Monday, November 1, 1965

Lebanon Daily News

Location: Lebanon, Pennsylvania

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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 12 Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 Rhodesian Settlement Seen Possible When you need heat fast get it instant action room Recreation room Bedroom Basement Which room in your house Is hard to heat Now theres a gas room heater that will warm it up quick Just touch heat control of a new automatic gas room heater Within minutes a chilly room Is warmand cozy And looks good too Because gas room heaters are de signed to blend In with attractive surroundings Gas room heaters come in many sizes and models easy to Install economical to operate And you dont need a flue or chimney Choose from Empire Novent Siegler and Warm Morning gas room heaters at your UGI or Ugite showrooms your favorite appliance dealer or heat ing contractor As little as down three years to pay NATURAL OA8 I m serving city suburbs country UGI 4 UGITE LP0AB LONDON AP British rime Minister Harold Wilson ays he believes a Rhodesian cttlement is possible But the colonys two leading Africans lave rejected plans for a royal commission to work out a settle ment Wilson returned Sunday night rom talks in Rhodesia to report o Parliament on the agreement he reached with Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith to set up a threeman royal commis sionthat will seek a formula for conditions under which the cen tral African colony could be granted independence Time For Thought The British leader said the agreement has provided time or careful thought We can given the time get a settlement he added British newspaper commenta ors agreed that Wilsons mis sion had bought time for mere negotiations But they generally did not consider as bright the prospects for an acceptable set tlement Wilson went to Rhodesia after the colonys ruling white minor ity threatened to declare inde pendence without yielding to British demands for guarantees promising eventual rule to the colonys 4 million Africans The white population numbers about 255000 leader of one of Rho desias two African nationalist parties Joshua Nkomo said in statement that Britain was evading its responsibilities In sroposing the royal commission Fie termed it a timewasting device Reflects Commission The leader of the other nation alist party the Rev Ndabaningi Sithole issued a statement un reservedly rejecting the idea of a commission Both the rival nationalist leaders agreed to Wilsons pro posal that the Khodcsian people as a whole should be askedif they want independence based on the existing 1961 constitution In separate statements they In sisted this be done by a oneman onevote referendum Wilson and Smith have not yet agreed on the ground rules for the commission nor on ways tp change the 1961 constitution to make it acceptable to both sides MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC Church Choir Music Organ Music Piano Music Guitar MusicMusic From Broadway Shows and Movlos Latest Bulk Beeki Ptter Pwl Marf JMB Baa Ckai Mikhail Trie Naay Otfwn LOSERS MUSIC 605 Cumberland St 2720381 LCHS Students Mark Catholic Youth Week Students of Lebanon Catholic High School are joining in the national observance of Catholic Youth Week which began Sun day and continues through next Sunday The theme of the observance An Instrument of Peace Students have been urged to attend dailyMass within their respective parishes and a Mass will be celebratedat the school on Thursday morning by the Rev Lawrence Overbaugh prin cipal Members of the LCHS Student Council and of the student bodj will participate in various pro grams to be held daily at the school in conjunction with the observance Mary E Allwein will serve as student moderator of a new Youth Leadership Course that opens Thursday night at LCHS Friday afternoon the student will attend a Sock Hop in the school auditorium during the supervised study period The Rev James Kelly will have charge of a Teen Even ing of Recollection program to be held at theschool next Sun day afternoon and evening need doctor money Let us help Pay off aft your medical and dental bills or bills of any sort with just one loan We lend millions of dollars to thousands of people hundreds of different reasons To us taking care of doctor bills is reason enough Up to MOHTWT WMEKT SCHEDDIE CASH TO monthi 1 25000 60000 100000 200000 300000 7222 IDS OS 3014 4975 9877 5531 9144 Abort principal and CAPITAL CONSUMER DISCOUNT COMPANY insurance On AH Loans 50 N Ninth St Phone 2723015 Lebanon SOUND PROGRESSIVE WITH A PLANNED FUTURE FOR THE CITY and COUNTY SHERIFF for OM REGISTER OF WILLS Veto for 2 A Harold W Risser Jr DISTRICT ATTORNEY for Oiw JURY COM MISSIONER for 3 A B Lewis Jr 4 A Luther M Swanger MAYOR Ttrm for 5 A John Jack L Worrilow CITY COUNCILMAN for Two 6 A Fred A Gingrich 7 A Nelson C Trefsgar 9 10 SCHOOL DIRECTOR AT LARGE Six Term f 8 A Harold E Donmoyer 9 A Walter R KohrJr 10 A Herman H HitiJr II 12 13 SCHOOL DIRECTOR AT LARGE VoN for ThrM II A 12 A 13 A Strickler RedingerJr Brigntbii VOTE REPUBLICANTUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 i i M LONG CHAIRMAN LEBANON COUNTY MPUtUCAN COMMITTEI MARY WH1ILH VICI CHAIKMAN