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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Bristol, Pennsylvania A to if Lier most in fair am mild today tonight and tomorrow. Iii a today near 60. Low tonight in i High tomorrow in tiffs. Instill Satin he Trier ii a Delaware valleys great Home i in i Fox vol. 5no. 31 member Abc Bristol. Pa., monday evening november 21, 1960 32 pages Price six cents Liri Stol St in in John ind More racial violence erupts in n. Orleans Santa Claus and Tho biggest pro Holiday Parade in its history came to Bristol saturday morning. Lit re is a part of the crowd that watched the 61-unit, hour Long Parade along the curbs Well in courier times photo lining up Advance. 40,000 Jam Bristol to Welcome St. Nick a crowd estimated at upwards of to imm people lined the streets saturday As Bristol formally opened the Holiday season with a mile Long til unit veterans Day ing Christmas Parade featuring the armed services amt Santa ians. Fine officials claimed that its was the largest crowd and the Bristol. They and army biggest Parade in the history of provided the estimate of Milf Wtipil j us a a and 45.000 officials and trailer entirely covered by Between i roses and with a Bevy of Beau ties in formal gowns was and the people thronged around Bris judged Best unit in the Parade to High school at Garfield and and Winner it a special trophy. Wilson aves. The parades Start a a float from Thi Okol corp. With. The Man Iii the g More pictures and Moon at one end Cane at the other my place and lined the Down Wilson ave Pond St among other things for which a in it that it Jour we May be thankful this thanks Ril giving week is the weather. Ifs been a rare Nove tier and Only four months until Spring. A Candy was judged second Best and one from the Marion Whipps photo curbs i Graphy studio third Best. Mill the Parade included marching of had units from the army the Navy. Ailo cheer and applaud the air Force and the marines the hour Long March. All told. La bands were in the a float provided by the army line of March the Bracken Ca recruiting service wish tractor continued on Page 3. Col. 2> end and new police Center seen aiding tests state police comm ism Oner col Frank g Mccartney s.,id the a a Lack of facilities at the drivel test Center in Doyles town for which he and gov David l Lawrence were a severe Fly criticised last week Quot will be overcome by the opening today of j the new state police Barracks land Driver tet Center on route i Trevose the criticism to which the com miss Oner re feed was an editorial decrying deplorable conduits at the Doylestown test renter the editorial appealed in the courier times the new state police substation and Driver examination Point were formally dedicated today and turned Over to a 22-Man de Tail which will patrol the lower Bucks county area the new station is located on the new Trevose Road. I s route i. In Trevose it replaces a leased facility in Fairless Hills. Which state police had occupied since 1952 keys to the substation were turned Over to state polite commissioner Frank a Mccartney in a Flag raising ceremony at the new building la a in. This morning. The Presentat Ion was made by mrs. Mary i Devlin Deputy Secretary of Revenue whose department provided the funds for the building and examination Center. Attend ceremony also present for the ceremony were Leonard a. Komlosky. Assistant director of engineering and construction for the state property and supplies department which supervised the construction. The new station is part of the command of capt. Lawrence Sapudar. Commanding officer of state police troop Quot a Quot with Headquarters at Bethlehem. The station will be commanded by sgt. Andrew a kidney and Cpl. James j. Shovel in. Both formerly stationed at Fairless Hills. The 17-Man detail from the former station has been augmented by five men to handle the new examination Center established at the station the Driver examination detail continued on i me 3, col. 5 Tho new stale police Barracks and Driver test Center on route i Trevose. Was opened for business this morning. Taking part in the ceremonies from left i colonel prank g. Mccartney state police commissioner mrs. Man i. Devlin state Secretary of Revenue giving a door key to Tho commissioner and sergeant Andrew Eer in charge of the by it Urier to tries photo Kutney off i new facility. Ii ill sift Bucks Arand jury convenes to consider Boyer charges Commonwealth Only or not there is enough for the Case to go on trial. Nineteen complaints charge Boyer with receiving $150 a week from Elmer Bruno owner of Batch s Market and auction. Trevose. During 19 weeks ending sept 19. A total of $1,850. Boyer Nocent. Has declined suggestions our fairs did what Thev were supposed to yesterday in heating the giants in the big one and no reason now Thev won t to the division champs. They Don t make better football players than the old men Van Brocklin and bed Nasik. As far As the East is concerned the army Navy game classic i saturday at the stadium will be merely an appetizer for the fag Glen giant return engagement sunday at Franklin Field. I Ole taken it meet inn Granit Bucks x 50 opposes District Man injured i Auto Brasil hot volition potato Kennedy Clifford w discuss strategy new $198,000 mate police substation and Driver examination Center at Trevose dedicated today and a real Nice and Barilov needed addition to the lamer Bucks county Community it is. Opposition by Bucks county and