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Bristol Courier (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bristol, Pennsylvania Printing or All ids it Cut print anything from a name card to a newspaper. The Bristol courier daily i a thru k Kimi it showers Likely Early tonight. Saturday Cloudy warm with scattered t ii ii Taler show a . 6bristol. A. Friday icy in i Xii. Uni 23, paso Price 3c a copy 15c a week Puddletown fair ates Are set for i two Days in oot. I Micky and wednesday i oct 3rd and 4th for i Grange event o have exhibits rope will be harvested to show the yield per acre the 1950 Middletown cd Range tar will be held tuesday and wed a Aday. October 3rd and 4th. Thin car the fair will be Beld two full Tya and two nights. There will in ski lights to give adequate Light a at night. Food and refreshments ill be served each Day. Those who tended the fair in previous years Iii remember the Fine food the Omen a work committee of the j Range prepared. This year they ill again prepare to serve their Simi variety of food. As Iii the is the site of the fair will he Taliej Jarl rear Naan farm which is i the Lindenhurst Road a Quarter f a mile North of the Newtown Ardley Pike. The Middletown Orange fair Hail s beginning in Hhd. When tto it Range entered u National contest sponsored by a National magus pm till the Hope that a yield of Jon Sahel a of Corn per acre Touhl la Flat lied Kven though Middletown Range a yield fell Short of the Suo Ushela anticipated a great Deal f interest was aroused and during in harvesting of the Corn a very s successful exhibit of farm mar to in by and implements automobiles i and trucks feeds and equipment i is on display. The fair featured the harvesting three experimental drops. One Ere planted in Corn one nere in toes and another in tomatoes. A attle Abow was an added attraction and in addition nil Grange members n lower hucks county were halted to enter their produce in Competition. Tho vip Oita a air la under the direction of nor a Tan Tomlinson and finish Heston and concerns the planting and Rais no of an acre of potatoes. Luring the fair these crops will Chi ssh my pane three officers installed for Bucks co. So optimists Doylestown june 23 newly elected officers of the nub of hucks county were installed by a guest. Miss Eva Blake of Trenton. N. J. Club at a dinner meeting monday evening. Tile newly installed officers Are president. Marie v Welsh vice president Elizabeth in Hood lean recording Secretary. Barbara Scofield Secretary Lillian Kelley treasurer. Dorothy t. Kraft and director Verna Medary a past president. Miss Margaret Stulls who is associated with her father and brother in the plumbing business was installed As a new member. With 26 club mein Liers and eight new Jersey guests in attendance entertainment was pre seated with the showing of Quot baby pictures and then another photograph taken Almit id or a jul years later. More than Fin pictures were shown. The Quot baby pictures were projected on a screen and miss Trace Bandier read Quot clues a but in most eases the so optimists were Tumble to guess to whom the cherubic faces i belonged despite the revealing tips birthday anniversaries were observed by Diane Vallee. Grace Chandler Aud Mildred Huber. Past president Medary invited the club to picnic at her Buckingham Home monday. July 31. Past presidents mrs. Emma i. Former Morrisville girl meets death in Northwest building new House for family which i Losi Home and possessions in fire at Croydon wednesday afternoon Morrisville june 23 instant death occurred for mrs. Shirley m Mathis 23, and serious injury for her husband Faustin Mathis. Jul i a crash of two automobiles at Renton. Wash., tuesday. Mrs. Mathis formerly resided Here. She being the daughter of or. And or. Prank m. Merend formerly of Here now of Tacoma Wash. Tote Young couple was driving from Tulsa okla. To the Northwest to join mrs. Mathis parents in Tacoma when the fatality occurred. Mrs. Muehls had been teaching kindergarten in Tulsa and her husband had been studying at Sparton College. In Tulsa. He is a Navy Veteran. A brother also survives mrs. Mathis namely Robert Meyerend. I once the site was cleared the 20, a Pupil at Llo Wigton College. Rat a Tat Tat of the