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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - January 20, 1965, Biddeford, Maine Weather LIGHT SNOW Report on Page Our Numbers News Dept. 282-1535 Business 283-362S VOL. 81, NO. 16 York Daily Since 1884 JANUARY 20,1965 Associated Press Wire Service 18 PAGES PRICE SEVEN CENTS Johnson Takes Oath As President Change Promised WASHINGTON Baines Johnson of 36th President of the United took anew today his oath of office with a promise of without strife and change without Bareheaded under a pale sun that did not dispel winter's the tall President soberly took historic vow to protect and defend the Then he assured the huge throng massed below him in the capitol plaza that in beginning his term as President in his own will lead as best I Then the man who won an unprecedented election mandate with his promise to lead America into what he called Great in his inaugural look within your own the old promises and the old They will lead rV you best of DEMOLITION of the Inn at Pool b progressing despite contractor Lucien whose crane is shown as it section of wall from the building to load it into a waiting truck to be hauled Winter The summer resort building Is being torn down by Restlessness Gone Sir Winston Sleeps Peacefully LONDON Sir Winston Churchill slept peacefully through the night and his restlessness is his doctor announced A medical bulletin issued just before noon is little to The restlessness has gone and Sir Winston has slept peacefully through the night and There will be another bulletin this It was the 12th issued since the 90-year-old statesman suffered a stroke last Throughout the night a shivering crowd kept watch at the end of Hyde Park the deadend street where Churchill has lived since 1955. The door of No. 28 opened only at 1:55 a.m. Churchill's 24-year-old grandson and Winston Spencer stepped out and drove off m his sports * The watchers assumed that Churchill had spent a quiet Tuesday his physician Lord was called at 2 a.m. after Churchill suffered a The medical bulletin Tuesday issued at 9:21 Winston has slept through the day and there is no appreciable change in his condi Medical experts interpreted the continued sleep as a sign of extreme weakness but an indication that Churchill was not in Some earlier bulletins had U. S. May Charge Soviets With Violating Ban Treaty WASHINGTON The United States may charge the Soviet Union with violating the limited nuclear treaty as a result of an underground explosion last Friday in Central The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission said Tuesday night the blast has produced some fallout in the northern Pacific near Officials noted that under the fallout is supposed to be kept within the boundaries of the testing The evidence to date suggests that while the Soviet explosion technically violated the it apparently was the AEC amounts of radioactivity measured to date will not produce measurable exposures to Secretary of State Dean Rusk has asked Moscow for a full Officials said they will await a report from the Soviet Union before mining the application of the * Officials were reluctant to speculate on exactly what steps the United States would since action will be decided in the light of what is found out about the Soviet test and why it created radioactivity in the If the view now held here proves one possible step for the United States would be to charge a technical violation of the treaty and call on the Soviets to take At the other any treaty violation which was judged to be deliberate on the part of any country could be made a basis for withdrawing from the test ban authorities here made clear they did not believe that the Soviets had engaged in deliberate The signed in Moscow 18 months ago and subscribed to ATKINSON'S Stair Carpeting Free Estimates - Expert Installation - In Stock Patterns Free Parking In Rear SOCIAL EVENT OF THE Joint INAUGURAL BALL January 23, 1965 SACO ARMORY FRANKLIN SACO Lee Russell & His 12 Piece Orchestra CABARET STYLE REFRESHMENTS Donation Everyone Is Why You? TICKETS AVAILABLE JOE'S DONUT SHOP WESTERN AUTO STORE Alfred Biddeford Main Saco DOYON'S PHARMACY shop Hill & Water Streeta MURPHY'S DRESS SHOP Biddeford Main Biddeford by more than 100 prohibits nuclear explosions in the in outer space and under It also prohibits underground explosions if they cause radioactive debris be present outside the territorial limits of the that is The force of the Soviet set off in the Semipalatinsk area of central was described by the AEC as the intermediate This means it was equivalent to the force loosed by 20,000 to 1 million tons of Last officials an underground American test blew radioactive material into the air and the debris was traced over the southwestern part of the United How they no radioactivity was detected outside U.S. Three days after the the Soviet news agency Tass commented that if the fallout went beyond U.S. borders the treaty would be At 4:30 about an hour and a half before the AEC Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin was summoned to the State Department and asked to obtain the information referred to in the TV SERVICE CALLS 32.00 TWO BILL'S TV CENTER 150 Main Saco Dial 282-1924 Open 9 M. to 9 P. 