The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1988 · Page 502
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The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania · Page 502

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Sunday, November 6, 1988
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! ! ! ! ' ' ! ' ? " ' 1 ' ' ' ' 5 ! ' ' 5 ! 5 ' ' 5 ' : ' : l ' ' J ' ; J . : s f s ? s ? ;2DC Sua day,? Now 6,: 1988 Tha ifeiladdphfas inquirer . 4 IFOTIIRfeGOMffiS GOULD OBOE Til THiV WOULD. BUT TH1V 8HLTT. ill GULIS. Q A Q A Q A What Do 28,735 Families in The Delaware Valley Have In Common? Tatarian Builders Who Has Sold, Installed & Serviced Home Products Locally For Over 42 Years? Tatarian Builders Who Has 32 Major Brands of Windows On Display Under One Roof? Tatarian Builders Who Backs Up Their Products And Workmanship With This Guarantee: "If Within 10 Days After Installation You're Not Satisfied, We'll Replace Your Old Windows At NQ CHARGE." Absolutely No One Except Tatarian! VISIT DELAWARE VALLEY'S HOST COMPLETE Window- SHOWROOM OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 PM. SAT 'TIL 2 PM TWO WEEK SPECIAL! DOUBLE DISCOUNT 10 SHOWROOM DISCOUNT PLUS 10 SALE BONUS ITAffAMAN BUIILlDttS 137 WEST EAGLE RD. HAVERTOWN 8SS (Vic. Darby & Eagle Roads) O USUS Neighbors Neighbors is a section of The Inquirer that provides news about people, events, schools and governments in the Delaware County communities listed on the cover. Neighbors is published on Sunday and Thursday. During the school year, Neighbors Sports is published on Monday. EDITOR: Ewart Rouse ASSISTANT EDITOR: Connie Pickett ADDRESS: Suit 110 1001 Baltimore Pike Springfield, Pa., 19064 TELEPHONES: News 544-9140 Advertising 854-4891 Classified 563-5000 Circulation 1-800-222-2765 How to be listed HEADS ABOVE THE CROWD: Neighbors reports achievements such as promotions at work, community awards or school honors (due to volume of requests, we are unable to publish college graduations or dean's lists). Send news and nonreturnable photographs for this column to Heads Above the Crowd, Inquirer Neighbors, Suite 1 10, 1001 Baltimore Pike. Springfield, Pa. 19064. Include a telephone number for verification. WEDDINGS AND ENGAGEMENTS: Weddings and engagements are announced in Neighbors every Sunday, and nonreturnable photographs will be published. For information, contact Gina Esposito at the Neighbors editorial office, 544-9140. Send announcements to Weddingsengagements, Inquirer Neighbors, Suite 110, 1001 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, Pa. 19064. Include a telephone number for verification. BIRTHS: Births are listed in Neighbors as they are reported by area hospitals. It is not necessary to separately notify Neighbors in order to have a birth reported. OBITUARIES: Neighbors publishes obituaries each Sunday. Information for obituaries is obtained from area funeral homes and always confirmed with the family of the deceased. To submit obituary information, call Mary Anne Janco at Neighbors (544-9140). CALENDAR AND BULLETIN BOARD: These listings each Sunday provide information about meetings and community activities, information must be received at least two weeks in advance of the event, and mailed to Calendar, Inquirer Neighbors, Suite 110, 1001 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, Pa. 19064. Include a telephone number for verification. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Neighbors welcomes letters to the editor about issues of community interest. Letters must be signed and must include a telephone number for verification (the telephone number will not be published). Neighbors reserves the right to edit letters for clarity and brevity. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST: Submit information about community issues and events to Inquirer Neighbors, Suite 110, 1001 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, Pa. 19064. In the case of breaking news, call the office. Letter from the Editor Since Labor Day, the traditional start of fall campaigning, the politicians have been competing loudly for our attention and our votes. The incumbents have been doing what they are supposed to do touting their records and insisting that their seniority would give them greater clout in the various legislative chambers. Their challengers have been try ing to punch holes in those records and to portray themselves as being more capable of delivering benefits for their constituents. It all comes to a head on Tuesday, with voters having the last say. How different is this campaign sea son from past elections in Delaware County? Political writer David Lieber pro vides an overview of the presiden tial, congressional and state legislative races in Delaware County in today's cover story, which begins on Page 4. With the number of registered Re publicans in Delaware County ex ceeding the number of registered Democrats by a ratio of nearly 3-to-l, you'd expect another GOP romp. But, as Lieber points out, there have been some hard-fought contests and a few twists that could make for an excit ing finish. As part of the overview, county Republican leader John F. McNichol and county Democratic Chairwoman Dianne Merlino were tapped for their predictions in the Bush-Dukakis race, the Curt Weldon-David Lan dau contest in the Seventh Congressional District and the Nick Micozzie- Joe Merlino battle in the 163d District. On Wednesday, The Inquirer will provide results in some of the key races here. And on Thursday, the Neighbors section of The Inquirer will bring you complete results in all the races in our coverage area. Ewart Rouse Index Business ?9 Courts ? Cover story 4 Dining out 6 Education 1? FamilyPersonal records 24 Government Z Obituaries ?J Real estate 11 Sports 26 Things to do 7 VA I UOOar " ,: ..:;::!: ; VfrevJK Y Upper Derby olT.. Morton iWl ir v Rote Valley I L !rTB"fWall1n8dJl. V, yVJ L-VT. Gtenolden r fSharnn Htff A y y RHeyr T f Darby"0" "'" , J Prospect PitTioi t I A-s Tinieuin M.Btraurn lansdownt Yeetfcft Thta ikMjtton of . fWghtwri cover th

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