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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 19, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 8 Lurka Emmlu courier Delaware valleys greatest Home newspaper weather partly Cloudy hot and humid today with scattered showers and possibly local severe thunderstorms this afternoon or tonight. Clearing cooler later tonight. Fair cooler less humid tomorrow. Vol. 56, no. 233 member Abc Bristol pa., tuesday evening july 19, 1966 26 pages Price ten cents Altitude record of 474 miles2 astronauts soar to new Heights space Center Houston Chi a gemini 10 astronauts John a Young and Michael Collins linked up with a target satellite today and Rode it further out in space than any human has been before. But the astronauts used up so much fuel in mane vering a rendezvous and Docking with the Agena target satellite the space officials indicated Collins scheduled 55-minute spacewalk wednesday might be jeopardized. Might director Glen Lunney told a news conference Early today the shortage of fuel raised doubts about the ability of the gemini 10 to carry out its planned dual rendezvous and allow a spacewalk too. A i think we re going to have to wait and see a Lunney said. Sent into space still on the schedule were a 55-minute period today in which Collins opens the Hatch and stands up in space to take pictures a wednesday rendezvous with another Agenas the five month old Agena 8 a and a raft of scientific experiments. Young and Collins Rode a Titan rocket into space at 6 20 p.m., Edt monday but used a a tremendous amount of mane vering fuel overtaking the Agena 10 that had been launched at an hour and 40 minutes earlier. Following the rendezvous and Docking with the Agena 10 Early today the agents lti.000 pounds of thrust were used to Burl the gemini astronauts 474 Miles in space a new manned space Mark far beyond the old russian Mark of 308 Miles. A Nasa official said Bright red objects Young and Collins saw during their first orbit monday apparently were pieces of a Saturn 203 rocket that was blown up in orbit Early this month. Already scrubbed were plans for Young to pull away from the Agena 10 twice and twice redock with it. Space officials decided there was not enough fuel and that gemini and Agena 10 should remain docked humans wave assault 90 marines halt attack by 1,000 until the end of that rendezvous. Before ground controllers allowed the spacemen to fire the Agena engine controllers asked them if they had on their shoulder harnesses to restrain them during the lightning like climb from an Altitude of 184 Miles to 474. A a we re ail battened Down a they replied. The kicks to the record co tinned on Page 10. Col s ill smiles Saigon up two . Marine platoons of 45 men each turned Back a Bugle blowing human wave assault by 1,000 North vietnamese regulars in an epic three hour Jungle stand it was reported today. Hie air War against North Viet Nam roared into the 21st Day. A spokesman said the one sided Battle Cost both sides heavily. The Battle was part of operation Hastings in the Northwest Corner of South Viet Good evening j a Larry Jackson out. Motif axes Sandy Koufax. And there they Are those Phillies Only five games off the Pace and gaming on it All the time. Jim running should help the gain at Houston tonight. Weatherman pulls n sneak play Ai Mercury reaches 91 yesterday and Heads for 94 today. We wish head quit going for All of these climatic a records he a been shooting at for the past year or so. Between the heat and the drought the ground is so Barren that even the i Obins mocking Birds cardinals thrushes doves and song sparrows can to find a Square meal any More. And out our Way Between Mitra and the Birds we re being eaten out of House and Home. Well sir the vietnamese can t say they Haven to been warned. T a ambassador Goldberg at Geneva repeats pretty much what the administration leaders have been saying for the past week trial of . Fliers will bring Swift american reprisal and Complete disaster for Hanoi. Old to Chi Minh had better be listening and listening Well. And if he Isnit we suggest Uncle Sam walk in and lower the Boom for once and for All. Romantic hearts All aflutter All Over the place As wedding Date for Loicl Johnson and Nugent August 6, nears. Apparently its going to be a very quiet and simple affair. Only 700 of the Johnson friends and relatives invited to attend and Well bet half of Mem Are from Texas. Where else Suh another night of viol knee As major racial riots sweep Cleveland Jacksonville. Fla., and Brooklyn. It appears the summer will continue being a very Long one and All too tragic. Too bad we think that a lot of these hopped up civil rights leaders can to be persuaded to allow Law and order and decency take their proper course. There a no question about it the whole cause would be infinitely better served. Nam near the Border of Laos and just below the 17th parallel. So far the marines have killed 204 communists with comparatively a a Light losses in the whole