traffic Violation Cases Heard In Biddeford Gerard of 182 Lincoln pleaded guil y to operating a motor vehicle to endanger life and property on South in Biddeford Municipal Court this Associate Judge Ger ald Nason fined Lapierre Richard Mountain was the com The charges alleged Lapierre operated his car at an excessive rate of speed cutting n and out of traffic on South Donald of 93 River pleaded guilty to speeding 45 miles per hour on Main He was fined and his license was restricted to the use of go ng to and returning from work 10 days with recommenda tion that the Secretary of State restrict the license for three Biddeford police were the complainants in the offense happened Sunday zanne Celeste Leslie Jeannine Can Judy Claud ette Susan Janice Elaine Bel Linda Suzanne Denise Bev erly Kathleen Grondin and Cathy Heritage Exposition Plans Are Outlined A Green Bar meeting took place yesterday afternoon at the Scout Mason Biddeford at tended by members of Biddeford Boy Scout Troop when plans were made for the American Heri tage Exposition to be held in San ford Each member will have one or more items entered an the exopsi officials The group also made plans for the annual bonfire on Attending were Robert quartermaster Steven as sistant quartermaster Owen Co assistant senior patrol lead er Gerald assistant senior patrol leader Alan Don ald patrol leaders Peter David James assistant patrol leaders Wayne assistant scout master Roger Walls and Scout master Francis ARTHUR ELLIS KENNEBUNK Funeral services for Arthur Ellis of formerly of Connect were conducted yesterday from the Angell Funeral 9 Dane Officiating was Fred pastor of Christ Burial will take place in the spring time in the family lot at Ocean View Ceme Representing the Elbridge and Leroy Hanson Post and its Aux American the service were and John com mander and American Legion ritualistic services were conducted Satur day evening at the funeral home by Commander Harrington and Charles Clark Other Legionnaires in the dele gation were Clarence Harry Roby Little Edward Simpson and Arn old A speciaiT meeting will held Wednesday Fel when the rank of will be conferred on Visitors from Kennebunk amd Portland will be present at this speoiail meeting and officials request all members to Lunch will follow the ftjfiCCD Board Sets Supper At Beach OLD ORCHARD BEACH The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Board of Marga rets Old Orchard Beach is sponsoring a supper for all converts to Catholicism living within the Tuesday at at the Jameson In charge of arrangements are Philip Auger and John Close to a 100 are ex pected to Guest speaker will be Henry assistant pastor of Charles Parish in Brunswick and form erly o fMost Holy Trinity Par ish in Father Sims will speak of the value of faith and the need to spread A series of will be given at at the home of Merchants Group Schedules Meeting The Febrnairy meeting of the Merchants Committee of the Biddefond and Saco Chamber of Commerce will be held to morrow at in the con ference room of the chambers according to Clayton Items on the agenda will include a review of the mid Winter Bargain Bonanza sale and plans for Krazsy Day Chairman Eliot FinJk Satle Charite Holds Two Whist Parties Special awards went to Marcel Anna Rita Lillian ier and Blanche from to during the bid whist party last night sponsored by Salle Charite I at the 17 Alfred Bidde Paul Ferry She will be assisted by Tarbox and Miss Nancy chair man and adviser of the John Fairfield Children of the American was in charge of the afternoon when Miss Geraldine Durant narrated an item of history concerning Abraham Lincoln and a young Civil War Army A collection was taken to pro mote various programs and re freshments were served by Eleanor Anna Le Norman Ellard and The March meeting will be held at the Saco home of when DAR certificates and pins will be presented sev eral area high school Good Cit izen candidates under the chair manship of Ina Attending Saturday were 20 members and a inquiry classes every Tuesday and Thursday in Margarets Parish Hall beginning Thursday and continuing until the week before These lectures will be given by Royal assistant pastor at Each session will consist of an explanation of the teaching and practices of the Catholic litera ture will be made slides will be shown and a tour of the church will be Those who wish to become members of the Church will be received at Easter Those who will attend the lectures for the sake of increasing their knowledge only will be under no it was announced of the inquiry classes Cross Family Assistance York County American Heel is appealing for donations ol clothing and furniture for the Bertram Little Held family who lost their home and personal possessions in a fire on the Hill the womens division were won Furniture for three a Awards for high scores went to Blanche Dee Marcel Courtois and Martial while low scores were made by Arsene Li zotte and Joseph At the Saturday night progres