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Ask to have a ial?s representative call at your home or place of business. ALL ADS RESTRICTED TO PROPER CLASSIFICATION The Daily Times wilt appreciate having its attention drawn to an advertisement not conforming to the hiphsst standards of honesty. For the benefit of reader arid advertiser alike, abbreviationi are not permitted. LEGAL LEGAL NOTICES Estate of JOHN H. FLOHR, SR. a-k-a JOHN H. FLOHR a-k-a JOHN HENRY FLOHR, deceased. Letten of Administration on thÂ» above Estate havÂ« been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Esfate of ttia decedent to make known the same, and ail persons Indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to ANNA M. FLOHR, Administratrix, . 232 South Carol Blvd., Upper Darby, Penna. Or to her Attorney SAMUEL M. TOLLEN, Esquire, 807 Fidelity-Chester Bldg., Chester, Pa. Estate of CYNTHIA S. JOHNSON, late of the Twp. of Nether Providence, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent fo make payment, without delay, to PAUL MALONEY and HARRY R. HIGH, Executors c/o Pepper, Hamilton Scheetz, Fidelity-Phila Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. Or to their Attorney ALBERT BLUMBERG, Esq., McClenachan, Blum- bera 8. Levy, 702 Fidelity-Chester Bldg., Chester, Pa. Estate of MARY ROSE MONASTRA, late of the Borough of Morion, County of Delaware and State of Pennsylvania. LETTERS OF Admtnisfration on the above estate having been granted to JOHN J. MONASTRA, all persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims To present the same without delay to the administrator, JOHN J. MONASTRA, 2207 S. Lambert Street, Philadelphia 45, Pennsylvania, or to his attorney, JOHN R. GRAHAM ESQUIRE, 1 West Second Street, Media, Pennsylvania. Estate of AGNES FEYAS, deceased. LETTERS OF Administration on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons Indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay to JOHN E. FEYAS, 310 W. Brookhaven Rd., Wallingford Penna., or to his Attorney, JOSEPH W. deFURIA, ESQ., deFurla, Larkln DeFuria, 410 Welsh St., Chester, Pa. Estate Of CHARLES EDWARD TRUAX, late of the Borough of Sharon Hill, Delaware County, deceased. Letters of Administration on the above estate having been granted Â»he undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having legal claims to present the same without delay fo GENEVIEVE TRUAX, Administratrix, Apt. A-38, 914 South Avenue, Secane, Penna. Or to her Attorneys: BUTLER, BEATTY, GREER and JOHNSON, 17 South Avenue, Media, Pa., and RAWLE S, HENDERSON, 1910 Packard Building, Phlfa., 2, Pa. Estate of ARTHUR B. FOULKROD, late of Sharon Hill, Delaware County, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the above estate having been granted the undersigned, ail persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having legal claims to present the same without delay to THE FIRST PENNSYLVANIA BANKING a n d TRUST COMPANY, Executor, S.E. Cor. 15th Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 19101. Or to Its Attorneys: B. ROYCE RUSSELL, 1917 Pack- jrd Bldg., Phlla., Pa. 19102 and JOHN R. GRAHAM, One Wesf 2nd Street, Media, Pa. Estate of MARION L. DUCKWORTH, deceased. Letters Testamentary on fhe above Estate have been granted to ttie undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands Â·against the Esfate of the decedent fo make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to HELEN E. DUCKWORTH, Executrix, 817 Glen Terrace, Chester, Pa. Or to her Attorney EDMUND L. HARVEY, Esq., 517 Welsh Street, Chester, Pennsylvania. Estate of LOUIS A. PARKS, a-k-a .GUIS A. PARKS, SR. deceased. Letters of Administration or. the above Estate have been granted to Ihe undersianed, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known fhe same, and all psrioni Indebted to the deceder,! to make payment, without dealy, to LOUIS A. PARKS, JR., 1747 Laurel Ave., Boothwyn, P.I. Or toJ.ils Attorney FRANK I. GINSBURG, Esq., 410 Wflih $Â»., CNster, PÂ». ' LEGAL LEGAL NOTICES Esfaf* of FLORENCE M. LAWRENCE, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons Indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to *GNES M. JACKSON, Executor, 1118 Curry Street, Chester, Pennsylvania. Or fo her Attorney MALCOLM B. PETRIKJN, 410 Welsh SK, Chester, Pa. Estate of WILLIAM E. KREUER, deceased, late of Birmingham Twp., Del. Co., Pa. Notice Is hereby given that Letters Testamentary have been granted m said estate; and all persons having claims or demands against the estate are requested to make known the same and all persons indebted to said decedent are requested to make payment without delay, to the Executors, GRETCHEN B. KREUER and BANK OF DELAWARE, c/o Trust Officer, 9th and Market St., Wilmington, Del., or to their attorney, ROBERT S. GAWTHROP JR. 119 N. High St., West Chester, Pa. Estate of ISABELLE YARNALL TOWNSEND, late of the Borough of Chester Heights. LETTERS Testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned, who requests alt persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to JAMES N. TOWNSEND, P.O Box 63, Middletown 8. Gradyville Rds, Gradyvilte,. Pa. or to his attorneys, LIPPINCOTT 8, DONALDSON, 1 Olive St., Media Pa. Estate of LEWIS E. PYLE, deceased. LETTERS Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to FRANCIS R. PYLE and LEWIS S. PYLE, Falrville, Chadds Ford, Pa. or to their Attorney, JAMES A. COCHRANE, Esquire, 419 Edsmont Avenue, Chester, Pa. Estate of WILLIAM