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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Biddeford, Maine Weather mild Complete report on Page two vol. 80, no. 139 our numbers news dept. At 2-1535 business depts. At 3-39.5 York county s local news daily since 1884 Bip Peford Saco Maine saturday june 13, 1964 associated press wire service 10 pages Price seven cents receiving awards at an eighth Grade Assembly at Burns school Baco yesterday were these members of the class left to right seated Judith Harriman Thomas Economos James Ross Sheila Beardslee and Linda Lisica standing Jane Polackwich Linda per Reault Susan Currier Wayne Whitney Donna Tripp Abby Tryman Kenneth Leblanc Marjorie Cote Susan Huston William Rumery Alan Lukas Rita Dion and Susan Jurgiewich. Story on Page 5. Humphrey optimistic rights Bill will pass a party honouring miss Gertrude Dolliff s 50 years of teaching in the Biddeford school system 44 at Emery school was held yesterday afternoon at Cascade Lodge Portland Road Saco. Taking part in a gift presentation Are left to right teachers mrs Dorothy Kearney mrs. Pauline Meserve mrs. Louise Flanagan assist ant principal at Emery school miss Dolliff and mrs. Frances Worcester. Others attending the fete were mrs. Etta p. Statuti mrs. June Booth by mrs. Lillian Taylor mrs. Anne Stebbins mrs. Doris Paine mrs. Claudel a Levesque mrs Erhard la j in Accord Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard a goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship treaty. The pact the . And her satellite signed in Moscow Friday aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new crisis German sources declared. In fact state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter Ulbricht East German communist Leader and chief of state. He is understood to have asked for a separate peace treaty which the West firmly opposes and got instead a pact with a lofty title but Little sub Washington a sen Hubert h. Humphrey Senate floor manager for the civil rights Bill said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the Senate is working on now. And i am confident Humphrey said in an interview there will be no further changes of any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both counts once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House concurs it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into Law. However if the House does not accept the Senate changes the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House feb. 10 and by the Senate. The result could be delay or even stalemate. Stance. Friday night at a dinner in Joan Stebbins mrs. Eve Burgess mrs. Mary the White House Rose Garden Benard and mrs. Nina Kelley. Mechanical wonder speeds paper work at Allied Plant by Mimi Garland do you need someone to Type 132 letters to the line at a rate of 400 words a minute or perhaps your problem is locating an error in your mathematical computations the new uni vac machine at Allied Hampshire footwear company factory Island Saco does this and much More with a Core or brain not much larger than a human one. In fact it will not Only reveal when it makes an error but it will also locate the error. It will compare answers and results before today s chuckle among the country s unmanageable surpluses Are wheat Corn and calories. Copy. Gen. Tea. Corp they Are even out of the machine. With manual instructions the operator can communicate with this mechanical wonder. It takes just 58 Millionth of a second to get information from the uni vac memory Core. Previously it took company employees 9 hours and 30 minutes to do the payroll for approximately 650 workers. With uni vac the payroll is Complete in 30 minutes. It easily handles six copies plus the original at one time and it is possible to make eight or nine. It is adaptable for both card and magnetic tape use. Paychecks Are printed in less than 10 minutes. Billing which used to take a minimum of four hours and 20 minutes is com plete in 20 minutes. Johnson and Erhard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing Friendship deepening under standing and cooperation. After his meeting with John son six months ago at the lbs ranch Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a continued on Page two primaries due monday seven vie for House positions we have been in the closest consultation with House leaders and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to them Humphrey said. He also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson before Congress quits for the Republican National convention which opens july 13 in san Francisco. I Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of july giving a Brand new meaning to that Day Humphrey said. House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention recess but for this to happen they say the Senate must pass the Bill next week. Humphrey said the Senate would and he predicted final action