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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Page 14 Penney Store Manager Honored At Treadway Inn A lop official in the 1 C Penney Store chain was here Saturday evening to help pay tribute to the manager of the local store who has been trans ferred to the firms slore at Frederick Md For Harold R Schilling be honored puesl the occasion also marker his 25th anniversary with the Penney chain m William Chcekc Lancaster has been temporarily named lo replace Schilling Frederick a former Lebanon Counlian who is vice prtaiiicnt in charge of personnel for the Penury Company WHS among lie 40 store employes and guests present for the dual event at the Lebanon Treadway Inn Receives Co m in end a lion Schilling was presented with a letter of commendation signed by J C Penney founder ofthe local pi ore It was presented by Miss Rita llarlnelt who also in troduced the guests Slides of lie New York Worlds Fair Niagara Falls and Disneyland were shown by Mr and Mrs Elmer lionise The committee In charge of arranging he dinner were Miss Rita Ilartnell Miss Itnlli Umberger Mrs Karl LOUR Mrs lames Weilli Mrs Vves 011 McCall Mrs Klmer len Ise Mrs Mabel Corl and Mrs Chester Svhaak Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 Hold Halloween Parlies At Pack Meeting Of Cubs H1CRSHEY Nov 1 The Fishburn Evangelical Unit e il Brethren Church Cub Pack 78 held its monthly Pack meeting and aHalloween Party fellowship Hall of Mhe Cluirch on Saturday evening 11 WHS at tended by 81 cubs parents aiut guests withlay Kcilz cubmas ter presiding Paul Cramer transferred from Pack ins SI loan of Arc Church and Bill Coxmi from a Hum m els I own Pack Two Weblos Gray Noyiiiger and Heffrey were trans ferred into the Scout Troop 78 and received by Scoutmaster Wayne Nelson Cubmastcr Rciiy presented achievement awards lo David DeMuth Rickey ONeal Roger Wilmer and Mrs Joseph Kisclv er a Den Mother Bruce Win ters David Schwartz and Ricky Barcale In the costume judging Fred Hess was the funniest Roger Witmer most original Cluirky Curry ugliest Duane S m i I h he prettiest Cubmaster Reitx announced the Cub Pack participated in the Hummelstown Halloween parade where they won first prize in the Scout Troops category and also won second prize in the H e r s h e y Halloween parade Those monetary prizes w ere placed into Ihe treasury of Ihe Cub Pack to be used for Cub projects Cub Pack 78 will attend the Scout Night Hockey Game Nov 24 in the Horshey Arena Plans also include a Christmas tree sale to be held beginning De cember IS at the Levitz T r e e Farm located one and onehalf miles west of Indiantown Gap on Route 443 Refreshments for Hie evening were provided by Ihe Cub Scout Committee Tack 203 Cub Pack of the F I r s t Evangelical U n lie d Brethren Church Robert Brubaker Cub master held its monthly Pack meeting Saturday evening in the social room of the Church al tended by 97 cubs parents and guests Five Bob Cats were receiv ed into thePack by Cubmaster Brubaker they are Carl Mor ris Craig Schcll David Filepas Terry Gipe and George Spon augle A Halloween party was the highlight of Ihe evening w i I h traditional games including apple bobbins with winners in the games Craig Tackier and Jeffrey Kraley ii Die lack0Iantern making contest George Sponiuigle w o n first place Kdwin Weaver sec ond prize and Marshall Kng land honorable mention Cubmaster Brubaker announc ed that the Pack third place in the Hershey Halloween pa rade and the money was placed in file treasury for the Cub program Ed Formvalt had charge of the games and he and his wife served the refreshments Cuh Pack 7fi Cub Pack 76 of the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren began their Cab activities for the season on Friday evening with a Halloween parly in the Fellowship Hall of the church attended by 50 cubs parents and guests Tin Dens will meet Nov fl at the Den Mothers Homes There are four Dens wilh Den Mothers Mrs Donald Kreiser Dniiy NESYS Pliolo HAIL AND FAREWELL Harold II Schilling manager of lite local 1 C Bounty Store center receives 2fith anniversary card shower at party Saturday night hat also marked his departlire from local slore He lias been