The Bristol Daily Courier from Bristol, Pennsylvania on April 18, 1960 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bristol Daily Courier from Bristol, Pennsylvania · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Bristol, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Monday, April 18, 1960
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE 4 ÜH BRISTOt couples *nd IÉVITTOWN TIMES MONDAY, APRII 18, 1960 DENTAL PLATES REPAIRFD IN ONE HOUR Open Daily 9 A.M. fo S P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. (Closed Sun. fir Mon.) Bridge & Penna. Ave. DUNN'S DENTAL LABORATORIES Over Pryor'* Drug S»ort Elvis Back In Swing Of Civilian Life FU JOE MCDAVID I nileri International MEMPHIS Tenn a PI- - It didn’t take Elvis Presley long to cet back :nio the rock ‘n’ roll» TERMITES call FLEMING ' Windsor 5-3527 day—and playing a? night As usual of rock ‘n' (Sion where the gatekeeper knows his mother’s grave. His mother; non. a former Mississippi tenant died here in 1958 while he was farmer, has said they will be in the service. j married in the near future, but Presley ill soon have a step- a definite date has not been set. mother, Mrs. Davada *Dee> Elliot The ente-tainer leaves tonight Stanley, a divorcee and mother of for Hollywood for his first movie three small sons. Mrs. Stanley! since getting out of the service, and her sons, who say they think The movie, entitled “G. I. Blues.” swing of civilian life. Army life was much different. ■ just who to permit inside, but close friends say it didn't Has Sad Moments take EH is long to settle into his! The gat. opens wide, for exam- old routine of .sleeping during the pie. for Elvis’ No. 1 girl-friend, Anita Wood, who recently dyed the 2>year-old king her blonde hair brunette to match s hard to reach .Elvis'. Presley’s hair us actuallly in hi* hometown because of his light brown, but he has kept it ¡they will like Elvis as a "big¡will depict Army life in Germany, uays a Cluster o; ;he curious out-]black here 'brother," are all house guests in- Elvis' first post-Army record. ,'ide the iron gated and brick- Elvis had some sad moments the Presleys’ 16-room mansion. j "Stuck On You,” is a hot seller walled $ 100.000 “Graceland" man-¡during several trips he made to 1 Elvis’ middle-aged father. Ver-Sin the top 10 . NOW YOU HAVfc SEEN EVER) THING Where but at Rock Hill, could you expect to find a chest with the rare dimensions of my w x 60 " h x 10" 0? We present this line example of workmanship to give you wmi idea of the scope of our selections... fulfilling every decorating whim. In richly grained hand' rubbed pine, $109. Hospitals Threatened Baseball Park Is Destroyed Bv Fire Singer Killed EDDIE COCHRAN Bodv To Be Tme Furniture Affordable! ROCKMILL c'STrvr J MEMPHIS, Tenn, (I’PI* — Aikets to the lawn of the hospital, roaring fire destroyed a minor?Some were placed in automobiles ¡league baseball park here last!at the hospital parking lot until night forcing the removal of hun- the danger was over, jdreds of frightened patients from; Sh(l|, of Twistpd stpi>i I two nearbv hospitals threatened; ‘ ' i • f h > Hli 7 P Husswood Park, home of the j ‘ '. 1 Memphis Chicks of the Southern i Noi .vericui' uijui les wei e i epoi t-j j\ssocjation> was just a shell of , ed but about a dozen fuemrn ^wisted steel, charred and smoul- uere o\eicome by smoke in the (j^rjng pjins early today following two-hour battle to get the flamesfive-alarm blaze that raced under control at Russwood Park trough the 39-year-old structure. During the height of the blaze.] xhe fire broke out shortly after ; *>8 newborn babiest including 2113 p m. e s.t yesterday, several premature infants, were taken outpours after the Cleveland Indians : of the nursfcry at John Gaston jan(| chicaso White Sox played ani w Hospital and passed down the i evhibition game. I stairs by a human chain of doc-! intense heat from the holo-: ¥ 7^1 fill ¥ T O tors, nurses and internes The in-|caust shattered more than fiOO T IOWM I ft I l 1 fants and all the patient in the, vvmdovvs in the 12-storv Baptist maternity ward were safely taken ‘ Hospital across the street from to another section of the building, i the ball park, and the John Gas- A large number of patients ¡ton City Hospital down the street, were taken in their pajamas, The fire was fanned by winds bathrobes and wrapped in blan-mp to 25 miles an hour. However. . ........ ■ -a firemen said a sudden shift in the wind helped bring the blaze under control. Small Buildings Destroyed Approximately 300 of the 1.500 patients in the two hospitals were removed when smoke and cinders DAR Opens 69th Annual Session Tonight WASHINGTON <UPI> - The | Daughters of the American Revolution <DAR) open their 69th annual Continental Congress to! night. They will receive a mes- Isase from President Eisenhower. I A colorful procession to Constitution Hall will begin the five- day session, marked by an opening address by American Legion ¡Commander Martin B McKneal- jly of Newburg, N. V.. speaking ¡on "America, its opportunities and responsibilities." The daughters will consider 20 resolutions during the meeting, ranging from coexistence and disarmament, television and radio, food and drug additives. Air ¡Force manuals and students’ loyalty oaths to pornographic literature. Mrs. Ashmead White of Lubec. Maine, president general of the DAR, will preside WOMEN WANTED aruf c/ ~ FOR SPARE-TIME U.S. ROUTE ~lf LANGHORNE, PA. (f • ’>/ American & Contemporary) Quarter Mile from Speedway SKyline 7-51 IS U.S. ROUTE it 130, LEViTTOWN, NJ. (Our Karlii American Shop) Half Mi te South oi levittown fxfoibtt Center DUdtey 7 2050 DELIVERY ARRANGED ANYWHERE TERMS TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS Browsing Hours: Noon to 9 P.M.,Tues. & Sat. 9 to 5 Pj began pouring through the broken j windows and touched off a num- | ber of small fires. * Doctors and hospital employes training for Practical Nurses. The , use(j wa]j fjre extinguishers to critical shortage of Nurses creates ¡j carpets in the main lobby a demand for tra.ned help m hos- c0rridors that Caught fire, pita s, convalescent homes, pri- I J .. ,. va*e duty etc I Several small office buildings va e J were destroyed when the grand- Women, with or without a high I roof of the ball park COl- 2 school background are eligible * Short, spare time inexpensive train J ing program with Diploma from * State Licensed School, and free J placement se/vice at graduation. 