Delaware County Daily Times - November 4, 1961

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himself for one additional county treasurers themselves. They are too one four- cash refunds of tax and fees collected not legally due on proper officer. term of the Sec Affairs on the of January follow exemption from rea homes of blind double or quadrupl are veterans of an and honorably dis State Veterans determines that sue in need of the la Sharon Hill ar because of Democratic cand replacing Mrs. Friedkin sa original ballots h; out with the dead man before the court i reprinting order on Fi ballots will be sent Eddystone Votes For II Off ices RADNOR EDDYSTONE -- Of the 11 of- jces to be filled in Eddystone borough, nine are contested. Democrats nominated no candidates candidates for auditor or constable. GOP Seeks To Return Council MEDIA -- Four Republican councilmcn--each with at least" 10 -cars on council--will be seeking re-election Tuesday. They are William G. VanLeer, Joseph 0. Mancill, James J. Loughran, Walter M. Strine. Seeking to unseat two of them will be a pair of Democrats, Joseph Joseph R. Bradley and Lawrence W. Brown. VanLeer, of 324 W. 3rd St., is I superintendent, of county buildings Ulancill, of 201 N. Edgmont St. Its retired. Loughran, of 634 Provi -- Election of a Science Road, is a civil engineer Hot Running for auditor on the Re| Re| publican ticket is Earl Billingsley.i 1300 13th St., for constable is James Callahan, 1312 13th St., the incumbent. Four councilmanic seats are to be filled. On the Democratic slate are Matthew J. Woods, 57, of 1031 Leiper St., factory foreman; Charles Charles Dougherty, 66, of 968 Eddystone Eddystone Ave., a former magistrate; M a r t i n J. Connelly, 48, of 1331 Chester Pike, a cafe owner; and Harry Mills, 52, of 213 Lexington Ave., print works employe. Opposing them are Thomas Orio. Orio. 36, of 1314 10th St., a machinist; machinist; William Hewlings, 963 Ash land Ave., a mill foreman an in aimbent; Paul Doyle, 41, 1237 13th St., assistant chief schoo engineer; and Martin A. Tatas ciorc, 38, of 1224 Eddystone Ave. a pipefitter and incumbent. Running for two posts on th Al Tries RADNOR -- Radnor's leader, will be inue his 22-year lip treasurer Success may her political School Board on the Democrat! icket are Howard Bryan, 43, o 305 12th St., an electrician an an incumbent who won previou y on the Republican ticket, am Gerald J. Alpaugh, 26, of 752 S ville Ave. a hot potato in the expected to be a heated again in Tuesday's voting. Harry W. Kcmery, Strine, of 720 N. Jackson St., is realtor and president of Concorc Turf Club, Inc. Bradley, of 411 S. Olive St., i retired and Brown, of 413 S. Balti- iissioner. Swing promised re-electeu esign as 'he promise ace of heavy ounty Republican His Democratic lurray P. Road, Wayne, ultant who Swing lives Bryn Mav.r. Three ers also will lion. They Jr., 2nd 4th Ward; Ward. man. Mills won 'handily ini m o r e A is ., pr i nling ink sales . He is a quarry company superintendent. at the stane quarry "a conflict of interest"' p u b l i c a n s campaign because of his for road supervisor. him will be Reuben a 46-year-old Democrat in Glen Mills. He is engineer. men will vie for two vacancies the school board, although there will be four names ballot, the fourth candidate, Democrat Norman Flachs a civil service job and from the race. On the school board, two Refilling Refilling uncxpirccl terms arc seeking election. They are S. William Gross of 37 W. On the Republican ticket are William R. Armstrong, 50, of 1239 12tfi St., a printer and an incumbent, incumbent, and Harvey E. Wood Jr., 36, of 1000 Saville Ave., a salesman salesman and an incumbent. Seeking another term as mayor is Republican Paul F. Sides, 41. of 1238 12th St., a refining company company employe. The Democratic candidate is Curtis Wood, 4fi, of 1229 Eddy stone Ave., a bus operator. The Democrats have nominatet 7lh St., co-owner of Gross' Men's Raymond McAlccr, 37, of 1410 E Wear store, and Earl S. Scull of 324 W. 3rd St., telephone co. em- ploye. The Democrats opposing them are Mrs. Marjoric Yates Cornog of 48 E. Jefferson St., a retired school teacher, and C. Norwood Wherry of 216 W. Front St., an attorney. attorney. Republican Frank T. Wiltshire. 12th St., an iron works employe for justice of the peace. He is opposed by Fred D. Amon son. 67, of 1046 Toll St., a retired ilanl security officer. Both parties have endorsee Mrs. Bessie Barber, 63, of 1400 E 13th St., housewife, for tax col lector. Plummer, Radnor, a 1.949 and formp. r school board, Hires-Turner Philadelphia. His opponent ias, 116 or. Matthias )emocratic Foster, of Va'yne. has since 1951 Legislature. Foster's counterpart is \ve.. employed by Lit Odoiisio. Wayne, is commissioners and He is also and served Opposing F. DeVitis,

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 04 Nov 1961, Sat,
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