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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - August 16, 1966, Biddeford, Maine Weather SHOWERS Report on Page VOL. 82, NO. 192 York Daily Since 1884 Our Numbers 289*962$ AUGUST 16, 1966 Associated Press Witt Berries PAGES PRICE TEN Record Of GOP Is Cited Maine - Massachusetts Gov. Elliot L. Richardson told Maine Republicans today is real party of the people and in we have the record to prove Richardson cited the accomplishments of the Republican administration of Gov. John A. Volpe at a conference of Maine GOP legislators in The Massachusetts official said the GOP had promised t h e state's voters a six point pro gram and delivered on each one of the candidate for attorney said Republicans have adopted programs toward efficiency in progress in aid for the responsibility in highway Safety and development of natural News At A Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VIET NAM U.S. planes set an oil depot afire near Monsoon rains hamper American pursuit of North Vietnamese troops in South Viet Nam's The House Committee on Un-American Activities prepares to defy a federal order against its hearings on Nam war The Senate faces a bipartisan effort to give President Johnson authority to call into service thousands now in the Ready NATIONAL The New York Herald heir to the journalistic legacy of Horace Greeley and James Gordon is Civil rights leaders send marchers into previously picketed Chicago areas Sen. Robert F. Kennedy maintains public silence as Frank New York City Council tightens his grip the Democratic nomination for governor of New Janet who with her was shot down by the Austin prepares for her Says were some of the lucky WASHINGTON Striking machinists receive details of a tentative agreement aimed at ending by Friday the shutdown of five major The Air Force pays off the Navy for the recovery of the hydrogen bomb off Spain last INTERNATIONAL Scotland Yard charges a 36-year-old unemployed man with the murder of three unarmed For the first time in its the United Nations sends a mission to inspect a colony by invitation of the colonial Waterville Firm Closing Doors WATERVILLE - Some 200 employes are losing their jobs in the closing of the Waterville Woolen which says it is shutting down its plant in a lew days because of lack of The company announcement Monday said it recently lost out on a contract for blankets and business is very SEVEN young women consecrated their lives to the service of God and the church through the profession of the three vows of poverty and obedience day at the provincial residence of the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Shepherd al Bay Taking part in the ceremonies were left to Sister Parent Sister St. Pierre Sister Most Rev. Daniel J. bishop of Portland Sister Dauphin Sister Donna Marie Kleiner Sister Vachon and Sister St. Amand Court Rule Panel Hearing -A Dist. Judge Howard cial court threw out Extra police were the temporary restraining ed around the House office order against a hearing by the building should House Committee on can The ruling was announced seconds before 10 when the hearings into demonstrations against the Viet Nam war were scheduled to The special court that it would consider at any time a request for a hearing about the Attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union which had sought the order against the committee hearings and had won the first conferred immediately to consider their next The special court said it dissolved the temporary restraining order which had been granted by a District court judge because there was finding of irreparable damage as required by the Rep. Joe R. acting chairman of the said it would meet as scheduled despite Monday's order by U.S. Sky hawks Evade MIG Damage Boxcars State Sales Tax Increase Noted AUGUSTA - The Bureau of Taxation reported Monday that revenue from the state sales was 5.8 per cent higher in based on May than in the corresponding month Of 1965. The four per cent tax on instate sales returned million compared to million in 1965, while use taxes on of items out of state or use in rose by 4.4 per bringing in South Viet Nam fighters loosed 37mm cannon fire at four U.S. Navy A4 which were attacking a train 70 miles south of Hanoi but the heavily laden took evasive action and none were the U.S. Command The light attack from the carrier were reported to have damaged four boxcars of the Though each is ordinarily armed with two 20 mm cannon and various a spokesman said they did not fire back at the He said the 680-mile-an-hour are a shade slower and were in no position at the time for a successful The four were operating without the normal top cover by Phantoms or The encounter came the farthest south that enemy jets are known to have ventured in the American pilots have reported the destruction of 17 The enemy fighters have shot down U.S. Most of the previous aerial battles with Communist MIGs have occurred north and north west of the Vietnamese The dogfight followed a day of pounding of targets in North Viet Nam by U.S. Air Force and Marine planes flew 133 missions Monday against the Communist hitting 17 oil storage depots and other most of them in the Haiphong area and the southern The strikes approached the record of 139 missions flown against the north earlier this * * * In South Viet ground action dwindled to light and scattered Even in the central highlands where a big scrap appeared to be shaping no contact had been reported since noon Air Force struck today at suspected Viet Cong storage sites and troop concen trations 75 miles northwest of Saigon in War Zone C near the Cambodian In the the Navy planes from the carrier Oriska ny were attacking a North Vietnamese train about 20 miles northeast of Thanh Hoa when the MIGs pounced on The spokesman said the Navy bombers damaged four boxcars before they left the He said the Navy planes did not fire on the The encounter lasted only a few In Monday's raids spokesman Navy planes scored destructive hits on two oil dumps and damaged ' from the Oriskany hit the Tuc Tranh petroleum area three miles southeast of Thanh The Navy said pilots scored direct hits with 500-pound and 1,000-pound Flames leaped 