THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1960 THREE
Trinity Lutheran Your Life Youth Leader to Name Winners
New Paltz Area
Church Installs And Mine Of Esopus Yule
Speak at Shokan Methodist Notes
Council Sunday By Lights Contest
Vols to Attend Service
Newly elected church council- CLYDE HERBERT SNELL Winners of the Town of
Services will b e held Sunday Esopus Lions Club's town-wide
m e n and officers will be installed MOTTOS at churches of the New Paltz
a t the 11 a. m. service Sunday Christmas home lighting; contest
T h e r e a r e all kinds of mottos. Methodist Parish, a t 8:30 and 11 judged during the holiday week
a t Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Some a r e quite hum-|drum — a. m. in New P a l t z ; a t 9:15 a. m. were announced today hy E,
Church Spring and Hone Streets nothing very distinctive about in Lloyd and a t 2 p. m. in Plu- Sterling Potter, Lions Club
The councilmen elected at the t"*1™- O t h e r s are unique in de- tarch. president.
a n n u a l meeting of the congrega- sign a n d clever in phraseology They are:
The members of t h e New
tion at the church last week are They catch the eye and lay leash Paltz F i r e Department, of which First award—-T. Joseph Reis,
Percy Slover. Albert Nonnen- to t h e mind. And there are all the local pastor is chaplain, will 165 Stout Avenue, Port Ewen.
macher, Herman .Osmers, Fred the m o t t o s t h a t would be classi- be t h e honored guests a t the Second award — Edwin M.
Schussler. Councilmen w h o s e fied somewhere between those early service at 8:30 a. m. in the Doyle, 171 Bayard Street, Port
New Paltz Church. The Rev. Ewen.
terms expired were Robert two e x t r e m e s . Third award—Mr. and Mrs.
Schwenk, Alfred Relyea, Frank Willett Porter will preside a t
The real value of a motto is this service, as the others sched- Harold Sturrock Jr., 153 Lamp-
Snyder and Charles Schullen- not determined, of course, by uled, with P e t e r A. Jacobs, assis-
man Avenue, Port Ewen.
berg. t a n t minister t o students assis-
Honorable mention — Joan
w h e t h e r it is clever er ordinary. Feil, River Road; William Pren-
Officers to be installed are: ting.
Burton H e 1 d r o n , president; Probably a s a general rule the dergast, 184 Bayard Street and
commonplace ones mean far Ushers at t h e New Paltz serv- Mrs. J. Spinnenweber, Doris
W a l t e r Behnke, vice president JACK WYRTZEN
and financial secretary; Frank more t o u s than those which
ices for the m o n t h of January Street, all Port Ewen.
International youth leader, will be Vernon Ronk, Francis Special mention was made of
Doyle Jr., secretary. William 1 can l a y j u s t claim t o being ; j^WySSn" vvXconduc? a Sullivan, Richard Heroy, Leland the cooperation by Town of
min^Srtreiur^ ^ uni
< ^ ""»»« i s n 0 t h i n * t h a t I ^ ™X™i S s S E i T V Heinze, Wesley LeFevre, and Esopus Businessmen's Associa-
Also serving on the' church ! > g y r ntl could
** called clever
I£: 5 ^ C u r c h Sunda
^m >'. J a n 1 T
Leslie Johnston. Greeters. a t the tion for their efforts in decorat-
council are Paul Terpening, J o about the familiar motto often 2 ^P P- - church door Sunday 11 a. m. will ing public buildings and busi-
seph Leiching and Henry Rose. . .. , „„
be Mrs. Walter Coulton and
A former band leader, M r . Mrs. George Dammeir.
