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THEATER (PA.) TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1951 KftEvents. Calendar tiiSonljfht'''. - '". . '," , ' . '. - - I 're CV.i Hanle; fjjCes: Chester - Hotel Slub - .r, hoi;. , 6 ii p m Lions: " - ' mthc &l Dclav ire p - : County Don's Restaurant, Yeadon, 6.33 p. m. Exchange Club: Central Dela - " ." - .w ur Coumy' ': Howard Johnson's, Vcd:a, 6.45 p. m. . . SJ - j '. Thursday Lions: Chester iiotci .uiuonoust, "12.15. p. m. ; .' "' ' Johnson's,' Glenolden. 12.15 p. m. Rotary,: Darby - Lansdov.'ne Don's '" 'Restaurant; Yeadon, 12.15 p. m.; V .Media - Howard Johnson's, Media, v ' ' 12.15 p?rri: r;"r Picou Elected . Baltimore (Ul') Milton J, Picou, ... ot the Philadelphia Evening Bul - gietin, was elected' president of the :'; - re. Ci'fu'.alion Managers' .r - As - .o' - '. - ' - ir.n Tuesday at the - final s. ' , : ;. - f .:. a: - n;:!5l:!m convention. r Cita Sinus . ' Founded 1B76 CHESTER .TIMES PUBLISHING CO Pi'fl.ilsned H'..':y Fwiilr,: !? - : - - ; - . :! : i:c - . y tTJMES EDILDING. CHESTER. PF.KNA. "Chester 3 - 6:61 ' ;i!a' :.'!: :: ' - :' : - o " - ':' . Telephone Media 6 - 0105 '. - : ! r7":;.:. ....i - i'.;: r':. - S:::):: Chauncey L. Fines ..Gi - ne - al Munip .; c 12. NorthrUlga . .Manstgirus Ec tt ::: W1. ntiit - Hrvburu . .AUvt - rt. - .l Media 6 - 0577 r iiatlpn M id Fostonic9 .at C 1 Ye.u :j:0; G Months $8.Ci ABE MARTIN j J'U bet a king hates t' have a ; crisis, come along,, fe'r his job is lonesome - enough ..when, things ':. i are breakin' - fine. Ther's. lots o' :'i( difference between b bin' .entitled ''SI. I' an office an'bein' "qualified ..... ler it.""' . ' 1 Continued From Page One '' 1 of the' 11 Republican "rebels" who have opposed the income tax have indicated that they' would iyote lor the measure today. Tney are senators George N. Wade, Cumberland County, and Montgomery if, Crowe, of Monroe County, - While Senator Dent was playing his cards close to his chest, giving ah impression that he might accept the income tax, there were other impressions, confirmed by several - Democratic senators, that one of the 20 Democratic, vor Id be cast for the measure when it came up for final passage at 4 p. m. Meanwhile, the three alternate c ures approved by tiie Sen ate Finance Committee also faced ui ii ' i i i ! leaders in the senate disclosed how unsure thev were of enactini income tax when they talked Tiles - day of hoidmg the measure on calendar without final vote (od; Following :l huddle of Republic and Democratic opponents, held on the floor of the senate during the: Tuesday session, they acted place the. measure in position lor final showdown today. same time, they agreed to forego delaying tactics at the Tuesday session. The income tax bill would im pose a tax of $5 on every $1000 of income, with a rebate oi st prompt payment ' which theoretically amounts to a $1000 exemp tion. Election Seen Factor With the general election about six weeks off, the effect of an income tax on the voting public is now playing an important wart in the thinking of Doth Republicans and Democrats. Many of them want to duck, any blame for the imposition of such a tax, and the Democrats appear anxious to take credit, for killing it. So far as Governor Fine and ids legislative leaders are concerned. oter reaction to the mcom seems to play ho part. They that anywhere from 5119,000,000 to 51 ,t f "i new tax - r v needed to pay debts and obli gations left by the previous admin istration, and to provide pay In creases for school teachers, as well The teacher and hea'th and wel fare lobby had' been counted on bj the administration to force accept ance of the state