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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 1, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaMedicare has Niel Start in lower Bucks hospitals it May be the Lull before the storm but apparently the predicted Rush into area hospitals by persons Over 65 has turned out to be a false alarm. Today americans of that age group Are eligible for Hospital insurance financed by social Security. But reports from the Delaware Valley and lower Bucks county hospitals indicate that the apprehension of an influx has been to some extent at least exaggerated. Joseph Dunlin. Administrator at Delaware Valley said he did not know of any admissions today at 10 o clock. Is said one person was admitted under medicare shortly before Midnight. About 10 persons already in the Hospital today became eligible for medicare. Asked if he thought a great number of persons Over 6ft were waiting until after july 4. Duro n said Quot i Don t expect any big Rush after the mrs. Mary k. Ancker said Only one patient under medicare was admitted today. About 23 patients already in Tower Bucks today became eligible for medicare. Mrs. Ancker also expected a no beeline to the Hospital Quot after the Holiday. Lurks Cut tip Emu if r Delaware valleys greater Home newspaper Friday july 1, 1966 Page 3 Alan held in a smut raid a Trevose Man was released under $1.000 bail last evening Oil a charge of Possession of obscene films and literature Justice of the peace Richard Garber. Hulmeville. Set bail for Charles Dada. 47. Of 3105 read children a tied 11 tip p Day Camp to Start thursday in Horo William Penn Center will and Cor. Aim Nolan Sheila Long minister a Day Camp for Chil Diane Baiocchi Joan Foster Dren three to six years of age Willie Tang and William Kline ave., and set wednesday in Bristol Borough. Thomas col children accompanied by Paras the Date for a further hear a ran executive director of the ends May be registered by aping. Dinda was arrested at his Rohm Haas sex p Dies Vincent. Hen Rich a retired vice president and Board member of Rohm and Haas co., died wednesday in Bryn mawr Hospital. He served in various capacities throughout the Rohm and Haas organization and at the time on his retirement a year ago was manager of the Houston. Tex. Plant. He was 66. After his retirement he lived at 1001 City line ave lower Merton to was a member of the american Institute of chemical engineers and past president of the Texas chemical Council past president of the Pasadena Texas rotary club and has served on the boards of Pasadena College Bayou Manor presbyterian Home salvation army and the boy scout pickets at Agate Center Siad today. I plying at the Camp site at join j Couk ii in Pasadena Tex. The program is sponsored by Coin and Wood sts., on tuesday a is survived by his Home in a raid conducted by a a be newly formed Bristol Borbi t Ween #15 re Salem township police it. Ough citizens advisory commit or. Thomas Fannin will sex Norman Rigby county Detec a a a of which Rev. Ernest Rar Amine the children accepted for live Charles Shaw. Trooper Low is chairman. The commit the Camp free of charge on Richard Kane of Trevose bar a a a it was organized at the re wednesday morning. Colgan Racks and postal inspector War quest of the Borough Council to said those enrolled after tues ten Ferguson of Philadelphia assist families of climbed in Day must present a health Eer u. Rigby said the raiding Par-1 come. Joti fixate to arrived at Dindas Home at Sandra Ancker of Bristol a children will i covered 3 58 . And conducted a recent graduate of West Ches by Accident insurance while at search until 5.05 . He said Ter state College will direct the tending Camp Organ ailed. Rolls of obscene 8 film and Camp. She will be assisted by of obscene literature nine neighbourhood youth corps were found during the search. Enrollees assigned to the pro police were Ted to Dinda Gram by the Bucks county through material and letters school system found yesterday morning in a to Register tuesday raid in Telford. Montgomery the Counselor Are mane la county. Micioni. Carmen tape. Gab mos . And 4 . I Bell Wirt Henrich intensive police probe 2nd car s Driver in fatality nabbed intensive investigation by Philadelphia was arraigned be Bristol township police officer fore Justice of that in act Rob has resulted in the arrest of the ert g. Campbell lev blown at Driver of the second car involved 10 of clock last night in the acc ident which took the he was released in Al 500 bail lives of two philadelphian in on charges of involuntary Man Croydon last saturday morning Slaughter and racing Mary Ann Dipaolo. 