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                                                                                                        Croydon man angered by plans
                                                                                                        to build townhouses near his home
                                                                                                  By Patricia Aiman                                Bucks Habitat saw a good op-         The median family income in
                                                                                                     Robert Tryon, who lives in                 portunity to do its humanitar-       Bucks in 2006 was $70,000 and
                                                                                                  Croydon has reportedly com-                   ian work.                            Habitat-eligible families must
                                                                                                  plained when he heard of plans to                The nonprofit showed              earn much less than that.
                                                                                                  put people near his well-kept                 sketches of its plans to the town-      Moreover, Young pointed out,
                                                                                                  property. He was certain his                  ship council to review. Although     they have had to work or live in
                                                                                                  neighbors would join his protest.             the council met on August 22, it     Bucks for at least one year and
                                                                                                     Tryon’s anger flared when he               did not make any decisions.          have a stable income and satis-
                                                                                                  heard an announcement that                       It will take a majority vote      factory credit history.
                                                                                                  Bucks Habitat is planning to build            from the council before any             But this is not to be confused
                                                                                                  36 townhouses at the former                   clearing and digging begins.         with any kind of handout or wel-
                                                                                                                                                   Tryon was quoted, ”I’ve made      fare. Those who want the new
                                                                                                  Miller Trailer Park in Croydon.
                                                                                                                                                improvements to my house (on         houses have to contribute at least
                                                                                                     The land in question, the former
                                                                                                                                                Sycamore Avenue) because it          350 hours of sweat equity to get
                                                                                                  Miller Trailer Park, was taken over           was said that this trailer park      a new living environment, per-
                                                                                                  by Highland Realty, which had                 was going to be rebuilt for se-      forming manual labor on the ac-
                                                                                                  secured permission to build a se-             niors and young people from the      tual building, or taking classes in
                                                                                                  ries of row houses on Cedar Av-               city.” He added that he heard the    home maintenance and personal
                                                                                                  enue                                          Croydon train station was going      finance or handling volunteer
                                                                                                     The mobile home park resi-                 to be renovated as well.             work somewhere else in the
  The 43rd annual Polish-American Festival will be held August 30, 31, and September 1, 6, 7 from dents were evicted, their living                 Responding to Tryon’s objec-      community.
noon till 8 p.m., at the national Srine of Our Ladyof Czestochowa, 645 Ferry Road, Doylestown. quarters torn down and Highland                  tions, Andrew Young, Executive          As our papers have noted in
The Shrine’s own Polanie Players will present the legends, traditions and stories of Poland. Meet Realty was said to walk away                  Director of Habitat, attempted       several articles, Bucks Habitat
Queen Wanda, and other characters from Polish History and Folklore.                               from the deal, leaving a vacant lot.          to set the record straight.          enjoys a sound reputation not
                                                                                                                                                   He explained that some            only in Bucks but in all the areas
Michener Museum marks anniversary with children’s art exhibit                                                                                   26,000 people are living in sub-
                                                                                                                                                standard conditions in Bucks
                                                                                                                                                                                     it serves within our circulation
                                                                     During three exhibits each year,      The works on display show-           County because of the high costs        For instance, the houses go-
                                                                  the James A. Michener Art Mu-         case both representational and          of food, rent and health care.       ing up currently in North Hills,
                                                                  seum Children’s Gallery show-         abstract subjects through a wide           Families are living in base-      through Habitat assisted by a
                                                                  cases striking examples of art        range of materials including mixed      ments or crowded into tiny           network of contributors, church
                                                                  work created by student artists       media, photography, pastel, tem-        apartments, Young added, but         donations, altruistic organiza-
                                                                  from Bucks County, ages 3             pera, acrylics, cut paper,              those eligible for Habitat hous-     tions and businesses are process-
                                                                  through 18. As the Museum cel-        printmaking, scratchboard, pen-         ing must meet certain stan-          ing well, and those already over
                                                                  ebrates its 20th anniversary this     cil and conte crayon.                   dards in order to get a house        on Linden Avenue have been ac-
                                                                  September, Best of Show: Selec-          Sherman adds: “There are times       which, in this particular case,      cepted well not only by the im-
                                                                  tions from the Children’s Gallery     you can look at a body of work          could be sold at cost for $115-      mediate neighbors but by the
                                                                  returns over 50 pieces of             created by an artist as young as        $132,000.                            community at large.
                                                                  children’s art to the Museum’s        three years old, and it is apparent
                                                                  Doylestown location. This spe-        that they have already determined
                                                                  cial exhibit of premier work by       their color palette, lines and marks
                                                                  local young people is on view         and composition preferences.
                                                                  September 5 through 22, 2008.         Some of these kids don’t even
                                                                     The Museum hosts an open-          have their fine motor skills in place
                                                                  ing reception for Best of Show        yet, but the way they are experi-
                                                                  during the “First Friday” event       menting with the quality of line,
                                                                  on Friday, September 5, 2008          color, pattern and negative space
                                                                  from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. featuring      is really compelling.”
                                                                  refreshments, art activities and
                                                                  entertainment. The reception and            THIS WEEK
                                                                  children’s exhibition are free and
                                                                  open to the public.                    HOT ROD HOEDOWN
                                                                     “Children’s art is a direct win-      Sat., Sun., Sept. 6, 7
                                                                  dow into the lives of young
                                                                  people, shared in a wonderfully         POLISH AMERICAN
                                                                  generous manner,” explains Susan              FESTIVAL
                                                                                                           FOLK FESTIVAL
                                                                  Sherman, the Museum’s                   Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1, 6, 7
                                                                  Children’s Gallery Coordinator.
                                                                  “Their work expresses joy, isola-        SHRINER’S RODEO
