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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Bristol, Pennsylvania 4 Hurt i Bristol top. Fire destroys taxi after collision four persons were injured Early this morning when a taxicab and a car collided on route to Between Haines Hoad and the Levittown shopping Center at 12 45 . The taxicab operated by Edward Waldron. 49. Of 70 viewpoint Lane Vermilion Hills caught fire after the crash and was completely destroyed. Waldron was Hurt and the other three injured were All passengers in the second car driven by Ulysee Wells 20, of to Humboldt St., Trenton. Taken to Hospital they were Randall Jackson 24, of 374 Reservoir St., Trenton John Baldwin 821 Winder drive Bristol township and Ruth Carrington 57 Quarter turn Road Quincy hollow Levittown. All four were taken to lower Bucks county Hospital and were released after treatment. Bristol township police said that Wells was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. He was released on $1,000 bail for a hearing before Justice of the peace Joseph Haines on wednesday. Pushed 260 Yards police said that Waldron had stopped on route 13 to turn into a Gas station across the medial strip. Both cars were travelling East. After the collision Waldron Scab was pushed 260 Yards up the Road before bursting into flames and coming to a halt. Scranton backers done to seem so keen on Helpin Washington up a Penn Man race Quot Between thy Sylvania gov. William w. Scranton had plenty of welcomes into the presidential sweep Sakes today but there was Little evidence his Well wishers planned to help him out of the starting Gate in the race. Latest among the top republicans who hailed Scranton sentry into the Field As Assurance of a a Clear choices at the party a National convention next month was former vice president Richard m. Nixon who predicted the drive for the nomination would be a a two Govor Barry nor and Arizona sen. Coldwater. Nixon returning to this country from a trip to London sounded a dissonant note in the acclaim when he said Scranton appeared a a vacillating and warned that he must a not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone else in his Campaign. Despite statements of Welcome from republicans of every Stripe the Only Clear Indi j cations of support for Scranton came from a supporter of am Bassadore Henry t abot Lodge and Rhode Island republicans. Maxwell Rabb a former Eisenhower staff member and head of a draft Lodge Organiza i non. Threw his support to the j Pennsylvania governor Friday j after visiting the former Prosi i Dent at his Home in Gettysburg a. Assemblyman is Quot key in decision cab Driver Edward Waldron escaped with minor injuries from this blazing taxi after it burst into flames and was pushed 260 Yards in a crash on route 13, Bristol township Early this morning. Courier times photo by Jim Stanton courier times staff writer Bucks county Republican assemblyman Alan d. Williams said today that he and five other assemblymen played a key role yesterday in getting governor William w. Scranton to run for Tho presidential nomination. Life Ful sail Ftp Troy Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper saturday june 13, 1964 Page 3 in Doylestown late judge Rubin s portrait presented to Bucks by widow Middletown intercept line Kod or a the judges Bench of this judge Rubin became a Mem county was honoured when he Ber of the jurists Bench in 1956. Joined it said president judge Edward g. Biester yesterday when a portrait of the late judge i. Louis Rubin was presented to Bucks county to be Hung in the judges gallery in the courthouse. I mrs. Rubin the former miss Jacqueline m. Pinto widow of the Jurist who died sept. 18, 1959 at the age of 59, presented the portrait to Bucks county a commissioner John j. Bodley chairman. He was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1921 and from its Law school in 1924. He was admitted to the Bucks county bar feb. 16, 1925. In the assemblage in court room no. I where the ceremonies were held was John f. Folinsbee new Hope one of the Best known and outstanding artists in America who painted judge Rubin a likeness from one of his photographs. A High respect president judge Biester said a the High respect that everyone had for judge Rubin is Best exemplified in the example of the bipartisan support the Bucks county bar members. Judge Rubin a own fellow attorneys gave him when he ran for office. Judge Rubin was a Man who had great sensitivity liked the Fine things of life had great appreciation and was beloved by people who knew him Best. A the was a talented musician a Superb pianist and a Man who had Many facets to his personality. He and i spent enjoyable hours to circles by Larry Incollingo first to say a Happy 98th birth Day mrs. Anna j. Smith. That marvelous Fountain that reportedly could restore youth to old persons was never found by Ponce de Leon. He began searching for it in 1513 in an area he named Florida. After his death the search ended. Ten years ago mrs. Anna j. Smith Newtown r d.2, went to Florida for a vacation and she found the object of Ponce a search. At least that is w hat mrs. Smith tells people when asked to what she contributes her longevity. Mrs. Smith will be 98 years Young september 19. And she is Young. She gardens makes Patch work for quilting does housework and carries on a tremendous volume of correspondence with 13 grandchildren. 