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Biddeford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - May 28, 1980, Biddeford, Maine 2�?journal Tribune wednesday 28, 1980 today a weather United pres International mostly sunny Sandra Godin age 9, Waterboro elementary school Maine mostly sunny West anti partly sunny East today. Highs 60 to 65north and 65 to 72 South. Mostly Clear tonight. Lows 36 to 42. Mostly sunny thursday. Highs in the upper 60s to Low 70s. Boston up extended Outlook Maine increasing cloudiness Friday with a Chance of showers late in the Day. Chance of showers saturday. Clearing sunday. May tides Daylight savings time High Low . . A m. . 28 11 03 11 16. 4 52 5 04 29 11 45 11 56. 5 30 5 44 30 12 26 12 35. 6 17 6 26 Daylight savings time Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset am. Pai. Pai. Am. 5 03 28 8 15 6 58 4 40 5 03 29 8 15 7 58 5 16 Temps Albuquerque c 85 43 Little Rock pc 85 64 Anchorage by 51 45 los Angeles pc 68 55 Asheville c 81 51 Louisville c 81 55 Atlanta c 88 69 Memphis c 86 66 Billings r 76 50 Miami Bech pc 85 75 Birmingham pc 89 68 Milwaukee pc 82 58 Boston pc 74 54 Nashville c 85 60 Brwn sell 92 79 new Orlens pc 91 73 Buffalo by 64 53 Klahm qty by 77 70 Charlson . C 80 66 Omaha pc 88 60 Charlott . C 78 56 Philadelphia c 73 54 Chicago pc 85 60 Phoenix c 87 63 Cleveland pc 68 53 Pittsburgh pc 72 49 Columbus c 75 50 Portland me. C 71 42 Dallas pc 93 69 Portland Ore. R 62 51 Denver pc 83 50 Providence pc 72 48 Des Moines pc 89 63 Richmond c 77 53 Detroit pc 76 57 St. Louis pc 86 67 Duluth pc 75 46 Salt Lak a Type 71 46 Elpaso c 94 53 san Antonio pc 89 74 Hartford pc 73 52 san Diego pc 65 57 Honolulu c 86 74 san Juan r 84 75 Houston pc 91 78 Seattle by 54 39 Indianapolis c 80 49 Spokane by 53 48 Jacksn mss. Pc 90 71 Tampa c 87 70 Jacksonville c 86 61 Washington pc 76 60 Kansas City pc 80 61 Wichita pc 75 63 key pc partly Cloudy r. Rain by Windy so showers in Snow by Cloudy Ash thundershowers of fog or drizzle by sunny. The almanac United press International today is wednesday 28, the 149th Day of 1980 with 217 to follow. The Moon is near its full phase. There is no morning Star. The evening stars Are Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter and Saturn. Those born on this Date Are under the sign of gemini. British statesman William Pitt a the younger was born 28,1759. On this Date in history in 1798, president John Adams was empowered by Congress to recruit an american of 10,000 volunteers. In 1934, the Dionne quintuplets were born near Callander Ontario. In 1940, the evacuation of British French and belgian troops from Dunkirk on the English Channel coast of France began. A total of 337,000 men reached Britain safely but 13,000 were killed by German military units. In 1979, Greece became the 10th member of Western Europe a common Market. Obituaries Mary Kearns Beverly mass. A Mary h. Kearns 63, of 19 Washington St., died sunday at her summer Home in Center Lebanon Maine after a Long illness. She was born in Portland Maine 29, 1916, daughter of Michael j. And Helen of Donaghue Moran and was a graduate of Portland High school and Boston University. Mrs. Kearns was a former teacher at Thornton Academy Saco Maine and at old Orchard Beach Maine High school and Dresden Maine High school. She was a member of St Mary Guild the daughters of Isabella Regis College Guild the Beverly historic District commission and a District Board member of the Massachusetts society for prevention of cruelty to children. Mrs. Kearns also was a Volunteer for meals on wheels and a coordinator of the Junior great books foundation. Surviving Are her husband Lawrence m. Kearns of Beverly five sons Mark a. Kearns and Philip j. Kearns both of Lebanon Maine. Stephen j. Kearns of Acton Maine Brian l. Kearns of West Hartford Conn., and Daniel f. Kearns of Washington d. C. Three daughters Ellen c. Kearns and Louise c. Kearns both of Beverly and Rosemary Cheaver of Lebanon and la grandchildren. A funeral mass was held this morning at St. Mary Star of the sea Church. Interment was in St. Mary Star of the sea cemetery. The Campbell funeral Home 525 Cabot St., was in charge of arrangements. Marie Beaudoin Arundel a Marie Florintine Beaudoin 76, of route i died