Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1963 · Page 16
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Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Chester, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 31, 1963
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DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) TtartJslay, Jawunr SI, DAILY TIMES Swim Club Elects Aides at Sharon Hill · SHARON HILL-Five new gov- ;jHiwrs were sworn in and officers ·elected' at the swim club's reorganization dinner in Leinhauser's Chester Pike. ; Seated on the board of governors were Mrs. William Graver, Angelo .Costas, William Taylor, Charles Smith and James Kelly. * Charles Brutsche was elected to succeed Ted LaRoche as president; Timothy Shanahan, vice president; Mrs. William Heller, recording secretary; William Locke, financial secretary; and Taylor treasurer. " Named to head the various committees are: Costas, membership; Mrs. Grover, special events; Manny Boyle, pool operation; Norman Dolbrow, Shanahan and Smith, improvements; David Webster, swim team; Kelly, field sports coordinator; Ned Steel, publicity and league representative; and Webster, alternate league delegate. *? -Outing Booked " SHARON HILL -- Members of Tuliy Presbyterian Church senior high Youth Fellowship are plan- ning a weekend at Hill Top Ranch, Feb. 8 to 10. Talks by William Montgomery, youth speaker, will be featured. Sports activities will include horseback riding, ice skating, basketball and volleyball. Rose Tree Union Board to Meet LIMA -- The Rose Tree Union School Board will stage a special meeting tonight at 8, in the library of Penncrest High School. The principal item for consideration will be the final plans and specifications for the district administration building, to be located on Providence Road in Upper Providence Township. The building, planned ·· for fall occupancy, will release office space in Penncrest High School for use as needed classrooms during 1963-64. A postage stamp, ''The Black Honduras" was sold at auction for $24,500 last year in New York City. Swim Club AtColwyn Snubs Cold COLWYN-The cold Arctic'air shrouding the area for the past week hasn't prevented Colwyn frum planning now to cool off this summer. J. Wesley Sulger, treasurer of Colwyn Swim Club, announced construction on .the pool will begin sometime in March, to be completed by May 30. A final membership drive is scheduled soon. Residents who have expressed interest in joining the club will be contacted by the membership committee with application forms. Anyone not reached by the committee may contact Michael Rubillo, 523 S. 2nd St. If openings still are available after the drive, notices will be posted for applications from other boroughs. Artist sketches in full color are on display at 4th and Walnut Sis. and 3rd and Colwyn Aves. These sketches will be displayed at other locations in the future. The board of directors announced that the bylaws have been completely reviewed with the club's lawyer and will be distributed soon. Daily Times Classified Ads Pay of vour choice m ** ··/ SPANISH FRENCH HEBREW RUSSIAN ITALIAN GERMAN The Easy, Inexpensive Way DAILY TIMES LANGUAGE RECORDS HERE'S HOW TO GET YOUR DAILY TIMES LANGUAGE RECORDS ·I SAVI FIVE CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED LANGUAGE RECORD COUPONS. For ex- ample: 1 through 5, 3 through 7, or 17 through J], etc. Theie numbered ceuponi appear each day in THE DAILY TIMES. f\ AN EXTRA OR "BONUS" COUPON IS CAR' RIED IN THE DAILY TIMES EACH SAT. Us. fhii bonui or entire coupon in place of any numbered coupon you may have miised. Buf only one bonus