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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Biddeford, Maine Biddefcrtl.5co journal monday August 14, 1967 deaths Amedee Chaligny Amedee Chantigny 80, of 158 Hill St., Biddeford died in a local Hospital Early today Fol lowing a Brief illness. J he was born in new bed Ford mass. On Jan. 15, 1887, and was the son of Joseph and Delvina Plourde Chantigny. He was employed by the York mfg. Co. Then later the Bates mfg. Co. For 50 years. I lie is survived by his widow j mrs. Clara Boucher Chantigny two daughters mrs. Mary Pel Lelier of Norwalk. Calif., and mrs. Roger Barbara Gouin of Biddeford six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews funeral services will from St. Andre s thursday morning at 9 friends May Call Emond funeral Home St., Biddeford from night and from 2-4 funerals George a. funeral services were for George Albert Hill Ofton on saturday at 2 personals 1 the weather mrs. John p. Buckley 38 i Green St. Biddeford. Is a patient at the Webber Hospital held miss Yvonne Doyon. 42 Al a Day Jfred St., Biddeford is in new1 from i York attending the new York be hold Church the Shumway funeral Home gift show. 35 Spring St., Saco. I Adjutor Vaillancourt of 7 Les Rev. Donald Hess of the Fos Sluard ave. Biddeford has return Street methodist Church in bid Jed to his Home from a local hos Deford officiated. Pita. Interment was in Buxton lower Corner cemetery i bearers were Millard Kim Ball Clement Meserve Ernest Hill and Charles Houston i masonic services were con ducted at the funeral Home Sunrise investors will meet Friday night by Arion Lodge tonight at 7 in red s Barber of goodwins Mills. Shop Saco Valley shopping arrangements were by Phil Center. In ii. Gross or. Director. I athe annual banquet of Owen Ralph j. Goldthwaite j Davis Post american legion funeral services were held auxiliary will be held at the captains Clearing and Cool tonight. Low temperatures in the 50s. Tuesday fair and warmer. August tides m. 7 02 8 08 9 14 Low a. M. 1 20 1 32 2 38 p. It. 12 38 1 44 2 44 looking ahead at weather at 72 7-10 and the Hill , Day. Tomorrow and wednes John a. Hayes Wells John Albert Hayes. 68, of Moody Beach died at a York Hospital saturday following a lengthy illness. He was the husband of Theresa Pistorio Hayes. He was born in Whitman. Mass. The son of Albert e. And Mary Meigham Hayes. He served with the Marine corps during world War i was a member of the Wells Ogunquit Lions club the Wells Beach Hose co. And was past Sachem to of the order of Redmon of 9 a Guaquil. He was a former member of the Wells Grange. Surviving besides his widow Are two sons. John a. Or. Newark del., and Robert serving with the . Navy and two grandchildren. There will be no funeral services. Friends May Call at the an Gell funeral Home 9 Dane St. Kennebunk tonight from 7 to 9. For Ralph j. Goldthwaite of 74 Pool Road Biddeford on saturday afternoon at 3 30 from the to Shumway funeral Home 35 10 Spring St., Saco. Rev. Donald Hess of the Foss Street methodist Church officiated. Interment was in the family lot in Laurel Hill cemetery. Honorary bearers were Mac Rice Curtis Hiram Morton i Dan Farnsworth and Lawrence i Matthews. Bearers were Frank Peck j Louis Marcillo Jack Small and Lester Orcutt. Arrangements were by Philip h. Gross sr., director. Cape wednesday at 6 30 Bers will meet at Hall at g . By for porpoise Boston a weather . Mem Ricau s five Day forecast the legion Northern new England Massachusetts and Rhode Island the temperature during the the meeting of the Owen Davis five Days tuesday through sat Post american legion will be urday will average above nor held tomorrow evening at 8 at Mal. The Post Home. Beach Street daytime High temperatures Saco. Refreshments will be average Between 80 and 85 served. Church notes a ii the degrees. Nighttime Low tempera lures will average Between 55 and 65 degrees. Warmer tues Day and wednesday then con i my i Stopes lined quite warm the remainder of the period. Rainfall during this period will sunbeams total on the average Between Rifle sights ordered by poverty Agency Houston Tex. A George t. Miller who ordered i seven telescopic Rifle sights for the Houston Antipoverty Agency said sunday he had hoped to convert them into classroom microscopes. Police chief Herman b. Short responded to Miller s statement with laughter. Miller 64, property manager of the Harris county commune i to action association was vacationing in Virginia Friday when Short made Public the scope requisition and the chief