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   Bucks County Courier Times (Newspaper) - April 18, 1968, Levittown, Pennsylvania                               ti- i United Fund Gives Elects At 15th Banquet The Bucks County United Fund and its parent body. Services. com- with pleasure ed Community bined business iasi nigni. Three hundred volunteer lead ers attended the 15th annual awards banquet and business meeting at the Warrington Country Club and applauded as 1. Paul Sauerbry was elected to his fifth successive term as president of 2. Thomas district manager of Bell Telephone was named UF Campaign chair- man for J. The mortgage on the tions were presented for who want to help their fellow j challenging one ami will be met labor unions and the Certificate well done'' for the cam paign in 1968. Elected officers of UCS. aside from Sauerbry. were Otto Grupp Ray Mills. Joseph p. Ceader and Harry Schigner. vice presi- Wallace W. trea- and Mrs. William F. secretary. G. King Wille. chairman of the nominat- ing committee and a past cam- paign presented the nominees. A 'Privilege' in accepting the post said ''I appreciate the confidence this reflects and will certainly do everything in neadquarters in Fairless Hills power to warrant the trust was burned. 4. About 175 plaques and cita you have placed in me It's a privilege to work with peopb men. Elected to the board of direc- tors for three-vear terms were Anthony Burton. Joseph 0. Can- William Cross. Mrs. Harry Davis. Harry S. Mrs. Burton Edward Fair- bairn. William W. Ingraham. Edward P. Katz. Joseph Len- nington. James H. Clay- ton W. J. P. Ber- tram Mrs. William Ridge. Schigner. Col. Lewis R Stretch. Mrs. Trench and James Walsh. Charles Coupland and Mrs. John Fullam were elected to fill unexpired terms. Davies. in accepting the of from outgoing chairman task ahead is indeed a THURSDAY. APRIL 1968 PAGE 3 enthusiastically and vigorously. And I see a strong- nucleus of the 196fi camoaien committee here with us Four In A Row Mills handed Davies a lighted torch. passing this symbolic mantle of campaign authority to we pledge to you and your team our total support for the upcoming drive and may this flame burn victoriously at your final meeting. We have ev- ery confidence that you will car- ry on the success initiated by Kermit L. Johannsen and King Wille and make it four in a row.1' John chairman of the building thanked those who contributed to make the UCS building debt-free. He specially thanked the three ma- jor contributors Bucks County Medical Society. Griindy Foun- dation and U.S. Steel Founda- tion. And he applauded the work of Grupp and George Otto on the committee. Sauerbry participa- ted in the mortgage-burning cer- v Gold Pedestal Awards Along with the Community Service Awards to 20 firms and of Merit Awards to 120 firms and labor unions. 21 gold pedes tal awards were oresented to individuals and organiza- tions who made special contri- butions to help pay off the UCS building debt. And there were several other citations. These key UF Campaign lead- ers were vice chair- men Catzin and Dr. John and Dr. Stanton manufacturing division Joseph Creachan. service James Dougher- food and retail Larry Ingraham. Col. govern- ment and Dr. David Bassert. Mrs. Vivi- an town and coun- and A. T. pace setters. One of the most dramatic presentations was made to the United Fund's founding presi Clyde who helped bring about and initiate the then United Services Feder- ation 15 vears ago b a u e r b i told rt atoi although this is some- what I would like to ex- tend the deepest appreciation EXCHANGE OF TORCH Thomas Davies the United Fund's 1969 campaign accepts the of from out- going chairman Ray Mills at last night's awards banquet. Looking on is Paul Sauerbry. elected to his fifth straight term as president of United Community parent body of the United Fund. and gratefulness for your many Mills said he efforts as founding thanked labor for us excel- assisted entations and award pres- E. Norbeck Ill Middletoivn Allocated To Work On Park friends in the audience and was deeply appreciative of the award. Other Awards Other awards were made John Tesauro. associate chair- paign Mills and James H. Per- outgoing chairman of the allocations and admissions com- mittee Mills accepted his plaque and isaid. success of reaching the goal each of the past three vears should not cloud the issue Introduced to the audience were County Commissioners Jo- seph 0. Canby and Charles Mer tojedith. John Mason. Doylestown Council Joseph Eld- gave invocation. er. of the UCS who repre senled Bunions on the _ building about present Dick the Community Bachman Services of The colorful annual report was made up like a book of matches and contained Sauer- bry's message. It highlighted a. graph comparing the United Fund Campaign in 1953. when it to the Pennsylvania. Speakman. of Capt. the