M. HAIN, deceased. LETTERS Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to MARY A. HAIN, 1111 Washington Street, Marcus Hook, Penna. or to her Attorney BASIL C: CLARE, Esq. 822 Butler Street, Chester, Penna. Estate of ROY WHILDIN, SR., deceased. LETTERS Testamentary on fhe above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, lo BASIL C. CLARE, Esquire, Executor, 822 Butler Street, Chester, Pa. Estate of WALTER J. MORGAN, deceased. LETTERS Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted lo the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against tthe Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons Indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay to WILLIAM MORGAN, 1522 Walnut Street, Chester, Pa., or to his Attorney JAMES H. GORBEY, Esq., 112 East 5th Street, Chester, Pa. Estate of JAMES McKANE REEDER, deceased. LETTERS OF Administration on rhe above Estate have been granted lo the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against fhe Estate of the decedent lo make known the same, and all persons Indebted to the decedent lo make payment without delay, to SARA D. REEDER, 29Â« West Eleventh St., Chester, Pennsylvania, or to her Attorney JAMES A. COCHRANE, ESQUIRE, 419 Edgmont Avenue, Chester, Pa. Estate of HELEN S. PETTENGILL, deceased. LETTERS Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted lo Ihe undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons Indebted fo fhe decedent'lo make payment, without delay lo JOSEPH E. PLATT, Executor, or lo her Attorney, WILLIAM TAYLOR JR., 10 Sourh Avtnut, Media, Pi. LEGAL LEGAL NOTICES ESTATE OF MARY MATKOWSKI, DECEASED. Letters Testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned, who requests all persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent to make known the same and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to PAUL MATKOWSKI, 2932 W. Third St., Chester, Pa. or to his attorney, HARROLD R. GILL, ESQ., 9 W. ^Front St., Media, Pa. Estate of BARBARA MACHMAN, deceased. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned,.who request all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment, without delay, to JOHN MACHMAN, 22 Cathedral Ave., Claymont, Del. or to his Attorney FRANK I. GINSBURG, Esq., 410 Welsh St., Chester, Pa. LEGAL LEGAL NOTICES FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTRATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant lo the provisions of Act of Assembly No. 360, approved May 24, 1945, of intention to file in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg. Pa., and In the office of the Prothonotary of the Courts of Common Pleas of Delaware County, on Tuesday the 7lh day of April, 19S4, a Certificate for the conduct of a business in Delaware County, Pennsylvania under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of A F DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, with its principal plaee of business at 2509 Chichester Road, Chester, Pennsylvania. The names and addresses of all persons owning or interested in said business are FRANK OSTAN, SR., 2351 Concord Rd., Chester, Pa. ANTHONY OSTAN, 2509 Chichester Rd., Chester, Pa., FRANK OSTAN JR., 139 Ervin Ave., Linwood, Pa. DONALD J. ORLOWSKY, Solicitor, 216 W. Front St. Media, Pa. the receiving, consolidating, storing, loading, distributing, handling, forwarding, transferring and tranship- ping of property of all kinds In intrastate, interstate and foreign commerce and to act as agent or broker for, or in connection with any thereof, provided, however, the corporation does not propose to carry out such purposes or exercise such powers except upon being granted the necessary authority by any Federal, State or other regulatory body having jurisdiction. (b) To buy, sell, use, lease as lessee or lessor, and generally trade and deal in and with any and all kinds of new and used automobiles, trucks, tank trucks, trailers, tractors and automotive parts, supplies and equipment of all kinds, and to lease, own, maintain and operate any terminals, platforms, garages, service stations, equipment and facilities deemed necessary. (c) To buy or otherwise acquire, sell or otherwise dispose of, lease as lessee or lessor, assign, transfer, pledge and encumber any common and contract carrier authorities, rights, permits, certificates, licenses, franchises or other evidences of powers as may be Issued or approved by any Federal, State or other regulatory body. The Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Department of State on the 17th day of March, 1964. RAYMOND A. THISTLE, JR., ' Solicitor 1500 Walnut Street Philadelphia 2, Pa. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA To all parties and other persons having an interest therein: Take notice that the Jury of View appointed to view and ascertain damages In the following matters have exhibited the Schedule of Award and have filed the same with Ihe Court. Unless exceptions are filed thereto within thirty days hereof the said Awards shall become final. 1. Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, vs. William A. Mousley and Mae E., his wife, owners or reputed owners, and all other persons who have or may have an Interest therein, No. 9811 of 1963. Premises: S.W. side of Clifton Ave., 4 ft. S.E. from Ash St., S.E. 27.95 ft. to corner of lands now or formerly of the Home Building and Loan Association of Sharon Hill, Darby twp., Sharon Hill, Pa. Parcel 17-4. 2. Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, Delaware County, Pennsylvania vs. Mae E. Mousley and William A. Mousley, her husband, owners or reputed owners and all other persons who have or may have an interest therein, No. 9812 of 1963. Premises: Lot Â£119 on Plan of Sharon Hill Homestead Association, N.E. side of Burton St., 25 ft. S.E. from the S.E. corner of Burton and Laurel St., Del. Co. Darby Twp., Penna. 25 ft. x 100 ft. Parcel 8-7 3. Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, Delaware County, Pennsylvania vs. William A. Mousley and Mae E., his wife, owners or reputed owners, and all other persons who have or may have an Interest therein, No. 9813 nf 1963. Premises: Lot #205 Section "N" on said plan, S. side Ash St., 150 ft. E. from fhe E. side of Fisher St., Darby Twp., Del. Co. Pa. Parcel 9-4 HUGH BONNER, ESQUIRE, Chairman HARRY F. BECKER WILLIAM W. REEDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a corporation has been organized under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law- of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania approved May 5, 1933, as amended, having the name DEL VAt. TRUCKING, INC. The purpose or purposes of the corporation are: (a) To transport property In Infra- state, interstate and foreign movements a: a common and contract carrier by motor vehicle and to have and exercise all of the powers and means appropriate to effect such purpose, and, In the conduct of such business, to carry on a general warehousing business In all Its phases and lo render tervlc* Is ethtr common and contract carrltri In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application will be made to the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, on the 3rd day of April, A.D., 1964, at ten o'clock A.M. under the provisions of the non-profit corporation Act of 1933 of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for a charter of an intended corporation to be known as COMMUNITY HOLINESS ASSOCIA- The purpose of the proposed corporation is to promote the gospel of the Lord and proclaim His gospel In the world that His kingdom might be built up In the earth; to foster Christian fellowship and charity amona al Ipeoples and to help interpret Christianity lo the whole world; to receive gifts and grants of money and property of every kind and to administer the same for the prooo- gafion of Christianity; fo negotiate for, buy and acquire, and to hold title to real estate as a meeting Place and place of worship; to lease or sell lands and buildings acquired for such purpose; lo enter into contracts for construction of buildings on such real estate; and to do all other lawful acts in furtherance of said purposes. The proposed Articles of Incorporation are now on file in tha Pro- thonotarv's office in the above named court. I. B. SINCLAIR, ESQUIRE 517 Welsh Street Chester, Pennsylvania Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the provisions of Act of Assembly, No. 380, approved May 24th, 1945, of intention to file In the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburo, Pennsylvania, and in the Office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County, on Tuesday, the 7fh day of April, 1964, a certificate for the conduct of the business In Delaware County Pennsylvania, under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of PIKE MOTOR COMPANY, wilti its principle Place of business at 746 Chester Pike, Prospect Park, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The name and address of the person owning or interested In said business Is ROBERT COHEN, 8561 Fay- 5tte Street, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, and EMILIO IANNOCCONE, 5341 Beulah Street, Philadelphia, Phila- delphla County, Pennsylvania. THE BOROUGH OF PARKSIDE Notice is hereby given that the Parkslde Zoning Board of Adlusl- ment will hold a public hearing on Tuesday April Nth, 1964, at 8;00 P.M. In the Parkslde Flrehoose for the following purpose: To hear the application of PETER A. DeFEO and the PAD CORPORATION for the Board to grant to them a variance from the provisions of Section 8, Article 1 and Suclion 1-a, Article 3, of the Parkslde Zoning Code, to permit them lo erect multiple, garden type apartment buildings on the 13 acre tract of land situate In Ihe rear of Burden Road and East Chellon Road. All persons desiring lo offer lesli- mony In support thereof or objection thereto are Invited to be present. Parkslde Zoning Board of Adiuil- ment, JOHN M. TECHTON UcreUry "What converts itself into energy at the boiling point? . . . How about my Mom?" LEGAL LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Trustee by the C.C.P., Del. Co., Pa , No. 928 of 1963, to make public sale of premises owned by Louise E Searles Thomas and Robert H Thomas; known as 67 Fairview Avenue, Lansdowne, Del. Co., Pennsylvania, and described: ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, SITUATE in the Borough of Lansdowne, County of Delaware and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the intersection of the center lines of Wycombe Avenue and Fairview Avenue (each fifty feet wide); thence by fhe center line of Fairview Avenue South Sixty-four degrees, twenty-seven .minutes West Sixty-one and eighty-two one-hundredths feet to land of Raymond T. Hoopes and wife; thence by the same passing through the middle of a party wall. North Twenty-four degrees, nineteen minutes West One Hundred seventy- eight and eighty-five one hundredths feet to the Southerly side of a ten feet wide alley, thence by the same extended to meet the center line of Wycombe Avenue North Sixty-three degrees, fifty-five minutes East Fifty-seven and sixty-one one - hundredths feet to the center line of Wycombe Avenue; thence by the same South Twenty-five degrees, thirty-eight minutes East one hundred seventy-seven and three tenths feet to the place of beginning. BEING the same premises which Alia Proskourlakoff, widow, by Deed dated the 3rd day of April, 1944 and recorded In Delaware County, in Deed Book 1257, page 525, conveyed unto J.