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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 4 Lucks Emmlu Emmr Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper weather fair hot and humid today tonight and tomorrow with afternoon or evening thundershowers tomorrow. Vol. 56, no. 227 member Abc Bristol pa., tuesday evening july 12, 1966 24 pages Price ten cents Mcna Malia no Early end to fighting War will require More men planes Washington up a de i there will be no Early end to sense Secretary Robert s. T the fighting. Mcnamara says the Viet Nami the Secretary also told a War will require More Ameri monday news conference that the Pentagon chief sum about $1 billion a month and cent cutback in the previously a no doubt this will continue to planned production rate for aircraft bombs rockets and other Aerial munitions starting can men and planes and despite . Military gains. The Cost of the . Military Money newsmen to Days. Effort in South Viet Nam is now among other things n 30 per1 Mcnamara would not speculate on How far the 280,090-Man . Force would be expanded or on How costs might Rise. The troop commitment is expected to reach 350.000 at year end. Added More Force but legality questioned Boro votes 9-7 to fire manager North Viet Nam still shows no signs of wanting to negotiate for peace Mcnamara said and reported recent bombings of Northern Oil supplies have not yet produced any visible effect i on the infiltration of men and supplies to the South. The Secretary a assessment of the . Future in Viet Nam appeared to add More Force to president Johnson a own news conference analysis of the situation a week ago. Johnson indicated the United states would commit More planes and men in a statement that also reflected what he believed was wide acceptance of the new bombing tactics. The results of a Louis Harris i Survey copyright by the Washington Post showed Mon j Day that 54 per cent of the a american Public support the Hanoi Haiphong raids sharply1 reversing Quot Public dissatisfaction Quot with Johnson War policy. Just before the bombing the Survey said support for Johnson s conduct of the War was at a 17-month Low of 42 per cent. The Public a rating of the president Rose 12 per cent in polls a week later. Mcnamara a answers to ques continued on Page 8, col. 7 by Ai Bowman courier time staff writer Bristol Borough will apparently soon have a new manager. In a Surprise mow. The Borough Council last night voted 17 to fire manager f Lank Patrizio or. It appears As if Patrizio will soon be dismissed but according to solicitor Edwin Popky. Said he believes last night s vote i does not constitute a definitive action Sime a majority of All j Good evening you probably know the Winner by now but As this is scribbled we can t see How the Lues of Sandy Koufax Juan Vanchal and Jim Bunn my ran lose for the National league. At that we could t see How Arnold Palmer could loss t h e British open but tie did. As one of our fairies Hills friends always out expecting us quickly pointed out. The members of Council did not vote in favor of the Coder. Popkin will present the Cotin a it with an official opinion on whether a majority of Council vote is necessary for action or whether a simple majority of members present will suffice there Are 18 members in Council. Richard h. Burke ab-1 stained and Arthur a Tzouhas was absent. Therefore Only 16 votes were registered and Only nine members favored dismissal. It is believed Patrizio dismissal is imminent regardless As Democrat Burke will probably vote in favor of Patrizio a dismissal if indeed burkes vote is necessary to engender the ouster. Thinking it iter Quot ill have to think it Over Quot Burke said when asked if he would vote yes. The motion to oust Patrizio made by Charles Sim and seconded by Thomas Corrigan both democrats left several members shocked and vehemently out spoken in their oops Dion to the move. Quot sudden and uncalled said Republican James Doug lass who said the Quot Shock Quot which he registered is minor to the Shock such a move will have on the Public. Party dictation Quot Leonard Accardi. A Republican said. Quot i still can to see what he a done Democrat Daniel Dimidio said Frank Patrizio or. Quot entirely unjustified Quot exclaimed gop Frank Scordia. A Frank s done a very capable before the meeting Patrizio j had gotten wind of the plan to dismiss him and in the Quot Mana a germs report Quot cited the list of accomplishments with which he was connected luring his four j years As manager. Gives report act Ardi said nun s accomplishments justified him for a salary increase rather than a dismissal. In Bis Patrizio said that the impartial attitude towards politics which he has assumed Quot will not win friends in the directing his bar of at the 1 democratic coalition which favored his dismissal Patrizio j said Quot they re trying to get rid Contini Ted on Page i col. A red missiles miss planes Saigon up -. Planes skirmishes with communist supersonic Mig 21s Over North Viet Nam and dodged anti aircraft missiles