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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              WUWAIUfiCOUNTYDAILYTlllES WANT AD ORDER BLANK WRITE YOUR Ad here: one wool per line V If all your Money says is: Bye Bye Better get acquainted with the many out- standing dollar stretcher values in todays Classified sec- tion, the Want Ads. Countless new and like-new items are offered daily. It's the smart way to save in todays modern World. Want Money to Hello to you You can start money coming your way by turning your un- needed items into welcome cash, by using the fast-acting, low cost imm WANT ADS GIVE THIS NUMIEIA JINfiLE TR 4-5252 2..... 3..... 4..... 5..... 6..... 7..... 8..... 9..... 10...... 11...... 12...... 12 WORDS 3 LINES Prepaid 3 6 10 DAYS.............. 13......... 14____ 15......... 16......... 16 WORDS 4 LINES Prepaid 3 DAYS. 6 DAYS 10 DAYS '13.20 17...... 18.___ 19........ 20........ 20 WORDS 5 LINES Prepaid 3 DAYS. 6 DAYS. 10 DAYS. '6.00 M0.20 '16.50 Start Ad.. DATE Remittance Enclosed S.. Norrt6. Address. City.............................. State..............Zip........ Phone......--------------- ARTICLES Of INCORPORATION LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Articles of Incorporation have been filed with the Department ot State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg. Pennsylvania on August 1. 1975 for the purpose of obtaining a Certificate ot Authority pursuant to the provisions of the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Penn- sylvania, approved May 5. 1933, P.L. 364 as amended. The name of the corporation is SHOW TELL MOBILE ADVERTISING INC. The purpose of the corporation is: It shall have unlimited power to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful business for which cor- porations may be incorporated under this act. _____________________. I MISCELLANEOUS The Darby Borough Civil Service Commission announces a test to fill a Police Sgt. vacancy. It will be held at the Darby Borough Hall, 44 No. Ninth Street, Darby Pernia. on August ________________ NOTICE THE PENN CENTRAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Notice is hereby given pursuant to Order and Certificate of Public Con- venience, issued March by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Docket 98916, the Public Delivery or Team Track Service at the Fernwood- Yeadon. Delaware County, Penn- sylvania, will be discontinued effective August 30.1975. C.T.Call Assistant Superintendent of Stations East Room 559 30th Street Station Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 NOTICE There will be a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Tinicum Township to be held at p.m. on Thursday, August 7, 1975 in the Memorial Building. Essington. Pa. to consider an appeal on the part of Adolph N. DeFinizio. Industrial Highway. Essington, Pa. for a regulation set forth in granting him a building permit. Thelma M. Schum ___________Secretary NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT COUNTY OF DELAWARE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM In accordance with procedures established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the County of Delaware, has prepared Environmental Review Record for the following activities proposed under the County's Community Development Block Grant Program Application, 1975: Community Activity Proposed Cost Colwyn, Bosacco Park, Sharon Hill, Former Holy Child Academy for park improvements. Yeadon. Sullivan Tract and Blunston Run, S6.400. East Lansdowne. Acquisition of land for park. Aldan, Senior Citizens' Recreational Area. Clifton Heights. Improve Garchinsky and Diamond Avenue Parks, Glenolden, Improve Borough Park, S16.000. Norwood, Improve Kugler Park, Prospect Park, Improve Moore's Lake Park. 