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16 HKLAWARf; (Os .N 'li (TA .i DULY 'll.MftS Saturday, November 11, 1967 6 ACADEMY AWARDS am PICTURE OF THE YEARMI "MAN FOR All SEASONS" Color Fentures -6, 8 05, 10. TO P.M. Increosed Free Porking Sundny Evening Features — 7 15, 9:25 P.M. Special Family Matinee Sun, From 1 to 4 P.M. Soupy Soles "THE BIRDS DO IT" Also "CIRCUS RINGS AROUND THE WORLD" LAWRENCE PARK THEATRE fl ft 3 30f SPROUl ROAD • BROOM Alt FREE PARKING TOR 4000 CAR? NOW PLAYING Glamor! Speed! Spectacle! frivnifl Prix. VI SUPER PANAVtSION*AN0 METDOCOLOM ELECTRIC IN-CAR HEATERS OPEN 6:30 START 7 SUN. OPEN 5:30 START 6 ^Monster of U the year! 5>•>•:•?..>. . •if IH COLOR 0 Chiller of the year! TOE PARAMOUNT PICTURES' ft M PARAMOUNT e- _ ffil PICTURES PRESENTS VII W | mm 202 ORIVfIN IX 9-OH5 Open 6:30—Starts 7—Child Free ELECTRIC IN-CAR HEATERS HELD OVER - REG. ADM. 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TECHNICOLOR* /i STEVE ALAIMO v wiLuEMUUNO mmmimuwrnm jummi «l>g»k iimihiiigmi tuust TINICUM - The Township Commissioners has received tes timony on three petitions to have portions of streets vacated The streets involved are "paper" streets that once were approved but not constructed. The commissioners reserved decisions on the three applications. Decisions will be made at a future meeting. The Tinicum School Building Authority submitted a request jlhat a portion of First Ave., east of Seneca St., be vacated This is part of the site where the Tinicum Elementary School has been constructed. Eastern States Transportation Co., Inc. petitioned the commis sioners to vacate a portion of Carre Ave. between Powhattan Ave. and the Pennsylvania Railroad. The firm owns property on both sides of Carre Ave. at this point. It has a building on one side and wants to close the portion of street to construct another building. Four residents placed objections against the request. Joseph Young, of 232 Printz Ave., and John Gordon, of 510 Saude Ave., said the proposed loading platform would eliminate a potential grade crossing of the freight railroad track. Young said only two township roads cross the railroad, which runs parallel to the Industrial Highway and bisects the township, and described the difficulty of moving fire equipment from one section of the township to the other. Baricades form obstruction on Carre Ave. on each side of the railroad but Young said the crossing could be developed as long as the street exists. Edward Keyser, of 243 Printz Ave., objected on the basis that approval of the request would add to air pollution. H e complained that the firm allegedly handles various inflammable chemicals. Branch Manager James H. Hammon told the commissioners that the chemicals are kept at temperatures below 50 degrees centigrade and claimed that no danger of fire is involved Keyser countered that approval of the petition would cause additional noise. Melvin Jacobs, of 311 Warwick Ave., said he agreed with Keyser's complaint. Super Service Inc. requested that the township vacate portions of 5th Ave. and Seminole St. The firm did not present any reason for the request nor disclose intentions No one opposed the Super ( Service request. SENIOR CLASS PLANS PLAY The Marple Newtown High School senior class will present Federico Lorca's "Blood Wedding," a Spanish tragedy, at 8:15 p.m. Nov. 17 and 18. "The play combines Greek drama with modern theater," says director P. Jack Tkatch "We have a cast of 18 seniors, and the faculty assistants include Mrs. Margaret C. Vought, production coordinator, and Hatold Fetterman, set designer. Carolyn Thomas and Frank Murray, of the senior class, are stage