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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Biddeford, Maine Biddeford Saco journal saturday june 13, 1964 personals Emil Fortier. 27 fall . Bid Deford is a surgical patient Webber Hospital. Arthur Pratt. 20 Harding ., Biddeford. Street commissioner has returned to his Home following surgery Ait notre Dame Hospital. The Rev. Francis velour Naii Orono has visited with his aunt Delia Burke. 37 . Mary s ., Biddeford this past week. Philip. C. Chasse or. Us son of or. And mrs. Philip c. Chasse or. Of 572 Elm ., Biddeford. Is serving aboard the Navy guided missile frigate Macdonough which recently visited new York City. Church notes \ the United Church youth group for Young people from grades 7 through 12, will meet sunday from 4 30 to 6 30 p. M., the United Church of Christ congregational. Biddeford. An evening service 7 o clock will be held sunday the Advent Christian Church Corner of Hill and Chapel streets. Biddeford. Deaths iss Mary Warren Kennebunkport miss Mary a. Warren 84. Died Early his morning a Biddeford Hospital after a Long illness. She was born on Prince Edward Island on july 18, 1879. The Kennebunkport woman was the daughter of James and Margaret Macdonald Warren. Miss Warren attended the Village Baptist Church of Kennebunkport. She is survived by two Sisters mrs. Barbara Hutchins of Kennebunkport and mrs. Myrtle Murphy of Brockton. Mass., several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be monday 2 p. the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer ., Kennebunk. The Rev. Robert Stuart of the Village Baptist Church of Kennebunkport will officiate. Interment will be the fam ill lot in Arundel cemetery. Friends May Call the Chapel sunday afternoon and evening from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Off to a warm Day mostly Cloudy with occasion al Brief sprinkles and mild to night. Lowest temperatures near 60. Sunday becoming partly Cloudy very warm and humid with scattered showers and thundershowers principally in the afternoon. An evangelistic service will be held sunday 7 30 p. Faith Tabernacle pentecostal Church Corner of Atlantic Avenue and third Street old Orchard Beach. A youth service is conducted each sunday 6 25 p. An evening service will be eld sunday 7 30 p. M., by the first Assembly of god Church the Ashepa Home. 22 pleasant Street Saco. A training Union will be held sunday 6 p. M., and an eve Ning worship service 7 p. M., tomorrow the Bible Baptist Church. 144 ferry Road. Saco. An evening service 7 will be held sunday the Advent Christ Ian Church. Route 35, Kennebunk and friends attending were or funerals the weather june tides Daylight time High . . June 13 1 52 2 36 june 14 2 48 3 3fi june 15 3 49 4 37 Low . . 8 19 8 33 9 15 9 34 10 14 10 37 Charles Poitras funeral services for Charles Poitras of 5 Liberty ave., Biddeford were held this morning 8 30 from . Joseph s Church. A solemn High mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Norman Carrier assisted by Art exhibit is set Beach old Orchard Beach paintings by students of mrs. Adrienne Binette of the Stone Art studio. 21 Murphy ave., Stone House Village will be on display during the studios Lith Art exhibit to be held sunday from 2 to 4 p. Weather permitting the paintings will be Hung outdoors on the Fence in Trees and in the japanese Garden according to mrs. Binette who announced friends and relatives of the students and the general Public will be Welcome. Refreshments will be served and hostesses will be students Rev. Sylvio Levesque As Lea con and Rev. Marc Franck As iss Marilyn Harvey and miss sub Deacon. Singing was by members of . Joseph s choir with mrs. Diane Frechette As organist. Bearers were George Trottier Alec Bineau Joseph p. Loran Ger and Henri Renouf. Burial took place in the family lot in the . Theresa Section of . Joseph cemetery with committal prayers recited by father Carrier. Among out of town relatives lower Village. The youth fellow ship group