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Biddeford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Biddeford, Maine Forecast rain it a o Kasandra Lam 8, Shapleigh school weather watch Maine Southwest Interior Southwest coast tonight rain and fog. Low in the mid 40s. South to Southwest wind 10 to 15 Mph. Chance of precipitation near Ico percent. Wednesday rain and fog. High near 50. Chance of precipitation near 100 percent. Marine tonight South to Southwest winds 20 to 30 knots with higher gusts. Seas 4 to 8 feet visibility below one mile in rain and fog. Wednesday winds Southwest changing to West in the afternoon 15 to 25 knots. Seas 3 to 5 feet visibility less than 1 mile improving with wind shift. . A Kennebunk a Wells a Southwest coast extended Chance of flurries North and fair South thursday. Fair Friday. A Chance of flurries North and fair South saturday. Highs in the 30s North and in the upper 30s and 40s South. Lows in the upper teens to mid 20s. A Muf this weather satellite photograph taken at 5 . Today shows rain heading toward Maine. National temperatures i i Albany,. 62 49 Albuquerque 66 43 Amarillo 78 39 Anchorage 50 26 Asheville 62 44 Atlanta 72 56 Atlantic City 62 46 Austin 73 69 Baltimore 64 47 Billings 43 19 Birmingham 75 58 Bismarck 47 24 Boise 63 38 Boston 60 46 Brownsville 83 73 Buffalo 61 43 Burlington. 50 37 Casper 44 23 Charleston,. 65 64 Charleston w a. 74 53 Charlotte no 68 51 Cheyenne 41 26 Chicago 56 39 Cincinnati 68 53 Cleveland 65 47 . 73 55 Columbus Ohio 66 54 Concord, 59 40 Dallas it Worth 72 58 Dayton 65 52 Denver 50 30 Des Moines 56 37 Detroit 63 45 Duluth 37 24 Omaha 53 36 to paso 79 51 Orlando la 62 Evansville 68 55 Philadelphia 63 45 Fairbanks 49 26 Phoenix 86 64 Fargo 48 28 Pittsburgh 66 51 Flagstaff 60 in Portland Maine 56 40 grand rapids great Falls 62 44 Portland Ore. 63 43 33 13 Providence 59 46 Greensboro c 66 45 Raleigh rapid City 66 51 Hartford 62 43 51 31 Helena 40 20 Reno 70 37 Honolulu 84 69 Richmond 66 50 Houston 76 70 Sacramento la 48 Indianapolis 68 51 St Louis by 53 Jackson miss. 80 62 Salt Lake City 62 38 Jacksonville 74 59 san Antonio 73 69 Juneau 51 in san Diego 68 56 Kansas City 61 42 san Francisco 74 53 Las vegas 83 56 san Juan a r 85 75 Little Rock 66 57 Santa be 61 35 los Angeles Louisville 76 60 St Ste Marie 35 31 72 56 Seattle 57 41 Lubbock 82 40 Shreveport Sioux Falls 78 by Memphis 70 64 60 30 Miami Beach 77 71 Spokane 58 38 Midland Odessa 86 50 Syracuse 62 46 Milwaukee 59 35 Tampa St per Sig 81 66 mils St Paul 59 31 Topeka 61 43 Nashville 75 61 Tucson 79 51 new Orleans 76 62 Tulsa 70 54 new York City 62 48 Washington do 66 52 Norfolk a. 64 49 Wichita 73 47 North Platte 54 31 Wilkes Barre 61 48 Oklahoma City 70 48 Wilmington Del 63 45 National weather the acc weather forecast for noon wednesday april 11. Linos show High temperatures cold Wark stationary it 990 Vocu Wenorn inc pressure 0 q �3 e Utah Low Smo news rain storms curries Snow ice surely a a Ca a o it la it Cloudy Cloudy it a a a oat my Purvu Mph canal april 10 High tides Low tides am it pm it am it pm it olo Orchard Beach 12 23 9.0 6 05 -0.1 6 14 0.6 Kennebunkport .12 13 9.2 12 39 8.7 6 27 -0.1 6 36 0.6 april 11 High tides Low tides am it pm it am it pm it olo Orchard Beach. .12 29 9.5 12 57 8.8 6 41 0.0 6 46 0.8 Kennebunkport. .12 45 9.2 1 13 it 8.6 7 03 0.0 7 08 0.8 Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset . . . . To 5 07 6 20 8 20 4 55 la 5 05 6 20 8 20 4 55 12 5 04 6 21 9 23 4 55 13 5 02 6 22 8 20 5 19 14 5 00 6 23 11 19 7 46 the almanac today is tuesday april 10, the 100th Day of 1990. There Are 265 Days left in the year. Today a highlight in history on april 10, 1925, the novel a the great gatsby Quot f. Scott Fitzgerald a poignant evocation of empty materialism shattered illusion and failed Romance during the jazz age was first published by Scribner a of new York on this Date in 1847, american Newspaperman Joseph pulitzer was born in Mako Hungary. In 1866, the american society for the prevention of cruelty to animals was incorporated. In 1880, Frances Perkins the first woman to serve on a president s Cabinet As Franklin d. Roosevelt s Secretary of labor was born in Boston. In 1978, Arkady Shevchenko a High ranking soviet citizen employed by the United nations sought political Asylum in the United