managers for the production." Tickets are being sold by members of .the senior class, and will also be available at the door on the evening of the performances. Overnight Parking Denied F&M President To Speak at PMC CHESTER — The president of Franklin and Marshall Col lege, Lancaster, will speak on "Higher Education in Tomorrow's World" at 1 p.m. Wednes day at PMC Colleges' MacMor- land Center, 14th and Chestnut Sts. The speaker, Dr. Keith Spald ing, served as president's assistant and secretary of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., from 1956 to 1963. Previously, he was president's admin istrative assistant at Pennsyl vania State University, Univer sity Park. He has been president of Franklin and Marshall since 1963. GLENOLDEN — Borough council has denied a request from residents of North Llanwellyn Avenue that overnight parking be allowed on their street. The police and fire committee recommended the action and listed three reasons for turning the residents down: It said there are "adequate" facilities for the Llanwellyn Avenue residents to construct 1 driveways on their properties for overnight parking. It warned that opening any borough streets to overnight parking might lead to increased abandoned cars in Glenolden. i It said it did not believe it "fair" to grant "spot" variances to the overnight parking ordinance, and that it was considering "the whole borough", in making its decision. In other business, the building and zoning committee and the borough civil defense director reported plans for home fallout shelters are expected here by Jan. 1, 1968. They said the plans will include a report on the need for such facilities in Glenolden They also said the Delaware County civil defense office will conduct a survey of borough public "buildings to see if any would qualify as shelters. The study would examine the buildings as possible fallout shelter areas and would list what it would cost to convert j buildings that don't qualify. The board- also appointed Edwin Bates, 129 N. Scott Ave., to the board of health to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Clifford Sparks Sparks' term expires Dec. 31, 1970. Council was asked by the Glenolden Fire Co. to approve its plans to build a one - story addition to the fire house. Council appointed Councilman Edward Kerstetter to examine the plans with the building inspector. Sidewalk Costs Are Presented NETHER PROVIDENCE The board of commissioners received a preliminary report from the township engineer Thursday night which estimated the cost of sidewalks along Moore Road would range from $4,587 to $10,753. The lower figure is the estimated cost of 4,587 square feet of walks from Brookhaven Road to the Nether Providence Elementary School on the school side of Moore Road. The higher figure includes curvin, grading driveway restoration and any additional excavation. A request for sidewalks had been made at the October meeting by a group of residents whose children walk along Moore Road to the elementary school. At the meeting, one of the residents said they had not thought in terms of regular side walks with curbs, but rather a paved walk possibly 2 or 3 feet wide and a few feet in from this highly traveled road. No decision was made about the insallation but it was explained that when making an estimate the engineer includes all possibilities for study. In other business the commissioners were asked to provide a showcase in the township building in which the Nether Providence Athletic Association (NPAA) could permanently display its growing collection of trophies. Robert Harris, coach of the NPAA football Terriers (115- pound