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Biddeford City Edition Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 25, 1980, Biddeford, Maine 2�?journal Tribune monday aug. 25, 1980today�?Ts weather United pres International partly sunny by Shawn Dioran age 6, Newfield Maine becoming mostly Cloudy North and partly sunny South today. Chance of showers this afternoon. Highs in the 80s, 29 a Interior and 70s, 25 a North and immediate coast. Scattered showers North and partly Cloudy with a Chance of a Shower South tonight. Boston up extended forecast Maine and new Hampshire Chance of showers Early wednesday then Clearing. Fair thursday and Friday. Highs 75 to 85. Lows mostly in the 50s. August tides Daylight savings time High Low . . . . 25 11 06 11 24. 4 55 5 11 26 11 53 12 13. 5 43 6 09 27 12 426 30 6 50 Daylight savings time Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset am. . . Am. August 25 5 58 7 26 7 22 5 08 August 26 5 59 7 25 8 01 6 21 Temps Albuquerque pc 88 62 los Angeles c 81 66 Anchorage c 66 44 Louisville c 81 67 Asheville c 80 62 Memphis pc 96 72 Atlanta c 89 70 Miami Beach r 89 73 Billings pc 92 50 Milwaukee pc 79 63 Birmingham pc 91 70 Minneapolis r 82 69 Boston c 83 68 Nashville pc 91 66 Brwn sell to. Pc 94 77 new Orlens pc 95 75 Buffalo c 84 59 new York c 91 67 Charlson . C 85 68 Klahm qty c 104 70 Charlott . C 84 64 Omaha c 95 72 Chicago c 86 66 Philadelphia c 90 69 Cleveland c 79 58 Phoenix c 94 76 Columbus c 83 62 Pittsburgh c 85 63 Dallas c 103 69 Portland m. Pc 90 63 Denver pc 87 64 Portland Ore. C 78 55 Des Moines c 87 69 Providence c 92 65 Detroit pc 82 59 Richmond c 90 62 Duluth pc 77 67 St. Louis c 87 66 Elpaso pc 93 71 Salt Lak a Type 89 68 Hartford c 87 60 san Antonio c 98 72 Honolulu c 89 77 san Diego c 79 68 Houston pc 105 73 san francs pc 59 53 Indianapolis c 84 60 Seattle c 72 51 Jackson mss. C 98 69 Spokane c 76 43 Jacksonville pc 89 68 Tampa pc 90 71 Kansas City c 92 67 Washington c 91 70 Las vegas pc 99 73 Wichita c 99 68 key pc partly Cloudy a by Windy so showers in Snow by Cloudy Ash thundershowers of fog or drizzle by. Sunny. The almanac United press International today is monday aug. 25, the 238th Day of 1980 with 128 to follow. The Moon is full. 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 Virgo. Pianist composer Leonard Bernstein and actor Sean Connery were born on aug. 25 a Bernstein in 1918, Connery in 1930. On this Day in history in 1718, the City of new Orleans was founded. In 1921, world War i officially ended As the United states signed a peace treaty with Germany. The fighting had stopped in november 1918. In 1944, american troops liberated Paris in world War ii. In 1950, president Harry Truman ordered government seizure of american railroads to prevent a general strike. Funeral directors Dennett St Craig 365 main Street Saco Maine. Tel. 282-0562. Emond amp 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. Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St., Biddeford. 283-3653. Shumway and Gross funeral service 35 Spring St., Saco. 284-5611. Journal Llerik Alfred Road Biddeford 04005 Une uses 055-720 published daily except sundays and holidays at Biddeford Maine 04005 second class postage 0aid at Biddeford Maine 04005 mail rates Only one month 64.80 six months $28.80 one year $57.60 National advertising representatives Are Landen associates 750 third Avenue new York new York. Subscription rates payable in Advance Rosamond Mingo Saco a Rosamond Mingo 89, formerly of b Street old Orchard Beach died Friday at the Evergreen Manor nursing Home after a lengthy illness. She was born in Warren dec. 19, 1890, daughter of Nathaniel and Nettie Peters and was educated in Warren and Scarborough. Mrs. Mingo was employed Many Summers at the Beach by the old Orchard Beach pier association. She had lived in that Community for More than 70 years. Her husband was Theodore h. Mingo chief of the old Orchard Beach fire department for Many years who died in 1978. She was a member of the United methodist Church of old Orchard Beach. Surviving Are a son Wesley Mingo of old Orchard Beach a sister Madeline Rhoades of Columbia . And two grandchildren. Services were held this morning at the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St., with the Rev. Robert Plaisted officiating. Interment was in Laurel Hill Dube Biddeford a Gerald l. Dube 52, of 3 Greenfield Lane died sunday at the Maine medical Center Portland following a Long illness. He was born in Biddeford May 6, 1928, son of Wilfred and Yvonne Roberge Dube and attended local schools. Dube was employed As a Milkman most of his life last working for Cole farm Dairy for la years. He retired in 1977 due to a disability. He was a communicant of St. Joseph Church. Surviving