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Biddeford Sanford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - May 26, 1977, Biddeford, Maine 2�?journal Tribune thursday Mas 26, 1977 today s weather Windy and warm fair and turning warmer through the period High in the 70s Satur a and 80s sunday and monday Low in the 40s to Low 50s Satur Dav and mid 50s to Low 60s monday drawing by Debbie Tucker la Sanford Middle school Eastern sections and increasing cloudiness West Friday High near 60 North to near 70 South Boston a i Pic extended Outlook for new England Satur a a uth fair tonight Low 30s Dav thru sunday North to Low 40s South sunny Maine and new Hampshire new England weather in i med press International same Windy today partly sunny North and sunny South High 60s 18c North and 70s 23c in i United press City amp fest Albuquerque c Anchorage c Asheville r Atlanta r Billings pc Birmingham r Boston pc Buffalo c Charleston so r Charlotte n c r Chicago c Cleveland c Columbus c Dallas c Denver c Des Moines c Detroit c Duluth c Elpaso pc Hartford pc Honolulu pc Houston pc Indianapolis c Jackson miss Jacksonville r Kansas City pc Las vegas pc International Hilo Pep 44 pc 76 54 56 41 75 is 70 64 68 44 81 64 89 61 79 52 83 64 74 66 89 65 83 56 84 53 91 67 78 47 87 66 89 54 65 49 84 66 90 59 85 74 89 71 88 66 89 65 90 64 84 64 55 09 24 Little Rock pc los Angeles c Louisville pc Memphis pc Miami Beach r Milwaukee c Minneapolis c in r new Orleans pc new York c Oklahoma qty pc Omaha pc Philadelphia c Phoenix c Pittsburgh c Portland me c Providence pc Richmond pc St Louis pc Salt Lake City r san Antonio pc san Diego c san Francisco pc san Juan r Seattle r Spokane r Tampa pc Washington c Wichita cd Ipi 87 62 70 54 85 64 of 89 67 36 84 73 29 74 53 89 66 84 67 of 88 67 83 65 82 64 87 66 78 62 83 67 81 54 88 53 87 63 to 66 35 91 62 56 57 47 42 82 71 67 59 63 56 85 75 69 48 28 67 50 87 72 76 65 07 82 66 s a non to in it via pc Al amoo to a to 1 it a Quot at May tides Daylight saving time High iou a m. P m a m p m 26 5 3 6 la 27 6 33 7 06 2ft 7 30 7 39 11 57 12 21 12 52 1 22 1 45 obituaries funerals Mary Mogan Saco a mrs Mary Bridget Mogan 93 a resident of 18 Clark St died wednesday in a local Hospital following a Brief illness one was bom in Blackcock county Cork. Ireland. Feb 3. 1884 the daughter of John and Mary Fitzgerald Hagerty she was the widow of James f Mogan mrs Mogan came to this country 76 years ago and was a communicant of most holy Trinity Church Saco surviving Are a son Fitanides conviction upheld by High court Portland Maine i i the conviction of Theophilus Fitanides former York county assistant District attorney for -. ,. M a a failure to Stop for a officer aft a allegedly finding Clark caused a total of $<00 damage to and for Atalim a notice biking in the Pioneer Avenue two vehicles police said _ Community Public safety beat Stoke break Sanford a police have arrested 20-Vear-old Mark f Clark of 19 Vale St. Charging him with burglary in connection with a reported Early thursday morning weak into the first National store at 105 main St according to police detectives suspects the break was discovered Accident Between 2 and 3 a in As police Kenne Bink a an Accident were canvassing local stores on main Street Here this morning Mogan of Saco two daughters mrs Louise Faraday and miss Pauline Mogan both of Saco four grandchildren and six great grandchildren a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday at to a in at most holy Trinity Church interment will be in the family lot at St Mary cemetery. Biddeford calling hours Are today from 2 and for assault my a police. _ to 4 and 7 to 9 pm at the officer has been upheld by the Washington Street area with four according to a police Cosgrove funeral Home 326 Maine supreme judicial court Cartons of cigarettes under his spokesman Chi i h quiet Day at 115 pm at the main jhr4 r san Enrri Eford items valued Alfred the York county Beach parking lot the police a an r ukr san Ora were reported stolen from sheriff s department reports no save Dale e Tomeau. 