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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Emergency Room Costs Two Admitted To GSH For Injuries 25 Others Treated During Weekend Penna Election Tuesday Stirs Little Interest A Lebanon child and a Sha mokin man were hospitalized walk Saturday with heatf injuries re ceived in separate mishaps Robert M Tilley 3 1129 Wal nut St son of Mr and Mrs Chester Tilley wasadmitted to Samaritan Hospital for observation of a concussion re ceived when he struck his head in a fall from a sliding board He was discharged Sunday Admitted to the same hospital was CharlesFennesy 49 of Sha mokin whoalso suffered a con cussion and injury to the left shoulder when he was struck by a piece of lumber while work ing Twentyfive other persons received emergency room treat ment during the weekend for injuries suffered in minor mis haps Sunday Cases Treated Sunday were Rich ard D Dubbs 36 39 W Sheri dan Ave Annville who receiv ed first degree burns of the right hand and arm while trying to light a gas water heater Roy A Eisenhauer 11 son of Mr and Mrs Paul R Eisen hauer 426 N Ninth Ave who fell and cut his right leg Joseph H Childers Jr 13 340 E Pershing Ave son of Mr and Mrs Joseph HChilders Sr who dislocated his left small finger Scott Hibshman 3 Myerstown RD 1 son of Mr and Mrs Carl Hibshman who fell and cut his scalp Carroll Brightbill 42 1800 Chestnut St who cut his right forefinger while fixing a car Eight sutures were taken to the injury David E Althbuse 16 942 Mt Zion Road who fractured his left shoulder when he fell from a motorcycle Jane L Brewer 9 1445 Corn wall Road daughter pf Mr and Mrs Richard Brewer who had a foreign body removed from her left eye Mrs Leona M Bohr 24 Pine Grove RD 1 who stepped on a rusty nail Joseph J Holler 3rd 8 228 S Sixth Ave son of Mr and Mrs Joseph J Holler Jr who cut his right index finger with a pocket knife Kathy R Waybright 11 539 W Walnut St Cleona daughter of Mrand Mrs Jason P Way i bright who injured her fight thumb when she fell on a sideMiller St who cut his scalp on R Redcay 39 Myers towhRD3 who out his left knee when he fell against the rim of a tire Twelve sutures were taken to the injury Michael A Krause 18 1324 the trunkUid of an automobile Treated Saturday Treated Saturday were Mrs Ada M OLeary 54 519 N Sev enth St who fell and injured her right knee Ernest E Carpenter 48 Leb anon RD l who had eight su tures taken to a cut of his right hand Jay Moyer 12 Granlville RD 1 son of Mr and Mrs Herman fell and cut his FURSITURE STAGER BROS UP HOLSTER Ml 1501 Cumberland Dial 1716161 NEWSPAPERS SUTHEMQST Service LOGANS MAYTAG SERVICE Dial 2721451 Census OneHundred and ninetyeight patients including 21 infants Admissions Mrs Mary Lou Wagner Leb anon Miss Kay M Gougan Clifton Heights Fa Miss Chvisliiie Buchanan Clifton Heights Pa Harry M Buchanan Clifton Heights Pa Mrs Barbara A Hunsicker Lebanon Mrs Louise Stoner Annville Mrs Dorothy M Krall Leba non RD 1 Mrs Mary E Bachem Pal myra RD 2 Mrs Jennie M Schoener Newmanstown Harold F Hickernell Man heim Howard Smith Lebanon Mrs Gladys J Killian Leba non Mrs Shirley I Horn Leba Mrs Catherine Krouse Leba non Anthony L Heverling Leba non George B Shutter Lebanon Mrs Theresa J Rhen Leba non William H Kopp Lebanon Phillip Fancovic Lebanon Frank W Foreman Lebanon Mrs Donna G Grun Leba non Mrs Margreta Plottenberger Lebanon Andrew A Stoessel Lebanon Mark R Gehr Lititz RD 1 Mrs Virginia L Shuey Ann ville R 2 Patricia A Hoffman Myers town GibsonPalm Charles J Fennesy Shamo kin Geraldine H Baer Lebanon Robert M Tilley Lebanon Mrs Maud M Hickernell Newmanstown Mrs Marilyn Moyer Myers town Mrs Diane Burget Lebanon Mrs Anna Knapp Lebanon Alfred Basil Patteson Ann ville Denise Hunsicker Lebanon Mrs Lavern Garloff Leb anon Discharges Mrs Teresa Kirchner Leba non Mrs Ethel M Kurtz and daughter Myerstown Mrs Edythe J Andrews Har risburg Mrs Edria Martin and son Womelsdorf RD 1 Debra L Fading Cleona Mrs Joyce Hissner Lebanon William B Moudy Lebanon Robert Tilley Lebanon Mrs Ruth Geist and son Ml Zion RD 2 Moyer who forehead Lisa K Gerhart 5 daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry C Ger hart North Race Street Rich land who cut