16' Cxa tttnM4pMkr, Twutoy, April 10, H1 Freeland And North Side r i- x jM Falatka, Correspondent 111 Fern Street, Freeland Pbow 1431 Urn news Iteni at SetUtager'i Drag Stow, Woodle'i ReiUnrnt, BrttiM ud ttyeri Bowling Academy or Nicky Noccbi i Store obile atPTA The story o the American Red Cross Blood mobile In general, and the coming Community Plan visit of the Bloodmobile to Freeland on May 22 In particular, will be unfolded to the Freeland Borough Tarent-Tcacher Association members at their monthly meeting Thursday in the Freeland High School auditorium. Four officials connected with the regional Red Cross Blood Program will be on hand at the PTA session in connection with the Community Plan drive for blood. The PTA meeting will start at 8 o'clock. The May 22 visit of the Bloodmobile will be at the Free-land YMCA. On hand at the PTA session will be John Grula, Freeland Bloodmobile coordinator; Mary Corri-gan, secretary, Hazleton Chapter, American Red Cross; W.A. Yuhas, chairman of the regional Blood Program; and Atty. Conrad Fal-vello, Red Cross director. The regional and local blood recruitment group is hopeful of topping the 300-pint figure in the community effort in May, and will enlist the support of the PTA as well as all other community organization! in the program. A quota of 300 pints of blood will mean that every person In the Freeland area will be covered with blood needs for the next six months period. Mrs. George Feissner, PTA president, will be in charge of the meeting. Officials announced that the PTA ession is open to the public. REPAIR, REMODEL, REPAY with FHA Citizens Bank of Freeland Air. Soph Team In Tourney Basketball has not yet faded from the scene. St Mary's parish of town yesterday announced it is sponsoring a team in the annual Brooks Basketball Tourney now on at Scranton. John Wargo, coach of great St. Mary's grade school CYO teams several years back, is coach of the Freeland team, a sophomore aggregation which is entered in the Brooks Sophomore Division. All of the boys, well-known in local high school play this past season, were members of the St. Mary's CYO teams that won championships several years ago. Most of the players are outstanding per formers who have experience in high school varsity play. Members of the team are as follows: Jack Hollis, Jack Feussner, Mike Urenovich, and Bill Woodring (MMI), and David Kanuck, Steve Kanyak, and Bill Job (FHS). TONITE OPEN 7 P.M. REFOWICH FEATURE 7:30 ONLY! r- WILLIAM CUFTON-1 - HOLDENWEBB I.QC.U.I THINK OF YOUR DRUG STORE FIRST Seitzinger's RELIABLE DRUG STORE 60S Centre Street Where Your Prescriptions Are Compounded Accurate ly and Carefully. HALLMARK Greeting Cards Fanny Farmer's Candies Chock Full o' Nuts INSTANT COFFEE 2-oz. can 5-oz. can OMSK Chicken-of-the-Sea TUNA 2 69s Bloodm Group Miiiitaa Sat. Clean-Up Day in Foster Saturday, April 14, has been set as the annual "Clean-Up Day" in Foster Township. The Saturday before Palm Sun day and the Easter period each year is designated by the Foster Township Supervisors as the day for the general clean-up of streets, sidewalks, ditches, yards, lawns, and gardens in the Foster Town ship sections of Freeland. Included are the areas of the township known as Woodside, Coxe's Addition, and the Grove sections. The township supervisors truck that day will make the rounds of the different streets to pick up all accumulated dirt, stones, leaves, and winter debris that has accumulated in and about the streets, sidewalks, and properties. Cooperation of the home-owners and residents of the sections has been asked, in that they should have all accumulations piled and ready for loading in the truck when it calls. The township truck will be in the Grove area for pick-ups in the morning, and in the Woodside' Coxe s Addition sections in the afternoon. The truck will take all debris, including that from streets, sidewalks, etc., and from private yards of residents. Union Service Union Lenten service will be held tomorrow nieht in Freeland in the Park Methodist Church, with Rev. G. Roof, moderator of the United Presbyterian Church, in charge of the service. Rev. Frank lin H. Bird Jr. is the host pastor. REPAIR, REMODEL, REPAY with FHA Citizens Bank of Freeland Adr. List Winners Of Field Trial Winners In the first field trial for bird dogs this spring held Sunday by the Freeland Kennel Club were announced yesterday by club officials. They are as follows: First "Jim," owned by John O'Gara, Hazleton. Second "Fred," owned by Pat Tee, Quakake. Third "Tim,M owned