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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 8 vol. 56, no. 226 Luck vhf Camtu ctr try a Ember a3c Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper weather partly Cloudy. Hot and humid today tonight and tomorrow. Scattered afternoon or evening thundershowers or showers both Days. Bristol pa., monday evening july 11, 1966 30 pages Price ten cents As criminals report says Hanoi to try 60 pilots London Ltd a the Yugoslavia news Agency tan Jug quoted reports from Hanoi today As saying that about to captured . Airmen a will he tried As criminals Quot by a special court. The tan Jug dispatch dated prom penh Cambodia said a reports from Hanoi say that the government of the democratic Republic of North Viet Nam will form a Peoples court before which captured american pilots from planes shot Down Over North vietnamese a territory will be the Agency said the Hanoi regime a does not consider these . Citizens As prisoners of War for it has not declared War on the .a.�?T the captive pilots tan Jug bombings of the democratic tan Jug said that about �0 through the Stine of Hanoi in Republic of Viet . Airmen Are being held by Handcuffs during mass Demon the . Launched its first air the North vietnamese comm stations of support for the to Mese citizens who died from attacks against North Viet Nam lists. The beginning of american in february 1965. I they recently were paraded said a will be tried As criminals responsible for the deaths of a Large number of North Vietnam Chi Mich regime. Dispatches said the crowds screamed for in Ipen iter i \ Iet Bristol-to-morrisv1lle tracks Steinsieck fires Treyve Orl Illg Inow barbs at red poet j 0 the blood of the a Johnson sky dispatches by other communist news agencies from Hanoi said variously that a several score Quot and a several dozen Quot prisoners were paraded. Radio Hanoi on Friday broadcast demands by three women that the airmen be executed As War criminals. Garden City n y. Up a Nobel prize winning american novelist John Steinbeck today told soviet poet Yevgeny winning writer asked Harry f. Guggenheim new Day s editor and publisher to make his copyrighted reply simultaneous Yevtushenko that a the guns by available to All ass Media would fall silent and our dear in so doing Guggenheim sons could come Home Quot if noted that Steinbeck a 20-year-Russia could persuade North 0jd son. John Catbird Stein Viet Nam to agree in Good Faith Becks currently a . Soldier to negotiate. A Viet Nam. In a poem published july 7 in Steinbeck s open letter read a Mccow literary n you know Yevtushenko had chided Stein ,. Beck among others for remain a 10w driest All War but for ing silent on the Viet Nam War j this one 1 have a particular and and urged him to protest the personal hatred 1 am against bombing raids on North Viet Nam and Hanoi. Don t know a single american i w to is for it. But on or of the future by John Cooney courier time staff writer Long strips instead of the Short placed 39-foot lengths Quot he said. Between every 1,440-1901 track they re working on the rail the Railroad workers place a l0a<i regular 39-foot track. These an but Why Between the longer a the continuous lengths to allow for toe contrae-1 tracks provide for Tion and expansion in the steel j smoother ride because due tons planes hit three More Oil depots Saigon up -. Air Force and Navy planes struck three More Oil depots during 89 missions Over communist a North Viet Nam . Military welded Muldoon a representative of the spokesmen reported today. Much Pennsylvania Railroad said. J communist gunners brought of the the Large number of workers and equipment Busy on the stretch of the Pennsylvania Railroad Between Bristol and Morrisville and right now near Levitt o in station has drawn this chinese inspired War. 1 much comment and questions. The 39 foot tracks Are called i Down one american plane an to changing weather Condi i greater intervals Between track anch0r rails the greater Spac air Force f4 phantom but its s. A joints or Cecil info left of font tracks to inc l0jtwo-Man Crew was quickly rescued. An a4 skyhawk from the Carrier Constellation open letter Steinbeck replied to soviet poet in an open published in new Day m which he has been writing a nationally syndicated weekly column. The answer to the question us Why Are they working has been the asked me to denounce half a answer a a by Cecil Muldoon of letter j War our half. I Appeal to you Morrisville. The Public relations to join me in denouncing the director for the Railroad whole War. For the pulitzer and Nobel prize Good 1 evening a surely you Don t believe that our pilots Fly to bomb children a that we Send bombs and heavy equipment against innocent civilians this is not a i East Berlin in 1953, Budapest in j 1956. Nor Tibet in 1959 a you know As Well is 1 do Genya. That we Are bombing Oil i j storage transport and the a heavy and sophisticate d Wea Pon they carry to kill our sons. J and where that Oil and those i weapons come from you another Day another week j probably know better than i. And Here we Are a driving up to mid july High Speed service a a what you see taking place Between Bristol and Morrisville is the installation of tracks for the High Speed Railroad of the future a Muldoon said. He was referring to