of the Church will meet sunday 6 15 p. An evening worship service will take place sunday 7 p. M., the Advent Christian Church Saco Avenue. Old Orchard Beach. The Christ ambassadors group of the first Assembly of god Church will meet sunday 6 30 p. the Ashepa Home 22 pleasant Street Saco. The youth Fellowship of the Kennebunk Landing free Christ car Union 60ciety will meet sunday 6 . An evening worship service will be conducted sunday r-.30 the Kennebunk Landing free Christian Union society. The methodist youth Fellowship of the West Kennebunk methodist Church will meet sunday 3 p. The Baptist youth Fellowship of the Ogunquit Baptist Church will meet sunday 6 p. the Church. Junior beacons for Christ first to fifth grades will meet sunday 6 p. the Lyman first Baptist Church goodwins Mills. The Junior senior Baptist youth Fellowship of the Church will meet 6 15 p a. On sunday. An evening worship service will be held sunday 7 30 in the Lyman first Baptist Church goodwins evening services the salvation army Headquarters 91 Union Avenue old or Chard Beach Are held each week and include an open air meeting 7 p. And a salvation meeting 7 30 p. the full gospel Church route 9-a, just off route 109. Wells a Young people s service will be held sunday 6 30 p. M., and an evening worship service 7 30 p. Hue methodist youth Fellowship of South Biddeford methodist Church will meet sunday 6 30. Lilliam Marie Lawrence mass., or. And mrs. Alfred Poitras Lawrence mass., edmo n d Poitras Waterbury Conn., miss Claire Poitras Lawrence mass., or. And mrs. Emile Poitras and Gerard Southbridge mass., or. And mrs. Andrew Poitras Lowell. Mass., or. And mrs. Noel Poitras Plainville Conn., mrs. Louise Levasseur and m r s. Celina Brooker both of Forestville Conn., or. And m r s. Edmund Parent or. And mrs. Joseph Pelletier mrs. Eleanore Parent or. And mrs. Adelard Cadrin and Roger and Cecile Casein All of Lewiston. The methodist youth Fellowship of the Foss Street methodist Church will meet tomorrow 6 30. The Junior High Baptist youth Fellowship of the Saco United Baptist Church will meet sunday 6 p. The youth Fellowship of that goodwins Mills Advent Christian Church will meet sunday 7 p. Friar Francis funeral services for Friar Francis Andre oar on o. F. A. Were held 9 this morning from . Francis College Chapel. Solemn requiem High mass was celebrated by very Rev. Clarence Laplante. O.f.m., College president assisted toy Rev. Donald Nicknair. O. F. A. College Dean As Deacon and Rev. Regis Marie couture. O. F. A missionary to Peru As sub Deacon. Other were for. Benard Ohar Leboria o. F. A Montreal. Canada for. Fidele Laferte. O. F. M., for. Rustia deme o. F. A. And for. Bona venture . Laurent o. F. organist was Rev. Matthew Aulbert. O. F. M., and singing was by members of the franciscan Community under die direction of Rev. Oscar i a a a 0. F. Interment was in . Francis cemetery on the College grounds with father Laplante reciting committal prayers die grave. Bearers were for. Odoric Gauvin 0. F. M., for. Gregoire Cormier 0. F. M., Aroostook. N. B. For. Joseiph Antoine Labbe 0. F. A. Tools rivieras. Canada for. Emilien Bourque. 0. F. M., Montreal Canada for. Philippe Poitras 0. F. M., Longueuil Canada and for. Vianney deschatelets 0. F. A. Sorel. Canada. Attending from out of town were Rev. Etienne Janelle 0 f. A. Troys rivieras Canada Rev. Hii gues a. Beauregard. 0. F. A. Montreal Canada Rev Aldee Cote 0. F. M., Sorel Canada Rev. Justinien Feriand 0. F. A. Sorel Canada and Rev. Olaver Bisaillon 0. F. A Longueuil Canada. Also or. And mrs. Henri Caron. Peabody mass or. And mrs. Arthur Caron miss Rose Caron or. And mrs. Arthur la Pointe or. And mrs. Edmond e. Bouchard and or. And mrs. Ronald p. Deschenes All of Salem mass. Gloria Harvey. Mrs. Ruth Kelly will be in charge of the punch bowl and miss Barbara Mcvicker will circulate the guest Book. Awards for perfect attendance from last september to the present time will be presented to miss Mcvicker and miss Marilyn Harvey. Two popu a