Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Lebanon Daily News Newspaper Archive: October 15, 1953 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Lebanon Daily News

Location: Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1953, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                GOOD EVEiMNG The scientist who spent two hours on the bottom of the ocean S J ro61110 it but he un doubt edly found plenty of free parking space 82nd YEAR No 32 Caff Cents Every Evining Exctpf Sunday and The Lebanon Daily Times LEBANON THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 15 1953 Entered 01 second clan matter at the of Lebanon under the Act of Match 3 1S79 M canon under the Act of Match 3 1 Chinese PWs Reject Red Pers T tJ M THE WEATHER Eastern tonight low in the 40s Friday fair and warm 44 PAGES FIVE CENTS Looking At Europe Eating Is Sometimes Big Problem In Europe Mr Joseph Sansone and his wife Arbelyn Wilder Sansone are touring Europe for the Lebanon Daily News They will spend two months studying and comparing conditions in eight By JOSEPH SANSONE ROME Food is a very important subject to tourists Because in a strange land it is necessary to be sure that eating places are safe and sanitary Milans Aldo Restaurant was probably the wrong place to be introduced to Italian cuisine There all the food the dishes made distinctive by the skill of the Italian was ot the very best including their unrivaled antipasto ravioli and similar dishes Milan was the first Italian city we visited and ever since we have not found any Italian food comparable to Aldo s We were fortunate however in Rome in the dis covery of thie California their American luncheonette where we had he best lunch since leaving home Nothing has tasted so good as the hamburger with a coke and a piece of Boston cream pie a milk shake and a salami sandwich American style Of course Italian food is popular with some people and unpopular with others We are getting tired of European bread and coffee and would relish a change to Finks and a good cup of American coffee such as can be obtained at Andrews The Colonial The Palace and other uptown Leb anon restaurants The Royal Danieli Roof Terrace overlooking the beauti ful lagoon of Venice offered an exquisite menu The little shrimp cocktails were tasty but could have been made much better with a good red sauce and some horse radish The chicken cacciatore was delicious and after everything is said the Danieli offered good food and an excellent view of the beautiful waterways of Venice Lunch at the Rome Airport was good consisting of a toasted ham and cheese sandwich and a coke They also served tiny pizza pies and prosciutto sandwiches The Visuvio s Roof Terrace in Naples served atrocious sandwiches with fatty ham cold soup They said the beer Ike Given Hershey Golf Club Membership Card HERSHEY One of he worlds best known amateur golf ers name of D Eisen hower received a standing invi tation to play the Hershey Coun try Club course and was presented with a gold club membership card during his visit to the Chocolate town Tuesday night It was learned today that the President was handed the en graved gold card by Hershev Choc olate Corporation President P A Staples at the Hotel Hershey on the night of the celebration here in honor of his G3rd birthday anni versary Also present at the informal pres entation were John B Sollenberg er Hershey Estates president who is aJso president of the Countr Club and Republican State Fi nance Committee Chairman Philip T Sharpies Mr Eisenhower said he hopec lo return to Hershey at some fu hire time and play the course Twins Separated By Surgery Leave For Home was warm f nit MVitl 111 This restaurant was very inadequate but the Trans Lantico in iNaples offered good music joviality and the hospitality of an Jtalian Army colonel which all added up to a happy meal in dirty Naples What did we eat Anybody can name it as we have no adequate words to describe the pasta courses and the entree ullKCapCl the Quesiana Hotel served good American food in the Open Garden Terrace beautifully landscaped with semi tropical trees and flowers To get to the Quesiana involves a nan driver takes your life and his own life in hi in his h e hands while motoring over winding roads only wide y mH CH With a1 S0rts of cai l M i i cairage and beasts of burden blocking the way The driver who blows his horn the loudest gets there first A motor car cannot reach the hotel but leaves his passengers with a fiveminute walk ahead The best drink in Italy is bottled water good insurance at little expense Desserts were standard either fresh fruit or cheese Ice cream manufacturers should take a lesson from Roy Gollam who if here would become a millionaire over night The pastry was very inferior to Royers cake shop at home Dinner in Rome at the Hosteria Dellorse is worthwhile and they actually serve filet mignon American style A meal at Alfredos is memorable in every respect Alfredo the pro prietor takes delight in personally mixing his frettuccine