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Biddeford City Edition Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - July 2, 1977, Biddeford, Maine 8�?journal Tribune saturday july 2,1977 piggyback test set for space shuttle Edwards fab Calif. Up a the space shuttle will undergo one More a a piggyback test before its first free flight which has been postponed to aug. 12. Nasa officials had been debating whether to hold More a manned captive tests saying the first two had been successful enough to cancel two still scheduled. At the same time a mechanical problem described As a minor hitch developed and threw off the timetable. The space Agency announced Friday that another captive test with the 75-ton shuttle Riding atop a reinforced 747 jetliner has been scheduled for july 28. About the time the spacecraft was to make its Maiden free flight. The next test will be a dress rehearsal for that Day a and if All goes Well the first free flight will be aug. 12,�?� a Nasa announcement said. When the time comes the 747 carrying the shuttle will go into a Long relatively shallow dive thousands of feet above the Mojave desert Northeast of los Angeles. Explosive bolts holding the two Craft together will be detonated to free the shuttle and two astronauts in its cockpit will guide it on a powerless Glide to a Landing on a dry Lake bed in the desert. The shuttles rocket engines designed to function in airless space Are useless in the Earth a atmosphere. Astronauts Fred Haise and Gordon Fullerton who Rode in the cockpit on the first a manned captive test a there were unmanned tests before that a will return there for the july 28 rehearsal and make the first free flight Nasa said. In the second manned captive test last tuesday the mated planes dubbed a the worlds biggest biplane a climbed to 19,000 feet and reached a Speed of 270 Miles an hour. But a leak developed in an auxiliary Power unit for the control system. The unit had to be replaced postponing the third test scheduled for july 8, and thus bumping Back the Date for the first free flight. The shuttle forerunner of a generation of Quot space trucks designed to Fly Back and Forth from space like airliners is scheduled to make its first rocket launch into orbit in 1979. A parents continued from Page i Friday nights discussion started off with the Issue of abortion touched on drugs and pornography but lingered on the topic of sex education in the schools. In response to mrs. Estabrook s advice a done to think they can teach your child More than you can a one woman said she feels sex education be compulsory. Mrs. Estabrook advised the women to Check into what s being taught. When one woman asked How that could be done. Elaine Vermette said a a that a Why it be in an older woman said she remembered being taught in school about sex. But she said a we weren to taken into the bedroom and told All the and mrs. Estabrook a making allowances for some schools while charging that others Are becoming too a a personal a urged the women to become Active in their schools and form Strong Parent teacher associations. A we can to just leave schooling up to what the schools Are doing a she said. A Ceta jobs continued from Page i sonnet manager says he has received Only five applications for the three jobs a even though he can receive As Many As nine applications for three jobs he says. Since dispatchers duties mainly involve clerical work Beaupre says he is administering City Halls regular personnel examination to test typing and filing skills. He plans to interview the applicants next week he says. The police department has also requested three Ceta paid police officers but no decision has yet been made on that request. Says Beaupre a i Don t know what the status of the application is at this Point. A the space shuttle will ride a 747 Carrier plane piggyback one More time before its first free flight piggyback the free flight Date has been postponed to aug. 12 because a mechanical problem described As a minor hitch developed with the shuttle. Up photo taxes biggest expense the average family contributes 15,328 annually to the government the Commerce department estimates. The majority of that a 35 percent a goes for social Security another 25 percent supports the military and National defense. Education and manpower Commerce and transportation and natural resources and y. Holiday Highway guide Wellesley. Mass up Here s a new England Highway construction report Tor the july 4 weekend As prepared by the Ala Auto and travel club broken Down by state Connecticut generally the major construction projects in Progress which would affect the Holiday weekend traffic have been suspended until wednesday july 6, to allow for smoother travelling wherever possible. Maine 195, Topsham to Gardner now open this new Section adds 20 More Miles to the interstate. Massachusetts the Massachusetts department of Public works issued orders for the july 4 weekend to remove As Many barrels As possible and to open As Many lanes As possible without reducing safety on All construction projects in the state. However because of the heavy traffic flow on a Holiday weekend the remaining effects of construction on the following heavily travelled highways