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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bristol, Pennsylvania 2 Tow truck Drivers face charges summonses will be issued today or tomorrow by Justice of the peace Harry Christ of Morrisville on a complaint of reckless driving against the two Tow truck Drivers who figured in an Accident feb. 9 in which a Man lost a leg. Christ said this morning the summonses will be issued to John Pietrocarlo 23. O 140 Osborne ave. Morrisville and Harry be linger jr., 30, of River Road Newtown re. Filing charges against the two is officer Joseph Cavanaugh of Morrisville police. The two Drivers May be fined from $10 to $25 each plus $5 court costs Christ said. Loses leg Christ said Pietrocarlo was the Driver of a Tow truck which caused Anthony rim 44, of 519 Dukes Parkway. Manville . To receive injuries to both legs. Rim was pinned Between two stopped cars when Pietrocarlo struck the rear of one of the vehicles. Rim today was in fair condition in Mercer Hospital Trenton. His right leg was amputated after he was taken to the Hospital feb. 9. Chief John s. Davis of Morrisville police said the Accident occurred on West Trenton ave. Near North Lafayette ave. Rim was trying to help two women involved in a minor Accident during a Snow storm Jan. 26, nth leg the two Tow trucks came Rushing to the scene. Hiu vehicle police theorize the two had picked up the police Alert about the Accident on their truck radios and were Rushing to the scene to assist. Pietrocarlo struck the rear of one vehicle and the other Tow truck narrowly missed the first Tow truck. It ran off the Road. Police said hitting a tree. Patrolman Cavanaugh said neither Tow truck had been summoned by police. Pietrocarlo was driving a truck owned by Piscopo garage in Morrisville and Selling or was operating his own continued from Page i Allan r. Winn and children Allan r. Jr., Philip Mary Beth and Barbara Trenton or. And mrs. Robert b. Lauble and for. Ross Philadelphia and or. And mrs. Walter Mason and children Beverly and Ronald Levittown. Unable to be present were or. Arum mrs. Carl a Lauble and children Harold Wayne Carl jr., David and Carol Ann of Bedford Springs n y. Mishap bruises Bristol woman Eva Olearchik 28, of 356 Dor Ranee St., Bristol was treated Ami released at lower Bucks county Hospital yesterday morning for a Bruise of the left leg which she received As she stood alongside of the car of Louis Montelione 25, of 325 Lincoln ave., Bristol according to Borough police. Miss Olearchik told sgt. Earl Buck and officer Raymond Grimes of the Bristol Borough Force that Montelione pulled away from the curb at die intersection of Radcliffe Ami Market its. Before she could get Clear of the car. She said that she was injured As she wag dragged a Short distance by Montelione a car according to police. Police say that Montelione did not Stop to give the victim assistance. Continued from Page i crushed to death by wave tossed debris. Elsewhere in Northern Europe where the storm claimed 30 lives during the weekend 35 danish and norwegian boats and two danish air Force planes swept through the North sea looking for two danish fishing boats missing since Friday. A third fishing Cutter capsized and Sank on saturday. Three crewmen were still missing today but two others were plucked from a rubber Dinghy. This port of 2.8 million persons.4-foot Snow hits Midwest by United press International Winter s worst storm choked the upper Midwest with 4-foot Snow drifts today paralysing transportation and stranding hundreds of persons. Blizzard like winds up to 35 Miles an hour Cut visibility to Zero in Many sections from South Dakota to the Ohio Border. Minnesota had up to 27 inches of Snow. Some Iowa communities measured 20 inches. Sioux Falls s.d., reported 31 inches on the ground. Wisconsin had up to a foot of new Snow. Dubuque Iowa reported its heaviest february snowfall in half a Century. City Iowa residents said it was the worst storm in a decade. Michigan had 6 inches of Snow. Nebraska had up to 14 inches of Snow. Northern Illinois had a 6-Inch snowfall. South of the Snow Belt freezing rain glazed sidewalks and highways. Freak Winter thunderstorms were reported at Milwaukee wis., and mount Carmel in. Thunderstorms grumbled across Dixie dropping 2.5� inches of rain at Dothan Ala., and 2.50 inches at Ozark Ala. Mobile Ala., had 2 inches. The heavy Rains touched off Flash flooding in some areas and downtown streets were awash at Flomaton Ala. Temperatures dipped below Zero in Northern new England and North Dakota. Mcaa berth for Vitanova new Vork up Villan ova with a record of 16 wins and 6 defeats today became the first team to receive a member at Large berth in the 1962 National collegiate athletic association s University division basketball tournament. Which was hardest hit by the pounding seas and howling winds was left a City of shocked silence watery death and devastation. Receding Waters were expected to reveal More victims. Hardest hit areas besides Hamburg were lower Saxony and Schleswig Holstein. Fresh water was supped in barrels and jars As City authorities prepared a mass immunization program against Issue continued from Page i Merit on the Bonds it purchased. Under the