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Biddeford City Edition Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 8, 1980, Biddeford, Maine 2�?journal Tribune Friday aug. 8, 1980 today a weather United pres International partly sunny by Timothy Guerrette age 9, Burns school Cloudy saturday. High in the 80s. Maine new Hampshire partly sunny with a Chance of thunderstorms North and mostly sunny South today. High temperatures in the 80s. Showers and thunderstorms Likely North and scattered South tonight. Lows in the 60s. Partly Boston up extended forecast Maine fair through the period. Highs near 80. Lows in the 50s. August tides Daylight savings Home High Low . . . . 8 10 05 10 21. 3 51 4 02 9 10 55 11 094 41 4 52 10 11 43 11 55. 5 28 5 37 Daylight savings time Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset am. . . . August 8 5 40 7 52 3 28 6 33 August 9 541 7 51 4 25 7 17 Temps City St fest Hilo Columbus pc 87 72 Albuquerque r 97 67 Dallas pc 102 76 Anchorage r 61 53 Denver pc too 67 Asheville pc 89 63 Des Moines c 92 77 Atlanta c too 78 Detroit by 83 68 Billings c 86 56 Duluth to 80 61 Birmingham pc too 72 Elpaso pc 101 75 Boston c 93 74 Hartford c 89 65 Brownsville 85 76 Honolulu c 89 74 Buffalo pc 82 72 Houston pc 92 78 Charlott a. C 97 73 Indianapolis c 91 68 Chicago r 87 69 Jacksn mss. Pc 99 74 Cleveland pc 86 70 Jacksonville c 92 74 Nhy Altha pollution Standard Index Ozone Augusta up a the department of environmental Protection says Ozone Levels in areas of South coastal Maine will be unhealthful today. The department said atmospheric conditions May cause mild aggravation of respiratory ailments in susceptible persons and irritation symptoms in the healthy population. Key pc partly Cloudy r. Rain by Windy so showers in Snow by Cloudy Ash thundershowers of fog or drizzle by sunny. The almanac United press International today is Friday aug. 8, the 221st Day of 1980 with 145 to follow. The Moon is moving toward its new phase. The morning stars Are Mercury and Venus. The evening stars Are Mars Jupiter and Saturn. Those born on this Date Are under the sign of Leo. Americans first professional architect Charles Bullfinch was born aug. 8, 1763. American performers Connie Stevens and Esther Williams also were born on this Date a Stevens in 1938 and the Williams in 1923. On this Date in history in 1940, the German Luftwaffe began a series of Daylight air raids on Britain. In 1945, Russia declared War on Japan a seven Days before Tokyo surrendered. In 1968, Richard Nixon won the Republican nomination for president. He was elected in november defeating Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace. In 1974, facing expected impeachment Over the watergate cover up scandal president Richard Nixon went on nationwide television and announced his resignation the first american president Ever to do so. Funeral directors Dennett St Craig 365 main Street Saco Maine. Tel. 282-0562. Emond amp Conroy funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford my Cosgrove funeral Home 126 Elm St., Biddeford John p. Conroy jr., director. 284->511 or 284-6021. Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St., Biddeford. 283-3653. Shumway and Gross funeral service 35 Spring St., Saco. 284-5611. Journa my Alfred Road Biddeford 04005 Une uses 055-720 mail rates Only one month $4.80 six months $28.80 one year $57.60 National advertising representatives Are Lannon associates 750 third Avenue. New York new York subscription rates payable in Advance published daily except sundays and holidays at Biddeford Maine 04005 second class postage paid at Biddeford Maine 04005 obituaries a. Blanche Garon old Orchard Beach Blanche g. Garon 88, of 272 Elm St., Biddeford died this morning in the elms nursing Home after a lengthy illness. The funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St., Saco. Edith Cray Ogunquit a Edith Mae Cray 67, of Captain Thomas Road died suddenly at her Home wednesday. She was born june 14,1913 in Newburyport mass. The daughter of William and Etta Pierce Roberge. She was the widow of Wilmont Cray who died in 1976. She is survived by two sons Donald Cray of Philadelphia and Gary Cray of Kennebunk a