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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Page 2 Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 Market Reports NnJ NEW YORK UP1 s prices opened mixed In moderscconyr Mobil trading today s SteelsehcMnicils and metals i were firm Airlines and aulos Inchori ahead WPIT steady Klrctronics ere mixed United Airc UtlllPO Air l Eastman Kodak advanced rruii lo llfl Dn Pont 4 to 2411 aiulius Allied Chemical 1 lo 4SS Ford dropped Is to fiOH Slrrl added o Eastern advanced in Braniff to and Delia ss lo Royal Dutch slid to O 7m 16 isi so 19V i SOi US Planes Blast Missile Sites In North ROBESONIA Nov 1 Three courses will he in adtill education at Conrad W e i S e r High Sdiool according to pre liminary registrations The first session will be held this eve 37 with Din Air Force craft ning Rearrangements might be jjjwas hit during the raid by conWin aftpl lhe fjrsl session de Cunflnutd Frtm lions nearby The Navy planp Adult Education Classes To Begin At Conrad Weiser ventional ground fire pending on class conditions All Later prices or information concerning these or any other securities may be ob tained from Newburger Company Farmers Trust Building Phono 2725645 Capl Robert L Harris 31 of courses will be taught bymem of the regular high school w rillip Air fonP flights reporter the h DEATHS and FUNERALS Lancaster Market a parachute from the Navy plane The pilot was listed as missing Heaviest Action Of Air IVar The action over the missile area was MIR heaviest so far disclosed in Ihn air war against Viet The Air Force planes dropped classrooms Art will be taught by Thom as Alexander physical fitness by Wilson Mnrlrnnfl and sewing by Mrs John Irimes A mini mum of 15 persons is expected for a class The will meet two hours a night and will be class hours in length ACT Amer Flpr Amrr Anitt T f r Anicr T oh ArcMson Bcbblf BFt Ewlng id Coci Coll Colsalf Cofumhia Crns Cfns Nil Gfli ConruTv Power Cruciblp Dptroll Edison 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installations they hit for resi and for nonresidents rows and iiti US 17 lli 35 snokesiiian 7V7S US 1 Ihs Frwj K I11ln sriMii 7650 ii i9n7n ihs Uliilr lie missile installations JV7J Snwi US 13 17 7SO350 Ibv 7171 50 Slirrp 500 Wonlcd 705071 i wnolrd 7575 Good isiill were under attack pilots Orislany completed smaii i I hoi r tiombing runs on the 0503 Utilil MAHKKTS SALISRUHY Mil USDA bridge Thru a second flight of Navy planes also hit the bridge In all 21 tons of bombs were dropped on the bridge leaving arid frynrs in a smoke and Ton few sales to establish the spokesman said market Later phnln reconnaissance and a lowlevel flight made by Hie Navy flight leader Cuulr lop D Adkins 40 of Marlow US TIJKASUI1Y KAIANCE WASHINGTON Corporations Boost Profits Near Billion S Balance lhit al spans of HIP bridge were knocked into Ihp waler the spokesman said Six US planes Jiavo been re ported shot down by the antiair craft missiles which the Soviets have installed in North Viet Nam The sixth was a Navy jet AP US corfighter last Wednesday A7 jporaliqns have pushed their v profits close to the billion ID Ihird Per ark Aflortax income in Hanoi and ird ijiiarter of ran about North Viet Nams j 17 per cent inboyc peri missile launching installed at sev port A number of mobile reports indicate launchers are also operating Almost all major industriesJTIicy can beset up and is collected lo cover costs Teacher Invited Tester Breiningcr C o n r a d Woisor biology teacher and lo cal historian was an invited guest of the Pennsylvania irr man Society at the 7Mh anni versary meeting held at Frank lin and Marshall College Lan caster Friday The subject dis cussed was Further Research in Pennsylvania Herman Stud ies The Next 75 Arthur D Graeff North Hei delberg Township hislorian au Ilior and