18. Of 3128 Gilham st., and William Reilly 20. Of 7407 Turre a Dale beware killed when the car in which they were Riding smashed head on into a steel j abutment on the Nesham Tny Bridge on state Road residents in the area who witnessed the crash at 12 1ft ., told police a second car had been drag racing with the fatal Auto seconds before the mishap. Blue car the Only description Given police at the time was that the second car was a Blue Chevelle patrolman Charles Glogouski Large Ltd raid made after questioning scores of rest dents and piecing together bits j month investigation they of information last night arrested Francis Mcclenaghan 21, of 6318 Limekiln Pike. Phila Beaver Falls. Palt put a state narcotics agents made today what they called the largest single seizure of 1-sd in Penn Sylvania. Agents said they confiscated 137 vials of the mind drug valued at 145.100, with the arrest of three men the arrests climaxed a two Aid three agents made the arrests As the men were in the process the Camp will operate tuesdays through fridays beginning thursday. Three and four year Olds Wilt attend the morning sessions from #15 to noon. Five and six year Olds will attend in the afternoons from 1 to 3 15. Mondays will tie used by the staff for an orientation program to plan the weeks activities. The program will include arts and crafts games music literature. Field trips and supervised play. Children will be assigned to groups according to age. There will be on Counselor for each 10 children. Hurt h building the Camp site is the building formerly occupied by the presbyterian Church of our Savior the Philadelphia presbytery has granted use of the building free of charge. The Day Camp is non religious and. Is open to All eligible children of the Borough Colgan said. Lincoln and Wood sts., have the largest concent ration of Spanish speaking residents of the Borough All the Camp Counselor have studied Spanish in High school. Adult volunteers will also be available for tutoring in English any interested Parent of Camp children. Rev. Bartow reported that Only one half the ramp budget has been raised to Date. A the Camp Quot he said Quot is going Forward on Faith because the need is so additional information May lie obtained by calling William Penn Center in Falls ton. Inauguration wife two daughters mrs Wallace a de Witt of Yardley mrs. Richard w. Ewing of Houston Tex two sons Vincent. Jr., Vandalia. Ohm. And Gustav j. Of scar \ Borough. N. 13 grandchild j Dren and one sister. Mrs. Floyd Beck sled of Madrid. N. Y. A private family funeral serv-1 ice will tie held tomorrow morning in the Hutchinson memorial Chapel of the Morri Shiue presbyterian Church. Or. Clifford g. Owners in Pennsburg school Dis members of local 68, structural ironworkers Al Cio of Trenton Are shown on picket line at one of . Steels main Gates at Fairless works Falls township. The striking Union is not affiliated with the steel Mill other than doing work on Plant prop erty on a contract basis for certain maintenance and new construction. The strike has not affected the operation at Bucks county a largest Plant. Courier times photo Itu mean hike fir 4 municipalities Penn Bury approves 75-Mill fax Kate by John e. Cooney courier time staff writer amounted to 2 Mills will have an increase of 8 Mills. The Tully a figure was based upon an rial estate taxes Lor property aver Asp of kure not on an in a a a a a ,. Quot ers in school do div Muat Bajt said Raymonl y.1&Quot Salt to Malion tact will be to a. Tor a Hub a. Pen Burn school director for the past six years. F an not Tell. A this is because we cannot i he mileage Rale adopted last tej j,0w much each person night by the new in team oper contributions Mav be made to committee was dropped. A the v. C. Henrich scholarship bom a tax rate of 76.5 Mills salaries i is4uss4 it i fund. San Jas into College proposed May h. Will follow at Sunset memorial Park Somerton. A. A Public memorial service will be held at the Church at a time to be announced. Memorial to cover the largest budget ##.738.000, Ever approved by the District. Would spend on amusement a did not have a per capita tax or he said. Amusement tax to offset any of Yardley Borough also had the increase As in Tower make dropped its $9 per capita tax Field. Yardley and Tullytown this was the equivalent of an an owner of a $10.000 Home additional 4 Mills so that there assessed at $3.000 in the school will he in increase of 3 Mills District will pay an annual tax said up Shutz. Falls township will have a s Mill increase hut the township Pasadena. Tex there will