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Thursday, April 19, 1951
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rrr "v"r- yvwy a"yya y vyv rr- 18 THE SCRANIPN TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1951.. West Scranton Area News , CAXl t. H1AIIY Newt Writer, Horn Phone 9-2411. .' OWm III) JMkMit SI. Fhene MtZ MEMORIAL POST LISTS OPEN HOUSE Tho formal opening of Hyde Park Memorial Tout, Velerani at Forelga Wars, will take place Saturday at 7-30 PJJ. in the new post nn . 1 0. I , rooms, ;iciwn ot. The post formerly known ai Named . Toastmaster i ... .ii " V V- .1 .. o li If Q A. J. FIRRARO i W ' I f - A rt in 1 Keyseri Valley Post received its original charter in March, IMS. Last April the post received the VFW distinguished service citation and membership plaque from the Department of Pennsylvania. Ed ward Kowalski la post commander and Edward Sutler, commander elect. I A. Ji. Ferraro, past commander, la general chairman. He also is deputy' inspector of the 10th Dis trict, Department of Pennsylvania, and national aide de camp to the department. A supper will be served by the ladies j auxiliary during the open house program. The arrangements committee comprises: Robert Brink James Mar cy. Henry Llewellyn, Mr Sitlierj James DeAngelis, Mrs Madeline Wedlock, auxiliary presi dent; Lillian THOMAS J. VANSTON Mrs. A. J. Ferraro, Mrs Doriey, Miss Helen Manka The third annual banquet spon sored by the Athletic Council of St. Patrick's. High Bchool for the cheer., leaders, band and senior class will take place Tuesday. May 8, in the church auditorium it 8:30 P.M. Rev. James J. Mulholland. pas- lor, is Honorary cnairman. jeon ard Schulte is general chairman and Miss Alice Moran, cochairman. John May Is council president Rev. William P. Hines and Rev. William A. Egan are directors and Fiore Cesare and Joseph Miegoc, Patty coaches. Thomas J. Vanston will be toast- master. The St. Patrick's band will play during the dinner program. Bernard Monahon and Eu gene Canavan, chairmen, are in charce of entertainment. The affair is limited to 400 and tickets are ooiainaDle from any member until May 1, thereafter at the church rectory. Committee chairmen are: Mrs. John May, caterer; Mrs. Mlchae Gallagher, Miss Betty Sweeney, tickets; Thomas Morgans, decora tions; Herbert McAuliffe, speakers Mrs. Joseph Connors, arrangements; - Mrs. Catherine Gannon, programs. . Transfusion Order Fought by Parents CHICAGO (INS) A Jehovah's wit ness minister and his wife today fought for reversal of a court order that permitted life-saving blood transition despite their objec tions for their critically ill baby. Darren Labrenx, 23, and his wife. Rhoda, 20. who believe transfusions are "against the will of God," asserted that a Chicago family court violated their religious freedom yesterday when It ordered medical attention for 8-day-old Cheryl Lynn. Hut the baby-- innocent pawn tn the dispute between Biblical inter- pretations and medical science already has received one transfusion and now is given Ma good chance for survival. Illinois State Supreme Court Jus tice Walter V. Schaefer today will hear the parents' appeal for a re versal yt yesterday's decision ap pointing a legal guardian who im mediately requested transfusions for Cheryl. She was given 60 cubic centimeters of RH-negative blood Physicians still refuse to predict whether the infant will live. They say the transfusions may have been too late to save her life. She the basis of a competitive test will be given another injection to- taken by the publication literary morrow. staff. Miss Leskawa, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Mary McHugh. High School Pay To Open Tonight The first performance of the 17th al of West Scranton High - ."Tr.:. " ' School