team) made the request. The team won the Bert Bell Memorial Trophy after finishing the season unbeaten, untied and unscored upon. Harris also invited the commissioners to participate in the annual banquet on, December 15 in MacMorland Center at PMC Colleges. William G. Moser, president of the board of commissioners, will present the trophy to the Terriers. Moser also said the board will look into the matter of getting a display case for the more than half-dozen trophies the athletic association has received. The board also approved settlement of the Meadow Lane litigation in which the township was withholding $3,790 because of defective work and delay in completion. Approximately half of this amount will be given by the insurance company to the township and the other half will go toward payment of two of the contractor's outstanding obliga tions. General Motors Is Next Target By JACK LEFLER AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) - A shadow hanging over the economy lightened this past week when Chrysler Corp. and the United Auto Workers Union agreed tentatively on a new labor con tract. The agreement was reached four hours before the Wednes day midnight strike deadline. the UAW and Chrysler, the No. 3 automaker, were optimis tic that the 95,000 workers cov [ered by the pact would ratify it and a strike would be avoided. However, much of Chrysler's production was shut down be cause thousands of union mem bers jumped the gun and walked off their jobs before the agreement was reached. They remained off the job because of unsettled local disputes. Walter P. Reuther, UAW president, said the union would try to get the strikers back to work as soon as possible. Ford Motor Co.'s assembly ines started to roll Monday for the first time since settlement two weeks ago of a UAW strike that began Sept. 6. General Motors Corp., the world's biggest manufacturing firm, will be the next negotiating target of the UAW. The Chrysler-UAW agreement was almost identical to the Ford contract. It would provide increased wages and fringe benefits of more than $1 an hour over the next three years. Under the old contracts workers averaged about $3.40 an hour in pay plus $1.30 an hour in fringe benefits. Irish Group To Nominate CHESTER — The Irish American Association of Delaware County will nominate officers for 1968 2:30 p.m. Sunday at its headquarters, 227 W. 7th St. The present officers are Dennis J. Sullivan, president; Michael J. Finn, vice president; John Begley, treasurer; William, C. Hofmann, financial secretary; C. B. MacNamee, recording secretary; 1 William Mylett, corresp onding secretary; James Doyle, sergeant at arms; Matthew Doyle, historian; John J. Kelly, Peter J. Murphy and Patrick Walsh, trustees. Officers will be elected at the December meeting. Scattered work stoppages at Chrysler and General Motors plants and a complete shutdown at Ford held estimated passenger car production this past week to 132,000 units, compared with 142,999 last week and 194,250 a year ago when the companies were in normal production. General Motors declared a year-end dividend of $1.25 a share on common stock, down from $1.50 a year ago. The dividend will bring the total GM payout to. stockholders for 1967 to $3.80 a share, compared with $4.55 in 1966. The total payment: to shareholders will be $1,085,000,000 compared with $1,298,000,000 last year. Some unfavorable reports on unemployment, factory orders and factory shipments came out this past week. The unemployment rate climbed in mid-October to a two-year high of 4.3 per cent of the labor force from 4.1 per cent in September. The number of unemployed rose last