Stepson Lee Cray of Windsor locks Conn. A daughter mrs. Robert Beatrice Hanson of York six Brothers William and Robert Roberge both of Portsmouth ., Roy Roberge of Newburyport mass., Arthur Roberge of Kittery John Roberge of Boston and Wilbur Roberge of Franklin Two Sisters mrs. Lawrence Edna Cruz of Florida and Etta Cray address unknown nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 . Today at the Lucas and Eaton funeral Home York. The Rev. Stanley Stevens officiated and interment was in Ocean View cemetery Wells. John Mccann died Sanford a John t. Mccann 35, of 3 Vermont St. Thursday at the Massachusetts general Hospital in Boston. He was born . La 1944 in Hartford the son of John r. And Lucille Couturier Mccann and was a graduate of Sanford High school class of 1963. Since 1972, Mccann been in partnership with Robert Randall at mar inc., a garage in Springvale. He was a member of the Maine state Stock car racing association and served As tech Man for the association. With Randall he won the 1979 late Model sportsman class championship. He also was a real estate Salesman for Maine land realty of Sanford. Besides his parents of Sanford he is survived by his wife Dawn of Sanford two daughters mrs. Alan Jill Hall and Kelly l. Lecann both of Sanford and a sister mrs. Alan Janet Carter of san Pedro Calif. Funeral services will be held at to . Monday at the Heald funeral Home 61 main St., Springvale. The Rev. Chris Roy of St. Ignatius Church will officiate and interment will be in St. Ignatius cemetery. Calling hours Are saturday and sunday from 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. The family of the late Helen Frances Smith Neal requests if so desired that friends May make memorial donations to the arthritis foundation Maine chapter 37 Mill St., Brunswick Maine 04011. Lotteries Boston up the Massachusetts lottery number thursday was 3317. The family of the late e. Raymond Noiseux requests if so desired that donations May be made to the Maine division of the american cancer society . Box 456, Brunswick Maine 04011. _ Augusta Maine up a the Maine daily lottery number thursday was 500. The weekly lottery number drawn thursday was 54334. Love is card of thanks mrs. Pauline Thibeault 8 Taylor St., Biddeford wishes to express her sincere thanks to All her friends who have sent her prayers and Best wishes of Good health while she was a patient at the Maine medical Center in Portland. May god bless you All. Sincerely Pauline p. Thibeault florists Carters Flowers gifts and plants route i Kennebunk adjacent to St. Monica a. 985-3528. Little Ossipee Florist Margaret Harriman route 5, Limerick. 793-8492. Kissing her neck when she s washing her hair. To Reg. U s Pat. Off a All rights reserved a 1980 los Angelos times Syndicate Beulah Dickinson Biddeford a Beulah Dickinson 90, of 43 Granite St. Died thursday evening at her Home after a Brief illness. She was born Jan. 5, 1890 in Saco daughter of Robert and Francis Hernett Oldread. She was graduated from Thornton Academy Saco in 1908 and Farmington state Normal school in 1915. She did graduate studies at Columbia University new York City. Mrs. Dickinson introduced a Domestic science course in the Biddeford school system where she taught for six years until her marriage to or. John g. Dickinson. She was a member of the unitarian universalist Church of Saco and Biddeford. She was also a member of Adah chapter of the Oes and the thursday club of Biddeford. Survivors include two sons Kenneth Dickinson of Romulis n. Y. And John Dickinson of Houston Texas one daughter mrs. Bernice Emmons of Cape Elizabeth eight grandchildren 5 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held monday at 2 . From the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St., Saco. Interment will be in Laurel Hill cemetery Saco. Calling hours Are sunday evening from 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. Pearl Shaw Ocean Park a Pearl Hoitt Shaw 85, formerly of Ocean Park died thursday in the notre Dame nursing Home in Biddeford. She was born nov. 28, 1894, daughter of Harrison and Annie Jackson Hoitt. Mrs. Shaw was a member of the Middle Street Baptist Church of Portsmouth ., the Oes and