Donald Chuck chairman of the allocations and admis- that we are still not raising sions committee and Dave Mos- By CHARLES F. McGURK Courier Times Staff Writer Frosty Hollow Park in Middle- jtown Township came in for an j expenditure of and the Bucks County Juvenile Home in Edison for by the county commissioners at its meeting yesterday. The specific payments author- ized by the commissioners at the park were for elec- trical work to Carr and TOPS IN PROMOTION The com- bined circulation department of the Bucks County Courier Times and the Burlington County Times has received first prize for excellence in circulation promotion presented by the Inter-State Circulation Managers Association. The award for 1967 was accepted at the association's recent convention by Grover Friend circulation and Harold Ritl- circulation promotion manager. Competing for the award were news- papers from a six-state area in the to daily circulation class. The department's entry in the contest was ils annual Newspaperboy Day promotion. Times LOWER BUCKS HOSPITAL Mr. and April 15 Mrs. Loveen Wood- 182 S. Canal boy Mr. and Mrs. Jack Otte. Dor- lyn Terrace Fairless girl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edger- 130 Tullytown Levit- girl April li Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Natic- 45 Park Levit- boy Mr. and Mrs. John 33 Micahill Levittown. boy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 350 Jefferson Ave.. girl Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pember- 907 Mansion girl Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stra- 3109 Glenrose Bristol girl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coyne. Oxford Valley boy Mr. and Mrs. 820 Hanford girl Lower Callus Fairless 52 To Battle Cause Of Itch Heaven help the Yesterday the Backs Cow- ty Cammfositaen added 17 peneas to the motaaito cen- tral prmram. TVey hired K last week. Tbas. at feast 52 perseas win take the swamps aad ..water courses to fieip lake the itch Mt srniner. Mare may be hired later. Slressmg apreveatiM the mast ti tea caDege ftadeots or teachers who wtfl work only dvriag the vacatiM wfl Kirch ewt stch ptteitial brcediaf places as tM bar tlrti. bataw aad the like art tMat ether carfiacd water gatheriag places where the water will statute. 20 2 Men Hurt In Accident The final tally on the were treated at Lower of injured in the school bus Bucks Hospital and released. truck collision on Route at Bridgetown Middletown yesterday was 22. in- cluding 20 students and two men in the truck. The students were Neshaminy Junior High School pupils on their way to school. No one was seriously injured and all the vie- m's Most of the students were from the Quincy Hollow section of Middletown Town- ship. The truck driver. Owen Wiley. 22. of Box suf- fered a neck strain and a truck Thomas 38. contusions of the left leg and Rensale Clean Up May 13 to 17 is Clean-Up time in Bensalem Township. The board of supervisors an- nounced last night township trash trucks will pick up trash not normally picked up by trash collector. These items include and items that are too large for regular collection. All trash must be brought to the edge of the owners' property. Brush must be tied in bundles and tree limbs cut in sections no longer than six feet. Trucks will not return to any area. Here is the Monday May from City Line to Street from the Delaware River to Hulmeville Road including Rywal Po- quessing Parks. Toesday May from neck. In contusions Linda of the left Pat 15. contusions of the and Linda Pearce. contusions of the left knee. These students live at Country Manor Route 1. Stephanie of RD 1. contusions of the left arm and neck and William Cannon. 14. of Second contusions of the pelvis. The bus Harry McCau- of 303 Western West was not treated. Townspip police said the acci- dent is still under investigation. Damage to the school bus was estimated at The belonging to the Philadelphia Electric was a total police said. County Ups Allotment The county allotment for a de- ceased veteran's headstone was increased from -S75 to S100. The Bucks County Commis sioners took this action yester- day in keeping with a recently- enacted state law raising the amount. Survivors of a deceased veter- an may apply for the headstone which is 24 inches one foot wide and 10 inches high. The inscription is limited to the name of the his date of birth and his rank and branch of the service and the war in which he served. The money may not be ap- plied to family ac- cording to Russell county director of veterans' af- fairs. Schanely estimated the county will have to add between and to its budgeted for headstones and markers this year. Board Picks Hutchinson The Township Board of Education named Ray- mond A. a 31-year- old New York to the board last night replacing Charles who recently resigned for health reasons. who is manager of department store1 subsidiaries at the Sperry Hutchinson will serve until- the remainder of Wheeler's term. The new board member holds a B.S. degree from Gettysburg College in business administra- tion. According to board spokes- Hutchinson held no official posts in the township prior to the school board appointment. Hutchinson and his Lor- who was defeated in No- vember as a candidate for school reside with their two chil- dren at 1757 Hollins Road. Prior to moving to Bensalem two years the family resid- ed in Philadelphia. 