27 great grandchildren i great great grandchild and an army of nieces nephews and friends. It one of 15 children mrs Smith who is a lifelong resident of Bucks county was born and raised on a farm and married a Dairy Farmer. She recalls the tallow dip that was used to produce the lighting needs of those Early Days and baking bread in a fireplace oven. She has had four children the eldest of the three living being 77. Perhaps she skidding about having found and drunk from the legendary Fountain of youth but one thing she does not kid about. And that is that her life was one of hard work. She cooked for her family the hired hands washed for All and did the farm chores Peculiar to women of the soil. Perhaps hard work is the True secret to her longevity. But whatever her secret mrs. Smith is an extraordinary woman for her age. Besides everything else she reads newspapers magazines and can hold her own in any conversation. She is a member of the Buckingham friends meeting and lives with her daughter and her husband or. And mrs. Edmund Aldrich. We want to be among the of the More than too essays submitted to the mothers association essay by the Bristol High school class of �?T64 the Winner was that of Rose Cut tone daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph p. Cuttone 670 mansion St., Bristol. The subject the class was asked to write on was a what Man in history do you think had the most profound effect upon roses selection was Jesus Christ. Excerpts from her paper reveal the reason for her selection. You would probably expect me to say Napoleon Abraham Lincoln and John f. Kennedy. But in my heart there is one single Man who we can truly say has made a most profound effect upon civilization. That Man is Jesus a a. Words cannot be expressed to Tell of the feelings i have for him. I can Only profess his great Impact on civilization by telling of his Impact on a. Many times i have Felt that life was worthless and meaningless but soon i took a look out of my window at natures Beauty. A new born baby. Life has no meaning unless Jesus is in the essays wore judged by school professional people. School officials admitted both Surprise and admiration at the work. Rose received a $25 savings Bond As a prize. She won another $10 award for achieving the highest grades in her Spanish class. Her plans for the future include a year of work and then off to. College. But she must have the year of work first and she says a it is not very easy to find a Klein Quaker who is president county bar Assoc judge Rubin was Learned in the Law very astute and above All a Man of compassion. A the name of judge Rubin g will always rank High in this county a he said. In attendance were judges Edwin h. Satterthwaite John p. Fullam Lawrence a. Monroe and Paul r. Beckert. Bucks county commissioners Walter s. Farley or. And Joseph o. Canby also attended. Klein presented mrs. Rubin to Bodley who in an acceptance speech said a your husband was a Brilliant lawyer and Fine Jurist. We Are most glad to hang his portrait in the judicial gallery of judges portraits in the Rotunda of the judicial Wing of the judge Rubin who served from 1956 to 1959 As a Jurist when he was taken ill was a member of the Bucks county bar for 34 years. Mrs. Rubin resides in the Pebble Hill Section of Doylestown township where she and her husband moved after his Elevation to the judges Bench eight years ago. Continued from Page i cause of the danger of All lower Bucks residents according to John t. Carson vice chairman of the authority. Carson said that costs arc higher now they would have been five years ago and the costs can be expected to go up in the future. Walter s. Farley or. County commissioner and former Middletown supervisor said a the commissioners feel so strongly that the Creek is headed for further contamination a that they Are willing to Grant the subsidy for to years. Farley said it is not a matter of a will you have sewers1?�?� but a when will you have sewers a he urged the residents to join in the project. 990 sought according to Williams at a meeting in Scranton a Harrisburg office five state representatives appealed to Scranton to run from the standpoint of a practical Williams the last of the speakers said he appealed to a a Scranton a conscience. A i gave Back to him approximately the same talk he gave me on the sales tax and unemployment compensation a an Appeal to his Williams was one of the final holdouts on these two Bills endorsed by Scranton. A i had people All Over the place say my Appeal up Scranton a conscience is what seems to have done it deciding to run. Mrs. Scranton continued from Page i Nedy or anyone else in that position. Friday when she admitted that it is possible that she will be cast in the role of first lady she looked askance and commented a i wont even think about that. In a Only thinking in terms of the next four weeks until the convention. Discuss decision mrs. Scranton said she had discussed her husbands dec Sion with him beforehand be cause a a we always discuss any