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Daily Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Doylestown, Pennsylvania2 c daily intelligencer wet Dewlay a Fluit 13, i960 Buckingham policeman honoured a 39-year-old Perkasie Man died last april in spite of the valiant efforts of the police officer who tried to save him. Buckingham township officer Elwood p. Earnhardt was on patrol on april 12 when he was summoned to the scene of a single car Accident at route 202 near Mill Road. The Driver of the car had managed to escape but his passenger. Ronald l. Lewis Lay trapped inside the car which had exploded and became engulfed in flames Earnhardt rescued Lewis from the car and helped administer Wardlo pulmonary Resul Talon kept him alive for a while longer. Lewis died later at Doylestown Hospital As a result of injuries sustained in the Accident. But neighbors who had stood by and watched were sufficiently impressed by Earnhardt to want to make sure someone knew about his Valiance. Tonight the 33-year-old police officer will receive the Silver Star for bravery from the american police Hall of Fame association. Witnesses had written letters to the township Board of supervisors commending Earnhardt for his willingness to try to save the fire victim when others were afraid according to Buckingham police chief Steven Daniels. Barnhardt has since been commended by the Board of supervisors and received a written commendation from the Tinicum Lions club. His award tonight will be presented by David j. Armitage a trustee and member of the Hall of Fame association. Since the death of Lewis Frank n. Fell or. 38, of Plumstead town ship has been charged with homicide by vehicle. He was the Driver of the car at the time of the april Accident. The Case has not yet come to trial. Daniels said Earnhardt s award is the first of its kind he has heard of in this area by the Hall of Fame. The american police Hall of Fame located in Sarasota county fla., is a National memorial to officers killed in the line of duty. It houses a museum of police artefacts and issues awards to Honor Law enforcement officers for valor and service. Elwood p. Barnhardt honoured f or bravery fight expected Over my missile continued from Page one changes his policy just to obtain some political under party rules Carter must notify the convention of his disagreement with any platform Plank within one hour of final approval of the document. Obviously we have Felt since the very beginning that a program such As the billion Federal jobs program is not the Best Way to go about aiding tiie recovery of the Powell said. We share the goals but we disagree with the Means and Well make that Powell said that while Carter continues his Strong support for the Era he opposes the platform Plank calling on the party to with hold Campaign funds and technical assistance from any candidate who opposes the amendment. The convention also called for continued Federal funding for abortions a position Powell said Carter has opposed throughout his Public life. Among the remaining controversial planks to be taken up when the delegates returned to Madison Square Garden at noon Edt were Libl s 11-13 300 daily paid circulation 1980 one year ago 24, k1 sunday 17.075 subject to a b c audit miss your paper the daily by Buntley intelligencer delivery if you do not Telcine your newspaper by 5 m monday through Friday or by h 00 on Sun Day. 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The solar Energy Plank Calls for a commitment to a Federal program for solar or other renewable sources that exceed the Federal commitment to synthetic fuels the minority Plank on the my flatly opposes deployment of the missile system favored by Carter. Powell conceded that Carter faced a Tough fight on the my but he added that the president s Posi Tion is Clear and not but the potential disputes on the remaining planks seemed Antl Colma Cylc after the emotional ses Sion tuesday night when Kennedy delivered one of the memorable speeches in political convention his tory. I am asking you to renew the commitment of the democratic party to economic Kennedy told the delegates. I am asking you to renew our commit ment to a fair and lasting Prosperity that can put America Back to he went on to restate Many of the issues that dominated his presiden tial Campaign yielding on none. But he saved his harshest words for Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan saying the former California governor has no right to quote Franklin Delano Roosevelt As he did in his acceptance speech at the gop convention last month. No stocks today there Are no new York Stock Exchange listings today because of computer problems. Winning lottery Pittsburgh a tuesday s number in the Pennsyl Vania daily lottery was 785. Public notices appearing today on pages bids Bucks county water sewer auth. Central Bucks sch. Dist. Council Rock