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18 Apr 1930

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18 Apr 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - April 18, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent. Bristol. Pa., Friday. April 18 1930 news of sports Bowlin league news of the past week Ball club wanting games is to get in touch with William p. O. Box 46, Croydon a the Croydon team had an Able record on the held last repeat this season. Croydon track meet Here on wednesday will open Busy season Page three scor High asked Gray a rid Hopes to nine is Ira Ide up of All ers. They played a last sunday with the Strong aces on the Home ground. In i year the Phis evening will see the ending of the Industrial league when the plus Battle Keystone for set cond place honors. Rohm amp Haas winners of the first half Are also winners of the second half and the Battle for second place will be held this evening. In the Bristol league Rohm and t Haas is leading the rest of the teams with Ami sons a close second and rpm ,. A fire company no. 2 Are in third. Cardinal and position. The three leading average sfc0 Higl school lost their Glrst men in the Bristol league Are a me 01 tile so to on on tuesday Deitrich Killian and l. Amisson. Afternoon when they were Defeated the leaders in the Industrial a y in a lower Bucks league Are St it ele s. Keers and Veit. Jee ague Gad a 111e score of to 0.1 Many match games were played last 1 1 he was played on the latter. Field. Bristol loses game to Morrisville 1 to 0 i to track meets Are scheduled for m it wednesday afternoon. These Are lower Bucks county events. Nev town will compete with Bristol on the local High school play Field while Morrisville and Lang a practice game Home will vie with each other on i agony Langhorne Field. I the local boys Are in Good condition and have been training for i several weeks in All branches of this sport. The meet will Start at 3.45 of clock. Iee. Red Bailey led Bristol in ing honors and Clayton was Man for his team. The local que let was presented with a diver Loving cup after the game before a Large gathering of sport a i s. Line up Fegley f Bailey f Metcalf c Moss g. Strum f Els Bristol . . Pts. Gray nine of week both on the local alleys and on other wooden ways. The results for the week follows the a re As Bristol fire co. No. 1 is Phila. Sub. Y. A. Is american legion Harriman is. Pacific. Y. A. Is. Fire co. No. 2. Rohm amp Itaas is american legion Bristol 1a ague league 30 o a it Ronny amp Haas. Amisson. Fire co. No. 2. Keystone. 20 Harriman. 19 american legion. 2 0 y. A. 19 Phila. Sub. 17 Pacific. 12 fire co. No. 110 Bristol league High Battle developed into a pitching Duel Between Hart and Selzer. Both did Good Mound work Hart having six strikeouts and two walks 794 in it Selser having 10 a a �>0 j strikeouts and two w Alks. Sir ii a in Rio lo1 was held t it one Lone bit 902 919 839 1 Gaffney while the Morrisville 7 v Vici m lnana0 i to connect with Lam Al i 3. 8 Apple for three Safe Bingles. Bristol a a zit 2, j Zaas lot tar Ltd to connect with the a a jj5 l a11 80 far this season and their we n Iljin batting average is pretty Small. 8?r 91 i the local nine will meet Lang a 6 Job Home 011 the latter a Field on tues standing Day afternoon in a lower league gang. Won o 9 Deiterich Amisson h. Kilian it. Amp ii. L. Amisson Amisson. S. Miller y. A. Hirch Keystone. Stewart it. Amp in. Shared Amisson. J. Amisson Amisson. Henry american legion Sharkey h. Amp a. Average 39 39 38 38 39 39 19 39 Industrial Sel Lutie amp Koerting Keystone. Harriman is. Elks. Industrial league league 663 g91 772 732 609 659 739 703 standing won lost 10 9 20 19 20 9 9 27 29 men .190 .188 .188 .187 .186 .185 .185 a84 .183 .182 68� 79 7 71 1 7 40 Bucks Box score Strong is. Moran of. Massillo 3b. Gaffney of. Stallone ii. Lafferty c Reese if pie 2bhart Dilorenzio of Croydon boys club score opening a in Croydon boys club won their i first Ball game of the season last1 sunday afternoon when they took the 4 7th Ward nine of Philadelphia into Camp by the score of 11 to 10.1 in a spirited game. Both teams played a Good Brand a of Ball and Croydon Siag Cal a rally in the seventh and eighth innings. Scoring enough runs to give i a j the game by a one run margin. The 47th Ward nine were Gulitti of four errors while Croydon had i two chalked up against them. Croydon outhit their Coppom its having Baxter f Martin c Clayton g Roberts g 4 0 8 8 0 18 0 1 1 1 1 o 4� o 0 6 16 4 36 . . Pts. 1 .1 a a 1 1 o 2 1 5 a it 2 6 2 0 4 8 5 21 classified advertisements a cents for three lines 07 less a line for four lines. 