vote awards one in the children s class and in the adult class will be 4 p. By mrs. Binette. Coloured slides of student activities will be shown which will include lectures the Portland museum of Fine Art and York Institute museum Saco. As Well As several others. Mrs. Binette announced children s summer classes will Start june 24 for 10 weeks with sketching and painting beaches and Parks and picnic lunches while adult classes for the same period will Start june 27 with transportation to suitable locations furnished. Sunday s exhibit will feature the work of mrs. Kelly mrs. Lillian Latno miss Debra Holt miss Marilyn Harvey miss Mcvicker and Leonard Lebrun All of old Orchard Beach mrs Gertrude Blanchette mrs. Florence Bouchard Arthur Hooper and miss Donna Lunder All of Saco. And Roger Gobeil of Biddeford mrs. John j. Moynihan photo by Valliere s studio Diane m. Gagne made Bride of John Moynihan Kennebunkport baskets of White Flowers decorated the altar of . Martha s Chapel this morning for the wedding of miss Diane Marie Gagne. Daughter of or. And mrs. Donat. Gagne 31 Penwood drive Kennebunk and John Joseph two Biddeford women treated after Accident two Biddeford women were treated the Webber Hospital after a single car crash last night on Guinea Road. Biddeford. Paulette Martin 17, of 16 Simard ave. And Madeleine a Church women have Spring Tea Spring Flowers composed the Centrepiece the women s Fellowship of the United Church of Christ Biddeford Spring Tea Given yesterday afternoon  the Home of mrs. Arthur f. Maxwell fortunes rocks. Hostesses were mrs. Carleton f. Davis mrs. Maurice c. E. Roux mrs. Horace s. Nichols and mrs. Alfred Stembridge. Mrs. Reginald Mcadoo and mrs. Earle l. Atwood circulated the guest Book. The Tea committee headed by mrs. William d. Beety include mrs. Joseph a. Haley mrs. Albert Warden mrs. Clayton w. Cartmill and mrs. Warren Libby. Mrs. Robert Montgomery mrs. Raynald Painchaud mrs. Archie Maxwell mrs. Wayne b. Hutchins mrs. Paul Lar Rabee and mrs. Norman p. Lundy served while mrs. David Shaw mrs. J. Burton stride mrs. Orville Pollard mrs. Albion m. Benton mrs. Harold j. Staples and mrs. Claude h. Faulkner poured. Those attending the Tea included mrs. Beety mrs. Haley mrs. Worden mrs. Libby mrs. Donald Mckenney mrs. Alfred Stimpson mrs. R. R. Mcadoo mrs. Roux m r s. Stembridge mrs. Nichols mrs. Burton s. De frees mrs. Cart Mill mrs Atwood mrs. Lundy mrs. Shaw mrs. Montgomery mrs. John Moeckel mrs. Carle ton f. Foss. Mrs. Staples mrs Chris f. Johnson mrs. Alfred s. Bradford mrs. Annie Phillips mrs. Clinton Underwood mrs. John Authier mrs. Francis p. Dow mrs. Charles Gil Patric jr., mrs. Mabel Emery mrs. Catherine Curtis mrs. Ronald Michie mrs. Faulkner mrs. Fernand a. Cadorette mrs. Rene Roy mrs. Frances Blais mrs. Arthur Harmon mrs. Clarence e. Craig mrs. Clarence Holt mrs. Donald Fraser mrs. Painchaud mrs. Maxwell mrs. Larrabee mrs. J. E. Berry mrs. Florence r. Small mrs. John Sheehan jr., mrs. Roland a. Rioux m r s. Richard Gradone and m r s. Gilbert Harrison or. Kennebunk mrs. In Munu cas1ien dial cd 5-2174 Moynihan son of or. And mrs Chon 28, of 13 Pool . Were John f. Moynihan Belmont treated and released by or. Wil . Liam b. O Sullivan. Rev. John s. Munroe officiated the double ring ceremony. Organist was mrs. Eleanore Adams of Kennebunk and violinist was Don huot. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a while silk police report the vehicle believed to be operated by Robert a. Guignard 19, of 43 Pike ., Biddeford went out of control striking a mail Box two fences a guard rail and a Telephone pole in front of the prop old Orchard Beach mrs. Clement p. Wight dial we 4-2015 face Peau do some with floating erty owned by Linwood c Thomas of 17 Guinea Road. The Accident is still under investigation by the Biddeford police. Officers Albert Elwell and Raymond Langevin investigated the scene. Also mrs. W. Lloyd Walker mrs. Alfred Hall mrs. Lewis Lachance mrs. Elizabeth Garland mrs. Hazel Kennett mrs. A. F. Mcclanahan