sch. Dust. Estates Louise Pryore Miles John Andrew Murphy Reuben b. Ney Johnm. Relmer meetings county schools county of Bucks Nocka Mixon twp. Warminster twp. Miscellaneous abandoned car notice articles of incorporation fictitious name Reg. Ha13 Kennedy congratulated Carter on his Victory and said i am confident that the democratic party will reunite on the basis of democratic principles and that together we will March toward a democratic Victory in november later. Vice president Walter f. Mondale called the Kennedy speech one of the greatest he had Ever heard and said i m of the opinion senator Kennedy is going to be one of our strongest supporters. Hell be with when Kennedy finished the convention Hall exploded in cheers. Delegates waved Blue and White signs that read Kennedy 80." some had scrawled on the Back. Amidst the tumult on the floor were the political operatives from the Carter and Kennedy Camps. It became Clear As the Roll Call was about to begin that we weren t going to Powell said. The Carter aides called their counterparts in the Kennedy Camp. A Deal was struck on the economic planks without what one aide called direct consultation with the president. They agreed on All but one calling for wage and Price controls. House speaker Thomas p. O Neill jr., presiding officer of the convention quickly gave led them through on voice votes and declared the wage and Price control Plank similarly rejected. Convention notebook new Hope new theme for demos by Lanny Morgnanesi intelligencer writer in sen. Edward a. Kennedy s rousing speech tuesday night he spoke disparagingly of the free medical care Federal legislators receive. He said he doubts any of them Ever asked for a Bill. One of them who did was Bucks Mont congressman Peter h. Kostmayer. Kostmayer attending the demo cratic convention As a Spectator recently had a prescription filled and asked for the Bill. They would t give it to he said. So i said the hell with it and went to a drug store sure but How about major surgery Kostmayer is from Solebury township close of new Hope. If his neighbors in that tiny tourist town listened to Kennedy they might have Felt flattered. The senator mentioned the words new Hope at least six or seven it times. New Hope indirectly referred to his plan to bring Back Prosperity through programs like Thos e of the new Deal. New Hope could become a watchword in the fall election. If anyone is Short of. New Hope these Days it is Walter weeks a Delegate from Bensalem. New Deal programs would do Well for him. Before leaving Bucks for the convention his Boss told him he was out of a Job. The Delegate had been a sales a manager for a Small wholesale lighting company in his township. That business however has succumbed to the recession. It is closing Down. There is an irony Here because weeks supports president Carter the candidate who opposed a billion jobs program. Asked to comment on this incongruity weeks who laughs at his unfortunate situation smiled thought then said no Milton Berkes a Delegate and the chairman of the Bucks democrats always has managed to Breech Security at political conventions. He has the habit of sneaking non accredited locals onto the Conven Tion floor. At this convention Security was extra tight. Guest passes were extremely hard to come by. But sure enough tuesday night Berkes did it. During the boisterous Kennedy demonstration he was accompanied by his wife Phyllis and several other Bucks visitors. Edward Mitchell Kostmayer s press aide and top staffer often bumps Heads with reporters. In fact he s been known to get into Yelling matches with them. This week at the convention he decided to join the scribes rather than try to beat them. Jamison Man charged in theft a Jamison Man was arrested in Norristown by Doylestown police and Montgomery county detectives and charged with theft of services from the Doylestown inn 18 w. State St., Doylestown in connection with an incident that occurred May 18, police said. Frederick Schabacker 50. Dark hollow Road was charged with fail ing to pay a Bill for rent at the inn. He was released on j2.000 bail for a hearing thursday aug. 21 before District Justice Oliver a. Groman police said. Schabacker was a principal in Gsg associates 7 n. Main St., Doylestown. The company which went out of business several months ago. Cause of death undetermined an autopsy performed on the body of a Philadelphia Man who was found floating in the Delaware River near Tinicum township Mon Day showed no definite cause of according to or. Thomas Rosko Bucks county Coroner. He said the Coroner s office will now proceed with toxicology tests to attempt to find How Charles d. Ken Ney 24, died. According to police Keeney was fishing with two friends around noon sunday. After some time the friends noticed he was no longer in sight and a search ensued. Keeney s body was not found until . Monday by the Delaware Valley