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Bristol Bucks County Independent Newspaper Archives Oct 17 1930, Page 1

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 17, 1930, Bristol, Pennsylvania A v % a Iii the Home newspaper of lower Bucks county Chaa constructive progressive Bristol girl warning saves schoolchildren Anna Suflas discovers fire that destroys Philadelphia Hurch and school and gives alarm is overcome by smoke a round about town about it we cannot say. We hop that the club will conduct the clinic this year. We Hope that i the school Board will finn a Way to provide the $600 or so needed for this valuable Public health can to afford it. When we were informed last week that Hie Bristol school Board had decided that it could not afford to budget a few Hundred dollars expense for the maintenance of the school dental service next year and every year clinic next year we were Genu thereafter. Finely surprised. The rotary club it is surprising that a common-1 living up to its motto of service i y As Large As Bristol with so j has voted to meet the expense 01 Many children should be so Lack conducting the clinic this year dig in Public conveniences which taken for granted in state aroused by Bolt of Philadelphia crowd to democratic candidates year would 1 to it Are provided the school Board maintain it As part of the Public i progressive school service in following years. The rotary club communicated the vote of the members to the school Board and received in reply a letter stating thai Board could not see its Way Deal to make such an allocation Ann places. Other suggesting that the dentists z i to and con us sni1,4l a veil but a miss Anna lamps of Quot Flar ol<1 daughter of big to i ,.<ls be Vel known pistol confectioner undoubtedly inf nov Ted i k is 0f life or seri0u3 a a july when the last week do Greyed St. George s orthodox Couch and school at eighth and i Hev. Or. Knowlton to be suflas6 to tsp Philadel Hia mibs installed at presbyterian of a Muis was overcome by smoke but recovered and got out of the playgrounds in most towns Are publicly provided and supported. Here the travel club had to get out and solicit Money to maintain the the vo0fl Street playground this year. Now comes the refusal of Hie school Board to make ii possible use the Bristol get tribute their what the together services. Rotary club _ provided for will do equipment the dental a1 realy clinic building without injury. During tile school session miss Midas smelled smoke and the teachers attention to called Church next thursday it _ As presbyterian the teacher knew that the heating system was being tested there a no alarm. Miss Suflas however wanted to know More about it. And. Calling the caretaker went to the door leading to the basement. As soon As the door was opened flame burst Forth and miss Suflas rushed Back crying the alarm. The smoke was so thick that she was temporarily overcome on the stairs but she rings Wagi in assistance and got out with the other scholars. The building was so badly damaged that it will have to be rebuilt. All the books and clothing of the pupils and teachers were destroyed. Rev. S. Biol is Knowlton installed As pastor of the Church next thurs i Day evening oct. 23, at 7.30 of clock when the presbytery will meet. Rev. Jesse p. Martin or Forest trove Moderator of tile presbytery will preside and Rev. William m. Yourn ans who has been Supply pastor of the Church will assist. The Sermon will lit. Preached by Rev. Andrew Mutch pastor of the presbyterian Church in Bryn mawr. Rev. W. B. Jen Wili deliver the charge to pastor and Rev. D. I. Raw the charge to tile people. And suggesting that a it w private practitioners do what is obviously a Public service which me Puu Lic itself through the school Board should Render of the Cost this clinic were to be Many thousands of dollars it would he easy to understand the reluctance of the Board to do what seems to its obvious duty. But it is the son t Homas Bromley or and divorced wife there will be present clergymen from All the protestant churches in Bristol and elsewhere. Rev. Or. Knowlton took charge of the midweek service wednesday evening at the Church and will preach sunday morning. Y. M. A. Members will wed second time attend m. S. C. R. A. Meeting while Philadelphia society Cir Vics seemed to be surprised by the announcement of the remarriage of Thomas Bromley jr., and his divorced wife Atter sixteen years separation or. Bromley a friends and neighbors in Torres Dale Mailer Andalusia where he has spent the summer for Many years had expected the event. Or. Bromley and his former wife now his present wife were remarried last magistrate Oswald in the City Hall Philadelphia. Or. Bromley gave his age As 62, and mrs. Bromley. Whose Maiden name was Annette Hanson is 4 0. Members of tile Young men s association on saturday will attend the fall meeting of the Middle states Canoe racing association to be held in