the Earle Pace. 62. a retired Chester machinist who formerly lived ir Prospect Park, died Saturday morning in Union Hospital, Cecil County, Md. He lived in Chariestown Manor, Md. where he was a John A. Hamilton John A. Hamilton. 70. of Concord Court Apts., Aston, died Friday at the Daybreak Lodge, Wilmington, Del. following a lengthy illness. He lived in Aston for the last three years. Prior to that he lived in Bridgeton. N.J. for 22 years. He was a quiller by trade and he was employed by C. L. Meyers. Chester for eight years, retiring in'1971. He was a navy veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Oxenford Hamilton; and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Barlow of Upland and Mrs. Elizabeth Huston of Somers Point. N.J. boating enthusiast. Â· In addition to his wife Lillian E. Pace, the former Lillian.:" Sigel, of Chariestown Manor, Md., he is survived by his,,, mother Margaret M. Pace, ;qt;. Chester; sons Ledlie Charles., Pace, Norwood, and David Earle Pace. Prospect Park; ; a., daughter Donna Eller, ; pf\ Claymont. Del: a sister Nellie, Hawley, of Chester; and thr^e,,, grandchildren. ..-'. Mr. Pace was a member of 1 Olivet Olivet Presbyterian Church:" Prospect Park. Calling hours are from 7 to 9 tonight at the Griffith Chapel. Chester Pike, Norwood. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Edgewood Memorial Park, Baltimore .Pike, .Pike, Concord. Â·-:Â·Â·Â·"Â·". 'Â·Â£ PROFESSIONAL; 9 CLEANERS We Specialize In SMOKE-FIRE Household Dry Cleaning '.: OPEN SUN. 10-4 --WEEKDAYS 7:30,8.