Hazel a. Gardner Goldie m. Gardner mrs. Charles Droggitis mrs. Chris Throumoulos. Mrs. Chester c. Pease mrs. Mildred Coleman mrs. Anne Ches Ley miss Marion Lowell Margaret b. Freeman mrs. Walter r. Cole mrs. Edith Diehl mrs. H. Willis Day sr., mrs. C. W. Emmons Jane Yarnall mrs. Pollard mrs. Dan Chamberlain jr., mrs. Vernon Littlefield mrs. Stanley Bennett mrs. Charles fur mrs. Thomas w. Mars West Kennebunk drove her guest miss Helen Sherrock to Boston where they were joined by a Nephew of miss Sherrock. After lunch they went to West Barnstable mass. And mrs. Mars spent several Days in Boston. She visited her Friend miss Kathryn s. Quinlan who is a multiple sclerosis patient the Boston Home for incurable she also called . Mary s Convent of notre Dame Lawrence mass. Where she visited with her Niece sister Rose Paula. Mrs. Mars has now returned to her Home West Kennebunk. The misses Leta Downing Betsy Hall and mrs. Judy Dresser Campbell childhood friends of miss Gracia Seekins honoured miss Seekins with a luncheon on thursday in Honor of her approaching marriage the Home of or. And mrs a. Robert Downing summer Street. Miss Seekins was presented with Misc Leanous household gifts. Richard b. Smith son of mrs. Donald Smith summer Street graduated from Hebron Academy and will enter the University of Maine in the fall As a freshman. He will be employed for the summer vacation the b. F. Emery co., summer Street. John Stahl Kenneth and Mark Cuneo and David Tib debts All students Hebron Academy have returned to their respective Homes for the summer vacation. Schools in Kennebunk and Kennebunkport closed Friday for the summer vacation. Schools will reopen in the fall on sept. 9. Weekend guests the Brown Street Home of or. And mrs. Leslie p. Graffam were their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Elwyn Graffam of Newington Conn also their granddaughter and family or. And mrs. George Difronzo with their daughter Dorothy Blaze fought Arundel Golf course site Arundel Biddeford firefighters aided Arundel Kennebunk Kennebunkport. Goodwins Mills and state of Maine forestry units in fighting a 12-acre Woods Blaze off the Brimstone Road. The land was being cleared for a Golf course and several wooded areas Between the fairways provided the Blaze with thick wooded material. Firemen pumped water from several Small water holes in the area but had to return to tank trucks to enlarge water supplies in combating the fire. Owner Lucien Bourque said that he was working on the land measuring for his water lines when he heard a noise in the Woods and looking up saw the fire. He ran Back some distance and brought a nearby Bulldozer up trying to cover the fire with dirt and make a firewall but found the shifting wind kept the fire moving and he could not control . Bourque after trying several minutes to subdue the Blaze then ran one half mile to where he had parked his car to Call Aid from the fire department. Firefighters spent until late last night wetting Down the area to keep the fire from starting up again. Missing youth is found Kennebunk Kennebunk a boy was missing for several hours yesterday before being found by Kennebunk police late l the afternoon. Brice Young of Amesbury mass., wandered off with Small friends and was found playing with them Kennebunk Beach after some searching by parents and police. The senior High youth Fellowship of the Saco United Baptist Church will meet tomorrow 6 p. Ban on out of town guests of mrs. Mary Jane . Germain of 73 Ocean ave. To attend the graduation of her daughter Carolyn Ruth Germain from old Orchard Beach High school were or. And mrs. Bertrand . Germain and family of Millinocket or. And mrs. Wesley Bates and family of Augusta miss Marlene Cote of Augusta miss Elizabeth . Germain of . Mary s school of nursing Lewiston and miss Lorraine Smith of Saco. Howard and Gordon Doe sons of or. And mrs. Richard Doe of Colby ave., Ocean Park left last night on the . Tills for two weeks cruise to Newport r. I., and new York As the