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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Bristol, Pennsylvania Mrs. Khrushchev appeals to women of . F a obituaries mrs Lou it bacchae ac1 mrs. Louise Beecher a resident of Newportville for 38 years died saturday night at the age of 82. Relatives and friends Are in a cited to attend the funeral wednesday at i . Bom the a Faust funeral Home 908 Bellevue ave., Hulmeville. The Rev. It Guam rely Ca Mac Lachlan pastor of the Nesha Mony methodist it Torch Hulmeville will officiate a Ai the services. Interment will be in Hatboro a cemetery. Friends will be re calved at the funeral Home tomorrow from 7 to 9 . A mrs. Beecher widow of the late Reno p. Beecher is survived by three sons Walter Fox Cornwells Heights George Beecher Eddington and Bene g. 4801 Newport Ville Road Newport Fille with whom she lived. Also surviving Are nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral directors Mck Mottu Aby Srrita lower my county nolo port Ulo Bdl. I Otho. Mrs. Joan Purdy mrs. James h. Purdy a resident of lower make ital township for the last 12 years died suddenly last night in her Home on colonial Ridge drive lower make Lek. She was 71 born and raised in Philadelphia she was the former Jean Mcl Asch. She had resided for Many years in Willow Grove pa., while her husband James h. Purdy sr., operated a business in Conshohocken. Or. Purdy is a retired businessman. Mrs. Purdy had been an Active member in recent years of the Oxford Valley Chapel in Oxford Valley. Besides her husband she is survived by three sons James h. Jr., Raymond and Robert All of lower Wakefield two daughters mrs. Jean Miller of Doylestown and mrs. Eleanor Richie of Willow Grove three Sisters mrs. Bessie Frick of Glenside mrs. Margaret Waltham of Philadelphia and mrs. Agnes Smith of Marcus Hook . Is grandchild Slack fun Rai. Homb 111 must. Aristio Art uti. Of no umbral Hom in i Baber to ate. Leaf worm. Or 7-3331. A Hurst Pun rat Homs is Bod we Avo. Hal Moulite. To. Or Tim #. Allin hoopla funeral Chapel la v. Penna., Morrisville by s-7723 Moloon Fuhs Kal pm apr l Bijj Otter St. Bristol. St Miu. Murphy s Pun bal Hom Elatab. Hatted Over so poor. Within the mesas of Silim Radcliff St. Bristol six she. Tomlinson pvn iral Homb Vul a Totol fat. Condemns hts me mx2 florists Mitoi lows. Ute. Rank anniversaries. Wort Rita sad Flowen for All occasions. 254 Cedar. Bristol St . Prompt delivery. Plakk floret re u. Britt sex pros Yow sympathy with our ipod is funeral arrangements 16 up. Call Stu inf salivary St m4m imag ii Mem Ann occasions Servic i Philadelphia a suburbs i Browns tue re Trevose. 7-0073 stun Florist serving Phil a. By burbs. Tom Frankford Avo., to n front so Philo. M How phone oort too. Of Anoo. Cemetery memorials Bann a Tbs Marble i Oranita works. Jaah b Peirce i my by a St . To Mombrew i a a Allan Omar memorial Montant Sale. Buy co spacial t and save. Ooi Tenlen Avn. And Ivy rid by Philadelphia. Cau matted. Cd 7-0007 amazing psoriasis Story Jan. To. Imo a Pittsburgh. S9y a. A doctored for Peoria Aib a spent much mopey to no Avail then need Gap ointment and tablets for i weeks. Scales Dis if by magic la is weeks skin completely cleared Aud clean. First time Al 90 years. Thanks for year marvelous prod-1 this much abbreviated report tells of a users a Ama with a dual treatment for psoriasis now made available to in sufferers. Full information and details of a 14 Day trial plan from Cancun cil dept imm Rockport mass i death notice a a a Chik _ february 17. Ims of Moi a Newportville rd., . A. To Loute win of Ute id Ste pm or. Rotate no Tad friends Arn invited to attend Tho funeral w . From Faut Honor no hoi Bellevue Avo. Hul Movello. mom Hatboro cometary. Hatboro. To. Friend will he received at the funeral Home tuesday evening 7 to a . Dren three great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends Are invited to the funeral service on wednesday at 10 30 . From the Wetsel funeral Home Soi n. Easton Road Willow Grove. Rev. Philip Weiss of Oxford Val Ley Chapel will conduct the serv ice. A viewing will b Cheki at the funeral Home tomorrow evening. Jackson a at Britt. To. February 17. Ims. James in. Hoot and of nor a. Jackson. Rota Tive sad friends. Of the Pennsylvania rail invited to the viewing on Vining from Tho funeral Homo of John c. Black. 