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   Bucks County Courier (Newspaper) - July 18, 1966, Bristol, Pennsylvania                               For News Of Southampton Trevose Feastcrville See Page 12 lucks Delaware Valley's Greatest Home Newspaper Weather Sunny and hot today. Partly cloudy and warm tonight. Fair and hot to- morrow with widely scat- tered showers or thunder- showers. VOL. No. 232 A3C MONDAY JULY 1966 30 PAGES PRICE TEN CENTS 'ALL NECESSARY ACTIONS' Red China Vows To Support North Viet TOKYO 'China vowed today lo support North Viet Nam with necessary until final victory is won in the South. The Chinese said Ihc pledge stands matter what U.S. imperia- lism might A Peking Radio broadcast monitored here said the new Chinese pledge was made personally by Premier Chou En-lai to North Vietnamese Ambassador Tan Tu Binh in the Chinese capital Sunday. The Chinese promise came o n the of a defiant speech Sunday by North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh. Ho ordered partial mobilization and said North Viet Nam would fight on for 20 years or lo defeat Ho's call to arms was seen as a response to stepped up American air raids on North Viet Nam. in the brief statement carried by all North Vietnamese stations Ilo said the mobilization was necessary to strengthen the national defense forces to defeat all war schemes and acts of the U.S. jmperialists No Mention The North Vietnamese state- ment made no mention of captured American whom the Vietnamese refuse to recognize as prisoners of war and have threatened to bring to trial as war criminals. 'U.S. officials say 62 Ameri- cans 45 of 'them- are being held by the North In Cairo the North V i e t n a me s e embassy an nounced it had refused to accept from the United Arab Republic an official U.S warning note on the captured airmen. The U.S. had asked the one of the few non- Communist countries that main- tains relations with Hanoi to relay the warning. A Chinese broadcast said tens of thou of No Mi V-etiu- mese rallied in Hanoi Sunday in support of Ho's haid line. The pledged to every SIrect and every house of this capital into a stiong the broadcast said. In the Chinese premier received the North Vietnamese ambassador day lo accept a copy of speech. Chou assured the ii Sun- Ho's that to all-out support lo the Vietnamese people ib nu- bounden international of Ihe Chinese people.'' Theie was no indication tnn would meludi Ihc'dispatch of troops. China hinted in the past it is prepared to intervene openlj i Ihc1 and Chou noted Sunday that 'at the present moment is primarily the Vietnamese peoples' great 70-HOUR MISSION 2 Set For Most Advanced Flight Good Ji i As of all for the Gemini 10 space excursion. Well before sundown Astro- nauts John Young and Mike Collins should be in Ihc skies on a complex three-day mission during which both will have a couple of strenuous workouts outside the capsule with a ren- dezvous with two target satel- lites thrown in for good measure. Let's wish 'cm luck and suc- cess. As of another scorcher in the making with mere al 90 degrees or belter and little or no relief expected for several days. If drought continues we're going to have to start conserving the ivalcr sup piy. No complaints about the long weekend however. MURDER SUSPECT Frank L. 22-year-old unemployed handyman from is hand- cuffed as he leaves Bristol Township police headquarters Saturday follow- ing arraignment on charges of mur- dering and raping Mrs. Lucy T. Hus- 46-year-old widow. Times Photo by Al CAPE KENNEDY The countdown began today for the late afternoon launch of Gemini 10 astronauts John Young and Michael Collins on the nation's most advanced manned spaceflight dual rendezvous and spacewalk spec- tacular. Everything was proceeding smoothly toward the start of the daring three-day mission. Gemini's Atlas-Agena rendez- vous rocket was set lo go first at with Young and Collins to follow at .While the space pilots-slept launch pad crews pumpec thousands of gallons of high powered propellant into Germ m's Titan 2 rocket. The fuelinj started at daybreak. A U.S. space agency spokes man said the long countdown began on time at EDT. Two hours officials aid it was proceeding smooth-1 most precise timetables ever y. 'devised for a manned space- Twp. Police Hunt Murder Weapon By SCOOP LEWIS Courier-Times Staff Writer Bristol Township police todav continued their intensive search for the blood-stained blackjack used in the rape-murder of Mrs. Lucy T. Husvar in her GGOl Upper Beaver Dam Bristol Township. Frank L. Tomlinson. 