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Collingdale Woman, 89, Ofesf fter Strofce., COLLINGDALE Mrs. Minnie R. Heilenman, S3, died this morning in Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital, after suffering a stroke and a fall at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy MeikJe. Sll Spruce st. i Mrs. Heijenman fell down thejand Claude Heilenman. preceded stairs irom the second to tne tirst floor at 1:10 a.m. and died at 6: 45 a.m. Doctors said in addition to the stroke she had a skul! frae - ture and broken right hip. She taken to the hospital :n ihc'.Mt. Montrose cemetery, Highland' Yeadon ambulance. J. F. Daniels; ! Retired Fiscal Accountant RUTLEDGE John F. Damebs.Urday, will be buried Thursday in' ituieu una nsv.u wm.,,.... .. . graduate of Sirn?i:sl,.i: - ix State Teachers College, he wasjo.ul floor rafter at the home of employed at the naval base for her niece, Mrs. James Sears Jr.. 4Q years. He was president of the j where she was staying. Navy Yard Development Assn..1 A relative said Mrs. Curione for 14 years and was a member! had been despondent since the of Keystone Lodge No. 271, F. &; death of her husband in 19;1. Ir - A.M. Mr. Daniels was bom at jonically, the woman had just spent McConnelsburg. Pa., and lived hrconsiricabie funds 10 renovate an Delaware County for 3S years. j apartment at 1001 Baltimore av.. Surviving are his wife. Olive 3.::East Lansdowne, and had planned a daughter, Mrs. Helen D. KrugWo move into it the day she died. John F. Jr. of Glenokien. and Hen - i ry S. of Rut'edce: three sisters Mrs. Nell Deshon" of Tamra. Fla Mrs. Rebecca McClure of Cham - bersburg. Pa., and Mrs. Helen Johnston of McConnelisburg; a and seven grandchildren. i Funeral services will be at 9i p.m. tomorrow at the Griffith! Chapel. Chester pk. and Amos - land rd.. Norwood, where viewing will precede services. Burial will De on iriday at .McConnellsburg. NICHOLAS MISTURAK, owner and operator of Nick's auto repair shop on Fairview rd.. Wood - lyn,' died yesterday in Taylor Hospital, tie was 40 and lived at ojO Folsom av., Folsom. Bom in Bethlehem, Pa., he nvec! most of his lite in Chester, moving to Folsom eismt Years ago. He was a member of the vauclain lire Co. He is survived by his wife, Palma Cataldi Misturak; a son, Richard: a daughter, Kathleen: his.' father, Samuel of Chelsea; a sister, Mrs. Bohdan Maleckv, and three brothers. John of Chester. 'Peter of Aston, and Michael of jvoodlyn. The funeral will be at S a. Thursday from the E. F. White Funeral Home, 3rd and NorrLsl sts: Requiem mass will be at 9:oU a.m. from the St. Virgin Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 3rd - and Ward sts. Burial will be in Larwn Croft Cemetery. i - nencis may call tomorrow at tne tunerai home. veiry Rev. Omelan Mycyk will; junQuct requiem services at iSjters, rienry Butler of Isle Mrs 'P - m - Mary Watkins of Brooklyn, n.y. JOHN P. SWEENEY, 57, died at his home. 1225 E. 9th st., Eddy - stone, yesterday after a we illness. Born and raised in Philadelphia, iie was rusiaent or iaoystone tor a year. A machinist, bis last employment was with the Pressure - form Container Corp. of Swarth - tie was the son of the late Pa - trick and Sarah Duffy Sweeney,) and is survived by a sister. Mrs.! Etnn - 1 Ja "L uj - .ou. - i i - roviaence rd., Chester, tV,!," t i u aftcr an extended illness. neral Home 3d and Norris sts... Chester 45 years ago. He worked High mass of requiem will follow at Sun Ship for 30 years before rl,, tmH ll?e ! - o Lima retiring 12 years ago. He was a Church. Burial will be in Hohn member rf the BiblP Prh - tpr - , cross cemetery. Friends may call! at the funeral home Thursday! evenmS - MATTHEW J. MIDDLETON. ! ui - iu., Lenman sr.. usester. diedlmv: a son bpv ismoc last night at his home following ajSiaub Memorial Church. Portland brief illness He was a laboratory Ore.; two sisters. Mrs. Agnes technician at bun Oil Co. the last! Chambers of South Africa and ";relr.si.,. . . . Mrs - Jessie McGowan of Scot - Mr Middleton was bom in Clay - land, and five grandchildren, ton pel., and