Hammer and the a one and half Story House was half completed last evening when a group of the residents of Croydon Hawk d tuffet i in to Aid the family of Raymond Clark. The Clarks with then seven children were lain it d out wednesday evening when tire gutted their Home on Wyoming Avenue and consumed ail of their clothing and furniture headed in the Bart Brothers contractors 35 to 40 men assumed the role of carpenters and Itoi piers and the tainted and charred ruins of the Clark Home were pulled front the foundation the debris cleared away during yesterday aft Nain. The ruins of the tainted Home were Cut Loose and pulled Oft the foundations with truck Aud cables late yesterday afternoon by kit win Kasm Attis. Trucks front Bristol township were also used in the work of Clearing 1 the site. Houghton n. Y. To weeks season is planned for theatre Trevose theatre to open monday with a heaven can wait Triolo As fighter set election Date for Community services group on tuesday evening at 7.30 a clock a meeting will be held in lie travel club Home of the newly organised Community services Council of it into and Vicinity. At that time the nominating committee appointed at Ute last meeting mrs. Adolph Ancker chairman or Max Siegel Aud mrs. Walter w Pitzonka. Will present a report. Election of officers will take place notice of this meeting have been called to All participating organisations in and around Bristol these having submitted questions lures intended to ascertain the health welfare and recreational services available to the people of the Community. It is emphasised by those Active in the formation of this Council that All who Are interested in tile project Are invited to attend the meeting and to contribute any constructive suggestions. It is repealed that Quot this is not just another organization for our Community but is the result of u pkg Felt need for some coordinating group to find out what the needs of the Community Are where any overlapping May be occurring and to fill in the gaps left by needs that Are not being Stover Irace a handler und Agio s Mcguire will attend the american federation convention Iii Seattle Wash. Here and therein Bucks county towns activities of interest to a in the various communities gleaned by scribes commencement week came to in end with a special award Assembly it Yockum Xou High at hts Friday miss steel and mrs. Helen f. Be worthy were in charge of preparations for the class night program which was built around the theme of King Arthur and ills court. The performance brought Oft the highlights of school experiences of various members of Lite class diplomas were awarded to 29 graduates at tile &Quot.2nd annual commencement in St Juke i it iou Church Fei Ida in. The it v Harold c. Eaton East Stroudsburg in tie commencement and tires emphasised the fact that ail persons must he prepared before Tivey can expect any Reward for their efforts. Ile warned that the materialistic philosophy can Only Lead to destruction and frustration in the end. Three members of the plans spoke on the history of the Pennsylvania dutch they were Carole j it zen Herger the valedictorian who spoke on Quot famous people in Penney i Omil Nueku a t nor three Trevose. June 23 a Trevose summer theatre Philmont Avena and Street mud Trevose will open a ten week summer season on monday june 2cth, Al Khz p. In. With Quot heaven a an Wall Quot a Romedy fan Taay about the fabulous a emr. Jordan Quot and a prize fighter aiming for the title. Quot Joe Quot Truelo. A Young Villanova alumnus plays the prize fighter. While Quot or. Jordan Quot is acted by Jehu Clayton of Frankford. Clayton is not Only a Veteran of summer theatre summer Stock and touring Stock companies but has appeared Over All the larger radio und television stations in Philadelphia. Completing the male leads Are James f. I Mullan of Hermantown one of the founders and Long time president of the Stager rafters in Chestnut Hill and Harry j. Rohr Man. Of Kensington who play the comedy roles of Quot messenger 7013�?