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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                GOOD EVENING Never miss an opportunity te make others happy even 11 you have to let hem alone to do it 94th Year No 46 and The Lebanon Daily Times THE WEATHER Central Penna Clear and conl tonight Ixnv 3112 Tuns day mostly sunny and season ably cool High 5664 LEBANON PA MONDAV EVENING NOVEMBER 1 Cittrtd ii tlisi milter it Ihi poitoftltt el Lfbiarm P under Act ol 3 1J1I 32 CENTS 100 Cars Crash On Calif Wos Foundry Sales Engineer Frank J AAcHugh 47 Dies Of Injuries Received In Accident Near Baltimore Frank J McHujjh a Lebj anon resident for the past seven years was pronoun ced dead on arrival at a Baltimore Mel hqspital Saturday night He was the victim of a onecar crash near Baltil more He was pronounced dead by physicians at the Sinai Hospital Baltimore 27 minutes after the accident Baltimore County Police Tuesdays Election Facts In Brief City County Elections Are Slated Tuesday 2 Amendments To State Constitution On Ballot Light Turnout Expected Tomorrow it will be the duty of more than 38000 Jcounty residents to select r local government of lucsdaysgcnndals for the next two four or six years depencl US Planes Blast Missile 50 Collide In Other Accidents Stream Of Autos In North Pile Up During HARRISBUKG AP nenl facts about era election Offices at slake mayors in i Pittsburgh Scranton and the office thirdclass cities local judicial and oilier county offices includ ing district attorney in Philaclel polls will be open from 7 a m lo 8 p m Although more than onethird Datiief Burros who are investigating saidphia ancl a vacant Senate seatinf l is McHiiffh had H crushed in Philadelphia jsicred to cast a ballot only chest and multiple internal Other issues two proposed Olleflfl11 are expected lo injuries amendments to the sfale consti The exact cause of Ihe death prohibiting the assess will be determined by an of occupational privilege lopsy which has been ordered Registration in fact is up only about 100 voles since IDfiS when Revealed As Jew Klan Leader Kills Himself Three Launching Sites Hit Near Hanoi Heavy Fire Faced By Planes By EDWIN WHITE i SAIGON South A7 i e t iNnnv Battlinjc their iway throughheavy missile and conventional antiair craft fire US Navy and Air Force planes hit three isurtaee to air m i ss i 1 e launching sites S n n d a yj about So miles northeast ofHanoi a US military spokesman said One Navy was shot down and the pilot was listed as Heavy Fog Bank by the Baltimore County coron VI kVmd I I I Iti i I I t 1 taxes on persons with asl mayor was incotnes of less than and Frank J McHugh er Police said results of the anauthorizing retired judges to GOP Is Hopeful Of Comeback In Tuesday Elections WASHINGTON UP The Grand Old Party nearly buried by Ihe Johnson landslide a year ago gets its first chance to show how far its raveled along the comeback road at serve on the bench to help re lieve court backlogs 55t0590 cligi lopsy may not be known for several days Car Rolled Over According to police reports McHiigh had beendriving on a i Democrats and 2GS5258 Rcpub secondary road near Woodlawn icans ble to vote including 2795257 fwo Questions on state constilu No State Offices READING Pa UP1 Jewhaling leader of the i Pilots reported thry counted A 117 missiles fired at them Kuthr attack On lhe state level there are Islan ancl An1plta They said theyobserved hits no offices being sought The only himself to clealhon launchers and vehicles in lhe Parade Route Crisp clearweather is ex peeled tonight for Lebanons annual Halloween V a r ad e which willget underway at 7 pm The parade will form at im nn Lehman Street east of Lincoln Avenue It will move west on Lehman to Kighlh soulli on Kighth to Cumberland east on Ctim berlaiiil SixHi south on Sixth to Chestnut and west on Chestnut to Ninth where it will disband Irixes will lie awarded it Gibbles Paint Store Ninth and Chestnut Streets follow ing Ihe parade statewide balloting will concern Baltimore County and drove through a T intersection The Voting open from 7 am to 8 pm EST in the Tuesdays offyear stale and city elections i The most significant contests occur in the East where Republican hopefuls have been fighting an uphill battle to wrest fromthe Democrats the posts ofmayor of