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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 27, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaFor news of Southampton Trevose Feasterville see Page 23 my lib Emmlu Emmr Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper weather fair and cooler today and tonight with a High in mid his today and Low in the 60s tonight. Mostly Cloudy tomorrow with a High in the 80s. Vol. 56, no. 240 member Abc Bristol pa., wednesday evening july 27, 1966 44 pages Price ten cents nesham1ny Creek a trouble spot action manned on River pollution Herbert Howlett chief Engineer of the Delaware River Basin commission said today that while More than "90 per cent of the Basin enjoys excellent surface and underground water Quality conditions a there Are 16 see Bristol Story and picture. Page pinpointed pollution in the Delaware River Estuary the part of the River Between Trenton. N.j., pollution trouble spots that need i and Liston Point Del a As the de attention. Most pressing problem. In a report prepared for de the Agency today recon meal livery at the Basin commissions de a $130-to-s18q million annual water Quality conference at the expenditure to combat pollution Sheraton hotel Here Howlett in the Delaware River Estuary. A this area he said has been the object of a five year study by the Federal pollution control administration which has proposed five specific courses of action in the area. He identified six other areas As serious pollution spots and indicated that agencies had begun work to alleviate the problems. They arc no shaming Creek. A. A in creasing population in Bucks and Montgomery counties pa., has increased the demand for water supplies and for water recreation. He said a water development plan is now being prepared by the . Soil conservation service. Acid mine drainage in Pennsylvania a a acids that Drain from mines in the Coal regions of Pennsylvania present a persistent problem on streams of the two largest tributaries of the Delaware River a he said. About 120 Miles of streams in the Schuylkill and 80 Miles in the Lehigh watersheds Are contaminated by about 50 tons of mine acid daily he said. A Pennsylvania state department of health 10-year program is about 40 per cent Complete in this area he said. The i High River High Bac con tinned on Page if col. I Wisconsin supreme court Reles braves stay in Atlanta Madison wis. Apr the j interpreted to mean Quot there is Wisconsin supreme court today to be self regulation until such overturned baseball s conviction time As Congress decides that on state antitrust charges and the Public interest requires oth ordered a Milwaukee court to or dismiss the suit. The opinion cited the famed the 4-3 decision said the state 1922 . Supreme court Deci a of Wisconsin was Quot powerless to enforce its own antitrust Law against a sport spread from coast to coast. A Federal antitrust suit Hast Sion that baseball was not a business subject to antitrust i regulation and noted later rulings refusing to overturn that precedent. The majority opinion also said that if one state were to regulate baseball the door would be open to similar action by other states resulting in a tangle of court actions. The four justices in the majority the opinion said could not agree on which Point was the main reason for freeing baseball but did agree that the decision should be reversed. The dissenting opinion was written by Justice Nathan Heffernan who said Quot it is difficult to see what National interest is preserved by immunizing this organization from the consequences of its violation of state Law been pending since last year in a . District court in Good evening 1 i Philadelphia a weary Twa ground hostess miss Cathy Allard of Folcroft pa., catches 40-winks after she marked off the 22nd Day of the National airline strike. This pretty lass whose Job was greeting incoming passengers hopefully Waits for the end of the strike. Up telephoto see Story Page 16 that awful Burlington Bristol Bridge ,. You can hardly Cross the Delaware anymore without being jammed up for 29 to 30 minutes because of Span openings and Why joint toll Bridge commission and All other interested agencies done to get this proposed new Structure on the Road Well never know it seems to us we re either going to have to get that High level Bridge Pronto or Start 11 a ism the Venezuela freighters up the Jersey Turnpike a from Wilmington to Borden town. Maybe Piggy Back. Even. Yesterday another scorcher with Mercury Riding High at 90. Today better cooler less humid. Manlif actins paper finn 350jobs l. Bucks Bou meantime farm crops All Over the place More parched lawns turning a nicely toasted Brown and Flowers rather withering sadly away. What we mean is much and Long rain As quickly As possible. Plans for abolishing the notorious Philadelphia magistrate courts headed for the scrap Heap As May have been expected because of political Foo. Is Ness. And it s a shame. Another example of Pennsylvania being the Post political state in the Union. Just nothing Ever happens Here a in education in administration in welfare in anything a that first does no to Best serve the political interests. And we see by the papers somebody wants to Start changing the names of some of our roads hereabouts. I Etc a hold everything for a while and Start concentrating on things that count a like a speedup on Delaware expressway construction a new by Bridge Long proposed Jug handles for route 13 and other new highways desperately needed first things first we always say. Parents who refuse to put their foot Down usually wind up with children who step on their toes. A certain amount of Good behaviour is the result of knowing that the lady next door is a terrible gossip. A paper manufacturing company is expected to build a manufacturing facility in lower Bucks county and employ some 350 persons it was Learned today. The name of the firm and details about its location have not been disclosed but William Abbott executive director of the Bucks county Industrial development corp., said it would be located Quot in t h e Bristol checking work Force he said the firm will employ 250 women and 100 men and is currently trying to find out if there Are enough people available for hiring in the Delaware Valley. The work. Abbott said is Light factory and will be year a round. The wage scale will be $1.35 to $1.45 an hour plus fringe benefits he added. The firm manufactures paper products for Homes schools and Industry Abbott said. Liwer Bucks count ians interested in the jobs have been asked to write to Box 423, Levittown. A. Slate i nil oks Crane a new Home for Feinstone papers the Quot Bucks county Farmer Quot is apparently winning his soldering feud with the Washington crossing Park commission the Quot Bucks county Farmer a Solomon Feinstone has been seeking a state appropriation of $80.000 for