may b* uied with each record order. USE THE ORDER BLANK. The order blank ' appear, frequently in THE DAILY TIMES. Fill In th» neceisory Information and ac- company the order form with the ne:e«iory coupcni. I coupons and SI.25 are required for each record. A ENCLOSE $1.25 WITH YOUR ORDER BLANK "* AND THE COUPONS. Payment may be In cosh, check or money order payable to THE DAILY TIMES LANGUAGE RECORDS. (THI DAILY TIMES cannot be responsible for cash tent through ihe mail.) C MAIL YOUR ORDER TO THE DAILY TIMES ·LANGUAGE RECORDS. P.O. BOX us, Chester, Pa. Remember each order must be accompanied by $1.25 and five conjetu- tively numbered couponi. If you miss a numbered coupon you may substitute a bonus coupon. Coupons have no cash valu* other than in exchange on records. f ALLOW AT LEAST TWO WEEKS FOR DELIVERY. Please ord«r only one record ar a time. Ea:h language course consists of four 10-inch hi-fi long playing records (33Vj RPM), with a total of 40 leuons. Each rec. ord is accompanied by a printed text. Records cannot be exchanged. Tax is included in $1.25 SAVE THIS ORDER BLANK! Uie a separate order form for each record. Pleas* address your envelop* at followsi THE DAILY TIMES LANGUAGE RECORDS P.O. Box 156 Chester, Pa. Dafe 1963 Enclosed ar* five contecutively numbered languaae coupons from THE DAILY TIME1 and $1.25. PHate tend me the following record and conversation manual. (Chock on* lonpuag* and on* record number.) D FRENCH O ITALIAN D KKORD NO. 1 a RUSSIAN n GERMAN MCOtD NO. 5 D HEBREW a SPANISH RECOtD NO. I HCOHO NO. NAME (Print) ADDRESS Apt. or Floor TOWN PHONE MRS. BETT DURR and Steve Opalisky check, install seat belts. Swarthmore Club Booms Seat Belts SWARTHMORE-- The Swarth-i more Rotary Club is continuing ihis week its sale of seat belts r or the benefit of the Pennsylvania Paraplegia Association and the Aid to the Visually Handicapped. Belts may be obtained at the bank on Chester Road next Friday and will be installed free of charge at the fire house from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The seat belts have been tested and approved by Cornell University's Safety Research Division: Lee C. Gatewood is chairman of the Vocational Services Committee of Rotary, which is sponsoring the drive for both charitable purposes and as a safety program. It is coordinated with the local Red Cross, of which Gatewood is disaster chairman. Red Cross workers ar e staffing he bank for belt sales and also vorking on installations at the ire house. 1 William Bush, principal of Iwarthmore High School, is pres-J dent of Rotary; Mrs/Robert' Fudge is local Red Cross chair-! man, and Mrs. W. A. Hepburn! s chairman of Aid to the Visually 1 landicapped. i Receipts from the sale will be used by the Paraplegia Association for medical aid to needy paraplegics, and by Aid for a large- type typewriter for visually handicapped children. Drive Slated HARRISBURG (AP) -- The Pennsylvania National Guard will stage a major recruiting drive during the week of Feb. 16-24. The state adjutant general's office said Wednesday the effort is aimed primarily at making up recent losses due to expiration of enlistments extended during the Berlin crisis. Civic Group To Compile Directory BROOKHAVEN -i A new feature offered residents of the Dotton's MU1 section by the civic association of that name is a directory listing all residents of the section. The directory AvlU list names, address and telephone numbers of all residents living in Button's Mill. A list of qualified "baby-sitters"" will be included. Mildred Dix will servo as chairman of a committee to compile this information. Her committee will consist of Blair