had been a resident Funeral services will be Thurs - 51.1" lwo wuren. uonneii:st.. Chcstoi .Mciiiiyn, an at nome. oj P - k Ceme - ' - ''terj. Funeral Services Sympathetically r designed with every detail J ' W IMSCHWEiLER M iS'is FUNERAL DIRECTOR W 1600 EDC.MOXT AVE. ! wiiV - n';, rhonc Chester 2 - 33 H M"'"' ' ' ' fall at Home In addition (o Mrs. Meikle. she is survived by two other daugh - ters, Mrs. Samuel Simpson and. Mrs. Pear; Vogel, also both of Collingdale; five grandchildren. I and eight great - grandchildren. Two hust md . Josenh Good' ner ui death, The funeral is set tentatively Saturday from (he Mam Fune Home, Darby. Friends may Friday night. Burial will be I Park. Woman Dies Bv Own Hand ; NORWOOD Mrs. Marie Cu - j ji, ul ouj ljis va., wi i;io): said, hanged herself cm Sat - . - .Tr - wood Lemeterv. Police Chief Charles N. Wa - ton of Norwood said the woman ihansred herself with a lnnfih nf :h,r' jlaTir i - 'otiv! n, - . f ,. , Sears' son, James. 11." about "9:20 after Mrs Curione failed to! i - jonie aownsiairs ior nreakiast. k , . ', , r . "w,,s " - ! The relative said Mrs.Curior.c " J?lm H - Reieliard Chapter 'had left Embreevile Suae Hoari - !1' o Eastern Star, of tal, near West Chester, on Jan. 31, after admitting herself Wee weeks' previously for mental treatment. She was born and raised in the Philadelphia area and had been employed for a time at the F.W. Wool worth Co. in Upper Other survivors include three sisters. Mrs. Kathryn McClarcn of East Lansdowne, Mrs. Frederick Robinson of Upper Darbv and Mrs. Theodore Antonelli of Philadelphia: a brother. Fred Schaaf of Upper Darby, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be Thursday at the McCausland Funeral Home, Glenolden. at 10 a.m. The viewing will be tomorrow night from 7 to 9. MRS. EXZDfA PHTTT.VPS it.ft W. 3rd st., Chester, died Sunday at Chester Hospital. She was the wife pt Harry Phillips who operates a restaurant at 3rd ana .towards sts. Mrs. Phillips was bom in t - OpI p Wight County, Va. and had' een a resident of Chester the! last w years. .v. She was a msmlwr nf St - , no. lels Methoidst Church, Susan! Shands Temple 103, Daughters of iDr - ut, oe w., and beuiah Tent 21. Other survivors inrlnrtf a daughter. BeatT - iep - Uvn c, - a. children; a brother and two sis - and Mrs. Belle Bennett of St. Albans, Lonrr island. Services will be Friday afternoon at 2 from St. Daniel's Methodist Church. 4th and Edwards sts. tsunat will be in Haven Memorial Park. Friends may call Thursday evening from 7 to 9 at the church. SAMUEL G. ADAM, 74 retired; boorse' of st - L0"'3 - Mo - andi Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock C&itu' sislcrs Ml"s - A. Lewis Bough - 1 foreman, died Sunday at his home' ner o Crozerville, and Mrs. Elsie' Church Surviving are hi wife Marnr. let; a daughter, Mrs. Ann Mewha! who is in Germany wherp hrr husband is serving with the Ar - Viewing will be at 7i iu.uuuuw. ounai win ne jniwauuo last year. That figure Snowbound (She Dies After Attack LANGHORN.' a.. wi i jhom woman, formerly a resident of Media for many years, died Sunday in Lower Bucks County Hospital, a week after she w.t stricken with a heart attack In ncr snowoound home, Pi" V irrl - ."aa'etown.of Asia Minor." Mr. Davis' touic Co. in Buck? Counfv able to reach Mrs. Marie Dobas Kirkham of 211 N. Langhorn av. until a day after she was stricken, becaijse of snow - clogged roads. - Mrs. Kirkham dragged herself tt tlie telephone after she became ill and called her physician. Dr. William L. Noe Jr. of lstwhnm ' i - ,uc " - jim - h wrougn snowdrifts to1 ' mr u o c r o r stayed with .Mas Kirkham six hours until a prac c over Mm! of the woman, pending arrival of! the DOZERS CUT PATH It was not until the next day that bulldozers were able to cut a path through the sncw and clear the road to the Kirkham home lur me amou!ance. Her husband. Joseph Ki a retired federal employe, victim of a paralytic stroke. Hp unable to move and couldn't come! io ins wile s aid when s stricken. A native of Austria, Mr ham cam? to this country as a child more than 50 years