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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 5, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of so ii Ali Imp of ii Trevose Feasterville see Page 4 vol. 56, no. 222 tapas a a Mourar weather mostly sunny today. Fair cooler tonight. Mostly fair tomorrow. Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper member Abc Bristol pa., tuesday evening july 5, 1966 32 pages Price ten cents be located on route 13twp. To get Industrial firm Motel the Champion and his family by scoop Lewis courier times staff writer a 100-unit Holiday inn Motel and a plaster Wall Board manufacturing Plant Are coming to Bristol township. Announcement of the two new industries will be made thursday by the Bristol township Industrial development Council and Bristol township Board of commissioners at a luncheon at the Bristol motor inn. Route 13 and Green Lane. Both the Holiday inn and the Standard dry Wall products inc., Plant will be located on route 13. Between the Pennsylvania Turnpike Bridge and Beaver dam Road. The Holiday inn. With at least 100 rooms and an olympic sized swimming Pool will be built on the Levittown Side of route 13, near the Delaware canal. The dry Wall Plant expected to offer employment for about 100 persons will be erected on the other Side of route 13, adjacent to the Gulf Oil co. Warehouse. The Holiday inn will be another in the expanding family of the largest Motel Chain in the world. Holiday inns have Over t�00 inns in the United states Canada Caribbean Hawaii and Alaska. The route 13 Holiday inn also will feature a secluded cocktail lounge gourmet restaurant banquet facilities for 500 per continued on Page 9, col. 31 in other words it was hot heat buckles roads fells 75 at parades Matthew Nutler Fin rarer 1, 1966 of by Derby Champion is congratulated by his parents. Or. And mrs George f. Grolier and his Brothers George or. Left Henry and twin sister mar Leen. I courier times photos by Alex Zidro k it 1 Good whew the weekend that was highways toppled a number of persons who suffered heat prostration and. In general sent lower Bucks county residents in search of Relief Over the weekend. Those who remained Home Over the three Day fourth of july Holiday found themselves keeping company with 18-degree or better temperatures every Day. A very Brief widely scattered thundershowers accompanied by High winds yesterday of it Moon did Little to relieve the sweltering. Hottest spell it has been the hottest summer spell in 30 years with 12 9 of the past 14 Days recording temperatures of 96 or better. The High of 98 yesterday tied the record set on july 4. 194�. While sundays 102 Reading cracked the record of 95 set in 1955. The Reading was the highest recorded since july 10, 1130 j when the Mercury soared to i tracts in the 10th. Annual coast j 104 i my classic sponsored by the _ a a. �coun.r�,�,. And Rita in the a on saturday a i a month Ano. A eve in t or Root. Broke by one degree the Maik Rade student at Penn Wood Jun i ,. That stood since jul it 2. 1mi. 1 re Alrin i relatively Law sizzling temperatures buckled of the Holiday with Industrial about 75 persons most of the squad treated four per a the Parade in upper South plants closed. A them participants in the a sons in upper Southampton Dur j Ampton started at 9 . And he said use on sunday a As rades yesterday in upper South-1 in the morning Parade. In the the one in Feasterville began at about 15 per rent above that or Ampton and South amp j �flem00n a a a the pm and Lasut us Quot about june 26 when the temperature reached comparatively mild 83. Ton townships were treated for for heat exhaustion by the Trevose Heights Rescue squad which appeared in upper Ampton also marched in neighbouring lower Southampton in 98-degree heat. The Rescue squad had two continued on Page 9, col. 4 in Matt Trusler evening j soap Box lamp in scoop Lewis courier times staff writer spec Zeular backup while the crowd was held soap Down by the intense 102-degree the humidity was relatively Low during the Peak tempera and a july 4th weekend of weather you la be telling t h e grandchildren about. Three Days in High school lower make j running with Mercury boiling Field town hip. Sat latent 1 Over at 100 or better a the hot-1 watching movies of the a. On a Cort Bov dry it a a a a. In. A a Replete a a att i7. Ched 7"hig h to like scores of other Young w Ith thrill including a spec of 84 percent on saturday but of cart it Fri a it a it a it Are a us Cuvir backup which a toy dropped to j1 per cent in the a Quot Quot a pc old m of Parkland repair has. Afternoon. From a fam 2 Homi and told in father. Dad j per cent on sunday it dropped to All right temperature to Sta it 1 want to build a soap Box Rae wrecked car to take runner up percent and yesterday drop Howors to a rugs Ler in the class from 72 Early in the Day to \ Competition for Hoys 15-15 29 per cent in the afternoon a years of age j higher humid ties would have in the Day s final race. A rus added to the discomfort a Ler streaked 1o Victory by a car weather Bureau spokesman said length Over Alan Fischer of i Langhorne. The class r boys county soap Bov a a a it daytime temperatures should Many awards drop to the mid 80s today and the new lbs Champion now in the 85 to 90 degree Range to Jtj in the 86�?Ts today and the weath Jer. Take me to the clinic they re Erman hoping for More season holding at Reedman ,1 Kips the re. Of the a a i n a Alurdas a is for maybe be or a we coding a is bar Thea mar off period after inc first h Days Nelv four of a very very warm summer j Achl,.v.d ,.v ,0 j dream when he won the 19t�t� also maybe time for a hit of in it wer Buck reflection on another july 4th Derby weekend record breaker. The awful toll of Slaughter on the nations highways that is. \ the bespectacled son of or. And mrs. George f. Graster of. I 16 Rita Road. Tally of deaths nears 570 and its age steered in Brown. I Evit pm a. 2gth Aii a Menean soap hard to believe that this is the town Lions club sponsored car i Gox it Eri on us \ 0tilj Way America celebrates inde Down the 930 foot