will be given tonight at 8.15,"' " """" v" annual spring piay proaucea ny students Trinity Class Lists Communion Breakfast Plans for the first communion breakfast sponsored -by the Men's Bible Class, Trinity Congregations Church, were made at a recent mu v t. in a i t The n a7 'Tou cln 't Take' It Sunday at 8 A.M,ln the South Hyde with you." by Kaufman and Hart.r,t Y- building. Harry j also will be presented tomorrow atlReewM chairman, announced that Named to Editorial Posts on .Central High Papers . . .... . i in t mill ii in A 'ti-1' i- ' - ' " 1,11 11 " " " " " RUMLEY CONVICTED ON CONTEMPT COUNTj DMA rk IDIATM TAKES ACCOUMTAKT Rare Charge Finds i szvf voRK-trroi r. n Scarsdal. S Y, senior partner cf Hams, Kerr. foter A Co. a ii Way in Jury Report A rarely Invoked charte. that VonU c,jnUn f,rm- c" tUf WASHINGTON (Ay Dr. Edward j ol wUUul selling and destroying of A. Rumley. execuUve secretary of mo,l: IS T - i A , ... , way Into yesterdays first partial! the Committee for Constitutional report a M,y v grand fl government was convicted jury. yesterday of contempt ol Congrew Th, fiBurrd i . tru. The federal Court Jury? by It bill returned by the grand Jury agalnit William Davit. Ill Weil Market 1 Harry Roth, trtaran chief clerk to District Attorney Committee jcarlon M. O'Malley. Mid that he JUNE M. LESKAWA Announcement was made today i and of the appointment of Miss June M. Leskawa and John Oettinger as editor and assistant editor, respectively, of Impressions and Impressions News, student publications of Central High School. Both appointments were made on JOHN OETTINGER Mrs. M. C. Leskawa. 1519 Adams Ave., is a Junior and has two years experience as a staff member of both publications. Mr. Oettinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Oettinger, 645 North Webster Ave., has the distinction and honor of being the first freshman to become assistant editor. His father also served a editor in his student days at Central High School. Drivers Get Warning to On Illegal Parking CARPENTERS OPEN (Continued from Pdgt.S) fied officers he has assigned Attor ney Thomas JEvans of his staff replace him. Motorists were' warned todav by Announcement was made that a hirpMnr of Piihlie Safety William memorial. service for the late Ed- M Lorisdorf that they can expect nu ?. -(their automoDiies to oe towca away past state president, will be con-jby poiice u lhey Diock iiTt exit aucvea oaiuruay i r.. door, at theaters and other public Dallas cemetery. The UBCJ will buUdinM in the future. place a stone marker on the grave. Th8 warmn2 WM issued by Dl- Ray C. Kirkpatnck, director ot rtor insdorf after a stronelv labor relations. General ServiceL,,-j-, rnmnhini was received AdministraUon, explained the func- from tne ot trustees of the tions of the GSA, a federal agency Masonic Temple and" Scottish Rite set up io eiieci economy unu Cathedral Association regarding 11-efficiency in the government s vast legal proking jn the court back of suppiy, propeny manajscmeiu uu Masonic Temple. records management operations. Xhe comDiaint sined by Del Saved Millions bert Watkins, seccrtary, said: niirinit mnxnH nnrit rr mir. Mr. Klrkpatrlck said the agency. , .n kh th.t Kein in operation since July 1, 1949, has he,d in the imm.diate vicinity of already saved the taxpayers mil- tne Umpie the COUrt is in a state lions oi aouars. inrougn ine osa. o impassgbility. Fire regulations re stated, the small businessman bdng ignored hy the parking now nas a oeuer cnance io Kt;i ms o( cars agaiist our jire exit Ao0rs." snare oi governiiieni uiueu iuu iui i the first time "now realize that so- onilMT llirAnUCf called 'influence peddlers' are not 1.11 II K I irirUllTlLl needed as go-betweens in their . dealings with the government" (Continued