improvements at Washington crossing Park including construction of a building to House precious letters and documents from revolution Ary War Days All donated by Feinstone. On floor today this morning the proposal received approval from the House appropriations committee and was scheduled to have its initial Reading on the House floor this afternoon. The proposal sponsored by assemblyman James j. A. Gallagher a Levittown will come up for final passage by the House next week. If approved by the legislature the bulk of the Money a $50.000 a will be used for adding onto the Parks David Library for the Feinstone papers. Divided a Only Itu remainder of the appropriation will to divided evenly Between a plan to hire a professional librarian for the David Library and to maintain and the staff of the Washington crossing nature education Center. Feinstone had been feuding with the Park commission because he claims his letters and documents have been kept behind closed doors under inadequate humidity control. Also the papers Are displayed Only on occasion because none of the Library personnel is qualified to handle them. Original manuscript the collection contains about 700 original manuscripts by men like George Washington. John Adams Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock. Other Library collections on the revolutionary War will to included in the pro continued on Page 16, col. 4 Milwaukee. The decision erased a finding by circuit judge Elmer w. Roller in Milwaukee that the National league and its members j violated Wisconsin Law in trans Fernung the braves franchise a i from Milwaukee to Atlanta at the end of ast year. Judge roller ordered the club to return to Milwaukee unless j the league provided an expand Sion plan that would Grant the Wisconsin City a new major league franchise in 1907 the order had been stayed pending baseball a Appeal to the state s highest court. Willard Stafford special counsel for Wisconsin atty. Gen. Bronson c. La Follette said that he was unprepared to comment immediately on whether the state would take the dispute to the . Supreme court. The majority opinion said baseball seemed to operate As a monopoly but added that the silence of Congress to applying antitrust Laws to the sport was Bill debated n arms Aid Washington up the Senate tuesday passed a $2 i billion economic Aid Bill and turned today to debate on a $883 million recommendation for military assistance in fiscal year 1967. Senate leaders had some Hopes of finishing the arms Aid measure late today but conceded that thursday was a More realistic target. The economic Aid provision passed 66 to 37 after seven Days of debate. Sen. Frank j. Lausche a Ohio introduced an amendment to lift proposed curbs on arms sales to i Atin America under the military Aid program. The military recommendation from the Senate foreign relations committee would place a $55 million ceiling on arms purchases. The present Law Puls the $55 million limit on Grants to All latin America and leaves the countries free to use other Aid funds to buy military equipment. The committees action if upheld by Congress would roughly halve the total arms flow from the . South of the Border. Sales by the . Government now run slightly More than $55 million. The Senate first took up the follow up military Aid measure late tuesday after passing a one year Extension of economic and technical Aid programs except the latin american Alliance for Progress which got a two year lease on life. Ambi so victims a wounded marines receive first Aid following a communist ambush just South of the demilitarized zone separating North and South Viet Nam. Marines of the 4th regiments 2nd battalion were attacked As they moved up the Sang Ngan River to recover equipment and bodies left be Hind when k company was ambushed in similar fashion four Days earlier. The marines were taking part in operation Hastings aimed at driving a North vietnamese regular army division Back across the Border. Up telephoto by says struggle a a ear self defense Quot Viet help Lis to a is. Or invade now Saigon South Viet Nam map a Premier Nguyen Cao by gave the United Stales a Choice today of aiding South Blue skies reaches 82,700 additional contributions to Quot operation Blue skies Quot during the past week were american legion auxiliary. Unit 960, Levittown $2 Miriam k. Carp. $5 Langhorne Junior Korosis $38 06. The total Quot operation Blue skies Quot Camp fund raised to Send some 60 needy lower Bucks county children to Camp for a two weeks vacation is now $2.-699.83. Registration fees for most of the youngsters have already been paid. Many of them a now enjoying a Camp experience in accredited summer Camps Many will be leaving for the outdoor vacation in Early August. The fund was sponsored by the courier times with the cooperation of a special committee of the Bucks county Bira Cial committee for Community relations. Viet Nam another five or 10 years or invading North Viet Nam to finish the War. Citing repeated communist declarations to fight on As Long a it 20 years by told a news conference on his regimes Progress Quot we have the patience but can be say the same thing of our allies Are they ready to help us for five to 10 years if not we must destroy the communists in their reacting to the Johnson administration s repudiation of his suggestions for a military confrontation is Ith red China and a possible invasion of the communist North by 35, declared Quot there is no desire on our part to invade North Viet Nam. Our struggle is for our if South Viet Nam becomes Strong and a democratic and economically sound example he continued Quot the people of North Viet Nam will turn their faces to the South and will overthrow the communist regime. This second concept requires patience and time. This is the work of five 10 or 15 by spoke amid signs of increased guerrilla harassment in the Saigon area. Quot die Viet Cong shelled the command Post of the . 25th infantry division at Jcu Chi 18 Miles Northwest of Saigon for nearly two hours tuesday night. Within minute artillery armed helicopters and of a a a super Sabre jets carrying napalm hit Back. A spokesman said the communist mortars and recoilless rifles caused on very Light casualties in the u. Tent City. While by spoke u. S. A planes hammered at North i Nam again but ground fighter remained at Low ebb in to continued on Page 16, col. $ inside Senff they re architects of the future. Page 4. A 80 Parade on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Page 11. A a a remember the a great Airship Flap of 18w?,# Page 15. Amusements. Classified. Comics. Editorials. Editorial features food. Investor. Movies Index. 30 obituaries. 15 35-41 sports. 31-33 42-43 stocks. 18 6 to review. 387 to schedule. 43. 34 22 women s news. 18-20 w my Day classified a 3-1000. 15 night classified w1-6-4600
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