Pennsylvania Dutch authority was the moderator of the Open Forum Interpreter Published The second issue of the In terpreter was distributed at Conrad Weiser High School Wednesday It was published by the new student staff under the direc tion of Miss Stephanie Andru zak Typing was under the supervision of Miss Patricia Yost The staff includes editors Donald McKec Lucz and William Koenig assistant editors Glenn Seiclel David 14 81 i share hi this years gains al IhoiiRlr sleel makers show a t 59 3Bi t VB 67 44 S r t i 66l V asn 14 S5 I 8Pi 595 4 20 43 I 7aV7 4 2 Community Bible Church Palmyra Pa 2nd Anniversary Celebration Tonight Through Sunday Nov 7 Tonights Service PM ev Gerald Stover mixed i so do tobacco companies 1JV Jhe nil motors elect rohics rafl airline and utility company after company reports record earn ings froni record sales vol ume Mostclipmical firms drug nonferrous metals glass 3hdj hpaVy equipment makers arephthe upside Tlie golden frtind is oneof the reasons the stockj markfti has been pushed al Ihougli a profit expccipfi T gloss earnings lax This s j first linrl hoped In 1 u I profit juji ribove a year agolp a mil lion 2RniVer cent gain put it al million ilcd within 24 hours Decline Ivslimate officials decline to esli njatp the number of missile launchers in North Viet Nam US forces have reported three previous attacks on mo bile missile units sharp ground action was reported today in South Viet Nam wilh troops of the US 1st Cavalry Division claiming a cjpiifirtned kill of SO Communist fighters in the area of Plci Me Special Forces camp The spokesman said there were no American casualties jfilemnnls of he 1st Cavalry ijave horn operating around 1lci V Ale since they joined Vietnam relief forces last week in g thp sipgpnf lite camp 210 i p s north of Siigon 10 Thn spokesman said lip ene my force was spoiled by hcli copter scouts who called for riflemen lo be airlifted into rough terrain about five miles Southwest of the camp The air borne cavalrymen swooped down and attacked the Com munists who were armed main ly with grenades Civilians Killed Wrong clirdclions from ths Shoff and John Swctgart seniors Karen Deck er Carolyn Miller Mark Allendcr Donald Bish Frank J McHugh Dies Of Crash Injuries Saturday Frwn Ont relations manager at the Sleel Foundry Mcllugh had maintained a field office In Towson Aid for about 20 years and occasionally spent weekends in Tnwsciii the Rev M R Limitman Mrs lindeman Dies At Daughters Home Mrs Julia M Lintleman 65 144 N Twentyfirst St died at am Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs Carl Slc vick 2509 Boas St Penbrook She was a daughter of the late Henry and Agnes Mackey Schuyler Mrs Lindemanwas a mem ber of G r a e e Independent Church West Lebanon Her hiis corriiug to officials of lliti Leb anon Sleel Foundry Allhough not loo well known in the community because his job required him to travel Mc Hugh had been regarded as jo vial and congenial by his fellow employes Had Masters Degree He received a bachelor of arts degree at Holy Cross College and a master of science degree in foreign trade at Georgetown University Washington Before coming to Lebanon in I05R he had been employed with a Baltimore firm as a pro duction manager iMcllugli was unmarried Ills only s ii r v i v o r Is a cousin Mrs Katharine MeArdlc Lynn Mass He was preceded In death hy both his parents Me worshipped in theRoman Catholic faith and attended St Marys Catholic Church here During World War II lie served a threeyear lour of duty in the Navy The body will toLynn Mass for funeral services and burial Mrs Annie I Miller Pine Grove RD Dies Mrs Annie loin Miller 80 of Pine Grove RD 1 died on Fri day at the Good Samaritan Hos pital Pottsville Avhere she was a patient since Tuesday MrsMiller daughter of the late Alvauiis aijd Ivy Strubliar Kreichbaum was