� and Quot Max Levon a the fighter s manager. Amy Mcgrath from Frankford und Ada Funcke Erskine. Of Dar Ting of the Cross Cut saw were begun. Darts Brothers gave of their services Gratis to supervise the construction of the new Home which it is planned run by occupied late monday or Early tuesday. Or. Kasperitis also donated his services As did the 35 to 40 men who worked i until shortly before last Midnight Iii an Effort to get the building As far advanced As possible the first Load of lumber arrived at five o clock for the new Home. The Frame Structure is being erected upon the foundations of the former Clark Home. It is 24x24 feet and will in one and half Story Iii height so that in the future two rooms can he constructed on the half floor. There Are two bedrooms Milawski Page the clerk family marvels Al the Aid Given by neighbors Croydon. June 2.1 Quot it is wonderful i done to know How to explain How i feel. I done to know How i can Ever thunk All these people. These Are the words Itiat tumbled in Quick succession its Luv it oui Ole lips of mrs Raymond Clark As she stood starry eyed Balking at the Frame work unit is fast becoming a new Home fur her Lier husband Anil their seven Young children. Quot in be got a headache Over it All a she added As she tried vainly to explain Lier mixed emotions and the thrill that conies Only when after disaster has a Ruek in the form of a in i ism a pane Pear former Eddington woman Dies As result of stroke or i Eddington june 2.1 death occurred for mrs Isabel Yocum 41. Wife of Earl Yocum of 2556 k Webb Street. Philadelphia. Wednesday evening mrs. Yocum Aud Fain ily resided of High Avenue Here until a few months ago. Ailing for some time mrs. Yocum suffered a stroke on wednesday Aud died at s 30 p in at her Home mrs Yocum was a member of Eddington fire co. Auxiliary. She died on the eve of the graduation exercises of her daughter Maureen 14. From Junior High school. Survivors in addition to Lier husband und daughter Maureen Are another daughter Isabell 17, und son. Karl or. 12. Members of the Eddington fire co auxiliary Are requested to meat sunday evening at the ire station at 7 30. From where they will leave for a funeral Home at 2315 e cum Herland Street pm Kiln to pay their Respecta. Muss will in Sung Iii St Ann s it. A Church 2jrd und Lehigh avenues i Ella. Monday with burial in holy sepulchre cemetery shut Cliv. 76 scouts to leave for big Jamboree final preparation and inspection to be made tuesday at Camp Ock Nickon will be in Section 24 red Cross to hold Post War conclave expect 5,000 delegates to attend four Day convention to be he Din Detroit girls Aid boys in work of excavating Kenneth Brown to leave for Keystone boys Camp at a regular meeting of officers of Rucks Lodge. Hcs i to to last evening Kenneth Brown is. Of 626 Wood Street was introduced to the officers of the Lodge. Kenneth is the boy sponsored by the Bucks Lasage of mimic to attend Keystone boys Camp of the american Tigon under the legion s americanism program Kenneth is the son of or and mrs William Brown Aud student at Bristol High school i till Grade Ile will leave Bristol wedge Sruv for Indiantown Jap where the Camp la located und will in at Camp until july 7, with All expenses paid by i. Of i m uss Bucks Eluidge the officers meeting was presided River by governor Bruno non let. Also present were prelate Maurice a Anderson trustees Alex 8. Code a. Timothy a Reardon Secretary Henry it Berry and following committeemen Lindy hued Peter satiate us a Limmi Keating Robert Bleakney James Cone. Harry Goodwin. Also present was honorable James Carroll National auditor from Misi Eheart Joseph Fisher chairman of americanism for Bucks county vulture 929. Of american legion. 4n no a spoke of the american i Tsiou Keystone boys Camp outlining the various activities the boys engage Iii at the Camp Ile expressed the legion s Heartfelt thanks to the min we for ill log the first Limul fraternal organization to initiate att annual program to Send a boy to Keystone boys Camp Ile was accompanied by win in Alderdyce director of child welfare program of the 40 n a who is also a mein viewers named in dispute in the twp. Of Richland condemnation proceedings Schlichter is. Quakertown Borough authority poles on a farm representatives from the South Eastern Pennsylvania chapter both adult and Junior will be among the More than 5.004 delegates of 3,75 chapters at the four Day convention of the american National Rad