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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaComplete to listings Liscka Chi Tialii courier weather sunny hot today High in the Dos. Partly Cloudy tomorrow. Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper vol. 56, no. 221 member Abc Bristol pa., saturday evening july 2, 1966 38 pages Price ten cents Freedom rings in Harriman m heat wave for Holiday 13�?Ts a hot number poo we re headed for our 13th straight Day of the heal wave with the thermometer again aiming toward the Low is. Tomorrow promises to be a Carbon copy of today. Yesterday the temperature hit an even 90, falling Hort by at least a degree of giving us our fifth straight Day of 90-plus temperatures. The Outlook for the fourth promises Little change in a weather pattern that a neatly becoming a habit. Temperatures along the sea Shore will be about 10 degrees cooler during the Day. The Low night temperatures both Here and at the Shore will he in the upper 60s. A year ago today he High temperature was 91 and the Low 52. Thursday marked the end of the second driest june on record and the warmest june since 1957, according to statistics from the Trenton weather Bureau. Only 63 one hundredths of an continued on Page 3, col. I standing tribute commemorating the signing of the declaration of Independence a july 4, 1776 a is paid at the Harriman War memorial Farragut ave., Bristol by the Robert w. Bracken american legion Post 382 and Chester w. Merchon vow past 3542. Heralding the Observance is Ray Morton of the Bristol Bracken cadets. Also pictured Are from left John Krommes commander of the Bracken Post and Melvin Boyles commander of Merchon. The memorial was recently renovated and updated to include names of War dead after world War ii. Courier times photo by Ron Brown 3 red boats destroyed Saigon it up it . Navy planes intercepted and destroyed three North vietnamese torpedo boats speeding toward american ships in the International Waters of the Tonkin Gulf officials said today. They also disclosed that communist gunners shot Down four . Fighter bombers in Friday s raids against Oil dumps and Bridges around the heavily defended port of \ Haiphong. Only one of the four pilots was rescued. The other three were missing and feared dead the raids coming within 13 Miles of the City struck another severe blow at North Viet names vital Oil supplies but the Price was High. Downed were two air Force i 05 Thunder chiefs. An air Force Aik sky Raider and a Navy a4 skyhawk. A Navy spokesman said Carrier pilots knocked out All three communist patrol boats Ira a two hour Battle Friday after the gunships opened fire on them. Surface vessels took 18 communist Crew men prison infantrymen caught up with the Ner. A remnants of a Viet Cong regiment near the cambodian Border North of Saigon and engaged them in heavy fighting today. Up correspondent Leon Daniel reported from the scene that at least 52 of the enemy had been killed. One Navy plane was damaged in the fighting but managed to Limp safely Back to the 7th Fleet Carrier Constellation. Ground War. Us units of the 1st infantry division have been pursuing the guerrillas through rolling Jungles about 60 Miles North of Saigon for three Days and killed about .120 in a close quarters Battle thursday. Daniel said the communists turned and attacked Friday lower i per Southampton tips. Thousand to see l. Bucks parades by Rill Ignat courier times staff writer thousands of lower Bucks count tan will line Parade routes in lower and upper Southampton townships to behold marchers bands and floats in Good evening r w a a a a a a a a 6 6 0 come monday morning when we open our bleary eyes we will be 196 years free As a nation that is not quite yet As an individual. Yep it was 199 years ago when John it his Hancock on the famous document and someone went out and rang the Bell. And incidentally John Hancock was the Only one whose signature appeared on the declaration that fourth of july. The rest did t get around to signing until after August 1. Here s another thought. They weren t bearded Young beatniks hot on the adolescent revolution. Those 56 men who signed the declaration of Independence they were in Middle age Well to do some of them quite wealthy. They put their lies and their fortunes on the line with their signatures they knew. They were a Doughty Bunch of men those 56, two became presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Two went onto the supreme court James Wilson and Samuel Chase. Twelve were governors later. They had something to fight for and they were willing to fight regardless of the sacrifices that might be involved. How do we measure up today an old a fashioned girl is the one who stays Home when she has nothing to Wear. And the Way some people complain about government spending you d think it was their Money. Go to Church this weekend. And