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Biddeford Sanford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - May 5, 1977, Biddeford, Maine A journal Tribune thursday May 5, 1977 by United press International City amp fest Hilo Pep Albuquerque c 80 54anchorage r 53 35asheville by 73 51 of Atlanta c 81 57billings c 61 35 .01 Birmingham pc 80 62boston r 61 50 06 Buffalo r 66 46. 37 Charleston s c pc 84 69 Charlotte n c. Pc 81 61 la Chicago r 72 60 1.11 Cleveland r 67 51 .33 Columbus r 73 63 .10 Dallas cd 89 72denver c 74 52des i Loines c 76 55 78 Detroit r 54 50. 35 Duluth r 62 46 .26 Elpaso pc 86 57hartford r 73 52 43 Honolulu pc 85 74houston pc 82 69indianapolis r 78 60 66 Jackson miss. Pc 84 66jacksonville pc 84 62kansas City pc 78 68 06 Las vegas c 84 60little Rock pc 79 68 los Angeles c Louisville pc Memphis pc Miami Beach r Milwaukee r Minneapolis pc Nashville pc new Orleans pc new York r Oklahoma City pc Omaha pc Philadelphia r Phoenix c Pittsburgh r Portland me cd Portland Ore. R Providence r Richmond cyst Louis pc Salt Lake City pc san Antonio by san Diego pc san Francisco c san Juan pc Seattle r Spokane r Tampa pc Washington by Wichita c 80ston Minneapolis new Vork Chicago by United press International Massachusetts Boston 61 5 Chatham 60 4 Rhode Island Providence 62 5< Connecticut Hartford 73 5 new Hampshire Concord 71 3 Lebanon 71 4 it Washington 39 3 Vermont Burlington 68 4 Maine Bangor Caribou Quot Eastport 61 3 Portland i Rumford 68 Oenver Low san Francisco los Angeles \ a Atlanta Dallas new Orleans drawing by Lisa Soucy age 9, Burns school Maine mostly sunny North East and occasional Light rain and East and variable Clouds or drizzle Likely Southwest late Ness Southwest today highs in at night lows in the 40s the 50s 14c along the coast to occasional rain or drizzle Likely the 60s 18c Inland tonight Friday followed by partial increasing cloudiness with a Clearing in the Southwest. Highs Chance of showers North and in the 50s North and East to 60s May tides Daylight saving time High Low Aai. Pm. Am pm 51 20 7 05 7 23 6 1 37 2 137 38 8 16 7 2 31 3 108 51 9 10 8 3 26 4 079 48 10 08 legend Snow air flow showers obituaries funerals Wilfred Pelchat Sanford Wilfred Pelchat. 69. A resident of 63 Brook St., died wednesday in a local Hospital following a lengths illness he was born in Rochester. N u. Sept 6. 1907. The son of Thomas and Lucie Sylvain Pelchat he had resided Here for 55 Vears he was a communicant of St Ignatuis Church and was a retired employee of York lines inc surviving Are two daughters. Mrs Albert Dorisi Savoie and mrs Richard i Theresa i Camire. Both of Sanford a brother Romeo Pelchat of Sanford two Sisters. Mrs Ernest Irene tar Dif of Springvale and mrs Alice Quinn of Sanford and nine grandchildren a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated saturday at 9 a m at St Ignatius Church interment will be in St Ignatius cemetery ailing hours Are thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p in at the France and Boisvert funeral Home. 29 Winter St., Sanford Roland Allard Biddeford graveside services for Roland w Allard of Glenview drive. Biddeford will be conducted saturday. May 7 at pm at St Mary cemetery. Biddeford he died Jan 16. 1977 the Rev George a Adams of St Mary Church. Biddeford will officiate recent births at Goodall Sanford to or and mrs Ralph g Bernier Shelley Doliber. 106b River St., a daughter. Tiffany Lynn. On april 25 to or and mrs Richard j Saucier Charlene brochu187 West St. Biddeford a son. Joe Pete. On april 27 to or and mrs Kenneth a Hall. Rachel Gooding. Gore Road Alfred a daughter. Melissa Janice on april 29 to or and mrs Thomas k Goodhue Rebecca Calden Box 73. East Waterboro a son Christopher James on april 30 to or and mrs Dana a Perry Diane Taschereau. 304 River St a son Dana Andrewjr. On april 30 to or and mrs David a. Neville Wanda Brookst. To Box 76 West Newfield a son. David Ryan. On april 30 to or and mrs Raymond p Nadeau or Ruth Bever. To Box 758 Kennebunk a daughter Jenny Lea on april 30 Public supper will Benefit Lyman Mission Lyman a on saturday May 7 there will be a Public supper sponsored by the knights of Columbus of Biddeford to Benefit the building fund of St Philip Mission the supper will be held at the Cousens memorial school in goodwins Mills Village on route 35. Between the hours of 4 and 7 p m tickets will be available at the door. The menu will include baked Beans Macaroni Ham. Coleslaw Rolls dessert Coffee or milk Sanford High reunion set Sanford a the 50th reunion of the Sanford High school class of 1927. Will be held saturday june 18 at the town club Hall officers of the planning committee announced that reservations will be available through june i by contacting Hazel Brackett Alfred. 