1 April classes now forming Call 2 CE 6-8111 today, for details, or 4 write Philadelphia School of Prac* j tical Nursing, 1704 N. Broad St., J Philadelphia 21, Pa., Dept, LT-4- No obligation, of course. j 18-60. S -------- lapsed The wind-whipped flames started a number of fires within a half-mile radius of the stadium. The damage was estimated at | about $500.000. -The ball park was j renovated several years ago at a cost of $250.000. Eleven stores were badly damaged or destroyed. and some 40 automobiles ( were either damaged or destroyed by falling timbers and cinders. Free! Priies during Lovable Week Come in today, put your entry blank in with no obligation. Win 1st Prize Portable Stereo Set. 2nd Prize - $25 Lovable wardrobe. Also: Daily prizes of two lovable bras Lovable features all the advantages of much higher priced garments at purse pleasing prices. ri FOR SUB-TEENS convertible LOVA BLE’s zip -front “Little-Bare’ frith high-fashion low-back If you’re a sub-teen you’ll be wild about this terrific new beglnnners bra styled by Lovable. Style # 390 , makes the most of young "just developing" figures. Powder puff soft batiste lined “Ringlet"'stitched cups, with cotton and lastex band, are the key to this bra's gentle control and perfect comfort. Snow White AA 28-34 A 30-36 "They Do Sell Nice .............-............................... ——— ■■■■■ i ^.. Lacy, lovely and oh so flattering. Foam-contoured cups, airy-light lastex panels shape you prettily. Lace over satin front and back panels make you look and feel so elegant. You’ll love being in fashion in “LITTLE BARE”. Ask for Lovable Style #688. it costs so little to look Lovable Corset Dept. — Main Floor Things At Yards" BATH. England (lTPI> - The body of young American rock and roil singer Eddie Cochran probably will be flown back to the United States Wednesday, his manager said today Cochran, 21 . was riding to London Airport to catch a plane home to Buena Park. Calif., Saturday night when his hired car smashed against a lamp post. He was hurled to the pavement with his guitar. He died in a Bath hospital yesterday without regaining consciousness. The accident came after one of the most enthusiastic receptions of his short career, climaxing a 12 -week tour of Britain, of the expected 4.500 delegates and alternates. His manager. Norman Riley, said there probably would be an inquest Tuesday. Also injured in the crash were fellow rock and roll star Gene Vincent, 22 , of Vancouver, Wash., and a song writing friend from Los Angeles. Sharron Sheeley, 20 . Doctors said Miss Sheeley suffered back and pelvic injuries and Vincent "minor injuries.” Cochran had recorded two golden (million seller) records. They were “C’mon Everybody” and “Summertime Blues.” HEAR EVERYTHING! CORDLESS HEARING AIDS SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES HOME DEMONSTRATION FIDELITY HEARING CENTER 130 W State St., Trentor. EX 3-2031 Did V ou - QerreR Pnoitcnou at ¿owe* C ost ? We said you’ll be in dover with one oi our Homeowner's policies! Think oi it! Your home, your personal property, your earnings and savings tre all protected under this package policy that covers more than twenty serious types of loss. Yes, yon’ll be out of the rough when you get this top-ftight insurance protection. Alfred AMERICAN MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company Home OflR<e: Wakefield, Moss. Local Office: 2240 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tel No.: Locust 4-3335 For Complete Details Call: A. N. BRADLEY OR 3-2116 RHYfTIES 0FREH5011 WvuLz MuHc Herman & George BOV AND MAN I'VE SAILED THE SEA MOST EVERY PORT'S BEEN! ------------------s ©UT TAKE MY WORD TOR * KfS SHOP AT SCHAAF'S CHAAF’S UNITY SUPER MARKET Midway. Shopping Center at Route 413 Levittown, Ijfa. POMEROY’S Post - Easter Clearance! 20% to 50% OFF w tallies €«otf * Latest Fashion Dresses * Ladies' Suits Hew, *prl»9 Millinery * Woman's Fashion Shoes * Girl's Apparel and Accessories 4 Boy's Apparel and Accessories Now is your chanc* to scoop magnificent savings during our gigantic Post-Easter Clearance Sal#! R»member . . . you can budget your purchase to please your purse . . j just open a Pom- •roy'* Revolving Charge Account to add life to your budget 8e an Early Bird because quan- tti»** are limited. Shop tonight till 9 p.m. . outfit yourself and your family at great saving« pure woe I top fashion coats original!y $35 to 39.95 *25 i'aur forofit® silhouettes in your favorite fooit of Hie-town celorv. Eoch coot ii o fo«hion newsmoWcr. iunior and mittet sitôt, Pomeroy » Coot Solon —- First Floor ladies' casual and sport shoes regularly 7.98-9.98 3.99 Casual shoos and loafer* from our most famous maker. Choose high, low we'dgics or »port heel styles Idool sport about shoes for lummer. Poniaroyt Fashion Shoes-— First Floor Pomeroy's, Route 13 J* levittown Parkway, Free Parking for Over 6,000 Cars!

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 16,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free