300 and heavy black smoke rose 6,000 feet and was visible for 30 pilots Another flight of from the Oriskany struck an oil I storage area northwest of Pilots reported their bombs produced a large orange fireball that rose 1,500 feet and a pall of dark gray smoke covered the Overall in the raids pilots reported they destroyed or damaged 39 13 65 military storage 19 trucks and four antiaircraft gun In another Gen William C. American military commander in Viet ordered all his commanders to take all possible steps to Vietnamese civilian casualties to a Westmoreland's directive fol lowed a scries of mistaken U. S or allied bombings on Vietnamese villagers during the past Since last three incidents of apparently mistaken attacks on villagers were re In a fourth U. S. Air Force planes attacked a on Page Tourism Has Placed Smiles On Faces Of Areas Businessmen Today's Chuckle No matter how long you nurse a it won't fet WRR Gen. Hard - working Chamber of Commerce officials in this area have seen the results of their winter and spring publicity campaigns come to full flower this summer of 1966. Of they have had help from the weatherman who treated this section of the state to one of the nicest summers in recent For that is. The Maine farmer has had a long wait between rainy The tourists have come in stayed for longer periods than in previous years and spent their Clayton executive secretary of the expressed his pleas ure with the season thus far and said it has been very He said local merchants are enjoying one of their finest seasons and credited good ing with bringing in Cartmill said the sales on Thursday nights and August Dollar Days were well publicized and SUMMER COAL PRICES In Effect June 1 To August 31 FILL UP NOW AND SAVE BIDDEFORD & SACO COAL & OIL COMPANY 99 Cleaves Street - 283-365$ - Biddeford and were instrumental in bringing people to the * * Cartmill gave credit to the Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce for its Newspaper and TV He said a great deal of publicity was gained for this area from the releases and pictures about the Because of on the part of visitors to this area in making reservations last no one was stranded without a Cartmill This fact was all the more remarkable because for a few all hotels and other tourist were filled to Down at Old Orchard Beach Hiram executive secretary of that town's chamber of said this summer marked the first timo he has been signs in trailer parks in that Parish praised police and lifeguards for their work with the record - breaking He said business in July was up about 10 per cent over last year's for the same one complaint Parish speaking of local When asked where the bulk of the tourists came Parish replied most were from were more per sons from the Quebec area this year than in other * * * Everything in the resort town was Restaurants and other eating places were Stands on the pier did flourishing The churches were filled to In an attempt to ease the situation on Sunday masses were said in the high school gymnasium to ac the throngs of Parish Many of the tourists in Biddeford were Canadians but Cartmill said there was a good representation from other states in the He said more people were travelling this year and attributed this to MACHINISTS AND MACHINE OPERATORS TOP PAY OVERTIME EMPLOYMENT APPLY IN PERSON OR CALL ATLANTIC PRECISION PRODUCTS Smith Street 283-3878 Biddeford good good weather was a he The big trend into Maine seemed to start on July Do minion Day in Cartmill said chamber of commerce offices in the state work together to assist the tourists and all work with the Maine Publicity Bureau to at tract visitors lo the Services performed by C. of C personnel include giving out information about road is done on a year-round data on and in Biddeford and information about summer theater bills are often Community slate maps and calendars of events which take place from June to Sep tember are tourist aids prepar ed by the state and local The summer season is nearly ended and the tourists are returning to their homes but in chamber of commerce offices throughout the plans for next summer already are being DANCE For Teen Agers Rochambeau Club 329 South Biddeford Wednesday August 17, 24 & 31 7:30 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. Music By The of Winner cese of said the confer there by * * be any peace demonstrations * The committee was advised of the court's and went ahead with its proceedings - which it had said it would do in any Dist. Judge Howard F. Corcoran granted the ACLU application for the restraining order and for a special court to consider the constitutional question of the establishment of the A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals held an unusual night hearing on the government's Rep. Joe R. acting had said the committee would go ahead despite the court Extra police were ordered posted around the House office building to guard against any demonstrations by peace Several of the witnesses to appear before the committee were at the court building awaiting the They included Dr. Allen M. Krebs and Walter D. Teague both of New York who were the plaintiffs in the suit brought by the * * * As the hearing Pool charged that the accusation against the committee that it is trying to suppress dissent on the Viet Nam issue nothing but a red herring dragged into these proceedings in an attempt to cover the trail of persons and groups who have worked to aid forces with which the United States is now engaged in large open hostilities Marches Will Be Expanded By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Civil rights leaders say the marches into white neighbor hoods of Chicago will be expanded and continue until Negroes can move into housing wherever they The promised continuation of the came from Albert A. convenor of the Coordinating Council of Community at a rally Monday Eight groups of marchers are to go into previously picketed areas going to Jefferson a Northwest Side and five going to downtown locations including the Chicago Real Estate Planning continued for a WASHINGTON - The summit meeting on housing Air Force has paidi off the Navy Wednesday The Rt. Rev. for that splendid bit of fishing James W. bishop for a