from Page 3) The speaker said there are 112 fore answering. He lowered his Hero's Parents Get Posthumous Award The parents of a Scranton soldier, who was killed in action in Korea, yesterday were presented with a verdict, found that Rumley 1U fully refused to supply Informa tion demanded by the House Lobby Investigating last Summer. Rumley, 69. refused to give Ihe committee Information about Ihe puhlUhlna ctlvtlle of hit organ lialion. lie contended a rongira sional committee had no power to investigate publishing under the BUI of Rights. Rumely heard the verdict smilingly. He was allowed to continue at liberty under bail pending a; sentencing April 27. W. F. Davenport Dies in Florida William F. Davenport, St Petersburg, Fla., former resident of PitUton and West PitUton, died yesterday at his borne following a heart attack. A son of the late Tberion and Mary Ann Jones Davenport, Mr. Davenport was i retired Lehifh valley Railroad engineer. 31XOUR SIIVICI j RIOTS DRY CLEANING 411 LIKDIN PMOHl recalled only one similar indlrt I ment ever having been returned in his more than a quarter century M-rvif In Ihe county priMfrutor's oltlre. The defendant has been under 13.000 bail since his arret on Sept 4, 1950. at the instance of the North Scranton Bank & Trut Co Edward J. Muller, executive of the bank and prosecutor, alleged that Mr. Davis purchased tractor trailer equipment executed a chattel mortgage with the bank for 19.-992-48 on the equipment and then, without notice to the bank, disposed of the mortgaged equipment The xae will be luted for trial at the May 7 terra of Criminal Court jr"' si S $20,000 Damage) Asked For Fall on Icy Walk John and Alice Koatiewicz. 303 He had been employed by the Brook St . are claiminu S20.000 railroad 44 years until his retire ment In 1947. He was a resident of St. Petersburg since his retirement He was a member of First Baptist Church. Pittston; St. John's Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons; Thistle Lodge, International Order of Odd Fellows; Junior Order United American Mechanics; and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Englnemen. Surviving are his widow, the former Barbara Marshall; one daughter,' Mrs. Nellie Frates. Ashley; and one stepson. Edward Evans, and a stepdaughter. Mrs. Harold Miller, both of Springfield, Mass. The funeral will be conducted from the Howell Funeral Home, 55 South Main St.. Pittston. Mon day at 2 30 P M with services by Rev Walter E. Caper, pastor of Honesdale Baptist Church. Burial. Tuesday in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Philadelphia. damage tn a, suit filed in County Court yesterday against the City of Scranton and the Lackawanna Rail road. The suit is the result of injuries received by Mrs. Kostiewicx on Nov. 29, 1950, wheu she tell on an Icy sidewalk in front of Lackawaana Railroad property in the 300 block of South Washington Ave. Harry A. Kolb Is counsel for the plain tiffs. Lutrn 10 Station HQ AS FRESH CAUGHT 11 mttiiiii I ElSrrl Fillet Sole Fillet Haddock BLUE FISH SEA BASS SHAD BULLHEADS Scranton Fish Co. 41M17 N. MAIN AVE HYDE PARK HONE 34314 FREE PARKING IN REAR pfc james j. Mccormick federal agencies housed in Pennsyl- head, gazed about furtively, vania, 19 of which are located in "It was on Monday at the jail, Scranton; 26 in Philadelphia, 25 in when I was getting a shave, he Pittsburgh, and 14 each in Wilkes- said finally. t)nirA Vvlr mwA TVn cti-surfi 14 aa I T ln1 ar aai ii that ci He added that the government owns to go to the barber shop. He t'ffiZJn atS?? 56 buildings in Pennsylvania, and into the barber shop. That's when?1 S11111 Arsenal in Phila- that 271 buildings with 6.539.320 he said It" Skucas explained. r rC""'.. , : ... . A . Bronze Star Medal won by their son for valor. Mr. and, Mrs. Leo T. McCormick. 