324-2721 or Eleanor Clark. 4 Cross St., san Ford 324-2087 lottery numbers Augusta. Maine up the Maine lottery commission has announced this week s w inning numbers Are 015 958 Sweden has twice As Many Hospital Beds per capita As the United states Community Public safety beat alls quiet Alfred a a spokesperson at the York county sheriffs department reports no significant activity during the last 24 hours All s quiet Ogunquit the dispatcher at the Ogunquit communications Center reports no significant activity during the last 24 hours trash fire Sanford a fire department officials report that firefighters responded to a trash fire in a gravel pit belonging to Gerard Genest off Amherst Street. Tuesday at 12 51 p m no activity Sanford a Sanford fire department officials report no significant activity the past 24 hours no reports Kennebunk dispatchers at the Kennebunk and Kennebunkport communications centers report no significant police or fire activity in the past 24 hours Barracks quiet Scarborough the state police report no significant York county activity in their records Tor last night or this morning vehicle recovered Wells a car was found at the Black Granite Quarry off Boyd Road wednesday at la 40 a in., police say the late Model Plymouth duster was lodged Over a Cliff police say. And the vehicle was missing three tires a radio License plates and the Back window was broken according to Poller the vehicle belongs to David Kane of Rockland mass the vehicle was not reported stolen police say. And there is no official estimate of damage. ,4 h rash Saco a two cars in collision at main and Beach streets Here yesterday evening about 6 45 resulted in $1,400 in damages. Police say in collision were a 1972 Ford station Wagon driven by Wendy Peterson. 19. Of 75 North St. Saco and a 1970 Oldsmobile driven by William Martel. 56 of Ocean Park Road Here. The Ford incurred $1,000 in damages the Oldsmobile incurred $400. According to police estimates. Stubborn fire old Orchard Beach the old Orchard Beach fire department fought a stubborn fire at the town dump last night for four and one half hours a department spokesman said this morning that trucks and firefighters were called to the dump on Smith wheel Road at 5 50 p m two tank trucks a pumper and a ladder truck were sent to fight the fire. Which spread into the wooded area behind the dump. Men and equipment returned to the station at 10 27, the spokesman said All quiet old Orchard Beach the old Orchard Beach police report no significant activity during the past 24 hours Noble High school names Honor students Faith at work plans open House saturday Sanford a Faith at work open House will be held saturday. May 7, at North Parish congregational Church from 9 30 a m to 3 30 p m Faith at work is a nondenominational sharing Fellowship of laymen its prime objective according to a spokesman is to unite laymen within their churches and in As Well the Rev Don Smith of Buxton and George Curtis of Portland will be featured speakers at the workshop congregational singing and Small group sharing will Complete the Day s program All members of the Community and surrounding towns Are invited to attend guests Are asked to take a Light lunch Coffee and goodies will be provided for snacks the planning committee consists of members from the Sanford United methodist Church. North Parish congregational Church. Notre Dame Catholic Church. Springvale first Baptist Church. North Alfred Baptist Church and Limerick congregational Church Clifford Davis of North Parish will serve As coordinator for the open House babysitting services will be provided Berwick the Honor Roll for the third term has been announced at Noble High school receiving All a s. With satisfactory or outstanding in Effort and conduct were seniors Mark Edgerly Cathy Gerrish. Lisa Guptill. Karen Hett. Bob Martel. Doug Potter. Amy Ramsey. Robin Spencer and Karen Westman juniors Linda Hett. Kim Houle. Lynne Ploof. And Stephen Shaw sophomores Janet Abbott Judy Leone and Diane Williams freshmen