the Rebekah. She was a teacher in the Portsmouth school system having taught in the Cabot Street school and Portsmouth Junior High school. She was the widow of John c. Shaw. Survivors include three daughters Beatrice s. Remick of Portsmouth Dorothy s. Mckowen of Manchester ., and Pauline h. Sandford of Kittery four grandchildren eight great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Buckminster Chapel 84 Broad St., Portsmouth at 2 . Saturday. Burial will be in Harmony Grove cemetery Portsmouth. Phoebe Parlin Ocean Park a Phoebe a. Parlin 76, of 4 Oceana ave., died wednesday evening at Webber Hospital Biddeford following a Short illness. She was born in Cherryfield oct. 8,1903, daughter of Otis h. And Henrietta West Sinclair. She was educated in Cherryfield and Waterville schools. Mrs. Parlin lived in the Augusta area and in Washington . Before coming to the Beach about 20 years ago. She was employed at one time by the . Hager Candy co. Of Waterville and by the Hecht Jellets boutique in Washington. Mrs. Parlin was a member of the Ingraham memorial congregational Church in Washington and attended the first Parish congregational Church Saco where she was a member of the ladies Circle. She also was Active in various Ocean Park Community and religious groups. Survivors include her husband Philip a. Parlin of Ocean Park two Sisters mrs. Pauline j. Stinchfield of Woburn mass., and mrs. Doris v. King of Camden one Niece Joan k. Collins of Rockport and two nephews Carleton p. Stinchfield of Bernardstown mass. And Richard s. King of Hyattsville my. Funeral services will be held saturday at la . From the old Orchard Beach funeral Home 36 Portland ave. With the Rev. Donald Henderson of Camden first congregational Church officiating. Interment will be in the family lot in Hallowell cemetery. Calling hours will be held at the funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Jeanne Thibodeau Alfred a Jeanne c. Thibodeau 65, of the Sanford Road died suddenly at her Home wednesday. She was born sept. 9, 1914 in Lebanon ., daughter of Napoleon and Laura Dubois Camarie. She was a retired textile worker and a communicant of holy family Church. She was a member and past District president of the vow auxiliary a member of the antique models club and the ladies of St. Anne. She is survived by her husband Adrien Thibodeau and a sister mrs. Rene Pauline Noel or. Of Springvale and several nieces and nephews. A funeral mass will be said at 9 . Saturday in the holy family Church. Interment will be in notre Dame cemetery Springvale. Calling hours Are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the Lafrance and Boisvert funeral Home 29 Winter St., Sanford. Oscar Ducharme Shapleigh a Oscar j. Ducharme 81, of Walnut Hill Road died wednesday at the Maine stay nursing Home Sanford. He was born March 30,1899 in Wotten que., the son of Eugene and armida Dupre Ducharme and lived in Shapleigh for the past 18 years. Before that he lived in Springvale. He was a retired shoe Cutter at Allied Novelty shoe co., a former Maine Champion wrestler and a former member of the Springvale fish and game club. Besides his wife Rosetta Fletcher Ducharme survivors include three sons Leo Ducharme of Montgomery Texas Oscar Ducharme of Sanford and Marcel Ducharme of Springvale two daughters mrs. Willis Rita Bear of Livingston Texas and mrs. Nelson Rena Hutchins of Rochester A Stepson Clifford Fletcher of Sanford three Brothers Omer Ducharme of Baltimore Armand Ducharme of Sanford and Andre Ducharme of add three Sisters mrs Clementine Bachand of Bromptonville que. Mrs. Rose Bolduc of Minnesota and mrs. Alice Wray of Arizona 34 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at to . Saturday at the Heald funeral Home 61 main St., Springvale. The Rev. Henry j. St. Amand pastor of notre Dame Church Springvale will officiate. Interment will be in Oakdale cemetery Sanford. Calling hours arc today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. E. Raymond Noiseux Biddeford a e. Raymond Noiseux 66, of 75 Guinea Road died wednesday at the Maine medical Center Portland after a lengthy illness. He was born sept. 28, 1913 in Pawtucket r.i., son of Emil and Mabel Jarvis