first assignment since joining the Navy. A special meeting of mini Wanca chapter order of the Eastern Star will be held monday june 15 7 30 . Robinson memorial masonic Hall. There will be initiation of candidates for which the meeting was called by worthy a Iron mrs. Helen Smith. Members of the order of the Eastern Star May attend. Richard Randall son of or and mrs. Robert r. Randall of fort Hill Avenue and William Yates son of mrs. Stella m. Yates of school ., delegates to boys state Are leaving tomorrow for the University of Maine Orono. Or. And mrs. Randall Are taking them to Orono. Detachable train both trimmed with al econ lace imported illusion White veil and carried a White Orchid surrounded by roses and Stepha Notis in Cascade form. Mrs. Janet l. Bolduc sister of the Bride served As Matron of Honor and wore a Light Pink Sheath floor length gown of silk taffeta with detachable train continued trom i one trimmed with Orchid and car honeymoon that would fade ried a Cascade bouquet of Pinki i Mink the honeymoon is sweetheart roses with an Orchid Over now Erhard said. We Jane of Hartford Conn. Church youth attend party Camp Ellis the methodist youth Fellowship of the Washington Avenue methodist Church old Orchard Beach closed the season Friday evening with a Beach party from 7 to 11 . Camp Ellis. Games baseball a Bonfire hot dogs and a final meeting and,.t. To election of officers were the pro Ber mrs. Ossian Johnson mrs. Gram for the Evenn Roy Watson mrs Hilton Jame officers elected were Russell son miss Amy Thompson mrs. Huntress president Timmy tic Warren c. Thompson mrs. Kervi pres Denti Ruth Randall political advertisement Bruce for state Senate signed William h. Bruce special cold Waves Lucienne s Beauty Salon 12 Bradley . 4-6201 Saco Charles Thomas r. E. Erhard continued from hag Onel Tion groups declared they will March daily. A drama took place in this the nation s oldest City. Friday night. As a first act about 250 negroes marched downtown and held a prayer service in the old slave Market. A handful of Whites watched quietly. Less than two hours later More than 300 Whites marched 25 blocks through the negro Section of town. Their leaders Bubba Manucy and Dixon Stanford proclaimed was not a Kun flux klan group but Only White segregationists. A Force of 200 Hel meted policemen accompanied both of the marches. Three traffic accidents Are listed in Saco a Rook flew Uip and broke the Windshield of a vehicle belonging to Urbain 0. Menard 43, of 19 Simard ave., Biddeford late yesterday afternoon. Saco police stated that Menard was driving on North Street near the intersection of the Sha Agee Road when the Accident occurred. Damage to the Windshield was estimated $85. Ronald e. Rice. 19, of the Hearn Road Saco reported to Saco police that As he was heading West on main Street last might a vehicle believed to be a Green Nash approached from the opposite direction. Rice stated the approaching vehicle was almost All the Way Over on the wrong Side of the Street. As he pulled to the right Rice stated that the second vehicle damage to the Bineau vehicle made Contact with the left rear was estimated $50. In the Center. She wore a Matching veil Over a Flower. Bridesmaids were Madlyn press and Lorraine Colbard both friends of the Bride. They wore Matching mint Green Sheath floor length gowns of silk taffeta trimmed with Olive Green and detachable train and Matching veil Over a Flower. They carried Cascade bouquets of Pink sweetheart roses. Ann Marie Moynihan sister of the Groom served As a Junior bridesmaid. She wore a Green silk taffeta floor length gown with Matching headband and carried a colonial bouquet of White carnations and Pink Sweet heart roses. Kenneth Moynihan brother of the Groom served As Best Man. Ushers were Donald Gagne brother of the Bride Bob Moynihan and Wayne Moynihan both Brothers of the Groom and Armand Bolduc brother in Law of the Bride. Following the wedding ceremony a reception was held the Shawmut inn with 200 guests in attendance