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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bristol, Pennsylvania Honoured at party mrs. Charles Cauble instal latin Toner Delaware valleys great Home newspaper vol. 52, no. 108 member Abc Bristol pa., monday evening february 19, 1962 22 pages Price seven cents 7-yr. Algerian War Over French Clain Kennedy gov. Send greetings Newtown woman gop backs Willians in close vote is too tomorrow the Bucks county Republican executive committee on saturday endorsed assemblyman Alan Williams of Doylestown for a third term in the state legislature by a Bare majority vote that was mrs. Charles Lauble who will celebrate her 100th later made unanimous. Birthday anniversary tomorrow was guest of Honor saturday evening at a family dinner at her Home Iso x. State St., Newtown. Among Ber Many tory messages were greetings Suilen and mrs. Benjamin t. Pat from president John f. Kennedy Terson and Pennsylvania governor do. Cd Lawrence. Born and reared in merge Mike. Germany the former Mary Mebs daughter of Michael and Frede of. Lauble Langhorne mrs Rob congrats la Ert j. Brown mrs. Grover c. Rieka Mebs came to America in september 1884 where she Mot Charles Lauble son of Konrad and Anna Lauble who immigrated from Mutach Germany a few years earlier. The couple was married Jan. 30, 1886 in St Paul s lutheran Church Philadelphia by the Rev g. A Mulier. Mrs. Lauble to lived in Bucks county most of her married life where her husband Farmed for a number of years in Newtown and Northampton townships prior to his death in 1941. Mrs. Lauble is the Mother of five children William and Charles bus strike mess in Jersey. A million of our nextdoor state neighbors having their troubles getting to and from their jobs in Philadelphia Camden new York-4o their jobs anywhere As a matter of fact. We be been saying for nearly two decades that these stupid strikes in our essential Public services should be completely outlawed. Maybe some decade its going to happen and when it does the country will be infinitely better off. The weather you can have. Rain sleet and ice during the morning hours rain and Low Slung Clouds the rest of the Day. It could be worse we guess. Consider those half dozen storm battered states in the Midwest buried under up to 30 inches of Snow. They be got to be real rugged citizens to live out that away. Soviet pressure. I Nion Renews Berlin today they demanded exclusive use of the North air corridor for three hours another typical red tactic to keep the Berlin question loaded. And the Western Powers slapped that one Down handsomely by flying extra military transports through the very space the commies wanted reserved for themselves. All right it s registration time. Travelling registrars have commenced their travels for the convenience of voters throughout Hie county and if you re not registered to have your say in the May 15 primary keep your Eye on the registrar schedule appearing daily in the courier times. When a Gal gets past 58 tripping become less Light Mere fantastic. Her an and tells girls How to keep their complexions but it does no to mention hiding them from the kid sister. Ii you drive he careful. Please Newtown. She also has eight grandchildren 21 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Mrs Lauble is a member of the Newtown presbyterian Church. She reads her Bible daily and tor hobbies include radio and Reading the daily newspapers. She was the recipient of Many congratulatory messages and Floral bouquets. Attending the dinner were or. And mrs. William Lauble or. And mrs. Calvin Vansant and daughter. Miss Nancy Vansant or. And mrs. Shorten a Iwu Hie or. And mrs Herman Dick and children Herman or. And Jennifer Charles Lauble jr., Francis Lauble or. And mrs. Charles f. Lauble All of Langhorne. Also or. And mrs. Robert j. Brown mrs. Grover c. Pullen or. And mrs. Benjamin t. Patterson or. And mrs. William c. Lauble and daughters Carol Ann and Debbie Newtown or. And mrs. William e. Brown and daughters Susan Merrile and Karen Wyncote Rev. And mrs coat tailed on Page 3, col. 3 Williams who last summer sharply criticized the leadership of county gop chairman Frederick e. Ziegler won the endorsement by a reported 20-19 vote Over William o. Kline Doylestown automobile dealer. The Assembly Man is a partner in a Doyles town Law firm. Senate eyes Bond Issue Washington up a the Senate foreign relations committee directed its attention today to the administrations proposal to buy half of a special u n. Bond Issue. It did so As Congress returned to a full schedule following its traditional Lull during the week of Lincoln s birthday. As the committee prepared to resume hearings on the Bond plan today its chairman indicated he might accept a proposed amendment to the administration request to buy Hoo million of the Bonds. Sen. J. William Fulbright d-ark., described As a a reasonable a proposed amendment by sen. Frank Church. A Idaho that would insure this country repay continued on Page 3, col. 3 mrs. Margarette s. Hooker Quakertown won immediate unanimous endorsement for the other seat in Bucks county a first Assembly District. She will seek her fourth term in the legislature. Loses endorsement finally the committee Post. All endorsements were declared unanimous. Louis r. Hahn Levittown was endorsed for second District assemblyman Over John f. Hess Levittown 24 to to with four abstentions. A spokesman for Hess said he will oppose Hahn in the May is primary election. Others undisputed the other endorsements were undisputed. State sen. Marvin v. Keller Newtown who seeks state endorsement for lieutenant governor was endorsed for a second term in the