314 Coder St. Bristol. A. Private torment will be Bel Salvatore Tardino Salvatore Tardino 77, of 912 Jefferson ave., Bristol died yesterday at Delaware Valley Hospital after a Brief illness. He was the husband of the late Josephine Tardino. Or. Tardino was born in Italy and had been a resident of Bristol for so years. He was a retired employee of the Grundy Woolen Mills of Bristol. He was a member of the italian Mutual Aid fifth Ward association of Bristol. Or. Tardino is survived by two sons John of Parkland and Joseph of Bristol two daughters mrs. Frances Risdon and mrs. Laura Spadacino both of Bristol and nine grandchildren. Relatives and friends Are invited to attend the funeral at i . Wednesday from the Glazer a no funeral Home 430 Radcliffe St., Bristol. Solemn requiem mass will be celebrated in St. Annas Church at to . Interment will be in St. Mark s cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home tomorrow evening. Johnson at brie Tot. A. Pahrump us ims. By we a., husband of Ida e. Mumm. Relatives Aag friends members of Flam #23, Are invited in the services on thursday at i . From the funeral Home of John c. Bleck. 314 Cedar St. Bristol. Be. Interment brutal cemetery. Friend May cell at the funeral heme a wednesday eve Purdy february it ism. Of Yardley. Pa., formerly of Willow Grove. A. Jeanne my Loam beloved wife of James h. Relative and friends Are invited to the oort Sceo on Worts May to to . From the wot Sei funeral Home. Ssi North Easton Rood. Willow Tovo. Friends May Cal tuesday ski rim a on february id Inz. Mamie m. Of 317 Princess Avenue. Croydon. A. Re wives and Friend a invited to attend the service on tuesday at 3 pm. From the Moldan funeral 133 Otter Street Bristol. In Bristol cometary May Call this evening. Tardino a february it. To. Salvator. Husband of Ute Tate Josephine ins Digiorgio of in Jefferson Avon. Bristol. Died at Tho Delaware Valley Hospital after a urn too of a Taw Days he was 77. Relatives and friends an invited to attend the funeral on wednesday. I . From Tho Alsen funeral Home. 4m Radcliff Streak. Bristol. Solemn requiem Yvie an. It. Anal a Church. Interment by Marks cemetery. Friends May Call tuesday evening. In it Miriam Sabolla a Anthony. In Loving memory of a door father and Grandfather Manly february la. In. A a do remember a Loving thought we give to one no longer with it but la our hearts still uvas. Sadly mimed by children and grand Mulla a Anthony la Loving memory of a dear husband wha panted away february to. To. God knows How much i miss my nov or shall his memory Lade Levin thoughts shall Over wander to the snot where he la Laid. Sadly missed by wife. Grace. Jamas h. Jackson or. J Ames h. Jackson sr., husband of Florence l. Jackson 216 Dor Ranee St., Bristol died suddenly on saturday in the Delaware Val Ley Hospital Bristol. He was 71. Or. Jackson retired in 1957 of tor 43 years of service with the Pennsylvania Railroad. Survivors include his wife four daughters mrs. Naomi Taylor Bristol mrs. William John Reed Bristol mrs. Clorice Jackson Brown Bristol and mrs. George Mason Milwaukee wis. Two sons James h. Jackson Bristol and Ogden h. Jackson Bristol 27 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Relatives and friends Are invited to attend the viewing tomorrow evening at the funeral Home of John c. Black 314 Cedar is Bristol. Private services and in torment will be held on wednes Day with Rev. H. M. Satterfield Bethel .e. Church Bristol of fixating. Russell a. Johnson Russell a. Johnson husband of Ida e. Johnson 1424 Wilson ave Bristol died yesterday in lower Bucks county Hospital following a lengthy illness. He was 37. A lifetime resident of Bristol or. Johnson was manager Acme store in the area. He was a member of foam 25. Survivors include his wife daughter Pamela at Home two Brothers. C. Melvin Johnson Fer Jasonville and John c. Johnson Bristol and a sister mrs. Olive Willer Philadelphia. Relatives and friends Are invited to attend funeral services thursday at 2 . From the funeral Home of John c. Black 314 Cedar St., Bristol. Rev. R. L. Carlson of the Harriman methodist Church Bristol will officiate masonic services will be held wednesday at 8 . Friends May Call at the funeral Home wednesday evening. Interment will be in Bristol cemetery. Triangle rumoured the Hospital where actress Elizabeth Taylor is recuperating from a reported Case of a food poisoning said she was making a a a Fine