Cross to he held in Detroit on june so to Man town play the roles of Quot the j 29. Woman Quot and Quot the other woman general George c. Marshall War both of Giese actresses having had time array chief off auf and presi Dio i let i i it Les the following prix for High Corea will in offered at Hie Caid party sponsored by Camp k9, i i of a. Iii Odd Fellows Hall. Monday evening it nine o clock folding ladder Stool aprons it und la la. Hug of sugar half gallon ice Cream Metal waste can und other household items. Refreshments will lie on Sale mrs. Louis v. Townsend. Or. Is chairman Long experience with the old thee ire league of Philadelphia. Tin company at Trevos will produce every night except sunday and the program will change weekly father s Hay a met a father s Day party was Given on sunday evening it the Home of or Aud mrs. Willet Earnest .346 Lafayette Street. The party was in Honor of Irvin Heli Effey or. Those present or and mrs Edgar Schef-1 Fey or. Und mrs. Irvin Scheffey or. And family or. Und Are. James k Conley or und mrs. Joseph w. A Barton and family. Or. Scheffey i received in fitly gifts refreshments. Were served und television programs enjoyed meeting Meigle the women s Christian Temperance Union will hold it Mealing on tuesday at eight o clock it the Home of mrs. J. Sherman Bailey a 19 Linden Street. Youth Fellowship of Ben Salem methodist Church fulfils contracts dig ditch and cellar a fashion note from Itei Malem methodist Church Young folks group might read like tills Quot the girls Are wearing callouses this tuesday morning. 76 scouts and leaders of the hucks county Council boy scouts of America will meet i Lier of the Moose. At Camp Iran Ikon. Rucks a a i tin a Tutti ail to Council Camp at Point pleasant quantities of dead fish Hardwood 1 charcoal 4 la. Hags Alehouse fuel a equipment co. Aristid. Adv. World news in Brief local Wrath observations a a Sun a wast a Ravnaa of Laeva twee �?�swot., a. I Oom hour ass too Simono a a. M. Teas Aero ors his slops maximum minimum Range 12 is i nearly temperatures a no yesterday 4 cell i 1 is is limit p tit a 4 to 7 ii s 10 11 1 Midi she i u Iii today i 4 5 a 7 i. Xix is to 67 ii cd 6. Cd til it it so ii 64 Tbs Senate Pas end yester Day a Bill extruding selective a a Rob a a for three years and sent it to the House which favor Only a two Yea Extension. To prevent Iii present Law from expiring at Midnight tonight reached twill Cut to the president an Extension of that liw until Juii 9 president Truman insisted that la air Force would remain at its present strength forty eight groups despite congressional action for seventy groups lie said lilt re Wax to Money for expansion. A new Tov Bill cutting excises by More than and pro f c relative humidity i ree pita by limit tips Lohf my i Sto l Daylight having time High water 9 62 a rn., id 31 Low water 4 to a in 4 amp a mos rises 6 12 a Moon rises i is p set i 31 p eels i of a John poster i Miles indicate i that Japan might have a modified peace treaty or civilian Allied control with troops remaining Only for defense purposes a in Germany. President tinman has asked before agreement is Charles m Spofford to head the it ii leg passed my North Algunde treaty Council s permanent group is or Acheson s Dep Uty. Be pc in i delegates to the six nation talks in Paris on the French plan to Pool Europe heavy Industry will seek m w instruction in View of the emphasis placed by i France on creating a european Pur ii lament that might Lead to federation of the continent. The talks Dent of the american National red Cross who will preside at the major aes Siona said that the conclave the 25th of los kind in the 87-year history of the organisation will he the most important held since the sliding of world War la. The objectives of the convention general Marshall Auld will concern j the health and welfare of every resident in the nation Quot More so than for any similar time in our history a this is so. He said because the expansion of the red Cross blood program to Deal with Quot great and sudden emergencies for blood needs anywhere in the country will be discussed along with strengthening the disaster Ker Vlcan in relation to the Broad planning for civil defense and increased services to servicemen