'Swarthmore, Construction of Bike Paths. Eddystone. Improve Park at 9th Savllle.S5.000. DAILY TIMES WANT AD DEPT. 18 E. 8th St. Chester, Pa. YOUR MARKET PLACE 10 BUY HIRE RENT FIND SELL IS THE WANT AD SECTION OF YOUR DAILY TIMES MISCELLANEOUS Ridley Township, Moore's Lake Park, Rent Gym and Senior Recreation, Program, Brookhawn., Improve Edgmont Park, Rose Valley, Construct Hiking Trails, Marple Township, Improve Kent Park, Lawrence Park and Marple Gardens Park, Radnor, Acquire Land, Demolish Building and Improve for Park, Newtown, Improve Brookside and Winding Way Parks, Upper Providence, Improve Cherry Street Park, Middletown, Acquire Land and Im- prove for Park at Lenni Road. Aston. Acquire Land and Improve Eagle Park; Upper Chichester.. Develop. Park Adjacent to Township. Building and Acquire Land for Park at Kingsman Road, Lower Chichester, Improve Yales Avenue Playground. Concord. Acquire Land in Concordville for Park, Thornbury, Acquire Land in Central Area for Park. Rutledge, Budget Fund for Park Facility, S2.000. Biimingham, Acquire Land (or Park, TOTAL, All of the above-listed items involve. the acquisition of land the in- stallation of project improvements in order to provide parks, playgrounds, or other recreational facilities for the citizens of Delaware County and the particular communities in which the activity is to be located. Upon review of the appropriate en- vironmental considerations and established thresholds, it is the finding of the County of Delaware that such activities will not significantly affect the quality of the human environment. As a result of such finding, no further environmental review will be conducted prior to the submission of a request to the Department of Housing and Urban Development to release funds for these activities. Copies of the Environmental Review Record supporting this finding are available for examination at the following locations between the hours of a.m. and 4 p.m.: 1. Office of the Chief Clerk, Delaware County Court House. Front and Orange" Streets, Media. Pennsylvania 19063. 2. Delaware County 'Redevelopment Authority, 116 West Baltimore Avenue, Media. Pennsylvania 19063. 3. Delaware County Planning Com- mission. Fronefield Building, Third and Orange Streets. Media, Pennsylvania 19063. Comments regarding this may be submitted to the County of Delaware, to the attention of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, 116 West Baltimore Avenue, Media, Pennsylvania 19063, until p.m. on August 27.1975. By Order of the Board of Commissioners of the Cpunty.qf Delawarey HARRY A. MC NICHOL. Chairman NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT -COUNTY OF DELAWARE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM In accordance ..with procedures established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the County of Delaware has prepared an Environmental Review Record for the following activities proposed under the County's Community Development Block Grant Program Application, 1975: Larisdowne. Construct Rre House Addition, Morton. .Demolish scattered, vacant, dilapidated buildings, S2.400. Media, Land Acquisition for Historic Purposes, S4.600. Radnor. Remove Architectural Barriers at Township Building, TOTAL. S3S.200. All of the above enumerated items involve the expenditure of funds for the particular item indicated, in order to satisfy a particular community need for the citizens of Delaware County and the particular communities in which the activity is to be located. Upon review of the appropriate en- vironmental considerations and established thresholds, it is the finding of the County of Delaware that such activities will not significantly affect the quality of the human environment. As a result of such finding, no further environmental review will be conducted prior to the submission of a request to the Department of 'Housing and Urban Development to release funds for these activities. Copies of the Environmental Review Record supporting this finding are available for examination at the following locations between the hours of a.m. and 4 p.m.: 1. Office of the Chief Clerk. Delaware County Court House, Front and Orange Streets. Media, Pennsylvania 19063. 2. Delaware County Redevelopment Authority, 116 West Baltimore Avenue, Media, Pennsylvania 19063. 