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Biddeford Kennebunk Wells Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Biddeford, Maine In Job Ria i tribes moods Jib la it today a weather Boston Al extended Outlook for be England wednesday thru of Nav Maine and new hemp hire Chance of rain wednesday fair thursday. Chance of Iho Weri Friday. Mattar Bittern 74 61 to 56 54 80 50 77 50 75 55 2 77 Drang by it a it Quot e be be o ase Maine sunny today Hight Bostal Chatham Nan tact it Pittsfield new Bedford Worcester Rhode 11 la and Providence cd trite St Hanford be Hampt Hirr Concord Lebanon #. It Washington Salvo a v and e so of Ven Buri Intoc new Hampshire sunny Ennst in the 70 fair monday night today hit in the mid 70t to a Low in the 50s increasing Low 10 fair tonight lows in ,. A is tuesday with a the 50s increasing cloudiness r a of showers in the tuesday with a Chance of Van reel Maine 79 i 83 55 79 u 78 50 43 74 48 71 45 77 42 cloudiness Chancel West. Highs in the 70s Shower highs in the 70s 74 73 45 72 52 78 45 qty 4 fest Albuquerque pc Anchorage f As Bevilie pc Atlanta to Billings try Birmingham to Boston by Buffalo pc Chari est s c pc Charlotte n c pc Chicago to Cleveland to Columbus to Dallas f Denver f Des Moines to Detroit by Duluth Tael paso by Hartford by Honolulu pc Houston it Indianapolis by Jackson miss to Jacksonville pc Kansas cite to Las a Little of 81 a Assy Rock pc lated press i u Pep 95 69 77 58 to 65 59 92 68 74 50 92 72 74 61 76 59 99 80 97 71 in 69 to 60 81 67 180 75 95 51 90 67 81 60 67 52 101 68 83 55 88 77 92 79 79 72 86 73 96 70 87 64 Ico 73 85 72 12 84 Ca 03 76 is term Bota los Angeles by Louisville to Memphis pc Miami Beach pc Milwaukee by Minneapolis to Nashville to new Orleans to new York f Oklahoma City f Omaha pc Philadelphia pc Phoenix pc Pittsburgh to Portland by Portland Ore by Providence by Richmond is St Louis pc Salt Lake City by san Antonio pc san Diego f san Francisco f san Juan pc Seattle by Spokane pc Tampa pc w Ashington to Wichita or 27 july tides Daylight saving time High Low am pm am pm 11 8 16 8 372 5 2 18 12 9 a a j 242 58 3 8 13 9 56 la 193 44 3 53 14 11 41 la 514 3 4 3 15 la 23 la 345 13 5 21 16 12 4 12 1 45 53 6 2 obituaries funerals David Brooks Wells David e Brooks 19 of the Post Road w Elia died fonday night Aith result of is Jam suffered an automobile Accident x Virginia Beach a where he was serving with la Navy he was Bort a York. Nov it 1957 the soc of Cecil and a Neie Broon Briggs he a Grad a Tad from Wells school class of 1976, and attended the Wells Cut Gre gallon a. Church he was a member of High chapter order of Demolay of weds he was graduated from the Navy submarine school and was attending a Navy guided school surviving besides his parents of Wells Are two Brothers Jonathon Briggs and Travis Briggs of Wells two Sisters Patricia Briggs and Mona Briggs of Wells his maternal grandparents Edgar and Almyra Brooks of Wells his paternal grandparents. Clinton and Sadie Stadig of Wells an Uncle and several cousins. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St. Kennebunk. No charges made in reported robbery Public safety a. Burton Clough vandalism Saco a Laura Wilson of 14 Eagle ave reported by shot holes in a window at her Home Sanford a police Here robbed of 1150 by two males at 6 48 saturday police have concluded their in one wielding a broken bottle a vesti gation of the reported and the other a knife As he robbery of ice Cream delivery was delivering ice Cream on Man Brian Huot of Forest Lenox Street in Sanford june Park. Biddeford 29 and they say the in police say huot also vesti gation has failed to reported one of his assailants substantiate that the reported slashed his and he told crime armed robbery was police he had to obtain committed emergency medical treat no charges will be brought ment in connection with the a detective Wheeler reports Parent unfounded report. Sanford police were unable to Sanford police det Donald confirm huot i report but Wheeler says. Says police decided against according to the initial bringing any charges against report to police. Huot was huot. The incident is under investigation. Police say. Electrical fire Sanford firefighters responded at 7 23 . Saturday to an electrical fire at the Home of Carroll Johnson. 