Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on May 5, 1969 · Page 4
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- A - DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.). DAILY TIMES . * Monday. May 5, 1969« . - , ' " . Freeman Mrs. Sara S. Hawkins Freeman, 81, died Saturday at her home, 465 Bancroft Road, Moylan, Nether Providence. ; She was the widow of Paul Freeman. Mrs. Freeman was born in Mbylan and lived there all her life'.; She · was a graduate of Swarthmore and was a member of its Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority; She was a member of the Providence Friends Meeting and the P,rovidence Garden Club. Surviving ar-3 two sons, Alfred H. of Kennett Square and Paul Jr. of Danvill, 111. a daughter, Mrs. E. N. Cooper of Walling- f.ord, Nether Providence; .two sisters, Mrs. Virginia H. Bills and Miss Margaret Hawkins, and seven grandchildren ; Memorial services will be 11 ^.nif Wednesday at her home, 465 Bancroft Road, Moylan. : ANNOUNCEMENTS ; DEATHS ' AMMON, MORIS WiLSON On Sat., ^Aav 3, 1969, Moris ' Wilson, v/ife of the late Lloyd ·'···-G. Ammon. In her 59th year. .·'..' . Relatives and friends are invlt- : . eel to atlend the service from '.'.·'the funeral home of Joseph E. '.li'SBoyd, successor to Harold A. '--.Famous, 101 S. Church St., West ':· Chester, Pa., Wed., May 7, 2 . : .-p.m. Interment Birmingham - . '-Lafayette cemetery. Friends may ..';'.tall Tues. eve. ;V v A R U F f O , GEORGE : ··''·-·: On May i, 1969, son of 1he , ;'!ate John and Giovina Aruffo :',·'·=«* 1618 Chichester Ave., LinwocJd, '· : VPa. : -: .·;'.'. Funeral arrangements will be · - '-announced by Ihe Nacreili Funeral ·-. Home. BOWEN, EDNA · ! " ' · - (Nee) Nuliell on May 3, 1959, ' ..wife of the late Alfred V. Bowen, ; formerly of 304 E. 22nd S t . , :;yL*Chesler. rjV ; Relatives and friends are invil- v';;ed 1o attend the funeral Wednes- V.'iAday 2 p.m. from The Imschweiler'!., Brower Funeral Home, 1600 Edg. jmont Ave., Chester, Pa. Inter- ??fment Chester Rural Cemetery. · ':No viewing Tussday evening. /BROWNHILL, MYRTLE V. v ^e Stamet gn May 3, 1969, i'ijjv/He of the late Gerald H. Brown- ;'~.;:hllt of 54 S. Eyre Drive. Age ·*t:'72 years-. -.. l Relatives ant) friends are invit- , cd to attend the funeral services ··· Wed. morning H :00 at the Melvin · ·'· I. Minshall Funeral Home, Middletown 8, Knowlton Rds. .Interment Lawn Croft Cemetery. Friends may call Tues. eve. Iinsehweiler-Brower Funeral Home HOO EDGMONT AVE., CHESTER TR 2-3314 --- 2nd Century of S»rvic» -- Other Deaths LONDON (AP) -- Sir Osbert Sitwell, British poet, essayist ana novelist, died of a heart attack Sunday at his home in Florence, Italy, friends reported here. He was 76. Louis A. Mayer; Retired Millwright Sawicki Mrs. Teresa Sawicki (Savitski) of 1247 E llth St., Eddystone, died Saturday at the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland after a long illness. She was the widow of Anthony Sawicki who died in 1952. Mrs. Sawicki was born in Russia and came to the United States 55 years ago. She was a membr of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality of St. Rose of Lima Church, Eddystone. Surviving are six sons, Alfred with whom she made her home; Edward of Aston, Stanley of Eddystone, William of Milford, Mass.; Marion of Middletown and Peter of Wilmington; two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Norris of Ridley Towship and Mrs. Helen Leonard of Norwood; 14 grandchildren and ten great- grandchildren. The funeral will be S a.m. Wednesday from the Nacreili Funeral Home, 2217 Providence