7 cents a line for five additional line after the first five lines. Minimum rate under this head 2 5 per insertion cents lines 5 cents for each card of thanks Millard f. Geary wishes to sugar Cane planter travels 15 Miles an hour a total of 16 to their i also eight. Box-scoix1 Croydon b. C. Bristol r. 0 0 0 0n 0 0 0 0 0 ii. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 o 0 0 o. 0 118 Young in Whalen of Hill 2b. Allison is re title of Mattis 3b Sewart if Felsburg c Selser p. Morrisville r. 11. Rohm amp Haas. 36 la Kis. 30 Keystone. 29 Schutte amp Koerting. 13 Harriman. 10 Phila. Sub. 8 High average men of the trial league Steele Keystone. 4 2 s. Keers. R. Amp a. 4 2 Veit elks. 2 4 Mcdevitt Harriman. 16 Hellyer elks. 20 Phipps r. Amp a. 39 Jones Phila. Sub. 42 Kenyon elks. 40 Ott Harriman. 4 2 Hughes r. Amp 11 42 lost Bristol. 6 Morrisville. 1 -1 two base 13 t ase Whalen 30 Metzle. Bases of Selser. 2. 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o. 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 a. 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 a it 0 a. 0 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bock of Trindle Gleason Hughes Heftman Lake c a Ilam 1j Jjackson is i Crossley Check h Tryon p i Miller p la 3 b 2 b is of r. Ii. E 1 1 of o i 2 of 1 a it in 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 a 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 i Raveling Over a Field at a fifteen mile an hour clip a sugar Cane planter now does the work of Twenty men by setting the seed stalks in the ground in the Florida Everglades. I he machine mounted on a tractor Frame plows and sets the Cane i talks into two Furrow s simultaneously planting Twenty acres per Day. It is equipped with two bin one tor each firrow carrying a Supply of stalks sufficient for two acres of planting. Mrs thank the Many friends and neighbors who extended their sympathy and assistance to her in her recent bereavement by the lass of her Hus land Millard f. Geary. Eddington pa., april 15, 1930. Wanted wanted a old automobiles for parts. Best prices paid for cars in any condition. Cars bought sold and exchanged. Also repaired. George r. Shuster Bellevue ave. And state rd., Croydon. Phone Bristol 325-m. 42-45. For Sale 6-room Bungalow hot water heat All conveniences open fire place Hardwood floors enclosed porch. Situated 011 Bristol Pike Edgely. Price $5800. Eastburn Blanche and Hardy. 42-44. For rent garage for rent to first class Mechanic. Suitable for body and fender business Auto Painter or any business requiring a floor space of 75 feet by 75 feet. Good location 011 Highway in Bristol. Phone Bristol 351. 41-42. Legal advertisements administrators Star. A a valuable real estate and personal property in pursuance of a. An order of the orphans court of Bucks county will be sold at Public Sale Day May p. Standard time 011 the uses ail that certain lot of land situate in the Village of Cornwells Heights Bensalem ship Bucks county southerly Side of the Bristol Turnpike lands of Charles 011 Satur 3rd, 1930, at 1 of clock Prem it new stage and wanted old automobiles Fox parts. Best prices paid for Good cars. Phone Bristol 351. Ii. R. Sattler fifth ave. And state Road Croydon. 35-tf. Trolley pole Flash is basis of fog signal tests 11 47tii Ward Enochs Emory is Thatcher 0 j Welsh 3 b 0 Jeffries p Taylor c 0 Ricca if. 0 j a tier of a a Kelsh of 0 0 i 0 b Erlb 21 0 0 0 0 16 by Selser 10. 0 0 0 0. 