3. Delaware County Planning Com- mission. Fronefield Building. Third and Orange Streets, Media, Pennsylvania 19063. Comments regarding this may be submitted to the County of Delaware, to the attention of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, 116 West Baltimore Avenue. Media. Pennsylvania 19063, until p.m. on August By Order of the Board of Commissioners of the County of Delawarey HARRY A. MC NICHOL. Chairman NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT COUNTY OF DELAWARE COMMUNITY, DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM In accordance with procedures established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the County of Delaware has prepared an Environmental .Review Record for the following activities proposed under the County's Community Development Block Grant Program Application, 1975: Community Item Proposed Cost Swarthmore, Flood Control. Including Installation of Storm Inlets, S9.400. Ridley Township, Construct Storm Sewer, Upland, Construct Storm Sewer, Nether Providence, Construct Sanitary Sewer, .Springfield. Construct Andrews Road. Lewis Road and Fbulke Lane Storm Sewers, Chester Heights, Construct Valley Brook Road Storm Sewer, 5800. Marcus Hook. Budget to Construct Improvements to. Sanitary Sewers, TOTAL, 5120.000. All of the above items involve the installation of storm sanitary sewers in order to provide' those necessary project.improvements to the citizens of Delaware County and the particular communities in which the activity is to be located. Upon review of the appropriate en- vironmental considerations and established thresholds, it is the finding of the County of Delaware that- such activities will not significantly affect the quality of the human environment. As a result of 'such finding, no further environmental review will be conducted prior to the .submission of a request to the Department of Housing and Urban Development to release funds for these activities. Copies of the Environmental Review Record supporting this finding are available for examination at the following locations between the hours of a.m. and 4p.m.: 1. Office of the Chief Clerk, Delaware County Court House, Front and Orange Streets, Media, Pennsylvania 19063. 2. Delaware County Redevelopment Authority, 116 West Baltimore Avenue, Media. Pennsylvania 19063. 3. Delaware County Planning Com- mission, Fronefield Building, Third and Orange Streets, Media, Penmylvania 19063. Comments regarding this may be submitted to the County of Delaware, to the attention of the Redevelopment Authority of the County ot Delaware, 116 Wett Mtlmore Avenue. Media, Pennsylvania 19063, until p.m. on August By Order o( the Board otCommiHionert of County of Delaware? HAWRY A. MC fNCHOL, NWCEOFHttWOF MISCELLANEOUS BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM In accordance with procedures MtattHnod by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the County of hit prepared an Envlronmarrtal Record for the following activities proposed under the County's Community Dmtopment Block Grant Program Application. 1975: Community (torn Proposal Cost Yeadon, Seautification of Church Road Business Area. Norwood, Pave South Martin Lane, Ridley Township. Construct Parking Area, Upland, Street Improvement. Terrace Area, Media, Third Avenue Improvements, Newtown. Restore Bartram Covered Bridge. Chester Heights, Install Bicentennial Historic Road Markers, Trainer. Paving Improvements. S4.200. TOTAL, All of the above items involve street, highway, or traffic related im- provements as indicated for the benefit of the citizens of Delaware County and the particular communities in which the activity is to be located. Upon review of the appropriate en- vironmental considerations and established thresholds, it is the finding of the County of Delaware that such activities will not signlficantly.affect the quality of the human environment. As a result of such finding, no further environmental review will be conducted prior to the submission of a request to the Department of Housing and Urban Development to release funds for these activities. Copies of the Environmental Review Record supporting this finding are available for examination at the following locations between the hours of a.m. and 4 p.m.: 1. Office of the Chief Clerk. Delaware County Court House. Front and Orange Streets, Mefc Pennsylvania 19063. 2. Delaware County Redevelopment Authority, 116 West Baltimore Avenue, Media, Pennsylvania 19063. 