states. Obituaries Edna Hutchins Lee Kennebunk graduate new York City Edna Hutchins Lee 47, of new York City and formerly of Kennebunk Maine died Friday at Beth Israel Hospital after a Long illness. She was bom in Biddeford Maine on Jan. 24, 1943, the daughter of Robert and Jeanne Roberts Hutchins and graduated from Kennebunk High school. Surviving Are her parents of Kennebunk three sons Robert Lee. David Lee and Corey Lee All of new York City a brother Richard Hutchins of Kalispell Mont. And a sister mrs. Malcolm Emma mor Grage of Wells Maine. A graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family in Hope cemetery Kennebunk. Arrangements Are by Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St., Kennebunk. Harold Taylor 64, retired Salesman Limerick Harold v. Taylor 64, of Bear Hill Road died unexpectedly monday at Maine medical Center Portland. He was bom in Rochester ., on june 18, 1925, a son of Arthur and Lucy Clayton Taylor. He graduated from Brighton High school Rochester and attended the University of Rochester. He lived in the Beverly and Salem mass., area before moving from Rochester to Sanford in 1987 Taylor was a retired Salesman for British Petroleum America. Survivors include his wife Eleanor Wilcox Taylor a son Kent Taylor both of Limerick a daughter Darlene Hottel Taylor of Beverly a Stepson Charles w. Webb of Sacramento Calif. Two Brothers Frank of Escondido Calif., and Arthur of Rochester three Sisters Edna Dieterle and Mildred Mcleery both of Jay ., and Marjorie Ruggles of Leesburg Fla. And three grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 2 . Thursday at Dockendorff funeral Home route 5. Judith Smith 53, operated Art gallery Rochester . Judith Smith 53, of 141 Rochester Hill died saturday at Maine medical Center Portland Maine after a Long illness. She was born in Jamaica ., on sept. 22, 1936, a daughter of Fred a. And Evelyn Wilson Kappeler and Toumala Thune Alfred Street Box 627, Biddeford Maine 04005 uses oos of volume 107, no 85 published daily except sundays and holidays mail rates payable in Advance 13 weeks $35.00 26 weeks $70.00 52 weeks $140.00 Carrier rates 13 weeks $25 35 26 weeks $50.70 52 weeks $101.40 motor route rates 13 weeks $26.65 26 weeks $53.30 52 weeks $106.60 second class postage paid at Biddeford Maine 04005 postmaster Send address changes to Box 627, Biddeford Maine 04005. The journal Tribune assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements but will reprint that part of the advertisement in which the typographical error occurs if notified within 24 hours of the Date that the advertisement first ran Landon associates 750 third ave., new York by member audit Bureau of circulation attended schools in new York. She worked in new York City for a year and then worked from 1956 to 1965 As a flight attendant for Mohawk airlines and As a Model in new York City and Syracuse . She moved to Rochester in the Early 1970s and was Active in political and civic affairs. She was a member of the Republican party a former Rochester selectman director of the visiting nurse association in Rochester and a Volunteer for went to Durham. She volunteered for the Well child clinic in Rochester and was Active in women a rights. Mrs. Smith and her husband Lawrence s. Smith owned and operated Kennebunk gallery in Kennebunk Maine lower Village at the time of her death. Surviving Are her husband of 25 years of Rochester her parents of Merrick . A son David Smith of Rochester a daughter Debbie Erickson of Anchorage Alaska a brother Richard Kappeler of Glen head . Two Sisters Carole Weigel of Glen Cove ., and Susan Schaeffer of Bellmore . And two grandchildren. There will be no funeral. The family will receive relatives and friends from 3 . To 8 . Thursday at Kennebunk gallery route 35, Kennebunk lower Village. Arrangements Are by Heald funeral Home Springvale Maine. Sandra j. Staples 47, employed in Portland Saco a Sandra j. Staples 47, of 103 King St., died Early this morning at mercy Hospital Portland. She was born in Saco on oct. 15, 1942, a daughter of Rodney and Kathleen Nash Staples and attended Perkins school for the Blind in Watertown mass. Miss Staples worked for Morgan memorial in Boston Goodwill in Portland and most recently was employed at Maine Center for the Blind Portland. She was a member of Christ episcopal Church of Biddeford. Survivors include her Mother of Saco a sister Sharon s. Alexander of Yarmouth and a Niece and Nephew. A funeral will be held at 3 . Thursday at Christ episcopal Church. Burial will be in Laurel Hill cemetery. Calling hours will be from 3 . To 5 . And 7 . To 9 . Wednesday at Dennett Craig and Pate funeral Home 365 main St. Charles w. Barr 57, Engineer at Sanders Nashua . Charles w. Barr 57, husband of Paula of Donnell Barr died unexpectedly wednesday at his residence. He was born in Mechanic Falls Maine on aug. 16, 1932, a son of William And Margaret e. Lowell Barr and lived in Nashua for the past 23 years. He graduated from Portland Maine High school northeastern University Boston and rag Institute of technology in new York. Barr had a degree in electronic prayer to St. Jude most holy apostle. St. Juda faithful servant and Friend of Jesus the Church honors and invokes you universally As the Patron of hopeless cases of things almost despaired of Pray for me. I am so helpless and alone. Make use i implore you of that particular privilege Given to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired of. Come to my assistance in this great need that i May receive the Consolation and help of heaven in All my necessities tribulations and sufferings particular a Here make your request and that i May Praise god with you and All the elect forever. I Promise o blessed St. Jude to be Ever mind full this great Avo to always Honor you As my special and powerful Patron and to gratefully encourage Devotion to you. Amen. Say this prayer nine times a Day by the eighth Day your prayer will be answered. Say it for nine Days. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. Thank you St. Juda. Vap. Kerry t. Connell adapting to change most people have no trouble getting used to a new Lens prescription or even to wearing eyeglasses for the first time. Occasionally however people will complain of discomfort when changing or starting in with new glasses. The most common reason for this is too much change at one time. This is Likely to occur when you have had no examination for a few years. During that time your eyes May have changed a Good Deal but so gradually that you were scarcely aware of it. Trying to accommodate to three or four years Worth of change All at once can be confusing and discomforting. That is Why yearly or biannual checkups Are so strongly recommended. Another cause of discomfort is switching from one Type of Lens to another. People being introduced to bifocals for the first time have to go through a period of adjustment. It is also important not to make too dramatic a change in the shape Factor of the Lens or the style of the Frame. In the interest of better vision Kerry t. Connell . 323 main St. Saco me. 284-4560 or 6791 Eye exams Contact lenses Complete Eye Glass service engineering and was a principal Engineer for 15 years for Sanders associates. He was an air Force Veteran of the korean War and a member of St. Francis Xavier Church. Surviving Are his wife three sons Paul c., and Russell All of Nashua and Lloyd m. Of Greece a daughter Regina . Barr of Nashua a brother James l. Of Hollis Maine a sister Mary f. Rodaer of fair Oaks Calif. And two grandchildren. A funeral has been held. Arrangements Are by Farwell funeral service. Daniel e. White 28, graduate of Sanford Eustis Daniel Edwin White 28, of route 27, died Early saturday morning in Eustis from injuries received in an automobile Accident. He was born in Lewiston on dec. 28, 1961, a son of Thomas and Barbara Nile White and graduated from Sanford High school in 1981. White was employed As a Crane operator for Stratton lumber company. Survivors include his parents of Springvale two Brothers Benjamin of Springvale and Stanley of Carrabassett Valley three Sisters Anita Howes of Sanford Shirley Langlois of Springvale and Paula White of Sanford his grandparents Lloyd and Erma Nile of Farmington and Kenneth and Mary White of East Poland. A memorial service will be held at la . Saturday at Lloyd Nile farm Copeland. Arrangements Are by Thibault funeral Home Rangeley. Other deaths John Henry Faulk 76 Austin Texas apr humorist Folklorist John Henry Faulk who faced blacklisting head on with a lawsuit in the 1950s and became a Champion of civil rights died monday after a Long