                                                                  tion, wonder, humor, confusion                Sept. 12, 13, 14
“Giraffe’s Can’t Dance” by Sarah Haff, Age 8 will be on view at and affection. In an open and           ANTIQUE FARM &                             Roger Caine (right), outgoing President of the Rotary Club of
the James A. Michener Art Museum Children’s Gallery.              uncontrived way, children inter-                                              Bensalem, is recognized for his leadership during the past year.
  The special exhibit of art by local young people will be at the pret the things they care about
                                                                                                         POWER SHOW                             Leading the applause at Bensalem Rotary’s annual dinner is newly-
museum from Sept. 5 through Sept. 22.                             and the way they see the world.”              Sept. 12, 13, 14                installed President James Jones..
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West Nile Virus infected mosquitos are target of night spraying airplanes
By Patricia Aiman                      256 cases of West Nile have been       in Bristol Township, but others     saulted, resulting in encephalitis,      Moreover, this chemical is em-    precautions are necessary for
   Early morning TV on                 in the Philadelphia region and, as     have been reported in Tyler State   an inflammation of the brain and      ployed to control flying (fleas)     pools, according to the DEP.
Wednesday noted that for the           of Tuesday August 25, Bucks            Park, Newtown Township,             other neurological difficulties.      or crawling (ants, roaches) bugs        So, weather permitting take-
first time, Philadelphia will be       County recorded 52 positive            Bensalem, New Hope, War-               Spraying to prevent such ca-       in houses, food service compa-       off, small aircraft will seen over-
sending night flights to spray         samples – 51 insects and a dead        rington and Warwick.                lamities is considered the right      nies, greenhouses, and indoor        head in our areas, about 300 feet
pesticides to reduce West Nile         bird – more than the 41 positives         July through September are       thing to do, since the spray used,    landscapes because of its low tox-   up, sending fumes of
virus-infected mosquitos.              for last year. Montgomery              peak months in our region.          Resmethrin, is considered safe by     icity rate.                          Resmethrin through the sky, in
   The city region, reportedly,        County reported 32 positives.             When contracting this virus, a   the EPA and not detrimental to           It dissolves rather quickly in    the amount of one-third a tea-
has experienced the highest               Most of the positives, the          person’s nervous system is as-      either ponds or plant life.           water and sunlight so no special     spoon per acre.
rates among mosquitos in nine          DEP continued, have been seen
years so the state has authorized
planes to spread pesticides over       School exams tested
141,000 acres.                         to find if they are as
   Spraying commenced in               tough as PSSA’S
Philadelphia and Bucks County
                                          Somewhat skeptical about the
August 27 and on Tuesday,              validity of local graduation tests,
August 25, spraying took place         Commonwealth education offi-
in Montgomery and Delaware             cials took matters into their own
Counties.                              hands.
   However, the TV news re-               The state’s 501 school dis-
ported that protests were heard        tricts were asked for samples of
from a number of residents in          local reading, math and writing
those areas, but their concerns        exams given last year to the Class
were mollified by the                  of 2008 students as alternatives
Commonwealth’s Department              to the state’s standardized tests
of Environmental Protection.           for 11th graders.
Nevertheless, the media advised           Now, for the coming several
children and pregnant women to         months, results will be analyzed
stay indoors, avoiding exposure        to determine if local tests are as
during spraying and for 30 min-        tough as those administered by
utes afterward.                        the Pennsylvania System of
   More than 56,000 acres              School Assessment (PSSA).
across 22 towns in Bucks and              This could put a conclusion to
                                       the continuing debate over
eastern Montgomery County
                                       whether high school students
were sprayed, according to of-         should have to pass a battery of
ficials at Pennsylvania DEP.           state final exams in order to gradu-
   Specifically, aerial spraying       ate.
targeted Bensalem, Bristol                Meanwhile, legislators have
Township, Falls, Hulmeville,           forced the educational depart-
Langhorne, Langhorne Manor,            ment to halt its drive to mandate
Lower             Southampton,         such statewide testing.
Middletown,            Newtown,           Advocates for statewide stan-
Newtown               Township,        dard testing argued that some kids
Northampton,             Penndel,      were receiving empty diplomas,
Tulllytown, Upper Southamp-            being passed along without ac-
ton,       Warminster          and     tual credentials.
Wrightstown.                           This conflict has been raging over
   Eastern         Montgomery          whether the state or local school
County locales include                 board has the final decision over
Abington, Bryn Athyn, Hat-             who graduates and how.
boro, Lower and Upper                     Years ago, there was an as-
Moreland.                              sumption that if a student spends
                                       enough time in classes he or she
   Like it or not, aerial treatment
                                       would learn.
with pesticides is necessary when         But, in the 1990’S,under Gov-
five of every 1,000 mosquitos test     ernor Tom Ridge, the emphasis
positive for the West Nile virus,      shifted over to measuring the
medical officials agree.               student’s knowledge and a state-
   Bucks County has been cited         wide test was introduced. This
as having the highest infection        push for testing was heightened
rate among four counties tested,       by the No Child Left Behind Act
with 11.4 of every 1,000 mos-          of 2002.
quitos testing positive for the flu.      Current graduation require-
   Last year’s rate was just 2.9       ments took root in the 2002-03
infected mosquitos, noted              school years.
Deborah Fries, spokeswoman                Now, Governor Ed Rendell has
for the DEP.                           gotten into the act, concerned
   Bucks’ infection rate has now       about the state’s ability to verify
reached its peak since 2003            that local tests were really
when 12.4 of 1,000 mosquitos           equivalent to the PSSA, reported
were infected, and 15 residents        Pennsylvania Education Secre-
were hit with the life-threaten-       tary Gerald Zahorchak.
                                          To solve the dilemma, in 2005
ing disease.
                                       the State Board of Education
   This year a Montgomery              proposed that the state be al-
County woman is the first re-          lowed to certify yearly that local
ported case of the virus, which        exams were comparable to the
mosquitos transmit to birds, ani-      PSSA and maybe passing the
mals and humans. She will sur-         PSSA a graduation condition in
vive, according to DEP officials.      districts where the passing rates
   Statistically, so far this year     were much lower for the state
nearly 70 percent of the state’s       test than the local exam.
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                      31st Annual
 Antique Power and Equipment Show
                                                                                    2,000 Expected to come together
                                presented by the                                    to step out: Walk to Fight Diabetes
                  Delaware Valley Old Time Power                                       Join the fight against diabetes    that should alert people to
                    and Equipment Association                                       by teaming up with the 2,000 area     quickly take steps to avoid get-
                             Sept. 12, 13, 14, 2008                                 residents who are expected to         ting diabetes, such as eating
     Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville, New Jersey                         come together on Saturday, Oct.       healthier, exercising regularly, and
                    Featuring: FORD tractors                                        4 at the Philadelphia Museum of       reducing stress.
                  and CATERPILLAR equipment                                         Art to raise money and aware-            Diabetes takes a devastating
 All exhibitors welcome! ~ No Fee ~ Set up day Sept. 11, 2008                       ness for Step Out: Walk to Fight      toll on the Philadelphia area.
       Antique Farm Tractors, Engines, Cars and Trucks                              Diabetes presented by Indepen-        About 11 percent, or one in nine
   Flea Market and Crafts ~ Parades ~ Pedal Tractor Pulls                           dence Blue Cross.                     people here, have diabetes —
     Wood Working Displays ~ Limited Camping w/Engines
   Working Farm and Construction Equipment ~ Hay Rides                                 This 5K walk of the American       nearly three percent higher than
  Blacksmith Demonstration ~ Primitive Camping on grounds                           Diabetes Association (ADA) will       the national average. The sev-
 Food and Beverages on site ~ Breakfast served Sat. & Sun.                          begin and end at the famous steps     enth leading cause of death by
                     Alcoholic drinks are not permitted in the park
    Show grounds are located off Church Road in Washington                          of the Philadelphia Museum of         disease in the U.S., diabetes may
             Crossing State Park, Titusville, NJ.                                   Art. Walkers will start off at 9:30   lead to serious, life-threatening,
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                                                                                    improve the lives of all people       12,000 Pennsylvanians die each
                Delaware Valley Old Time Power
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  Polish warriors, WWII re-enactors, midway ride, stage shows,
  music, dancing, ethnic American foods at Czestochowa Festival
  The 43rd Annual Polish-American Festival will be held Aug 30, Lady of Czestochowa, 645 Ferry Road, Doylestown. A number of of Warsaw,” dramatize the Winged Hussars dressed in the armor of
31, & Sep 1, 6, 7 from noon till 8 p.m., at the National Shrine of Our photos showing some of the 50 participants in “The Historic Siege Polish warriors at this event.