Harper, Mrs. Edward Goff and Mrs J o h n Underdown. Another committee appointed by the president of the association, Walter "McCray, is the program committee headed by Mrs, James Tate. Mrs. Masumi Tpra- da, Frankl Kiclar and William Link will assist. Button's Mill which now consist of approximately 125 homes is divided into districts by the association with a representative appointed in cnch district to keep residents informed of its activities and provide pertinent information on borough affairs. At present there are 31 such districts. Additional ones will be added as the section is further developed. New representatives of these districts are: District 1, R o n Roan; district 2, Frank Smith; district 3, Edward Juclg;. district 4, Walter Parsons, district 15, Joseph Hoover, district 6, J o h n Mowry, district 7, Mrs. Marvin Leonard; district 8, Carl Liebeck; district 9, to be appointed; district 10, Jack Foster and district 11, Mildred Dix. MEDIA'"" nt FRANK 8NATBA FEAT. 7:U, t:B COLLEGE fimily picture "QIBOT" starring Jackie Cleato* Feature* - 7:H, ·:?· P.M. ONGRESS On Our New Guuit .Screw "Tbt Chapman RiMrt" Efrem ZimbalUt, Jr. Shelley Winters Feat. 7: M It 9:08 -- Tech, To Be Spoiled? TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. (AP) _ Thirteen-month - old Vicky Lynn Cox, of Little Mount, Ky., can sec a good bit of her family tree in person. Her four grandparents and eight great-grandparents are all living. The oldest is 80. JEFFERY'S FRIENDLY TAVERN 622 EDGMONT AVE. CHESTER The one and only FALL-OUT SHELTER TAPROOM in Chester TASTY SNACKS AND FINEST QUALITY DRINKSI All Draft Boer TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED! MIIIIB RCS BON DINERS BREAKFAST SPECIAL 2 ^ 10PYSTON1 IN-CAR HEATERS--TONITE STARTS 7 and 11 P.M. TONYCuRTIS M A C "GIGOT" "Experiment In Terror" APOLLO "V" "IMITATION OF LIFE" "Where The Bays Are" MANOR P R O S P I C 1 HSHH Trevor Howard William HoJden "THE LIOM" P L U S Robert Taylor Ava Gardner "RIDE VAQUERO" ^.^^..m S I A N t I * A A l f S t N TOWNE NOW PLAYING Performance* 4:00, 1:00, 10:00 JOSEPH E.LEV1NF.,--- MARCEU.O Mastroianni talian EMBASSY PICTURES MacDade FRIED EGGS Hem* fri*» Juice Cofft. ALL WEEK S A.M.-11 A.M. 12th A Edgmont, Ch*st*r · Slot* Providence, Madia · Cedar I MacDad* Blvd., Holme* · Alto at JERRY'S DINER 3215 W. 9TH ST., CHESTER We Catir to Parties, Banquet! CALL TR 4-02S2 - urn Kim · itiirj inwii 1111 sum 2nd Hit Feature 9 P.M. NO MAN IS M ISLAND JEFFREY HUNTER MARSHALL THOMPSQH BARBARA PEREZ E»«tman COLO*: ·acMK MYD. *f (UK IMF. Electric In-Car Heaters TRIPLE FEATURE SHOW 3 COMEDY HITS TONY CURTIS 40 POUNDS orT/touBif --1MBSIKH-«IHMr»-H«E3 BUSK ISIWHi IIW kUim 1MB UK -WM«SIW« · SW Wit ' tossmiBt BOYD CHESTER, PA. The Film everybody is talking about! «r*SCH PlCTUflft A ROBERT SHIR LEY INE PANWlSIOfl PKlS«!tD«HS«)CIIIIO«mIK u»« MIS PMtmeiiow me wmtoMmsis «i!«t MATINEE DAILY AT 1:00 Evening Show Starts at 7 P.M. Features at 1:10-7:10-9:20 P.M. BOYD BIG STAGE SHOW! TOMORROW NIGHT ONLY! . CHISTIB, PA, ANTHONY QUINN STANLEY W A R N E R DAY! JACK PALANCE ERNEST BORGN1NE "BARABBAS" At: 3:15--'1:2ft--7:00--9:SO TR 6-6619 Starts TOMORROW NOW...ADD A MOTION PICTURE : 2 wiowsi 7 p.m. 19 PH. Buy your tickets at the box officn in advance! Many turned away at each performance. Don't fc on the OUTSIDE of an exciting night! Plus the year's best Horror Picture "THE MUMMY 15 TECHNICOLOR TO THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD! HAROLD HECHT BTJIBA J. LEE THOMPSON HAROLD HEGHT mim* EASTMAHCOLOR ·rlfeel MM* ·*· ~T*»V» MM" MleM* * IMt*4 Artl.ts Deter* UkM . ftrj unsn

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