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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                41 Penna RR Freight Cars In Derailment i ELKTON Md UP1 Wreck Ingcrews begun clearing WHEN you THINK OF INSURANCE t THINK OF Samiel G Kurtz Inc 832 Chestnut Street debrii from threes main tracks torn up near t here Saturday when 41 carsof a Pennsylvania Railroad freight train derailed Six tank cars carrying highly volatile liquid petroleum gas exploded Some 400 residents of a neighboring community were evacuated as a precautionary measure when flames threaten ed a car containing caustic soda The fires were brought under control Saturday night FALL RALLY All Licensed Practical Hunts of Ltbum Sponsored by the Licensed Practical Nurses Association of Penna Lebanon Co Division YIKCA Tuesday November 2 1965 PM Theme Future Horizons in Practical Nurses Education and Service GUEST SPEAKERS A11 LPN please try to attend This is a very important meeting If you recently bought any other Color TV we strongly advise you not to see the com pact rectangular picture MOTOROLA COLOR TV or youIf not be satisfiedwith your own set If you yet on color we urge you to see the most advanced Color TV ofall Just phone 2722481 and well send one to your home to try Maurers RadioTV Service 29 South 4th Street Lebanon SALES and SERVICE African Students Talk At Fair land Services OLEONA Nov 1 Mappnd hla Moyo and WiJson students from Africa who are attending Messiah College were speakers atthe Sunday evening service of the Fairland Breth ren in Christ Church Cleona Moyo spoke on the current crisis in Rhodesia He stated that theAfrican must make his living on four or five acres of land and the drought conditions are severe at the present time Makalima talked to the Junior Crusaders and told how the Af rican children run to the vil lage school from one to five miles He also staled they nev er eat breakfast due to their poverty and the children in he older grades have nothing lo eat until they vim home after their school closes at three in the afternoon The leaders of the Junior Christs Crusaders were Mrs James Templin Mrs Robert Williams M r s Arthur Keller and Mrs Daniel H Light Jay Detweiler conducted the devotions for the adult crusad ers Harold Hosteller read poems and the Rev Jacob Funk spoke on The Need For a Re vival A ladies quartet com prising Mrs Ronald Brubakcr Mrs Curtis Books Mrs Roy Ebcrsole and Miss Pearl Crid er sang several songs John Imbodcn Granlham gave a talk on Bright in the Corner to the Youth Christs Crusaders Devotions were by Stanley Keller and Dawn Dut weilcr and Robert Books played a piano duct The senior choir of the Fair and church gave a program of sacred music at the Lebanon ounty prison Sunday afler noon Dr Charles Eshelman was Ihe speaker Luther League Mets The Luther League of the Hill Evangelical Lutheran Church met at the church Sunday eve ning for a brief business meet ng after which they attended the Reformation Rally at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Lebanon Hold Harvest Service A Harvest Home service was held in the First Assembly of God Church on Sunday evening Soloist inthe Tmmanuel Evan gelical United Brethren Church on Sunday morning was Mrs Jay Fisher Womeni Guild Meels The Womens Guild of the Hill United Churchof Christ met last Tuesday in the home of Mrs Richard Field Miss Sharon Housnecht read the Scripture and Mrs Richard Field offered prayer and read the meditation It was an nounced that 5 was donated to the Leprosy Fund and flO to the Ingathering sThe articles will be given to Bethany Chil drens Home The Thankoffer ing in connection with church service will be held Nov 21 and World Community Day service at SI Pauls UGCChurch at Quchlin The November meeting will be heldat he Metropolitan Edison building Both Brownie troops of Cieona held their Halloween party Sat urday afternoon Relays and eames were directed by Edith Cooper Debbie Hummel Dawn Dutweiler Peggy Batz and Ann Kiscadden all Cadette Girl Scouts Winners of the games were Kim Ebersole Kirn Keller and Shirley Books Winners were prettiest Renee Royer ugliest Valerie Eisley funniest Sally Marlin best planned ivathy Kcagley most original Kim Ebersole cleverest Jodv Yeager and two last guessed were Stephanie Morrow and Val erie Sterna Halloween favors were made for the girlsby Mrs Donald Fitting loader of Troop 7fil who was unable to attend Refreshments were furnished by the mothers The Brownies made bunny washrags for Nee dlework Guild and are also mak ing plans for their investiture of new second grade girls in No vember IK LEBANON ftitt about EVERYBODY READS THE NEWS EVERY DAY t Mloween Party Held Jy Kindergarten Class CAMPBELLTOWN Nov The Campbell town kindergarten held a Halloween parly at ichool Friday morning and aft ernoon The children came dressed in costumes and parad ed op West Main SI to Palmyra east on Market St then returned lo the school and had a party Yvonne Smith Is the teacher Sell Candy The teener baseball club of Campbelllown are selling candy to buy baseball equipment for team W O Shelley is the coach and Eugene Holbert is assistant coach Hold Executive Meeting The Campbelltown Lions Club meeting Thursday night at the Campbelllown Valley T rust Building Howard A Dimpscy Jr and George Gingrich have charga of the Campbelltown communily Christmas party The members finished putting Ihe Lions Sight Saving