22-year- old unemployed handyman who once cut grass for Mrs. told police he tossed the black- jack in the Delaware Canal be- tween Route 13 and Beaver Dam Road. married and the father of a 10-month-old was arrested in his 653 Pine at 2 a.m. Saturday by Bristol Township detectives. After four hours' interro- Tomlinson admitted to beating Mrs. Husvar about County Prison to await a pie- head with the blackjack and criminally assaulting her after she found him in her house when she returned from shopping in Bristol. Arraigned before Justice of the Peace Robert G. Tomlinson was held without bail on charges of mur- arson and burglary. He was committed to Bucks In Slaughter Of 8 Nurses Nationwide hunt for the slay- er of eight young Chicago nurses ends as police arrest Richard Frank 24-year-old intincr ant handyman as suspect and Cioir man. Speck has a record of two prison terms and several other arrests and here could be another example of what hap- pens when the courts rr.akc it easy for a convict lo win a pa- whatever his background might be. And another Frank L. of Bristol. quickly arrested as the suspect in brutal rapr-mnrdor of Mrs. Lucy Husvar late Friday in her home in Bristol Township. Give Chief Merkcr of Bristol Township and his mon credit for fast and effective action in this one. Phillies could havo marie M two Over the Dodgers yester- day but had to settle for one on Chris Short's brilliant pitching. Ray Herbert did well enough win the bnt his team mates just kicked it away. Don't people won't bo silting on raflers tonight af Connie Mack Stadium as 'V JavksftTf and SamK for broko. we'll foe soring yon Ihm. Mrs. Husvar Services Set Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Mrs. Lucy T. Hus- who was slain in her fifiOl Upper Beaver Dam Bristol Friday night. Born in Mrs. Husvar attended public schools in the borough. She was a member of the Miraculous Medal Society of St. Ann's Church. She was cm- plnrrrt hr Tarlton Plastics. Inc.. Bristol. Mrs. widow of Joseph is survived by her Mrs. Irene Petrino of six brothers. of and Fred and Michael Pe- all of four Mrs. Maria Accardi of Wild- Mrs. Theresa Brit- ion of Mrs. Irene Monks of Levittown. and Mrs. Sally McMahon of a step- Mrs. Ruth and a Frank Husvar of Florida. Services will be al ft a.m tomorrow from Galrorano Home. 420 Radelifte Bristol. Solo in will fro af 1ft a.m. in on 13. Col. liminary hearing Thursday at 10 a.m. Bristol Township Police Chief Harry G. Merker 2nd today dis- closed that Tomlinson also will be charged with robbery. While searching for the blackjack Sat- police and firemen re- covered a wallet belonging to Mrs. Husvar. who has tossed it in the canal when he fled the murder scene short- ly after p.m. Friday. Pump Canal Five Bristol Township fire three units from Bristol and the Fair- less Hills Fire Co. pumped an estimated two million gallons of water from the canal Satur- day in searching for the black- admitted to taking the jack. The fire pumpers were flight. It was a tough schedule for the launch crews to meet. A delay of more than 28 minutes n getting the Atlas-Agena ofl will automatically bring a two- day postponement in the double aunch. With the Agena in orbit the Titan 2 rocket carrying Gemini 10 will have to ge away in 35 seconds of its scheduled blastoff time also face a two-day delay. The astronauts were fit am ready as could the twi space nounced The threat appeared least acceptable. Officials sai there was a one-in-four chanc of interference with the tigh double launch schedule by lat afternoon thunderstorms. Young and Collins wen tackling one of the busies three day space missions ye devised and one that could send them to a manned 'altitude record of 467 miles. On tJieir actionpacked sche dule are the rendezvous will the two Agena two periods of working outside the spacecraft for Collins and the manning of 14 experiments. So relaxed and confiden were Young and Collins Bristol Township Public Works their lough training grind thev Weather continued to look The space agency orecast partly cloudy 12 mile an hour winds and 84 degree temperatures at launch time. There was only a 15 pel- cent chance that thunderstorms might interfere. Ambitious Mission The ambitious mission calls for a meeting and three dockings with the Gemini 10 Agena target a second rendezvous with the lifeless Agena left in orbit four months ago by Gemini a 55-mlnute spacewalk by Collins anc another 55 minute whir through space with Collins photographing the stars while standing in an open hatchway. To enable the nation's eighth set of Gemini astronauts to perform bolh en- gineers had to meet one of the operating al a rate of gallons a minute. The between Route 13 and Beaver Dam was blocked off by dirt and plywood tossed into the canal by the Department. Police yesterday combed the brush on both sides of the canal in searching for the blackjack. on Page Col. Suspect To Face Survivor Of Massacre CHICAGO the roving seaman lo faced arraignment today on a charge of slaughtering eight young student nurses during a night of terror four days ago. Speck was also expected to be brought face to face with Miss Corazon a pert Filippino exchange student who survived what has been called crime of the was captured almost by in a Skid Row fkphou.se Sunday. He had tried to gash himself to death with a broken wine bottle. Policemen answering a rou- tine call found him on a blood- soaked mattress in the Skid Row hotel. It wasn't until Speck was rushed lo a hospital that a young doctor washed the blood from his arm and found the identifying to raise The police had their man. Chicago posting a 24- hour a day guard around Speck's hospital bed in thel Bridewell House of emphasized they were not going to question Speck themsleves. That will be up to the office of ftale's Atty. Daniel P.Ward. Nine-Hour Conference After a nine-hour conference with prosecutors and detectives broke up Sunday Ward said he expected to get a statement from Speck today. Authorities were taking a kid gloves approach to the tall drifter from Texas because of Anticipated Funds Over O.I.C. Drive Gains Momentum Ilicit i espouse be more swift and more gener- ous if the urgently needed fund is to be realized. 