Senate. Or. George Shaffer Hilltown continued on Page 16 teenagers escape serious injury a More recent critic of Ziegler mrs. Benjamin Franklin or Northampton township state committee woman lost the endorsement for a new term. By a reported 21-18 vote the executive ait1ored Rirs when this rap in which they were Riding overturned mlddlet0 a to wish a saturday night after being struck by another Auto. Two teenagers escaped with minor cuts and bruises the car was hit at its right front door As it crossed from Gino a drive Iri to the opposite Side of route 13, Tullytown police said. Courier times photo two injured As car flips on route 13 Hamburg toll 108 dead mourning ordered for flood victims West flies Berlin corridors Berlin i up in the West flew military and commercial planes in and out of Berlin today despite a new russian attempt to restrict air traffic and the appearance of soviet Mig Jet fighters near the vital Aerial corridors to the City. The russian again had attempted to limit Western flights in a follow up to the soviet rejection of a Western protest against harassing actions by russian planes in the corridors in the past. This time some Mig fighters were sighted but there were no reports of any russian interference with any of the Western Allied flights. Quot and that includes the press up hearings 9 magistrates declare miss i. Elizabeth Jones Secretary of the Bucks county magistrates association today spoke for the group and declared that a any hearing before a Justice of the peace is open to the Public to attend and that includes the miss Jones a Warwick township Justice of the peace said the magistrates association is making plans Quot to police its own group a in this and other nut ters. Refused admission at its recent monthly meeting in the Bucks county administration building the discussed the refusal of a Justice of the peace to admit a reporter to a hearing. They also discussed who do Legal chores and give Legal counsel conflicting with an attorney s profession and rights. A Resolution was adopted authorizing a committee of to study to find effective Means for policing not Only members of the association but All justices of the peace in the county. A courier times reporter was barred from the office of Langhorne up John a Beiler at a hearing he recently held. The press association of Bucks county complained to the magistrates association to the state attorney general and to the District attorney. Study committee named to the study committee were Clyde c. Leaver jr., Buckingham township chairman George b Paxson Langhorne Samuel Hughes jr., lower Fairfield township Ami Joseph a Davis new Britain Borough. A in reference to Over acts of a continued on Page 3, i. 7 registrars Start tour Buck county s travelling registrars Are visiting two locations it lower Bucks today so that residents who Are not registered can fill out application on the spot or make party changes. Registrars sit from 2 to i . At the Edgely fire House Beaver dam and Edgely ave and at the Croydon fire House state Road Ami Patterson ave. Tomorrow the registrars will he at the american legion Home Bridge St., Morrisville. Two Levittown teenagers is Hamburg Germany up a caped with cuts and bruises sat the Hamburg City state Patriia urday night when the car in which they were Riding overturned after it bad been struck by another car. A Croydon girl Riding in the other car involved in the collision also suffered minor injuries. Treated at lower Bucks county Hospital were Charles f. Troxell 16, of 6 Vista Road Vermilion Hill face bruises miss Mary Myers 15, of 55 i curve Road Indian Creek bruised forehead and left knee and miss Ida Williams 18, 1729 Maple ave., Croydon bruises of the forehead and thigh and an injured Finger. All were released following treatment the Hospital said. Tullytown Borough police officer John Steen said Troxell was driving his car from Gino a driven on route 13 to the opposite Side of route 13, when it was struck at the right front door by an Auto driven by Howard Beese. 19, of Cedar ave., Croydon. The collisions Impact overturned Troxelle vehicle police said. Miss Myers was a passenger in Trox Ellis car and miss Williams was in Beese s Auto. Damages to Beese s Auto were estimated by police at about $800. Troxelle a car was a total loss police said. Troxell was issued a summons by officer Steen for failing to yield the right of Way. The injured were taken to the Hospital by the Levittown fair less Hills Rescue squad. He had name right Philadelphia up a John Kennedy president Quot was the reply from a six year old boy today when two patrolmen asked for his name. A further Check showed that the Blond Blue eyed youngster actually was John Kennedy the object of an All. Night police search. He was reported missing from Home sunday night after failing to show up for dinner. His Mother mrs. Joseph Kennedy collapsed earlier today and was admitted to Temple University Hospital when the All night Hunt failed to produce any Trace of the boy. Young Kennedy was sighted by the patrolmen walking along a North Philadelphia Street with another boy. Meat today ordered state mourning for More than too known flood victims while thousands of ., British and West German Rescue workers searched for More bodies Drifting in littered floodwater across Northern Europe. City officials placed the official toll in Hamburg alone at 106 dead with hundreds More injured and More than 100,000 persons homeless. This brought the official toll for Germany s worst Winter storm in history to 145 dead two less than earlier unofficial counts. The extent of the damage in Germany was unknown but was considered vast. British insurance firms alone