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Biddeford Saco Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Biddeford, Maine Biddeford-5co journal tuesday july 18. 1967 indicts Fri North Carolina county official Salisbury. Pc. Add the Rowan county registrar of deeds j was among 12 North Carolina j men arrested by Fri admits today on charges of conspiring to prevent racial integration of schools in two counties. The conspiracy the Fri a Aid was carried out by shootings into Homes dynamite no businesses burning churches and residences. Making threatening Telephone Calls and burning crosses. Lames Wayne Davis 41, of China Grove the Rowan county registrar of deeds was among the first arrested and brought to Federal courthouse in Salisbury shortly alter Daybreak the Fri recommended $2,500 Bonds for Davis and the other 11 men at their arraignment before . Commissioner John l Mol so miser. In Washington. Any. Gen. Rani Sev Lark said the men were arrested on Bench warrants issued monday in Dis i strict court at Greensboro. They were charged with conspiring to deprive citizens of constitutional rights a by ads of terrorism and intimidation a the Federal grand jury indictment. Covering the period from nov. 1, 1905, to tiie present said the purpose of the conspiracy was to prevent school officials from operating schools in Row an and Cabarrus counties a in a racially free manner a it also said the men tried to prevent racially integrated participation m federally aided Edu cation and poverty programs the indictment said the men tried to prevent racially integrated partic mation in federally aided education and poverty programs. To indictment was returned in Greensboro last Friday but not made Public until today. Those arrested in addition to Davis included Homer d. Blackwilder 50, Concord win mrs Cora w Tarbox of 512 Rcd Edward Bridge 28. Kan Pool Road Biddeford. Widow Napolis Marx Wayne Day vault of Fred a Tarbox died lat 27. Kannapolis Robert Phil night in a Biddeford Hospital More Hill. 31 Concord after a length illness. A May Uoc Hornbeak 2<, con funeral arrangements Are Cord Ronald Lee Mullis. 2 incomplete and Are in charge Concord Charles Alexander or of the Dennett and Urgen. China Grove Nolan Hardin funeral Home. 385 Mam St. Say it a it. 14 Kannapolis. Clifton Carn Wayne Shaver 27, Rockwell. Donald Paul Stewartjr. 3� it Concord Bobby Gene Wagoner 21, Kannapolis. Deaths miss Sadie Clark Kennebunk a miss Sadie l Clark. 74. Of Kennebunk died yesterday in a Biddeford Hospital. She was born in Kennebunk. The daughter of John r and Sarah Littlefield Clark on june is. 1893 and for 49 years operated Nichols store in Kunne Viss Clark was a member of Christ Church. Christ Church women a Fellowship Circle 4. A 50-Vear member of Ivy Temple. Pythian Sisters t and also a member of past chiefs. Pythian Sisters. She is survived by three Sisters miss Louise Clark. Mrs. Frd Welch my mrs Floyd Russell All of Kennebunk one Niece and several nephews. Funeral services will be held thursday at 2 from an Grill funeral Home 9 Dane St., with Rev Fred Holmbers. Minister of Christ Church officiating. Interment will be in the family lot of Hope cemetery. Friends May Call it the funeral Homo tomorrow evening from 7 to 9 Napoleon Martel Napoleon Martel. 72. Of 83 water St. Biddeford. Died tins morning it a local Hospital Fol Jow no an illness car is. He was born in Biddeford april 4 1895, son of Napoleon and Mary Bousquin Man 1. And was educated in Biddeford schools. Survivors include s brother. Arthur of Sao and a is Ter mrs georgian Parent Hills Beach. Funeral Servit is will be held thursday morning at 9 from St Andre s Church. Friends May Call at Sansoucy funeral Home 1 Stone St. Biddeford tonight from 7-10 and tomorrow from 2-4 and 7-10 . Mrs. Cora Tarbox personals mrs. Catherine Bass of 2 St. John St. Old Orchard Beach is a surgical patient at Webber Hospital. Mrs. Mecla Boutin. 123 Hill St., Biddeford is a patient at the notre Dame Hospital. A patient at the notre Dame Hospital is mrs Alma la Mirande 59 High St Biddeford mrs. Bertie Spencer 34 St. Biddeford is a patient at the Webber Hospital Rose Gagnon of 9 Wilson St., Biddeford is a patient at Maine medical Center Portland. Lucille Roberge Biddeford has left for new York on a Guy ing and pleasure trip. Seaman apprentice Donald n. Croteau. Us son of or. And mrs. Ronald l. P. Croteau of 74 Pike St., Biddeford is serving aboard the guided missile destroyer Barney in the South China sea. Seaman recruit Donald e. Vire user 19, son of or. And mrs. Joseph e. Yirce of 2 Mel in ave. Old Orchard reach has completed his two weeks of annual Active duty for training at the naval training Center. Great