New York City and governor of Virginia and New Jersey Most Republicans would be more than happy to settle lhe election of Rep John V Lindsay as mayor of New York the parlykeeps what it has elsewhere GOP Underdogs GPP candidates are definite underdogs in New Jersey and Virginia Qolli of these states and New York also are electing members of state legislatures under rcapporlioiiment plans Kentucky is choosing all mem bers ofils House and half of its Local issues dominate Continued on ran Thirtitn car a 1905 model Cadillac sc9j39 Piccincls across the state dan rolled over an embank ment and had extensive dam age 4 Police said McHugh had been traveling alone al the time of the accident Because of the un usual circumstances of the ac cident the autopsy was ordered to determine if he might have had a seizure or attack before the accident occurred McHngh who would have been 4S on Nov S was a na tive of Lynn Mass and hart been employedas a sales en 111 Penna Election Tuesday Stirs Little Interest 11ARR1SBURG m ors race in Scranton and a con test for district attorney in Phil itional amendments Most of the offices on the lo cal ballot involve fuiirycar terms The mayor of Lebanon however will be elected for two years to fill out the nnex pircd term of exMayor J Gor don Smith Three Lebanon school directors will be elected for six year terms The hottest contests in the county are for the offices of sher iff register of wills and district attorney Jn only the district at torneys contest is an incumbent running He is Alvin B Lewis Jr a Republican His opponent is Sheriffs Post Both sides are vying for Sunday only hours after he was i target areas of all three instal rcvcalcd lo be the son of ajlations cantor and one lime honor j A highway bridge in the midst student al a Hebrew school jof the missile installations was police said ideslroycd during the coorclinat Danicl Burros 28 Kingeel Navy Air Force strikes the Klcagle of the New York spokesman said Klan killed himself in the The attacks on the missile living room of Pennsylvanias sites were ordered after mis Kian leader The Now Jerseylsilos were fired at planes from King Klcagle witnessed the shooting Dr Michael County deputy the carriers Oriskany and Inde pendence during an attack on Austin Berks the key highway bridge U was coroner postJin the center of the missile in poned issuing a death ccrtifilstallations cale until results of an autopsy A flight of Navy planes led by and paraffin tests were madciCmdr Harry T Jenkins 3S of on Burros and lhe witnesses Washington DC dumped four but police had little doubt ittons of 500pound bombs on one was a suicide missile site the spokesman iSothing came to om tion that would indicate it was missiles were launched suicide Detective vCapl from the site aflcr lie final run v 111 olUCo C V VI llfc lUl I lit i i 1 gineer M aclclplna occupy center stage m Orfjce of sheriff Depulv Sheriff CH said on the target pilots reported Foundry an otherwise undramatic elecjeiaudc E Hariman is the Rei J111 New York Times report Al almost the same time A locally a lhe home of Mr anrt ion Tuesday jpublican candidate and he Sunday thatBurros parents Force F105 Tlumclerchiefs It Mrs Frank O Hill 200 E High Sired Hill is industrial Continued Two Get Free XRays in Fall Survey A lotiil of 1S26 persons were given free chest Xrays during the fall survey conducted by the Lebanon County TR and Child Health Socicly last week Mrs Hodge r Michael execu tive secretary of the society re ported that Xrays were given at 12 locations in lhe county in cluding four homes for the aged Greatest response came from the set up at the Palmyra square where 344 persons turn ed out Mrs Michael reported that M3 persons turned out for Xrays when the machine was located at Market Square whcn thc Buchanan car which had stopped for the red 3 Hospitalized 1 Treated After Crash In Annville Three persons were hospital ized and another treated for in juries received in a twocar crash at pm Saturday In Annville The accident occurred at Main and Oak Streets Officer Richard Yeakcl of the Annville police department identified the drivers as George K Hicks 58 425 Canal SI Leb anon and Harry M Buchanan Sr 52 Clifton Heights Pa Admitted to the Good Samari lan Hospital were Buchanans son Harry M Jr 23 his daughter Christine 1 14 