The following items were reported in the June 25, 1958, edition of the Johnstown Independent:

The following items were reported in the June 25, 1958, edition of the Johnstown Independent:

The Dorsey Theatre, observing this week as its 33rd anniversary in Johnstown, has announced a new Merchants' Bonus Program which will henceforth be on the Friday and Saturday bill. The Dorseys, Marion and Margaret, told the Independent that $48 in Bonus Dollar certificates will be given out each week. The program will operate in this manner: Every week 48 Bonus Dollar certificates will be added to the jackpot. Three drawings will be held each night with approximately one-third given out each time. For the first two drawings each night, the lucky winners must be present to win, but the last one will positively be awarded. Bonus certificates can accumulate and double up each week. All you have to do is check when you go to the show and make sure your name is on the lucky list. Forty-six local merchants will redeem the certificates in trade. The theme of the program is "Shop in Johnstown and Save Money!"

Postmaster Claude A. Benedict announced today the new Johnstown Post Office will be dedicated on July 4 at 2 p.m. The new facility is located at 27 E. Coshocton St. and is part of the Post Office Department's Commercial Leasing Program, which uses private financing to obtain needed facilities. The new facility will have 2,502 square feet of interior space, in addition to 200 square feet of platform space and 2,500 square feet of parking and maneuvering area for use of postal vehicles and the convenience of the public.

The Johnstown FFA Chapter is sponsoring a tractor-pulling contest July 4 near the town square in Johnstown. This contest is being held in conjunction with the Fourth of July celebration sponsored by the Businessmen's Association. The contest will start one-half hour earlier this year so it can stop while the post office dedication is being held. All tractors will weigh in at the Johnstown Elevator between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The rules for the contest are the same as the Hartford Fair rules.