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19 Mar 1955

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19 Mar 1955

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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - March 19, 1955, Levittown, Pennsylvania Weather increasing cloudiness today with highest 44 to 4ft, rain tonight Pohly beginning an met anon and Low est 34 to 3ft. Rain sunday morning followed by Clearing Windy nod turning my birr in Tho afternoon. Thi uni town Timet Levi Down s own daily volume 3 be. 190 Levittown pa., saturday evening March 19, 1955 14 Paget Price 5cpolitical charges hurled in Market quiz Well known Bristol woman drowns in Delaware miss priestly is victim of River tragedy life Long resident had worked for water department 25 years a 57-year-old Bristol Borough woman drowned in the Delaware River yesterday at the fool of Walnut Street. Bristol her body was found by two boys one Quarter mile from the wharf where police were called to find the identity of her abandoned coat police thief Linford j Jones Bristol Borough identified the drowned woman As miss Marion Priestley 57. Of 329 Radcliffe St Bristol. She was a former employee of the Borough water department chief Jones said the woman s coat was found by Rueben Johnson. An employee of the elks Home at it 22 a in. Yesterday. Johnson found the Black fur coat at the end of the wharf. Bristol emergency squad was called immediately they launched a Small boat and grappled the Bot Tom of the River Nezir the pier for so veil hour unsuccessfully. While police were checking the owner of the abandoned coat two boys found miss Priestley s body Bolti i r late tha mrs. Bernard Selmer of Delaware. Of. La in bed with her twin babies do ii if la a a a a it right born january the. Mid Deborah Lynn born March 17. The 4-Day delay Between birth i Aee Ordung to doctors a rare a the birth of quintuple. Dedication of Penndel Church Parish sunday primary vote interest grows Many contests Battle for offices in lower Bucks county will be bitter one contests in Many of Bucks county a 137 voting districts for various local offices will assure a hotly contested May 17 primary election that should bring out the voters in greater numbers than in Many years. Harold Hellyer sr., clerk of the Bucks county elections Bureau said today that the first candidate to withdraw for the May primary was Josephine g. Braun of Tinicum township for the office of school director. The last Day to withdraw is next monday. Next monday noon is also the time that drawings will be held president of the lutheran Synod to be principal speaker old town Bell May Grace municipal building Lawn consideration is being Given by ices having been moved to the. The finance and Public property present municipal building in 1927. Contests the drawings committee of Bristol Borough coun the old town Hall was located at. Jul. According to Henry , Radcliffe and Market Street in us Art a a noon a the elections chairman to have Bristol s old the Center of Market traffic pass town hell appropriately mounted ing on either Side. On the Lawn of the municipal build the Bell according to history As. My Borough Engineer Livingston recorded by the late Doron Green or a. Joyce has been requested to sub was purchased in about 1832 at a Mit a tentative plan with an est Cost of $156 image of the Cost either for a pounds and a Propri Bureau office in Bucks county office building. Doylestown. Candidates do not have to be present presented to clerk Hellyer it weighs about 300 six Republican candidates for the is cast of Bronze. County commissioner Job and four dedication ceremonies of the new Concrete or some Othet a proper around the Edge is Quot Lewis Deb democrats seeking the same office at the Mouth of Quot a hollow pars building constructed at a ate base. Wear Phila., 1831.&Quot Are among those who will draw greek nne Iii inter mile from the Cost of 85.000. Or the evangelical the Bell has been exhibited on the Bell Hung in the Tower of for positions. Bucks county Gap Walnut Avreet Mer lutheran Church of the redeemer the second floor of the municipal the old town Hall. Green s history county chairman Russell j. have been scheduled for building since 1939. When the Bor says Quot what the Independence Bell Ferris of Otisville and John Cdr. William l. Goldfarb Deputy j pm Jun Jay 0ugb ordered the old town Hall to is to the nation so the town House Nerney of Falls township re pub c?ujllcor0ne�?T Arr at so re guest sneakers for the occasion demolished the boroughs off continued on Page eight at 3 50. Twenty minutes after the me occasion a body a discovered and said w h by the Rev. Harles m. Cooper., death was due to drowning. Her pro a a Urt Heran minister Imd still. or in i m. A Ionia a the a Akrel did run de by mate Secretary of com Merer John i. Robin left entering with Assembly Man a. I Patriek Brennan it. Burk till. At a meeting arranged by or. Brennan or. Robin lat night addressed Leader of local Borough township a Iii Ber of Commeree and labor Union. Names of 3011 Robin promises i found in Philly Aid to Industry body was removed to the John c. Black funeral Home. Cum of Pennsylvania the Rev. Roy l. Winters Home Mission secret a. Weary of the minist Erum the Rev. Miss Prie Llcy. A Delime rodent w s heist suit Hampton pastor of Bristol was employed a a