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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 11, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Sucks county i depth a Plant. Bra Stol. Pa., Friday april la. 193d. News of sports Bristol High school nine wins opening game from Newtown anti freeze solutions should be drained to prevent heating the Cardinal and Gray baseball team of Bristol High school won their opening game from Newtown High on tuesday afternoon by the score of i to 0. The game was a lower Bucks county league tilt and was played before a Small crowd of fans due to the cold and Bleak Day amid several Snow squalls. The Day was More suitable for football than the great National pastime. I he Lone tally of the Gam came in the fourth inning after Gaffney drove out a two base hit. Lie stole third base and came Home in a single which came off Lafferty Bat. The teams could not show their real playing due to the fact thai their hands were cold and that a Strong wind was sweeping the Field. Both twirlers were about even in strikeouts and walks. Newtown outhit the locals but use them to advantage. This afternoon school will travel play the team from lower Bucks let Lansdowne ladies. 667 700 819 Bristol elks. Summerville elks. 776 737 756 769 797 688 . Married men k. Of c. Single men 638 713 643 689 671 1 726 i . Married men a. O. Ii. Bingle men 551 743 533 562 572 j 670 Bristol elks. West Cheeter elks 736 889 821 824 7fi2 847 Bristol. Cam. In. 7 to 6 7 8 5 906 860 941 i 83 5 two Man match Bristol. 352 Camden. 3 21 298 362 338 j o 1 o w i Twilight league elect anti freeze solutions should he drained from the automobile As soon As the Winter season is definitely Over and failure to give proper attention to the Cooling system in liable to seriously interfere with motoring in the pleasant months ahead according to Ernest w. Tall Man general manager of the automobile club of Philadelphia. Or. To 11 a ii pointed out that overheating of the engine paves the Way for of of Nim of possibly an car in lion when a this Fage three toil is flu Evjy Large number of owners Are guilty of indifference not removing the anti freeze Solu cold weather passes. Is one of the most frequent causes it overheating and resultant engine trouble such As scored cylinders. Piston seizure bearing destruction and valve deterioration. Attention to the Cooling system in warm weather is one of the safest ways to protect the life of the the a. A. A. Club executive said that As soon As warm weather approaches the anti freeze should be drained from the engine and the Tho soda filled. A some before Radiator re-1 solution there is added reason for prompt attention with the Advent of forms of anti freeze have swarm weather As it serves to reduce destructive effect on Hose connect ithe boiling Point to below that of i�?T1 1 \ permitting them to shrink. I the regular water Content normally when they Are expanded by the water with which the Cooling sys-1tem is tilled in warm weather they Rice grass Long considered a Are Likely to be found porous and ill worthless fitting. A if the anti freeze is an alcohol nuisance is now being utilized to add yearly to the inhabitable and tillable area of Holland. A a a Cooling system washed out with a serious damage and will do soda solution to remove Scab and Iii Ore than anything else to rust from tin inside of the Radiator impair operating efficiency. A service records of a. A. A. Motor clubs a he Continuer reveal that and water jackets. A on top of this a he added a pure water should be used to flush out a a i z classified advertisements minimum rate under this head 2 5 cents for three lines or less per insertion i cents a line for four Linos. 7 cents a line for five lines 5 cents for each additional line after the first five lines. Ii ii in no a wow officers for 1930 season St Romp is. Pico 2b. Marilla 3b. Gaffney of. Reese of Lafferty c. By Lorenz Lorf Stallone la Hart Newtown Cooper 2b. White Perry c Barone of j. Shields is Hill la b. Shields of Kassay of Crump 3b. Newtown Bristol double Lafferty. 