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10 Aug 1955

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10 Aug 1955

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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Biddeford, Maine Weather Cloudy and warmer by Mefort on two a want ads bring action Usa them vol. 71, no. 186 Only Dally newspaper in York county Biddeford Maine wednesday evening Augustio 1955 full leased Al wire service 20 pages Price five cents Hurricane threatens East Seaboard a my. A Canada predicts Success in atom Power production seen major source of electricity in future Geneva a a Canada resorted today that within to years he May be producing atomic sower that can compete in some Meas with Coal and water pow a. And from 1970 on two Canadian experts told the 72-nation rooms for peace conference rom in Power May begin to emerge a was a major if not the , source of electricity in j. Davis an economist of can Ida a department of Trade and Commerce and w. B. Lewis Purchase offer called Effort to confuse issues Washington lbs Northeast airlines today described As a a last minute attempt to confuse the issues an offer by National airlines of Miami to buy . T. Baker nationals presi research vice president of the Dent made the offer in testimony Dominion s atomic projects at prepared for a civil aeronautics Board cab hearing on the new Chalk River ont., made the re pm a York Florida air service. Bak they told delegates to the u. Eros testimony was made Public meeting that the last night although he was not performance of one of Canadas scheduled to testify until today research reactors and other Baker opposed Northeast a apaches raised the possibility of plication to the cab for a route producing Power at 7 Mills per Extension from new York to kilowatt hour within the next to Florida a service now operated years. A Mill is one tenth of a cent. A a atomic Energy plants with an even better performance than this May Well be under construction in before 1965,�?� Thev added. The canadians said that because of their country a abundant water and Coal resources nuclear Power must drop below b Mills before it can a Manv where in by National and by Eastern airlines. His Advance testimony did not mention Price but said National was willing to buy Northeast Stock held by Atlas corp., a new York firm headed by financier Floyd Adlum giving debentures in return. Baker said Atlas Northeast a principal stockholder has no compete objection to this plan. Previous testimony before the a at 7 they continued cab showed Atlas held 46 per a it might be Able to compete cent of Northeast a common and with Hydro or Coal filled steam 98.8 per cent of its preferred Power however these demands Stock. Would be limited in the near in Boston Robert l. Turner future. Vice president of Northeast said a but at 6 Mills the situation bakery a proposal was a in no is different. The highly devel sense a real doctor sends first lady to bed for rest Gettysburg. A. Up a on advice of her physician Mamie Eisenhower has been taking it in svy resting in bed at her country Home Here. But a presidential aide says the first lady is a not ill merely president Eisenhower himself disclosed yesterday that his wife was in bed. But he added a a she la be All Murry Snyder assistant White House press Secretary told newsmen later in response to their inquiries a she is not ill. She is merely tired. She had a very Active week end she had several guests and is just tired. You know it was very hot up Snyder said he was making his report after checking with maj. Walter Tkach assistant White House physician. Mrs. Eisenhower motored to the family Faim from Washington last Friday and was joined later that Day by the president who is spending the week Here acting on the big Batch of Bills which Congress passed just before it adjourned. He plans to leave sunday for an extended vacation in Denver. Oped Power consuming Region of Southern Ontario a where imported Coal will soon be the Only alternative a could absorb Large blocks of Power in this Cost Range without creating even a temporary surplus of generating capacity a Rich in resources they explained that Canada presently is Well endowed with resources for the production of electricity by conventional Means a but. Insofar As the More highly industrialized regions re concerned Power costs Are from now on expected to follow an Howard trend. A the Advent of nuclear Energy therefore has important implications. The least it will do is set a ceiling on Power