Philadelphia. At this session nominations and election of officers for the ensuing year will be held. A five mile Canvas Canoe Marathon race will be held Iii the afternoon on the Schuylkill River. For members of the various clubs highways. In Hie association. A banquet on Radcliffe Friday by j will precede the business meeting. His office in i Al. Bauer of the y. M. A. Is the present head of the m. S. C. R. A. Will a Ltd i j Bristol. A not a matter of thousand Ltd dollars per annul a it is a matter of a few hundreds. Of course there Are demands for this and that Iii connection with the so hoi s. Of course be floors must be Laid painting done this improvement made and that one taken care of. Everybody knows that and expects in and provided full value is returned for what is spent no taxpayer of any consequence has the slightest objection. Most towns Are proud of their schools and proud or w hat they Are Able to do Roi there children. Bristol can Well afford to acquire More Pride along Inis mine. Bristol taxpayers certainly i will raise no auctions if he j school Board takes Steps to teach the children How to take cart of their Teeth and to make it possible for them to retain these very necessary parts. The Den tar clinic is properly a part of the health education program. The expenditure of a few Hundred dollars More per annul on this program will have Only beneficial effect new Industry to be started in Croydon Rodella Mills weavers of Jacquard novelties Lias been established in Croydon and will begin operations shortly. The Mill is to be located at Pennsylvania and Excelsior avenues and will be conducted by Charles Curry Well known hereabouts. At the beginning there will be two looms and the company will specialize Iii fancy weaves of Rayon Cotton and silk. Or. Curry from Georgia engaged for two years Lishing production for a big Mill there. Croydon is his Home an ii while he says the southerners treated him finely a a there a no place like Hor 3.�?� recently where he returned had been Likely that huge off year vote will be cast Pinchot has Hearty support throughout state outcome of contest depends on How severely he is Cut in Philadelphia Pinchot third Ward gets prize at state firemen a meet. Bristol and Vicinity was Well represented at the fifty first annual three Day session of the t h Emen s association of Pennsylvania held at Allentown last week. he Parade held on i thursday was Iii fifteen divisions being one of the largest tile firemen of Instate have Ever had. The line of probably nothing in political history has so anger Quot in Estabr Republican voters throughout Iii state tis the Bolt of he Philadel Phu organization from to Hemphill. T 1� epithets that Are being Collie i Quot in Philadelphia Crown come not Only from Pinchot hem to a but froth Ile pubic com practically All the wan Matsi be Philadelphia a is have i to it by county Lead Idron in a a it Quot 1 he Philadelphia crowd in Good and pie to i he resignation of general Atte i i a a in i e 1 the Republican i National committee because in i Toni Al not support the Enli jacket has added interest to to i is t oat Ion. while this or a time of Argil a and counter argument the Public is considering the effect of the Philadelphia March covered two Miles and ii j defection. Can it Pil of on wms an immense throng of spec votes away from Pinchot a a talons that reviewed the visits Iii close follow of hosts. There Wen. $3000 in Palons do full orchestra and vaudeville at grand with the con ing of fall the grand theatre resumes its leg trial Winter schedule of entertainment. On saturday the shows will be presented with full orchestra accompaniment and four Good acts of vaudeville Are hooked in addition to the picture a the silent the vaudeville will be Nojas aerobatic Novelty Jim and Flo Bogart comedians Fred and Marie vaudeville varieties and the Wainwright Sisters singers and dancers. There also will be an Aesop fables film. Al Jolson in a big boy will be the feature monday and tuesday. A musical film will present famous overture a Zampa. Comedy a honk your Horn a Fox movie tone news will shown. A the matrimonial a cd will be the feature wednesday together with a comedy a two by four a a Lyman Howe Hodge podge and. Paramount sound news. Reginald Denny will be seen next thursday and Friday in a what a roller skating on the streets. T Ile fatal Accident Lase wee emphasize something which the Independent Lias commented on several times the recklessness of children skating on the Concrete we have seen them Street dashing on regardless of traffic. We have seen them on Mill Street. The death of the boy last week is most regrettable and our sympathy goes to his parents. We Hope it will cause parents generally to make sure that their children play where it is Safe. That reviewed there Wert Parade prizes. The third Ward dark town of Bristol led by a a Johnnie Buss and his Harmonica band tied with Lebanon for tin $100 prize