3. Delaware 'County Planning Com- mission, Fronefield Building. Third and Orange Streets, Media, Pennsylvania 19063. Comments regarding this may be submitted to the County of Delaware, to the attention of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, 116 West Baltimore Avenue. Media. Pennsylvania 19063, until p.m. on August By Order of the Board of Commissioners of the County of Delawarey HARRY A. MC NICHOL. Chairman ZONING NOTICES CONCORD TOWNSHIP ZONING HEARING BOARD Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held before the Zoning .Hearing Board of Concord Township, Delaware Pennsylvania, at the Con- cordville Firehouse on Wednesday. August 13, 1975 at p.m. to con- sider the petition of Tri-State Dental Laboratories of Delaware, Inc. owner of approximately one acre with residential buildings, situate on the west side of Watkin Avenue approximately 300, feet from the southern intersection of Watkin Avenue and Route 202. .The petition is for a special exception, to permit the operation of a dental 1 laboratory on the property and the conversion of a residential building for the proposed use. The. property is classfiedinaC-2-Azone. MARK WILLOW, JR. Chairman PROPOSALS THE GARNET VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD will receive bids for the following: dairy products, trash removal, tires new and recapped, and athletic cleaning service until p.m. on August 15, 1975. Specifications and instructions may be obtained at the. Administration Building. Garnet Valley High School. Smithbridge Rd.. Concord Township. Delaware County. Pa. The CARD OF THANKS FRANK-We with to wmraly RusMll Members of Veterans of Foreign Wars, reMtoei, friends and neighbors for their kind- ness, sympathy, floral offerings and use ot ears at the death of my Husband and my Father, John W.Frank. MRS. ISABa FRANK MISS BARBARA J.FRANK EVANS-ln loving memory of our grand- son, and our nephew, Maurice on his birthday. A blessed little sunbeam. 0 child of love and prayer. We give to the keeping Of the tender Shepherd's are. Dearly loved and sadly missed by Shirley. Henry Family._________ FLOWERS-ln loving memory of my husband William Henry, who passed, away a year ago today. When evening shades are falling And Cm sitting all alone In my heart there comes a longing If you only could come home 1 think of you in silence And often repeat your name And all that is left to answer Is your picture in a frame. A million times I've needed you A million times I've cried If love could have saved you You never would have died. If steps could be made of heartache and by adding teardrops too I could have built a stairway to heaven And climbed right up to you Deep in my heart you will always stay. Dearly loved and sadly missed by your wife Clara. _________________ MACHETTE-ln loving memory of my husband and our father, Howard' Machette, who passed away Aug. 6, 1975. Remembrance is a golden chain Death tries to break but all in vain: To have, to love and then to part Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart. The years may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never- The memory of those happy days When we were all together. Dearly loved arid sadly missed by wife PEGGY, daughters DIANE. BONNIE ELAINE.' HELPWAWTII) MALE 4 FEMALE AUTOMOTIVE National of Automotive Body I Paint Shop perwncfti body wortorj, for ptrfiwwit work. Year-round work. Good pay. Paid Kyouqualify, call LO 6-1861. Mr. Stop in at BaRipiort South HELPWANTfD MALE LOST FOUND FOUND-Dog, -female, short black hair, Middletown, call LO 6-8944. FOUND-lrish Setter. Vicinity Bethel Ave., Upper Chichester. Call 485- IF ANYONE has or knows the whereabouts of a male black shaggy dog with completely silver gray front legs lost July 5th PLEASE CALL TR 64946 FOR A VERY GENEROUS REWARD FOR HIS RETURN LOST-AII gray male cat with red collar leash. "Smokey" Vic. Secane. Family grieving. Rew. Kl >6172 after LOST Female Doberman Pincer puppy in Marcus Hook. Ears taped, name- PRECIOUS. 497-1480 or HU5-7390. LOST-female German Shepherd, red collar, cut on right leg. Vic. of 4th Central Ave., Chester. Reward. TR 4- .6439.______________________'_ LOST-white Germ. Shepherd dog, 1 yr. old, male. Vic. of 5217 W. Girard Ave., Phila. TR 8-1593 or TR 6- 0193. PERSONALS AM MASSAGE SALON Massage, Sauna Steam Baths FEMALE Operators (302) 762-6480 A BEST.FOR MASSAGES! Gorgeous Topless Females 4 Exotic Oils. App't. Only! Call 302-655-6088.