sive whist high scores in fho wnmons riivisinn wrm by Dee Anita Alice Paul and Marie Jeanne High in the mens division were Ev erett Martial Arthur Bolduc and Joseph Receiving special awards were Germaine Mrs Blanche Arthur Bol Oliva Arth iving room and kitchen is badly as are articles of clothing size 1416 for Littlefield and a 13 year old daughter sfce 3333 and shjrt size and cloth ing for two boys ages eight and The family also needs a place to live in the DaytonGoodwins Mil area Persons interested in helping t 1 m I uwjiti it i v a VVJVt ft IV1 t ursDaigle and Yvonne Lafamily can tne Saco Re Cross officials there an iiouiuvd The coming weekend activities will feature a baked bean supper from 47 folluwd Truck Crashes Pole In Mishap Early this morning a truck operated by Douglas Mac of Cumberland Cen skidded while headed tow ards Sanford on the Alfred and crashed into a utility Police said the vehicle was damaged in the The truck is owned by Interstate Film No injuries were A threecar crash occurred Saturday when a vehicle oper ated by Richard of 31 Emery skidded on ice and crashed in to parked cars operated by Rob ert of 39 West field and John of 6 Vincent on Hill Bidde Damage to the rear left fen ders of the Lapierre and Pat terson cars was No estimates of damage or injuries were Another crash on Alfred Street damaged the vehicles Cornelius of Ja maica and David of 367 Alfred were operators of the police Stanley was go ing south on Alfred Street whn the Grindle car pulled out from the Stanley told The rear of the Stanley vehicle was No estimates of damage were udo Demonstration iven By Gaulin Biddefurd MayoaEdward Gauliii otiuy thai he by a progressive whist 7 find a bid whist party on 14 gave a judo deinmstrauon list Saco Bridge Pauline of 27 Water leaped to her death in the Saco River Sunday afternoon from the Main Efforts of a passerby to stop her police Donald La Hoche of Biddeford told police he was walking on the bridge and as the woman passed him she said she was going to jump in the La Roche her coat as she jumped but could not hold her as he lost his grip and sh feet into the York County Medical Examiner Germain Binette ruled the death as apparent The fast mov ing current took the body close to shore where police and firefighters recovered it after 20 Tile Biddeford a divor was living with her Rose Morin and had resumed her maiden name following her divorce four months Funeral arrangements are being made by the Sansoucy Funeral 1 Stone i i ling Wednesday in New York he said Schoonjans and Dennis Blais of the Lewiston area are two members of a 15 man commit tee of the Middle Atlantic and New England stales which will The union wishes lo formu late plans for early negotiations on demands for wage increases and fringe Schoon jans Local union contracts with the Pepperell have a wage reopening clause due April The early to settle the matter be fore the Schoonjans Biddeford Man Fined In District Court A Biddeford Roland of 139 May was fined today in Saco District Court after pleading guilty to a charge of passing on a State Police were The case against James Aus Ferry was con tinued until Wednesday by Judge George Austin has been charged with cheating by false Pleading guilty to a charge of speeding 50 miles per hour in a 35 Gordon of Kennebunk was fined Kennebunk police were the Also charged with speeding 50 in a 35 Anthony of Port pleaded guilty and was fined State police were the Two charges of operating af ter suspension of license were brought by State Harry of Rock pleaded guilty and was fined Paul of whose case was continued from pleaded guilty and was fined Judge Varney sus pended all but of the George of San ford pleaded innocent to a charge of passing on a brought by State and his case was continued until Two Persons Are Injured In Saco Accidents Two persons were injured in weekend accidents on Saco June of North Windham was taken to the Web ber Hospital following a col lision between a car driven by Kenneth also of North Windham and a vehicle operated by Rita of 30 Hill The child was released from the hospital after an examina Major damages estimated at S400 resulted to both vehicles following the accident which took place at the intersection of Elm Street and Lincoln Lillian of Hill was taken to the Saco Osteopathic Hospital after she was struck by a car oper ated by Maxine of Jenkins According to the mis hap occurred as the Richardson girl was walking in the road on Storer She was not admitted to the hospital but released following an A collision on Main Sunday afternoon resulted in major damages to both cars in i David general i chairman of for the Heart Fund announced A needless run to 315 Pool i that Barbara Vander RoadI Saturday was blamed on j ward of 12 llavey will and occupied by Albert burning trash in a Noth ing was The property is owned by Elsie Fidelis Class Making Plans For Pie Social A pie social will be held at March 6 in the vestry of Saco United Baptist