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Levittown Bucks County Courier Times (Newspaper) - April 18, 1968, Levittown, Pennsylvania United Fund (rives Awards, Elects At I Silt Banquet I The    Bucks    County    I    nited    lions    war?    presented    for    “a    job    who    want to help their fellow challenging one and will be met    labor unions and the Certificates Fund and    its    parent    both.    Uni ;    well done    "    for    the    $776,067    cam    men."    enthusiastically and vigorously,    of Merit Awards to 120 firms And I see a strong nucleus of    and labor unions, 21 gold pedes the 196fi campaign committee j    tai awards were presented to here with us tonight.'’    I    clubs, indiv iduals and organiza Four In A Row    lions who made special contri- Mills handed Davies a lighted    butions 10 help pay off the UCS meeting at the Warrington surer; and Mrs. William F. bairn. William W. Ingraham, mamie ofc^mpafm^    And    there Country Club and applauded as Trench, secretary. CI. King Edward P. Kau. Joseph Len-jvm. T    [J?    •    ,.citations. ed Community Services, com-! paign in 1968.    Elected    to    the board of direc- bined business with pleasure Elected officers of UCS. aside tors for three year terms were *rom Sauerbry- were Otto Grupp Anthony Burton. Joseph 0. Can-Three hundred volunteer lead j III, Ray Mills. Joseph D. Ceader by, William Cross. Mrs. Harrv ers attended the 15th annua! j and Harry Schigner, vice presi- Davis. Harry S. Davis. Mrs. awards banquet and business: dents; Wallace W. deWitt, trea- Burton Dempster. Edward Fair were several other    . . c ..    :    r    - i »    , ti t - ™ i you. Tom, we pledge to you and VV tile. chairman of the nominat- mngton. James H. Lewis. Clay- , our total sunnort for . V rluau    ry    was    elec,ed    lnR committee    and    a past cam-j ton W.    Mills. J. P. Perry. Ber    ;he    UD,0’    n. drive and mm pre.!den't    of8UUCCr    e    'erm    aS    Sn”*™*"' presenl3d    ,ho 'ram    , Wi"ia™    this    (Le    burn victorious!™! P . "S1    nominees.    Ridge.    Schigner. Col. Lewis Rvnllr    final mwtino w® hnv« 2. Thomas Davies, district;    A    ‘Privilege*    Stretch. Mrs. Trench and James    g manager of Bell Telephone Co..; Sauerbry. in accepting the    Walsh. Charles Coupland and was named CF Campaign chair- post again, said “I appreciate    Mrs. John F’ullam were elected m»n to*    the confidence    this    reflects    and! to fill unexpired terms. 3. The mortgage on the $50,000    will    certainly do everything in Davies,    in accepting    the headquarters in Fairless    Hills    my    power to warrant the trust    “mantle of    responsibility”    from was burned.    you    have placed in me Ifs a    outgoing chairman Mills,    said. 4. About 175 plaques and    cita ’privilege to work with poop!?    “the task    ahead is indeed a ery confidence that you will carry on the success initiated by Kermit L. Johannsen and King Wide and make it four in a row” John Cathin, chairman of the building committee, thanked These key UF’ Campaign leaders were honored; vice chairmen Davies. Cathin and Dr. John McGraw; and Dr. Stanton Kelton, manufacturing division chairman; Joseph Creachan. service trades; James Dougher ty, food and retail stores; Larry Kramer, finance:    Ingraham, schools; Col. Stretch, govern ment and agencies; Dr. David (To^'who ™ni'ribufed to mate!®35 “IF°„    Vivj (Emma- lurks (Enmtltj THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1968 the UCS building debt-free. He specially thanked the three ma-+    Jot    contributors    —- Bucks County j Medical Societ.y. Grundy F’oun-idation and U.S. Steel Foundation. And he applauded the work of Grupp and George Otto on the committee. Sauerbry participated in the mortgage burning ceremony. Gold Pedestal Awards Along with the Community Mum PAGE 3 an Penniman, town and coun try; and A. T. Mcllhenny, pace setters. One of the most dramatic presentations was made to the United F'und's founding presi dent, Clyde Waterman, who helped bring about and initiate the then United Services Federation 15 years ago. Sauerbry told Waterman. “Clyde, although this is some what belated, I would like to ex- EXCHANGK OF TORC H — Thomas Davies (right I, the United F'und's WHR campaign chairman, accepts the “mantle of responsibility” from outgoing chairman Ray Mills at last night’s awards banquet. Looking on is Paul Sauerbry, elected to his fifth straight term as president of United Community Services, parent body of the United Fund. Service Awards to 20 firms and tend the deepest appreciation Iii Middletown $29,288 Allocated To W ork On Park By CHARLES F. MCGURK Courier Times Staff Writer and gratefulness for your many I And Mills said he    “appreciated    Fund, assisted in    award prc.s- efforts as founding president ";and thanked labor    for its    excel-    elations and O,    E. Norbeck Waterman said he saw many lent participation    in our    cam    general secretary of the YMCA, friends in the audience and was paign.”    