27 High St., Sanford cause of the fire was a Short circuited 220-Volt line according to fire officials. Kennebunkport a. Burton Clough 67, of the Cape Road Kennebunkport died saturday in a Portland Hospital following a lengthy illness. He was born in Kennebunkport aug 19. 1909, the son of Albert la j and Mabel Huff Clough he was a retired Carpenter. Surviving Are two daughters mrs Robert Luverne Preble of Kennebunkport and mrs. Ronald Karen Spring of Worcester. Mass. A brother Arthur v. Clough of Kennebunkport four Sisters mrs Marion Cook of Portsmouth n.h., mrs. Gertrude Rowley of Provo Utah mrs Dorothy Leach of Kennebunkport and mrs. Gladys Smith of Wells nine grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be conducted tuesday at 4 at the Arundel cemetery Kennebunkport. Arrangements Are by the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St., Kennebunk Pauline Labelle murder clues sought Newport Maine up years ago when the 24-Yar-old a state police and private murder victim first Digap detectives hired by the family pea red. Of Ellen Choate together a a we re having a Tough time searched for her More than finding them it s slow work a two years before her remains Clement said were discovered june 26 near state police said in their Here a police investigator search for clues they have said sunday. Contacted police in other but most of the in states including vesti gation entered around Massachusetts the Philadelphia area said det. Cpl. Daryl Clement authorities never were Ablel Iasi victim its to it the a a a recuperating Spencer mass mrs Pauline b Labelle .59. Of 156 Greenville Sta native of Saco. Maine died july i at a Worcester mass Hospital following a lengthy illness she was born in Saco the daughter of George and Aurore i Dania i feb re she had lived in Worcester before moving to Spencer in 1963 her husband Alfred j Labelle or died in 1971 surviving Are to vim Robert Benld Arthur Gerard and Eugene Dupuis arid Paul Labelle All of Worcester Raymond Dpuia of Biddeford Maine Roger Nelson and Alfred j Labelle Orall of Spencer four daughters. Mrs George Nancy / Carpenter and mrs Paul Theresa Baker both of Worcester. Mrs Robert Mary Roulette and miss Cecil Labelle of Spencer four Brothers Edward i feb vre of Biddeford. Roland i Efevre of Saco Henry let Efevre of Worcester and Paul i Efevre of old Orchard Beach Maine four Sisters mrs Theresa Mink and mrs. Lucille Labelle both of Worcester mrs Doris Lavigne and mrs Renette Laverne both of Saco. 59 grandchildren and three great grandchildren funeral services were conducted in Spencer and interment was in Paxton. Mass movements into Aine officials have managed in recent weeks to follow her path by train to Boston but the Trail ends there he said miss Choate was headed for a teaching position in a Bangor private elementary school when she left her Media Home in Early june 1975, Clement said she never made it to Bangor police have theorized her remains were discovered about 15 feet from a county Road connecting Newport and Corinna by a local resident. Clement said investigators Are trying to track Down some of the people interviewed two burglary Biddeford Linda Valliere of 31 it. Pleasant St., Biddeford reported 172 taken from her residence Biddeford police say. Police say they have a suspect. The burglary report is under investigation police a the report was made at 2 55 . Wednesday police say. Speakers stolen Biddeford Roland Hebert of Biddeford Thacher hotel reported a pair of speakers valued at $183 stolen from a 40 Alfred St. Residence while the speakers were stored there Biddeford police say. Police say they have a suspect. In wit and Jurk it re n the theft report was made i Skoland a Richard p. At i p in sunday police say. Polchies 36. Of 95 main St., was downed line con Waterboro a firemen property. Criminal mischief Somersworth listed in satisfactory edition this morning in Maine responded to a Call on Webber medical Center s special care Road saturday afternoon and Wells unit. Stood by until Central Maine reported to polchies received multiple Power co. Linemen removed Street lights injuries in a head on collision a limb fallen on a Power line. Drive Wells Mobile. Operated by Mildred Adam. 55. Wells and a 1973 Ford pick up. Operated by Myra Cross. 