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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 20, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see 37 vol. 56, no. 234 Lucks end Titi Torr Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper weather fair less ii Inid today. Fair and Cool tonight. Mostly sunny and pleasant tomorrow. Mem ref Aik. Bristol pa., wednesday evening july 20, 1966 48 pages Price ten cent astronauts solve Pesky problems. Collins a Leach for a Zotz str ii in space s e c e enter ii oust on i break fast up a John Young and m tk6 Collins another of their Pesky Little problems solved swept on today toward another american space walk and possible rendezvous with a leftover satellite. If All went Well. Collins was to climb out of gemini 10 at around 6 50 . Edt and a Azo to himself around at the end of a 50-foot tether using a hand held Jet gun. Hopefully this would occur while the spacecraft was flying formation with Agen a 8, with which astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott docked on March 10. The astronauts were breathing Nice clean air again after a bout with a spare smog a a a chemical which somehow leaked out of their a a atmosphere system. But there still was a question As to whether sufficient steering fuel remained aboard Gemma 10 to carry out both the space walk 1 and the rendezvous. Using own Agena just prior to the walk. Young and Collins were to separate from their own Agen a. Whose Brawny thruster has served them with steering Power to round out the lopsided orbit in which they set the world manned Altitude Mark Early tuesday. Aside from an hour out for their fight plan orbit at 1 18 . Edt. As it flight that started from Cape called for a Day of Orbital flashed Over the arabian Kennedy monday afternoon will adjustments to swing them onto Peninsula and shortly before terminate with a splashdown in a rendezvous Agena 8. Gemini 10 entered course with up its 24th i the pilots finished sleep period. If things go by the Hook Thi their the Atlantic j noon. On the thursday after was invited Over to Barbara j . Cad in pedestrian hours in eyes of Young and Collins and cleared nut and they sailed on Young s House to Tomow reports space. Forced them to Cut Short an toward the end of their three on her husband s strop ir1 ii Nash in tinted to i a pen Hatch space stand that Day Mission due to it end to c it ill exposed them to the vacuum of thursday afternoon. Veteran a in us. tues i a space put y it ung Saj Ltd he will but the dangerous stench i it ont need on 12, col 3 space. It will be americans third Day when pungent fumes in the ground Collins a such w Alk and w ill increase the breathing system irritated the w my we 9 am bbb. A e Good t evening rain helps Farmers storm sets off fires darkens l. Rucks Romes or. And mrs Frank Sinatra acknowledge cheers from crowd standing outside the Patio at the Sands Motel. Las vegas last night where the couple was married up telephoto a violent electrical storm a consider Aba Good Companick by More than a half Inch of rain last night set off scores of Small fires and blacked out about 4.000 Homes in Bucks county for As much As several hours. The Only major fires were reported from Central Bucks where a 120-year-old barn in Buckingham and the nyce planing Mill co. In Doylestown were extensively damaged by flames. Bolts of lightning struck several Homes in a a wer Bucks. Setting off minor fires which kept Volunteer firemen Busy tween 7 and 16 . As for the rain it did the a Bucks cot ii a a Tif i this morning Bailey to agent Richard a icy said Quot a Bier d a the a eds no done rainfall varied from a about it. The rain do us a lot to an Inch and a Quarter during of the storm. The . Weather Bureau in smiling Farmers Trenton recorded 54 one Hund a there were a lot of smiling Edthis of an Inch of rein bring the july rainfall to 6� one it to july 31. Is 24.14 inches. A indred Ethi of an Inch. But this Delaware River showed is still Well below the month s of ecu of he rain a today i to. Mal rainfall of 4.18 inches j a yet at 7.85 feet and the flow to Date i Iwer Bucks has had at 2.400 cubic feet per second. 18.45 inches of ran this year. The River Rone 18 one hundredths Normal precipitation from Jan continued on 12, col. 6 i Hunder slur m r u m bled Over the place last night. All the whole Delaware Valley pretty Well battered. Damage tit i Iwer Bucks however relatively Light. Sinatra Mia wed depart l or t no Viown destination Okay the Rains came and we needed pm. Only trouble is they should be around for a week or so just to get the roasting ears Las vegas Nev. Up1 a unknown destination before at a Short reception after the Frank Sinatra. 