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Biddeford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Biddeford, Maine Forecast Chance of Snow Hraf of Al v it it i it i site i o it i v a Quot a ll0 v ,1 ii \ a i m in v u/7h it i i Yimm ism cd of i v/i/7 it a ii 2 it it j la i Angel Lambert 8, Lyman elementary school weather watch partly Cloudy tonight lows in the teens and 20s. Partly sunny North and clouding up Chance of Snow South saturday except Snow or mixed Snow and rain Likely near the coast highs in the mid 20s North and 30 to 40 South. . Marine Gale warning. West to Southwest winds 15 to 25 knots tonight. Average seas subsiding to 3 to 6 feet. Saturday winds becoming North 15 to 25 knots. Average seas 3 to 6 feet. Occasional rain or Snow. Visibility variable to near a mile in precipitation Southwest / coast extended Chance of Snow North and East Chance of flurries mountains and fair elsewhere sunday fair monday and tuesday. Lows in the single numbers and teens sunday and from 10 below North to 10 above South monday and tuesday. This weather satellite photograph taken at 5 . Today shows Clouds Over the most Southern Section of . National temperatures Albany by 28 19 Albuquerque 49 37 Amarillo 54 30 Anchorage 21 of Asheville 64 34 Atlanta 67 49 Atlantic City 39 25 Austin 74 61 Baltimore 38 25 Billings 43 25 Birmingham 69 43 Bismarck 35 la Boise 54 26 Boston 32 27 Brownsville 80 63 Buffalo 34 19 29 to Casper 3 16 Charleston a c. 55 48 Charleston w a 5 34 Charlotte n c 62 45 Cheyenne 32 22 Chicago 41 17 Cincinnati 49 29 Cleveland 43 24 Columbia so 67 44 46 25 Concord no 28 12 Dallas it Worth 70 59 Dayton 45 25 Denver 41 27 Des Moines 42 16 Detroit 39 Duluth 22 of Omaha 40 17 Elpaso 75 43 Orlando 74 57 Evansville 47 33 Philadelphia 35 29 f Fairbanks 07 �?�2 Phoenix 82 57 Fargo 30 20 Pittsburgh 40 28 Flagstaff 55 23 Portland, 29 21 grand rapids 37 of Portland Ore 61 42 great Falls 46 27 Providence 33 22 Greensboro. No 58 39 Raleigh 59 42 Hartford 32 21 Rapich City 41 22 Helena 43 16 Reno 55 28 Honolulu 74 65 Richmond 54 36 Houston 73 62 Sacramento 71 46 Indianapolis 48 28 St Louis 52 33 Jackson miss. 75 48 Salt Lake City 52 26 Jacksonville 67 49 san Antonio 72 63 Juneau 42 32 san Otego 63 54 Kansas City 45 30 san Francisco 59 50 Las vegas 76 48 san Juan a r 83 72 Little Rock 69 45 Santa be 40 m los Angeles 70 54 St Ste mane 29 la Louisville 50 33 Seattle 65 42 Lubbock 57 33 Shreveport 74 55 Memphis 69 48 Sioux tails 40 to Miami Beach 73 68 Spokane 4q 27 Midland Odessa 62 39 Syracuse 35 17 Milwaukee 40 15 Tampa St per Sig 75 55 apis St Paul 33 12 Topeka 45 32 Nashville 70 44 Tucson 79 49 new Orleans 72 54 Tulsa 62 39 new York cite 35 32 Washington do 41 30 Norfolk a. 52 44 Wichita 49 29 North Platte 33 27 Wilkes Barre 28 22 Oklahoma g y 59 38 Wilmington Del 36 29 National weather Miccu or the acc weather forecast for noon saturday March 3 lines show High temperatures 50 40 30 20 a a go a e Eta a Cli Wes Snow am left it am cow it old Orchard Blach. 2 12 9.0 8 27 �0.8 Kennebunkport. 8.7 8 49 -0.8 March 3 am it it am Low it old Orchard Beach. 3 05 10.0 3 50 8.4 9 28 0.4 Kennebunkport. 3 21 9.7 4 06 8.2 9 50 "0.4 Ift 34 0. .6 Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset . . Am. . 2 6 18 5 30 8 40 a ii 6 16 5 31 9 21 12 31 . I 6 11 5 33 10 16 1 44 the almanac today is Friday March 2. The St Day of 1990. There arc 30 is left in the year. Today s highlight in history on March 2, 1939, Roma Quot it Holic Cardinal Eugenio Pace is elected Pope. He took the me Pius Xii. On this Date in 1793, the first president of the Public of Texas Sam Houston is born near Lexington a in 1836, Texas declared its dependence from Mexico. 877 re pub ican Rutherford yes was dec ared Winner of 75 president a election Over crat Samue j. Tilden. 899 Congress established a n or National Park. 1917 Puledo Picans were d j s. Citizenship. 923 t me Magazine made �?