lakes 111., and has returned to his local naval Reserve unit. Seaman recruit Robert h. Lizotte i sir. 17, son of or. And mrs. Joseph e. Lizotte of route 1, and Seaman recruit Frank t. Russell i sir. 19. Son of or Raymond f. Russell of 54 cat Moussam Road All of Kennebunk. Have completed two weeks of annual Active duty for train aug at the naval training Center great lakes 111., and have returned to their local naval Reserve unit. Seaman recruit Benoit a la a Lardy user 18. Son of or. And mrs. George Palardy of pm foes St., Seaman recruit Richard p. Jacques i sir. 18. Son of or. And mrs. Phillip r. Jacques of 203 Kim St. And Seaman recruit Richard ii. Bedard user 19. Son of or. And mrs. Leonidas a. Bedard of 12 Yale St. All of Biddy Ford have completed two weeks of annual Active duty for training at the naval training Center Ireat lakes 111., and have returned to their local naval Reserve unit. The weather. 7wrv foggy fog tonight. Lowest temperatures in the 50s. Wednesday variable cloudiness with lingering fog along the coast and Chance of a few Brief showers. Little temperature change wednesday. Sky watchers report new flying Saucer London and from Switzerland to Britain night sky watchers reported today a new a flying Saucer a Story and some observers expressed belief an artificial satellite had broken july High a. P. 9 02 9 20 10 02 10 14 11 02 11 08 11 50 11 50 12 38 1 20 12 44 1 26 2 06 2 m 3 38 4 26 5 14 6 08 7 08 2 02 2 44 3 26 4 08 4 56 5 14 6 38 7 32 tides Low a. P. 2 50 ,3 444 445 326 207 027 448 269 089 4410 3211 1412 0212 56 Surveyor 4 still silent is up. The fireballs travelling at satellite Speed were reported around 1 15 . From Geneva Strasbourg. Paris and the Kentish coast of England. The Royal air Force at mansion in Kent said what looked like a Ball of fire probably was manmade space hardware breaking up As it re entered the Earth a atmosphere. Rq2 Eric Swales coast guard fi.�?~3g chief at Deal spotted several objects through his binoculars pc and agreed with the satellite theory. Swales said his station was flooded with Telephone Calls Mosty from people fear i fill that an Airliner was crashing. Ships in the North sea said they sighted the object or objects travelling North variously from Northwest to Northeast. Authorities in Paris were besieged with inquiries about something a going very fast and Crew of an ferry off 3 02 3 50 4 44 5 38 10 14 11 02 12 0r 1 02 Pasadena. Calif it a Jet propulsion Laboratory or Quot scientists pessimistically Contin j English Channel used to search today for the Rea Job epic Aid 0,1 e group of at son that Surveyor 4 stopped last of a a objects resembled or talking sunday night. An a .k.h,s the 2.290 Pound vehicle scientists said there were no transmitter quit relaying Sig known comets around but the nals seconds before it was to possibility of meteors could not land on the Moon. Experts tried be ruled out monday to Rouse a response but. So quarters were inclined were unable to determine to a Arne a freakish summer whether survivor 4 had landed u a her. Hot. Humid weather or crashed a As produced some violent elec Surveyor was to land on the rival Nile Bast few Moon to Prospect for Iron near Days. The Geneva Airport Ohser i v a a a \ amp it or a a i ing particles in the soil and the operation to Earth. Beach parking lot fees to be discussed Satorv speculated that the Light from the descending Moon closing electrically charged Cloud could have played some trick -. People in the news by the associate a press London apr 1/ord Snow Don. Husband of Prncess Margaret is an enthusiastic recruit to the ranks of High flying water Kite skiers. He soared 70 feet and re Mamed airborne 10 minutes during his initial attempt at a water ski Culb West of Ramdon Friday. A it is one of the most exhilarating experiences 1 can remember a lord Snowdon. 37, said after the flight. A i recommend it to anyone who likes to live a craftsmen at Bath company go on strike club ? a supper meeting of the past Noble grands association of Saco i Lodge will be held tomorrow evening begin neg at 6 30 at the Home of mrs Nanry Rumery Granite Point Biddeford old Orchard Beach several parking lot operators registered complaints with the us treasurer May be Man Washington a an year tradition that a woman victim for the moment is Ronald Cloutet who demonstrates one of the attractions at the Saco Centennial fair scheduled for saturday july 29, at Trinity episcopal Church grounds Corner of main and Cleveland streets Saco. Centennial Polaroid photos of the antiquated punitive measure in operation will be taken by fair photographer Raymond Carter note Gleeful Grin of Arthur Luot right and apprehensive look of mrs. Dianne Heim left. They May he next the fair will follow a Centennial Celebration Parade. 