24 of f f armchair Werf Neslav in i significant activity during the Maple Street driving a 1967 a fire in an air Michari r us hour Ford. Afert mint official is to vandalism us ssh Road Sudbury mass cause of the fire. Which occurred Biddeford about 75 a Ford Alicej of a a up Quot Rel a damage was reported done to Tim ate 100 damage to Comeauy a hoor1 apartment has not been forester Hall at 7 Emery St. And $50 to Nichols Lehi firmly established fire officials burglary Hidde at $246 Ruth Forbes at old Pool Road according to Biddeford police the burglary report was made at 9 30 a in wednesday police said police said they have no Biddeford police said two Cje Francis fit St Biddeford Forrest Barker Ocean Park Forrest w Barker 74 a resident of 19 Winona ave died wednesday in a Portland Hospital following a lengthy illness he was bom in White Creek n y sept 22 1902 the son of Jessica and Nellie Wentworth Barker he was graduated from Bentley College Boston. Mass. Caldwell of Arlington a sister and Troy. N y business College a it he was employed As office manager for a Belanger and sons inc Boston for 25 years retiring to this Community in 1970 he was a member of the court administrative assist ant Charles b Rodway said today the speeding conviction which touched off the december 1974 incident Between Fitanides and the police was first Parish congregational overturned Church United Church of Fitanides now faces a $500 Christ Saco and was a past Fine for the assault charge and Deacon of the Park Street a $50 Fine for the failure to Stop congregational Church of charge an official of the York Arlington county Superior court said he surviving Are his widow mrs was originally convicted for the Louise hams Barker of Ocean offences in the York county Park a daughter mrs Jane b court Rodway said Fitanides now practices Law in Biddeford t o a a 1969 Volkswagen jacket driven by Alan Hall of police report entry of the store Kennebunk collided with a pickup was apparently gained by truck driven by barn Welch of speculate the Blaze was caused Accident by a cigarette firefighters say Ogunquit police report a the residents of the apartment car Accident occurred yesterday Are or and Dennis Baker a dispatcher at a Marcotte 63. Of 58 the York area fire control ser. ,. Car Accident occurred yesterday vandalism report was t n 30 a m at Satnic Road and to police at j 30 am r t j t Moody p0ice say Alfred a police said they have a Marmite fit of 58 the York area mrs Man Gilbert of Schenectady. By. Two Stepsons. Douglas Caldwell of Saco and.,Jackson Caldwell of Arlington l.oc0 i stud gets and three grandchildren. To a a get degrees smashing the Glass in the front door reportedly taken were cigarettes and a Quantity of food. With a total value of about $35 subsequent to his arrest Clark was taken to the Sanford police station for questioning and to York county jail in Alfred for he was then transferred to Cumberland county jail pending payment of bail a set at $500 50 percent Cash Clark is due to appear in screens reportedly were Tom off windows and a window broken police said the vandalism made thursday. �?z.,c r Quot a ref i. Is Wildwood drive. Titusville Fla. Vice reports no significant fire Airport break in Trivino a 1970 Plymouth was in activity in the past 24 hours Biddeford about $150 collision with Juanita Sage. 23. Rape attempt damage was reported done to a09 Library St Hudson Saco a police Here Are a soda vending machine inside the d my 1971 Capri police is Vest gating a reported attempted office at Biddeford Airport Early fir Riaff 7 damage to Marcotte s rape allegedly committed by a today according to Biddeford juvenile wednesday at 7 03 pm police vehicle a passenger in on West Labonte Avenue accor a he machine was vandalized sagely a vehicle was Ding to a police spokesman. No p in at route i near Eldridge and an undetermined amount of to York Hospital arrests have been made in the Road police say a 1976 Mercury coms liken police said _ _ the Duger Eleanor Grivas Case operated by Arthur j Bagios 33 the report was made at 7 15 2i of Lowell mass was treated hungry thieves of 478 Chestnut ave South am thursday police said they for contusions of the Scalp and Saco a Wormwood Hackensack no collided with a have a was released a Hospital restaurant reported to police 11 Kennebunk no one was injured in the Accident which occurred at 7 53 a in. Police said Accident w Ells a police report an Accident occurred yesterday at 7 30 1972 Kawasaki motorcycle operated by Michael Bufort 21 Springvale District court june i of swamp John Road police is to answer the charges against Tim ate $700 damages to Lagios him Bentley College alumni association Russell Lodge f and am of Arlington mass Aleppo shrine Temple of Boston. Cumberland York senior citizens association triad a r chapter the Ocean Park association the funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2 p in at the Dennett and Craig funeral Home 365 main St Saco the Rev James Fletcher of the first Parish congregational Church United Church of Christ Saco at Tufts Medford. Mass a will officiate interment will be Biddeford and a Saro res it in Laurel Hill cemetery. Saco received degrees from Tufts Oes chapter confers degrees Biddeford Adah chapter order of the Eastern Star met at the masonic Temple Pool Road