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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 10 vol 56, no. 228 Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper weather mostly sunny hot and humid today. Scattered thundershowers this a it Ning and tonight. Continued hot less humid tomorrow. Member Abc Bristol pa., wednesday evening july 13, 1966 40 pages Price ten cents Bucks broiling oppressive heat grips Eastern . By the associated press Summers longest heat wave gripped most of the Eastern two thirds of the nation today causing widespread misery and inconvenience. The weather Bureau said the oppressive heat and humidity was expected to continue for several Days with possibly minor Relief in some areas. Temperatures have soared to 100-plus for five straight Days in parts of the nations midsection and in the South. The is and 80s were general. In st. Louis where the Mercury climbed to 105 tuesday and has been 100-plus for four Days 20 deaths were attributed to the hot weather most of them elderly persons. Six other heat related deaths were reported in nearby st. Clair county 111. More than 100 persons at the All Star baseball game in st. Louis were treated for heat caused illnesses the Union electric co. In st. Louis said it planned to continue rationing electric Power to 600.-000 customers in an attempt to Avert a blackout. The company Cut off Power tuesday to 350,000 customers on a rotating basis up to two hours. Other cities also have reported Power shortages this week including four in Nebraska. Many cities reported record consumption of Power because of the use of Cooling devices. Violent storms broke out monday and tuesday night in widely scattered sections of the country severe thunderstorms struck Sandusky Ohio and nearly a West of Lake Erie Thunder foot of rain caused flooding j storms with Strong winds and a about 200 persons were Evascu ,. A or. Few Oread Oes were reported ated. A state of emergency was 1 declared and the Ohio National Power blackouts occurred in guard was called out. South Lima and Wert. A Man playing Golf in Lima was flooding was reported in Detro Tipling Power lines and trees., killed by lightning. And Ann Arbor. Winds of More smashing autos and causing heavy thunderstorms knocked than 50 raked Pontiac and Down Trees and pow lines and Flint. Cut electrical service in Sev storms pounded Gainesville eral suburbs of Detroit. Minor and Savannah Beach ga., top after fight it bar i Man 24,1 n prison on murder charge Robert c. Hoffman. 24. Of the Windsor Park apartments in Bristol township is being held in Bucks county prison on an open charge of murder stemming from a bar room fistfight saturday afternoon. Hex bail May be set today Hoffman was defending him Mem self against an attack by his victim according to his attorney William Goldman the victim. Francis Turbitt 48, Philadelphia died of a brain Haemorrhage. His head reportedly struck a Wail during the fight at big Jim s bar in Penn Del 48 hours later the Penndel Middletown emergency squad took him to Ixia or Bucks county Hospital where he died 48 hours later without having regained consciousness. Hoffman was surrendered by Goldman last night at 9 30 and was arraigned before Justice of the peace Robert b Fisher. Good evening mercers still merrily huh by inf. Okay go ahead and talk about the weather what else what with 95-degree temperature yesterday going for nearly too today undoubtedly the hottest Sura a Mer on record and one you la \f0rnu>r Vij Jorj 4ifh> telling the grandchildren about. 1 f f it flt thousands of dollars property damage. There were no injuries. Winds were clocked at 50 . In the Hail and rain storm which swept Savanna Beach. Temperatures in Gainesville dropped 25 degrees in eight minutes but the Murcury soared Back to sweltering highs after the storm. In Columbus. Ohio an evangelists tent meeting ended abruptly when the tent with about 600 persons inside collapsed in a windstorm. Some 100 persons were trapped for a Short time but no injuries were reported. Rain and Hail pelted areas Between Sidney and North i Cun tinned on Page a col. 8 crops need rain i 6unbearable? in zoo Pool Philadelphia a it a a the heat wave in causing overcrowding in the kiddies Pool at the Philadelphia zoo. Snowflake the Polar Bear cub because she a Bigg a and can throw her weigh around has taken Over the Small Pool to the discomfort of Yogi and boo boo two syrian Bear cubs. Snowflake climbs into the Pool to beat the beat and just sits. Yogi and boo boo unable to crowd in just sit and