and exp. Among the local representatives will he mrs. Littleton w t. Waller jr., former chairman of the local chapter s Volunteer services and i now vice chairman of the National red Cross Hoard of governors mrs Reynolds la. Brown jr., present chairman of Volunteer services and two of her vice chairmen mrs. E. G. Budd. Or. And mrs. Clara Lewis Irvin mrs Plattle Weldon senior hostess in entertainment instruction und Supply service Robert j. Hythe chapter manager and Edward p. Case the chapters Public relations director. Junior red Cross will he represented by e Blanton mural key director of that service Donald Paul t a allayed a face few for filial preparations. Inspection j and will leave for the National Jamboree which will in held at Valley forge Park where 47, souls and Scouters from every i state in the United Staten and in other countries will Lake part Iii program of activity and camping beginning on Friday june loth and ending on thursday july 7th. Parents Slid friends of scouting Are invited to Camp tuesday morning to take part in the Send off the two hucks county troops have been trained by and will by under the excellent leadership of scout master Kenneth Shelly Asa Latant scoutmaster Herbert Trauger Anil John Smith of troop no 2k and scoutmaster James Petit Aud Alit an la bolter Meyers and Richard Hon until it is explained the by Ruk Tal it f too it it an additional Quot fashion note Quot from the same source might state the callouses Are gained by a slimming hounds like a mixed up or Posl for sufficient additional reve arc not expected nutty bring the measure into near Premier rid auit balance a. Approved 17 to 7, by n j House committee. Neutrality anywhere in the world in the face soviet aggression is no longer possible two Heinie committee said in Luvora Bly reporting to foreign arms Aid Hill the country a goal is the Mullen of u a a Community sense among Fie nations Quot against which Bov let efforts to destroy their Independence will fall Secretary acheron told Harvard alumni. Foreign bacillary Romulo of tin Philippines urged the West to Quot see Siu Brough to be affected by decision to ask the Assembly for a vote of Confidence after lie bad been heavily Defeated on the Issue of More pay for civil workers. Communist efforts to break hemispheric Unity under orders from Moscow were found to have failed in four Alin american countries hut to have shown strength in Uruguay. Pullman conductors by calling a strike for july i joined three other Union threatening to walk out on the nation s major railroads. A strike has been culled for monday Hay by new Hume Doylestown. June 23�?a committee is to be named by commander Warren it. Watson of Doylestown Post no. 175, veterans of foreign wars to consider advise vilify of Selling the Post s present Home. Offers have been received Aud there is possibility of Lite Post building a smaller Aud More modern Structure than the three Story building it now occupies Arian might eyes Well lie Start said there a new War in Tokyo at the 1 bodies Briggs plants which make for Chrysler automobiles. Joint meeting Croydon june 23 a a special joint meeting of Bucks county Rescue squad and auxiliary will infield on sunday at la 30 a Iii at the squad Headquarters state Polk Sty s its the children s outdoors play season and they re having the time of their life motorists help make it a i Jing time of their life be extra watchful extra careful to residential neighbourhoods. Consider every child near the Street a warning sign. Help keep him alive and Happy. Have been working Side by Sld with the boys of the youth Fellowship in fulfilling contracts they have a bid Quot on go digging of ditches and cellars it All came us Tut when youth Fellowship members Ever anxious to turn time and Energy into Money for their organization accepted the proposition that they dig a ditch at the Home of their counsellor Harry a Arter Ite Salem township the ditch was to is 55 feet Long and approximately 14 h 4 deep. They heaved to with picks Aud shovels Stem the ditch took form the Young men and women Laid Hie pipe Aud then completed the task by covering the pipe with Earth. The major a Art of go girls Jolt that Day was to provide hamburgers Aud a hot dogs Quot for the Quot inner