plan now to go next weekend by driving carefully. Celebration of Day on monday. Rounding out the Day Long Holiday activities will be a festive fireworks display in i Evit town. The Weatherman has promised sunny skies and 90-degree temperature making july fourth Ideal for parades haib Eques and swimming the first activity of the Day will kick off at 9 30 am in Southampton from Hampton ave., behind the Shelmire elementary school on Street Road Parade route the Parade will proceed East j on Hampton South on Rozel ave., North on Cushmore Road and West on Street read to the Shelmire school where a service will be held. The Parade will be led by j honorary mayor Leon f. Carlin sr., who will ride in an open convertible Wuh the three township supervisors. Chairman Edwin w. Oldroyd John dance Berger and George d. Kratz. Children in the baby Parade j division will assemble at 9 30 in the parking lot of the North East Federal savings and loan association at Street Road and second Street Pike Southampton. And join the main Parade at 10 . For the remaining Short distance to the school. Children Between the Ages of one through six Are eligible to participate. Cash awards will be made to participants in both the baby division and main group. Units to March in the Parade Independence include the american legion i Penn pack Post 800 of South Ampton Huntingdon Valley and its auxiliary area marching bands neighbouring fir companies antique and unusual vehicles girl scout and boy scout groups floats and twirling groups. The awards will be presented at Shelmire following the services which include a Salute to colors and Flag raising by members of Post 800 free ice Cream will be served Avo paper on july 4 the courier times will not be published monday july 4. Have a Happy Holiday a and watch your driving. Ill editions will he resumed tuesday to the children after the Parade at the school. Following the services. Ihen residents of that area will have just about enough time to Grille hamburgers and hot dogs and head for the bail Field at the youth Center in the Willow Penn Section of Southampton to wit-1 Ness the Southampton sports club annual All Star game with All stars from local leagues. Those who can t make the Early Parade in Southampton can see much the same thing in neighbouring lower southampton1 township s Parade in Feasler Ville which begins Ai 1 . Many of the units that Day will March in both parades. String Rand highlighting the 12th annual fourth of july Parade sponsored each year by the Feasterville injury Bidden John f. Kennedy jr., seen Here in a recent photo taken in Hawaii was reported to he suffering from first and second degree Burns after falling into a bed of hot coals at a hawaiian ranch yesterday. The Ken Nedy family has been plagued by injuries during their hawaiian trip. Caroline was forced to use crutches after she Cut her foot on some jagged Coral while swimming. Up telephoto i night but were hurled Back. One american unit tossed tear Gas grenades at the enemy i because their Supply of fragmentary grenades and Armuni a ten had dwindled. Second Tonkin Battle j the Navy action took place about 60 Miles Southeast of Haiphong the main communist a port. It was the first naval engagement in the Tonkin Gulf since August 1.964. When communist torpedo boats attacked the . Destroyer Maddox and president Johnson ordered retaliatory attacks on North vietnamese port facilities. A the enemy vessels were detected about 4 15 closing at High Speed on . Ships patrolling in International a Navy spokesman said. Quot Constellation aircraft were diverted and launched to the the announcement said the j three communist Craft began shooting and the american planes a responded in an Exchange of gunfire no 5 Ork Lily oks i Ihu Riih tax Albany. N y. Apr new York City residents and suburb Bates who work in the City were subject to new taxes on their income today to help mayor John v. Lindsay balance his record breaking 14 5 billion budget. The Republican mayors tax package was signed into Law late Friday night by gov. Rockefeller shortly after the measures won final legislative approval in the democratic ruled Assembly. Jolgui John suffers Burns at Camp out Honolulu up a John the painful incident following the to to the Airport Tor a an outdoor Camp out interrupt hurried flight Back to Honolulu de a relaxed Island vacation front the Island of Hawaii which mrs. Kennedy John and Quot then he stumbled and sat in Caroline. 