the side of her right eye after she fell on cement step Mrs Susan A Feeman 57 543 Spruce St who was stung on the left ankle by an unknown insect Robert W Miller Jr 8 Ann ville RD 1 son of Mr and Mrs Robert Miller Sr who cut his right knee on a piece of shale Richard A Bowers 26 My erstown RD 1 fractured some ribs when he fell at work anc stryck a piece of pipe XRays Taken Thomas A Golumbfskel 17 Brady Pa who had Xrays o the ribs after he was injurec playing football at Lebanon Catholic High School He js a member of pur Lady of Lourdes Regional High School footbal team from Shamokin Alfred R Brandt 48 Lebanon RD 2 who had a punctur wound of his right hand John Farr Jr 18monthsold son of Mr and Mrs John Far Sr who burned both feet when he stepped on a hot register Dennis Wachter 20 Hagers town Md who injured his back while playing football at Leba non Valley College Wachter is a student at Dickinson College Robert M See 20 825 North Eighth Ave who was burned on the left side of his back by steam while working at the Col lege Hill Poultry Inc Jane L Weik 2 daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlin R Weik Richland who received second degree burns when hot water spilled on her neck mm MM OM wide significance because Gov cranlon helped Schmidt upset he local Democratic organiza ion in his hometown four years ago The governors influence also s apparent in another race which political analysts will be watching for trends The con est finds Dist Ally James C rumlish Jr of Philadelphia acing the challenge of Arlen Specter Republican nominee or the post Although a Democrat Specter was endorsed by Scranton and Republican Sen Hugh Scott to oppose Crumlish who is backed jy Philadelphias powerful Democratic organization Spec er came into prominence when headed a recent state inves tigation of the citys magistrate system Democrats outnumber Repub licans almost two to one in Womelsdorf Man Hurl When Car Hits Abutment A Womelsdorf man was in jured Sunday afternoon when thecar he was driving struck a bridge abutment The accident occurred about pm on Route 897 approximately two miles east of Schaefferslown Treated at the Good Samari tan Hospital was George P Mase 53 9 N Radcliff Road Womelsdorf who received an injury to his right arm and cut of the upper lip which required 20 sutures Police Chief Earl Stonier Schaefferstown said Mase was traveling cast on Route 807 when he glanced from the road to watch a girl who was horse back riding and in so doing hit the abutment Mase was taken to the hospi tal by the Myerstown ambu lance Police said the automobile a 1964 model valued at was demolished Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 Page 13 Viewing Horrisburg Voter Registration Has More Psychological Than Practical Value Today CET THE GENUINE IHRTfR mm ThrwifBoefc TOILET TANK BALL Amentft lorfttf toll Mailer ihildnlly ilopt tVit flow of iweitr tflch fluitiing 75 AT HAHDWAHI STORES Luci Johnson Back To Studies At Nursing School FOR COMPLETE COVERAGE Carl Maurice ERDMJUi m Kenneth Cramer Palmyra RD 1 Mrs Constance Zimmerman Annville Thomas E Rittle Lebanon Mrs Charlotte J Rittle Ann ville RD 2 Ammon G Ebersole Leba non Mrs Pauline E Wolfgang Lebanon Miss Georgina Hoffman Mi nersvillage Otho Keeney Bethel Earl W Wagner Lebanon Mrs Frances A Shirk Rich land Mrs Anne E Saylor Leba non David J Foiina Lebanon Mrs Sara KGettle Lebanon Mrs Faye A non Lana S Lesher Myerstown Henry C Spangler Lebanon Arthur H Zimmerman Pal myra Jennie M Bennett Lebanon Mrs Rose E Smith and daughter Lebanon EllisL Keller Sr Lebanon Mrs Amelia H Oxenrider Lebanon Joan M Mueller Leba non Mrs Dorothy Jane Birll Leba non Mrs Clare S Kern Lebanon Oscar W Deamer Lebanon Mrs Idalene M Shirey and son Bethel Clarence A West Grantville RD 1 Joseph A Gingrich Palmyra Mrs Joan 0 Blduch Leba non Carl L ClawserPalmyra Mrs Alice D Musselman Lebanon Ernest W Heisey Annville Victor P Plasterer Lebanon Mn Carol A Werni Jones town WASHINGTON UPI Luci Baines Johnson was back at Ihe While House and her college studies loday after a weekend at the LBJ Ranch seeking her fathers consent to become engaged The presidential party in Texas was mum on Johnsons reaction to his daughters request and