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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1964, Levittown, Pennsylvania Or. Anti mrs. Tolo for j. Florist 12 Fortune Lane farm Brook Levittown beam happily after being adjudged Best dressed couple in the seventh annual Levittown faster Parade yesterday. Courier times photo some of the prize winners in yesterdays easter Parade staged on the Levittown shop a Rama. Mall include of from left Peter j. Farley of 345 Chelsea Road Fairless Hills Best dressed teenage boy Rae Felter 26 Lilac Lane Lakeside Levittown Best dressed teenage girl Edward Heisler 58 pumpkin Hill Road Plumbridge Levittown Best dressed Man and mrs. Philip Micro 4622 Forest St., Bristol township Best dressed woman. Courier times photo. Dawn Johnson 7, of 402 Parkway ave., Penndel presents a pretty picture in her easter Bonnet As she was named the Best dressed girl in the 6-12-year bracket. Courier times photos by Dave Snow Brut Tomun Ghers Delaware Valley s greatest Home newspaper possible link with Frankie Carbo monday March 30, 1964 in in a wok Pace 3 too College students arrested surprises hinted in title fight probe Beach Fla tip do police snip today they armied More than Loo College students whose annual frolics on the beaches cot out of hand yesterday resulting in a Melee broken up by club swinging police. A Pollee chief a o. Folsom or. Said those arrested were booked on charges ranging from disorderly conduct and unlawful Assembly and attempting to Start a riot. Hut the chief denied that there actually was a riot. A they just got out of line Quot Folsom said. Page by Sandy. Quot listen a i told my family Quot this is the sunday i do my filial duty. In a going to bring a Little learning into your lives. No sitting watching the television this i feeling proud of my resolve i in arched my son daughter and wife into the ear and we drove to Philadelphia s Aqua dams. We had in past years visited Florida a in Vineland and Seaqui Arouni. However the children were you Ugor then and did no to understand As much and our tourist schedule made them Only Quick stops. Philadelphia a Aqua Rama is located on Broad St. Right off the Walt Whitman Bridge. It it a much More Beautiful ornate fish Home than either place in Florida. The Many aquarium tanks where thousands of species of fish look it Over the people Are better lighted and the color pictures above the tank make the fish More identifiable. The biggest crowds were around the shark tank and you re glad the Glass is Strong so the vicious fish can to get Yoi for their sunday meal. A Large octopus in another tank makes you realize that few artists make this creature look As horrible As it really appears. The big Community tank two stories High and a feet in diameter seems to be better Laid out and clearer than its Florida counterparts. The 165.-Qoo gallon tank is larger than any other in the world and the visitors pack the Many windows looking in on the Many different kinds of fish swimming around. Suddenly there is a Man in a diving suit descending into the water. He demonstrates How the suit works ail the while talking from the watery Depths. The stars of any Aqua show Are the porpoises. In Florida the proposes mostly Drew applause with their prodigious leaps into the air. They do in Philadelphia also but the act Here is a bit More refined. In addition Philadelphia a porpoise tank lets you View the playful animals from both above and below the water. Being inside the show also utilizes Many stage lights to make it More fascinating. The program also utilizes people. Two scuba divers demonstrate what you can do with the equipment and How to act in certain equipment emergencies. A then the porpoise stars swim out and they do everything including talk. What they say we Arentt sure yet but science is working on it. We re told porpoises possess brain matter similar to that of humans and considerably larger in size. The porpoises jump bowl twist dive through hoops and then do a water Ballet with a girl swimmer. I heard one Mother behind me say she wished her children were trained to obey As Well As the porpoises. There is plenty More to see a performing whale penguins sea Lions tropical exhibit and others. The Marine showplace Cost three million dollars and the Brick building houses 45,000 Square feet. I went Home feeling i had done my part in furthering the childrens education an hour later the children came running into the Kitchen to say there was an hour program on the television from Marine land in California with essentially the same Type fish and tricks. Worse yet housing up the animals act were the Quot stars Quot from the Beverly Hillbillies. Of the porpoises had been real smart they would have refused to have their act ruined. A huh culture. Quot they jumped on the police to Start with but we were ready and controlled them. I done to know if anyone can say exactly How it Folsom estimated the crowd of collegians at 75.000. They were packed along a Beach running Little More than two Miles in an easter vacation frolic that has become a tradition at Florida beaches. Authorities said approximately 1,000 collegians have been arrested since the annual