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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Bristol, Pennsylvania Your weekend edition today s weather considerable cloudiness warm and humid with a few showers today and tomorrow. Highest both Days 80 to 85. Cloudy and mild tonight with lowest 67 to 72.instill latin Tarot final a in i c i. R m a Quot Pennsylvania s fastest growing newspaper vol 48 no. 261 member a. B. C. Bristol pa., saturday evening september 21, 1957 18 pages Price five cents Don t Squash it mrs. Frank Sabato 36 cloister Hill Road Cobalt Ridge Levittown measures a 17inch Squash growing in her backyard. The out sized fugitive from a vegetable salad looks More like a Watermelon. Ifs five inches in diameter and looks Good enough to take on a Watermelon bust huh courier times photo $144369 surcharge led 1ensalem i \ delegates scan new Quot Battle lines Faubus turns problem Over to authorities Little Rock Ark. Up gov. Orval e. Faubus today dumped Little rocks integration problem into the hands of local and Federal authorities and disclaimed responsibility for any violence that May occur monday when unguarded White schools will be opened to negroes. Faubus who pulled National guardsmen from their posts out a de Central High school last night in bowing to a Federal court order will leave later today with mrs. Faubus for the Southern governors conference at sea Island a. As soon As Faubus leaves a. Gov. Nathan Gordon will take Over As Arkansas chief executive. Delaware Valley s Lawn fete football great Oklahoma takes on Pitt denies any defeat Faubus said in a television speech last night he was calling off the troops that had guarded Central High from the first Day of the fall term to prevent negro students from entering. But be denied he had been Defeated in what he termed a Preven muted nations by up Tive Arbon preserve the peace. A delegates to the general assent-1 m no it beaten a Faubus told Tufty took advantage of n no a Sunn who had put tile de Lull today to Survey the a Battle at Duclion to him bluntly. A this lines of East West conflict drawn baht is not Over. During the first week of the Asj guardsmen left the school Only a Sembly a 12th session. I few hours after Federal judge no formal , activity was h0�?�1n. Davies enjoined Faubus scheduled today except a closed Ian to my hoary aides not to i meeting of the advisory commit i Cre w1 h integration tee on the emergency Force that is patrolling the troubled Borders the near great at Pittsburgh to of the Middle East. A report on i to z Day As the real College game of the current status of Kunef is sex e Jub ant the Day and we know a gentleman of distinction in the wild West of Pennsylvania who la be disappointed when it s done. Petted Early next week. Monday mornings Assembly session will be devoted to policy now what we want to see is our own Penn outfit Start rolling this year As Roll they must alter All of those years of famine. And apparently another season Here for predictions that the Kremlin is collapsing As witness chief . Spy alien Dulles prophecy. We Dunno. We be been hearing these walking dreams talking for the past 12 years and up to now the Vodka Happy lads in the Kremlin have refused to take the Cue. Negroes jubilant negroes on the streets of Little Over Daives ruling. Some were openly scornful of Faubus. R Neon firmed reports circulated that a hard Core of segregation twp. Officials responsible for misuse by Kay Blincoe courier times staff writer Bensalem township auditors filed a $144.369 31 surcharge against six present and former township officials yesterday noting a possible manipulation of funds a in the 1956 audit of township records. Chester Korona former chairman of the Board of auditors filed the audit yesterday with the clerk of the Quarter sessions court in Doylestown. Surcharged were supervisors Raemond Wink and Joseph Murdock former supervisors Raymond Brenner and James h. Hartley township zoning officer Joseph Sloan and township Engineer Gerald Sommerson. Wink was surcharged $52,575.15. Other surcharges include Murdock $48,026.52 Brenner $35, East West deadlocked i in arms race members of the Delaware Valley Hospital ladies auxiliary operate a a country store during the hospitals Lawn fete yesterday. The affair will continue until dark tonight. Looking Over a fishing Rod Are or. And mrs. Elmer tomes 85 Indian red Road Levittown. Store operators Are from left miss Beatrice. Shapiro mrs. Al Lavin and mrs. Herman Horner. Courier times photo c s in to speeches by Peru Canada colom its among the 1,800 White students Bia and new zealand All nations Friendly to the West. East and West w ill not come to grips again until monday after flu maj off epidemic noon when the general Assembly decides whether to include two controversial items Hungary and Groes gop and democratic forces in lower Bucks forging organizational drives for the upcoming election and it looks like we re going to have a voting party come november after All. Time we begin thinking about this serious business of electing the Fellers who la be running gov eminent around these diggings. But thinking Isnit enough of course. We be got to do some deciding then a lot of voting. School three red China s right to a . Seat weeks disbanded last night to a in its Agenda. J minutes before he announced in a in. I a a television and radio