income tax. but the 11 Republican senators refused to budge, ana the governor unable to attract support from lite iLic side. In the . meantime, the alternate tax program passed by the house brought' strong protests from busi ness interests, and their lawyers and lobbyists have been urging' senators to accept the income tax. . The amended income tax bill would be imposed for 1951 and 1952, only. OBITUARIES 5 Continued From K; PagM' One O 1 General President T. c. MacDuf - New York (UP) The New York fee. The session will be supervised Giants, only one game baclc oriby Louise A. Porreca, state vice - Giants to Start Series Ticket Sale ... Times Staff Photo .. NORWOOD STATION COMES DOWN Workmen began to tear down Norwood's 7G - yeai: - old railroad station Tuesday in preparation for the erection of a new one - story brick building. The frame building was opened Sept. 1, 3S75. The railroad will complete a temporary station and baggage quarters in the northbound platform shelter. It is anticipated that if there is no delay in procurement of materials, the new station will be completed in three months time. It will be approximately 45 by 17 feet. Brooklyn in the National league' pennant race, announced today that they would Start accepting applications for world series tickets. Each applicant will be limited to ,o tickets for each of the three lmes which would be played at the Polo Grounds Oct. 5, 6 and 1 in the ent the Giants win. the pennant. There will be no public sale of box seats, the Giants said, because the supply is limited and will go to regular season ticket holders. Application must be accompanied by certified checks or money orders and addressed to Peter Hoffman, ticket manager, New York Giants. 100 W. 42d St., New York, N. Y. The price for two reserved grand stand seats to each of the three games which would be played at the Polo Grounds is ?36. Fifty cents must be added to the price of the tickets to cover mailing FELT.ON FIRE CO. " West Indies Cruises S.S. Empress of Scotland Feb. I ..:........'..;... 16 days S400 Feb. Z0 .................14 days $350 SWEENEY & CLYDE TRAVEL AGENTS . ZS E. 5Ul St. Phone 4 - 42! ! Continued From i Page One l,inwood dealer the following Tuesday. Confession Reported All of the items, Finnerty tinued, were admitted by Whal.tn n n ' i it: Ford plant. After confessing, Whalin implicated Jones 'and Thompson, De tective Leander Tassont, of the Chester police, testified. As trucfc drivers for the Nu - Car Carrier Co., each Of the men .had to the plant, according - to ponce. Finnerty also . testified 1 that Whalin admitted tun Jones, presumably for resale,' two truck tires at $20 each; four radios at S15 each; five - heaters at $15 each, - and five batteries at $5 each. Thompson, continued the private detective, also confessed obtaining from Whalin an automobile radio which, according to Finnerty, he sold to John HopKins, in .Edewocd, Md for. $25. . Picvfced Up Radio, Heater Later John Hopkins came to Thompson's home here and picked up another radio' and a heater," testified Finnerty. Jones was Identified by the prl vate detective as the member ol the trio who admitted removing j - the items from the Ford plant. Continued From o Pasre One O Shoes; Helen Murray, Kresge' Ellen Wood and Mrs. lul'i - u Grubb, Lincoln Stores; Jen Star - rantino, McCrory's; 'Edward Mc - Neliss and Mrs. Ada Fannon, Sears - Roebuck. Mrs. Charlotte . Robinson, Si ver's; Albert Cherry, WlntehiH's Mrs. Bertie Goidwater, Sim Ray Drug; Mrs. Ethel Jefferis, Wool - worth's; .Beatrice Greenberg, M. J. Freed Furnitrue; Mrs: Dorothy Canfield, Mark's Department Store I a y ftrm ana , . WPWA ; Mrs . - , N . Haggerty, Rodger's; Mrs. Lillian