The Rev. Dr. F r a n k L. Goll- seen in Our Home." reads: words W y r t z e n n o w directs a weekly
homes which The God coast-to-coast youth broadcast
nick, pastor, will officiate at the Bless are simple. The idea is ancient. He frequently appears on televis- Board Meets Monday
installation service assisted by (It would be hard for us t o
the Rev. Albert H. Shultis. The
Rev. Dr.'GoUnick's sermon theme i m a S i n e a n y Person among u s TV program, "Songtime." His Panz
ion and has conducted his own j The Official Board of New
Methodist Church meets
will be Soldiers of the Cross. who could come upon those broadcast is heard every Satur- Monday, 7:45 p. m. All stewards, Northers Spiea
words, hanging upon a wall in , day over WKNY at 7:30 p. m. trustees, and organizational and M c i n t o s h - Cortland
Special music arranged by a home, as a brand new exper- i Mr. Wyrtzen is also director
Donald Romme, minister of mu- | ience. Probably no one who j of the three Word of Life Camps church officials are expected to Bed and Golden Delicious
sic, will include: be present. Plans will be made Macoun - Wealthy
reads these lines can remember PLAN MCCARTHY DINNER—The commit- (1-r) seated* Benjamin Schecter and Joseph
Prelude, "Meditation of Psalm when those words were not fa- at Schroon Lake and h^s s t a rand for t h e forthcoming Quarterly tee for the Dick McCarthy testimonial dinner Carroll Jr., co-chairmen; Gerald A. Smith, ticket
124", Clokey; anthem, "Create miliar as a domestic motto. But similar ventures in Brazil made Conference as well as the trans- January 23 at Wiltwyck Country Club met this
Yucatan Mexico. He had chairman; standing, Chairman John R a y
Roooeta • Spttxeoberg.
I n Me A Clean Heart", Muller; action of other board business. week t o discuss a r r a n g e m e n t s for the occasion Rome Beauty
Mayone, and Louis W. Sapp.
postlude, "Prelude and Fugue in the t h o u g h t that is expressed is ; numerous trips t o countries in and check ticket sales. Those attending w e r e ' PEARS
D". Bach. sublime. ! all p a r t s of the world to speak Lloyd Ladies to Meet
God cannot, of course, bless a ' at youth conferences. The Word Seoltel • Boca
home just because the motto j of Life Fellowship now helps sup-
hangs on t h e wall. Are the mem- port 60 missionaries in 21 coun- Methodist Church will be the
The church hall of Lloyd
Ticket Sales Brisk Manager Named Gateway Association Onions • Potatoes
scene of the J a n u a r y meeting of F r e s h Pressed Sweet O d e r
bers of t h a t home living daily in tries.
a w a y t h a t makes it possible for the . Ladies' Aid Society of the For Testimonial By Finance Firm Plans Annual Meeting F r e s h Eggs - Maple S y r u p
Coming in Him t o bless it? t h a t is the piv- church tonight a t 8 p. m. Mrs. The a n n u a l meeting of G a t e -
otal question. Some of the grav- Grace Community Fred Bragg is president of the Feting McCarthy way Association will be held
The New York Times est domestic quarrels often are organization.
Ticket sales were described as
Sunday, J a n . 17, a t 2 p. m. in
Clinton Avenue Methodist
carried o n under t h a t motto.
Some of t h e worst profanity
Church Services Plutarch Meeting brisk b y Chairman John Ray Church Hall. FRUIT FARM
Election of ameers will b e OPEN TIL 7 P. M. . >
often is uttered adjacent to that Slated on Sunday The monthly congregational Mayone for the Dick McCarthy
held, and a large attendance is mW OPEN ALL YEAR ~W&
National gracious sign
"God Bless Our Home." There
which reads: meeting of the P l u t a r c h Metho- testimonial dinner t o be held a t
Grace Community Church will dist Church will take place Wiltwyck Country Club Satur- requested by Miss Kathy Cough- ULSTER PARK, N. Y.
is no magic in a motto. I t will hold services Sunday at the L a k e Tuesday 8 p. m. a t the home of lin, president.
Economic Review do nothing for us unless we live Katrine Grange Hall, just off Mr. and Mrs. Horace Elliott, day, J a n . 23.
Monday, January 11 by t h e guidance and the chal- Route 9W, three miles north of North Ohioville Road.
lenge of t h e t r u t h which is its Kingston.
Mayone emphasized th'at it
was not a stag event, and that Monday Only, Scalp Specialists
reason for being. There is n o Sunday school will be held a t Wesley Fellowship
magic in a motto; but sometimes 9:30 a. m. There are classes for
t h e r e is sacrilege in it. If we all ages.
ladies w e r e invited t o attend.
The Wesley Student Fellow- The announcement w a s made a t In Kingston, N. Y.
International have no intention of attempting
ship, college student
Morning worship will be held group, associated
with New a recent meeting with co-chair- Will Show How to Save
to live so t h a t God can bless our at 10:45 a. m. The pianist will Paltz Methodist Church, will men Joseph Carroll J r . , a n d
Business Review home, it would be far, far bet- be Gilbert Cicio. The choir, un- meet Sunday 5:30 p. m. for sup- Benjamin Schecter.
t e r — safer for the soul — t o der the direction of Mrs. Albert peV, after which t h e group will and Prevent Baldness
Tuesday, January 12 t a k e t h e m o t t o down and toss Sadler will sing "The Awaken- travel to the AME Zion Church J a n u a r y 16 w a s noted a s t h e
it in the trash, can; or store ing Chorus." There will be a solo deadline for ticket sales by Monday, J a n u a r y 11, a t the
it a w a y in the attic, o r cellar, by Wiliard Davis. Infants Sha- in Poughkoepsie for the evening Gerald A. Smith, ticket chair- Governor Clinton Hotel in Kings-
against t h e day when the wis- ran Lynn Schwartz, Gregg E m - service and a time of fellowship man. Tickets may be purchased ton, N. Y., Staff Director, Mr.
following. Guests may partici- from a n y of t h e committee
Review & Forecast dom of paying heed to the ways ory Houpseman
and t r u t h s of God might return. Wayne Wehrly will be presented
and Donald pate iii this program.
members including also Alan
M. E. G r a y will give free hair
and scalp examination between 1
of the Americas T h e following, you will dis- to the Lord in dedication. T h e Annual Meeting
cover, is a poem written a s sermon to be deliverd by t h e
Vogt, Andrew J . Murphy I I I ,
Tony Bell, Bob Browning. City
p.m., a n d 8:30 p.m. to hair wor-
ried m e n and women.
Wednesday, January 13 prose. I h a v e no idea who wrote Rev. Scott E. Vining, is e n - The Fourth Quarterly Confer- Judge Aaron " E. Klein, Addison Erickson Hair and Scalp Spe-
it — but it's good. "You may titled "Doers of the Word." ence for -"New Paltz Methodist Jones, J a c k S h a r r o t t , and Ed- J U L E S J . VALENSTEIN cialists, t h e oldest and largest
In these three big special sections. bring to y o u r office, and put in The Family Gospel Hour will Parish, will be held on Wednes- win Murphy. Announcement of a new man- organization of its kind makes Before After
The New York Times, with the larg- a frame, a motto as fine as its be held at 6 p. m. The pianist day evening, Jan. 27, beginning Dinner will be served a t 7 ager of Beneficial Finance Co., regular visit to Kingston, N . Y., Mrs. Virginia Barnes
est newsgathering staff of any paint; b u t if you're a crook will be Gilbert Cicio. The song- with a covered d i s h . supper a t p. m. Edward Eckert, WRGB-
publication, will fully explore and when you're playing the game, leader will be Wiliard Davis. The 6:30 and concluding with the TV newscaster, and former lo- 319 Wall S t r e e t , has been made producing even "fuzz." You c a n
analyze current business conditions t h a t m o t t o won't m a k e you a choir will sing "Wonderful meeting, presided over by the cal radioman, will be the toast- by the home office in New York easily follow, this new m o d e r n
in the* nation and abroad. They'll saint. You can stick up the pla- Grace of Jesus." There will be Rev. Dr. John Pearson, super- master. City. method in t h e privacy of y o u r
sharpen your understanding of what c a r d s all over t h e wall, but here a solo by Dorothy Eckert and a intendent of the Newburgh Dis- Mel Allen, the voice of the home. Actually, there a r e very
is t h e word I announce; It is not trio composed of Mrs. Kenneth trict. He is J u l e s J . Valenstein, for-
happened in 1959, what lies ahead New York Yankees, and nation- merly of Rochester, who .suc- few w i t h h a i r and scalp problems
t h e m o t t o that hangs on t h e Mathis, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ally-known sports announcer, ceeds George M. Carpenter. Car- t h a t cannot b e helped, by t h e
In the New Year. Be sure to read wall, b u t t h e m o t t o you live iard Davis. The evening sermon will be the* principal speaker. Erickson H a i r and Scalp Spe-
them. Your local newsdealer will be
glad to reserve copies for you.
t h a t counts. If the motto says, is entitled "Living Faith a n d
'Smile,' a n d you carry a frown; Dead Faith."