including friends and relatives from Lawrence mass., and Belmont . Miss Barbara Jane Gagne was in charge of the guest Book and gift display while servers were Paul Moynihan and Daniel Moynihan Brothers of the Groom. For her daughter s wedding Hutchins mrs. Jackson mrs. Paraday mrs. Davis mrs. Paul Tate mrs. Arline Johnson mrs. Stride and mrs. Benton. Two have reached the state of marriage but based on Trust on Johnson declared there can be to lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United in peace and but he said the United states and her allies shall work to open new avenues of Trade and we shall work to build new Bridges of ideas toward the East to improve relations to Lessen tension to enhance the prospects of All of us living in this world with As for the soviet East German treaty Erhard said there is nothing alarming in but he asked for vigilance and reconfirmation of the Western position. A communique issued the White House by Johnson and Erhard Friday gave this reconfirmation in unmistakable terms. The treaty said does not affect the rights of the three Western Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and the communique also held so Viet Russia solely responsible for the consequences of any tempt interference with Allied rights that might result from implementation of the new though this was firm Lan Secretary and Linda bean treasurer. Timmy Tucker paid a tribute to Rev. And mrs. Gilbert Sirotti who Are leaving and on behalf of the . Presented a gift to them. Present the parly were Rev. And mrs. Sirotti. Ricky . Timmy Tucker. Susan Hamilton continued from Page one j6e with r r in Saco democrats will have a Joli Unda b n Chance to choose Between Ken Robinson Ruth Barker Stephen Neth m. Curtis of Cape Eliza of n Boudreau and four Beth and Henry j. Desmarais 1 of Sanford for the nomination As first District congressional candidate in november. The senatorial race won attract guests. Russell Huntress was reported taken to the Hospital yesterday. Seven continued rum pare one of being on the ballot next november for the former and the Belmont High school. Belmont mrs. Gagne wore a Pink mauve Guage american and German lace dress with Pink mauve Pic diplomats said they do not sex Ture hat and a Corsage of White pet Moscow to use the treaty orchids. Mrs. Moynihan Mother As a pretext to new trouble in or of the Groom wore a Blue Berlin lace dress with Matching Pic lure hat and a Corsage of White orchids. The Bride graduated f r o m . And Albany business College Albany . She has been employed As Secretary in the office of atly. Chester d. Cram jr., 21 main ., Kennebunk. The Groom graduated from sacred heart High school laconic . And the University 6f new Hampshire with a . Degree in forestry. He is a lieutenant in the . Air Force in flight training. For travelling to an undisclosed destination the Bride wore a Pink silk dross with Pink silk of his car and failed to Stop. The Accident is under investigation Camp Ellis was the scene of a collision yesterday. Accord ing to Saco police Arthur v Rapisardi 60, of Cape Eliza Beth was proceeding East on Eastern Avenue when he collided with a vehicle driven by Raymond p. Bineau 20, of 74 Washington ., Biddeford the intersection of North Avenue. Damage to the Rapisardi vehicle was estimated $75. Mechanical from Paar e Allied Hampshire is the first shoe Industry in the United states to use uni vac. The master mind behind the duration in Saco is Michael Pouliot a Sanford resident who expects to make Saco his Home in the near future. After graduating Fri n the plus school of business in Portland he took an ism training course in Boston six years ago. He has been employed Allied for the past three years. He not Only is responsible for the uni vac but alter sees Democrat Lloyd p. Lafountain and George s. Hutchins jr., Republican As the Only candidates the contest for sheriff has a two Way race for the democrats with George c. Dutille of Saco opposing incumbent Richard d. Dutremble of Biddeford