Hagerstown Daily Mail 5/3/63
John Norl that moon encounter t h e studied to an miles. stage or will nose miles al which rcenter engineers for Adam J. Harsh, treasurer of the Friendship Committee. Contributions Received By WilliamsportAmbulance Fund French in is Pierre Newfound hich will cost about $100. Olhcr contributions are being romlsed to the Ambulance Club y individuals, business places nanufaclurers and organizations Die club hopes that more per The Williamsport Ambulance ub directors planned t h e i r jinual fund - raising campaign ml received two sizeable conlri- ullons during Wednesday's meet- g. The Friendship Committee, a oup organization in Williams- ort for a special purpose, has rminatcd its activities and do- dcd to contribute the balance ils treasury toward the am- ulancc club. The money will help pay for the second ambulance nit, which has amsporl. arrived in Wil- Arrangements have been made the Wllllamsport Lions Club ambulance stretcher contribute to the nit a new - style sons will fellow in line with large contributions. Several pieces equipment are needed for the sec. and unit, costing more than (100. Membership cards and phone stickers are being arcd for the annual fund drive, scheduled in June and July. The club will seek a higher goal this year, due to increased expenses and the second unit. Representatives of the club al- icndcd a meeting of the Maryland Maryland Slate Ambulance and Rescue Rescue Association at Sandy Spring, Md., Saturday. Warren M. Seymour Seymour Jr., and Lewis Shank represented represented the club. The Willfamsport Ambulance Club now has available community a Cadillac lance, Corvair ambulance, rescue motor boat, all furnished with necessary emergency equipment. equipment. Cascades" In a Clock Climb Ev'ry ard Rodgers; and Overture,' kovsky; "Born Ralph Williams, lions March," Special "ASTRO-GUIDE" By Ceean Churchey, atrell, and Harry L.