Says Boost Will penter, a v e t e r a n employe of the
Another prominent guest a t finance concern, has been pro-
the dinner will be Bill Brophy, moted t o t h e position of field
cialists home t r e a t m e n t method.
G u a r a n t e e d 12 Months
'Do i t now,' and you linger and Junior church for 8-12 year a native Kingstonian and for- supervisor. Erickson H a i r and Scalp Spe-
Distributed by w a i t ; if t h e motto says 'Help,' old will be held at 6 p. m. J o h n
and you t r a m p l e men down; if Sandeen will direct the junior
Be Sought of mer sportscaster and disc jockey
in this city, now with WABC, Valenstein, in taking over Before After
cialists accept only those who
will respond. If you a r e a c -
Kingston News Service the m o t t o says 'Love' and you choir. Mrs. S. E. Vining will pre- New York City. managership of t h e local office, M r . T. A. Melton, J r . cepted, you will be given a w r i t -
h a t e — You won't get away sent a flannelgraph story "Pil-
with the mottos you stall, for grim on Trial a t Vanity Fair."
Dairy Supports The remainder of t h e impres-."tcelebrates h i s fifth* year as a throughout the y e a r t o assure ten g u a r a n t e e for the length of
sive guest list will be announced, manager and his eighth with the you of success in a minimum pe- t r e a t m e n t recommended, o r u p
t r u t h will come forth with a There will be a Bible quiz and BOONVILLE, N. Y. (AP) - A Mayone said. Beneficial concern. to 12 months. Don't be s k e p t i -
bounce. I t is not the motto t h a t a magic object lesson "Broken dairy leader said today Congress He is a m e m b e r of the New riod of time. Erickson is now
h a n g s on t h e wall; but the mot- Bubble." Hartford Lions Club, the Cham- in its seventh year. Last year cal—this g u a r a n t e e alone a s -
ADIRONDACK to you live, that counts." Kinderkirk, for children 3-7,
will be asked to raise support
prices for dairy products which
Father Dies, Was ber of Commerce and has been alone, over one-quarter million sures you of success. So, w h y
responsible for encouraging and Erickson home scalp t r e a t m e n t s put off your h a i r problem a n y
will be held at 6 p. m. Mrs. Ron- longer?
At Funeral Home organizing Little League activ- were used.
TRAILWAVS Temperance Head ald Freeman will present a flan- the U. S. agriculture secretary
nelgraph story "Elijah, Fed by says will be continued through itis in Weedsport and New Hart- Baldness is slow and gradual,
even in the most common forms.
To Speak at CA
Ravens," and a missionary story the 1960-61 marketing year.
"A New Shirt." There will lie By increasing price supports,
For Son's Service The f a t h e r of two daughters The source of the most common
causes a r e mistreatment a n d
handwork and Bible memory farmers in the New York-New UNADILLA, N. Y. (AP)—A dou- and a son, he plans to make his neglect.
Methodist Church work. Jersey milkshed stand to gain an ble funeral was held Friday for a
N u r s e r y care for young chil- additional 6 million dollars a 37-year-old man and his father,
home in Kingston.
Valenstein pointed with pride If you now, o r have in the
S. Bowen> Hawkins, executive dren is provided a t both morn- year, said John C. York, execu- to the r a p i d growth of the fin- past, noticed dandruff, Itchy
who collapsed and died while visit-
director of the New Yor£ Tem- ing and evening services. company when he stressed
tive secretary of the Eastern ing the funeral home where his ance the first European office was scalp, excessive oiliness o r dry-
* THRUWAY EXPRESS perance Civic League, will be Tuesday evening, 7:30 will m.. a t Milk Producers Cooperative.
The church cabinet meet ness, excessive hair fall or thin-
recently opened in London, Eng- ning a t the temples o r crown,
2 Hours To the guest speaker at the worship the home of John Sandeen, Gar-
p. Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft son's body lay.
Benson said Friday the present The son, Alfred Courtney of land. The objectives of Beneficial you should see Mr. M. E. Gray
Now York City service Sunday 10:50 a. m., a t den Circle. dollar-and-cent support prices, East Masonville. died Tuesday in is to reach 2,000 offices this year. Monday. He will determine the
the Clinton Avenue Methodist T h e mid-week service a n d would be continued through the the Veterans Administration Hos- Assisting in the operation a t type of individual t r e a t m e n t re-
choir rehearsal will be held next marketing year, beginning pital in Albany after a year's ill- the uptown office a r e Walter quired, explain to you w h a t re- Before After
LT. LT. Church, 122 Clinton Avenue. Max and R o b e r t Lyons. sults you can expect, how long Mr. K. F r y e r
Klnfito a New York Wednesday evening at the home April 1. ness.