month to 2,951,000 from 2,895,000 the previous month. "Certainly this 4.3 per cent rate is a surprise," said Arthur M. Ross, labor statistics commissioner for the Labor Department. "But we should wait another month before making any firm judgments" about what it implies for the economy as a whole. The Commerce Department reported that new factory orders fell in September by almost $1 billion in the deepest of three consecutive monthly declines. The new order total of $44,945,000,000 was down 2.1 per cent from $45.9 billion in August. Factory shipments in September fell 2.7 per cent to $44,448,000,000 from $45,675,000,000 in August. However, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said the economy "has displayed considerable underlying strength in recent months despite the adverse effects of a number of strikes." "Most observers expect a continuation of the over-all expansion, followed by a surge of activity when the automobile industry returns to full production," the bank added. Vets to March CHESTER — The annual memorial service of the Chester Veterans Council will feature a wreath - laying and speeches at Crozer Park. A parade will form at 10th and Butler Sts. at 12:30 p.m. Sunday and begin marching to the park at 1 p.m. Real Estate Transfers Local Teachers Go to Conference Teachers representing five Delaware County colleges, universities, high schools and junior high schools were to attend today the fall meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Inc., at Lehigh University in Bethlehem. They are Our Lady of Angels College, Aston; Villanova University, Radnor; Archbishop Prendergast High School, Upper Darby; Cardinal O'Hara High School, Springfield; and Radnor Junior High School, Radnor. Two Youths Rob Cashier CHESTER — A woman grocery store cashier was held up by an armed youth and his companion Friday night and robbed of about $180. Mrs. Raymond Zubrzyski, 2724 W. 3rd St., told police she was in the store about 7:15 p.m. when two youths asked for a soft drink. One youth placed'25 cents on the counter. As Mrs. Zubrzyski opened the cash register to make change, one youth pulled a pistol and told her: "This is a robbery." He grabbed $150 in bills from the cash register and a $30 check. Before they ran away, the youths smashed several jars of food in the store. Meeting Called The Marianist League of Greater Philadelphia will meet at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at the Marianist Faculty House, 2001 Providence Ave., Chester. Capital Talks SAIGON (AP) - Gen. William C. Westmoreland, commander of U.S. forces in South Vietnam, will join other top-level U.S. officials for talks with President Johnson in Washington next week, it was learned today. LO ©• 1400 "A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS' 1 100 PMC Cadels To Police Plot CHESTER - Some 100 PMC Colleges cadets Sunday are scheduled to police the Pennsylvania plot in the Congressional Medal of Honor Grove at the Valley Forge Freedoms Foundation. PMC said the students — from the school's Pennsylvania Military College — are to leave for Valley Forge at 8 a.m. on the volunteer mission. The grove is a 52-acre site commemorating the nation's Medal of Honor winners from each of the 50 stales, Puerto Rico and the District o f Columbia. The grove is scheduled for dedication on Memorial Day, MEDIA COURTHOUSE—Real estate | transfers: Chester City, 413 E. 19th St., James P. McHugh and wife to Raymond J. McLaughlin and wife, $15,000. Radnor, 13 Beatrice Drive, Anne M. Arena to Richard S. Dillon and wife, $21,750. Chester City, 2704 McCarey St., William H. Suter and wife to Joseph W. Fedena and