clerk emeritu5 o he Church and Fli or by the Boron water department mixer j student pastor continued on Page eight Good evening still excitement Over Yalta papers. Fourth Ward group installs new officers for the Community association new officers were elected and in Mittee chairman by g. Russell stalled by the fourth Ward com sacks vice president of the Church j Unity association of Bristol town Harold e. Miller builder will pre Al their Reh ular meeting sent the key to architect. To nor a Edward Gobig. Of Maple Avenue Man Manseill. W to in turn will give i named president master Point winners Given bean opponents for the office of Coroner will draw for positions. Ferris is the present incumbent. Withdrawal requests a the deadline next monday must be in writing signed by the candidate Abd acknowledged before an off Beer empowered to administer vice ring quiz customers of girls to be prosecuted commissioner asserts drive in area Commerce chief Here for meeting under Brennan sponsorship the program will open in the Church with the Reading of a prayer by the audience. This will be followed w Ith the introduction of the architect builder and the building com Levittown play at Fallsington Library the state Commerce department in str a it lining itself to help draw new industries to Philadelphia a up a a oaths. The county boart of flee businessman was arrested frictions has the Power to hear and Dav Firlit in connection with the determine charges that the with operation of a vice ring which drawl of a nominee was Fraudus allegedly procured Young women Euni it Jovania state Commerce entry obtained and filed. And teen age girls for immoral Tref air John i. Robin told 30 winners in the monthly master next monday is also the last Day purposes Here and in new Jersey Point game of the Levittown to file objections to nomination Walter sinn 50. Owner of i Fulbright and Capehart fire accusations question of probe effectiveness debated by the senators by United press two principals in the Senate a investigation of the Stock Market Boom accused each other today of playing politics with the inquiry and ruining its effectiveness. The charges were exchanged by sen. J. William Fulbright dark who sponsored the investigation and is chairman of the committee conducting it and sen. Homer e. Capehart r a ind the inquiry s severest critic. Capehart said he does not believe the two weeks of hearings thus far have accomplished a any Good at he said Fulbright and other democrats on the committee seem to have made the hearings Quot part of a plan to discredit the administration and destroy Confidence in the Economy of the Fulbright countered that the administration has not cooperated with the study and that Capehart and other gop leaders have made partisan attacks against it. The attacks he said will make bipartisan agreement on new safeguards against another Market crash Sparkman Speaks other congressional news documents Seg. John j. Sparkman a Ala called on the administration to publish full accounts of diplomatic conferences involving the United states since the republicans won the presidency. Sparkman noted that the administration plans to publish Long secret details about All t orld War ii conferences in which democratic presidents participated. He said it should do the same for the most recent conferences. Campbell the Senate confirmed the presidents nomination of Jos continued on Page eight Bridge club were announced to petitions for primary. Objections rpfrjgprat0r business was taken a Lviv Noel Nick publicity must be of Becj in the court of com jnt0 cd Tody by members of the Mon pleas of Bucks county. Morals squad on a warrant is some of the Republican local sued by municipal judge Leon maybe better administration leaders less attention to mistakes of a decade ago and More attention to preventing them now. Continued on Page eight and High glee in some official Circle Over anticipated publication of the Truman administrations White paper on China in 1949 does no to seem to have much relation toward Licking the problems of commie China now either. Man is found hanged to death chairman the game was held thursday at fun using ton Library. Winners were North and South first mrs. A a. A Sally Kent 18 Park Lane Levit mrs. Joseph Patrese corresponding town and org of nth Nch a my. Ewan 160 Willow drive. Second Robert Morrow. 154 William mrs. Albert Cliver was elected vice president mrs. Elwood Wilkinson recording Secretary and contests Are As follows lower Wakefield twp. A it jus continued on Page eight Secretary three were named to the executive Board mrs. Thomas Derby Stonybrook drive and Shire mrs. Elizabeth butterwort i Chamberlain Andalusia and mrs. Ann Workman. Or. Go thir 1 George Douglas 21 big appointed mrs. Maree Benson Spring Lane and Mitchell Melnik publicity chairman. 