                                                                                                                                                Over 40 members of the famed Polish American String Band will
                                                                                                                                             parade and play as they entertain visitors during the 5-day festival.
                                                                                                                                             You’ve enjoyed them on Broad Street as a highlight of the Mummer’s
                                                                                                                                             January strut up Broad Street... see them close up, in person, in
                                                                                                                                             their great regalia.
                                                                     Pierogi, potato placki, grilled kielbasa, golabki, hot dogs, pizza,
   See demonstrations on how to decorate Easter Eggs (Pisanki),
                                                                   chicken, hoagies, Polish ice, funnel cakes, Polish fries... and many
how to make wine, kapusta (sauerkraut), wood carving by Polish
                                                                   more Polish foods will be offered at the festival.
Gorale (Highlanders) plus other interesting exhibits and presenta-
tions, including Polish Warriors from the 16th-20th Centuries.

                                                                                                                                                Natalie Kozdra (center) of Doylestown is seen dressed in an au-
                                                                                                                                             thentic Polish costume from the province of Rzeszow in Southern
                                                                                                                                             Poland. Her girlfriends complete the pretty picture of Polish Scouts
                                                                                                                                             who will also be doing traditional singing and dancing at the Festival.

   The Shrine’s own Polanie Players will present the legends, tradi-
tions and stories of Poland. Meet Queen Wanda, and other charac-
                                                                          New midway rides such as this carousel are designed to be en-
ters from Polish History & Folklore.
                                                                       joyed by the youngest visitors. These rides have unlimited entrance
                                                                       all day long.

   The original grotto in France is known for the vision of the Virgin
Mary and her intercession in health and family problems. Although                                                                               Astride his horse for a tour of the grounds at the Polish-American
you can go to Lourdes, there is a new grotto at the Polish Shrine.                                                                           Festival which will be held Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1, 6, 7 from noon till
Light a candle at the grotto as did Joseph and Susan Bannon of Ft.                                                                           8 p.m., is a “Winged Hussar” (a traditional Polish warrior) ready to
Lee, NJ. There is also the original Barn Chapel bought 50 years ago       Enjoy spinning up and down on this new midway ride, the Ferris     do battle with the Swedish forces that stand against him at Warsaw,
by Father Michael. Tour the new buildings and the old when you wheel. This new ride is fun for the whole family and is available             Poland. The festival will be held at the National Shrine of Our Lady
visit Czestochowa.                                                     throughtout the whole festival.                                       of Czestochowa, 645 Ferry Road Doylestown.
                                                                                                               THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2008 Bucks County TRIBUNE page 6

                                                                                                                        by Richie Curlett
                                                                                                                                                                              b                                BLACKBOARD
                                                                                                                           SONIC America’s Drive-In,
                                                                                                                        family restaurant, 1525 Street Rd.
                                                                                                                        at Essex Dr., Bensalem, has                                 Greek specialties foods
                                                                                                                        opened with                                       Many fresh fish, beef, chicken, pork, shellfish
                                                                                                                        Bensalem’s          Mayor       Joe
                                                                                                                        DiGirolamo in attendance for a rib-                    items just in, we feature the freshest
                                                                                                                        bon cutting ceremony August 25                     Suburban Diner & Restaurant
                                                                                                                        as TV and newsprint photogra-                               Bustleton Pike & Street Road • Feasterville
                                                                                                                        phers recorded the event.                                                  215-355-0155
                                                                                                                           The new, state of the art family
                                                                                                                        fun eatery features 25 nostalgic                      DAILY & SUNDAY — Open 24 Hours
                                                                                                                        drive-in slots, under a canopy,
                                                                                                                                                                                         Super Values In Our
                                                                                                                        where waitresses on skates roll-
                                                                                                                        up and take your order.
                                                                                                                           Sonic’s comfort food and ac-
      Seen above Sonic’s Street Fd. facility with the latest state of the art cooking facilities at the commodating corporate trained                                                    $1,000,000 annual
25 car drive-in slots for instant in car service. Open at 7 a.m. it is the first of three area Sonics servers are supersonic.
to open.                                                                                                                   In addition to the drive-in spots
                                                                                                                        there are eight tables under a
                                                                                                                                                                                             Diamond Sale
SHERIFF’S REAL ESTATE SALE                                                                                              canopy in the front of the build-                     Engagement & Wedding Rings
               ADVERTISING                                                                                              ing which functions as the                            Brooches - Pendants- Earrings
 By virtue of a Writ of Execution No. 1999-03582-                                                                       kitchen.                                                  Bracelets - Necklaces
 20-1 to me directed, will be sold at public sale                                                                          The illustrated, full-colored
 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008 at 11 o’clock
                                                                                                                        handout menu lists a breakfast                         Graduation & Wedding Gifts
 A.M. prevailing time, at the James Lorah Audi-
 torium located at the corner of Broad and Main
 Streets in the Borough of Doylestown, Bucks
 County, Pa., the following real estate to wit:
                                                                                                                        burrito ($1.99) filled with a choice
                                                                                                                        of sausage, bacon or ham; a Break-                        SELECT JEWELERS
    ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                                                                             fast Toaster ($2.59) with sausage,              Bucks Crossing (next to Value City) Bustleton Pike & Street
 with the buildings and improvements thereon
                                                                                                                        bacon, ham and egg on thick Texas                                               Road, Feasterville
 erected, Situate in Lower Southampton Town-
 ship, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, described
 according to a “Plan of Section No. II of
                                                                                                                        toast and French toast sticks
                                                                                                                                                                                                 (215) 355-0555
 Pinecrest Farms,” dated February 4th A.D.,
 1954 made by Pickering, Corts and                                                                                         The 100 percent pure beef