Ave., Chester. Solemn requiem mass will be sung at 9 a.m. at St. Rose of Lima Church, Eddystone. Buria! will be in Holy Cross Cemetry, Yeadon. Calling hours will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. WHITE Funeral Home -·-- TR 6-7474 JOHN L. C L A N C Y Funeral Director 9TH i. UPLAND STS., CHESTER __ TRemont 4-6212 Doz. GERANIUMS fin c s ? UU Pot f ,, SCALLAN SONS FLORIST 15th Edgmont Ave. Chester TR 2-2622 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS BULLOCK, JOSEPH E. In Wilmington, Del. on May 1, 5969, Joseph E. Bullock of Wilmington,-Del. Age 71. Funeral and Interment v/ill b» a) the convenience of the family. D U N L A P , A L E X A N D E R EDWARD, SR. On May 4, 1969, husband of Henrietta Ounlap of Folcrof^ Pa. Due notice ot the funeral will be given by the Griffllh Funeral Chapel. FREEMAN, SARA 5. On May 3, 1969, wife of 1he late Paul Freeman of 465 Bancroft Rd., Moylan. Memorial Service Wed. 11 a.m. at her, late residence. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Terry Freeman Memorial Fund af Children's Hospital, Philadelphia. Arrangements by J. Nelson Rigby Funeral Home, Media. HOARD, ODESSA FAITH YATES On May 3, 1969, of 530 E. lOlh St., Chester, Pa., wife of Marrion. Due notice of the funeral will be given from the Earl L. Foster Funeral Home. MARSHALL, ELIZABETH W. On May 3, 1949, daughter of the lafe Joseph N. and Isabella Ketler Marshall, formerly of 19 W. Hinckley Ave., 'Ridley Park, pa. Funeral services and Interment at the convenience of the family from the lmschweiler j Brower Funeral Home, 1600 Edgmont Ave., Chester, Pa. Please omit flowers. MAYER, LOUIS A. Of 188 Brandywine St., Chadds Ford, Pa., on May 4, 1?69, husband of Ihe [ate Sadie Tcdrow- Mnyer. Age 88 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Thurs. morning at 10:00 at White's Funeral Home, 9th Madison Sts., Chester. Interment Elam Cemetery. Friends may call Wed. eve. MORRIS, HOWARD EARL On May 3, )969, husband of Pauline RhoadBS Morris of 415 E. Lincoln St., Media, Pa. Relatives and friends, also George W. Barlram Lodge F. 4 A.M. No. 298, are invited to attend the funeral Wed., 10 a.m., from the William C. Rigby Funeral Home, IS E. 4th St., Media. Interment Edgewood Memorial Park. Friends may call Tues. eve. Masonic services a p.m. MYERS, LEWIS WEST Of 2109 Clymer St., Philadelphia. Formerly of 234 E. Third St., Chester. Died suddenly May l, 1969, son of Ellsworth and the late Eva Myers. Funeral services 8 p.m. W e d , May 7 at Hie Temple of Brotherly Love, C.C. Church. Rev. Jessie Williams officiating. Viewing siime eve. 6 to B p.m. at the church. Burial Thurs. 10 a.m. Greenlawn Cemetery. SAWICKI, TERESA ( S A V I T S K I ) On May 3, 1969, wile of the lale Anthony of 1247 E. 11 lh St., Eddystone. \ Relatives and friends are v Invited to atlend the funeral on Wed. morning 8 a.m. from the Nacreili Funeral Home, 2217 Providence Ave., Chester. Solemn High Mass St. Rose of Lima Church 9 B.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call Tues. eve. KAMA1SHI, Japan (AP) Jubei Nakarmira, who doctors aid was born in 1853, the year ".S. Adm. Matthew Perry pened up Japan, died of a eart ailment today. At 116, he as believed to be" Japan's old- st man. PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) -- r. Harry N. Wright, 87, presi- ent of the College of the City of 'ew York from 19-11 to 1952, ied Sunday in a retirement ome in Portoia Valley near alo Alto. He also served as resident of Whittier College, ear Los Angeles, from 1918 to 923. LISBON (AP) -- Manuel endes,' 63, one of Portugal's est known writers, died Sun- ay. He was aiso a founder of tie Movement for Democratic Unity, which opposed ex-Premier Antonio de Oliveira Sala- ar in the 1948 and l£58e lee- ions. NEW YORK (AP) -- John J. 