will come by wednesday. Indications that Humphrey May be right came before the Senate adjourned Friday when sen. Allen j. Ellender d-la., announced hearings on a food stamp Bill would open thursday. There had been an agreement these sessions would begin a a soon As the civil rights Bill was out of the Way Humphrey Aid. The minnesotan said action on amendments to the Bill under cloture imposed by the Senate wednesday has been faster than expected. Each senator now is limited to one hour of speaking time on the Bill and All amendments. Friday 11 changes proposed by southerners were rejected and two minor changes accepted by the Bill s managers were agreed to by voice vote. Biddeford residents will go to the polls monday to vote in the state primary. Polling places will be open from 9 a. M. To 7 p. M. Voters of Ward 1 will use the Siloam Hall on Pool Road Ward 2. St. Andre s school basement Waid 3, Emery school basement Ward 4, Washington Street school Ward 5. Court room City building Ward 6, St. Mary s school basement Ward 7, american legion Hall on Elm Street. Neither candidates for the u. S. Senate. Democrat Edmund s. Muskie or Republican Clifford g. Mcintire will have opposition. In the race for representative to Congress Democrat Kenneth Curtis of Cape Elizabeth faces Henry j. Desmaras of Sanford while gop Stanley r. Tupper has no opposition. The Republican Baff Loit shows four fighting for the nomination for state senator with William h. Bruce of Buxton Rev. G Stephen Johnston of old Orchard Beach. Ralph m. Lovell of Sanford and Elmont tyndale of Kennebunkport seeking the three seats. On the democratic Side there Are Only three candidates for the three seats. Armand Duquette of Biddeford Philip l. Jutras of Wells and Raymond j. Letour Neau of Sanford Are listed. There is no race for Register of probate or county attorney on either ticket with Philip e. Graves of Saco the Republican ban on marches sought St. Augustine Fla. A a new twist in this City s racial strife Whites marching through a negro neighbourhood moved authorities to seek renewal today of a ban on night marches., More than 300 Whites walked into the negro Section Friday night and were greeted by signs Reading Welcome. Peace and brotherhood to about 50 negroes at one Corner applauded As the Whites left the District. Some said hurry whipped them right said one negro Man. Encountered no Vio candidate and Democrat j. Wood also May come on the streets Row Vallely of Sanford assured since integration and Segre a continued on Page two continued on Page two political advertisement democrats i need your vote. Will you help me vote. Primary june 15 for representative Plato Truman e thank you signed Plato Truman the main Castle 73 main Street Biddeford 282-9787 Fried y8 7 a Chicken i jul for. For. Pot., pickles lobster Box incl. 1 boiled lobster for. For. Pot. Pickles open ii .-1 . Daily 99c if you wish to save time and Only require specific information just Tell uni vac and it will give you Only the requested information from the inserted cards. It computes in thousandths and millionths of a second and keeps directions in its memory until asked to change. You May put information in storage for future use. The 220 voltage current receives impulse messages at the Speed of electricity. Information fed into the machine must be carefully programmed in Advance. Infra red lights Contact holes in punched cards As they Are run through. The uni vac works with such Speed that it has its own air conditioning unit controlled by an automatic thermostat and shut off in Case of mechanical difficulty. In such an event it will even Tell where the trouble is located. In appearance the program boards resemble switchboards the wire ends which plug into the Board Are coated with 24 Carat Gold. The Contact Points Are also Gold As this is consid ered to be the most receptive Metal for Speed. There Are just four of these Small computers in Maine. The others Are located at Bates mfg. Co., in Lewiston and the Maine savings Bank and associated Hospital service of Maine both in Portland. According to company officials  Nettni Pirt in Insp two Scranton sets out on Campaign tour Dalton a. A Pennsylvania s gov. William w. Scranton expressing determination to go All Over this nation to win the Republican presidential nomination set out today to capture Connecticut s 16 convention delegates. Scranton a staff whipping together a Campaign organization Only a few hours after the 46-year-old governor entered the race to give our party a Choice arranged a speaking engagement for him at the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford. Regarded As a political moderate Scranton dropped his reluctant candidate posture Fri Day to oppose sen. Barry Gold water of Arizona at the gop National convention in san fran Cisco next month. After his Surprise declaration at the Maryland gop convention Scranton flew Home and called together top aides and advisors