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Biddeford York County Weekend (Newspaper) - July 28, 2007, Biddeford, Maine A4 York county weekend saturday july 28, 2007 gleanings to years ago from the journal Tribune a at mid afternoon on saturday things Are slow in downtown Biddeford. Most of the going businesses Are already closed for the Day. The Only steady foot traffic on Maine Street s midsection is coming in and out of by s variety where cheap cigarettes liquor and lottery tickets cover the majority s weekend needs. The City May be prepared to $1.25 million in Bond Money into streetlights parking and a waterfront Park in the next few years but Small business owners say they be got problems staying afloat right now. Low interest plans and a big retail Anchor would More to meet their the Busy citizen 50 years ago from the Biddeford daily journal a a 49-year-old leather worker was slated to appear in Sanford municipal court this afternoon at 2 to answer to a charge of murder. Ernest Mccormick was taken into custody sunday night by York county sheriff Harold r Nason for allegedly murdering his wife Blanche 64, at their South Waterboro Home. This morning sheriff Nason quoted Mccormick As saying he shot his wife because she was nagging him. Nason said that Mccormick had been drinking when he was arrested. Mrs. Mccormick was felled by three shots from a 30-30 Rifle As she stepped into the Kitchen of her Home last night. She had just returned from a visit with her son. Norman Taylor who lives nearby when she was years ago from the Biddeford daily journal Quot no Trace has yet been obtained of the thief who stole 38 chickens and some hens from Cornelius h. Downs of old Orchard and others from Lowell Symonds of the same town. They think they know now who the thief is but so far have been unable to get enough direct evidence to have the party placed under arrest and connected w Ith the cases. There have been a number of cases of larceny at the Beach of late but or. Downs lost More hens and chickens than anyone else has. He lives on the Portland Road up beyond the Kite track toward Milliken Mills. He has kept hens for some time and has been meeting with a Good Deal of Success along this Kristen Schulze Muszynski today in history today is saturday july 28, the 209th Day of 2007 there Are i so Days left in die this Date in 1896. The City of Miami. Fla., was incorporated. In 1914, world War i began As Austria Hungary declared War on s highlight in history on july 28. 1945, a . Army bomber crashed into the 79th floor of new York s Empire state building killing 14 years ago the Clinton administration and congressional leaders reached a tentative agreement on balancing the budget by 2002 while slicing taxes for millions of families students and years ago nine Coal miners trapped in the flooded Quecreek mine in Somerset. Pa., were rescued after la hours year ago actor director Mel Gibson launched an anti semitic tirade As he was arrested on the Pacific coast Highway in Malibu calif., for driving drunk Gibson later apologized and was sentenced to probation and alcohol treatment. The associated pres quote of the Day a life has a Way of Over growing its achievements As Well As its a Edith Wharton. American author 1862-1937. Journal Tribune volume 123 Nummer 174 the journal Tribune it Publ bad evenings monday Brough fonday and saturday morning at Alfred Street to Box 627, Biddeford Maine 04005 publisher Christopher Mckenney managing editor Andrew Mcmullin a newspaper offices in Biddeford route 111 East of the Maine Turnpike exit 32 ramp hours 8 a in -5 p in monday Friday in Sanford at the Village shoppers mall hours 8 a rn-4 30 monday fonday a to reach us by Telephone Biddeford area 207 282-1535 Sanford Orea 324 4444 for Home delivery customer service 888 429-1535 Biddeford fax 282-3138 Sanford fax 324-1342 a to Roach in by mod Biddeford office to Box 627, Biddeford Mot be 04005 a to Reoch us by a Moil net a member audit Bureau of circulation a postmaster second class Pottage paid at Biddeford Maine 04005 Send address changes to box�627, Biddeford Marne 04005 University of new England will Host medical symposium Biddeford the University of new England College of osteopathic Medicine continuing medical education office will Host a symposium titled Quot new horizons in human health 2007 realizing personalized Medicine through genomics Quot aug. 20-21 on the University Campus in Biddeford. The two Day symposium will bring together individuals from science Medicine and the biotechnology Community and is intended to promote communication and increase awareness of advances in genetics and genomics and its Impact on human event will feature keynote speakers and research