1663 Ruane Ave.; parents of PFC James J. McCormick, accepted the TsBTnST th? XSSiorT !SircrvkoM will close when 200 '8&BM dif ? u Jud , Mrs. Marie Leniak. faculty adviser. Bve been made. f toIiti will in- iaTL u win take five ve.r. G t LSr.i .rrS Henrv M. Geis. DrlnciDaL la general The arrangements committee in-!"; . He said J it will Uke five yea" J chairmai The orchestra rtoected eludes: Mr. Reese, Hayden Carpen-de James L. McDevitt president he will get me in the pen He will by Horace Gregory, will entertain before the first curtain and between the acts. ' The cast of the eomedV nortrav. lng ah eccentric Manhattan family ter JrJ. Nelson .Davis,' Wyndham ' the Pennsylvania State Federa stick a shiv' (a prison-made knife) Williams and Howell Thomas. - uon oi aoor, ana juajria ja. wauter, mto me. He said u he don i no u The ladies of the Trillium Guild stat secretary of labor and Indus- his friends will," "Skucas, visibly will serve the dinner. Class ffi- , - , . frightened by this time, told the pun are- Mr Tlavi nre.ident- The convention banquet Will be court. Include: Miss Lorraine GUmartin. John J. MacMillan. vice president: L.8ht at 7:30 when O. William judge Eagen tl this point, an- Jack I riminn nnlnrtl Anrfrlnla KV.It.r CiiHm et.n T Am 1 BlSier, fniiaaeipma, general eXeCU- nminKsH that he was Heferrinff sen. Vincemt TarteUa. Geraldine Boylan, Lewis, treasurer; Emrys Collins, li- L,v.boLd mem,ber'2.d DV,r,cl'1'ul tence. AssisUnt Attorney Thomas David Slugg. Harry NageU. Roy brarian, and Ben Lloyd, pianist1 SXalSiJ' -a'J.I1!? J- Foley, who was present when Perryt Jack Bevan, James Harris, Plans were made to co-operate In lY? W!?Tngi-n ay , . Skucas related his story, reported rrances Dana, Florence Kwiatek. the first annual outing of , th Siul" """t ?L the incident later to District At and Robert McGuire The make-up committee Miss Agnes Costello, McLean Miss Kathrvn Fitrsimmons. , . ' ? Tomorrow's sessions at 10 A M. M2frld?neBuS "e Invocation by Rabbi Dies at Her Home ?;Jr , r. f f,'.is. i0"! local committee includes Mr. Lewis, SamB.! volkman this citv. a talk 165 UT ner nome Miss Mary VwchaiL Straides Fred 0sterhout nd Herbert Sut- by Mr. Blaier: introduction of reso- Mrs. Hannah Mason Halpin. 650 special representative of William J. Halpin, died, last nignt at ner parties, in order to take water and ammunition to men of his infantry division on -Sept. 12, last Sixteen day later he was killed in action. Madelyp Mayer.. Eleanor Garafala Laymen's Fellowship of Northeast- "n'v.. r...... St.: J?. T tor ney Carlon M. O'Malley. nittee Includes- , DSy c'Sf'a TheToutln Ut ty and Thomas P. O'Keefe, Philadel- . . ... . SSTiAr -feSSWrSSTk to am. Hannah M. Halpin are: Miss Sarah Jones, Mrs. Julia Renda. Miss Eleanor Thorburn, Jo- senh iSklanka Franrii Mnran iohn PknU I InUe t AS4 Green, International AFL president, home following a short illness PfafLMrs Marv Burke Mis Claire Willi i w aim and Attorney Evans. Officers also Mrs. Halpin's husband, who died City Gets $300,000 In Tax Revenue Theityvreccived a $300,000 tax turnover loday from Tax Collector Andrew P. J. Best only to find that $236,063 is already earmarked for payroll and sinking fund require ments. The payroll requirements will take a $93.00 Ocut out of the money realized on the current tax duplicate while $143,968 must be set aside for retirement on May 1 of a number of improvement bonds some dating back to 1922 Insurance Suit Trial Nears End Closing testimony Is being beard today in the lawsuit of Mrs. Anna Makowski, 839 Dlmmlck St., Dick son City, against the government being tried before Federal Judge Albert L Watson and a Jury Mrs. Makowski is seeking to collect proceeds of a $10,000 National Service Life Insurance policy car ried on the life of her son, Henry, an Army veteran. He committed suicide May 21. 