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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 30, 1966, Levittown, PennsylvaniaCompleto to listings vol. 56, no. 243 lurks in Tutu valleys greatest Home newspaper a weather fair and pleasant today tonight and tomorrow with the High today around 80, tonight s Low near 60 and tomorrows High in the Low 80s. Member Abc Bristol pa., saturday evening july 30, 1966 38 pages Price ten cents machinists head confident of Kunion vote on airline pact awaited Washington apr presi Dent John son quickly wooed negotiators to a tentative airline strike settlement but there Are signs of deep concern today whether the 35,000 striking mechanics will approve it. Negotiators worked Feve Rush 1 y to wrap up the proposed con tract for a vote by the strikers s sunday that will determine How fast the five strike bound airlines get their planes Back in the air. A this settlement will not be Johnson said in announcing the agreement in a nationwide television a a d i o broadcast barely 12 hours after calling negotiators in the 23-Day strike to the White House. His comment reflected the Touchy question of the agreements economic Impact but the governments biggest worry at the moment was to win the tied by our membership a said ratification vote. I president p l Roy sic Miller details of the agreement were a tightly guarded secret and comments from both Union and management appeared directed primarily at ending the strike. A we feel sure it will be Rati of the striking a Lujo International association of machinists. Chief negotiator William j. Curtin for United Eastern Northwest National and trans no Man s land . Bombers Pound demilitarized zone it had no immediate. Three mile half of the zone the which should have been in Theslof using Saigon i Pic a s heavy sad bombers today penetrated the comment on the raids. In other War action a Neutral demilitarized zone Doz Between North and South Viet Nam for the first a air Force. Navy Marine corps bombers flew 100 bombers hit troop areas and fortifications 20 gun positions an to ammunition dumps and weapons storage Sites none of Long the Doz As zone according to the Geneval Sanctuary As Well As a agreement. Sgt ring Board. In much the same american military men have j Way As they reportedly have accused communists1 used Laos and Cambodia missions Over the communist time and pounded it communist i North Friday and struck 10 Oil gun position Lions there. And troop Fortifica-1 depots through a barrage of antiaircraft fire one Nav plane was shot Down and its by spokesmen Sau a Jot list missing. B52 strato fortress. A i debate a american pilots carried out at Dawn about i4w Orts a smile attack by the 12-mile zonei0&Quot Plant Attar not communist targets in South Viet Nam Friday killing an estimated 148 communists and damaging or destroying 172 Viet Cong structures. The b52 attacks were made in support of the two week old a operation the giant . Marine a weep Fust South of i j the Doz that has already claimed an animated 1.500 in Washington the Pentagon communist dead the 1054 Geneva conferences that divided Viet Nam into North and South established the 1 six mile wide demilitarized i zone Between the two coun i tries installed a peace keeping c s Milita Gaum based c carried out sized attack Midway Aero Mab loved a no Man s land a the 19.v4 Geneva conference. The is. Raids seemed sure to trigger a propaganda barrage from the communist j world but the . So it Tesmen noted communist troops have a Ven using the area in violation of the International agreements. Good evening i i it wont he lung. The big plans soon will he living again. Airlines strike settled after 22 a it a at the prodding of president Johnson and Eastern National Northwest Twa and United should have their ships in the skies within hours after expected ratification tomorrow of agreement terms by 15,191 members of the machinists Union. We re Giad this one is Over a of course. But too bad White House intervention was necessary to bring both Union and airline to their senses. Temperature Down humidity Down and its Cool pleasant sailing for the weekend. Team that has proved largely inadequate and barred troops from the area. . Spokesmen said the b52s hit Midway Over the Southern rim it dlr Tirol re police chiefs 0 William f. Riempp jr., chief of re Salem township police was elected to the executive Board of the Pennsylvania chiefs of police association during the organization s 53rd annual convention held recently m York. The chief will occupy the Post for a three year term. Three arrested a three top leaders of the racist National states rights party Srp were arrested on riot charges As Baltimore courts acted to prevent a recurrence of the Rac Ial rallies. Two of the leaders. Connie b. Lynch cent Erthe party a chief orator and Joseph Carroll right youth director of the party a Maryland chapter Are escorted by