Ogden, Speare s; Abe Meyers, Tol - lin's; Ann Hamilton, Weinberg's, and Birhey TCamis, Murray's. president and member of the State Board of Cosmetology, and How - Graff, supervisor of the Philadelphia Institute of Barbering. The banquet Will be held at 7 p. m. in Columbus Center ballroom, with the invocation by Father Resch. Introduction of the toastmaster, Blair J. Sharp, sec retary - treasurer, of York, will be by President Pinzu. In addition to the scheduled, ad dress of Governor Fine, there will be talks by Mayor Ralph F. Swarts, biate representative Louis a. Bloom, State Senator G. Robert Watkins. and T. C. MacDuffee, general president oE Associated Master Barbers and Beauticians of America. Monday at 10 a. m. : a program lor the visiting ladies including a tour of Scott Paper Co., a luncheon, and a tour of Longwood Gardens. There will be a convention sion at 10 a. m. featuring a report of the' credentials committee by Alfred Bufano, chairman and fifth vice - president, or Chester. Committee reports will be given at 3 p. m., and at 8 p. m. there will be a Eet - tostether party spon sored by Chapter ' S22, of Chester. with nomination of officers, will be held Tuesday. Local committees - lor the' con - 'ention are: Entertainment - Continued From j Page One i fields' followed reports .here that "Old John lias been 1 lightened by the terrific tonnage coming out ot r.on - umon mines at least 25, 000,000 tons from Pennsylvania alone. Lewis is so pressed for man power in. his drive to - beat back this competition that : he has dered the retired $l00 - a - month coal to pictet u they want their pensions assured. So the. AFL policymakers, having little time for Shakepearean research and - .betas too devote to desecrate their Bible by pulling David phrases to hurl at the old Philistine, simply ignored him. Their bid to CIO was friendly, even Fred W. Ellingsworth : Funeral Held Tuesday Funeral services for Fred - W: Ellingsworth, of 20 E. 15lh st., who died suddenly Friday while at work at Piasccki Helicopter Corp,, were held Tuesday at the E. J? . White funeral home. Rev. Merle F. Win ters, Baptist clergyman officiated. Burial was in Lawn Croft Cemetery. Pallbearers for Mr. Ellingswoi th were Benjamin - Ashley, Overlook Heights; Joseph Kusek, w. d sc; James Long, Bdgmont ay.; Edgar Strohl, Eddystone; John Williams, Marcus Hook, and Joseph Danicki, W. 3d st. . Surviving are his wife. Bertha Kulp. Ellmgsworth; six cniniren, Mrs. William Raughley, Colling - lnora, Mlddl'etown, Del.; Elizabeth, IChesteiv Benjamin, Middletown, Del., and Robert, Chester; two sis ters, Mrs. Charles Glanding and Mrs. Eva Glanding. Milhngton, brothers, William, Milling - 1 ton, Md.; John, Harry, Benjamin and Kenneth, Middletown, Del., and Edward, Coatesville. Mrs. Emma L. Gill ! Boothwyn Resident 60 Years Mrs. Emma L. Gill, 78, wife of the late James B. Gill, uoa Meet inghouse road, Boothwyn, died! I Tuesday at Delaware County Hos pital. She had been Hi almost a Born m Maryland, ivtrs. uhi naa lived in Boothwyn for nearly bQ ears. Her late husband was a general contractor in the . lower Delaware County area. She is survived by two sons. Harry F., of Boothwyn, and Fran - of upland; a aaugmer, Mrs. Ida King, at home; 13 grand children and 16 great - grandcnti - dren. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday from the Ray F. Imschweiler funeral parlors, . 