Luci avoided the press on her return here But the President was understood to have dissuaded Luci from becoming engaged now Eighteenyearold Luci cares deeply for Pat Nugent 22 of Waukegan 111 and wants lo marry him her friends The fact that Pat is four years older lhan Luci is to her liking She has many older friends and many of them are already married But Johnson is withholding his approval There was the feeling that last weekend at the ranch the President used his gigantic powers of persuasion on the romantic pair with a little come let us reason together thrown in He is understood to feel Luci should wait until she gets into her twenties before thinking of marriage A great believer in higher education the top priority ol Philadelphia A victory for Specter would be a major upset in which Re publicans could take pride and considerable encouragement for the gubernatorial elections com ing up in 196fi Another major city election involves Pittsburghs 59year old Mayor Joseph M Barr who inherited the job in 19S9 when David L Lawrence moved on to the governors mansion in Har risburg Barr has been the citys Dem ocratic mayor ever since win ning a full term in 1961 by the biggest margin ever polled for Ihe office Running againsl him on the Republican ticket is Vincent S Rovitto a successful business man newly venturing into poli tics Even Ihough Gov Scran ton made a walking campaign lour of Pittsburgh on behalf of the local Republican ticket the experts rale RoviUos chances as very dim Twentyfour thirdclass cities ranging in size from populous Erie 138000 to Corry 8000 will be choosing mayors but the political implications in these races are generally not very strong On the statewide ballot are only two items both proposals to amend the state constitution One would permit retired judg es to don their robes to help re lieve congested court dockets The other would waive the as sessment of occupational privi lege taxes upon citizens with in comes of less than a year Polling places will uesday in 9339 voling dis icts of the state from 7 am GOP Is Hopeful Of Comeback In Tuesday Elections Continued From One most of the hundreds of elections But Negro rights and the administrations Viet Nam policies have been injected into By JACK LYNCH HARR1SBURG AP Voter registration has come to have more psychological than practi cal value in the political num bers game There was time when the number of registered voters was a comfort or a headache to po litical leaders a fairly reliable guide of what to expect in elec tions But that was before Pennsyl vanians learned to split ballots on a large scale and before tele vision became such an enorm ous force in elections The two major political par lies however are still vitally in terested in voter registration But not because of the number of votes they can count on it did them no good as Gov Wil liam W Scranton soundly troun ced Democrat Richardson Dil worlh by 486000 voles Scranton was the third slralghl governor lo be elected despite his parlys deficit in registered voters Democrat David L Lawrence defeated Republican Arthur T McGonigle by 7fi083 voles in the 1958 gubernatorial race when Republicans still enjoyed a reg istration lead of 217606 votes Democrat George M Leader won by 279188 votes over Re publican Lloyd H Wood four years earlier when Republicans had a whopping 907144 registra tion lead Other examples of the fre quent insignificance of Rather the registration statislion figures were in the 195fi and lies are important because of amage listed At n 3Vehicle Collision An accident at pm Sat rday at Twelfth and Cumber and Streets caused damage es maled al 355 to an automo ile and two station wagons Patrolman Larry Lee Boyer dentified the drivers as David Keehn 19 30 E Market St jtitz Mrs Elizabeth J Beck r 42 1044 Guilford St and lerling James Diizler 43 1722 enler St Keehn told police he was raveling north on Twelfth his Great Society he also wants his vivacious devoted teenager to complete her four year course at Georgetown Universitys School of Nursing where she is a freshman before jumping into matrimony But Ihe President has no monopoly on persuasive quali ties or patience in Ihe firs family Luci won her parenls