by Jack Amentler, Freeland. The trial, held at the local club's Sandy Valley Dog Training Area, attracted the largest crowd of dog fanciers and spectators since trials were started here several years ago. Twelve braces of 24 dogs competed officially in the "fun trial" on quail, and many other owners and handlers had their pets on hand. : Abe Lang, of Laurel Run, biologist for the state, served on horseback as chief judge for the trials. The Freeland club plans a number of other trials during the spring and summer months, and also is making plans for another 'coon trial in the near future. Kennel Club officer? are as follows: . President Jack Amentler. Vice President Joseph Magag-na. Treasurer Steve Laputka. Secretary Jim Brogan. i Here For Funeral i George B. Hudock, former Free-lander who is located at Pocono ; Summit, and daughter, of New I York, came here to attend the funeral of Michael (Slim) Shigo, also an ex-resident. Siiigo resided in the Hudock home at Pocono Summit. ! Mr. Hudock, 88, is visiting with his granddaughter, Mrs. Emil Pollack, Birkbeck street. His daughter will reside at the Poconos for the summer.. Foster Board Meeting The Foster .Township School Board will have its monthly meeting today at 7 p. m. in the Wood-side grade school building. President John Hollick will be in charge. Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallow 10-oz. 236 Refreshing COCA COLA lie plus CQ I "deposit 0 bottles Chicken-of-the-Sea Dietetic Tuna 25" can VFW Clothing Drive Is on Freeland Community Post 5010 Veterans of Foreign Wars, and its Ladies' Auxiliary, wai launen a World Clothing Week drivt in Free-land Ihis week, to collect used clothing and shoes for emergency aid to needy children and their families in economically depressed areas of the country. The clothing drive will continue through April 14, and is a part of a statewide effort sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. -John Rlsh and Michael Lozinak, chair-men of the local drive, announced the drive with this message: "We expect World nothing Week to be one of the finest community service projects ever conducted by the Freeland VFW.. Clothing collected will be distributed in poverty-stricken areas of the United States by World Clothing Fund, Inc., a non-profit, non-denominational charitable organization. Clothing will go to needy children in the Southern Appalachians who can't even attend school because they haven't a rag or a shoe to wear. It will be distributed to families who have lost their possessions through the destruction of a flood, tornado, hurricane or fire. Clothing will be given to American Indians living in wretched conditions on reservations. It will clothe orphans in homes all around the country. Local Post Commander Joseph Collins expressed the hope that the people of Freeland will cooperate as individual families in gathering up outgrown, unwanted clothing and shoes from closets and dresser drawers. All types of clothing are needed: Clothing for babies, children, teen-agers, men and women; as well as shoes, caps, mittens and bedding. Clothing contributions may be brought to the VFW any afternoon this week. Persons who have clothing also may call the VFW, and members will pick it up. Attend Installation Among dignitaries who were present for the Freeland VFW, Ladies Auxiliary installation this past weekend were Past District President Dorothy Sweda, Presi dent-elect Mrs. Steven Anderko, nt MoTiPtnn Pnst 589: Paul Baker. quartermaster of the Hazleton Post; and Frances Maury, president, and Delia Steward, past presi-' dent, of tne jreeiana American Legion Post 473 Ladies Auxiliary, j CWC Meeting The Catholic Women's Club will hold its monthly business meeting today at 7 p. m. in the K, of C. building. Hostesses for the social period after the meeting will be Mrs. Rachael Jacobs ana Airs. Margaret Dusheck. DentalTalkby Mrs. Gallagher ' Mrs. Frances Gallagher, of Free-land, will be' the guest speaker at this evening's dinner-meeting of the Women's Auxiliary, Hazleton Dental Society. Mrs. Gallagher Is the widow oi Dr. J. F. Gallagher, prominent Freeland physician who died sev eral years ago. She serves as dental hygiene consultant for the Pennsylvania Department of Health in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This evening's gathering will be held at 6:30 o'clock in Gus Gen etti's. Mrs. John Delia Croce. of Free land, wife of the local dentist, is the program chairman. Fearnots Ladies Meet A meeting of the Ladies Auxil iary of the Fearnots Volunteer