recovery. She was reunited yesterday with her husband Eddie Fisher after the Singer had earlier been barred from her room in the Hospital for 6 hours. Actor Richard Burton who plays Antony to miss Taylor a starring role in the film a Cleopatra a also rushed Back to Rome upon learning of her illness. Up telephoto Nina says soviet wont a Start War Moscow up mrs. Nikita s. Khrushchev appealed to the women of the United states last night for a Friendly understanding Quot and support for her husband proposal for a Summit conference on disarmament. A i in a nine minute Short wave Langhorne woman Hurt Liz better Burton denies a Romance Rome up Elizabeth Taylor apparently recovered from a Case of food poisoning today left the Hospital with husband Eddie Fisher and her leading Man issued a statement denouncing Quot in. Controlled rumours Quot of a romantic involvement with the actress. Richard Burton 36 year old Welsh born actor who plays Marc Antony opposite miss Taylor in the movie Quot Cleopatra Quot said he was the victim of distorted statements and a series of coincidences. He said he and the 29-year-old miss Taylor Are just Quot Good rumours of a romantic attachment had been circulating for several Days in Rome perhaps because of their torrid love scenes before the cameras Here. The actors agent further quoted Burton As saying Quot Elizabeth and i have been close friends for Over 12 years. I have known her since she was a child Star and would certainly never do anything to Hurt her personally or professionally. Quot in answer to these rumours my Normal inclination would be simply to say no comment but i feel that in this Case things should be explained to protect a nurse at Salvator Mundi International Hospital reported this morning that the ravishing movie actress Quot had a very Good night Quot and might return Home today or tuesday. Miss Taylor was sped to the Hospital by ambulance saturday night from her $3,000 a month rented Villa on the App Ian Way. Although persons close to her said she was suffering from Quot exhaustion Quot As the result of Ber work in the movie Quot Cleopatra Quot or. Richard Pennington said she had been afflicted with food poisoning. Miss Taylor a husband Eddie Fisher hurried Back from Portugal where he had been on a business trip and was allowed to spend an hour with her in the Hospital sunday night. The doctors kept him from her bedside for six hours to give her Complete rest. A spokesman for Burton told newsmen sunday night that the actor has a Quot deep professional and personal regard for miss Taylor. During the filming Burton and his wife Sybil a Welsh born actress have been living with their two children in a rented Villa near the Fishers. An elderly Langhorne woman was seriously injured saturday evening when the car her husband was driving Slid on the ice on Tollgate Road Middletown township and struck a tree stump. A lower Bucks county Hospital spokesman said today that mrs. Charles Swan 72, Mill race farm was in serious condition suffering from a broken leg a possible broken jaw Aik right Elbow and lacerations of the Chin and right knee. Also injured was her husband 70, who was released from the Hospital after being treated for lacerations of the forehead and abrasions and lacerations of the left knee. Swan was travelling East on Tollgate Road when the Accident happened according to Middletown township police. The swans were taken to the Hospital by the Newtown american legion ambulance. Middletown officer Michael Arlen investigated. The Accident happened at 7 50 ., it was reported. Broadcast beamed to North America the wife of the soviet Premier said the soviet Union Quot will never be the first to Start a the Appeal was broadcast four times Over Moscow radio. Quot let us sink atom bombs along with the other weapons in the deepest part of the Ocean and live without weapons As Good neighbors going about our peaceful affairs Quot she said in accented but fluent English. Mrs. Khrushchev whose first name is Nina said she was responding to letters and cables from american women who Are greatly concerned about Quot the main problem of the Day which is How to prevent War and build up world peace Bow to prevent a nuclear age she said peace is the most ardent desire of every soviet Man woman and child. She said the soviet Union would like to return to the Quot Friendly understanding it had