reported they lost an estimated $56 to $140 million in Marine insurance on goods Avail ing ship or Shore transport. In an emergency session the Hamburg parliament ordered a mass funeral wednesday for All recovered bodies. Police officials said they expected the toll to Rise with the discovery of More victims floating in receding backwaters drowned in their Homes or continued on Page 3, col. 4 a pursued a tells police woman faces charge of Drunken driving Odds favor Glenn orbit tomorrow Cape canaveral up the weather Odds tilted in astronaut John h. Glenn or s favor today and the countdown proceeded for his planned Orbital flight some time after 7 30 . Est tomorrow. The National aeronautics and space administration Nasa issued a weather forecast which it called cautiously optimistic. It. Co. John a. Shorty Powers spokesman for nasal a Mercury Man in orbit project said the Odds appeared to be �?o60-40 in our the first half of the two a Day countdown began at 2 30 . Est both the Atlas Booster rocket and the Mercury space capsule were ready for the first Attempt to put a Man in orbit around the Earth. Powers quoted Nasa Weatherman Ernest Amman As saying he was a a a Little bit More optimistic than Quot he is usually pretty cautious Quot Powers added. Quot when Ernie is optimistic i can t help but tilt the Scales in our project officials planned to Monitor weather throughout the Day make a Complete review of weather situation tonight to include on scene reports from Coat tailed on Page 3, col. 8 rebels say talks still on Paris up a the French claimed today that a cease fire agreement has been reached with the algerian rebels but the rebels said the peace talks have not ended. Authorized French circles made the cease fire announcement this morning soon after Frances algerian affairs minister Louis Joe ended secret talks with the rebel. The talks the latest in a series lasted one week. No official communique on the agreement was issued in Paris because such a document would have had to be two sided and agreed to by both parties a a move France apparently did not want at this stage. Authoritative French spokesmen said full agreement was reached. But the rebel leaders on their return to Tunis this afternoon denied this statement. In tunic rebel foreign minister Saad Dahyab told newsmen at the Airport that a the discussion is not ended. It has made a great Deal of Progress and can resume with Good vice Premier Belgacem Krim said Quot things Are going quite Well but we have a lot to news of the denials reached Here while president Charles do Gaulle was receiving a report on the talks from the three French ministers who took part Joyc Public works minister Robert Buran and state Secretary for Sahara affairs Jean de Broglie. According to French officials the agreement was reached late coat tailed on Page 3, col. I Snow misses Bucks again lower Bucks county today escaped still another snowfall. The few inches of Snow which had been forecast for the area Early this morning amounted to sleet and rain. The Quarter Inch of rainfall however caused hazardous driving on most roads before rising temperatures melted away the Glazy cover. Today a borderline Case Quot was the second in four Days for lower Bucks which was prepared for Quot two to four inches Quot of Snow last Friday. But As was the Case today the coastal effect on the weather spared the area of Snow accumulation As warmer air changed the precipitation to rain. The Trenton weather Bureau reported Snow in Northern new Jersey and new York City and to the West of us in Allentown. The fore output d on Page 3, col. 7 a Bristol Terrace woman who sought police Protection from a Quot pursuing assailant Quot today faced charges of Drunken driving and breach of the peace in Bristol Borough Borough police arrested miss Doris Rhodes 22, of 801 court a Bristol Terrace ii at 2 35 . Yesterday and charged her with Drunken driving after she struck a Utility pole on Horter St. Behind the police station. Jump from car at 2 to a a John Chichilitti the police dispatcher radioed patrolmen Alfred Eastlack Ami Joseph Mangiarcina who were on duty in the radio car that a disturbance was taking place behind the police station. The officers responded to the Call and discovered miss Rhodes who jumped from the car she was driving and ran up to them mils Rhodes told police that James cd slum of the same Bristol Terrace address was following her in another car and had threatened to beat Ber if hell caught her. Both Chislum and miss Rhodes were taken into the police station where miss Rhodes was first charged with breach of the peace. Upon further investigation she was taken to lower Bucks county Hospital where she was pronounced under the influence of in. Lox Cating beverages she a then charged by police with Drunken driving. No charge were brought against Chillum. Police say that miss Rhodes admitted having consumed alcoholic beverage at a party in Trenton and at a cafe on the out it continued on Page 3, col. I coins Ord a $500 going this week like to win $500? you can if you correctly solve a or come closest to solving coi word no. 51. The big $500 Bonanza will go off this week. Of no Correct solution is submitted the person or persons nearest the answer will receive Ute Money. And in Case of a tie the Money will be split. You still live time to enter. Deadline is Midnight tonight. Entries postmarked or received at the courier times by Midnight will be eligible. Index amusement18 Junior reporter. 28 clarified. In. 19 movie. A dear abby7 obituary. 4 editorial. 6 sport. La. Is feature. 7 Stock inquiring reporter 5 to Jacoby. 18 women new. I a

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