Church and will be open to the according to an announcement made last night by Miss Made line ways and means during a meeting of the Fidelis Class of the church in the Vice President Rodney Wat son conducted the session and devotions were led by Clement Reports of the secre tary and treasurer were read and programs were distributed to the It was noted the travelling food basket will be circulated again and the Chinese auction will New projects for the year were discussed and Helen Snow showed colored slides of Refreshments were served by a committee of and and Taylor and Ruth serve as Heart Sunday chair man Vandcrward also in nounced that she has selected the following as captains for the Biddeford sections Section Robert Hodge Section Ar chie Maxwell Section Peier Judge Section Clifford Berry Sec tion Roland Oakes Section Mitchell Me Cam Section Miss jElaine White Section Raymond Abbott Section Vanderward Sec tion Clarence Also Section Ed ward Ready Section Reynald Painchaud Snc ition Antoinette Hawes Section i Edgar Morin Section John Conroy Section Miss Mary Section Maurice He bert Section Donald Dearborn Section Nine Norman Hill and Section Robert Exterminators Are Working At School OLD ORCHARD BEACH Prin cipal Jerome LePelletier said to jclay that classes in the High School will be resumed on schedule to College Groups Sponsor First Annual Dinner The Ladies Guild and the As sociates of Francis College jointly sponsored their first an nual dinner Saturday evening at Francis Over 300 mem bers and guests social hour and attended the smorgasbord The building has been closed for the day in order that professional exterminators may work to rid the building of any mice which might have come LePelletier The principal said that he and Millard Health made a thorough check of the building and could find no evidence of The action has been taken be cause of a reported threatened walkout on Friday by students who had seen a dead mouse in one of the Damages estimated at were caused to a car operated by Luther of 49 Green style Cochairman for the affair were Lucien first vice president of the Ladies Guild and Charles sec retary of the Harold a member of the board of trustees of Francis was master of Entertainment was provided by the Hear 0 Israel choir of TwinCity Mayors Edward Gaulin of Biddeford and Paul Reny of Saco spoke briefly to the Mayor Gaulin cited the value of a such as to the Bid defordSaco Mayor Reny expressed admiration for the work of the Franciscan Fa thers in their united efforts to bring about the completion of the 10year development pro gram currently In honor of the 34th wedding anniversary of and Arthur 483 Pool a corsage was presented Boissonneault by the Franciscan Guest speaker for the evening Very Clarence La president of Francis Father La plante spoke on the pres ent and future of the In speaking of the Father Laplante noted that growth is the keyword on The expected student enrollment for September will be 450 and the enrollment will continue to climb until a peak of 1000 is he In he noted that applica tions for admission in Septem weekend whist parties at LeDer are already 20 percent Weekend Whist Is Held By Le Foyer A large crowd attended the corner of Foss and Pool conducted under a committee of Antoin nette Bernice Beau Sadie Lucienne Chou Leo Medley Rosaire Chouinard and Paul Special prizes were awarded last night to Armand Rosaire H e n r i Houle and Paul while Albert Donat Dubois and Flora Hodges were high Other winners were Sarah Agnes Joseph Vi A car driven by Marion Perley Lorraine TO 11 A IIT T 11 of 29 Winter received damages esti mated at Imogene of Kennebunkport told police that she lost control of her car on the icy road as she was pro ceeding along Common The vehicle hit a caus ing major front end damage estimated at Passengers Gloria of Saco and Diane 15 of Biddeford were uninjur Florence of 19 Wakefield Saco reported damages to her car which had been caused by a hit and run The Saco woman told police that her car was parked on Main Street near the Plaza Restaurant when the hit and run Taillight and bumper damage was estimated at Police said that traces of black paint were found on the Rutherford Hayes inaxiigtirated the traditional Easter egg ixll on the White House grounds in deported by the Saco Rangers Boys May or Gaulin said it was a demonstration not a lesson that he gave the Gaulin sitated that he is a member of the and that judo is an inter collegiate as well as an collegijvte sport and well as an Olympic Karaite is a crippling Willard Michael Marcel Clau dia Gabrielle Lehouil Rosaire Clara John Ar oyer those of one year He cited the urgent need to provide for the social life of the student body on campus and the subse quent need for buildings such as a student gymnasium and field house as well as the need for a new chapel to pro vide adequately too for the spir itual life of the Father Laplante outlined a need for scholarship funds at the Franciscan