Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
27 Nov 1930

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27 Nov 1930

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 27, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania The Home newspaper of lower Bucks county clean constructive progressive entered As second class matter at Post office at Bristol. A. Lith yeah no. 22.Bristol. Pa., thursday. November 27. 1930. Five cents a copy. Business men disturbed by tagging of cars police enforcement of ordinance forbidding parking on one Side of Mill Street arouses merchants who say Campaign will drive away customers a round about town let it be sport not War. ? not Only will business be the Gam today Between the helped hut the Intercourse made Bristol a. A. And the Bristol St. Possible by Low rates will cause Annas is Between two groups cd Viany Pennsylvania people to it Bristol boys who know each Onei acquainted with Burlington air and who have demonstrated that country beyond. A i Here Art they can and do play clean foot Hunu ids it it i people in each Ball. It he necessary to who never have been in i he cd Lur. Will so in. Grundy again become member of Bristol Borough Council have policemen on duty at Sullivan a Field to keep order but the Rowdy ism among the spectators that marked the game Between these teams in Eddington some weeks ago makes police supervision advisable. Football is a great game properly played out of which the players get action they crave and the spectators get thrills. Here a hoping today game w ill be a Good one. And that the spectators will be As i sportsmen As tin players. Merchants along Mill Sheet Are disturbed by signs of activity Oil the part of the police Iii tin dire lion of enforcing the ordinance that forbids parking on the soothe in Side of tile Street. The Christmas season is appt aching when the local merchants make strenuous Effort to go t people into the Borough to do the or Holiday shopping. Thens merchants say that if the shoppers Are to lie annoyed with tags it parking business will be diverted from the Community and in no w ill in done. Last saturday night a number of cars were tagged but no prosecutions were made. Conditions arc worst on Friday and saturday nights. There is a Large tract in the rear of tile Aland theatre where cars can be parked but the approach to the tract is dark and people do not go there in Winter if there is any room on the Street. The Mill St retd business menus association has been discussing better illumination Ami utilization of the tract and the placing of a sign at the Corner of a ill and Wood directing traffic to the space but As yet action has not been taken. There is no question about Mill Street being congested but a solution of the problem is made difficult by the absence of convenient parking spaces. As yet the Section of the canal company Basin which the company has Given permission to in tilled in has Sot been touched. Of there were parking space at the Tad Cliffe Street end of Mill Street As Well As at the other end business could be conducted More conveniently. In any event a parking policy that will scare Trade away from the Borough is not going to be popular. A a 1andalusia streets soon to be on township up to c ourt All inn remains before Andalusia is soften out of tile lend j. The approval by the court of the application by citizens of a it a Salem township that the streets not already on the township be approved As township roads committeeman Charles Dunk has had a Survey made of every sin it not already on the township maps have been made and tiled and the petition Hor. Been approved by the supervisors and other officials. Ii now remains to lie presented to the court at the a Sion that will Convene next month when it is expected that the court will approve it. With this action one of the Chi i causes of dissension autor. R publicans in Andalusia will be removed. In tis pact complaint 1. Been bitter that although one fourth of All the taxes in bin a Quot Len. Township Are paid by Anda Lusia that Community has had comparatively Little of the tax Umney spent for its a Provedenc rom Littleman hunk has prove mints and he says be a acts to achieve More. Bridge tolls. Opinion was unanimous about town this week that if tin owners of the Burlington Bristol Bridge make the toll for transit it cars 15 ii lits and put in effect the com mutation and workmen a tickets that Are talked of the Bridge win in a Money maker not Only Foith of tiers hut for by is to and Burlington As Well. Since copt. Boron quit the ferry bum Ness it Bas been necessary Tor business Firma in Burlington Etui Bristol to Semi Ihei trucks 30 Miles in order to reach i the Community on the opposite Side of the River. Some of them have none this because the Tiara they established was not to in in go merely because of inadequate transportation facilities. A Bridge Over which these business Vezich May pass Cash Day at a Low toll will certainly stimulate Trade. High