a member of Ihn Church of God Suedbcrg Gail Eicrman Judy Feeney hlsbaiid Ellas lied in Gciss iMary Schael7lc j5148 Two sons sophomores Ann Bowen Janet BrennemanVlerilyn assert lames Lord Darnell Palsgrove Barbara Tester Ellen Yeager junior high Brmita Behney rusvBond Jane Eshbach Brad leyCMassmoyer Ruth Guisfwite Jaiiics Hummel Neysa Korn bleet R o b e r f Lutx Drbbie SnyclerjSandra Thompson Clay ton White Deb bie Seller Thomas Zerman mis r In Brief S Korea AP The United Nations command asknd North Korra today for the im meriiatp rplurn of more than ion South Koreans who police said were kidnaped while fishing Fri day in the Vpllow Sea south of thp demarcation line between North and South Korean wa ters Latest police reports said 112 men women and children and two fishing boatswere seized by armed North Koreans EXTRA BEATS QDuring n recent exnniinnlion ihtt company doctor mid I had evrrn henrt beats Mr indi cated thai thii might be due to drinking fee or smoking but ditint jtny irhethrr thm condition irnj It it A Extra beats extrasystoles are generally not harmful in otherwise healthy persons Even so it might be wise to avoid coffee tobacco SOUR STOMACH QIf you drink milk nnd then nlmoit Im mediately drink fruit juice irilt cnute ttemach to tour ANo MTien milk reaches the stomach it is normally curdled by an enzyme called rennin This is the first step in the process of dicestion and is not affected by other foods eaten at the lame time FISSURE OR FISTULA Q What it tltf hetireen nn nnnl fiimre nnd an mini fitlitln A A fissure is a slillike elongated shallow ulcer A fistula is a canal or tubelike abscess Anal fissures nfien become infected anrl bur rowing of the infection may result in formation of a fistula Von Bct ALL 3 profes lional nnrl care prompt service nnd prices in our pre rrvire South Vietnamese were blamed fora weekend U S air attack which killed 48 civilians and wounded35 others in a friendly vjllage Many of the victims werewomen and children US military officials cleared American personnel of all re sponsibility for the attack in j be brought muledrastic South Viet Nams central highjtrol be World Health Organixa lancls They said South Vietnam lion said today r also preceded her In death Surviving art daughters Ivie wife of Stewart Beiichler Pine Grove and Anna Earl Ulsh in Virginia tluee sons Iloyd Lebanon Clayton Palmyra and Howard AVil a brother Har olrl KreiShbaum Reinertoni F o u r t e en grandchildren iO great grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive Henry C Avon Dies Early Today Henry 0 Heisey p M22 King St Avon died at 5 an today at home after a lingering illness He was a son of the late George and Lizzie Strolun Hei sey Heisey was a nembpiof Grace United Church of Christ Avon and the Lebanon Ameri can Legion He was a World War 1 veteran who is pastor of the church survives In addition lo her husband and daughter the following children survive William Litilz Ken neth Camp Hill Hulli wife of Clarence Swarlz Penbrook Ro maine wife of William Miller Camp Hill and Dawn wife of Paul Shore Camp Hill Four teen grandchildren aiso survive Richard E Peiffer Dies At Union Deposit Home Richard E Peiffer 410 N Hanover St Union Deposit died Sunday at his home He was a retired employe of he Bethlehem Steel Corporation and a member of the Church of the Redeemer United Church of Christ Hershey and the Un ion Deposit Fire Company He is survivedby his widow Mrs Lillian Peiffer two daugh ters Mrs Junker Pcekskill Webs ter Wise Union Deposit t w o sons Wilbur Lbysville and Rob ert Annville hismother Mrs Maggie Poiffer Uliion Deposit one s i s t e r Mrs Raymond Shrefflofi Union Deposit one Brother StanleyLebanon Hi grandchildren and five great grandchildren lleisoy is survived by his wife Edna P Balsbaugh Hci sey b o m e three sons George Myerstown Clar Lebanon