named manager of companys store in Frederick Md At left is Fred crick Sclbier a former Lebanon Countian who is now vice president of lie Penney firm in charge of personnel William Chceke right Schillings tem porary replacement looks on Mrs Leham Keller Mrs Cal vin Zehring and Mrs Clyde Piltx Mrs HowardTrimble is an assislanl Don Mollier The Cubmasler this yenr Is Ravburn llartinan Harry Armii mid Carl Raybohl are assistant Cubmaslers The Gub commiUee Is com posed of Robert llnines elinir nuln Mrs R ob e r t Jacoby Cyrus Stoner Wilbur Kreiser Calvin Zehring and Rev 1 lleiv iHTl Miller The Idea committee is comprised of Mrs Koberl Jacoby Mrs Darwin Byler and Mrs Harry A null The Uershey 411 Tasly Snack Club met on Saturday morning tttlie home of Ann Guinivan M West Chocolate Ave allcnileil by nine girls anil two Junior leaders l3arbarn Snydcr iiiul Karen Miely Officers elected are Debbie Douglas president Linda Lu gar vice president anil publi city Sandy Douglas secretary fVnn Cuinivan treasurer Carol Fasnachl song leader ami Diane Miller games leader The girls prepared sandwiches of peanut butler and banana and egg salad with dried beef The noxl meeting of the Tasly Snacks Club will he held Nov 27 at Hie home of Mrs Leroy Snyder leader at 529 Maple Ave Uershey WASH IT NEW YORK wash a raincoat either suspend it on a hanger and sponge il wilh soap or detergent suds or im merse it in suds and rinse wa ter Re sure to wash tiie hood both inside and outside to re move hair oils and pay special attention lo soil lhat collects along collar hemlines and sleeve edges Then rinse thoroughly to completely remove all the suds vinally hang the coal on a lian jer to dry A good trick Stuff thepockets wilh tissue to per mit air to circulate and dry out puddles in Ihe pockets Vet Returns Diploma To F and M College Continued From One for one year to fill a sabbalica leave vacancy confirmed 01 Friday that lie hail advised stu dents al an art forum the pre viotis day to destroy Hieii draft cards Hut oir Saturday lie denied so advising them lie said he old them to choose for themselves and I would not liave il any other way he incfely iold the students Do not kill1 And be cause i care ahnui these yotii men i said do uol die 1 did lol say burn your draft cards Spauldiiig said Hie in cident was being investigated thoroughly under established procedures lie said he would oiitinui to meet wilh and his immediate superiors im lit all the facts were on hand Order Indonesian Troops To Wipe Oui Communists JAKARTA UPI An ndonesian army geiicial today ordered his troops towipe out binmimist elements fomenting rebellion in central Java If you cannot combat these counter revolutionaries then you neednt be soldiers and ivear the Gen Surjo Suinpeuo said in an ordci broadcast by official In donesian news agency Anlara Sumpeno told a military roll all that conditions in the Surakarla area were deleriorat ng daily as roaming bands of Communist youths kidnaped iiu slaughtered villagers be longing to rival religious and nationalist groups At least 250 persons were Children Given Pills Which Could Be Fatal PHILADELPHIA UPI Parents in a South Philadelphia neighborhood were warned to day lo search Ihe trickorlreal bags of their children for pills similar to those given Ihree children on Halloween rounds Charles Orlando notified po lice that he found a tola of 10 red pills with gray centers in the bags nf his three children Dolores Vincent and when they returned home Sun day night He said the children had visited homes in the 2500 blocks of illli 10th Percy and Diirien Streets Dr Fredric Rieders the citys chief toxieoliigist said the pills appeared to be Iron medicine which possibly could be fatal to children Police began an investigation to find Hie source of the pills and the person who had given them lo the children Warnings to parents were broadcast by radio and television stations The pills were found by Or lando only several hours after a similar case was closed by police Investigators recovered or accounted for lifl pills thai hail been passed out wilh candy lo trickorlreaters in another section of the city on Saturday night Police saiil the pills six of which could kill a child