Man a and there was Many a Young Man with a voracious appetite when the Jolt was done despite aching Hacks Aud sore Muscles but the Treasury was enriched to the tune of several dollars to Well was the task fulfilled that a second Job was offered the group is fuse fear refreshments follow the opening of Shower gifts miss Helen Nowack lying Garden was the guest of Honor at a miscellaneous Shower it Field s Hall Wise Street on tuesday evening her attendants to a the misses Stella and Florence no Wack Bristol Joun Martin of he Ringfield arranged the affair decorations were in White Orchid Green Aud yellow miniature umbrellas Wert favors refreshments were served to mrs John nows a mrs John huh Oak mrs Walter Nowack mrs Edward Nowack mrs w it relight mrs Emil rids Oak mrs George Vanotti mrs Joseph Kryven mrs w waxing sky mrs a Arkosi ski Bristol mrs Stanley now ack. Mrs Reginald Mierzynski Philadelphia mrs Edwin Martin he Ringfield mrs Anthony Suhasini Edge by. The misses Alma Bennett Olga Rusnak Mary Wade Marie Adams Theresa Cahill Doris storms Bristol Hay Davis Croydon Vera Gladkowski Leona Newark Francis Aud Florence Angel Philadelphia Nyk Uit Keshmo Croydon jute 23 an important special meeting of the ladies auxiliary is called for one p i tomorrow in Croydon fire co Sis you. The Rucks county Council Tri sips will in in station no 34. Which will in on Gulph Road North of the National Arch. The activities of the Jamboree f. Ling. Historic hours Arena show entertainment religious services und traffic controls arc bring very carefully planned by the nut Onul Council president Harry he Truman will opt ii the j la in Holer and inspect each individual Section on Friday june Aith a distinguished list of celebrities will have part in tile entertainment programs at the Jamboree newspapers radios televisions will Allim represented in the Public relations de a a 1 uncut of Hie Jam intr a Aud will keep Hie world Iii formed wit it detailed accounts of the activities or the 47.dou Grout Aud explorers in attendance appear in canal Here line the Banks of Stream Between Pine Street dam and lock cause undetermined hundreds of dead fish appeared again today in the canal. This la the second time Ainee May 2 it ii when cud bsh appeared in numbers in the canal. The fish today were Between the dam Iii the canal opposite Pine a treat Aud the in k below. Home of the fish measured As much As by indies. 4lite Spectator said that tub out Iii the Middle of the Stream would founder about Sud then Conn to Lite surface and die the dead fish were along tile Hanks on Imph sides of the ennui Borough officers the Bristol heal tii officer Aud others Are investigating in an Effort to find a cause hairy Coles Misli Warden Norristown was summoned to Ald in the probe the canal was sprayed yesterday in Hie Mosquito extermination Cam Waikit. Tills however is not it Ali hated As tile cause Al this Tlam. Jus the Spray a slate tested when the Hist lot of fish died Oil May 24th there had been no canal spraying firemen my i not i aus complainants allege number of Trees removed and land damaged Doy Lehto in june 21 Bucks county a judge Edward i Wester has named Harry by Tahlier of Glia place a. Harold Terry Perkasie and William p. Ostler. New Hope members of a Bourd of viewers in the condemnation proceeding of Ralph d nod Florence f sell Lido ter versus the Quakertown Borough authority tile three viewers who will hold their first meeting july 12, will make u final re Mart August 12. The complainant own a farm Iii Richland township of Kun Square perches on which the respondent has installed Milaa hanging electric wires and other appliances involving a strip of ground in connection with a right of Way. The complainant allege that a number of tree have been removed others chopped Down and that the strip of ground has been damaged. Mrs Dorothy Cunningham White Trevose has begun in action in divorce against her husband. Clifford Tatoli White whose present whereabouts Are unknown although the complainant has made efforts to Lizutte him they were married the 24, 1945, Iii Wilmington Del Aud separated july i 1949, at tre Vose. New models test flown at an evening meet a Model air plane flying passion a held on wednesday evening by members of