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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Bristol, Pennsylvania Supplement today or fitful hating court in Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper weather sunny Breezy Cool today. Highest near 50. Clear cold tonight. Low in the lower 30s. Tomorrow mostly sunny Milder increasing cloudiness late in Day. Highest in the 50s. In attack near Hanoi russian built miss Challenge . Runes Over North Viet Nam Saigon Ufi a russian built Mig jets challenged american planes bombing communist North Viet Nam today for the first time it was officially announced Here. A . Navy spokesman said three Mig so a interfered with american raiders attacking a railway and Highway Bridge 65 Miles South of Hanoi capital of communist North Viet Nam. The spokesman said the Mig a fled with the american fighter bombers pursuing them at 1.000 Miles an hour. The red planes escaped into a Bank of Low lying Haze. The spokesman did not say whether any fighting occurred during the encounter. It was not certain immediately whether the soviet built jets belonged to North Viet Nam red China or Russia All three nations use planes of this make. Markings not mentioned the returning . Pilots made no mention of having noticed National markings on the planes. More than too Navy planes took part in the raid on the strategic Bridge at Dong Phuong. One was shot Down Over the target. Its Pilot Para 23-year-old Dies Southampton Man killed in crash at Tennent school a Southampton Man one of two passengers in an automobile which apparently went out of control on the driveway out of the parking area of William ten. Nent High school Johnsville was killed As the car turned a a a i Good evening russian built migs now in the fray. Chute into comr unit a e i d territory. Another Navy Jet hit by communist anti aircraft fire crash landed at the . Airbase in Danang South Viet Nam with a damaged Hydraulic sys tem. Belches of Orange flame from the River a a today a raid was the closet a Navy Pilot who flew on the l. S planes have comp 0 he raid said communist anti air j communist capital of Hanoi Craft Ere looked like a a horrible and the first attack they have that a what our airmen discovered during another damaging strike Early today in North Vietnam and the question while unimportant is whose migs Vietcong peking or Moscow meantime the u. S. Decides to increase the pressure against the reds by sending a few thousand More troops to Saigon and the decision be a better one. When and if the time comes for a Little negotiating Uncle Sam must do it from a position of lowering the Boom not running. And we see where Martin Luther King orders an Quot Seal a Ting Boycott against the state of Alabama. This word a a escalate becoming quite a popular one. That word a a Boycott with its implications never a Good one and. In this instance one we re sure no thoughtful american can possibly take seriously. This simply Isnit the Way the United states goes about settling its internal problems however serious they May be. We suspect More Able leaders in this civil rights struggle Are fully aware of this. There he is tied for first place in the $65,000 greater Greensboro open is Samuel Jackson Snead still showing youngsters like Palmer. Play or and Nicklaus How to swing a Golf stick. Over after striking an embankment on Centennial Road at 3 23 . Today. James w. Humrichouse or. 23, of stump Road was pronounced dead at the scene at 3 55 . By or. Alan j. Miller 865 West county line Road War minister. Warminster police sgt. Conrad Yeager and patrolman Roy Loller John Martin and Edward Mcgilloway said the victim was pinned under the roof of the car. East on driveway police said 5he automobile operated by Wayne Barry Rhoads 20. Of 756 William st., Southampton was travelling East on the driveway which runs out of the High school parking area toward Centennial Road. Police said the Driver apparently lost control of the car. They found 393 feet of straight skid Marks plus 73 feet of sideway skid Marks on the driveway. The car continued across Centennial Road struck an embankment and turned Over. It took about five minutes for the Crew of the Warminster ambulance to pull the victim from under the overturned car. Another passenger in the car was David Glaser 20, of 241 Maple ave., Southampton. Both Rhoads and Glaser were taken to holy redeemer Hospital Meadowbrook where they were treated for multiple abrasions and contusions. They were later discharged. Or. Samuel b. Willard Bucks county Coroner was called to the scene. He said death resulted from brain lacerations and a fractured Skull. Humrichouse was the 16th person to die on Bucks county highways this year. His body was taken to the we. Rowen Grant funeral Home inc Street Road and second Street Pike Southampton. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at this time. Here a hoping the Veteran Slammer the classic golfer of All time makes this his eighth win at Greensboro. And the Phillies lick the braves 3-2 with to Melinksy and cookie Rojas the Showoff you realize baseball season opens Only a week from Mon Day three books about women just published Are titled a the dangerous sex a a a the emotional sex a and a a the useless so what else is new mild pleasant weekend for sure. If you re driving be care Ful please go to Church tomorrow. A frightened Little girl receives an inoculation against the plague As other Saigon residents await injections. Public health officials have administered medication to Many South Viet namese As a precaution against the dreaded disease which has spread in this War ravished country. Up telephoto made on a non military target. I ing to expel unneeded army of the spokesman said the flyers from his government Bridge is a vital link connect the official Viet Nam press ing Hanoi with Central v i e t Agency said the Premier wants Nam. I to return All army officers exp a we accomplished the Mission. We knocked out the Bridge a the spokesman said. The bombed Bridge spanned the song i River on the Northern outskirts of the City of Thanh Hoa. The Bridge carries the Only Railroad and Only major Highway Between Hanoi and Central Viet Nam. Earlier it was reported that Premier Phan Huy Quat is try a lbs will hear views of Pearson Thurmont my. Up president Johnson meets at this Mountain Retreat today with Canadian prime minister Lester b. Pearson who has urged change in . Strategy in the War in South Viet Nam. Pearson was expected to arrive at Camp David in Mary lands Cato tin mountains at about noon est. He was to have lunch with Johnson who has indicated he is determined to keep up for the present his policy of pressure against the communist regime in North Viet Nam. The meeting at the presidents weekend Retreat was announced Friday night by the White House. At right time the Canadian Leader in a speech Friday night at Philadelphia suggested that a pause in . Air strikes against North Viet Nam a a at the right time might open the door to negotiation of the conflict. Officials said the prime minister a staunch Friend of the continued on Page 3, col. 5 specialized work to their military duties. A a Quat has asked response be authorities to return the military personnel concerned to cent those a a in charge of highly continued on Page 3, col. 6 red China map above shows where communist Mig jets challenged . Navy fighter Domdei s during attack on railway and Highway Bridge in North Viet Nam. The Bridge Dot below no. Inear than Hoa carries Only major Highway Between Hanoi and Central Viet Nam. Up telephoto charges a brain Mcdonald aide sees election in doubt Washington up a spokesman for steelworkers president David j. Mcdonald said today the outcome of the unions feb. 9 election is still in doubt. Vice president Howard r. 6th Bomi hoax empties court Philadelphia up a bomb. Hoax aimed at judge Juanita Kidd Stout caused the evacuation of 300 persons Friday from the Philadelphia county court building. The threat was the sixth in recent weeks against judge Stout who has been cracking Down on juvenile hoodlums. An adult male telephoned that a bomb had been planted in the basement of the building where the judge holds court. A search revealed no bomb. Hague who ran on Mcdonald a j would slate charged that backers of j Job. Take Over Mcdonald a Union Secretary treasurer . Abel were trying to a a brainwash the Public into believing that Abel has won. Hague said the election would not be decided until Union tellers finish hearing More than 150 protests Over the balloting and report to the steelworkers membership by May i. A a no one has won yet a Hague said in a Telephone interview from Pittsburgh where he is taking part in steel contract negotiations. A a we object to conclusions being drawn until after the results Are announced he complained specifically about a March 27 up dispatch from Washington which said the consensus among labor Industry and government officials Here appears to be that Abel Hague said Mcdonald a supporters were still gathering evidence to show there were a springtime is in the air typical springtime weather is in store for the weekend but old Man Winter is not releasing his grip too readily. Last nights Low of 29 degrees came close to equating a record Low for the Date set Back in 1894 when the Mercury dropped to 27. For tonight a Low in the upper 20s is expected after a daytime High near 45. Tomorrow temperatures Are expected to go into the 50s and the Promise is for slightly higher temperatures on monday. And Well have it tuesday when it happens9 associated press is there the associated press will soon become a part of the Cour Ier times broadening system of local regional state National and International news coverage. Equipment bringing this newspaper the service of what is regarded As the worlds oldest and largest new gathering network was installed yesterday. It will become operative tuesday of next week. This Means the courier times joins other metropolitan. Style and size newspapers of the land in capacity to bring readers the very finest and