Are his wife Claire Barriault Dube two sons Roland Dube and Michael Dube and three daughters Rita Dube Maryanne Turner and Norma Dube All of Biddeford three Sisters Pauline Henri of Biddeford Margaret Bisson of Rochdale mass., and Helen Neault of old Orchard Beach and seven grandchildren. A mass of Christian burial will be held wednesday at la . At St. Joseph Church. Interment will be in St. Joseph cemetery. Calling hours will be held tonight from 7 to 9, and tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 ., at the Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St., Saco. Clifford Parker Saco a Clifford k. Parker 78, of 294 North St., died sunday morning at the Webber Hospital Biddeford. He was born in South Poland feb. 23,1902, son of Eldridge and Alice Newell Parker and attended South Poland schools. Parker had worked at the former Saco Lowell shops Biddeford and until his retirement was a Lead Man at the Portsmouth naval shipyard Kittery. He was an Veteran of world War i and a member of the Unity club. Parker was a former Saco police officer. He was the widower of Mina Parker. He is survived by three sons Roger n. Parker of old Orchard Beach Richard g. Parker of Saco and Kenneth m. Parker of Lyman a daughter Virginia m. Verrill of Dover . Two Sisters Dorothy Tucker of South Paris and Hazel Dresser of Biloxi miss. 18grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services will be held tuesday at 2 At the Shumway Gross funeral Home 35 Spring St. Interment will be in Laurel Hill cemetery. Calling hours will be held today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 ., at the funeral Home. James Dooley Cornish a James f. Dooley 66, of Cornish and fort Meyers Fla., died Friday at the Home of his daughter mrs. Elwyn Dorothy Day of Cornish. He was born in Providence r.i., sept. 19, 1890, son of Francis and Ruth Elizabeth Dockendorff Dooley and was educated in Reading mass., schools. Dooley had worked in Quality control at itt Kezar Falls for Many years. He is survived by his wife Annie Elizabeth Howe Dooley of Cornish and fort Meyers two other daughters mrs. Edward Kathleen Ruckle of Kissimmee Fla., and mrs. Lundy Barbara Perkins of Orlando Fla. Two Brothers Roger Dooley of Lynn mass., and David Dooley of Reading three Sisters Phyllis Nelson of Framingham mass., mrs. William Sylvia Brennan of North Reading mass., and mrs. William Eleanor Richardson of Reading seven grandchildren two great grandchildren and nephews and nieces. Services were held sunday afternoon at the Neal and York funeral Home Kezar Falls. Interment was in Porter Village cemetery. Thanksgiving Novena to St. Jude o holy St. Jude apostle and Martyr great ,.i virtue and Rich in miracles near Kinsman of Jesus Christ faithful intercessor of All who invoke your special patronage in time of need to you i have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom god has Given such great Power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent petition. In return i Promise to make your name known and cause you to be invoked. Say three our fathers three Hail marys and Glorias. Publication must be promised. St. Jude Pray for us and All who invoke your Aid amen. This Novena has never been known to fail. I have had my request granted. Publication promised. J. B. Thanksgiving Novena to St. Jude o holy St. Jude apostle and Martyr great in virtue and Rich in miracles near Kinsman of Jesus Christ faithful intercessor of All who invoke your special patronage in time of need to you i have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom god has Given such great Power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent petition. In return i Promise to make your name known and cause you to be invoked. Say three our fathers three Hail marys and Glorias. Publication must be promised. St. Jude Pray for us and All who invoke your Aid amen. This Novena has never been known to fail. I have had my request granted. Publication promised. . Public safety dump fires North Berwick firefighters responded to four fires sunday including three at the town dump. The fire department reports sending a truck to the dump in the afternoon at 6 And again at la To put out fires of unknown origin. All the fires were under control within an hour. A third fire on a York lines Michaud bus at about 6 Caused an undetermined amount of damage to some wiring under the dash. Malfunction Biddeford firefighters responded at 6 13 ., sunday to a fire alarm at the summer Street housing project Alfred Street. The alarm apparently malfunctioned since no evidence of fire was found a department spokesperson said. Car fire Biddeford at 4 11 ., saturday firefighters extinguished a Carburettor fire in a car parked on main Street owned by Glen