and Miss Kay M Gougan 20 also of Clifton Heights a passenger in the Buchanan car Conditions Salisfudory Harry Jr received injuries o lhe head back and knee Chris tine suffered a head injury and Miss Gougan had injuries of the back and chest Their con ditions today were reported as satisfactory Treated and discharged was another member of lhe Bu chanan family Philip 15 a sliident at Lebanon Valley who had an injury lo his righl shoulder Police said the accident oc Ipublican candidate ancl he i More than million Ponnjbeing opposed by Democratwcrc married in part a Jewish Air led a Navy A4 Skyhawk were Penna Share Of Draft Call Will Be Reduced LOS A NT ELKS AP A fop bank drifted across n freeway A stream of cars raced in None came out The fojr muffled the screeching brakes and the crash of grille on bumper By the limo the last heacl htfht tinkled broken to the Santa Ana Freeway TOO cars had smashed together An hour later as tow trucks disentangled Hie wrecks anoth er fon hank settled on another freeway 20 miles away and 50 more cars piled up in two more cases of chain reaction freeway style II took 41 police cars Iwo of which also were in accidents to Kcl the freeways flowing afnin after Sundays multiple collisions The toll one man seriously injured 27 persons with less serious injuries Damage more than incluclinR 30 cars demolished 120 others dam aged What happened H isnt one big accident said Robert Mills highway pa trol operations officer Its a whole scries of accidents May WASHINGTON AP Penn sylvanias percentage of Iho lo be several cars in one pileup I then a few yards away several lal draft call will be reduced un15 m stretches all tier a revised quota formula of llie lp lhe the Selective Service reports Accident At Dawn Rep Richard S Schwciker U firsl occurred at pa dawn Sunday near where 11 Santa Ana Freeway crosses tlV San Gabriel River to miles southeast of downtown los An Schwciker had written to is B llershey head of Hie Se lective Service asking why I I IVj j 1 I I Pennsylvania was supplying 10 a nuity morning per cent of the October indue traffic was humming along lees when it had only fil tho fi5 speed cent of the nations draftage ncni limit when riverbottom fogsud denly blollecl visibility Hershev replied Hint IJie incJi No onc yet who tn virtual state quotas had lhe first rasl1lnit i i t t v 111 I L t I1J I 1 I IH1 LI sylvanians are registered to Walter L Pefflcy an auditor Ceremony that he was a the two other mslallaJased ofjway patrolmen suspect it was a vote in the municipal balloting Harold W Risser lr a dairy but loss than 40 per cent arc expected lo lake the time orthe energy to do so The weather outlook is sunny and cool Both major parties have tried hard to whip up enthusiasm in the thousands of local and coun ty races But except for isolated in stances where partisan feelings have been stirred by heated contests lhe issues and person alities needed todraw people to the polls are justnot there The most turbulent campaign has been staged in Scranton where Republican Mayor Wil liam T Schmidt is attempting to win a second term over the determined opposition of Dem ocrat John T Walsh The contest takes on stale Continutd on Pin Thirteen farmer and Philip H Feather an attorney are seeking the of fice of register of wills Risser is a Republican and Feather a Democrat The only wo men on lhe ticket who are not worried about the election arc Repub Continued on Fourteen Continued on Twentylivt Will Provide 111 siilit Riot Vei Returns Diploma To F and M College Lebanon Results of the Xrays will be announced in four Io five weeks after the films are studied by physicians Mrs Michael also announced that Ihe mobile bedside Xray traffic light was struck in the rear by the Hicks car Roth au tomobiles were traveling east on Main Street Hicks and his passenger TUi fus Light J4I Walnut St apparatus will be in injury as did during lhe week if Dec i wife Pauline43 during Xray bedfast patients at homes for the aged and in infirmaries The Xrays are provided as free service through the TB society ami are financed through the annual sale of Christmas Seals Body Fender Repairs STAGERS 25th t W Cumb Stt Oiol Charles H Yorty Appreciates Your Vote and Support for Reelection ta TrMnrtr ol TOWHSHIP Police said damage to both automobiles amounted to ap