Bucks County Courier Times from Levittown, Pennsylvania on May 21, 1971 · Page 47
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Bucks County Courier Times from Levittown, Pennsylvania · Page 47

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PAGE 24 BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES PENNSYLVANIA FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1971 Fur Remodeling Magic at fletningtan STYLES HAVE CHANGED! Remington can give your fur coat the new look of the 70's! NOW... the fur coat you enjoyed in the sixties, can be restyted and remodeled at Remington into the smashing new longer look of the seventies, the slender "Longuette." the exciting "Midi" pr one of the limitless variations created by Remington's designers. Remington's master craftsmen will carefully match and blend pelts with such expertise that you'll never believe that "now" fashion you'll wear with pride was actually your outdated fur. Come to Remington now for FREE evaluation and cost quotation . . . your fur coat can take on the new "look of the seventies" at a low. low price that will surprise you. Yes. "fur remodeling makes sense at Remington!" ITS FUR STORAGE TIME! Bring your furs to Remington now for the most complete, expert fur storage service to be found anywhere! Remington's technicians inspect, clean, glaze and revitalize your furs, then store them in huge on-premise vaults, offering the ultimate in protective safety! AT THE LOWEST RATES AVAILABLE - . . ANYWHERE! Open Sunday Everyday to 6 P.M.. Wednesday Friday, to 10 P.M. flemington fur company No. 8 Spring Street. Flemington. N. J. THE WORLD'S LEADING SPECIALIST IN FINE FUR SERVICE Short course to 6 bee' offered Delaware Valley College will offer a three-day beekeeping short course from June 9 to 11. This course is designed to benefit both beekeepers and prospective beekeepers. The course will be offered under the direction of Dr. Robert Berthoki. assistant professor of LONDON?: ROME? PARIS? -- Mrs. Frank Borss (left), Mrs. Albert Becker (seated), help Mrs. Charles Mace and Mrs. John Gallagher (standing) cochairmen of the prize ticket booth at Holy Redeemer Hospital's Valley Fair, decide which they'd most prefer. The occasion was a luncheon held recently at Mrs. Mace's Maple Glen home for the benefit of the booth committee. Choice of a European trip or a Caribbean Cruise is the grand prize to be awarded at the Valley Fair on Saturday between 10 a.m, and 10 on the hospital grounds in Meadowbrook. - The giraffe has an 13-inch- long tongue. ' " · · on sale Friday night and Saturday till fate! misses 9 coordinates save 1/3 to 1/2 t»ff ladies 9 cotton knit tops ifperf.reg.2.99-4.J9 · choose from skinny ribs-tank tops-crews · short sleete styles · stripes-soMs-fancjes · easy care cotton-sizes s-m-l matching hot pants reg. 4.99-5.99 choose from cyffed or plan teg styles but ton fronts, zip fr«its,iil*»iii$t|ks solids-fancies-stripes-prints ' . aU colors-sizes 5-15 and 6-16 special purchase ladies'tops 4 s 2.99 reg.'4 · cotton knits-qf Nms-pelyesters-nks · soMs-fancies-stripes · long, short store-tank tops · sizes-small, medium, large Thrift Center Jr. Sportswear-charge it! famous maker 500 pairs men's tcalk shorts · pemalertpress-ieverirM · stUs, strifes, pbMs,faRcies men's golf shirts regulars 3.59 · 65% Master, 35% cf tttn-al cettw · {isset steef e fw f tHer-skert ctlar ·· Ha¥r-tan-{reen-iMe-wwte-yeNir and more · sizes-smaH, medtom, lar{e,-extra lar{e Thrift Center Men's · charge it! shop Pome ray's Leuiftoien, Pa. and Hiflingboro, V.J. 10 a.m. till late _· BRANDEIS --. Alison Brager, it senior at William Tennent High School, Warminster, has been accepted to major in history at Brandeis University. Daughter of Mr. and Airs. Irving B. Brager of 1770 HiB- 9de Road, Soathampton, she has participated in Futare teachers of America, Student Council/ National Honor Soci- ; ety and girls'hockey. . ] . . . : _ Mavfete ; · ^ *'- r at Johnsville Winners of the May JFete . poster; contest at