costs in continued on Page five a we Are satisfied a said a that it is no More than a diversionary technique in a last minute desperate attempt to confuse the issues in the a Turner said the offer a shows that National recognizes the strength of Northeast a position As an applicant for authority to serve Between new England and defense witness testifies for lieutenant Erwin it. Lewis Wash. Up a a defense a fitness for it. Jefferson d. Erwin in his court martial on collaboration charges testified yesterday Erwin asked that Steps be taker to break up a so called prisoners peace committee. He was m. Sgt. Joseph f. Dutra. Fall River. Mass., one of four witnesses called yesterday by counsel for the 38-year-old career Soldier from Blanchard okla. Erwin is charged with making pro communist statements and aiding the enemy while a prisoner in Korea in 1951. Erwin was a member of the t peace committee whose state a a a a 11 ments were used for propaganda purposes by the North koreans. Edwin told him Dutra said that if any a germ warfare statements or broadcasts Attri buted to him should be made at the pow Camp 5 at proc Tong the sergeant should not believe them. He should also try and Sto them and take action to break up the peace committee continued on Page i Ive Likely t o move slowly toward Carolina coast Biddeford Saco area is bracing for Hurricane soviet atom exhibit a Model of a nuclear Plant reportedly in operation in Central Russia receives a close examination from British and Canadian scientists at the Geneva Switzerland atoms for peace conference. Looking Over the soviet display Are w. J. Bennett left head of the Canadian atomic Energy project and Britain a sir John Cockcroft. The soviet scientists told the conference its first Small commercial atomic Plant promises profitable electricity for areas Remote from Coal supplies. The conference sponsored by the United nations and housed in Geneva a Palace of nations is attracting scientists from 72 nations. A wire photo. Today s chuckle when you help out a Man in trouble you can be sure of Ore thing. Ile wont forget you a the next time he a in trouble. General Murm it or Naon May Lead to trouble u. S. Is watching anti red demonstrations in Korea by John m. Hightower i a state department press Ofifi Washington up a officials err. Lincoln White told newsmen watched with growing concern yesterday this country intends to today lest anti red Demontra abide by its obligation to protect Biddeford girl makes friends with Princess Princess Vassu of India and a a a a a a miss Irene Throumoulos Graham j q d t Street have become fast friends gj3,c0 a 3x Lac exc this summer. So it was Only natural that they should visit Wellesley College Campus together this week for they will both to freshmen this fall. Vassu who has a much longer name and a Princess title had her financial Secretary from her fathers province with her to make arrangements for her stay at College and in this country too. He created a great Deal of attention on the Campus with his turban and pointed Beard. A and each one of these Points mean something to explained miss Throumoulos. He was educated in England and made the voyage with Vassu to this country by Way of England. Vassu wore her Sari for the Day at Wellesley. In India when a girl reaches her 15th year she must Wear saris. Before that she May Wear dresses. But Vassu is happiest in sports clothes. For classes she will Wear Bermuda shorts and shirts like other classmates and follow the Rule for length which prevail at the College. But for dinner when dresses or skirts Are worn she will Wear a Outin urn on Pace two tons in Korea Lead to serious difficult Between South Korea and the United annual August summer Sale specials $400 Fried leg and drumstick of Chicken with Spaghetti broiled special steer sirloin Steak mushroom sauce 2 fresh veg. French bread amp butter broiled Rump steer tenderloin with onion rings 2 fresh veg. French bread amp butter luncheon specials daily from 50c steaks chops lobsters from a Sandwich to a banquet members of the Neutral nations supervisor a commission personnel. Including communists in South Korea. The truce supervision group is land said Gerald Parsons. 