a?o. She lived in Media many years until k vi?S - ,to LanS,lorn ' .. L Easi?ra Star ritos wi!1 bc con - , c!f , lomoiTOv at S p.m. at the ,c'sorl Kigoy Mineral Home Baltimore ; and Jackson sts. Meere Services will be Thursday nonr at the funeral home. Burial wi! be in Arlington Cemetery. DANIEL T. BOWDEN, wh cdred four years ao after' v ears employment as a carpenter ii aun Ull UO. in - larcii! Honk - died yesterday at his home, 941 Mitchell av, Morton, following a brief illness. He was 69. Born in UDner Prnvidan - P lr Bowden lived in Delaware ronntv all of his life. He was a member) farradav Lodee Knights of Pythias. surviving are his wife, Eveline ..; a son, tdward of Morton, daughter. Mrs. Earl Ellis nf Glen Riddle; a brother. James OL Ira. Haven Baker of Media and Mrs.; tiarrv Kendnck of Folsom. and! live grandchildren. sunerat service will be at 2 m. Thursday at the Will1 C. Rigby Funeral Home, 4th and JacKson sts.. Media, where will be tomorrow ev Burial will be in Glemvood Me morial (jaraens. CHARLES E. HYSORF 1200 W. 7th rlioH Safvr1alr nt - ' Chester Hospital after a two - year! illness. He was ol. Active in Republican Dolitics. he was a lifelong resident of Ches - I ter. we was employed in steel mills in and around Chester and in later years was in the egg and poultry' busiriesss for himself. He was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. He is .survjyed by his parents, Charles' E. and Georgina Johnson Hysore of Chester: a hrolhor May Heiiig of Norfolk. Va the funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday from the E. F. White Fa - neral Home. 3d and Norris sts. Friends may call tomorrow run ning. Burial will be in Lawn Croft! cemetery. Tyler Assessment Cut Appealed media roTrRTuriT - str reduction in the assessment on the John J. Tyler arboretum in - uiuaieiown was appealed nere yesterday by the Middletown School District. The petition filed bv flffieial nr the school riisfrirl f - nnfariHc - lh r the arboretum was 9Cw a reduced by 'the Delaware Coun Board of Assessment and RevisU of Taxes to S23.500 for 1958. The school district contends the decrease is "improper, unreasonable and without justification," and will result in a substantial loss in revenue to the school dis - 1 DELCO SPOTLIGHT Ya Gotta Have Heart It lakes courage when you're raising children or teaching them to' pro;;,ress of negotiations, sicmifi - get outfitted in a fancy costume and take time off to rehearse sone!?antly comenting: "You don't ana aance rouiines - especially when us uiey usea to tie. In fact, you might say "ya gnlia l near' - mats the situation mil at Edgewood School in1 ro.som. wtiere a r nday - tsaUirdav musical is heme staged for &' i - onierences Between Daaaev. Hol - good cause. i ter and Ostroff were held in Mr? Helen Roilly, Ridley Township correspondent for ihc Times writes Fishc'"'s former home at SOS s! about it today. With her stoiy is a picture showinc a preview of Fain;cw nv - Brook - line, before she 0;e can - can chorus line. Read about it and sro it on pq v - , aiGd 1ast Nov - 31 - itnlii thronshoo Hnllcaire. Mrs. irt Tark. Mrj, - dff, Eddjslone, rrospct i UrUb'.i. lit. or ny munlij t"rlly, no 1 Dclco Co HELEN HUNT REPORTS : Tidn Oaks Church Opens Revival Series Tonight TWIN OAKS - A thnm - rrioht vival service is being conducted at St. Matthew CME Church, Thomas Dsginnrng ttns evening. The sneaker will ho Dpv rivrin Davis, pastor of St. Paul flR Church. The theme for tiie re - ill be "Southern Churches for tonight will bo, "The Church i nat uoa iiad Something Against." Rev. J. s. Wilkinsonl is host pastor. The Davis Sisters of Philadel - i phia, radio and recording artists in gospel singing, will be presented in a concert tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the West Branch YMCA. Eldridge Ralston, a member of me stau at Kaciio Station WDRF, is promoter of the affair. CLASS l TO MKET Mrs. Geneva Roane will be hos tess to Class 31 of St. Daniel's! Methodist Church for the Febru ary meetme tome it at hi hnmo 2121 W. 4th st. Mrs. Mabel Frisby ia ijicmul - iu ana rumen uame s class leader. special meetinc of Rctilah lent n nas oeen called for row at S p.m. at the home oi tne Tent leader, Mrs. Minnii brown, llo Flower st.. t make arrangements for thr - funer vice of Mrs. Exzinia Phi! - Susan Shands Temole of TTlUs 101 h.1S rallM a rull mnnti tomorrow at :30 p.m. at the Klks Home, 1S14 W. 2nd sr., to make funeral ; rrangements fori .Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. - Mary L. Duffy Stengle Continued From Pagi loan to finance school operations m anticipation or a payment trom me stare m April. Board members admitted thev ill have to borrow arklitintta! funds to see the school district! imougn tne remainder scnool year, however. Approximately $13,000 i requir ed every two weeks for reachers' salaries alone. With four morel months of school left, it will re - 1 quire at least 5120,000 just to pay District Offered $2 Weekly Aid COLLINGDALE A physically handicapped Lansdowne man last night . offered io donate S2 a week to the school district to help tide the school system over its current financial problems. John Larkin or Windermere av.. who lived in Collingdale back in l93o, said he would give the money "for as long as I am able or as long as it is necessary." Larkin is a longtime booster of Collingdale schools and has been a familiar figure at school sports events and other activities since 1939, Collingdale teachers. In addition aiere are the normal school oper - ting expenses and it is likelv the board will have to borrow at east another S6S.0OO to sep them: through, or 5136,000. Dr. Vernon H. W. Dessenhprcrpr ol Sharon Hill, educational con sultant acting as superiniender.t or Collingdale schools, will confer with board members in a committee meeting tonight. AX IIIKR SEEN The conference will consider fi - incial needs for the balance of: this year and start preparation of next years tmaget. Scnool directors said last ni.2;ht an increase is anticipated in the tax rate for the! next fiscal year, but some increase! would nave been required anyway because Of the state - mnnriatcri mv raise of S300 parh for rviiiinOTiniD - VafoLmd reported disclniivxr i.. reacners. "u.m uanerry, a former em - Hie Southern Penn Bus Co. not - i p.loi'c of a ""cek.'y newspaper prin - fied the board it will extend cn - dit!C!Pali - v 0tt'ned by Samue! R Did. - . to tlie district lor as long as ncces - aary. me nrm iurmsnes busi" transportation to various school' groups lor sports even's and class! Churchill Still Gains Strength ROQUEBRUN'E - CAP MARTIN Vance 1.7, - Sir Winston Church - j continued to win i - .v. .. .Mnui 'his progress is satisfactory. ... - . - r..D.li. muscles aren't as cooperative have heart - miles and miles and;. o Commutiltj ire Twin OiVi, Mrs. )Mt. Mr. Brttr S - mt. ftnd Mr. Emil Mir . Florence Stcn l, ShMon nill, Colllnittjll is the daughter ruler. Mrs, Phillips, wife of Harry Phillips, local restaurateur, died! unaay morning in Chester hos - pital. She was a member of St. Darnels Methodist Church, and was active in fraternal circles. The women's dav commit!. nf Spencer Memorial UAME Church nas completed plans for its second annual kick - off lunchcoti, Saturday at 1 p.m., in the social activities room of thp rhurrh 3rd and Jeffrey sts. T!iG speaker will be Mrs. Theo - uosia King oi Media, a field rep resentative of the North Caro lina Mutual Life Insurance Co. and an active member of Trinity uAivic unurcn, Media. Mrs, - Addia F, Warrick, chairman o the advisory board of me cnurcn, and a member of Watts School faculty, is chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Florence Harris is general chair man of women's day to be ob served, Sunday, April 27. Rev. Clarence Guy is the pastor. MOXHER - DAUCHTEK BANQUET The Women's Assn. nf Fifth Presbyterian Church will sponsor its annual mother - daughter ban quet triday at 7 p.m. at the cnurch, .ird and Norris sts. I he speaker will he Mr Ttuih iHoartlpy Inral m.hlir - i.aniii. - J anrf mpmhoi - t n vi t 1 rl u .t - ',: J ! san is oresirlenf nf rhp aCrvr - ;, tion. and Mrs. Soohronia HarHv is chairman of the banquet. Rev. Euton