994 79 for general construction o C. H. and .0 Myron L. Fetch for architec- tural services. Payments for work at the ju- venile home included plumbing to Thatcher Plumbing and Heating Co 204 for general construction to Joseph P. and S3.420 For electrical work to Pennndge Electric Co. Tabled Certificate The commissioners tabled a certificate of payment for 401.75 to Miller and Brown for construction of new access road to Lake Townee Park in Upper Bucks until next week. Appropriations of to the Ne.shaminy Valley Watershed Association and one for to the Bucks County Association of retired and senior citizens was also approved. In other business the payment of S620 to Stphen B. Hazzard for achitec- tural services in the judges' chambers. of the liquid fuels tax funds in U.S. Treasury bills to mature on or about July 1968. minimum needs of our member agencies. Much more work re- mains if we are to attain the true potential in Bucks County kowitz. chairman of the social Sauerbry's comments in the Salvation 5ee'mecl verv appropriate last night. those organizations and individuals receiving planning division. Annual Report Miss Sue Stake. Miss we thank and honor for you are Bucks County's Torch light- ers. helping us provide a match- United less program for our Undergarment Found In Creek Search Party Uncovers Clue In Mysterious Death Of Girl permanent status as county employees to Helen L. Axenroth as a clerk-typist in the registration commission Emil F. Kliesh as a carpenter and William L. Case as a sta- tionary engineer in the public works and to Cruz M. Matias as a tray girl at Nesha- miny Manor Center. as new county em- ployee on a per diem basis Pa- trick E. Dunlavey of Levittown as a painter in the public works department and Ferrn J. Miller of Chalfont as a clerk-stenogra- pher in the health department. a change order in specifications in nine items at Neshaminy Manor Center which will cost an additional By BILL GIGNAC Times Staff Writer The investigation into thei mysterious death of a 16-year-1 old Torresdale found in a sack in the Neshaminy Creek on has shifted from the Northampton site of discovery to Philadelphia. While funeral services were being held for Candace over 50 officers from the Philadelphia Police Acade- my and police from Northampt- on and volunteers of the town- ship's fire company searched the Neshaminy Creek area in Northampton. A believed to belong to the dead was found a mile downstream from the small wooded island where Sat- urday morning's grim discovery was made by three fishermen. Found In Bag The missing from home since March was found in a canvas bag believed to be the type used by campers or to I hold baseball bats. The possibili I persons who may have seen the .ty thai the bag is of a girl the night she disappeared. i type is not being discounted. Chief Fergione is also await- evijence have ing a report from the Neshami- evidence been Provlded to authon- ties yesterday afternoon with the discovery of faded gold pan- ty hose in creek water in Play- listing Watershed Association the levels of the creek water from March 9 to Saturday when Candy's badly decomposed wicki Middletown Town- tody was found clad only in ship. Middletown Township friends and Lincoln called Northampton Police Chief Anthony Fergione and handed High School classmates attended the funeral service in Philadel- evidence in the mysterious case. sent the panty hose to the Philadelphia Crime Lab along with the bra found by his search crews yesterday between th2 Worthington Mill Bridge and uir -luiuiuigwn iuui -uuugc anu j Chain Bridge on Second Street i closed with a color photo of Miss Clothier atop it. One of the mourners was Can- dy's boyfriend whom she was to have met on the fateful night of March the night she disap- Pike. i Cause Of Death Motorists Authorities have not yet deter- mined the cause of death. Labo- Full Day Of Predictions for the April 27 auction sponsored by the Lang- horne Lions foresee a day- long affair filled with surprises and bargains. The third annual club auction will start at 11 a.m. at the Oliv- er Heckman Elementary Maple and Pine Langhorne. Auctioneer will be Butch Bauso. Refreshments will be provided by the club. According to auction co-chair- men Joseph A. Zalot and Paul proceeds will go to the club's chanty funds. Persons wishing to donate ar- ticles for