s feelings about it disgust and the Sun weathered Miller wore boots Cowboy hat Western tie and a Satin shirt with Pearl snap buttons to a news j conference and App Turbed As he read a prepare statement. Miller said his Job involved j ordering surplus goods offered free by the government to anti poverty agencies. He asked first for i to Scopes. He said but they were unavailable so he ordered the telescopic sights thinking the lenses could be used to make interfaith service ends arts festival Kennebunk nearly 1000 persons sunday participated in the interfaith worship service with the liturgical dance drama by Flower Hujer and her dance troupe ending the week Long religious arts festival held it the area churches. A Parade formed at Dock Square at Kennebunkport and marched to the franciscan monastery where the service was held in the gymnasium. Many participated in the Parade carrying balloons signs and some Riding decorated bicycles at the " marci1and miss Regina funeral services were held ave., old Orchard Beach. For miss Regina Marchand of Hill St., Biddeford today at the ladies Home league meeting of. S Ages 6-10 will take place one Quarter and one half Inch ocl tuesday at 3 30 p. M. In the curing As widely scattered aft salvation army Hall 91 Union croon thundershowers thursday and Friday. Ann Parpari Ninnor i la monastery gymnasium appeared under Itne fou owing program was presented. Hymn Joyful Joyful we adore thee with All participating petitions scripture Reading ii Samuel 6 12-21. The Juggler of our lady a medieval dance drama with Flower Hujer As choreographer Miller Richardson design music Frescobaldi Arbeau palestrina and others. Juggler Miller said he did not a nov Philip Rice monks William for Etan that is pin of 8"?. Harris Roger making microscopes would la to re to work. Jen Mcgarvey inese Suva and or Jack Thompson professor i Vala. We poles a the pro of optics at the University of i tis " est so of Houston said such conversion a. Hau Taren my to say prayers members of the ladies of Victory Circle will meet at the Emond funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford tomorrow after noon at 2 to say prayers for Amedee Chantigny husband of a member. V . From St. Andre s Church Bacon Street Biddeford. A solemn High mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Charles Rivard assisted by Rev. Germain Bureau As Deacon and Rev. Bernand Nicknair us Deacon. Singing was by members of the Church choir under the direction of Charles Proulx with mrs. Laura Proulx As organist. Bearers were Donald Marchand Raymond Neault. Richard Poisson and Norma Neault. I ribbon bearers of the children of Mary modality were i miss Juliette Cordeau miss Marie Anna Boisvert miss Gil Byrte Caouette miss Lumina Bisson and miss Lillianne i Ger president meet tuesday the salvation Union ave Beach. At 7 30 army old will p. M. In. Hall 91 Orchard prayer meeting will take place tuesday at 7 30 p. M. At the full gospel Church route 9-a, just off route 109, Wells. Arthur Guerin is honoured at testimonial winners named at be foyer whist special prize winners at be foyer club whist parties yesterday held at the clubhouse on the Corner of Pool and Foss streets Biddeford were Rose Shevenell Arthemise Jacques and Joseph Plourde. High scorer was Maurice Marcoux. Those on the committee were Antoinette Chretien Bernice Beaulieu. Claudette Warner Medley Beaulieu Richard St Onge agma Morin Suzanne Chouinard Donald Elie and Joseph Chouinard. Consolation prize went to Beatrice Corriveau and special prize winners were Mabel Ayotte Arthemise Jacques and Renald Dumont. Others attending were Edward Gallant Alma Morin Andre Pineau Mehran Toroni an Malvina Gaudette Carl Tapley Anna Cote Arthur Bol Duc Carey Tapley Albert Cou Lombe Yvonne Girouard Albert Coulombe jr., Rose Pineau Marie Anne Lapointe Kathleen Malone and Phillip place. Whist parties will be Heid next week according to an announcement by the committee members. Fireman Hurt answering false alarm a very was nearly death of a or. Capt. Hospitalized unfunny prankster responsible for the Biddeford firefight Renald Madore is in satisfactory con Webber Hospital after sustaining yesterday morn Dit iou at the this morning injuries Early ing. A Box alarm sounded sending firemen to their trucks. After one of the trucks pulled from its stall Madore fell to the ground. He had apparently Arthur r. Guerin of Gertrude Avenue Biddeford who retired from the Biddeford j Post office was honoured at a,., testimonial saturday night at forming a delegation of Biddeford Saco Lodge of Ueen attempting to Board the children of Mary were pm to ind Rirl no Wen aide Muiir a u is and my. A of Witt Foj toe place in Thiam. Psf so it staff s saw ily lot in St Josephs cemetery gifts which followed a social with committal prayers recited Sioui by father Nicknair.  