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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Biddeford, Maine Weather Cool Complete report on Page fro Bim efort wet Rel our numbers news dept. 282-1535 business Depta. 283-3625 vol. 82, no. 226 York county g local news daily since 1884 Biddeford Saco Maine monday september 26, 1966 associated press wire service 12 pages Price ten cents Razak scores China demands United nations. N. Y. A the Deputy prime minister of Malaysia asked All other . Members today to help ret a peace conference of the immediate parties to the War in Viet Nam. Speaking in the Assembly a general debate Abdul Razak by the associated press news at a glance also urged u Thant of Burma to continue As . Secretary general hailed the recent end of Indonesia s War against Malaysia and welcomed Indonesia s impending return to the United nations. Deploring communist China s demands for a reorganized United nations. Kazak said Formosa should be allowed to remain a member of the United nations while Mainland China could be admitted to this organization if she so to us in Southeast Asia he declared the Viet Nam conflict poses a real and proximate threat to the peace Progress safety and Security of the whole Razak said Malaysia would continue to take every necessary and appropriate initiative open to it on a comprehensive All asian basis to seek an asian solution to the it should be left to the parties involved to find a formula to solve their problems and our efforts should be directed solely to bringing them together not to suggest much less impose a solution Razak said. Razak foreign minister Gordon reveals task of Hookup Viet Nam . Officials Are considering a four nation blocking Force to Stop the infiltration of North vietnamese into South Viet Nam american Railroad experts seek to improve battered vietnamese railway. Allied forces claim nearly 300 communists killed in weekend operations. Washington West German Chancellor Lud wig Erhard will ask president Johnson for postponement of an agreement to buy . Military equipment Worth $1.35 billion diplomatic sources say. Republicans Are ready with their own Antipoverty plan As the administration s program reaches the House floor. What does his Barber say about. President Johnson pretty fussy and very Lynda Bird Johnson Ond actor George Hamilton enjoy a weekend of water skiing and picnicking at the lbs ranch. International two typhoons leave 309 Japa Thanet Khotan of Thailand and Nese dead or missing and do a joint installation of officers of the Luke e. Hart Council knights of Columbus and its auxiliary was held at the Washington Street Biddeford Hall saturday night. Taking part in the Council s segment of the ceremony were seated left to right top photo Eliodore Bel Lerose Chancellor Albert Carrier grand Knight very Rev. Clarence Laplantz o.f.m., St. Francis College president and chaplain of the Council Paul Leblond treasurer standing same order Alphonse Pepin inside guard Gerard Dutil financial Secretary and Conrad Rondio recording Secretary. The auxiliary s segment was participated in by Bottom photo seated left to right vice president mrs. Annette Ross president mrs. Dorothy Millette Rev. Coleman o Toole St. Mary s Parish assistant Biddeford the auxiliary s chaplain who also was installing officer mrs. Muriel Duprey retiring president and incoming trustee Back Row same order treasurer mrs. Simonne Lapointe trustee mrs. Lorraine la Belle reporter mrs. Geraldine Soliere marshal mrs. Dolores Dudley and guard mrs. Aurise Carrier. Not shown is recorder mrs. Blanche Chretien. A roast beef supper and dancing completed the program. Philippine foreign Secretary Narciso Ramos last month invited 17 asian countries to make a joint Appeal to the warring forces in Viet Nam for a peaceful and honorable settlement reached at an asian conference. South Viet. Nam endorsed the peace move North Viet Nam and communist China rejected it. Nearly $5-million damage to . Bases. National Eugene Thomas Kun flux Klansman faces trial in Alabama court in the slaying of Viola Gregg Liuzzo civil rights worker. The state judge also is expected to Rule on the Case of Thomas l. Coleman in another civil rights shooting. Japan cleans up following typhoon applications for state scholarships to be sought Augusta a Maine s new state scholarship program will be in effect in the rail of 1967 if the next legislature provides Money and i pfc school seniors Sli Ould be applying soon to take the required tests gov. Reed said today. The act creating the program was passed by the last legislature but funds were not appropriated to make it effective immediately. If the next legislature _ does provide funding Reed said in a statement 151 scholarships today s chuckle if a person looks tired and careworn Don t suggest a vacation the Odds Are that he just had one. To War Gnu. Fea. Corp to receive the Reed said High schools will receive application forms shortly _ deaths caused by asphyxiation Lewiston a a medical examiner has ruled that a Man and woman found dead in an apartment Here sunday were accidentally asphyxiated. Or. Henry m. Close of Lisbon Falls said an oven had apparently been turned on to provide some heat for Ralph w. Tuttle 50, of Brunswick and mrs. Shirley Morrison 38, of Lewiston. Close said the victims had been dead probably sex to seven hours before the bodies school of the student s Choice were found sunday morning will be awarded to 1967 High school graduates to help them with Post High school education costs. These awards will be distributed by county according to the number of representative districts in each county Reed said. The awards Are to pay tuition or $400, whichever is less to those qualified Maine scholars who attend Maine institutions. They Are renewable for up to four years. Applicants Are selected on academic ability and the awards Are set by financial need. To qualify High school seniors must take the december College Entrance examination Board examinations listing the Maine state scholarship program r 0514, and the Maine College o r vocational Tokyo a hundreds of police and soldiers were pressed into disaster duty today to clean up the debris restore communications and dig out the dead from the worst typhoon to hit Japan in seven years. Edward s super Market u. S. Choice Quality steer beef Chuck steaks try one you la enjoy Good eating plus big savings la. Del Monte save 28c sliced peaches bananas 49 3no. 2% do cans Golden Ripe Long fingers la. 12 valuable Coupon 100 extras a Stamps who Purchase of $$.$9,99 q 150 Etas h Stamps 0 $1041.4.99 ? 2oo extra $ & h Stamps with ,im0 01 $15419.99 ? 250extra so stampsmh01 $20424.99 ? 300 extras a Stamps my Picham 01 $25or More ? one Coupon per family. Coupon expires sept. 28 exclusive of items prohibited by Law 1 i i i i i i i i i l Bangor Man Dies on Pike Arundel a Bangor Man was killed this morning on the Maine Turnpike when he was thrown from his Small foreign car after it went off the Highway police said. Lyle e. Goodwin 38, was thrown 30 Jeet from the vehicle which was reported a total loss. Police said the Driver apparently fell asleep while driving in the southbound Lane and the car veered off the Road. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Trooper Robert Mitchell of Wells investigated. Typhoon Ida smashed into the heartland of Japan the Tokyo and it. Fuji area Early sunday while typhoon Helen was still beating Southern Japan with less ferocity. National police Headquarters said the latest count was 197 dead 123 missing and nearly 1, 000 injured. Damage to military installations was estimated at More than $6 million government officials estimated japanese damage at More than $300 million. It was the highest typhoon casualty toll since 5,041 died near Nagoya on sept. 26 ,1959. . Army Headquarters said no americans were badly injured. A third big typhoon june was churning in the Pacific. Weathermen said it might approach Japan thursday if it stays on its present course. The weekend typhoons and particularly Ida caused multimillion Dollar damage including 60 per1 cent of the Pear and grape crops in Yamanashi pre feature site of it. Fuji. Salty rain carried by the typhoon also did widespread dam age to harvests. Ida hurled the most violent winds Ever recorded by Japa Nese weathermen 202-mile gusts at the top of it. Fuji. Their 50th anniversary was celebrated yesterday afternoon by or. And mrs. Eugene Dupuis at the Home of a son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Richard Dupuis 8fi High St., Saco. The honoured couple was married in Sanford sept. 25, 1916, and lived in Saco for 42 years. Dupuis operated a Dairy farm on the Louden Road for Over 20 years and retired three years ago. They now make their Home with a daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Joseph Gentile North Leominster mass. Their other children Are mrs. Lawrence Rowe Raymond and Albert Gerard Dupuis All of Saco Maurice Dupuis Sanford Robert Dupuis North Berwick m. Sgt. Norman Dupuis with the special for Ces Green berets in Viet Nam and Eugene Dupuis jr., Jersey City n. J. Biddeford Basic adult education courses 1 semester program classes begin october 3 min. 18 years or Over. Must have less than 8th Grade education pre retirement course Driver education court  English Reading writing  social studio  arithmetic science Register free of charge at Community action program office City Hall or Federal coordinator John f. Kennedy school Biddeford 9 a. M. To 4 30 p. M. Tel. 282-1804 or 284-4441 antiaircraft gun positions silenced Saigon South Viet Nam a . Bomber pilots re ported silencing 10 antiaircraft gun positions in North Viet Nam sunday along a main rail line to communist China. During 127 bombing raids in the North . Fliers also attacked four surface to air missile Sites including one Only 9 Miles Northeast of Hanoi. Navy attack bombers reported destroying a North vietnamese torpedo boat 50 Miles Northeast of Haiphong in the Tonkin Gulf. Ground fighting in South Viet Nam dwindled to Small and scattered actions after a weekend in which ., South vietnamese and korean forces reported nearly 30 Viet Cong and North vietnamese killed. During the raids Over the North a . Air Force f105 thunderchief was shot Down and the Pilot is missing. It was the 386th plane reported lost in. The War Over North Viet Nam. The antiaircraft gun positions knocked out by air Force Thun kerchiefs were part of a Chain protecting the Northeast rail artery 50 to 55 Miles Northeast of the red capital a u. S. Spokesman said. Navy planes from the aircraft Carrier Coral sea attacked three Sam Sites in the Thanh to a Green s shoe store 147 main Street Biddeford open tonight until 9 open monday and Friday nights til 9 doubles a Green Stamps monday Nite from 6 p. M. To 9 p. M. Area and the spokesman said they heavily damaged All three. The fourth missiles site nine Miles from Hanoi was pounded by air Force bombers. # . Marines operating near the demilitarized zone Between North and South Viet Nam reported a possible kill of 60 North vietnamese army regulars in a fierce fight saturday. The leathernecks were hard hit themselves reporting moderate casualties. In a predawn attack Over the demilitarized zone sunday air Force b52 bombers hammered North vietnamese infiltration routes and Supply and storage areas. . Sources reported three helicopters lost in South Viet Nam sunday one by enemy ground fire one by . Artillery fire and the other in a crash. Two crewmen were killed and two injured when one helicopter crashed in a mine Field at Bien Hoa. Two persons aboard a Heli continued on Page two space Center Houston Tex. A gemini 11 space Walker Richard Gordon revealed today he was tired and Lead a pretty High heart rate even before he left the spaceship to take his shortened stroll in orbit. \ and he said what he thought would be a 30-second task of lying gemini 11 to an Agena with a 100-foot Cord turned out to be a monumental task of about 30 Gordon s walk in space during the record smashing flight of gemini 11 was eventually Cut Short because he worked so hard sweat poured Down his face into his eyes. I he told a news conference that he and his flying partner Navy cmdr.  Charles Conrad jr., got about two hours ahead of time in preparations for the stroll the second Day aloft and even considered asking officials to let Gordon begin one orbit Early. I so essentially i was setting there with no Cooling Gordon said noting that he was already bundled up just waiting in his Bulky spacesuit. At this Point he was off the spaceship s coolant system and the pressure suit environment system was not yet turned on. They stopped the preparations and Gordon went Back to the spacecraft system for Cooling. As a result he said i was tired and had a pretty High heart rate before we opened the Gordon said he really got tired while straddling the nose of the gemini 11 while it was linked to an Agena  rocket they had captured in the world s quickest rendezvous. He looped the Cord from the Agena to the gemini for a later formation flight Experiment. He called this the biggest Shock of my Gordon explained that in simulations on Earth he could do the Experiment in about 30 seconds but found it difficult in space to sit on the nose of the spaceship and use both hands. I was unable to sit on the spacecraft like i had done in Zero a aircraft he said i kept floating astronauts use air planes on Earth to take Steep dives and simulate weightlessness for Brief periods. All i had done in about 30 seconds in simulations turned out to be a monumental task of about 30 minutes Gordon said. It was easy to perform in raining but was ready work in Conrad described the Quick rendezvous during which they caught an Agena during the very first orbit As right on the continued on Page two help wanted will train male and female Kesslen shoe co. Kennebunk Maine Russell s components inc., Kennebunk need electronic assemblers 2nd and 3rd shift compare these working conditions  steady year round employment  excellent working conditions  new Plant facilities  Liberal wage increase  shift differential  paid vacations and holidays  Complete group insurance program  cafeteria and ample employee parking Maine employment Security comm. 3 8 main Street Biddeford monday & tuesday regular ground beef 3 lbs. Or More save 21c la 22 scorer St., Saco opposite Post office red & White salad dressing save 14c Ujj it. A Community special promotion starting this week. 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