^Wilmer Berg and Louise V his wife, in fee. AND the said Louise V. Berg departed this life on the llth day of February, 1955, whereupon premises above described vested in said J. Wilmer Berg by right of survlvor- UNDER AND SUBJECT to build- ins restrictions of record. Sale by the undersigned Trustee will be held in his olfice, 710 Fidelity-Chester Building, Fifth and Market Streets, Chester, Pa., at 1:00 o'clock P.M. (E.D.S.T.) on April 28, 1964. Hand money 51,000, balance 20 days after sale In cash. Sale will be subject lo confirmation by the above Court. MURRAY S. ECKELL, ESQUIRE, Truslee . 710 Fidelity-Chester Building Fifth and Market Streets Chester, Pennsylvania LEGAL PROPOSALS cord Township, Delaware Co., Pa Bids will be opened and recorded immediately thereafter, and Ihe bids awarded at the regular meeting on May 11, 1944. Bids must be sealed, totaled, and the envelope marked as lo contents. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Specifications may 'be obtained a the school office. JOHN H. TAYLOR, Secretary DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES Friday. March 17. MM LEGAL PROPOSALS by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of $100.00 and drawn to trie order of the BorouÂ«h of Norwood signed by the Bidder without conditions or Indorsements of any. kind. Specifications and bidding forms are on file and may be obtained at the office of Damon Foster, Civil Engineers,. Chester Pike and Hied St., Sharon Hill, Pa. The Borough of Norwood reserves the right to Accept or reject any bid, or any part, or all bid or bids and to award any bid, or any part of a bid or bids. By Order of Borough Council. (Mrs.) ANN KEPHART, Secretary, Borough of Norwood. PROPOSAL SEALED PROPOSAL, addressed to the Council of the City of Chester, Pennsylvania, will be received in the Office of the Mayor, Municipal Building, Chester, Pennsylvania, until 9:00 A.M., Tuesday, April 14, 1964, and will be publicly opened by Council, at said time for the following police clothing items: Sixty-one Ul) police Summer Uniforms, for: V Chief 5 Sergeants 5 Captains SO Patrolmen, consisting of 1 Chief's coat, 61 caps, 122 shirts, and 122 pairs of trousers; the specifications relating, thereto may be obtained at the Office of the Mayor, Municipal Building, Chester, 'Pennsylvania. Council reserves the right to relect any or all bids, or parts thereof. All bids musf be accompanied by a certified check or corporate surety bid bond in the amount of 10% of the bid. FLOYD J. KRAFT, City Clerk. PROPOSALS ADVERTISEMENT ASTON TOWNSHIP POLICE CAR The undersigned Manager of Aston Township will rgeceive sealed bids, until 8:00 P.M. E.D.T., April 15th, at the Aston Township Municipal Building, 233 Pennell Road, Aston Township, where a meeting of the Board of Commissioners will be held immediately for the purpose cf publicly opening the said bids for the furnishing to the said Township one 1944 new Chevrolet, Plymouth, Dodge or Ford, four door sedan, for Police work, less trade-In allowance for present 1961 Dodge Police Car. Proposal forms and specifications may be obtained from the Aston Township Manager at 233 Pennell Road, Aston Township. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. THOMAS E. MclNTYRE Manager Aston Township 233 Pennell Road Aston Township, Chester, Pfj. BIDS FOR CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES AND FOR GENERAL SUPPLIES will be received up until 8:30 P.M. by the Garnet Valley Joint School Board at its regular meeting on Monday, April 13, 1964, at the Garnet Valley High School, Bethel and Smithbridge Roads, Con- INFORMATION TO BIDDERS Sealed Proposals will be received py The Board of Commissioners tor Tinicum Township, Delaware County, Penna., until 8:00 p.m (E.S.T.), Monday, April 6, 1964, a he Memorial Building, Industria Highway, in the Town of Essington, at which time The Commissioners will convene in regular session in the Board Room of the Memorial Building and all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud for the construction and repair of curbs and sidewalks and for Ihe following materials; f. o. b at the yard, or delivered by truck to such points in the Township as the Highway Committee may direct: Liquid Bitumen Bituminous Surface Course Crush Stones (various sizes) All contracts to extend for a period of one year from dale of Bxecution of contract or from May 16, 1964, to May 16, 1965. Specifications and forms of proposal are on file and may be obtain| d , at "5?. office of Damon and Foster, Civil Engineers, Chester Pike and High Street, Sharon Hill, Address all' bids to Mrs. Doris Scnrader, Secretary of The Board of Commissioners of Tinicum Township, Memorial Building, Essington, Delaware County, Penna., and mark on outside of the sealed .envelope the words "Proposal for Materials" together with names of materials included in the bid. A certified check or bid bond, payable to the