hydrogen bomb off Spain coadjutor of the Episcopal last cerned largely with overt not mere expressions of an enemy of country in time of war has ways been regarded as he oi attempting to send to ar enemy of the United States is at overt it is not mere That also he to obstructing movements armed forces personnel anc impairing morale and and organized for the government of Noth Viet Nam or the Viet Cong. He said Congress has to sider special measures because are dealing with a war but under suet conditions that our wartime treason and certain other utes are not committee recognizes the right of every citizen to agree with and criticize both the domestic and foreign policies of the United States Pool does not that the gives any in a time though undeclared the right to assist the of this country - either b sending aid to them in any forr or in any way sabotaging the movement or supply of its armed acting on a suit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on half of two of 13 persons suM by the isJ sued a temporary order forbidding the blocked the subpoenas and diJ that a al court be convened to consider constitutional questions raised by the The Justice Pool much of his ing on behalf of the committee opening statement to asserting promptly asked a that hearings are con- on Page Air Force Pays For Bomb Rescue A Pentagon spokesman said ence was called to discuss open today the settlement came to to seek an end to which the Air the marches which have led to Force paid the Navy by check violence on many In New a federal appeals court reversed the convictions of two Negroes who have been in solitary confinement on death row for 13 modern * * * In another of its landmark the 5th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Edgar Labat and Clifton A. both of New did not get a fair trial because Negroes were excluded from the trial The case was the last of eight in which appeals court set out to guidelines for selection of grand juries and trial juries in Southern Labat and convicted of raping a white are subject In Senate Republican Leader Everett M. said the problem of racial discrimination in housing re- - - - quires more He told After it was an Air Force - ' signed for by the pilot of newsmen he had spent a week end poring over the House passed civil rights and is as convinced as ever that its open housing section is In New it was an that Stokely Carmi chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating has been named to an international panel which will put the United States for its Viet Nam The announcement was made on behalf of Lord Bertrand Russell who originally announced the crimes that will meet in France in In New U.S. Dist. Judge Herbert W. Christenberry reprimanded Leander Perez and threatened for a second time to cite the segregation leader for contempt of The judge issued the warning during the third day of a hearing on a suit to desegregate schools in Perez's Plaquemines Perez said he wanted to read certain letters because he didn't think judge would see them Christenberry warned him to quit suggesting that the judge would not consider all the After hearing closing the judge delayed his ruling but said he is bound by law to order integration of the public schools in the a segregation This be a decent wage for hauling up a hydrogen bomb from 2,500 feet deep in the Mediterranean It comes out to around a considering that the nuclear device was missing for 80 days after it was dropped from a disintegrating The approved billing isn't a great deal more than the million claim posted against the U.S. government by lawyers for Spanish fisherman Simo proclaimed as hero of the by U.S. Ambassador Angier Biddle Orts saw the parachute floating the bomb after the and a tanker He told authorities it went * * * It remained for tho Navy to haul it up after an extensive sea bottom By joint service the Air Force was obliged to pay for the cost of what the United States called training this was one of thi daily flights by nuclear equipped planes the Uniter States keeps airborne - just The cost of spokesman included billing for the special equipment thr was used and other pocket But nol figured in was the cost of norl mal operation of 15 or so naval ships nor salaries for scores naval personnel who pated in the I At the end of the fiscal the spokesman the Air Force came across with tml check which covered these mal jor J Oceans Systems Inc. - leased the shallow-water ting the ine - the submersible with Navy's snub-nosed played a key role in locating the on the murky sea The an research I The surveying ship That amounts to about which leaves an balance of about million - of pocket the before he took off on you Striking Mechanics Get Details Today WASHINGTON - Striking mechanics receive today details of a tentative agreement aimed at ending by Friday the shutdown of five major The idled airlines said they could resume some flights this weekend if the agreement is approved by the strikers at meetings across the nation The strike is now in its 40th P. L. president of the AFL-CIO International Association of called the reached about dawn best ever in one set of negotiations by any Details of the contract were to remain secret until the 35,400 strikers received a letter from Siemiller in which he said he recommended ratification of the agreement reached with the airlines - Trans World and sources the contract was a three-year package worth about an estimated 8 per cent increase for the machii * * * This would mean a pel hour increase over three yearl for top mechanics now per hour plus benefits thai bring the total to per P The agreement is believed also to contain a wage escalator a kej union Lack of such clause reportedly was mental in union rejection of agreement negotiated undel White House auspices July 29 The White House had no cot ment on the new Officials believe another rei son for the 3-1 vote against thj first agreement was lack of of its In an effort to get a ratification of the July 29 agree ment only terse telegrams wer sent to the locals and the voti was taken two days This mailed personal letters to a striking union members whom the headquarters bad a on rage
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