school teams arrange Charity came what we do not know about the other Side of the River is equalled Only by what the folks on the other Side do not know about the Side. Fion it the geographical so and Point the Burlington Bristol Bridge is up against the Competition of the free Bridges at Trenton and the toll Bridge at Bucony palmy. The com of tin local Bridge will be Only Hunt a thin Good of the cos of the Bucony Structure so Toat the overhead sex pens will be much less. That by j itself i a Good reason for a lower toll than those using the Tacony Bridge must pay. Aff for Ilie Competition of the to Union Bridges the time that can be saved by residents of Eastern Pennsylvania by use of tin local Bridge will offset the saving of a few pennies that Fellows driving though Trenton with its congested streets. The re still remains to he built an adequate connection bet who Tho approach to the i Rig in to Bristol slue find the Lincoln Highway at or near Langhorne the logical route is by Way or Rogers Avenue which might readily in straightened and will ened a cwt in West Bristol and Durham Road. County sea scouts have Bridge of Honor and Call a Benefit Basket 1mli gang it will be played for the bin fit of the needy and unemployed of the Borough on tuesday evening. December 16th, in the High school gymnasium. The proceeds from the game will be turned Over to the general Charity committee for distribution. The by is col High school boys and girls quintets will play tin Bristol alumni boys and girl teams. Tim games were arranged by men teachers of the High school faculty and officers of the Bristol High school alumni association i the prices of admission will he hell see a Parade. At least one of our Well known citizens will spend this afternoon in Norristown there is going to be a ii Ion in n a Rad there. That citizen is Cha Inlet y Stoneback who freely admits that he has a passion for parades. In a the Good old Days it Chauncey wa3 a Premier band Leader and in still likes to see the boys in line to listen to the Oom pah oomph of the Buss Horn and to i the drum major strut. Mev limping Tho weather is Fine and the Parade Worth the journey. Courage in the Commonweal Gaud i fiend red. Trn we came across it timely a ii Impi it let i like passing r. Genes ton Ami is vende it Loiles Wilt each i Quat rat i i that Long. It Cut it led the first sea scout Ball and a abridge of Horn. A to be held in Bucks county took place last night in tin Morrisville communist House. Over too sea scouts executives from the Bucks county Council and ship committeemen with the ii sweetheart anti wives were present. J. Lee Callahan regional St a i scout director of Pennsylvania i Maryland Delaware and Virginia which state s comprise a Gion 3, was the guest of Honor. Mayor. Thomas Stock Ham of Morrisville mad the various award-1. The is a scout ship a a elks from Bristol were awarded a Large Bann r for winning the regatta Chan Doi Iship staged at Bristol last sept mix r. Ordinary a a trouts received their Ordinary badges. Flt or scoots from the Bristol ship. Coxswain Fred met Man and Robert Hendricks along with Verdin Watt anti Wal a ter horns Edt received their badges. Ten scouts from the South Dan git Rue ship also were Ordinary sea scouts. Nights affair was the % Seoul Hall and a abridge of to be held in the United and attracted much Atten-1 Tim from National scout head a quarters and other sea scout units. The affair was formal scouts and officers being in re uni while the ladles wore customary a eng cd re Sain. I he lances Wen named in sea going terms and the Hall dec lated in ship fashion ships Bridge was built for affair and the awards were made by mayor Stock Ham from the Bridge. The Ball was a very colourful affair. Music was furnished by a Philadelphia orchestra a nearly ail the sea scouts and dip committeemen from the bits Tol ship were present. La Hull ii hug Iii and it a i affair. Opinio n in some quarters is that he will in others it is said he has declined to consider appointment italian croup is demanding another representative in Council will Jim pm r. Grundy Whoso term As United state s senator will expire with tin convening of Enate next plinth again sit t to made c lust first be Honor states. Iii the Bristol Borough Council where he represented the second Ward fat a so Many years there a those who say that ii will and there an others who say that lie a declined to consider appointment to the Council. When senator Grundy was appointed a res mics or by gov. Flirtie lie resigned Tho seat he had held in the Council for Many years and the late Harry Headley his . It is or Headley had sign so an to make it Lui a Tor Grundy again Council. I lie teat Headley creates a vacancy delegation to the Coupe was appoint1 known that planned to re possible for h to sit in the of or. In thoth to n i the w As a the a i Success by All will a oui1 an there Ai tin i a w no to a c i f hips lit t it count y. I in y a in the h. S. He a elks of pistol. A eth yank clippers a rom