Township of Tinicum, for the sum .of One Hundred Dollars (S100.00) must'accompany each Proposal for materials. A certified check or bid bond, payable to the Township of Tinicum, for the sum of Five Hundred Dollars (S500.00) must accompany Proposal for construction and repair curbs and sidewalks The Highway Committee for the Township of Tinicum reserves the right to accept any bid, to reiect any or all bids, or to accept or reiect any part or parts of any bid, and to waive any informalities in the bids. By Order of The Board of Commissioners. (Mrs.) DORIS SCHRADER Jownship of Tinicum RIDLEY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT Sealed bids will be received for the following supplies: General Consumable, Art, Duplicating, Physical Education Athletic, Science, Medical and Dental, Custodial, Vocational-Industrial Specifications for the above may be obtained by applying to the Sec- retarys' office located in the Administration Building, Morton Ave., Folsom, Pa. All bids must be addressed to the undersigned, sealed and plainly marked as to contents and must be in her hands by 8:00 P.M. on Apr! 13, 1964, at which time all bids wil be opened and read. The School Board reserves the right to accept or refect any or al bids or parts thereof. MRS. BERTHA G. COVERDALE Secretary ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS , PARNCUTT-On March H, 1H4, Grace M., wife el Samuel E. PÂ»rn- curt Jr. of 1124 Upland St. Chester. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services Monday, 2 p.m. from the Irnschwdler- Brower Funeral Home, 1*00 E*Â»- mofit Ave., Chester. .Interment Lawn Crofl Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday evening. PEDEN--March 25, 1964, Albert J., husband of Florence M. Peden of 770 Pennsylvania Ave., Garden City, Chester, Pa. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral Mon. 2 P.m. from me William C. Rlaby Funeral Home, IS E: 4th St., Media. Interment Gtenwood Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Sun,' Â«ve. ; . - . PIERCE--On March 25, 1964, Con, daughter of the late Sarah and Josiah Pierce of 416 Hawthorn* Lane, Watiingfcrd. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services Saturday 10:30 a.m. from the Imschwetier B rower Funeral Home, 1600 Edgmont Ave., Chester. Interment Chester Rural Cemetery. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Saturday. No viewing Friday evening. EMPLOYMENT HEU, FEMALE WAITRESSES fw pert ttme work. Aprty In ton between 11 A.M. 4 -4 Lo. Cabin Inn, Â»erfimerÂ» WAITRESSES-Full end pert Hme. Diner experience. ] tfeys. Cell 565-0313 after i P.M. ' : ,, Â· WOMEN-Averaoe u.u hourly. Ne parties. No canvassing. HU 5-1H1 or Kl 3-4323. , ... HELP, MALE SAMMONS--Suddenly on March 24th, 1964, Albert Sr. of 601 W. 7th St., father of Albert Jr., Curtis H., William Wendell, Theodore O,, Wyzetta Ross, Cynthia S. Harris. Relatives and friends, also members of the 8th Ward Rod and Gun Club and the Memorial Ciub are invited to attend the funeral service Saturday morning 11 o'clock from St. Daniels Methodist Church, 4th Edwards Sts. Friends may call Friday evening at Ihe church 7 to 9. Interment Haven Memorial Park. SCEON--March 24, 1964, of 20 Winthrop Drive, Darby, Pa., Frank J., husband of Helen nee Wydro, Survived by son Joseph H., daughter Dorothy M. Gustafson. Grandchildren Christine, Betty Ann, Keith, Annett and Marie. Funeral Mon. 8:30 a.m.. Marvil Funeral Home, 1110 Main St., Darby, Pa. Requiem High Mass Blessed Virgin Mary C-hurch, 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends call Sun. eve 7 to 9. SHAW--March 26, 1964, formerly of Darby, Pa., Estelle R. nee Weed, wife of the late Robert R. Funeral Mon. 1:30 p.m. Marvil Funeral Home, 1110 Main St., Darby, Pa. Interment Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Friends call Sun. eve 7 to 9. ANNOUNCEMENT TOWNSHIP OF , NETHER 'PROVIDENCe Â·"Â· CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION .' FOR JUNiOR PATROLMEN PAY: S37S.OO per month for the six Probationary months. DUTIES: To be personally responsible In an assigned .district or beat during a specified lime lor the maintenance of order, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, and the protection of life and property) to handle other related tasks Â«*- signed by superior officers. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Residence: Resident o the Township at least one year Immediately preceding application, unless ho such resident applicants are available. Citizenship: U.S. Citizen Experience: No special experience required. Education: High School education, or its equivalent, in education, train- ins or experience. Height: Not less than 5 ft., 7 in. Weight: Not less than 140 tbs. . Chest: 37 In. expanded Age: 21 or over EXAMINATION: Subiects: Physical and medical examination, written tests, oral Interview, character investigation. Time 8, Place: Written examination will be held on Tuesday, April 21, 19Â«4, at 7:00 P.M., 6.S.T. at the Township Municipal Building, 214 Sykes Lane, Wallingford, Pennsylvania. APPLICATIONS: Applications may be obtained by mail or personal request from the Civil Service Commission, Township Municipal Building, or the Police Department. Applications must be on file with the Civil Service' Commission of the Township, at the Township Municipal Building, not later than Tuesday, April 14, 1964. R. P. Nicholas, Jr., Secretary Police Civil Service Commission Township of Nether Providence PROPOSAL BOROUGH