wife, $672. Chester, 113 Blackthorn* Lane, "WoodbrooK," Woodbrook Dev. Corpora tion to Raymond P. Mallon, $19,290. Nether Providence, Rose Valley Rd. & Manchester Rd. Norman W. Krase and wife to W. Tyler Peabody, Jr. and wife, $45,000. Springfield, Rambling way and Fairview Rd., William G. Buckley and wife to Bernard Francis Haughey and wife, $19,750. Marcus Hook, 1007 Market St., Harold E. Norris and wife to Thomas F. Phipps and wife, $1. Lin wood, 526 Ridge Rd., Giovanni Ga- gllardl to Martin J. Lauginiger and wife, $14,000. Ridley Township, 404 Arlington Avenue, Woodlyn Baptist Church to James C. Kelly and wife, $18,500. Upper Chichester, 524 Johnson Ave., Susan Camplone to Joseph K. Zona and wife, $13,000. Upper Ctiichester, Redwood St. and Scott Ave., Henry Skinner and wife to Robert C Zerbe and wife, $13,500. Upper Darby, 233 Kingston Rd„ John F. Moore Jr. and wife to Michael Joseph Delaney and wife, $12,750. Upper Darby, 7129 Stockley Rd„ Robert X. Moore and wife to Justus William Altmlller, Jr., $8,900. Chester City, 2014 Madison St,, Kathryn Higgins Hoff to Joseph J. McGarvey and wife, $10,500, Upper Darby. 513 Glendale Rd., Fred H. Dietsch and wife to Philip J. Boyle and wife, $9,800. Haverford, 305 N. Manoa Rd., James F. Gaul and wife to Margaret S, Sherlock, $18,000. Darby Township, 739 Crescent Drive, George Barberes and wife to John W. Galloway and wife, $12,500. Ardmore, 635 Laralne Ave., Marie lannacone to Anthony J. lannacone and wife, $1. Upper Darby, 49 Marlborough Rd. Maurice Joseph Blake to Maurice Hayes Blake, $l. Haverford, 34 Orchard Rd,, Hanora DiDonato to Fritz Feuz and wife, $14,00f Ridley Township, 15S9i Blackrock Rd- Elias Joseph Deeb and wife to Joseph D'Angelo and wife, $14,900. Upper Darby, 258 Avon Rd., James Carr and wife to George A. Wood Jr. and wife, $11,450. Upper Darby, 4716 Montgomery Ave Martin M. Peidl and wife to John J. Takacs, Jr., $10,450. Ridley Township, 701 Quince Lane, George Joseph Schwartz and wile, to Edward J. Reiner, Jr. and wife, $13,990. Glenolden, 803 Hlllcrest Drive, Charles A. Witsell and wife to Lawrence G. McManus and wife, $11,990. Marcus Hook, 1105 Green St., James Ferman Matters and wife to Anthony J. Shugar and wife, $8,500. Glenolden, Gardner Ave. and Parker Ave., John J. DeLuca and wile to Lawrence D. Denney and wife, $14,500. Chester City, 501 E. 19th St., Ellen R. Larkin to John H, Carroll and wile, $10,400. Upper Darby, Wvndemere Rd. and Hey Ave., John J. McLaughlin and wife to James P. McHugh and wife, $1. Marple, 205 Lovel! Ave,, James B. Cunningham and wife to Alesslo Mari and wife, $21,900. Colllngdale, 203 Rhodes Ave., Leon H. DILablo and wife to Robert Maurer and wife, $10,100. Collingale. 206 Slaley Ave., Andrew B. Davis and wife to John M. Kerr, $9,900. Marple, 2206 Windsor Cir., Bernice Baran to Joseph A. Sapienza and wife, $20,250. Thornbury, Skyline Dr., Waller M. Magee to George H. Baldwin and wife, $34,000. lansdowiie, 142 W. Albemarle Ave., Joseph J. Baycich and wile to Donald E. Thomas and wife, $15,900. Broomall, 2214 Windsor Cir., Clarence Christman, Jr. to Joseph J. Baycich and wife, $19,000. Upper Darby, 822 Morgan Ave., Melville C. Case and wife to Joseph M. Mooney and wife, no consideration. Colllngdale, 200 Lafayette Ave , Robert Joseph Powers and wife to H. Vance Kinskey Sr. and wife, $9,950. Prospect Park, 640 Eleventh Av(;., Ida M- Forrest to Marvin E. Meyer and wife, $15,500. Haverford, Columbus Ave. and Manoa Rd. Estelle C Donohue to The Robert- Louis Corporation, $26,600. Norwood, Seneca Ave. and Delaware Ave., Asnes E. Graff to Dorothy J. Musto, $14,900. Broomall, 28 N. Ardmore Ave., Walter G. Fraser 3rd