E. Williams is the pastor. U.S. Airmen Not Wanted In Britain WASHINGTON 3i - The United States apparently is finding it easier i0 export its missile weap - ons than to deploy Air For its overseas to '.an the special squadrons. This was indicated in yester day s announcement of an Anglo - rt.mei ican agreement w hereby some 60 Thor intermediate ran - missiies will be stationed Britain. Original plans called for Amsri can airmen to handle some of the miie units, cut the tinai ment disclosed they will be manned and operated bv the Royal Air Force Bomber Command aLLi - r tsrmsti launching crew ceive t r a . n i n g in the United FRENCH NEGOTIATIONS The chanee in sie - nnic ,nMf ly stems from - Laborite opposition to setting up any missiles bases in Britain prior to a new attempt! i tujiMg .L - taL - weii tensions at a summit meeting Although both the United States! were silent t th t was understood the i aiias ; ;reement wac - m - i aumguien me conservative einment s hand in its elfiort to wui poptuar approval of the base; Negotiations are now under wa - with France to station intermed; ate range 1,500 - miIp mksiioe ; that country. ChnnlH th - n - - aemann equal treatment and demonstrate their ability tr. rnis would eliminate the need for aepioymg Air Force missile units Probe Continued From Page 1 were he "MYSTERY VITOIAN" And many rumor' re vol ve; e - v - republican leader of Upper1 " . - M;ss Doherty, characterized as! "ie mystery woman ' in the Up - tper Darby scandal scrim ported to nave revealed that conferences regarding the proposed .1.1 - iin.ioiui ueai oegan in Uniober, itiab. m the offices of the former n..chej, - ownccf newspaper, the Upper Darby Telegraph. i.ii: piintipais supped in through of the late Mrs. Hilda Fisher, who nditn me paper for Dickev. uxmviiy is rumored jto nave revealed, the conferees aumcLLmes were joined hy Dickov. Mrs. Fisher, powerful Dickev leader in the 7th Ward in Honor Darby who described hevscltl . licqutnuy as ".ir. Dickev s first lieutenant" in November. 1956 f a month aftcr the land deal talks ; began, is reported to have give" I Miss Dohertv a hm. - iH nn; r "? '' '" th - s lvi11 mean to Sam I iic.teyi ana Ed (Heiler)." ?ne witn?ss is believed to have! lmu,"Ilt: prooers mat many of Da - rdT K.itett '?y - Mrs - Fisher, believed to , - jLoniam nnta ana coiTcspondence nibbVrt ha't h? Xzpped for examina - swih'luon by the probers. Fined for Slugging MOLD, Wales Ul The Rpv Henry Rees of the Church of England was fined 5 pounds SI! yesterday lor slugging in exam - iner who flunked him nn hi rir;,, ing test. It was Rees' fifth failure. Delco School Secretaries Pick Officers HAVERFORD Wnle Ah - m chuk of Eddystone was elected! president of the newly - organized icianan; county Assn. oi Lduca - tional Secretaries at a meeting in Haverford Junior High School last night. Other officers and thp sr - linni districts they represent include Mrs. Catfceme Bleacher of Sharon Hill, vice president; Mrs. Stella Stevenson of Darhv Twrmchm cording secretary; Betty Evans oil uuuieiier, corresponding sccre - i tary. and Edna IVwnnr nf RiHjQ u - easurer. Mrs. h - Uza - oem laKoius ot Haverford presented the slate as chairman oi the nominating committee Also at last night's meeting the constitution and bylaws. nrcspnK ed by Mrs. Bleacher as chairman or rne bylaws committee, adopted. Some 23 members frnm 11 crhni districts attended the meeting. It was announced that the Pennsylvania Assn. of Educational Secre taries will sponsor a workshop at! i iina.vivaiim. aiaie university April 24 - 26. The next meeting is scheduled! for S p.m. - March 24 at Edrlvstonol nign scnool when Mrs. Helen Jayne Hudson, of the Allegheny Vocational High School in Pittsburgh, wilL be the speaker. Mrs. Hudson is president of the state nation. Red Arrow Bus Hearing Continues PHILADELPHIA - Th Pnhlir utility Commission heari Kea Arrow Lines" application tol aoandon street car sei Westgate Hills and to substitute bus service went into its .wmndi aay roaay. Before the day is over many Westgate Hills residents were ex pected to voice