OF NORWOOD Sealed Proposals will be received by the Members of Council for the Borough of Norwood, Del. Co , Pa until 8:00 p.m. (E.S.T.), Wednesday, April 8, 1964, at which time Council will convene in regular session In the Borough Hall (rear of Fire House), Winona Avenue, Norwood, Pa., and all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud, for the following roadway materials which may be required for repairs and maintenance during the year 1964: Crushed Stones (various sizes). Bituminous materials for penetration (BM-1, C-l), Bituminous Concrete Specification H E-l, Asphaltic Sealer. Borough Council requires that all materials must be delivered by truck at such times and at the locations in the Borough of Norwood which will be designated by the Chairman of the Highway Committee. Address all bids to Norwood Borough Council, in care of Mrs. Ann Kephart, Secretary, Borough Hall, Norwood, Pa., with the words "Proposal for Roadway Materials" written in the lower led hand corner on the face 9f the sealed envelope. Each bid must be accompanied SEALED PROPOSALS The Ridley Park School District will receive sealed bids tor General School Supplies, Art Supplies, Paper . Supplies, Duplicating and Mimeograph Supplies until 8:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday, April 6, 1964 at the High School Building, Free and DuPont Streets, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. Bids are to be mailed or delivered to Henry A. Groff, -'supervising principal, Ridley Park School District, High School Building, Free and DuPont Streets, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. Bids will be publicly opened by the Board of School Directors at the Tome Street Elementary School, Tome and DuPont Streets, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, shortly efter 8:00 p.m Eastern Standard Time, Monday, April 6, 1964. Bids are to be clearly marked as to what area they cover. Specifications, bidding inslruc- ons, etc. can be secured at the High School Building, Free and DuPont Streets, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. The Board of School Directors reserves the right to accept or re- iect any or all bids or any part thereof. A. H. RIDDELL, Secretary Board of School Directors Ridley Park, Penna. ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS DOUGHERTY--On March 25, 1964, George V., husband of the late Mary Reagan Dougherty of 920 Simpson St., Eddystone, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Mon. B a.m. at the funeral home of John L. Clancy, 9th S, Upland Sts., Chester. High requiem mass at the Church of St. Rose of Lima, 9 a.m. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery. Friends may call Sun eve. GIZZ1, John M. Sr.--on March 26, 1964, formerly of 1035 Leiper St., Eddystone. Due notice o the fu neral will be given by the James F. Knoetgen Funeral Home, 746 Kedron Ave., Ridley Twp., Morton Pa. HAHN--On March 25, 1964, Anne Louise, daughter of Virginia E and Alfred Hahn Jr. of 704 Lincoln Dr., Brookhaven. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services Saturday 1 p.m. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 9th and Madison Sts., Chester. Friends may call Friday evening 7 to 9 at the Imschweiier Brewer Funeral Home, 1600 Edgmont Ave., Chester.' JOSEPH--On March 25, 1964, Daisy B., wife of Isaac of 1043 Stokesbury St., Chester. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral Sunday evening 8:30 p.m. from the Imschweiler-Brower Funeral Home, 1600 Edgmont Ave., Chester. Interment Evergreen Cemetery,'Shavertown, Monday 1 p.m. Friends may call Sunday evening. MILLER--suddenly March 26, 1964, Clyde M., husband of Thelma E. Miller (nee Horner) of Swarthmore. Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Monday, 1] a.m. from the Griffith Chapel, 520 Chester Pike, Norwood, Pa. Interment Glenwood Memorial Gardens. There will 'be no viewing Sunday evening. AIR CONDITIONING Air Conditioning Refrigeration A-VALEY ENGINEERS CARRIER AND G.E. SALES SERVICE TR 6-3192 APPLIANCE PARTS AAA REPLACEMENT PARTS Washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. See us! BREHL's 310 E. 17TH TR 2-3335 BUILDING AA BLACKTOP PAVING Driveways, 'parking areas. Free estimates. TR 4-9016, GL 9-1693. ALL TYPES CEMENT WORK PATIOS, DRtVEWAYS, WALKS .1. J. RANDAZZO Kl 4-0447 ALTERATIONS-TILING Modern bathrooms and kitchens. For free estimates call -MAYO PLUMBING TR 2-7646 Financing Arranged BLACKTOP DRIVEWAYS Brolley Bros. Al! work guaranteed. LE 4-9339 LE 4-8946 CAESAR DeBERARDINIS CONTRACTOR All kinds cement work Free Estimate TR 2-6433 CARPENTRY -- Remodeling small and large iobs, fine workmanship at reasonable cost. LE 2-6730. DAMBRO CONTRACTORS TR 4-5911 GL 9-2286 D. E. CLENDENING General Contractor Concrete Brick work. Big Sm.ill Jobs. 610 Highland Ave. 494-0494 FENCING--ALL TYPES Chain link, rustic, basket weave, English hurdle, etc. All expertly installed. Free estimales. TR 4-2378 after 4. HARDWOOD FLOORS - Sanded refinished. 