35. Newmarket. New Hampshire and a 1971 Pontiac operated by David Watson 19. Wells were in collision saturday police say. The Accident occurred at the Basket Market parking lot on route i. At 3 45 ., police say. Police estimate no damages to is. Adams vehicle. $200 to Cross vehicle and $600 to Watson a vehicle there Are no further details police say. Accident Wells a a 1969 vehicle operated by Jean Vachon 18, Quebec collided with a Utility pole on the North Village Road. Saturday at 10 16 ., police say. Police estimate $1,500 in damages to the vehicle there were injuries but police had no More information. Attempted burglary Wells a an attempted burglary was reported to police saturday at 5 14 ., Eolice say. The attempted burglary occurred at the Home of Edward Jenison Wells Highland police say and a juvenile was apprehended attempted burglary Wells a a burglary was reported at route 9 at property owned by Louise g. Gray of Wells police say. The burglary was reported sunday at 9 40 ., police say and a stereo was taken police do not have an estimate on the stolen Early saturday morning near the the route 4 at 109 intersection . In South Sanford the other victim of the crash. Joseph Callahan 30, of main Street Springvale was listed in Good condition at Goodall Hospital Sanford this morning alarm sounded at i Sav police All quiet Scarborough a spokesman for Scarborough Barracks of Maine state police reports a fall quiet during the weekend two uninjured As plane flips quiet Ogunquit Eleanor Murray Shapleigh mrs Eleanor l Murray 71, of the Murray Road Shapleigh died suddenly Friday night at a Sanford Hospital she was born in Gloucester Mas july 23,1905 mrs Murray was graduated from Huston a ollege and taught schools in v College i Arundel and Shapleigh she mama funeral services were conducted this afternoon at the Heald funeral Home 61 main St., Springvale the Rev. Robert Smith pastor of the Sanford first Baptist Church officiated interment was in Oakdale cemetery Sanford Gilmanton. up a two Maine men escaped injury sunday when their single engine Cessna 165 plane crash landed in a private Field. Daniel Simmonds 24, of Sanford the Pilot and William Chou 25, of Shapleigh attempted to land around 2 30 . After the engine failed in flight. The plane struck a Boulder on the a the dispatcher at the communications Center reports no significant activity during Field and flipped end Over end and landed upside Down. A they appeared to have no the last 48 hours ill effects except they were a Little shaken said state quiet weekend police Cpl. Paul Mclean. Kennebunk the plane reportedly out of dispatchers at the Ken Biddeford Maine was owned debunk and Kennebunkport by James Littlefied of York communications centers Maine Mclean said it was report no significant police or a extensively fire activity in the past 48 state and Federal aviation hours officials investigated the persons were have broken at sea View Beach police received the report saturday at 8 45 . Vandalism Saco a mrs. Harvey Rose of 7 Eagle ave. Reported by shot holes in a window at her Home at 5 30 . Saturday police say the incident is under investigation police say. Accident Saco a a car driven by Helen Caron of Jenkins Road Saco was in collision with a car driven by Manley Penney of 54 Bradbury St., Biddeford on Jenkins Road at 7 15 . Saturday police say. Police say there were no injuries and estimate $250 damage to is. Caron s car. Larceny Saco a a purse with contents valued at $530 crash. Was also a music teacher for Many years at Thornton Academy Saco she was a member of the first Baptist Church in Sanford where she births Arthur of was organist for Many years surviving Are her widower Arthur b array Shapleigh a Stepson Earl h Murray of Sanford a stepdaughter mrs Michael i one Khattar of Madison n j., and a Slater in Beverly. Funeral Dirk tors Shi May Ani Gross funeral service .15 Spring St Sam 2s4 All Dennett a Haig mgt main sir ret Saco maim Tel 282 06 2 Emond a Conroy funeral Mollie John i Conroy or direr Tor 72 Hill is Lium Honl 284 5511 of 282 1818 Sansoucy 111,Ais funeral Horne i Stone is Biddeford 281 Imi la Mallei director journal intern i Uhl