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Rightists said about 3,000 men, women and children have managed to flee the camp since Sunday. They were the latest of an estimated 250,000 persons made homeless by Lebanon's partition in the civil war, which enters its 18th month Friday. Both sides reported a heavy battle in Beirut for control the Calarie traffic intersection, which controls a main road leading to the airport. The airport, which is closed, has been held by 2,300 Arab League peace-keeping troops since their arrival in June. Leftists accused the Christians of preparing an offensive there.

Fighting in Beirut's downtown commercial sector slackened Tuesday, but Christians launched new attacks in the mountains north and southeast of the capital against pockets of Palestinian and leftist resistance. Deaths and funerals Jerry Gray, composer, dies of heart attack DALLAS (UPI) Jerry Gray, composer of "String of Pearls and "Pennsylvania 65000" and a conductor, arranger and. performer of the Big Band Era, died Tuesday of a heart attack at his home. Gray, 58, a native of Boston, scored the motion pictures Pink Panther," Glenn Story," and "What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?" He was a violinist at age 7 and concert master of the Boston Junior Symphony Orchestra at age 12 before joining the first Artie Shaw Orchestra as violinist and arranger. Three years later he joined Glenn Miller and later formed his own band.

He was leader of the orchestra at the Venetian Room of the Fairmount Hotel at his death. He also was the arranger for Shaw's "Begin the and Vic Damone's "I Have But One Heart," both winners of Gold Records. He. was survived by his widow, two sons and a daughter. HARRY WARDWELL ROCKLAND Harry S.

Wardwell, 64, died July 24 at his Old County Road residence after a brief illness. Born in Brooklin Aug. 19, 1911, he was the son of Samuel and Gertrude (Jordan) Wardwell and was a retired barber. He was an Army veteran of World War Il, a member of Winslow Holbrook Post, American Legion, and a member of the Rockland Lodge of Elks. In addition to his widow, Virginia (Thompson) Wardwell, he is survived by a daughter, Miss Shelly Wardwell of Rockland; a step: daughter, Mrs.

Jack (Julianne) Pauley of Camden; stepson, Floyd H. Oliver of Rockland; two sisters, Mrs. Warren (Effie) Rice and Mrs. Emerson (Hildred) Spurling of Manset; a brother, John Wardwell of Everett, five grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Quebec to borrow in deficit QUEBEC (UPI) The Quebec government Thursday will conclude arrangements with Canadian and U.S.

banks to borrow $700 million to pay the bulk of the $995 million Olympic Games deficit. A provincial department spokesman said the seven- year medium term loans will rely on projected revenues from increased tobacco taxes as security. The provincial government must come up with $795 million of the Olympic deficit and the City of Montreal will be required to pay the remaining $200 million, the spokesman said. The largest loans, totaling $450 million, will come from American banks and from Morgan Guaranty which will provide two loans. Eight Canadian banks will provide loans totaling $250 million with.

the largest portions coming from the Bank of Montreal, the Royal Bank and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Interest rates charged by the banks will be less than one per cent above the prime lending rate, now per cent. The rate is the charge the banks give to their best commercial customers. With $700 million in loans, the provincial government intends to raise the remaining $95 million of the deficit through. short term loans and resources.

The finance de a spokesman said the government is also studying the possibility of applying increased taxes from hotel and restaurant revenue to the Olympic deficit. Olympic crowds substantially increase the revenue volume. The tax increases on cigaretes and tobacco will be paid directly to the Olympic Installations Board, the body in charge of games construction. The taxes are expected to bring in $75 million by the end of the 1976-77 fiscal year and $88 million during the 1977-78 fiscal year. ALICE M.

TRAVER WATERBURY, MILLINOCKET Alice M. Traver, 53, died August 4 in a Waterbury hospital. She was born in Millinocket, Feb. 1, 1923 daughter of John and Mildred (Elsemore) Everett. She is survived by her husband, Courtland L.

Traver of Waterbury; two daughters, Mrs. Lois Mennillo, and Mrs. Shirley Lindsay of Waterbury; one sister, Mrs. Ruby Stratton, East Millinocket; two half sisters, Mary Ellen Everett and Janice Everett of Hartford; two half brothers, Dexter and John Everett of Hartford, also several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1 the Edward J.

O'Donnell Funeral Home, Waterbury, burial was in the Prospect, Cemetery. CARL M. FISH SR. BROOKTON Carl M. Fish 79, died Aug.

10 at a Calais hospital after a short illness. He was born Aug. 23, 1896, in Brookton, son of Frank and Agnes (England) Fish. He was a lifelong resident here and attended local schools. Prior to his retirement he was a woods cook, woodsman and carpenter.