agreement lo become a Roman Catholic convert but she wailed five years to be sure in her own mind and to bring the family around Girl Treated For Shock After Crash At Palmyra An Annville girl was treatec at the Hershey Hospital Satur day for minqr shock after sh was involved in a twocar ac cident in Palmyra She was identified as M i s Rosalie E Windle 21 448 W Main St Annville According t the hospital she was examinee and found uninjured Palmyra police said Mis Windle had been driving east o Cherry Street and struck a ca operated by Robert G Fulton 28 Quentin at the Forge Stree interseclion Fulton a mechanic had been test driving a ca owned by Paul J Smith Worn eisdorf Damages were estimated a to the Windle car and to car 8 pm ime Eastern Standard treet and waiting for the red raffic light to turn to go west n Cumberland Street Keehn aid when the light changed to reen he pulled out into the in ersection and as he did so the tation wagon driven by Mrs Becker which had been travel ng south on Twelfth Street also lulled into the intersection Keehn said Mrs Becker topped and as he started to make his turn the Ditzler car which was in back of the sta ion wagon hit the Becker ve hicle The impact caused the station wagon to hit Keehns stalion wagon Police eslimaled damage as ollows Keehns slalion wagon 150 Mrs Beckersslation wag on and Dilzlers car some campaigns In New York Lindsay a handsome 43yearold Liberal who outpolled President John son last year to win reelection to Congress gives the GOP its best chance to win city hall since the regime of the late Fiorello H LaGuardia Like LaGuardia Lindsay is running at the head of a fusion ticket with Democratic and Liberal party running mates The Democratic candidale is city controller Abraham D Beame a product of the New York Democratic machine and upset victor in a bitterly fought primary Newspaper polls have indicated a close race between Beame and Lindsay with a surprising share of Hie vole going to William F Buckley Jr publisher of National Review magazine who is running under the Conservative party emblem GOP Breakthrough Registered Democrats out number Republicans in New York City by a ratio of 3 to 1 Thus a Lindsay victory would give the GOP a new face on the national political scene After New York the New Jersey state election rates next in importance inits national polilical implicalions Democratic Gov Richard J Hughes is favored lo win re election over stale Sen Wayne Dumont the GOP nominee In Virginia the Republicans have conducted the most inten sive and best financed cam paign in history in a bid to elect A Linwood Hollon Jr a Roanoke attorney to the gover norship GOP big guns including former Vice President Richard M Nixon have stumped the state for Hollon It is Hollons misforlune to be running against LI Gov Mills E Godwin Jr who enjoys the unprecedented sup port of both the state AFLC10 and Sen Harry F Byrd the conservative patriarch of Virgi nias Democratic machine their psychological effect on party workers and their propa ganda value in election cam paigns Party leaders believe their or ganization people work harder when they have an edge in reg istration They also like lo crow thai thiy are the majority party if that is the case It has been Ihe case for Demo crats since 1960 when they took over the registration lead In Pennsylvania for the first time True their edge that year was only 49fi5 over Republicans but Democrats gleefully pointed out that they had come a long way from Ihe 1043512 Republican lead in 1948 The Democratic high water mark was a 196935 edge for the 19fi2 gubernatorial election but 19fi4 senatorial races when Dem ocrat Joseph S Clark and Re publican Hugh D Scott respec tively overcame heavy registra tion deficits to win eleclion The same was true in the 1051 and 1961 races for slate Supreme Courl Republican registration mar gins ranged between 900000 and one million voters before 1954 when Leader upset Wood When Democrats took over the state administration that year for the first time since 1936 ocal Woman Treated After TwoCar Crash A Lebanon woman was slight y injured in a twocar accident which occurred at pm at Third Street and Pershing Avenue Treated at the Good