________ A FUN MAGICIAN-Birthdays, Banquets, Fairs, Fund Raisers, etc. Magic Clown avail. SONDEEN. DENTAL PLATES Repaired' and remade same day. Dr. J. Much. 405 Market St. TR 2-4310. J.H. Taylor. Secretary JULY BOROUGH OF COLLINGDALE Sealed Proposals will be received by the Members of Council for the Borough of Coliingdale, Del. Co.. Pa..' until p.m. Monday, August 11. 1975, at which time Council will con- vene In special session in the Board Room of the Municipal Building, 237 Clifton Avenue, and all bids received will be publicly opened by Committee of the Borough tor the construction of 2 six ft. special inlets in the bed of Walnut street east of Woodlawn Avenue. Address all bids to Coliingdale Borough Council, in care of Mr. William McGowan, Secretary, Municipal Building. 237 Clifton .Avenue, Coliingdale, Pa.. 19023. with the words Proposal for 6' Special Inlets" written on face of sealed envelope. Each'bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bind in the amount of 10% of the total bid price and drawn to the order of the Borough of Coliingdale without conditions or in- dorsements of any kind. Plan, specifications and bidding forms are on file and may be obtained at the office of H. Gilroy Damon Associates. Inc., Borough Engineer, Chester Pike and High St.. Sharon Hill. Pa. The Members of Council for the Borough of Coliingdale reserve the right to accept or rsject any. or any part, or all bid or bids, and to award any or any part of a bid or bids.. By Order of Borough Council. WILLIAM McGOWAN, Secretary Borough of Coliingdale NOTICETOBIDDERS THE REDEVaOPMENT AUTHORITY OF DELAWARE COUNTY The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware will receive sealed bids for the construction of the RIVELY AVE. SANITARY RELIEF SEWER, Darby Township, until PM (D.S.T.) on Wednesday, August 13, 1975 at 116 West Baltimore Ave., Media. Pa. 19063. at which time and place all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids are invited on the various items and quantities of work as follows: 1. 525 LF. 8" V.C.P.; 2. 28 wye con- nections; 3. Relay 60 L.F. of existing 24" R.C.P.; 4 Remove 110L.F. and replace with 8" V.C.P.; 5 3 manholes; 6. 290 S.Y. lawn restoration; 7. 110 S.F. sidewalk restoration; 8. 25 S.Y. paving restoration; 9. 20 LF. concrete curb replacement; 10. 135 S.F. concrete driveway replacement. Plans, specifications and contract Documents are on file at the off ice of the Redevelopment Authority and may be obtained during business hours upon dsposit of per set, which shall be 'returned only to bonafide bidders who return the plans and specifications to the Authority on or before August A certified check or bank draft payable to the order of, the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware, negotiable U. S; Govern- ment Bonds (at par value) or a satisfactory bid Bond executed by the bidder, and an acceptable Surety in an amount equal to ten percent of the total of the bid for Site Preparation shall be submitted with each bid. Attention is called to the fact that not less 'than the minimum salaries and wage as set forth in the Contract Documents must be paid on this project, and that contractor must ensure that employees and applicants for em- ployment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex or natural origin. The Recevelopnwnt Authority of the County of Delaware reserves the ri ght to reject any or all bidsor parts thereof to waive any informalaties in the bidding. Bids may be ,betd by the Redevelopment Authority of County of Delaware for period not to exceed forty-five (45) days from the date of the opening of bids, for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders prior to awarding the contract. Redevelopment Authority of the County of Delaware ByJohnMewha.Jr., Executive Director formed band, preferably working. Call after 5 P.M. TR 6-2428._________ REDUCE Excess fluids with Fluidex Tablets, only S1.89at Thrift Drugs. REDUCE Safe Fast with GoSese Tablets E-Vap "Water Thrift Drug._______________________ REDUCE Excess fluids with Ruidex Tablets, only at Thrift Drugs. REDUCE Safe Fast with GoBese Tablets E-Vap "Water Thrift Drug.