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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 7, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaGet $800, rings at Southampton home2 gunmen terrorize Mother daughter by Bill Gignac courier times staff writer two gunmen wearing sunglasses bound the hands and feet of a Southampton Mother and her four year old daughter yesterday afternoon and stole $800 in rash and two Diamond rings. The men terrorized and threat end them for 40 minutes be fore fleeing with the Money and jewels. Upper Southampton township police said both men forced their Way into the Home of mrs. George Vulgas of 1088 Spring View drive at about 2 30 . Brandishing pistols. Her husband was at work. They tied the hands and feet of mrs. Vulgas and her daughter. Christine with stockings but did not gag them. Not harmed police said the Mother and daughter wre not harmed in any was. At one Point the Mother got her hands free and attempted to throw an empty milk bottle through the Kitchen window to attract attention. Ransack rooms the gunman who remained with the bound victims in the Kitchen grabbed the quart bottle and it crashed to the floor. The mothers hands were again tied by the gunman. Meanwhile the other Man was ransacking the bedrooms upstairs where the family kept the Money and jewelry. Mrs. Illgas could not estimate the value of the stolen Diamond wedding ring and a solitaire Diamond ring the Mother and daughter were Home alone at the time of the robbery which is the first of its kind in Southampton. To ice chief Charles Gray said. The father was at work in Philadelphia at the time of the robbery. The Illgas also have two sons. One is stationed at an air Force base in Mississippi and the other was also at work yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Illgas told police she thought she heard the door Bell ring. She went to answer it when the men were already entering her Home in the gravel Hill Section of Southampton. When she told the men she would speak to them outside one Man pushed her saying. Continued on Page 33, col. 6 for news of Southampton t Bovoso Feasterville see Page 26 mucks a Mottu courier weather fair and warm today with decreasing humidity. Fair pleasant tonight. Sunny warm Low humidity tomorrow. Delaware Valley s greatest Home vol. 56, no. 223 member Bristol pa., thursday evening july 7, 1966 42 pages Price ten cents new. Bijj handle signals Bridge i nit to 1 a for approach w Ork captives March hearts bowed. A st Tim it . Pilots March through the streets of Hanoi yester Day photo and Basic caption material from an official communist source. Tass photo via up a scoop Lewis courier time staff writer the Burlington county Bridge commission will a pick up the a of a bbl he Job of Bbridge. The commission at its meeting yesterday approved installation of the traffic signals at a Cost of $20,591 28. Contract awarded the commission also awarded an $8.250 contract to the . J Jones engineering firm off mount Holly to prepare plans for the Jug handle at the inter j Section of route 13 and 413. The exact location of the Jug handle designed to facilitate traffic making left hand turns j i on to route 13. Has not been determined. Sidney w. Bookbinder Bridge commission solicitor today said its hoped the Jug handle will be i located on the bus Colwood Golf Moscow Upo a captured Force Cap Murphy Neil Jone Vna the crowds shouted a death Hanch Corner of the intersect american airmen were paraded of Baton Rouge la., and it. To the american air pirates a ll0n in Handcuffs through Hanoi yes col Robert Shumaker of new. Original plans Ter Day past crowds that scream Wilmington. A. if .1�o a trouble is that unless you re for Tkel a the soviet. Marched through the cil it to be originally. Bookbinder sex submerged in a Pool or Riding n is agent v Tass reported to jowl a d,m.e� Quot my a roil a to rather than being planned the Jug handle had the Ocean Breakers there s just a. June n Rad a it Side Hanoi taken in trucks because it was been planned on the bus Colwood no was to lick Mem. A _ Shumaker was captured feb a Tass described the fliers As 11, 1965. One of our agrarian friends j afraid an according to the communist tells us this is All Good for the r identified two of them air North vietnamese news Agency Corn. Well if it Means Bucko county roasting ears Wilt lie coming along faster and bigger no complaints. A us it Good evening r captive i a. Flyers paraded in Hanoi As crowds scream heat humidity Tough partnership. A a willed Tion by the new York >1ets also rights Tough. A witness he they re manhandling the phils. At that. Mauch s men rather kicked one away with some pretty Loose Hall playing. Meantime those Pittsburgh pirates just continue winning and maybe time to get on their Pennant bandwagon. Stale Beauty pageant starts at the Bellevue a Stratford with the Winner to be selected at saturday nights finale. Well sir if the people who Are judging this thing Are As Wise As we think they should be our own miss Bucks county a Jean Kirk that is a will tie at Atlantic City As miss Pennsylvania in september. Acting Secretary of state George Ball says Hanoi is growing War weary according to and Xic a coming out of North Vietnam and he supports the Point made by president Johnson that the ads Are Starling to realize they can twin the War. I a. Jets smash biggest Oil depot Hanoi Popula a Corner later it was decided to erect the Jug handle on the other Wae of anger j Corner of the intersection w Here Bristol township is installing its a a wave of Public anger and truck Scales hatred swept Hanoi it said. I a nah the City residents went out Bristol township manager j at 7 30 . <7 3� a m. Edtl Ronald Wei today said that a to watch a procession of Cap a study revealed there fee not live american pilots who have enough room on the latter Cor been sowing death and Destruel a for the Jug handle. Necessia Tion on vietnamese soil for my i to tic the reversion Back to the most two Bristolwood Corner. The Bridge commission plans Saigon <up1> �?. Navy