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Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 2009, Doylestown, Pennsylvania To place a classified and Call 18669383010 the intelligencer june 2009 b5 jewish festival to show our presence by James Mcginnis staff writer with the third largest Popula Tion of jews in the Bucks county will play Host to a Celebration of jewish culture and tradition sunday at Shady Brook jewish federation of greater Philadelphia said it expects More than people to attend this years festivities on the farm at 931 Stony Hill Road in lower the event runs from noon to 4 rain or Bucks county is Home to 16 synagogues and More than the organization this be the 15th anniversary for the event and the fourth year at Shady said organizer Janet this event is an Opportunity for us All to come together and show our presence in Bucks said adding that you dont have to be jewish to this is a free event and every one is Welcome to she the jewish festival is designed As a showcase of the county synagogues and other jewish organizations and will Ture performances by the israeli scouts the Una cumin band of congregation Tiferet and the jewish Community High school Maccabi in Montgomery among organizers Promise crafts and Judaica a collection of religious icons or other items relating to the jewish Knish and circus style snacks such As funnel cake and Candy also will be served for More Call email or visit the federation web James Mcgil Nils can be reached at 2159493248 or voice of Nasa reporter a Paul who was known As the voice of nasal Mission control for his live televised reports during the Early years of the space has died of can he was Haney died thursday at a Nurs ing Kent owner of the Alamogordo funeral confirmed that Haney died of complications from Melanoma which spread to his brain and was Haney became nasal information officer in three months after the space Agency was formed and went on to manage information from the gemini and Apollo flight he pioneered a mealtime system of reporting events As they happened in the first manned flight project Haney became the Public affairs officer for the office of manned space right in 1962 and moved to Houston to work in what became the Johnson space during his time he worked in the Mission control Cente Haney retired from Nasa in 1969 after the and worked in London for Independent television news and the he is survived by his Jan two daughters from a previous marriage a Stepson a and seven funds Aid Williams Lane project new curbs and sidewalks Are part of the planned by Margaret Gibbons staff writer Hatboro will Benefit from some of those Federal stimulus dollars designed to jump Start the nations ailing econ Montgomery county has earmarked in stimulus funds it will receive this year for the boroughs Williams Lane Street improvement the project involves the reconstruction of Williams Lane Between Chester Avenue and old York Road and will include the installation of a new storm water sewer system and new curbs and the project will Cost with the remainder of the Money to come from the according to county Hatboro housing and Community development director Kathy the funds Are part of an additional in Federal stimulus funds that the county received to augment its Community development Block Grant that which is funded Annu ally with a Grant from the Federal department of housing and Urban targets projects that will Benefit Lowland moderate income Resi dents or that will help clean up blighted the county this year will receive a million Hud Grant and has received 13 municipal including the Hatboro Williams Lane for that Phifer said that construction on the Hatboro project can begin this because of its county officials allocated Federal stimulus funds for the project because those funds must be spent More quickly than the traditional yearly Phifer Phifer pointed out that local contractors Are hired for these Community development projects and that materials and supplies also Are Pur chased county officials have earmarked another of the Federal stimulus Community development funds for the rehabilitation of a building at 140 College drive in Pottstown that will be shared by the county Community College and the Schuylkill River heritage another has been allocated for a project to reconstruct curbs and sidewalks at some 60 Street Crossings in lower Providence to make them accessible for those with physical another in the traditional Grant funds also will be ear marked for the said As with the Hud Grant remaining stimulus dollars will be used to administer the program and oversee work in the Margaret Gibbons can be reached at 610 2796153 or . Last survivor of 97 Mill Ina Dean was a baby when the ship Sank in 1912 and said she had no memory of the by Meera Selva and Jill Lawless associated press London Mill Ina who As a baby was