which is the Italian counterpart of our Pennsylvania Dutch noodles but Alfredo embellishes the operation with manner isms peculiar to his mustachioed countenance Alfredo who is nearly 70 years of age is definitely a showman which he brings out amidst the flame of his crepe suzettes City Tax Facts Nearly 95 Per Cent Of 1953 City Taxes Paid By Oct 1 About 95 of all Lebanons city taxes and water rents were collected in the first nine months in 1953 Charles L Schott director of accounts and finance announced today Schotts announcement was based on a detailed study of the citys es timated and actual revenue made by Edwin L Zeller city bookkeep er and drew the praise of Schott for the citizens of thc city in their promptness in paying taxes I feel lhat the residents of our city should be congratulated on their excellent cooperation in pay ing heir taxes promptly so that the council can meet all its obliga tions promptly without borrowing money which is always an added expense Schott to the said Many municipalities are forced lo borrow money in the closing months of their fiscal vears to meet WANTED Persons To Tend Children PartTime This ad appeared in The Clas sified Columns of The Lebanon Daily News TARTTIME WORK S ntCYS LUNCH AND AFTER SCHOOL SUPERVISION OF TWO SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN DIAL fl0000 AFTER Thewoman who placed this ad had a problem but like most any other problem it had a solution She was wise and used a NEWS Classified ad The results she obtained were ex cellent and she has solved her problem Solve your problem with a News Classified ad Call 25611 ask for a Classified ad taker and say Charge obligations not covered by reason of delinquent tax Largest item of income for the city is the lax on property which was estimated by the budget makers last October at and later revised upward by Zeller to the fig ure of because of new construction and olher increases in taxable property Of this figure per cent or was collected as of Oct 1 Zcllers figures show The vast bulk of real estate property tax payers elected to pay Iheir taxes early and earn Ihe legal discount the study revealed had been By May collected the discount rale Only was collected at the net rate in May and June while but jof collections were made at the pen ally rate charged after July i Poll taxes lag somewhat behind Churchill Wins Nobel Prize For His War Memoirs Sweden UP The coveted Nobel Prize for liter was awarded today to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill who is credited with mobilizing the English language during World War II It was an open secret that the 78yearold Churchill who has ded icated his remaining years to cause of world peace would have preferred the Nobel Peace Prize But he was genuinely moved friends said when informed of his selection for the worlds highest literary distinction The designation was made a month icarlier than to enable Churchill to come to Stockholm in person to receive the prize from King Gustav Adolf on Dec 10 Churchill the first active states man to be chosen for the award received the prize for his war me moirs The Second World whose five volumes bear such elo quent titles as The Gathering Storm Vol I Their Finest Hour Volume The Grand Alliance Volume The Hinge of Fate Volume IV and Triumph and Volume Churchills fame in slalescraft tended lo obscure his remarkable writing talents but he was even before the turn of the century the highest paid war correspondent of his time and author of several bril liant books on military campaigns In all Churchills name appears as author on the cover of 33 vol umes on such diverse subjects as painting biography travel poli tics military tactics autobiog raphy and even fiction Churchill became the seventh winner of the prize from the Brit ish Isles area France with eight has won the most awards Earlier British winners were Rudyard Kipling Irish poet William Butler Yeats Included among British Isles winners by the Nobel Foundation George Bernard Shaw John Gals worthy T S Eliot 1948 and Bertrand Russell Germany with five and the Unit ed States and Sweden four prizes each come next A total of 47 literary awards have been made to writers from 16 countries American winners were Sinclair Lewis Eugene ONeill Pearl S Buck and William Faulkner 5 I Carolyn Anne Siamese twins separated in a hlslory making o cr on Sept 17 leave a New Orleans hospital to lake up normal life at their home Annlis onghcr1cn In LafavHte La To reported the twins were doing fine after the mile trip home They are schorl to Oschncr Foundation Hospital in a month for checkups Their said Ilin girls will wear only blue and while clolhing Mil their sixth year as a uumcato of heirconsecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary following their successful recovery consecration Saunders Now Head Of Schools Music Program R Leslie Saunders director of the Lebanon High School championship band was booster to the position of supervisor of elementary music in the city schools by unani mous vote of