i head table guests in Addi Uris Nyk a v a ass Tion to the guest of Leonor and he Kuby v. Koht i Johnson were mrs. Guerin a solemn requiem High mass Biddeford postmaster and mrs. I and Poissant continued from Page one and Ann Louise Penna. Raymond Poissant Waltham mass. Or. And mrs. John Currier Groton Conn. Or. And mrs. Robert Gosselin and children Julie Robert and Elizabeth Danvers mass. Or. And mrs. Michael Lamoureux Hyde Park mass. Or. And mrs. Richard Roberge or. And mrs. Rene Roche and mrs. Joseph a Gosselin All of Berlin . Or. And mrs. John Treacy and or Ami mrs. Paul Corrado Danvers mass. B. John Smith Groton Rudolphe Nadeau Arlington is was celebrated for Harvey v Ross 52, of 53 Wentworth St., Biddeford today at 8 30 . From St. Joseph s Church Elm Street Biddeford. Rev. Sylvio Levesque Cele Brant was assisted by Rev.1 valmont Gilbert As Deacon and Rev. Paul Plante As sub Deacon. Singing was by members of the Church choir and mrs. Diana Rousselle was the organist. Burial was in the family lot Anco in St. Joseph s cemetery and Anco committal prayers were remit Anc de by father Levesque. An j a firing squad from the is Portsmouth naval shipyard in Anco Kittery included pn1 Ronald w. Lib Dykins us dc2 Robert e. Galary us pn3 Scott h. Deming us dk2 Kenneth d. Cable us sk2 Medford l. Mayhall us cs2 Chancey Edward us utp2 Frank Mccabe us. Bearers were Marc Dubreuil Donald Turcotte Roger Dion. Richard Kerry Rudolph r. Ross or. And Donald Guille Reault. Willie Laverriere or. And mrs. Arthur Guerin jr., mrs. Simone Guerin Ronald Guerin and Eugene Guerin. Other guests were or. And mrs. Oscar Bergeron or. And mrs. Robert Cyr or. And mrs. Andre Laliberte or. And mrs. Roland Laliberte or. And mrs. Armand Metayer or. And mrs. Joseph Pothier or. Mrs. Harry Scott jr., or. Mrs. Henry Vachon or. Mrs. Kenneth Cooper or. Mrs Robert Gosselin or. Mrs. Leo Cote. Or. And Robert Goudreau or. Mrs. John t. Brooks or. John Chenard or. Robert Collette or. Joseph Gobeil or. Francis Murphy or. Leo Paul Nadeau and door Frame his helmet squashed and a Boot torn from his foot. He was taken to the Webber in what appeared to be a serious condition. Arriving at the Box the Corner of Bacon and Foss streets firemen found the alarm had been sounded falsely. And and and and and or. Joseph bert11iaume old Orchard Beach funeral services were held for Joseph Adelard Birthiaume 71 of Jeanette Avenue saturday morning at 8 30 from St. Margaret s Church. Rev. Royal Parent celebrated the requiem High mass. Singing was by members of the Church choir with mrs. Antonio Boisvert at the Organ. Burial was in the family lot tiie in St. Joseph s cemetery Biddeford with graveside prayers recited by father Parent. Bearers were Louis u. Tal Louis Boucher Albric a Robert Hunter James mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. And mrs. Raymond Pepin. Also attending were or. And mrs. Joseph Poirier or. And mrs. Paul Tate or and mrs. I Gerard Twomey or. And mrs. Ivan Menard or. And mrs. Henry Pelrin or. And mrs. William Bacety Lionel Baillargeon and Philip Pruneau. Sharing in the gift presentation but unable to attend were Arthur Beaudoin Francis Levesque John Migner Albert Pelletier Rudolph Pruneau j Harry Gowen Philip Cartier Charles Dineen Elwood Doyle Ralph Lachance Raymond la Moth Robert Libby Lawrence Mathews and Laurel wat sin. Dancing was held following testimonial ceremonies. Belair baby sits for a dead cat Biddeford police desk officer Armand Belair found himself baby sitting a dead cat for almost four hours saturday. Answering a Call police officers Joseph Beal and Theodore Drouin retrieved the dead animal from the Corner of main and Cleaves streets and returned it to the station. The dog officer was unable to get the Ani Imal until about four hours aft Ier it had been picked up. Pollice claim they have no facilities for disposing or caring for animals dead or alive. The matter of both police officers and the dog officer being responsible to the Public in such cases came up at a recent City Council meeting and it was moved to have police chief Edgar Sevigny the three police commissioners and the dog officer present at the next Council session. Was impossible since a Microscope constructed from Telescope lenses would