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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania DCLAWARE COUNTY DAILY THUS ,Pt Obituaries Edward Mea, 53; city Edward Mea, 53, of 908 E. 18th St., Chester, a captain with the city police force, was dead on arrival this morning at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland. A lifelong Delaware County resident, Mea was born in Clifton Heights and had lived in Chester since he was seven years old. A member of the police force 23 years, he was promoted to captain in 1973. At that time he was cited for his humanism as the "cop on the His philosophy was was that "a police officer is a public servant and must know the people that he's going to serve.' Detective Tom Gibbons who joined the force with him, said at the time he was made cap- tain, "He'd never ask his men to do someting he wouldn't do himself, and when his people have to get into something ,he'll be out there leading them." Mr, Mea is survived by his wife, the former Helen Elliott, and 13-year-old twin sons, William and Edward, at home. Death Notices BARNES, Annie Amy. On Aug. 4. 1975. of 504 Baker Place. Chester. Mother of Mr. Ernest R Barnes of Chester, sister of Mr. Wylie Thomas of Chester. Relatives and friends of the family, officers and members of Providence Baptist Church, are invited to attend the. funeral Sat. at 12 noon at the Providence Baptist Church. 2nd Pennell Sts.. Chester. Rev. Frederick R. Randolph officiating. Friends may call Thurs. Fn. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the W. M. JAMES LEAKE FUNERAL HOME. Northeast corner 10th Pusey Sts.. Chester. Interment immediately following service Sat. at Greenlawn Cem. Feltonville. Pa. The family mil he at 312 Central Ave.. Chester. ___________________ BEARD, Michael A, On August 4. 1975. -Michael A. Beard, son of Mr, Mrs. Heywood A. Beard of 1210 Ganster Place. Chester. Pa. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Friday morning. August 8. 1975. 9 o'clock at the ROBERT, MORELAND FUNERAL HOME. 9th Main Sts.. Trainer. Pa. Mass of Christian Burial. 10 o'clock at the Church Of The Resurrection 0) Our Lord. 9th St. at Highland Ave.. Chester. Pa. Interment Immaculate Heart Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday evening after 7p.m. CHEW, Fletcher Hoyie On August 4, 1975. Fletcher Hoyle Chew, formerly of Marcus Hook. Pa. Funeral Service and Interment private at the convenience of the family from the ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME. 9th Main Sts.. Trainer. Pa. In lieu of flowers, make contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1740 S. State Rd.. Upper Darby Pa.______________ CLARK. Ollie On August 1. 1975 of 422 Concord Ave.. Chester. Pa. Mother of Katie Veney. grandmother of Wayne Barbour. sister-in-law of Lavin Truitt. Garett Veney. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock from Temple Baptist Church. 6th and Parker Sts Chester. Friends may call same day 11 to 1 at the church. Interment Greenlawn Cemetery. (CATHERINE B. LAWS FUNERAL HOME, DAVIS, Ethel On August 2. 1975, Ethel Davis (nee wife of Mr. Ralph Davis of 907 Market St.. Marcus Hook. Pa. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral service. Thursday morning. August 7. 1975. 11 o'clock at the SULTZUR FUNERAL HOME. Taylor. Pa. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. Taylor. Pa. Friends may call Tuesday evening after 7 p.m. at the ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME. 9th Mam Sts.. Trainer. Pa. or the SULTZUR FUNERAL HOME on Wednesday afternoon. 2 to 4 p.m. or Wednesday evening. 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service at the ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME. 9 p.m.. Tuesday evening. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Christian Academy. 3515 Edgmont Ave Brookhaven. Pa. 19014 in her memory_____________ i WHITE LUTTRELL FUHtRAL HOME Opposite Village Green Shopping Center 240 CONCORD RD. ASTON, PA. 494-3414 Rites set for victim of shooting The funeral for William J. of 249 Walnut St., Morton, who was the victim of a shooting Friday in Chester, will be 8 p.m. Friday at Shorter AME Church, 111 Pennington Ave., Morton. Burial will be private. Calling hours will be 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the church. Mr. Ross was born in Ridley Park, lived 12 years in Chester and 10 years in Morton. He was employed two years by Thomas Gessler Landscape Gardeners of Media. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dyitt of Morton; five sisters, Sharon Dyitt of Baltimore, Sandra Dyitt of Philadelphia, Darlene and Diane Ross and Michele Dyitt, all of Morton, and five brothers, John R. Dyitt of San Diego, Claif., and Dennis, Wayne, Keith and Darryl Dyitt, all of Morton. D'AlesiOr county aide, dies EDWARD J. MEA Death Notices DENIGHT, Joseph H. Jr. In Newark Delaware on Aug. 4. 1975. Husband of Carol R. Vincent DeNight of RD 2. Townsend, Delaware, formerly of Chester. Pa. Age 38 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the SPICER MULLIKIN FUNERAL HOME. DuPont Parkway E. VanBuren Wilmington Manor. Wilm. .on Thurs. morning Aug. 7th at 11 O'clock, In- terment in Townsend Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thurs. morning from 9 O'clock til service time. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to your local Heart Association or the American Cancer society._________________________ DONOHUE. Irene M. (nee O'Donnell) On August 4. 1975. Of 111 Rock, wood Drive, Havertown, Pa. (Formerly of Sharon Hill. Pa.) Widow of Frank J. Donohue. Relatives and friends, also Catholic Daughters of America are invited to attend the funeral on a.m. from the GEORGE J. WHITE FUNERAL HOME. 311 N. swannmore Ave.. Ridley Park. Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Spirit Church. 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday eve alter 7. GRAHAM, Thomas R. On August 3. 1975. Husband of Laura Dannenhauer Graham of Norwood. Pa. Father of Thomas J. Graham and Mrs. Gladys G. Cleland. Also survived by 4 service and interment private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by the GRIFFITH CHAPEL. Norwood. HALL, Robert Bruce On August 3. 1975. (Formerly of Colwyn, Pa.) Husband of the late Msta (NeeRadel) Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service Friday. 2 p.m at the MARVIL FUNERAL HOME. 1110 Mam St.. Darby. Pa. Where friends may call after 1 p.m. Friday. Interment Fernwood Cemetery.______________ MAWBY, Pensyl On August 3. 1975. Husband of Alice C. Mawby of Ridley Park, Pa. Father of Norman Mawby and Mrs. Marilyn Price. Funsral service and in- terment private at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions in his name may be made to the Taylor Hospital Building Fund. Ridley Park. Pa. 19078. Arrangements by the GRIFFITH CHAPEL. Norwood._______________ On August 4. 1975. Of 113 Second Ave.. Village Green Trailer Park, Aston. Pa. Husband of the late Ethel Mae Spix McCullough. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Saturday. 9 a.m. Irom the A. J. WHITE LUTTRELL FUNERAL HOME. 240 Concord Rd.. Village Green. Mass of Christian Burial. St. Joseph's Church. 10 a.m. Interment Valley Forge Gardens. Friends may call Friday evening after MEA, Edward J. On August 6. 1975. Of 908 E 18th St.. Chester. Pa. Husband of Helen Elliot Mea. Due notice of the funeral will be given by the GEORGE J. WHITE FUNERAL HOME. Ridley Park. OAKES, William! On Aug. 5, 1975. William T. Oakes. husband of the late Helen P. Oakes. nee Herman of 104 Richard Rd., Aston Twp..Pa. Funeral service interment private at the convenience of the family from THE ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME 9th Main Sts.. Trainer. Pa. Please omit flowers._______________ PFIZENMAYER, Joseph. On August 5. 1975 of Folcroft. Pa. Completed funeral arrangements will be announced by CAVANAGH'S. George H. Brower Funeral Home 1600 EDGMONT AVE., CHESTER (Successor to Raj F. Imsctmeiler) TR 2-3314 2nd Century of Service Competent Concern When You Need It You can put your trust in us our reputation is based on dignity and good taste. We care CAYANAGH FUNERAL HOME 301 CHESTER PIKE NORWOOD, PA. I.VINCENT P. CAVANAGH LE 2-3120 6922 WOODLAND AVE. PHILADELPHIA, PA. BART H. CAVANAGH SA 9-0871 CAVANAGH-PATTERSON BALTIMORE PIKE MONROE ST., MEDIA, PA. WILLIAM L. CAVANAGH WILLIAM T. PATTERSON LO 6-3400 CREMATION SERVICE AVAILABLE DeNight Joseph