major decisions a i think this is an Uphill some residents Felt that the fight a she said a but you can to school District should not re imagine the amount of pressure a Cive any a a favors Lauble site for the school was purchased a eyes wide open that would be no sewers there. In stating the boards vision after the because the that has been building up Junior High j around Bill for the past week with j we have been besieged with there j letters and phone Calls from All sorts of people. It became a inde-1 Parent that somebody should be executive ses the candidate and Bill is that a Token Sion Wright said that a Token i she said her reluctance to number of customers perhaps see her husband in Public life 150, might be available if the came about largely because of authority would be satisfied with its effect on their four children that. The authority said it was Susan 18, William 16, Joseph seeking the entire 990 from mid 14 and Peter to. A we think we might have been the Straw that broke the camels Back a Williams said. Williams and Throe other Republican legislators w o r e to meet with former president Dwight d. Eisenhower at 2 45 . Today to ask him to support gov. Scranton for the gof presidential nomination. After Baltimore talk the meeting was scheduled to take place shortly after Scranton addressed the Republican state convention of Maryland in Baltimore. Four of the original 27-member delegation which attempted to Confer with Eisenhower yesterday will represent the group which will see the former president this afternoon. In addition to Williams the other three Are reps. Alvin c. Bush of Munch Lycoming county in Jack Seltzer Palmyra Lebanon county and Cecil k. Lebernight Johnstown Cambria county. A at proper time the 27 member delegation called on Eisenhower at his Gettysburg office yesterday and left a written message after being rebuffed on requests for a personal meeting. However Williams quoted Brig. Gen. Rob Ert Schulz Eisenhower a aide As saying he would try to arrange a face to face conference for to Day. A we will urge Ike at the proper time that he should wholeheartedly support Scranton a Williams stated. Williams said he hoped legislators in the other 49 states a who feel As we do will Contact Eisenhower asking him a to Jake a firm stand for progressive republicanism in his j and Bayard Ewing gop National committeeman from Rhode Island said last night he j was certain 12 of the states 14 delegates would support Scran j Nelson Rockefeller of i new York until Friday the Only j serious contender besides Gold a water said he was a glad to see j gov Scranton a announcement that he is joining the Battle to give our party a neither Rockefeller nor Michigan gov. George Romney who has been inactive in the Campaign so far but who is mentioned As a possible dark horse gave any indication they might lend support to Scranton in an All out Stop Good water drive. Romney said Only that h would try to keep his state s 48-member Block of delegates uncommitted for the time being. From the Goldwater Camp the comment was that the Arizona senator was rolling too Fa-4 toward the nomination to be stopped. A under the Presto Ritua Uon i think he Granton has waited too Long a said former sen. William f. Knowland Leader of the Goldwater Campaign in California. Goldwater himself agreed that the convention should have a Choice. He said Scranton a will fight a Chan. Vigorous Campaign. He will not Duck the Deci Ision continued from Page i said that he spoke to Scranton in Cleveland this week and urged him to run. Mrs. Margaret s. Kooker assemblyman r from the first District said she a More or less anticipated Scranton s move but added a this Road will be a Little harder now since he deferred so Long. Dle town. A a it a just real though on the Farley asked the Board to set children because we have to be a definite time for further Dis away so much and its difficult he cussing the matter asked if the Board members found themselves in a 2-2 split also i to maintain Susan and a Normal Home Joe accompanied or were simply unwilling to j their parents to Baltimore for come to a decision. Wright de the announcement and sat with dined to answer. The 2-2 split was a due to the absence visor Augie Everitt been hospitalized for Hon. Cahill moved to table the matter to an indefinite Date. Tommy Thompson seconded the motion and Jack Lindsay concurred. Wright abstained. Him during once. The news Confer of super and opera successor it i Barber shop opens doors cherries Leeds hair cutting club has opened its doors to negroes. The Yardley Barbershop scene of a act picketing and a Legal action in recent months for allegedly discriminating against negroes has agreed to serve them in future. The owner. Charles Lee was to Nave appeared at a Public hearing before the Pennsylvania human relations commission next Friday. A complaint was registered i water at the convention with the commission by another Yardley resident Millard c. Mitchell president of the Bucks county a act who claimed he was refused service. The hearing has now been cancelled a commission spokesman said because Lee has signed an agreement to serve Cus a the would satisfied she said Quot if he had made his announcement