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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Biddeford, Maine Page two Biddeford daily journal Biddeford me. Monday evening june 29, 19.4.1 personal briefs Esdras Brochu 96 Green Street is a patient at notre Dame Hospital. Lewis Fletcher ferry Road Saab is a patient at the Saco Hospital. Miss Pauline Tremblay 257 South Street is spending a two week vacation at Kinney shores. Joseph l. Labrecque 22 Quimby Street is a patient at the new England Baptist Hospital Boston mass. Or. And mrs. Arnold e. Ballard 32 Lucille Street Saco have returned Home after visiting friends in new Haven. Conn., and Salem mass., this weekend. Mrs. Richard Armstrong Saco is spending a two week vacation with her husband staff . Richard Armstrong who is stationed As Oceola wis. Or. And mrs. Armand p. Menard. Hills Beach Are spending a two week vacation visiting in los Angeles Calif., and Mexico. A . Lucien Guay recently returned from Korea is spending a furlough with his family at 63 Temple Street Saco. is the son of or. And mrs. Napoleon Guay of 36 state Street this City. Among the out of town guests attending the Boucher la liberte wedding in this City saturday were mrs. Elia Laliberte Cambridge mass., or. And mrs. Frank Martin Somersworth n. H., or. And mrs. Maurice Menard and family Springfield it. Deaths miss Sarah Lyons old Orchard Beach nurse Dies at 91 miss Sarah a. Lyons r. N., a life Long resident of old Orchard Beach died sunday at an old Orchard Beach rest Home at the age of 91. She was the daughter of John and Mary Googins Lyons. She graduated from old Orchard Beach High school and the Maine general Hospital nursing school in 1890. She practice nursing in several states. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 1 30 p. In. From the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main Street Saco. Welcome to the fold in the churches the prayer Praise and Bible study hour of the Biddeford United Baptist Church will be held tuesday evening at 7 30 in the Sanctuary. Club Calendar the Saco yacht club will meet wednesday evening at 7 30 at the club House. Business Mirror by Sam Dawson new York up a business is getting ready for its usual summer siesta. The question this year is at what level will it Start up again in september a number of important industries will largely close Down during part or All of july for the annual vacations. This practice is spreading through Industry. Each year More plants join the vacation shut Down move. And this year some plants have announced they Are extending the vacation closings for a week rites Are held for Annie Calderwood mrs. Annie Gertrude Calderwood. 292 Elm Street wife of Harry Calderwood died saturday morning at a local Hospital at the age of 70. She was born in Saco the daughter of Edward w. And Annie Hersey Deland. She was a member of the first universalist Church of this City and Active in the Webber Hospital auxiliary. And the Trull Hospital Aid. She is survived by her Hus a a band one son Arnold d., and i three grandchildren. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 p. In. From the Dennett and Craig funeral Home. Saco. The Rev. Richard o. Burns officiated. Interment was in Laurel Hill cemetery. Fife lip a funeral tuesday for mrs. Ernest Robbins mrs. Blanche m. Robbins a life Long resident of this City died Early sunday morning at her Home 515 Pool Street. She was the wife of Ernest h. Rob bins. She was born in this City the daughter of George and Elizabeth Dodge Norwood. She was a member of the South Biddeford methodist Church. Survivors include her husband four daughters mrs. Clarence Hilton and mrs. Earle Rumery both of this City mrs. Charles Gilpatrick jr., Sanford and mrs. Dennis Levesque san Francisco Calif. One brother Charles Norwood this City two sister mrs. Grace Robbins and mrs. Alice Clement both of this City an aunt mrs. Mary Callahan five grandchildren and Sev welcoming today a new residents to the fold on behalf of the journal is Robert Richard Boarder two and one half years old the son of or. And mrs. Armand Boarder 109 Bradbury Street Extension. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Gerard Gosselin. 