Noiseux. He attended Rhode Island schools and was a graduate of northeastern University Boston. Noiseux was a retired manager of the metropolitan life insurance co. He was Active in local civic affairs having served As president of the Biddeford Saco rotary club the Biddeford Saco chamber of Commerce the York county chapter of the american red Cross and the Biddeford Saco old Orchard Beach United was. He was vice chairman of the Biddeford charter revision committee and a member of the boards of directors of the Keo Cross York county boy scouts Biddeford historical society and the York county health services. He was a former River master and Warden in Ward i. Noiseux also served a corp orator of York county savings Bank was a member of the vow the veterans association of metropolitan life insurance co., the shrine the commander the Saco yacht club the International game fish association stripers unlimited the Biddeford Saco Rod and reel club and the old Orchard Beach Art association. He was a lieutenant commander of the Cape Arundel Power Squadron. He is survived by his wife Audrey m. Bruce Noiseux two sons Peter b. Noiseux of Venice Calif and Nicholas j. Noiseux of Biddeford a daughter Judith r. Noiseux of Boston a brother Edmund Noiseux of Pawtucket and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at to . Saturday at the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St., Saco. Cremation will follow at Laurel Hill crematory. Calling hours Are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. Crash victim critical Lewiston a 12 year old Alfred girl is listed Iff critical condition at Maine medical Center in Portland following a car a Lycyle Accident in Alfred Early wednesday evening. T Lisa White Middle Branch drive was Riding Down a Hill Section of Middle Branch Road about 5 50 . When she collided with a pick up truck being driven by 61 year old Helen Everett also of Middle Branch Road. According to authorities the youngster suffered head injuries after hitting a Mirror on the Side of the Everett vehicle. She was taken to Sanford a . Goodall Hospital and later transferred to Central Maine for treatment in the medical centers special care unit. Correction the journal Tribune incorrectly reported the place where Annette Hubert 78, of water Street Kennebunk died. She died at the Webber Hospital. The newspaper regrets the error. Fair Saco United Baptist Church saturday August 9 9 30 .-2 . Lobster Roll luncheon 11 30 .-l . Something for everyone Acme ii steam Way carpet amp upholstery cleaner i Sale 19.99 for first room i for the second room 10.00 each additional room Couch amp chair 25.00 free hallway cleaned Acme ii steam Way carpet amp upholstery cleaner 24 hour answering service 985-7137 Helen Neal Palm Beach Fla. Helen Frances Smith Neal 79, of 322 Westminster Road West Palm Beach died tuesday at the Atlantis convalescent Center after a lengthy illness. She was born nov. 1,1900 in Lynn mass., daughter of Fred. A. And Frances Knowland Smith. She was a College professor and taught in Many colleges. She was a member of Sigma Chi sorority the National league of american pen women. She was Well known nationally As a musician and free Lance writer and been included in several publications of who a who. She was founder of the writers club of Palm Beach. She is survived by a son Robert s. Neal of new Sharon Maine three daughters mrs. Donald Neitz of West Palm Beach Fla. Margaret Neal of old Lyme Conn., and is. Carol Hannah of Milwaukee wis. A brother Harold k. Smith of Melrose mass., one sister mrs. William Norton of Wellesley mass. And eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held at i . Thursday from the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St., Kennebunk Maine with the Rev. Clifford Gieger officiating. Interment was in the family lot Hope cemetery Kennebunk. Public safety Banner Down old Orchard Beach firefighters report removing a Banner displayed across the Square at the base of old Orchard Street to promote an event sponsored by George Kerr owner of surf six East grand Avenue. The Banner which was put up without a License was removed at 1 15 . Thursday to facilitate a High wire act in the same