Samari tan Hospital was Miss Donna Spotts 23 838 Willow St driv er of one of the cars who com plained of pains in her right land The other driver was identi fied as Glenn Richard Bowers 23 with the U S Army stationed at Indiantown Gap Military Res ervation Patrolman Mark R Kristo vensky said Bowers traveling north on Third Street failel to stop for a stop sign and pulled out of the intersection into the path of the Spotts automobile Miss Spotts was going west on Pershing Avenue 5 Bowers police reported was charged with a top sign viola tion Damage to both cars amount ed to approximately KHW with Hated to the Spotts car and to the Bowers automobile Exonerate Group Of Jews Of Ritualistic Murder TRENTO Italy Roman Catholic Church has officially exonerated a group of Jews who were tortured to death nearly 500 years ago for the ritualistic murder of a 2 yearold child The ancient case involved Blessed Little Simon of Tren lo a boy who was found dead in 1475 Local authorilies at the time charged that Jews had murdered Simon to use his blood in a religious rite The child was considered a martyr and declared a blessed thus making him eligible for local veneration Father W P Eckert a leading Catholic historian re cently completed an investiga tion into the case and reported that there were strong indica tions that the real killer of Simon blamed the Jews to divert attention from himself Father Eckerts study con cluded that the executed Jews were falsely accused and that their trial amounted to judi cial assassination Penn State Fans Fearful Of Worst Record Since 38 UNIVERSITY PARK Pa UPI Penn State fans won dered loday if their Nillany Lions were on Ihe Ihreshhold of their first losing season since 1938 Time Is running out on the Lions just as it failed to do Sat urday when California whipped Penn State 2117 with only one second left to play The defeat was Penn States fourth in six starts They must win at least three of the re maining four games just to break even for the season The Lions shouldnt have loo much trouble with nexl Satur days opponent at Beaver Sta dium Kent State of Ohio Kent State has a 331 record against the likes of Xavier Dayton Ohio U Miami of Ohio Western Michigan Bowling Green and Toledo Saturday afternoon Penn Slate was expected to have an easy time with the Golden Bears at Berkeley Calif The Bears had won only three of six games With just but one second lefl lo play sub quarlerback Jim Hunt hurled a desperation pass to end Jerry Bradley for the winning touchdown Penn State Coach Rip Engle summed it up Its a heck of a way to earn a living The Lions appeared lo have wrapped up the game when they scored a goahead touchdown with 42 seconds showing on the clock Penn State scored seven points in the second quarter and 10 in the fourth period seven points Manheim RD Man Admits Driving HitRun Auto A Manheim RD 3 man re portedly identified himself Sun day afternoon as the driver of a car involved in a hitrun ac cident about 3 am Sunday at Tenth and Cumberland Streets Donald G Price 31 told po lice that he had been drinking quite a bit and lie panicked and went home without halting at the accident scenet Theaccident involved Prices station wagon and the car op erated by Shirk B Folmer 56 of 114 E Chestnut St According to the accident re port Folmer was traveling west on Cumberland Streetwhen the Price car ran the red flashing light while going soulh on Tenlh Slreel No injuries were reported Damage to the Price car was estimated at and to the Fol mer car at 250 Patrolman William G Fas nacht said Price voluntarily ap peared at police headquarters about pm and admitted he had been the driver involved in the hitrun mishap He was charged before Alderman Pau line Shaffer they were able to reduce thefee publlcan registration edgsviby almost a third to the inS5 primary election They whittledat the GOP lead steadily and by the 1959 prima ry he first eleclion after Law rences victory it was chopped from 217fiOfi to 107847 Republicans made a cqme nack in lie first registration je riorl afler Scrantpns election reducing the Democratic lead lo 83013 for Ihe 1983 primaryand lo 111534 for the 1064 primary Stale Republicans blame Bar ry Golchvalers presidentialcan