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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - November 10, 1965, Biddeford, Maine Weather CLOUDY Report on Page VOL. 81, NO. 264 York Since 1884 NOVEMBER 10, 1965 Our Numbers Mews Dept. 282-1535 Business 283-3625 Associated Press Wire Service 18 PAGES PRICE SEVEN CENTS Xaphes Candidate John F. Xaphes of 304 Alfred today announced his candidacy as Republican candidate for mayor in the December who was city treasurer during the 1363-64 Willie Pomerleau is unlikely to he opposed during the Republican city primary cr did post - graduate work to wards his master's degree at Boston University School of Business Administration and then enrolled at Portland University Law School where he 1956, obtaining the degree of bachelor of After being admitted to the Maine Xaphes practiced next month and will face for lwo years is pres. Democratic nominee The candidate is the son of i iaw associated firm of with the local Pomerleau & DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES for aldermanic seats in Saco's December elections are shown with Mayor Paul E. candidate for reelection and Charles who will seek a scat on the School left to are candidate for alderman from Ward 1; Mayor and incumbent alderman from Ward 7, Ernest Back same David Ward 2; Charles Ward 3; Joseph Ward 4; incumbent Donald Ward 5; incumbent Richard Ward 6, all aldermanic Reny Saco Heads Ticket At Democrat Caucus Promising to to good if the knowledge gained during the past Saco's Mayor Paul E Reny last night accepted his party's nomination as alty candidate for re-election at the Democratic caucus in City Mayor named was placed in nomination by Rep. Camille The mayor's nomination in usual caucus the nominations of the school committee and wardens and clerks from the city's seven Charles was nominated as candidate for the school Alcide tax placed name in Mayor told the assembly of some 65 Democrats that had occurred during this year in but administration has accomplished a lot of tilings for many The mayor thanked his council for cooperation and the Saco Democratic tee and Social City Commit Club for his Mayor Reny also expressed his pleasure with the party ticket for the coming He said he hoped the people would give his administration the opportunity to use the knowledge it had acquired during the year now that its had been Mayor said he forward with anticipation to serving the people of Saco for another in accepting nomination for a berth on the school do so with an open I know that the education of our children takes largest portion of the budget and that I must do my best to see that every dollar spent is spent He then set forth three steps he will follow if elected in promisd he do all T can to see that a good basic education is made available to every he told the he will try to make sure that use is made of the facilities we now and be available to the citizens of Saco whenever a question exists in their minds regarding school then told the party members that he would try to work with all other departments in the city He thank ed his fellow Democrats for their Nominees for wardens and ward clerks Ward 1, Fernand Robert Marie ward clerk Ward 2, David Theresa Pauline Ward 3, Charles Ernest Ethel ward Ward 4, Joseph Richard Lorraine ward Ward 5, Donald Donald Grace ward Nominated as aldermanic on Page Twor He is admitted to practice before the bar of all Maine the United Slates District the United States Court of Appeals the First the United States Tax the United Stales Court of the United States Customs the United Slates Court of Customs and Patent and the United Stales Supreme He is also enrolled by the U.S. Treasury Department to practice before the Internal Revenue He is a member of the American Bar I he American Judicature the American Trial Lawyers the Maine Slate Bar the Maine Trial of is a Lawyers and the York Bar Xaphes is a communicant St. Joseph's Church and member of Union Jean He was also a member of the City Finance Committee for two years during The attorney is a member of the Biddeford Republican City Com mil tec and is its a director and treasurer of the Biddeford Investment Co. Inc. and is a member of the ayor al Technical Vocational Center In announcing his Xaphes am happy to be the person who will represent the Republican Party as its candidate in coining December city One of my main reasons in accepting this candidacy was Ihe realization that this city badly needs a vigorous two party system if our ideals of a true form of democracy are to be permanently little over two years on Page Power Returns To N. Y. Ike's Illness Diagnosed FT. Ga. Former President D. Eisenhower's doctors reported today he has had a mild attack of angina or coronary They said he might be well again in