22 made up of representatives of Sweden Switzerland. Czechoslovakia and Poland. Americans and South koreans alike regard the czechs and poles As the Eves and ears of the communists. Thev differ on what should be done. J the u. S. Government favors a patient and gradual reduction of the commissions functions until font med on live youth arrested for Money theft bar Harbor up a two hours after a Money Box confining $134 was grabbed from a storekeeper entering his Home a Voung Man was arrested Early today and part of the Money found where it had been hidden. Police chief Howard Mcfear. Of bar Harbor admitted taking the Box from William Webber a grocer. Shortly before last Midnight 500 feet from police Headquarters. The chief said Parsons implicated another Young Man As Driver of an automobile in which he fled. Some of the Money was recovered at Simeur de Monts sprint a Park and at Salisbury Cove six Miles away. To remain same As last year i first official notice to tax i payers of a $37 per $1,000 tax rate for 1955 for Saco was in the i tax Bills which were in the mails j today. This is the same As last or 0 Quot i l los inform taxpayers that if i payment is not made by nov. I interest at 6. Per cent will be j charged from oct. I. Some confusion among tax payers was built earlier this year by actions within the assessors office. A majority representation of the assessors. Chairman Andrew Fournier and Kenneth Goodwin resigned when sup port of their actions by the City government was not apparent. They resigned a caving Joseph Sterling in office. Sterling had insisted in unchanging assessed valuation of some property in the City. Tax Bills issued today list the Board of assessors As Sterling. William j. Dunn and Raymond Chicoine the latter pair appointed As replacement for the resigned members. Payment is demanded by Dolores c. Leto Lier collector. Polio cases increase in new England Boston up a five cast s of polio were reported today among 114 boys attending a summer Camp at Middleboro. Mass. The report Carne As the 1955 polio total in the six new England states Rose to 1,180 compared with 240 in the corresponding period last year. The disease has taken 34 lives. Or. William Fishman director of Camp Avo a at Middleboro which caters to boys from new York and Boston said he had written the Young campers parents advising them that every precaution is being taken. Quot strenuous activities have been curtailed a he said. Quot there has been no swimming allowed since1 polio was reported and a doctor visits the campers twice a Day for meanwhile municipal officials in Boston decided against curtailing the summer playground program by cancelling excursions to museums concerts and baseball games. Or. John if. Cauley City health commissioner said after the conference with school officials that a no significant Hazard exists a because. Most of the Boston children have been exposed to the with Hurricane Connie Havering off the coast of the Carolinas local beaches were taking preliminary precautions in Case the storm did hit Here. The u. S. Coast guard station at Biddeford Pool reported this morning that condition 3 was still in effect. In Short condition 3 is that the Hurricane could possibly strike this area within 48 hours. The coast guard has removed All Small boats from the Ocean out in front of the station where seas today were unusually rough. All lobster men and yacht clubs along the coast have been alerted by the coast guard. Biddeford Pool lobster men were working frantically this morning since 5 30 to get As Many of their lobster pots out of the rough Ocean As possible. The Choppy Waters along the Pool front however Are not directly attributed to Hurricane Connie. Along the came Ellis Shore where islands and the breakwater afford More Protection from a wild sea Loo Stermen were pulling up a few pots and Oil i huf i to cd chief making preparations for Hurricane Connie Augusta up a state civil de. Lense chief col. Harry a. Manes said today he was calling a meeting of his key men to outline preparations for Hurricane Connie. Col. Manes said also he expected to talk to gov. Muskie attending a Chicago governors conference to Brief him on Dren rations. From eight to 12 hours before any big blow hits the state. Manes added he will order cd organizations on stand by Alert. A Complete mobilization would follow four hours in Advance. The governors or2ne also said Muskie was being l of informed on Steps being taken to meet the Hurricane. _ $ Hatteras n. Up a Hurricane Connie her 135-mile winds posing a threat to the whole East i coast hovered off the Carolina Mainland today. She was almost j stationary. I the weather Bureau reported i the dangerous Hurricane third i of the year was entered about 225 Miles Southeast of Wilming St a ton n. C., this morning. Little Forward movement was expected during the next six hours the