Born at Newport, N. Y., Haw- of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selzo, The father, Robert W. Court- you will have t o use Erickson
AM kins became a newsboy a t the Hurley Heights. The prayer Farm law sets 75 per cent of t r e a t m e n t , and how m u c h the F o r your free hair a n d scalp
* M o n . eaJy. 12i1S • S a t . , Mon. . 7i15 age of eight. Graduating from service will be held at 7:30 p. m. parity as the minimum for sup-
ney, 61, of Otego, died Thursday New D e p o t Chief cost will be, which is usually less examination, go to the G o v e r n o r
night in a funeral home in this
• M o n . . Sat. • D a l l y . . . 8:30 the Newport High School he es- The choir will rehearse at 8:45 port rates. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. (AP)— than imitators. Clinton Hotel between 1 p.m.
only . . 6:00 • D a l l y . . . 9:00
tablished his own sign shop when p. m. Parity is a standard for meas- Otsego County village. Col. J a m e s F . Quinn is the new and 8:30 p.m. on J a n u a r y 11 a n d
•kF.x. Son. 7:00 Dally . . . 9:30 he w a s nineteen. In 1939 he went The younger Courtney was an F r e e Examination
Daily 8:00 • D a i l 7 . . . 11:00 T h e Mary and Martha Ladies' uring farm prices declared by law inspector for the Scintilla Mag- commander of the Schenectady ask t h e room clerk f o r M r .
•* Daily 8:30 to Utica to work with Radio Fellowship will hold a work day to be fair to farmers in relation General Depot. T h e r e is absolutely no charge M. E . Gray's room number, o r
• D a l l y . . . . 10:00 FM Station WIBX and in a few years Thursday a t the home of, Mrs. to prices charged them. neto Division of the Bendix Avia- The U. S. Army announced Fri- or obligation for your free hair call him. H e does not m a k e a p -
• D a l l y . . . . 11:30 • D a l l y . . . 12:10 he w a s advanced to the position
John Sandeen, Garden Circle, be- York told a meeting of farmer- tion Corp. at nearby Sidney. His day that Quinn replaced Col. and scalp examination. The only pointments, so come a t your con-
Pit Dally . . . 1:30
1:00 • D a H y . . . 2:30
of sales manager. After World ginning a t 10 a. m. The ladies members of Eastern that the co- father was a retired Scintilla em- Bruce E. Kendall, who was reas-1 obligation is to yourself, to save venience*. Examinations a r e giv-
Daily . . . . 1:30 • D a l l y . . . 4:30 W a r I I h e became associated are asked to bring sewing equip- operative would petition Congress ploye. signed to the Army's logistics de- | your hair and gain more cover- en in private. You will n o t b e
• D a i l y . . . . 3:00 • D a l l y . . . 6:45 with Station WRUN as»the man- ment. to raise price supports to 82 per partment in Washington. age if your "hair factory" is still embrassassed in any way.
• Fri., Son.. 4i00
Dally . . . .
Dally . . . B:50 ager of their local sales, a po-
5:10 • D a i l y . . . 7:30
sition he held until 1952.
cent of parity. Decision on Sampson
• D a l l y . . . . 6:20 Such an increase, he said in a
prepared speech, probably would Air Base in Two Weeks
• Fri., Son.. 7t00
• D a i l y . . . 9:15 While in Utica, Hawkins was
8*n. only 1*1:60 active in civic affairs, serving as
20 Million Tons boost northeastern manufacturing WASHINGTON (AP) - The In- K
• S a n . only ttOO
milk prices about 12 cents per terior Department may announce
• D a l l y . . . 10t00 • D s U y . . . 11:60 the secretary of the Kwanis Club
for eight years. He has been a Passed Through hundredweight (46.5 quarts). This within two weeks whether it be-
would raise by 6 cents a hundred- lieves part of Sampson Air Force
t r u s t e e in a local school district
SERVICE for two years; and took an ac- weight the blend price received Base, near Geneva, N. Y . could P
t i v e part in the centralization Seaway in 1959 by farmers supplying the New be used for state park purposes, j
of the Frankfort-Schuyler Cen-
tral School. At the present time
York-New Jersey market for a to- A department spokesman made
MASSENA, N. Y. (AP)—More tal income boost of 6 million dol- the disclosure Friday as the Gen- •% %
•• % Coming S o o n . . .