unidentified Man after being released on 53,000 and $2,500 bail. Up telephoto lug Al action stalls racist rallies world airlines expressed pleasure at the settlement of the a difficult and prolonged strike. But no planes can Fly until the proposal is accepted by the Union members who have thrown contract agreements Back in the Teeth of their leaders in the past. Based on the last reported Union demand and airlines offer the contract seemed almost certain to provide wage increases of about 4 per cent annually Over a three year period. While this is in excess of Johnson a yardstick limiting average wage increases to 3.2 per cent a year the president noted his guideline policy left room for bigger hikes in special circumstances. Quot the fact that productivity has advanced so rapidly in the airline Industry Means according to All participants in the settlement that this settlement will not be inflationary a Johnson said. Some observers saw this As a hedge against later claims that the Union had won its economic argument that workers deserve a fatter share of airlines profits. A this settlement will not contribute to any increase in prices Quot Johnson said. Before the settlement the Union lad demanded wage increases up to 53 cents an hour Over 3ft months for top mechanics who now earn $3.52 per hour the airlines last reported Money offer was roughly 5� cents an hour Over 42 months. Hewing to guidelines the stalemate before Johnson a intervention stemmed in Large part from the airlines is Stence in hewing to the White House guidelines. Yufun t settlement announcement was notable for skipping 0fny mention of economic Impact. Siemiller a endorsement of the announced pact appeared soberly thoughtful. He had earlier told the Senate labor committee considering emergency legislation to halt the strike that his highly democratic Union would Quot Tell me where i could i go if he recommended a con tract containing less than they demanded he reminded the senators who suspended consider lion of legislation after Johnson stepped into the dispute that the final decision was not in his hands but in the hands of the a strikers. Causes concern this is what causes the con continued on Page 3, col. It sen. Clark w Ife split Washington a . Ready to 40 a ticket agent Valeric Loberg United air lines proclaims a United is flying again Quot in anticipation of the end of the 22-Day Long strike by International association of machinists up telephoto in economic crisis Britain asks Law to Lino employers London up a Britain a Trade unions and management Walior government seeking in Britain muscle to Back up its wage the beleaguered prime minis Price freeze asked parliament Ter paid a flying Call on today for authorization to slap Canadian prime minister Ideh after some six but you know six months hence Well Probach by yapping for some of the warm Day we be been yapping against. J Baltimore. My. A and were treated at a hos flowing an anti negro rally by preacher who was one of the i Jugal action has stalled racist j Petal. Police reported one ar-1 the party a the third such rally five persons charged with not a sen. Joseph s. Clark d-pa., has announced he and his wife weeks of Raiciu in Baltimore but a White a a i in four night scorching weather maybe the supremacist warns a a you la be the warning that More would Man could keep it on the More seeing More and hearing More out in Force be heard from the party came comfortable de from now our of meanwhile City police turned from Conroe Lynch an itinerant negro and White youths threw out in Force to insure that an in. _ bottles rocks and Metal pipes Junction against the National Iii pii of cd 1411 at each other in a 20-minute Bat states rights party forbidding tie Friday night on North Cas rallies would be obeyed there 1 i l i lie Street a predominantly be was no rally. I 14 Ioil Ltd 44l Gro Section of East Baltimore. ,. 4. _ j officials of the organization Ntim firn Piv what apparently started As a had indicated earlier they would my in presentment returned Bya a. To. I the former Noel Hall have sep the a a Rand jury. Ill a a a a a a a mar. Too patrolmen Ridge. Some 400 patrolmen swarmed Clarks prot a Secretary Laruis Over Riverside Park in South Baltimore the scheduled rally $1 400 fines on employers who defy attempts to solve the nations economic crisis. The measure and other requests for extraordinary Powers were officially presented to the of commons this morning shortly before prime minister Harold Wilson was due Back from a Quick visit to president Johnson m Washington. England s prime minister mar old Wilson confers with or. Johnson on some of Britain s critical economic woes and you can say it again this Auster turned into a its program the prime minister has had to impose is a Tough one. Search for mall fracas among four youths abide by the injunction issued carrying Brig Gen Ahen about i charged into the area larger skirmish Friday. 