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Biddeford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Biddeford, Maine R Deering a lumber Black class a 25 year durable Quot. Us to fibreglass. Made to last. Specia>ricl7jjocot Elm so Biddeford \ n?83 Hubby Sok wanted for name change Providence . A a judge says his refusal to allow a woman to use her Maiden name without her husbands consent is an Effort to maintain the integrity of the family. The american civil liberties Union on monday said it would Challenge the March 8 ruling by probate judge Anthony b. Sciarretta who denied Lucille Anne Ric Citelli a name change petition. A the states continuing hang up with a woman a right to use her birth name is nothing Short of mind boggling a said Steve Brown executive director of the aclus Rhode Island affiliate. Riccitelli 41, said she decided to resume using Maiden name after her father died without any sons. A when he died very suddenly i thought it would be a Nice thing for me to do for him a she said. She said her sister uses a hyphenated name. When Sciarretta Learned Riccitelli was married he told her to get her husbands consent. She said that left her feeling a like a Little girls and she refused. Sciarretta then denied the name change petition. A just because in a married to someone does no to mean i done to have any rights As a person a she said. Her husband Edward Martin called it a patently the couples two sons age 20 and 16, use his surname. Consumers favor alcohol warnings new York a a majority of Consumers favor health warnings on alcoholic beverages and four out of to would support a ban on advertisements that promote alcohol a nationwide poll shows. The Gallup poll released monday was commissioned by advertising age Magazine and conducted april 5, two Days after Federal legislation was introduced proposing that health warnings be displayed on All alcoholic beverages and ads. Seventy three percent of those surveyed support health warnings. Only 13 percent said they oppose the warnings. Forty two percent of those polled also favor an outright ban on alcoholic beverage advertising. Only 49 percent said they were opposed to Banning All Beer wine and liquor advertising. The rest were unsure. Jet plane midair crash leaves 2 dead Gadsden Ala. A a commuter Jet that had just taken off collided with a smaller plane monday evening killing the two people aboard the smaller aircraft authorities said. The Pilot of the Atlantic Southeast airlines Jet a brazilian made pm Braer returned safely to Gadsden municipal Airport with his four passengers. The collision occurred around 6 . Shortly after the Jet left the northeastern Alabama Airport for Atlanta said Arlene Salac a Federal aviation administration spokeswoman in Atlanta. The Jet and the single engine Cessna 182 collided at an Altitude of 2,100 feet and about three Miles Southwest of the Airport. The two civil air patrol pilots aboard the Cessna were killed said Airport manager Fred Anderton. There were no injuries aboard the commuter Jet whose Tail was damaged in the crash. A it looks like the Asa was flying out of Gadsden and was Only up to 2,100 feet when this Little Cessna. Must have came in out of the Blue a is. Salac said. Military team to recover Mia remains Bangkok Thailand a a . Military team flew to Vietnam today to receive to remains of persons who May be among americans missing in action from the Vietnam War a . Embassy spokesman said. After a Short ceremony at Hanoi a International Airport the remains Are to be flown to Honolulu for positive identification at the Central identification Laboratory in Honolulu. Vietnam last turned Over remains to the United states on sept. La. The United states currently lists 2,303 mias or missing in action from the Indochina War. These include 1,678 in Vietnam 537 in Laos 82 in Cambodia and six in chinese coastal Waters. relationship a wire photo Perkins Cove Cindy Hauck left and Cherie Martell right both of Indianapolis take part in a candlelight Vigil in memory of aids victim Ryan White. School mourns Ryan White by Ken Kusmer associated press Arcadia ind. A the Flag flew at half staff outside of a High school where aids victim Ryan White was remembered As a Model student and those who once fought to keep him out of school mourned his absence. Students and administrators at Hamilton Heights High school wore Orange ribbons mementos of school Pride and began the Day with a 10-minute convocation in memory of White who found Friendship and acceptance Here after a Long Legal Battle to attend Public school. A a in be said Many times As a teenager his age i probably would have stayed Home instead of coming to school every Day a principal Steve Dillon said during an Impromptu news conference. A the very much wanted to be at school. He was