160C Edfrmont a v. Burial will be m Lawn Croft Cemetery. Friends! may call Thursday evening. m m 111 JOSEPH A. SMITH Joseph A. Smith ,;FuUv mindful of our special n p i ility as the parent and the predominant organization of American iabor, especially, in' this hour of crisis, the AFL will wel come the CIO to unite organically with the AFL. In this s propose to empower the incoming executive council to unplement this declaration of policy to the end that organic unification of American labor may soon be realized as achievement of and for our labor movement, our nation, and the entire international free trade union movement," the convention thony Landino, chairman; Al. Regbj RFC: - ,.D victor - (jeiam,, Joseph ..V e n u t o. (' Continued From A Page One gatioris proceed with questions di rectly affecting an armistice. icidflnts 'Closed Ridgway has declared the al leged neutrality, incidents "closed' after UN forces were found ii 'thorough investigations" to have been innocent. He has admitted two other "unintentional" UN trolity breaches. ine UN supreme commander ap parently wants the Reds to agree. among other things, to wipe the slate clean of the 10 charges before he 8 Continued From Page One the!. Lehman amendment would be defeated Mrs, Clara Love Mother of School Director Mrs. Clara Emma Love, 81, mother of Fred L.' Love, secretary of Fol - croft" School Board and member of the local scout committee, died Tues day at: the home ot her daughter. Mrs. Isobel JByeriy, m aouno. urooK. N. J. Mrs. Love . formerly lived in Glen olden and attended Glenolden Presbyterian Church. She was - a member of the Degree of Pocohontas. Survivors In addition to her son. Fred, who lives at 517 Charmont; a v., are James, of Lansdowne, and Mrs. Byerly. Eight granacmiaren also survive. Funeral services will be held Fri day at 2 p. ni. at the McCausland funeral home, 202 5. unester pise, Glenolden, with burial in Mount Moriah Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday evening. st,, a native ol the West End, died Tuesday in Chester Hospital after n illness of Ihree weeks. He was 55. ' Mr. Smith was employed as ' a yard foreman at the International Scrap Iron & Metal Co. for. the last 2o. years. He was a member of St. Hedwig's Church, Fraternal uraer oi eagles and Polisn - Amer - ican Citizen's Club, and was com modore of the old Chester Boat Club. He had also been a member of the Wilson Social Club at one Surviving are his wife, Stella; a son, Joseph Jr.; a brother, Henry, or Chester, and two sisters, Mrs Andrew Chomont,, of Chester, and Mrs. Frank Surowiecki, of New York. The funeral will be held Saturday at 8.30 a. m. from the V. M. Kan - iefskl funeral home, 2524 W. 3d st., requiem - at 9.30' at St. Hedwig's followed by solemn high mass of onurcn. lie win oe ouriea in im maculate Heart Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday evening. Joseph C. :McMenamin Funeral Held today Solemn requiem mass for Joseph . McMenamill. 73. hmthnnri of Margaret McMenamln, 50 W. Lacrosse av., Lansdowne, was sung at St. Philomena's Church, Lansdowne, at 10 this morning, mi. xucjYienamin; an - employe o! Welsbach Corp. - of Philadelphia for more than 50 years, died in' Fitzgerald - Mercy Hospital on Sunday. j.He yas .a past knight of - Philadelphia Council, Knights of:CoIum - Mitai. navigator of Archbishop Ryan General Assembly, and a member 'of the. Holy Name Society and Good Friday, dbservar.ee Corn - In addition to his wife, he Is sur - ived by a son. Jo'senh n ir' nt Springfield, and a sister, Mrs, George Hcckel, of Narberth. Other Deaths Harry . Gratton, .84, British staea actor who made ' his. debut at the , age of four in 'Uncle Tnm - t n.Mn ,ot Buenos Aires, 'Argentina. . ,'. LouLt I. Matthews, 72. former ad - Inlstrative assistant nf fhP Nouai base, at Philadelphia'. . . :Dr; Harry Walderave Stewart, 80. founder nf ' the Stanford' Universitv rimnrf.mnnf - . of philosophy, at Carmel, Cal. . . . tmnr - Josepn k. Davis, 43, chief engineer for the. Great Lakes district of ' the United States ' Coast Guard, at Baltimore, ... Sir George Knight, 77. former . vire.nretMor.h k.l, rtL iAiiiuun. . . . Dr. Itobert ilnahnn Halim. of Eevnf. iff an i, cle of King Farouk, at Cairo. Henry'. Lombardo'zzi - and - Joseph Nowak; registration - Alex Chonez. chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph onnicK, Mr. and Mrs. John Oli, - Transportalion - Joseph AJessan - drini, chairman; Marino DiSantis id Anthony P. Brown; informa tion - Anthony Greto and Adolph Rubin - reception - Joseph Alessan - drini, chairman; Jerry Mercadante Alex unonez, Albert boi Too Late to Classify ANNOUNCEMENTS . Friends may call t Ella (Nellie) Robinson Private Funeral Scheduled Private funeral services for Ella (Nellie) Robinson, of 30 Chester pike, Ridley Park, who died Mondav the Bullion Convalescent Home. Media, will be held at the Ray F. Imschweiler funeral home, 1000 Edgmont av. She . will be buried Chester Rural Cemetery. Burial also will be private and the family asked that no. flowers bo sent. Miss Robinson was born, in Clif ton Heights and canie to Chester 'oung girl. She moved to Ridley Park about eight years ago. She was a member of the Madison Street Methodist Church. Surviving are four sisters, . Mrs. Jane Clements and Mrs. Robert N. Buck sr., of "Chester; Mrs. Joseph w. - Bestow, oi Ridley Parle, . and Mrs - P. - William Raster, of Walling - iaru,i ana a orotner, - - William T. i Robinson; of - Chester! .. ' ULL - r - Ot 1402 Meetlngboiu Boothwyn. on Sept. 25. 155 L.. wltc of me late James E Relatives and rrleads at to attend the funeral sei attend the : LOVE OI .Sot of Joscphli IrlcoUs are invited 'McCausland Fui 9 - Continued. From Q Page One The Tnrinstrv nnrl Lnhtii" finmmit - tee, said M.ateer,. would be respon - ijohn D. MacDermot.t, sibte lor tne soncuation in jo plants, with 12 members assuming the. entire responsibility Tor - three plants each. Representatives oi unions, Mateer indicated, would not be assigned to specific plants, but would liaison men lor all plants m which CIO or 'AFL are bargaining agents. jTne liaison men will be Jack Mul len, Hiram I. Cole, William r. Rob 6 Continued From ?ase One O putting security information into four . classes: top secret, secret, confidential or restricted. The president and members of itralltylhis staff insisted no element ol gree to censorship was involved in the Chairman William M. Boyle's former law . pstrtner, Max Siskind, hr.ileri hcrnre a s - uiale cdit - . - mittee to find out how much - was paid Boyle when their partnership was dissolved in 1949. The senators' wanted to. "clear up confusion" for bona fide accounts or in "kickbacks" for Boyle's political "influence." American Act e will erts, Albert R. Ward, William Fitz - iiiekim the trail of its Snvc: - - tisjalior,lpat"Ck and Karl Anderson. nf Communkra in the: Boston area! Those in charge of i. on Oct. 10 - 11 by questioning "five will be: Frank E - Ritter, co - chair - i named as Com - ; man, wntiim ijied.iie:, jssulisi,i; munists who infiltrated a Lynn, chairman; i. ii. Macr.iwee, A. M. A,r ipl.pntrinp tnMnra The fnm - 1 Andorn, H. D. Humphrey,. Chai did not identify the pros - ! - iaaat - """, j - JUU"iLU"1 pective witnesses except to say ;Rex J. ben, George i. Vincent, ta - they had been identified by Her - ward R. Boedeker, H. J. Michel, Wil liam Medford and Charles J Flounder. Memphis, Tenn. (UP) Maugarie Newsom is the mother of three sets of twins, the oldest, eight years. One other, two. H&LP S SHOE Repairing While Yod Wait Special for Thurs., rU & Sat. HALF SOLES AND RUBBER HEELS NOW 2,95 AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING .& HAT RENOVATING CO, It E. 4th St. OppnsUc Police SU. send his five - man delegation back Plan, and promise - to squelch to Kaesong. i promptly any enort by a govern - This is one of the "conditions" ment official to classify non - secu sought by the Allied command asrity information. . a prerequisite to resumption of the I "The American Deonle havp n fun. He confessed that was the part ; full - scale truce negotiations. I damental right to information about.1 Nation's Pl CSS ii, wrt! uic twmiiuwB msunieiii.!tneir government, and there er una qiieinon mm pi ecipu - ateu I walkout bv the communist from 1 Tuesday's liaison meeting at Kae song. North Korean Col. Chang Chun San, chief Red liaison officer, led his group angrily out of the room after the head of the UN Jiaison Brief Illness Fatal John . D. MacDerhlott, 82. died Tuesday night at his home, 327 W. Front st.. Media, after a - brief lllneso Tin - funeral wiil be held at 8 a.m. Friday at the Rigby establishment, l v. Baltimore av.. Media.. solemn! requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 at - the Church Df the Nativity BVM, followed, by burial in Calvary cciiieier - . Mr. MacDermott, a native of Middletown Township, had resided with the Hippie family at the W. Front street address since 1937, j He had been employed by a Phila - 1 delphia hardware store, but retired In 1Q31. He had resided with his sister, Mary, at 323 V. Front St., from then until her death in. 1937. He Cemetei . day evenin MacDERHOTT On Sept. 2 , of 327 W.' Fro lay 3 e (ho Church, or The Nat ftieaia: i - ricna.3 may can...;mursday Mateer urged a person - to - person i was unmarried. tion to start at an early date, and indicated that a basis for donations should be $10 per em - is five, theiPlave. divided up between the ct he played in the setup, police said. In addition, it was testified that! he took from the plant a battery for his car and sold to Ted Lane another Nu - Car Carrier driver, four radios, at $15 each. Elwood E. Taylor, of 711 Wood sedge rd., Newport, Del., of the Ford plant protection force, test: fied that a recent stock inventory at the plant disclosed the short - "We got on the trail of the sus pects." he said, "when Whalin ap proached someone and offered to sell them two tires. element of censorship direct! 'USS LeilSOrStlip implied, in this order.". Mr. Washinslon (INS) President The order applies Truman's blackout of government hich might aid potential made a proposal. Kinney suggested that the Red liaison officers seek from their superiors the authority to negotiate conditions which would insure renewed armistice talks against fur ther interruptions. The Red liaison officers have in sisted their instructions empow i Truman only to officials and employes of' me executive branch. . . "The public is requested to t operate, but is under no compulsi tnreat oi penalty to do so as result of this order. " At the same time, Mr. Truman ordered each agency to he as dutiful in avoiding over - use of the new regulations' as. In protecting vital secrets. I "I expect each department head his designated subordinate,' Texas produces from one - fourth l?nU?rhStr P6Can CrP f thCur lor resumption of the enemies brought angry charges of censorship today from the nation s press. The American Society of Newspaper Editors promptly labeled the president's action suppression of legitimate news. The ASNE released a letter written last July to While House Press Secretary Joseph Short when members asked their opin - of the new policy, then under Mr. MacDermott suffered a stroke last Friday while on a morning stroll through the neighborhood. Mr. Truman said, "to investigate riDT.f Z - .a : , ' ' ' .,, j the order would 'formalize the them to arrange only the date and?nromntlv x - nti rnrrniiv inv aiir - ir! Li, - . secu - sllpprcssiQn. 