with the United states when Franklin d. Roosevelt was president. Quot unfortunately the danger of War has today again become a reality Quot she said. Quot we May have different views on the source of the danger but it is Clear that More and More people and among them thousands of Ameri Blough hints Price Rise Dilworth backed in Middletown the Middletown township democratic association chaired by John b. Lennon has voted to endorse Richardson Dilworth for governor. Other selections Are Joseph a. Clark for senator Genevieve Blatt Secretary of internal affairs James a. Michener. Congressman and Virgil White state senator. Avert stockpiling mrs. Manti m. Ski rim funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3 . For mrs. Mamie m. Ski rim 88. Of 517 Princess ave., Croydon who died Friday at her borne. She lived in this area All her life. Mrs. Ski rim is survived by a daughter mrs. Edith Kervick of Croydon a sister mrs. Sara Johnson Croydon and one grandchild. Services will be held from the Molden funeral Chapel 133 Otter St., Bristol. The Rev. Carl a. An Derman of the Bristol methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Bristol cemetery. Friends May Call this evening. Jamas a. Moor James a. Moore 74, of Philadelphia. Formerly of Bristol Bor. Ough died saturday in Millville Hospital Millville n. J. Following a Brief illness Road employee. Or. Moore was the brother of Andrew a. Moore sr., former Bristol Borough councilman. He was a retired Pennsylvania Railroad employee. Besides his toothed he is survived by five Sisters All of Phil Adelphia. Funeral services will be held wednesday at la . At St. Philo mens r. C. Church in Lansdowne the viewing will be tomorrow evening. A Basic steel pact seen in ten Days executive committee. Whit i a Levittown attorney Turnpike crash and Michener is Bucks county s famed author. Hulmeville youth injured Washington up a Roger Blough chairman of the Board of . Steel in an interview published today hinted that steel prices might Rise this year. Blough said that in place of a Price Rise Quot something very unusual Quot would have to happen to provide an adjustment Kween the vote was taken last night current production costs and by the associations prices. He maintained that costs had gone up 6 per cent in the past three years while prices remain unchanged. The steel executive in an inter View published in the Magazine . News and world report also said that the a a atmosphere is somewhat better Quot now than in the past few years for agreement on a new contract with the United steelworkers Union. The Union and the steel companies have begun in unprecedented fashion by starting contract talks earlier than Ever before. Blough asked if steel prices would Rise in 1962, answered Quot Well since you mention it that a not a bad idea. I like to forecast an increase in prices but i would say that otherwise something very unusual would have to happen. Otherwise some place along the line there would have to be some kind of adjustment Between the costs and the prices. It la have to improve in some ize that the danger does warns of destruction she said a new War could bring death and destruction into every Home and every family in the United states As Well As in other countries. Mrs. Khrushchev said the russians also want peace because they Are building a communist society in their country a a the greatest Ami the noblest undertaking that has Ever fallen to the Premier s wife said general disarmament would provide Protection from missiles and atom bombs. Then she put in a plug for her husbands latest proposal for a Summit meeting when the 18-nation disarmament conference opens in Geneva on March 14 kills i hurts 5 Norristown. A. It up _ Arlen Derbyshire 50, of Philadel phia was killed yesterday and five members of one family were a a. Injured in a head on collision a Hulmeville youth was in-1 involving a bus and six cars on Jared saturday night on Lang the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Borne Ardley Road Middletown state police said the car driven township when the car he was by miss Derbyshire sideswiped a driving struck an embankment. Edward Spaeth 20, 614 Knoll ave., was treated and released at lower Bucks county Hospital for a lacerated up and contusions of the Chest nose and Abdomen. Middletown township police said Spaeth was travelling East when the Accident