gave invocation deeply appreciative of the' Introduced in the aud,coco;    (.n|orfu|    ,    ( ,aWard    . a    were County tommiMkmers Jo-, mad(, ,,k    ^    of I    Other    Award,    sop ,0 C anby and Charles Mer ,    ,    ho<1    ^    s Other awards were made to edith; John Mason. Doylestown J l,,,.,    . John Tesauro, associate chair!Council President; Jaseph F’Jd- oranu f.nmUarino th man: Mill, and James H Per-1 cr. of the UCS board, who repro    r»3,7„    im kins. tangoing chairman of thejsenled union, on the building;allampd JJJ*    ,n    ,h( allocations and admissions com- committee; Dick Bachman of Drcsonj mittee.    I    the Community Services of '    ,    ,    .    ^ Mills accepted his plaque and Pennsylvania; Capt. Donald Sauerbry s comments in the said, "The success of reaching Speakman, of the Salvation j^P°rt seemed very appropriate the goal each of the past three Army; Chuck .Savage, chairman n,Sh' I years should not cloud the issue of the allocations and admis-j "To those organizations and that we are still not raising the sions committee and Dave Mos- individuals receiving awards, minimum needs of our member kowitz. chairman of the social we thank and honor you. for yon agencies. Much more work re- planning division.    are Bucks County’s torch light- general construction mains if we are to attain the    Annual    Report    ors. helping us provide a matrh- Miss Sue Stake. Miss United j less program for our county.” Frosty Hollow Park in Middletown Township came in for an expenditure of $29,288 IO and the 994.79 for to C. H. McAllister, and $578 311 true potential in Bucks County to Myron L. Fetch for archsee-    - ' tural services. Payments for work at the ju ( ndcrgarmenl Found Iii Creek . .venile home included $3,543.59 -1_ Edison for ’ $10,167.59 by (hr p,r hplumbldgH I? T,hatcP*r county commissioner, at ils I Plumbing and Heating Co : $3, meeting yesterday.    ” fo.r Re"Pral c"nslr"“"^ 4    .    : Joseph P. Karensky and $3,420 The specific payments author- for electrical work t0 Pennridge Electric Co. ized by the commissioners at the park were $23,715 for electrical work to Carr and Duff: $4. County I ps Allotment Tabled Certificate The commissioners tabled a certificate of payment for $10.-401.75 to Miller and Brown for construction of new access road to I*ake Towhee Park in Upper Bucks until next week. Search Party I ncovers Clue Iii Mysterious Death Of Girl By RILL GIGNAC ■Courier Times Staff Writer The investigation mysterious death of into the a 16year hold baseball bats. The possibili persons who may have seen the ty that the bag is of a military girl the night she disappeared, type is not being discounted. Chief Fergione is also await-Additional evidence may have fag a report from the Neshami ny Valley Watershed Association Appropriations of $1,000 to the    Tnrresdaie Dirt fnnnH'in a be™ provided to police authoti n>’ valley watershed Association Neshaminy Valley Watershed ca,.L in th* v^huminv front „n bes yesterday afternoon with listing the levels of the creek The county allotment for a de-1 Anociation and one for $5,000 ^ti saturday ^*haf ShUta? frnmVte ,h» discovery'of faded gold pan water" from March 9 lo Saturday ceased veteran s headstone was the Bucks County Associatjon of”””” ”,", i™™ty hose in creek waler in Play "hen Candy s badly decomposed retired and senior citizens was phtiaeuinhi.    iwicki    Park,    Middletown    Town    body increased from $75 to $100. The Bucks County Commis also approved, sioners took this action yester-j in other business yesterday, day in keeping with a recently-1the commissioners: was rn TOPS IN PROMOTION — The combined circulation department of the Bucks County Courier Times and the Burlington (N.J.) County Times has received first prize for excellence in circulation promotion presented by the Inter-State Circulation Managers Association. The award for 1967 was accepted at the association’s recent convention by Grover Friend (left) circulation director, and Harold Bittier, circulation promotion manager. Competing for the award were newspaper from a six-state area in the 50,000 to 75,000 daily circulation class. The department’s entry in the contest was its annual Newspaperboy Day promotion. (Courier Times Photo) enacted state law raising the amount. Survivors of a deceased veter an may apply for the headstone I which is 24 inches long, one foot wide and IO inches high. The inscription is limited to 'the name of the veteran, his date of birth and death, his rank to Philadelphia.    