H. DeNight Jr., 38, of Townsend, Del., formerly of Chester, died in the Newark Emergency Room Monday. He was born and raised in Chester. He was produce manager for the Store on Kirkwood Highway, Del. and had been employed with the company for 22 years. Surviving are his wife, Carol R; two sons, Joseph H. and Ray D., and four daughters, Ellen M., Sharon Ann, Evelyn H., andEarleneL., all at home; his father, Joseph H. Sr. of Chester; his maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Vickery of Chester; four brothers, John W. of Aston, Robert V. of Secane, David A. and Thomas J., both of Chester; and a sister, Janice E. Jakubczyk of Chester. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday at the Mullikin Funeral Home; DuPont Highway, and E. Van Buren Ave., Wilmington Manor. Burial will be in Townsend Cemetery. Calling hours will be two hours prior to the funeral. Contributions to the Delaware Heart Association, Independence Mall, or the American Cancer Society, 1925 Lovering Ave.. Wilmington, would be appreciated. McCullough Frank A. McCullough, 84, of 113 2nd Ave. Village Green Trailer Park, PTC employe, died Monday in Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester. Mr. McCullough was born in Philadelphia and lived 18 years in Delaware County. He was employed 36 as an operator by PTC (Philadelphia Transit now SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation retiring in 1956. His wile, the former Ethel Mae Spix, died in 1953. He is survived by a son, Edward F. McCullough of Aston; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 9 a.m. Saturday at the A.J. White Luttrell Funeral Home, 240 Concord Road, Aston. Mass will be 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Aston. Burial will be in Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, King of Prussia. Calling hours will be after 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Emil T. D'Alesio, 48, of 516 Spruce St., Upper Darby, a township commissioner and assistant chief clerk of the Delaware County Com- missioners, died Monday in BrynMawr Hospital. Mr. D'Alesio, a Republican and lifelong township resident, was a graduate of Upper Darby High School and Peirce Business College in Philadelphia. He was a commissioner four years in Upper Darby's 5th Ward and was a candidate for council member-at-large under the new home rule charter. As township commissioner, he was chairman of the public safety committee, vice chairman of the health com- mittee, a member of the finance, law and ordinance committees, and was chairman of the Upper Darby library committee at the time the new wing was planned. He was a member of St. Alice's Roman Catholic Church in Upper Darby .where he was an usher and was active in the CYO football and track programs. He was chairman of the townshipwide celebration for Heisman Award winner John Cappelletti and headed the Heart and Cancer Funds in the township. A member of Upper Darby Fire Co. 3, he was a former captain of the company, served eight years as treasurer and was a member of the board of directors. He was an Army veteran and served in Germany. EMIL T. D'ALESIO He is survived by his wife, the former Nicoletta Sardo; a son, Emil T. D'Alesio Jr., and a daughter, Mary Lynn, both at home; his mother, Mrs. Elvira D'Alesio, at home; two brothers, Dr. Daniel and Rudolph A., both of Upper Darby, and a sister, Mrs, Phyllis Heffron of Springfield. The funeral swill be 9 a.m. Thursday at Perri- Dellavecchia Funeral Home, 8645 West Chester Pike, Upper: Darby. Mass will be 10 a.m. at St. -Alice's Church, Walnut St. and Copley Road. Burial will be; Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon. Calling hours will be 7 to Id' tonight at the funeral home. Fletcher for- merly of Marcus Hook, a longtime Delaware County bartender, died Monday at Fair Acres. Bom In Lawrence, Mass., he moved to Delaware County as a child and resided most of his life in Marcus Hook. He was a member of the Marcus Hook f> Senior Citizens Club and the 1 John McKenna American Legion Post of Marcus Hook. Surviving are four sons, Robert G. of Glen Mills, William A. of Dallas, Texas, Thomas R. of Upper Chichester and Donald F. of Oxford; two l brothers, Alfred K. of