109 Bradbury Street Extension and or. And mrs. Ulysse Boarder Portland Road Saco. Ideford journal engraving or two longer because new Ord y ers Arentt too abundant a one of j eral nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 p. In. From the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main Street Saco. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. The increasing signs that the Economy May be backing away from the Peak activity of the Long Boom. A a summer slow Down of course does no to go for All industries. Some expect to Boom this summer As never before. These Are the ones that Cater to Amer Ica on the move. Resents shipping airline and Auto industries anticipate their biggest summer. Gasoline dealers Busy at the moment raising prices expect to sell More than Ever before. But while vacation lists Are gadding their Home factories will be idling. The Index of Industrial production is due for a slide. In itself this wont mean too much. The question will be How much it recovers in late August and Early september. Most businessmen Are waiting to see the strength of the fall pick up before making any predictions on whether the Boom has topped out and a mild recession is coming. The Industrial production Index and several other statistical measuring Sticks wont be too indicative this summer for still another reason. For the next two months comparisons with year ago figures will have a much too Rosey Hue. That a because the big steel strike of last summer put Industrial production figures than at an unusually Low summer level. In Many places the strike also lowered retail sales figures. This happened not Only in steel making centers but in other Industrial communities where Lay offs were caused by steel shortages. As a result even with vacations and other summer Type slow Downs Industrial production and retail sales figures May look Good this summer if you merely compare them with last Summers abnormally Low totals and averages. Also Likely to complicate this Summers business picture is the muddied and confusing View of International affairs. Mrs Clyde Griffith funeral services for mrs. Clyde l. Griffith Elm Street Saco who died thursday were held saturday at i p. In. From the Dennett and Craig funeral Home Saco. The Rev. David Howe minister of the Saco United Baptist Church officiated. Interment was in Maple Grove cemetery Mechanic Falls. Mrs mrs. Edith Cook mrs. Edith m. Cook a summer resident of Biddeford Pool died saturday night at a local Hospital. She was born in St. Louis mo., the daughter of Henry h. And Lizzie Allbright Mudd. She is survived by one son. Robert Cook and one daughter Elizabeth Cook. The body has been sent to St. Louis where funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon. She s a trouper Culver City Calif a i Lillian Castle who is 90, is former actress who still lives by the Rule a the show must go mrs. Castle performed on Broadway and in Hollywood silents and talkies. During world War ii she knitted gaps for Alaska stationed gigs and lately has been Selling us defense Bonds. After being honoured for her work by a visit to the White House the Spry lady returned to celebrate her 90th birthday and sell More Bonds. Joseph Bisson or. Funeral services for Joseph Bisson or. Were held this morn ing from . Andre Church with msgr. Aime Giguere the celebrant of the solemn requiem High mass. was assisted by Rev Raoul Fecteau As Deacon and Rev Luke Chabot As sub Deacon. Singing was by the male quartet of the Church and mrs. Laura l. Proulx presided at the Organ. Bearers were members of l Union St. Jean Baptiste. Do Amer ique and included Wilfrid Desnoyers Antonio Jacques Emile Grenier Joseph Vig a Lorenzo Laverriere Robert Ruel. Burial was in the family lot at St. Joseph cemetery with father Fecteau saying prayers at the grave. Attending from out of town were or and mrs. Osias merrier Oprien Mercier or. And mrs Paul Mercier St. Agatha p. Q. Or. And mrs. Louis Mercier pos sequel p. Adonai Bisson. Drummondville. P. mrs. William Gagnon miss Marie Ango Bisson new York City Louis Bisson . Bernard p. Q. Hearing held on new trial for Papalos Portland june 29�? up two witnesses said today that Gardiner wine bottler Herman Sahagian told them he testified falsely in a liquor conspiracy trial Here last september. The