He is survived by his wife, Mina (Steeves) Fish of Brookton; six sons, Ralph of Brookton, Eldon of Waterville, Dale and Fred of Danforth, Carl Jr. of Lambert Lake Frank of Lincoln; a daughter, Mrs. Geraldine Dunphy of East Eddington; 17 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be-held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Bartlett Funeral Home, Danforth, the Rev.

James Lufkin officiating. Interment will be in the Eaton Hillside Cemetery, Danforth. Friends may call at the funeral home, Wednesday afternoon and evening. MRS. PHILIP THERIAULT FORT FAIRFIELD Mrs.

Shirley Theriault, 53, died Aug. 10, 1976 in a Caribou hospital following a brief illness. She was born at Fort Fairfield on June 21, 1923. She attended the local schools and was a graduate of Fort Fairfield High School, Class of 1941. She is survived by her husband, Philip, and one son, Randy, both of Fort Fairfield.

Friends may call at the Dorsey Funeral Home, Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday, at 10 a.m. in St. Denis Catholic Church, the Rev. Stephen Rice officiating.

Interment will be in St. Denis Cemetery. MRS. LEON CARDIN VEAZIE BANGOR Mrs. Lesley M.

Cardin, 83, died Aug. 9 at a Bangor hospital after a long illness. She was born in Cumberland Mills, R.I., April 15, 1893, daughter of Nelson and Olive (Smith) Mcintire. She was a member of the Veazie Congregational Church. Surviving are her husband, Leon Cardin, Veazie; a son, Robert L.

Cardin, Veazie; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Mooers, Saugerties, N.Y.; four grandchildren, six great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Greenlawn Memorial Funeral Home, 300 State Bangor, with Dr. Walter L.

Cook officiating. Interment will follow in the Fairview Cemetery, Veazie. CURRIE M. SULLIVAN FORT FAIRFIELD Currie M. Sullivan, 44, died Aug.

10, 1976 at his Main St. residence. He was born at Fort Fairfield Sept. 3, 1931, son of Currie M. and Sarah L.

(McShea) Sullivan. He was a graduate of Fort Fairfield High School, Class of 1949; Holy Cross College, and Boston College School of Law, and was a member of the Maine Bar Association. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by several cousins. Friends may call at the Dorsey Funeral Home, Wednesday from 7 to 09 p.m.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday, at 10 a.m. in: St. Denis Catholic Church, the Rev. Stephen Rice officiating. Interment will be in St.

Denis JUDITH W. EMORY PRETTY MARSH Judith W. Emory, 31, died Aug. 9 at her home here. She was born Nov.

15, 1944, in Washington, D.C., daughter of Robert and Judith Wallace. Surviving besides her mother and father are her husband, Benjamin; a son, Thor; a daughter, Kristin, all of Pretty Marsh. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Southport, Conn. Committal services will be held at Oak Lawn Cemetery, Fairfield, Conn.

Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17 at St. John's Divine Episcopal Church in Southwest Harbor. In lieu of flowers friends are asked to make contributions to the Hanover Conservation Council, Hanover, N.H.

CHARLES W. ROGERS SR. OLD TOWN Charles W. Rogers 78, died Aug. 10 at his 25 North Fort St.

home. He was born in Old Town, Nov. 5, 1897, the son. of Orimil and Debra Beattie Rogers. He was a graduate of Old Town High School attended Bowdoin College and also attended the Old Town Methodist Church.

He retired in 1969 after 15 years as Old Town Postmaster. He was a World War One veteran, and a member of the American Legion, past president of the Old Town Orono Kiwanis, a past secretary and treasurer of the Old Town Orono Shrine Club. He was a life member of the Blue Lodge and the Royal Arch Chapter. He was a member of the Scottish Rites and the Maine Consistory of Portland. He is survived by his wife, Martha Bartlett Rogers, three sons, Charles Rogers of Rye, N.H., Eugene Rogers of York Beach, and Dean Rogers of Denver, two daughters, Mrs.

Carolyn White, Hodgdon, Mrs. Rachel Buchanan, of Westchester, 17 grandchildren, three great grandchildren, one nephew. Funeral services will be held at the Baillargeon Funeral Home, Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Lawndale Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

Masonic services will be held at the funeral home, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. JOSEPH PEARL CRIBBY LUBEC Joseph Pearl Cribby, 70, died at a local hospital Aug. 7, 1976. He was born in Pownal, June 12, 1907, son of William and Sarah Robertson Cribby. He was a veteran of WWII, having served in the Army.

He is survived by his wife, Alta (Whittier) Cribby of Lubec, one son, Robert Cribby of Lubec, one brother, Charles W. Cribby, one sister, Evelyn (Henry) Brown, one niece, Patricia Olsen and one nephew, Charles Cribby Jr. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 2 p.m, from the Christian Temple Church. Arrangements by the Leighton Funeral Home, Lubec. NETTIE AROLYN CRAMER PEMBROKE Nettie Arolyn (Brown) Cramer, died at a Mass.

hospital, Aug. 5, 1976, after a brief illness. She was born in Pembroke, April 25, 1899, daughter of Allen and Carry (Hersey) Brown. She was graduate nurse from the Augusta General Hospital. She is survived by 5 nephews, James Brown, Donald Brown, Leland Brown, Allen Brown, Leighton Brown, two nieces, Barbara Cox, Eleanor Williamson, one cousin, Annie Brown Parlin.