Church plan die president would have Tho authority to withhold from the annual . Payment to the regular . Budget the amount due this country As its repayment on the Bonds. Fulbright told reporters he was not ready to endorse any of the various proposals for dealing with the Bond purchases but that the Church plan might be acceptable. Other congressional news Chi decease the House military operations subcommittee opened hearings into president Hen Nedy s $666 million civil defense program. The subcommittee a headed by rep. Chet Holifi Eki a Calif a wants to know whether the program is adequate to meet the threat of nuclear War. The first scheduled witness is Stuart l. Pittman assistant Secretary of defense for civil defense. Highways a staff member of the House Highway subcommittee said today that investigators at today s hearings would show that there were Quot atrocious and Quot phantom appraisals of property in the $65 million Federal Highway program in continued from Page i skirts of Trenton. She also admitted driving an automobile without the owner s permission while she had no License in her Possession according to police. James Barton actor Dies Mineola n y. It up it a actor James Barton 71, who played the role of Jeeter Lester in the Broadway production of Quot tobacco Road Quot died today in Nassau Hospital following a heart attack. Circulate petitions candidates to begin getting signatures the pre primary election political season will be under Way fully tomorrow when politicians begin collecting signatures to put their favorite candidates in the running. Petitions Are available at the Bucks county Board of elections office Doylestown. Several Hundred petitions have been taken out in Advance of the circulation period about 500 petitions for precinct committeemen and women were taken ten for assemblymen is for state senator and a few for congressman. Also available Are petitions for state committee members governor lieutenant governor . Senator and Secretary of internal affairs. The petitions must be filed with signatures by March to. The local committee petitions must be filed in Doylestown and the others in Harrisburg. Bucks county a travelling registrars Are starting their county tour at 2 . Today augmented by two registration inspectors. They will be in the sagely and Croydon fire houses until 9 of clock tonight. Bucks county now has 136,861 voters. They include 72,743 republicans. 58,744 democrats 3,147 of no party 1,201 independents and 26 of other a parties. Bristol Sally claimer your great daily Home newspaper monday february 19. 1962 Page 3 executive committee vote Bucks gop picks Scranton Van Zandt if the Bucks county Republican executive committee were asked to name the next governor and u. S. Senator of Pennsylvania it would pick rep. William Scranton of Scranton for governor and rep. James e. Van Zandt. Altoona for the u. S. Senate. The executive committee expressed its choices at the end of an intense seven hour meeting saturday. Committee desire Quot the purpose of this voting a Hess to run for Assembly John Hess. Bristol township school director has announced his candidacy for Assembly from the second District on the Republican ticket. Hess who made the announcement at the recent meeting of the Republican club of Bristol township pledged a clean primary Campaign but said Quot i intend to Call a Spade a Hess spoke at the meeting about conditions in the township he observed while on a tour with the township commissioners. He feels that a cleanup of sub Standard housing conditions in the township Quot May Well have a Long reaching effect on some of the student problems existing in schools Board activities he concluded with a report on the activities of the school Board. Lou Hahn an announced Republican candidate for the Assembly also spoke at the township gop meeting. He told the gathering that he did not feel he Quot would be campaigning against or. Hess but preparing for the fight against James Gallagher the democratic guest speaker of the evening was William j. Verch county Register of wills and former vice chairman of the Bucks county Republican party. He spoke on the problems facing Bucks now that it hag attained the status of a third class county. Resfa Traum drive Veitch spoke of the voter registration drive and urged everyone to Quot do ail you can to increase the Republican Rolls in the Veitch disclosed that he is working with a group to arrange a 16-week course in practical politics to be conducted at de Haas High school. Club members noted to change the group s name to Quot the Republican club of Bristol township Quot in order to expedite the obtaining of a Charier. The name change was brought about due the similarity of its name to the Republican organization Cleve Bryan club president commenting on the recent screening of candidates by the county committee called such screening and endorsement he Saki All prospective candidates did t have an Opportunity to submit their applications for consideration said county gop chairman Frederick e. Ziegler was to give me an ins get of the desires of the executive committee for state Scranton received 90 votes for governor. U. S. Sen. Hugh Scott and staid sen. William z. Scott each polled 17. Walter a. Ales Sandroni got five votes and Elkins Wetherill got four in the Straw vote. Left vote less were John Mcsparran sen. George Wade Superior court Justice Robert e. Woodside and Alvin Bush. For u. S. Senator Van Zandt got 90 votes. Thacher Longstretch five and Philip c. Pendleton none. Bucks county a state senator. Marvin v. Heller got a unanimous 42 votes for lieutenant governor. But William z. Scott polled 20 and Wetherill Drew 12 votes. The selection was not limited to one candidate for each office. For Secretary of internal affairs. The vote was Audrey relly. 