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Md in- to pay of he wa* com attendant tire, driving the tire was a and body. no- gun, weapon, po- po- its, dome They; did not Thi high at ot- rxi- destruction To Jehovah's their three - Friday evening at Court Auditorium Frankin Street in several hundred states convene F R I E N D S H I P COMMITTEE funds were turned over to the Wil- liamsporl Ambulance Club rccenlly. Warren M. Seymour Jr., at at left, treasurer of the ambulance body, receives the money from Adam .1. Harsh, treasurer of the Friendship Committee. Group Given Several Big Contributions are care- Paul Norl violations Lorraine with e The Williamsixiil Ambulance Club directors planned t h e i r annual luiul - raising campaign and received two si/cable contributions during Wednesday's meeting. The l-'riendship Committee, group organization in Williams- |iort for a .special, has terminated its activities and decided to contribute the balance in ils treasury toward the ain- ·julancc club. The money will help :o pay for the second ambulance unit, which has arrived in Williamsport. Arrangements have been made by the Williamsporl Lions Club lo contribute to Ibe ambulance unit a new - style stretcher which will cost about $100. Other conlributions arc being iromised to the Ambulance Club iy individuals, business places, manufacturers and organizations. I'he club hopes trial, more persons will follow in line with large ·ontributions. Several pieces of ·i|uipmont arc needed for the see- ind unit, costing more than $100. Membership cards and tclc- ihono stickers arc being pro- Hired for the annual fund drive, scheduled in June and .Inly. 'I'he ·lub will seek a higher goal this t'car, due to increased exfienscs ind the second unit. Representatives of the club at- endcd » meeting of the Mary- ami State Ambulance and Kcs- ·uc Association at Sandy Spring, ild., Saturday. Warren M. Seynour Jr., and Lewis Shank rcp- ·cscntcd the club. The Williamsport Ambulance ,'lub now lias available for the ·(immunity a Cadillac ainbu- ancc. C'orvair ambulance, and rescue motor boat, all furnished v i l h necessary emergency equipment. Telephone Man Talks On Telstar Kdward I 1 '. Crimes, commercial representative of the C P Tel- phone Company, described Thursday the functions rf Telstar 1 and gave a preview of Telstar II which will be launched from Cape Can- avercl next week. The second communications sat- ·Ilite will be from 600 to 6,500 miles from the earth in its orbit. Crimes said he anticipated over 100 million overseas calls by 1980 by reason of the new system of bouncing signals from the manmade satellite. He spoke at the meeting of the Lions Club of Halfway at the Halfway The ladies auxiliary served dinner. President itobert K. lx;c presided and the program was i n charge of Paul C. Waggoner. Telstar II will be launched for A.T. T. by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration no earlier than May 7, with the telephone company paying all costs for launching and tracking as it did for Telstar I. An improved Delta rocket, more powerful than that used for Tel- star I. will place the second Tel- star in an orbit with a higher apogee (farthest distance from earth i where it will encounter less radiation. As with Telstar f, all cehnical information on Telstar [I will be made available to NASA, to the Communications Satel- ile Corporation and to the scien- :ific community in general. ENTERTAINMENT Red Men's Hall, 33 W. Anlietam. Tonight--Blue Notes. Saturday--The Hartman's. Members and Guests Shrimp Feed, Friday. May 10 Adv. BABY CHICKS According to cy, presiding local group, delegates from 15 expected to 3-5 program. Work begins transform the kingdom hall McKinley stated major projects was of the slagc for The platform setting for dramatizations, program to convening t various ministry. McKinley be more than 20 departments organized of the convention. departments, ranging plumbing, will entirely by Witness One of the opening session ministry school, demonstrate to the missionaries how to in their local F o u r For BALTIMORE Baltimore woman, record includes ;erfeiting charged Thursday in the abortion Jersey school The charge was Mrs. Hilda B. maid. Miss also of Baltimore, an accessory illegal operation. Maryland's examiner, Dr. Russell said that death infection after Angela Lach, 28, N..I. Two other lave been and Baltimore searching for lieved to have 1032 May 2 Dairy Queen Made with

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 03 May 1963, Fri,
  3. Page 32

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