HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N.Y., MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1966
A Child Remembered
With Scholarship Fund
TUCKAHOE — A Bronx in-
stitution has established the
Adam M a r c u s Scholarship More Jillage News
Fund in memory of the late
four - year - old grandson of — See Page 26
former residents Mr. and Mrs.
David Marcus. mmmmmmmmzmmimm
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus, of 19-
134 • D Ave. of the Oaks in bv the West Bronx Branch of
Newhall, Calif., formerly lived the YM-YWHA Nurseiy School
at 17 Fairview Ave. Adam Mi- and Kindergarten, which Adam
chael Marcus was their first attended for a short while.
New Eagles Jonathon Stenbuck, David Spence, Robert Kedney, Bruce Houston, Stephen Sady grandchild, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Marcus of t h e Besides his parents and
Bronx. He died Oct. 27 of leu- grandparents he is survived by
kemia. a younger brother, Robert
Scout Court To Hear Judge Galloway Talk The scholarship was sot up Martin Marcus.
HASTINGS - ON - HIIDSOX— \ two Eagle scouts—will speak at The program is jointly sponsor- | buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
County Judge John H. Galloway a three-troop Eagle Court of Hon- ed by Troops 2, 32 and 201 of j Stenbuck, 25 Prescott St.
Jr.—vice-president of Washing- or at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25, in Hast- Hastings to dramatize the char-
ton Irving Council and father of' ings High School auditorium. acter-building in the scouts when
so much is said about youth de-
linquency, M i c k e y Warner, A number of other boys in the
three troops will receive ad-
Fair Housing Group chairman of the court, declared.
vancements. They are engaged
this and next week taking Courts
of Review to qualify.
Judge Galloway will speak on
Reports In Hastings "Scouting and the Eagle Scout."
Mr. Warner said the general
public is invited. The five new Eagle scouts will
also receive the Lions Club serv-
HASTINGS - ON - HUDSON— i ly, "brokers seemed to believe ice award and the American Le-
gion citizenship award present-
A wide variety of experiences ! that money was the prime Five Hastings boys will win the ed by Joseph Stein for the Lions
! and attitudes related to Negroes factor in keeping more Negro coveted Eagle S c o u t award and Lewis Willing for the Legion.
! seeking homes here has been : families from moving to Ha- which Judge Galloway will pre-
! found by the Hastings Fair stings." sent. The are Bruce Houston, son
Housing Committee. of Mr. and Mrs. James Houston,
But he did say most of the 241 Farragut Parkway; Robert The Rev. Robert G. Dickson,
This is reported by Joe Les- brokers reported they would be Kedney, son of Mr. and Mrs. pastor of First Reformed Church,
ly of 20 Villard Ave., chairman receptive to requests for infor- Robert O. Kedney, 2 Burnside will give the invocation and the
from a canvas of 24 real es- mation about housing from such Drive; Stephen Sady, son of Mr. Rev. G. E. Johnston, pastor of
tate brokers in the village. groups as the Urban league of and Mrs. Emit Sady, 40 Euclid St. Matthew's Lutheran Church,
\ Beauty Salon — All but one reported that they Westchester County and the As- Ave.; David Spence, son of Mr. the benediction. The two church-
have shown homes to Negroes, sociation of Fair Housing Com- and Mrs. Bernard L. Spence, 35 es and the Lions are the sponsor-
the frequency ranging from two mittee. Heath Place, and Jonathan Sten- ing organizations for the troops.
your favorite 17.50 wave/
to 30, since the fair housing pro-
clamation issued by Mayor R-
now just 10.00, Sheldon Wagner in August, 1964.
All but one broker said that
complete with a snappy there has been no change in in-
terest on the part of Negroes
since that time.
new short cut, shampoo and
Seven of the canvassed brok-
ers said they have acted as
set. I t ' s t h e beauty buy brokers in housing transactions
where a Negro was either the
purchaser or lessee.
of 1 9 6 6 — so telephone
However, Mr. Lesly and his
committee only know of two Ne-
SC 3 - 7 7 0 0 for an gro families who have bought
homes in Hastings through a
appointment nowl Lord & Taylor,
The survey found there was
a general awareness of the law
Westchester against discrimination in hous-
ing as only five brokers "found
it necessary to remind prospec-
But they did say they had
had to remind a number of
their clients about the law, he
"In evaluating the trend to-
ward integration," said Mr. Les-
Charter Xo. 13882
Report of Condition of The
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IN YONKERS Today, when a product W e care. time a n d trouble to tell u s
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trouble to express your dis- y o u r e x p e c t a t i o n s , tell u s . w e sell—we w e l c o m e y o u
In the State of New York, at the close of business on December 31, 1965 We'll do more than refund to write—
a p p o i n t m e n t , w h o cares?
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to expect everyone to care We'll turn around and go to Pacific Tea Co., Inc.
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OWlootloru of Sfetef ond DOflflcot subdivisions 12.034.917.92
Securities of Federal aoanctos ond corporations not ouoronteed by U.S_ 5.525.06} 7? one thing clear: And—when you take the you better.
Other bonds, note*, ond debenture* V&SSIM
Federol funds fold 3,300.000.00
Loons ond discount* 55.St3.191.64
Fixed assets 1.277.711.64
Other osseti ; 1.236.360 31
TOTAL ASSETS 1U3,462,4W.}7
Oemand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, end corporations S 3I.U?.501 11
Time ond savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships, ond corporeOer—_ 61.296.16} 3*
Deposits of United Stotes Gov#rnmenf_ 555,607 S4
Deposits of Stotes ond podtlcaf * * d l Y l s t o n * _ _ 3.291 JOS i%
Deooslts of rommerclol b o n k s _ 50.1U S9
Ortifled ond officers' checks, etc •66,6*4 66
TOTAL DEPOSITS S104.}7»Jt} 7*
(a) Total demand deposits _S 40.951, _ _ _ •
(b) To'ol time ond sovinot deposits
Other liabilities 3.171.069 34
TOTAL LIABILITIES 101.107 ,95} 1}
Common stock—totof por voiue i } S O >. 1.779.500 00
No. shores ovthO'ijMj SO* T O
No. shares outsiond.no SOt.200
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . 5-54.547 15
TOTAL L I A B I L I T I E S , A N D CAPITAL ACCOUNTS-
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I, A. G M I L L S , Jr. Prasldenf, of the above-named bonk do herebv decJove that th.s report of eandftvon
Is t n w ond correct to We I N N * a* my lu-wsodoe ond bene*.
A. C. MILLS, Jr.
unttorsttfns. dVoetors attest f t * correctness of this r <eort of condition and doctors thof M ho»
•—mined t * t » 4 j M t o f * « k « a t » f a u r knswtoAg. ond belief Is true and carracl.
ARTHUR N. LANGS,
Thomas M. Tryniski
LfWIS MYIS, Director* 309 South 4th Street
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