18 be United states Washington a mrs Lyndon b. Johnson plans to join 2,000 needy children of the Washington area at a matinee performance of a King Arthurs wednesday. The youngsters Are taking part in special summer pro Grams for the put on by the District schools mrs. Johnson will go to the Shady Grove music Faur in nearby Gaithersburg. for the performance by Phoenix productions a professional children s theater group from Philadelphia. Bath a nearly craftsmen at the Bath works corp. Here went on today demanding increased wages and better vacation packages. The men. Members of the Bath Marine craftsman association. Get up pickets around the ship building Plant. A spokesman said striking workers have no strike fund and will be without pay while the walkout lasts. Work at the Plant was not affected As members of major unions were still on the Job John a Conley jr., big personnel director and chief company negotiator said a do spite the Trike duration n salvation the Biddeford veterans of foreign wars Post will meet at 7 3<i tonight at Biddeford City building. Salon 598, eight and for 120 to will meet at 8 thurs Iron Day at the Home of mrs. Trike Yvonne Bergeron 7 Gertrude avc., Biddeford. Treasurer of the could he ending. It s been nine months since town Council last night Over mrs. Kathryn o Hay Granahan Tiv allegedly Low rates now be a former member of Congress ing charged by the municipal com Philadelphia resigned As parking lot. Treasurer because of ill health. Phe municipal parking lot her signature however still operated by the Park commis appears on the lower left Corner sum charges 50 cents for Park of a new paper Money it a wlm a my from 8 . To Midnight remain there until her while the private lots charge named several times this amount. Government insiders now Sav plus additional fees for evening the Job will g0 not ,0 us Thor parking according to i own woman the last four treasurer manager Leon f. Jones. Jones have been Avo Man but to that one of the main Siam t Howell a career Tri As reasons for keeping the Price Ury department Emp love who Low on the municipal lot was now Deputy treasurer to alleviate on Street parking has been a North Vietnam South Street underestimates Bridge will United states stay closed Oxford fire report will be released Honolulu apr Arim the South Street Bridge Mer . Grant Sharp commander Thacher Creek will of american forces in the pacify dosed to traffic for Augusta apr the state Torney general a office is sex remain parted to release wednesday of at least facial findings of an i Vestiga in says the North vietnamese successor underestimate the determination of the United slates to win the War in Vietnam a we Are much More determined than the North Vietnam Ese the four Star Admiral said monday in an inter four months. The Structure which was the victim of a washout a Short time Back has been deemed unfit for repairs and state and county Aid is being oratory reports were expected lion into a july t fire at Oxford which claimed eight lives. Richard s Unhan. An As it i Tant at Sornev neral. Said today lab construction of a and is How Ell. Problems which Are a head i a a a acting treasurer since View at his Camp h m Smith ache to police this time of Jai 0et an of to try mini Headquarters overlooking Pearl Harbor. Sharp report Howell streets Biddeford. Involving strik arc proceeding on Boise Idaho apr Mark a Lindsay Leader of the Rock no Roll singers Paul Revere and the raiders was fined $95 for a traffic offence monday and warned to a slow Down because you set an example for the younger Lindsay 25, of Beverly Hills calif., was Given the Fine and advice he Justice Frank Halfant or. After pleading guilty to speeding on a county Road. Departments my employees the Trike called pc Ter Day alter failure of negotiations attended by Federal and state mediators. The dispute centers around wages paid holidays and Vacal lion time. The Union is asking for a total wage increase of 7.5 per cent spread Over next three years. The company offered total wage boosts of 6 5 it or rent during the three year period s retirement m a i n ast act. 13. Blue Feather Council. Degree year. Department officials of Pocahontas will meet Hie Council recommended Raj have Rock Mmry i. H thursday at 7 30 at to that the Park commission meet for the 890-a-vr in not foyer Corner of Fos and poo with the private operators for under present Law the treas a discussion of rates. Uror is by the presi Ini addition the Council Autho in an j confirmed by the sen rued official car stickers for ale. But there have been rumours town officials and business who he