witnesses Francis w. Tully jr., of Winchester mass., and John j. Lindsay of the Bangor commercial testified at a Superior court hearing on two motions seeking a new trial for Frederick w. Papalos of Wellesley mass. Papalos a Boston Public relations Man and radio dealer has appealed a 32 to 7 year state prison sentence imposed after his conviction on a bribery conspiracy charges last september. Sahagian was the states Star witness during the trial which stemmed from Maine a 1952 liquor scandal. A jury acquitted former liquor commission chairman Bernard t. Zahn of the same charge. Papalos claims that his Eon action hinged on Sahagian a allegedly false testimony. Tully is a former commentator for Portland radio station wish who later became press Secretary to gov. Christian a. Herter of Massachusetts. Vacation lists Are arriving in n. E. Boston june 29�? Pic the big 1953 push of youth to the Mountain Woodland and seashore resorts of new England moves to its Peak this week. Vacation bound youngsters passed through rail bus and Airport terminals coming from All sections of the country. The bps on amp Maine Railroad estimated 20,000 will be carried Over its lines to Camp areas in new Hampshire Vermont Maine and Massachusetts during the week. Twenty one Sleeper trains will carry Many of the youngsters from Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and new York heaviest loads being expected about mid week. Bobo Rockefeller seizes apartment of estranged mate Surprise illness of Churchill is arousing dismay elderly Premier urged to retire London june 29.�? up a the Surprise illness of prime minister Churchill aroused dismay in much of the British press today and the pro labor daily Mirror urged amp in Winston to retire. The 78-year-old conservative Leader was reported to have accepted cheerfully the orders from his medical advisers to take a Complete rest for at least a month. and lady Churchill were luncheon hosts yesterday to their son in Law and daughter. Or. And mrs. Christopher Soams and lord Beaverbrook publisher of the daily express at their estate near Westerham 25 Miles Southeast of London. Soames said later a sir Winston a condition is not such that it is Likely either to deteriorate or improve from Day to Day. is simply suffering from general fatigue which probably is More mental than the daily Mirror nominally Independent but favouring the labor party a politics declared in a front Page editorial a the owes it to himself to his family and to the country to retire from the premiership. May then still be with us at 88, still holding in our hearts a place of affection he so richly deserves and still benefiting the world with his the London times a supporter of the Churchill government said his service to Britain a must now come from his Iacoi parable experience the sweep of his judgment and his flashes of vision not from detailed application however stimulating to departmental cars damaged in crashes at Saco approximately $85 damage was done to two cars this morning in a collision at the intersection of the Ocean Park Road and main Street in Saco. Cars driven by Raymond Corbeil Hartford conn., and t. I. Bardsley Paw j Tucket r. I., were involved. Corbeil was coming out of the Ocean Park Road and Bardsley was turning off main Street when i the cars came together. About $50 damage was done to the Cor-1 Heil car and $35 damage to the Bardsley vehicle. About $15 damage was done to a car driven by Alma Galipeau of Westbrook when it was in collision Early saturday morning at the Saco drive in with a car Grant the Snow which Falls on it. Etna belongs to the archbishop of Catania and it is show i eled into trenches where it driven by Evans Pendleton of Hollis Center. Because of an ancient Feudal 1 hardens into ice which is sold. A final hours Beautiful in its quiet dignity and eloquent Beauty each funeral service conducted by us is a perfect tribute to a Noble soul. Cosgrove funeral Home in Elm Street dial 4-g021 new York june 29�? up a Barbara Bobo Rockefeller seized her estranged husbands Park Avenue apartment Over the weekend after suddenly arriving Here from an Indiana farm. Westbrook Man appeals Tipsy driving Fine a Westbrook Man appealed a $100 Fine for driving under the influence of liquor