the Washington to new York High Speed line which is expected to be in operation by 1969 the 10-mile stretch of track Between Bristol and Morrisville is the Section which is being placed right now the next step Wilt be connecting Bristol and Holm Esburg station in Philadel a i Hope you also know that Iff phia the Section of track he those weapons were not being j tween Newark and Trenton has Good old summertime still a a we Wou n0 in a Iet a ready been Laid. Making like summer with Mercury in the 90s and Likely to slay there for a few More Days. Nam at All. The next question asked is �?o1 beg you to use your very a rent Are the strange looking considerable influence on your pm a a a a of equipment being used there Are moments when we people your government and to Lay the track think a bit of Good old Winter a in those who look to the soviet Union for assistance to Stop sending the murderous merch time would be real refreshing. Drought becoming More serious i the Day and Farmer becoming alarmed. A the equipment used for laying the track had to be special Anise through North Viet Nam la designed several years ago this one approaching the record breaker of 1957. Lack of water and an Over abundance Oil heat Licking the Flowers and the lawns. Defense Secretary Mcnamara announce his Economy pro Gram has saved the country 14.5 billion in the past year de to be used against the South the meal s still on when we began using continuous welded track Quot he said. Continuous track a Prevo Uii the Railroad used 39-foot track. Because of the Short Ness of the tracks used the connections of the track were \ every 39 feet. The process we have developed now enables us to use 1.440-foot Long sections of continuous welded track a mul 1114-11 Speed line a workmen for the Pennsylvania Railroad Are Laving 1440-foot lengths of continuous welded the beats still on. The turned heat wave which j Doon said spite Viet Nam War demands has gripped Bucks county since a the machinery you see was and that his Cost reduction a summer s debut on june 21, is j designed so that we would be proach Over the past five years showing no signs of abating. J Able to place the track in those Sav bks temperatures in the mid and i14.3s Billies a upper 90s, accompanied by High a or i it i an i i. Humidity were forecast for to / Els negroes id resolve differences All Well and Good and As Long j., arks tomorrow. And there a. As Economy does t Adverse n0 so ten of ram re of by affect our military capabilities lets keep it roiling. And die thermometer reached a let s also Hope or. Mcnamara s High of 90 degree s yesterday glowing report does no to mean of a marking the 14th Day tempera you argement to in adm Nistra a lures have hit 90 or higher since Tion to step up its extravagant summer s arrival. Quot great society spending. \ the Delaware River dropped j slightly Over the weekend with ing of 39 foot tracks joined to get her one after another eliminates the familiar Clickett Clack of regular train rides. The test track for the project lies Between Trenton and new Brunswick. This summer the Railroad will run four test cars along that stretch to find out How Well the operation is going. Testing along the 21 mile stretch Between new Brunswick and Trenton will be to evaluate the efficiency of the acceleration braking and Riding characteristics of the new cars being developed for the High Speed line. This stretch of track was chosen because it lies in a straight level location. Tracks Are numbered track near Levittown station for the new York Washington High Speed line. Courier times photo King Calls for a a coalition of conscience was missing and presumed Down. Two land based skyhawk Sank an armed communist motor vessel with Zuni rockets and 20 millimetre Cannon shells As the boat raced toward the two airmen eight Miles off the coast. An air Force Albatross Rescue plane picked up the downed pilots within 20 minutes after they parachuted into the sea. The United states lost four helicopters in the South and four . Servicemen were killed in one of the crashes. American infantrymen who killed 238 communist troops in the track now being Laid is a running Battle 60 Miles North track 3. This 1 the inside track a of Saigon during the weekend which goes from Bristol to mor j had difficulty today finding Rosville the tracks Are number members of the Viet Cong de 1, 2, 3 and 4. The tracks go a Force which fled into Jungle ing from Morrisville to Bristol a near the cambodian Border Are 1 and 2 with 1 being t h e under heavy pounding nearest the stations and 2 being j Petroleum storage areas the inside . A pounded sunday by the Navy a besides the continuous Weld and air Force bombers were de rail which the Railroad has a continued on fast 2, col. I been using for about six years we Are also replacing Railroad ties where needed. Muldoon said. A tracks 2 and 3 will be continuously welded rail when a we Are finished with the project 1 a previously we used this Type rail on tracks 1 and 4. But this was not in anticipation of the High Speed line. It was merely because the continuous welded a other round of negotiations to rail gives a smoother ride to end the nation s severest airline Type Tram. A strike resumed today with a top a in a Union spokesman charging that a the track being Laid in this in Star