20 White youths five persons were a dwelt was the dc3 Joseph prolonged today in staged because debris was spotted in with rioting after White plutus the area of the Pacific where a 33-Yearold Man and a 41 roamed through negro neigh. His plane disappeared six Days year old woman received minor Bor hoods thursday night Fol ago. Phillips made the announcement. Clark was not available for comment. The Clarks were married site while White residents of the neighbourhood stood in clusters on Corners and sat on Fronti april it. 1035. In Laius Tlle by Stoops watching the proceed mrs. Clarks former Home. She togs. Lis a descendant of William c. C. Claiborne first american governor of Louisiana. Prime Ter b. Pearson in Ottawa continued on Page 3, col 4 fair weekend is Forres i a rain area which brought morning cloudiness to Lar War Bucko county is expected to Niass Well South of our area to give us a fair and pleasant weekend. Well the British have Hilor i j j v buckled Dow r Whei the they re Down 1 11 a it it hot Ever awarded chips Are Down and Well see Chris Short had it ail his Way last night at Forbes Field until is the roof caved in in the Kwh Tough going for our phils. The government proposals were outlined in a govern men to White paper Friday but the the Northern Edge of the text became available to Cloud pattern blanketed lower members of parliament today Bucks while Washington do and thus was Only then opened Virginia and West Virginia were to discussion. J subject to Light Shower activity Wilson is attempting to slam daytime temperatures should the lid on the steady Rise lube near to t Oday and a bit thursday night a rally in a a it Quot an Ltd per Ltd in a m to higher tomorrow after an Over Patterson Park featured anti Ier Eam the a rim economic Pic night am near <9. Fair weather negro speeches and when the mrs. Lark was reported Fri a Ture. Is forecast for monday with Ris gathering dispersed White Day to a on her Way from the his a save Buntain econo-,10 natures continued on Page 3. Cot. 1 Clarks Home in Philadelphia to my Quot proposals have brought Chance of ram through the i angry opposition from both weekend is near Zero marriage was the Sena a Tor s second and mrs. Clarks i first. Clark who will be �5 on i Easthampton n y. The Camp oceanic Mongiven a-99 la a Iii but you be got to give those wondrous bucs credit. All y ear 51 they be just never known they were being beaten. With the Short skirts that Are popular these Days its not the initial length. It s the up creep. I big trouble with America s i foreign relations is that Moat of Mem Are broke you driving during the week end be careful. Go to Church tomorrow. Camp Ock Nickon Bucks count boy scout Council s Camp at Point pleasant was awarded an a a am rating by Calvin Hall Deputy regional scout executive and Paul Hafer Boyer town. Vice chairman of Region Iii committee this is the highest rating Ever awarded to Camp Ock Nickon Hall commented that this was the first �?oa-99&Quot which he has presented. Robert w. Rorick Camp director was presented the a a campy Flag which will be flown through the balance of the camping season gifts from firms Hall and Hafer reviewed the Camp analysis with the Council executive Board. The additional tents dining Alvs new tent platforms Road repair and water system being installed Are the result of gifts of monies and materials from . Steel Rohm and Haas co., Paterson parch ment paper co., and Worthington construction co., All in lower Bucks. Sky Lake Camp Tyler Hill. A. Was reviewed and received a a a a Hka rating sky fake is now in its second camping Tea son with nearly 400 scouts participating in a wilderness camping experience. A the Council campy said Hall is scouting a a outdoor educational Center its purpose is continued on Page i col. I j oct. 21, a. Married in Stepiem Liber 1926, to Elizabeth s. Jinks by 11 of Morristown. . That mar i Ridge ended in divorce in 1934. Ii Clark served As Philadelphia s controller and then mayor following world War 11. Lie was elected to the Senate in 1956 in an upset Victory Over Republican incumbent James h. Duff. He was re elected to a second ii year term in 1962 Phillips said Clark a not i yet decided whether he will seek ? re election in 196k. The Clarks have a daughter mrs. Edward Terhune Miller of Washington. The senator has a son by his first marriage Joseph s. Clark 3rd. I double Geo in re some of our Carrier boy took a rip. There a a Page full of picture of i heir trip on Page 4. 9 9 9 in addition a weekly highlight our Magazine Page present Good Reading on Page to. Index amusement 14 Magazine. 21 classified. 15-19 movies. 5 comics. 29-21 sports. 12-13 editorials. It to schedule. 21 editorial features.7 women a news. A a obituaries. Is. Jacoby. S Day classified i 11999 Junior reporter. 29 night classified i 1-4699 i my met Mimm Mimmy Mmith \ v

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