could establish intimate fed banners to the proposed county Era controls. Soil conservation District in the Bucks county Farmers As i creased during the weekend when striation recently took a similar it per Bucks Pomona Grange 50 stand. Objections by the Farmers i voted to oppose it. In past years have discouraged the grangers delegated three the commissioners from establish members to represent them at a meeting tuesday night. Nov. 29, seek All shades of my such a District. The Nesh Aminy Valley water a two car Accident witnessed by fans on their Way to the Ben Salem no Shanny football game saturday afternoon sent a i it town Man to lower Bucks county Hospital with Chest injuries. Solomon Kipnes 48, to full turn Road was injured when his car collided with a vehicle driven by Joseph Proko 23. Of Philadelphia blueprint of his of government at the intersection of super High w1?b t Lark m a i fiord. 8 handsome Washington lawyer who could end up As one of the Powers of the administration he is help Way and Highland ave Lang borne. It happened about i . A a i Kipnes was reported in Satia in the courthouse a which time shed association and the Dela factory condition at the Hospital a astir it the county commissioners will Ware Valley protective Assoria ibis morning. Clifford arrived late yesterday opinion. J lion have asked the county com Kipnes was travelling South on from a series of Washington Cornu attend meeting miss loners for a conservation Dis Highland ave. And Proko was Ferencek with representatives it should do much to eliminate the Eye testing and Driver exam eighty members of the i pm a re they say it is necessary time wasting delay and Conins-1 Bucks Grange attended the Quad in of the frequent floods in the Bucks county c a in in i s s i o n with conspiracy in connection for the chairman Edward b Boyer with the alleged payments. Whether opened the regular meeting of the Nief county Dot. C Larence or evidence commissioners at to a m in the win Del. Thawley d. Bayman Bucks county courthouse today As j and state police sgt. Adrian j the Nove tier grand jury heard Mccarr were the Only witnesses the extortion and bribery charges j listed on the Bill of indictment against him. Last week. However additional Boyer is charged Voith taking witnesses were expected to go be Money from a Chandise Market hire gland july today owners for immunity from arrests the grand jury does not deter-1 for violation of the sunday Blue mine the guilt or innocence of an Laws. Charles b Meyers former accused person its function is to a Quot a finally a request by the Bucks in s Deputy marshal is charged decide on the basis of testimony aunty Republican executive a in in a a a a a a a committee that he take a leave of absence until his Case is Dis posed of. No provision the commissioner has said that the Law has no provision for a leave of absence and that to take one would i a a tantamount to ail muting the Validity of Foreman of the grand jury is _ Charles f Rudolph an Antonio bile Salesman of 82 greenbrook Palm Beach Fla. I pm a j for Kennedy receiving from the drive Levittown. The jury has 18 president elect John i Kennedy Louisiana legislature a hot Polit i Mem tans including la men and worked today on a complicated ical potato involving civil rights five women ask Kennedy views a witness report with Muc h of Lite South match about a a will cases ,.led to ins. A lieu Calion of Louisiana a mks ,.courthouse to Tea Lav makers flew to Palm Beach in a state National guar a plane with a Resolution asking Ken Nedy x views on the action Ria. Ladoral Judco in t h Ltd among the who report of state legislature in connection court ruling awaited new Orleans i Pic a Federal ruling in new Orleans school integration was awaited Unn easily today As scattered incidents of negro White violence kept tin City on Edge. Police were seeking a band of is or seven negroes who were roaming a Mississippi riverfront area of the town and chasing Whites off the Street. One White Man was hit by a car while running away. White boys driving a Green car were reported taking shots at negroes in the same area. The Public sch fails were closed today for teachers meetings. The recess will last through the thanksgiving weekend so there was no Prospect of new trouble at the two Grade schools to which tour negro girls were admitted. The three Man Federal court May hand Down a ruling today on actions brought by the state of Louisiana and the new Orleans school Board to halt the integration. However the ruling May be delayed judge Richard t. Rives chief judge of the . Fifth circuit court of appeals who presided Over the three Man court spent the weekend at his Home in Montgomery Al. A negro who went berserk saturday in the French Quarter and stabbed a seven year old White boy before he was shot Down by a traffic patrolman was reported still in serious condition Al Charity Hospital. Catholic churches throughout the City heard a message sunday from the archbishop of the Dio Cese calling for calmness and obedience to Law and order. Parochial schools arc scheduled to in integrated once Public school integration is satisfactorily underway. I s sen. Russell b. Long speaking to Young democrats at a Kennedy Quot Victory urged president elect John f. Kennedy to a hold Back on civil who maintains he is in rights legislation for a time Quot uti Lity in the Boyer Case. These were in addition to state j Polit e and county detectives. Til he could get favourable action