Gauvin of 366 Alfred St. Recall was at 4 24, according to reports. Gas can fire Biddeford at 6 50 ., Friday police responded to a reported Gas can fire at 18 Westmore ave. By the time firefighters arrived the fire was out according to reports and recall was at 6 55.Florence Stacey Kezar Falls a Florence i. Stacey 77, of Kezar Falls died sunday at her Home after a Long illness. She was born in Parsonsfield june to 1903, daughter of William and Rose Brown Mason and was educated in Kezar Falls schools graduating from Porter High school. Mrs. Stacey is survived by her husband Clayton e. Stacey a son Randy Stacey and a brother John Mason All of Kezar Falls a sister Georgia Johnson of Cornish and two grandchildren. Services will be held tuesday at 2 At the Neal and York funeral Home Kezar Falls. Interment will be in Riverside cemetery. Calling hours will be held tonight from 7 to 9, at the funeral Thomas Buxton a Calvin r. Thomas 18, died in Scarborough sunday from injuries received in an automobile Accident. He was born in Fruita colo., nov 25, 1961, son of Jack and Frances Morgan Thomas and was graduated from Bonny Eagle High school in june. He had planned to enter the University of Maine Orono in september. Thomas was Active in soccer basketball and Tennis in High school. He received the Maine varsity Tennis award during his Junior year. He had become very Active As an Amateur Boxer in the greater Portland area. Thomas had worked for sad 6 during the summer. Survivors Are his parents of Buxton a brother Larry e. Thomas of old Orchard Beach and two Sisters Kart Lou Moore of Westbrook and Banda l. Thomas of Buxton. Funeral services will be held tuesday at to . At the Buxton Center Baptist Church. Interment will be in South Buxton cemetery. Calling hours will be held tonight from 7 to 9, at the Neal and York funeral Home 76 state St., Brown Springvale a Doris Louise Brown 80, of Roosevelt Street died Friday at the Maine medical Center Portland. D t she was born in Cuttingsville vt., july 18,1900, daughter of Bert e. And Mildred c. Mrs. Brown had lived in Springvale for 24 years. She formerly was an inspector at Shapiro shoe co., Auburn retiring in 1965. She was a member of the court Street Baptist Church Auburn Ruth chapter order of the Eastern Star Springvale and Moussam Edward r. Brown of Springvale a son Harry Gauthier of Poland two daughters Dorothy Dupont of bed calif., and Lila May Kulp of St. James to. A Stepson Stephen e. Brown of Lewiston two stepdaughters mrs. Ronald Florence Rowell of goodwins Mills and mrs. Royal Margaret Marceau of Sanford 20 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Services were held today at i At the Heald funeral Home 61 main St., with the Rev. Chandler m. Holmes officiating. Interment was in it. Auburn cemetery Kingsford West Newfield Mary Calfernia Kingsford 90, of West Newfield died saturday morning at Huggins Hospital. Wolfeboro ., after a Long illness. She was born in Clinton Conn., May 27, 1890, daughter of Lorenzo and Cora Hull Johnston. Mrs. Kingsford came to West Newfield in 1945 from Norwood mass. She was a member of the order of the Eastern Star and the congregational Church both of West Newfield. She was a Register of voters in West Newfield. Survivors Are her husband Carleton l. Kingsford and two daughters Jeanne Tanguay and Shirley Hoffman All of West Newfield 13grandchildren and 12great-grandchildren. Private memorial services will be held. Interment will be in Woodman cemetery East Wakefield n. H. The Dockendorff funeral Home Limerick is in charge of Lerner Jessie Lloyd Kennebunk a Hiram a. Lerner 86, of Fairfield drive died saturday at the Webber Hospital Biddeford following a Brief illness. He was born in the Ukraine Russia nov. 8,1893, son of Henry and Sarah Roth Lerner and attended Massachusetts schools. Lerner had lived in Boston before coming to Kennebunk spending most of his life in Massachusetts. He was the former vice president and director of Concord steel corp., the former director of Hussey manufacturing co., former vice president and director of Smith Iron and steel works and director of the National association of Iron steel and Bronze manufacturers. He was the widower of Alice Fitch Lerner. He was a member of the South congregational Church Kennebunkport and the Kennebunkport menus club. Surviving Are two daughters Alice l. Mills of Brookline mass., and Phyllis e. Mclean of Cincinnati Ohio a brother prof. Samuel Lerner of Pawtucket , a grandson and three granddaughters. Services will be held today at 3 30 At the Bibber funeral Chapel 67 summer St., with the Rev. Robert Howes officiating. Interment will be in Hope cemetery. Eunice Perry Bath a Eunice s. Perry 84, of 31 Crescent St., died saturday at her Home. She was