Karen Sheean. And Dawn Worster honors a All a s and b s with satisfactory or outstanding in Effort and conduct seniors Dan Allyn Tony Archer. Pam Beane. Stacie Beaudoin Dana Bennett. Dana Brooks. Marjorie Brown Liz Bumford. Dan Doucette. Cindy Goodwin a indy Gould. Wesley grass. Carve Hillson Martha Huestis. George Mathews William Mathews. Karen Milton. Kathy Philbrick Robert Phillips Darlene Ramsdell. Joanne Rancour. Sue Rich. Al Robbins. Joanne Stuart. Linda Thompson. Felecia Vigneault. Donna Vincent and Barbara Wood juniors Robin Brown Lisa Clippert. Alan Dupuis. Donald Folsom. Diane Gale Pauline Goulet. Sue match. Mike John son. Chm Mckinnon. Charles Mclaughlin. Peter Narushof. Charles neibling. Brian pippin Deb Porter. Larry Reynolds. Sharon Shibles. Orrie Woods and Joev Wyman. Sophomores John Adler Pam Barrows. Beth Boston. Sandy Chadbourne. Tammy Chad Bourne. Marjorie Chapin. Laurie Cincotta. Nelson Clement. Kathy Davis. Cindy Dimon. Margaret Donahue. John Doiron. Jackie Dumont. Denise Fortin. Pam Fortin. Dawn Gilpatrick. Martha Guptill. Barbara Hoffman. Jeff Holshouser. Kathy Hurd. Nancy Erbacker. Linda Lane. Sue Layne. Joy Maddox Tom Mountain. Eliot Perry. Stephen Roy. Melissa Sargent. David Sheein. Mark Stuart. Hannah Treadwell. Denise Wallingford and Brenda Watterson freshmen Julie Almeida. Patty Ashline. Julie Boardman. Walter Boston. Donna Farley. Ernest Crevelint. Dan Crowther Jeff Dehart. Diane Duckworth. Galle Dufault. Paula Eaton. Sue Estes. Michele Fortin. Robin in Karen Hall Angela Hanson. Heidi Hanson. Margaret Levasseur. Laurie Mathews Beth Mckinnon Joyce Mcl Laughtin William Neal Erin o Brien. Sandra Page. Sandra Pilalas. Linda Polk. Lorraine Robinson Julie Ronayne Ada Russell. Nancy Stevens. Becky Strong Lisa Swett. Robin Vaillancourt. And Tisha Wood National Maine goofing off hits Young at heart Farmington Conn up a the symptom include lethargy difficulty Coneen to atm restlessness feelings of tension and the blahs its nothing serious lust Spring lever says or Allan Tasman assistant professor of psychiatry at the i it varsity of Connecticut health Center the Best thing to do for it he says. Is just relax and enjoy it clinically the ailment is called a syndrome a the most serious cases seem to strike the Young at heart he said the Onset is usually around the same time As the Trees and plants begin to Bud Tasman said we definitely see inure people in the Spring and fall with mood changes no one really knows Why but it s a Del mite tact people who Are Young in spirit seem to be inflicted with More severe cases a he said theories about the cause Are pure conjecture Tasman said but he thinks it Mas be related to the reawakening of nature during the springtime animals that hibernate Wake up in the springtime it May be possible that we re All waking up in the same was alter the Long Winter a he said yet Tasman said the syndrome appears to be a a Universal not restricted to areas with marked seasonal changes nor does your age sex or social status matter he added having grown up in the South i can vouch it occurs there he said Spring fever can be either too late for classifieds Black Labrador lost in Lyman area wearing a harness Call m 7951 Al Ner Al Iii Heiti Litsy pleasant or unpleasant depending on your Outlook on life the fever makes optimists become More exuberant while pessimists Are Likely to interpret the feelings of tension and restlessness in a negative Way Tasman save card of thanks Shumway and Gross funeral service 15 Spring St. Saco 284 Shu Dennett 4 Craig 165 main Street Saco Maine Tel 282 to Emond 4 Conroy funeral Home John p Conroy or dire Tor 72 Hill St Biddeford 284 5511 or 282 1818 Sansoucy y Blais funeral Home i Stone St Biddeford 283 Msj r Martel director journal Tribune published daily except sunday at Biddeford Marne 04005 second class postage Nard at Biddeford Marne 04005 member of the United press International subscription Rales payable in Advance me month $4 to six months $28 80 one year. $57 60 National advertising represent lattes Are Lindon associates. 