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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 9, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaC oni a Lilc to listing vol. 56, no. 225 Lucks Euit Ulii courier Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper weather mostly sunny today with a High around 90. Fair tonight Low in the upper Otis. Fair hot and More humid tomorrow with a High lit the Low 90s. A Ember a3c Bristol pa., saturday evening july 9, 1966 3� pages Price ten cents a basks settlement negotiators seek to and airline strike Washington up a negotiators today sought an agreement to end the nations a ingest airline strike which has grounded five major carriers and left thousands stranded and scrambling for other transportation. Prospects for Early settlement were dim. Gis act As bait the five airlines which Fly �0 i per cent of the nations i commercial flights and negotiators for the striking International association of machinists i Iam meet at 10 ., Edt with assistant labor Secretary James p. Reynolds. The main issues were Union demands for increased w Ages it and benefits for the Jam workers of United. Eastern. Trans world National and a Northwest airlines. President Johnson hopeful mounting Public pressure and intensive bargaining would Speed agreement called for set As soon As Possi settlement the five lines serve 2.11 . Cities and 21 others abroad. Scenes created by the strike were repeated Many times soldiers on leave stranded emergency visits Home stalled business trips cancelled Vaca Tion plans disrupted. The strike which began at 0 Edt Friday came on the weeks busiest travel Day. Normally the five lines would have carried Hore than 150.000 passengers. Despite efforts by regional carriers and other airlines not affected by the strike reservations for Long distance trips were practically impossible to obtain. Trunk line carriers such As american. Pan american and Braniff airlines were not touched by the strike. Their j contracts with the Iam were 2,000reds ambush 150 . Soldiers Saigon up a a Force of troops near the site of a similar Miles from an Loc that a 1st about 2 000 communist elite trap two weeks ago hat ended division unit ran into a troops today sprang an ambush in heavy losses for the communist ambush two weeks on about 150 . Soldiers in i Bushwa ekers. Ago and killed More than 200 of tanks and armoured a mu�,.gallon Force of hot vet Cong and Roul or hot carriers tit the Jungles about 00 reinforcements was a own in by a Miles North of Saigon. Helicopters As soon As the first maj. Gen. William de Puy but the ambush backfired., Contact was reported fighter j1st division commander had the american unit which an planes Ako Pirn Fri on the arranged a instant action Artil reds. Lory and Airpower support for further North about in us much a so Ualle Quot Miles from Saicon .10 Amero within minutes after the ran planes killed about 100 Viet j communist guns opened up on Cong troops locked in Batty Cythe armoured unit at 113c am. With a Musili battalion South 32 . Air Force and South vietnamese Force. Fighting was vietnamese planes zoomed in reported continuing a ome 10 Low out of the near midday Sun Miles Northeast of ban me with cannons blazing in the a. Officer said was acting like bait promptly called m waiting reinforcements. Fighting raged from just before noon until after night fall. A its a helluva fight,1 an army officer said. In the air War american bombers returned to the North Juo a Hgt Friday to deliver another blow against the communists War making machine hitting Oil depots within 31 Miles of Hanoi. One plane was shot Down by ground fire and its Pilet listed a missing. The communists sprang the ambush against the american Good even ins a old Man Sun just keeps turn ing it on. One Pilot reported m eing at the ambush took place in an t least 200 of the area that Long has been a communist Force in a Clearing pome Viet Cong stronghold. He snapped off his radio report Only this morning bc>2s and dived from Guam pounded the area _ five Miles a cot Ami to Miles a a Ltd in Quot North of the Seene o the Battle bombs mostly o an ant. Personnel to per Only �00 Yards a it was an ambush but i a from the american tanks and think they the communists armed Carrier. A got a Surprise a . Military. I my Sman said. Another m panes the attack against the communist i he said the armoured unit of a before the fight briefly died i the . Army 1st division had Down at 12 10 . But minutes gone out spoiling for a fight later fighting erupted again i and rumbled into the commit and was continuing As the Sun nist ambush a like putting out it i Over that dense Jungle and some bait. A Bamboo Thicket terrain i a this is a Fum Tion of armoured the poke Man said. Not involved All Legal Means including the Cooling off provisions of the National railway labor act that governs airline labor relations were used to try to Avert the strike. These tools plus prolonged mediation by Reynolds All failed to produce a proposal acceptable to the Union. Going into the bargaining session the first since talks i were broken off at mid after noon thursday negotiators for 15.401 Iam members and a airlines gave no sign they had 1 narrowed the wide Gap separating them on wage and Benefit 1 proposals. When asked about prospects j for an Early settlement Friday an Iam spokesman said a a better ask management. When William j. Curtin the continued on Page 3, col. I Oman sobs servicemen stranded by United press International mrs. Ann Cam 24. An army wife Back in this country Only one Day sobbed in near hysteria As she tried to find some Way to get from new Gjelhaug York to the bedside of her we her leukaemia stricken father in Southland by. Gov. At the Helm a while Pennsylvania a governor William Scranton takes the Helm at the beginning of the Jungle cruise at Disneyland yesterday mrs. Scranton seems to look approvingly on. The couple stayed on after the dose of the governors conference in order to see the Park. Up telephoto alternative Reserva on to take him and his Bride to Jamaica for a honeymoon after their wedding today. Nineteen. Year. Old Carolyn fresh from a visit Soldier Fiance at Canute air Force base wandered through Chicago so Hare International Airport As mrs. Cain tried to Call the .000 Miles from her Presque red Cross in new York her a set Maine Home and 12 in her two children Tommy. 