born in new London Conn., nov. 19,1895, daughter of John j. And Anna Erikson Johnson and was educated in new Haven Conn. Mrs. Perry had lived in Bath for Many years and had been employed at the Congress sportswear co. She was a member of the Beacon Street United methodist Church West Bath Grange the Rebekah pythian Sisters Independent order of Odd Fellows the past ladies club the coasters the senior citizens group and the Pocahontas. She is survived by two sons Edward j. Perry of Bath and Paul j. Perry of old Orchard Beach three daughters Anna Burnham of Bath Nellie Hamilton of East Brunswick and Eunice White of Topsham two Sisters Hilda Preney of Bath and Jennie Barrett of Massachusetts grandchildren and21 great grandchildren. Services will be held tuesday at 3 At the David e. Desmond funeral Home 638 High St. Interment will be at Oak Grove cemetery. Calling hours will be held today from 2 to 9 ., at the funeral Home. Marion Walker Saco a Marion e. Walker of Glenhaven Circle died sunday evening at the Webber Hospital Biddeford. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time. They will be announced by the Shumway Gross funeral Home 35 Spring St. Vinalhaven a Jessie e. Lloyd 86, died Friday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Philip Miona Bennett of Vinalhaven after a Long illness. She was born in lower Wood Harbor Nova Scotia dec. 30,1893, daughter of Raymond and i a Hines Smith. Mrs. Lloyd was a member of the Vinalhaven Union Church. She is survived also by two sons Wilfred Lloyd of Vinalhaven and Jerrold Lloyd of Whiteville mass. Two Sisters Regina Crowell of Argyle Nova Scotia and Ethel Nickerson of bar Mills six grandchildren a great granddaughter and nephews and nieces. Private graveside services were held at Cummings cemetery. The Carpenter funeral Home Rockland was in charge of arrangements. Frank Zimmermann Saco a Frank k. Zimmermann 21, of 286 Lincoln St., died sunday night at the Maine medical Center Portland the result of injuries received in an automobile Accident Early sunday morning. He was born in steins Furt Germany dec. 28, 1958, son of Hans Joachim k. And lib Frank Zimmermann and was educated in Saco schools. He was a 1977 graduate of Thornton Academy where he was a member of the Tennis team. Zimmermann was a Sophomore at Rockford in. Rouege Rockford. He is survived by his parents a sister Linda Adams . Army Fuerth Germany and paternal grandmother Marga Zimmermann in West Berlin Germany. Funeral services will be held thursday at la . At the first Parish Church United Church of Christ. Interment win be in Laural Hill cemetery. Calling hours win be held tuesday from 7 to 9 ., and wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 ., at the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St. Lewiston Maine up a the Maine daily lottery number saturday was 105. Cps. Letting him teach you to swim. Tim p. . Pat. rights reserved i los Angeles times Syndicate woman Jorl Ltd the Quot Fine Folk of coming residents of Saco How would you spend �?T1,000,000 the City of Saco intends to submit a pre application with the department of housing and Urban development for funding under the Small cities program of the Community development program. On August 26, and again on september 18, 1980 the Community development advisory committee will conduct two Public hearings. The purpose of the first Public hearing is to solicit Public opinion As to possible activities to be incorporated into the proposed 1981 Community development program. The second Public hearing scheduled for september 18,1980 will focus on the presentation of the proposed 1981 program. First Public hearing tuesday August 26, 1980, 7 00 Conference room 5 Cutts Avenue Saco Maine. Second Public hearing thursday september 18, 1980, 7 00 Conference room 5 Cutts Avenue Saco Maine. Signed City of Saco Community development program 300 main Street Saco Maine 04072 my the technicians at Gloria Stevens Welcome you to their newly renovated Salon. Florists Little Ossipee Florist Margaret Harriman route 5, Limerick. 793-8492. Acme ii steam Way carpet amp upholstery cleaner 24.99 it room i for second room $5.00 for third room this week Only $10.00 each additional room Couch is chair $25.00 free hallway cleaning this week Only congratulations to Gloria Stevens of Biddeford. Your service to your members in your Community is outstand Ding. Our company is made up of people a the Best people and your efforts have certainly shown this to be True. . Mulkey president is steam Way ii carpet amp upholstery cleaner 24 hour answering service 282-2832 often imitated never equated. 5 Points shopping Center Biddeford open Dally 8 .-8 ., saturday 7 283-3625/283-3626 .-1

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