and wife to Jack R. Brace and wife, $25,000. Darby Township, 6 Briarcliffe Rd., Charles R. King, Jr. and wife to Joseph A. Steele and wife, $12,300. Glenolden, 434 Ashland Ave., William J. Hein and wife to William Edgar Mills, $12,400. Upper Darby, Harvln Rd. and Lenox Rd., Margaret C. Costello to George R. Montgomery and wife, $12,000. Ridley Park, 514 Hinkson Blvd., Robert Brown and wife to Thomas D'Amico and wife, $17,500. Upper Darby, 7150 Greenwood Ave., Charles E. Natale and wife to Vartan Sarkisslan and wife, $12,000. Radnor, 437 Upper Gulph Rd., William H. Franklin Jr. and wife to George A. Kattermann and wife, $52,500. Haverford, 1248 Fairview Ave., Donald R. Roudabush and wife to Gertrude L. Reeder, $20,000. Colllngdale, 234 Lafayette Ave., George L. Dine and wife to Robert James Willougbby and wife, $12,250. Nether Providence, Bickmore Dr., Edward J. McNelis and wife to Donald R. Lomas and wife, $21,500. Upper Darby, 914 Alexander Ave., Robert Hoe Hough, Jr. and wife to Angelo C. Sanelli, $18,750. Chester City, 1211 Johnston St., Peter J, Domenas to Peter J. Domenas, $1. Ridley Township, Rutledge and Sixth Aves., Alfonso Zlnni to Rosemarle Zlnnin, Upper Darby, 250 Long Lane, Michael Gill and wife to Angelo E, DIAntonlo and wife, $11,000. Upper Darby, 14 Chatham Rd., Samuel DiSlmlne and wife to Albert Maggianl and wife, $14,500. Upper Darby, 335 Westpark Lane, John F. Fritz Jr. and wife to Jules M. Auspitz and wife, $13,100. Folcroft, 2150 Valleyview Dr., John V. Toner and wife to Donald Burnslde and wife, $14,225. Sharon Hill, 447-449 Sharon Ave., Aanes V. E. Harris to James M. McAnany, $1. Newtown, Pine St. and Farview Ave., Lewis E. Weiss and wife to James E. Barks, Jr. and wife, $1,000. Media, E. Jefferson St. and Edgmont St., John V. Lattlmer to Gwendolyn L. Wasche, $24,000. Media, 942 2nd Ave., Joseph K. Zona and wife to James G. Hess and wife, $2,351. Clifton Heights, 24 Windsor Lane, Harry F, Prenon and wife to William J. Boyle and wile, $5,000. Middletown, Painter Rd. and Rose Tree Rd., William L. Robinson and wife to John C. Derbyshire and wife, $42,526. Upper Providence, 720 Bobbin Mill Rd., Eric E. Mundt and wife to Wilson Yulman and wife, $36,000. Norwood, 217 Gesner Ave., George B. Lownes and wife to Thomas J. Monaghan and wife, $14,400. Springfield, Valley View Rd., Robert M, Fldler and wife to John F. Tumelty and wife, $1. Chester City, 1500 Providence Ave., Carl DeSanto and wile to Redevelopment Auth. city of Chester, $1. Chester city, 1105 Poller St., Bernartd H. Schatz and wife to Oliver Claube Freeman and wife, $8,375. Lansdowne, 190 W. Essex Ae., Richard C. Hunter and wife to Frank Trotta and wife, $18,990. Springfield, 459 Valley View Rd., Robert M. Fldler and wife IO John W. Tumelty and Wife, $19,900. Upper Darby, 3709 Garrett Rd., Francis Dor Mark and wife to Heinz C. Pogge, $15,500. Haverford, 316 David Drive, Teddy Realty Corp, to Bernard Appel and wife, $24,490. Radnor, 407 Boxwood Rd., Rosemonl, Joseph S. Mozlno and wife to Elmer A. Miller, Jr. and wife, $63,000. Chester Township, 1214 Tov/nsend SI., Anna V. Murray to Samuel Womack and wife, $4,000. Aston, 252 Gerald Drive, James F. Hart and wife to Joan V. Kurlen, $17,500. Ridley Park, Ridley Rd. and Nicholson Rd., Lydla M. Ellis to Lydla M. Ellli, Edgmont, w. Chester Pike and County Line, Frank J. Kilkenny to James 0 Mackey and Baldwin Baker, $30,000. Springfield, 577 W. woodland Ave, Harley Lester Pickens and wile to John F. McGurk and wife, $8,159. Marple, Parkway, Pennsylvania Ple/ai Inc. to Culco Corp., $32,000. Middletown, Catherine Lane and Sprlnghouse Lane, William McD. Sharp and wife to David H. Groll