operation. A Marine spokesman at Dong a estimated As Many As 500 communists were killed in the fight to save the platoons but there was no body count and some observers thought the 500 figure May be rather High. . Planes struck for the second consecutive Day at Oil depots near the North vietnamese Supply City of Dong hoi near the Southern tip of Northern Viet Nam a a Supply area for communists infiltrating across the Border into the South. An air Force spokesman twp. Murder Case Delav de by scoop Lewis Courter times staff writer the hearing for Frank l. Tomlinson confessed Slayer of mrs. Lucy t. Husvar has been postponed from thursday morning. Bucks county District attorney Ward of Clark announced the postponement today. The hearing had been set for 10 . In the office of Justice of the peace Robert g. Campbell Levittown. No new Date has been set. Clark requested the delay due to the fact his office has another murder hearing involving mrs Lena Wallace in lower make Field township thursday after noon. She is charged with the fatal stabbing of her 29-Vear-old son in Law. Jobless hands Man Tomlinson 22-year-old unemployed Handyman from Bristol is charged with murder rape robbery burglary and arson in the brutal slaying of mrs. Hus Var a 46-year-old widow in her continued on Page 11, pm 4 reported that american aircraft bombing North Viet Nam monday eluded 13 surface to air missiles in a massive strike that once again inflicted enormous damage on North Viet Nam s dwindling Oil supplies. Start Large fire Ball pilots hit an Oil storage area 44 Miles North of Hanoi touching off a Large Orange fireball which sent a mushroom shaped pillar of smoke More than a mile into the air. Pilots hitting the Dong hoi area ignited six fires. Altogether pilots reported seeing 30 secondary explosions and 85 fires. . 032 Strat fortresses hit a suspected Viet Cong troop concentration today in thua Thien province 390 Miles North of Saigon near the Hasting Battleground while pilots in the South flew 457 sorties monday Many of them against communists in the Hastings area. A spokesman said communist gunners knocked a . Air Force f100 super Sabre Jet out of the sky Only 13 Miles Southwest of Saigon today a the first such action so near the capital. The two men aboard the plane were killed. Operation Hastings was writ ing a new Story of valor. Led by butlers the reds attacked the outnumbered leathernecks near the laotian Border in South Viet Nam thousands of marines have been fighting in the Region since last Friday in their biggest Campaign of the War operation Hastings. A a none of us thought wed make it out of said Cpl. Paul Geis 22. Of Glenolden. A. Attempt unsuccessful the North vietnamese used mortars machine guns hand grenades and Small arms fire in the unsuccessful attempt to wipe out two platoons from a a kilo co., 3rd battalion 4th Marine regiment. The mauled platoons reached safety Only after heavy artillery two companies of fellow marines and . Planes dumped flaming napalm on the communists Only 50 feet front of them. The communist death toll was expected to Rise much higher than the 191 red. Troops previously reported killed in the Marine sweep which is covering an area of 300 Square mites. 75 missions in air action Over the North . Planes flew 75 missions monday. The air Force and Navy pilots reported sighting 13 surface to air Sam missiles. One of the raids was against a radar site Only five Miles continued on Page ii col. 5 Fixl stomachs a John Young and Mike Collins gemini-10 astronauts fill up on a traditional a last meal of Steak and eggs before taking off on their historic Mission. Up telephoto mrs. Barbara Young red letter Day in traffic safety Drivers get pointers Oil new system editor s sote thu la the lint la a a Enes of three articles explaining the new Pennsylvania Point 527effective sunday. This article Points out Why this new legislation is Zigni Ficat for every Pennsylvania Motorist. Subsequent articles. Will explain the function of the Driver improvement schools As set Lorth in the Point system and change in Pennsylvania s Speed limits now bring made under the paint system. July 24, 1966. Will be a red letter Day in traffic safety Progress in Pennsylvania comparable to the issuing of the first Driver s License and the inspection of the first motor vehicle. The occasion introduction of the new Pennsylvania Point system for motorists. But merely the introduction of a new Law does not make an event meritorious. Outstanding is the fact that Pennsylvania is leading the Way in a major change in traffic safety philosophy from one of suspension As a penalty to one of education As a Means of improving Driver attitudes. There a a change1 Harry h. Brainerd commissioner of the Pennsylvania Bureau of traffic safety one of a group of traffic safety authorities instrumental in framing the new Point system explains the change in philosophy this Way a adherence to the driving rules of the state is essential by the people. In the past Pennsylvania in an Effort to control behaviour