9. Had been enjoying his natural reaction since june 5. Was to get out and he used his Kennedyjr. Rambunctious son of the late president nursed a hot scat and a burned today after spilling backwards into a hot bed of coals at a hawaiian ranch. Doctors described the first plane said he appeared passive and did not indicate he was in pain during the bight. Second Accident Optimist club is the appear and second degree Burns to a Nee of the South Philadelphia John. 5, As Quot mild Quot and said he string band 1966 Champion of did not need hospitalization and continued on Page 3, col. 21 would not need plastic surgery. no int Mumm mint . Xvi Heht 1 fall i it was the second Accident 1# _ for the family during the doctor Eldon Dykes prom a hand to push himself out. Even Ken Nedys vacation. Caroline ii seut plastic surgeon who though the Burns were painful her foot on a piece of treated John said he does t he took it like a trooper jagged Coral june 9 and was appear to be seriously Hurt. He several hours later when on crutches for several Days was burned on his Lowet right it Dykes treated John at the j while the five stitches taken and his backside but these ome of multimillionaire Indus j healed. Burns were Mili. A trial st Henry j. Kaiser. I flurried flight newsmen outside the Home. Could hear the Bov John was backing up with a tit Kathy Fine Ganto attend couture w Eek in new York. ,11,1 Ocram Nash s keeping bag. Pulling backwards a a. Dressed the along the ground. Said an employee of the Mauna Kea however Beach hotel who helped get called the1 As Burns. The or. Dyke lad Quot a mrs. Kennedy said in a As the Kennedy were winding crying j up a slav at Tjie private ranch of Octroi Hou get 0f Rockefeller. Who owns the Mauna Kea later Beach hotel Brave cub scouts in Battle on Flag ii Boston up a a cub i scout pack forced the Multi million Dollar Prudential Center i Here to haul Down its colors and then Fly them correctly. The scouts of pack no. 520 of nearby Woburn noted the stars and stripes was being flown Between the new England state flags and the City of Boston Flag instead of on the right hand flagpole As prescribed by j the cub scout manual. A Prudential spokesman said the Center still believes the original display was Correct but that the switch was made a rather than fight a team of cub miss Kathy Finegan courier times women a editor will leave tuesday for new York City to attend the 47th new York couture National press week. More than 20 of americans top designer manufacturers will present their fall and Winter collections at the Semi annual event which is open to a select group of newspapers who Send representatives at the invitation of the new York couture group. Series of articles miss Finegan will write a series of articles outlining new directions in fall fashions and describing the trend a setting styles of this country a most important designers miss Finegan who spent two weeks in Paris earlier this year attending the French designers Spring collections also covered the fall showings in new York last summer for the courier times. Showings will be presented by such Well known designers and firms As Ben Reig orig nala. Junior sophisticates Nat Kap Ian Harvey Berin. Hannah Troy Larry Aldrich. To Copeland Townley Davidow. And Monte Sano a Pruzan. Nearly All activities will take place at Manhattan exclusive hotel Pierre just off Central Park. The Days will begin with Earl Bird breakfasts and continue through late evening shows for guest editors and reporters. As part of the courier times expanded fashion coverage for women readers. Miss Finegan s stories also will include tips on the newest in practically All related fashion industries including hats shoes furs accessories fabrics jewelry and cosmetics. I Load toll starts Early j by United press International mrs. Kennels sad in a statement that John Johns John had been carried by his a injury would not Cut Short plans Mother on to the Airliner that for her hawaiian vacation took the family to Honolulu j which has been extended to last the stewardess aboard the until mid july. I today features i the nation celebrated the i first full Day today of the Long i i i weekend Over the fourth off i july its most festive Holiday. But As usual the traffic toll i i a a began to mount i a United press International i 5 $ a count at 6 . Kit showed at ii least 25 persons dead in traffic $ accidents. The breakdown a a traffic 25 1 drownings 1 i planes 8 it i miscellaneous 2 a total 36 i the National safety Council 1 t j estimated that Between 510 and 610 persons would die in traffic t i accidents in the 78-hour period 11 Between 6 . Local time today a Magazine Page features three stories you wont want to miss no. 1 this Quot ladies Day is different. No. 2. A new twist on a Nursery rhyme. No. 2 a new twist on a Nursery rhyme. No. 3 his career takes him places. You la find All of them on Page 22. Index amusements. 5 Magazine. Church. 10, 11 movies. Classified. 14.18 sports. 12, 13 comics. 19 a 21 in schedule. .1 editorials. 6 women s news. 8. 9 editorial features. 7 Jacob. 4 Dav classified i 3-1000 obituaries. 14 night classified w1-6-4606 i asian i ii Iii for Fri it to Wii it it Franr Nir Quot i it a Fri Lay and midm8ht monday

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