Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
11 Apr 1930

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11 Apr 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 11, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Little giants the classified advertisements of the Independent have tremendous pulling Power. Read them and profit. V j k a a v i v or our aim to be helpful to every Good cause to Deal fairly by everybody to keep our columns clean to be constructive. Loti year no. 41. Entered As pc Nutter at Post Bristol. It Bristol. A. Friday. April la. 1930 to pages to columns five cents a copy. Is needed to disregard by property owners of the restrictions Iii the deeds of then i Ope ii 1s resulting in the construction it structures that have no rightful place in restricted re id filial areas Aud is arousing a demand for the adoption of a Borough plan which will prevent the depreciation of residential property and the destruction of the attractiveness of Home areas. Much of the property in the sixth Ward is restricted to residence buildings but owners have ignored the restrictions and have put up garages Ami stores and More Are said to be Iii Prospect. The Only recourse property owners have at present is to bring civil action against the offending persons which usually takes the form of an application for an injunction restraining the offender from carrying out his intentions. This involves expense and time and the feeling is growing among Home owners that the Borough should take action to protect them. At present the Borough issues building permits regardless of restrictions on the property the Borough officials holding that they have nothing to do with the restrictions their duty being limited to seeing to it that the building for which a permit is asked is to be of proper construction. Adoption of a Borough plan would Correct this situation. By such a plan the Borough would declare eel the stat a i lain areas to be limited to Industry we to re i i i certain others to business certain talc Butiu m \ others to be mixed business and Iasi a p0li<\ As a it dental. Such a plan. Officially is an adopted would prevent the con a suited Striction of billboards in objection mat Able locations the construction senator Grundy demands probe of pre primary senatorial Campaign attacks Atterbury and Yare senator Joseph it. Grundy on wednesday Iii a statement to the Senath commit it on privileges and elections demanded an invest la to Galion of the pie primary senatorial Campaign now being con hic led in Pennsylvania declaring that ii id it w. W. Atterbury of that pen Sylv a Ilia Railroad who also is kept Bli an National committeeman a is now the actual and admitted head of the Philadelphia machine and that there exists Between him Aud members of the Yare machine an Alliance a for a hoped for purpose of naming a United Sis of hit fair goal shooters Wile ague championship finished a enc 308. In to picture a a a i a Miriam Rhodes Middle i Zephyr still. Bottom ii w a Glen com i Benshi la. I car w by k Kin Lilac hair. A Doan Cai rot in re it it Unity list their opponent it Whyatt i Bess Mcginley i l Abella Nills. Lea ii i p week begins monday a round about town next it am a p an up no ii,.i custom in developing wide sanitation of or Val of nuisance been Dei Mien o in w a family fight when us i it infill i a a i 41 ii i it to i Aily set knows what hat in Progress being made on factory for railway signal firm politics locally is beginning to simmer and within a very Short time will by bubbling and before May 20th, boiling. Bucks county Headquarters for the a is brow n ticket were opened slates senator a governor of Pennsylvania and members of the state Superior and supreme courts thereby Only fastening the tentacles of Railroad domination upon Tho omit Ion wealth of Pennsylvania its Public service commission and its but likewise attempting to extend that questionable and highly dangerous influence into the United states or. Grundy s appearance was to support the Norris Resolution authorizing the appointment of a special committee of five senators to investigate tit Campaign expenditures of candidates for the Senate. The committee voted a favourable report on the Resolution Ami an appropriation