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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - May 30, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Little giants the classified advertisements of the Independent have tremendous pulling Power. Head them and profit Ouk aim to be helpful to every Good cause to Deal fairly by everybody to keep our Columna clean to be constructive. 10th year no. 48 entered As second class matter at Post office at Bristol. A Bristol. Pa., Friday. May 30. 1930 8 pages�?56 columns five cents a copy. Memorial to civil War veterans provided by late capt. Landreth will be unveiled this morning round about town senator gave $291,000 of the amount from his own rocket Davis says he spent and fledged less than $11,000 Brown Davis funds not yet reported representative of sen ate Campaign investigating committee visits Borough in response to letter sent prior to the recent primary effective today buses will co through Otter Mill Radcliffe streets Jefferson Avenue Pond and Highway Croydon route not changed or. Mcfarland representative of senator Nye chairman of the Senate Campaign investigating committee. To which Franklin Gilkeson and others sent a communication before the recent primary visited Bristol yesterday afternoon to obtain facts relative to the conduct of the primary in Bristol Ami Vicinity. The representative of senator Nye conferred with or. Gilkeson and others. What information May have been Given him if any. Was not made to id in yesterday. Good Progress is made on Bristol Burlington Bridge Leberger Quot tells Story of battling under six flags among the papers left by Tim late capt. Landreth was the following imaginary autobiography of the Bronze gun a ale Berger which surmount the Granite Monument dedicated today at tin Post office ground. The Story was written years ago by capt. Landreth. It is of much local historical interest for interwoven into it Are facts of Bristol history Many strangers in town. Anyone who moves about town very much cannot fail to note that there Are Many new faces to be seen. Most of the newcomers were attracted Bete by the growth of the Keystone aircraft corporation. They Are making business Good for the restaurants and theatres and they spend Money in our stores. The new industries in South Bristol ate employing local help almost exclusively. There Are rumours that other Industrial concerns Are looking Over the facility a of Bristol and i hat before a great a Hile we Rhall have additional Industrial act Ity Here. While there Are still plenty of a it ant tenements in the Borough. There is a shortage of Bachelor quarters. Nearly All the available looming facilities have i we to Taka. Scleral new Homes Are being built in the Harriman Section. There is j considerable construction of garages and stores also. Ail in All. Biasiol May be said to be enjoying Prosperity. Lets go places a at grand theatre next week a uti Mph Poi i a an Allt amp King movie tone melodrama will be the feature tomorrow afternoon anti evening at the grand theatre together with four acts of vaudeville and Bathe sound review. A Holiday matinee will be Given this afternoon at 2.110, when Elinor Cly ifs latest Story a such men Are dangerous a will be the feature. There also will ire a comedy a such a life a a and grand theatre news. Next monday and tuesday the feature will be the musical extravaganza a a lady a go places a with a Large cast of stars. Two comedies also Are billed Quot Prince Gabby a and a big time Fox movie tone news also is featured. On wednesday Dolores Del Rio will be seen in Tho pict i Iza Tion of Longfellow a immortal a Evangeline a with a matinee at 2.30. There will be a comedy a Romance de and Bathe sound news. Next thursday and Friday will bring a film that has attracted great attention throughout the country a the Case of sergeant Grischa a with Chester Morris and Betty com Peon in the leading roles. A Mickey Mcguire comedy a a Mickey a master mind a and grand theatre news Ako Are filled. W Ould make River Road a Beautiful Scenic Highway hell make it a Dane Chalk Richard Gosling started to build a big garage on stat Road sonic time ago. Recently he decided to turn it into a dance Hall. Dick says the Community seeds a Well managed dance floor and he believes his new building v ill be just tit thing. Morris admits robbing local offices lived Here Short time sea scout troop Likely to be organized in Bristol a movement to establish a Branch of the sea scouts in Bristol is being spot. By Bristol Lodge of elks before whom or. Perry assistant scout executive for Bucks county recently made a talk on sea scouting. If it should be possible to rent the old municipal building at Radcliffe and Market streets from the Borough for a sea scout Headquarters Steps probably will be taken to bring this about. The committee in charge of the movement has not yet obtained a boat but there Are Many boys in Bristol interested in boating and it is believed that a sea scout troop would be very popular Here. Or. Byers reports recent realty sales attractions at Riverside there w ill be a Holiday mat i. At the Riverside theatre today when the feature film a playing around a will be the attraction. There also will be two comedies and metro sound news. Tomorrow afternoon and sex Ping the attraction will be Lorena Young and Douglas Fairbanks. Jr., in a Elx Jse the first sound picture of the Pendleton Rodeo will be shown an our gang comedy and other attractions. Next monday tuesday Ami wednesday will bring a no no Nanette a the talking and singing musical comedy to the Riverside. There will be a Novelty act. A on easy Street a and Paramount sound news. Foundling being cared for by chief Jones wife Francis Dipaola funeral services for Francis Dipaola were held on saturday afternoon from the Home of his parents Luigi and Concetta Dipaola Pine Street with additional services in the Church of the apostolic Faith. Burial was made in Bristol cemetery. The Young lad was eight years of age and died of internal injuries suffered when he fell from a truck standing in a neighbors Yard. Besides his parents he is survived by seven Brothers Ami Sisters. About 22 persons members of shepherds Delight Lodge Bristol were present at the 14th annual banquet held in Philadelphia in Mcallister shall. 18th and Spring Garden on saturday May 24th
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