3, a purse diabetic and Izz be 2. Pinched their infers in the Lodi no door Quot ,0 uncounted of the Booth mrs. Cain had left Arelers across the nation on her husband Jack in an air Quot Rand Day of the strike of Force Hospital in Tripoli with machinists that grounded stomach ailment in order to up major airlines United visit her father Eastern trans world National and Northwest. In Iris Angeles one Marine wearing a leg Brace another thousands of conventioneers with shrapnel in his Chest and a i eluding sinners in san a third on emergency furlough a Nti Ico m w 0,to visit a dying sister were am National association among scores of servicemen or advancement of coloured Back from Viet Nam who pm pop a Angeles faced the possibility of a Long Way Home. Just were stranded by the wide airlines strike. Nation Iowa s Deputy Secretary of state Keith Schulz tried to get 20 still in i Nimni the american unit called in almost instant reinforcements j the communists hit from both sides As the american Only reasonable Way to keep Loose is to vacation yourself to the peaks of the poconos or better still the Highlands of to red column moved up a Norway where this time two secondary Toad Between he years ago we were tossing tink-1 prosperous mini an. Inn Whittu rubber Plantation and Highway Mommy u i2 Miles Southwest of the miss Pennsylvania to be chosen tonight ers at the Norse with cheer up. Only a title More than two months of summer to go. No cheering up Over this major airlines strike however still keeping five big commercial carriers a United. Eastern Twa. National and Northwest grounded wrecking travel plans if people daily and Imp riling if. S. Mail service and defense operations. Town of an xxx it was on Highway ii. Six manners to be sentenced by scoop Lewis courier times staff writer Philadelphia a Twenty guru. Including Jean Isabel Kirk. Mis Rucks county Are hoping to be crowned miss Pennsylvania tonight the state wide Beauty pageant a winds up its first appearance Here with 10 Semi Fina ints taking to the Convent pm Hall stage for Talent and evening gown Competition. Narrowed to five no sympathy for either the machinists Union or the plane operators who should a it a a a a or cons Irmi tied this one before it started Athens. A. Up a Federal judge William a. Bootle said he would sentence to violate the civil rights of negroes tra Elud Bristol township getting another Small Industry we see by the papers. Tag slam Washington educator the Field will be narrowed to five finalists who will be by Maria Beale two Kun tax Kim Semi. Fleich or. Mime America im1 before five judges make their Choice for miss Pennsylvania 1906 and the Keystone Standard Lemuel Penn. Bearer m the miss America a. The conviction of Howard Geant in Atlantic City in sep Sims. 43, and Cecil Myers 28., tember. Another credit for the Bucks was announced Friday night a Large throng is expected for county Industrial development a when a sealed vedic a tonight a finals begin tag at a corporation doing a pretty fair opened in a quiet our Trooda Pra. The finals will but tele Job of encouraging More jobs hour re Niimd on Kew to Channel Here with the help of the Pean acquitted of similar ii arg from it t0 Ujj m sir list do a lop a Esz Mem auth0rily <0urt teis on a u wore on Hood for the second read it and weep it won t he a of three right a rior Mances Lone until the Man of the family maximum Jie Nalty under an which saw Carol Anne Paist wife drying Hanse if in those l�70 civil rights Law is 10 years awful double breasted suits and imprisonment and $5.000 Fine decorating himself with those a is an j Myers previously silly wide and flamboyant neck a j been tried for murder to lies popular during the mid-40s. Georgia courts in connection with the july 11. 1004, Well that s the word from our my it hinder slaying of Penn on a Kathy Finegan from the new i North Georgia Highway. They York style showings. The male were acquitted persists in competing with i attracting attention to miss Lebanon Valley and Jeanne Ann Harding. Miss greater Harrisburg win preliminary awards us Banon Valley College won the Talent award last night with her vocal rendition of a the mad scene from Lucia lil Immerm has Brown hair Blue eyes and is five feet seven inches tall. Cost no object in san Francisco a businessman called am world airways told them he had to be in new York monday and booked passage from san Francisco to London to new York saying a Cost is no he paid $81,0, Compart d with $168.95 Cross country first class fare. Chive scholarships As will the rehearsal scheduled wednesday the Pentagon authorized use five Semi finalists and miss con and thursday. Military planes on a priority geniality All to be determined a in b385 provide transportation 7 it. A judging tonight finals will a a _ tonight k., in. A cd a it his. Or a re Cemen who Are on j leave prior