of $ 100,000 i expected to be made to carry on the investigation. After or. Grundy a attack on president Atterbury it seems certain that the committee will have to pay attention to the Pennsylvania situation. Or. Grundy a indictment of general Atterbury s alleged activities was vigorous and sweeping. He a pulsed the opinion that the people of Pennsylvania would Welcome a senatorial probe now rather than a punitive one later reminding the members that Pennsylvania ought never again be placed in the position of a shameful stigma that came to it through the ouster proceedings against senator elect Vare and which denied the state its full representation in the Senate for nearly three years. Senator Grundy charged a Senate Mill Sheet. Investigation was necessary because i is in Rhu rep of a in a Franklin Gilkeson is the Davis to and h no a Ipp of of the a alleged concealed flow or i Ion in the Conn pm Poi ate fund into the coffers of. Contractor poll chum. For the anime Teal Campaign tor these candidates. 11 pre in Ole incur tin a in nil Aud to ii h stores by extending the ground floor he n out to the sidewalk line in reside co operant with rial streets and in general would hot h. Assure present Home owners of pro to pc-1-i� ted Ion against destructive building Anderson has a policies. It Alan would insure tin 0j Public work development of attractive borne Sites and would be beneficial to the entire Community. Such a plan has been discussed informally by property owners in the Borough and it has much sup the idea of Village Borough it has i i i he re the Hobby i a rough in on amp Lair. Too Ami t or a i pm. In adhi it is a Hub Gilt v is by made on built it Samuel ne., in South bids recently bought by which for to abolished in to l nettle or of rail her signalling tie my of fraud and other illicit uses in certainly he has fitted up Sci ump the approaching thous quarters. The old store has he further charged that the Vare been made Over. Palms Ami potted organization was being financed in plants in profusion have been placed part by a Cost plus contracts award in the windows and about the room cd the Vare contracting firms by the Many stenographer is on duty heavy Pennsylvania Railroad. Fri la leather furniture invites the weary a. Port. And City plans is not . Been in effect in scores of communities throughout the country and within the last year the supreme court of the United Stales has hand cd Down an opinion that legalized the adoption of such plans. A Sally at Riverside theatre next week matter. Supt. Mcgee of the of Public safety Ary the the by Iii thoroughly inst cited at suit there has been a it it Merit in conditions. P generally have Tup a department. Inspections now arc in private Homes and w the property owners Lav 11 Iglus opposition some dined to it Lea up their these warnings Haw be j they Are subject to Anc conviction to a Fine of i first offence soil cellars says is arc filled with inf Nunn i tor i i in i la re in s of i ter i that g d that the Plant will bin lie mix six or n l the company then its pro is Tei Ian the by 11 Eon to i ill ill he a i Al Rill re a is i. I i Bueti fail fill rift Yea. Tory tin formerly 111111 a a i go it to the is to he remodeler rarely by the rail company. Of ight the land sonic company Manutui sed in connection Ion of railroads. Is the materials it fact ii red for it. But a Factor them it sell probably within a ii will erect a fac to rest portraits of the candidates adorn the Walls Ami in general the place looks like the lobby of a metropolitan hotel. Or. Ii Al so ii is retie it As to the details of his Campaign beyond declaring that every populous Community in the county will occupied brow ii Davis workers Pany in Jackson no a tickets in the Andalusia contest the Independent in its article last week about the contest for committeeman and committee woman in have Andalusia May have unintentionally done some of the candidates an in whether there will be a local Justice by linking them in Headquarters for senator Joseph i. J live been informed by one of g Undy is not known but doubtless the candidates that her particular the re will pc. Or. Grundy a sup candidacy is not at All connected Porter Are Busy Headquarters or no. Vrh that of any other