this morning at York Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born in Quebec Canada nov. 22,1903. Mrs. Beaudoin had lived in Arundel the past to years coming from Sanford. She was a communicant of St. Monica Church Kennebunk. Her husband Oscar Beaudoin died Jan. 8. She is survived by two Brothers Rev. Antonio Deal lanais and edouard Desharnais both of Quebec a sister Lucina Lebrun of Sanford three grandchildren and a great grandson. A mass of Christian burial will be held Friday at to . At St. Monica Church. Interment will be in St. Ignatius cemetery Sanford. Calling hours will be held thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 ., at the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St., Kennebunk. Kenneth Lamb bar Mills a Kenneth l. Lamb 66, of bar Mills died tuesday at the Maine medical Center Portland following a Brief illness. He was born in Waltham vt., april 17,1914, son of Charles and Stella Cannon Lamb and was educated in Vermont. Lamb had worked at the Maremont corp., Saco for 25 years and retired in 1976. He was an avid Fisherman and Hunter and a member of the big Buck club. He is survived by his w Ife Dorothy Pressey Lamb of bar Mills a son Henry dare of Scarborough five daughters Shirley Roberts Stella Phillips and Thelma Corbeil All of Groveville Louise Gorham and Theresa Walsh both of bar Mills two Brothers Clayton Lamb of new Hampshire and Charles Lamb or. Of bar Mills four Sisters Lucy Nicholas of Biddeford Maxine Appleby of new Hampshire Irene Dow of Wentworth n.h., and Dorothy Hebert of Costa Mesa Calif. La grandchildren and a great grandson. Services will be held thursday at 2 At the Neal and York funeral Home 76 state St., Gorham. Calling hours will be held tonight from 7 to 9, at the funeral Home. George Makin Hemet Calif. A George e. Makin 82, of Hemet died Early tuesday at the Hemet Valley Hospital. He was born in Sanford Maine son of George w. And Alice Jane Finch Makin and attended local schools. Makin was employed in the weave room of no. 5 of the former Sanford Mills for Many years before moving to Hawthorne Calif., in 1943. He owned and operated motels in the Hawthorne area until retiring in 1968. Since that time Makin had been employed in a drug store in Englewood. He moved to Hemet in 1978. Makin was a member of Preble Lodge of amp am of Sanford for More than 50 years and a member of the Hemet methodist Church. He is survived by his wife Opal Makin of Hemet a son Earle f. Makin of Riverview Fla. A brother Forrest Makin of Sanford a grandson two granddaughters and great grandchildren All of the Hawthorne area. Services will be held the latter part of this week at the Dunaway Douglas funeral. Home Hawthorne. Interment will be in Englewood. Maine shooting Case alerts Oregon police funeral directors Dennett amp Craig 365 main Street Saco Maine. Tel. 282-0562 Emond amp Conroy funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford and Cosgrove funeral Home 326 Elm St., Biddeford John p. Conroy jr., director. 284-5511 or 284-6021. My Tournai Alfred Road Biddeford 04005 uses 055-720 Une mail rates Only one month $4 80 six months $28.80 one year $57.60 National advertising representatives Are Landen associates. 750 third Avenue new York new York. Subscription rates payable in Advance published daily except sundays and holidays at Biddeford Maine 04005 second class postage paid at Biddeford Maine 04005 Solo six year old Rebecca Koehler of Westfield mass. Sets feet a stomping at the new England fiddle contest in Hart Ford Conn., where she plays before about 50,000 listeners. Up photo biker held without bail Brunswick Maine up a District judge William s. Brodrick has ordered a Lewiston held without bail on charges of shooting a motorcycle club member to death. George e. Jones 23, was arraigned tuesday in the shooting death of Harold v. Sargent 40, a member of the Iron horsemen motorcycle club who was killed during the a of readers balls Rock concert sunday at Whites Beach. Jones was also charged with attempting to murder Kenneth Fisher 25, of West Buxton who suffered a gunshot wound to the ribs in the incident. Fisher is also an Iron horsemen member. Brodrick appointed Bath lawyer Theodore k. Hoch to represent Jones who was remanded to