speech that he the world body is expected to had surrendered. Approve discussion of Hungary at Central High May Start trouble a monday and Hal 400 to 600 til the new and fast a sp1< a Lins dents May Boycott the school if the asian of a now sweeping across negroes Are admitted. North America May be the fore Faubus ordered the National runner of a deadly epidemic a guardsmen who have kept be new York doctor warned yester out of the and to ban consideration this year of the perennial Issue of China. Lawyers Boycott hearing m. In c i i Faubus three lawyers walked this week Secretary of state. -. Quote. To ii a i0ljt of the courtroom when Davies rejected to o motions for dismiss John pm Oster Dulles on thursday and soviet foreign minister an air ,.j i in tie Justice department s Pedrie Gromyko yesterday Laid overcast maybe showers says the Day for both. But of a heavens Sake lets hold up the Sprinkle until w e Lawnmower jockeys kick in a Winner. Phillies beat Brooklyn in their better games and braves beef their Lead As c Ards als win. Nut eed. One the the there nettling a girl enjoys More than name dropping a especially her Maiden Nome. Give the family a break during the weekend by taking Mem Down the lines of conflict which Are expected to dominate much of the Assembly a coming debate. Each blamed the other for the current troubles of the Middle East and each urged the Assembly to adopt the proposals for Dis armament advanced by his side1 in the deeply divided world. Irish foreign minister Frank Aiken injected an unexpected note into the debate yesterday by proposing that All of the big four Powers a draw backs from the Mideast and abandon the a acute diplomatic competitions there tuition for a temporary injunction they boycotted the hearing continued on Page 3, col. 2 five killed on pumps pc Pittsburgh h p a five Ore Dav the Type of asian flu already building up to epidemic proportions in Mississippi Louisiana Texas and Many other states As Well As foreign countries is comparatively mild. But or Perrin h. Long of new York City s College of Medicine said Iii Montreal that the worldwide flu epidemic of 1919 and the North american outbreak in 1929 followed a three stage pattern. A mild outbreak causing few deaths was followed by a severe outbreak with Many fatalities. The epidemics tapered off in the third stage which was similar to the first. If the asian flu follows the pattern. Long said a More severe outbreak May be expected later in the year. Already More than 100.000 per monday night deadline for coi word entries everybody else is playing the games you a better get started too. Coi word that is. It s the newest crossword Puzzle contest sweeping the country like wildlife and right now the country Means lower Bucks county. That a right. Thousands of readers of the courier and times Are having fun with this latest fascinating Puzzle contest. A contest that offers entertainment for every member of the family and Best of All a $50 Cash prize for the Winner. The office mail bag was loaded Down with entries today and courier and times contest judges Are already getting ready for one of the most enthusiastic and successful puzzles of its kind Ever provided the great family of lower Bucks courier and times readers. Remember get thursday s or fridays paper. Read the rules. Work coi word. Mail or bring the answer to the courier and times office. Remember monday night at Midnight is the deadline for All entries. Washington up a russians 182.56 Hartley. $6,364.06 Sloan latest disarmament moves failed $275 and Sommerson $1,946.02. To break the East West deadlock on arms controls officials said today. They said soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko a speech to the . General Assembly adds up to a minor disa manent con cession. But they said it avoids key issues that have stalled disarmament agreements for la years. Officials said he did not give a real some official interest was shown in Gromyko a proposal yesterday to drop russians Long standing ban of use of atomic and Hydrogen weapons in warfare in favor of a limited five year ban. This softened the soviet negotiated position at the recent London disarmament talks and was described in official quarters As a Concession. But the general opinion was the responsibility the surcharge makes each Man responsible for the monies mentioned. The charges were the result of the auditors a findings of a armr proper procedures and failure of township officials to Correct them a when auditing the 1956 township records. Auditors Korona. James strange and Frank t. Buck presented the 36-Page audit to the courts noting a possible manipulation of funds and recommending the surcharges. The audit was read to nearly 25 members of Bensalem civic associations at a special meeting called by the Bensalem Council of civic associations. The report said it should be considered As a fair presentation of 1956 affairs. Lack of prior United states would oppose a five records and poor accounting year ban on use of such weapons make a Complete audit Imossi As it has opposed an indefinite Hie. Other matters must still be ban in the past. The United states investigated. The auditors said they considered that innocent following of continued on Page 3, col. 6 Yardley Man found guilty Grace second child believes the soviets Are trying to Man Euver the United states into a