Corporations: Invaders Repelled

In western New York State's Triple Cities of Endicott, Binghamton and Johnson City last week, residents poured into a temporary office with their pledges of help to repel an invader. A 13-year-old schoolboy offered $142 saved from his newspaper route. A local dairy put up $100,000. A Boy Scout troop signed up for $150. A Greek Orthodox church proffered $3,000. A medical group pledged $25,000. Endicott's Post 82 of the American Legion pledged $50,000, offering to take "the plaster off the walls and sell the post home" if more was needed.


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