0 0 the local High to new h Ope to that town in a e game. H. S. It. Of. O. A. E. 0 i 0 i 0 0 0 i i 0 0 0 i i 0. I 2 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 8 i 0 0 j 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 2 a a 6 o i of. A i i 7 2 v los. It. La. O. A. E. 0 i 2 0 0 0 0 i o t 0 0 i 8 a o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i i i j 0 5 18 6 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 to 0 x i Ion i to Hart to at tile last meeting of the Bristol Twilight league held in the offices Jot d. Land ret h heed company a. Theirs were elected for the ensuing year. Those elected were president David Landreth vice president Thomas Juno Secretary and treasurer Francis Ellis. Only six teams will be in the local circuit this season. The it Anis Are St. Annas federals independents Emilie Croydon and a. O. H. Cornwells and Tullytown could not be added to tile league this year. William Moran Croydon Cha i is Mclafferty a. O/ii., and John Morrell Emilie Wert placed on the rules and regulations committee. At the meeting this evening in the Landreth offices these rules and regulations As Well As the contracts j and schedule will be passed upon. St. Annas and Emilie will clash in the opening Gam t to b played on May 5th, and Croydon will me t the independents on May 6th. Al games with the exception of a few Home games of Croydon and Emilie will Ink played St. Annas Field and will Start at 6.30 of clock. Play s 2 base hits Gaffney Hill. Stolen bases Gaffney 2 St Romp Lafferty. Bases on balls off Hart 2 off White 2. Strike Hart 7 by White 8. White and Parrell. Outs by umpires Croydon boys club to open season this sunday the Croydon boy a club open die baseball season this sunday on the Houri grounds state Road and Emily Avenue when they Cross bats with the 47til Ward nine of Philadelphia. The boys from Croydon have b on practising for two weeks and Are in Fine trim. The team is composed of nearly All last years players. Last years nine had a very enviable Roe Bowling league news of the past week 2 7 out of 29 games match games featured the playing on the local alleys dining the past week. These games Are furnishing much excitement and the alleys have been crowded nearly every evening. I he Bristol league standing shows Rohm amp Haas and Amisson tied for first place with Keystone third. The Industrial league remains the same with Rohm amp Haas leading elks second and Keystone third. The til Lee High average men in tile Bristol league Are Deiterich first with four men tied for second and third place honors. In the Industrial league Steele still holds his place with three men tied for Ond and third place honors. Below Are the results for week along with the averages match games. Bristol league fire co. No. 2 is american legion Rohm amp Haas is Keystone. Amisson is. Fire co. No. amp Haas is fire co. No. 2. Amisson is. J old winning played. The team will come out in new uniforms this year. They Are under the management if w. Foerst and their business manager is William i Moran sr., they would irk to Hiar from other first class Amateur teams 1 tor sunday games at Croydon. This year the Croydon boys club is entered in the Bristol Twilight league. They will play four Ganus a week two at Home and two away. The players feel confident of having another Good year and Are already for the cry of a play that will Start them off. Car Arois a i u i i i poodle wanted wanted to buy a French toy for rent garage for rent to first class Mechanic. Suitable for body and fender business Auto Painter or any a Stoekl Fern in preferred. State business requiring a floor Price and write mrs. A. M. Garland j 56 Lafayette drive port Cheater n. Y. 3 7-39. Poodle Puppy not Over two months old. Must be Small and of healthy wanted old automobiles Fot parts. Best prices paid for Good cars. Phone Bristol 351. H. R. Sattler fifth ave. And state Road Croydon. 35-tf. For19 Sale Studebaker Victoria a excellent condition. Price has been reduced for Quick Sale. Percy g. Ford 17 76 Farragut ave., Bristol a. Phone 423._4 0-41. For Sale Ford town Sedan like new. Only seven months old. Decided saving for someone. Percy g. Ford 1776 Farragut ave., Bristol a. Phone 423. 40-41. A floor space of 7 s feet by 7 5 feet. Good location on Highway in Bristol. Phone Bristol 351. 41-42. Legal advertirt.mt.iyt8 administrators a t y. Of valuable real estate and personal property in pursuance of county on Satin i of clock for rent three or four room apartment unfurnished. M. L. Jarvis 521 Radcliffe Street. Phone 129-m. For rent about 4 000 Square feet floor space second floor private Entrance suitable for meeting Hall sign Painter Light manufacturing Etc. Rent reasonable. Phone Bristol 351. 41-42. We our greenhouses Ere gorgeous with Plant Are proud to sell you. Our hydrangeas azaleas roses Perns and Cut Flowers that for Sale Dodge fastest four Sedan Here is a Good car priced Low Fen Quick Sale. Percy g. Ford 177g Farragut ave., Bristol. A. Phone �?�123.__ 40-41. For Sale Bungalow-�?5 Rolt is and Bath Large attic hot water heat. Garage near schools. $4300. Ii. W. Lowell Avenue Andalusia. 41 cafe in j v. Correl i Lusia a. For Sale coloured baby stroller Ood condition. 