to map his strategy the Outlook was for a whirlwind tour Over the next four weeks. A i am determined to go All nation to win the nomination Scranton said. Well do a terrific Job and take this country by the governor outlined general Campaign principles to his staff then he and his wife Mary retired about 9 30 . Aides however worked Well into the morning drafting a speech for Hartford and lining up other engagements. Scranton a staff did t Start from scratch though. During the months he was saying he would accept Only a sincere draft his closest aides and Republican state chairman Craig Truax were Busy building support at every level for the Day their Man would decide to fight. Truax declined to Sav who would manage the Campaign. You can just say that Scran ton will run his own Campaign although those of us around him will be assigned specific areas of responsibility Truax said despite Truax s reluctance to name a manager the principal chores will fall to his own Shoul Der a and on those of state atty Gen. Walter e. Alessandroni who spearheaded Scranton s half million vote Victory in the j gubernatorial Campaign two years ago. Political advertisement political advertisement d. Kerwin Twomey nominate d. Kerwin Twomey sheriff of York county former Deputy sheriff businessman lifelong Republican signed Roland e. Simard notice the Hazelton House and cocktail lounge depot Square old Orchard Beach 934-2571 now open for the season operated by Patrick j. Hazelton the same courteous service and moderate prices will prevail our friends and former patrons Are cordially invited to visit us we there they but Florida atty. Gen. James Kynes said marches by either Integrationist or segregationists contribute to a Clear and present he asked . District judge Bryan Simpson to reconsider his order striking Down a police ban on night marches. A hearing was scheduled at Jacksonville today. Or. Martin Luther King arrested and jailed at a Satin on thursday moved to the Duval county jail at Jacksonville Friday night. He was to be a wit Ness at the hearing in Jackson Ville today. A decision on the marches two face contests in Saco interest in the monday primary election is beginning to emerge in Saco As two of the four local candidates face opposition for a place on the ballot in november. State rep. Camille l. V. Bed Ard a Veteran in Saco , will be opposed for the office he now holds by former Republican mayor Dinsmore Worthing but not until the november election. Atty. Philip e. Graves running for Register of probate is unopposed on the ticket. Graves is a former municipal court judge. The incumbent York county sheriff Democrat Richard d. Do tremble of Biddeford will be challenged for re election by George c. Dutille of Saco who is seeking Public office for the first time. Dutille appears to be conducting a vigorous Campaign in his attempt to gain the nomination. Frank a. Jones former Saco Alderman and police and fire commissioner will be running for county commissioner in a five Man race. He wll be opposed by three candidates seeking the Post from Biddeford and one from Sanford. Jones a Saco resident for Many years maintains an upholstery business in Biddeford. City clerk mrs. Vivian m. Hie. Key reports that voters requesting Absentee ballots for the primary have returned them promptly and everyone is hoping for a Good turnout in spite of Secretary of state Paul Mcdonald gloomy prediction. Continued on Page two double trouble is spelled out for firemen As they Ponder the Fate of this Kennebunkport fire department tank truck As they Battle a Woods Blaze at Arundel yesterday afternoon. The truck is shown stuck in a mud Hole with a front end Spring broken. Story on Page 2. Vote for. Maytag vote for. Vic s appliance Center see our and in the yellow pages. Page 48 Vic s appliance r a Center 237 main Street. Saco cake decorating show to be held june 14-12 . To 8 . At the american legion Hoe route 1-Biddeford sponsored by Althea s cake decorating school red 2 Alfred Maine free admission open to the Public Coffee & Tea served without charge Register now for free Kelvin Tor refrigerator no Purchase required to be drawn june 20th. 1/ la a appliance y u Center 237 main Street Saco #2-1661 political advertisement political advertisement political advertisement vote for Paul a. Deshaies for sheriff x Republican primaries june 15 City clerk of Biddeford youths Choice civic Leader organizer the Man that can win in november the Man that can help the Republican ticket signed by Fred g. Gowen Justice of peace & youth Leader Ralph Higgins state detective Leslie Wyman former chief of police of old Orchard political advertisement political advertisement i Hope you will give me the privilege to serve you again As sheriff for York county. Vote for Richard d Dutremble democratic candidate for York county sheriff your vote will be appreciated signed Richard d. Dutremble

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