Cumberland county jail. Hoch said he expected to act As Jones attorney throughout the Case. Assistant attorney general Fernand la Rochelle represented the state at the arraignment. About 3,500 people were in attendance sunday when 70 police officers from several counties were summoned to quell a Bangor Maine up Oregon officials say they Are reviewing the 1979 death of Coutant Marie Ozias Haberski the first wife of a Stephen Haberski who was charged in the shooting death of his second wife in Carmel last week. Ray Robinette District at card of thanks i wish to thank the doctors nurses the personnel and All the friends and relatives who made my stay at the Hospital so pleasant. Blanche collard Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St., Biddeford. 283-3653. Shumway and Gross funeral service 35 Spring St., Saco. 284-5611. Thanksgiving Novena to St. Jude o holy St. Jude apostle and Martyr great in virtue and Rich in miracles near Kinsman of Jesus Christ faithful intercessor of All who invoke your Specia i patronage in time of need to you i have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom god has Given such great Power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent petition. In return i Promise to make your name known and cause you to be invoked. Say three our i athers three Hail marys and Glorias. Publication must be promised. St. Jude Pray for us and All who invoke your Aid amen. This Novena has never been known to fail. I have had my request granted. Publication promised. . Love is florists Carters Flowers gifts and plants route i Kennebunk adjacent to St. Monica s. 985 35 Little Ossipee Florist Margaret Harriman route 5, Limerick. 793-8492. A shipboard Romance. To rec . Pat. rights reserved a 1980 los Angeles times Syndicate disturbance. Upon arrival at Whites Beach authorities found Sargent dead and three men wounded. Jones who police said was slightly injured during his arrest was treated at Maine medical Center in Portland for bruises and cuts. Donald Tunison 26, of Winthrop was treated for a knife wound in the thigh and Joe Burch 34, of Rockland was treated for Chest pains. The third of five bands scheduled to pm y during the Day was performing when officials decided to in i the concert. An announcer told the crowd there had been Sho dings stabbings and a beating and that the event was being shut Down. Quot the potential for problems at that Point was becoming great a said Brunswick police chief Dominic Vermette who took charge at the scene. But despite some complaining members of the crowd began streaming to their cars and there were no further arrests. Tax Maverick in second trial by Steven w. Syre Hartford Conn. Up tax Maverick Irwin Schiff on trial a second time on Tex evasion charges has vowed to prove the Federal government is duping the american Public into faithfully filing income tax returns each year. Schiff whose Book and nationwide lectures claim Federal income taxes Are illegal tuesday represented himself in the first Day of the . District court trial. Schiff said he would show the jury How the . Internal Revenue service is a Hoo drinking the Public into filing papers that Are a i am not required to file an income tax return a he told the jurors. Quot neither Are you. Not one member of this jury is required to file a tax Schiff was convicted in . District court in Bridgeport two years ago of failing to file tax forms in 1974 and 1975. The decision was overturned last year by the . 2nd circuit court of appeals in new York which ruled damaging evidence was improperly admitted. Schiff 51, of Hamden told jurors he filed 1040 forms for the two years but they contained no financial information. He said since 1975 he has filed no Federal tax documents at All. On the 1974 and 1975 forms Schiff pleaded the fifth amendment noting that 1040s tax forms were handed Over to Justice officials on request and can be used during prosecution. The amendment protects a suspect or defendant from incriminating himself by allowing him the option not to answer questions concerning charges official or possible. Assistant . Attorney Michael Hartmere said the prosecution will prove Schiff was required to file Complete returns and was aware he was violating the Law. Though