Bristol Aeron Deleers at the to Del Airport a great amount of activity took place As new models were test flown and members experimented to get certain speeds from their modal Standard speeds Are set up for i Competition it the Bucks county federation of Model clubs monthly contests Anil the winners Are determined by tho coming closest to these Standard speeds several of the Aero Deicer attained con a latent Speed within two Miles per hour of these fixed Speed it is us bounced. Tile next of these competitions is to in held it the Model Airport on july 2nd All Aero Mode leers members Are a ked to participate in this meet to make ii successful other coming Model contests Are scheduled soon for Johnsville and fort Dix n j. Leader members of the dub will Endeavor to entourage Hie comp a Ilion in these meets by All members am to see that As Many Junior Minde Ruh possible is t tire Liana put raid Ion to them. Kee Iai. Humm. To deny Dumois timing Cli plated j j 1 ital Bristol firemen Wert tailed .0 a tie claim fire at Croydon late avd j i mesday afternoon and did not ie-1 Croydon june 93 a special a spout Bristol fire chief Clifford meeting of Croydon fire co. La Hagerman said today it taut Bristol called for eight o clock this evening did not receive the Call As he a Iii the fire station. Iou duly Al git time latest news bulletins midwestern train service curtailed Chicago midwestern and Western railroads threatened by a Waltch mean a strike scheduled for sunday Begarif shutting off passenger Aud freight service Imlay and a new strike announcement darkened the already go Miry railway labor out Haik the i time Island system ached a lied final runs today for some through passenger trains Between a Iii ago und path Angeles Kansas City Aud Memphis. Others will Stop at paint Short of their usual destination the Imago great Western and Iii Western Pacific have prepared embargo on freight shipments hat can not reach their destination by the strike deadline the Denver and rid Grande ilk the Roc k Island is it smelling All operations when the strike begins hut the great Northern wait ii serves in states announced it will try to maintain service the new strike threat came when the Cullman conductors division of the order of railway conductors announced ii will walk out against ail roads on july la. Truman signature would keep draft act in Force Washington the signature of bras i de it Truman on a 15-Day Stopgap Extension Resolution is the Only Neuns of keeping the draft act from lapsing at Midnight tonight the House by recessing blocked any possibility of Congress getting an Overall draft Dill on the Book before to night s deadline Theka aute shouted it passage late thursday a three year Extension of selective service. Sight 9 a plane survivors on rafts Guam a r k Al Force b-29 crashed into the Western pact Fie 140 Miles Southeast of Guam Early today and Nim of its la crewmen were lighted this after meal Drifting in life rafts or floating with the Aid of lit jackets. Rescue vessels were Rushing to the scene tonight to pickup the survivors of the crash which apparently coat at least two lives. M w dig. Imm Newtown. June to having served so 01 Ranis at i Luke s i e Church Here for is years mrs David Feaster Lias resigned she has been named organist enter Lins Lier successor Iii mrs Richard Florin til latter assuming duties on july 2nd one Many a opinion by Waller airman distributed by International news Bervie the feeling is that if Frank Kiun get id \ a ars for i wok Muk Itig some of ins horse Chou id get life rut Hui la Bookie have again this thing has thrown t i Are into a w yol k it that inn Cigar stores Tat Ted a him Tigai Congre i top us ii inv a to the i i ult Iii working up ligation of gain i All get 4 to i b s i to the Amel Ai a i of the town at tin 5 on the results of in probe which is biggest gambles in a neut. A in Luis it of these cases we have everything hut the Evi Deuce at the moment Bot some might Nile out by Accident. But the Way these investigations keep bobbins up we May have to find another Durn to dedicate before october. Mean while if they keep sending gamblers to jail who going to Tak our i it on Tbs outcome of these things

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