might must Park on the Street near civil their place of business to be controlled and issued by the a meeting of the girl guards town manager and the chief of Ages 11-18 will take place police. Wednesday at 6 30 p. In the in other business the Council Anne Hall 91 Union authorized an expenditure of Church notes \ ave., old Orchard Beach. The Lyinus Baptist goodwins Mills will service wednesday it followed at 8 p. In., adult choir rehearsal. Church have a 7 p. In. By the the mid week Praver and Praise service will to c place wednesday at 7 30 p. at Biddeford United Baptist Church. Biddeford resident makes Deans list >210 toward the red Cross swimming program which will be conducted next week at coaches Day Camp on Olympia Avenue. Also o k cd was a contract uth Robert l. Girard local dumber and heating contractor for repairs to the fire department Furnace. The Cost of the project has not yet been determined. The Council instructed License inspector Leslie Wyman to Institute Legal action against persons who have violated the License ordinance by be placed under service. Several prominent women mentioned in speculation As pos. Sible treasurer have obtained other jobs. These include for Mer sen. Maurine Neuberger. I ore., miss Genevieve blast. For Mer Secretary of internal affairs for Pennsylvania and mrs. Marjorie Lawson a former or Nch he District of Columbia judge. The last Man to hold the Job a and he was treasurer for 16 years was w a. Julian who died in 1949. His successors were Georgia noise Clark. Ivy Baker priest Elizabeth Rudel Smith and mrs. Granahan in that order. Said the North Viet a think that with ail these demonstrations they hear so much about that we re about to null out of Vietnam a a they re completely wrong a said Sharp whose command area involves 85 million Square Miles and nearly a million people he said the communists a must realize they can twin. A they must be to veg to outlast us. Hoping tin it ame thing will happen to the French in the Case of the decided not to sought for the new Bridge. Following the washout erosion the City a contractors to Survey age and the decision was unanimous that the Bridge was. In its present condition unsafe. Repairs a is said would not re med the unsafe condition. Contacting the state City of to he completed and results of the probe released wednesday. Cohen said outside experts had ked several called in to Check evidence the dam at scene after a premature disclosure by a department investigator the investigator now off the ease said the fire was of incendiary origin but Hil statement was repudiated. Killed in the fire were an Mother her finals were told that the state Oxford Mother her four Chil and county would look into the in n two servicemen and a matter after customary Emir teen age new Hampshire girl. A Bible study and prayer service will be conducted wednesday at 7 30 . At Faith Tabernacle pentecostal Church a. Atlantic Avenue and foiling to obtain a License this Corner third Beach. Of Street Avenue old Orchard car Boston a named to the Dean s list at Wentworth in i tute Here for the second semester was John c Gay 37 Pike St., Biddeford. Maine who is majoring in aeronautical and space engineering technology. Wentworth trains Industrial and Enyi nearing technicians Init National a methodist Aduf Avis f a a to an Asso Street Kennebunk. I or i land Ai it a a fourth elate in engineering degree or _ certificate in Industrial technology. Salt Price fixing Case discussed the youth choir of the Good wins Mills methodist Church. Lyman will rehearse at the Church wednesday at 6 30 p. worship services Are conducted each wednesday at 6 45 . In Christ Church Congro Dane old Orchard Beach mrs. Clement p. Wight dial 934-2015 pre trial conference in a Salt Price fixing Case was held in . District court Here today. Attorneys for the states of Maine new Hampshire and Vermont met with lawyers for four Salt companies to discuss a possible out of court settlement firms involved arc Morton Salt co., Diamond Crystal Salt co., International Salt co. And Cayuga Salt co., inc. The states charge the companies fixed prices on Salt sold for Road use from 1966 to 1961, Maine cameraman featured in show Christian science society. 