proximately tu Amusements 25 27 Classified 2S 303 Comics 2829 Editorial II Farm 2t Financial Obituaries Sports 22 23 24 Womens Pases 1718 PARADISE Calif The sheriffs office received a pamphlet the other clay from a group calling itself Demonstrators Inc offer ing hope for the little town with that leftout feeling The pamphlet advertises your town can have a professional riot Name your cause We will demonstrate But it cautions Ninety lays advance notice needed lo guarantee sponlanicly 1 Weekend Fires Logged At County CD Center Seven fires all of the grass or trash variety were logged over the weekend by Civil Defense communications center in the Municipal Building The Avon company was called out shortly aflcr noon Satur day by a trash fire in the vi ConMnutd on Put Two Hit in Pocketbook Lucky For Harrisburq Officer men registered in each Panicked by the fog but on the number available foriw1 cinily of Fifteenth Avenue and Weaverlown Road j At pm a trash fire was Brigade QUI NIION South Viet Nam men hate to get hit in he pocketbook but not First Lt Thomas Falcy of Harrisburg Pa Faley 25 platoon leader of 101st Airborne Divi reported in the vicinity of 122son recently took part in lhe who had not been re jecled disqualified or deferred This dit not include men who hadbeen ordered to report for their physicals but whose re sults had not yet been received by their local draft boards This is the faclor that tended to raise Pennsylvanias quota Schwcik The car behind hit his and the one behind hitihal The freeway turned to a mass of screeching careening car traffic crashed halt Davis into the auto of control Jjf Vairol car fiiliclcd with an or said Saturday Under lhe revised systemjalicacl llhl1 Riul however these men willbe unhurt held in r eluded resulting in arelativelyl IianicssMan of the victims Schweiker said if the revised formula were in effect in Oc S Fourth Avenue and al p r a io n Bunker H il wmtkl pm a grass fire was the Viet Cong near Qui in the vicinity of Lincoln Ave been lo provide S2R LANCASTER Pa UP A World War II veteran had no regrets today about returning iis diploma to Franklin and Marshall College in pro test to the antiVicl Nam ac tivities of I wo professors Id like to be proud of said Frank C of Lancas ler But J cannot as long as these two persons remain on the faculty In return for his diploma took back his 01 helmet which he had donated to the col lege for display in its museum who was wounded in lhe Normandy invasion and spent a year recovering in a hospital walked inlo the office of Dr Keith Spaulding college president on Saturday Give me back my Gf hel mel he said You have in return my diploma He laid the 1959 diploma on Spauldings desk Fuitz who now operates a used car business opposed lhe views of Robert visiting professor of English and Poetry and mathematics Prof Charles Haynic Haynie led a group of about 20 persons on Oct 16 in a down town demonstration against US involvement in Viet Nam hlczey 30 who was appointed Ccntlnotd f Blaze Destroys Building Truck Trailers WILLIAMSPORT Pa AP Authorities estimate damage al 80000 in a general alarm fire which Sunday destroyed a va cant onestory frame building and three detached truck trailers parked nearby Three firemen suffered minor burns No other injuries were reported Fire Chief Harold E Kinley uue and Locust Street Fire Chief Harold McGowan and the Washington Fire Company re sponded to both alarms The olhcr four fires were re ported Sunday as follows A dump fire in the vicinity of Soulh Mountain Newmans town al am A grass fire at am in the vicinity of 703 Slate Drive this city and a grass fire near the Blue Bird dump at am The Rcxmonl Fire Com pany responded lo the latter A grass fire was reported at pm at the rear of 200 Locust St Cleona T h e properly is owned by William Wilds The Clcona Fire Comj pany responded Nhon I felt a whack Ihal sent me forward several inches Falcy said But when he checkedwith the man behind him Falcy was told there was no blood showing Two days later while he was drying out his soaked clothin from rearend collisions How many separate accidents were there We wont know until all the Mills fewer men than lhe 3459 ichialrcporls alc saicl ly called That may lake days The slate quola for November is 2713 lower than it was inj October although the national