the Federal appeals court threw out Schiffy a first conviction its action was based Only on the admission of a videotape showing the defendant being interviewed by Tom Snyder on no cd so a tomorrow television interview show. The appeals court conceded Schiff did file returns for the two years but labelled them a clearly Schiff has pointed out Federal instruction books warn filers they voluntarily give up their right to keep any tax information from Law enforcement officials by sending in 1040s. He has also claimed wages Are Only an Exchange for an employees work. As a company is not required to pay taxes for its workers labor he says a citizen can to be forced to be taxed on what he receives in the Trade. He argues labor is not considered income so wages Arentt either. A i made $14,000 or $15,000 in wages in 1974 a Schiff said in court. A Titi admit to that. What i wont admit to is that it amounted to Public safety Torney in Washington county Ore., said tuesday the Case was officially placed under review last week. Oregon authorities ruled last year the 20-year-old woman a death was caused by a drug overdose. A your investigators have pulled the file on the Haberski death and we will be talking with Bangor and Augusta investigators during the course of our review a Robinette said. Haberski is scheduled to appear in District court for a probable cause hearing june 5, said Maine assistant attorney general Paula Van meter. He was charged with murdering his wife Kirk Haberski 24, in the Woods outside Carmel 20. Depending upon comparisons of the Oregon Case with Kirk Haberski a slaying Robinette said Oregon authorities a could reopen the Maine Scase against Haberski would come first even if Oregon officials decide to prosecute on the basis of an investigation Van meter said. A murder will be the Only charge sought by the state against Haberski a Van meter said tuesday. Moped stolen Saco a Roger Bergeron of 38 Notts ave., Saco reported on tuesday that his moped had been stolen while he was attending a meeting in the Saco Grange building on North Street. Bergeron had parked the moped outside of the building at 8 And discovered at 10 30 That it had been taken. The moped was valued at $200. Arrest Ogunquit Timothy h. York 25, of Dover is being held in York county jail on a stolen vehicle charge following. His arrest at3 . Tuesday police records show. York was arrested three hours after the vehicle he was driving was reported stolen from Dover. No bail has been set for York. Tool shed break Limerick York county sheriffs deputies Are investigating the reported theft of $300 items from a tool shed at a Sikokis Lake summer Home. According to a spokesman from the sheriffs department the break was reported by Arthur sati ski of Arlington ma., who arrived at the cottage this past week end. A padlock was broken to gain Entrance into the shed and reported stolen Are a 17-Inch Chainsaw five Gallons of Gray stain a six foot step ladder and a 50-foot Garden Hose. Cash stolen Lebanon a police Are investigating the theft of $271 Cash Friday night from minors drive in movie theater. Police said the theft was reported saturday morning. Vandalism Lebanon a police report that rocks thrown by juveniles broke the car window of Earle Littlefield of Bigelow re. In South Lebanon. Police said the Side window was valued at about $100. The incident was reported sunday afternoon. Transport Biddeford the Biddeford fire department ambulance transported Adee Samson 87, of 87 Alfred St., tuesday morning to the Webber Hospital for general weakness according to a department spokesman. Accident Kennebunkport a Wells has been charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol following an Accident which occurred Early monday morning on North Street. Police say William Litchfield 27, failed to negotiate a turn As he drove his car West through the intersection of Temple and main Street. The car a 1977 Bow went out of control went through a Guardrail on Mill Bridge and plunged into the water. Arrests Ogunquit Charles w. Pike 49, whose last known address is York was arrested 24 on a warrant from Massachusetts for escape and for several charges in Maine police said. Police have been looking for Pike who used the name Robert Nelson