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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - September 18, 1965, Biddeford, Maine Weather CLOUDY Report on Page Our Numbers Dept. 282*153$ Business 283-3625 VOL. 81, NO. 219 fork Since 1881 SEPTEMBER 18, 1965 Associated Press Wire Service 10 PAGES PRICE SEVEN CENTS One Woman Three Hurt In Turnpike Accident Vehicle Hits Burns REMOVING the body of Miss Patricia A. 23, of following an Miss Patricia A. 23, of died at a local hospital this morning after the station wagon which she was driving left the turnpike near Mile 29, hit two trees and burst into Three other persons riding in the vehicle are receiving treatment at Webber Hospital for bruises and minor The Meehan woman was pinned in the burning wreckage for nearly half an hour before workers were able to extricate Slate Trooper Robert who said the car traveled about 450 feet before hitting the first It then went nearly 45 slammed into another tree and caught Trooper Mitchell said he be- cident on the Maine Turnpike in Biddeford this Ahe driver fdl morning are Biddeford Two other were marks women and a boy were 0" tne where the J cle apparently left the Receiving treatment at the hospital are Miss Barbara 20, of Mrs. Red China Makes A New Charge Of Border Violation India China made a new charge of border violations by India a day after it demanded that India pull out of a disputed area near Sikkim within three The new violations were said to have occurred in Sinkiang about 1,000 miles west of Sept. 11 and 16. The official New China News Agency said in a broadcast the Indians into China's territory of Sinkiang for military The mountainous border between the two Asian nations has never been clearly Peking does not recognize much of the claiming it was imposed by Britain when she ruled India and China was The news agency said Chinese authorities enhanced their in the Sinkiang border located north of the disputed Kashmir region between India and * * * The Indian Defense Ministry said today Red Chinese troops have moved closer to the border in two widely separated in India's and Sikkim least 670 miles to the The spokesman in New Delhi gave no further Ladakh is in Indian It was the site of a Chinese attack in 1962. The current undeclared war between India and Pakistan arose out of the long-standing Today's Chuckle said the Texan to his just heard you ask a man what state he was My remember if a man is from he'll tell If he's not from don't embarrass WRR Gen. 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SACO An equal opportunity Employer Kashmir Peking hasi The Sialkot front is about 120 voiced support for Pakistan southeast of the war Pakistan's capital and a few miles from China's latest accusation fol lowed its ultimatum for India to dismantle military installations in the border area within three days or face As the war gainst Pakistan spokesmen in New Delhi reported heavy fighting against Pakistani forces in the area of Sialkot in northern West It was recently the scene of bloody tank and infantry News At A Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International Communist China again accuses India of sending troops into its territory military A top foreign aid official predicts the United States will renew its military assistance to India if the country is attacked by Red The United Nations security council meets today to consider Secretary-General U Thant's proposal that it impose military and economic sanctions against Pakistan and Vietnamese military sources say the demilitarized zone between North and South Viet Nam was hit again by The latest polls call tomorrow's West German federal election a toss-up between Chancellor Erhard's Christian Democrats and the Social Democrats led by West Berlin Mayor Willy Signs of a faster tempo emerge after a week of the final session of the Vatican Ecumenical Constantine swears in another government in an effort to ease Greece's political National A Korean War hero who escaped from a mental hospital surrenders meekly after releasing a doctor's wife he had held on Page POSITION OPENING FOR Salesladies Small Specialty Shop Box 9 Journal The government radio in New Delhi said Pakistani planes bombed miles to the killing eight persons and injuring 25. Four of the deaths occurred when a mili tary hospital was the radio Pakistan claimed that the Pakistani army had large areas of Indian Kashmir and pushed into Stale at an undisclosed Rajasthan borders on West Pakistan below India's Punjab The radio also said Pakistan has destroyed disabled 442 Indian tanks and captured 17. Katherine 30, and Michael 9, her both of One of the injured persons told the investigating officer that they were bound for Portland for the to visit She told Trooper Mitchell that all of the women took turns stopping four