earlier. But he still stands an excellent Chance. Ii la be a Lively fight and i think everyone in Pennsylvania will be awfully proud a William j. Veitch county Reg sister of wills and a former assistant cop chairman a a it a a matter of too Little too late i feel that he should have entered Tho race before the California primary where Goldwater edged Rockefeller a not anti Gold water Veitch said he is pro Scranton but not anti Goldwater. Mrs. William Henderson Secretary of the Bucks county citizens for Goldwater committee a the Scranton is too late. To Goldwater has the delegates and nothing will Stop him. I would like to see him Scranton on the same ticket with Goldwater. Mrs. Henderson said that the committee was preparing to petition Keller to support Gold Charles Meredith of Quakertown an assistant gop chairman a ill appears that Gold water is going to have very Little of a problem getting the nomination. The Only thing that can be done is to get him to modify his platform. Scranton waited too Long. He should have an to mors a without regard to race i bounced his candidacy last no religion or National pm a obituaries mrs. Robie Ruth Bro it on the message Given to Eisen Hower yesterday urged him to openly support Scranton As the Only nominee who can unite the action torn cop. However fear for the continued gof control of the state legislature if the ticket is headed by u. S. Sen. Barry Coldwater of Arizona was another Factor in the legislators efforts. Cahill resigns prom Board in Middletown Hay Man will be speaker Don c. Hayman circulation director of the courier and times will be one of the principal speakers at the 65th annual convention of the International circulation managers association next week. The convention will be held at the americana hotel in Miami Beach Fla. Hayman will speak on a increasing the Over All efficiency of the modern Day circulation More than 500 circulation managers from daily newspapers All Over the world Are expected to attend the four Day convention. Besides being an officer in the organization Hayman is also editor of the circulation managers monthly news Magazine. Outing continued from Page i Banks. The body was recovered at 3 25 . Police identified the dead youth companions As Joseph i or a 19, of 1853 Venango St., Edward Zolynski 17, of 3579 Stoughton St., Dot Doherty 14, of 6820 Henry ave., Dougherty 17, of 4415 Casper St., Mary Ann Fern 15. Of 2015 e. Tioga St., and Marilyn Zelenski. 14, of 4146 Dungan St., All of Philadelphia. Bucks county Deputy Coroner John Black authorized the removal of the body from Hulmeville to lower Bucks Hospital. Miss Mary Lou Henry Bristol High school teacher was awarded a master of science degree at Temple University a 87th commencement thursday. Miss Henry went to school while teaching school to win her degree. Sad news for Newtown Boro 49-state it was inadvertently stated in yesterdays courier times that school taxes in Newtown Borough Are to do Down and those in the township Are to go up. Today we have Good news for the township a taxes there Are going Down from 68 to 59 Mills. Tough Luck for the Borough though. Taxes there Are going up by six Mills to 50 Mills. Continued from Page i would spell defeat for Many congressional legislative and statewide candidates. One of the conferees rep. Cecil k. Leberknight who represents normally democratic Johnstown predicted his own defeat if Goldwater is the presidential nominee a i feel i am lost with Goldwater As the candidate a he said. Other House members who attended the meeting were reps. Alan d. Williams jr., Doylestown Bucks county and h. Jack Seltzer Palmyra Lebanon county. James l. Cahill submitted his Long expected resignation from the Middletown township Board of supervisors last night effective immediately. The former Board chairman Long its most controversial figure said he would be moving from the township about aug. I because of his employment in Rochester n. Y. A successor will be appointed by the other four Board members within the next 30 Days As prescribed by Law. James l. Wright jr., Board chairman declined to comment How soon the appointment would be made. In october rumours that Cahill a Republican would leave the township arose last year after he took a Job with Xerox corp. In october. He came under fire from democrats led by then supervisor Walter s. Farley jr., after he missed several wednesday night supervisor meetings. The Board changed the meeting night to Friday in january enabling Cahill to attend regularly. A it is with some regret that we accept this resignation a Wright said. A the has set pretty High standards for himself and those who work for weight also a Republican succeeded Cahill As chairman in january. Cahill was appointed to the Board after the death of supervisor j. Russell Newbold in april 1961. At this time Cahill was chairman of the township commercial and Industrial development commission. He formerly was on the planning commission. The 40-year-old Cahill known for his outspoken manner has been a resident of the township for seven years he lives presently at 14 Homestead Road Highland Park Levittown. In his letter of resignation to Wright Cahill said that a Over the past several years it