opposition to the application. Arnold W. .Free, vice president i cnarge of oDeratinns fnr thr. Philadelphia Suburban Transpor tation Co., told the PUC yesierdayi that buses would provide faster1 service. Bus travel also would be, safer than trolleys on the West! Chester Pk, route to Westgate iuiia. dL - urning to free. BUS TLME 16 MINUTES It was testified that trolley. t make the 3.7 mile trin from; sin st. upper uaroy to West - gate Hills in less than IS minutes. Frank Hunter, the lines' attorney said buses would make the trip I IS minutes. I The company also has DroDose.L to abolish alt hisrhwav m - aH crossings affected by the proposed' autinaonmenr of street railway - service on the line. tree testified that buses would save riders from rrnssintr w. - t Chester pk. through heavy traffic to board trolley cars which now run down the middle of the high - 1 way. Fire Damages Vacant House CHESTER A vacant house m the 600 block of Cherry st., near Fulton st., was damaged extensively by fire of undetermined! origin at o p.m. yesterday tire Lhief Har said there was considerable dam - ld. But he 'said, no age to .he second floor and rcotltaken. of the brick and framo strii.h.TO M - .. , . , . 1 : ".. ' au: een ne ermined. ho irl fLtl? b!aM ""yiThey are MaS E Kilpatrick'' playinur in the hou. cJL11?, Roberts. rd., Media, and i trom - Box 51 hended'bv Ji5,1nt Fir. ri!p was appre - Thomas McClelland at 3:25 n m yesterday after she rang j a false alarm from Box 152 at 5th and Madison sts. Firemen sa:di the child was standi mi near thV fire alarm box when they arrived! and admitted pulling the alarm.! Sne was turned over to her oar - ' ents. Good Will Fire Co. .. .,Lv L - nuirv Lino at 2lo Lpland st. at 2:24 n m vr.ci.. - i,,r l?Wuf V" hedge! damage. i Thai's - Right - You'll Gel DOUBLE STARTS THURSDAY AT 9TH AND 16 CHESTER (PA.) TIMES Reserve District Deposits, Loans Tapered Off in 1957 PHILADELPHIA Onwth in! me aeposits and loans of member banks in the Third Federal! reserve Uistnct slackened mater ially in.iSDT, the bank's business! review revealed today. . The earnings Picture was mitts! similar to that reported last sum - : mer, the review stated, adding: ! "Reflecting in part higher mon - ! ey rates and bond yields, total earnings pushed upward to a marked degree. But the increase over 1556 in current expense was greater in percentage and not far mon m Qouar terrrts. Income tax payments and other - adjustmenh - also increased somewhat, with the result that net proits available for distribution were little larger 1956." REVIEW ON DEPOSITS About deposits, the review had this to say: "Preliminary tahnlatinnc - eu that deposits in the arprratQ in creased only 51 million "dollars curing isa ( to s.618 million dollars after mergers are taken' into ac count. A decline at reserve city Firemen Eye Aid Signs for Handicapped HAVERFORD - a f.n Jdation to accept and possibly pur - ! "'"um invalid signs tori the protection of handicapped residents of this area was made last "gnu at a meeting of the Dela - vd.re county firemen's Assn. Ben Glenn, first vice nrpqidnnf pointed out the need for such signs. If the recommendation is approved signs will be purchased and placed on windows of homes uuuiing une nanaicapoed living in Delco. Several individual fire mm nan. ies in' the county alroariv iw purchased similar signs "and tmt them to use. Should a fire occur at the home of an invalid the 'sign would alert firemen to seek .nantiicappect person in the build ing. The recommendation will .be Studied bv thp.asinHarirm' ui directors and action will be laxen at a March IS meeting other action Emil KpIIpi - chief of Manoa Fire Co.. was tp - appointed as fire marshal for the am uisrrict . (Haverford Tow ship). Fire Catastrophe" was the sub - ! iiect of a talk by Ellis Gimble. He also showed slides of automobile! The meeting, presided over by ham Park' School. Ban Air Fire i - o. was nost. brooknaven Fire Co. will hp liCtst ro me next association meet - juarcn i. Cindering Delay Hit by Chief UPPER PROVlDENTrF. fWfl ot Police William Hampton today charged that