area. Recall was at 1 30 . Kerr says he was told by town officials that a License would not be required. Thefts old Orchard Beach police received the following theft reports thursday Marcel Pauquette of Quebec reported at 11 32 . That the Cabin window been forced at the lamplighter Motel 16 Francis St., and $1,350 in Cash stolen. John Bowler of 190 Mosher Road Gorham reported at 10 34 . Thursday that knives valued at $82 been take from his vehicle while it was parked on first Street. Entry was gained through a window. Jean Guy Vallerand of Quebec reported at 3 30 . That his unlocked cottage at 4 Wildwood Lane been entered and $1,850 in jewelry stolen plus $3 in Cash. Denise Allen of Quebec reported at 11 15 . That her purse been stolen while she was at the Whitehall old Orchard Street and the bag contained her key to her room at the Brunswick Motel West grand Avenue. Stolen from the room were two suitcases valued at $180, $255 in Cash jewelry valued at $480, a watch valued at $150, a hair dryer valued at $25 and a radio valued at $200, along with miscellaneous clothing robbery old Orchard Beach Jacques St. Hilaire of Quebec reported to police at 11 15 . Thursday that he been struck in the head by a Blunt instrument assaulted by two or More people and his Wallet containing $200, ripped from his pants pocket on West grand Avenue according to a department spokeswoman. All quiet North Berwick the fire department reports no fires. All quiet Lebanon a the police report no activity. All quiet Sanford the fire department reports no fires. No answer North Berwick the police department does no to answer the Telephone. Bug Light stolen Sanford a an electric insect Coil valued at $110 was stolen from the Yard of Joe Marceau of 4 Amherst St. Sometime thursday Between the hours of 6 . And 6 . Police say the Cylinder Type Bug Light was mounted on a pole. Car hits hydrant Sanford a 1978 general motors pickup truck driven by Sandra l. Barrows of Shapleigh Road Waterboro was left with $800 damage after the truck collided with a fire hydrant wednesday at 6 30 . Police report no one was injured. Police say Barrows was attempting to negotiate a turn from Tibbets Avenue onto main Street when the truck she was driving struck the hydrant. Boy struck Saco a Bruce Machado 14, of 23 Maple St., Saco was treated and released from Webber Hospital Biddeford for a leg injury he suffered when the bicycle he was Riding collided with an automobile. Police said Machado suffered the injury shortly before 12 30 pm. Thursday on Elm Street. Machado pulled onto Elm from water Street and was attempting to Complete a turn when he collided with a car driven by Joseph h. Gallant 63, of Portland rd., Saco. Machado received cuts and bruises on his left leg police said. Money stolen Saco a Allen Crenon 17, of Laurenti St., Sherbrooke Quebec reported thursday that clothes and Money valued at $234, been stolen from his tent at the old Orchard tent and trailer Park on Ocean Park Road. Access was gained by tearing a Hole in the rear of the tent with a knife police said. Milk truck tips Wells a police responded at 2 40 ., thursday to a Cumberland farms milk truck that tipped Over on its Side on route 109. The Driver Van Kurilich 40, of Hampton ., was not injured and estimated damage to the truck is $1,900, according to reports. The fire department also responded but was not needed according to a department spokesperson. Smell smoke Biddeford a firefighters responded thursday at 2 14 ., to a reported smell of smoke at the Pool Street Market 77 Pool Street. A malfunctioning fan was causing the smell according to a department spokesperson. Recall was at 2 26. Or. Norman c. Johnson is pleased to announce his affiliation with or. Roland a. Fogg in the ice of optometry Eye examinations by appointment 157 main St. Evenings and saturdays available Gorham Telephone 839-3621 Maine or. Ronald d. Bissell and or. Richard d. Acheson Are pleased to announce the opening of a Branch office for the specially practice of Oral and Maxill facial surgery at 58 Portland Road Kennebunk professional Center Kennebunk Maine office hours by appointment Telephone 965-7080

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