Pant. It la be in 90s through Friday if we get Normal rainfall i rest of the tho by scoop Lewis Cornier Timet staff writer a. To i a a u. It july which has a Normal rain Toun r Lith fall of 4 18 inches has produced year of drought with farm crops avg one hundredths of an including Corn tomatoes and other vegetables being seriously affected by the Lack of rain. I however. Water supplies i throughout the county Are re i ported a a adequate at the pres Inch of rain to Date. Total rainfall total rainfall this year has been 17.81 inches. Normal precipitation through july 91 is 14.14 inches. He was taken to Bucks county prison after the arraignment Fisher said and is now waiting for his bail to be set. If released on bail. Hoffman a continued on Page 9. Col. 41 i Relief a Relief from the prolonged heat wave is plunging in the Pool and coming up refreshed. Relief is cold water and swimming and diving under the summer Sun. Relief is Silver Lake Pool on a blistering hot Day. Mary Ann Russo 14, s03 third ave., Bristol is splashing her Way to happiness in Silver Lake Pool. Courier times photo by Alex Zidek Leftt time. But officials caution i that if the Lack of rainfall and rainfall in april and May 11high temperature continue the brought some improvement but situation will Worsen a reports indicate there was Les than average rainfall in much got humid weather a the area during june and shows no signs of Baung Al pc blamed 011 Page 9, col. # i though scattered Thunder show i Era Are expected Early this eve i Ning or later tonight. This a i cording to the Weatherman should make for less humidity tomorrow Sandusky Ohio got a breather yesterday incidentally you probably noted by the papers. Nearly nine inches of rain in six hours. We need nine inches of the stuff Here Over a two week period otherwise the drought toll is going 10 be mighty costly. President Johnson in his first major statement on China urges peking to open the Gates of the vast country to the outside world and asks for peaceful coexistence As a matter of guaranteeing peace and Prosperity for All of Asia. Well sir you can to say the u. S. Isnit trying to find some Way to persuade the commies to Stop fighting. Sex army colonel once assigned to the joint chiefs of staff nabbed by the Fri at his Home near Washington on espionage charges. Also you can to say the rus-1 sians Arentt always trying to steal the secret of America a military might. Those two Short Bah hitters Maury wills and Tim Mccar ver steal the All Star game show by the Way. As they win for the nationals 2-1 in the tilth. A All right with this one out of the Way How about the Phillies settling Down to the serious business of going after the pen j Nant the band was about to play Gelnn Miller s famous tune a Pennsylvania 6-5000,�?� except that nowadays it s been retitled a area code 212-807-5666 a modern psychology tells us that it is bad to be an orphan terrible to be an Only child damaging to be the youngest crushing to be in the Middle and taxing to be the oldest. There seems to be no Way except to be born an adult. Retired . Army colonel held As red spa to the Pentagon s torn military members of the soviet embar., a a in 1 rms in of it a arrested just hours Ati been a Washington Between if to sell and 1963 conviction on the to two charges Eon id bring 0 death sentence. However temperatures in the 90s Are forecast through Friday. In the 99 a a mthttmiwwwwwiwwwwiimwwiwiww1 today a High is expected to a be m the upper 90s the 1 . Thermometer Reading was 93 degrees. With the humidity at 35 per cent the thermometer humidity Index was Art uncomfortable 82 per cent. A spokesman for the u. S. Geological Survey in Trenton reports that a was of now there is no serious but he was Quick to Point out that if the Lack of rain and High temperatures continue a a we la be in for lbs asks coexistence had on Washington up a a was charged with conspiring to Whalen was named a it a a it have retired army intelligence and sell atomic missile and bomber defendant in an indictment Security Security officer a once an aide secrets to two former staff4.wir 7-1 i"1 i ,u1 a spokesman said the rus Ltd a Newport new. Cd it. Cd. S1n> ,olvml_0, �,1 Ede ski and Mikhail a. He said a we were Lucky in the slate department was i Shugaev. Former embassy first May to get the reservoirs up silent on just what Impact j Secretary had left the United High. The Supply stored water Whalene a alleged conspiracy i c continued on Page 9. Col. I commanders flu charged with plotting National defense Sec re russian