and Henry 0 Jr Aiinviile three dauglitcrs Fvelyn wife of Harold II Hit Spread Of Drugs GFJNEVA AP The epi demiclike spread of dnigtak among young people must Honvej Lebanon Belly L wife of Harold Light Palmyra and Edna A wifeof Lloyd Lemke Bunker Hill Ifi grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren con rsr ground forces cave the two A WHO expert committee on US pilots the wrong map coordependenceproducing drugs cit dinatcs ed the increasing frequency of Amnrican officials exripelpd abuse of sedatives or stimulants the Communists to launch ajnol classified internationally as wave of propaganda attacks narcotic The committee recommended control measures over the raid Expressions of regret came from US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Gen William C Westmoreland US com mander in Viet Nam Theair attack took place Sat urday on DP Due about 300 Paul H Geltle 71 1011 Me miles northeast of Saigon US officials save this count of the bombing P H Gettler Municipal Building Worker Dies ichanic St died Sunday after jioon at the Good Samaritan Hospital He was a son of the Mrs Stella Kraft Dies In GSH Was ill 3 Months Mrs Stella Map Kraft 70 417 Walnut St Columbia died at 2 pm Sunday in the CJoorl Sa maritan Hospital after an illness of Hires months She was the widow of Charles K Kraft She was horn in Columbia and was a member of St Johns Lutheran Church Columbia and the Columbia Chapter 324 Or der of Eastern Star She is survived by wo daugh ters Janet wife of Edward C Biffart Lebanon who is the as Vietnamese troops under atlale Jacob and Ida Lulz Gettlc Ill from a village called for A custodian at the Municipal Ipi American he had been a pretzel driven Skyraiders were ordereddistributor for 10 years llo make the attack but their He was a member of KochcnBiffart Lebanon wlioTs llie as forward observer suspectderfers Evangelical U n i t e ds i s t a n t administrator of lie led that the location given hy tbeBrethren Church and the ReGood Samaritan Hospital and Vietnamese was wrong and Employes Club IReba wifp of Earl S Keller jiiij ciuestid confirmation He is survived by the followSan Antonio Tex lljl The Vietnamese confirmed ins two sons Roy E LebaOne grandson and two broth lhat HIP map coordinates fornon and Jesse R Canal Zone ers Irwin K Wilmer and Ches Due were correcl as givPanama one daughter Krma ler A Wilmer both of Colum Jg i en Thp observer passed thorn wife of Wayne Shopp Lebanon bia also survive ion to HIP two American pilots seven grandchildren six great jwho bit Dp Due with 210pound grandchildren four brothers jfragmpiitalion and phosphorous Allen Frank Samuel a n i Mice Annild FilKorf ChnrlPs all of Lebanon ami AU9U5ia lllDen The villagp from which sisters Mrs Verna Shor Difii At Pflttwllip Sonlli Viptnamosp were being man Mrs Edith Gunrlrum i f C Blacked was in miles from DejMrs Bertha Snyder and Aliss s of Lebanon St Pine Grove TOKENS Free Prescription MondayFriday 9 AM to 9 PM Saturday 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday 9 to 12 6 to 0 onSalurday morning at lhe Pottsville Hospital She had been admitted as a medical pa tient on Wednesday UrseSf Orderlies and Aides that A native of Pine Grove Miss Filbert was a member of the wish to thank all the Doctors took care of my uncle IRVIN C KLICK while he was in the Good Samaritan Hospital Niece Mrs Marian Gillette Lutheran Church EVANGiaiST DJFS The Rev H Lawrence Run klc Ashley Ohio died this mornirig at his home A well known evangelist Jie had ap peared inline Lebanon area on numerous occasions Peiffer Funeral Rifes Conducted Af Hamlin Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Charles A Peiffer Lebanon RD 3 from St Pauls United Church of Christ Hamlin The Rev Lee D Loos pastoi of the church officiated Inter ment was made at the Hamlir Cemetery The following grand