5. Mrs. A. 519 Cedar Avenue Anda 41. List includes hyacinths tulips lillies drae Enas Calce Larias bouquets a Large and Small come and see us whether you buy or not. Bristol Flower growers a Ond Street phone 373 Bristol a. For Sale 1930 Dodge Sedan cheap. Apply dries furniture store Mill and Pend streets. Bristol. 41. 41. For rent six room Bungalow modern conveniences $2 5.00 per month. No children. P. Bugelli Lowell Avenue Andalusia. 41. Guinea pigs Etc. I buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mice rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4832 Griscom Street Frankford a. Of. Third Load of Kansas horses Higgins Bros will have their third express Load of 2 6 handsome horses and a few mules at the Brick hotel stables Newtown for inspection on and after March 31. All to be sold at private Sale. Selected All purpose work horses teams and single chunks. Noises and mules taken in Exchange and offered for re Sale phone Newtown 14. At fair prices. Higgins Bros. Merer Riverside tonight Only Joan Crawford it and Graff cast in a a t a a an order of the orphans court of Bucks will be sold at Public Sale Day May god 1930, at p. Al. Standard time on the premises All that certain Messuage and lot of land situate in the Village of Cornwells Heights Bensalem township. Bucks county pa., on the southerly Side of the Frankford and Bristol Turnpike Road adjoining lands of Charles Austin and others containing 27 i perches of land More or less. The improvements consist of a Story Frame dwelling House with tin roof divided into rooms of convenient size and adapted for us As a double dwelling with porch Shade and fruit Trees. This property is located in the Center of the Village convenient to the new High school As Well As to trolleys bus lines Aud railroads. This Sale presents a splendid Opportunity for anyone reeking a comfortable Home in a desirable location or for a profitable investment. Sale positive in order to Settle the estate of a decedent. Real estate terms�?10% in Cash or equivalent at the close of the Sale and the balance within thirty Days thereafter. Personal property immediately Atter the Sale of the real estate will be sold the following personal property six old fashioned Cane seat chairs Wash bowl and Pitcher Bureau Platter and two looking glasses. Terms of personality Cash at close of Sale. Willi a Al e. Hibbs Admi cd. B. N. C. . Gilkeson amp James Attys. 41-44 notice i he Board of school directors of the school District of the township of Bristol Bucks county. Pa., will offer at Public Sale on May 3, 1930, at ten of clock a. Ai., Standard time at the Bristol Trust company 208 Radcliffe Street Bristol pa., $35,000.00 tax free Bonds of the school District of the township of Bristol Bucks county pa., said Bonds to Bear interest at 4 vie Coupon form payable november i and Alay i with the privilege of registration $1,000 denominations to be dated May i 1930, and to mature As follows a a untamed 99 wild youth wild youth in the Tropic Jungles wild youth that tracks her Quarry to the wilderness of new York. An amazing Romance one of the greatest talking film productions so far produced Keystone Bristol league. 856. 819. 96 5. 842899. 779. 1007. 915. 943. 849 standing 891 858 852 823 989 914 880 934 906 929 t i 814 947 800 900 754 889 861 990 812 ten Day furniture metro tone news added comedy Rohm amp Haas. Amisson. Keystone. Harriman. Y. Al a. Fire co. No. 2american legion. Phila. Sub. Fire co. No. Pacific. High average men Deiterich Ai Bisson. Kilian r. Amp a. L. Amisson Amisson. Wenzel r. Amp h. S. Miller y. Ai a. Stewart in amp ii. Shargo Amisson. Kirsch Keystone. Henry american legion. J. Amisson Amisson. Won. 2828 19 is. 18. 18. 1814 to to. 36 365. 35. 9. 35. 36. 32. 36. 19. 30 lost 8 8 17 is 18 18 19 Jim my 26 26 .188 .187 .187 .187 is .185 .185 .184 .183 .183 835,000 Cash Purchase of living room bed room and room goes on Sale on f riday at record breaking values. Stop and see our windows with everything you need at prices in years. Dining lowest Becker mohair suite extra special at a a a i Apin Quot run a fat rip a. A v. A a a is so a hot a a j pc. A a a a a a. It a Industrial league Phila. Sub. Is. 656 621 Keystone. 720 677 Rohm amp Haas is. 78 7 752 Phila. Sub. 664 636 Industrial league standing won Rohm amp Haas. 33 elks. 27 Keystone. 26 Schutte amp Koerting. 