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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1968, Levittown, Pennsylvania I i 1 Page 4 Bucks county courier times tuesday july 2,.1968 As i mrs. Eliz a Kwh k. Longbine i mrs. Longbine was a retired employee of the Westinghouse lamp division Trenton. Funeral services for mrs. Besides her husband she is Elizabeth Kleinertz Longbine of survived by two Sisters mrs. To Woodside Road lower make Jsephine k. Lee of Trenton and Field who died yesterday at mrs. Theodora Kling of Tomah Mercer Hospital. Trenton will wis., and a brother. Maximilian be held tomorrow. She was the Kleinertz of Brick township wife of George Longbine. . Services will be at 8 30 . At the Ivins and Taylor funeral Home 77 Prospect St., Trenton. Requiem High mass will be celebrated at to . At St. Igna Tius Church Yardley. Erty mortuary. 7400 Newport Viii re. I interment will he in hold be wednesday 9 . With requiem High interment will de in moly de mass to . St. Joseph the worker Pulcare cemetery Philadelphia. Leaning hours will be 8 30 to 9 30 to 9 . Ward a Doylestown a. Formerly of Bristol. A. June 28th, Charles Ward. Relative and mends Are invited to attend the funeral from the Charles h. Reed funeral Home 182 w. Court is. Doylestown a. On wednesday july 3rd at to a in. Interment Beulah Cern every. No calling hours. Weintraub june inks la vie a a Nam Neil w. Of 6388 Leonard . Death notices Mackey a on july i. 1968m_lowet Bucks Hospital Anita m., wife of George w. Mackey sr., 218 n. Park dr., Levittown. Mother of George we a. Jr., Levittown and mrs. Paul Bick sell. California. Relatives and friends invited to funeral at the Beck dough . Tomorrow. Mrs. Anita Mackey i mrs. Anita Mackay. 71, Jaii wife of George w. Mackey or. Of Cornwe is Heights pa., the far 218 North Park drive. Levit thur Weintraub and Kathleen i i town Fri pro Aptt Prav in Tiu or Stetano rela uves friends and Clas i10"�?� Lea yesterday in a Flower mates of Bensalem High schol Are invited to attend the funeral saturday 9 . From the James o. Bradley funeral Home 260 Bellevue . Penndel a. Solemn requiem mass to . Our lady of Grace Church Penndel. Interment our lady of Grace cemetery. Friends May Call Friday eve eng. Card of thanks Bucks Hospital. Born in Philadelphia she lived in lower Bucks 14 years and was a member of St. Jo-1 Seph the worker Church. Fall Sington. Mrs. Mackey is survived be sides her husband by a son. We wish to thank All it refit. _. Live mend and neighbors for Mieir i George w. Or. Of lev town a Sogl amp ssh Tatz so a laughter. Mrs. Paul Bicknell of beloved Mother jewel Hoover. Norma California i two Sisters mrs. I shins Thomas Foy of Margate. ., we wish to thank a our relatives a a friends and neighbors for their Many 13hu its. Adele Keane of Audi Acta of kindness during our recent j inn n j a and nine Crand Chil bereavement in the lost of our Hus in j it band and dad. Mrs. Phillip Meyers Drin. Relatives and friends Are invited to attend the funeral from the Beck Dougherty mortuary 7400 Newportville Road Levittown tomorrow at 9 . A re Quiem High mass will be celebrated at to . At St. Joseph the worker Church. Interment will be in resurrection Ceme Tery Cornwells Heights. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 of clock tonight. Funeral directors j Beck Dougherty mortuary serv a in lower Bucks county Newport Villa Fallsington ads. I 6-7600. I Black funeral home�?314 Cedar it St., Bristol. St 8-7874. Charles f. Swartz funeral Home a Newtown a. Phone to 8-3891. Dunn funeral Home-378 s. Belle vue av., Langhorne. So 73331. Fluehr funeral home�?064-Brurtof Pike. Andalusia. Me 93130. J. Allen Hoo per funeral Chapel 45 n penna., Morrisville. By s-7725. Murphy s funeral Home established Over 50 years serving the entire lower Bucks county area. Within the Means of All. 1002 Radcliffe St. Bristol. St 8-2417. Tomlinson funeral Home a 2207 Bristol Pike Cornwells hts. Me a a 0422. Wim. S. Hoffmann funeral Home florists a Cornwells Heights. 639-1147. Rhodes Flower Ano gift shop members of Florist trans world delivery. Serving Bucks county Trenton area Newtown a. To 8-4252. Stein Florist serving phila., suburbs. 7500 Frankford . 2223 n. Front St., Phil. 24 hour tritone service. De 8-7100. A. Supreme court rulings landlords held liable for i tamales i Philadelphia up the Pennsylvania supreme court cited changing social conditions Jin reversing a 31-year ruling monday and held landlords Ila Able for damages for failing to Scarry out promises to repair defective conditions. T the High court with chief Justice John c. Belljr. Dissenting. Upheld a suit by Meda land Joe Rietmeyer of Union county against their landlord Harold Sprecher. For failure to a repair a defective porch As promised orally in drawing up a lease. The Reitmeyer said Sprech Jer made and repeated promises to repair the floor and Steps of a porch in the rear of their Jow Home or to provide promptly the materials to repair it. Two months after the a Reitmeyer moved in the suit said mrs. Reitmeyer fell and injured herself As a result of the defect in the porch floor. The court said the 1937 Harris Case ruling that no landlord could be held liable for injuries resulting from failure to make repairs was no longer applicable a due to changing social a aware of such changes we must realize that most frequently today the average prospective tenant vis a vis the prospective landlord occupies a disadvantageous position a the court said. A the acute housing shortage mandates that the average prospective tenant accede to the demands of the prospective landlord As to conditions of rental which under Ordinary conditions with housing available. The average tenant would not and should not Justice Bell said in his dissenting opinion that a unless the courts establish and maintain certainty and stability in the Law businessmen cannot safely and wisely make contracts with their employees or with each other. He noted that Only three months ago. The court issued a ruling contrary to mondays decision. Holiday weekend May take 800 lives by United press International police forces around the nation Are taking Steps to try to Riold Down traffic fatalities during the Independence Day weekend. In a deaths could go As High As �00, says the National safety Council. I the july 4th weekend begins at 6 . Local time wednesday and ends at Midnight sunday. Sun that time the Council has estimated. 