migration began a week ago. Washington up a Senate investigators hinted of Surprise developments today in their inquiry into possible links Between convicted fight racketeer Frankie Carbo and the Camps of both Cassius Clay and Sonny Iuston. The antitrust and monopoly subcommittee headed by sen Philip a. Liar to Mich. Planned to resume hearings on the Uston Clay title fight by questioning three More members of Liston a promotional ing which was disclosed at i960 boxing hearings of the anti Trust subcommittee might be termed Quot boxing a Apalachin he referred to the notorious meeting of underworld overlords which state police surprised near Apalachin n.y., several years ago. Carbo a longtime Underwood link to boxing is now serving a prison sentence for extortion. A key associate Frank Blinky Palermo of Philadelphia also was indicted but not convicted. Palermo also attended the 1958 meeting subcommittee records show. Best dressed teenage girl Rae Felter 216 Lilac Lane Lakeside Levittown who holds the title of miss Pennsylvania teenager. Best dressed boy 6 to 12 years Mark Watts 9, of 41 King Apple Lane Kenwood Levittown. Best dressed girl 6 to 12 years. Dawn Johnson. 7, of 402 Parkway ae., Penndel. Best dressed pre school boy Nicholas Corcoran 2, of 98 Kenwood drive North. Levittown. Best dressed pre school girl Kelly Ann Broch 2, of 30 in Brook Road. Indian Creek Levittown. Best dressed baby boy. Gregory Scott Adams of Oakford. Best dressed baby girl Paul Ann Baker 288 main St., Tullytown. Most Beautiful hat. Mrs. James Corcoran 98 Kenwood drive North Levittown. Cutest pet a a blabber a a duckling with hat owned by Carl Barto 9, of 44 twin Leaf Lane Thor Ridge. Levittown. Judges for the Parade were Archie Thompson Broadway producer or. And mrs. I. H. Bickel of the hitching Post. Levittown shop a Rama and Kenneth i it snick president of the la a and mrs. Lesnick. 700 at Strick a sit Down about 700 members of United Auto workers local 585 staged a 22-hour sit Down today at Strick trailers in Fairless Hills protesting the firing of 18 men and disciplinary action against 15 others. The St Down ended on orders from the International Union after a meeting was arranged for to . Tomorrow Between James Solomon of the Strick time study and engineering department and Ray Lyons of the Fruehauf co. In Detroit. The sit Down began at 7 . As the Day shift arrived for work. Matt o. Adams president of local 585, said some of the men were attending the Law convention in Atlantic City last week at the time they were discharged. The Union tomorrow he said will seek to have the 18 men reinstated and will also discuss problems stemming from increased production schedules announced recently by Strick. Syndicate they were Robert Nilon Chester a executive vice president of inter Continental promotions inc., and brother of Liston s Quot adviser Quot Sam Margolis Philadelphia vending machine operator and a stockholder in the Syndicate and Salvatore Avena of Camden n.j., a director of inter Continental. Liston is president of the Syndicate. Sen. Kenneth b. Keating. R-n.y., a subcommittee member demanded saturday that the group dig into a March 19, 1958, meeting Here of Carbo and a group of lieutenants that included Margolis and Angelo Dundee clays Trainer for the Miami Beach fight last month in which Clay won Liston a world heavyweight Crown. Keating said the 1958 meet Bucks democrats to meet on revolt in the ranks two receive $5 awards winners of $5 for the Best tips for the last two weeks Are Fred Holly or. Of 4608 River drive Cornwells Heights and mrs. Evart Marsh of 73 e. Philadelphia ave., Morrisville. Holly called the courier times to report a burglary and scuffle at the Glenview shopping Center Penndel. Mrs. Marsh tipped the paper that the old feed Mill in Morrisville was going out of business. Of you know of a newsworthy happening a Call to the courier times might earn you $5. Miller named Iowa "ci�6 coach Iowa City Iowa up a Ralph Miller basketball coach at Wichita was named head coach at the University of Iowa athletic director Forest Evashevski announced today. Bucks county democratic chairman John t. Welsh said today that a policy statement regarding the county endorse ment of Genevieve Blatt for u s. Senator would be issued sometime tomorrow. Welsh said county democratic leaders would meet tomorrow afternoon to discuss a statement saturday by assemblyman James j. A. Gallagher in which Gallagher announced the formation of a county democratic Victory committee to support state supreme court Justice Michael Musmanno for the Senate seat. Welsh also said the democratic executive committee will meet tomorrow night and the split in the democratic ranks will undoubtedly get Tull attention. Gallagher said in his statement that the new committee would Back the county endorsed democratic slate with the exception of mrs. Blatt state Secretary of internal affairs. Prominent leaders Gallagher said that Many prominent democratic leaders Are eager to throw their support to Musmanno for the Senate seat and that municipalities have already done so. He said they include Bristol Borough and the townships of Bensalem lower Southampton and Warminster. Gallagher