or five times along the Biddeford firefighters extinguished the flames and the injured were taken to the hospital in the Biddeford The wrecked car was still smouldering when a wrecker started towing it back to Firefighters were again called out when the car broke into flames at the corner of Hubert and Hill York County Medical Examiner Germain Binette was called to perform an autopsy in order to determine the cause of Airborne Troops Locked In Battle South Viet Nam of the 101st Air borne were reported locked in fighting today with an unknown number of Viet Cong in mountainous country northeast of An a U.S. military spokesman The fighting began shortly after elements of the 101st began an operation this the spokesman The fighting raged throughout the he and at midafternoon was termed No indication was given of the number of U.S. paratroopers but casualties were officially described as Reliable sources at the Vietnamese air base of Da 80 miles north of the said 19 persons were killed in the including seven South Vietnamese The ground troops were supported by U.S. jet * * The spokesman said the Viet Cong opened up with vicious small arms attack shortly after the paratroopers were lifted into the area by Elements of the 101st have been conducting daily actions in the An Khe where the 1st Cavalry Division is. Patrols have fought light engagements previously with the Viet Cong in the but they have not met with larger than platoon size In other ground action report on Page CONGRATULATING newly elected St. Louis High School President Ralph is defeated candidate Steven Both boys are Looking on at left is Brother ard World's Week Peking Ultimatum To India In Frontier Rift A Shock Abductor Surrenders Meekly After Manhunt Of 22 Hours ORRINGTON - The Korean war hero accused of holding a prominent surgeon's wife captive for 22 hours surrendered meekly to state troopers Friday R. 31, of Bangor was found wrapped in a beneath a picnic table outside a camp on one of the Belgrade lakes in central a who won the Silver Star and Purple Heart in fled a state mental hospital a week ago After his he was taken to Bangor where County Atty. Howard M. Foley said he would be arraigned in District Court Monday on a charge of kidnaping Lynne P. 29, from her home here Thursday Haller left Dr. John F. station wagon near Belgrade about five hours before he was found by and Mrs. McGinn drove on until she met state The slender mother of two told police she was unharmed in any although who had a had threatened her once or twice in a wild ride at speeds up to 100 miles an Mrs. McGinn is a grand niece of Edward A. 91, a founder of the New York brokerage firm of Fenner & * * In an exclusive interview with The Associated Mrs. a comely told this Haller appeared at her door about 10:30 a.m. identifying himself as escapee from the Bangor aren't because he had this big grin on his Then I saw the For several hours Haller stayed in the house or on the drinking her 36-year-old husband's even had target she made me go down to the gravel pit with him and we must have fired 30 Haller became irked at the growling and barking of the boxer dog and shot it to didn't think he was but when he did knew he Then he was going around like a wild man and that's when I got kind of Late in the the doctor brought the couple's 4, home from nursery school and found Haller holding the family's deer rifle along with the had him under control when I got the doctor I seemed to upset And as time went he got more and ore On the pretext of an emergency case at the Dr. McGinn left the house and went to the five minutes on Page By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Red Chinese action should have been no But when the Peking ultimatum came it still came as a It demanded that India dismantle fortifications and pull back troops from the frontier between Tibet and the tiny kingdom of Sikkim which New Delhi The time limit was within three The ultimatum came on Thursday - and almost immediately India's ambassador to the United States was in touch with Secretary of State Dean By apparently as sured of American In dian Prime Minister Lai Bahad ur Shastri rebutted the Red Chinese ultimatum and shall fight for our freedom with grim The might of China will not deter us from defending our territorial But he also said he wanted to give the Red Chinese no pretext for and suggested a joint investigation by both nations of the disputed At the United Secretary-General U Thant reported on his probing discussions with both the Pakistani and Indian His that the Security Council issue a binding order to both nations to cease fire in their dispute over Heads of both countries would then be asked to talk peace in a third Thant urged that the Security Council back up its order with the threat of perhaps Thant made no mention in his report