wrapped in a sack and Low ered into a Lifeboat in the frigid North died having been the last survivor of 1912 sinking of the rms she was 97 years and she died where she had lived in the City her family had tried to leave behind when it took the ships ill fated Maiden bound for she died in her sleep Early her Friend Gunter Babler told the associated it was the 98th anniversary of the launch of the ship that was billed As practically Babler said Deans longtime compan Bruno called him in Switzerland to say staff at Woodlands Ridge nursing Home in Southampton discovered Dean in her room sunday he said she had been hospitalized with pneumonia last week but she Osl had recovered and returned to the a staff nurse at the nursing Home said late sunday that no one would comment until administrators came on duty this Dean just Over 2 months old when the titanic hit an iceberg on the night of april the ship Sank in less than three Dean was one of 706 people mostly women and children who her father was among the who who is head of the Switzerland titanic said Dean was a very Good Friend of very Many i met her through the titanic society but she became a Friend and i went to see very every month or he the Pride of the White Star the titanic had a mahogany angled smok ing a swimming Pool and a Squash but it did not have enough lifeboats for All of its passengers and Dean and her family were Steerage passengers setting out from the English port of Southampton for a new life in the United her father had sold his pub and hoped to open a tobacconists shop in Kansas where his wife had initially scheduled to travel on or the family was transferred to the titanic because of a Coal four Days out of port and about 380 Miles Southeast of the ship hit an the Impact buckled the titanic Hull and sent sea water pouring into six of its supposedly watertight com Dean said her fathers Quick actions saved his he Felt the ship scrape the iceberg and hustled the family out of its third class quarters and toward the Lifeboat that would take his wife and children to that partly what saved us because he was so some people thought the ship was Dean told the British broadcasting in associated press file photo Mill Ina the last living survivor of the titanic sits with a painting of the vessel May in a photo from her files at an unknown location in the titanic International society says Dean died in her Dean was just Over 2 months old when the titanic hit an iceberg on the night of april sinking less than three hours wrapped in a sack against the Atlantic Dean was lowered into a her 2yearold brother Bertram and her Mother Georgette also she said goodbye to my father and he said hed be along Dean said in i was put into Lifeboat it was a bitterly cold night and eventually we were picked up by the the family was taken to new then returned to England with other survivors aboard the Rescue ship Dean did not know she had been aboard the titanic until she was 8 years when her about to told her about her fathers her always reticent about the died in 1975 at age born in London on Elizabeth Gladys Mill Ina Dean spent most of her life in the English Seaside town of titanic Home she never and worked As a retiring in 1972 from an Engi Neering she moved into a nursing Home after breaking her hip about three years she had to sell several titanic Memen toes to raise prompting her friends to set up a fund to subsidize her nursing Home Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate the stars of the film pledged their support to the fund last for most of her life Dean had no con tact with titanic enthusiasts and rarely spoke about the Dean said she had seen the 1958 film a night to remember with other but found it so upsetting that she declined to watch any other attempts to put the Dis Aster on including the 1997 blockbuster she began to take part in titanic related activities in the after the discovery of the ships wreck in 1985 sparked renewed interest inthe at a memorial service in Dean met a group of american titanic enthusiasts who invited her to a meeting in the she visited Belfast to see where the ship was attended titanic conventions around the world where she was mobbed by autograph seekers and she said goodbye to my father and he said hed be along i was put into Lifeboat it was a bitterly cold night and eventually we were picked up by the Mill Ina Dean participated in radio and television documentaries about the Charles president of the new Jersey based titanic International said Dean was Happy to talk to children about the she had a soft spot for he what i remember watching was Little tiny children came Over clutching pieces of paper for her to she was very Good with very in Dean successfully crossed the Dantic by boat for the first on the Queen Elizabeth 2 luxury and finally visited Kansas declaring it so Lovely i could