16 Kathryn Martindale eight and William Livengood. hearings continued from Page i Justice of the peace reported by the press in recent months a the Resolution reads Quot it was noted the bylaws of the Bucks county magistrates association have no provisions for punitive action against justices of the peace in such different matters miss Jones while upholding the right of the Public and press to attend All hearings added Quot of someone at the hearing including the press does t behave or conduct himself properly he May be asked to leave or elated which is an entirely different Harold p. Lewis president of the magistrates association conducted the meeting. Snow misses unturned from Page i cast called for the rain and Snow flurries to end tonight. Crews out again a total of 200 men were out working last night and to s morning to handle the slush pm Bucks county highways according to Oscar a. Boos state Highway superintendent in charge of Bucks county roads. He said he was expecting from two to six inches of Snow to Start at i a Today but instead the rain and sled. Came at i ., work Crews started to work on county highways and by 3 a in. There were Soo workers on duty. They were using 13 loaders used to Load cinder trucks and 42 cinder trucks. The county highways were being covered with cinders to prevent skidding accidents. At to a in. The work Crews were still at work boo said since they expected the rain to continue the rest of the . Police arrest three three men were arrested yesterday on disorderly conduct charges following an Early morning disturbance outside the lower Bucks democratic club located off Newportville Road near the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Bristol township police were summoned to the club at 2.40 . To break up a fight in the parking lot. They arrested Gerald Mulheim 21, of n. Lincoln ave., and George e. Roth 21, of 301 Chancellor St., both of Newtown. Officers rennet h Underdown and Andrew Zosh made the arrests. Officer Charles j. Haines while assisting in the investigation noticed another Man creating a disturbance in the other end of the parking lot. Haines then arrested Sherman Martin 22, of 712 court d., Bristol Terrace 2, All three men were taken by police to Justice of the peace James v. Parto Tullytown for arraignment. Mulhern and both placed bail of $19 for a further tearing. Martin was held wider $100 bail pending a hearing at 8 . favor continued from Page n Navy ships in the recovery areas and make a preliminary Glt a no go decision at about Midnight. The big question Mark was a new storm forming Over the Virginia capes. This threatened to create the same conditions that caused three consecutive postponements of the launch a a last week. There also was a forecast of some cloudiness in the Capa canaveral area tuesday morning. This could affect the launching currently scheduled Between 7 30 a And 12 30 . Est. I the new Atlantic storm already was packing High winds and weathermen said that by tuesday these could be up to 25 Miles an hour and producing Waves Lolo 15 feet High. This would be Well above recovery requirements. There also was a weather disturbance in the area of the. Canary islands where Glenn might land if trouble developed id the pro Orbital portion of his flight. Weather Kain High today is Lew tonight 88 High yesterday 98 Low yesterday 84 Low this morning 89 Sunset tonight 3 38 . Sunrise tomorrow 1 44 . Rain today with above frees temperatures High in upper i rain or Snow flurries ending night Low la upper is. Morrow fair Aud no cold High in mid Ste. Youngsters enraptured at philharmonic concert tra from left Norma Weintraub 12, of Levittown Susan Garey 15, of Morrisville and Bart Pitman 13 of Washington crossing. The youngsters auditioned for Solo spots for this concert last May. An exciting passage in the music being played saturday by the Delaware Valley philharmonic orchestra during its Young Peoples concert causes Howard Kasman 9, of dark Leaf Lane Dogwood hollow Levittown to tightly clasp together his hands. More than 700 youngsters attended the hour concert. Jan Betty 6, of 47 Hemlock Road Highland Park Levittown listens intently to the music being played saturday by the Delaware Valley philharmonic orchestra during a Young Peoples concert at Franklin Roosevelt Junior High school Levittown. Courier times photos Henry Kerr Williams musical director and conductor of the Delaware Valley philharmonic orchestra discusses saturdays Young Peoples program with the guest soloists who performed with the orches settlement prospects dim bus strike creates Liaos across n. J. New Arr up a statewide bus strike and Stormy weather created chaos across new