700 to 800 persons will die on the nations highways. The american automobile a association estimates that 70 million persons will get into 26 million automobiles and cover about 4.3 billion Miles during the Holiday. A bring Mem Back alive a is the Aaan a program for this july 4th. Most police forces will try a United press International Surrey shows. J in Texas usually among the estates leading in number of traffic fatalities the depart Ament of Public safety will conduct a operation Taii state troopers will be on a Fluty and uniformed men from other department divisions will boost the Force. Casualty reports will be Given every three hours Florida so bring Mem Back alive program worked Well last year. The Florida conference of aaa motor clubs i working with the Florida association of broadcasters will have Headquarters in Orlando. Beginning at 4 . Wednes Day hourly safety broadcasts Over a network of 150 radio stations across the state will provide information on weather j traffic congestion which Parks Are crowded where the fishing is Good and the latest traffic toll. In Louisiana aaa Public affairs director Jim Mills says the aaa has just finished compiling causes of the 16 traffic fatalities in the state Over the memorial Day Holiday. Not one of the victims was wearing a seat Belt he said. Arkansas state police will Fly flags on each patrol car the second time since the practice started memorial Day. A White Flag will be flown if no traffic deaths occur in the county. If there is a fatality a red Flag will be flown. Many stretches of Arkansas highways have been marked so planes can Tell if Drivers Are speeding. Since when in the course of human events has it become necessary to celebrate our Independence by killing ourselves on the Highway the answer of course is that its never been necessary. But you d never guess it from the statistics. Item. 1965 july 4th weekend 740 fatal injuries. A fatal injury is one that kills you within 12 months item. 1966 july 4th weekend 770 fatal injuries. Item. 1967 july 4th weekend 915 fatal injuries. 4,435 americans died in the War for Independence. Mobil we want you to live. During the last Twenty years 10,320 americans have died in the Celebration. In car accidents alone this weekend the National safety Council predicts Between 880 and 1,000 fatal injuries. Take care. A Mobil Oil corporation As free Low Cost school undies okd up i artists Chat Boatie John Lennon right talks with japanese artist Yoko oho at a London Art gallery yesterday whore they attended an exhibition of Lennon a Art work. Lennon dedicated the work to Yoko. Whose name has been linked to his since the reports that Hie marriage was on the verge of breaking up. Up telephoto Washington up the House has approved and sent to the Senate a $300 million three year program to provide extra free and Low Cost school lunches for needy children a major goal of the poor Peoples Campaign. The action monday was coupled with passage of Legisla Tion which would require distribution of the lunches in Man. 21, drowns Wadi nil in Creek Collegeville a. A John j. Heffelfinger jr., 21, of Norristown drowned Early today while wading Inper Kyomen Creek at nearby lower Providence township. State police said Heffelfinger and three Norristown girls Sandy walk 18 Sarah Hurrell 19, and Ellen Bruce 18, went wading in the Creek late monday night. The girls and other swimmers recovered the body. Such a manner that recipients would not be identified to their schoolmates. Under the first Bill approved 274 to 78, additional funds for lunches would be appropriated automatically from leftover funds the agriculture department gets from customs collections to buy surplus farm products. Money unused for that purpose normally goes Back to the Treasury. Agriculture Secretary Orville l. Freeman had told the House education and labor committee that he needed congressional authority to use any of the nearly $300 million a year typhoon Lucy slowly dying Tokyo i up i typhoon Lucy withered into a tropical storm today. The . Typhoon warning Center in Guam said Lucy her winds having slackened to 23 Miles per hour was entered 92 Miles East of Okinawa. Normally held in Reserve. Reacting to what committee chairman Carl d. Perkins. D-ky., called an lawmakers drafted a Bill to give Freeman the authority he sought. A we Are taking funds not otherwise said Perkins. A this is the Only Way we can reach this the separate Bill to require the identities of lunch recipients secret was passed 352 to 0. Brain Drain is curtailed London reactions up a new . On immigration from Britain became effective monday curtailing sharply the a brain Drain to the United states. . Officials said applications for visas to America doubled in the three months preceding the new measure. Hundreds of other applicants failed to meet last minute requirements and will probably have to wait until 1971 for another crack at visas for the United states. Recent testimony by private study groups indicated that Many children of the poor refused to help because they were ashamed to undergo procedures which publicly marked them. Included in this second measure was a provision to require states starting in 1970, to provide supplementary funds for lunches. This would amount initially to 4 per cent of the Federal contribution and increase by 2 per cent each fiscal year until it reached to per cent. Train crashes six Are killed Lyons France up a six cars of a speeding passenger train jumped the tracks monday and overturned killing six persons and injuring 60. Rail Road officials said the train bound for Lyons from Paris and crowded with vacationers was going 74 Miles per hour at the time. There was no immediate explanation for the Accident. %

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