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Biddeford City Edition Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Biddeford, Maine 2�?journal Tribune wednesday aug. 13, 1980 obituaries today a weather United press International mostly Cloudy Robby Bodwell age 8, Alfred Maine mostly Cloudy with Chance of a Light Shower North and becoming partly sunny South today. Highs 70 to 80. Fair tonight. Lows upper 40s to upper 50s. Cloudy thursday with showers Likely. Highs 60s to Low 70s. Boston up extended forecast Maine new Hampshire Over the North Chance of showers Friday and saturday. Fair sunday. Over the South Chance of showers Early Friday then Clearing. Fair saturday and sunday. August tides Daylight savings Home High Low . . A m. . 13 1 18 1 44 7 31 7 46 14 1 59 2 25 8 10 8 28 15 2 41 3 05 8 50 9 11 Daylight savings time Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset am. . . Am. 5 50 August 13 7 45 8 25 9 23 5 46 August 14 7 44 9 24 9 49 Temps City a fest Hilo Little Rock pc too 75 Albuquerque by 80 65 los Angeles c 90 71 Anchorage r 56 50 Louisville c 87 67 Asheville c 85 60 Memphis pc 98 78 Atlanta c 95 72 Miami Beach r 87 74 Billings r 80 55 Milwaukee r 70 57 Birmingham pc 96 70 Minneapolis r 81 64 Boston c Brwn sell 88 67 Nashville pc 90 67 90 78 new Orlens pc 95 78 Buffalo c 78 61 new York c 88 71 chrism . Pc 93 77 Klahm qty pc 98 77 Charlott . C 93 70 Omaha r 85 72 Chicago r 78 63 Philadelphia c 86 70 Cleveland pc 76 57 Phoenix pc 105 88 Columbus pc 80 6. Pittsburgh c 81 63 Dallas pc 98 79 Portland me. C 67 58 Denver pc 95 59 Portland or. Pc 76 60 Des Moines r 81 69 Providence c 84 60 Detroit by 77 55 Richmond c 94 71 Duluth r 74 62 St. Louis pc 92 70 Elpaso by 77 62 Salt Lak a Type 99 70 Hartford c 85 60 san Antonio pc 94 77 Honolulu pc 89 75 san Diego pc 78 72 Houston pc 96 82 san Juan pc 92 80 Indianapolis pc 83 60 Seattle by 66 58 Jacksn mss. Pc 99 74 Spokane c 86 59 Jacksonville pc 94 75 Tampa r 88 76 Kansas City pc 88 72 Washington c 93 73 Las vegas pc 112 84 Wichita c ii 77 key pc. Partly Cloudy a rain by Windy so showers in Snow by Cloudy Ash thundershowers of fog or drizzle by sunny. The almanac United press International today is wednesday aug. 13, the 226th Day of 1980 with 140 to follow. The Moon is moving toward its first Quarter. 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. Pioneer social reformer Lucy Stone was born aug. 13, 1818. Alfred Hitchcock master of mystery movies was born on aug. 13,1899. On this Date in history in 1923, the no. I song in the United states was a yes we have no in 1930, Captain Frank Hawkes set a Speed record by flying from los Angeles to new York in 12 hours and 25 minutes. In 1961, the communists began building the Berlin Wall dividing East and West Germany. It still stands. In 1972, prominent baseball Leader George Weiss died at the age of 78. Funeral directors Dennett amp Craig 365 main Street Saco Maine. Tel. 282-0562. Emond a Conroy funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford and Cosgrove funeral Home 326 Elm St., Biddeford John p. Conroy jr., director. 284-5511 or 284-6021. Journa my Alfred Road Biddeford 04005 Tine uses 055720 published daily except sundays and holidays at Biddeford Maine 04005 second class postage paid at Biddeford Maine 04005 mail rates Only one month $4.80 six months $28 80 one year $57 60 National advertising representatives Are Lan Don associates 750 third Avenue new York new York subscription rates payable in Advance Robert Johnson or. Old Orchard Beach a Robert n. Johnson jr., 30, of 9 Tripoli ave., formerly of 18 Melody Lane Portland died suddenly tuesday morning at the Webber Hospital. He was born dec. 15, 1949 in Biddeford son of Robert n. And Beverly Dean Johnson. He was a graduate of North Yarmouth Academy Ricker College and Emerson College Boston. He had been employed by fun town u.s.a., for two years and was very Active in theater since his graduation. He was a member of the Stevens Avenue congregational Church in Portland. He is survived by his parents of Portland a brother Dean p. Johnson also of Portland his paternal grandparents or. And mrs. S. P. Johnson of old Orchard Beach and his maternal step Grandfather Nelson Wentworth of Portland. Funeral