candidate. They Are optimistic As to the vote j doubtless the same is True of the or. Grundy will receive in his hmm offer candidates. Each of the can i rough and Home county declaring dilates for committeeman Ami Coin that in Vav Iii sweep it by a huge i t tee woman May be said to be run majority. Fling on the merits of the individual tar nothing has been heard a,1<11n� 1,>ai.18�?T. Locally As to the plans of the a sop Ali an a Usia is taking keen inning wet candidate tor governor. Teit8t 111 the cutest the outcome of Tig. He feels for his my up it we. In has be i it do for i us a a Sally an All color musical com some dilapidated building Edy picture featuring Marilyn Mil a Tiute a fire menace. Lei who also played the leading 1 a in the stage play of the name will he the feature at the r\ve1 f theatre monday tuesday and mesday. Metro tone news also Wil. Be seen and other features. The show tonight will be Joan Crawford in a untamed a tog with a comedy and added feat i a. Mysterious a pied Uma 1 Hon of Jules Verne so Twenty Day. All thousand leaguer under the sea will be the feature tomorrow of Lei noon and evening. Many of that scenes were taken under water. There will be another episode in the serial a King of the Kongo. A and a talking comedy. Next thursday anti and Mosquito Hay. Friday w ill bring Billie Dove in he should b. Cd a till mid la. First singing and dancing picture House should he inde to iou a a the painted site hour recent real estate sales be a. Should by re the follow As a general Cliv Hies monday april Day. Ail sidewalk should be cleaned Hichew opened Ami the i a esd a Al la inf Lauua the neighbourhood Cabins gardens and can ii stand. Is oui i for 11 t ions. But Ai Dove ii an la tug Robinsons. R. William i a moment e Vav Asti is Ai gutters cleared imbed. Forestry Kiel Tai in a uses am and a if removed to Brinie another a landmark a gone. Wits i 15th, Hie Iii of Titi trails and roads should i this applies particularly Brandle and Briars. Wednesday april iou Aii Foi lowing i Only must evil appearance tit it Rule and Tow n of the old cd named the Ive relegated the t the St of age Roo i w till that they Biol Een e 11 ten Yard gain i thary mule ii feel had. Robin Iii holy week services at methodist Church holy i tie Lim he Mem wild i text Viii be held or. Phillips nor a it to these of the Quot Bone dry candidate for another gubernatorial term the irrepressible Gifford Pinchot. Exit of that or. Pine hot w ill \ i it Langhorne Newtown Perkasie. Doylestown and Quakertown next thursday. There ii Opal c c to ii Marge urn pastor Man methodist Epis in i Ling the Mesa knows i. White mule package of ii Pound of that knows til i Ai Jmc the Prem w p. In., Rev. J. The Langhorne i Church v. Ill pm it i id to a East Burn. Blanche amp Hardy in port the following recent sales of real estate through their office. Mrs. Maurice Emery of Philadelphia dwelling situate no. 1624 Wilton Avenue to Walter s. W Wilkinson. Of Bristol. For merchant k mechanics build scoured. Thursday Pili 17th, junk Day. The accumulation of junk and trash pm a vulgarly in attics and cellars consisting of old books papers clothes rags. Bottles cans and a b a a should by removed. Iii addition Tab Lars should by thoroughly Cleam t ing association dwelling situate and d. Corner Radcliffe and Kiln Ore streets fru a Atli. Imm. I huh. A t to Gertrude s. Rye of Bristol. Day. Put on lie v a t in for John p. And Mary c. Cullen gather tog he r the Loo end a. Of Andalusia dwelling situate by la resolve to k p the it in. Tol Pike to John a. Herbst of Frank ways clean r than it a Cut Ford. Before. For Albert Dunner of Andalusia. A two dwellings situate Bristol Pike j a a kind to animals a Andalusia to John a. Herbst of Frankford. Or. Herbst will erect a gasoline filling station. P for James f. Blanche of Bristol a be kind to animals a k dwelling situate no. 34 7 Jackson in observed throughout til con Street to Peyton m. Dewitt of the week beginning a i Bridgewater. The county society for the pre for Hattie m. Carty of Bristol Hon of cruelty to animals Ami dwelling situate no. 338 Jackson High class vaudeville. The Vasudev Iii Hills at the gland theatre been unusually High Cia ii ii is difficult to get vaudeville c Day stand months hav it the