most Complete news service possible. It also Means the courier times and its readers will be served by the worlds two great new gathering organizations since All of the facilities of United press International will be retained. The Washington Story the Washington Bureau of the associated press is an especially interesting Story. Here it is More news Breaks from Washington than from any other City in the world. What the president says what Congress does what the Senate department thinks. These May be important to everyone everywhere. Appointment of a postmaster. This May be important to everyone somewhere. The Apps Washington Bureau meets the daily Challenge of delivering the capital report swiftly to All Points from Paris Kentucky to Paris France. Huge staff on Job the a maintains in Washington a staff second in size Only to that in new York. In addition to the chief of Bureau and news editor there Are 81 experienced newsmen 20 photographers editors and other photo personnel a traffic staff of 24 librarians dictation its secretaries switchboard opera continued on Page 9, col. 2 a a lot of discrepancies in the counting of ballots. A a if All the people who actually voted for us have their ballots counted we All would be he said in referring to in Mcdonald himself and Albert Whitehouse candidate for Secretary treasurer on the slate. He also criticized As a a impractical the tellers decision to delay rulings on individual protests until the round of hearings in major cities is Over. Hague said he anticipated the threats on president s life Man jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail Garrett Ray Bridges arrested Early yesterday in Falls township after allegedly threatening the life of president Johnson is in a Philadelphia detention cell today in default of $10,000 bail. Bail was set by u. S. Commissioner William Bruno who ordered the 37-year-old Bridges held for a Federal grand jury at a hearing yesterday. Used car buyer Bridges was arrested at 2 . Friday in the hide away hut on route i Falls township. Police were summoned after Bridges allegedly said he was going to get his 30-30 Rifle and kill both president Johnson and Rev. Martin Luther King. Bridges who lives in Spindale n. C., is a buyer of used cars which Are transported to Southern states where they Are sold. Two patrons at the bar and secret service agent Michael a. Kelly testified at yesterdays hearing. Yesterday commissioner Bruno also continued $10,000 bail until april 9 for Jack m. Ziegler 42, of Philadelphia who was arrested last wednesday for alleged threats against the presidents life. Bail was continued so a court appointed psychiatrist can examine Ziegler whose threats were contained in a be Falls township police notified lies of phone Calls to the Fri secret service agents. In Philadelphia. Tellers would make a report on wow a we we my the protests that would be a Sun a favourable to Mcdonald. Cluss fied Aik marking big week j a a the tellers Are All Abel supporters and that has something to do with it a he added. Abel backers have contended that the challenger will be declared the Winner by a relatively narrow margin�?10,000 votes or less a when the results Are official. They claimed that the Victory margin would not be reduced even if All of the protests filed by Mcdonald supporters were allowed. Two labor department observers have been present during the hearings with the agreement of i h sides. refused to say however if Mcdonald forces were considering filing a complaint with the labor department about the conduct of the election. If the labor Secretary believes the outcome of Union balloting was affected by fraud or ballot stuffing he can ask a Federal judge to void the results and order a new election under government supervision. Hague said Mcdonald backers could not make a decision on their next step until they saw a local by local breakdown of the returns. To celebrate International want and week april 4 to to the classified department of the courier times is offering a special incentive to its readers it was announced today by Paul Weide Mann classified advertising manager. Anyone who would like to sell merchandise such As furniture rugs appliances musical instruments tools sporting goods clothing Etc. May do so during International want and week at a special Price. See color Page 17 the deadline for receiving merchandise ads at this special rate will be saturday april to. Statistics indicate that the average american family has eight items each year that could be sold with want ads. In preparation for Spring cleaning what an Opportunity for smart housewives. This special offer will not apply to commercial advertisers. Index amusements Church. Classified. Comics. Editorials. Editorial features. 16. 12, 13 17 21. 22, 23 6 7 movies. 16 obituaries. Pictures. Sports. To listings women a news. Is. 8 14. 1523 to. La Jacoby on Bridge 16 Junior reporter. 23 Magazine. 24 classified no. I 3-1600 night classified i 6-4600 i i to

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