a delay in cindering Kirk la. by the state highway department had contributed to three auniuuuu accidents on that thor - ouguiare within the last 4S hour He said that vesterdav hB an. pealed to that department to ci"n - were miured m a miiicinn ... C, . . Kaaaiawood. RntS - iUbtaineu minor cuts and bruises Police said that vesterdav r)wp ! ere tw minor automobile col - !USIons n x ,e same stretch, bull e3CapCd l,' . Burned by Metal CHESTER Edwin Stone. ; Uth st.. was treated ath terdav W firt iXr' . lts "'"s oiio cidcntally'suckhU hand hot! Ai - .nWVt, w r - - I - , & Li : - !i: - Jlu - , P - anci - i PM ?J?JE " ' nni minu Tuu THE BIG NEWS BREAKS IN THIS PAPER TOMORROW! LAMOKIN STS. - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1958 banks, located in Philadelphia, was accompanied by continued expansion at other member banks. Classified by type, the figures reveal further growth in time de posits but a decline in those nsv. able on demand." Regarding loans, the rpviu .observed: The expansion of 91 million dollars in loans to $4,209 million dollars was only about one - third as much as in 1956. The lareest in - jcreases were in installment loans to individuals for personal expen - jditures and in real estate loans, wnn tne increase in business loans a rather poor third. "The increase in loans from year - end to year - end was only 2 per cent, but the average level of loans in 1957 was ahnnr 5 nor - I cent above 1956. Rates of return also were higher, with the result mat income on loans increased 10 per cent and acmti w 'nearly three - fourths of the rise in iorai earnings of Third District member banks, which moved up to 29 million dollars to 359 mil - iliorT dollars i 1957." 2 Pianists Greeted by Full House .CHESTER - Playing to a capacity audience - in Smediey Junior High School auditorium last night the identical Mauney twin pianists, Ernest and tilpc unununity concerts The twins, playing on a specia - ly constructed piano with two key - boards, won an ovntim t. thrilled the audience of local members and reciprocity members from neighboring concerts as - sociations including a large number of children with a complete repertoire ranging from Bach to "Yankee Doodle." Complementing par - h nthor n. fectly on the double keyboards, the performers began with Bach's choral prelude, "Sleepers Awake," then presented iiurnhnrs tvto - jdelssohn, Respighi, Brahms, Scri - ciuui, Ai - enssy ana weber lor the first section of the. program. After the intermix cr - wt;,,.,.. by Pinto, Granados, Dukas, Gauld, completed the formal section. as an encore for the "many ell - behaved children" the Maim. ey twins played' "Yankee Doodle," and finished up with a version of the famous tune as "Beethoven ouid have written it" for thf more sophisticated members of the audience. City Mishaps Injure Tin ee CHESTER - Two children and : woman motorist wp im - yesterday afternoon in three separate automobile accidents. They - iuiuu clL nester Hospital. Injured at 4th and Jeffrey sts. as Karen Perkins. 9. nf 9iiq w 4th St.. George Gyers of 606 Flower st, told police the child ran into the street and was knocked to the ground. Gary Lee Jr., 6, of 1213 Norris dr. suffered bruises of the right leg and knee when he was struck by a car driven hv Tai;L - ; w. dan of 1904 W. 4th st. The accident occurred at 7th st. and Central av. The motorist said the child ran into the side of the vehicle. Rita Prescott. 36, of 21 Ardmore av., Lansdowne, suffered a cut of - the left foot when her car and another vehicle collided at 20th and Chestnut sts. The other motorist was identified as Lincoln Dawson of 2 - 153 Sargent St., Philadelphia. Impact of the collision sent the Dawson rai - intn 'on Chestnut st. Teacher Honored RIDLEY TOWMKHTP pflt - Yacyk. teacher of business education at Ridley Township High School, lias been elected a, member of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of "uia Jri cps - uon, wnicn is an honorary business fraternity at temple University. DISCOUNTS! ' vt lik. it! 3W3V CHESTER.

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