the School Board in regular session last night in other action the board voted to grant a com pensation to high school crosscountry coach Dan Kauffman in a split vote started full Board study of a pay boost plan for city teachers totaling opened study of Vhe report and recommendations of its auditors and approved action on a number of repairs and purchases The Boards action on Saunderii effective new appointment with Cyril Ward Named To Head Catholic War Vets Cyril B Ward nifi Center Street was elected commander of the Father Strickland Post Catholic War Veterans at a meeting last night in the Knights of Columbus Hall 170 North 9th Street Ward who served as adjutant of the organization succeeds John Foster as head of the post for the coming year Foster was elected as trustee for a three year term Other officers elected last night were John Fertig first vicepresi dent Pius Dillon second vice president Lloyd Snell third vice president Pierce Allwein adjutant Rob ert Sullivan judge advocate Wayne Allwein welfare officer Robert Snavely historian and Al bert Ceresini officer of the day the start of school in September was taken following a favorable recommendation by the Education Committee Chairman Walter Swanger told the Board it would constitute a merited opportunity for the popti ar music instructor to go into a ligher pay bracket in keeping with lis service and ability The Board voted to give Saun ders a new contract for J4900 per year Under the mandatory pro visions of the state law he can now advance to per year He had previously been limited to a salary of because he was classified only as an instructor the cornmil ee reported Saunders joined the city school ystem in 1937 Since that time he has received his masters degree in music and has beenlargely re sponsible for thc high development of the music program in the city schools to dale His high school band has won the state championship for iwo con secutive years the only times they entered competitions and Jast April swept superior honors in every en try they made at stale music finals Grant Coachs Salary Thenineman Board split six lo two with one abstention on a vote R Leslie Saunders o give a compensation to Dan auffman Lebanon High cross ountry coach and English teacher or his services in coaching cross Duffs Slam At Owletl Widens Pa GOP Split ountry chool and track teams for the The salary move passed over the ay votes of President Clarence Continued nn fage Will Quiz Signal Corps Chief In Espionage Probe NEW YORK UP Sen Joseph Probation Officer John A Shcnk and his assistant William L Gel R McCarthy will call the chief of bach who is also assistant court Pay Hikes Given Two Co Employes HARRISBURG under cover split in Pennsylvania Repub lican ranks broke into thc open to day after U S Sen Tames described GOP Mntiona CommiUccman Owlclt political Huffs comment came on th heels of Ihe expressed opinion i Owletl that Hie senator cotildn win a primary fight if he decide Ip seek Ihe gubernatorial nominn tion in 195 Owlell president of the Pennsyl vania Manufacturers Association was reported to have said after Ihc birthday party for President Kiscn lower at Hershey Tuesday he tafkcd lo county lenders who are riemlly to Duff and they dont vant him to Duff upon his return lo Wash ngfon after also attending thc Her hey party issued Ihe following talament Wednesday Once before I had the occasion o remark thai Mr Owlelt had a retched habit of opening his lotith and walking away and caving it The disunity statement he Is ticd last night immediately follow ng Pennsylvanias wonderful birlh ay party for thc President and nly three weeks before an impor int statewide election showed that Owlell still has Ihe same gaping habit Explainers Fail To Woo Balky Captives Only 10 Of First 500 Accept Repatriation Interviewers Cursed PANMUNJOM Today Communists suf eral a smashing defeat in the opening round of Koreas Operation IVrsuasiim lay when Chinese war prison ers almost to a man angrily to he wooed back to homes in Ked antiCommunisf heir former China Of 500 AntiRed PW Heckles Chinese Explainer Here is a typical interview between a Communist explainer and an antiRod Chinese prisoner of war ts retorded by International News Service during the first day of Ko reas Operation Chinese explainer after intro represent China We have come to welcome you back to China Please listen to what we have lo say We know how much you have suffered We know that your mother and father and chil dren are wailing for you at home Wo know that you have suffered for it long lime since you have been captured Dial you have been op irossed We know hat you may have joined nn organization op posed to Hie Peoples Government f Communist or engaged in other activities against the Peo ples Government But wo know low much you have suffered and inw much you have been influenced iy evil men and wo just wish to welcome you back on behalf pf the copln of China IOW My father and mother were both killed by the Commu nists You sny you represent the people of China