two While the heart condition that put the five-star general back in the hospital at age 75 was related to a severe heart attack in 1955, the doctors said that this time it was not a heart attack in the same Their patient was removed from an oxygen tent this morning and told he could sit up during the There has been no more chest pain or discomfort since the original attack that struck around midnight Another way of putting what has happened to the former the team of physicians is hardening of the arteries which shut off some of the blood from the Six doctors were present at a briefing for newsmen at Ft. Army The chief spokesmen were Dr. Thomas ported the former president was who attended Eisen hower during his heart attack at Denver 10 years and Dr. Harry Augusta heart Before the diagnosis was reported Eisenhower had ques his doctors about his blood They assured him it was stable at 145. The general awoke at about 4 a.m. during his second night in Gordon Army Hospital where he was taken Monday night suffering from chest He told doctors he was hungry and asked for something to just as he had done after a nap Tuesday The doctors told the former chief executive he would have to wait until blood tests and a cardiogram had been The general did not according to a statement issued by the Army public information promptly returned to the business of The doctors said the patient was good They re Sensational Markdowns Mica Counter Top Rcg 75c 49c Linoleum Sq Vinyl Linoleum Rcg 79c Mosaic WaU and 59c Plastic Wall Tile Reg 35c 19c x 9" Inlaid Tile Rcg 10c 5c MAINE LINOLEUM CO. II Alfred Biddeford - Dial 284-5041 END OF SEASON CLEARANCE SALE - CLOSING SOON - 259 NEW FALL STYLE DRESSES 10.95 19.50 89 Winter Coats Fur Trimmed & Plain 16.50 29.50 19.50 Formerly Up To 49.S0 25 Imported Knit Suits 19.50 & 29.50 Was & SKIRTS SWEATERS SLACKS 25% OFF RITZ DRESS SHOP Open Daily Including Sunday 2:30 P. M. 8 P. M. 35 Old Orchard Old Orchard Beach still in an oxygen they they did Tuesday - that if Eisenhower suffered a heart attack all symptoms and characteristics it certainly was a light Doctors scheduled a confer ence later in the morning to discuss diagnosis and further In any 75, was reported alert and in ex staying in bed only to please his physi he spent some time in an oxygen tent victim of a heart attack in 1955, was stricken with chest pains early Tuesday while he and Mrs. Eisenhower vacationed at the National Golf Club in They were sped by Army ambulance to the Ft. Gordon Army arriving shortly after 2 a.m. EST. Dr. Thomas W. who treated Eisenhower after his 1955 flew in with John the former president's in a presidential Mattingly conferred with other physicians called in soon after the chest pains Together they issued the view of his heart recurring episode of chest pain discomfort must be carefully evaluated until it is adequately The arrived al Augusta Oct. 27 and Eisenhower had been playing golf He played 18 holes on John F. Xaphes Mrs. Marguerite M. and the late Dr. C. J. He obtained his early education at St. Joseph's parochial school and attended St. Louis High School where he graduated in 1946 as an honor He attended Portland Junior College and graduated from the University of Vermont in 1952 where he obtained a bachelor of arts He No Journal On Holiday No editions of the Journal will be published tomorrow in observance of Veterans By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - Lights flashed on in New York early today and transportation systems began to signaling the end to a massive and frightening power blackout that crippled the teeming After 10 hours of worried the lights came back on at 3:35 a.m. in the heart of of the last areas still affected by the nation's worst power New York's mammoth subway system staggered back into operation and commuter train service was slowly The city remained crippled because hundreds of thousands of persons could not get to get to Coming alarming suddenness during Tuesday's evening rush the blackout at its peak enveloped 80,000 square affecting up to 30 million persons in eight scrambled transportation and communications and stranded hundreds of thousands in stalled subway cars and the night the Texas White House reported progress trying to pinpoint the trouble that drained electric rower from New Boston and hundreds of smaller towns and Reports were contradictory although President Johnson was advised the experts were well no sabotage was involved and the Pentagon said military communications and the hot line were not As the night wore power began seeping back into most of the blackout area that at one time stretched over New New Rhode Island and even struck Toronto and Ottawa in ordered the Federal Power Commission to launch a sweeping investigation and gave it all the facilities