May contribute to additional delays As follows a 1495, North Andover to Lawrence delays northbound May be avoided by taking 193 North to Methuen for Rte. 213 East Back onto 495 delays southbound May be avoided by taking Rte. 213 West to Methuen or 193 South Back to 495. A 195 North Boxford to Salisbury delays Here May be avoid by using . I North of Rte. 128 instead. A 195 South Foxboro to North Attleboro the upgrading project Here definitely requires Speed reductions whether there Are delays otherwise. A Rte. 128 at 195, Canton there May still be delays although the above stated attempts to improve this situation will be made for this weekend. A Rte. A at Bell Circle Revere even if delays Are minimal extra caution is still advised particularly at the Point of merging traffic. A Rte. 3, Plymouth to Bourne slowdowns can be expected extra caution is necessary. A 1195, Seekonk to new Bedford upgrading requires Speed reductions although delays Are not anticipated. Traffic notes a there will be extra police on duty to direct traffic at Sagamore Circle this weekend. A those attending Bostons a walk to the sea Celebration Over the july 4 weekend and All visitors to the City during the three Day period Are advised to avoid driving in the area Between City Hall and the waterfront if possible. The use of Public transportation is strongly urged to Cut Down delays caused by heavy congestion in this area due to expected crowds in excess of 100,000 each Day. New Hampshire work is suspended this weekend on All contracted construction projects in the state to allow free flowing traffic wherever possible. The memorial Bridge Between Portsmouth and Kittery was reopened Friday. Rhode Island a reminder that additional delays May be encountered due to the effects of construction on these highways a 1195 West East Providence Between Broadway ramp and Washington Bridge. A 195, Warwick Between 1295 and Rte 4. A . I Westerly in front of the Franklin Plaza shopping Center. Traffic note according to the Newport police none of the City a streets will be closed during the july 4 weekend when the jazz festival will take place at fort Adams. All motorists in the area will be required to observe the additional posted parking restrictions however and extra police and additional signs will be provided in key areas to facilitate the traffic flow. Vermont 191 North and South construction related obstacles were removed for this weekend so traffic could go straight through without having to use the . 5 Detour. Similar measures were taken on other Vermont highways under construction or repair to minimize delays. The leg Bone s connected to the. Brenda Gagnon. Shirley Turner be in Morrissette and youngsters who sign up As Junior volunteers Are simply try James Letourneau members of the Webber Hospital ing out possible health Field careers. Students take a 10-Junior volunteers watch As Carrie Whittemore . In hour in service course before working in the Hospital produce them to the Hospital resuscitation Model. Many service to people important for wha s Junior volunteers Biddeford High releases 4th ranking period Honor Roll Biddeford a i decided i wanted to be a Junior Volunteer after your director of volunteers mrs Ellen Dutton and your director of nursing. Mrs. Esther Taylor visited my High school a Brenda Gagnon of w Waterboro reported. A after their talk i went to see my guidance Counselor and he suggested i sign up for the summer and then take courses in health at York county Community College services. So that a what i am doing because i really want to try the health Field As a possible career a is. Gagnon said. Brendan a response to the question a Why did you decide to become a Junior Volunteer Quot is typical of the answers Given by Many of the 25 people in Webber s newest class of Junior volunteers who will soon begin be Lomg in departments throughout Webber Hospital and notre Dame unit. For Many of these Young men and women being a Junior Volunteer is their first exposure to health care As a profession and they Are enthusiastic about it. For some like Kevin Morrissette of Biddeford health care delivery runs in the family. His sister is a nurse. For James Letourneau of Biddeford interest was aroused a fro Utah his for tend in with Bernard Fecteau webbers inhalation therapist. Whatever the reason for signing up the group gathered for the first time monday june 27 to being a ten hour education program which concluded Friday. July i. Directed by in education coordinator mrs. By i. Directed by in service Carrie Whittemore. R.n., the training program introduces the students trainers to the strict demands of caring for other people. During the week trainees will also learn about the functions of Hospital departments and their own duties As aides to patients and staff. On july 5, the graduates will being volunteering their time during the summer and after school. As their Volunteer hours accumulate they eventually become eligible for certificates and pins and after 150 hours of service the Young women can Wear the Junior Volunteer Cap patterned after the nurses Caps. Providing a on the jobs supervision for the Junior volunteers Are the nurses physicians technicians and other staff members in the