Kennett Square and Gustav E. of Lower Chichester; four sisters, Mrs. Paul Woodrow of West- town.Mrs. Melvin Janney of Parkside, Mrs. James Bennett of Front Royal, Va. and Edna Chew of Palmaetta, Fla. Also surviving are seven grand- children and two great- grandchildren. Funeral and burial will be at the convenience of the family at the Robert Moreland Funeral Home, 9th and Main Sts., Trainer. Guerrillas attack Israeli settlement (AP) Tuesday's naval, air and Estella Wright, retired cook Mrs. Estella V. Wright, 79, of 948 Market St. Marcus Hook, a retired employe of Fair Acres, was dead on arrival Monday at Heart Hospital, rocketed an settlement early today and that Israeli artillery retaliated by pounding south Lebanon in a third straight day of border clashes. The guerrillas gave no report on casualties, and the Israeli command did not immediately confirm the attacks. A Palestinian guerrilla spokesman said a rocket unit called the "Clouds of Hell" fired several salvoes of Katyusha rockets into Qiryat Shmona. The attack on Qiryat Sh- monah, the second in 20 hours, was described as retaliation for Israeli antiguerrilla raids in south Lebanon on Tuesday that Lebanon said left 18 persons dead and 44 wounded. Israeli Radio broadcasts said rockets fell today at the center of Qiryat Shmonah and town- speople rushed to bomb shelters Israeli gunners bombarded several South Lebanese villages in retaliation, including the town of Rashaya Foukhar in the foothills of Mt. Hermon, a spokesman said. Beirut newspapers called the worst this year. They urged strengthening of Lebanon's army to cope with Israeli raids. Egypt and Syria served notice today that they will "not stand idly by" if Israeli attacks on South Lebanon continue. The warnings came in comments by the state-controlled Cairo and Damascus radios, which charged that Israeli attacks were "imperiling- the whole situation in the Middle East.." "Israel should take into serious consideration that; its aggression on Lebanon will- hot be allowed to continue. They will have to be said a Syrian radio commentator. "Israel's attacks on South Lebanon will entail most serious said; the Cairo broadcast. In an Egyptian con- victed of spying for Israel commited suicide by slashing his wrists with his glasses in a prison cell a few days before he was scheduled to be Cairo daily Al Ahram-reported. The man was in Alexandria last report said. Louise McKay, 66; former area resident Mrs. Louise T. McKay, 66, of Ten Mile, Tenn., a former Springfield resident and wife of Don J. McKay former Daily Times advertising manager, died Tuesday in the Oak Ridge Hospital, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Mrs. McKay, the former Louise Trumbull was born in Adair, Iowa, lived most of her life in Anita, Iowa, and in Springfield from 1942 to 1949, 'when her husband was ad- vertising manager of the for- mer Chester Times. She was director of Home Talent for Cargill Theatrical Productions and worked out of Rock Island, 111. It was while she was on assignment in Olean, N.Y., that she met her husband, who worked on the Olean newspaper. They were married there in 1934. McKay then worked in Jamestown, Alfred G. Hill, late publisher of the for- mer Chester Times, who brought him to this area when Mr. Hill sold the Jamestown paper and became publisher of the local paper in 1942. When Mr. Hill purchased the Oak Ridge paper in Tennessee in 1948, McKay was made publisher of the new Oak Ridger in 1949 and the family moved to Tennessee. He remained publisher until 1967, Death Notices ROSS, William J. On August 1, 1975. Of 249 Walnut Street. Morton, Pa. Son of Mr. Mrs. John R. Dyitt. Brother of Sharon. Sandra. Michelle. John R., Dennis. Wayne. Keith S Darryl Dyitt, Darlene 4 Diane Ross. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service on Friday. 8 p.m. at Shorter A.M.E. Church. 248 Pennington Ave.. Morton. Burial will tie private. Calling hours. 6-8 p.m. at the Church.________________________ TOOGOOD, Robert C. On August 4. 1975. Of West Chester. Pa. Husband of Carol A. (nee Father of Mark S. and Kevin S. Toogood. Relatives and friends are invited to Services on Friday, 10 a.m.. Mc- CAUSLAND FUNERAL HOME, 202 S. Chester Pike. Glenolden. Pa. Interment Philadelphia Memorial Park. Friends may call Thursday. 