'otten, 83, who started his ca- eer as an usher at Carnegie Hail and rose to become its ouse manager and vice presi- ent, died Saturday. Totten ush- red philanthropist Andrew Car- egie to his seat and would ometimes sneak composer Jeorge Gershwin into rehears- 1s. BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) -/Ion-is Schapiro, 86, who ar- ived in Baltimore with 75 cents n his pocket in 1904 and ended p owner of the Boston Metals lo., a ship scrapping firm, died a t n r d a y. Besides having unked some 1,500 ships, Schapi- o was owner of Laurel Race "ourse. Zimmerman v Edward J. Zimmerman, 68 custodian of the Harris Schoo! n Collingdale, died Saturday at he Tri-County Hospital, Sprung ield. He lived at 311 Lincoln St. ; Collingdale. Mr. Zimmerman was born ir Philadelphia and had lived for lie last five years in Collingdale. Surviving are his widow the 'ormer Sadie Ella Fisher; two sons, Edward of Lansdowne rk and L e o n a r d ol Collingdale; two sisters, Mrs. -ydia Boland of Norristown Mrs. Emily Kramer of Yeadon and four grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m Wednesday at the Marvi Funeral Home, 1110 Main St. Darby. Burial will be in Fernwood Cemetery, Fernwood Upper Darby. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funera :iome. Consult us with CONFIDENCE \\'c arc specialists in fully guaranteed rnonumcnis sculptured from Select Barrc Granite. Cullis BARRE GUILD Monuments Memorials BROOKHAVEN THE COMFOftr OF PRIVACY . is of utmost importance to those recently bereaved. That is why we have a special family room, affording full view of services while assuring complete privacy for the bereaved. WM. All FAITHS LEYLER FUNERAL HOME 500 W. 22nd St., Chester ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS TR 6-3202 TAYLOR, JOSEPH J. Husband of Mary K. nee Carroll, on May 3, 1969, of 1005 Tyler iAvc., Darby, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Thurs., 8:45 a.m. Marvll Funeral Home, mo Main St., Darby. Requiem High Mass Blessed Virgin Mary Church 10 a.m. Friends call Wed. eve. 7 to 9. Interment S5. Peter t. Paul Cemetery. THOMAS, DOROTHY M. (Nee) Deoler on May 4, 1969, wife of the Jate William Thomas of 122 E. 9th St., Chester, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday 10 a.m. from the Imschweiler-Brower F u n e r a l ·Home, 1400 Edgmont Ave., Chester, Pa. Interment Lawn Croft Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening. ULEAU, LENA A. Nee Ash on May 3, 1969, v/ife of the tale Henry A. Ulcsu. Formerly of Sharon HIM, Pa. Mother of Mrs. Lena A. Boyle and sisler of Mrs. Ruth Bean. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from the Cavanagh Funeral Home, 301 Cliester pike, Norwood. Hinh Mass of Requiem In the Church of tle Holy Spirit at 10 o'clock, interment Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening 7 to 9 o'clock. WILLIAMS, JULIA (nee Crist) On May 1, 1969, v;idoiv of the late William Williams of 70S Morion Ave., Ridley ParK, Pa. Relatives and friends are Invited to atlend her funeral on Tuesday 9 a.m. from the Cavanagh Funeral Home, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. High Mass of Requiem In the Church of St. Madeline's at 10 o'clock. Interment SS Peter S. Paul Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening 7 to 9. ZABYTKO, ANASTASIA On May 3, 1W9, of 429 Braxlon Rd., Ridley Park. Wife of the late Harry Zabytko. Relatives and friends are Invit- ecJ to attend the funeral on Wed. morning at 8 a.m. from the KantefsKI Funeral Home, SSJ4 W. 3rd SI. Requiem Holy Liturgy St. Mary's Ukrainian Orthodox Church 9 a.m. Interment Lawn Croft Comctrry. Friends may call TUPS. eve. Paraslas at 7:30 p.m. by the Very Rev. Omelan Mycyk. ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD J., SR. Husband of Sadie Ella nee Fisher, on May 3, 1969, of 311 Lincoln Ave,, Collm.jdalc, Pa. R e l a t i v e s and friends are Envlled to the funeral service Wed. 2 p.m. Marvll Funeral Home, 1110 Main S t . , Darbv. Friends calf Tues. eve. 7 to 9. Interment Fernwood Cemetery. Louis A. Mayer, 88, a retired lilhvright from the duPont hop, Wilmington, died Sunday i Sacred Heart Hospital, hester, after a long illness. He lived at 188 Brandywine t., Chadds Ford, Birmingham, or the last 23 years. Mr. Mayer was bora in lavton, Ky., and formerly lived i Chester. His wife, the former adie Ted row, died in 1953. Surviving are three daughters, vlrs. Mildred Kirby of Hockes- in, Del., Mrs. Anthony White ith whom' he made his home, Ammoii Mrs. Noi-is Wilson Ammon, 58, f 720 Summer St., Media, died aturday at the home of her ister in West Chester. She was the widow of Lloyd I. Ammon who died in 1965. Mrs. Ammon was born in ·atavia, N.Y., daughter of the ate James Scott and Margaret oydale Wilson. She was ducated in West Chester and fter their marriage they lived n Gap, Pa., later .moving to dedia 32 years ago. She was member of the First United /lethodist Church of Media. She was emloyed at Cedars rtotel, Lima, Middletown, for a ew years after the death of er husband. Surviving are a daughter, rtrs. Kathy Gabriel of Upper 3 rovidence; two sisters, Mrs. Harriot Cooper of West Chester nd Mrs. Dorothy Mowbray of. 'Hfton Height?, and one grand-' laughter. Services will be 2 p.m. Vednesday at the Joseph E'. "ioyd Funeral Home, 101 S Ihurch St., West Chester. Burial vill be in Birmingham-Lafayette "emetery, West"Chester. Calling hours will be Tuesday ivening at the funeral home. UK! Mrs. Dorothy Salucki of Wilmington; five sons, Lawrence J. of Linwood, Lower Chichester; George D., Albert L. and Clarence W., all of Wilmingtdn, and Harold J. of Boothwyn, Upper Chichester; 42 grandchildren, 77 great-grandchildren and two great-great- grandchildren; and a brother, Edward; and a sister, Miss Vlargaret Mayer, both of Cold Springs, Ky. Services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at White's Funeral Home, 9th and Madison Sts., Chester. Burial will be in Elam Cemetery, Elam Calling hours will be Wednesday evening at the funeral home. Thomas HOSPITAL SPONSORS CONTEST Vlan Dies as Car Hits Embankment CHESTER - Sacred Heart General Hospital is sponsoring an e s s a y contest for all eighth grade pupils attending Chester public and parochial schools. The contest, -with an entry deadline of Saturday, is being conducted in connection with National Hospital Week, MayHl-17. The essay topic is "The Role of Your Hospital in Community Health." First prize is a $25 Savings Bond. Certificates will be given for the second- and third-prize entries. THORNBURY - A 45-year-old ower Chichester man collapsed t the wheel of his car Sunday! ight and it struck an embankment on Mill Road. C. George Aruffo, of 1618 Chi- hester Ave., Lhtwood, was pro- ounced dead on arrival at 10:35 .m. at Riddle. Memorial ospital Middletown,' where he as taken by a Talleyville Delaware) Fire Department mbulance. State police at the Middletown arracks said damage to the ar was minor. Police said they