Woodbourne to .9q0 in College a <1 my 1 nb1 cling the a a a state Highway Crew places a Blacktop Patch in the Concrete Roadway of route 413 which buckled because of the heat sunday. The spot is located Between the Middle town township municipal building and Trenton Road and motorists have been urged by police to use caution at the spot courier times photo Relief if it can be called that is in sight however. One plane a of Ned has his sights set on Agron Ohio where he will compete even As this is written the 1h Rita Road. Wakefield vill ill a 25i other local champions Pendency Day. Hard also to believe this very greatly cherished Holiday Observance should hate been marred by so Many insidious demonstrations All oter uie country with the most ignoble of All being that anti Vietnam rally during july 4th ceremonies at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Road course five times to out class a record Field of 34 in continued on Page 9, col. 1 mazes three hours 3 injured i Litin 12-acre Field fire give a Large Salute to the i police in Quaker City. They lost lot of the crackpots and arresting 37 of them for violating the three firemen were injured the Tullytown 11 fire go. 1 and demonstration ground Rales. Yesterday while battling a Blaz Haefle is with land town Are a a Quot Ling 12-acre Field fire for nearly heat or no heat the annual three hours at new route 13 the fire started about 5 . Soap Box Derby was quite a an j ill Creek Road. And lasted until 8 police Success and congratulations to. Said. The police had to watch the new lower Burks it , Dum. T of ,01 Mam Spectator who l3.year.old Matthew a Rusler. Of a a Quot nre1<d, Lar a came to see the fire. Lower Wakefield. A Cul on the left hand ind Wasl a treated at the scene Robert twelve fire companies fought who knows Quot he just might Anthony 31. Of 211 Kenwood the fire in a Barley Field which How pm How to race at then pave i fvitlt0w was to aug a Al is own cd but &Quot,0m�?~ph tonal classic at Akron. Lower Bucks county Hospital. I for smoke inhalation. John Phillies collapsed twice before Quot ref e a of a a Lant a the mets last night after six Levetown was 1 11 a padm u 1 treated for smoke inhalation at a a a the. L la Tate Valley Hospital both them to win Amhe . We i Ead a us pm it a. Best time to tackle a Small problem is before he grows up. 4 4 Merit. Dunn and Anthony Are with twelve Homes in Mill Creek Manor adjoining the Field were endangered but saved. Firemen were hindered by a Strong w ind and the distance of the water Supply from the fire. No estimates of damages has been made yet. Fire marshal Frederick k. Hibbs said. A borrow. Cooler air Drifting in from Canada brought the lower temperatures. No rain of any significance is in the Prospect. Swimming pools Aire ondi on were and anything with ice cubes were Labonte heat Breakers. Public pools did a land of ice business Over the weekend while backyard pools and those at apartments in lower Bucks also helped keep body temperatures and tempers close to Normal. More electricity the Philadelphia electric co. Reported use of electricity was up because of the heat. A spokesman said it is difficult to compare Power use because summer really arrived june 21�?9 1 june 22 a 84 Jone 23 a 91 june 24 a 13 june 25 a 91 june 26 a 83 june 27 a 97 june 28 a 91 june 29 a 91 june 36 a 92 july 1 a 90 july 2 a 99 july 3 a 102 july 4 a 112 july 5�?82 2 Navy jews attack red boats in Gulf Saigon up two Navy jets attacked North vietnamese torpedo boats m the Tonkin Gulf today and one Jet was downed. A Navy spokesman said the encounter took place in International Waters before Dawn today about 38 Miles East Southeast of the North vietnamese port of Haiphong. Two a4 sky Hawks from the Carrier Constellation w e r e scrambled after patrol boats j spotted two wakes in the water. 1 the planes dropped a flare j received fire from the co mum nist ships and moved to the attack. Officials said the sky Hawks fired their rockets and one plunged into the sea. Its Pilot was rescued about five hours later by helicopter. There was no immediate word whether the communist1 boats were damaged. In the same Waters last Friday a dozen Navy jets intercepted and Sank three North vietnamese torpedo boats As they moved to attack . 7th Fleet ships operating in the area. Both torpedo boat incidents occurred after . Warplanes bombed key Oil dumps on the outskirts of Hanoi and Haiphong formerly a Sanctuary from air attacks. American warplanes kept up the pounding monday flying 91 missions against the communist nation and hitting an underground Petroleum dump 19 Miles Southeast of Haiphong. In South Viet Nam . Marines supported by napalm dropping planes and heavy Artilles killed 78 communists no Ltd it in Atlantic City Atlantic City. . It apr during the Holiday weekend when a heat wave blistered Atlantic City with 100-plus temperatures. The resort ran out of ice. Hardest hit were the City a More than "200 bars and nightclubs a we had Many customers go away and i done to blame them a said an employee of the rendezvous bar and lounge. 1 mean did you Ever try to serve a Guy who wants a scotch on the rocks with no rocks a in a bitter fourth of july Battle that extended into the predawn hour today. The fight began w Hen a company sized Marine unit. Running a Clearing operation in Quahog Nam province 17 Miles Southwest of Danang ran into an entrenched Force of about 250 to 300 men. Ferguson Here s prize list god bless Mommy god Lens daddy god bless or. Clean. So Aid the three year old one night and it has set Many to wondering about to commercials a what they Are what they do to us and How they survive the blasts of criticism they bring Down. 1 i s Harry Ferguson dissects the subject in the first of a series on today a Page 7. Index amusements classified. Comics. Editorials. Jacoby movies obituaries r 94 f.8 a a soap Box Derby. 14 sports. 21. 23 24-29 stocks. 5, 30, 31 to review. 146 to schedule .3114 14 women a news 12, 13 i i a 11 10, 24h Day classified it 3-1000. 20 night classified w -6-4600 1 mum i

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