services will be held Friday at i . At the Jones Rich and Hutchins funeral Home 199 Woodford St., Portland with the Rev. William f. Hamel officiating. Interment will follow in Evergreen cemetery Portland. Calling hours Are tonight from 7 to 9 and wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. Indictments brought in mercy killing new Bedford mass. Up a a Bristol county grand jury investigating a suspected mercy killing at a Taunton Hospital has handed up secret indictments the District attorneys office says. District attorney Ronald c. Pinas office said arraignments were scheduled today at Bristol county Superior court and said the names of those indicted would not be released until then. The grand jury spent All Day monday deciding whether the Case of Norma c. Leanues 51, should be brought to trial. Mrs. Leanues died May 18 at Morton Hospital two weeks after surgery for cancer. Five Days after her death the Hospital concluded an internal investigation of the incident and suspended three nurses without pay. Documents obtained by the Brockton Enterprise indicated the hospitals probe revealed an unidentified licensed practical nurse gave mrs. Leanues a fatal dose of morphine sulfite a to Stop her state police Are investigating a discrepancy in the cause of her death As listed at the Hospital and a subsequent autopsy. The death certificate reportedly says she died of cancer spreading through her vital organs but an autopsy showed an overdose of morphine killed her. A new Bedford cancer specialist said the autopsy also indicated mrs. Leanues cancer was not As far advanced As was believed and she was not terminally ill. Woman says she did t taunt Blacks Pittsfield mass. Up a a great Barrington woman has pleaded innocent to charges of allegedly harassing an elderly Black couple who moved into an All White Berkshire county neighbourhood earlier this year. Karen i. Gauthier 40, was arrested late monday on four counts of attempted extortion of Kenneth Taylor 65, and his wife Irene 76, a great Barrington native. The couple contacted authorities earlier this year after they received threatening letters and phone Calls had a stink bomb thrown through a window of their Home and had a suspicious fire gut a garage in the backyard of the Giddings Street residence where they have lived since january. Authorities said mrs. Gauthier had lived on Giddings Street near the Taylors before moving earlier this year to another part of town. Berkshire county Superior court judge William w. Simons tuesday ordered mrs. Gauthier released on personal recognizance pending a pretrial conference to be held within 20 Days. Local police would not comment on whether additional warrants were expected but said Berkshire county District attorney Anthony j. Ruberto or. Had indicated a Federal grand jury will Convene next week to consider the Case. Dawn Dutremble old Orchard Beach a Dawn Anne Dutremble 9, of 863 Portland ave., old Orchard Beach died last night at the Maine medical Center Portland following injuries suffered in an automobile Accident in old Orchard Beach on july 31. She was born sept. 8,1970 in Hartford daughter of Donald and Anne Cyr Dutremble. She was to enter the fifth Grade in Jameson school. She was a communicant of St. Margaret Church. She is survived by her parents two Brothers Troy Dutremble and Nuel Dutremble one sister Michele Dutremble All of old Orchard Beach paternal Grandfather Romeo Dutremble of Hartford maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Claude Cyr of old Orchard Beach and several aunts and uncles. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated saturday at 9 . From St. Andre Church Biddeford followed by interment in St. Joseph cemetery Biddeford. Calling hours Are thursday from 7 to 9 . And Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the Emond and Conroy funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford. Evacuation seen slowest in summer Wiscasset up a evacuation of the area around the Maine Yankee nuclear Plant would be slowest on a hot summer Day when the coastal Region is shrouded by fog and jammed with tourists a study concludes. It would take from two to 6vi hours to evacuate people within a 10-mile radius of the