believed the ictim died of.a heart attack, Moi T1S Howard Earl Morris,' 64, a VIedia borough employe, died Saturday at the Riddle Memor- al Hospital, Middletown He lived at 415 E. Lincoln it., Media. Mr. Morris was born in Oxford, and was graduated from Girard College. He had lived n Media for 26 years. He was a member of George W. Bartram Lodge No. 298 F AM; Royal Arch Chapter No. 34; and New London United Vfethodist Church. Surviving are his widow, the ormer Pauline Rhoades; two sons, Thomas E. of Media and Wayne of Ohio; two daughters Mrs. Mary M. Welsh of Virginia and Mrs. Ruth Sharp of Bcoth- wyn, Upper Chichester; a jrother, Wilber of West Chester; wo sisters, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds of West Grove, Pa. and Mrs. Elizabeth Little of Philadelphia, and seven grandchildren. Services will be 10 a m Wednesday at the William C *igby Funeral Home, 15 E. 4th "t., Media. Burial will be in Edgewood loncord Memorial Park, Calling hours will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Masonic services will be 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Zabytko Mrs. Anastasia Zabytko of 629 Braxton Road, Ridley Park, died Saturday in Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester. She was (he widow of Harry Zabytko. Mrs. Zabylko was bora in the Ukraine and came to the United States in 1914 and settled in Chester and lived there until a year and a half ago when she moved to Ridley Park. She was a member of St Mary's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, the League of Ukrainian Women, the Ukrainian National Association Lodge 237 and the Ukrainian American National Home. Surviving ar a daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Crowley with whom she lived; three sons, John Fedyne of Philadelphia, N i c h o l a s Zabytko of Upland and Stanley Zabytko of Chester; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Komar of Eddystone and Mrs. Emma Ludyk of the Ukraine. The funeral will be S a.m. Wednesday from the Kaniefski Funeral Home, 2524 W. 3rd St., Chester. Requiem holy liturgy will be at 9 n.m. at St. Mary's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Croft Cemetery, Lower Chi- Chester. Burial will be in Lawn Chester. Calling hours will .be Tuesday evening, at the funeral home. Parastas will be 7:30 p.m. Tuesday nt the funeral home. Mrs. Dorothy M. 'Degler, Thomas, 56, of 122 E. 9th St.', Chester, died Sunday at the Crozer - Chester Medical Center, Upland, after a long illness. She is the widow of William Thomas. Mrs. Thomas was born in Mahanoy City and had been in Chester since 1952. She was a member of the C h e s t e r Salvation Army. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Fay G u g u z i s of Shenandoah; Mrs. Ruth Murska and Mrs. Dorothy Lehi, both of Green Ridge, Aston; Mrs. Caroline Johnson and Mrs. Faith Roux, both of Chester; two sons, William H. and Robert, both of Chester; three sisters, Mrs. James Doyle of South Bound Brook, N.J., Miss Amelia Degler of Chester and Mrs. Caroline Merrion of Trenton, N.J.; a brother, William E. Degler of Chester and 31 grandchildren. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Imschweiler - Brower Funeral Home, 1600 Edgmont Ave., Chester. Burial will be in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Lower Chichester. Calling hours will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Boweii Mrs. Edna Nuttall Bowen, 87, died Saturday in the Belvedere Nursing Home, Chester, after a long illness. Mrs. Bowen was the widow of Alfred V. Bowen and formerly lived on E. 22nd St., Chester. Mrs Bowen was born in Chester and lived there all her life. She was a member of Madison Street United Methodist Church, Chester. Services .will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Imschweiler - Brower Funeral Home, 1GOO Edgmont Ave., Chester. Burial will be in Chester Rural Cemetery, Chester. There will be no viewing Tuesday evening. Marshall ·Miss Elizabeth W. Marshall, 63, daughter of the late Joseph N. and Isabelle Ketler Marshall formerly of 19 W. Hinckley Ave., Ridley .Park, died Saturday at Fair Acres Farm, Middletown after a long illness. Miss Marshall was born in Ridley Park and lived there all her life. She was a member of Maran-atha Tabernacle Darby. A sister, Browuliill Mrs. Myrtle V. Stamet Brownhill, 72, of 54 S. Eyre Drive Chester, died Friday in the Crozer - Chester Medical Center Upland. She was the widow of Gerald H. BrownhiU. Mrs. Brownhill was born in 'hiladelphia and had lived in hester for 50 years. She was member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester. Surviving are three sons, John of Ridley Park, Ernest o hester and William o f Buckman Village, Chester; daughter, Mrs. G e r a 1 d i ne ennington of Tampa, Fla.; seven grandchildren and one ;reat-grandson. Services will be 11 a.m, Vednesday at the Melvin I, Minshall Funeral Home Vliddletown and K n o w Iton loads, Middletown. Burial wit 3e in Lawn Croft Cemetery Lower Chichester. Calling hours will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. of Ridley Park Marshall survives. Services and burial at the convenience of the family BLH Receives Pump Contract EDDYSTONE -- Baldwin Jma-Hamilton Corp. h a J ·eceived a contract for four :irculating water pumps from the Bachtel Corp., engineers and contractors for the Arkansa 3 ower and Light Company'^ iusselviUe Nuclear Power Plant n London, Ark. BLH also will furnish four electric motors to drive the Dumps. The contract calls for two pumps and motors to b delivered in October, 1970, anc two in December, 1970. The amount of the contrac was not disclosed. .' 4 Bottlers Still Idled By Strike Thirty-nine employes of the Ipca-Cola Bottling Company's ·olcroft plant were still idle oday after more than 600 mem- ers of Teamsters Local 830 'Oted 517-115 Sunday to reject . new contract offered by four 'hiladelphia area bottling firms. The strike began April 16 vhen a three year contract uided between the Teamsters md Pepsi-Cola Metropolitan Bottling Co. Inc., Coca-Cola Bot- ling Co., Seven-Up Bottling Co. and Canada Dry Corp. Frank H. Abbot, a lawyei 'epresenting the four major hot ling companies, said today he :ould not reveal the specific if the rejected offer. The strike initially involved ight local bottling firms, but our of the smaller companies -- Frank,Porto Rico, Gruber's and Booth's -- settled their walkouts Thursday. The union did not disclose the increases gained in the settlement wit! he smaller firms. The union was reported to be demanding a $27.50 increase for drivers, who now average $200 a week, and a 75-cent-an-houi ncrease for production workers, as well as pension, holiday anc 'acation improvement. Philadelphia!! Held for Court DARBY TOWNSHIP -- A 22 year-old Philadelphia man wai arrested at 5:30 p.m. Satuurday after Patrolman W a l t e r Armstead and Joseph Parco said they saw his car swaying from side to side on Hook Road Albert J. Salmon was charge with driving under the influenc Miss Catherine of alcono '- He waived a hearin T\ r .1! _ . _ »-N * jHc*f/"iva T u f f i r T k r\£ +·!