a. ,-,, 125 in in lha a pc of bringing on of about a half mile a Day said t. A a. White House intervention. Muldoon. A this is the Pace we Are trying to set j before entering today a ses ,.u. Sion Joseph w. Ramsey 190 allies an i representative of the internal the new line Between n e w tonal association of machinists York and Washington will trav Jam told newsmen Quot the a Over 100 Miles an hour said Public should know that there Muldoon. It is expected that the Hasni to been five minutes of real continued on Page 2, c�1 5 j negotiating since this strike Quot started. These carriers Are standing protecting their profits waiting for the pre a ident or Congress to help them airlines hold talks Washington up an a very costly strike its prov-1 today a level at 7 92 feet and the de with Secretary of labor now at 2,560 cubic feet per Sec off Fri to take a hand in the in mid. Before Day is done. A Chicago up or. Marlin Laither King called upon the nation s negroes sunday to resolve their differences in a Quot coalition of conscience Quot and join forces in a nonviolent army that no political machine Quot tied in a single garment prize Winner. King led about 5.000 persons could defeat. King a Nobel spurned the Call for Black on a two mile March to City separatism As unrealistic and Hall where like his reformation said negroes and White were namesake he posted on the a very costly Trike its prov a. I a 11 i ing to be a to the machinists in olo ratio 4 ,0141 in lilt la Ion to the five grounded air a. Lines to the travelling Public a done to look now but it won t be Long a the football season that is. You see where the eagles started their fall training at ller Shey today Organ music muffled murder and with the All Star game at st. Louis tomorrow it wont be Long until we know a following the break whether the Phillies will continue floundering or make a race of it. Done to put off until tomorrow what you can do today a if you like it you can always do it again tomorrow. Salesman screed no customer can be worse than no customer. Boulder Colo. Up a the music practice room atop the cast Elike Tower of thie University of Colorado a mar Kay auditorium is a spooky place even for a murder. It is littered and Dingy three flights up a Creaky staircase which spirals inside the buildings romanesque towers of Ivy covered red Sandstone. Faint Light filters through its yellow stained Glass windows. In this crime fiction setting Beautiful and talented Elaura Jeanne Jaquette vainly fought for her life. Organ music reverberating eerily through the building probably muffled her death screams. Miss Jaquette a body Clad Only in a brassiere was found saturday in the Organ practice room. She apparently was sexually assaulted and slain after a terrific struggle. Few clues her attacker who police say must Bear Marks from the scuffle escaped. Detectives say they have few clues and no suspects. The killing was at least the fourth in a series of violent slayings in the last 18 years at the Colorado Campus set in the ruggedly pastoral Foothills of the Rocky mountains. The 20-year-old coed described As Quot tall tan Young and Lovely a was found sprawled under an Organ in the Tower cubicle. Her jaw was broken and her Skull fractured. She appeared to have been raped but Coroner George Bowe said results of an autopsy were inconclusive. Police chief Myron Teegar Den said sunday officers had questioned a seven people and quite a few friends including one or two boy friends. But i continued on Page 2, col. 8 of i door i list of 14 demands to make Chicago an a open the action was symbolic of a Martin Luther who tacked his �?o95 theses Quot on the door of the Castle Church in wittenberg.1 Germany in 1517. It was Luther a first Public act in his i crusade for reformation of the a Catholic Church. Two dozen people passed out a from the 9k-degree heat. Some 100.000 persons had been expected to attend the rally that King later said was a a tremendous the rally marked an apparent detente Between King and one of the civil rights movements chief proponents of a Black Power Quot on the Issue of a violence. Floyd Mckissick president of the Congress of racial Equality co redrew an ovation when he told the a crowd there was no disagree ment Between Core and King on that Point. A Black Power contrary to a what it has been misrepresent cd to mean does not advocate Ramsey William Curtin chief airline negotiator and Federal mediators were pessimistic about an Early end to violence a Mckissick said. A it a the costly strike which began advocates political and econom Friday. In Power. It is not a slogan. It a weekend of separate is a movement which seeks to meetings ended sunday night change conditions from which a with a report of a no Progress Quot riots a continued on Page 2, col. 5 votive l ogs mean it done to Ever pull a gun on a police dog. The chances Are that you la be disarmed before you can shoot it. And if not if by some Freak you do wound the dog you wont live to Tell about it Page 7. Index amusements. 20 classified. 22-27 comics. 28-29 editorials. 6 editorial feature7 obituaries. 22 Jacoby. 30 movies. 20 rails. Sports. Stocks. To review. To schedule women a new 18 14-16 4 20 29 10-11 Dav classified it 3-1000 night classified wl-6-4600

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