said there were others who while listed As uncommitted have been reported As favouring Musmanno. He said these include Tullytown and Morrisville boroughs and lower Wakefield township Gallagher a committee Are Dominic Dilissio chairman of the lower Bucks democratic committee or. Daniel flood former new Hope mayor Domenic Belardino Bensalem township supervisor Charles Ackley Warminster committeeman and John c Mulligan fomer democratic county chairman. Phillip Waters of Bristol Borough. State committeeman is those listed As members of chairman of the new group. Local red Cross Busy 70 lbs families await Alaska news lower Bucks county residents with relatives in earthquake ravaged Alaska today were forced to continue their agonizing wait for Contact with the stricken area As communications remained jammed. A total of 70 families have asked the lower Bucks red Cross chapter for help in contacting relatives. But the Chap terms director Edward sylves Levit Toiven boy injured Levittown Fairless Hills Rescue squad workers and Bristol township patrolman Richard Silbert huddle around James Patrick Shields 6, of 35 Canyon Road co balt Ridge Levittown. The boy struck by the car at right on Newport Ville Road near Yorke pharmacy suffered multiple abrasions and a compound fracture of the right leg. The Accident occurred at 10 10 this morning. He was admitted to lower Bucks county Hospital. Ter. Said the Best bet for getting through at this time is air mail. Meanwhile he advised the key word for anxious relatives in this area must be Sylvester said the red Cross chapter was on duty 24 hours saturday and easter sunday with two regular staff members and three volunteers taking Calls from lower Bucks residents. All queries were forwarded to Alaska via the red crosses own communications system across. The requests for information on civilians Are sent via the Seattle King county red Cross chapter in Washington those concerning military personnel Are relayed via Washington . Lines tied up Sylvester said All communications. Including across were almost impossible to break into saturday. They loosened up a Little yesterday and today he noted but Are still heavily taxed. Regarding the need for clothing food shelter and other supplies these items Are being handled from the West coast red Cross Center at Seattle Keg county Sylvester said. A total of 28 red Cross staff members already have been dispatched from there to Alaska to set up operations. Residents of the lower Bucks area who desire to help can do so with Cash contributions to the red Cross emergency Relief fund. Sylvester said. These May be sent to the chapter Headquarters at 138 n. Bellevue ave., Langhorne. Lower Bucks Hospital March 26 or. And mrs. A is Fischer 31 Corson ave., Trenton boy March 27 or. And mrs. F. Lawrence Andrews 3980 Bristol Pike Eddington girl or. And mrs. Frank de Moia 301 West Fairview ave., Langhorne Manor girl or. And mrs. Archie Waindel Icli co balt Ridge dr., North Levittown boy my or. And mrs. Mark moxie Langhorne re i boy or. And mrs. Melvin Durant 5707 Mustang Street Levittown a. Boy or. And mrs. Joseph Hargraves 40 red Cedar drive Levittown girl or. And mrs. John Miller 36 Unity turn Levittown girl March 28 or. And Querry 1027 new Chestnut St., Bristol girl or. And mrs. Edward Boyle 86 Indian red Road Levittown girl or. And mrs. Lloyd St. John 321 Stonybrook drive Levittown boy or. And mrs. Michael Bartu ska 59 rambler Lane Levittown boy or. And mrs. Samuel Trozzi 65 ice Pond rd., Levittown boy March 29 or. And mrs. John Nahm girl or. And mrs Warren Solt 349 Penn St., Bristol girl or. And mrs. William Murray 70 Chr Estwood Road Levittown boy or. And mrs. Henry Allen 732 court d Terr 2, Bristol boy sailing partner la Rochelle France up a Jean de hat 23, said today he will sail the Atlantic in a 50-year-old boat starting april i with Only one companion a his pet Parrot. Weather forecast Clearing this afternoon High near 40. Clear and cold tonight Low 26-25. Tomorrow fair in morning Cloudy with Light Sony tomorrow afternoon High in 46s. High yesterday 51. Low yesterday 34. Low this morning 30. Sunset tonight 6 21 . Sunrise tomorrow 5 45 . Sunset tomorrow 6 22 .Best dressed honors bring smiles in mall Parade a Levittown couple and their five children walked off with Best dressed family honors yesterday afternoon in Levittown seventh annual easter Parade. Despite Nippy Spring like breezes a throng of some Soo persons turned out on the shop a Rama mall to witness the two hour display of easter Nery sponsored by the Levittown business men a association. Family prize or. And mrs. James h. Paul and family of 20 margin Road Mill Creek Falls Levittown won top prize for Best dressed family. The youngsters Are James f., 5 Dorothy 7 Cecelia. La Jean. 14, and Betty Ann 15. Best dressed couple was or. And mrs. Telesfor j. Florist of 12 Fortune Lane Fallbrook Levittown. Other prizes included Best dressed woman mrs. Philip Miccio 4622 Forest St., Bristol township. Best dressed Man. Edward Heisler. 58 pumpkin Hill Road. Plumbridge Levittown. Best dressed teenage boy. Peter j. Farley 345 Chelsea Road Fairless Hills

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