10 years experience. Reasonable. Anderson HU 5-0819. PLASTERING--STUCCOING JOHN H. CARTER TR 4-6568 If no answer call after 5. Times Classified Ads Pay Dividends FURNITURE REFtNiSHING 'ANTIQUES -- Dining, bedroom, pianos, tables, upholstering repairs. Estimates. BECK, HU 5-2776. FURNITURE Refinishing--Touch-up, cigarette burns, scratches. Work guaranteed. EL 6-2962. HANDYMAN ANY KIND Odd lobs. Carpentry, cement work, yards 8. cellars cleaned. TR 4-3570. LANDSCAPING SHAFFER'S TREE SERVICE topping. Shaping, removing cavity molding, feeding removing dead wood. Specializing In shaping evergreens. Phone TR 6-4210. MISCELLANEOUS ASSISTANCE--INCOME TAX DAY OR EVE APPOINTMENTS SAVITS AGENCY . TR 4-7178 EFFICIENT INCOME TAX Service by public accountant, appointments day or eve's. Reasonable rates. TR 4-4456. EXPERT INCOME TAX SERVICE Day or Evening Appointments NEIL MONTELLA TR 6-3303 GENERAL CLEANING HOME AND OFFICE GR 2-7064 INCOME TAX RETURNS Prepared by appointment. Afternoon eves. JOHN C. FINIGAN HU 5-5808 INCOME TAX RETURNS Prepared, reasonable rales. D. Ramage, 640 Penna., Prospect Park. LE 2-8915. INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE--Will call deliver. J. Horan, 1128 Jef- lerson, Woodiyn. 833-1430. PAINTING, DECORATING ALMOST ANYONE COULD HANG these EXTRA heavy wallpapers, 49c to sl.80 a single roll Hanging yourself Is fun. We hang OUR papers J10. room. JOHN M. DEVLIN TR 2-7W9 ANTHONY YADWISINCZAK Paperhanging Scraping. Painting Steam LE 4-*SOÂ« BEAUTIFY your home. $10 labor papers average room. Painting. BERNERO :__ ' TR 6-8427 A SPRING SPECIAL--Painting papering. All work guaranteed. Call HU 5-1908 or HU 5-5306. BETTER PAINTING-lnterior 8. exterior. Papering, neat reasonable. Free estimales. TR 6-5749. FRANK BRADLEY JR. Paperhanglns, Interior palntlno. Free estimates. XI 3-8733. GILBERT'S WALLSCRAP1NO TH 4-70(3 PAINTING, DECORATING PAINTING - Interior, exterior Wall scraping. Free estimates. BILL SHAW TR 2-6770 PAPERHANGING done by Guiseppe Nino, S10 a room. Â»13 W. 8th St. Chester TR 6-6296 RADIO TELEVISION ACE RADIO TV Factory Authorized Service Philco, Magnavox, Motorola 433 W. 3rd St. (3rd 8. Fulton) TR 6-6654 DOUGHERTY TV SERVICE FAST RELIABLE $2 SERVICE CHARGE Call Anytime, DAY, NITE, SUN TR 4-1432 917 Madison St. Chester Goodman Radio Service EXPERT GUARANTEED service on all makes radio and TV sets. 9th S. Ashland. Eddystone TR 2-6171 PETE'S Radio TV Repairs. Eves 8. weekends. 814 Haverford R d , Ridley Park. LU 3-8803. Radio Vision Service Co. 1626 Prov. Chester TR 6-9193 RADIO-TV SALES 4, SERVICE Also RCA Victor Color TV 810 Edgmont 12th 8. Morton EUREKA TV-- $3.50 TR ROOFING , E B W A R D BORAK ROOFING CARPENTRY HOME REPAIRS REASONABLE. 833-5140 2514 Edgmont Ave. T. INGE TR 2-8MÂ» TRUCKING AAA Moving and Storage Co., Inc Local and long distance. Phlla. to a -' if(- an ?.L.f h " a - to F'orlda *nd points within. TR 4-2554. If no answer eÂ»II GR 2-0356. HAVE TRUCK, WILL HAUL CLEAN CELLARS, ATTICS, YARDS HU 5-1465 HAULING -- ANY TYPE, FURNl- TURE, TRASH,-ETC. CHEAP FREE ESTIMATE. TR 4-M58. UPHOLSTERING KITCHEN CHAIRS, Booths, and nooks, custom reupholstered. Immediate service, free estimates. Rufo'l, MA 4-35*5; LB 4-1133, WILLIAMS--On March 22 at Manchester, Conn., Elizabeth, formerly of Chester. Relatives and friends ars invited to attend the funeral Saturday 1 p.m. from.the Bethany Baptist Church, 13th Jilghman Sts. Calling hours Saturday morning from 11 to 1 p.m. from the churcn. Interment Haven Memorial Park. FLORISTS Lily Crosses designed for Cemetery Mlnutellas Brookhaven TR 2-7200 Chester TR 2-6071 CEMiTERY LOTS GLENWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS--4 grave lots. Garden of the Gospel. Reasonable. 494-9038. PH1LA. MEMORIAL PARK -- 4 graves and cement vaults, choice location. Sell or trade. TR 4-3473. IN MEMORIAM JOYNES--In loving memory of my husband and father Charles Joynes who passed away March 27, 1962. Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by wife MARTHA and son CHARLES JOYNES JR. PERSONALS AUTO DRIVING COURSES BEHIND THE WHEEL INSTRUCTION LE 2-2077 BRAND NEW--Wedding gowns, designers samples. 139.?5 to S79.95. Bridesmaid dresses S22.95 up.' Jen Macfcrell, GL 9-3335. Custom made snlris, suits, trousers, skirts, double breasted mÂ»da single. Rehrman. TR 2-5412. PRIVATE DETECTIVE Divorce evidence, missing persons, complete investigation service. Free consultation. Del. Valley Detective Agency, 252 Long Lane, Upper Darby. FL 2-5411. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES America's Finest Personnel System SNELLING AND SPELLING 710 WELSH 6910 Market Daily 9-5 CHESTER TR 6-4126 Up. Darby FL 2-8080 Mon. 9-8 Sat.. 9-12 HERB JENKINS PERSONNEL SERVICE 311 W. Baltimore Pike Media LO 4-8787 Daily 9-5 Eves. Â«. Sat, by appointment NURSES NEW OPENING MARTIN'S NURSES REGISTRY To Register Call Kl 3-0516 Eves. HELP, FEMALE COOK--Institutional experience, for large school In Delaware Co. Car necessary, LO 6-8184. DORMITORY SUPERVISOR -- Del. Co. private teen-age boy's school. Live In, year round salary. 10 mo. school yr. Call LO 6-7634. EARN WHILE YOU LEARN--No limit to Income! TR 4-6809, TR 6-0565, TR 4-2393. HOUSEKEEPER--Companion to elderly lady. Sleep in, board plus salary. Write Box 40-P, Daily Times, Chester. HOUSE PARENT -- For private school. Local, live In. $175 month and meals. TR 6-8377. Employment Agency. 'IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT" for two (2) refined women to service excellent territories In GARDEN CITY and PARKSIDE. Start earning right away. AVON COSMETICS are very much In demand and are easy to sell, Experience unnecessary. Call 353-0932 or write Mrs. A. Hogan, Box 162, Broomall, MATURE WOMAN for day work. $1 per hour. Apply at K. E. Drive-In, 4300 W. 9th ,St. NURSE-RN for 11 fo 7 shift In 50 bed hospital of residential school near Media. LO 6-8184. OFFICE WORKERS WHAT IS MANPOWER? A world wide organization to fur-' nlsh temporary help and complete business services. Register now for Interesting temporary assignments. High hourly salary paid weekly through local banks. NO FEES. MANPOWER, INC. 115 E. 5TH ST. CHESTER, PA. TR 2-6161 PRIVATE SECRETARY For executive front office of one of Delaware County's leading Industries. Must have previous experience, be able to take dictation and be a good typist. Ability to work trnsupervised and handle Intricate details including figures essential. This Is an interesting position,' for neat. Intelligent woman, 'wilh above-average pay and company benefits. Potential unlimited. Write full details as to education and experience to Daily Times Box 700-Y. SALES CLERK for large drug sfore, Lawrence Park Shop. Cent. Must have references, 6 days, 3 even- nings. Employee discount. Schrager's Drug, EL 4-6500. SALESGIRL for retail dry cleaning store. Hours 3 to 9 P.M. Mon. to Frl. Apply B. Gross, State Jackson St., Media. LO 6-7700. SECRETARY f BOOKKEEPER- Full or part time work in Chester "Â·*Â»Â·, GlyÂ« references and other qualifications to Box 34-P, oÂ»lly Times. TELEPHONE Sales work In our Chester office, Salary plus. Call between 3-4, TR 4-5(00. WAITRESS--Experienced, fast and neat. Apply Wicks Big Moe, Â»th t Flower St., Chester, Pa. WAITRESS-Experlenced, first class dining s room, good pay, good hours. Call Kl 4-4481. YOU WILL LIKJ: Home Delivery of fhe "Ttmes", Delaware County's Horn* Newspaper, for prompt delivery service, call TR 64U1. Call today, ASSEMBLERS Steady position for sheet metal 8. copper assembly work. Write Box 41-P, Dally Times, Chester. AUTO SALESMAN--Dealer mainly doing wholesale business has need for experienced, aggressive salesman to take over retail operation. High earning potential for right man. Georse Naimoll Autos TR 6-723Â« BODY MAN--Sheet metal work and painting. Some experience required. Good hours and good pay. Contact KIRK CHEVROLET, West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, Pa. BOYS--Bicycle messenger, 40 hour week. Apply Western Union, 423 Edamont Ave., Chester, Pa. COOK--Short order. Breakfast, lunch and diner experience. Fast. Car necessary. Full time and part- time. Apply Howard Johnson's, Springfield Shopping Center. Kl 3-9928. DISHWASHER--Full time. Apply In person, Naamans Tea-House, Claymont, Del. DRIVER SERVICE MAN I 'Opportunity to develope with growing organization. Salary 8. overtime. Possibility of sales training for right man. Airkem, Sales of .Phils. Sherwood 8-4335 ENGINE LATHE OPERATOR Precision work. Musi be able to do threading and tapers. Mercury Tool i Machine Co., 827 N. Pr.ovj. dence Rd. Media, Pa. CALL SAM F1SHMAN EXPERIENCED TR 4-6354. HARDWARE CLERK--Must havs some experience. Write giving resume of experience and salary- expected. Box 33-P, Dally Times, Chester. Machinet; Operators ': ENGINE TURRET LATHES' HORIZONTAL BORING MILL SHAPER SLOTTER APPLY IN PERSON United Engineering^, and ; Foundry Co. Wilmington Plant Â·';, Christiana 8. Terminal Aves. WilrninstorL 97, Del. MACHINIST OR LATHE OPERATOR--40-hour week. Retirement plan. No phone calls accepted ' Write or apply In person. DuHada- way Tool Die Shop, Inci' *1 West Clearview Ave., Holly Oak Terrace, Wilmington, 9, Delaware MAN OVER 18--Fine opportunity, ftre changer and auto mechanic, 48 hour week, good pay, company benefits. Apply Firestone. Store, 5J6 Church Lane, Yeadon P. Equal Opportunity Employer. MAN--To service Fuller Brush customers In suburbs. $100 per week written guarantee to slsrt. Must, have phone and car. Call TR 4-6945 for confidential Interview A . N C~ Over ] ?' s'Â«Â»dy, delivery, stock work. City resident, days. No Sunday, references. High school grad. Apply In person Chester Arms Pharmacy, 501 Edgmont Ave MATURE MAN--For day work, Â»1 Sao h w ur 9tÂ£ P s'tr K " E - Drlve: ' n ' MEN--Over 20, food stand. Sat. and Sun. 1-10, weekdays 6-n, $1.25 hour. Playfown Park, Baltimore Pike, Springfield. --To collect small debit . In Chester. Must have car. Absolute- y no selling. Call Mr. Jones, LOcusf 8-7824. .: MEN -- Retired or students; work ' r d e " V t r " 1 g drcular PART-TIME - 10 HOURS , $50 WEEKLY We will hire 12 mer, on a part- time basis, who can work ID hourt each week -- evenings and Sat. This rs an .unusual opportunity lor 12 neat appearing--married--over 21 men who can pass a simple UNBIASED SCIENTIFIC " APTITUDE TEST Test Is free and will tfll us If you qualify for these openings. No experience necessary. (No other time) Providence Room, Media Inn Apply Tues. 7:30 P.M. POOL M A N A G E R " Interesting local position with varied responsibilities for summer 1W4 now open. Applicants with managerial experience may write listing qualifications date available, phone, address, salary requirement to Box 3Â» - P. Dally Times, Chester, interi views arranged In early April. PRODUCE MANAGER-Experlenc- to for market. Emproymem Agency TR - *-tt7 REFRIGERATION MECHANIC/- Experlenced In commercial equfp- 7*. nf '. v y r . round lob - HU 5-4113, 6 to B P.M. ROOffR-Experlenced In shingling and built-up roofing. Steady work, good pay, good working coDdmpfis. Must be able and willing to work. No piece work. Write Dally TlrSS Box 37-P, Chester. Pa. SALESCLERK-DRIVER For lart. drug ttore, Lawrence Park Shoe Cent, must be reliable, have references, good starting salary. __SchraÂ«er's Drug, EL 6-6MC. " SALESMAN--Experienced only fw Horn* Improvements - All phatts- No tumdowns. C lasers MI ly Too cornmlMlon. Bank financing. Wrile Box a-f, Daily Time*. Ctmltr. '? , AM , P '