in another massive raid monday a . Military spokesman announced today. New raids hit the North today but there were few details. The spokesman disclosed one . Air Force plane was shot Down monday by conventional ground fire and a Navy Jet went Down in today a raids. Four helicopters were shot Down in South Viet Nam monday. The Viet Cong in possible retaliation for raids in the Vicinity of Hanoi and Haiphong struck Only five Miles from. Saigon in battalion strength 400 to 00 men but were routed by 1 000 South vietnamese troops who killed an estimated 40. It was the first time there bad been such Large scale fighting so close to the capital. Worried about captives North Viet Nam reports its forces shot Down seven . J continued on Page i col. 4 War study group a a bipartisan congressional delegation that toured Viet Nam told president Johnson they ran see no a Quick Resolution to the shown As they met in the Cabinet room of the White House Are left to right seated president Johnson rep. John m. Murphy . And rep. John a Gilligan a Ohio. Standing rep. Edward j. N % a Ifo Gurney for Fla rep. Hastings Keith a mass vice president Humphrey rep. Gale Schisler Dill House speaker John Mccormack mass. Rep. Robert b. Duncan Dore rep. John b. Anderson a ill rep. Teno Roncalio a Wyo and rep. William d. Hathaway a me. Up telephoto higher education critic Scranton fires Simpson from state Board governor Scranton lost Little time removing outspoken Charley Simpson of Philadelphia from the state Board of education. We see by the it papers. Airlines costs hit we re not sure this was Good simply because the Board which a operated in Complete secrecy since constituted in 1863 and which has contributed of Little to the states educational a pro Cestos continue needing a dissenter unwilling to Bow to every Little political Zephyr. And the governor also announces a record surplus of 1134.4 million from the 1865-66 budget which together with s30 million representing revised Revenue estimates makes a total of 8164.4 million available for state spending. Have we been hearing or. Shapp saying the administration has been inept that the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is going to the fiscal dogs tracks for the Pennsylvania Railroad Rains of the future be ing speedily Laid Between Bristol and Morrisville and the new High Speed line from new York to Washington will be in operation by 1868. It should be a real Nice experience barrelling along at better than 100 Miles an hour. Now if they can just provide some of the Quot service of the future Quot you now get on our major airlines of the present the per folks will have it made. So what a new with the weather Mercury at 04 yesterday aim ing at the High 80s today and you just relax and enjoy it. How we Haven to discovered. Mouth the grocers Friend the orators Pride the fools trap and the dentist s Salva Kim. Washington up the chief negotiator for the striking airline machinists claimed today that company representatives were overestimating the Cost of Union demands by $25 million Joseph w. Ramsey made the charge As both sides plodded into another Day of efforts to get settlement talks off the ground. Ramsey said statistics compiled by the International association of machinists 1am show the package benefits in the Union proposals would Cost $h0 million rather than the 8114 million claimed by thu five struck airlines. Ramsey also accused the continued on Page k. Of. 8 Harrisburg up a William w. Scranton today fired i Charles g. Simpson of Philadel i Iphia. A constant critic of the administration a higher education policies from the state Board of education. I Scranton said he took the step Bonald Bua an spent $.>44.199 los Angeles apr Ronald Reagan spent �544.199 66 in winning the California Republican gubernatorial nomination while los Angeles mayor Samuel w. Yorty spent $311,283.78 in losing the democratic Nomi a nation. Reports released by boil Hite registrar of voters monday show that Reagan received $544.-873 00 to for Campaign expenses a $112.019 alone was raised april 20 at a $10o-a-plate dinner. On the recommendation of Quot Al most every Quot member of the Board in a letter to Simpson which Scranton said was sent monday the governor said Quot your attitude and perform a Nee As a member of the Board have been such that i must now j conclude that your continued j membership would be detrimental to the effective functioning of that Board. Quot the deleterious Impact of your actions upon the proper functions and morale of the Board of education is evidenced by the communication 1 have now received signed by the Board chairman and reported to i me to be endorsed by almost every member of the Board. This follows a similar request presented to me by the executive committee of the Board two months ago. Quot in consideration of the causes set Forth above i have no alternative but to terminate your membership on the state Board of it was the second dismissal of a Simpson from state educational agencies by the governor this year. Last january he