 Summerson, Civil Engineers and Surveyors of                                                                            Sonic burger ($3.09) is made to
 Woodbourne, Pennsylvania, as follows, to wit:
 TAX PARCEL NO.: 21-15-110                                                                                              order with lettuce, tomato, onion
 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1320 WEST PINE                                                                                       and dill pickle; the Supersonic
                                                                                                                        jalapeno cheeseburger ($4.19) is
 The improvements are: RESIDENTIAL
                                                       Seen at the ribbon cutting of the new Sonic - America’s Family made with double meat, double
                                                                                                                        cheese, jalapenos, mustard and
 TO ALL PARTIES IN INTEREST AND Drive In, 1525 Street Rd., at Essex Drive, Bensalem which was held                                                                          Be a Star and Shine! Every Friday Night 9:30 PM
 CLAIMANTS:                                                                                                             lettuce and a Jr. Burger ($1.09) is
 A schedule of distribution will be filed by the
                                                    Monday, August 25.                                                  also on the wallet friendly menu.
 Sheriff within thirty days of date of sale and the    Seen at left Bensalem Mayor Joe DiGirolamo, with Patrick, mgr.                                                                                                 Located inside the
 distribution will be made in accordance with                                                                              The menu also lists a grilled
 the schedule unless exception are filed thereto and Jamie Lim, owner and their staff. Complete with 25 car drive in    chicken sandwich ($3.89); corn
 within ten days thereafter. Judgement was re- slots for “Supersonic” drive in fast food service.
 covered in the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks
                                                                                                                        dog ($1.19); onion rings ($1.89)
 County Civil Action-as numbered above. No                                                                              and eight sandwich combos which
 further notice of the filing of the Schedule of
 Distribution will be given.
                                                      SHERIFF’S REAL ESTATE SALE
                                                                                                        Welcome to      includes potato tots, fries and a
                                                                                                                        soft drink ($39 to $6.79).
                                                                                                                                                                                100 E. Street Road, Feasterville
 Seized and taken in execution as the property of
 ROBERT MAGILL, JR., PATRICIA MAGILL By virtue of a Writ of Execution No. 2008-02247-                                      The delicious desserts includes                                     (215) 322-7755
 and to be sold by                                  28-1 to me directed, will be sold at public sale
 Edward J. Donnelly, Sheriff                        FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008 at 11 o’clock A.M.                       banana splits; floats; shakes, fruit             Presented by Lifeline Productions (215) 741-3858 -
 DANIEL G. SCHMIEG                                  prevailing time, at the James Lorah Auditorium                      smoothies and sundaes.                                                      Karaoke, DJ, Videography
 Attorney For The Plaintiff                         located at the corner of Broad and Main Streets in
              08/21/2008 08/28/2008 09/04/2008 the Borough of Doylestown, Bucks County, Pa.,
                                                                                                                           A novel menu item is the soft
                                                                                                                        drink and slushes Happy Hour

                                                    the following real estate to wit:
                                                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                          which offers the beverages for
                                                    with the buildings and improvements thereon
              ADVERTISING                                                                                               price everyday from 2 to 4 p.m..
                                                    erected, Situate in the Township of Upper
By virtue of a Writ of Execution No. 2007-07992- Southampton, County of Bucks and State of Penn-
                                                                                                       Sundaes ★ Floats Dinner with gift cards; (215) 244-
32-1 to me directed, will be sold at public sale sylvania, and described according to a Suvey and       Shakes & Malts  0818.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2008 at 11 o’clock Plan thereof, made by Edward Pickering, 3rd reg-
A.M. prevailing time, at the James Lorah Audi-       istered Surveyor of Woodbourne, PA, on 12/10/              Java Chillers                  WANTED TO
torium located at the corner of Broad and Main       1948 and revised on 1/29/1949, as follows
Streets in the Borough of Doylestown, Bucks
County, Pa., the following real estate to wit:
                                                     ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of ground, Situate • in
                                                     Upper Southampton Township, Bucks County,
                                                                                                                 Sonic Blast                     BUY                               See today’s news pages
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land lo-
cated in the Township of Lower Southampton,
                                                     Pennsylvania, According to a Survey and Plan,
                                                     made thereof by Pickering, Corts & Summerson,
                                                                                                                   BREAKFAST                  We Buy                             Super values on every page
                                                                                                                                                                                    Email us your important news
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of Penn-            Civil Engineers and Surveyors, Woodbourne Road,
sylvania.                                            R.D. #1, Langhorne, PA.                                                                 OLD GOLD
TAX PARCEL #21-019-015-011
41 West Endfield Rd.
                                                     Tax Parcel #48-21-64 and Tax Parcel #48-21-60-
                                                     2                                                         Medium & Large
                                                                                                                                             Select Jewelers                       meetings - speakers - key topics
                                                                                                                                              (next to Value City)
                                                                                                                                                                                   Still time to get great sale values!
Feasterville-Trevose PA, 19053                       742 Gravel Hill Rd., Southampton, PA 18966
The improvements are: SINGLE FAMILY RESI-            The improvements are: RESIDENTIAL DWELL-                       Combos
DENTIAL DWELLING                                     ING
                                                                                                               Burgers ★ Chicken           105 E. Street Rd.
                                                     TO ALL PARTIES IN INTEREST AND CLAIM-
                                                     ANTS:                                                       Salad & Wraps                Feasterville                 Email:
A schedule of distribution will be filed by the
Sheriff within thirty days of date of sale and the
                                                     A schedule of distribution will be filed by the Sher-
                                                     iff within thirty days of date of sale and the distri-      Kids’ Meals +            215-355-0555            
distribution will be made in accordance with the     bution will be made in accordance with the sched-
schedule unless exception are filed thereto within   ule unless exception are filed thereto within ten             Gift Cards                ANNIVERSARY