___________________. TRY SELLING SARAH COVENTRY for 30 days. You have nothing to lose. Call 833-2740. NOTICES CHESAPEAKE BAY SPORT FISHING. 30' boat, twin screws. Parties of 4 to 6. TR 4-5656 (AGENCIES "CARDS OF THANKS DaOfiAVE-Q.org. W. Wt wnh to tin- thwk raMvw, fritndi, ntigh- bon. RM. vfchrtt of ttw Community BUM Churejiand ffcrphy, for ttiMr MndniM, tynpttfiy, cdvtfi wri UM of Mit it flw 4mh of ny Movtd tMBOTd ind our JMfwr. Witt HELEN, and CHUONEN JOSfftt t JENKINS PERSONNEL PERMENENT TEMPORARY 7 W. Bait. Pk., Media. LO6-8787 v 5654310 1 Slate Rd.. Media. HELP WANTED ACCOUNTING-TAXES To fee paid. Degree plus some tax accounting experience.' Call Al Bernard, 302-6554491, BERNARD AGY., 902 Orange St., Wilmington. Del.__________ AIR COND. SERVICE MECHANIC- Excellent opportunity if thoroughly experienced in light commercial residential work. Must be able to do quality work with minimum super- vision. 353-2677. ASSEMBLERS-full time workers. Needed for sheet metal assembly. 4 day work week. Apply: Continental Refrigeration Corp., Paper Mill Rd.. Springfield. Pa.__________ ASSEMBLERS -2 years exp. required. Apply in person, M.F.C. Industries, 400 Chester Pk.. Ridley Park. ATTENTION DEMONSTRATORS Toys Gifts. Work'now thru December. Free Sample Kit. No Experience needed. Call or write Santa's Parties, Avon, Conn. 06001. Phone 1 (203) 673- 3455. Also Booking Parties. ATTEN: HOMEMAKERS-' Friendly Toy Parties is expanding and looking for managers in your area Party Plan experience preferred. Call collect to Carol Day (518) 489-4571 or write Friendly Home Parties. 20 Railroad Ave.. Albany. N.Y. 12205.________ ATTENTION-Have a debt' free Christ- mas-Have a C S B Toy Party. Call TR 2- ATTN: Homemakers Friendly Toy Parties is expanding and looking for managers in your area Party Plan experience preferred. Call collect to Carol Day 518-4894571 or write Friendly Home Parties, 20 Railroad Ave.. Albany, N.Y. 12205. AUTO BODY SHOP-Exp. paint 4 fender 'i repair. Full time. Must have own hand tools. CLEAN UP-Exp. in compounding i waxing cars. Fulltime. T.S. MOTOR CO. INC. 614 WESTTOWN ROAD WESTCHESTER 697-5230 AUTOMOTIVE TRUCK MECHANIC ...with diesel knowledge. First Class only nMd apply. Company paid insurance, holidays and othir fringe bonofits. CONGOLEUM INDUSTRIES, MC. Mtrcus Hook, Pi. 4944100 AUTO MECHANIC lit eta. Stt or cad Tom CoMMr at KEY BUICK. S40 fy Autoftioti vt Mtchmics 4 i AUTO PARTS DRrVffi-Willing to torn ill phases Ot CHI .Jim Kerrigan, WALSH FORD CO., LO 6- 0242._________. AUTO SERVICE ADVISER-for volume VW shop. Rare opportunity to get into Management position with quality dealer. Good earnings, excellent benefits including profit sharing. Contact But Jones CONCORD VW Route 202 Concordville. Pa._______ AUTO SALES LougheadfontiacDatsun A 50 year old company moving to a new dynamic facility, is looking to hire train 4 quality people. Auto sales experience is, not necessary. For more information 4to make an appointment to discuss your future, call TR 6-3314 and ask for Bruce Korsen. Sales AUTO SERVICE AGENTS REQUIRED-by car rental company. Must have valid driver's license, willing to do, shift work. Good benefits. Apply between 9 i. 5. NATIONAL CAR RENTAL, 6950 Norwitch Drive, Phlla.___________ AVON Can't work 9 to 5? The great thing about being an Avon Representative is the flexibility! You can earn money in your spare hours 4 still have time for your family. CallTR 4- 8000 or LE 2-3663. _________ BABYSITTER-Folsom area. In my home for 1 yr. old child. 1 day per wk. 521- 0194.__________ BANKING 1 TELLER Exp. Desired But Not Necessary For Savings Loan Association RidleyTownshipArea FOR APPOINTMENT CALL: H07-4300 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER work. Call LU, 6-1844 for interview appt. between BODY AND FENDER PERSON To work in small independent shop on Foreign Cars. Profitable arrangement. LO 6- 3873. _____________. Bookkeeper-Typist Small Accounting Firm located in Chester seeking Bookkeeper. Also, experienced in typing financial statements preparing Payroll Taxes, Sales Tax, etc. Call 874-0705, 9-5 p.m. _________________'._.' BOOKKEEPER Double entry system, experience required. Apply GOFFS QUALITY FOODS, 525 Parker St.. Chester. BOOKKEEPER: full charge, through trial balance, 34 hr. wk., permanent position, excel, working conditions, suburban'area, call Mr. Brenner, TR 4- 1465.