Plant in the event of an Accident said the study commissioned by the Federal emergency management Agency. The report tuesday by Wilbur Smith associates of South Carolina said hot summer Days Are the most critical time and snowy Days would be the second most critical. The Maine Yankee Plant was one of 13 around the country studied by private firms for the Federal Agency. A report by a Virgina based firm said it would take six to 14 hours to evacuate the area around the site of the Seabrook ., nuclear Power Plant under hot summer conditions. Lionel Cote director of Maine a civil emergency preparedness Bureau said residents might be asked to take shelter until roads Are slowed in the event of a nuclear incident on a snowbound Day. 4 a a it in % crash scene traffic backed up on route 495 in Andover burst into flames upon Impact. Two persons Highway during an approach to Teumac Airport yesterday after a twin engine plane crashed and aboard the Craft died after the plane hit the in Tewksbury. Up photo plane hits Highway 2 dead Andover mass. Up Federal officials Are investigating the fiery crash of a twin engine plane at the intersection of two Busy highways in which two Connecticut men died. Police identified the victims of tuesdays crash As Wayne Ritchie 32, of new Haven the Pilot and Frank j. Cerne 47, of Wethersfield. Federal aviation administration officials said the Cessna 401 was owned by the Sussex corp. Of North Haven Conn., and was on a flight from Meriden Conn. It was making a routine runway approach shortly before to . To land at Teumac Airport in nearby Tewksbury when it slammed into the ground near the intersection of interstate 495 and route 133, narrowly missing a bus. The plane exploded on Impact and the wreckage was totally engulfed in flames by the time police and firefighters arrived at the scene. One witness Dennis Corcoran of Lowell said the plane crashed about too Yards in front of him As he was driving westbound on 1-495. A i saw a blur coming Down. Then everything seemed to spread apart dust debris everything a Corcoran said. A about two seconds later it exploded. There were flames Stan Mcdonnough the Faass Deputy Public affairs officer for new England said there was no indication from the Pilot that anything was amiss prior to the crash. A the flight controller had cleared him for a Voa routine Landing at Teumac Airport and was waiting for confirmation of Landing a said Mcdonnough. Quot he heard a Boston approach Boston approach a and then he heard a Teumac does not have a radar control system to direct air traffic to and from its two airstrips. The plane was being directed by the air traffic control Center a1 Bostons Logan International Airport the Faa said. Mcdonnough said weather conditions were relatively Good with five mile visibility and patches of fog. A there was fog in the area but that have had any effect a he said. The plane hit the Edge of 1-495 and the exit ramp of route 133 before skidding into a wooded area and exploding. The crash sent a Sheet of flame across the interstate causing police to close the Roadway for several hours until debris could be cleared and the pavement hosed Down. Officials of the National transportation safety Board were investigating the Accident Mcdonnough said. Public safety Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St., Biddeford. 283-3653. Shumway and Gross funeral service 35 Spring St., Saco. 2845611. Augusta Maine up \ the number drawn tuesday in Maine a daily lottery was 335. Card of thanks we would like to thank All of the friends who gave so graciously and worked so hard to make the first annual Richard a. Eugley fund supper a Success and a special thanks to Linwood and Edna Rollins for the Beautiful bouquet of Flowers with the one Canale to symbolize the first year. Thank you again trustees of the Richard a. Us memorial d Little Ossipee Florist Margaret Harriman route 5, Limerick. 