1946. The govern ment refused to pay on grounds premiums had lapsed. Mrs. Ma kowskl alleges her son was en titled to waiver of premiums due to total disability. Assistant UJS. Attorney Joseph P Brennan represents the fovern- ment Attorneys James J. Powell and John W. Bour are for the defense. Greatest Value Ever in a Super Quality TV Console! P1H1I1LC . ncTun Qtur! Finnegan. Mrs. Louise Mclntyre. I In riAlhinei ftnwA Mrs.illelene Gross and Geonte " "..w. will be nominated. in December, 1946, was well known Other state officers, vice presi- in regional railroad circles and was Green. Miss Alberta Maher and The women of all Catholic Jew- nts and members W state execu- yardmaster for the Lackawanna . ..... i. : . -- . nr:i 1 : . tr i n , MISS AUOrey .Fierce. DUbllCltV sh mrf Prntoshnt rhnrhi uve roumu, we. yiuimu v iven- Kaiiroaa. chairmen. West Scranton willunite Sunday arck, Philadelphia; Rudolph A. M. Mrs. Halpin formerly resided Sterbach. Lancaster: Thomas Smith. I in North Scranton. She was a com- W-e.t SIrU CU.U relief drive scheduled for Sundsv West Conshohocken; Daniel McGee, municant of St Peter's Cathedral I T 7 , Th t,ntin.,iHa driv. fe einth. "azleton; Joseph BarteU, this city; and a member of its women's sode- To Sa Trnvfl nniia 1 t j v.. t. o J. 4 A. Kunes. Boalsbure: Homer ties "The West Side Woman's Repub- America upon the request of nfeKf Surviving are two adns Henry J. lican Qub will meet Tuesday it 8 foreign reUef agencies. urih and a Dale Horner- Johns" at home, and Maj. Dame E Halpin, current tax revenue by Collector Best. Early in April he advanced $25,000 which was needed to meet the payroll. Blood Donations Short of Goaf serving with the Army In Korea; a daughter. Mrs. Clarence J. Me- Glone. this city, seven grandchil dren; a sister, Mary M. Mason, New York City, and a brother, ACHESOH OFFERS (Continued from Page 1) end by the aggressors determining from bitter experience In the field and by the growing strength of the nations opposing them that the at tempt has failed and is too danger ous to continue; or those responsible for it can deliberately choose to widen hostilities and risk a gen This is the second turnover of eral w ar," Acheson said P.M. in the auditorium of the West A house-to-house campaign will f : .J j n , : C - . : ... . . ; n I W C mJ .... Km a.. 4 a oiut j rwjice aiauon wun airs, i.i tuuuuiwu uunuaj uj otuuu. i , ... WUlard Evans, president in charge All residents are requested to place MOW ley Woman Dies of the businss session. their donations on their porches. I Mrs. Elizabeth Simkins, 77, wife A mot Inn nirtnre iravclnni lvtll I The rlnthinff will he narked nextlnf T v ivDii " i - - m " ivt vatcta u tHuisuiUf oxf Trm la-- . ir-..- XT T meetine Tha nirtnr. fenm 4h. Chnreh Jeffersnn Ave Renreaent. t .co..n .t v-J T u The funeral will be Monday from travel department of the First Na- atlves from the Jewish churchesl Born in Hawley, a daughter of the ,mUo m, i tional Rank- nt .Orantnn I wtll nark nn Mnnrfav the Pnthnlir Wt. - T-v- o 1. 1 maSS Et 9:30 A.M. In at. reter S Mrs. Ethel Schoen. chairman, will group on Tuesday, and the Protes-Blossom, she was a member CtheJ. Intement will be in report on the current membership tants on Wednesday Hawley Methodist Church. C,t, Cemetery- "en m,ay drive. The program will be in . - . Her husband, Leonard, and cal1 at the home after 7 P M' t0" charge of Mrs. Catherine Murray i rtWOl PTA Plnne AnrIrin several nieces and nephews sur- morrowj . and ;Mrs. Ann Widmer. i LOW6II lIA flans AUCIIOrt yive 1 Mrs. Bessie Hower, chairman, will ; The Parent-Teacher AssociaUon, Tbe funeral will be Saturday aft- Police Seek to Locate. be in charge of