______________________ BOOKKEEPER-Experienced. Media area. Send details including salary desired JoBox84-E Daily Times Chester. BOOKKEEPER-Part time, Wed. Thurs., Fri. Hrs. p.m. Write Daily Times, Box No. 87E. Chester, Pa. 19016.__________ BQWLiNG-Counter help wanted. Part time, Sat. Sundays. Apply Con- Chester Bowlero, Route 322, Booth- wyn. _______ BROOMALL- executive secretary to Vice President of Real Estate Development company.-Need for mature woman who wants to be involved. Shorthand typing skills per wk. Call for acpt. 353-3090: _______. BUS BOYS OR BUS GIRLS-Apply in person. Country House Inn, 1330 W. Baltimore Pike. Wawa. Pa.________ CARPENTERS HELPERS-Del, Chester Co..Own trans. Call after 6 p.m. LE 4-2649. CASHIER-Part time. Exp. preferred. Apply in person. Kiddle World, Naaman's Ridge Rd., Payment. Del. CLEANING-Mature. Del. County Apt..' complex. To clean corridors, laundry rooms, etc. 5 day week. CL 9- 9039._______________________ CLERK TYPIST-Wynnewood area, ap- prox. to start. Challenging with an opportunity to advance. Exc. benefits.' Equal opportunity employer. Write Daily Times Box 82 E., Chester, Pa. 19016. ____________ CLERK-knowledge of Medical Ter- minology preferred, typing, dic- taphone some shorthand. Call Mrs. Mulcahy. 544-9880 between 4. CLERK No fee. Top firm near Rt. 320. Exc. benefits. Plush office. S-H-S-Personnel, 9 S.69.U.D. _____________ CLERK TYPIST-Nationally known company seeking to hire a clerk typist with minimum skills of 45 WPM ac- curately, to'be trained for various office duties. Salary per 'week plus all company benefits. Contact PLAZA PERSONNa CONSULTANTS, INC., LU 3-5211.______________ COU.ECTOR-1 yr. experience. Good Co. benefits salary commensurate with background. Auto necessary. VA approved. Call R. S. Fox. 622-7100. COMPUTER OPERATOR-S 10.000 plus. 360-370 OS suburban firm. Exc. benefits. Much. advancement opportunity. 734-1950, S-H-S- Personnel.9S.69. U.D._________ COMPUTER TERMINAL OPERATOR For console teletype trans. Good knowledge of bookkeeping required. 37 hour week. Oc- casional overtime at month end closing. Good' benefits op- portunity. .Convenient. location. Write-or phone Mr. Webb. -Kl 4- 0700. Springfield Ford Inc. 50 E. Baltimore Pike. 19064 CONTRACT JANITORIAL 'SERVICE-Full time. 5 days, to 5 pm. per hr., company .benefits 'after 90 day probationary period. Must have valid PA license. Call between 1 pm. and COCO DIETARY AIDES Experience preferred in nursing home operation. Full time positions. Transp. to door. Call Mrs. Adams, LU6-6262. COOK-Part Time. Apply in person, Holly House Restaurant, 615 S, Chester Rd.. Swarthmore._______. COOK- exper. on broiler. Apply HERITAGE VILLAGE, 407 Baltimore Pike. Springfield. Kl 3-1133. DELIVERY PBBOttflHirattV (or MfNriM i ittfc tub in person Hrtt, Inc., 8ft t (XMOMDMl! TOW GIFTS for C t B, and i MOO Wt fm. 10 to DtSHWASHBl KTTCtCN pr part lime. By. Apply in parson from 6-3 p.m., Tninir Oinor, 3300 W. and St.. Tumor. COUNTER HELP LESTER. AREA.' Call 521-1414 CRANE OPERATORS HOOKER RIGGERS Minimum -of 3 years experience using large electric overhead cranes. Knowledge of correct hand signals to coordinate movement is essential. .Security, good, starting auinwrmd by Mitral conurH paid tMntfits, 20 paid noHotyi and ptrtion plan art of tni good things youll Mjoy at NL, wtwo immediate ktttrvNwi and M Nrtj are byapptrtng Moo. through Fri.. to at our Emptoimert Foot of WM St., in Wilmington. (302) NL INDUSTRIES CREDIT i COUfCnOKMTOO. Top wourbn firm. MMi MuttrM or M kngftti. FM MMRMMM. 734-1960, "SI MMrtt PM, n m iQMMnl OiHfMr. EARN EXTRA Xiatt MONEY! Sorah Coventry 'hiring tint. No Investment. Car i phone nocwtary. LU3-9197. _ _ ELECTRICIAN Skilled, experienced individual to participate in installation, main- tenance and repair of eloctrical systems, equipment and fixtures.. Must be a self-starter. Top wages, .benefits and job security. Apply -in person to: DELCORA lOOE. 5th Street Chester, Pa. 876-5523 Equal Opportunity Employer ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN. To install maintain 2-way mobile radio systems. 