793-8492. False alarm Biddeford a firefighters responded to a false alarm tuesday evening at 9 48 at Elm and Spruce streets according to reports. Recall was at 9 52 . Quiet old Orchard Beach Brothers nabbed after Chase Lowell mass. Up three Brothers who allegedly robbed a Hudson ., store at gunpoint and led police on a High Speed Chase through four communities have been arraigned on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and being fugitives from Justice. The Brothers were being held tuesday at the Billerica House of correction on $75,000 surety Bond each a Lowell District court spokeswoman said. New Hampshire police said they would prepare warrants for their arrest on charges of armed robbery and first degree assault. Robert Haas 23, of Salem and his two Brothers from Lowell mass., Gregory 21, and Mark 20, stole a a sizeable sum of Cash from a Cumberland farms store in Hudson monday night police said. A 20-minute, High Speed Chase began in Pelham when police spotted the Brothers car on route 128. Lowell and Dracut mass., police joined in the Pursuit which ended in Lowell when the suspects car collided with a police Cruiser. The Brothers allegedly shot at police during the Chase shattering the Windshield of a Pelham Cruiser driven by officer James Hardy police said. Flying Glass lodged in Hardy a eyes but caused no permanent damage. A trial Date has been set for aug. 21 in Lowell. Firefighters report no significant activity during the past 24 hours. Theft old Orchard Beach a spokesman for Corey electric co. Of Portland reported at 9 01 . Tuesday that four ceiling Heaters seven baseboard Heaters and an undetermined amount of wire had been stolen from a Portland Avenue work site. Theft old Orchard Beach Angela Debella of 448 Elmhurst Road Utica n.y., reported at 10 56 . Tuesday that a Bracelet valued at $1,200 had been taken from her room at the diplomate Motel East grand Avenue police say. No forced entry is listed. Thefts old Orchard Beach Mark Dandeneau of Hill Road Naugatuck Conn., and John Ethier also of Naugatuck reported thefts from their tents at powder Horn camping Cascade Road at 9 30 . Tuesday. Clothes for a total value of $100, were reported stolen. Alarm malfunction Sanford a firefighters responded at 4 34 . To a false alarm at org barriers on Emery Street the result of a malfunctioning automatic alarm. Burglary reported Sanford a police Are investigating a reported tuesday burglary at the Hanson a Ridge Road Home of Philip Campbell in which items valued at $425 were taken. Police reports indicate that entry to the Home was by breaking a window on the Northeast Side. Taken in the break were two Sony radios and a be radio a Regency scanner a Gold watch some Cash and some bottles of liquor. Campbell discovered the burglary when he returned Home at about 5 . Tuesday police say. Juvenile charged in rape of girl old Orchard Beach a a 14-year-old male from the Beach has been charged with rape and will be arranged in District court Biddeford on Friday aug. 15. The victim police say is listed As an 8-year-old girl also of the Beach who was treated and released at Webber Hospital Biddeford. The incident was reported at 10 30 . Aug. 7 on school Street Extension. Quiet Wells a All was quiet during the night report police and firefighters. Accident Ogunquit Edward c. Law 43, of 52 main St., York Beach was taken to York Hospital this morning at 6 39 following a car Accident on route i it was reported by the dispatcher in the Dunaway Center. Law the Driver of a southbound vehicle collided with a Telephone pole it was reported. No report on his condition was available from Hospital officials at press time. Firefighters at Wells Beach fire company who transported Law to York Hospital report the victim had cuts on his forehead and Chin and that he had been complaining of pain in his Abdomen. Arrests Biddeford a two men were arrested Friday aug. 8, in conjunction with a burglary at David Belisle a 6 Belmont St., apartment where $500 was taken according to police. Arrested and released on $300 personal recognizance Bonds were Herman Paulsen 20, of Potterville Road North Windham and Charles Barnes 18, of 412 Payne Road Scarborough. Both will be arraigned in Biddeford District court sept. 9, on charges of burglary aug. 3, in Biddeford police say. Knowing he Only has eyes for you. To Rea u s Pat. Off a All rights reserved a i960 los Angeles times Syndicate or. Norman c. Johnson is pleased to announce his affiliation with or. Roland a. 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