stay Here five she was Active Well into her but missed the commemoration of the 95th anniversary of the disaster in 2007 after breaking her Dean had no memories of the sinking and said she preferred it that i want to she told the associated press in she opposed attempts to raise the wreck feet from the sea i dont want them to raise i think the other survivors would say sex Andy the she said in that would be the last survivor with memories of the sinking and the last american survivor Lillian who was 5 at the she died in May 2006 at the age of the second last Barbara Joyce West Dainton of died in october 2007 aged shrine continued from Page by has about four months to pay before the movers six month said the Tadeusz Lipinczyk of lady of How much it will Cost to repair travel related damage and install the panels at their new Home is the 45by15foot which takes up floor space the size of a Small is painted of Canvas panels that were displayed in wooden frames in painted on a Goldleaf the painting by celebrated polish muralist Jan Henryk de Rosen memorializes polish according to a statement from its a very Beauty nil piece of said father John holy family former though he want there when it he said he believes the mural was taken out of its carefully rolled up and packed away for parishioners were concerned what would become of the artwork when the Church closed its and there glad to know its going somewhere that respects and preserves polish said now pastor of Pittsburgh our lady of the Angels it really has satisfied everyone concern that it want going to be taken Down and thrown away or he the shrines visitor Center and Anns Chapel Are under consideration As the murals new though both present some logistical Lipinczyk thousands of catholics make a Pil Grimage to the ferry Road religious site every Annie tinker can be reached at 218445 3187 or obituaries to inquire about paid death notices or in Call the classified department at 2159494196 from 8 to 7 monday through Friday from 5 to 7 saturday and to dial 2152590603 email Obi Tifa deadline for obituaries and death notices is 4 one Day prior to in memorial must be received one Ivicek prior to Date of Sophie Halla Sophie a longtime resident of Bedminster formerly of May at Phoebe Richland nursing she was Sophie was the wife of John who died in born in Sophie was the daughter of the late William and Rose Czaplicka Sophie lived most of her life in Bucks Sophie worked As a sewing machine operator for Fretz son pants factory in managed the former Diana shop in and was a Telephone advertising solicitor for the she also was employed by Jones sandblasting in and As a real estate agent with Jeremiah real estate in before retiring in she was a member of in a longtime parishioner of John the Baptist Church in and a former member of our lady of mount Carmel Church in Sophie also Sang in the choir at our lady of Czestochowa for 10 she is survived by a William Buzdygon and his of Perkasie and Rose Meyers of and Helena Kardos of and Marian happen cd of she was preceded in death by three Walter and Stanley and a Anna a funeral mass will be celebrated at 11 june at John the Baptist 4050 Durham a where friends May Call from 10 prior to interment will follow in the Parish in lieu of memorial contributions in sophies name May be made to Clare Bridge of 160 ele Phant a 18917 or to John the Baptist Church at the above Reed and Steinbach funeral Doylestown Jessie Nisbet Jessie Nisbet of Chalfont went Home to be with her lord on May at Rockhill mennonite she was she was the beloved wife of the late James born in she was the daughter of the late Robert and Jessie Kirkcaldy Jessie Nana attended Calvary Chapel of she is survived by her Jessie Russel Nisbet of Chalfont her Alastair Nisbet and his of James Nisbet and his Mary of and Campbell Nisbet and his of Canada 13 grand children two great grandchildren and two she was preceded in death by her David and her great Ryan memorial service will be held at 2 june at Calvary 150 Butler a in lieu of memorial contributions May be made to Barnabas Calvary Chapel at the above the family wishes to acknowledge the staff of the Rockhill mennonite Community for the dedicated care of their Anders de Veiler funeral Home Souderton Albert Albert York died in Doylestown he was born in Clifton he was a resident of new formerly of Lansdale and he was a air Force he was the father of Sandra Kon Dan and Karen York Levine brother of Edith and Mildred rein Hardt and Grandfather of Ben Emma and relatives and friends Are invited to his memorial service at wednesday in James me ghee funeral Street Pike and Belmont where family will receive friends from 4 until the time of interment will be held in lieu of contributions May be made to Doylestown 595 state a James me ghee funeral Southampton

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