7-9 p.m._____________ On August 4. 1975. Beloved husband of the late Anna M. Baltrunas of Sharon Hill. Pa. Formerly of S.W. Philadelphia. Pa. Father of Mrs. Janet Gillespie and John F. Wellner. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from the CAVANAGH FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike. Norwood. Pa. Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of the Holy Spirit at 11 O'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery..There will be no viewing on Wednesday evening.______________ WRIGHT, Estella V. (nee Roe) On August Wife of the late Elmer A. Wright of 948 Market St., Marcus Hook, Pa. Age. 79 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service on Thursday afternoon X 2 o'clock at Itie MELVIN I. MINSHALL FUNERAL HOME, Mid- dletown t Knowlton fWs, Interment Uwn Craft Cemetery. Friends may call Thuriday, 1-2 p.m. There will be no viewing. Oakes William T. Oakes, 80, of 104 Richard Road, Aston, husband of the late Helen H. Oakes, died Tuesday at the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland. Born in Marcus Hook, he lived in Lower Chichester until 26 years ago, when he moved to St. Petersburg, Fla. A retired treater since 1948, he had been employed by the Sun Oil Co.' for 42 years. He was a member of the United Methodist Church of St. Petersburg, Fla. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. William Slawter and Mrs. Charles Hankins, and one brother, Horace T. Oakes, all of Aston. Funeral and burial will be at the convenience of the family at the Robert Moreland Funeral Home, 9th and Main Sts., Trainer. Wellner John F. Wellner, 63, of Sharon Hill, a retired employe of I-T-E, died Monday in Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital, Darby. Mr. Wellner was born in Philadelphia and moved to Sharon Hill about four years ago. He was a retired milling machinist at I-T-E in Philadelphia. His wife was the late former Anna M. Baltrunas. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Janet Gillespie, with whom he lived; a son, John F. Wellner Jr. of California; a sister, Mrs. Rose McCluskey of Florida; a brother, Stephen Wellner of Eddystone, and eight grandchildren. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the Cavanagh Funeral Home, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, Sharon Hill. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon. There will be no calling hours this evening. when he became associate publisher. He also is part owner of the Daily Post Athenian in Athens, Tenn., and the Etowah Enterprise in Etowa, Tenn. The family moved to Ten Mile in 1967 and Mrs. McKay was active in the Oak Ridge Children's Theater, was an active member of Chapter G of the PEO Sisterhood, served one term as president of the chapter and served on the state board. She also was a member of the Pilot Club and Ten Mile Methodist Church. In addition to her she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ben S. Adams of Oak Ridge and Mrs. Don Richards of Jonesboro, Ga.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. William Phillips of Allegany, N.Y.; a son, James T. McKay, publisher of the Demopolis in Alabama; a sister, Mrs. Lee Waltermire of La Crescenta, Calif., and seven grand- children. Services were to be today in First Methodist Church, Oak Ridge, with burial in the Johnson Family Cemetery, near the McKay's home in Ten Mile. Memorial contributions to Oak Ridge Hospital, Oak Ridge, Tenn., 37830, would be ap- preciated Swim to benefit Cancer Society CLAYMONT Some 15 to 20 young people were expected to participate in a Save-A-Life- Swim for the American Cancer Society at the Harbor House Swim Club today. Friends, relatives and neigh- bors of the swimmers have pledged donations of varying amounts of money per lap swim. There are 64 laps per mile and a three mile limit for swimmers aged 16 and over. "I've been surprised at the response we've said Susan House pool lifeguard. "Some of the so-called 'troublemakers' were among the first to sign up, "she said. Miss Lichtenstein, a sophomore at the University of Delaware, was to take part in the swim, along with fellow lifeguards