be no calling hours j arrangements Are under the i t in action of Poulson and Van Hise. Trenton. Boys will do w the cleaning r or. And mrs. Stephen ski of 1815 Lincoln ave. Croy a Don have High grass growing in an open Field they own off route 1.1 it seems that youngsters playing in the Field have been plagued w the ticks and other insert bites. Complaints from residents in the area brought a warning from Bristol township officials that the lot would have to be cleaned up by next w else what it Means Bill of $225 with the tax rate at 75 Mills. Required by Law the reason for All taxpayers in the school District paying the same millage rate this year is a because of state act 299. Which Rel a ii a twi require All joint school District i i a collection i Erms j Tach participating municipality a individual school Board. Each school Board went out of existence Iasi night because of act 29# and was replaced by interim operating committee the $9.738.000 proposed at the May 31 meeting was accepted this represents an increase of $1.266.923 Over last year s budget of $8.471 077 pills by or. Nod mrs. Rodinski a reined couple done to have the mean or physical ability to Clear the lot but the tax increase will add an additional 5 Mills to real estate taxes in fails township. 14 Mills Tower make fiend 7 Mills in Yardley and 10 in Tullytown. Lower make fiend has dropped its $15 per capita tax which the method of lax collecting the proposed salary for the school Board members Aid was no a new Penn Bury school j summer assistants was $1 an equivalent to 4 Mills so that Emrict was settled last night hour resident have a tax increase a Ber much haggling by the in a pics a i salary which aet Aliv amounts to a team operating committee. Mills uniformity of collection i he dropping the one goal being strive for by amusement tax in january committee but members which Board members said it und it impossible to have a uniform method of this coming year prior agreements made by municipalities concerning tax collection will hold next year. Areas without a prior agreement will authorize each tax collector to collect the real estate Transfer tax of one per cent at a fee of two per cent of the total collections turned into the Pennsburg school District. Guidance Counselor Albert Traut Wem rated by the school suit settled for $11.000 a Board member noted that students hired to Sand Walls to the schools get $1.50 an hour. The Board decided to look into a w Ohice incl in collection the matter and see if a salary # a of $125 would be feasible for a j it next year. A committee member Lois Artz two local woman escaped in said the Board should look into jury Early today when cars collided in the Pennsburg joint school Board faded out of existence last night with what some members thought was a jarring note it was the acceptance of an $11 Imio settlement by the Board concerning a Law suit Over Price fixing of school sup a Bunch of neighbourhood the wages of playground assistants in the school District also James Smith the Board president voted no to the election of teacher for Penns Bury summer workshop. Thev were driving Fairless Hills Falls township police identified the Drivers As mrs. Ann j. Verbish 47. Of 815 Chesterton Road Fairless Hills and of Selling 17 vials of Ltd to a Delphia he was arrested at is fellow a a a Street in Down Home by Glogouski and deter town Beave r Falls they said live Robert Gergal agents said a package of Man police said Mcclenaghan and Juana also was seized milled he was racing his car taken into custody and with Reilly a Auto. Mcclenaghan charged with illegal to session bloody civil said he was Quot doing 90&Quot when he and Sale of dangerous drugs and today As the passed Reilly sear. He said they illegal Possession of marijuana or. A stalled drag race started at la Iaiser were Allan r. Rider. 22. Of As president Section of state Road and be Hollywood it Alii. William is subdued youngsters who enjoy playing solicitor Waller Jackson said bait in the lot. Are coming to a jaw suit which had been the Rescue. Brought by the Penn Bury tomorrow afternoon they re school Board and the Compon going to Clear out the Field and ent Board members. Hired for Santo Domingo Chi a the scars of 14 months of Tiff were evident dominican re pub Joaquin Balaguer there was Little Hope for the fanfare just Dar ave., a few Hundred Yards Harper or. 2# of Sherman Oaks. Peac e and Prosperity i off route 13 in adjacent to Croydon acres. Ii oort deplore it pop i is dead div 59 year old from the Bridge Calif and Tony Burrell 28, of Balaguer a police said Mcclenaghan was Mercer