19 Winter Street. Saco will hold a service wednesday evening a r 45. The Reading room will be open to the Public on thursday Date noon from 2 to a a prayer service will he held Vyeda at 7 p. M., in the Advent Christian Church route 35, Kennebunk lower Village. Hit run Accident reported at Beach will he 7 30 p. Baptist \ prayer service will take place wednesday at 7 in the v Village Baptist Church Kennebunkport. Orono a a 30 year old Maine photographer. Loo Cha Bot is featured in a one Man show of his photographs Many of them Maine scenes in the a a lobby of the memorial i Moni Community Bible study budding at the University of conducted wednesday at Maine. M., at the Ogunquit the show is one of several Church. Shore Road arranged by the Art. Department for the summer arts festival which runs through August. Old Orchard Beach a Chabot who is the son of police Are seeking the owner of or. And mrs. Leonide Chabot a car who was involved in a hit of Kennebunk was graduated and run Accident on Temple from Kennebunk High school Avenue yesterday. And Boston University and at police say a car owned by i j tended Rochester Institute Chael Ford of 42 Temple ave., technology for advanced old Orchard Beach was struck Dies in photography while it was parked and sustain currently the Rockland cd an estimated $235 damages. Mireau chief for the Bangor july news Chabot has been Leie Ted in photography since funeral directors he was a High school student. During his College career he was employ cd As a Cominer Cial and landscape photograph or. And mrs. Edward men Gert and three sons of feast Rvivle a. Arc guests of her parents or. And mrs. Robert Bellevue of Grove ave nue for the month. Or. And mrs. Roger Hanson and family Are spending a week at Ossipee Lake. Mrs. Marjorie Chase and family of Concord it. Were guests of or. And mrs. Carl Gilbert and daughter of Lane Over the weekend. Miss Nettie Camp and Ward have returned to Johnsbury it. After weeks vacation Here. away and going Back to by the a Loci Ted press North Vietnam which would be Bod Hisaya India it apr All right with us. Or it might end steady Monsoon Rains returned by them deciding to to Bihar state monday for the first time in three years but famine will continue in the area at least until the Harvest Date this year. Emergency food programs for millions of persons Are expected to continue into december. Although government sources have not confirmed and starvation deaths Relief workers estimate 10.000 such deaths in Bihar Eastern utter Pravesh Northern Adhya Pravesh and two areas of West Bengal. Geney procedures were taken a petition signed by Biddeford councilmen will be sent to the state Highway commission and the county commissioners and City officials will meet with representatives of both units. A a the measure is accepted on to us that tiap pwned la it see funds from these two should cover 55 it cent of construction costs with the City footing the remaining 45 per cent. City clerk Norman o. Racine said state officials indicated that construction com begin in three months if the request was approved. Construction would probably take one month. City officials said the Bridge will remain closed until reconstruction As one of the Granite Walls tilts dangerously and the Overall condition of the Structure is unsafe. Through traffic can use main Street and mount pleasant Street will be used to Detour unknowing motorists. We but old old. Silver and diamonds a feb y Bros. Jewellers Thacher building Biddeford 284-8211 support the War any asked if there is a Chance of North Vietnam outlasting the Allied forces. Sharp replied a i done to think he said the phrase that the Allied forces Are winning the military War in Vietnam is Correct hut conceded that the pacification program is going a slower than we would like to see it. But its a Long slow process a Sharp said it a is pretty hard to Tell How the War will end. A it could end by the North vietnamese just gradually lad Fen sch mass Sake Richard Racine is Given scholarship Eden Ivan St. Two Field the 9-a. Mid week service will to wednesday at 730 p. At full gospel Church. Route just off route 109. Wells. Of still j by j will be held in the vestry Dai Village Baptist Church. Kunne in Bun port wednesday at 7 30 . Prayer and Bible study hour be held in the vestry of the Shumway funeral service. 35 Spring Street Saco. 284.5611. Philip h. Gross sr., director. Dennett amp m a in Street dial 282 0562. Craig 365 Saco. Maine. A Monde a funeral Home 284 5711. Frank x. Edmoud j. P. Conroy Sanford votes to Back school attendance up at state Park Augusta apr slate Park attendance in june increased 19 per cent Over last year according to the Park and recreation commission. Commission figures issued monday show 217,000 persons visited Maine a 30 Parks and his Loric Sites this june compared to 183.000 a War ago. Camden Hills and Crescent Beach Parks posted the biggest gains. New Parks at Rangeley Lake and Warren Island attracted More than 3,500 persons. A Biddeford youth has received a full scholarship for his final three years of study at the University of Colorado from the United states air Force. Richard n. Rating