for a business meeting and degrees of the order representative to Ohio were exemplified worthy Matron Maitland Davis invitations were read from and worthy Patron Lawrence Mim Wanca chapter old Orchard Davis conducted the meeting it Beach for present and past was announced that master District Deputy grand matrons Mason night will be observed at night on june 6. From Mizpah june 3 and chanter Westbrook for Este College at its 121 commencement exercises sunday. May 22 at the University Campus Christine m Benoit daughter of or and mrs Paul e Benoit of 296 Granite St Biddeford a Bachelor of arts Rand Sentine Farid degree cum laude in psychology and Deborah a Hjort daughter of or and mrs Richard r Hjort of Mckenney Road Saco received a Bachelor of arts degree in history by Rig. Ary Bufort s vehicle Bufort was Biddeford a Antiques and transported to y Ork Hospital he other items valued at $4 too were was treated for minor injuries reported stolen from the 31 Cid and released a spokesperson at Ford St residence of Elizabeth the Hospital says Burns. Biddeford police said Accident about $150 damage was done to w Ells a police report a car a rear door through which the Accident occurred yesterday at 9 alleged burglar is believed to a in at route i police say a 1972 have entered the Home police Dodge operated by John b said Graves. 41. Of route 9 collided police said they have no with a 1971 Toyota operated by suspects the burglary report Vance Nyberg. 18. Of 260 East St., was made at 8 30 a in wednes Coopersville Michigan police Day police said quiet old Orchard Beach police and fire spokesmen Here report no significant activity Dur vehicle and $600 damages to ,n2 the past 24 hours Accident spokesperson Quot save. R five diners left the Camp. A. Ellis restaurant wednesday at nothing happened 9 52 p m without paying their $24 Kennebunkport a a Dis Bill. A police official said Patcher at the Kennebunkport ally a quiet communications Center reports Saco a firefighters Here Ogunquit a police report a no significant police or fire a reported no significant activity car Accident occurred last Sun Ivity in the past 24 hours. During the past 24 hours produced were Frances m Smith past grand Matron Gordon g Smith Nancy t Lowell grand the next meeting special entertainment will be presented distinguished guests in des1lets Sery ices Biddeford a mass of Christian burial for Eugene Desilets of Lighthouse Point Pompano Beach Fla and formerly of Biddeford will be celebrated Friday at 8 15 a in at St Joseph Church interment will be in the family lot at St Joseph cemetery Biddeford Catling hours Are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p in at the r g Bolduc and sons funeral Home 291 Alfred St Biddeford card of thanks chapter Westbrook for Esther night on june 9. From Cornerstone chapter Portland for ejecta night on june 15 and from w inne Gance chapter. Yar Biddeford Saco area residents 4 get degrees at St. Joseph North Windham four Jaycees wives elect officers Saco a officers of the Saco Jaycees wives chapter were elected at a recent meeting held at the Golden Harvest restaurant elected were Kathy Chasse president Pris Fradette. Vice president Shirley Frechette Secretary Cecile Roy treasurer Karen Dumais. Cor estimate $650 damages to Graves vehicle and $500 damages to Ovberg s vehicle Accident w Ells a police report an Accident occurred yesterday at route 9b no further details Are available police say letter threat to spa brings girl s arrest Sanford a police have arrested Ravena Thompson 18 of Dame Rochambeau installs new officers recently elected officers of the Dame Rochambeau installed sunday at the he Way steer House Are left to right Denise Allie Secretary Mary Jane Labelle president Marguerite Lowell vice president and Therese Frechette treasurer. Mouth for present and past received degrees at commence responding Secretary and Betsy Manor apartments. Grand representatives night on exercises at St Joseph june 15. College May 15. Rebecca s Bonenberger of 50 slides of the International Moody St. Saco received a Temple were presented by Betty Bachelor of science in Hall past Matron of Beacon professional arts degree in pay Light chapter. North Berwick cd ology Leslie a Dubuc. Refreshments were served daughter of or and mrs Leo r during the social hour by Ruth Dubuc of 345 Elm St Biddeford. Hutchins and committee received a Bachelor of arts degree in sociology and French Catherine j Lockhart daughter Kasur Ristp infpntions0 Bober j lockh.1 Rio marriage intention mag Enka encircle Sanford a the following marriage intentions Are on file at the office of the town clerk Glenhaven Circle Saco received a Bachelor of arts degree in