Where nre the Continued 1111 Pajtn FnrlyKour However old dog new you cant tricks He teach an is a flat foot politically How stupid can he get Duff and OwleU have been long Contlnurd nn Pain Twrnlytno Two Injured When Car Hits Home In Cleona A man and woman were injured and a corner property in Cleona County Commissioners today apdamaged to an estimated extent of pay increases forovcr in a automobile proved a social hour property taxes but not alarming the business session Iy so the study reveals The city were served during has taken in of its revised estimated revenue from this source Of the former sum was collected at the dis count rate at the net rate and at the penalty rate Zel lers figures upped the estimated poll tax from the set up in Cnntlnned on BIG AUCTION At Shay Motors TONIGHT E Cumberland St Sec Ad On Page 42 HIT BY FALLING OBJECT Ear Keller 56 of Myerstown R U 2 was treated at Good Sam aritan Hospital dispensary last evening for a scalp laceration suf fered when he was struck by an automobile piston which fell from a shelf at his home Five stitches were necessary to close the wound Keller lold officials he had placed Ihe pislon on a shelf pre paratory to installing it in his auto and in some unknown manner it fell as he was walking past the shelf the Army Signal Corps to teslify in his investigation of suspected espionage at the Fort Monmouth radar laboratory McCarthy announced Wednesday night he would summon the Signal Corps chief Maj Gen George I Back to a closed session Friday of his permanent investigating sub committee Back will be asked to explain why one year elapsed before the commander at Fort Monmouth re ceived an intelligence report that top secret documents stolen from Continued nn Pafe Thirty AUTO PAINTING STAGERS 25tfl wCumb 9 Dial 23611 DENNIS Hoofing Siding Co ALUMINUM SIDING WINDOWS DOORS RUBBER COATING SHINGLES HighGrode Workmanship Tcfmi Call 7 3442 stenographer The two men comprise Ihe slaff of the new Domestic Relations Bu reau which investigates support cases and makes recommendations lo the court Judge A H Ehrgood previously approved the proposed pay raises Commissioners learned Shenks salary will be increased as of October 1 from to and Gfilbachs will go from lo Commissioners accepted a low bid of for printing paper ballots for the November 3 general election The bid was submitted by Boyer Printing and Binding Company One other bid was submitted by Sowers Printing Company for GRAND OPENING THE NEW Silver Star Restaurant 20 W Main Annville Friday Oct 16 I JO to Suniiay KtlmiL Fran The specifications include ballots for each district mililary ballots and special ballots printed nn pink paper for use in all counly and cily high schools Commissioners said Ihey have arranged with high schools to hold thc school eleclions on Ihe same day aa Ihe general election County high schools will he given a total of ballots Lebanon High will get 450 and Lebanon Catholic High will get 365 it was decided County aid totaling from the Liquid Fuels Tax fund was awarded to Swatara Township for M Tklrtr accident in Cleona early today The driver of the car identified himself al Good Samaritan Hos pital as Vincent C Bankey 35 an airplane mechanic al the Middle town Air Force Base of 304 E Main Annville He was treated for a laceration of Ihe right side of Ihe head which required seven sutures to close and brush burns of the face Bankcys passenger tolr the hos pital she was Doris Bankey 24 a waitress at Ihe Lincoln Diner Leb anon of the same address She suffered lacerations which required fourlcen sutures lo close brush burns of Ihe face and a contusion of thc right eye Chief of Police Simon T Car penfer of Cleona said lhat Ihc car driven by Bankey left the street and crashed into the home of Mor ris B Galbrcath at 341 E Penn Ave Thc car uprooted seven trees knocked down the two center con crete block pillars of Ihe porch damaged Ihc sfeps and damaged concrete flower boxes on Ihe porch Galbrcath said He said lhat he was unable to estimate Ihc dam age but Chief Carpenter placed the damage at over Chief Carpenter said that Ban key was loo dazed to be riueslionod at the scene but would be ques tioned today Pfc Robert E David of Ihe Annville substation of the Slate Police also went to the scene but further investigation of the crash will be carried out by the Cleona Police POWs who sullenly faced Red explainers during thc day bowingto an Indian how of armed fortel only ten handed heir minds and elect d to accept repatriation Thus he Communists were able i sway only a meagre Iwo per enl of Ihebalky caplives they in orviewrd in thn firstday of Iho be filcdly launched and hislnriiiilly nprcccdenlcd exphuialion pro ram Prisoner prisoner iursorl the Coiiiniunist de nounciiig Ihem lo Iheir faces as betrayers of ninuing dogs for tlid Soviet Union and Russian Inside the inlcrview tents rowdcd with Allied and Red ncws apermcn as well us neutral nh crvers many of Ibe angry prison rs shouted al Ihe Communist cx lalners fncing them I will return to Formosa 1 onl want