Bristol Daily Courier in Bristol, Pennsylvania
24 Sep 1965

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24 Sep 1965

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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - September 24, 1965, Bristol, Pennsylvania Swim ordinance also approved so Hampton oks apts., Industrial Park by Bill Gignac staff writer Southampton a first Garden apartment project and its second Industrial Center seem a certainty following last nights action by the upper Southampton township Board of supervisors. The Board which was unanimous in All its actions last night also adopted a swimming Pool ordinance. The boards action culminates a three year attempt by Henry Schwartz of Elkins Park to construct apartments on a 56-acre tract of land behind Freihofer a bakery on Street Road. Will Cost $3,000,000 Schwartz told Board members he will also build a shopping Center on the ground subdivided by the supervisors last night. He estimated the apartments and shopping Center which will include a movie theater will Cost $3,000,000 to construct. He will begin developing the ground in three weeks but said he will not begin construction of apartments and stores until Spring. Although he has attempted to build apartments in Southampton since 1962, the township did not pass the Garden apartment ordinance until last dec. 29. Building plan approved the supervisors action on the apartment shopping Center Complex mowed on the heels of approval by the planning commission last week. The supervisors pointed out to Schwartz that even before construction begins on the units his building plans must get Board approval. The townships second Industrial site to be called the Southampton Industrial tract will be located Between second Street Pike and county line Road on 107 acres of land. The supervisors withheld approval five months ago of the Road plan for the tract because of the developers reluctance to guarantee Access would be limited Only to internal roads. Despite the developers Lack of compliance with the recommendation of the planning commission and the supervisors the Board approved the plan. A not la writing supervisor chairman John Danenberger said a we might As Well pass this legislation be cause the Developer has met All the requirements except the one on the limited Danenberger said the township would still have some control Over the accesses a although its not in the Developer is James d. Morrissey of Philadelphia. No details were available As to How Many and which com continued of Page 12, col. 7 for nows of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 18 instal latin emt ror weather Cloudy with occasional showers today and tonight. Partly Cloudy and cooler tomorrow and sunday. Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper vol. 55, no. 294 member Abc Bristol pa., Friday evening september 24, 1965 36 pages Price ten cents they they shake i % is go Juji i $ a % j at t a pakistani army Liaison officer left and an Indian army officer shake hands near the Indian Pakistan Border shortly after the cease fire Between the two countries went into effect sept. Cable photo up Gromyko in v. N. Russia to . Leave yet Nam fighting flares up in Kashmir or. Arthur j. Goldberg says it Well. In a major policy address to the 117-nation general Assembly of the ., the . Ambassador accused communist China of launching a Campaign to change the world by Force and violence and noted that americans Job at the moment is to prevent South Vietnam from being peking a first victim. About time somebody started re alerting the Globe of the grave dangers ahead. And if there a any question about the red chinese design Stop for a moment and consider Vietnam Pakistan Tibet India the Congo Cuba Etc., Etc., Etc. Unseasonable heat wave of the past week just about done. In any event the Rains soak ing the Midwest Are expected to wet Down this Region before Day and night Are done and cooler weather for the weekend for sure predicts the Man who always knows it All. The weekend a wondrous couple of Days for the football fans. It could also be a Nice couple of Days for disillusioned baseball fans if the Phillies continue winning and overhaul the braves now two games ahead in fifth. Penn state Princeton Pitt notre Dame they Veall got it made. Maybe state and local police should Start making Auto and truck Drivers aware of the meaning of these a a yield signs along the highways especially route 13 from Tullytown to route i. A lot of near misses along this limited Access Highway. Lets not wait for a few tragic direct hits to again get excited about safety. Isnit it Odd that Middle ego always starts a few years ear her for the other fellow too bad we think that we can to forget our troubles As quickly As we forget our blessings. Next to the wound what worn in make Best is the Bandage. Pakistan accused by India of violating Cease fire new Delhi India a India accused Pakistan today of violating the cease fire by sending troops into the Indian controlled part of Kashmir. India said it has asked the United nations to investigate. The charge came a Day after both nations agreed to heed a Request to silence their guns pending a settlement of their dispute Over control of the divided Himalayan state. The Indian defense ministry said uniformed