elementary education Ana Judith e Rev daughter of or and mrs Donald j Roy of 42 Thornton Marcotte. State director plans were announced for an installation banquet to be held Friday. June 3 at the cascades inn Portland Road a dinner was served prior to the business meeting and committee reports were presented Fatima Circle holds supper charging her with harassment in connection with several threatening letters reportedly received during the past six weeks by a member of the police department police decline to reveal details of the letters the suspect was due to appear for arraignment in Springvale District court today she has been held in Cumberland county jail after failing to Post Bond Biddeford our lady of Church women meet at Beach Fatima Circle. Daughters of Isabella attended a supper and _. In supper Brent l Littlefield. 14 state ave Saco received a bachelors Ai tuesday night at St Jean i Wisi to express in it sincere Sanford and Mildred e f arts degree in sociology Hal. Adams Street the supper was served by Paulette Beaudoin and Gertrude Simoneau. Co chairmen and committee special awards were presented to Therese be mire and Patricia Marcotte games were played and prizes were presented to Jeannette Roy Aurore Dube Eva Desautels Lausanne Vermette Irene terrier Bernadette Octeau. Laura Roy. Blanche Tremblay Odile huot. Lillian thanks to the clergy or Luce 14 state St Sanford Peterlein or Kaiser nurses and nurses aides father Cloutier Fred c Andrews 44 a father Carpenter and ail my Jackson St Sanford and Bonny friends Ana relatives for the l Bazemore country club cards and Flowers sent to me Dur Road. Sanford my my slav at the Hospital Uit a a Roland Yenne c my Arl St Sanford and Bonnie Jean Mitchell. Littlefield Road Springvale Harry m Allen Pond View Circle Barnstable mass. And Doris a Whitney Kendrick s Corners Road Windsor Conn funeral directors Shumway and Gross funeral sen ice 35 Spring St Saco 284-5611 Saco Maine Tel 282 Street 0562 Emondt i Conroy funeral Home John p Conroy or director 72 Hill St Biddeford 284-5511 or 282-1818 Sansoucy Blais funeral Home i Stone St Biddeford 283-3653 r Martel director journal Tribune published daily except sunday at Biddeford Maine 04005 a second class postage paid at Biddeford. Maine 04005 member of tile United press International subscription rates payable in Advance one month $4 80 six months $28 80 one year. $57 60 National advertising representatives Are Landon associates 750 third Avenue Newyl Ork Newyl Ork i Jalbert 5 Lincoln St Sanford Dennett k Craig 365 main ave Springvale and Darlene m Home baked food Sale saturday May 28 at Zahares food liner Heath Road also. On Friday. June 3. The members will attend a noon apr Sanford mrs Quot Jeanne �?~j1? banquet at the cascades in Desrosiers Poisson of 404 Elm Portland Road. Saco the St is a surgical patient at program Wil. Include personal Fellowship meets May 27 old Orchard Beach members of the senior Fellowship will meet Friday. May 27 at 10 a in at the salvation army Center. Church Street to finalize future activities president Howard Leggett will. Conduct the meeting and final Viger Frielle Harper Emilia Pepin. Theresa Boissonneault. Clara Gauthier Blanche Neault. Pauline Marcotte. Marie Anne Neveux. Alfreda Ross Pauline Boisvert. Hugette Cote Laurette Laverne re and Blanche Thivierge Mark a Johnstone 29 Railroad p ans w u he announced for a Biddeford a members of Circle b of the women s Fellowship of the United Church of Christ congregational Crescent Street were entertained recently at the Home of Jane Haines Hills Beach Leader Gertrude Currier presented a Reading and fund raising projects were discussed the next meeting will be held aug 18 at the summer Home of Ruth Haley. Kennebunk Pond with a potluck supper to be served a social was held and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Lea Robie others present were Phyllis Johnson. Ethel Pence Madelyn Robie. Marion Dow and Rose movers Goodall Hospital speakers and entertainment the family of the late Forrest w. Barker requests that memorial donations be made in his name to the first Parish congregational United Church of Christ in Saco. White Mountain memorials St St Somers Worth . 2-Sas i e St mutes amp lady pushed Oft Active l�,0�ials of Ali. Kino pm my Tot it an insurance i lesson if it. Won t Burn can t blow Down be stolen cause a lawsuit get lost Hurt anyone then Don t insure it Ron Al j. Dubois Agency 116 main St., Sanford me. Phone 324-560q_ they paid the highest Price to insure our Freedom memorial Day 1977 Shumway Gross funeral service. Inc 35 Spring Street member the International Omer of the Golden at

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