Fire Company will be held Wednes day evening. The hostesses will be Catherine Banyas, Mary Banyas, Helen Bogansky, Mary DiFeo, Anna Mattis, and Mary Remak. An Easter theme will feature the so cial program. REPAIR, REMODEL, REPAY with FHA Citizens Bank of Freeland in. Church Activities Ladies Aid ouiltin2. Ss. Peter and Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7 p. m. Women s Guild monthly meeting. Freeland Methodist Church, 7:30 m. Women's Guild meeting. St. John Reformed united uiurcn ot unnsi, 30 p. m. Women's Class meeting, Bethel Baptist Church, 7:30 p. m. Free-Land Dairy MILK at your favorite store or delivered to your door iefesliinflv Jelkioiis Fearnots Get ' $180 From UL The Fearnots , Volunteer Fire Company treasury is richer by $180, thanks to the spirit of residents of Upper Lehigh. Fearnots officials disclosed that the sum of money was turned over to the fire company from the citizens of the Foster Township section of the North Side village. Several years ago the people of Upper Lehigh in Foster had a tirive to canvass for monies to in stall fire plugs in the village. The fund drive fell short, how ever, and the fire plug project faltered, and then died out. Over the period of years, the money was idle. Some weeks ago, the citizens' group decided something beneficial should be done with the money, and they got out a petition, asking the residents who gave to sign the money over to the township fire company. The Fearnots said the monies will be placed in its special fund for new fire-fighting equipment. At its recent meeting, the Fearnots accepted the money with appreciation to the residents of Upper Lehigh. In other matters, the Fearnots also voted cooperation with the community blood program in the coming Bloodmobile visit to Free- land. John Grula, local Blood mobile coordinator, was on hand to give a talk to the firemen. "Dead Cars" Must Go Mayor Andrew Lavinka yesterday reiterated that all "dead cars" parked on the streets of the community must be removed by owners, or they will be towed away by the borough, with costs and fines assessed against the owners. Several weeks ago, he declared a "war" on the many old, unused vehicles, some without wheels, that clutter streets in many sections of town. Police have been ordered to clear up the "mess." Freeland Borough Council, at its meeting this week, backed the mavor's stand and. in fact ordered him to fake a "get tough" policy on the matter. FHS Game Thursday Yesterday afternoon's opening exhibition baseball game for the Freeland High diamond Whippets against White Haven High has been postponed because of rain until Thursday at White Haven. 40 Hours Tonight Forty Hours devotions being held at St. Anthony's R. G. Church will be concluded with services tonight. S. Heberton Meeting A meeting of the South Heberton Sports Club will be held tonight at 7 o'clock at the Twin Oaks, Freeland-White Haven highway. Final plans will be made for the awards program for young trappers to be held tomorrow night at 7 o'clock in the third-floor rooms of the Freeland borough building. Films also will be shown tomorrow night. Birthday Today Bernard J. Yanek, Jeddo insurance agent 'and president of. the Jeddo Stars A. A., is observing his birthday anniversary today. No FIDC Meeting The monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Freeland Industrial Development Corporation, scheduled for last night, was not held. Instead, the board will meet on the night of the annual membership meeting, scheduled for later this month. Troop 58 Meeting A meeting of Freeland Boy Scout Troop 58 will be held today from 6:30 to 8 p. ra. in the scout rooms, parish hall. First aid instruction will be continued. Scoutmaster Joe Yadsko will be in charge. Sailor On Leave Andrew Laputka, United States Navy member, is on leave at the home of his family in Youngs-town, Drifton. Andy is a former Foster Township basketball star. Troop 50 Meeting Freeland Boy Scout Troop 50 will meet today at 7 p. m. at the Freeland YMCA. Scoutmaster Pete Sipes will be in charge. A meeting of all committee members of Troop 50 and Cub Pack 50 will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Freeland Elks Club. Recuperates At Home Mrs. John Howey. Walnut street, is recuperating at her home after having undergone a tonsilectomy at the St. Joseph Hospital, Hazle ton. Birthday Richard Gerlach, Upper Lehigh, is celebrating his birthday anniversary today. Richard is a senior at the Foster Township High School. No Free-Lance Meet Officers of