and poster presentations by genetic and genomic researchers. This symposium is intended for clinicians and other healthcare providers Basic science faculty involved in research and education of health professionals and any others that have an interest in genetics and genomics and its Impact on human health. The program is listed below and features a dinner reception on monday 2 the with guest Maine governor John Baldacci As Well As several sessions on the 20th and 21st featuring speakers such As Raju Kuche Lapati pm d., Paul c. Cabot professor of genetics at Harvard medical school and scientific director of the Harvard partners Center for genetics and genomics. For a full schedule of events and information about keynote speakers visit or Contact Edward Binisky at 602-2707. Monday aug. 20 8 a Session i Neur genetics keynote speaker Wolfgang Sadee. Dr.rer.nat., Felts Mercer professor of Medicine and pharmacology. Ohio state University i . Session la ethnic genetics keynote speakers Lynn Jorde. Phi h v. And Edna Benning. Presidential professor in the department of human genetics University of Utah school of Medicine 3 to . Session Iii genetics in cancer and oncology keynote speaker. Janet Hock. Ads. . Director of the Maine Institute for human genetics amp health 5 30 . Dinner reception featuring John Baldacci governor of the state of Maine and Danielle Ripich. . President of the University of new England. Tuesday aug. 21 8 a Session in tools and models keynote speaker Raju Kuche Lapati. . Paul c. Cabot professor of genetics at Harvard medical school and scientific director of the Harvard partners Center for genetics and genomics i . Session v personal and Community health keynote speaker Rosemarie Smith d., paediatric geneticist at Maine medical c together Biddeford free clinic for uninsured monday. 6-9 ., Community Center. Alfred Street. New patients arrive at 5 . Info 282-1138. Biddeford knitting monday to a m., Ross Center dining room yarn is furnished. Items donated to local charities. Refreshments served. Biddeford planned parenthood monday 8 -6 30 . 281 main St. By appointment walk ins for pregnancy tests emergency contraceptives. Info 282-6620. Biddeford St. alumni Bingo. Monday 6 ., alumni Hall route i. Doors open 3 ., food available. Biddeford tops take off pounds sensibly monday 6 30 ., Christ episcopal Church. Crescent Street. Info 282-3654. Biddeford autism support group monday 6 30 7 30 ., Biddeford teen Center. Info 283-8742. Kennebunk Al anon meeting. Monday. 8 . Advent Christian Church. Sea Road. Kennebunk Kripaul Dan kinetics. Mondays 6 30-7 30 ., Nagaraja school of yoga 36 main St., 2nd floor yoga and dance blend for cancer survivors. Pre registration required. 283-7320. Sponsored by so and Smyc visiting nurses. Kennebunk alcoholics Anonymous monday 8 ., first Parish unitarian Church route i and 35. Ocean Park Saco Bay artists meeting monday i ., the Pines Community room. Info Sylvia 934-2930. Ogunquit alcoholics Anonymous monday 9 a m., Baptist Church 157 Shore Road. Old Orchard Beach alcoholics Anonymous monday 7 30 .united methodist Church. Washington ave. Helpline 800 737-6237, . Saco Al anon meeting monday to a.m., most holy Trinity meeting House main Street . Saco alcoholics Anonymous monday 7 30 ., unitarian universalist Church 60 school St. Helpline <800 737-6237, . Saco Community meal program monday 4 30-5 15 ., most holy Trinity Church main Street. Free donations accepted. Saco depression and bipolar support Alliance aces monday 7-9 . Most holy Trinity Parish Hall 271 main St. Info 283-9375. Saco Thornton Academy support for academic achievement last monday i ., to Library. Info Julie Noble 283-1801, . Saco narcotics Anonymous. Monday 6-7 . Step study most holy Trinity Church Hall 271 main St., room 4. Basement. Helpline i -800-974-0062, . Sani Ori Al anon meeting monday i . Holy family Church basement 66 North ave. Info 284-1844, i-800-498-1844. Sanford diabetes support group monday i ., 255 main St. Sanford exercise class monday wednesday 9-10 a m., Hatton senior Center Elm Street. Waterboro alcoholics Anonymous monday i ., St. Stephen s Church route 5. Wells Bingo monday 6 . Wells Ogunquit senior c enter. Route i info 646-8572. Daily 2-5-4-4 lotteries Massachusetts Northern new England pick 3 9-8-4 Day /3-9-9 evening pick 4 0-5-5-4 aay /2-2-9-3 evening tri state paycheck i -4-12-20-25 opera night receives rave reviews i a Summit Ted photo an audience of Over 90 enjoyed a memorable and entertaining evening at Quot opera night at Wells Public Library Quot on july 18 pictured Are Soprano Cathy Hammond baritone Bruce Canterbury Soprano knee Michelle and accompanist Warren King

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