and wife, $15,000. Springfield, State Rd. Edwin Borsh and wife to Elocin, Inc., $475,000. Haverford, 254 Lee Cir., John D. Libert andwife to Michael A. Davis and wife, $22,100. Wayne, 138 Morningside Cir., Robert M. Shirley to Esther M. Slaman, $4,145. Birmingham, Route 100, J. Harland Potts and wife to Tri-County Conservancy of the Brandywine, Inc. $300,000. Newtown, 144 Brookside Rd., Harold 1 D. Moore and wife to Joseph A. Burghart and wife, $28,900. Chester City, Front and Broomall St., Joseph G. Messner and wife to Ptiiladel- phia Quartz Company, $1. Prospect Park, 12th and Lafayette Sis., Flora May Drummond to GladVi G. Drummond, $1. Chester City, Lamokin and Front Sts., Nu-Car Carriers, Inc. to Joseph G. Messner and wife, $25,000. Upper Darby, 132 Westdale Rd., Wkl. Ham J. DiBerardo and wife to Patrfcfe D. McGroary and wife, $11,990. Thornbury, Thornhlll R-W. line of Dilworthtown Rd., King's Grant Inc. to Alfred B. Cuff and wife, $24,500. Haverford, 44 Rodmor Rd., George S. Dozor and wife to Lucy DIEmedio, $18,250. Radnor, Spruce Tree Rd. and Berwind Rd., Patrick J. Costello and wife fa John T. McGrath and wife, $48,250. Radnor, 9 Northwoods Rd., Robert E. Sonnekson and wife to William Anthony Hetschler and wife, $55,750. Radnor, 6 Hawthrne Lane, The Provident National Bank to Fletcher Cooper $24,000. Upper Providence, 38 W. Overhlll Circle, Donald Stanley Shaw and wife to D. Jeanne Shaw, $1. Springfield, 206 Fairview Rd., John Y. Mace to Paul J. Murphy end wife, $22,000. Haverford, Bambl Lane and Buck Lane, Harold G. Christman and wife to, Erasmus N. Tapera and wife, $31,500. Haverford, 244 E, Benedict Ave., Vincent P. McQulllen and wife to Kenneth L. Thomas and wife, $18,700. Upper Darby, 4642 State Rd., Michel G. Rev and wife to Lulz A, DeFreiU* and wife, $19,250. Upper Darby, 120 Summit Ave., Garnet W. H. Miller to Selma Ruth Z. Hulandt, $17,250. Upper Darby, Fairlleld Ave. and Spruce Ave., John Peoples and wife to Bedrot A. Tomasian and wile, $16,000. Upper Darby, 935 Farlston Ave., Joseph D. Avelllno and wife to Martha S. Hayes, $15,250. Yeadon, 1010 Cobbs Creek, Edna Duncan to Alfred H. Hulton 3rd and wife, $1. Yeadon, 504 Holly Rd., Jack E. Miller and wife to Rocco Fablano and wife, $15,000. Marple, Meadowbrook Lane and Fawn Hill Lane, Lawrence J.Florin and wife to Frank E. Cline Jr. and wife, $31,900. Yeadon, 641 Arbor St., Frederic A. Thompson, Jr. to George R. Adelhardl, $19,500. Ridley Township, 619 Stockton Cir., Frank E. Cline Jr. and wife to Anthony T. Sopala and wile, $15,500. Brookhaven, 49.49 Monroe Drive, Edward J. Walsh e. Son, Inc. to William H. Knott, Jr. and wile, $16,700. Springfield, Foulke Lane and Hemlock Lane, Rolling Green Acres, Inc. to William E. Kearney and wife, $31,200. Upper Darby, 238 S. Madison Ave, Marian R. Carbone to Anthony 0. Placenlinl and wife, $15,250. Folcroft, 745 Taylor Dr., Carmen P. Musumecl and wife to James Joseph Moore and wife, $11,900. MJ Bethel, 551 Old Marcus Hook Rd.. Costlne DIJohn to Harry H, Hamalak and wile, $1. , . __. Bethel, 551 Old Marcus Hook Rd., Costlne .DIJohn to Raymond C. DIJohn, Bethel, SSI Old Marcus Hook Rd., Costlne DIJohn to Raymond C. DIJohn, $1. Alton, Crvtlle Road, and Miriam Ave., Geno DeOlorgls and wife lo William S. Clark end wlte, $11,000. Upper Darby, 2H Pilgrim Lane, B. Walter Leonard and wile lo William Arbuckle and wile, $16,500. Colwyn, 206 S, Second II., John R. Davit and wile lo John R. Davis and wile, $1. Mlddlilnwn, Man ol War Drive and Pennell Rd.. Oeorge I Sfnrl and wife lo Jerry I Hnliblnt and wile. IV 1,100 Ridley township, Mirlnulltlil, Rd , Paul t* Mallnn and wile lo Raymond P. Mullun, $1. f