the Free-Lance Rod and Gun Club announced that there will be no meeting of the club this month because of the Easter holi day period. Here From Alexandria Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kobrick, former Freelanders, were among family members here to attend the funeral of Edward Evancho. The Kobricks are located in Alexandria, Virginia. They also resided for several years in Florida. Urge Lots Clean-Up Borough officials are urging property owners to clear weeds, high grass, and accumulated win ter's litter from empty lots in the vicinity of their properties. The suggestion was offered at this month's council meeting that the fire department cooperate with residents who wish to have lots cleared, by arranging to stand by as lots are burned off. It was pointed out that the move would not only improve appear- Rush Twp. Cradle EoU Party The annual Easter Cradle Roll party was held recently in the Grier City Sunday School. The primary department was decorated for the season. Mrs. Ralph Matx presented a topic and the treasurer, Mrs. Curtis Walbert, gave her report. Refreshments were served. There are 18 members on the Cradle Roll; three new members added since Christmas. New members are Gail Schmerfeld, Gretchen Dieti and Kristl Matz. Mrs. Walbert and Mrs. Matz are in charge of the Cradle Roll. Honored at Party Mrs. Harold Ward, Park Crest, was guest of honor at a shower given in her honor at the home of Mrs. Walter Yost, Grier City. The honored guest was the recipient of many gifts. Refreshments were served. In The Service John Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Francis, Park Crest, is serving in the U.S. Air Force at Biloxi, Miss. Francis had been teaching school at Rochester, N.Y. He was a June graduate of Pennsylvania State University and had taken ROTC at the University. He was Inducted in the Air Force as a lieutenant. .Wedding Anniversaries Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osenbach, Grier City, 12th Sunday, April 8. They have two sons. Mrs. Osenbach is the former Rose Bachert. Mr. Osenbach is employed by Alcoa, Cressona. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brobst, Still Creek, 23rd today. They have two children. Mrs. Brobst is the former Agnes Schuetrum, Tama-qua. Mr. and Mrs. John Faust, Locust Valley, today. They have a daughter, Joyce. Mrs. Faust is the former Evelyn Creasy. Mr. and Mrs. George Kemetz, Quakake, 10th yesterday. Mrs. Kemetz is the former Lucille Smith. Mid-Week Services Mid-week Lenten Service in Christ United Church of Christ will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sermon theme Is "Gesmas" and will be given by the Rev. Mervin Heller. The Quakake Lutheran parish will hold Lenten Services at St. Paul's Church, Delano, on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Rodburn will bring the message. A week of services is being held at the Bethany Evangelical United Brethren Church, Barnesville. Services will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. Monday Rev. Donald Repsher, Lehighton; Tuesday Rev. Galen Klinger, Shenandoah, guest speak er; Wednesday Rev. Claire Matz, Ackermanville, guest speaker; Thursday Rev. Warren Mohr. Pen Argyl, guest speaker; , Friday Rev. Leonard Rodburn, Quakake, guest speaker. The Rev. Voigt is pastor of the Barnesville Church. Guild Brotherhood Meeting The Women's Guild and Brotherhood of Christ United Church of Christ will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Grier City Sunday School. Personals ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vinson and family, Hometown, spent the weekend in Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. William Petticrew and family, Hometown, spent the weekend in Washington, D.C., where they visited their son, Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haas and family, Allentown, are visiting Mrs. Haas mother, Mrs. Estella Reigel, Grier City. Misses Linda Shafer, Lakeside; Louise Seltzer, Quakake, and Susan ; Peters, Still Creek, spent the ' weekend at Lock Haven State College as guests of Miss Shirley Christ, a student there. ance, but also would be a health and safety factor, as the weed-filled, garbage-littered vacant lots are oftimes habitat - for rats, snakes, and mosquitoes in the summer, months, as well as garbage dumps. Borough Board Meets The monthly meeting of the Free-land Borough School Board will be held today at 7:30 p. m. In the high school building, Dewey street. President Malcolm VanHorn will be in charge. Tonight's Bowling