bout with cancer. He was 76. Faulk was a popular lbs radio and television personality when in 1957, he mounted a six year Legal Battle in a new York court against an organization that tried to Brand him a subversive. He recounted the struggle in a Best Selling Book a fear on the Book was made into a made for to movie that was broadcast on lbs in 1975. The network signed Faulk in 1946 to do a weekly one hour radio show. He worked for lbs until 1957, when he was fired after aware inc., a group that blacklisted entertainment personalities accused him the year before of having subversive associations. Faulk sued aware in 1956, charging the group had lib eled him and destroyed his career. He won the lawsuit and was awarded $3.5 million but the judgment was later reduced to $725,000 on Appeal. The 1962 trial brought an end to blacklisting. Faulk returned to Austin where As a lecturer and writer he earned a reputation As a Champion of individual rights. Memorial donation donations in memory of Sandra j. Staples Saco May be made to Maine Center for the Blind workshop 189 Park ave., Portland. Drapes 20% off Reg. Price All workmanship guaranteed Maine cleaners Exxon trial to be Complex by John Enders associated press Anchorage Alaska a lawyer for Exxon said the nations worst Oil spill was a a tragic accidents a after the corporation and a subsidiary pleaded innocent to a five count Federal criminal indictment. Attorneys for Exxon corp. And Exxon shipping co. Faltered the pleas monday in two separate arraignments Beleve . District judge John d. Roberts. Each company has been charged with two felonies and three misdemeanours. The two feb. 27 indictments Stem from the March 24, 1989, spill of nearly la million Gallons of North slope crude Oil from the Tanker Exxon Valdez which ran aground and ripped its Bottom open on a charted reef outside shipping lanes in Prince William sound. The Oil coated hundreds of Miles of coastline and killed countless fish Birds and other Marine life. A we View this As a tragic Accident but an Accident a a Jim Neal chief lawyer for Exxon shipping said after the arraignment. A we certainly did no to intend to spill but Exxon is not contending it is being unjustly prosecuted he said. A a we re not going to say we re being unfairly treated a said Neal. A a we re big boys. We re going to defend Federal prosecutors have said Exxon and Exxon shipping face up to $700 million in fines and other criminal penalties if convicted. Exxon reportedly had been negotiating a plea bargain with the Federal government but Neal said monday such talks no longer Are under Way. The charges include violating the Federal clean water act by discharging Oil without a permit killing migratory Birds and wilfully employing Crew members who were not physically or mentally competent to operate the huge Oil Tanker. The governments attorney Charles a. Demonaco would not discuss the Case monday. Neal said Exxon Hopes the charges do not obscure the fact the corporation has spent about $2 billion trying to clean up the spilled Oil. A we stepped up and we took responsibility for it a he said. The Nashville tenn., attorney served As chief counsel to the watergate special prosecutor and As a special assistant to former attorney general Robert Kennedy. Roberts said a jury trial will be automatic and that the Case probably will be Complex and extended. The Case has been assigned to another Federal judge in Anchorage. No Date was set for the trial. Roberts also said the governments intention to seek fines equal to double the Gross losses from the spill would generate litigation. Neal said Exxon would contest such fines. More than 160 civil lawsuits Are pending against Exxon by the state of Alaska environmentalists and private individuals for unspecified damages. The company has said it intends to return to the beaches of Prince William sound next month to continue mopping up. The criminal Case is the second one relating to the Exxon Valdez spill to go before a judge in Anchorage this year. St. Joseph s h Bingo playing All paper cards wednesdays 6 30 . Parish Hall Green St. Obi de Ford easter a bakery treats cakes cookies a dinner Rolls cupcakes a hot Cross buns Happy easter to All 24s main St Biddeford a . 5 30 .-5 30 . 283-3731 i t

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