agents Whalen was a by agents of his will get us through the drought William Henry arrested tuesday swept across the modest Home near suburban Alexandria va., and whisked him to an appearance before . Commissioner Alex Ackerman or. Conspiring charged Whalen 51. A retired Lieuten assistant since january Washington it Upit a pro a ident Johnson called on red China for peaceful coexistence in a major Effort to look beyond the Viet Nam War and fashion a positive . Policy to bring peace to All Asia. In a nationally a televised speech tuesday night Johnson told China a leaders that see other Viet stories. Page 9 twp. Expected to name Lafferty mgr. Ant colonel who served m 1961 William Henry Whalen Richard Lafferty. Assistant j meet in executive session will 1965 1 with the join chiefs of staff manager of Bristol township is no my a 1-Afferty to succeed Ron-1 was freed on $15.090 Bond and expected to be appointed Man Al 1 a Watt. Wlm leaves tomorrow went into seclusion with tonight by the Bristol i10 a Amine a 825.ao0 admit Nitra wife and 11-year-old daughter. Township Board of commis Uve p05��?T a Bergen county . J Kathy. Sooner j Lafferty 25. Has been a a is the tall Gray haired Whalen. I the commissioners who will Tant manager since january. His salary is 17.002 the went a six month internship As commissioners Are expected to Zweig s aide before being Nam appoint Lafferty As manager at de assistant manager a Alary of 110 000 annually. A be Ahe we f to sea a Zweig s salary is 114.493. He has been manager for two and a cooperation not hostility was the Way of the future. He urged them to open their vast country to the outside world. Johnson warned peking and North Viet Nam that the United states would not abandon its War of determination in South Viet Nam until communist aggression is stopped either by Force or by recognition that its costs Are too High. The somber president appealed to americans to under stand that the a heavy Burden of the Viet Nam War a May last a Long time. And that . Faith in Asia must be As great As our Faith in the future of Europe after world War o. Offering Friendship to China Johnson said a a peaceful Mainland China is Central to a parents involved in program twp. Head Start uses l a ique family idea by scoop Lewis courier times staff writer operation head Start which began its second summer session monday in Bristol township. Has taken on the unique a family mrs. Rosalind Frisch director of the eight week program today remarked a a we be devised something we think is interesting and unusual a the Bristol township plan involves parents in the head Start program. A the cooperative idea,�?T1&Quot she explained a has been a problem in head Start programs throughout the United at Lafayette school where 150 children Are attending morning classes in 10 classrooms parents Quot run the school in a mrs. Frisch explained. When parents registered their children for head Start they were told they a have to spend one morning out of every 10 in a classroom and that they would go on trips and take part in other activities. The parents however wont be spending time in their own childrens classrooms m i Frisch pointed out Riding buses a mothers Are Riding the Buse it and eating lunch with their children a she continued. During the classroom program one head Start teacher a it Al Aried aide and a Parent supervise the children. There Are 15 children in each classroom during the class Day which runs from 8 30 a m to 1 pm continued on Page 9, col. 5 a half years. He will being his executive administrator duties handling 3,000 county employees in North Jersey on fonday. Lafferty is a graduate of Lasalle College and the fils Institute of local and state gov ferment. Phil adept a. He under a Rols can useful Side Al 21 Farmbrook drive it peaceful Asia. He said too Levitt own. Continued on Page 8, col. 7 be . . Up a quarrels can be useful in a marriage methodist Bishop Earl g. Hunt jr., of Charlotte told a conference Here. A they can show a couple the deepest things about he added. A but in order to be useful the quarrels must be Analysed after the marriage partners have cooled off. And both partners must learn what the quarrel was say till to on the inside two Brothers from Newportville meet each other under sniper tire a in Viet Nam. Page 8. 9 8 8 what Sall the shouting about Over Pennsylvania a welfare department birth control program Page 7. Index amusements classified comics. Editorials editorial Fea food. Obituaries Jacoby. 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