county. A. Bachelor and pro american n r operating a 1966 Blue Chevelle agents said rider and Limpet a Lerate who Defeated leftist Mcclenaghan told tee he Are students at \ Alley Vista off it a i president Juan Bosch returned to the Accident scene j lege in California. By 241.000 votes a month ago but left moments later. According to the agents. From was being sworn in at the police said a companion. Will tin drug and narcotics control National Palace Iam Lang of 6318 Woodstock st. Section of the Pennsylvania deju a striking contrast to Philadelphia was in the ear apartment of health rider and Bosch inauguration in 196.1. With Mcclenaghan Harper had flown to Geneva on Bunting banners parades and Mcclenaghan. After waiving the take. Ohio and were do Street festivities were All his right to be arraigned in tag to Pittsburgh. Absent. Heavy Security Pecau i <.,. To Frt Mot Uii a throughout the ill. To Ternoir inheritance it is i ii Ami tits hold a Dof Uoc Cills. Tullytown and Lauwra teach a aides were a a. The, will he make fiend. Could be settled by the trainable classes at Eleanor. Aee Eunce of he mum Roosevell. Morrisvale route 13 in Carryville i after a nominal Legal fees he said the school District would net $7.309. The suit was against Kurtz Bros of Clearfield a. Garrett Buchanan co. Of Philadelphia j a Hammett co of Union City. \ j. And Roberts and Mack 1m of Harrisburg. Several districts Pennsburg was Only one of ship take notice several districts which brought a new animal control officer suit against the defendants assumes hts duties tuesday. There were two other compan he is Raymond Curtis Richie involved in the suit but of 2304 Brownsville Road Pennsburg did not have any Trevose. Who was appointed to Kul Lelm. Published thursday. Deals Ali. Ullh them. The i4. Marlene Armaray 24. Of 586 "1 dont want there to be a Webster ave., Penndel was reins pm Sib ugly of preferential treat they said mrs. Verbish was District As he said after the meet a travelling on Austin drive and guidance Counselor when the no a we he Way the teach w>5 ticketed for failing to Stop hiring of new personnel was ers Are hired for the workshop at the Stop sign at Olds Boule brought up. He will receive a i Teel there May he a Chance Vard. Where the collision of salary of $ll,l#8 for a 12-month for this to happen cur red at 6 30 am year. J Raymond Lipshutz a com damage to each car was i two elementary and four Sec-1 a tree member abstained from 1�?~mated at $500. Mondary school teachers were voting on the workshop hiring Yardley hired also a teacher and two Lugue painting bid. J the sole bid for painting 24 salaries for summer Library 0f the districts buses was a assistants in the District were disputed Washington up a Fri j. Edgar Hoover believes the Quot god is dead Quot movement in contemporary theology is so in a fourth of july message in the of big a Taw enforcement birth s i to huh a Ftfe Fitch lower 8k is june 29 or. And mrs. Simon Yaskow the seizure was set up for Lions prevailed Beaver Falls with Renato Della capital. F Porta assistant superintendent the subdued j of the control Section posing As i a buyer agents said they added that other arrests program. U,.c expected Hoover said Quot in a nation a us founded on an unfaltering Faith in god and Rich shocking to a opted by the committee a bid of $4.853 came from Keystone Wagon works co. Of Bristol. Committee members said bids had been sent to 14 companies but. For various reasons Keystone was the Only company which bid on the Job t vacation salaries were Dis-1 cussed by the committee concerning employees who work on a 12-month basis for the school system. It was agreed that melt Iki Plo yees who take More than a year by the. A 1 j Okaie Lvii w Caps bomb Agni hires animal officer stray dogs in Bensalem town complaint were raised by Board of supervisors at several of the Board members Cial meeting last night. A it be old Zitilli made great by a thy he inc to should to More 0 0prih0l i concerned with the principle in j solved when there is Price fix tone of the imm hear that a god is dead and Jwj an j no Money. Inauguration was a dual reflect Hal pal re Otis is unnecessary. The am de Price fixing of lion of Balaguero a pledged Quot i Al us profess our Faith in school supplies occurred be of austerity and the the a living Tat us shed tween tiie Spring of 1958 Scuri of civil revolt. The cloak of timidity and stand the Spring of 1961. Representatives of 33 nations As proud and True patriots the settlement represents 10 in addition to catching strays. President defenders of the priceless pet cent of t it base Prici the