750 third Avenue new York new York i wish to thank the nurses or Festino friends and family for the Many cards and Flowers shelved during my stay at the Webber Hospital also father Roy and father Plourde of St Joseph s Parish Rose Alma Goudreau card of thanks we wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to All our relatives friends and neighbors to Rev Keirstead members of the free Baptist Church huffs Florist and employees for All the Flowers cards and kindness we also want to thank in Belmont or Martin the staff of Goodall Hospital Maine medical Center and the Sanford ambulance attendants Tor the excellent care they gave our loved one god bless you All mrs Raymond Broadbent or and mrs Star i toe Broadbent or and mrs James Wilson he s just got bus driving in his blood Sacramento. Calli up police figure a 14-year-old boy accused of stealing a Sacramento City bus and driving it too Miles to the Nevada state Lute must be a frustrated bus the youth. Arrested after he and a 9-year-old Friend crossed the state line reported in took buses twice previously this year from a bus storage lot and drove around the City for several hours once he was stopped by a patrolman and another time he returned the vehicle on his own a that boy must really want to drive a said a police sergeant a he has to be a frustrated bus Jim Browne a to inc. Springvale depot Quot our Businell nut i no Uuro Quot Sanford Telephone Wiering Servic e less than 5r an hoi r 324-3820 or 324-3821 18 yrs. Of service Mckinney family gop caucus sounds primary death Knell a Star Augusta. Maine up the Senate Republican caucus is supporting an amendment for the Bill that would establish a presidential primary and then change it to a preferential ballot to coincide with Maine s regular june primary the measure was on the Senate Calendar for action today of gop senators remain United the decision of the caucus tuesday appears to end any likelihood of Maine joining Massachusetts and Vermont in moving toward a new England regional primary the Bill sponsored by rep Judy Kane a Waterville originally would have tied the Maine primary to Date of the new Hampshire primary in an Effort to end the first in the nation a status of that state s election but the House bowing to Senate objections As Well As those of some of its own members amended it last week to make the Date the first tuesday in March of presided hat election years the same Date Massachusetts and Vermont hold their elections sen Olympia Snowe r Auburn agreed to offer the amendment to eliminate a provision binding delegates to National conventions on the first ballot and making the Date the same As Maine s regular june primary of the amendment is accepted by both Bouses the advisory election would All alter the Republican and democratic state conventions at which delegates Are Selsted Senate president Joseph Sewall r4 old town who had been outspoken in his opposition to the original Bill called mrs Snowe s amendment a a Good solution a but sew All warned the caucus it would have to remain United Bec Ause the democratic Monon to would Vole As a bloc on the Issue. Several senators commented that holding the election As a pre Eren Nui primary with the june primary would avoid the is Tunaley 9100 Udo in Coats Lur a special presidential primary something special just for you Fuji Mal com car Ofiu _ re seafood and Qin Jim custom Dot res dining room in Hehl be monday thru saturday breakfast. Lunch canner taxes have caused troubled times of to be a kid again laughter rings As Tabby a Hind Paw tickles Jonathan Gillis s of Biddeford As he struggles with the stray cat on a Sunn ing fever Day. Goofing off is the re Esprit this Lime of year with the Young at heart giving Little thought to school chores or Job Jon is the son of or. And mrs. Ronald e. Gillis 26 Harrison ave. Photo by Dick Danforth Chicago up thai National rite of Spring a income tax time a brings loud groans from every wage earner bul everyone is re signed to the ordeal in the past however taxes caused revolutions and executions not just groans in this country and others according to the world Book encyclopedia the French revolution Wax ignited in part by unfair taxation which led to the storming of the Bastille the a reign of and the executions of Marie Antoinette and King Louis Xvi the american revolution grew partly out of colonial protests when colonists rebelled against the sugar act of 1764 the stamp act of 1765 and the Townshend acts of 1767 which placed duties on Tea and other products a this provoked a Boycott of British goods and the Boston Tea party soon after the War was on to accept food stomps Sanford Dairy 3246336 foe Home my

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