sons served as pallbearers Chester and Mark Mile Am mon and Eugene reiffcr Wil liam Grumbine and Clarence Mase The Hassinger Funeral Home Fredericksburg was in charge of the arrangements Merinonife Service Held For Simon D Suiherly The General Sherman Tree a Sequoia as tall Funeral Services Held For Mrs Agnes Reist Funeral services were held Sunday for Mrs Agnes Reist Schacffcrstown from St Pauls United Church of Christ Schaef fersfown The Rev Alfred Sand rock pastor of the church offU dated Interment was made at the Scluicfferstown Cemetery The following grandsons served as pallbearers Mark and Perry Hackman Edwin and Henry Funck and Harold and Herman Reist The Clauser Funeral Home Schaefferstown was in charge of the arrangements 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Pilei have censed to be K problem The secret is n new healing suB xtance discovery of a worldfamous research instilute This substance is now available in suppository or ointment fnrtn under the name Preparation H At all drug counters Funeral services Siithcrly late of FrctljCrfcksburg were held Sunday a ftcr noon from lie Meckville Men nQiijte Church The Rev Aaron Shenk and the Key Clctus Doutrick officiated was at the cemetery adjoining llfelHirch Tbe folipwing g ifa h d s o n sciveclHs J3ryan CiiVtjsV AHqn aridAernon Suth erly G eraid Caplihger and Robert Baslibre Stanley Jj Slrauss Fu neral Home JqnestowrTvV had charge of the arrangements Funeral Rites Held Elsie Kreiser Fjmerarve c for Mrs i e IS Krciscrnee Straviv bridge widow of AHiert Krcii spir TvIS UnionSt were held this afternoon from the Rohlarid Funeral Parlors I The Rev Lester S Miller suV perinlentleiit of the Lebanon CUR Mission vnfficiakd Burial was made at the Ml Lebanon Cemetery The following served as pall bearers Lester Robert Earl and Howard Strawbridge Rich ard Dissiiigcr and George Mil ler Johnjroutman Inferred At Cemetery In Host Funeral services were held this afternoon for John J Trout man late of 11 Locust Lane Womclsdorf from St Johns United Churchof Christ Host The Hev Daniel Davis pas tor of UK church officiated Interment was made at the cemetery adjoining the church Serving as pallbearers were Herbert and George Hibsbman Richard and George K Trout man Edwin and Harry Hoffa The Danner Funeral Homej Womclsdorf had charge of lhe arrangements Nelson Funeral Riles Held From Residence Funeral services were held this afternoon for Mrs Minnie K Nelson from her residence al i 540 Lehman SI The Rev William E Swoope retired pastor of Zion Lutheran Church officiated Interment was made at Ml Lebanon Cemetery Serving as pallbearers were Walter Nelson Parks Fred Ruhl Wayne Long Henry and Millard Hamilton ThrTaylor Kunernl Home had charge of the arrangements Funeral Service Held For Mrs Lona Matthes Funeral services were heklj this afternoon for Mrs Lona M Matthes 130S Sand Hill Rd1 from Christmans F u n e r a 1 Home The Rev Robert K Shaull pastor of St James Lutheran Church officiated Interment was made at the Ebenezer Cemetery The pallbearers were Charles Hosteller George Black Larry Mountz Donald Fure and Herman Hartman In Time Of Sorrow Flowers Say Best The Thoughts In Your Heart Vavrous Florists Fourth and Guilford Streets 2737617 on proBLems Heres how practical it is to get a Personal Loan at LVNB Ami You Borraw j 3000 74 Payment 1679 2687 3694 H Quick confidential service low bank rates Rates includeLife and Disability Insurance An 1 LVNBIperspnal Loan can be a sound way to keep your savings intact and earning interest Anytime you need money see LVNB Loans for any worthwhile purpose Oldeit Bonk in Lebanon County Lebanon Office to 5 Friday to 6 PM 9lh StreetEntrance Elevator to 2nd Floor MCMBtR FDIC Dial 2725605 Ask For Personal Loons Anna Gluszko Elaine Hilton Betsy Karinch 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