since 21 after he rented a Post office Box at Cape Ned Dick police said. Post office employees who spotted Pike saturday notified police he was northbound on route i. Pike was stopped in Ogunquit by police who arrested him and transported him to the York county jail where he is being held on $5,000 bail. Pike also faces charges of receiving stolen goods in Lincoln county and negotiating a worthless instrument in Waldo county according to police. The Massachusetts charges include escape and indecent exposure. Burglary old Orchard Beach Lucien Gervais with the Mundy construction inc., Yarmouth reported at 7 this morning a trailer on the Portland Avenue construction site had been broken into and a piece of machinery taken police say. No estimate was available from the company on the value of the equipment according to police. High Speed Chase Wells a police charged a 17-year old Wells youth with a driving to endanger following what one police officer described As a a High Speed Chase through the tannic area at 9 48 Tuesday. Police say the youth was driving a 1975 pickup truck owned by Lester Stevens of Wells during the 20-minute Chase. No court Date has yet been set for a hearing on the charges according to police. Litchfield reportedly had some cuts and bruises and a woman passenger Donna Thompson 33, of Kennebunk sustained a Back injury. Her condition was not immediately known. Police say Litchfield was driving at a High rate of Speed when the Accident occurred at about 2 15 ., monday. Damage to the car was estimated at $3,000. Accident Wells a about $1,400 Worth of damage was inflicted on two cars following a 26 collision police records state. William d. Bowie 30, of old Orchard Beach and John t. Parnaby of Weymouth were Drivers of the two vehicles which collided on route 109 at 8 03 ., records show. Accident Wells a about $650 Worth of damage was incurred by a vehicle driven by Erie a. Williams 19, of Acton after it collided with a Central Maine Power pole on 26, police records show. Records state that Williams hit the pole on Hilton a Lane at 6 10 After swerving to avoid an oncoming vehicle. Accident Wells a two cars incurred about $500 Worth of damage following a 25 Accident on mile Road police records show. Christine Turner 16, of Sanford and Nathan Brown 19, of Wells were the Drivers of the two cars which collided at 5 20 ., according to records. Accident Ogunquit about $160 Worth of damage was inflicted on two cars following a 25 Accident at the intersection of route i and Berwick Road police records show. Ralph b. Pilling 55, of Cumberland and Gloria a. Small 48, of Hallowell were the Drivers of the two cars which collided at about 3 43 ., records show. Accident Ogunquit about $525 Worth of damage was inflicted on two cars following a 26 Accident at the intersection on Shore Road police records show. Sidney l. Kumins 63, of Cape Ned Dick and Charles g. Fraser of Ogunquit were the Drivers of the two vehicles involved in the 8 13 . Collision. Accident Ogunquit no one was seriously injured after a southbound vehicle on Shore Road hit the right Side shoulder before crossing the Road hitting a business sign and coming to rest against the Evan Smith House at about to May 25, police records show. James e. Jobin 18, of Worcester mass., the Driver of the vehicle was charged with a transportation of intoxicating liquor in a motor vehicle by a minor following the Accident which resulted in Over $1,500 Worth of damages according to records. A june 12 Date in Kittery District court has been set for the hearing on the charge. Robert d. Of Neil 18, of Worcester mass. A passenger in the vehicle driven by Jobin was treated for minor injuries and released following the Accident. Of Neil and two other passengers in the car Michael Arkelian 19, of Worcester Are also due to appear in Kittery District court on june 12 to face a charge of Possession of intoxicating liquor by a minor. If you re age 46 to 87 we can to say a not t life insurance to help pay burial everyone expense accepted Soud to no Salesman will Call Conn write give your age or Call he u la a for free brochure a other amounts available depending on age and sex life of America insurance corp. 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