clidacy for ruining their registra tion efforts for the 1964 general election when the Democratic lead soared back to 124831 Had any other Republican been the presidential nominee Ihe GOP leaders claim Penn sylvania would be in the GOP column today Even so the Republicans have cut the Democratic lead for the eleclion next Tuesday lo 1051990 which is clown from the 113295 Democratic edge foriast Aprils Primary balloting Scranton has been mildly cri ticized by some Republicans for not using the vast patronage powers available to the admin istration for registration advan tage People close to the adminis tralion insist although Demo crats disagree that the gover nor refused lo allow any arm twisting to regisler state work ers in Ihq Republican column Despite the recent untrust worthiness of registration fig ures as eleclion baromolers both parties can be expected to drive hard to sign up new vot ers for apschylogical advantage in nexl years gubernalorial campaign California tallied in the second third and fourth periods Schuylkill Co Pledges IIToLVC Fund ANNVILLE A 1 u m n i and friends of Lebanon Valley Col lege in Schuylkill County have pledged to the institu tions Centennial Fund Cam paign according to Edwin H the chairman for the Schuylkill County area ffife million Centennial Fund coincides with theap proach of the ob servance of LVCs Centennial in 1966 Tha latest reports from the office of development at the college indicate that to date all pledges and cash contributions to the fund total 51216000 Assisting Ziegler inthe Schuylkill County solicitation were 2 cochairmen 7 team captains and 13 team workers The cochairmen were Walter H Ruhl and C Lanston Ment zer both of Valley View Reports Damage To Car At City Parking Lot William Gordon225 W Areba Ave Hershey reported to city police Sunday afternoon that his car was damaged while it was parked on the municipal park ing lot at Seventh and Willow Streets Gordon told police he parked his car on the lot about pm Saturday and relurned for it about amSunday He said lie noticed the damage when he was washing his car Damage was listed at approx imately Ltf talk turkey When H camel te professional counsel vyou cant beat the at Samuel G Kurtz Inc Samuel G 5Bruct KuKi 832 Chestnut Phone 272693 Elect Stanley Fox To Head Motorcycle Club Stanley Fox was elected pres ident of the Lebanon Valley Motorcycle Club during a meet ing at the groups clubhouse Friday night newly elected officers are James Conrad vice presi dent i Vivian Ezell secretary Marion White treasurer Rich ard Kohr referee Merrill Gar loff road captain Jacob Buf fenmeyer Kenneth Paul Burkholder Warren Miller and Charles Stalnecker direc Driver Kits Parked Autos Is Uninjured John A Rothcnberger 33 1740 Thompson Ave escaped in jury at am today when his car struck two parked au tomobiles on Old Route 422 in Jackson Township Trooper Lloyd Brubaker Jonestown stale police said Rothenberger was traveling east on Old Route 422 when he struck the parked cars Police said one of the cars belonged to John J Kcnncy Myerslqwn Police said they did not know the owner of the other parked automobile Damage totalled about with listed to Rothenber gers car and to Kennys car Police said theyare checking the registration number of the second car to determine the ownership A REGISTER OF WILLS EXTRA CLEAN CAT ARCADIA Calif AP Mrs J F Sargent heard her pet cat Scamper screeching as she was doing her weekly wash ing After slopping her auto malic washing machine she found Scamper who had gone through a wash three rinses and part of a spin dry along with a soggy rug Other than swollen eyes from the effects of the detergent the cat was unharmed is responsible for col lecting the states share of inheritance taxes within his coun ty The job requires a person who has been educated in or is fam iliar with the law re garding wills This man is a lawyer and is therefore edu cated to perform the duties of Register of wiiis VOTE FOR PHILIP H FEATHER ON NOVEMBER 2 Nathan Grsiky Chairmen CemWned Pelltlcol Actian Frnnk Gabriel Frttldent Young Dtmocrati of Lebanon Donald flei Chairman Younf Democrat Political Action Committee   

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