to going to Southeast Asia or who Are returning from asian duty. Judging tonight a finals will be Lenora s. Slaughter exec miss Kirk 19 a year old Tive director of the miss Ameri miss Paist. Ii a student a Middletown township blonde Jea pageant Sinee 1942, j. Har who will enter Bucks county Rison Jones president of con Community College in septem-1 Tinetta Bank and Trust co. Of but a Sang a do 1 hear a Waltz i Philadelphia and Norristown 2 11 a i l 0 t a kin her Talent presentation last Dan Lounsbery television pro a 1 night. Durer of the Bell Telephone res a. _ ert Dot our once Joseph c. Gol 1 Fel Livell a l miss do a off1 11� publisher of the although she h any preliminary it marked the second straight Kirk was honors night operatic Talent has caught last nights performance and a the judges fancy. Thursday pm it ared Well rested after a Busy night gae Veronica Roth Well. _ _ miss Philadelphia won the Tal ent Competition by s i n King a Wando men vol from la to he me miss Harding is five feet five inches has Blue eyes arid Honey a blonde hair. She is a student at the York Academy of arts. In High spirits after miss America pageant and mrs. I y Thurmond Blaze hits Oil tanks 1 James of the miss America advisory Council and a i America finalist As mis Nessee in 1948 miss j ten drunk Driver can gel v lift receive scholarships miss Bucks a Jean Isabel Kirk in her evening gown on the a intention Hall runway last night. Courier times photo Tokyo up Bon vivant who finished their evenings too dilate drunk to drive Are being a rescued by a Tokyo firm that sends Over an experienced College trained Teet Taler to second Iii Ilidan saturday Perth Amboy. No. Up Ltd six Hundred 55-gallon Oil the new miss Pennsylvania. Drums popped like firecrackers to be crowned tonight will re Anil for storage chive a $1. M scholarship from Val w re destroyed Friday a Pepsi cola and a four year a sprawling waterfront Oil tank a navigate the family ear Home gubernatorial scholar ship. Farm erupted to flames. The fee is two Bucks for the among other awards. First four Miles and fifty cents five persons were injured., my Therea , while balls of fire shot into the it och Emic als41 and solvents l tr<l1"iri 1 fflwl11l11inr Quot to Quot or a. A i r 11 1 w now i Omiwa a womb a the four runner will re Danley. A up Louis member j Brooks. 27. New Castle Del., Page am arks a or . Army helicopter trainee were killed Friday when they crashed on a training flight in Coffee county. Officials at fort Rucker withheld the name of the other victim pending notification of next of kin. Brooks a warrant officer can Hedu led to be graduated from flight training july 19 is survived by his widow. Mrs. Lean Lynch Brooks and a daughter. Crystal Lynn 2. Of Rosehill gardens. New Castle Deland his parents of Wil Stinglen Del. Lady in hims Way Sims. Myers and George i 34. Were tried in himself but in t thai a it Jeraj court last week on the conspiracy charges but the jury verdict returned at 2 55 Edt last saturday was sealed until the conclusion of the second trial. The first jury which convicted Sims and Myers deliberated around seven hours. President gets Good train As the other of the Bride Phil Rodgers did it a much belter Way yesterday in coming from behind to Lead the British open by two shots with Doug Sanders Only three behind and Arnold Palmer four. This Man Palmer still the fellow to watch. The jury Friday night deliver ated More than six hours sure you la he driving during a before acquitting James Lack-1 the weekend. But take it , 30. Herbert guest 39, and win you j Denver Willis Phillips 26 go to Church tomorrow 1 i Denver w ill is Turah was found a the first jury. Innocent by 1 san Antonio Tex. Up a president Johnson nearing the end of a Long Holiday at his Johnson City ranch is getting in some Good training As the father of the Bride. Today he presides at the birthday of his future son in Law. Patrick Nugent. This was the second birthday saturday in a Row at the lbs ranch. Last saturday marked the 19th birthday of Luck and this was paths 23rd. They will i lie married in Washington aug. 6 Luck and have been Here with the president and his wife. Lady Bird since june 30, the White House entourage was expected to return to Washington Over the weekend in any event the president wants to be Back at the White House monday when Congress reconvenes after its Long fourth of july recess there were no announced c continued on Page 3, col. 1 from the Drums spread across a narrow Channel dividing new Jersey and new Yorkus Staten is and Tiv three hour Blaze that tracked the massive Hess Oil l co., Complex in Perth. Amboy i threatened two adjoining Oihi companies As Well As a giant f tank Field on the Staten Island f Aid a of the . Yard wide Arthur kill. A five mile stretch of this Channel w As closed to sea traffic shutting the secondary Entrance of new York Harbor. Firemen converged on the conflagration from sea and land a on both sides of the nation s 11 busiest Harbor. They choked off advancing flames in underbrush before they reached the vast so Cony Mobil Oil co. Installation across the Channel in a Staten Island. Today s features two Page. Features highlight today a Magazine a the first lower Bucks is about a special school in a the second is about something old. Take a look on Page 22. I Index amusements. $ Church. 19. U classified 14 a 1� comics. 29, �1 editorials. To editorial features. 7 obituaries. It Magazine. 22 movies. 2 pictures. 4 sports. 12, 13 to schedule. 19 w menus news. 8, 9 Dav classified we 3-1000 night classified w14-4600 1 to

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