occurred at ii . Spaeth s car Slid on the ice police said. Penndel. Middletown Rescue squad took him to the Hospital Middletown officer Morton Sutton investigated. Westbound bus in passing ran out of control crossed a medial strip and collided with an Auto driven by s. Sherwood Boorse of Norwood. Termites Coll Pioneer 4-4006 fuming mrs. Freda it Boi Laou mrs. Freda r. Mrs. Freda r. Boitiau a former resident of Southampton died thursday to the Chapel Hill convalescent Home Baltimore my. Pittsburgh up representatives of the la major steel companies and the United steelworkers of America today aimed for a Quot Basic Quot agreement within to Days upon the resumption of negotiations on a new steel pact covering 430,000 Basic steelworkers. Us president David j. Mcdonald and r. Conrad Cooper chid Industry negotiator and vice president of . Steel corp., scheduled a meeting of their respective top level bargaining committees today. They will meet at to . Est. Industry and Union negotiating teams held separate talks yesterday to evaluate the results of four Days of bargaining but the outcome of the sessions was not revealed. Expectations still Are running High however that a Quot memorandum of agreement Quot will be reached soon thus averting the stockpiling of supplies and preventing a strike when the current pact expires june 30. Steel Magazine predicted in Cleveland yesterday that the tasks probably will result in a peace she was 87 years old the widow of Clarence a. Boneau mrs. Boneau had lived to this area for 63 years prior to her illness to 1956. A son Norman h. Bolieau. Baltimore Mystic Vive. Funeral services were held today at t . From the William Rowan Grant funeral Home inc., Southampton Rev. Harold j Schul pastor of the North and Southampton reformed Church. Churchville officiated. Interment was to William Penn cemetery Somerton. Ful settlement but the publication said negotiations might last unto somewhere near the june 30th deadline. The publication said it expected an agreement on at least a two year contract with wage and fringe concessions totalling about 12 cents an hour. It said the number of orders booked in the next few months probably will be based on the Progress of the talks now underway Here. The Kennedy administration has expressed Hopes for a speedy agreement to prevent the country a economic balance from being upset by an artificial stockpiling of materials. 2 cars crash on route 413 new addition is appropriate Brockton. Mats. Up mrs. Janet Berry 20, gave birth to a nine Pound baby sunday in the Kingston nursing Home where she live with her husband. Appropriately the new addition to the All male nursing Home was a boy. Lihi6hts nutria oms ewer Tamu teak to Lama ans ii Savoui from toss of squirt a a a it Alestri Mita a us Suo Isril is a Levittown Motorist has been been charged with reckless driving following an Accident Early saturday morning at route 413 and Bath Road Bristol township. Bristol township police said that a car driven by Leonard Godwin 26, of i Plumbridge drive Levittown struck the Auto driven by William Kessler 19, 448 Bridgetown Pike Langhorne at 1 51 . Godwin a vehicle police said struck and knocked Down a traffic Light Standard at the intersection after the collision. Kessler told police he was travelling North on route 413 when he noticed a car coming up on his right on Bath Road. He told police he had the blinking Amber Light while Godwin had the blinking red Light. Kessler said his car was hit on the left Side by Godwin a Auto. Godwin told police he stopped for the blinking red Light and then noticed the other car. Officer Aaron Keiton issued the charge. This Candy for the dogs Nottingham. England i up i j a a Candy maker announced he is exporting chocolates with a special meat protein supplement for dogs. In tier Ray ism 40? 04 Start Roe. Learn a by beg nor my Foch a til Ana Advance Alltz enrol Day o eve cts i fret a enrol school of business machines i f. Stat St., Ironton in -503 a Hava another number i 3-1000 courier times Pomeroy a Levittown a. This week Only Naif in Noxon flits Yow family has aah for a a 8.95 new photographs a of your child 1 8x10 portrait to Kaap 2 5x7 a far grandparents 3 Wallet size picture for Quot aunts and unclog Quot use your Pomeroy s charge Plato the portrait studio at Pomeroy t a writ floor a

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