50. And actress honeymooning in London. Wedding Sinatra smiled at newsmen raised his right hand Mia Farrow 21. Were married in a Brief private ceremony Here tuesday night and then. Ant Home la Malo a by or or tace a a la pm. The Road again. To Fly to new \ Ork City Sinatra said he and miss i Farrow a Star of televisions and introduced miss Farrow a my Surprise Frank Sinatra. 50. Takes Mia Farrow 21, As Bis Bride la Las Vega yesterday j and then beads for new York and Tendon Lor a honeymoon. Or was to a Surprise we guess the Slick crooner in t going to let the like of supreme court Justice Douglas. 67, now in a hideout with his new 21-year-old wife get too far ahead of him ibis seems to be the Vear for the december boys the May gals. Heels silent on pilots remain there a Day before continuing to where he is making a film. Planned and i a we just decided to get or two married this he said a i London j had business on the coast and Mia was Here before the wedding the dec pie eluded newsmen by Rema ing in seclusion at ent Ratte Home on the grounds of Sands hotel on the famed strip j Sinatra a former part owner continued on 12. Col. I guardsmen mount gun a Ohio National guardsmen mount a 30-Ralfber machine Cun on a jeep before Lea Vine for Cleveland late yesterday. Gov. James Rhodes called out the guard to assist the Cleveland police in keeping the peace in Cleveland a riot Tom East Side. Up telephoto North Viet names prime minister announces in peking that Hanoi will proceed with trials of . Fliers As War criminal. Well Well see what we set. And if Hanoi actually proceeds lets Trust the . Loses no time in making its warning of a reprisal and disaster Quot stick. But their plane was reported to have flown to Palm Spring i Cal f. Where Sinatra has a Home on the grounds of the Tamarisk country club the ceremony conducted by Tokyo i pit a North Viet judge William Compton of the Nam maintained silence today District court of Nevada took on the Fate of american pilots a he apartment of Jack shot Down Over that communist knt Ratter. President of the country. Indications were the Sand hotel and a longtime Hanoi regime would try them Friend of Sinatra. It lasted just As War criminals but spare1 four minutes. Their lives. J a u. ,. The marriage w As Sinatra s Hanoi ambassadors in Ilii Ixl and the first for its i communist countries said tues parr0w daughter of actress Cleveland up a mayor lecher acted after coming the flames and some fires still than 125. Police said the latest woman was shot to death Day the captured americans Maum a a a Sunivan and the Ralph s 1 ocher asked for to criticism because or did Moul dered at 9 . Edt outbreaks began when a White numerous buildings were set would by tried As car us director John Karrow. Mon a. Valiona Uard ,. Not ask rl.fl.1r-. A i. R for . Criminals. At the same time a mor i Para troop Naonal guard troops. Ail president to Chi mph under miss Farrow wore a two today to restore peace in the a. C1,y a he Hilmen and world aide diploma., or Assur a Hile Sadk fail. Suit Wilh Kast Sid. When a an Unrast Calm prevailed in property owner in the Hough Percy Oles 10 spare their lives said a knee length skill and White he four Square mile Hough Ltd a to i Ryli a a pronounced Huff i District of a or. tuesday to request National ult to it i restores t Neasy to Cleveland Hanoi a policy would be Huma gloves. She also wore a $1�0. My Pear shaped Diamond engage astronauts Mike Collins and John Young still soaring around the heavens in gemini 10 and while a few unexpected troubles Are preventing some of their complicated assignments the cruise continues an outstanding Success. Alt right when the time comes let s bring the boys Home j safely and get ready for gemini j 11. Phillies collapse in Dallas considering that 11.924 daily double Riding on Hay burners feature picture and restless Cloud yesterday at Delaware Park guess we re going to give up managing baseball and get aboard the Bosses. The latest Appeal came today ment rank from Pope Paul who a ardently Sinatra was attired in a Black and respectfully a urged North Uirt White shirt and conserva vietnamese leaders to spare the Check ered tie. American prisoners and thus. Avert a still worse evils for the a s prevl0us a i Quot a were world the