the social period, IV .Jh7S? weJ emoon from the Teeter Funeral Mll4 Mnina assisted hv Mrs -Edith ririffifh. conduct an auction Wednesday, u,,-. rk,. v. c i... MlSSIflQ NUT VtaCnine Mn. Ruth Jones and Misj Eliza- ZfJx iiZnm'- Grove Cemetery, Scranton police today are at-beth Roderick. ., alK, "i!; Florenc RogerS- Hawley. tempting to solve the mystery of WrWnn.r rirlu. I S. .ll .?ft 1faulKMagn0 session will be in charge of War- 27. wpoT.t" Je.d- Wastepaper Drive Ll$ted will be in charge of the business rn ri9will an(1 (.ftmmittPA a repon ne Boy Scout Treoo 3 West Park 8sion. Mrs. Elmer Evans Is social "LdiJs AuxmaT t TJncnin .arters' the nut-dispensing ma-t:JC? JL '.. Fark chairman Members are reouested r. Au3a"ary , to Uncoln chine vanished from the bar at Methodist Church, will conduct a JJbK donSS7oruc5JS! HeighU Post, American Legion. Scanlcn's Cafe, 217 Penn Ave., last wastepaper drive Saturday at 10 10 fj includes- lilrs. nd a card party Tuesday night. h.wV11'1""- EP?,r Roger, Mrs. Edward May Jr, Mrs. . P?.in Athe pst rHPf.,f.148 disappearance was reported Hyde Park and adjacent Provi- Evans" Mfs. Miehael Butsko Mrs. South Mam Ave- Mrs- D- WiUiam noticed immediately after a man k 'k 1 a' Charles Kowalski, Mrs. Magnotta, me" president Misses Minnie described as Joseph Bernard, 59, nans xor me anve were made tf d...i rA.nnw.,.M ..j u and Thprp; Rrolna ora pnrholr. r u u:. ntA. . iv . i . . . . " . , en a, iui' IUU HUB. " - - - v vn.i uuiaiiu, vn., icii tua ia.c aw mc , at a recent meeting with Daniel James Cooney. men. Members are requested to bar near the machine. Green scoutmaster in charge. Pro- ' ; bring a 2$-cent gift and cards. Bernard was taken into custody reeds will be used to raise funds prP,mftttfJ s n rnrnnrnl FideUtyf Oass, First Baptist on suspicion and drunkenness to buy equipment and send scouts , wsE!5 PrU. b have a covered dish charges after Andrew Buzinke, the to Scout Camp during the Sum- .r' an.dnTi f JSfiL dMSSi "W" tomorrow at 6:30 P.M. at bartender, made a complaint He mer. Qarence Zimmerman is troop "60 Preston St., recently received the hom o c. R Park was searched and 14.20 in nickels committeeman. - word that their son, Charles W. Norto Main Ave 0icers will De found on hi8 per8on. The collection wil lbe made c ,na ben promoted to eiected and team captains will re- But the "nut machine" is misa-from Pettibone St., to Uoyd St. corporal. port A wmte elepnant party wiU ing and Mount Vernon Ave., and .Corporal Price Is stationed at folloWf Mrs Herbert Davis will Trips Park SecUon to Keyser Val- Fort Jackson, S.C, with Co. B, preside. . , r,,..U r pArm;i ley. j 28th Infantry Regiment of the 8th Prjh; Vhiihh' 4 U..i i He was one nf the first tn leave X''vlT L. Un the draft last SepTember." He a mmDgSlty . Th- Control Board Socfetv Bethania Church "ll wai.home for the Easter hoUdays. Mr and MrsT Stanley Godek. 533 m nsuTSDur n" anonuncea tne meet tomorow t 8 MlV r to enterin8 e Army he was North Mam Ave recenUv !usPnrtlon af?S YV"? meet tomorow at 8 P3L in the emDi0ved at Ma parce Brothers f10" am ,A,Ye, "cenuy re- May jo, of the drink dispensing church social rooms. pTdSco at M4gargee Brothe" turned home following a week at pernit of Michael and Lillian San; ,John James Jr. president iwill rm1 w- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman tomauro. Community Tavern, 2329- be in charge of the business ses- ia.. c:J- f . Wincovich and Mr. and Mrs. Jos- zf North Main Ave. Alleged in- aion. A group discussion iwill JIUO wwiiinya iepn wasilewslu, Bridgeport, Conn fractions included Sundav sales. follow. Mrs., Mary Helen King and Mem Fellowship, First Baptist Mrs. Julia Gurdock, 1128 Rundle permitting minors to render serv-Mri. Betty Owens will be in charge Church, will elect