30 Garden Lane. The association resolved to con fourth mrs Clifford Nelson duct an easter Bunny visit similar Morrisville and mrs. Amos bled a. It ii Michael Frisht it of. 55. Was found to their Santa Claus tour saturday soc. Yardley. Lime to Cut these silly Politica at 8 25 . Today hanging from a april 2, with the Bunny distributing fifth Ted Sandson and Tony shenanigans designed tor the most beam in the cellar of his Home at coloured eggs to children of the Lionial both of Princeton n. J. A Yardley electrician was Over part to create the proper climate second Street Pike and Maple ave a fourth Ward. Mrs. Cliver was East and West first or. And come by smoke in an unnecessary for the 1956 election year a Southampton victim leaves suicide note Yardley Man smoke victim overcome but he quickly recovers a re m. Prop per. Sinn who will be arraigned monday allegedly assisted two men who were held in $140,060 bail each on thursday in the operation of the ring and used his apartment As a Telephone Exchange for a a appointments a a a leaders of local government business and labor Bere last night. Called to Bristol Borough by rep a. Patrick Brennan d. Bnk.s-2d i who arranged the meeting. Or. Robin the appointee of governor George m. Leader said his department plans to Tanker can t make red port Crew rebellion halts Oil delivery set up four regional offices in the state and a Washington d. Cd Helsinki Finland up Tho Headquarters. Owners of the finnish Tanker Aruba the new governor will soon notified piping today the vessel present the state legislature definitely Quot cannot proceed to red w till a program to increase the China with its cargo of Jet Plana cording to of Andrew Waters of departments scope in Industry i fuel and that it is up to the contend Community development munits to come and get it. Travel and vacation promotion in the Crew of the Tanker rebelled tile state and Industrial research earlier against running the chinese the Cabinet official said. Nationalist blockade and demanded a a everybody in the nation knows a ship put into Colombo Ceylon that Bucks county has had a tre the owners refused and ordered Mendouse Industrial developmental a Captain of the Aruba to saw in Quot a record breaking Short Timas the Crew a uld a a. A a a a. A dispatch from Colombo said continued on Page eight 1 k the morals squad. At us same time Deputy continued on Page eight to Bardier Speaks to rotarians Harry h. Nerdier assistant Man nut Southampton. Named chairman of a steering com mrs. Jack Hadden Fairless Hills attempt to save his wife and child police chief Clarence Heppe said Mittee for the event with commit second or. And mrs. William Ren from a House fire last night aging director of the Philadelphia a suicide note was found on the tee members mrs. Derbyshire mrs. Dwyer 38 fireside Lane the electrician Robert Hackett safety Council was guest speaker r0ni01 forum Kitchen table of his Frame , mrs. Wilkinson and mrs. Third or. And mrs. R w. Git 22 w. College Avenue noticed at the regular meeting of the Ben buium relatives said he had been subject Wesley Williamson. Leyte Willow Grove. Smoke pouring from the cellar of Salem rotary held tuesday night local merchants will be asked fourth or. And mrs Don gut his Home when he returned from or. Nerdier a former executive a the past few donations to help finance the Law. 34 fireside Lane work about 9 . He promptly Secretary of the Phila. Foreman s a forum and open House for the it s the real Mccoy this treasure a it Harn a. Goldfarb. Deputy easter tour mrs. Benson said. Fifth or. Janice Lapp 7 called Yardley fire co. No. I from Gram Deal and snowballing Coroner issued a certificate for the next meeting april 6 at so rink Ane and mr8 George a neighbors House and rushed into. Spouse would indicate Tho folks a it by suicide. The homing society club House a a tue Sara Ohn Boyle is to Home in a a a a wife boy 800015 of am Rica titled has by nag guck i Washington Avenue. Bristol Heights. 5, j Quot Lane and Marvin la and Quot Quot cd a if you re a bit weary of it a1, i turn to treasure Gram and try winning yourself $125 in this increase to i it periods Quot of Des a Dincy Quot during the courier and times 1 k j 6 the Aruba sailed past there today. Earlier reports placed it about five Days sailing time from the Nicobar islands. South Persia club and District commissioner of hebrew and sunday schools of the _ _ a _. The Valley forge Council of the Levittown jewish Center conserva Jovi Oncley inight really like it. Okay turn to Page 3 and have yourself some fun chamber talks route 13 Pony leagues knocking by of if pins themselves out patting themselves on the Back because they re Mem officers of the greater lower May a a Bucks chamber of Commerce yes Breed to suppress the names of a of Lay log rugged c of Cut Opara. Couple of teen agers who met up on at a noting with two offi with a bit of trouble. Prs 0f the Trenton chamber. Will be held at to i sisterhood of Levittown jew address Quot in these Gur Ani tomorrow at the Penn Valley Center will present a musical members were urged to bring pros r7 �?~r4"t�?