departments and on the surgical units of the Hospital. Direction of the Over All program is handled by mrs. Dutton for Webber Hospital assisted by Volunteer Myra Van Fleet and by sister Jacqi inc Vezina . At the notre Dame unit. According to mrs. Dutton a the Junior volunteers formerly called a Candy stripers Are As important to wha As Are the adult volunteers. We Are especially proud of the fact that we Are beginning to attract More Young men to the program. Service to people is not just a woman a Job a it is most certainly As much As Man s Job and one to be proud of. We always look Forward to having these Young people with us and we know that patients appreciate and enjoy their services and their liveliness. They bring As a Youthful zest that is Good to see. Included in the group at Webber Hospital Are Biddeford a Susan Cote James Letourneau Kevin Morrissette june Roy Saco a Lucille Dube Diane Fletcher Stephanie Fournier Rebecca Gordon Meg Handlin Sheila Hubbard. Carrie Martin Diane Martin Lisa Poirier Lisa Roy Debbie Samson Lisa Tardif Kennebunk a Cathy Gardner Stuart Taylor Kennebunkport a Nancy Berube. Ginny Somers Karen Shields old Orchard Beach a a Judy Ruoss Waterboro a Brenda Gagnon pc Volunteer my at notre Dame unit Are Cheryl Belanger of Biddeford and Shirley Turner of Arundel. Biddeford the Honor Roll for the fourth ranking period at Biddeford High school has been announced. Seniors High honors Bianca Binette Kenneth Crepeau Diane Duquette Diane Faucher Daniel Fecteau Renald Fortin Debra Gregoire Gilles Grenier Michael Katon Yvan Landry Jeanne Lehoux Karen Letourneau. Debra Morin Carmen Roy Kathy Sevigny. And Dean Tourigny. Honors Norman Allaire Joanne Auger Diane Beaupre James Belisle James Bernard Jerome Boucher Guy Champagne Ellen Chenard Stephanie Cochrane Paul Contois Gerard Courtois Denise credit Diane Croteau Norman Daigneault Diane Demers Michael Descoteaux Sandra Doyon Mary Ann Dube Nancy Dube Ann Duranceau Karen Gagne. Dennis Gagnon Ronald Gagnon Ann Gobeil Linda Guay Lee Hevey and Keith Jacques. And Diane Kelley John Kenneally Michael Labbe David Lachance Marc Laflamme John Lamb Marie Leblond Tammy Lefebvre Michelle Lounger Peggy Lowell Valerie mantis David Martel Robyn Mathieu Deborah Mininni and Kathleen Morris. Also Karen Paquet Debra Peck Diane Perreault Mark Perreault Joel Potvin Maureen Redmond Patricia Remillard Carol Richard Norman Roberge Karen Robert Theresa Rousselle Deborah Roy Bernadette Ruel Lorina St. Amand Cathy Sheehan Pamela Small Shawn Staples. Phyllis Stebbins Rachel Sutton and Nancy Turcotte. Juniors High honors Jay Beauchemin. George Beauchesne Marc Cadorette John Conley Linda Elie Russell Gagne Elizabeth Nadeau Claire Provencher Tina Ruel. Juniors honors Raymond Audie Susan Beaudoin Thomas Beaudoin Brenda Boissonneault Donna Boudreau Beverly Brock Mary Ann Caret. Joanne Charland Marc Collette Jeanne Drapeau. Patricia Drapeau Theresa Dumas Cindy Dussault Susan Faucher Lisa Fernandez Roger Gendron James Gregoire Eileen Gross Peter Handley Rachel Hebert Brian Hodge and Susan Jarry. And Bryan Labrecque Debra Lagarde Denise Lamothe Susanne Lariviere Deborah Laverriere Joann Laverriere Charlene Michaud Denis Michaud Brenda Morin Mildred Pelletier Diane Perreault Michael Perreault Paul Perreault Shirley Plante Pamela Reny Daniel Richard Nancy Roberge Michelle Roux Donald Roy Michael St. Onge Michelle Tardif Peter Tebbenhoff and Claire Vigneault. Sophomores High honors Guy Cadorette Julia Dearborn Blaine Gonthier Patricia Gosselin Denise Guillereault Karen Guillereault Sandra Lariviere Rita Litalien Celeste Murray Ann Poisson Diane a Roux David St. Pierre and Bernard Bailiere. Honors Ruth Beaulieu Joanne Boisclair Brenda Bouffard Joseph Butler Arthur Champagne Dennis Charette Joanne Collette Claudette Cyr Joanne Cyr Patricia Dube. Francine Dumas Marline Dumont William Dupuis Pamela Dutremble Kenneth Evans Carol Forcier David Gadbois Lynn Gagne Diane Gagnon Madeleine Goulet and Gary Grover. And Lisa Guay Robert Guillette Linda Hoctor David Hodge Robert Inkel Helen John Donald Labelle Lori Ladderbush Judy Lamontagne Carol la Heureux Patricia Maurice Laura Maxwell Jeanne Minette Cathy Mitchell Glenn Morin Richard Nadeau. Pamela Nanos. Kenneth Ouellette Caroline Paquet John Rivers Michael Roberge Mark Robinson. David Ruel. Keith St. Onge Louise Theriault Michael Turner Michelle Viger and William Zafirson. Freshmen High honors Martin Auger Jean Cadorette Michael Cote Nancy Drapeau Shirley Favreau Guy Lessard Jocelyn Lessard Peggy Montpas and Carol Thivierge. Honors Janice Auger Michae Beaudette Darlene Beaulieu Ros it Bedard Shirley Boucher. Cynthia Boudreau Denise Boarder Johr Bouthillette Tracy Chaplin Claudette Cyr Sandra Cyr France Dentico James Dussault Dan Fecteau Richard Fitzgerald am Janice Frechette and Roland Gendron March Guay Robert Hanson Richar Labrecque Diane Lacourse lloy Lafountain Nancy Landry Ralp Lariviere Robert Laroche Debora Lessard Anne Marie Letourneav David Martin Jacqueline Miretti Michael Montembeau Kathy Modi William Paul Lisa pot Vii Christopher Robinson Rejean ro1 Robert Roy Martha Rumery mar St. Ours Susan St. Pierre and Jeffre Tourigny

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