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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Bristol, Pennsylvania Split second miss Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper Page 3 saturday april 3, 1965 believed suicide suspect Iii triple murder discovered dead in Auto Bailey circus in m Idison Square Garden in new York. She was saved from serious injury when she plunged into the safety net below. Her two partners Fly to bars to Complete their part of the act. Copyright 1965, n. Y. Journal american via up telephoto new gemini Craft to make 4-Day trip says perjury in Bank Case Cape Kennedy. The two stage Booster rocket already is installed on launch pad 19. On monday in Houston the Federal space agony will an Houston Tex. Up a Assembly of a new spaceship announcement of a Crew for a spectacular new flight and possibly a 1,000-mile switch of a nerve centers Are expected in the week ahead for the . Gemini Man in space program. The spaceship is the combination of Titan-2 rocket and gemini capsule that if All goes Well will Send astronauts James Mcdivitt and de White on a . Record four Day voyage into orbit in Early june. The 7,000-Pound gemini-4 Craft was scheduled for shipment today from St. Louis mo., to Washington up a a bring your own Money party for rep. Adam Clayton Powell last night netted the new York congressman about $7,500 towards his $62,000 libel judgment. About 150 guests paid the $50 each to attend the Benefit party russian built migs Challenge planes mudslide threat rises continued from Page i the armed forces immediately a the Agency said. In the course of South Viet names repeated military coups do eat Large numbers of army officers have taken Over government duties which normally Chicago up a Sally Rand celebrates her 61st still in the same old Ruth cavorting behind a pair of Ostrich Feather fans. A me retire perish the thought a the birthday girl said. A Why retire i love dancing. In a healthy my figures the same and i still weigh 113 pounds. A my hairs still blonde and in a still 35-25-35.�?� she was harking Back to her Eye popping performance at Chicago so a Century of Progress in 1933 and 1934. That show brought out the boys by the thousands and made Sally famous. A i never stopped working and i probably wont for Many years. Last year i worked 40 weeks and in be plenty of bookings lined up for 1965,�?� Sally a id. A i May drop some of them though to do summer theater. I be been invited to do a Gypsy and i do the Little foxes very Sally currently is hiding behind her fans at Marg and a chateau in Chicago. A a in a going to perform As usual on my birthday a she said. A the owner is going to give me a a surprised birthday cake and i expect a lot of old friends to drop v arned on crime in news Media a. Up a a will filed for probate Friday showed that the late John j. Mcclure prominent Republican Leader left an estate estimated at upwards of $200,000. It also fixed his personal property at $100.-000 and his real estate holdings at another $100,000. His widow Alice was chief beneficiary. Mcclure died at the age of 78 in University Hospital Philadelphia on sunday. Boro Man Hurt in Auto crash a Bristol Borough Man is listed in satisfactory condition at lower Bucks county Hospital after he sustained head injuries in an automobile crash Early today in the Borough. The injured Man Roosevelt Patterson of 706 race St., was a passenger in a car driven by Wyivis Hunt 43, of 500 Adams St., Bristol Borough that crashed into a Utility pole on Beaver St. Between Pond and canal sts., at 5 15 . Bristol Borough police gave Hunt a ticket for reckless driving. He told police his engine Cut out and the Power steering locked. The damage to the car was estimated at $300. Patterson was transported to the Hospital by the Bucks county Rescue squad. Sgt. Earl Buck and patrolman Al East Lack investigated the crash. Continued from Page i United states would receive a courteous hearing for any proposals he might offer in the talks. But there were no indications of any impending change of policy in the guerrilla War in the near future. No formal news conference was scheduled but newsmen were permitted in the area and there was a Chance a statement might be issued after the talks. Pearson delivered his Philadelphia speech at a dinner at which he received Temple University a world peace award. May not work the prime minister said that the . Raids on North Viet Nam might not achieve a the desired political response because the communists would shy away from a the Public humiliation of backing Down under a there Are Many factors which i am not in a position to weigh a Pearson said. A but there does appear to be at least a possibility that a pause in such air strikes against North Viet Nam at the right time might provide the Hanoi authorities with an Opportunity if they wish to take it to inject some flexibility into their policy without appearing to do so As the direct result of military pressure. A if such a suspension took place for a limited time then the rate of incidents in South Viet Nam would provide a fairly accurate Way of measuring i its usefulness and the desirability of continuing fair and warmer local forecast Sunn it. Breezy and Cool today with a High in the mid 40s. Winds North to to 20 Miles per hour. Clear and cold tonight with a Low in the upper 20s. Tomorrow sunny and warmer with a High in the Low 50s. Outlook for monday Cloudy and a Little warmer with a Chance of showers. 3 sentenced in burglaries Bucks county judge Lawrence a. Monroe yesterday sentenced Daniel Muccie 26, of 1020 Hudson St., Trenton to three to eight years in the state Penitentiary for 13 burglaries in the Bristol Borough a Bristol township area. An accomplice David Martini 28, of 916 Wood St., Bristol was placed in the sheriffs custody and ordered to undergo psychiatric tests. A third Man Sebastian Adriatic 25, of �?~279 Norway St., Trenton was sentenced to three months to a year in the county prison by judge Monroe. Adriatic was involved in one of the burglaries. The Trio pleaded guilty before the judge on March 22. At service station High yesterday 40. Low yesterday 32. Low this morning 29. Sunset tonight 6 25 . Sunrise tomorrow 5 39 . Sunset tomorrow 6 26 Sunrise monday 5 37 . Feasterville Man is Holdup victim Harrisburg up a Bucks county Barber has been ordered by Commonwealth court to show cause Why a state human relations commission order for him to Cut the hair of negroes should not be enforced. The court Friday gave the Barber. Charles Lee of Yardley to Days to answer before it will Issue an order directing him to obey the commission ruling. Tomorrows tides at Bristol High 4 31 . Low High 4 57 . Low 12 08 a Feasterville Man was one got More than $150. The Man of three service station attend who wears a Grey car coat to ant victims in separate holdups lice said is believed to be the in Philadelphia last night. Same one who has been holding Ronald Kroh 23, of 337 East up service stations in the bus Wood ave., was on duty at a Teton Holm Esburg Section of service station at Bustleton ave. The City since Early february. And Solly St. At 7 30 . When other stations hit last night the Bandit entered Drew a were at 7745 Frankford ave. And Small Black pistol and ordered Roosevelt blvd. And Halde Kroh into a Back room. The St. Gunman took $85 from the Cash Alice said All three attend Register and fled. Ants gave the same description in the three holdups the Man of the Man. Approves request Washington up the House appropriations committee has approved a labor department request for $560,000 to help step up the recruitment of Domestic farm workers to replace mexican braceros. The funds approved Friday included a $2.1 billion supplementary appropriations Bill for the current fiscal year ending i june 30. Mondays tides at Bristol High 5 09 . Low 12 18 . High 5 40 . Low 12 56 . A a for the tides at Morrisville add is minutes for High tide and 45 minutes for Low tide

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