f™*1    *>■»"    found clad °nly While funeral services were s IL,.Tuwnshin noli ce    Relatives, friends and Lincoln yviiiiiiij.'iuuv1te'Hg Md f°r Candace (Candy)! . orthamm pni rp Chief High School classmates attended AnnmvpH navmpnf nf in Clothier, over .50 officers from . £ Northampton Palier ( hief ^ funeraj service in Philadel Approved payment of $620 to , pu;iQa«i«mQ    Amarin    Anthony Fergione and handed ' I    . ,.h» mm. Pm,™. A.odn ove| whgt ,s Kbc||evcd ,0 ^ new phia yesterday. The casket wa, evidence in the mysterious case.; S,.0^ wlt^ a 00    ^    0 s* Fergione. sent the panty hose cl»thler, at0P ,l-to the Philadelphia Crime Lab a 0ne of the mourners was Can along with the bra found by his ” s boyfriend whom she was to search crews yesterday between ”'e hmeal °1'Lthe.fa'efu' nlRht of -Approvea payment 01 Mio lo ,    „. d , hi p ,,    ,    d Stphen B. Hazzard for achitec m„ , . *1 ,— tural services in the judges’ chambers. —Invested $50,000 of the liquid fuels tax funds in U.S. Treasury bills to mature on or about July ll, 1968. my and police from Northampt on and volunteers of the town ship's fire company searched the Neshaminy Creek area in Northampton A bra. believed to belong to    ™    ye>.e.u-y w.«™ h    she    djsap, the dead girl, was found a >, ^ Worthington Mill Bridge and status mile downstream from the Cham Bridge on Second Street v Pike. Births LOWER BUCKS HOSPITAL 2(1 Students, 2 Men Hurt In Accident -Granted permanent and branch of the service and las county employees to Helen L-!small wooded island where Sat the war in which he served. ! Axenroth as a clerk-typist in the    urqav    morning’s grim discovery The money may not be ap- i registration commission office;    was    made    by    three    fishermen. plied to family headstones, ac^- j Emil F. Kliesh as a carpenter cording to Russell Schanelv, ianc* William L. Case as a sta county director of veterans’ "M^dS” J?    ^    was'fou'^d    ^Z"ZTZl    cars    coUtded Sanely estimated the county Motte « a tray girl a. Nesha- « a ««« bag M to ta    R" '“‘.on W Mapie Ave., east of Ash will have'to add between $2.0001 mln>' Manor (-cnter-    jUWggJMW »yfa"1!1*”    “|    Today, all police officials, in Cause Of Death Authorities have not yet deter F'ound In Rag    mined    the    cause    of death. Labo The girl, missing from her    ?rc    j?    JPP*88 at Two Motorists Receive Injuries Two drivers were injured yes and $4,000 to its budgeted $8,000; -Hired as new county em for headstones and markers this plovee on a per diem basis Patrick E. Dunlavev of Levittown year. April 15 Mr. and Mrs. Loveen Woodson, 182 S. Canal St boy Mr. and Mrs. Jack One lyn Terrace Apts., Hills, girl Mr. and Mrs. F^dward Edger-ly, 130 Tullytown Road, Levittown, girl April 16 Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Natic-chiona, 45 Park Lane, Levittown, boy Mr. and Mrs. John Slivka, 33; Micahill Road, Levittown, boy Mr. and Mrs. Jaseph Stallone. 350 Jefferson Ave., Bristol, girl The final tally on the numberjtims were treated at Lower; of injured in the school bite — Bucks Hospital and released. Yardley    collision on Route 413, at \fost of the students were Bridgetown Pike, Middletown fr0m the Quincy Hollow sectian te Dor- ^ovvns^‘P’ yesterday was 22, in- 0f Levittown, Middletown Town-Fajriess ? g 20 students and two men ship. in the truck.    The truck driver, Owen Wiley, I The students were Neshaminy Junior High School pupils on their way to school. No one was seriously injured and all the vie Board Picks Hutchinson The Ave. in Langhorne Terrace, eluding a team from Northampt John Blocker. 21, of 219 Bus-on police, are questioning per tleton Pike, Feasterville, sui sons in Philadelphia who claim fared contusions of the head to have seen Candy the night Fred Bley, 21, of 508 E. Street she disappeared.    