tor the Best dark town Arp brigade. Each was awarded $50. he third warders occupied Itlie eleventh division and had about 4 0 men in line. They had with them a horse drawn vehicle the in canine believe if Especial a 1,1 Low of the fact thai Whir so Ca lied Republican Leaden the big City haveu1 Quot a Chol there Baa been a revolt Nom Hemphill within the i envy. A a ratio party my Spannan. Who an As the democratic candidate against Pinchot in 1922 la for Pinchot this year Bonnwell Law. A a tor Pinchot Vance Mccormick and other democratic that was outfitted with a Furnace have quit he Phuy thes miss Ellis and John f. Wear Are wed in Philadelphia miss Alida e. Ellis of Wood Street for 12 years ticket clerk at the Pennsylvania Railroad station Here and John f. Wear Well know n grocer were Man Ted wednesday evening at 6.30 at St. Barnabas episcopal Church Philadelphia by tin Rev. Henry j Stuart Paynter formerly Rector of St. James episcopal Church Bristol. The Bride wore a Brown velvet gown with hat to match White shoes and stockings and carried a bouquet. The couple were attended by or. And mrs. I Woolson of Philadelphia j iri8 up its end of the game. In cling a boil. Steelworkers Are generally hard boiled. They Are men of Clear vision and sure feet Strong men impatient Over what seems too much sensitiveness to pain and proud of their ability to do dangerous work rapidly As Well cassation will to held accurately. A week or so ago one of the steelworkers engaged Iii erecting the Burlington Bristol Bridge found that his Crew Wasny to keep and a Large Supply of water that poured from a Small Hose. All along the route of us Parade with a a Joe Biola As a chief a they were Given a rousing reception for their humorous display. The Union fire company of Morrisville and the capital View occupied the ninth division. The ladies auxiliary of the Captai View company was voted the Hest appearing women a auxiliary in line and was awarded $75. The Endeavor fire company of Burlington n. J., led by Michael Watchorn chief of Tho department occupied the eighth division. I hey had 35 men Iii line and were Given Snappy music by Irons band of Burlington. Two trucks a chemical and combination brought up in the rear. T he next meeting of the Asso at. Wilkes-3 Arne next october. Tin a my tie John they Bath will make and Buckley their Home streets. A w. W. T. U. Meetings a special meeting for prayer will be held tuesday evening by the w. C. T. U. At the Home of i miss Martha Hughes 601 Radcliffe Street. The regular meeting of the w. C. T. It. Will be held in the travel club Home the evening of oct. 28, w Hen reports will be heard from the local delegates to the state convention that is to be held in Uniontown from oct. 17 to 21. Quiry revealed that on of the helpers Hart a boil on his forearm which was sensitive and made Hie Helper slower than he ordinarily would be. A a done to touch it a the Helper exclaimed when he showed the sore spot to his pal. A Why Man that ought to be lanced a a his co worker said. A it i All ready for but the other was unwilling in do anything. Late that Day however the Helper and his Boss found themselves on a girder about 12 5 feet above the River. The Helper was continued on Page four sports Calendar of week end games is a football Friday Bristol High Doylestown High at Doylestown sunday Bristol a. A. Is Phila. Triangles at Eddington Bristol St. Annas is Richmond wildcats Sullivan a Field i a influential outside of Phila it it it Llna and a uie forester eau lh1�?T n Soli Ltd it from t in republicans who Xxiii no Wand for Philadelphia control or he state he xviii come Down to i a Ladelphia with a tremendous vote. In 1922 Pinchot Sot 821 695 votes in Hie state to 58 1,625 for a Mesparran a majority of 250,07 1 Gay. Pinchot i 245,3 12, to 65.111 for to that 180,201 of Pinchot s majority came from the City of brotherly love. T hat this vote will be severely Cut is to be exacted but on the other hand. The forester s vote in the mining counties and throughout the staff a should be proportionately greater than it was in 1022. It looks a though Pinchot would win even if Hie entire Republican majority in i nil Adelphia wore to disappear. If on the other hand Philadelphia should give Hemphill a Large majority then Pinchot would be in danger. Republican leaders Are Wrell aware of the situation. They Are aware that the Philadelphia organization s stand is a an tiling to beat Pinchot a even the wrecking of the state organization and that kind of a a republicanism they Ai e characterizing in very Plain language. In Bucks county in 1922 Pinchot got 9612 votes to 7537 for Mcsparran a total of 17,149 votes being cast. In the senatorial election in 1926 Yare got 839 7, Wilson democratic 8063, and Wilson labor 278. In the presidential election 1928, Hoover got 28,421 to 8446 for Smith. The a off year vote there continued on Page four

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