0 0 10 hits Hill. Stolen Lafferty Felsburg on balls off Hart 2 strike outs by Vilart 4 7th Ward 2 0 Croydon 202 two base hits Tryon Welsh. 3 Home runs Tryon 1 0 1 1 1 1 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 14 2 Trindle Crossley base hits Check. Jeffries. 16 0 h. E. 0 o 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 a 0�? 10 j a a 11 col. Charles a. Lindbergh unwittingly furnished the idea for experiments with a log signal Light for aviators based 011 arcing. He observed that even though dense fog obscures other lights above a City flyers always Are Able to sgt a the flashing of the poles of trolley cars. The trolley pole flashing Are due to arcing and experiments now Are under Way to develop based 011 this fact. A signal a Rome room for Radium gun has armoured Walls Bristol m. E. Five wins championship Indus 168 .163 .163 .162 .160 .160 .157 .15 7 .155 .155 1 apparatus for administering Radium treatments in a London hospitals contained in a special a bomb room whose Walls Are lined wit 11 barium fear the Protection of persons in adjacent rooms. Four Grams of Radium is being used by the Hospital j to ascertain the precise value of the mass irradiation of deep seated i growths. The apparatus permits directing the rays 011 two patients simultaneously. For Sale stucco House with riverfront privileges Large living room convenient Kitchen electric stove five bedrooms two Baths enclosed porch two car garage exceptionally Good Artesian Well water All Copper screens and awnings lot 62%xl00, Well planted with shrubbery Fine neighbourhood Price reasonable Lor Quick Sale. Apply Box a the Independent office Bristol a. 4 2. For Sale Bungalow of rooms and Bath All Convent Nee $3200. Apply John Mccu Loamy Excelsior a nut Croy Dot a. A. 4o for Sale 7-room Brick dwelling with All conveniences 1-car garage excellent condition. Situated at 569 Bath Street. $5800. Eastburn Blanche amp Hardy. 42-44. For rent three or four room apart ment unfurnished. 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. 41-4 2. For Sale or rent 6-room Bungalow hot air heat enclosed porch Cement cellar garage and coops for 1000 chickens. Apply John Mcdade main Street Croydon a. 42. For rent House 7 Large rooms Bath attic All modern conveniences. Large Shady Lawn 8 acres equipped for raising poultry. Reasonable to responsible tenant apply a. Lets. Cedar and Maryland avenues Croydon. 49. Foe Sale modern dwelling 9 rooms and Bath hot water heat 2-car Gai age together with 24 building lots. Bath Road. $9000. Amp a Hardy. 42-44. Situated 111 Eastburn Blanche for Sale 6-room single dwelling hot wat r heat All convenience 1-ear a 1 ago situated in Bristol Edgely. $6500. Eastburn amp Hardy. For rent 4-room end dwelling All conveniences situated at 340 Jackson Street. Rent $28.00 per month. Eastburn. Blanche amp Hardy. 4 2-44. For rent 6-room single dwelling All conveniences situated in Maple Beach $35.00 per month. Eastburn Blanche amp Hardy. 42-4 4. Town-fa., on the Frankford and Road adjoining Austin and Otheya containing 27% perches of Lafed More or less. 1 he improvements consist of a 2 % Story Frame dwelling House with tin roof divided into rooms of convenient size and adapted for use 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 and railroads. This Sale presents a splendid Opportunity for anyone seeking a com portable 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 Tho Sale and the balance within thirty Days ther Quot ter. Be Inal property in Medit a after the Sale of the real estate will be sold Tho following personal property six old a Hio Fidd Cane seat chairs Wash bowl and Pitcher Bureau Platter and two looking glasses. Terms of personality Cash at close of Sale. William e. Hibb8, adm. D. B. N. C. . Gilkes0n amp James Attys. 41-44 l Ike Blanche 42-44. Guinea pigs. Etc. 1 buy Guinea pigs rabbits White mict1, rats and pigeons. C. D. Haedrick 4 832 Griscom Street Frankford a. Of. Bristol High nine Vins from new Hope the Bristol m. E. The championship Church league last Defeated Trevose on Church five won of the m. E. Week when they the latter a floor special matches Bristol. Trenton. 