The bowling schedule tonight at St. Michael's Recreation Center lanes: Freeland Merchants Bele-kanich's vs. White Haven Hotel, Major Industries vs. Urj'c, 6:45 p. m. North Side Ladies McNulty's vs. Nocchi's, Pitman'a vs. Kos-tick's, 6:45 p. m. Uryc, White' Haven Building- stones vs. Flagstones, Mantels vs. Veneers, 9:45 p. m. Ladies Gems League matches at the Freeland YMCA lanes at 8 p. m.: Rubies vs. opals, Cameos vs. Pearls. Advertisement Stops Constipation Due to "Aging Colon" New laxative discovery re-creates 3 essentials of normal regularity At you grow older, the internal mut-cles of your colon wall al age, tote the ttrength that propeli waste from the body. Stagnant bowel contents become so dry and shrunken that they fail to stimulate the urge to purge. Relief, doctors say, lies in a new Uxative principle. Old-style bulks and moisteners may create gas, take 3 or 4 days for relief. Old-style salts and drugs frequently cramp and gripe. Of all leading laxatives, only new Colon aid gives you its special 3- ay relief that works only on the lower colon (area of constipation). MeAdoo And South Side rani L Curran, Correspondent 121 East Blaine Street, MeAdoe Dial WA 2011 , Leave Items at ike Standard Drug More er Candy Kitchen Egg Hunt A Success A large crowd of spectators enjoyed the first annual Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon sponsored by Cub Scout Pack 46 of the Immaculate Conception Church and held in the home of Cubmaster and Mrs. William Mingo Jr., SouthJ fl ! A. 1 Harrison ureri. Cubmaster Mingo was assisted by James and Peter Russo. The committeemen in charge consisted of Stanley Mislitski, Joseph Billet, and Stephen Semuta. The latter member is chairman of the troop committee. The Cubs received prizes for each colored egg found. The Cubs took an active part in the Easter bunny hop and then displayed their Easter bonnets. Members of the judges committee were Mrs. John Rusnock, Mrs. Jack Motuk, Miss Margaret Stelbler and Jean Giber-son. The bonnets were made by the Cubs under the supervision of den mothers. Mark Billet took first prize and Joseph Mingo second. Billet is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Billet and Mingo is the son of Cubmaster and Mrs. William Mingo. Dennis Lynch and Stephen Semuta Jr. received prizes for perfect attendance at den and pack meetings. They are Cubs enrolled in Cub Pack 46, Den Two. Distribution of Easter candy was made to the guests by den mothers Mrs. Francis Patton, Mrs. Samuel Scarlato, Mrs. William Mingo and Mrs. Stephen Semuta. Recordings were played during the hunt and the Mingo lawn was decorated for the special occasion with Easter ornaments and cards. Cubmaster Mingo is thankful to all who in any way helped to make the egg hunt a success. Patrols To See Game The safety patrols in the elemen tary schools of both the parochial and public in town, will be guests of the MeAdoo Borough Police De partment at a league game in Yankee Stadium on June 9. Police Chief John Slivka is head ing the committee in charge of arrangements. Called On Parents Miss Margaret C. Starner, a stu dent trainee at a hospital in Philadelphia, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Starner, West Blaine street. Lenten Service Tomorrow Lenten devotions will be conducted at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Audenried Methodist Church. The pastor, Rev. Allen F. Cropf, will officiate. ... . Ambulance Call Stephen "Barney" Payich, rear 42 South Lincoln street, was taken in the MeAdoo Community Ambulance to. the Coaldale State General Hospital Monday morning. Soldier On Furlough Pfc. William B. Sabul, a member of the United States Army, is spending the week with his father, Jacob Polerick here. The serviceman is located in Virginia. Lenten Devotions Lenten devotions will be conduct ed at 7 p. m. Wednesday in Ss. Peter and Paul's Polish National Church on East Adam street. Called On Mother Miss Theresa A. Viscusky of New York City, where she Is employed, spent the past few days with her mother, Mrs. Anna Chonko, Quakake Valley. She observed her birth day anniversary April 6. Women's Guild Meeting A meeting of the Willing Workers of Christ United Church of Christ will be held tonight at 6:30 o'clock in Zwingli Men's Hall. Hospital Patient Mrs. Catherine M. Mazeiko, of South Tamaqua street, is a medi cal patient at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Pa. Confessions Today Three priests will ' hear confes sions tonight at 7 o'clock in St. Michael's Byzantine Catholic