real i artists Iutva gland management. I hat the Biccs appreciate the Quality it Bills put on lately is evident the comment one hears. N an in ngh Mill w i i r put bar in sat in Days of Kite have a. Ordinal Quot big time Des to play a one editions in recent been such that some of time companies and he n Ava rat i to t he Amli of the i rom in to a i Uii ii is bad of its feed. Ii i s cts Well quickly or. Robinson Willand that mean vol in or. Robin am lamp a St 4. To Mer Zook of list Episcopu i tile Sermon. At p. La., to et-11 in in charge of the pastor. J Corge e. Less. I Bur Day evening at 8 of clock. Fill Ami popular which is very much in doubt. Friends of the candidates who seek to win Over or. Markley and the present committeeman and committee woman say they Are i Well aware of the possibility of so a dividing the vote As to bring about the re election of or. Markley and Are hopeful develop Between most frequently suggested being and May 20th to solidify the that of rim hot with senator villed anti organization strength. Glumly doubtless because or. Each Otth candidate seeking Grundy was largely responsible for the positions has a Strong following the election of rim hot in 1922. So nut on it in i 01 Hal own neighbor far there have been no facts upon Holt my but in Othel palts of Anda i in t nod. It Epi it opals pro a by of gossip As to a Nat a Cut a Quot i 111 a is a a combinations which Toliese 1 a a Lulu they i a. Ii. Candidates May make. The one a Ial 80mething Quot i debt a a 11 1 a i. Iii.,. 11 f \ it a i i xxv �?~>11 h in any l Lumens As to Lusia. As Well. Of the the various meetings i Wise old Bov. Our part time Ven t i rigs eat is a Wise Fella i. A that cat. Aff it Ion for human love til the a a Mutt a show. Put of ii week begins Alil feature of in y year will to the a mull will ire held the aider to Day. May 6th, the plat Nonnce it i later Cli Fie of tip to was tentative commit it ii i Street Bristol to Peyton m. Dewitt of Bridgewater. For Robert Dillon of Philadelphia dwelling situate no. 321 Taft Street Bristol to John Welsh of Bristol. For William p. Betz of Bristol dwelling situate no. 315 Walnut Street Bristol to Clifford Hagerman of Bristol ii week show. Ii i in pc it or n of tues along Mill to be attle co. Ii r of Rad and Jefferson Avenue in 1% suggest#4, but us turned Down the Sugges Waits out Ide in consideration for the any on of la i a Pelion not being will bring Synieth along a us yowl hot it suits. Ami Lioio Texas Vav i us cold. B Day in o our Oil Tail night May not n the office hut 1m-w Hen he is plow Ling i and one of us Imp Steps looks at us. Lev co by the a restaurant he which to base a a _ combinations a i the recently formed Republican m. \. Club with their indecisive or Dis a i 1 t 1 i put4i outcome according to How a on most of the time lately attend no. the. Rev. George e. Uss. My to his duties Iii connection with on thursday evening at 8 of clock the Tariff Bill which is now in con a the Beau Liui Ami popular lenten Ference. Once that is out of the . A penitence a Don and Way Bristol a senator will have in Ai a by mated a w ill be Render More time to devote to his can e r by the Combine choir of the i pain. Peal on 11 methodist episcopal -. A Hurth and Hie lir Stob a Trio list episcopal Chut Chi uniter the direction of prof. Albert g. Watson chorister. I he soloists will he mrs. Charles g. Catlike Soprano mrs. Russell a. Or. Amiret m.-. Ill or will pics in. Quot till a matinee we tones f. Ork. Aln Roger i a also Are on the a my i casting facts about k there will be orches i Hill for Toliese three Days a City girls three Day attraction at grand a City girl a featuring one interprets the results of the meetings certainly have aroused the vote. To intense interest in the coming primary. Meanwhile or. Markley and mrs. Pair say nothing but saw Wood. Father Wolfer addresses Bristol rotary club father Charles Wolfer one of the Christian father stationed at St. Charles Johnson contralto Ami far Roll and Mary Duncan will be if. Industrial school in Eddlnc-15 o Loo Bai ilon>.1 it a am lion to the grand theatre a it la in no ii tat school in Tudina ton tub the Bristol rotary club Mack Amon a orphan boys there at the Sennett comedy. The Bia Paloska in eel a of a a