very much a fighter. A and i think every one of our lives is going to be a lot better for knowing Ryan and participating in his last three White a Junior attended classes As recently As two weeks before his death sunday to Days after he was admitted to an Indianapolis Hospital with an aids related respiratory infection. He was diagnosed with acquired immune deficiency syndrome 5v2 years ago having contracted the disease from blood products to treat his Haemophilia. The teen Ager attracted National attention during his successful fight to attend school in his Hometown of Kokomo and emerged As an International spokesman for children suffering from aids. He is credited with furthering understanding of the disease its devastating effects and the rights of its sufferers. After White won his court Battle to attend school in Kokomo he and his family still Felt uncomfortable there and moved to Cicero about 20 Miles away in 1987. His death elicited sympathy in his former Hometown. A a it a a terrible thing. Id hoped from the beginning he could have been the first to whip it a said Dan Carter who was Board president at Western school corp. When Ryan was banned from classes there. A the was a real educator for All of us and he showed a lot of class a said Kokomo mayor Robert Sargent. His contribution to aids awareness was remembered monday night with a candlelight Vigil in downtown Indianapolis attended by about 50 people. A the was Brave he brought Peoples awareness alive a said Kevin Johnson an aids organization Volunteer who attended the Vigil and whose Best Friend has the disease. A i think Ryan made a big a funeral was planned for wednesday. Dillon said he expected half of his schools 550 students and several staff members would attend the funeral. Some of Whites closest friends sought Consolation monday from school Counselor Dillon said. A a in a very pleased with the student body today. They re handling it very Well. We wanted to make sure they Felt Good about themselves a Dillon said. He said the Whites classmates should be proud that he a could attend school and have friends and go to dances and go to the ballgames and not worry about any problems. He was very much a part of our school Whites death was particularly hard to take for three Young Florida Brothers suffering from aids who also fought to attend school their Mother said. Louise Ray said her Haemophilia a sons Ricky 13, Robert 12, and Randy to had met White and his death reminded them of the Gravity of their own illnesses. A a it a a senseless death in a Way a she said. A the boys Are going to miss him and at this age its hard for them to understand Why a Young person has to the Brothers won a Federal court order to attend school in Arcadia fla., in 1987, but fire destroyed their Home soon afterwards and the family fled to Sarasota where they enrolled in school without incident. By Joan Mower associated press Washington some lawmakers Are readying legislation to halt All . Aid to Iraq As tensions mount Over a series of incidents including a threat by president Saddam Hussein to use chemical weapons against Israel. A we should be ashamed of the . Trading relationship with Iraq said rep. Howard Bermand Calif. Berman has drafted proposed sanctions that would end All . Assistance to Iraq including agricultural credits and investment guarantees under the Export import Bank. Several others in Congress including Sens. William Cohen a Maine and John Mccain r-ariz., said they support some kind of sanctions against the Baghdad government. A i think we ought to take action a Cohen said recently adding it was a not an acceptable situation for the United states to be doing business with a country seeking to add nuclear weapons to an Arsenal that already includes chemical weapons. Sen. Claiborne Pell d-., chairman of the Senate Foreit relations committee said he will push for legislation to impose sanctions against any nation that uses chemical weapons illegally. But not everyone in Congress favors immediate sanctions. Sen. Arlen Specter r-pa., said it would be premature to do anything without first talking with Hussein. Specter who visited Iraq in january with sen. Richard Shelby d-Ala., urged Hussein to a exercise a we believe discussions and negotiations can go far to resolve current tensions a Specter and Shelby said in a letter to Hussein. The outrage among some in Congress comes amid growing tension Over iraqis actions. Hussein has been criticized for threatening to use chemical weapons against Israel and for executing an iranian born British journalist accused of spying. Last month . And British intelligence agents broke up an iraqi smuggling ring allegedly trying to obtain nuclear triggers for atomic weapons. Iraq denied the charge. 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