                                                                                                                                                                         W WEBSITE
ten days thereafter. Judgement was recovered
in the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County
                                                     days thereafter. Judgement was recovered in the
                                                     Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County Civil                 Just opening at                SALE
Civil Action-as numbered above. No further no-       Action-as numbered above. No further notice of                                            20 TO 70% off
tice of the filing of the Schedule of Distribution   the filing of the Schedule of Distribution will be        1525 Street Rd.                    Manufacturing
will be given.                                       given.                                                                                                                               Call us for FAST service, quick
Seized and taken in execution as the property of     Seized and taken in execution as the property of            Bensalem                        Shop on Premises                appointments, the right advice 215-672-3220. Don’t
THODORE GOLDEN, ADRIANE SWENSON                      KANCHANA JAYAWARDANA                                       at corner Essex Dr.
and to be sold by                                    and to be sold by                                                                                                                miss super sales values on our web site
Edward J. Donnelly, Sheriff                          Edward J. Donnelly, Sheriff                              (Ph) 215-244-0818                          Watch Repair
Attorney For The Plaintiff
                                                     CHRISTOPHER A. DENARDO
                                                     Attorney For The Plaintiff                               (Fx) 215-244-0821           $$
               08/21/2008 08/28/2008 09/04/2008      08/21/2008 08/28/2008 09/04/2008
                                                                                                                       THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2008 Bucks County TRIBUNE page 7