Steven Dilts, a senior at the University of Delaware, and Richard Bond, who will begin his first year at the university in September. Chester. Mrs. Wright, the former Estella V. born in Trainer and lived in Chester and Lower Chichester before moving to Marcus Hook 20 years ago. She was the widow of Elmer A. Wright arid retired in 1960 from Fair Acres, Middletown, where she was employed eight years as a cook. She is survived by two stepbrothers, Roland Pylant of Ridley Township and John. Olsen of Minquadalef Del.; a stepsister, Mrs.Elizabeth Phillips of Camden, and three grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Melvin I. Minshall Funeral Home, Middletown and Knowlton Roads, Middletown. Burial will be in LawnCroft Cemetery, Lower Chichester. Calling hours will be 1 to2 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. 2 youths caught shoplifting tapes Two 16-year-old youths were caught by Delaware State Policemen after being accused of shoplifting at the Concord Mall Tuesday'; Security guards at the mail's Almart Store observed the two boys stealing stereo tapes at and chased them into the wooded area near the mall. State policemen Sgt. Rudolph Wagner and Trooper Michael McGraw borrowed horses from a nearby stable and found the boys in the wooded area. They were later released in the custody of their parents. Former countian Hahnemann grad James iviarstiman, son of Mrs. John Chinnici, 707 Fern St., Yeadon, and the late Ed- ward Marshman, has been graduated from the School of Radiologic Technology at Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia. Marshman attended Chichester High School and was graduated from South Philadelhia High School in 1973. Brookhaven Retirees will meet Aug. 14 The monthly meeting of the Brookhaven Retirees Group will be a.m. Aug. 14, at the Brookhaven Baptist Church, Edwards Drive. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Gibson will present an illustrated travelogue of fheir trip to Mexico. U.S. to release data on county hiring The U. S. Department of Labor's Manpower Ad- ministration office in Philadelphia this week isex- pected to release its report on its investigation of alleged discriminatory practices in the county's federal jobs program. The decision to review the county's use of federal Com- prehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) funds was made after a complaint was filed by Maryclare Lennox, 146 Springton Road, Upper Darby, and Joan Benson, 2012 Harris St., Chester Township. Their complaint claims that the county "has failed to insure that the most severely disad- vantaged members of ;the community have been treated to equal recruitment ind training employment portunities as required under" CETA. The hiring of relatives'; of three well-known Republican figures by the county jobs program was disclosed by: the Daily Tunes in February, v In the complaint filed April 17, it was charged that many CETA jobs have relatives of people already'on the county payroll through patronage jobs. 1-r 25 records set I of league swim ij, MIDDLETOWN Twenty- Girls 12-and-under individual medley, fivp rprnrrk wPrp spf in fhn "A" butter'1y. and freestyle, Mary Car live records Were Setin tne A backstroke, Carla Cosenza Division DelCO League Swim breaststroke, gina Cocchla relay. Championships at the Hidden Hollow Swim Club. Competing Boys 12-and-under individual medley, in addition tn thp host rlnh WPPP breaststroke. amd freestyle. Steve Kline in daaiuon to tne nost CIUD were butterflyi steve McJCuijough Glenqlden, Karakung, KnOWltOn, Ridley Park and Troy Eric Roberts, Jim Shrader.and.llm Hilltop. Girls 14-and-under individual medley. New records were set in the Rene Bevan butterfly ;ind following categories: girls and boys 8-and-under freestyle Karen Duckworth and sue Butts rolnv anri morilov rolairD niyio relav, Ann Taylor, Judy relay and medley relays, girls Rich. Jin Ralston, ahd Honda 14-and-under individual Boys M-and-under individual medley medlev trirk and nnrlpr and freestyle, Aris Zyprauskis meuiey, gins, IB ana-unaer butterfly, Rich McElwee backstroke individual medley, boys 18-and- Jeff Flairty breaststroke. -Bob under individual medley, girls 8-and-under freestyle, girls 