South Langhon ii Ami a Robert Morris from Merrillville j and wait a a Earth bares ii r breast the coining Scourge of cold All naked unafraid. Shall i in god St it trial cringe and cow a a dismayed a fifty cents for adults Aud Twenty five cents for it Hildren. Benefit or games of All sorts Are now being played throughout the i listed the constables Are hungry. It behoves driven of automobiles to be extra careful from now relative stat for the unemployed and Bristol is going to do its share. On to of no tvs he atop j signs we i the it Are driving. An by the Emilie Man tossed by Bull has narrow escape from death Eddie Cantor coming to grand next week Andalusia resident who was Fin a Sun Richboro last week reports Yard a with Edmund j that a crusade is being made Low a and Joan Bennett will be constables and justices of the thanksgiving Day Leat Iii Ai t continued on Page four the grand theatre performances i a a this afternoon and evening together with four acts of vaudeville. Eddie Cantor in a whoopee a a Ziegfeld production entirely in color will be the attraction at Robert Reed of entitle Rad a the grand monday tuesday and narrow escape Trout death w Hen wednesday. This picture is said he was tossed by a Bull in his to in the most spectacular Musi barnyard a i a Days ago. Ii is Cal comedy production put out Able to be about although several i this year anti has been having ribs were broken and it suffered Long runs throughout the Conn severe bruises. Try. Eddie Cantor Bas an inter or Reed was attending to his a National reputation As a corned duties in the barnyard when the Ian. The second Knut Rock be j Bull cornered him and tossed him i football picture will he Hen several times into the air. Ii rhe same nights and movie tone became unconscious and when hews. To revived the Hull was standing Friday night Bessie love w ill Over him. Every time a attempt mrs. Edith m. Ashton mrs. Edith Al Ashton was Auriti from to Home of her parents or. Am mrs. Hunter. Bristol ilk Edington Ltd wednesday afternoon. Rev. W. S. Vorhees of the Eddington presbyterian Church officiated at the son ices and interment was made in Bristol cemetery. He deceased wan the wife of Charles r. Ashton and did in a Philadelphia Hospital on monday after a Short Riner. Be lds Hei husband two is Mil children my i Vive her. Bin was fit yearn of a. Be seen in m. G. M. News and a comedy a vacation love a also will be shown. Of saturday of this week there will be four acts of vaudeville Aesop fables and Richard Allen in a the sea it to escape tile Bull again tossed him. The final toss sent him close to a Fence under which he was Able to Roll. He dots of recall How Long he Lay there until he revived sufficiently to get to his Home. Sports Calendar of week end games a football thursday thanksgiving Day Bristol High is Morrisville High on High school Field 10.30 a. M Bristol a. A. Is Bristol St. Annas on Sullivan a Field a soccer bunday Fawley f. C. Is col at Croydon from the second Ward and it is believed that senator Grundy Whin the tin in right will be appointed to the Council. Although ii has Bei n Active in promoting the Tai Iff and in advancing Merner elect j Inchon a political fortunes senator Grundy is declared to be More interested in political Fatalis in Bristol than in anything else. For the lust two years he has been away from tin Borough so much that he has give ii comparatively Little attention to local affaire but now that his big Battles a finished he May is expected to resume his usual activity hereabouts. To Controvert tills View of the situation is the Well defined demand of the italian group in the second Ward for representation in the Council. The italian had Era declare that a group that complies auth a arg proportion of the population As do the italians in Bristol should have greater representation in the Council. They Are ii handing that one of their race in appointed to succeed or. Head y. Ii senator Grundy wants to return to the Council there is no question about the Welcome lie would get but air. Grundy is reported to be uninterested. Iii i w of his Long interest in tile Community and the fact thai he is going to have More time from new on to devote to local affairs it is doubtful that he has any its interest now than in the past. If is said to regard membership in the Council As being As High a local Honor As membership in the Senate is High As a National Honor. Somebody is going to be named to succeed or. Hadl a. Despite the various rumours about the Borough there Are those who feel certain that it will be or. Grundy. Thanksgiving service Union thanksgiving service will be held this morning at o clock in the presbyterian Church of our Savior. All the protestant churches will participate in the service. Mrs. Fay Schemeley Well known throughout this part of the county has opened a Dies shop at the Corner of Pond and Dor Ranee streets where she is specializing in Youthful dresses and hosiery

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