Jersey today disrupting one million daily Public service passengers and touching the lives of millions. Prospects appeared dim for an Early settlement. A Union spokesman said there would be no negotiations before tuesday at the very earliest. The personal Lith hour intervention of gov. Richard j. Hughes failed to prevent the Midnight walkout of 5,600 employees of Public service coordinated transport workers who seek a pay increase. The strike accompanied by Snow Hail rain wind and cold had an immediate crippling effect. Many schools closed. Trains and the relatively few buses left running were crowded and frequently late. Highways were jammed and hazardous. Thousands were late getting to work. Federal and state mediators sought to arrange another bargaining session Between the Union and Public service coordinated transport hit by its first walkout in la years. Commuter railroads which had extra cars added them. But they admitted they could not Cope with the 225.000 commuters who normally depend on the bus line to get to their out of state jobs taxis in downtown Newark were offering to go to Manhattan for $12.80 a Load. Hogtied reports failure last minute efforts to Avert the feb. 15 or. And mrs. Guy Murdock Wycombe penna., girl or. And mrs. Joseph Gaudet 71 Rock Pool Lane Levittown. A. Boy feb. 16 or Laid mrs. Merton Madway 32 Silverhill Road. Levittown boy or. And mrs. Donald Heaton 2646 e. Lincoln Highway. Langhorne girl or. And mrs. George Bergen. 162 Blue Hidge drive. Levittown boy or. And mrs. Jack Ward. 1102 Magnolia ave., Croydon boy or. And mrs. Alexander Campbell 72 Basswood Road Levittown. Girl feb. 17 or. Laid mrs. Peter Salmon. 3040 Century Lane Cornwells Heights girl or. And mrs. James Leary 119 Nesha Runy St. Penndel boy or. And mrs Charles Miller 19 hedge Road Levittown girl or. And mrs. Gary de masters 5 Cameo place Levittown boy a or and mrs. Peter War go 1305 by infield ave., Bristol girl or. And mrs. Robert my far Laid 26 be Chiree Road. Levittown girl feb. 18 or and mrs. George Shuey 15 be Chiree Road. Levittown girl or. And mrs. John Walterick 302 main St. Tullytown girl or and mrs. William Klings Jey 2305 air cobra St Levittown boy or and mrs. Richard Williamson 119 Stevenson ave., Beverly ju., girl feb. 14 or and mrs. Francis cd 20 Tim Lane. Levittown boy a or. And mrs. James steam. To Kentucky Lane Levittown girl walkout failed. Hughes summoned both sides to an extraordinary four and a half session at the executive mansion in Princeton. But he failed to win an agreement.7-yr. War it continued from Page i sunday night after a final week of Tough haggling at a secret hideout on French territory near the Swiss Border. Agreement seen certain French officials were at a 1ms for an explanation of the rebel denials. However they were convinced that even if the rebel statements resulted in More last minute bargaining an agreement now is certain. Earlier officials said that three principal documents had resulted from the secret negotiations which have been going on intermittently since last october. The first is a purely military cease fire agreement calling for an end to the fighting in which More than 250.000 moslem and europeans have died in the past seven years including some 18,-ooo French soldiers. It still was not known who would sign this document although the French want the military on both sides to sign. The political terms of the agreement will be Laid Down in two Quot declarations of intention which will be made Public simultaneously by the French government in Paris and the rebel gov emment in exile in Tunis. Mala terms the main terms of these were expected to be a France agrees the algerians shall have the right of self determination. A a mixed provisional executive committee of both moslem and europeans with a moslem chairman will be set up soon at government Headquarters at Rocher noir East of Algiers to run the territory during an interim period it of six to nine months. A a mixed Security Force of 3, too to 40,000 men probably under a moslem commander will be responsible for internal Security during the interim period although the bulk of France s 400,000 Man army will remain for a t me. A a referendum will be held throughout Algeria after about six months in which the entire population will vote Whetter it wants full Independence or to remain under French Rule. A if As expected the vote is overwhelmingly in favor of Independence a Sovereign Alger an Republic will be set up. A France will retain garrisons and bases in Algeria for a number of years. Police seeking Teener with Cut Bristol township police today Are looking for a teenager with a Cut on his Scalp. It seems that during the past week the food Concession stand at the Bristol partway route 13, has been vandalized by what police believe Are teenage youths. The latest entry police report was discovered saturday morning. Detective Edward Wilson in checking on the larceny which police believe occurred Friday night noticed blood and fragments of hair on the broken Glass window where the vandals apparently made their entry. Considerable damage has been caused police said by the recent wave of vandalism at the route 13 go cart race track

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