Bureau said. Then j Connie Wras expected to Ove slowly town Ard land in the Vicinity of Wilmington. Hurricane Force winds May reach there late today. Boston up a coastal new englander boarded up and made other storm preparations today As Hurricane Connie Dawdle Over the Atlantic Ocean freshening Easterly winds kicked up the seas and sent an Advance storm warning in rising Waves rolling in to the shores. The Boston weather Bureau said the Hurricane probably will begin to accelerate northward within the next 24 hour id if Leet a some part of the n w England area with Hurricane Force winds by thursday evening the s would be Only a few mile North of the spot last years Hazel most destructive of the 1954 storms moved Inland to sweep death and havoc throughout the East and into Canada. Towering Waves and High tides already pounded the Carolina beaches As the storm approached. Coastal residents and vacationers from Savannah ga., North have moved Inland or taken utmost precautions against the big blow. The weather Bureau holstered Hurricane warnings from Cape fear South of Wilmington to the Virginia capes. But storm flags were flying from Savannah North t a Provincetown mass., and residents were cautioned to watch for Quick changes for the worse. Stalled awhile crawling Forward yesterday and last night. Connie Wras stalled temporarily by a High pressure area w hich now has begun moving out. The coast guard station at it. Macon n. A. Near Morehead City and Beaufort Early today in ii Stassen tests support of governors for Ike a plan to Swap arms blueprints bomber Type Stock car races tonight 8 p. M. 8 big races plus added attractions Beech Ridge Speedway West Scarborough Maine grand opening of a new farm store at Corner of Alfred and Jefferson streets tomorrow at 11 30 a. Svs. Flowers for the ladies balloons for the kiddies come and save 20c a dozen on Large eggs plus a great saving on butter Coffee cottage cheese and freshly dressed poultry visit either of our two farm stores centrally located for your convenience the farm store 64 Alfred Street Biddeford and 158 main Street. Saco Chicago up a Harold Eft Stassen tested support among the nations governors today for president Eisenhower a proposal for an Exchange of military blueprints Between the United states an i Russia. Stassen former Minnesota governor circulated unofficially As the 47th annual governors conic rence prepared to swing into a cd Russion of highways and Highway safety punctured by a disagreement Over Eisenhower a Bond financed Road build my program. The fact that Eisenhower had sent Stassen Here to test state by state sentiment on his plan for reciprocal Aerial inspection of soviet military instal i at ions was regarded in some quarters As indicating the plan Wall be refer b led or presented anew at the forthcoming meeting of the United ratio is disarmament subcommittee. Russian Premier Nicolai Bulgarin first rejected the Eisenhower inspection plan but later said the russians would consider it. Eisenhower told his news conference recently some new ideas would be offered to the u. N. Group by Stassen. Governors meanwhile kicked the political football around with few tangible results. Democrats persisted without much Public Success in trying to Force into the open Adai e. Stevenson a palpable intention to go after the Ltd a a 111 ii a cd on Page i it Corn Cut every hour at 25c a do zen in the tally to Garden Elm St., Biddeford on done to miss the a. E. Ross retirement Sale final Days aug. Lith to aug. 20th come running now before Many of the bargains Are sold menus work shoes dress shoes $2.99 86 dresses. Sold to $8.95$1 37 boys 3 to 17 sport Coats so Rahily soiled. Is 28 boys suits. Soiled $3 67 ladies $2.98 bed jackets 2 for is 72 ladies s3.98 slips $1 43 men s sport Coats sold to $29.95 $5 men s Streicher nylons 3 prs. $1 $1 Hanes and fruit of the loom shorts 2 for $1 54 $1.98 ladies blouses 2 for $1 $2.98 Terry cloth slipcovers 2 for $1 46 100% Nylon $2 half slips 2 for $1 men s shirts. Sold to $2.95$1 Only 4 evening gowns 2 wedding gowns. Sold to $59.95$5 suits top Coats overcoats sold to $49.95$15 trousers7se"luil5tiit7r $5 ladies shoes Soldo $8.952 prs. Is men s famous shoes sold to $19.95$4.99 and $5.99 children s shoes. $3 Adler s 100% Wool Slipper sox 99c is famous Brand dress and sport ladies 51 gauge nylons. 3 for $1 shirts. Selling to $4.95 each 3 for $5 get our 4 Page circular telling about All the bargains american shopping Center 39 Washington St

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