pakistanis crossed Inta Indian Kashmir near hangar about 90 Miles North of Jammu kashmiris Winter capital and began digging trenches. The local Indian army commander did not take action and asked the Observers in Kashmir to investigate the defense ministry said. . Observers have been in Kashmir since the world body established a cease fire in the disputed state in 1949. They will be bolstered to supervise thursdays truce which ended 22 Days of conflict. Prime minister Lai Bahadur Shastri said in a nationwide radio speech earlier a the blackout make red China feel sheepish new Delhi up a a festive crowd of 100,000 indians paraded 800 sheep a some of them painted Brilliant colors a before the chinese communist embassy today in a derisive protest against recent chinese charges. The chinese among other things had accused the indians of kidnapping 800 sheep from Tibet and taking them across the Border into Sikkim a charge denied by the Maharaja of Sikkim. A this is a gift to the chinese government which wants to plunge the world into a dreadful War Only for a few sheep a big banners preceding the animals read. The sheep were painted in Bright blues yellows oranges and Blacks. Has been lifted but let us not mistake it for the Dawn of he said pakistani leaders had talked of a possible a wider conflagration and he added Quot we cannot close our eyes to president Mohammed Ayub Khan warned thursday that of the Kashmir problem is not solved a this continent will again be engulfed in a much wider a further Shadow Over the cease fire was cast by the threat of sustained guerrilla operations in the Indian ruled segment of Kashmir. Indians Frontier with communist China was reported quiet today although it was revealed that blood already has been shed in the confrontation with peking High in the Himalayas. The chinese in a broadcast said the bodies of three Indian soldiers have been found in the Dum Chele area following a fight last sunday. India has reported three policemen were missing. China earlier claimed Indian troops had violated its Border in the area and fired on chinese civilians stationed there. India said the incident had been distorted by peking to cover up its intrusion. United nations . Apr the soviet Union today condemned the United states As an aggressor and demanded the withdrawal of . Forces from Viet Nam As a necessary step for peace. Soviet foreign minister an Drei a. Gromyko told the General Assembly in a far ranging policy statement that . Bids for negotiations a will mislead no . Ambassador Arthur j. Goldberg listened intently As the Veteran soviet Diplomat blasted . Viet Nam policies a the soviet Union vigorously condemns the aggression of the United states in Viet Nam a Gromyko said. He declared that the soviet people Are solidly behind the communist Viet Cong and warned that continuation of the . Military intervention could have serious results. A if for some reason Washington does not ask itself what the continuation of aggression against the vietnamese people can Lead to in the Long run a he said a we can Only say that this is a big mistake. This question is one which should be posed theirs and remove their Arma diplomats will study the tone of the speech including the in Tensity of any attacks for a sign As to the mood which will pre president since 1952 Vail during the current Assembly session. Goldberg set the stage for a full Viet Nam debate by dealing with the Issue at length. His slashing attack on the peking Johnstone resigns at Woods schools he said there is a Way out of the Viet Nam conflict. The Way he went on had already been outlined by the Viet Cong and communist North Viet name an end of the . Bomb Ings and return to the Geneva agreement of 1954. A the War has been brought to Viet Nam from across the Ocean a he said. A so in order to put an end to it the troops of the United states and their accomplices in aggression must leave territory which is not the president of the Woods schools in Langhorne has submitted his resignation and expects to step Down by oct. I. Edward l. Johnstone came to the private school As president in 1952 and later established the first child study and research Center in the nation. It was part of $2 million of new building and renovations completed under his administration. Fish and write at the Woods schools Are some 400 persons suffering from various degrees of mental retardation. They Range in age from 2 to 65 and Are from 34 states and nine foreign countries. Johnstone said he probably will return with his wife to new Jersey where he was superintendent of the new Jersey state Colony at Woodbine before coming to the Woods schools and a Settle Down to some serious interim president the out going president a former newspaper editor in Florida is also planning to do some writing. He will be succeeded by or. Government made it doubly difficult for the other communist countries to avoid a reply a even though they May not agree with red chinese policies. The . Chief Delegate mentioned the soviet Union Only once or twice in his hour Long speech and these references were not critical. He simply referred to . And soviet disarmament proposals. Goldberg also has praised the soviet Union publicly for its cooperation on the peace moves made by the Security Council in connection with the India pals Tan conflict. This cooperation in fact has been the subject of criticism by the chinese communists. A broadcast by the official new China news Agency accused the United states and the soviet Union of a conspiracy in the Security Council and referred to a the .