2 F.C.C, license pref. Salary commensurate with exp. plus benefits. For int. Call 874-7101. EXECUTIVE 56074760. Wall known center cfty firm. Exc. fringes. Fast increases. 5 years exp. 734-1960, S- EXTERMINATOR-Parf Time, day work, will train. PA driver's license. TR 6- 6708. _ _____ EXTERMiNATOR-Full Time, experienced preferred. PA driver's license reference. TR 6-6708. _ ]_ FACTORY ASSEMBLY WORKER- full time, 8 to located in Sharon Hill. Call LU 6-4770. _ for morning work from 6 to 10 a.m. Call LU 3- 1198. _ FOOD SERVICE PERSON-6 a.m. to p.m. 5 days a wk. starting salary per hr. 828-8105 betweeij 9 a.m-5p.m. '_ _________ FULL TIME HARDWARE position open for mature person. Must have basic knowledge of hardware, plumbing and electrical. Apply in person at Bazaar Shopping Center, Clifton Heights. store number 106. GAS STATION ATTENDANT-Full or part time, experienced. Apply Mike's Exxon, 23rd Edgmont Ave.. Chester. v HAIRDRESSER-Fully experienced ,with following but not necessary. Shop in Brookhaven. Call between 12 Noon, TR 2-4878.' _ HAIRDRESSER-Experienced preferred but. will accept recent Halrdressing grad. West End area. Interviewing, Mon.. 1-3 p.m. 497-9995. HARDWARE STORE CLERK- exper. necess. Reply to Box 486, Primes, Pa. 19018. HIRING IMMEDIATELY; FULL PART TIME, male female. Many positions available. Starting anywhere from per hr. up. For interview, please call LE 2-0484. D.-. Experience necessary. Call lor appt., 358-1 150. HOUSEKEEPER-Mature. for care of 10 year old girl. S25 wk., live in. S35 wk. live out. Parkslde area. TR 4-51 16. HOUSEWIVES- have a C S B Toy Party. Get '20% free plus a 17 jewel watch. August special. For details HU 5-7287 or 365-0786. HOUSEKEEPING DEPT. of Retirement Community, Dunwoody Village in Newtown Square needs 2 housekeepers. Regular hours Mon. to Fri. 9 to Call Mrs. Fisher, 353- 4600X247. _ HUSBAND WIFE-Apt. Manager Superintendant for apt. bldg. located in Media. For Interview call 565-2880. INFANT CARE-reliable woman to care for infant 3 mos. old in my Media home. Afternoons Mon. to Fri. Own transp. references essential. LO 6- 8797, _ __ INSURANCE-Exp. rater-underwriter for general property casualty agency. Starting Aug. 1. Please send resume to Hibberd Bros. 216 W. State St. Media. Pa. 19063. _ JANITORIAL SERVICES-Full Part Time. Apply White Knights, Chester Pk. Foster Aye., Sharon Hill. JANITOR-full time.', Apply Bishop Nur- sing Home, 318 S. 'Orange St., Media. 8a.m. to 4p.m. 565-3880. JANITOR-Male Female, part time evening work. Mon. thru Fri., 6 to 10 p.im Chester area. S2.20 per hr. Must be over 18. Call between 10 a.m. 3 p.m.. MA 6-5400. _ JANITORIAL HELP-Full part time; exp. needed, over 25 yrs. of age desired. Own trans, necessary. Call between 10a.m. 8 3p.m. for app't.. 494-9230. LOT ATTENDANT Experienced preferred. Apply, George Smith. CHESTER MACK TOYOTA, Swar- thmore. LPN-Sy exam or waiver, 3 to 1 1 and ,1 1 to 7 shift, small Nursing Home, LU'6- 1662. _ 7_. LPN-11 to 7 shift. Small nursing home. Call Mrs. Sullivan at TR 6-1236. LUNCH TRUCK DRIVER- male-female, over 21. Call between 9 4, HU 5- 7376. Machine Shop Estimator FAMILIAR WITH ALL: MACHINE SHOP TOOLS- Located in Delaware Co. Full paid up insurance medical insurances. Pension plan. Starting wage per week. Day work. Send Resume to Daily Times, Box 83 E., Pa. 19016. _ MAID for motel. 'Transportation, necessary. Call GL9-3180. MAINTENANCE MECHANIC- Exper. on trucks, tractors, lawn mowers, etc. Apply Personnel Dept., Widener College. _ in both trades necessary to keep our apt. community full in good cond. Media area. Own Transportation. 783- 0750. _ _ _ '_ MAINTENANCE-GARDEN APTS.-Secane area, written references required, call 328-9800. '_ _ MAINTENANCE MECHANIC: Must have recent experience" in repair of pumps and 'other mechanical and electrical equip-' ment. Must have demonstrated skill in the care and use of tools and equipment used in the maintenance of buildings, and 3 variety of mechanical and electrical equip-' mem. Top wages, benefits and job security. Apply in ponon to: DELCORA 100E.5thStrMt Chtster.Pa. 876-5523 por wk. draw iw 5336. RA 5-7868. HO 5-7613. MANAGEMENT Top wburMn gnwiti wp. MANAGBCNTTRAmi M IBM JT. i WR mffto,   

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