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AQr COUNTER TOP Expert Installation MAINE LINOLEUM CO. 11 Alfred Biddeford Dial 284-5041 Ft. 55c spoken of extreme variable pulse and circulatory The Archbishop of Dr. Michael spoke of the approach of death Tuesday in addressing the Con vocation of the of the Church of at the request of the London Evening he suggested a form of private prayer for use by Anglicans at Churchill's time of It included these is the gift of God's I thank God for this gift and all His good gifts in time of stands for peace and I pray to God for for for all who are in is at the hour of pray that I may be ready to Lord take me to Thyself as and when Thou wilt only without shame and At many churches special on Page News At A Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington Its inauguration day in the President Johnson begins inaugural day by attending church services in which Protestant and Roman Catholic clergymen Hubert H. Humphrey begins his life and new as vice President Johnson's inaugural is safeguarded by the most massive security precautions devised for a chief High middle and the is jumping from fugues to President Johnson begins his first elective term with congressional squalls reflecting the depth of controversy threatening some of his legislative pro United States may charge the Soviet Union with violating the limited nuclear treaty as a result of an underground International Sir Winston Churchill clings to the last frail threads of life Five Buddhist leaders report edly plan a hunger strike until South Vietnamese premier quits or they World Council of Churche asks the Roman Catholic church to join it in unity National Negroes continue civil rights drive in Selma and Tuscaloosa Ala Air Force Academy spokes man says it will be least several before an investigating committee reports on its probe of alleged classroom He called on his including millions of Americans watching on every major television to any among us who seek to reopen old wounds and rekindle stand in the way of a seeking Unprecedented distasteful to the intensely warm and were a grim reminder of this joyous day in Washington of the assassination that ended the life of his John F. Kennedy The oath was administered by Earl white-haired chief justice of the United who wore his black House Speaker John W. McConnack had given the vice presidential oath to Hubert H. Humphrey of also swept into office in the deluge of votes last The ceremonies included patriotic selections by the U.S Marine The Most Rev. Robert E. Liv Roman Catholic archbishop of San gave the He said fate of humanity is in our and pray that Almighty God may grant to the leader of our country wisdom and strength and Prayers were offered up too by the Rev. George 11. Davis of the National City Christian the de nomination to which Johnson The minister our O to help us keep remembering that we are one family as a na and that we are but one na tion in a family of Other spiritual leaders offer ing prayers were Rabbi Hyman Judah of Beth and Greek Orthodox Archbishop * Six limousines had brought the presidential party from the White House to the In the first were the the First Lady and Sen. B. Everett Jordan of North man of the joint congressional committee on the The inauguration ceremony proper was but the first of three major The grand parade down Pennsylvania the of By suggestion of the parade was stripped of much of the military might displayed in the past it was instead to stress the nation's peaceful present and to spread over a huge armory and four big The President and the vice Hubert H. will look in tonight at all these where some 27,000 people will if they have the The First Lady readied her dress of Mrs. Humphrey hers of shimmering Security forces were bent on on Page Measure To Revise Jobless Law Filed Buddhist Leaders Plan Hunger Strike South Viet Nam top Buddhist leaders are planning to begin a hunger strike Thursday and will fast until Premier Tran Van Huong quits or they Buddhist sources reported Among the five monks reported planning to participate are Thich Tinh aging patriarch of Vietnamese and Thich Tarn Chau and Thich Tri the two most powerful Buddhist The Buddhists also were planning to close their headquarters compound in Saigon as another gesture of Street demonstrations by monks appeared In 400 miles north of trouble appeared Gen. Nguyen Chanh civil and military governor of the warned Monday that unauthorized demonstrations in Hue would be broken up by troops and * Tuesday