club Jekic i Lay Ile Ais commented interestingly on the a Mickey s Fox Moi intone a Quot a a nation in Haiti where he War. T the of gait. Ai a Coni a Iii Chi Oil i ii a evening. April 18th, at Ami a Mickey Mcguire comedy .45 of clock a in Iidle Light Union service will be held. The news also will in ii. Will a it next thursday and o lately in. To ilife to in Serai i e it lavishes love on its co Jim and the boy returns the of defending its Gosnik Quail persons who take interest. In welfare of animals w ill Coop rat emphasize the spirit of kindness Ward animals. The purpose of week is to Advance the eau humane education especially aim g overlooking in the children. There doubt in w ii an Opportunity be references in local pulpits t e Bristol boys virtue of kindness and teacher. In committe a the s a Hooks will cooperate with hic ims Istance of humane societies. Society lot non out Mutt. J a healthy Quot pc dog. Say x t one pleases there is nothing More appealing than a la of and Iii. Dog. The dog May a of doubtful ancestry its Bedigie Abs of i it i tip. Tin and it the to handle a Ion g Tom ii lits. Al lion s Aud follow we slip i have our f nth i i Kin ten Ai Cali by Wethi ads a Ai go in Tom that when ailed out he him. If our men message of this be i brought by the Rev. Evans. I. I District superintendent of the North District of the Philadelphia conference. On easter sunday morning tin a. Tor Vav ill preach an appropriate squawk. A Union. Baptism and reception of Complete the Bill. Stationed some yearn declaring that null i the haitians Are a evry proud people Friday. ,. Thomas of bios a he Zam Story. Quot the who cannot be Tlell with by Rambone Star v. Till sue car Val Metli ods. He extended a Correl and gee Iso o Brien Iii the Lead Ual a a a Tiki. To All persons who Ilia roles. The comedy will be a ale interested in boys to visit St. Charlie Chase feature. A the Bis u?11 1 How die Al Ltd "b8ervf How the grand theatre news will jo6 hot is who live there Are pre pared for their Battle with the i world. I. Label will Tam Pla cat this or tonight a attraction is Lenore vie. In easier sunday evening uric in a South. Sea Rose a together the member of the sunday school with a comedy. Will present an interesting program to Bai been arranged for for tomorrow afternoon i hurdy Curdy a grand theatre news. Be Falls Ami and Palm sunday music at presbyterian Church All of the above services. Evening manager Lynn has booked a or. A. Fleer baritone of the fort g a lore x St reel and i by Ltd from him. I a air a a no but i Idns to want to in pan 1 Kun and lie App i >111 Nib of Iii i i in him if oiled h Taw he w cd mid like id Bun m0il t i eed. Ami w oui to t lev i had tile in him now i i. But a we qty of Bel hummed n. I it by it Chi Fin. I arty Wal id we of is Tim Vau Devoll then Ghaly of ,.hilarteiphia, an let Tull j a v ices. us to to will Canieo s0j0ai cot Der m f Church i. I Rhi a a a Litif run Trinon nor a it a Oil of h i i Ai. Is. A Tuuu. W c. T. U. Meets tuesday to see the pets of the heart to ring boy week. The fellow a been promised the even by a cat even though that cat the Bucko county be one of the friendliest Laziest the prevention of Best natured cats in town. The monthly business meeting of the Bristol w c. T. V. Will be held tuesday evening. April to at the travel club Home on Cedar Street. Features will be a quiz on the current situation conducted by the Secretary and reports from the county Institute which is to be held in Langhorne saturday Kirby a a Story of Romance and a a. ,. 4. Iii i s. A of h an. Pm we a a. Sound review other features. V. Iii h i Del baritone Solo a command will be shown Ami i. Ment i rom handels Olivet to Calvary a on Palm sunday morning Quot a pts int Iii it Patin re Votti i in the pies bytes Ian Hurch Zacconi Bri Biol Huebl padlocked Pantet mrs. M. I. Weagley. The choir will Render the Beautiful Palm judge William h. Kirkpatrick in sunday Anthem by the United states District Coutt in Parker Wilson. This choir is now Philadelphia on wednesday ordered j rehearsing a splendid easter Anthem the Bristol House padlocked. The for easter sunday night. Further i been raided a veil times announcements will be made. A a _

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