948 909 839 955 908 890 Bristol. Darby nationals. 901 943 0 it 898 926 945 Bristol ladies. Darby ladies. 676 667 809 781 7 75 688 Bristol k. Of c. Seilers of Trenton. 766 704 771 791 773 744 Bristol a. Lindley rec. 875 876 925 823 924 861 Bristol hrs. Lindley hrs. 702 887 7 3 6 847 726 851 it two Man Hirsch a. Amisson. Abbott Wagner. Match 359 359 383 391 a >83 413 it single Man m. Allen is. Keller. Match 202 183 234 168 a 1 i 184 1 206 i Bristol High school scored their second straight win within a week,1 last Friday afternoon when they i nosed out new Hope in a lower i Bucks county league tilt by the1 score of 5 to 4, on the latter a Dia i Iliond. Rotunno was the starting Mounds j Man for Bristol but was knocked out of the Box in the third inning when new Hope gathered six hits and four runs from him. Vilart who replaced him held the opposing nine to three scattered hits. New Hope held Bristol to two runs a in to the eighth inning and led by the score of 4 to 2. Gaffney and Stallone were anchored in the bases when Moran was sent to the plate in place of Reese As a Pinch hitter and drove out a Long Home run scoring Tine runs to win Tho game. Unlimited supplies of cellulose the raw material of paper artificial silk and explosives will before Long by the score of 36 to 21. J be obtained from the ail by syn the game was hard fought All Fife fheti6 methods in the opinion of or. Way through and in the final half a Herbert Levinstein president of the Bristol staged a rally and scored British society of chemical Indus enough goals to put the game 011 try. Box score Bristol r. 0 pie 2h0 St romps Lafferty Gaffney Stallone Moran 1 a it Ese if c of la f. Of shamrocks five champs of a. 0. H. League mass Ilia 3b Nicol 3 b Rotunno p Vilart p ii. 1 1 0 1 o 0 1 0 a a 0 0 0 0 o. 1 4 a. 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 e. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ? t f i i a f t f announcing the opening of a garage formerly Thompson s garage at 116-120 Pond Street near Mill Street Bristol Penna. Our business will be conducted in a first class manner honest reliable fair priced. We cordially solicit your patronage. Leroy Allen Riverside i tonight Only 1 1 Billie Dove in the painted Ange a new singing and dancing Billie Dove is revealed in this great picture. She a a night club hostess and jazz entertainer de luxe hear the new song hits metr0t0ne news comedy a Christmas cheers 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. M., 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�9f, Coupon form payable november 1 and May 1, with Tho privilege of 1 registration $1,000 denominations to be dated May 1, 1930, and to mature As follows Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond number number number number number number number number num Ber 1. 1933 1, 1934 1, 1936 1, 1937 1, 1938 1, 1939 1, 1941 1, 1942 1, 1943 1, 1944 1, 1945 1. 1946 1, 1947 1, 194s i 1949 Bond number 18 on May �1#. 1950 Bonds number 19-20 on May 1, 1951 Bonds number 21-22 on May 1, 1952 Bond number 23. On May 1, 1953 24-25 on May 1, 1954 26-27 on May 1, 1955 28-29 on May 1, 1956 30-31 on May 1, 1957 32-33 on May 1, 1958 34-35 on May 1, 1959. On May. On May. On May. On May. On May. 011 May. 011 May. On May. On May Bonds number 10-11 011 May Bond number 12. On May Bond number 13. On May Bond number 14. On May Bonds number 15-16 on May Bond number 17 011 May storage. General greasing repairing a washing and cars. Accessories saturday afternoon and evening Conrad Nagel and Kay Johnson j the ship from Shanghai j 0 o you know Conrad nag its wonderful voice hear it in this great picture thrills you never saw anything like it last chapter of Quot King of the Kongo Quot Quot love Bird Quot comedy were crowned ii. League last virtue of a 28 gypsies. Tho Aud hard final the shamrocks champs of the a. O thursday night by to 17 win Over the gar.3 was played before a Large hence of sport fans and was fought from the opening to the whistle. % both teams had each won a game necessitating a play off. Last year the gypsies were the holders of the championship Crown but the wily shamrocks wrestled it from them this season. Lake Wras the outstanding Star of the game with a total of 15 Points to Bis credit. Lawler and e. Dugan starred for the gypsies. Line up shamrocks . . Pts. 9 27 8 new j. Markey is. O. Markey c. A. Corrigan cd Tierman 3b f. Markey la g. Corrigan if Carlen 2 b War Ion die of. Ely phone r. 0. 