call has een increased by 4 750 Schwciker explained that Pennsylvania had to supply a Both Parties Support Amendments On Ballot HARRISBURG AP Two proposed amendments to the Faley noticed a small hole in Datively higher number of ini Pennsylvania constitution will the hip pocket of his trousers October because iliappear on the ballol in the mu He checked his wallet and a lowc1 ralc of tHsqualifi nicipal elections onTuesday caliber bullet Physicul mental or Both have the support ofthe moral reasons than the national two major political parlies average it had a lower percenlj One amendment jage of high school ancl collegewould aiilhorixe local govern and because of thelmenls lo exempi persons earn factor of uncounted men whosejiuK less than a year from physical examinations were still1 paying occupational privilege found a 30 nestled among the bills YOURE WELCOME DENVER UPf Several town RD 2 Co Woman One Of Two Injured While Hunting Two Lebanon Counly residents were slightly injured Saturday ion the opening day of the Penn sylvania small game season They were Mrs Ruby Dodson 21 325 W Main St Annville ancl Clifford M Bales 46 Jones said the building and trailers years ago thieves took the in process were owned by Smith Trooper Albert G Gricoski Lines in w r i f i doormat from the Go sMc City Woman Admitted To GSH After Crash A Lebanon woman was hos pitalized and two New Jersey men treated for injuries receiv police said td in a twocar crash at 1OD 0nftn Holel rnilv Dodson lost he lips of her a m Sunday at Tenth and r eh Mames burned a 21000voltoffered a reward for its relurn j cfi numb ancl index finger nimna al and Ich line of lhe Pennsylvania Power Recenlly Cook saw a picture iwhon her 410 gauge shotgun ac man Streets and Light Co interrupting scrvof the local Lambda Chi Alpha ciclently discharged ice for a lime fraternity house with the holcl jslenped in a hole Several families were routeddoormat at the doorway of the balance from nearby homes but they rej fraternity Cook told the fralrr Mr faxes The oilier would permit re tired judges to sit temporarily in courts which have heaver case backlogs The chief justice of the stale Supreme Court would assign the judges to counties where they were needed after lhe legisla ture had prescribed lhe ncccs sary qualifications and condi lt The proposal involves only 1 I IV O i ivk 11 vi i in j v iJraiHlytired voluntarily and were not jnily lo keep Ihe mat and the her lurned Chief Kinley said cause of the j reward is going lo was under investigation I research nee voluntarily and w Dollson was bunlinR wilh wme Slr dnvcl Olle of lhc for reelection husband Lrrv and herars rcccivpfl injuries i IAJithe left Icsi anc eft sice nf dm otillfluti UN IV T If I YK medical fatherinlaw Lawrence lu KMl alul lcfl sicie of the jSr The accident occurred ilhe farm of David Wampler feiiled were T h o m a s Ma Annville RD I anire 21 Trenlon NJ he Lebanon Counly Game Pro driver and his passenger teclor Perry Hilbert said Rich Jr 21 also of was struck on lhe face bv a Trenton Roth men rece Why was the Democratic bandstand taken down at the Palmyra Shopping Center on Friday the day of our rally after permission had been given to put up this stand at least 4 weeks ago Lebanon County Democratic Com Daniel E Walter Campaign Chairman was struck on lhe face by a Istray pellet while he was hunt It ing in the Green Point area LONG PLAY Trenton Roth men received in juries lo the knees and bruises on their heads Patrolman Bernard Reilly said the accident occurred as Mrs ST ATHAN England was driving east on An amateur British pop Lehman Street and Maguire group has set a new worlds record for endurance The Present Tense group Sunday claimed to have played notv j stop for eight minutes was going soulh on North Tenth Slrect Damage amounted to approxi mately with listed hours arid 4nilo Airs llunsirkers car and lo Masiures SERVICE ON TV Bob HOCH APPL CENTER Dial m45SI Funern Service That Mectj Your Every Need ROHUNDS 5th Cumb Sfs Cttiicnt of Norlh AnnviIIt Elect Glenn E Blantz Tax Collector NEW POLLING PLACE Soulh District South Lebanon Township Agricultural Bldg Rear lona Schwil Entrance On Kvergreen Road TUESDAY IS FAMILY SHOPPING NIGHT IN DOWNTOWN LEBANONSTORES OPEN TIL 9 EVERY TUESDAY 7   

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