magnify objects Only two or three times. Miller onetime Harris county Houston Deputy sheriff said the police chief s remarks about the sights were unfortunate and perhaps Malcious. Made for the purpose of discrediting the local Community action Miller added the chief of police knew the sights were at Kelly air Force base in san Antonio not Houston and that there was no danger even if they were ordered for some nefarious purpose which they were Short responded later with laughter saying they just requisitioned the Rifle sights and that s All there is to it. I Don t consider it too unusual for the police department and me to get blamed for this. It s really rather the scope order was approved by the office of economic Opportunity in Washington and the general services administration s fort Worth division before it was halted by a civilian employee of Kelly air Force base in san Antonio where it was to be filled. The Man who vetoed the order said he did not consider the Scopes suitable for anti poverty work. Is David Peterson James Hamlin. Steven Harter Greg Brown and Jon Ackley King Brent. Anderson Madonna Flower Hujer. J prayer was recited by All i the pastors participating in the festival. I pastors participating include i de Rev. Edward g. Ward Rev. Fred Holmberg rabbi Boris Gottlieb Rev. Robert m. Howes Rev. Augustine Siman Vicius or. Lawman h. Bru Ner Rev. George a. Wester Berg Rev. William j. Kelly pastor. Rev. Stephen f. Con Cannon assistant pastor Rev. Paul Lachance o.f.m., Rev. Norman l. Kellett and Rev. J. Robert Ross. Canticle of the Sun a hymn by All closed the religious arts festival. Or. Richard Spath sets radio talk u. S. A. Mrs. Clara Demers old Hoctor and John Bergeron All Orchard Beach mrs. Jacque members of York county bar line Hemenway Shrewsbury Racks world War 1. Mass. Or. And mrs. Robert a firing squad was composed Rov Coventry Conn. Or. And of Francis Simard Napoleon mrs. Gerard Nadeau Methuen a Frechette Thomas Mcgarity mass. And mrs. Marguerite and Raymond King All mom Alix. Arlington mass Bers of the Barracks. Others were or. And mrs. The american Flag was pre John Roche and Walter Roche a seated to a member of the also of Arlington mass. Mrs. J family by commander Arthur Alfred Lajoie Willard Lajoie s. Lambert. Of Lowell mass. Or and mrs Alcide p. Vaillancourt Cape ill j i i Flynn a Elizabeth sister St. Laurence hefty Otari Doary Gorham . Sister Francoise Xavier. Methuen mass. Sister Isabelle Marie Lisbon and sister Marie Ernest Lewiston. Continued from Page one was the established policy of the government in 1964 and it will Iead the country directly into the most disastrous but other congressmen recently criticized president Johnson for sparing what they called lucrative targets in the North. Gen. William traffic mishaps listed in Saco a number of accidents were investigated by Saco police Over the weekend. Joan Eukitis 20, of Biddeford was treated at the Webber Hospital in Biddeford sunday for injuries sustained when a car she was driving collided with a vehicle operated by Bruce k. Martin 17. Of Lewis ton at the intersection of pleasant and Elm streets according to police. Damage to the Martin Auto was listed at $400 and to the Eukitis car at $350. Martin was summoned for failure to yield the right of Way. Police said a car driven by Florence Forguson. 74, of Gorham stopped for traffic on main Street was struck in the rear by a vehicle operated by Henry Cai Aggo 20, of Portland sunday morning. No estimate of damage was available. According to police a car driven by Natalie Marshall 25, of West Buxton struck a motorcycle operated by Richard Valentino of Stone Street Saco on main Street saturday afternoon. Valentino was taken to the Webber Hospital in Biddeford with and leg injuries. No damage was reported to the car but the motorcycle sustained $150 in damages. Stolen car found or. Richard j. Spath Lay president of St. Francis College Biddeford will speak on the subject of evolution on inquiry Over lob. Portland tuesday at 6 ., the College said today. The basis for or. Spath s talk will be a paper on Evolur lion he presented last week at the conference on science Ford l a a do clergymen at Oak Ridge a Jay Dkl Deford Lollie Tiona Laboratory Oak Ridge add Ford police recovered a Lenn car this morning. The vehicle capita 1 footnotes had been reported stolen last by the associated press j week. In Irwin new York banker David police officer Robert Devou Rockefeller proposes free Trade and Benoit Martin found the Between the United slates and abandoned vehicle belonging to Canada with the Hope the two miss Ellen Fowler has bridal Shower old Orchard Beach miss Ellen m. Fowler was honoured at a pre bridal Shower at the Home of mrs. William Mullen 49 Evergreen ave. Miss Fowler will be married to Daniel Cifelli of Lewiston on saturday aug. 19 at St. Margaret s Church. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Albert Daigle mrs. Robert Fowler and miss Jayne Mullen. Those attending were mrs. Elaine Hoctor mrs. Madeleine Octeau mrs. Fred Fowler miss Ester Hoctor mrs. Anne Berube mrs. Cornelius Hoctor mrs. Robert har Nois miss Peggy Harnois mrs. Theodore Manduca mrs. Frank Manduca miss june k. Clark mrs. Lorne Taylor mrs. Delbert Mason mrs. Earlene Magyar miss Anne Hoctor miss Bessie o Meara miss Cathy Mullen miss Paula Murphy miss Catherine o Meara mrs. Robert Fowler mrs. Albert Daigle mrs. Antoinette Darling mrs. Barbara Doyle mrs. Leona Mann mrs. Anne Cifelli mrs. Lewis Fowler miss Jayne Mullen mrs. William Mullen and the guest of Honor miss Ellen m. Fowler. Contributing but unable to attend were mrs. James Hoctor miss Sherrie Gillis mrs Almeda Gillis miss Gertrude Hoctor mrs. C. J. Curit mrs. James Prendergast miss Mary o Meara miss Patty Daigle mrs. Claire Daigle miss Helen o Meara mrs. Preston Armstrong mrs. James Dunton miss Helen Mann miss Mary g. Hoctor mrs. John w. Girard mrs. George Early mrs. Georgeanna Bois mrs. Ruby Charland mrs. Paul Murphy mrs. Sandra Durfee and mrs. Florence Araby. Victim continued from Page one Portland. Although there was no identification on the body identity was established by fingerprints at the state police lab in Augusta. No charges were made against Baker As a result of the Accident police said. Funeral directors Emond s funeral Home 284-55u. Prank x. Emond. A p. Con Rov. Shumway funeral service 35 Spring Street Saco. 284.561l Philip h. Gross sr., director. Dennett & main Street dial 282-0562. Craig 361 Saco Maine. Slates meeting the final gathering of the York county head Start advisory Board will be held tomorrow night at uie Kennedy school. Time for the meeting is slated for 7 30. Representatives of All 15 centers Are expected to attend. Chairman of the local advisory Board Charlene Szezech Wicz said awards will be made at. Tomorrow night s gathering. To Cwciitniore-1 countries will provide the Uncle and. . Commander in Viet us of a regi0nal trading that might later include Japan Raj so Var so wow x38? -8ro"p ols Are getting new and better Australia and other equipment and ordnance which he id Arae rican Trade is proving More effective in i countries oppor regi Ozial organi regional organi european com Samuel Rosenberg 123 Prospect St., on Laurier Street. Rosenberg said the car had been stolen from his garage. Felted by such i Mctee by such nations As the Mon Market. President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz of Mexico will visit Washington oct. 26-27. He and president Johnson then will Fly to the scene of the Chamizal Settle at a., ,. Niece of land Between Elpaso iof musicians through a Grant of Lone of nine additional Maine lured documents that population vehicles collide in Beach mishap old Orchard Beach police Here said cars driven by Lucile Carroll Edmonds 61, of Springfield vt., and Richard a Hersom 37, of 24 Shady Lane old Orchard Beach collided at the intersection of Saco Avenue and Union Avenue Sun Day afternoon damage to each vehicle was listed at Over $100. Mexico. The land has Long been the Center of i ownership dispute Between the two countries. Raids against military targets in the North the new York daily news reported from Saigon. It quoted Westmoreland As saying the air Campaign is a vital part of our strategy it is achieving greater and greater successes As the weeks and n,,sng5 or i Al ment for ceremonies Vil Al Imam Saul th0.mexico will receive Viet Cong have revealed in Cap .hq1. I i a u. Tex., and Caudal Juarez under their control has decreased alarmingly in coastal Phu yen province and said the document added our pessimistic and defeatist attitudes that the program would collapse have restricted our without maj. Gen. Nguyen due the command also quoted the thang. Documents As reporting a critic Premier Nguyen Cao by a Cal shortage of Rice for Viet pointed thang armed forces Cong troops. Chief of staff nominally the no. Questions arose about the Sai-2 spot in the military and Reli gon government s most importable sources said by had direct-1 Saco mayor Donald c. Doyle taut a n t i a o m m u n i s Ted thang to clean up corruption will be a guest on radio Sta function the Rural pacification in the military. Mion wide tonight at 7 30. Program after its Boss was thang had tried to do just appearing on the program transferred to a relatively pow that in the pacification program sound off mayor Doyle will Erless Post in the military by Jand there was speculation he accept questions from Saco res Reau Cracy. Had been shifted because he dents regarding the recent re Al least one senior . Offi May have angered too Many in valuation of property in that Painchaud s band schedules concert Painchaud s band under the direction of Adelard j. Gendron will play a concert tomorrow night at 7 in City Square. J this concert will be sponsored who chide be City of Biddeford and Small Jet Eal 4 8, american federation revaluation hearings on Saco s chief assessor a. Raymond Gannon said this morning that interviews Between property owners and representatives of Cole layer Trumble the firm that did the property revaluation in Saco began today Gannon said he hearings will be held through aug. 22, and Are being conducted daily from 9 a. M. O 4 30 p. M. And from 6 to 9 p. M. About 320 appointments have been made by taxpayers Gannon said. Soviet vessel limps out of chinese port Moscow a the battered soviet merchant ship Svirsk limped out of the red chinese port of Dairen sunday a Moscow report said after the chinese released her Captain and three crewmen following a bitter Exchange of protest notes with the soviets. The soviet Union announced that seven tugboats full of red guards escorted the ship out of the yellow sea port. The Svirsk s Hull superstructure and equipment bore anti soviet inscriptions. All the russian crewmen were aboard when the Svirsk headed for the soviet port of Vladivostok the announcement reported but the ship s documents were kept by the chinese soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin sent a Telegram to chinese Premier Chou in Lai saturday demanding that the red chinese release the Captain and captured crewmen and let the Svirsk sail. A peking broadcast heard in Tokyo however made no mention of Kosygin s Telegram in i announcing that the chinese i government ordered the Captain and one other crewman to leave China and never come Back to this country the ship arrived in Dairen july 22 and shortly after a pravda dispatch said second navigator Stanislav v. Ivanov was accused by chinese authorities of refusing to accept Mao tse Tung badge. The chinese demanded that Ivanov be turned Over to them but capt. Viktor a. Korzhov refused. When the Captain went to the port office Friday to Register the Svirsk s departure he was arrested pravda said. The chinese version held that two crewmen asked for a Mao badge and then wilfully insulted it and threw one badge into the peking called it an intolerable act of sacrilege towards chairman Mao and an extremely serious provocative incident against the chinese version was contained in a note delivered to the soviet embassy in peking and broadcast by the new China news Agency. The soviets planned the whole incident the chinese note charged to Worsen relations Between China and the soviet the chinese ignored a formal protest note by the russians Friday then Kosygin sent his Telegram to Chou warning that the chinese might be jeopardizing Trade Between China and the soviet Union. Pravda said red guards stormed aboard the Svirsk on saturday smashed the ship s equipment beat up its Captain and threatened the Crew after the Crew refused demands of perhaps 2,500 red guards to Exchange the navigator for the arrested Captain. Moscow radio said the navigator was finally seized. Last december the chinese held another soviet ship in Dairen for 20 Days. Survey set on medical Aid in riot areas Washington a Federal officials Are surveying the capacity of cities to handle med tical emergencies resulting from riots with indications Federal Aid might be proposed if major deficiencies Are found. Or. Carruth Wagner director of the Public health service s i Bureau of health services say the Standard of planning for emergencies always has  depended on the existence of Law and order. Rioting he said in an interview makes it an entirely different Ball Wagner noted that in the Newark . Riot there was evidence ambulances were fired upon by snipers. Most people never would have anticipated this he said. He added some Newark Hospital staff members were unable to get to work because the riot area Lay Between their Homes and the Hospital. He said Good blood and blood substitutes were in Short Supply. I