of the federal government - including the The blackout came with a flickering of lights at about 5:30 p.m. the peak of the rush hour in teeming Subway cars speeding an estimated 850.000 persons through New York's subway ground frighteningly to a Eleva lors stopped bringing a ting rooms fell Airliners scrambled to other Convicts in a Massachusetts prison Immediately off-duty police were called back to National Guardsmen were put on alert in case of Emergency power was plugged in at One man told of being in an elevator in a Manhattan office lights sputtered The three of us pressed the alarm We waited and heard A few minutes later the doors I can tell you we were glad to get A commercial airline pilot winging in for a landing at ton's Logan International Airport at 5:21 p.m. witnessed startling There below is a brightly lighted city and suddenly it plunges into You don't know what to There was a moment at Manhattan's St. Vincent's Hospital when an generator failed during a cries of A police ator was pressed into action and the operation was St. Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue was nearly filled with worried But with the grimness and fear there was also excitement and A young girl with school books under her arm walked through darkened Times Square and explained in is this is A woman in the lobby of an East Side apartment building whose elevators were immobilized husband is up there With two quarts of Jack Daniels and a but I don't feel like walking up 19 floors to join Despite the darkness and the tangle of communications and the mood generally seemed to be one of calm with a some 200 inmates at the Massachusetts State Prison took advantage of the on Page Cam ire To Council Posts ith Paint Saco Police Capt. Robert warned today that any persons found in the vicinity of Thornton Academy tonight without good cause would be charged with trespassing or any persons caught defacing any property at the Saco school would be charged with This action followed the discovery early today buildings at the academy had been smeared with blue and gold Patrolman Thomas Knox re- check of the area at a.m. Foran said that the Louis will beat T. discovery during a year routine 1:30 Capt and the were painted on the The windows and front doors of the new Linnell gymnasium as well as the old the Locke building and the main school building were Capt. Foran The penalty for a conviction of defacing buildings under Maine law is a fine of or imprisonment for less than one Capt. Foran said that he and Biddeford police talked with Brother principal of St. Louis High School and the school official promised full cooperation in the search for the He also questioned students while the police were at the Headmaster Robert Bowie told Saco police today that he would warn his students against any possible plans for Thornton and St. Louis football teams meet in a season ending contest tomorrow at St. Louis Today's Chuckle The new superhighways are so efficient and well-engineered that you can get on a throughway and be in a large city in a neighboring state in just five hours you want to or WRR Henry Camire Jean 177 South and veteran Councilman Henry Camire from Ward today announced their intentions of seeking office in the December city Belair is seeking a scat and Camire a third term as ward Both as are supporting the candidacy of Leo Lemire for who lives at 2 Raymond is a communicant of St. Andre's Church and attended St. Andre's He is married to the former Jeannette Cyr and the couple has four Richard and Camire is a past president of the St. Andre's Credit Union and is a member of the executive He is an active member of St. Andre's the Sacred Heart Democratic Club and the Catholic Order of Atkinson s RUG SALE HAND HOOKED RUGS 9 8 6 4 3 12 10 9 6 5 BRAIDED RUGS 9 x 12 49.95 37.95 24.50 J 0.95 6.95 34.95 SACO - NEXT TO POST OFFICE Jean Belair Camire is an employe of Gas and Electric He was employed for 25 years at Bates Mfg. Co. and served as a member of the exe cutive board of the for two The candidate was a member of the association at Bates for 20 Belair is employed at the Joseph Sneider and Sons wholesale groceries The candidate is married to the former Rita Lamarr and the couple has four 21; 13; 11; and 6. A past president of the St. Jean Baptiste he was educated at the Notre Dame He attended St. Joseph's Grammar School and St. Louis High Belaire is a life long resident of He was employed for 15 years by Hannaford serving as a He has also been employed at Warren Furniture Co. installation ceremonies were conducted last night at the Saco Grange Hall for officers of Saco Junior The slate left to Arthur assistant Susan and Linda same Rachel Drew Debbie Susan and Joan Story on page 3. 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