in other Fields Quot a great majority of southerners want to see the negro improve his status economically and in mixing said. Quot but forcible mixing of the races is not going to work and won t help the negro. Quot integration in Public schools has run into Stone Wall resistance the every Bere and has received Only Token acceptance As you private lamp pole keeps Rex Happy Birmingham England end a mrs. Connie Page has bought her ablation. Rev his own private lamp pole the City removed Rex a favorite one last week Ion people of the Region have contended with. Mercury Iii the Early m s today Terly saturday night meeting. I county to assure adequate water they adopted a Resolution stating a Supply and to prevent soil Ere that a soil conservation districts on would duplicate sen ices already and the Sam due tomorrow and available would mean extra con with virtual drought conditions malty state and Federal expenses isling a word to the Wise a Mil Brush fires might he in order j fifty of Pennsylvania s 87 counties have soil conservation Dis continued on Page 3, col. 3� already our ire department Are on the Alert and on in Job but people burning leaves and Brush must cooperate a girl Mav complain of being Short on dresses hut we hear no complaints about dresses being Short on girls. I Louse wife a units Dinah Shore s dresses moving North on the super High president Eisenhower Chi tin or with the integration of the new Way it was stated. Middletown Derly transition of government. Orleans schools township police officer Stephen j this is a problem. That involves Clifford met the delegation at Ambrose investigated. Not Only getting new people into their hotel listened to their sex d Arriage to prokous car was Esti-1 key jobs but getting the current pm Anat Ion of the Resolution and urinated at $850. Damage to Kipness Job holders out. Sanely Promise to present the vehicle was estimated at $500before Clifford Hod been in Natter to the president a elect. Kipnes car was knocked off the i town More than a few minutes j then be drove to Kennedy a seafood Way by the Force of the rid a he handled an important chores continued in Page 3, col. I vision police said. Kipnes was taken to fix Hospital by the Penndel a Middletown Rescue squad it la be today fair mild tomorrow the Ide a of work startles children. Says a Dor we guess the kids Are smart n we thought. Mrs James f. Drylie of Levittown who will receive All the dresses worn by Dinah Shore on the to songstress show last j night enjoyed seeing her new onions Are recommended colds. Y of eat Mem and the fellow who has one will stay away from you. Wardrobe modelled. Or mrs dry he said she liked dresses very much. About a year ago mrs. Drylie overheard a group of women deriding miss Shore claiming the television Star was popular because of her expensive clothes jewelry and hair do the annoyed 1 comments mrs. Drylie an avid Dinah the weather and weather fore Rast Hellord to brighten the monday morning gloom today. The Weatherman forecast fair and mild clime today and tomorrow and added that there seems to be no bad weather in the picture. High temperatures for both today and tomorrow will by around fib degrees with the overnight Low it was hard to Tell about the Shore fan was so annoyed at the expected to dip into the Low 40�?Ts take it easy with the driving colors but the one with the lace sleeves was my favorite Quot she said. Comments that she wrote her first fan letter to the Star telling continued on Page 3, col. I yesterdays High temperature was 58 at 2 pm. The Low this morning was 41 at 8 o clocked Are Al isomer Leon Himmel Farb Milton Levy Charles Lehman Paul Shuster so Lusher Herman Levenson Henry Potash continued on Page 3. Cot 3 nato hears lbs views i Hue i Carlo. Mance ,.aris Aiu _ j elect Lyndon b. Johnson assured the Atlantic Alliance today that the Quot new leadership Quot of the United states would use All its for a free and peaceful i world. In a speech cleared in Advance High school. Levittown was 14-by president elect Kennedy he year old clarinet St Allen c. Win tailed on the North Atlantic Leo. The orchestral selections ran treaty organization to direct More than 400 lower Bucks i the Gamut from Mozart to my More of its energies into the cub county residents attended us Donald and Upland. A tip and economic Battle against Delaware Valle philharmonic or Wincor a playing of Carl Maria communism Chestra s second concert of the von Weber s Quot concertino for he said the change in the and season yesterday and were re clarinet and orchestra Quot left Little ministration decided by the u Warded with a Tine performance j to be desired particularly from electorate was a in no sense a repudiation a of americans Mill philharmonic con him Wiilus clarinet St in Side today familiar Story Eye the powerhouse of lower Bucks county football is still the powerhouse. More than 7, Mhz fans watched Hie title game saturday and sports editor Benbo Row sky and staffer Dick Dougherty along with pictures Tell you All about it on lures it and i Index try Kenneth a Rabben courier time staff writer featured during the ambitious one just beginning a musical Ca program at the Woodrow Wilson continued on Page 3, col. 7 tary alliances. Amusements. 26 classified 27-29 cent irs 30, 31 Danzig 26 dear Abby 13 editorials 6 investor 7 Junior reporter ,30 Jato by. 32 movies 26 obituaries 9 serial $ sports 23. 24, 25 women new w. Ii

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