K°ad. Trevose, suffered bruises F’ergione said the creek area Erasions of the forehead, was thoroughly searched yester-1®, were treated and released day and didn’t feel it necessary at    Bucks Hospital. With the acquisition of 20.18110 continue the investigation for: Neshaminy Manor Center which j acres of land in New Britain j additional clues in Northampton will cost an additional $1,031.25. Township. Bucks County has ac-1at q,e present. as a painter in the public works; department and F'errn J. Miller; I of Chalfont as a clerk stenogra pher in the health department. —Approved a change order in; (specifications in nine items at Bucks Buys More Land Bensalem's Clean I p 22. of Box 245, Woodbourne, suf-1 Board of fered a neck strain and a truck mond A. Hutchinson, a 31 year-passenger, Thomas Clinton, 38. old New York executive, to the contusions of the left leg and board last night replacing neck.    Charles Wheeler, who recently Bensalem Township Iquired 99 per cent of the land Education named Rav-If    ^    ^    I    needed    for    the    North    Branch ........ •    lull Day ------------- Hinges On Examination The entire case now hinges on the outcome of the examinations of the girl’s organs, clothing and M eal lier In addition. 16, contusions Linda McGrew, of the left leg; resigned for health reasons Hutchinson, who is manager | Of Surprises! ; Pat Betz, 15. contusions of the of department store subsidiaries chest; and Linda Pearce. 14vat the Sperry & Hutchinson Co., contusions of the left knee, will serve until December, 1969, These students live at Country the remainder of Wheeler’s i Manor Apartments, Route I. term. Also, Stephanie Lakewitz, 15, The new board member holds [of RD I, Langhorne, contusions a B S. degree from Gettysburg |! Reservoir and the surrounding ll park. I veItherdarc”iemn™T^,';nract    ”n *jon which the Tri Square Campi n a ’ p,llcc are la kmc ,0 Association conducted summer Predictions for the April 27 . ou/i Philadelphia Camden and Tren audion sponsored b the Lang-    as    f    Bucks    Coun. home Um Oub. to met‘JMtay- , -rhe was conductcd by long affair filled with surprises ^    .    1 and bargains.    I    ,    . The third annual club auction The county agreed to pay $115. will start at ll a rn. at the Oliv-,®®® for the 20.10 acres er Heckman Elementary School, J°bn T. Carson, director of the nr Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pemberton, 907 Mansion St., Bristol, girl | May 13 to 17 is Clean Up time Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stra- in Bensalem Township, ka, 3109 Glenrose Ave., Bristol The board of supervisors an- of the left arm and neck and [College in business administra Township, girl    nounced last night township William Cannon, 14, of Second tion. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coyne, trash trucks will pick up trash St., Langhorne, contusions of the According to board spokes Oxford Valley Road,* Lower not normally picked up by trash pelvis.    man, Hutchinson held no official ________________ ______ r________ Makefield, boy    collector.    The    bus    driver,    Harry    McCau-    posts in the township prior to by the club.    ny    Water    Resources    Authority, Mr. and Mrs. Gallus Obert, These items include brush, fay. of 303 Western Ave., the school board appointment. According to auction co-chair- sa*d the county has about tour are too West Bristol, was not treated, j Hutchinson and his wife. Lor- men Joseph A. Zalot and Paul more properties, each about one Their Rights Questioned 820 Hanford Hills, girl Gallus Obert, Road, Fairless 52 To Hallie Cans? O hell Heaven help the mosquito! Yesterday the Bucks County Commissioners added 17 persons to the mosquito control program. They hired 35 last week. Thus, at least 52 persons will take to the swamps and water courses to help take the itch out of summer. More [nay be hired later. Stressing a prevention program, the workers, most of them college students or teachers who will work only [luring the vacation period, will search out such potential breeding places as old barrels, tires, basins and the like and tidal backwaters or other confined water gathering places where the water will stagnate. A shopping center and a gas; Maple and Pine Sts., Langhorne,    division of    natural    resources    ot station are under construction in Auctioneer will be Butch Bauso.    th* <™"<y    planning commission Middletown Township.    The right Refreshments will be provided an<* a member of the Neshami- of the developers to have started' ... .    ~--------- work has been questioned by the; township planning commission. trees, and items that are too1 West Bristol, was not treated. nuicnmson ana ms wife. Lor-;men Joseph A. Zalot ana Faui!‘*iw«c    ”‘”'j    ,The.fw0 projects are a small large for regular collection. All Townspip    police said the acci    raine, who was defeated in No-    Irwin, proceeds will    go to    the or two acres, to obtain    for the;shopping center at Woodbourne( trash must be brought to the dent is still    under investigation,    vember as a candidate for school    club’s charity funds.    