0f much GRAY'S MUSIC CENTER LeHLAVC CLARINETS . INSTRUMENTS 111 East FUth Street Phoi ROCKWELL SPRINGS WATER IpproveU by Penna. Dept. ot Health or home, offices atia Taetorj. ELKCTKIC tOOLEBS FOR SALS OR RENT PHONE Z - 33U rity classificatio "As a result of these policies.! ana ns tne result of the clear segregation ot security from non - ; irity information, I hope that to DID YOU KNOW... That HENRY'S is the only store in Chester selling Nationally Advertised Brands of clothing for men, women, and children at Cash Prices with the added convenience of a Charge or Budget account? Stop in todayl 30 E. 7th St. BET. STATE THEATRE which the public is entitled. The editors' letter added: "We strongly oppose an elective order which formally desig - the American people wilt received i ntithoriiv tn cinwifv imormauon as injurious to national security, without definition hat breaches national secur ity and without appeal or re - Britain Warns Iran I On Ouster Decision ! By United Press Great Britain warned Iran today j that its decision' to throw Brittshi oil technicians out of the country i would have "grave effects" for' I which Iran would be held fully re - sponsible. Sir Francis snepnera. isritisn am bassador at Tehran, was instructed to give the warning to Iranian Pre iser Monammea Aipssadegn in . - hat a foreign office spokesman: called the "strongest possible" pro - . test. iv.i'. .': - . warship were, withtn gun; range of Abadan. the great, oit re - j finery and port where the British i technicians were concen.ratca. British troops including picked paratroops were poised, on n cor. - stant alert, within easy flying range of the city. , MINSIIALL'S Funeral Service Edward B. iUinshall m2 - 24 W. Third Street Phone Chester 2 - 2S35 Since 1837 Melvin I. Minshall Kerlin at Eleventh Phone Chester 3 - 4213 'To Serve the Fifth Gcncratio P. Tit 'Funcrai Friday. 2 p. - m. at her Park. Interment private. FrlendR mayS SMITH On, Sept. .25: - 1051. Joseph A.,( . husband ol Stella Smith nf $fiM w S 9th St.. - - ;. - S; ftre invited to attend the lur.cr.il on Saturday ac 8.30 a. ni at V. ,J. Kan - lefifcl it Son Funeral Home. High. Requiem Mass St. ' Hedwig's Church. I Mcrtlii 6 - 1365. 412 N. Jacfcson St.. Me - , . i - JOHN F. CULLIS' SONS Cemetery .Memorials 410 - 12 E. 7ih St. Chester 3 - R718 Our Original and Permanent Locution BUDGET TERMS Open Sunday & tvvcnlncs by Appt. more, rather than less, information aoout their government. . DR. SHORE PLATES REPAIRED While Von Wait Old Plates Rebuilt Lifc New LOOSE PLATES .Undo to Fit Modern Plastic Plates EXTRACTIONS Asleep or Aicakc CASH OR CREDIT Easy Pninienli HOURS Mon Thurs., Frl. to 1 Tuesdij, Saturday J to S Tax Deduction The cost of building air raid shel ters is a deductible business expense tor income tax purposes, according to a ruling of the Bureau of Internal Revenue In Philadelphia. For Dependable I PRESCRIPTION SERVICE m3t MPP NELSON'S HEARING AID BATTERIES FOR All MAKES 923 EDGMONT FMONE 3 - 935 Printing and Stationery Co. "TOT 50" STAFLER with 10BO Staples In Compact Case Georee . White's Funeral Home. Ninth and Madison. Phone Chester 7474. There ts a difference! Adv 98c GRIFFITH FUNERAL CHAPEL NORWOOD, TA. Thomas E. Rairdon 3TJ(WE3SOR 3rd and Norrls Chester PHONE 2 - 3102 SYMPATHY wixn WITH A RELIABLE BACKGROUND RAY F. IMSCHWEILER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1600 EDGMONT AVENUE CHESTER, PA. Phone Chester 2 - 33l4v,,

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