Stamps in envelopes Alfred pres ident presided at Ihe meeting OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Joanne Kopecky eight years old on Sunday is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael Ko pecky 300S Tunnel Hill Road Lebanon The celebrant is a third grade pupil at SS Cyril and Methodius School A family dinner marked the occasion THREE GENERATIONS RICHMOND Va AP A mother daughter arid grand daughter all active in the SpanishAmerican Veter ans Auxiliary have the distinc lion of allbeing1 state officers in the organixation at the same tiine Mrs Mary A Roberson 83 whose Husband served wilhGen Fitzhugh Lees Seventh Army Corps ischief of staff of the Department of Virginia Auxili ary United Spanish War Veter ans Her daughter Mrs Marina Hams is junior vice presideni of the Department of Virginia Mrs Hams daughter Mrs 0 B Lowty is department pres idrnt of Vuginia Pine Grove H S Lists Honor Roll Lebanon Fa Monday November 1 1965 Pagt 23 PINK GROVE Nov 1 The following students have been named to Ihe honor roll for the first six weeks at the Pine Grove Area Joint School To he on Ihe special honor roll a student must iiave straight As Students on the regular honor roll must have As or Bs in all subjects Grade twelve special Paul Wolfinger regular Sallie 1 Bohr Loona Bowen Donna Brown Judith Brown Coralee Daubcrt Susan Evanchalk David Fisher Beverly Forry Mary Hardcnsline Daniel Haw kins In a Herring Janice Hcrr ing Linda Hoover Debbie Hu bcr Gail Kimmcl Sandra Krause John Levan Eva Eeccl Catherine Uunipf Mary Salti Sandra Schncck Stephen Schwartz Nancy Jean Zimmer man and Nancy M Zimmerman Jradc cloven regular Karon Garosi Cheryl Knnclall Dawn Kramer Diane Lehman Donna NaRle Nancy McLean and Keith Thomas Grade Inn special Jill Surge regular Thomas Adams Mary Brcicligan Binnie Ditzlcr Eliza beth Frank Karon Goorl Ann Heinbach Louise Heinbach Marlin Hummel Susan Man heck Catherine S c h r a d e rj Donna Stump and Lana Walmer Grade nine special Ruth Long and Charles Miller regu lar Deborah Boynr Andrea Funk Karen Herring Martin Herring Donna Lehman John Lengel Gloria Nagle Patsy Schacffcr Catherine Sickles La mar Wolfe Grade Kathleen McCarthy regular Susan Adams Anna Bcrger William Brctz lean Rrommer Dehra Davics Cecelia Forry Donna Harris Keith Heinhach ttonnie Hubcr Kathy Kocnig Clifford Krammcs R o h i n Schwalm Kathy Stolarick Allen Slrnup Grade regular Debo rah Archer Gill Lowell Good Deborah Maden ford and Gail Perun HAUER I L i I 1L n s bih si FELLDW CITI We decided at the beginning of this campaign to conduct ourselves with dignity We have not nor will wef use vicious slander or innuendo It is our belief that how a candidate carries on his campaign reflects how he will conduct his office if elected We intend to do both with dignity and honor The Republican Candidates Claude A Hartman Harold W Risser Jr Fred A Alvm B Luther M Lewis Jr Swanger Nelson C Treisgar Harold E Walfer R Herman H Donmoyer Kohr Jr Hiizjr George H Harry E David J Stickler Redinger Jr Brightbill r L i I UlANON COUKTY I M CHAIRMAN MART WHiaiR VIClCHAHMAM Revealed As Jew CMitintMd From pupil in a Hebrew school and that he had been Bar Milz vahed The story said Burros had been an officer in the Nazi party but recently changed from a brown shirt lo a white sheet The newspaper said Burros hid his Jewish birth and education for years during his activity for hate groups which led to his arrest several times When a reporter confronted Burros with the secret informa tion he was threatened the Times said have to retaliate do you understand the report quoted publish that Ill come and get you and Ill kill you care what happens Ill be ruined This is all Ive got to live for Roy E Frankhouser the 25 yearold grand dragon of the Pennsylvania Klan said Buiros went out to buy a newspaper Sunday and when he came back in a rage shouting Im going to kill myself Frankhouser told police Bur ros lifted a M caliber pistol to his chest and fifed Then he put the gun to his right temple and fired again Before he pulled the trigger Burros shouted I aint gol nothing i to live for Frank houser said I think the general idea was that he was going to be subpoenaed andwas afraid it would bring out his past he said T didnt mind his past He was a good American fighting for what he believed If Burros was really Jewish it was the best kept secret since the atom bomb T he N e w J e r s ey King Kleagle Frank Rolella Jr 28 s suspended from his jobas a New York City social worker ELECTION DAY SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY Tuesday to 9 ONE GROUP OF FALL DRESSES Assorted Styles and Colors Preteen Junior Sizes Open Tuesday And Friday Til 9 PM Remember Jri Art A Not An 15 South Eighth Street HAVE YOU TRIED TACA TEEN AGE CHARGE ACCOUNTS INQUIRE RUG CLEANING Carpet Cleaned In Your Home Have your carpet cleaned by professional cleaners Sonitone dry cleontnq For nearly four years your district attorney I have endeavored to fight In whatever form it might appear to pioneer new approaches in combatting delinquency to pre vent the terrifying spread of narcotics to up lift the condition of the policemen and promote more effective law enforcement Tomorrow ori election day I ask by your vote to tell me if you want this cause continued Lebanon County Republican Commlttet t M Lang Chairman Mary Wheeler Vicechairman t   

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