January 7, 1995 |
An out-of-control BMW crunched the garage and patio of Joseph Savoca's home in Lower Makefield, Bucks County, police said yesterday. They said the driver, Shirley D. Haverson of Lower Makefield, a friend of Savoca's, was treated at Delaware Valley Medical Center (Langhorne) and released.
September 5, 1991 |
Caped and masked, the Adult Mutant Recycle Man tells a crowd about what can and cannot be recycled. His presentation was part of a fund-raising event for B-PURE, Bucks People United to Restore the Environment. The event took place at Flamingo's Frozen Yogurt in Langhorne on Aug. 27.
May 10, 1990 |
IN THE AIR, as in the sea, it takes a firm hand and lots of line to control a great shark. Frank Hoch of Yardley did his best Saturday, as he flew his Taiwanese contraption during the Kite Day at Core Creek Park in Langhorne.
April 23, 1992 |
Seven-year-old B.J. Goodwin of Langhorne was among the crowd at Neshaminy High last week that came to be entertained by Ronald McDonald and a basketball exhibition by Philadelphia Eagles football players. The event was to raise money for handicapped children.
May 25, 1990 |
In an era when men walked on the moon, Ernest H. Buehl still carried in his wallet his original pilot's license, No. 824, issued in the 1920s, that was signed by Orville Wright. Mr. Buehl, known as "The Flying Dutchman," was a local aviation pioneer who in 1920 flew on the first coast-to-coast U.S. air mail flight from New York City to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mr. Buehl, who ran a flight training school for more than 30 years that trained thousands of military and civilian pilots, died Wednesday at St. Mary Hospital in Langhorne.