was fired As chairman of the boards Council of higher education although at that time he retained membership on the Council and the Parent Board. Simpson who is president of the Philadelphia Gas works had been a member of the state Board since its inception Short a by after the Start of the Scranton administration. The Philadelphia businessman has been a Strong critic of Many of the boards actions and also levelled numerous blasts at the governor for taking inde. Pendent action on educational matters. He contended at one time that Scranton selected Ralph Rackocy As superintend ent of Public instruction without proper consultation with Board members. Involved in controversy in recent weeks Simpson has been involved with Board chairman Obj Mccreary in a dispute Over the proper procedure for drawing up and disclosing terms of the proposed master plan for higher education expected to be disclosed late this month. Scranton noted this in his letter Quot your conduct in deriding the efforts of your colleagues on the Board of education to prepare a master plan for higher education in Pennsylvania and especially in announcing prematurely without authorization and inaccurately the presumed Content continued on Page 8, col. % charges await autopsy results Man. 46. Hurt in bar fight Dies an autopsy was completed at 11 45 this morning to determine whether a Philadelphia Man died As a result of injuries received in a fight saturday afternoon in a Penndel Borough bar. Results of the autopsy were not made Public immediately. Secret ser ice agent a ii tag along for Luci till be a honeymoon for Washington up a for Luci Baines Johnson it will be a honeymoon for three. A secret service agent will be tagging along. The Law says the Quot secret service is to protect the president and his Quot immediate family Quot and the Way the Agency sees it Lucius marriage to Patrick j. Nugent on aug. 6 Quot does no to change that Lucius personal preference would be for More privacy according to a White House aide but she will not have a Gay in the matter. The presiden to a younger daughter said she plans to live in a Small apartment somewhere in Washington when she returns from honeymooning at a still undisclosed location. She said she will definitely not live in the White House. Wherever she Nugent reside big Brothers from the secret service will be watching. Luci came under secret service care on the afternoon of nov. 22, 1863, immediately after president Kennedy was slain. Agents came to the National Cathedral school for girls where Luci was a student to take up their guard. Though she has had nearly three years to get used to it the 10-year-old Luci still has her moments of wanting to escape. Now and then she has shaken a defiant Finger at one or another of her pro tec Tori although most of the time she treats them like big Brothers. The agents assigned to Young Luci Are ail married she Points out and she has developed warm friendships with their families. For one agent who guards Luci the assignment has its amusing Side. He is a tall Blond lookalike for Nugent and is often mistaken for Luci s Fiance. Were it determined that Francis Turbitt 46. Of 5714 or dark st., died As a result of a he fight injuries it could my an the Man he was fighting with will face homicide charges. The Man he fought with has been identified As Robert Charles Hoffman. 24, of Windsor Park apartments. Bristol township. He is free on $1.560 bail charged with aggravated assault and Battery. Penndel police reportedly Are prepared to file homicide charges against Hoffman if the autopsy report indicates Turbitt died As a result of the injuries. However chief Fred Dunkley of Penndel was not available this morning to comment on these reports. A Hospital spokesman described Turbitt s condition As Quot serious Quot yesterday morning and said he was suffering from a brain Haemorrhage. He died at 3 22 yesterday afternoon. This mornings autopsy was performed by or. Donald e. Brodie. Deputy county Coroner who declined to comment on his findings. He together with two representatives from the District attorneys office left the Hospital for Penndel to Confer with chief Dunkley. He was charged but Penndel a Nuiji Niininen Itti a us Orff wit or police before up Robert Fisher saturday following the fight at big Jim a bar. 11 Eather or not one meal lit wont forget Belcher own. Mass. Up a Donald Fay. 38, was charged with assault and Battery monday night for allegedly throwing a bucket of his mothers hot Spaghetti sauce into the face of his brother in Law Ralph Jenks. 27. Jenks was hospitalized with second degree Burns. L hot enough try football i Page 14. Rain or Shine fall s feminine look will be in fashion Page 11. Index amusement movie. 11 birthday. 2 sports. 14 u classified. 16. 21 stocks. .8 comics. 22 a 23 to review. 1# editorials. 6 to schedule., so editorial features .7 women a news. U investor. 12 obituaries. 5, 8 Day classified w1 3-1000 Jacoby. 9 night classified w1-6-4600 fat tits to hit i i
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