       COLUMBIA                                  UNION                       POTTER COUNTY                        PERSONALS                    UNFURNISHED                         STORE
        COUNTY                                  COUNTY                                                                                         APARTMENTS                         FOR RENT
                                                                          VERY SECLUDED 6 1/2 acre            “ATTRACTIVE AMATEUR
2-Story Brick, Attic, Basement,      FOREST HILL on Walbash               mountain camp with view. 2                                           ABOUT TO MOVE?              MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                     ESCORTS”                 NESHAMINY VALLEY AREA
3BR, 2Ba, Den, Family                Rd., just off Route 192.             bedrooms,        completely       Internet Models, Aerobics                                      - Approx. 1,000 s.f. Retail/
Room, Large Kitchen, Up-             4 . 4 3 a c r e s . St a n d a r d   remodled, large deck, heavily     instructors, Students, Video             FREE                  office. Active shopping cen-
stairs Laundry. 3.3 Acres,           septic installed, partially          wooded. Lots of wildlife. Great   Dancers,       Receptionist,     Olympic Size Pool             ter at three corner location.
creek. 40x32 2-bay Garage,                                                snowmobiling, hunting, 4          Housewives,        Business      Jacuzzi                       Reasonable rent. Must be
                                     wooded. Borders trout
                                                                          wheeling. $69,900. 1-866-                                          Fitness Center                seen.
14x30 & 12x10 Storage                stream (Rapid Run), 2                                                  women, Waitresses, B&D.
Sheds. Paved driveway &              m i l e s t o St a t e G a m e       724-8050.             M 5/11      Over 50 girls to choose from                                         DAVID FIORI, INC.
                                                                                                                                             Digital Cable
parking. Semi-secluded, just         Lands.        3     miles      to                                      19 y/o CALL NOW!!! 215-782-                                             REALTORS
East of Milton; Lewisburg 6                                                    BUSINESS                     3030        5/30 H                1 B $989 2 B $1179                   215-757-1000
                                     Mifflinburg, close to Penn                                                                                                                                   M 8/14
miles, I-80 2 miles. $150,000        State Univ. or Bucknell,                OPPORTUNITIES                   ‘CHIPPENDALE DANCER”
                                                                                                                                              Call   215-757-5162
o.b.o. Toll-free 1-800-995-          $59,900. 570-473-9566.                                                 Hi! I’m Arnold I’m 6’2” have                                       BUSINESS
                                                                          COUNTRY STORE - for sale                                          NORTHUMBERLAND
5251 or 570-742-3979.                                      MV 10/8        in NE Penna. immediate oc-        dark brown hair and blue eyes                                     OPPORTUNITY
                                                                          cupancy. Lots of working          and a ENERGETIC &                   COUNTY
                                                                                                                                                                           RESTAURANT - Lower
                                                                                                            MUSCULAR BODY. For a
           FACE-TO-FACE                                                   equipment. Asking $225,000
                                                                          or best offer. Call for details   PRIVATE PERFORMANCE             MOUNT CARMEL TOWN-
                                                                                                                                            SHIP, 1 hour north of Har-
                                                                                                                                                                           Bucks County. Breakfast,
                                                                                                                                                                           lunch, dinner. Established
                                                                          570-934-2391. See photos          CALL NOW!!! 215-782-3030.
              SALES                                                       on Web Site:                                             5/30 H   risburg. Single 28’ X 42’,
                                                                                                                                            1876 sq. ft. Cape Cod on
                                                                                                                                                                           15 years. High traffic area.
                                                                                                                                                                           Must see.
                                                                 Check out “42EASY Hi I’m EASY”                                                     DAVID FIORI, INC.
         REPRESENTATIVES                                                  Business Opportunities/ I have long blond hair and I
                                                                                                                                            triple lot (75’ X 127’) with
                                                                                                                                            shed and paved driveway,               REALTORS
 Sure - you’re selling all the time - so you must be a                    Real Estate.           MV 6/20 have long blond hair, oops,                                             215-757-1000
                                                                                                                                            fenced on 3 sides. Stick                              M 8/14
                                                                                                          and blue eyes, and my 42EE-
 people person                                                               NORTHUMBERLAND 26-36 BODY WILL PUT YOU                         built construction by Men-
 You must be genuine and come across as thoughtful                                                                                          nonite family in 2000 on               STORE
                                                                                    COUNTY                AT EASE! So call now!! 215-
                                                                                                                                            Superior Walls. 3 bed-                FOR RENT
 of the customer…                                                                                         782-3030.
                                                                                                                                            rooms, 1 w/loft overlooking
 You’re NOT there just to take his money                                   MOUNT CARMEL TOWN-                                                                              BENSALEM - Hulmeville
                                                                                                              “A CHINESE FORTUNE            great room, 1 ¾ baths,
                                                                           SHIP, 1 hour north of Harris-                                                                   Road & Park Avenue. Reno-
 Sure you’re selling - but sometimes we can help, some                                                                COOKIE”               kitchen w/pantry and
                                                                           burg. Single 28’ X 42’, 1876                                                                    vated 1,400 s.f. Active cen-
 customers are too abrasive - just as some salespeople                                                    It is your good fortune that in   Corian countertops, laun-
                                                                           sq. ft. Cape Cod on triple lot                                                                  ter. Only one available.
                                                                                                                1 hour a young and          dry, unfinished basement,