fire co. And Rescue squad. Policeman killed Bensalem police officer Robert a. Yezzi on the Force for three years was struck by an automobile about As he stood questioning a pedestrian on an isolated Rural stretch of narrow Richlieu Road Between a Bridge Over the Penny Vanla Turnpike and Gallo Way Road. Patrolman Anthony Ruhl 39, a seven year Veteran considered a capable Street Wise policeman also was seriously injured in the Accident and the pedestrian Donald Cummings 22, of Richlieu gardens Bensalem sustained a concussion. Or. Thomas Rosko Bucks county Coroner said Yezzi 29, died about a minute after the Accident of a fractured Skull and lacerations to his brain. Rihl suffered a broken left leg fractured thumb and a broken Pelvic Bone. Doctors at the Torres Dale division of Frank Enrri Hospital in Philadelphia tuesday transplanted an artery from his right to his left leg in an Effort to improve circulation in the limb. He is in critical condition in the intensive care unit there today. Cummings is in satisfactory con Bucks Mont new Dillon today at lower Buck Hospital in Bristol. The three were struck by a Fon Mustang driven by patrol cd Hildebrand 32, of the Lonj criminal mischief charted a 19-year-old Solebury township Man was issued a citation Foi criminal mischief after he allegedly hurled a Beer bottle through front window of the natural food store 68 s. Main St. Doylestown Early this morning police said. James Foster 3964 Street Road was issued the citation in connection about ., police said. Two cars collide two cars collided at the intersection of route 611 and Sauerman Road Doylestown township Fri Day police said. Cars driven by Frank Bell. 72 Howard Street. Philadelphia and e. Janet Alexander 48, smoke Road Buckingham township collided at about ., police said. Home burglarized Warminster police reported thre bedrooms in the Home of Marley Brodsky 39. Of Park height Avenue Warminster were ransacked and burglarized tuesday bet Ween 2 and . Tuesday. Police said about Worth of 11 quor was taken. Items stolen from car about Worth of items wer stolen from a car owned by Steve toy in of Deb Lane warm Stei while it was parked in his driveway Between 10 . Monday and 6 tuesday Warminster poll reported. Police said a tape player 24 tapes car keys a Power Booster a set o wrenches and two pair of by glasses were taken from the car. Delegates won t unify continued from Page one she still believes democrats we work together in the fall Campaign. She said Kennedy is providing the unifying Force for that work. Mrs. O Donnell said she is Willin to accept the Kennedy economic proposals including the billio Job making plan and is no disturbed by the hurried Voic votes that got them adopted tues Day evening. She said she was aware a Worl ing relationship had developed b tween the leaders of the Kenned and Carter forces. Bucks rangers hearing set the Date of sept. 16 has been set for a court hearing on the claim by the Bucks county commissioners that the Pennsylvania labor relations Board Parb acted improperly when it ordered the commissioners to reinstate the Park rang ers. The 10-member Force was disbanded at the end of 1978 after an attempt by the rangers to Union ize. The rangers took their Case to the Parb which ruled in april that the county committed an unfair labor practice. The county contends a unionized rangers Force would make them a county police depart ment. The Case will be heard Bucks county court. In May the rangers were rehire by the new administration i commissioners but not with the p lice Powers or same salaries Thi had when the unit was disbanded the rangers Are contesting Tho terms of their reinstatement. Gourmet food and fruit baskets Betty Lous cupboard 18-20 w. Mechanic St. New Hope 18938 862-9232 Energy Mart kerosene heaths from t for clean efficient inexpensive heat 41 tout Schlectic decorating centers paint window treatments floor covering wallpaper new Mitaine Lansdale Soud Fulton 34ub4 3k-03so 773-9124 or. Elliot Furman family practice paediatrics announces new hours to mon., tues., thurs., Fri. And sat. To mon., tues. And thurs. Nights 512 n. York rd., Warminster a 18974 672-9700 443-9260 bakery treats this week s special iut Turaki if with this Coupon 6a.m. F Sci Lammi cakes wedding birthday graduation All occasion pies pastry donuts Coffee to go Chalfont bakery Cha font hardware 1 Modi 8. Of it. To i if tool m. 7 . Doily Sun. 6 2 ., clod men. 122-3076 Warrington packing company meat store stump rd., v4 mile from Bristol Road Chalfont hours tubs., wed., thurs. 9-6 Fri. 9-8 sat. 8-5 phone 822-3555 prices effective thru aug. 16 Chalfont route 202 upper state Road stump re. 7 store stump Road Isi lower state Root route 611 whole pork loins Stol olb. Avg. Subject to cutting loss 991 pork shoulders smoked Butts Bacon vac pack 1 3 in a pin Friday 0 8pm m gladly

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