night students held Today's Chuckle Until a husband can get alimony by crossing nit legs and winking at the there's no such thing as equal WRR Gen. another of their daily and no effort was made to interfere with The status of government remained up in the The air force Gen. Nguyen Cao touched off the latest crisis when he rejected appointment to Cabinet as minister of youth and Ky was one of four generals named Monday to Cabinet The generals at first ap accepted the but then it became clear they were to give up their military Ky balked and the other three reportedly also changed their An installation ceremony scheduled Tuesday was postponed An associate of Ky said the 33-year-old general would accept the ministry post only if he re command of the air if the Cabinet was further and if he were given a free hand in running his min It seemed unlikely that the government would accept these In the war against the Com two American advisers were wounded Tuesday night and about 45 Vietnamese killed or wounded when the Viet Cong blasted a district outpost 25 miles southeast of Saigon with Shop Another Shipment Of Zip Lined WEATHER COATS With Attached Sleeve For Extra Warmth 2 Colors To Choose From Sites 36 To 46 ONLY Dept. Store 236 Main Street Biddeford AUGUSTA to revise the Employment Security a source of bitter controversy in two was filed today with bipartisan Rep. Kenneth R. and Rep. Emilien introduced the It would incorporate the principal features of a recommended to the 1963 session which failed despite the support of Republican Gov. It would change Maine's computation of unemployment bene fits from the present basis to the formula in effect in many Benefits would be based on highest earnings in any one calendar quarter of a specified four-quarter rather than on a full calendar year's * The minimum would be a week and maximum would be half of the weekly average in the year prior to the preceding June 1. Duration would but maximum benefits could not be more than 26 times the weekly benefit or one-third of total earn ings in the four quarters from which the high quarter is com whichever would be A worker would have to earn at least in covered employment in a year to qualify for any The also would remove some of the penalty provisions adopted in 1961 in the so-called Estey amendments and subsequently opposed by although he approved the changes Disqualification ions would be modified among other restoring stated disqualification periods for certain types of rather than having indefinite removed by returning I to covered Mayors Outline Programs Mayors of the twin Edward F. Gaulin and Saco's Paul outlined their programs for the coming year before members and guests of the Chamber of Commerce at a dinner honoring the mayors last night at the Steak Approximately 150 Reny told the group that he was insisting on strict economy and he proposed to amend the Saco City charter if possible this year as he it has hampered all administrations since the 1950's due to the election dates and referendum voting on bond Change of the election dates to correspond with the fiscal and ing the aldermen the right to vote on bond issues without waiting for a referendum vote were proposals backed by The Saco mayor advocated a two year term for the mayor and the carrying on of the capital improvement projects approved by the city's voters last Correction of the intersection of Temple and Scammon Streets and Thornton Avenue and the investigation of machine bookkeeping were mentioned by Reny said he would meet with Gaulin and Old Orchard Beach Town Manager Leon F. Jones on the area concept of industrial Gaulin told the group his gram for the year included installation of office machines and promotion of the industrial area New machines will allow the city to operate at a lower he as making of voting tax bills and bookkeeping may be done faster and with more Elimination of the city homestead was also proposed by He spoke of what he called of the Sinclair which provides School Gaulin told the group the amount of parochial students are not included in figures used to compute the amount of subsidies the city receives and that cities with on Page PRESENTATION of a Camping Award for 1964" was made during the Night meeting last night of Biddeford Boy Scout Troop 305 in Biddeford Scout Mason Taking part left to Anthony troop Scoutmaster Francis J. Wayne assistant Owen Co. assistant senior patrol and John assistant Story on page 10. NOTICE St. Joseph's Federal Credit Union Wishes To Announce The Declaration Of A 4% DIVIDEND To Shareholders As Of December 31, 1964 FREE LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE ON ALL DEPOSITS Emerson 19" TV With Stand TIMER With Automatic Shut-Off Adjustable Up To 3 Hours 1 YEAR WARRANTY ALL TUBES Regular special HA WO JEWELRY UAI 9 STORE 156 Main Biddeford
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