mixed with a bag of candy corn by a retarded child The pills were prescribed lo treat epileptic seizures Cify County Elections Are lated Tuesday Americans Get First Look At Silverless Coins WASHINGTON UPI Amer icans gel Ihe first of their new silverless coins today The government is 231 million quarters layered sandwich copper and nickel twobit pieces look sound much like Ihe and best of all they releasin lliree coins of The new feel and old ones still buy 25cenls worth of ice cream and cake Some banks get them today others Tuesday and slili others later in the week Silverlcss dimes are due to start circulating early V next year The new 50cenl pieces which will retain some silver will becoming out later in Pennies and nickels are staying unchanged and so is the silver dollar although Congress has forbidden the mint io make any more cartwheels for five years in order to conserve the Treasurys dwindling supply of silver 11 was the silver shortage that persuaded the government to take silver out of US coins where it has been for Die past 173 yearsCongress authorized the change in the Coinage Act of The mint will continue turn ing out silver dimes quarters and half dollars until enough of Ihe new silverless coins are being produced In meet the nations coinage needs Officials hope lhat the 13 billion silver coins now in the hands of the public will continue to circulate side by side with the new ones until Ihey wear out reported killed in he Bojolali area of central lava alone since the Oct 1 coup attempt Martial law and strict cur fews were maintained in cen tral Java and its special district of Jogjakarta KS DORMITORIES Dr Frederic K mm College addresses the crowd that attended Ihe dedication of Keis ter and Hammond Halls on the LVC campus Sufnrday morning The dedica tion of he two new mens dormitories was held in conjunction with the IVC JjiyTestivjIies Ihiii were attended by more than 1500alumni and parents in addition to Dr Miller and corge iUarqtiede dean of men others faking wart in Ihe dedication ceremony were liishnn Hermann Kaelmick Harris iHirtf Dr Warren F UarriHlnirg superintendent of the Eastern Con Ifrence Allan iMuml Towson Md chairman of the LVC hoardof trustees Jefferson Harnharl Hcrshcy chairman of the LVC building committee Keceivmg he keys for the dormitories were Donald Stanlon Wilmington j Eu ent of the Mens Senate and senior counselor ofHammond Hall and UiarJes Mowrer Columbia senior counselor of Keister Hall Daily NEWS Photo HISTORIC IJELL The huge bronze hell which formerly tolled the time and announced court openings at the old Lebanon County Courthouse was presented to the Lebanon County Historical Society Saturday The bell was placed in the yard of the Historical Societys quarters at Sixth and Walnut Streets by Harold Moody who demolished the courthouse It is resting on a slab taken from the entrance of the old courthouse Attending the presen tation ceremony from left Moody Irvin Huber county commissioner Donald S Harpel society vice president John J Foster and Frederick S Franlz past presidents of the society Harpel accepted the bell on behalf of the societys president Dr Ralph Shay professor of history at Lebanon Valley College Refugee Boat Traffic Resumes From Cuba Today KEY WEST Fla AP Refugee boat traffic from Cuba interrupted by a storm resumes today The Coast Guard said more than 100 persons in three boats were nearing Key West They would be the first o cross the wavelashed Florida Slrails since Saturday morning Awailed from Camarioca the refugee departure point were 77 Cubans aboard the Little Mike 27 on Hie Spray and an undeter mined number on the Lemon drop the Coast Guard said Seas lhat have put scores of boats in distress during the 25 dayokl refugee shuttle were reported still treacherous for small craft The Coast Guard has rescued many There was a known loll of five persons missing and one drowned Announcement was awaited of a USCuba agreement for an airlift to supplant the hazardous doityourself shuttle Most of the new refugees are taken to Miami and transported to other US cilies The Cuban Refugee Center in Miami reported this breakdown of the 1308 arrivals lo register for aid Clerical and sales personnel 