Johnsville Elementary School, Warminster, were posted recently with the large stuffed Snoopy dog mat will lead the : pet parade on Saturday from 3;;to 4p.ni. Tlw jfioldjer of the lucky itkket at the day-long .May Fete will win Snoopy. The poster winners were Heidi Newmeyer, first grade, and Jacqueline Heist, second grade; 'Joseph Kaszan, fifth grade; Mary Kathleen Frynn,. third grade; Karen Heath, sfarth grade, and-Margaret Palmer, fourth grade. Street Rd. signal set Street'Raad will shortly, have another newfiraffic signal " The Bensalem Township Board of Supervisors Wednesday awarded a. contract : for installation of the signal at Street and Mechanicsville Roads , in Cornwells Heights. '__ . Recently for safety reasons -the supervisors have installed several lights on the busyt 50-mile-an- hour. four-lane highway. " Too Fast Street Road (Pa. 132). many persons argue, is 'too fast of a highway and has become a legal drag strip. The location of the new light was 'the scene of several serious accidents, including one fatality. '.. The signal at this location 'had been requested more than a year ago. At one time the Department of Transportation (PennDOT) rejected the request for the state .highway. ...--. _ - -.= "We have been trying to get this light for a long time;-- jit alb.. ·ways seems yoii have to raise 7 some hell or someone dies to get ·; action," said Dominic J.Belardi- no, chairman of the board. ^ : ~-'.:.'^:. .BringsCbeers _' . ; The ·-'announcement- of the in- , stallation plans brought cheers and applause from several resi- ; dents. One who applauded was-: Mrs. Angle Elinich of Mechanics- Police goes too far LOS ANGELES (UPI )-- A motorcycle officer pursuing a nai colics suspect on the Harbor Freeway called for assistance Wednesday night. A few minutes later he-radioed the dispatcher: "Tell the black and whites (squad cars) to slow down, they're passing the suspect." Mrs. Elinich, whose husband in a planning commission member, has crusaded for the installation of the light . : She cited the location of the Neshaminy : VaUey Bank, the proposed race track, and traffic problems as the needs for the light The contract totaling $10,733 was awarded conditionally to the Armor Electric Co. The township engineer will study the bids before work begins. , To Paint Building A contract was also awarded last night to Harry Glaus of Cornwells Heights for painting the outside of the township building. He was awarded the contract on the basis' of his $1,644 low bid. Two other bids were disqualified because no security deposits Were submitted with the bids. . The board postponed the opening of bids on four 'dump trucks until its special meeting on Monday night. ' KANE POOLS IS A RETAR. STORE FUN, s,.d,.d with pool and patio accessories, gas barbeques. Saunas, Full line of pool chemicals at A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD. - APWHEATlRREPftS FACILITY · We have factory trained heater 'specialists, ALL BRANDS, AIL SIZES. MOST PARTS IN STOCK. TBEDYIE4AARS FOOL HEATERS OK MSPUY A SERVICE COMPANY Contract maintenance, repairs, repainting, equipment installation, openings, closings. Cd 215-757-5195-Ask for Milt OH YES! We build pools. Quolity gunite tor II yeors. KAME POOLS, INC. 341 Lincoln H*.,lnghorne ( Pa. biology in cooperation with W. W. "Bill" Clarke. Penn State Extension and Paul Zeigler. PennsyJ- vania Department of Agriculture Further information may be obtained by writing Dr. Berthot at Delaware Valley College. Doykstown. 18901 or calling him 31215-345-1500. v '; ^m- ^ ~ ml I RECORD BREAKING 'MEN'S SHOP BIAS! PROVES AMERICA'S GREATEST BUYS ARE TOPdUAtlTY ITS WIDE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM ITHESE CO ATS ARE FROM QUAUTY AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS ONLY COHP.TO *50-$M CLOTHING FOR THE WELL- DRESSED MAN WITH PRICE IN MMD RT.4t3RT.l,LEVinOWN,PA. OPEN DAILY 10 AJW. to 10 P.M. BMKAMERiCMD CHARGES WELCOME ' master charge

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