10- Murray and-under butterflv, girls 12- Girls IS-and-under.Individual medley, j u it ti butterfly and breaststroke, Therese and-under butterfly, girls 18- Rucker backstroke, Mary Lou Byle and-under butterfly, girls 8- freestyle, Nancy relay, and-under backstroke, boys 8- Sh-upard' Helen and-under backstroke, girls 10- nnrior -unaer 18-and-under individual medley, 10 backstroke, and freestyle, Paul kozicki girls 12- butterfly, Rick Thomas IRRI; and-Under backstroke, girls 14- breaststroke, Brian Marx relay, anri-nndpr criHc in Rlch Root> Bi" Kerry Rhoades, ana unaer oacKoiroke, girls 18- andFrank vaui and-under backstroke, boys 18- and-under backstroke, girls 10- and-under breaststroke, girls 12-and-under breaststroke, girls 18-and-under breast- stroke, girls 10-and-under freestyle, boys 14-and-under freestyle, and girls 18-and- under freestyle.' Other records broken at the meet included, boys 18-and- under freestyle, girls 10-and- under relay, girls 18-and-under relay, and boys 18-and-under relay. Winners were: Girls 8-and-under backstroke. Karen Laughlin Ka) and Jennie Lute Boys 8-and-under backstroke, Jeff Sheffer and freestyle, Tony Bufalo Boys and girls 8-and-under relay, Jon Labonty, Bob Gavin, Jacqui Lutz, Jennie Cline medley relay, Bob Gavin, Jacqui Lutz, Jennie Cline, and Sara Girls 10-and-under butterfly and backstroke, Patty Gavin breast- stroke, Carol Savinl (Ka) freestyle, Chris Dinunno relay, Nancy Jaegar, Betsy Carr, Patty Scott, and Chris Dinunno Boys 10-and-under butterfly and freestyle, Steve Lutz backstroke, Joe DeFeliee breaststroke, Ctiris Dyckman relay, Andy Smith, Rob Miao. Scott Sebold, and Jim Mack Domestic car sales hit 11-year low DETROIT (AP) The foreign assault on the U.S. car market continued for a seventh straight month in July as domestic car sales hit an. 11- year low while imports cap- tured another record piece of the pie. Sales of U.S.-built cars dropped 8 per cent from depressed levels of a year ago, but sales of fuel-stingy imports jumped 29 per cent, according to figures released Tuesday by the auto companies. For a second consecutive month, Toyota and patsuh toppled Volkwagen from its traditional, spot as the leading import, and 10 of 21 foreign makes set July sales records. The four U.S. companies cars in July, compared with a year ago. Federal funds for county The Pennsylvania Gover- nor's Justice Commission (GJC) has unanimously rejected an application for federal funds to establish a central arraignment court in Media. The application for had been turned down by the GJC's Southeast Regional Planning Council on July 21, and an appeal was brought before the GJC Itself in Harrisburg. The GJC denied the appeal, following a hearing Monday, despite arguments that' the application be approved in the interest of conaolidatfcm by having arraignments in Media.' The presentations in favor of the arraignment court .were made by Donald S. Guthrie, deputy administrator of the county's district justice 'system, and Nether Providence lawyer Henry Gouley. merits because the merit of the case was not considered since there were insufficient funds. He said the application likely would be resubmitted next year. The GJC's approval Monday of for the county's Legal Audio-Visual Department, directed by Michael D. Mac- Neilly, nearly .depleted the Harold D. Borek, a field representative for the Southeast Regional Planning Region's 7-B allocation for this Council, reported the turn-down year, according to Borek. occurred because there's in- Besides okaying the full amount requested by Mac- Neilly, the GJC approved for the county crime lab money in the 7-B court-related sufficient Region's category. Borek pointed out the GJC did not reject the appeal on its under construction dletown. in MW- Borek said had been requested for the crime lab which is to serve Chester County as well as Delaware County, but that only the was available for funding this year. An application for for the county's bailbond agency was voted down Monday by the GJC; but with the un- derstanding it will be recon- sidered if additional technical data are included in the ap; plication. The technical data, Borek Mid, the keeping of sutictical reemk that were recommended by an ;