Funeral services were held at the West Pembroke Methodist Church, Saturday, August 7, 1976. Arrangements the Leighton Funeral Home, Lubec. MISS BLANCHE M. HILL BANGOR, VINALHAVEN Miss Blanche M. Hill, 75, of Vinalhaven died Aug.

9 at a Bangor hospital. She was born in Norfolk, April 24, 1901, the daughter of Fred E. and Mary (Drown) Hill. She was a retired school teacher. Survived by one sister, Mrs.

Proctor (Dorothy) Twichell of Ridgewood, N.J.; one brother, Donald D. Hill of Schenectady, N.Y., nieces and nephews. Services and burial will be private. Arrangements by Brookings Smith, 133 Center Bangor. PHILIP E.

MAYNARD SR. BANGOR Funeral services for Philip E. Maynard will be held Wednesday 1 p.m. at Brookings Smith, 133 Center with the Rev. Robert Gass, pastor of the Pentecostal Assembly of Bangor ofticiating.

Interment will be at Mt. Hope Cemetery. SADIE R. DUNNING BEALS Miss Sadie R. Dunning, 81, died Aug.

9, at a local hospital, after a brief illness. She was born in Jonesport, Sept. 23, 1894, daughter of George and Cora (Rogers) Dunning. She was a member of the Woodfords Congregational Church of Portland. She was a resident of the Eastland Hotel, Portland and a summer resident of Beals.

She is survived by two brothers, Bernard Dunning of Mechanic Falls. Guy Dunning of Eliot, two sisters, Harold (Ella) Peaco of Biddeford, Mrs. Uriah (Thelma) Beal of Beals, two step sisters, Mrs. Lucretia Benard of Portland, Miss Verna Lowell of Sullivan, one step brother, George Lowell of Prospect Harbor, one aunt, Mrs. Hattie Elkhorn of Machias, several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, 2 p.m., from the Sawyer Memorial Congregational Church in Jonesport, with the Dana Kierstead and the Rev. James Fitzsimmons officiating. Friends may call at the Miller Funeral Home, Jonesport, anytime. ETHEL H. BELYEA STONINGTON and PORTLAND Ethel H.

Belyea, 80, died August 10, 1976 at a local hospital. She was born Feb. 27, 1896, at Stonington, daughter of Orin and Experience (Ames) Barter. She attended the Methodist Church, Stonington. She had worked 48 years for the Universal Laundry, of Portland.

Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Iona C. Hashey of Falmouth, five grandchildren, six greatgrandchildren; one great great grandchild, one sister, Rhoda Wakefield of Stonington, several nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Aug. 12, at 2 p.m.

at the Bragdon Funeral Home, Stonington. Burial will be in Sea View Cemetery, Rockport. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. MRS. LEO SIMPSON PRESQUE ISLE Bertha L.

Simpson, 76, widow of Leo A. Simpson, died Aug. 9, 1976 at a local hospital following a long illness. She was born Aug. 10, 1899, at Castle Hill, daughter of the Rev.

H.C. and (Cox) Adams. She was a member of the State Street Baptist Church and had resided in Presque Isle for the past 39 years. Survived by five sons, Dana, Hubert, Willard, Loren and Stuart all of Presque Isle; five daughters, Mrs. Henry (Dorothy) Ropke, Avenel, N.J., Harritt Simpson, Carol Stream, Illinois, Fern and Caryl Simpson, both of Niceville, Mrs.

Edwin (Sandra) Lathrop, Presque Isle; three brothers, Wallace Adams, Presque Isle, George and Everett Adams, both of Pennsylvania; three sisters, Tena MacLean, Presque Isle, Beatrice Keene, Belfast, Dawn Ketchale, 14 grandchildren; seven great grandchildren. Friends may call at Graves Funeral Home, Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be at the funeral home, Thursday, 1 p.m. with the Rev. Reuben Martin officiating.

Burial will be in, Fairmount Cemetery, Presque Isle. IN LOVING MEMORY OF Wife, Mother and Grandmother ADINA STURGIS Who God Called Home August 11, 1973 God sent us a beautiful angel, more precious than silver and gold. As long as our lives should last, her memory will never grow old. Sadly missed and remembered, Husband, Robert Children: Florentine, Nathalie, Robert Dwight and Grandchildren CARD OF THANKS THE family of Deborah Davis wish to sincerely thank everybody for their help. The beautiful cards and flowers received during their loss.

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