~ i a Quot Hackett was overcome by the among his Many topics he Cov s 1,0< 1 Quot South Persia during a regular Yective new members. All fourth in lame smoke and was revived by the fire ered juvenile delinquency Auto a discussion on the sign. I Manos meeting at 8 30 . Monday at Ward residents Are eligible to join regular meetings ate held at 8 company when it arrived at the safety and automobile accidents of jewish education for the child Edgely tire House. The group. Pm each thursday a. The Library scene. New member welcomed into the a Quot a Community will be discuss the lyrics of the musical Are Bas Hackett wife and children were group at this meeting was Adler cd the forum wl1 flowed by and on South Pacific but the Story visiting mrs. Hackett Mother. Tomlinson owner of the Trevose visits to classrooms in older to of will Tell the Story of the festival mrs Frances Dougherty. .30 w. Fuel and Supply co. Serve it he pro ram in act on pure a conferring with president John Good heavens. Are these fugitives p woo id Ridge and Charles Craw from tile Bush league so naive As for i executive vice president of new York a up the cafe to not know that responsible the new Jerae group were de,.and legitimate newspapers have Ward a. Not Auer ident Vic "u1 mln0 k been handling such instances with the greater lower Bucks Cham m Kev Jelke has recessed with propriety and understanding for the Ber John c. Johnson first vice indications that More confessions 20 years How a by can people would be rec Ted by cd air a son. Treasurer and William Aitken a Quot Quot Ard on monday. The weekend and then the Sprinc Adell Ector the joint conference miss Ward the mates chief at the Penn Bury inn was arrange witne8s in the of the Oleo Honing a nature now a by mrs Aitken it Margarine heir screamed Friday Jiayong the activities discussed a a you re a liar when the defense settles Down to the business of get Aco Ruine t or n8jbauer was a Joure 8 Nar a non of her Handiwork completely out-1 tree fitted for the easter Parade. Ton chamber to determine and compulsion from Jelke. Equalize the air out of dues paid a Asp waisted prostitute there Are two kinds of men a by members and set the number said on the fourth Day of her Tes Ward expected to Tell More in Jelkes vice trial Hose who kiss and Tell and those of memberships from each Busie to kiss and exaggerate. Ness firm most kids use soap As if they had Gruenther arrives to buy it out of their own allow Washington up Gen. Al Ance. Fred m. Guenther supreme com Mander of North Atlantic treaty Timony against Jelke that she was raped in her sleep when she was 16, posed for nude photographs and had an. Illegitimate child when she was 17. The Brunette broke Down three times during the week under the if you re driving during the week forces flew Here today from Paris trip Hammer questioning of George end be careful. Jamie speculation that the presi a Washington Herr who is at a was go to Church tomorrow pc i ofvvu1uvivii Moi in tear Vav is Iii la ii Tiiu in Dent plans major changes Iii the i tempting to prove miss Ward military High command 1 continued on Page eight Ward College Avenue before and during be meeting was held at Kings the fire. Hall in Andalusia. Twenty five Volunteer firemen _ and three engines confined the a Blaze to the cellar of the Home v700qmcln r uts and held damage to an estimated a $400. The fire was entered around hat in ring the Furnace and Woodwork and Goodman meditations for Lent by or. J. Carter Swaim dept. Of Fin Imi Billie National Council of churches w James 1 14 Bov gives a vivid picture of inner conflict a each and Kuk Pue Goodman of Pond st., person i tempted when he i lured and enticed by his own desire. Other material in the cellar was Tullytown is an Independent can Che words i own in that passage have a double significance. They damaged. Dilate for Justice of the peace in Neil us. On the one hand that a Man has to appropriate evil and take firemen worked on the Blaze for i the Borough democratic or about an hour and a half. Mary election he announced today. Or. Goodman 47, a former policeman is employed by the Levittown Security guard Force. He is a member of the Tullytown Gnu j auxiliary police and attendance a Square dance will be held for the Borough school Dos night at the Fairless Hills com strict Unity Center. It is sponsored by1 \ graduate of the Spada school the Levittown women a chapter of of criminology Boston. Mass. Square dance at Fairless Hills american jewish Congress. James tempest of Newtown will be caller. The regular meeting of the chapter at 8 30 . Tuesday will feature a Penny auction. The nominating committee report will be Given at the meeting to take place at Fallsington Library. It to himself before it can become effective the allurements and enticements of the Devil Are unavailing until we Seise upon them and make them our own. The words on the other hand suggest that each one of us has his own special Brand of susceptibility his own distinctive weaknesses. Medical men Tell us that certain individuals Are susceptible to certain forms of infection. They have Little resistance to some kinds of disease. So it is in the realm of the spirit. Certain or. Goodman served on the u. S. Temperaments Are susceptible to attacks by certain forms of evil. Government police Force at Quon some have no resistance when exposed to Strong drink. Others May set Point r. I., and was a provi not find this a temptation at All. They however May be vulnerable Deuce a i., policeman. In the to the lure of false ambition. Navy in world War 2, he was a gambling holds no slightest attraction for Many who May give Boson mate and Shore patrolman in to the temptation to be nagging and fault finding at Home. The he was a personnel investigator son in the far country a squandered i property in Loose living Quot Lake for the National Catholic com 15 13, Ray. This did not Appeal to his elder brother who was Cea a Unity service gild United service serious and self righteous let each one learn ail own weakness. throw up his strongest guard at that Point

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