to hear any more ol our words Many ot pounded on he tables surprising Ihe Rcu ex lainers as well as observers the intensity otlhcir WOOMERA niat feelings I Britain touched otf yesterday Us As lie was brought into atomic explosion which sent tent each prisoner was introduc a whirling brown cloud Uvo lo three miles above the Australian desert The atomic utility weapon be liever o be an atom bomb explod ed with n blind flash on a steel lower at the desolate Woomera Rocket Range at 7 4 It was Ihe first British atomic explosion on a land site and was ess powerful than the atomic blast n n British warship off the Afonte 3cllo Islands last year which va vessel American observers were exclud d from Ihe test which was wit only by British and Aus alian newsmen in addition to aii omcd scientific and mililary ex crts However two American B flying laoralorics were used as nather planes The successful atomic blast was peeled lo reinforce British de ands for AngloAmerican sharing AtomicUtility Weapon Exploded By British Experts by a Chinesespeaking Indian inlc prcler lo tho waiting Commun explainers and lo rcprcsenlalfv of the Neutral Nations Rcpalriatio Commission He was told hat observers fo both Ihc United Nations and Com munist commands were present i he lent and tJicn the inlcrvicv vas launched One of the Chinese Rod explain aliened the session ivilh the lock words We aro here to welcome yoi ack lo thn arms of Ihe Com iiinist Republic of China Your arcills and the future await The explainers werr frequently nlcrruptcd by the nonrepn heing interviewed and lluis wen often unable to press thcir linn of arguments The first nine Chinese prisoners interviewed refused to change their minds ono of Ihcm pointedly turn ing his hack on Ihc Red explainers The POWs were interviewed one by one each by a team of Communist reprcsnntalivcs Thir lyhvo interviews were carrier out simultaneously in 32 tents The rebellious antiRed POWs submitted themselves lo the in terviews only after holding up thc oftpostponed start of operation persuasion for seven and a half hours Thn owar unique psychological lug between communism and the free world began at this afternoon follow ing a POW sitdown strike which Cnnllnued nn Thirty Six Properties Sold In County Six Lebanon County properties changed hands recently according to deeds filed for record at the courthouse loday Thc house at Walnul Street was convoyed for a consid alomic knowledge British and Australian officials were prepared lo relate Iheir feelings against Ihe United States ban on sharing atomic knowledge to Vice Presi dent Richard M Nixon Nixon arrived at Sydney from New Zealand only 6 12 hours after todays explosion and amid public excitement over the test He will remain in until Tuesday Thc utility label was applied to the atomic weapon exploded to day because it is believed capable of being used in a torpedo rocket or shell as well as a bomb Another atomic weapon will be exploded nearby in a week or 10 by smaller ones each designed to pro vide information on a different strategic problem Report Kidnap Loot Sent Through Mail KANSAS CITY FBI refused to com menl today on a report that a man eration from John M and Joseph had been apprehended in St Jo S Vlasak Lebanon lo Richard C soph in connection with the and Phyllis D Mohn Lebanon missing ransom money in A oneeighth acre tract of land the Bobby Grecnlease kidnapmur along Route 422 about onehalf mile west of Annvillc Township was con veyed from the Millard Lime and Slone Company to Piala der A package supposedly contain ing he missing half of Ihe ransom reportedly was mailed lo St Crushed Slone Corporation Camp soph from East St Louis Hill for a consideration across the Mississippi River from A tract of land containing Louis where the confessed slay acres in North Londonderry Towners of thc sixyearold boy Carl ship was transferred from Ihe Mil lard Company lo Allen G and Katie E Buchcr Annville 1 for Another Iract of land in South Annville Township containing Austin Hall and Mrs Bonnie Heady were arreslcd FBI agenls also declined com ment on whether they had ques tioned 20 persons who might have acres was convoyed from Bucherfwhen it lo Millard for a lion received or handled the package arrived in St Joseph A lol on Slover Street Grandview Heights was transferred from Wil liam A and Sarah Forry North Lebanon lo Daniel W and Flor ence M Psigle East Maple Street Lebanon for An eightacre tract of mountain land in Union Township was con veyed from Samuel L and Ida M Reinbold Washington to Daniel Nafzinger for a con sideration considerawhere Ihe child was found buried in a shallow grave A postal clerk at East SI Louis reportedly remembered handling such a package after seeing a photograph of Hall The package asserlcdly was mailed Oct 5 Ihe day before Hal and Mrs Heady were seized Meanwhile Mrs Heady was ques tioned for 13 hours in her Kansas City jail cell An FBI agent re portedly carried to the jail a tuit Contlnaed nn Ftrt7Fmr   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication