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Biddeford Saco Journal (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Biddeford, Maine Weather cooler to Complete report Page two ten Neil our numbers new dept. At 2-1535 business Denis. At 3-3625 dividend special m. To it Saa asm Edwards super Market extra s amp h Green Stamps with Purchase of $5.00 or More excluding tobacco one Coupon per family adults Only Good thru wednesday. Oct. 2 vol. 79. No. 229 York county a local nows Dally since 18m b1ddeford-Saco, Maine monday. September 30, 1963 associated press wire service 10 pages Price seven cents Market change is made with a Clatter a bang and ave right shuffling of freight Simpsons Market Elm Street. Biddeford. Just South of five Points closed the shop a no save Alfred Street at five Points closed and re opened As Samp Tony a Stop save this weekend. Sampson spokesman Holly Sawyer said this morning that the changeover will have practically no effect personnel of either a Tore. Quot we Are keeping almost everyone and will fact be hiring More people the near future a Sawyer said. The spokesman added. Quot we will have a Complete changeover of brands and building appointments within possibly one when queried concerning the Catholic redefinition proposals endorsed Winner the Parade class during saturdays of re it per de end horse show held to Benefit the North Chi discount fled <7o?e Sanro congregational Church was Sandy of Sun Caid that he could t comment Hon he ,5bhnn it Btl Bow. The former Sampson s Market building is empty at present by. Be expected to have unidentified tenant within two weeks according to Sawyer. The reason for the slight change nomenclature was Given by Sawyer As that the store would fall line with several Sampson a Tores throughout the state that go by the name Stop a save. At present there Are some 15 employees according to Sawyer. Danforth to fill journal photo Post mayor j. Edward Whelan with owner Kenneth two White men jailed Birmingham probe Birmingham Ala. It a it a two White men were placed i a i department i chided bombings that have rocked this 1 racially troubled City for Everaid _ co a1 Lingo head of the state 3 it p Oll Clos Highway patrol said others 1 1 w a a a a w a i a a a a Vii View to amp to Washington Cap it a con Over the signature of Secretary of declined to say How Many others passion Al subcommittee today state Dean Rusk to the . Pm had been questioned. Accused the state department of Bassy Saigon Early 1962. Night Warden l a. Holcomb a hiding the facts from the am i this Cable is still classified a identified the two being held As can Public by restricting news though its provisions Are no Long a. E. Chambliss 59, and Charles Mon South Viet Namer m effect. The subcommittee Cagle 22. Both of the birding the criticism came from the paraphrasing the language said Ham area. House subcommittee inform j contained these guidelines for Chambliss was found innocent Tion headed by rep John e. Handling american news Corres 1049 a charge of flogging Moss. A Calif. Pendents Viet Nam while masked. He has been act recent weeks a a report by live anti integration efforts. Of the subcommittee said. Vatican City a a proposed redefinition of the roman Catholic Church won general endorsement today from the first prelates to speak at the second phase of the Vatican ecumenical Council. Two cardinals and six Bishops took the floor St. Peter s Basilica As the 2,500 Council fathers resumed working sessions. Pope Paul i reopened the Council sunday after a nine month recess with a Strong Appeal for Church Reform. The Council press office cum a mar izing today s three hour meet Jing told newsmen the schema topic before the Assembly Quot de concerning the Church. A was accepted by speakers As Sanford mounted. Looking from left to right Quot a Good foundation which to Are Robert Knox judge Howard Sunfield As Smokey the Bear a and miss Mary d. Merrill Birdge of the Street Parade. Mayor Whelan was i twas revised during the re also a judge of the Street Parade. Story Page 2 Ces. And undoubtedly will be re Vised further. It will be the main topic before the councils session ending dec. 4. The schema considered the key to All the councils work proposed a new Way for the roman Catholic Church to look at its Structure. It came up originally at the councils first session last year and was criticized by Many fathers As being too juridical and academic and not sufficiently pastoral. There was criticism that the original draft would not help the cause of Christian Unity. During the , a Council spokesman said today $72 proposed corrections and Amend ment to the first half of the dec. 3 Rast year. This session will opening the Council. Pope schema were mailed to the Vati continue until dec 4. Paul said its Aims were redefine can by prelates around the world a Young american b i i h p Tion and Reform of the Catholic summed up this spirit. Quot i think Church restoring Christian Unity a feeling was evident among All the Bishops Are coming Back and closer Contact with today s the Church fathers that the session would move with greater Speed and efficiency than the first which ran from oct. 11 to trying to to this session with a lot More world enthusiasm. They know now what a a a is intended and what it is they Are he called the episcopal assent continued Page two news at a glance new officers of the Junior a class at St. I Multi High school Are left to right. Richard Laroche treasurer Ronald Cartier president by the associated press National gov. George Wallace announces 1. Quot news stories which criticize arrest of two men the Bir. The president Ngn Dinh diem gov Mingham Church bombing filers had to restrain cd Ambuss american Public has been surf mtg it caul it not be forbidden which four negro girls died a prised by developments Viet but they Only increase the difficult names were withheld and Wal at 3 name developments which Haver is . lace said the investigation was Al Cen Manv months the making. Quot newsmen should lie advised continuing. I the report said Quot the restrictive that Trifun Quot or thoughtless critic International Cagle has been affiliated with . Press policy Viet Nam. Cosm of to quote government the Vatican ecumenical Council anti integration activities mostly unquestionably contributed to the Vou make it difficult to a Oes Hack to work with a Stream a a no wafer improvement com Ginger of the commission com the area South of Birmingham pack of information about Condi Ain .c2?,0ii a a lev a the nod Agenda and ideas of getting mrs san released this morning a ments the likelihood of losing summer be was a erred tons vet Nam which created nned states and diem. A quicker of a it or addressed to the Oer half a million dollars fed while going to a Kun Kex klan International crisis. A newsmen should a �?c�?11 a a ,.a. John Baillargeon Secretary and John Thibualt Rice president. Recently when he engaged near Brawl with a newsman segregation meeting. W. I. C. Expresses concern Over Saco project failure Dinsmore Worthing Saco sex the letter which is signed by program the part of the Day mayor and a member of the Raeburn Macdonald chief a within the next to seven continued age i win Richard e. Danforth establishment of a photographic department and the appointment of Richard e. Danforth Saco As chief photographer were announced today by the Biddeford Saco journal. Elston p. Ingalls managing editor pointed out that Quot the opening of this new department is another a series of Steps we have taken recent years to improve the noting that the number of local photos appearing the journal has increased considerably since 1957, Ingalls continued that a we have reached a Point where our own staffer was necessary to help us plan future improvement photographic coverage of area the Page or has used commercial photographers recent years Danforth who lives at 16 Union St. Saco brings a wealth of sex slate named by Rebekah Saco Lodge officers were elected during the meeting saturday of Saco re Lekah Dodge held Odd Fellows Hall main Street Saco. The slate includes mrs. Lucy Durgin Noble grand miss Madeline Brackett vice grand mrs. Ethel m. Day recording Secretary miss Ari Elpha Mckeen financial Secretary mrs. Parnell j e. Burrill treasurer and Carl ton Burrill third trustee. Mrs. Ethel Day was elected As first trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of mrs. Carrie Emery. Installation of the elective and appointive officers will take place october 12, with District Deputy president mrs. Marge Crit Wes to i i of w posit Ion which a a Quot and a Quot a rom Spring half a instead of hiding the facts transported from the american Public Quot the Type 1 Sulie Ommittee concluded Quot the Sun undesirable state department should have done everything possible to sex town clerk Dies pose the True situation to full Bowdoinham to miss Alice l. Palmer. 55, town clerk the subcommittee directed years died at her Home Sund most of its criticism at a Cable she also was excise tax collector pain with prepared by Carl t Rowan no Wand registrar of voters for the Dwight d. Len should not be a meeting of Secretary it of state. F &1c0 which the com Ora accelerated Public works the w. I. C. That re i Kcf or its and or it Quot a. Mission expressed a its concern funds. That if that Sara Haj re a you of Ltd Romyn considered the Over the # apparent failure of the it continues Quot this is particular a changes Are be bed he for line aping new is a rep Oseff illusion abatement a unfortunate at this time be ministrative set to Sov Iet Accord Asili Niton the w. I. C. Letter comment City feels that needed the and proposed pollution abatement july unfortunate at this time be set up of the part of project your City and Over the cause the w i schedule forthe City such As the creation of a jeopardy which the availability bringing the Saco River Estuary District the establishment of a i ambassador to Finland and sent town. Confidence Eisenhower the theme peace and Prosperity. Assistance activities per pc Ives Dent Kennedy offer a substantial amount of Grant into conformity with its class Ifica sewer department to Junction a up h i will a squirt m Hgt p. U several High level talks this week continued Page Elvel parliament sent Home Leopold Ville. The Congo a congolese president Joseph charge. A memorial service a was con ducted memory of mrs. Carrie m. Emery and the charter draped for 50 Days a Page was set aside Kasai thu sent parliament home10 he records memo Nam. Sunday night because the Law that a Crown voted Purchase of a makers refused to obey his order Thornton Academy band Calendar to write a Constitution for the and a Stag of mating dates to Congo today a chuckle Many people Are like buttons always popping off at the Wing time. Copy. Cien. Frea. Corp the Calendar. It was reported that miss Adelpha Mckeen and mrs. Elizabeth Hill Are convalescing at Home following hospitalization. A am0n/� Murp Han persons attending the letter was rend from mrs Flea Ann Al lobster picnic yesterday at Marie Joseph tha Ken la son. President of the Biddeford Pool was this group left Maine Rebekah Assembly announcing oct. 17, 13 and 19 As dates of Assembly sessions at to right around the table mrs. Corinne Lambert Biddeford or. And mrs. Raoul Rivard and daughter Jeanne Rivard flt a Ulsten and George r. A Nuur a Lambert Biddeford. Proceeds of Over us were of rvs Hill. ,8spi Mast Pori land ram Lori Lynnl Pyrki Pon or a by via Urner Unnur Quot a asst oration and it was Antoum to that the direction of mrs. Priscilla Ladd preceded the meeting and following the business session a silent auction was conducted by Noble grand miss Jessie Clark. The lobsters were looked free of charge by Crow Levis lobster weather guests new Hampshire mint was made association to take place oct. 16 at the Academy will extend any i keeping with the matted the voters of Saco turned Down the sewer project a referendum sept. 9. If carried to completion the undertaking would have built two sewage treatment United tons by pm of observers for the Western my plants along the Saco River and 4 a a a a a several interceptor lines designed -. Diplomats he Neva a meat Sisters to Jiki a Whf Thor it would rpm Nova a Hullon a my wednesday night Between St cd get acceptable the observers continued Page two rotary of state Dean Rusk and would guard against Surprise at a soviet foreign minister Andrei a. I tack. Gromyko is the Best bet among for Rusk and Home it a forthcoming talks for developing pea red just As Well that Gromyko new accords Between Washington did not press another soviet pro and Moscow. To Sale for a no aggression pm it Rusk had a breakfast Date with Between the nato and Warsaw British foreign Secretary la a military blocs. The Western allies Home this morning. The two join have not agreed what to do about i Romko tonight at a dinner be this plan which is linked a it the Ling Quot Iven by . Secretary Gen Germany Berlin Issue Erar Thant. It was described meanwhile . Sources be Ieve As a social affair to be attended there is room for secondary u. A by quite a few of the foreign Lead soviet deals matters of Mutual or Here for the general Assembly interest session i a. Rusk s private appointment with Gromyko was for dinner wednesday at the Headquarters of the soviet Mission to the . . Sources said Rusk May explore a considerable variety of .