United states has warned Hanoi that abuse of the prisoners could have troust consequences. A a discs Nancy Barbatoe Mother of his son. Frank jr., and two daughters Nancy and Christina a and film actress Ava Gardner. Riot torn East Side where shootings fires and widespread looting marked two nights of racial turmoil. The request was complied with immediately and 466 guardsmen were ordered into the City to join the 1,600 sent in tuesday night after gov. James a. Rhodes declared a the East Side where two Ruard troops but he did not act persons were shot to death and until about 5 pm the first four wounded by gunfire and troops did not enter the City scores injured by bricks and until about it . Bottles. A to Psuy nights rioting a tavern keeper refused to serve afire and looted and two negro a negro a Glass of water. Men were wounded. 18, was killed the two nights of racial when struck in unrest were the worst Ever in the head when a sniper opened this City of one million person fire on police that has been sitting atop a monday night a negro1 continued on 12, col. 4 scores of business establish i negro Man was shot to death j i other if this City of nearly one million a the two nights of rioting. At residents. Least 10 buildings were razed by 1 peal renewed ments were looted and More by a sniper and two state of emergency existed in a than 60 fires were set during negroes were wounded negro gangs roamed the streets tossing fire bombs and police and snipers exchanged gunfire. Continued looting also was reported but a policeman said a there there to loot Camii he it Isnit much left Bucks county orc contributions Rise All right perhaps the most important of them All. The pea. Starts tomorrow at Akron. And there Are Nicklaus Palmer Casper Lema Nichols marry take your Choice remembering that heavyweight Jack practically owns that Firestone country club course. Won a were made without a sense of humor so they could love men instead of laugh at them. Renewed appeals for support of the $9.000 drive for the Bucks county opportunities industrialization Center were made at a Well attended luncheon a meeting of its advisory committee and finance committee yesterday at of Boyle restaurant. The Rev. C. P Boswell executive director of the Center located in Bristol township a again warned that unless funds Ara immediately forthcoming the a self help operation May have to suspend. The director said that the Center operate on a minimum budget of $1.200 a month and that funds Are dangerously Low. He pointed out that More than 56 trainees Are now enrolled and being prepared for employment in business and Industry and he insisted the program is vital to eliminating some of the lower Bucks poverty pockets. It Eon Flavin chairman of the finance drive said some $1,100 in contributions have been received during the past 10 Days and emphasized that the fund Effort is a a a must Community wide Appeal. He urged business and Industrial concerns labor organizations Church and civic groups and individuals to lend immediate support to the drive. The $9 600 is needed to tide the program Over until late fall when a Federal Grant is expected to guarantee continuance of Oil. Some 10 representatives of business Industry Church and civic interests attended t h e meeting marked by an expression of Assurance from All of renewed Effort in behalf of the finance Appeal. More than 81 persons were arrested tuesday night bringing the two Day total to More Ilson i a veils e it Ononia Plain Back in the fail of i960. Dick Hart was a standout football Plaver for Morris mile High. After five seasons of pro baseball he now trying to make the switch to the violent world of pro i Withall. Courier. Times spurts writer Dick Dougherty and photographer John Ligos visited Hart at the eagles training Camp. Their full report appears Tudas e 33. Dick London up prime s minister Harold Wilson today goes to parliament to unveil emergency measures aimed at restoring Confidence in the Pound and giving new life to f Britain sailing Economy. Wilson will announce his if austerity program in the House of c commons about 3 30 .j 10 10 Edt. Index amusement. 28 Junior reporter. 46 birthday. 48 movies. 18 classified. 46-45 sports. 31-36 comics. A a. 46-47 Stock. 9 editorial. 6 to review. 38 editorial features. 7 tvs schedule 47 food. 25 women s news. 14-15 investor. 4 obituaries. 24 Day classified of 3-1606 Jatoba. 21 night classified w1-6-4600

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