has been an Honor to serve our Fine Community. I have been particularly impressed by the hardworking and Loyal attitude displayed by All of the township employees. A was a group they represent the finest employees i have Ever had the pleasure to work with. They do credit to the township and surely make the Job of supervisor easier. I will miss them. A Fine place Middletown township is a Fine place a the letter said. A it Nas remained so by attracting Good people in its service and resisting the pressures of selfish groups. I Hope this will the lanky father of four received Strong applause from the people attending the meeting. But others had different feelings on his resignation. Farley who was present said afterwards that it took a a unmitigated Gall a for Cahill to resign after making the decisions he did during the three and a half hour meeting just ended. Jack Lindsay Farley a successor As the Only democratic supervisor on the five Man Board said Cahill had a a lot of nerve to resign citing Farley a reason. Mrs. Robie Ruth Bratton widow of the late Conrad Bratton died suddenly on thursday at the Home of her Niece mrs. Samuel Buckley 245 Waltham Road Fairless Hills. She was 57. Born in Patton pa., she made her Home with mrs. Buckley for the past to years. Also surviving is a sister mrs. Harry Waugh of Altoona pa., a brother. Lawrence Shunk Wiler of Boston mass., and a Nephew Charles Dayton Shunk Wiler of Linesville a. Mrs. Bratton had been employed in the cafeteria of the Oxford Valley school. Fairless Hills and w As a member of Trinity evangelical lutheran Church of Fairless Hills. Relatives friends and members of the Penn Bury school system Are invited to the funeral monday at 11 30 . In the Trinity evangelical lutheran Church Hood blvd. Fairless Hills conducted by the Rev James Diffenderfer. Friends May their re speeds sunday at the Beck-1 Dougherty mortuary 7400 new-1 Portville Road Levittown from i death notices Bratton on june 11. 1964. Robie i Ruth in the Home of her Niece mrs Samuel Buckley. 245 Waltham re i Fairless Hills a. Sister of mrs Harry Waugh. Altoona and Lawrence Shunkwiler Boston. Also surviving a Nephew Charles Dayton shunned Linesville a. Relatives friends and members of the Penn Bury school system Are invited to the funeral Munday at 11 30 in the Trinity evangelical lutheran Church Hood blvd. Fairless Hills a. Conducted by the Rev. James Diffenderfer friends May their respects Sun Day at the Beck Dougherty mortuary 7400 Newport Ville rd., Levittown from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . And at the Church monday from la to 11 30 interment Sunset memorial Park. In memorial Rousseau in Loving memory of our lather Frank Rousseau who passed away june 14, 1956. A god gave the gift of wealth to some the gift of lame to others. To us he gave the choicest gift of a wonderful Loving father. And while he lies in peaceful sleep his memory we shall always keep a j sadly missed by sons and daughters funeral directors Beck Dougherty mortuary a. Serving lower Bucks county. New. Portville. Fallsington ads. I 6-7600. 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 pm., and at Tho Church monday from la to 11 30 . Interment will be in Sunset memorial Park. Richard h. Winslow or. Richard in Winslow sr., husband of the late Ellen g. Winslow of 2512 Palmer ave., Edge by died Early today in the lower Bucks county Hospital following a Short illness. A Well known and lifelong resident of Bristol he was a member of the Bristol methodist c Hurch the Hopkins Lodge 87 of the i.o.o.f., the . Of a. And the Anchor yacht club All in Bristol. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons Richard in or. Of Edgely Kenneth j. Of Cornwells Heights a sister mrs. Walter Molden Bristol two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the John c. Black funeral Home Bristol have not been completed. Sultry Black funeral Home a 314 Cedar St. Bristol. St 8-7874. Charles f. Swartz funeral Home a Newtown a. To 8-3891, Dunn funeral Home a 378 s. Bel i e vue ave., Langhorne. So 7-3331. J. Allen Hooper a funeral Chapel 45 v Penn. Morrisville by 5-7725. Murphy s funeral Nome established Over 50 years. Within the mean. Of All 1002 Radcliffe St., Bristol St 8 2417. Molden funeral Chapel a a �33 i Otter St. Bristol St 8-6612 Tomlinson funeral homef22o7 Bristol Pike Cornwells hts. Me 9-0422. Florists Stein Florist serving phil., Suty urls 7059 Frankford ave. 2223 n. 1 hint St., Phila. 24 hour phone service. De 8-7100. Local forecast considerable cloudiness quite warm and humid scattered showers and possible thunderstorms tonight becoming fair and less humid sunday with seasonable temperatures fair and cooler sunday night. High yesterday 81. Low yesterday 57. Low this morning 67. Sunset tonight 8 29 . Sunrise tomorrow 5 29 . Sunset tomorrow 8 30 . Sunrise monday 5 29 . Tomorrow s tides at Bristol High 7 10 . Low 2 02 . High 7 53 . Low 2 44 . A for the tides at Morrisville add 15 minutes for High tide and 45 minutes for Low tide. Monday s tides at Bristol High 8 07 . Low 2 55 . High 8 55 . Low 3 35 . A for the tides at Morrisville add 15 minutes for High tide and 45 minutes for Low tide

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