 are too pushy, unprepared and not creative.                               (75’ X 127’) with shed and                                                                            DAVID FIORI, INC.
                                                                                                               beautiful Asian girl will    large finished closets, w/
                                                                           paved driveway, fenced on                                                                                REALTORS
 But our training - our supervision, our attitude makes                    3 sides. Stick built construc-
                                                                                                           arrive at your door. You will    w carpeting, coal heat. Par-
                                                                                                             call her MYOSHI and she                                              215-757-1000
 you a salesperson who is welcomed by your accounts.                       tion by Mennonite family in                                      tially furnished, window                               M 8/21
                                                                                                            will grant your wishes. So      treatments included. Ask-
 You end up with a regular clientele list to which you                     2000 on Superior Walls. 3                                                                              LYCOMING
                                                                                                             GO!! GRAB THE PHONE
                                                                           bedrooms, 1 w/loft over-                                         ing $150,000.00 570-339-
 are always adding.                                                        looking great room, 1 ¾
                                                                                                                      AND DIAL                                                     COUNTY
                                                                                                                                            2568 - leave message. See
 Selling like retailing has important seasonal aspects.                                                            215-782-3030
                                                                           baths, kitchen w/pantry                                          house photo on website         SPECTACULAR VIEWS
                                                                                                                  GO!! CALL NOW!!
 We help you see these and deal appropriately.                             and Corian countertops,                                          await you off of the wrap-
                                                                           laundry, unfinished base-                                                                       around porch at this 3,000
                           Call Matt                                       ment, large finished clos-                                                                      sq. ft. charming 4 bedroom
                                                                           ets, w/w carpeting, coal
                215-672-3220                                               heat. Partially furnished,
                                                                                                                   PERSONALS                     PERSONALS                 home in Northern PA on 4
                                                                                                                                                                           acres. Many improve-
                                                                           window treatments in-                                                                           ments. Trout run, PA
                                                                           cluded.               Asking                                                                    Hunter’s paradise and low
                                                                           $150,000.00 570-339-                                                                            taxes! A must see at
                                                                           2568 - leave message.                                                                           f s b o l o c a l . c o m
                                                                           See house photo on                                                                              #HAPS0088. $279,900.
                                                                           website                                                                                         570-998-3150. MV 7/9
                                                                                                                                                                            STORE FOR RENT
                                                                                   MOUNTAIN                                                                                BENSALEM - 1,400 s.f. Re-
                                                                                                                                                                           furbished. Active Center.
                                                                          COUNTRY RETREAT - End-                                                                           Ideal for dollar store, small
                                                                          less Mountain Region, close                                                                      pharmacy, retail/office. Only
                                                                          to Montrose. 3-4 bedrooms,                                                                       one available. Rent re-
                                                                          2 baths, manicured 10                                                                            duced.
                                                                                                                                                                                DAVID FIORI, INC.
                                                                          acres, beautifully set back,
                                                                          including barn with apart-
                                                                          ment. New roof, siding, win-                                                                                            M 7/23
                                                                          dows, 2 heating systems,
                                                                          outbuilding. Secluded. The                         Latest FOOD PRICES - SUPER VALUES
                                                                          Way Life Should Be! E-mail
   Admission Includes All-Day Long                                        photos available $299,000.
     Midway rides, Stage shows,                                           570-278-9352.       MV 7/9              Job Opportunities - Local Breaking News… All on our Web Site - Every Week
      Exhibits, Special Events,
                                                                             Check our website
                                                                            for more real estate
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                                                                                             e mail us your news and ads at
           ESTATE                                                                                                                       THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2008 Bucks County TRIBUNE page 8
           NOTICE                    $500,000 Expansion is planned for Richland Library
                                     by Patricia Aiman                     published in the 18th century, are   and expansion plans have been
   Notice is Hereby Given that,
in the estate of the decedent set
                                        Established in 1788, the           in this treasure trove.              discussed for the past five years.
forth below, the Register of Wills   Richland Library Company,                Once, the library was the         They would entail the addition
has granted letters, testamen-       operating in a house on Main          town’s only law library, courtesy    of a two-story carriage house at
tary or administration, to the       Street, Quakertown, has plans to      of Levi Heacock, whose law           the rear of the building to house
persons named. All persons           expand.                               books were donated to the            archives and provide handicap
having claims against said es-          Officials are envisioning a        building after his death.            accessibility. A shed would be
tate are requested to make           $500,000 project that would              Richland was founded by           torn down to make room for