-soviet projects ranging from a consular agreement to cooperating outer space. This weeks talks which will include a Home Gromyko lunch tuesday were aleut All that meeting of the see them at Reed motor co. Outer main St. Saco Pound. Spile of the inclement a my god Lorn a met pm -1 s attended from Lewiston. Augusta 1,l<� Nini Gnu i. S t Urda. Re Aud m�s.arhu�-u�. Annua. E.1 of 2 ,.hm.r Paloj re 4 Hiss if of he be i general Nee a or he Foo a Kennedy testing peace idea aug. 5 signing of the limited no when the guest speaker will he Linwood Brown. of .n,1 i. Ill he Quot problem of the Hild and ?.mb<�?~d family Quot and he Puttie May attend thin . St lev Gromyko was said to have talked about general Complete disarmament philosophically without giving enough details the soviet proposal for Exchange Edwards super Market Swift s Premium. Top Choice Chuck Steak lean. Tender Best for broiling Eva. Milk wind Rook Stock up now bananas Golden Ripe top Quality notice Sears Roebuck 56 Alfred Street Biddeford new Telephone number 282-1553 greens shoe store 147 main Street Biddeford open tonight until 9 open monday and Friday double s amp h Green slumps from 6 f. M. To 9 p. M. Nights a til 9 behind the smile of Dan Flagg major United states Marine corps lies a Man of action. The smile can change from warmth to cold derision to a snarl a fleeting moment. That s How fast the Pace of Dan Flagg s life goes. Keep up with him starting today the bid Deford Sace journal. a news analysis by Frank Cormier Washington it a president Kennedy is approaching the l%4 presidential Campaign with the apparent Hope of borrowing a i theme from former president Dwight d. Eisenhower peace and Prosperity. Kennedy test marketed t h e peace argument during the Western tour he jul t completed he obviously was pleased with the result particularly because he Drew warm response the Rocky Mountain area where Many voters favor the conservative policies of sen Barry Goldwater Arizona Republican. Repeatedly Kennedy was interrupted by applause As he talked up the limited nuclear test Han treaty foreign Aid and global involvement a All of which he credited with making brighter the prospects for peace. Unquestionably thu Choice of la beets was to determine audience reaction. But these topics also concern Kennedy Mote deeply than the conservation matters that were the announced focal Fiott of his trip. Prosperity also figured Kennedy s speeches a usually connection with his argument that $11-billion tax Cut is vitally needed As anti recession insurance. If a tax Cut is enacted before the election and a recession is avoided Prosperity certainly will be one of Kennedy a major Campaign claims. Thus the democratic presidential candidate next year May employ substantially the same arguments that Eisenhower used successfully against Democrat Adlaie Stevenson pad the second of five Days of speech making Kennedy to Gar to swing away from conservation and emphasize his contentions that by shouldering International burdens the United states is re pulsing a the cd immunise 0 a this argument was voiced Montana at Billings and great Falls. Indore Kennedy made it the theme of the trips major address a appearance Salt Lake City a mormon Tabernacle. Salt Lake City Kennedy twice was interrupted by applause As he saluted the limited nuclear test ban treaty w hich Goldwater j has opposed. Cheers again halted Kennedy when he defended for eign Aid. The trip was just plodding along until Kennedy hit upon the peace question Montana. Starting thu a he seemed much More enthusiastic. He spent increasing amounts of time shaking hands with those who greeted him at airports auditoriums and stadiums. If the Tnp was a dry run for the hum Campaign As seems apparent be e d v undoubtedly View it As a Success. Work shop for rent 55 x 30 Cement Block building 110-220 Eleein Recal service hard Wood amp Metal covered work benches Call at 2-9023 facts you should know health capsules lev Michael a. Petti . .j.�?T. A v. Read it Dail y the Biddeford Saco journal starting today a j

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