while the republicans feature Paul a. Deshaies of Biddeford William e. Knox of York and d. Kerwin Twomey of Biddeford in the Field All seeking the nomination. Each Side has a Multi candidate race or county commissioner. Alfred Gagne of Biddeford Carroll m. Linnekin of Limington. Willis a. Lord of Waterboro and Samuel Serpico of Biddeford All seek the Republican nod while on the Oiler ballot five democrats Are in the Field. They Are Theodore j. Chou cute of Biddeford Lucien a. Dutremble of Biddeford the incumbent Frank m. Jones of Saco Alphee Lam Bert of Biddeford and Lorenzo j Pelletier of Sanford. Seven democrats Are out for the three representatives to a place on the ballot legislature. Listed Are Clement the fall state election. Head journal want ads much attention until fall with party members coming through with loyalty votes in the primaries. The contest Between incumbent u. S. Sen. Edmund s. Muskie and u. S. Rep. Clifford g. Mcintire is expected to be a hotly fought Battle Between two experienced legislators in the november election. Incumbent u. S. Rep. Stanley r. Tupper seems Likely to get a Good vote from Saco republicans. A  on the democratic Side there Are three candidates for an equal number of seats in the state Senate. They Are Armand Duquette Biddeford Philip l. Jutras Wells and Raymond j. Letourneau Sanford. The republicans will choose three from the following slate William h. Bruce Buxton Rev. G. Stephen Johnston old Orchard Beach incumbent Ralph m. Lovell Sanford and Elmont s. Tyndale Kennebunkport. For the office of sheriff the Republican party lists three candidates Paul a. Deshaies Biddeford William e. Knox York and d. Kerwin Twomey Biddeford. There will be no contest monday Between the present county attorney Lloyd Lafoun Tain Biddeford and his political opponent atty. George s. Hutchins jr., of York. The republicans have four candidates for county commissioner Alfred Gagne Biddeford Carroll m. Linnekin Limington Willis a. Lord Waterboro and Samuel Serpico Biddeford. Party enrolment is still possible on election Day though new voters May not Register unless their 21st birthday Falls on election Day. Saco s Public rolling places Are. Ward 1, Sweetser school Ward 2, City Hall Ward 3, Fairfield school Ward 4, Fairfield school Ward 5, Sweetser school Ward 6, recreation Hall and Ward 7, cite Hall. Complete selection of Bride bridesmaids and formal gowns Complete accessories sales & rentals Mariam s a a a 64 Alfred Street 4-4066 special $5.00 cold wave Complete others $6.00 and up Lucienne s Beauty Salon 12 Bradley ., Saco 284-6201 your and furniture the Safe Way r Dur clean Flower fresh cleaning no soaking no scrubbing no upset House colors come alive fiber revive. Dry in a few hours. Far free quotation Phona 4-6361 9 Lindale ave., Biddeford Spring cleaning the easy Way use Coin operated dry cleaning White Star bring your clothe in we do the cleaning pick them up later White Star laundry 38 Prospect ., Biddeford 281-8141 flowered overcoat Black acres does the programming himself sories and Orchid Corsage. Fol lowing their return the couple Saco dump fire will reside in Arizona where engine 2 with 10 men and the he will be stationed with the service truck with a portable . Air Force. Pump were called to Hie City i. I in dump on the Foss Road in Saco Deschambault Auguste j dual 348 yesterday afternoon Mont Armand Fecteau Alfred firemen used 550 feet of 1% Lantagne Napoleon l. Nadeau in to and m feet of 2y2 Inch Romeo Sevigny and Plato to extinguish the Blaze. The Nim i. Men returned to the station the republicans have a Vacan-7.45 pm the Blaze was con. By with Only two candidates for a fined to the dump with no dam the three seals. Kilwani a a,0 to he slu.r0uniing area re i 1 to and John l1. Villus ii ported political advertisement political advertisement your vote will be appreciated Clement Deschambault for rep. To the legislature monday june 15 signed Csc meet Deschambault

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