died Dally except sunday at Biddeford Maine 04005 second class postage paid Al Biddeford Maine member of the United press International subscription rates payable in and Vance one month $4 80 six months 828 he one year $57 60 National advertising reprise i Alives Are Bandon associates 750 third Avenue new York new York Webber Hospital to or and mrs Scott Smith 99 summer us Biddeford a son Dana Robert july i. To or and mrs James Gagne 13 Ryefield drive old Orchard Beach a son Matthew James july i. To or. And mrs. Dennis or. 80 Birch St., Biddeford a daughter Corrie Lynn. July i. Lotteries Manchester. . Up a the wining number drawn saturday in the new Hampshire daily numbers game was 1548 to or. And mrs Milton Wildes jr., 68 Bacon St., Biddeford a son. Nathan Earl july 2. To or and mrs. Walter Shramek. 380 Exchange St., Millis mass., a daughter Wendi Manton. July 3. To or. And mrs. Erie Cote 17 Thornton ave., Saco a son Benjamin Douglas july 3. Firearms a theft under study to or. And mrs. Roger Gagne 29 Moody St., Saco a daughter Karen Jeanne july 3. To or. And mrs. Robert Lariviere. 58 Granite St., Biddeford a daughter Stacy Fay july 3. To or. And mrs. Donald Bollard 147 Prospect St., Biddeford a daughter Amanda Marie july 4. To or. And mrs. Albert Roux Estes trailer Park Sanford a daughter Rebecca belonging to Louis Dan Accident Durand of 5640 Bordeaux Wells a 1977 coach Brassard. Quebec. Was camper operated by Donald reported stolen from Bay la forge 51, of new Yorky a Quot b08,1? at 2 54 and a 1977 Oldsmobile station Munday Ponce say. Wagon operated by Loretta theft Weigel of Moody were in a 7�?o a speedometer collision saturday police say. Sensor valued at $4 belonging the Accident occurred at 4 50 John Dudley of 15 Forbes on route i police add St a reported stolen from police estimate $300 damages Riverside Anchorage at 10 38 to each vehicle and have no a Saturday police say. Theft further details. Accident Wells a 1971 old Saco a boat accessories and a radio valued at $325 belonging to Daniel Guarino of Birch Lane old Orchard Beach were reported stolen from Riverside Anchorage at la a Saturday police say. Theft Saco a Cash amounting to $4 and belonging to Norman Wansor of Center Ossipee. was reported stolen from Riverside Anchorage at la a in saturday police say. Theft Saco a a Speed sensor and fishing equipment valued at $124 belonging to Robert Laetsch of 20 Meadow Lane was reported stolen from Riverside Anchorage at la a Saturday police say. Theft Saco a a stereo tap deck valued at $150 belonging to Richard Mack . Box 393. Portland was reported stolen from Riverside Anchorage at 5 08 . Sunday police say. Larceny Saco a an amount of $10 in Cash belonging to Fred Tourigny of 14 Vernon St., was reported stolen at ferry Beach 6 06 pm sunday police say. Larceny Saco a a Plant valued at $10, belonging to Donna Bryant of 87 Elm St. Was reported stolen at 8 11 . Sunday police say. Burglary Saco a two suitcases. A portable radio and food valued at $85. Were reported stolen from Cabin i at and Cabins on the Portland Road at 11 39 . Sunday police say. Agrippina Low of West Scarborough owner of and Cabins filed the report police say. Vandalism Saco a police say the rear window of a pick up truck parked at Frank Gallo Chevrolet on route i was smashed at 3 41 . Monday. Fire Saco a firefighters report extinguishing a motorcycle fire on route i by the Dairy Queen at 10 04 . Saturday. Fire officials estimate minor damage to the motorcycle owned by Lucien Berry of 24 Emery court Biddeford. Dump fire East Lebanon a dump fire was reported Here sunday. According to a spokesman for the fire department the fire was reported at 10 30 a And was extinguished 20 minutes later. Twelve firefighters responded to the Call the spokesman said. Brush fire Parsonsfield a Brush fire in a Field near it. 153 Here took firefighters four hours to extinguish sunday. A department spokesman said the fire started in a pile of Cut Brush and tree limbs at about to a Ten firefighters were sent to the scene and All out was sounded at 2 . The cause of the fire is unknown. Stove fire Biddeford firefighters extinguished a Gas stove fire monday at 6 25 a At 28 Bacon St., a fire department spokesman says. No damage was reported