g u e of t Hospital Notes Holy Births A son to Mr. and Mrs. John Burger, Jr., of Blakcslee. Admissions Mrs. Edith Slufflel, Bangor; Mrs. Lorrain Dalrymple, of RD, Columbia, N. .1.: Frank A. Manhart, Manhart, of RD 1, River Road, Ml. Bethel; John Speicher, of RD 1, Candy Kohn takes drama NEW YORK - Miss Candace Rae Kohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohn of Stokes Mill Road, Box 304, East Stroudsburg, has entered the fall Junior Class of the American American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. The American Acdemy is celebrating its 81st year as the oldest school of professional dramatic training in the English-speaking English-speaking world. Its list of former students reads like a "Who's Who" of Cresco; Mrs. Jane Custard, of East Stroudsburg; Mark Choy, of East Stroudsburg. Lee Cole, of RD 3, East Stroudsburg; Mrs. Ada Poort- stra, of East Stroudsburg; Lester Lester Lee, of Stroudsburg, and Mrs. Lois Cavanaugh, of RD 1. Stroudsburg. Discharged Mrs. Theresa Kroboth and daughter, of Ml. Bethel; Mrs. Barbara Pugh and son, of East Stroudsburg; Mrs. Nancy Bellis, of Pen Argyl; Charles Reinhart, of Blairstown, N. .1.; Mrs. Florence Florence Dennis, of Stroudsburg; Mrs. Martha Fox, of Oxford N. J. Keith Schrack, of Swiftwater; Mrs. Sarah Balmoos, of RD 1, East Slroudsburg; Mrs. Jean Sherriff, of Pocono Pines; Mrs. Lauretta Bossard, of Stroudsburg; Stroudsburg; John Fetherman, of RD 2, East Stroudsburg; Elwood Mahlon, of Stroudsburg; A. Fitzroy Fitzroy Anderson, of New York City, and Michael Doleiden, of Stroudsburg.