on the Highway enforced a strict system of suspending licenses for nonconformity As stipulated by an administrative suspension system. A a careful study of this sys continued on Page 10, col. 3 10 Liui Din so turned woman killed in Cleveland rioting Cleveland up hundreds of rioting negro Many of them shouting a Black Power Black set buildings afire and battled police and firemen with gunfire fire bombs rocks and bottles in a predominantly negro neighbourhood monday night and Early today. One negro woman was shot to death and two negro men were wounded. At least is persons including three policemen were injured by bricks and other missiles and taken to hospitals. Police fired upon by roof top snipers arrested 49 negroes six of them women. Some fires were still burning than 300 police including specially trained hot squads were called out. Of the apartment were rescued Down ladders by firemen. Only the Chimney of n u a a. A a i this building was left standing. Pol Ico said the noting was sparked by two incidents in the the woman shot to death was slum Ridden Hough pronounced mrs. Joyce Arnett 26, Mother Huff District on the East Side of three children. A Bullet # of Cleveland. This City of a struck her in the head while Vii Lill Tell Tecl nearly one million resident j she was leaning out a window about one third of them negro calling for her children. Wilson peace trip fails London apr prime min ister Harold Wilson returned empty handed from his Moscow peace Mission today to face Britain a worst economic crisis in 17 years. As Wilson landed at London Airport after a three Day visit to the soviet capital financial markets in the City were quieter than usual. The Pound Sterling was having a More comfortable ride on the foreign exchanges and the rate moved up a Little at the opening. The Stock Exchange showed Small recoveries but later shares began to look a Little uneasy again. Wilson failed to persuade soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin to intercede on behalf of . Fliers held by North Viet Nam and also failed to ease the soviet refusal to join Britain in calling for peace talks. Scranton notes at a . Edt warty 12 hours has been Sillins on a civil Wallace Kelley m. A As shot after the rioting began. More nurse survivor interviewed i lights powder Keg in the past a in a in and detained at i. Few years. J san Hospital. Aldon Burk 18, girl refused water a Harrisburg a gov. Scranton observed his 49 the birthday very quietly today by Ira aug to the or i for a with no special Celebration on in one instance a Young be continued on Page 10, col. 6 a his official or private Calendar Fulgro girl was refused a Glass of j 11 w Ater by a White bartender in al1 3 wanted to Quot fight for their tavern. In the other incident a i Chicago up there student nurses from the Philippines tried to talk their six american classmates into fighting a for their Honor against the intruder who later slaughtered eight of them. A philippine official said today. The american girls argued against it. Or. Generoso p. Provido Philippines Consul general in Hie ago told of his interview with Corazon Amurao the Young filipino Exchange student who survived last thursdays mass murder by cringing under a bed while her companions were led one by one to their death. Richard speck a 24-year-old Seaman is accused of a the crime of the a looked Well Provido spoke with miss Amurao monday night in her Hospital room. He said she was up and about and a looked a she told me the filipino girls would have liked to resist but the american girls cautioned against it a Provido said. A the Man did t appear violent. Maybe they got fooled. A she said that All the filipino girls wanted to defend their Honor a a Provido said. A but the american nurses argued that the Man had not seemed the nine nursing students had been held captive in a bedroom of their apartment by the soft spoken intruder. Provido said continued on Page 10, col. 4 group of negroes soliciting Money for an ill negro girl was of told to leave another tavern. Juthe rioting did not involve Whites. With the exception of new York this sprawling 11 Metropolis on the Shore of Lake a Erie has experienced perhaps 11 More racial outbreaks than any other Northern City. One White Man w As treated at my Sinai Hospital for a face it Cut. He said a negro struck him with a bottle while he was waiting for a bus. At least 10 buildings Indus Jing three apartment houses and a Large supermarket were ii burned out. Several persons Avo misadventure there a no corned beef in the sky for astronauts John Young and Michael Collins on this trip despite the previous misadventure. Page 7. Index amusements. 12 movies 12 birthday. 12 sports. 14, 5 classified. 17-23 stocks. 10 comics. 24, 25 to review. 12 editorials. 6 to schedule. 25 editorial features. 7 women a news. 11 investor. 16 obituaries. 17 Jacoby. 2 Oak classified w 3-1000 night classified wi-6-4600 Junior reporter 25 trapped on upper floors of on j

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