1000 LfUor Mailed The O.I.C. here is similar to a highly successful program in Philadelphia and the results of the local supported by industrial and commu- nity has been most U.S. Supreme Court decisions widening the rights of accused persons. Police said Sunday night they lad recovered a 12-inch hunting Speck had sold to a tavern buddy for SI a few hours after Ihe murders were discov- ered Thursday. Crime laborato- ry technicians were examining the weapon. While Speck prepared for his first day in five victims of one of the worst mass murders in modern times were to be b ied. One of the slain student nurses was buried Saturday. The bodies of Iwo more were being returned to their native Philipppines. The girls were strangled and knifed to death one by one by a lone intruder who entered their most up. Contributions may be sentiapai inieni took off most of Sunday and went fishing from a beach nea their special quarters at th Merrill Island moonporl com plex. The Space Agency did no say if thej caught. Held To Schedule Holding to the schedule have been on for the past I1 days of late to bed and late to rise order to get them ready for the busy hours thej face in the first late afternoon launching two dined late and then reviewed their fligh plan Sunday night. The astronauts have been going lo bed at 3 a.m. EDT an getting up about and today the schedule called for them I skip breakfast and sleep until p.m. They were then for a last-minute a final solid meal and suiting up for their onlrance into th like to see 'em sleep to but we'll be lucky if icy make it until stronaut chief Donald K. laytcn said Sunday at the final ews briefing before the aunch. a 35-year-old Navy is a space le flew as second man to Virgil Grissom in aboard Gemini the first American two-man flight. also 55 and an Force is a rookie but he has the Gemini 10's assignment minutes of standing hatch of the spacecraft pictures and carry out other and later 55 minutes of drifting outside the capsule at the end of an umbilical tether. Red Drive Is Thwarted SAIGON Ma- rines fighting in mountainous terrain near the North Vietna- mese border have killed 148 Communist regulars and stopped a planned major offensive. U.S. military spokes- man said today. The Leathernecks were push- ing through a vast region less than 10 miles from the demilitarized zone dividing North and South Viet Nam. The Communists were reported trying lo eslablish a beachhead in the northwest comer of South Viet Nam near the Laotian frontier. A U.S. officer told UPI Correspondent Leon Daniel only and lived in the rugged mountain area before a Marine and government task force moved into the region last Friday in Operation Hastings. Spokesmen in Saigon mean- while reported U.S. Navy and Air Force planes Sunday flew 108 missions over the striking oil storage depots and transportation facilities in the southern Panhandle region. Two nlanes were lost hut thfir spacecraft an hour and 551 three crewmen all were res- Appeal of Ihe Bucks County Opportunities Industrialization Center for to keep this vitally important program mov- ing is picking up momentum with officials reporting that an additional has been contributed by indus- organizations and individ- uals during the past few weeks. This brings the total raised date to a little better than 500 with a pledge from the Minnesota Mining and Manu- facturing Company boosting an- ticipated funds to better both Leon chairman for 01 r. arrd Rev. C. P. ftoswell. et- exettrtire director of is o-n bfoad base company. Sift. Onoral nnnr- lorated in Brislof any amount from Pajjc 13. CM. on Taeo f'ol. minutes before launch. cued. Bui if sufficient mon- finance appeal. to Lawrence B. Cramer at the Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Bristol. Cramer is co-chairman and treasurer for the drive. Flavin announced today that the advisory committee of the O.I.C. will meet tomorrow noon at O'Boyle's restaurant to de- vise means of stepping up the ey isn't immediately the program here may have to be Flavin said. community hospital late Wednesday night. Miss Amuraoj survived by cnnying under a' bed while her friends wcie led I to slaughter The manhunt for Speck oven his capture marked hv i r o n Police officers staked out at a maritime union hiring hall a block from tho murdered girls' apailmont. talked to' Spending Spree That vacation you're planning how'd you like to spend 5500 and it won't cost you a penny. When you win this week's we'll give you There must be a winner in this week's So get your entry in before deadline that's tonight. Many Contributions He also announced receipt sPerk on telePhOT1c .during past aftcv thp mimlers wcre' More IflOO letters have'these been senl commercial andj Friends of Rev. Mr. Bos industrial as well as Contributions from labor ioadors anrj tho o f C Chwroh Sunday sional people of rmmfy. Thej Fonn Valloy Construction emphasis is o-n bfoad base con-. Company. Sift. Onoral .discovered Thoy tried Irt lure .him to ball wilh the promise of borth on a ship to Now bnf he smoTled Happy vacation. INDEX Amusements IS Classified 22-27 Comics 2ft Kditorials ......___ 6 Editorial Ffalnrrs 43 RMLS 9 19-21 Stocks 4 TV RpTicw IS TV Schedule 29 Women's Nows n Classified Wl S-lffM Night Clarified   

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