Wagner said the Check on Hospital and other medical capabilities for riot situations is part of a broader Survey begun about three weeks ago on emergency medical services of communities around the country. The riots just happened to Hook into this he said. Most communities and hospitals seem to do Well in handling Normal Accident and emergency medical cases Wagner said but i think we have some indication that most communities Don t handle the unusual kind of accidents As Well As they the Survey is to cover the whole Range of emergencies from car accidents to natural disasters like floods and hurricanes. Wagner said the important thing is that communities have plans for hospitals and other medical facilities to coordinate efforts during an emergency. While declining to say what the government will do if major deficiencies Are found Wagner indicated Federal assistance might be proposed. In a related move the health service is trying to get hospitals to take Over All of the 2,500 so called package disaster hospitals stored around the country. Some of the 200-bed units now Are in such places As municipal buildings armoires or schools. We be found they Aren t much Good if you Don t have the personnel to run them Wagner said. The package units give regular hospitals a Quick expansion capability and also provide an emergency Power and water Supply. While the package hospitals were installed beginning in the 1950s primarily As a civil defense Effort the health service now views them As backup medical facilities for any disaster natural or manmade. Neil Allen hired by two churches Cape porpoise at a joint meeting of uie Board of the Church on the Cape and the Cabinet of Christ Church it was voted to hire Neil Allen As director of education and Community development. Allen has an extensive educational background and has taught in Newton High school and St. Paul a currently he is working As director of a tutorial program in Massachusetts he would be a full time Lay employee of both churches. Knapp Plant closing denied Brockton mass. Apr mors that the Knapp Brothers shoe Plant in Lewiston Maine will be closed Down within three weeks were refuted today by Gerald r. Ramball general manager. Ramball said at the Knapp Headquarters Here that the Rumor is absolutely ridiculous no basis or the Lewiston Plant Ramball added is the largest of the firm s five new England locations and is our most important asset. We most certainly expect to stay in Knapp Brothers employs 725 persons at the Lewiston Plant. We buy old Gold Silver and diamonds Carey Bros. J c Weld s Thacher building Biddeford 284-8211 greeting cards the last time we counted them we had 13,964 Dearborn. So by 62 Alfred Street Biddeford How come one company pays out a million dollars an hour last year metropolitan Pai out Over $2 billion to policy holders and beneficiaries More than any other company. And two thirds of this went to living policyholders. Urbain a. Bisson 284-7201 metropolitan life 1 insurance comm we wow vote k. Y. Purvis named to fund committee Boston Clifford Purvis of 195 North St., Saco Maine is the music performance funds of the recording tries. The program will consist of classical music popular songs and marches. Doyle to discuss Saco revaluation Cial has expressed the opinion fluent Al men. A City. Trust business leaders appointed to Indus the general Campaign committee of the Bentley College Golden anniversary fund. The goal of $3 million will be used toward a required Xvi million construction Cost for 12 buildings by 1968 on the new 102 acre suburban Campus in Waltham mass. A total of $1,835,000 already has been raised in leadership gifts. The fund has been established with the 50th anniversary year of the professional College of accounting and finance. Sources to supplement funds resulting from the drive in Lude Long Range government Loans government Grants and College resources. Investigate before investing a w in Muf approved Jaq "s&vfof1 evening courses 6 9 . Tues. & thurs. Starting oct. 3 course length tuition ism key punch & verifier 15 weeks 1165.m ism data processing in weeks 295.00 computer programming 16 weeks 295.00  Complete ism machines room Maine s first ism school plus Gray s school of business 1 477 Congress St., Portland me.04111 772-0196 i i ? please Send me a Catalon. I am interested in. I l name. 1 address.? i wish to make an appointment to see the school and Dis cuss the courses. , i please confirm appointment phone. Limited enrolment

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