the auction have been asked to call 757-3747 for collec- tion. For other per- sons may call 757-2236. Bucks Buys More Land With the acquisition of 20.18 acres of land in New Britain Township. Bucks County has ac- quired 99 per cent of the land needed for the North Branch Reservoir and the surrounding park. The county commissioners yesterday condemned the tract on which the Tri Square Camp Association conducted summer encampments for boys from Philadelphia. Camden and Tren- ton as well as from Bucks Coun- ty. The camp was conducted by the Shriners. The county agreed to pay 000 for the 20.18 acres. John T. director of the division of natural resources of the county planning commission and a member of the Neshami- ny Water Resources said the county has about four more each about one or two to obtain for the reservoir and park. Construction of the earthen which will impound nearly billion gallons of is scheduled to start in the fall of 1969 in progress at adelphia Medical Exam- iners Office on the girl s vital organs. all police in- cluding a team from Northampt- on are questioning per- sons in Philadelphia who claim to have seen Candy the night she disappeared. Fergione said the creek area was thoroughly searched yester- day and didn't feel it necessary to continue the investigation for additional clues in Northampton at the present. Hinges On Examination The entire case now hinges on the outcome of the examinations of the girl's clothing and the bag in which she was found. In police are talking to Police Arrest Five For 'Hanging Around9 from Hulmeville Road to Delaware River. Wedieaday May from Hulmeville Road to U.S. Route from Poquessing Creek to Penna. Turnpike. Tlwriday May from Po- quessing Creek to Neshaminy from U.S. Route 1 to Brownsville Road. FrWay May from Hulmeville Road to U.S. Route from Neshaminy Creek to Penna. Turnpike. Five including two were ar- rested last nieht on charges of loitering in the Levit- town Shopping Center. The arrests were made in line with a new policy on loiterers called for by Mayor Ed- ward Hunt during Monday night's Tullytown Bor- ough Council session. Two juveniles w.ere among those hauled before Justice of the Peace James V. Parto shortly after their arrest at 8 p.m. Released The Miss Antionette of 1816 Murray and Miss Karen of 571 Bath were both committed to the Bucks County Prison when they were unable to post bail. A third Ronald of 1956 Maple was fined a total of and released. The one from West Bristol and the other from were released in the custody of their parents after paying fines of each. Police Chief John Walterick and Patrolman George Ford made the arrests. won't stand for any more large groups 'just hanging around' the shopping center or any other Chief Walterick said. get one warning to disperse and then it's off to the Receive Injuries Two driA'ers were injured yes- terday when their cars collided on W. Maple east of Ash Ave. in Langhorne Terrace. John of 219 Bus- tleton suf- fered contusions of the head. Fred of 508 E. Street Road. suffered bruises and abrasions of the forehead. Both were treated and released at Lower Bucks Hospital. Their Rights Questioned A shopping center and a gas station are under construction in Middletown Township. The right of the developers to have started work has been questioned by the township planning commission. The two projects are a small shopping center at Woodbourne and Chickenfoot Roads and a Shell Gas Station at the corner of Oxford Valley and Wood- .bourne Roads. Louis A. chairman of the said the ap- plications were not properly processed and approved. To Re Reviewed Final plans for the shopping center are to be reviewed by the commission tonight. Goldberg said construction the gas station started before it was Weather JIT SUNNY LOCAL Fair and mild through high both days in the low tonight around 50. partly cloudy and warm with chance of showers. Precipita- tion Near zero to- 10 per cent 20 per cent tomorrow. High 69. Low 44. Low this 46. Sunset p.m. Sunrise a.m. Sunset p.m. TOMORROW'S TIDES At High a.m. Low a.m. High p.m. Low p.m. for the tide at add'15 minutes for high tide and 45 minutes for low tide. Uletl die cU ed i behind the site would be ignated for a park. It since has been so leaving no objection to the but the property was formerly- zoned for residences. Gas sta- tions are not permitted in resi- dentially zoned areas. A statement in the minutes of the commission used stronger language. It said building per mils for the two sites had been issued illegally by the township building inspector. AIMnr. clear cloudy cttir cloudy Hifh lew Pr. 71 It II 41 73 M Cttvdy LM tlttr clwtfy New cloudy ctavdy KlpM Itn clMr cttir cMir cMir It n a 47 N H tS 17 74 H 51 a 71 71 41 75 M U N n 47 U 31 53 71 51 54 U M 71 44 H 34 41 31 44 N II M .01 .13 .17 .17   

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