son of or. And mrs. Norman o. Racine 118 Cleaves St., Biddeford. Sophomore at the University this fall was selected by the air London apr the House Force based on air Force for of commons Early today extend Nuila de for another year the Price letter notifying the younger and wage controls imposed a Racine slates in Pari a a. You year ago As part of the austerity have been selected to receive an program to halt inflation and air Force Roth financial As stabilize the Pound distance Grant. You have sue the Bill gives the government Cess fully competed against top Power to demand notification of Caliper cadets at your ins Titu Vavage agreements and permits it Tion and throughout the entire to Cut off pric and pay in air Force Roth creases As Long As seven the letter further states that months. In the air Force search for com potent and profession airy mind Dublin. Ireland apr six de officer candidates Racine s months ago a party of million a interest academic achieve Aires vacationing on a yacht in ment and potential have been the Bahamas threw a bottle singularly overboard and vowed they in accepting the Grant the would build an old folks Home Biddeford youth will have wherever the bottle touched spend four years in the air land. Force As an officer a it on com the Luck of the Irish carried Cletion of school the bottle across the Atlantic exemption for paper mergers is challenged full qts. Plus Deposit still your Best buy All flavors and landed it at Bantry. County Cork where 68 year old John Mccarthy puked it up Mccarthy wrote to Henry Garber of Dublin one of those whose name was inside the bottle we Felt that not enough was being done for them a Garber said. So the 20 Rich men agreed Bon valuation jumps in Cape Elizabeth Cape Elizabeth it at it a taxable property valuation Here risen More than s2.2 Mil in the past year. Washington apr Jack r. Howard. President of Scripps Howard newspapers said today an antitrust exemption for merger or joint opera Tion of financially failing papers a is vital to tiie health of the newspaper a publisher from Chattanooga tenn., and a professor from Southern Illinois l University challenged that View. They spoke m testimony prepared for the Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee. It is considering legislation to permit the merger or joint commercial operation of newspapers when one of the publications is classified As failing. Roy Mcdonald president and publisher of the Chattanooga news free press said no matter what name is applied to a joint newspaper operating arrangement a it is still a monopoly and at this time no Eom a Peting Media can replace Bryce w. Rucker a professor of journalism said. A i fervently Hope you will not powerful wealthy men with this weapon with which they May drive the remaining Independent publishers to tiie Wall and take Over their newspapers. Those Guit publishers do not need your help. The Small ones do a How much social Security will you collect enough to live comfortably during your retirement a metropolitan family Security Check up gives you the financial facts then helps you plan for the future. A regular review of your financial health is As important As your physical Check up. This service is strictly confidential. And there is no obligation except to Thos you love. Why not Call me today or during the summer i work w we new. Or being done for them a Garber has risen More than s2.2 Mil firemen called will also be included in an sex Sanford vap a Bond is Ali Skui said so the 20 Rich men agreed Bon in the past year. Saco firemen were caned to Hibit Man his relationship to sue financing of a $670,000 re squids and octopuses Long be t0 Pool $56,000 to build a Home officials monday released Fig the Home of mrs. Delia Torre god and his world at Kenne Vional vocational -1 e c h 11 i c a 1 a Ore aircraft engineers discover wherever their bottle washed ares showing the town had a on Louden Road this Mornin Quot Bun port. He Lias also exhibit school Here Lias been approved. Jet propulsion were propel ashore Garber said he a writ total valuation of $39 1 million where a radio transformer huge de at the Brick store museum the vote of 90 person at Ink themselves swiftly by suck ten the others and is waiting far above lat year s total tax burned out and it a tin h Gnu Kennebunk and Maine and j monday 10-minute special Tow 11 my water into their bodies and for them to make Good on their Bill Are scheduled to be mailed with smoke no other dam0 Jerky Neault 284-4956 metropolitan life to Vul or Sharon conn., arts festivals meeting was unanimous. vo��., n. X. Shooting 11 out. Pledges. 1 today. Vivas reported. \

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