Church on East Blaine street. Wednesday, Holy Communion will be distributed at 6- and 6:30 a. m. Lenten devotions in the eve ning at 7 o'clock. Home From Hospital Joseph J. Kucharick, East Blaine street, is home from Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown, where he was under observation for the past few days. Early estimates show that local advertisers in the U. S. spent $2, 821,000,000 in daily newspapers last year. One of the leading categories of local advertisers is department stores, which invest 91 per cent of their promotion budgets in newspapers. Advertisement (1) Coionajd prevents the formation of dry, hardened waste for easy passage without pain or strain. (2) Colon aid's unique rebuiki'ng action helps retone ' flabby colon muscles. (3) And Colonatd acts gently oo the nerve reflexes that stimulate the vital "mass movement" of your lower colon. Colonaid relieves even chronic constipation overnight; is to gentle it was hospital proved safe even for expectant mothers. And Colonaid wont interfere with absorption of vitamins or other food nutrients. Get Colonaid today ICSTIODUCTORY SIZE 43 PTA Meeting In Kelayres The Kline Township Tarent-Teacher Association will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In the Ke-layres school. Miss Ruth Koch, art department teacher at the Hazleton High School, will be the principal speak-er. Refreshments will be served after the program and efforts have been made to attract a large crowd. Mrs. George Sacco, Jr., will be in charge of the business meeting. The officers again remind the Kline Township folks that PTA sessions are at all times open to the public and they invited everyone interested in the public school system to attend. Postpone MeeUng A meeting of the MeAdoo Outdoor Sportsmen's Club scheduled for tonight has been set back one week to April 16. Shop at the New Genetti Super Market in Tamaqua. Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Only a 15 minute drive from MeAdoo. Scout Meeting Tonight MeAdoo Boy Scout Troop 42, sponsored by St. Mary's Church of the Assumption, will meet tonight at 6 o'clock in the parish hall on East Grant street. Scoutmaster Daniel Olmann will be in charge. Stray Dogs Complaint A complaint that stray dogs again are roaming streets in vari ous parts of the borough was received from two sources over the weekend. One man reported that he was nipped on the left leg by one of the dogs. Budget On Display! Notice is hereby given that the proposed budget of Kline Township is now available for public inspection at the office of the undersigned, First St., Kelayres, Pa., same to be finally adopted at a meeting to be held for said purpose at the Kelayres school, Kelayres, Pa., on the third day of May, 1962, at 7 p. m. Jsf Michael Drusda, Sec'y. Kline Township, Kelayres, Pa. CYO Meets Thursday An important meeting of the Catholic Youth Organization Basketball League of town and the South Side will be held at 7:30 p. m. Thursday in St. Michael's parish hall, Tresckow. The Rev. Michael F. Messaros will be host pastor. All officers, coaches, assistants, managers and interested cage fans are requested to attend. Chairman Bernie Smith will preside. . Light Bulb Project Everything is in readiness for the MeAdoo Lions Club light bulb fund-raising project to be held today throughout town and the South Side according to an announcement Monday by Bernard T. Gray of town, who is heading the drive. The entire membership of the service club has been organized to supply friends and neighbors with light bulbs. Clubs and groups Chapter No. m, Di,lrtc, N. i First National Bank of MeAdoo iLiher,steuf,p,enns'lvania' at thc close business on March 26, 1962. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes . 5 ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash ' items in process of collection . . ' 481438IS United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ................. 686 815 63 Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including" $290,759.38 securities of Federal agencies. "; and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) 507.765.47 Corporate stocks (including $7500.00 stock of ,oo.i Federal Reserve bank T nm J J!...i. ,!!.. J. j uaus au uistuums unciucung aauA jjieiiusi-s ownea n,7UU.w, lurniture and fixtures V $1200.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to $ none - ! liens not assumed by bank) 1'900 00 Real estate owned other than bank premises ' s'ooo'oo Investments and other assets indirectly representing ' bank premises or other real estate ... 