position where it could not use Nuj Clear weapons leaving Russia free to use its preponderant manpower with conventional weapons in any showdown struggle. Officials noted Gromyko made another new proposal in suggesting a Date of Jan. I 1958 to halt nuclear tests. But they said this i Only set a Date on a previous so i Viet position that had been proposed in general terms. Moreover they said Gromyko had not moved to meet american demands that any cessation of nuclear tests be linked with agreement to suspend production of fissionable materials for weapons a a major Point in the american a Allied negotiating position. A Mercer county n. Jury Monte Carlo up most Ning when their automobile gon persons including two Young sons ave been stricken with found a Yardley Driver guilty of Monagas ques said today they., children were killed last eve asian flu in the United states death by Auto yesterday after hoped Princess Grace and Prince n Bristol Accident twp hours deliberation. Rainier a new baby would be a a Levittown Driver was charged the Man Robert Borden 20 brother for Princess Caroline. J with following another vehicle too of to North Edgewater ave., Monaco was delighted at the closely following an Accident ear Hub cops tires stolen Cou d be sentenced to three years in jail and receive and elsewhere which might touch 2 0ss d1 the. Radial Atrip a Quot Quot get Bristol police report off world War Iii. Pennsylvania Turnpike and cd 0"5 Quot arc ep0rta a. Hided head on spokesmen for the United a Raj or Tion s 82 member nations were tj1c dead were Idem fied Tenta-1 eleven i b cans and four sets with a tractor Busy studying the . And rus Tiv Cly As John m Kelly 26 of 5 u of fender skirts have been texts today and conferring East Fairfield St Gladstone orc a in Bristol during the past two Quot a among themselves behind the is wife Haz Cju 27 and a their Days police reported last night. A scenes trying to estimate the daughter Susan. I. And mrs. Bar Ibe i�1 Cap severe taken Dur prospects for Progress on major issues confronting the Assembly. Confidential jury see no immediate verdict Hollywood up a Delibera a Nice leisurely drive. But be dons in the confidential Magazine had moved from Oregon about two Bara e. Young 22, of route i. Ing Tho night from four Automo Box 87, Beaver Creek ore., and Biles. Value of the stolen a Cees a her daughter Patricia 18 was listed at about $200 the victims were Enro Ute from Brooklyn n.y., to Cleveland to meet mrs. Youngs husband Don Ald a who is a brother of mrs i Kelly slate police said the two families news issued last night that by last night at the Beaver St. $1,000 Fine their Royal family is expecting an route 13 intersection Bristol. On the charge. Hell be sentenced Olber a bad late in March. But it police said John f. Millburn few weeks. Prosecutor Stan was Nof As excited As at the an 37. Of 71 pleasant Lane Levit Rutkowski said. Borden is noun cent of Princess graces town rammed into the rear out on bail. I first pregnancy. Car driven by. ,. I the birth of Princess Caroline Vaine 55, of the Man lit eight months ago assured them of Bristol. Had a Law drinks Benne t u a an heiress to the throne. As Long Mcllvain was approaching the of a James a. Moll-809 Radcliffe St. Cadent last March that caused As he Royal line exists Monaco Beaver St. Intersection on route mighty careful wont you go to Church tomorrow. Criminal libel trial extended today into a weekend examination with a no verdict in sight. Weeks ago to 53 North Elliott St. Brooklyn. Donald Young continued continued on Page 3, col. 8 i last nights Grid scores no shaming 33, upper Dublin 0 Penn Bury 8, North Penn 0 Collegeville 12, Bristol 7 details on pages la 12 the death of John t Furstenberg remains an Independent tax free 13 when the traffic Light turned 31 Elm St., Lambertville. Principality of the line Dies. It re yellow. He had started through Furstenberg was a passenger verts to France and becomes sub the intersection and stopped Sud in Borden a car when it went off Jet to French taxes. Denly. Mulburn slowed into motile Road near Titusville n. J crowds gathered in the court la Vaines a car. John Barry assistant pros ecu Yard last night hoping for an damage to mall Vaines a vehicle tor asked for the conviction on appearance on the Balcony of was confined to the trunk lid. Grounds that a Speed and alcohol Prince Rainier and his former Mulburn a car was damaged in did Sot the front. No estimate was a done to and that the death movie Star w Ile. But they did so a was caused by reckless driving. I show. Avail Able. Your weekend edition Home grown Home prepared and Home canned fruit and vegetables Are yours for the growing. In fact with the Bristol packing co. At work your Only Job is the growing. This company takes care of the rest the Story is on Page 18, your Magazine Section of Quot the weekend edition of the courier times. The Story sets the Pace for the weekend edition. Local news and people get the accent. But there a plenty to keep you posted on National and world events Index. 13 4, 5 la. 15 16, 171736 amusement Church news. Classified. Comics. Crossword. Death notices or. Brady. Peter Edson. 6 Fred Othman. 6 Earl Wilson. 6 editorials. 6 Jacoby on Bridge. 13 Magazine Page. To pictorial Page. To social. Club news. 8, 9 sports. A 12 to programs a 16

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