1. 1. 1. 1. 0. 0. 0. 0 ii. O. 4 5 0 1 8 5 0 o 0 a. 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 o it 0 0 0 .0 0 4 hits Moran Offney 4 Mcclafferty f. 2 1 5 g. Dougherty 1. 1 0 4 Lake c6 q 0 15 j. Dougherty g 1 0 2 e. Mulligan g. 1 0 0 ferry g0 0 a a a 1 11 gypsies 6 28 . . Pts. Pm Dugan f. O 0 6 Roe a 0 0 0 Lawler c0 1 5 i Kervick go 0 6 Coyle g0 0 0 l. Mulligan g. 0 0 0 j a 8 1 17 time of halves 20 minutes. Referee Connors. Croydon a. C. Wishes 4 9 Bristol. 0 0 0 1 1 0 new Hope 0 0 4 0 0 0 two base Home runs Reese 2, i Lone 2. Dilorenzio 2, St Romp. 011 balls off Rotunno 1 off 27 9 2 0 3 0�?5 0 0 0�?4 Stromp Stallone. Stolen base Tierman Stal bases Hart 1 off Tunno Ely 2. Strike-011 to by 3 by Vilart 4 by Ely to Twilight league meets at a meeting of the Bristol Twilight league on Friday night it was decided to use the same official umpires and scorekeepers As in past seasons. The umpires Are Joseph Riola and John Elmer while Thomas Juno and Francis Ellis will keep the scores of the league games. The rules and regulations com j not tree submitted ih6rr report and several of the rules were revised and others added. A meeting will be j held this evening in the d. Landreth offices at 8.30 of clock. Torrid desert Sands May furnish the ice of the future and it will be twice As cold As any ice made from water. The commercial possibilities Fri Nof a dry ice from Carbon dioxide f. 10y<1011 nine Are ready j Wells lying beneath the arid us it season 011 the Diamond stretches of Western Colorado and and want to Hook games with first class teams in this Vicinity. Monday tuesday and wednesday matinee easter monday first National and Vita phone present Colleen Moore in the color spectacle footlights and fools Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number Bonds number All bidders must Deposit with the 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 Lor less than will be considered. Arthur Seyfert 41-44. Secretary estate of Anna notice h. Quicksall de 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. Estate notice of Susan t. Iredell de wonderful new song hits fun dancing singing action All the Way through. Be sure to see it our milk is our Pride milk is essential for the Young and old. The Well and sick. Its no Vitious and a perfect body building food so necessary to health. Drink Keystone s milk. Its pure and fresh from tested herds and is handled under the most Modem sanitary conditions. Next thursday and Friday William Powell in the Greene murder cases i to Book games for a s. S. Van diners smashing to Driller Vance solve this mysterious crime. A see the famous Philo estate ceased. Letters testamentary on the estate of Susan t. Iredell late of Bristol Borough Bucks county Pennsylvania deceased have been granted to the undersigned who requests All persons having claims or demands against Tho estate of the decedent to make known Tho 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. R Bristol a. 37-42. Estate notice estate of Thomas Franklin Vancie rift deceased. Letters of administration on Tho above estate having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted to the said estate arc requested to make payment and those living claims to present the same without delay to George f. Fitch. Administrator. 37-42. Eddington Bucks co., a. Any Eastern Utah Are the department of being stressed the Interior. Phone m1uk Plant 8/4-z6 Pond St coming next week the love Parade classified ads in the Independent sell things

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