~933 the motion picture Kong premiered at Newso 0 City music Hail and obituaries Kenneth h. Robie Kennebunk calling hours for Kenneth h. Robie of Merrifield drive will be from 2 . To 4 . And 7 . To 9 . Today at Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St. A service by the Arundel Lodge masons will be held at 7 30 . Today at the Chapel. Robie died wednesday at Southern medical Center Biddeford. Paul Rousselle sr., White Star employee Biddeford Paul a. Rousselle sr., 62, of 129 Foss St., died thursday at Southern medical Center. He was born in Biddeford on aug. 26,1927, the son of Joseph and Exilia Mercier Rousselle and educated in local schools. Rousselle worked for More than 35 years at White Star laundry retiring in 1989 due to ill health. He was a member of St. Josephus Church. Survivors include his wife Theresa Lefebvre Rousselle of Biddeford three sons Paul a. Rousselle or. And Robert Rousselle both of Biddeford and Armand Rousselle of Atlanta a. A daughter Diane Rousselle of Biddeford two Stepsons George Cote and Donald Cote both of Biddeford three Brothers Romeo Rousselle of Portland Henry Rousselle of Waterville and Leo Rousselle of Biddeford a sister Theresa Lanning of new York and one grandchild. A funeral will be held at la . Saturday at St. Josephus Church. Burial will be in St. Josephus cemetery calling hours will be from 2 to 4 . And 7 . To 9 . Today at the . Bolduc and sons funeral Home 291 Alfred St. Ernest Tardiff 78, shipyard employee Springvale Ernest w. A uti boy a Tardiff 78. Of 52 Mill St., died thursday at h d. Goodall after a Long illness. He was born in Springvale on Jan. 19, 1912, a son of Henry and Louise Guertin Tardiff and attended local schools. Tardiff worked for local shoe Alfred Street Box 627, Biddeford 04005 uses 005-720 volume 107, no. 52 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 04005 postmaster Send address changes to Box 627, Biddeford 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 shops and later at the Portland shipyard. He was also a self employed electrician in Sanford for Many years. He was a communicant of notre Dame Church and a member of the Sanford elks Lodge the knights of Columbus social club the Lafayette club and the Wolf club. Surviving Are his wife of 55 years Irene Pelchat Tardiff a daughter mrs. Leo a. Anna Richer of Sanford a son Henry a a Hank a Tardiff of fort Lauderdale Fla. A sister Lillian Demers of Sanford four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. A funeral mass will be said at to . Saturday at notre Dame Church. Spring burial will be in notre Dame cemetery. Calling hours will be from 2 . To 4 . And 7 . To 9 . Friday at the Lafrance funeral Home 29 Winter St., Sanford. Maurice Roux or. Biddeford Pool the knights of Columbus 250 will meet for prayers for Maurice Roux or. At 7 30 . Friday at the Emond and Conroy funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford. Roux who lived at 3 first St., died on thursday. Lucy a. Fisher 76, employed in Hospital Lewiston a Lucy Angelosante Fisher 76, of Lisbon senior Village died feb. 21 at Central medical Center after a Short illness. She was born in Portland on july 4, 1913, a daughter of Albert and Madeline Amatruda Angelosante. She moved to old Orchard Beach As a Young child and then moved to Lewiston when she married in 1936. Mrs. Fisher worked Many years As a Secretary in the blood Blank at Central medical Center retiring in 1978. During her retirement she was a Volunteer at Lisbon elementary school and for Central medical Center. She was a member of St. Annex a Church in Lisbon holy Cross senior citizens and the american association of retired persons. Her husband Joseph w. Fisher died dec. 8, 1947. A sister Eleanor Angelosante and sleep tight do you have a Colicky infant who s discomfort keeps the House awake night after night we now carry sleep tight a new Way of comforting your baby allowing a peaceful night s sleep for both infant and parents. Please come in and let Allison Fecteau give you information regarding rental or Purchase of this ingenious new product. Doyon prescriptions St medical supplies 27 main St., Biddeford 282-2063 upside s ice Cream ferry Road a Saco open sundays noon to 5 . Open weekdays weather permitting noon to 5 . Give your family a Garside s treat we make our own ice Cream a cd tool or sky open 7 Days 6 .-9 . At. X 77 Pool St., Biddeford 282-9824 Orni a i c one Clear meat lobster Rolls Lim $3 i to .95 five lobster $ 75 Rolls or More a j. I j each Quot the jumbo Quot c >.00 a a a a it a brother Vincent Angelosante also died previously. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Richard Madeline Bernier of Lewiston a son Joseph j. Fisher of Vallejo Calif. A sister Louise Angelosante two Brothers Attilio Angelosante and Albert Angelosante All of old Orchard Beach and four grandchildren. A funeral has been held. Arrangements were by the Albert and Burpee funeral Home. Ceola Dunn 60, resident of Casco Casco a Ceola e. Dunn 60, of Quaker Ridge Road died wednesday at Northern Cumberland memorial Hospital Bridgton after a Long illness. She was born in Bridgton a daughter of William p. And Hattie h. Mitchell and attended Bridgton schools. Mrs. Dunn was an avid Bowler. Surviving Are her husband of 38 years Leslie Dunn of Casco three sons Herbert g. Dunn of East Stoneham Samuel l. Dunn of Kezar Falls and Jeffery s. Dunn of Casco a daughter Carol Ann Dunn of Casco three Brothers William Mitchell and Stanley Mitchell both of Wetumpka ala., and Clyde Mitchell of Bridgton a sister Hattie Mae Edwards of Wetumpka and six grandchildren a funeral will be held at 2 . Sunday at Hall funeral Home Quaker Ridge Road. Burial will be in Green Grove cemetery. Calling hours will be from 7 . To 8 . Saturday at the funeral Home. Emilienne Freeman Biddeford Emilienne Freeman 78, of 173 South St. Died this morning at Southern medical Center. Arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by r. G. Bolduc and sons. Funeral Home 291 Alfred St. Other deaths Josephine Cannon 79 Batavia Ohio apr Josephine Johnson Cannon who won a pulitzer prize in 1935 for the novel a now in november a died tuesday of pneumonia at age 79. Mrs. Cannon who wrote under her Maiden name Josephine Johnson completed a i books in All including novels Short Story collections and poetry. One of her most recent books was a Inland Island in 1969. Thomas Oil company 9 7 2825900 in memo i am in Loving memory of Paul ii. Bernier on his birthday March 2 it broke my heart to lose you but you did not go alone. For part of me went with you the night god called you Home. God gave my strength to meet it and courage to face the blow. But what it meant to lose you no one will Ever know. Sadly missed by wife and children cholesterol tests can vary widely by Brenda c. Coleman associated press Chicago a the accuracy of cholesterol screening tests varies widely with portable testing machines used by poorly trained operators giving highly inaccurate results up to one fourth of the time researchers said. Poorly set instruments and inadequate training were mainly to blame for misleading readings which can cause people to seek unneeded medical trea Merf or falsely reassure them they done to need it researchers said in a study today. Even under the Best of circumstances a cholesterol is a lot like blood pressure a said one of the researchers Michelle j. Naughton a sociologist at the University of Minnesota school of Public health in Minneapolis. A it will vary by the time of Day you take it and it will vary from Day to excess cholesterol in the blood is one of the three main modifiable traits linked with increased likelihood of developing heart disease the nations no. I killer. The two others Are High blood pressure and smoking. In the journal of the american medical association study is. Naughton a group said cholesterol screening results were within an acceptable Range of accuracy in Only one of four Public screenings they Analysed. In the three other screenings readings often strayed from True values by More than 14.2 percent the largest Range of error allowed under guidelines of the National cholesterol education program researchers said. True values were established on samples from the same subjects measured in a nationally standardized Laboratory the researchers said. The highest rate of unacceptable results was 23.5 percent among tests done by a cholesterol screening company at an unidentified work site the researchers said. Other testing groups had rates of unacceptable error ranging from 6.9 percent at a retail store to 3.6 percent at a grocery store to Zero percent at the Minnesota state fair the researchers found. At the unidentified work site where accuracy was worst testers had received Only one Day of training and no apprenticeship or refresher courses. At the retail store and the grocery store testers had undergone two Days of training and an apprenticeship the researchers found. Dub fruity of mad 44 main St., Biddeford a 282-1049 a 0 o this weeks special a it a a o o o n a uti dry on pants . $3.10 cleaning a a a so a Oleary cleaners 7 30 9 00 . 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