officers tonight St., has returned home following ice, employing minors under 18 of the entertainment .and games, at 8 in the church social rooms a visit at tbe home of her son-in- years of age and permitting enter-A social period will follow with with Harry Brown presiding. The law and daughter in Bridgeport, ment without an amusement Der- Scranton area residents last Thursday contributed a total of 44 pints to the regional1 blood pool and since that date the blood bank has consigned 100 pints of blood to area hospitals, in addition to two units of human serum albumin, a rare blood derivative. Sixty-seven of the 100-plnt total were delivered to area hospitals this morning as follows: State, 24 pints; Hahnemann, 21; Mercy,- 8; Moses Taylor, 4; St. Mary's, 5; West Side, 2, and Taylor, 3. During the week, 33 pint were delivered to the institutions for distribution free to patients. The State Hospi tal today also received the two units of human serum albumin re quired for a seriously-ill patient During the morning hours today, the response of blood donors for the visit of the Red Cross Blood- mobile at the Scranton Chapter House was . reported "very slow." The mobile blood collecting unit will remain at the Chapter House until 3:45 P.M... and will return tomorrow from 2 to 7:45 P.M. In announcing that defense nego tiations were under way with Aus tralia and New Zealand, Mr. Tru man said this was part ot a much wider strategic plan to safeguard! the Pacific against aggression. Mr. Truman also said in his statement that the U.S.: (1) Is discussing with the Japanese Government a post-treaty arrangement permitting U.S. armed forces to remain provisionally in and about Japan. (2) Expects to continue to keep armed forces in the Ryukyus, par ticularly at Okinawa. (3) Is giving military support to ; the Philippines. He added: "And the whole world knows that the U.S. recognizes that an armed attack oa the Philippines would be looked upon by the U.S. as dangerous to its own peace and safety and that it would act accordingly.' r r 1 ir 11 t ii ill it via. i 1 1 n II 1 I J tiaaaasms JJJ 1 ir - - a 4 er - . aa Mm j m a v a 1 1 . n . ar - - mr sm m I ..r.n I I .77f- m ?V .ev II ; iv V. 4lcs LSN;'V W' 1 ii AMBULANCE AIDS MAN Gerald Crowley, 56 ot 831 River St., was removed to Moses Taylor Hospital in the Fire Department ambulance this morning at 8:51 after he collapsed in a washroom at the Lackawanna Railroad Diesel Shop. FREE INSTALLATION On ANY Television Set PercKesed Her FOR ONE WEEK OHLY This amazing free offer will pettrrrefy anal Thsroiay April 26th. Hurry, don't mm this special pprt. nity to have your television set In tie lied at no extra charge. lnttalltlon By Fmctory Trmind Trhn,icimAt WEST SIDE HOME & AUTO STORE West Scranten't Ttlevisie Headquarters 211 M. Mils Ave. Aireta Frta Wast SUs Tasstra JOSEPH ZAYDON. Mtr. SCRANTON. PA. refreshments. 0 program following the business I Conn. 0 Imit Farmers Night Market Committee Will Meet The Farmers Night Market Asso ciation's Public Relations Committee will have a luncheon tomorrow at 12:30 P.M. in the YWCA cafeteria. Plans will be made for the asso-: ciation's Farmer and Consumers meeting on Thursday at 7:30 P.M. in the Scranton Century Club. Mrs. James Linen Jr., public re lations chairman, announced today that the association will present a play, "To Market to Market," written by Richard Conlan, Scranton playwright. The play will be directed by Paul'Heddes. A farm exhibit also will feature the meeting. DULUTH. MINN. (UP) When thieves broke into Melvin Gallipo's apartment, they took a china doll bank from a shell and stole approximately $20 in various denominations of coins. They left 150 pennies scattered on the floor. 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