Friday of the Red Chinese or the threat to India by Red Yet events in that far off Asia area seem inalterably bound Sikkim represents a 20-mile barrier between China and East Then Typhoon described the year's most powerful roared inland over the of Honshu with heavy and 111-mile per hour The Indians and Pakistanis had erupted into war over FOUR WINDS RESTAURANT Ocean Park Old Orchard Breakfast * - Dinners Specials Every Day Home Made Pastry - Homo Cooked Meals New Houra Starting September 19 Monday thru Thursday 7 A. M. 7 P. Friday Saturday 7 A. M. * 9 P. M. Closed All Day Sunday 934-4236 war between the two nations widened with thrusts and coun and claims of from both But after U Thant's visit to both Pakistani President Mohammed Ayub shun ning what seemed like earlier friendship with Red turned to the United States He asked the United States to use its to work out a settlement between India and Pakistan and said that the Americans have a role to play in Asia and ought to play it more President Johnson replied that the proper route to peace was through the United The war went on - but on an apparently reduced scale - with both sides issuing angry with the Pakistanis pressing in on and the Indians and Pakistanis trading ground in West Pakistan and other border * * * The U. S. buildup in South Viet Nam continued - the total of American troops pushing past the 125,000 The newest the 1st Cavalry Division disembarked all week long with the airmobile some 20,000 expected to be on station at their new base of An Khe before the week was Whatever troubles man made for himself this he had also to cope with a rampaging and much of northern and Japan shook with five earthquakes Thursday and Friday - the final jolt lasting more than a rams winds in its The Louisiana and New Orleans area was still digging out from Hurricane Betsy - and a sunken barge with 600 tons of poisonous chlorine gas aboard was finally found in the sippi where its hidden hulk had forced Army Engineers to close the river to barge traffic Stubborn fires - some 28 of them - defied the best efforts of firefighters and raged through Northern California's forests and grasslands this The fires threatened three towns and destroyed at least 100 At least one volunteer fire fighter was A rock fall in the world's deepest gold mine near South trapped 12 miners Mine owners said the three white and nine were more than 5, 000 feet A premature deep freeze plete with heavy snows moved over the northern Rockies and northern Plains Friday and plunged deep into the tion of the United closing and dropping September temperatures to as low as 12 The storm was fresh from the arctic with winds up to 83 miles an Quote of the party should be a knight in shining armor on a white former President Dwight Eisenhower on the Republican Biddeford Divorce Rate Below Average SQUASHED in between giant squashes weighing as much as 142 pounds raised by and Mrs. Fred Ocean are left to 3; 4 and David 6, children of and Paul New York who are guests of Errol F. 16 Ocean View neighbors of tbe standing in the boasts of other squashes weighing 116,107,105 and 90 as well as many others of varied to the NEW YOR The great majority of families in Biddeford are husband-wife according to government They show that 62 per cent of the over the age of 14, are married and living in normal husband-wife The proportion is however than in most areas of the Throughout the United States as a the ratio of such households is 66 per cent in 65 per cent. The findings are based on the latest data on the from the Department of Commerce and other They also reveal that the divorce rate in Biddeford is lower than The matter of family stability is considered by the Family Service Association of America to be the nation's major social It is closely it to the lack of direction and purpose among many young people and to the steadily growing crime The records show a total of more than 400,000 divorces a year in the United It amounts to one divorce for every four new In 35 persons out of every 1,000 over age 14 are listed as divorced or This is a lower ratio than in other communities in the United the average being 42 per 1,000. In Maine it is 38 per 1,000. A large proportion of those divorced each year are under 25, to the Department of Education and The finding is that the divorce rate in this age group is three times as high as that of the al married The Family Service attributes the in large to epidemic of marriages in the United According to the association's Clark many plunge into marriage completely unprepared for it. have unrealistic expectations of the rewards and satisfactions to be found in At the same they have a poor understanding of the realities of Many such unions he on dirty dishes in the sink and
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