22 per cent semiskilled work ers 19 skilled 153 profession al and JJcmiprofcssional 85 service trades 7 agriculture and fishing 4 students house wives and children 25 The center said exiles in the United States have completed questionnaires asking for Uie exil from Cuba of rela tives Of these 44583 were claimed by exiles in Miami and Ihe others by exiles elsewhere in the United Slates In St Petersburg Fla a newspaperman said bountiful meals and carnival atmosphere couldnt hide the tension per vading Camariocas refugee compmmd George Swccrs director of photography for the St Peters burg Times related after a threeday stay here II was a sad scene The refu gees carried bags boxes and suitcases containing the few clothes and possessions they wcro allowed to take They did not smile or laugh They huddled in little groups talking softly to each other Swoors said Ihe Cnslro regime obviousiy went to great lengths to provide a festive selling for the Camarioca operation The compound complete with walkways and shrubbery was built in seven days A large thatched roof was built over a circular arena where refugees could sit and watch television Food served in the compounds dining room was tasty and am ple he said The refugees seemed amazed lo see food so freely served Sweers said They were usei to searching stores for strictly rationed goods Tn 1910 National Geographic Magazine published Scenes in Korea aiul Japan a Mpagc series lhat was the largest col lection of color photographs that had ever bejen published in a single issue ofany magazine 3 Die In One Crash 20 Persons Are Killed In Traffic Accidents In Pa Over Weekend BY THK ASSOCIATED TRESS Twenty persons diedin weekend traffic accjderit in Pennsylvania in the last weekend of October Thre more died in other accidents The weekend started on a somber note as seven persons were killed in traffic Friday night It ended with an equally tragic note as one accident in Pennsylvania killed three pjcVfibns Sunday night The victims included Dublin Eli M Myers of nearby Plnmstcadville killed Sunday night when struck by an auto while directing traffic at a fire in this Bucks County borough L Olson Jr 24 of Alloona killed Sunday when a car into a group of motorcyclists on Route 96 near Bedford Nalrona Mary Stiller died in a fire Sat urday in Nalrona Heights C Kunlx 7 of Gardners R D 1 struck and killed Saturday by a truck on a rural road in front of his Tyrone Township home Carlisle Dcanna Lynn Gil bert fi of Carlisle struck and killed Saturday by a car near her home as she was returning from a grocery store Millard 3 of Birdsboro R D 2 choked to death Saturday night when a corn chip lodged in his wind pipe C Shainline III of R D 2 Collegcvillc Pa Mrs Fanny Dickstein 75 of Waverly N Y killed Sun day night in a twocar collision near Towanda rover D Still C2 of Pittsburgh killed Salurday in a twovehicle collision on Route 8 in Shalcr Township M Henry 17 of Rockwood R D 2 Doro thy Slope 15 of Berlin R D 1 and Patricia Snyrier about 15 of Berlin R D 1 killed Sun day night when their car col lided with a Baltimore Ohio train here Canonsburg Wesley Small 15 of Canonsburg fatally ir jurcd Friday night when struc by a car as ho walked alon Route 19 near this Washingto Countytown T Gerald Guinci 25 of Lincsville killedFrida night when his car left the roa and overturned Irwin Warren Hawk 38 o Bethel Park killed Friday nigl in a threevehicle crash in whic four others were hurl Mary Ann Lo us 30 of Clarks Summit killc Friday night when the car i which she was riding swerve oul of control arid hit a truck Angclo Aqiiavila 6 of Renfrew RD 1 killed Frida night when he was struck by a auto Quinlron 36 and Earl Schafcr 34 both Allcnlown killed Saturdaywlic their car hil a stalled truck o Route 309 in the cily David G Gilbert IS of Exton killed Friday nigh when his panel truck collide with a tractortrailer at the in terseclion of Routes 30 and 10 Kennett Lee Carpen tcr 19 of Erwin Tenn kille Friday night when the automc bile in which he was riding wit four oilier young men hurtle off U S Route 1 Pittsburgh Mrs Ann Bar f8 of suburban Wilkinsburg ac cidentally shot by her fouryea old grandson Friday night Warfordsburg William D KeiKicll 