·»« Tlnn t-t before Justice of the Peac James A. LoSasso and wa will be released in $500 bail to awa grand jury action. We Have Acquired The Funeral Records of The E. F, White Funeral Home 1885-1942 The Thomas E. Rairdon Funera! Home 1942-1960 The Mary E. pair Funera! Home 1960-1963 Information about Services Rendered by the above firms can be furnished by THE CARR FUNERAL HOME E. 2 1 s t Si. at Providence AVD. Chester, Pa. John E. Carr TR 4-3655 John E. Carr Jr. FAMOUS NAME ( SORRY WE CAN)T 1 I M I M U U J HHPIL I MENTION THE NAME ·· CASCADES. TOPETTES, WIGLETS, FALLS ORDERED SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST OR LOSS! NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU SEE PRICES LIKE THESE ON 100% HUMAN HAIR PIECES! All Sales Final--No Dealers Please! FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK-ALL FINEST QUALITY-NO SECONDS WIGS MACHINE Regular WEFTED 59.95 ONLY 19 i95 WIGS Reg. 89.95 ONLY SEMI-HAND TIED 95 35 CASCADES Reg. 29.95 ONLY 15 95 WIGLETS Reg. 16.95 2 OZ. ONLY 95 WIGS Reg. 139.95 HAND TIED ONLY :95 TOPETTES ONLY, | O Reg. 39.95 95 WIGLETS Reg. 29.95 ONLY 95 WIG BOX 23 E, HINKLEY--RIDLEY PARK CENTER From Chosler oroa -- Drive out Clisiter Pike to Swarthmore Ave. Tuin l«ft 3 blocks to HinM«y A v e . From Media area -- North on Bolt. Pike to Swarthmore Cut-off turn right to Morton Ave. Turn right continuj poit MacDad* Blvd. to E. Hinklcy. OPEN MOM. THRU FRIDAY 5:30 TO 9:30 P.M. SATURDAY 12 NOON TO 5:30 nit hospital spokesmen declined o give a report of cause of death. N · ' ' Aruffo had been employed by he International Union of )perating Engineers since 1961. ie had recently been working n Wilmington, Del. Before 1961, he had operated beer distributorship at his lome. . Born in Marcus Hook, the son of John and Giovina Aruffo, lie md lived in Linwood for 40 years. -^ He is survived by his sisteV, Wrs. Mary Rim, and her hvis- jand, Anthony, who lived with lim; a- brother, Anthony, of Springfield; three 'nieces and one nephew. ,..: Girl Injured In Cycle Fall N E W T O W N - A m McDermott, 15, of 601 Summi Ave., Newtown Sojuare, wa_ njured about 6:45 p.m. Saturday when she fell off the back motorcycle at Main . and Summit Aves. She was reported in . seriou condition today at Haverford Hospital with a cerebra concussion and scalp cuts FIRST BLACK MAY QUEEN SELECTED S W A R T H M O R E - - C Judith L. Lorick, daughter, of Mrs. Evelyn B. Lorick.'of Philadelphia, w a s c r o w n e d Swarthmore. College May Q u e e n Saturday afternoon as the t climax of Parents' Day \ festivities. She was the first-black M a y Q u e e n i n . Swartlimore's history. ' , Miss Lorick, a senior,;' has been a tutor in the',' summer studies program, a campus guide, .a freshman counselor and a hall president. , Her court was composed of Joan Glass o f Pasadena, Calif., ami Barbara Skavinsky .of Warren, Mich., seniors; Avery Taylor of Los Angeles and Kathryn Sharp of Wheaton, ill., juniors; Ellen Edwards of Montevideo, Uruguay, and Erie Pearson of Webb, Miss., sophomores; arid Ljiljana Milosavljevic : 6f i ; Casablanca, Morocco, and Anne Seagrave of Darien, Conn., freshmen. CUP AND SAVE \ Pick-it- I yourself | vegetables » can :^iJ Globe 9-3448 ! POX HILL ! FARMS ! 249 Smithbridge Rd., Elam 1 Concord Twp., Pa. J (Near Proposed Airport) . . Save this ad for | Phone number and address | PRICE BREAKTHROUGH ONJUSIOM KITCHENS Let us show you savings to ;1 ^ ·" eujtom iiKtollotioru-forterv *' Here's How W* Do Jt- , build all ,r own cabinet. W. do our own installations! Corp.ntry, Electrical, Flooring, Plumbing. N0 DOWN ·' N. 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