he says. The stove apparently flared up and ignited some nearby papers according to the spokesman. Oil taken Biddeford a four cans of motor Oil valued at $4 were reported stolen from the Getty service station at 151 Elm St., Biddeford police say. Police say they have a suspect the theft report was made at 4 29 pm sunday by a service station employee police say. Car theft Biddeford a Lisa Davis of log Cabin Road Arundel reported at 7 20 . Saturday that her car was stolen while it was parked at 202 Elm St., Biddeford local police say. The car was recovered at 9 15 saturday police say. No arrests have been made in connection with the reported theft police say. Theft Biddeford Charles Beaudoin of 48 water St., Biddeford reported an eight track tape deck and two speakers valued at a total $95. Were stolen from his car while it was parked in front of his House. Biddeford police say. Police say they have no suspects the theft report was made at 9 42 a in saturday police say. Accident victim Dies Portland Maine up a Hope Anita Clark 19, of Maitland fla., has died of head injuries suffered in a motorcycle Accident in Rockland last month officials at Maine medical Center said. Miss Clark who was not wearing a helmet had been in a coma since she was admitted to the Hospital june 30 she died saturday. The victim had been visiting Maine with her parents and was celebrating her birthday with a Friend when they accepted rides Home with two members of the Nukk motorcycle gang miss Clark was Riding with Robert Widdecomb of Rockland Leader of the gang when a car driven by Vicki a. Williams also of Rockland turned left into a driveway and collided with the motorcycle. According to Rockland police officer Stephen Johnson mrs. Williams said she saw Only one set of motorcycle headlights those of the other cyclist and did not see the Cycle operated by Widdecomb. Conn. Fish kill being probed to or and mra. Donald Morin. Oilia Center a son Brian Robert july 7. Boston up the winning number drawn saturday in the Massachusetts lottery a number game la 1325. The payoffs in exact order All 4 digits $4160 first or last 3 digits $582 any 2 digits $50 any i digit $5. The payoffs in any order All 4 Ditta $173 first or Lait 3 digits $97 above payoffs based on $1 bets Providence r i. Up a the winning daily three digit number in the Rhode Island lottery saturday was 296 Sanford police Are investigating the reported Carn a inn a a theft of $1,200 Worth of Taco wlm Towb firearms and $300 in Cash Saco a two residents of ammunition and a portable Hagle Avenue reported by radio shot holes in their Home a department spokesman window this weekend says the items were taken a a we get complaints year from the Devotion Avenue round on by gun a says residence of William Westcott police Cape Richard Nason while he and his family were Nason says no person under on vacation last week in years old is allowed to firearms two pistols two possess a by gun unless he is shotguns and three rifles accompanied by an adult were removed from a gun a we have 20 to 30 by rifles Cabinet in weat Cotta a living and 7 to 8 Pellet pistols Here in room according to police. The station that we be con the Thieve entered the pleated a capt. Nason says House through a Side door and Nason says by guns can left by the cellar Bulkhead in confiscated from an older police say. Person if police determine the incident is under in that person is misusing a by vesti gation Tun Torrington Conn up a thousands of fish were found dead or dying by shot Breaks a a a Quot Quot econ 01 the Naugatuck River from Torrington to Waterbury Over the weekend. James b. Rokos executive director of the Torrington area health District said his office will wait for Connecticut health department Laboratory test results before deciding what caused the fish kill. Rokos said the fish May have died As a result of reduced oxygen Levels in the River caused by last weeks Low water level and hot weather. About 500 fish were found along the River Bank in Torrington. Most were of the sucker variety but some were Sunfish dance bullheads and Large Mouth Bass. The summer blood donor is a rare Bird. Be one. The american National red Cross 4

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