24 of McConnelsburt falally injured Saturday in twocar crash on Pcnnsylvani 92fi just north of the Marylan line About 12 million new youn workers enler the labor fore every year the Labor Depar ment estimates By the end o the decade the total will rise 1 14 million annually CwitinuH lican Luther M Swanger and Democrat Robert W Rother mel Barring a writein cam paign both of these men will serve as jury commissioners In the city more than 13000 have the job of electing mayor two councilmen three chool directorsallarge for six ear terms and three direc orsatlarge for fouryear terms Recently appointed Mayor John L Worrilow is the Repub ican incumbent The Lebanon Steel Foundry secretary is icing opposed by F Paul Quairoli a Democrat and a usinessman Seeks Third Term Republican Fred A Gingrich s running for his third term on Jily Council His running mate s Nelson C Trefsgar a restau operator Gingrich semi retired operates a nursery Opposing the Republicans for he two seals on City Council are Democrats John A Walter and Samuel B Dabich Walter s a lawyer and Dabich a hair stylist Democrat G Rudolph Dech ert a hardware store employe is seeking another sixyear term as a Lebanon school board member His running mate is Bruce Gellle who teaches in a Lancaster County school Seat Assured Barring a Democrat writein campaign one of the following three GOP candidates is assured nf a scat on the board Harold Donmoycr a trucker Wal ler R Kohr Jr proof reader freelance writer and editor and Herman H Hitz Jr a payroll clerk There are four candidates for the three foiiryear terms on the Lebanon School Board Re publicans George II Strickler an engineer technician and Harry E Hcdinger Jr a gro cer are bolh incumbents David Brighlbill a news reporter is Ihe other GOP hopeful Ralph A Philllppy who Is self employed in the sales and service of commercial re frigeration is the only Demo cratic candidate The voters of each borough willsclect a mayor auditor and tax collector In the first class townships Annville and W e s t Lebanon the following offices must be f led Assessor treasurer auditor two township commissioners and a justice of the peace Township The second towfishlps will be naming pcrvisors auditors tax collec tors one or two JPs and some constables Each election district In Leb anon County will name a judge of election and majority and minority inspectors of election Also slated to be elected are numerous school directors throughout the county Total registration as of Sep tember was 38682 in Lebanon County A year ago this figure was 39933 and in 1961 when most offices were last up for grabs the figure was 40279 About half of he registration or about21000 ballots are ex pected to be cast tomorrow Except in North Cornwall Township only two questions will he on the ballot Will Vote On Amendments Both will provide amendments to the staleconslitution if pass first No 1A will allow retired judges who are willing able and have not been denied reelection to sit on the bench again on a partlime basis The second No 2A will per mil taxing authorities to exempt persons working and earning less than annually from payment of occupational axes In florin Cornwall Township another question will be ask ed II will deal wilh allowing Sunday movies after 2 pm in the township There is a new polling place in the county It is for the south district of South Lebanon Town ship The poll for that district will be in the Agricultural Build ing to the rear of lona School Entrance is on Evergreen Road REFORMATION SERVICE The Rev Dr A Augustus center reviews program for 16th annual union Protestant Reformation serv ice in the Myerstown United Church of Christ Sunday night Looking oiirare other program participants From left they are Richard Itachman rones town president of the United Church of Christ Federation of Churchmens lirotherhHKis of Lebanon County the Rev Dr Merrill Jeffers pastor of Ihe host church Rev W Miller Price Annville ant Rev Frederick E Noll Lebanon The service celebrated the 448th annivwrsary of the Reformation It was sponsored by the United Church of Christ United Presbyterian Moravian Church and Methodist Church   

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