when he apr a. I geared in municipal court this with hoi were their 4-year-old morning As the result of an Accident on the Pool Road saturday blonde i afternoon a charge of leaving son and an unidentified Friend. Mrs. Rockefeller a daughter of an immigrant Coal scene an Accident Agama Miner moved into the apartment while her husband Winthrop Rockefeller heir to Standard Oil millions was in Little Rock Ark. She talked briefly last night with newsmen by Telephone indicating she was not impressed by a million Dollar Trust fund being up by Rockefeller for her and then announced she would hold a news conference some time today. The 36-year-old mrs. Rockefeller and the Oil heir were married the same respondent was nol pressed. The respondent Joseph o. Langevin 32, of Westbrook through his attorney Armand Leblanc Westbrook waived examination and pleaded innocent to the charge of driving under the influence. Judge Arthur j. Lesieur imposed the $100 Fine and costs or an alternate sentence of 30 Days in jail. Langevin appealed the conviction and furnished $500 ago. They were estranged shortly after the birth of the son. Winthrop Paul who has since been in the exclusive custody of the Mother. In a is Ryb it it of wedding Aye years bail for his appearance in Superior court. The Accident occurred on the Pool Road near the Westbrook skating rink when Langevine a car collided with one driven by Fernand Armstrong of 219 Pool Road. About $100 damage was done to the Armstrong car. Langevin was headed toward Biddeford Pool and Armstrong was coming toward Biddeford. Also appearing in court this morning was real Boucher 32, of St. Mary Street a taxi Driver Augusta june 29�?i/pi�?the vrho As charge with speeding. Port committee of the greater a a Fine of $10 and costs Portland chamber of Commerce after pleading 6ui w to going 65 stale asked for funds to promote Maine shipping woman tells How to live to be 103 los Angeles june 29�? pm if you want to live to be 103 you should heed this formula never work done to get married be the youngest of nine children so you-11 be spoiled. Miss Jennie Long who celebrated her 103rd birthday yesterday says she has lived so Long because she never worked remained single and was the youngest of nine youngsters. Escapes from Bull a Peoria Ariz a if a mrs. Pauline Walker 30, grabbed a Pitchfork and held off an pm aged Bull until her husband who had been trampled by the animal crawled out of the pen on their ranch Here. Jack t. Walker 32, was treated for broken ribs and a fractured jaw in a Phoenix Hospital. Fined in Saco a a Sanford youth was fined $10 and costs when he appeared in s. Faro municipal court saturday estered vehicle. On charge of driving an Unrug Iii mrs Edward Callahan funeral services for mrs. Edward Callahan. Main Street were held this morning at 8 from St. Joseph Church. Rev. A. E. Lem Elin was the celebrant of the solemn requiem High mass assisted by Rev. Elzear Brouillard As Deacon and Casavant As sub Deacon. Singing was by a male quartet and miss Rose Anna Rathier presided at the Organ. Bearers were Wilfrid Brunelle. Arthur Brunelle. Maurice Beauregard Hugh Mcgarrity. John Sullivan and Eugene Sullivan. Burial was in the family lot at St. Joseph cemetery with father Brouillard saying prayers at the grave. Attending from out of town were John Callahan Galveston tex., mrs Anna Raymond John Brennan Hartford conn., or. And mrs. Hugh Mcgarrity Somerville mass. Stock Market new York june 29�?r pm the Stock Market poked along today with prices mixed and activity Light. Dealings were Small from the Start. A word from Washington i that there would be no vote today on the excess profits tax further reduced trading. Brokers said investors had hoped for a j Quick answer on the question. Firmer groups included the chemicals and televisions. Oils electrical equipments and buildings were mostly lower. Mixed j were the steels rubbers motors distillers utilities rails and coppers. Government Bonds. Were steady. Corporate were mixed. Today asked gov. Cross and the executive Council for $10,000 in state funds to promote use of Maine ports by shippers. Rubber shipments through Portland that started last year have ceased the committee said and it needs funds to convince the Federal general