13 Harriman. To Phila. Sub. 8 Industrial league High men Steele Keystone. S. Keers r. Amp a. Veit elks. Mcdevitt Harriman. Phipps r. Amp a. Kenyon elks. Hellyer elks. Jones Phila. Sub. Ott Harriman. Hughes. R. Amp a. 666 687 781 669 lost 6 12 13 26 29 j 31 average _ Insp Iii i rnttcju1 # too Lehigh Bernstein i 30 Pound mattresses extra special saturday afternoon and evening metro Goldwyn Mayer $1,000,000 picture featuring Lionel Barrymore Jane Daly Lloyd Hughes Montague love and a wonderful cast in mysterious Island More than two years were needed to make the wonderful undersea spectacle. Hurricanes were fought denizens of the deep were braved positively the most unusual most interesting picture we have Ever shown and a thrilling fanciful Story that outdoes even Jules Verne a another episode of a King of the Kongo comedy a the first seven years monday tuesday and wednesday first National and Vita phone present the Dainty Marilyn Miller Queen of musical comedy in Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bond number Bonds number Bond turn Ber Bond number Bond number Bonds number Bond number Bond number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number All bidders undersigned previous to the above mentioned hour certified Check in the sum of $1,000. Made payable to the treasurer of the above mentioned school District As evidence of Good Faith. These Bonds will be sold subject to the approval of the department of internal affairs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and subject to the approving Legal opinion of Gilkeson amp James esqs., Bristol a. The right is reserved to reject any or All bids and no bid for less than will be considered. Arthur Seyfert 41-44. Secretary. 1on May i 1933 2. On May i 1934 3on May i 1936 4on May i 1937 5on May i. 1938 6. On May i 1939 7on May i 1941 8on May i 1942 9 on May i 1943 10-11 on May i 1944 12. On May i 1945 13 on May i 1946 14 on May i 1947 15-16 on May i 1948 17. On May i 1949 18. On May i 1950 19-20 on May i 1951 21-22 on May i 1952 Bond number 23 on May i 1953 Bonds number 24-25 on May i 1954 26-27 on May i 1955 28-29 on May i 1956 30-31 on May i 1957 32-3n May i 1953 34-35 on May i 1959 must Deposit with the Legal notice notice is hereby Given that the partnership heretofore subsisting Between Frank j. Whyno and John f. Nocito heretofore carrying on a Cigar store business at 515 Wood St Bristol. Pa., under the style of Whyno and Nocito has been dissolved by Mutual consent. All the debts due and owing by said finn will be paid by John f. Nocito who will continue to carry on the business at the above mentioned place. Frank j. Whyno John f. Nocito. Gilkeson amp James attorneys. 39-41. Estate of Anna notice h. Quicksall Depp it pm 39 39 24 13 36 it 39 39 39 special matches Kresge of Trenton 86g 86 am lessons. 002 two a n Kresge Ami sons match 331 335 861 312 32 5 .167 .163 .163 .16 .160 .158 .158 .158 .157jg. I 5 5 18 j 8 16 5 5-piece Reed suite displayed in our Pond Street window. Extra special Iii Imohl egg flask Sally entirely in color Here is the biggest comedy hit of the season Joe Brown splays a the Diker Alexander Gray sings Roy Barnes is there Tco and a huge Beautiful chorus marvellously Beautiful every scene in color wonderful song hits sensational dancing a $5.50 metropolitan production done to fail to see it comedy. A Vernon s aunt Paramount sound news a a thursday and Friday first National and Vita phone present Billie Doye in estate ceased. Letters testamentary on the above estate having been granted to Tho undersigned All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make payment and those having claims to present the same without delay to Emma k. Shaw executrix 37-42. Cornwells Heights a. 387 383 miss mrs. Brady of Plum of Camden. 40 1 Bristol. 518 Bristol ladies 04 90 so i $250 bed room suites. $168.00 Bridge lamps. $1.85 radio benches. $1.95 scoop chairs extra special. $7.95 smokers. 90 Magazine Racks. $2.50 values. $1.25 tables. $1 of unfinished Kitchen chairs $1.25 Medicine cabinets $2.50 tallies $1.00 boudoir lamps $2.50 values. $1.00 hundreds of More items at 50 cents on the Dollar. Corner Mill and Pond streets Bristol a. The fainted Anne a new singing end dancing Billy Dove is revealed in this great picture. She s a night club hostess and jazz entertainer de luxe hear the new song hits metro tone news comedy a a Christmas cheers estate notice estate of Susan t. Iredell deceased. Letters testamentary on the estate of Susan t. Iredell late of Bristol Borough Buks county Pennsylvania. Deceased have been granted to the undersigned who requests All persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent to make known the same and All persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to Elizabeth n. Iredell executrix 1119 Radcliffe St., Bristol a. Or her attorneys Gilkeson amp James Bristol. _37-42. Estate notice estate of Thomas Franklin Vande grift deceased. Letters of administration on the above estate having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make payment and those having claims to present the same without delay to George f. Fitch administrator. 37-42. Eddington Bucks co., a t

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