Institution stat ing that 50 per cent of our stu dents are currently receiving financial He also stated that future plans for the library call for expanding the present volumes to over a five year The speaker also noted that the State of Maine stands 50th a rang those of the nation whose students go Awards Given To Beach Boy Scout Troop OLD ORCHARD BEACH Members of Boy Scout Tror 350 attended mass Sunday arl received communion in a bocl at the first mass at Marj rets After Richard dreau was invested as tenc foot Members of It Mothers Auxiliary seem brunch to the boys in the irish At 6 the their relatives friends attended Benediction the Blessed Sacrament gii by the troop RJ Royal Music furnished by the Sisters of Holy The Knights of Columbil who sponsor Troop servj supper to the Ccouts at Genera chairman for the sul per was John assist by Grand Knight Charles Beal Ernest Emile Bl Raymond Hilton and Jl seph During the program merj badges were presented to J seph Stephen Coreaj Marc Auger and Donald Jarr Service stars were presents to Donald Stephen C Roland Daniel Joseph Danie Daniel Roe er John Pail Wayne Larochelle an Marc The following were advanced to the rank of first class scputs Marc Daniel Cullinanl Roger McGee and Daniel Muiv In charge of the court of or were Scoutmaster James Assistant Scoutmaster ert Committee Chairman Norrnan Murphy andj Senior Patrol Leader Donald assisted by members of the Whist Party Staged By VFW Auxiliary A whist sponsored by the Biddeford Veterans of Foreign Wars was held last night in Biddeford city bulicling and special awards went to Mamie Lucianna Roy and Blanche High scorer was Small and other winner were Sa rah Jeannette Alma Ivy Norma Berry and Belle Mary Gagne and Marie Boisvert were cochairmen of the affair and it was an nounced another public whist party wijl be hold Sunlay night in the city mand Anna Eva I on to higher and George De lia Normand and Estelle Mar Consolation prizes were awarded 19 Arthur Fe lix while Medley Beatrice Corriveau and Sadie Hill won other Saturday nights special win ners were Paul Delia Gabrielle Lehouillier and Alma Richard Onge was high Other winners were Agnes Con rad Gabrielle Lehouil Norman Wilfred Mabel Paul Georgianna Bissonnette Yvonne Therese Stick Marie Anna Ernestine Alfred Bald Alma Edward Donat Patrick Desro Alphonse Chretien and Rose George Du mas was the consolation prize winner and other prizes went to Agnes Laurctte Cham pagne and Joseph Winners of Friday nights bid whist were Bernice Beaulieu and Medley first Lu cille Cote and Conrad and Perley Leighton and Sadie The same parties will bo held in the hall this accord ing to the committee in stressed the importance of Francis College to the His closing remarks concern ed the purpose of the college in imparting Christian culture to each He if each student goes forth and imparts that Christian culture to those along the then our task is The two sponsoring organiza tions of the dinner are compos ed of interested men and wom en who participate in special ways toward the fulfillment of the objectives and development of Francis Mrs Gertrude Biddeford is president of the Guild and George Cape Eliza is president of the Asso There are more than ways to make a liv somttiines killing means of ing in the aofordintf to selfdefense and is not used or the Britannica J manor Kncy week and uot karate as wasitaught as a Gaulin Camps Continued fniiii Pace that there were no casualties among American Ky declined to say if there would be more raids on North Viet he said that if there were more raids he planned to We came in very low just off the tree Ky Just before we reached the target we pulled up to release our Thats when the flak hit Almost all of our 30 planes WITU hit as they dropped their high explosive and fragmenta tion i HI rubs and uirned Continued from Pag One allies also were officially informed on the matter through diplomatic The North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council in Paris was expected to hear a report on it to At the United Steven sons letter to the Security Council reported on acts which have further disturbed the peace in Viet Nam but did not ask for a Security Council meet ing at this who went to Saigon last week to see how the anti guerrilla campaign might be hurried to the scene at Pleiku and then sped to Bundy went to South Viet Nam on the heels of a fresh wave of Buddhist unrest and ouster of the civilian govern ment by strongman en Saigons governmental situa aid and the guerrilla campaign in the countryside were all expected to be included in a review to be undertaken upon the completion of Bundys factfinding The mili tary actions over the weekend put added attention on the stra strategists were keeping close watch out for Soviet and Red Chinese The ini lial responses from Peking and Moscow wejv limited to propa gandatype siaiemtiiis dehounc ling the American   

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