known the same to them or their      double the size of the facility and   Quakers, who donated the first       parking.
attorneys and all persons in-        make room for its archives.           volumes, becoming its first             All these changes might run
debted to said decedent are re-         The nonprofit library is said      members.                             over the $500,000 estimate, and
quested to make payment with-        to be one of the oldest                  In those early days, the          so far $86,000 has been raised
out delay, to the executors or
administrators named below.
      FESMIRE, M. EDNA.,
 dec’d. Late of Upper Southamp-
                                     repositories in the state.

                                        Originally, a lending library,
                                     Richland currently specializes in
                                                                           library was housed by the
                                                                           current librarian and only
                                                                           members could borrow books.
                                                                           But competition from the new
                                                                                                                from private contributions, grants
                                                                                                                and $300,000 from its own
                                                                                                                   Operated by a five-member,
ton Township                         local history and genealogical        Bucks County Free Library            elected board of directors, full
Executor: Jean Doan                                                                                                                                                                        Your choice of 9
                                     research, so it is open on Sunday     System, set up in the mid 20th       membership has been meeting
565 Anne Street                                                                                                                                                                               delicious
                                     mornings to accommodate               century, changed that.               each May for the past 20years
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
                                     people searching for information
                                     on their ancestors.
                                                                              Books can not be borrowed,
                                                                           but visitors can peruse them at
                                                                                                                as decreed in the charter.
                                                                                                                   Annual budget for the library                                        from $795 to $895
David P. Grau, Esquire
911 N. Easton Road,                     More than 5,000 books,             their leisure.                       is $25,000, and about $1,000 is                                          served from 11 AM to 5 AM
P.O. Box 209                         including Colonial-era church and        In 1911, Richland Library         spent each year for new
Willow Grove, PA 19090               tax records and scientific books      relocated to its present address     materials.                             HUGE Panini SANDWICHES
                                                                                                                                                     Choice of Greek Chicken Panini;
                                                                                                                                                                       $ 45
                                                                                                                                                     Special Wrap Grilled Chicken Breast;
                                                                                                                                                     Grilled Veggie Wrap; Italian Hoagie;                8      complete with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 coffee or tea
                                                                                                                                                     Pesto Chicken; Steak or Chicken Quasadillas
                                                                                                                                                     QUASADILLAS                     Served 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Mon. - Fri.
                                                                                                                                                              3 DAYS, SAT., SUN., MON.
                                                                                                                                                     Broiled FISHERMAN’S PLATTER
                                                                                                                                                     With King Alaskan Crab, Shrimp,
                                                                                                                                                     Scallops, Mussels
                                                                                                                                                     2 vegetables, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $2095 value

                                                                                                                                                     Sauteed BREAST OF CHICKEN
                                                                                                                                                     with broccoli, cooked in lite wine $                         1495
                                                                                                                                                     sauce & melted mozzarella
                                                                                                                                                     2 vegetables, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $1695 value
                                                                                                                                                     Sauteed VEAL SCALLOPINI
                                                                                                                                                     cooked in onions, peppers,                               $
                                                                                                                                                     mushrooms in Marinara sauce
                                                                                                                                                     and red wine
                                                                                                                                                     2 vegetables, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $1765 value

                                                                                                                                                     BABY BACK RIBS
                                                                                                                                                     & CHICKEN over rice
                                                                                                                                                     1 vegetable, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $1565 value
                                                                                                                                                     Fresh Caught Atlantic
                                                                     Every Tuesday                                                                   SWORDFISH
                                                                                                                                                     potato, 1 vegetable, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $1695 value

                                                                                                                                                     14 Oz. RIB EYE STEAK
                                                                                                                                                     Mushrooms & onions                                           1595
                                                                                                                                                     2 vegetables, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea $1795 value

                                                                                                                                                         FRIDAY SPECIAL 3PM - 10PM
                                                                                                                                                     BAKED SHORT RIBS                                       $
                                                                                                                                                     potato & 1 vgetable, coffee or tea $1395 value            1195
                                                                                                                                                     FISH CAKES w/Baked
                                                                                                                                                                                                               $ 45
                                                                                                                                                     macaroni & stewed tomatoes,
                                                                                                                                                     or FISH & CHIPS
                                                                                                                                                     1 vegetable, soup or salad bar, coffee or hot tea 1345 value
                                                                                                                                                                Suburban Diner
                                                                                                                                                                 & Restaurant
                                                                                                                                                              Bustleton Pike & Street Road • Feasterville
                                                                                                                                                            DAILY & SUNDAY — Open 24 Hours

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