Job includes the care of tries from the com animals the townships dog a a Lvi we la he Richardson who has had experience in animal control work in Philadelphia replaces Joseph Sloan who recently resigned. Richardson was recommended for the Post by township manag and or. Burnley White who interviewed the applicants. Their 20 Days vacation time would not be paid unless the time was lost because of exceptional circumstances. The regularly h Edued meeting of the new Penn Bury school Board will be held july 11, the committee said t said there will not lie a meeting in August. Hubert ii Humphrey were heritage forged by the men of of school supple flu its. A Mil i of r a i a i i Iak. 2 disc Tane. Tavi town. 1 ill la i 14111411 girl or. And mrs. Thomas Mil a Harrisburg up slate Burn 9 Indian Creek entry and local police today were car. Of est town. Girl. To numb to investigate the theft or. And mrs. Edward Brugge of a 1770-Vintage Rifle from the Man 8590 Newportville Road Daniel Boone Homestead in Tavi town boy. Berks county. June 39 the stale historical and Mil or and mrs. Howard Pfister Seum commission thursday 311 East Circle drive Apt. 23. Warned the person or persons Bristol boy. Who stole the Rifle that Al or. And mrs. John Bostwick though the weapon was a Fine 3517 Iris ave., Trevose boy. Firearm in its Day. It definitely or. And mrs. Eugene Bald a is not in firing condition now win. 33 Woodbine Road Tavit and could be dangerous if town girl. J charged and pruned. Or. And mrs. John Pitzi 4 the gun was stolen last week Mimosa l be. Tavi town girl after being ripped from wire or. And mrs. Joseph Brown j fastenings Over the Kitchen fire 46 Ruby Tane Tavi town girl place in the Homestead. Here for the be Remote 76. Pames for those years. Pound. Some Cha Ages Are expected in draft Washington up a chairman l. Mendel Rivers d�?s., and top ranking members of his House armed service committee Are convinced that some changes should be made in the draft. Rivers said today that the hearings the committee has held on the selective service system the first full dress review of the draft in 15 years a made it Clear that changes were in order a but i d rather not say what they would be until we be completed review of the testimony Quot the committee wound up the first phase of its hearings thursday with a report from assistant defense Secretary Thomas d Morris the Pentagon a manpower expert on the findings of a two year study of the draft the general conclusion of the study was that the draft would be needed for another 10 years to meet military Tea now or requirements. The most notable recommendation was that 19-and 20-year-Olds should be inducted before older men. Which is not the Case now. Tater this month River and other senior members of the armed services committee plan a Quot where do we go from Here Quot meeting to decide on the future course of the draft hearings. It seems Likely the hearings will resume later in the summer with testimony from witnesses outside the government educators manpower experts and the like. President i Detroit a Quot building people is More important than building things Quot said William w Suttle 32, after his election As National president of the Jay Cees last night the Quot Little round Man from North As he was labelled by Man of the 10.000 delegates to the 46th annual convention said he intends to emphasize individual development and to get As Many Jaycees As possible involved in Community activities. Suttle succeeds outgoing pres indent James a. Skidmore of Brick township. . Ideal weather local forecast fair to Day tonight and tomorrow High both Days 85-90. Low tonight in 60s. Variable cloudiness. Cooler sunday High in Low 80s, precipitation Proha Mility near Zero through tomorrow. High yesterday 92. Low yesterday 74. Low this morning 69 seashore f o r dec ast sunny today High in upper to winds onshore 15 knot. Fair tonight and tomorrow High tomorrow about 70. Winds onshore is knots. Sunset tonight 8 32 . Sunrise tomorrow 5 33 . Sunset tomorrow. 8 32 . Tomorrow a tides at Bristol High 3 23 . Taw 10 48 . High 3 47 . Low 10 48 . A a for the tides at Morrisville arid 15 minutes for High tide and 45 minutes for Low tide. Thi via Thor Cissy hark by Thi associate 0 press High Low a tuna raw 69 .11 Routon. Clouds As Chi ago Cleat w 71 Ctol Connau Clouds 95 7 1 port Worth Citar 73 Tartu Kimsue. Cloudy 7 to 9 86 Law Angeles Cloudy Al 4 new or lean Clear new Vor. Cloudy. 9 73 Philadelphia. Cloudy 94 65 st. Loud Clear. 94 73 san fran., Cloudy 53 Tampa Clouds 12 to 40 let track i

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