-soviet r it up. V y -. Mss Mirn. Mid Edw. L. Johnstone William l. Noe jr., physician for the schools who was named interim president. Johnstone a father was an instructor of the schools founder mrs. Molly Woods Hare and Johnstone accepted the presidency upon her retirement. Brezhnev warns on nuclear arms Moscow up a soviet communist party chief Leonid Brezhnev declared today that Warsaw pact nations would take a appropriate measures if West Germany receives Access to nuclear arms. Brezhnev charged at a soviet East German Friendship rally that the West German government is a ready to stake everything on obtaining nuclear arms. He said the communist Warsaw pact Alliance would strengthen defences if such armament came about. The rally was held in Honor of visiting East German communist chief Walter Ulbricht. Third scrape in two months woman Calls police and ends up in jail mrs. Darlene Emplit widow of a burglar killed by a Bristol township policeman last March had her third scrape in two months with a township police Early today. Mrs. Emplit who says she so Peyton place stars heart stops during operation tvs Dorothy Malone Battles for life Hollywood up a Academy award Winner Dorothy Malone battled for her life today after a six hour lung operation during which her heart stopped but was kept beating by a mechanical heart lung device. The 40-year-old blonde Star of televisions a Peyton place series was placed in the intensive care unit at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital at about 5 15 . Put after to hours and 15 minutes in the operating room. Or. Raymond Weston one of several surgeons who attended miss Malone said a i think she will make it. We have removed the clots from her lungs and in a during the operation which Dorothy Malone began at 7 . Put thursday night Weston sent out a request to radio and television stations in the area to broadcast a plea for a positive blood to save miss Malone a life. The actress Mother Esther Malone of Dallas tex., wept As Weston told newsmen a there was a time on the operating table when i did no to think she would make miss Malone who won an Oscar for her 1956 supporting role in a written on the wind a was admitted wednesday night after she fainted at her Beverly Hills Home. A team of eight surgeons performed the lengthy operation to remove what Weston called a massive clots which had formed in the lower part of the body a passed through the heart and lodged in the pulmonary artery leading to the lungs and All branches of the arteries leading into the Weston said miss Malone a heart stopped during the first hour of surgery and that she was kept alive through the use of a heart lung machine. Spokesmen said they received offers of blood from �?o150 to 200�?� persons throughout the United states. The Chicago born actress a who was raised in Dallas broke into films in 1946 with continued on Page 12, col. 19 even though motor vehicle records show her age As 21, was arrested at 1 55 . After she called police and said she was served drinks in the Indian Creek tavern Emilie Toad Levittown. Mrs. Emplit who asked that the bartender be arrested for serving a minor wound up in jail charged with assault and Battery on a police officer resisting arrest disorderly conduct and consuming alcoholic beverages under the age of 21. Lives in Bristol according to police mrs. Emplit became embroiled in an argument with the owner bar tender Dominick Casmirri 48, of Western ave., West Bristol before calling police. Police today said mrs. Emplit who lives at 1037 Beaver st., Bristol began Yelling and tried to run away from them when she was arrested. Before getting into a police car mrs Emplit kicked patrolman Richard Batezel in the Groin and bit him on the left forearm police reported. Once in the patrol car police said mrs. Emplit continued to act violent by pounding on the protective screen Between the front and rear seats. Arraigned before Justice of the peace Dominick Spadaccino Middletown township mrs. Emplit was placed in the Bristol Borough jail in lieu of $1,500 bail. $1,000 bail Casmirri charged with furnishing liquor to a minor and allowing a minor to frequent a bar was arranged before Squire Spadaccino and released in $1,-ooo bail for a further hearing. Police said mrs. Emplit had a mixed drink in her hand when they arrived at the tavern. She told police a a in a a minor i want the bartender arrested for serving mrs. Emplit told police she is 19 years old. When she applied for her Drivers License she listed her birth Date As april continued on Page 12, col. La ifs Worth $400 ifs Worth $400. That a coi word the fascinating word game. And you can win if you get your entry to the courier Tini is before Midnight monday. Page 33 amusements. Index 16, 17 Junior reporter. 34 building. 13-15 movies. Obituaries. A classified. 23-33 school menus. 2 coi word. 23 sports. 34, 356 stocks. .5 editorials. To review editorial features. 7 to schedule Jacoby. Women a news. Roll

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