reservoir and park.    and    Chicken foot Raa(Js and a edge of the owners’property. Damage to    the school bus was    board, reside with their two chil-    Persons wishing to    donate    ar-: Construction of the    earthen ;hnel] Gas Station at the Horner Brush must be tied in bundles estimated at $1,000. The truck, dren at 1757 Hollins Road. tides for the auction have been dam. which will impound nearlyjd Oxford Valley and Wood and    tree    limbs    cut    in    sections    no    belonging to    the    Philadelphia    Prior    to    moving    to    Bensalem    asked to call 757-3747 for codec-    3'$ billion    gallons    of water,    is,.bourne ^ads,    phairman longer    than    six    feet.    Trucks    will    Electric Co.,    was    a    total    loss,    two    years    ago.    the    family    resid    tion. F’or other information, per-    scheduled    to start    in the fall    of Gouts a. uoiaoug, not return to any area.    police said.    cd in Philadelphia.    sons may call 757-2236.    _ 1969.__ Here is the schedule:    i Monday — May 13, from City Line to Street Road. from the Delaware River to Hulmeville Road including Rywal & Po-quessing Parks. Tuesday — May 14, from Street Road to Neshaminy Creek, from Hulmeville Road to Delaware River. Wednesday — May 15, from Hulmeville Road to U.S. Route I, from Poquessing Creek to Penna. Turnpike. Thursday — May 16, from Po quessing Creek to Neshaminy ' Creek, from U.S. Route I to Brownsville Road. Friday — May 17, from Hulmeville Road to U.S. Route I. from Neshaminy Creek to Penna. Turnpike. Police A rrest l ive    For Around Five persons, including; two women, were arrested last night on charges of loitering in the Levittown Shopping Center. The arrests were made in line with a new “get tough” policy on loiterers called for by Mayor Edward Hunt during Monday night’s Tullytown Borough Council session. Two juveniles were among those hauled before Justice of the Peace James V. Parto shortly after their arrest at 8 p.m. Fined, Released Hie women, Miss Antionette Lowe, 20, of ISIG Murray St., Philadelphia, and Miss Karen Koyne, 20, of 571 Bath St., Bristol, were both committed to the Bucks County Prison when they were unable to post bail. A third adult, Ronald Walker, 18, of 1956 Maple Ave., Croydon, was fined a total of $34 and released. The juveniles, one from West Bristol and the other from Trenton, were released in tho custody of their parents after paying fines of $21 each. Police Chief John Walterick and Patrolman George F'ord made the arrests. “We won’t stand for any more large groups ‘just hanging around’ the shopping center or any other area.” Chief Walterick said. “They get one warning to disperse and then it’s off to the JP.” Louis A I of the commission, said the ap plications were not properly processed and approved. To Be Reviewed Final plans for the shopping center are to be reviewed by the commission tonight. Goldberg said construction the gas station started before it was verified that the forested area behind the site would be des olation to the eonstructian. but the property was formerly zoned for residences. Gas stations are not permitted in resi dentially zoned areas. language. It said building per SUNNY LOCAL FORECAST: Fair and mild through tomorrow, high both days in the 70s, low tonight around 50. Saturday, partly cloudy and warm with chance of showers. Precipitation probability: Near zero to* day, IO per cent tonight, 20 per cent tomorrow. High yesterday: 69. Low yesterday: 44. Low this morning: 46. Sunset tonight: 6:41 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow: 5:15 a.m. Sunset tomorrow: 6:42 p.m. TOMORROW’S TIDES At Bristol* High 8:11 a.m. Low 2:48 a.m. High 8:53 p.m. Low 3:36 p.m. for the tide at Morrisville, add 15 minutes for high tide and 45 minutes for low tide. building inspector. Albany, clear 71 2* Atlanta, cloudy 75 5* Bolton, clear 53 41 Buffalo, clear 73 SI Chicago, cloudy M St .54 Cincinnati, cloudy 51 53 .19 Cleveland, cloudy 76 55 Detroit, cloudy 63 53 .01 Helena, clear 47 26 Honolulu, cloudy RO 72 Indianapolis, cloudy SI 49 .13 Kansas City, cloudy 77 52 .07 Los Angeles, clear RS 54 Louisville, cloudy 47 SS .17 Memphis, clear 74 46 Miami, clear 14 73 Milwaukee, cloudy SI 49 .75 Mpls.-St.P. cloudy 45 44 New Orleans, cloudy 78 40 Pittsburgh, cloudy 72 54 Rapid City, cloudy 41 25 Richmond, cloudy 75 42 San Fran., clear 44 SI Seattle, cloudy SS 40 Tampa, clear RI 44 Washington, clear 73 41 Winnipeg, clear 47 ll ;