services Agency that rubber shipments there should he resumed. The committee said shipments of Grain canned goods potatoes and Many other commodities might be obtained for Portland or Searsport if More Money could be made available. Cross told the group a there is no question but what the governor and Council Are As anxious to build up the ports of Maine As you Are. However the contingent fund is surrounded by so Many safeguards that this matter will have to be discussed a he suggested that the committee might obtain some financing from potato growers and shippers and the Bangor amp Aroostook Railroad As Well As Ether interests. Miles an hour on the Alfred Road. Joseph e. Duclos 63, of 52 Western Avenue paid costs of court after he was found guilty of driving an a inspected vehicle. Outlook Bright at Bates mfg. Co. New York june 29�? Pic Bates manufacturing co., which makes Cotton fabrics in Maine reported yesterday a six months net income of $1,087,478, equal to 58 cents a common share. Bates president Herman Ruhm jr., said the firm begins its third Quarter a with the Best backlog or orders in several years. Prices except for sheets and Rayon goods Are firm and generally cattle not kept for milking purposes in the United states numbered 56,817,000 in 1953 compared with 52,207,000 in 1952. Town wednesday. To Spray at Beach the Brunswick flying service engaged by old Orchard Beach to Spray the Community in an Effort to eliminate the Mosquito nuisance will make its second flight about the Community wednesday town manager John True was notified today. Residents of the town Are being notified of the flight so they will not become alarmed if they see a Low flying plane about the h Vito Mininni building materials amp Mason supplies n. Y. Educator Dies Cushing. June 29�? Pic Dean emeritus George i. Payne of new York University died yesterday at his Cushing Home. was 75. Or. Payne a Deanship at Nyu extended from 1938 to 1945. Journal ads Are Quot newsy Garden furniture Cement blocks Cement bricks Chimney blocks septic tanks Cement Well pipes waterproofing paint heat form fireplaces basement steel Sash windows Sand amp gravel clean out doors Ash dumps thimbles steel fences Lolly columns fire Brick All types Clay bricks flue lining All Sixes Clay pipes Orangeburg pipe special gravel fill $3 00 Load or 75c per Yard Hunt 546 Elm St., route i Biddeford me., Plant Tel. 4-8581 office 12 round Hui office Tel. 4-6222 Ean up sizzling hot specials extra before the 4th savings on late Spring and Early summer values smashing value All Wool Short Coats All Wool Short Coats reduced to Clear. You la save for those Cool nights ahead. Broken sizes and styles. A value you can to afford to miss. Special Purchase Chenille dusters manufacturers closeout duster length tufted Chenille Short Robes. New fall shades. Use for now or later. Ideal for cottage or Beach. Sizes id to 18. Misses Cotton swing skirts Here a a buy Gay colourful Cotton swing skirts. Four patterns to choose. You la want several for the casual summer season ahead. Broken sizes 22 to 30. Women a Cotton Batiste gowns Cool. Sheer Floral patterned Cotton Batiste gowns. A variety of styles to choose in sizes from 31 to 48. Hurry Down for this terrific value. Values better summer piece goods a a an Inch closeout better summer piece goods co 11 o n Gingham flock Dot sheer lawns crinkle Plasse crepe polished Cottons Broadcloth. Be Early for this value. Summer dresses reduced $2.00 women a shoes reduced $1.00 menus sweaters reduced $4.q0 women a Rayon gowns reduced $1.77 rubber fatigue Mats special $1.00 remnants reduced Bath towels nation wide sheets women a summer shoes reduced summer millinery 81 x 99 reduced special 00c $1.77 $3.77 $1.00 summer shoes All Wool All Wool Short sleeve soft Cotton Cotton Nylon menus suits menus pants boys shirts handkerchiefs work sox misses summer shoes reduced casual Denim plays hoes and smart summer lightweight Flats. Whites naturals blues reds All repriced to Clear. Hurry Down $30.00 $7.77 $1.00 io1 $1.00 3 for $1.00 menus Cotton Check sport shirt $1.88 menus chambray menus Cushion menus leather closeout sport shirts sport shoes sandals menus ties 2 f or $3.00 $3.77 $2.77 $1.80

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