665 00 Other assets 12$ TOTAL ASSETS $3,492,178.01 MARniTiFc: v T Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time and savings deposits of individual'. partnerships, and corporations . 2 408 729 Deposits of United States Government (includine ' ' postal savings Deposits of States and political subdivisions" Deposits of banks Certified and officers' checks, etc. ......."' iviau vzrvbns , (a) Total demand deposits (b) Total time and savings deposits $2,408,729.81 Other Liabilities ' " " TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL Capital Stock: Km i vuiiiiuii stock, loiai par Surplus Undivided profits Resems TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,492,178.01 MEMORANDA -7T '. Assets pledged or assigned to secure ana tor otner purposes . . , . , f 100,781.25 I, Anthony B. Midash. Cashier, of th ahnva.nam. t...i. a hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct' to the best of my knowledge and belief, correct xo , . . - ..- we, the undersigned directors report of condition and declare suu iv we uv-ai u. uiu nuwicue . v ' in other communities have ha 4 fine result! with similar bulb sales. ' f AU proceed! will be used to purchase and erect street signs in town and Kelayres. At a recent meeting, the club went on record to erect street signs In Kclayrw Assisting Gray with the project are Michael Calovlch and Louis Swanson. Girl Scouti MeeUng A meeting of MeAdoo Girl Scout Troop 14 will be held tonight In St Patrick's school hall, North Clevel land street. Leaders said the ses. sion will start prompUy at 6:13 o'clock. Members are reminded to be In uniform. Mrs. Vickl Mack. In, MeAdoo Heights, is troop lea. er. Absent From School Miss Kathleen Mizenko, Haddock, town, is absent from classes at St. Patrick's school where she is fifth grade pupil because of ill. ness. She was entered In the St, Joseph Hospital over the weekend. . r y i Hubbard ? Medal for ' John Glenn WASHINGTON (AP)-The Hub. bard Medal the emblem-of great explorers of the 20th century-was presented to John II. Gleni Jr. Monday night "for extraordin-ary contributions to scientific knowledge of the world and be. yond." The award, given to only 20 oth. er men since it was first struck in 1906, was presented to Glenn by Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson before a crowd of 6,000 in the National Guard Armory. Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, said in his prepared speech that recent U.S. space efforts could be compared to tiie first successful airplane flights by the Wright brothers. "They were first unmanned but were followed by manned flight, completely preplanned and of a few seconds duration,", he said. "Their experiments were, again, power-limited, but they soon progressed beyond that point. Space exploration is now at the same stage of development." Glenn's citation on the National Geographic Society medal reads: "For extraordinary contributions to scientific knowledge of the world and beyond as a pioneer in exploring the ocean of space." The medal's first recipient wai Adm. Robert E. Peary, discoverer of the North Pole. Others, included Adm. Richard E, Byrd, Edmund Hillary. . , - Glenn gave the audience an account of his triple orbit complete with color slides of sunsets, coastlines, clouds and other phenomena he photographed during the famous Feb. 20 ride through space. The official color movie of the flight was shown for the first time. ..; ,;; i ;'. v.' i. Johnson said in his prepared presentation speech that Glenn's flight is only the beginning of America's man-in-space program. "In time," he said, "an American astronaut will orbit the earth for 24 hours. Then, for a week. After that, an American will orbit the moon. And then, a dream man has had since the, dawn of history will come true: An astronaut will land on th,e moon." Ever taste "pizza steak?" It's good old Swiss steak with a last-minute topping of -grated Parme-san or Romano cheese and a crisscross garnish of drained, canned anchovies. ............. i,xJ 7,500.00 overdrafts) 1,777,303.69 .$ 580.519.72 81 38,305.72 37,488.33 5,000.00 22,582.46 ixmz r?r na .$ 683,896.23 29,866.18 .$3,122,492.22 ACCOUNTS 120,000.00 ...s. 120,000.00 iw'nnnnn 'ess w ".;""."."; i5,'ooo.oo 369,685.79 liabilities and Anthony B. Midash. attest the rorrrtn. ts,;. that it has been examined bv us anu oeuei in true and correct. ' v,unifiius r. K.OU, M.U' John Skweir, . Michael Meholick. Sr. Directors.-'
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