he is a member of the board of than . 20 million tons of cargo |
directors of Ilion Hospitals** passed through the St. Lawrence
- Y<M*k added, eral Service Administration's re-
gional office in New York City ad- A
During the worship service the Seaway last year during its ,irst
Fast—Convenient— U w Rates
chancel choir, under the direc- full season of operation. Msgr. McEvov,
vertised for bids for sale of the
property. The bids will be Opened N
The waterway, operated jointly in New York March 8.
KINGSTON TERMINAL tion of Anthony Hummel, will
sing "Teach Me, O Lord," b y by the United States and Canada,
!tlv O ./ 7
The Finger Lakes State Park S
Trallwaya Bee Depa*
Attwood; and the Junior choir handled 20,103,767 tons of cargo
under t h e direction of Miss between April 25 and Dec. 3.
Of Syracuse, Dies Commission, a New York State
agency, is seeking 1.030 acres of
Byway * Flno Areve Ave. Dorothy Smith will sing "House Administrator Lewis G. Castle SYRACUSE. N. Y. (AP) - The the 1,937 acres that have been de-
TelepheM FK 1-0744 of Worship," by Gounod. of the U. S. St. Lawrence Seaway Rt. Rev. Msgr. Charles F . Mc- clared surplus.
NEW YORK CITT T h e Rev. Dr. Clyde Herbert Development Corp., who an- The Interior Department must
Evoy, pastor of St. Anthony of
Snell, minister of the Clinton nounced the tonnage Friday, pre- approve such use before the GSA
Pert Authority Tenetaal Padua Roman Catholic Church may transfer the lands to the
41at St. A Stk A»«. Wl 7 E300 Avenue Church, will conduct the dicted that 50 million tons would here since 1935, died Friday in a commission. It. has been Indicated
service of worship and introduce be carried annually by 1968.
ADIRONDACK TRAILWAYS the guest speaker. The public Castle said the United States' hospital. He was 84. that the department's decision will
m a y attend. share of revenues was sufficient Msgr. McEvoy had been a pa- be favorable.
to pay all operating costs, with tient at the hospital since Dec. 26.
two million dollars in excess. This He had served a s chancellor of
FOR THE BEST money will be applied to current the Syracuse Catholic Diocese and
Interest costs and the corpora- as superintendent
• schools In Syracuse before becom-
WILL BE AT "Well Worth Waiting For"
WASH IN TOWN The total 1959 revenue had been ing p a s t o r of St. Anthony's
estimated last June at (3,799.000 Church.
Previously he had served
of which $1,085,000 was earmarked
our 18'A<30 FOR iEST DRYING TIME IN OUR
HOYT LOADTROL DRYERS
for operation and maintenance. churches in Norwich, Whitesboro
The net revenue estimated to be
available for debt service was put
at $2,714,000 or 1714,000 over the Homer. He was ordained in 1913.
and the Great Lakes last year
Ships plying between Montreal State Gives Extra
Msgr. McEvoy was born in
carried 6,130,000 tons, a 132 per Day for '60 Plates
cent increase over 1958 when the ALBANY. N. Y. (AP)-An ex- WITH TREE RIPE
KINGSTON j waterway was opened partially tra d a y is being allowed this year,
for several months.
for owners dL automobiles and
from motorcycles to attach their 1960
OPEN MONDAY "TIL 9 P. IL
Montreal to the Atlantic totaled registration plates.
525 Broadway — AmpU off Strtet Forking
2,180,000 tons, a 31 per cent boost Motor Vehicles Commissioner
Tonnage both ways in J958 was William S. Hulls said Friday the
total was 9,274,119 tons.
extra day was allowed because
Upbound, the total cargo figure Jan. 31. the customary deadline,
hit 10,829,648 tons. The downbound falls on a Sunday. The new dead-
line is midnight Monday, Feb. 1.
H. B U R N S
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York