bombers returned to North Viet names biggest Oil depot just two Miles outside the port of Haiphong today and smashed what was left of t. One a4 skyhawk was shot Down by ground fire but the Pilot was rescued spokesmen said. Two othe planes one a two Man bomber were downed by ground fire wednesday in other action and All three men were missing officials disclosed. Report giant fireball the raids on the Oil installation along the South Bank of the Cua Cam River was a return engagement for the facility first smashed in the attacks june 29 that also hit the outskirts of nearby Hanoi. It did not say How Many air i men were in the procession. Smok. Boiled four Miles into i Din Fitche to Tokyo yesterday the air Over the does the area same several score. And pilots reported a Gigantic the airmen wore prison Over fireball set off by a secondary j All with numbers of their explosion. Backs. North vietnamese sold the United Stales stepped up a is with Bayonet tipped rifles its air strikes�?310 in ,2 h�4ed them to a healer. Record setting a Aysk As the a they went in twos with their military pressed Home pres Heads Down a Tass said. A they ident Johnson a vow to punish were band cuffed to each other. To consult with Bristol Borough officials regarding permission j to erect the Jug handle on its portion of the intersection. Under an agreement of i a s t continued on Page 33, col. 1, Cool Barrier a these chunks of ice were a Cooling sight to homeward bound motorists yesterday As they had to wait in the line of traffic coming off the Burlington Bristol Bridge. The ice Wasny to a present from the Bridge commission. About 1,000 pounds fell off a truck at route 413 and state Road Bristol township at 3 . The truck kept going. Courier times photo by Ron Brown North Viet Nam until it is ready to talk peace. The awesome display of air might coincided with apparent new diplomatic efforts to Start a Viet Nam peace offensive. British prime minister Harold Wilson in 1-Ondon disclosed he would go to Moscow As Well As Washington this month for talks. Undersecretary of state continued Oil Page 33. Col. 3 expression of fear a the expression on their faces was that of fear and confusion. Shumaker a walked dejectedly through the Hanoi Street. There was nothing left of his confident and haughty manner of the press conference at which he appeared after his capture a Shumaker refund to a plead guilty at the conference to continued on Page 33. Col. 5 50 fight $15,000 Northampton Maze an leaves for Shore mouse bums a four alarm fire in North a new roads locked up his Home the family were lost in the fire j they extinguished As much of Auinton township last night and headed for a Shore resort Wendig said his firemen at the barn fire As they could and caused an estimated $15,�00 in oin k us e an be 1 1 the time the alarm sounded called the Ling Hocken fire damages to a Home of a Vaca were burning the remnants of company to finish the Job while ,. Bucks county fire marshal an old barn on Sackett Ford Tiong family. Bucks county fire Fred Hobbs who was at the Road Ivyland nine fire trucks with 50 men scene of the fire this morning responded to the alarm at 8 43 said the cause of the Blaze has after not vet been determined. He is 1 continued on Page 33, col. 3 Only 45 minutes Francis Rossetti of hat Boro and a continuing the investigation i meantime a record 106 american bombing missions in one Day must be persuading commies again that the re very big trouble. The in resist French designs . Women refuse hike Hemline lower Bucks Hospital reports that no less than 33.8� emergency cases were handled during the past year. That a some 65 a Day and rather hard to believe. Okay we be been saying it since the Hospital opened in the fall of 1954 and Well sat n again its truly a great Community institution with this whole Region i which blessed this year spend it or Aca Tion somewhere a cir a la a budget. R by Kathy Finegan women news editor new York a this time the French Couturier have met their match. The american woman is winning the Battle of the Hemline. She a apparently stamped her foot and turned a shoulder As cold As de Gaulle a to the foreign dictators of fashion and Shell keep her skirt exactly where she wants it a right at the break of the knee. A skirts Are Short a but no Shorter a fairly screamed five of the nation s top designer manufacturers who yesterday showed their collections during the first full Day of National press week. Several of the designers even apologized rather sheepishly when a skirt Rose to two inches above a Model s knee explaining that it Wasny to made expressly for that specific mannequin. This was a far cry from the Spring collection in Paris where skirts Rose to four and five inches above the knee. Coco Chanel was the Only French designer who kept her skirts at knee level in the Spring and fashion experts grumbled and called her a old fashioned and a a Doughty Bow to women and it also was a far cry from new Yorkus fall collection continued on Page 33, col. I with the help of chief William Wendy a of the Northampton township Volunteer fire com Pany. Onia cled at Shore Rossetti was contacted at the Shore last night by his brother. Police chief John Rossetti of Warrington township who was also at the scene of the fire last night. The fire at the one a Story j ranch Type Home was Extin j Guise cd within 15 minutes but i the Volunteer firemen remained at the Home until after u . Burning barn chief Wendig said fire was confined to the living room but i smoke and water damage ruined i an inside look the doctors said lie would t live. Page 13. Too it was Safe to play in this Street. Page 21. A a a who won All the High school sports crowns Page 30. Index a m use me its. Classified. Coi word. Comics. Editorials. Editorial features investor. Jacoby. Obituaries. 21 my Les. .28 33 39 spurts. 29 3225 stocks. 23. 10, 41 to review. 286 to schedule. .41 7 it women a news. 18, 19 .27 Day classified w 3-100016 night classified w14-1600 j most of the Home. 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