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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania lUIVTSTONES s PHONE OWLEYE LOU PHONE 29724 BUT SHE HAS AW UNQUENCHABLE THIRST KNOWLBDfie OVALROCK EMMA PHONE 7328O BLONDIE GOODWESS KMOWS HES WOT MUCW MSS ALL aor THAT WAV BOSS BLUES ALL PAY LONG IM REALLY LOW JUST BECAUSE IM THE BOSS OB KILDARE MARK TRAIL Halloween Party Held By Primary Department Twentynine children of the primary department of the First Baptist Church attended a Halloween party Saturday after noon at the home of Mr and Light Lebanon RD 2 Costume prizes were awarded as follows James Herring and Cindy Gibson last guessed Dorey Spangler prettiest Char 16s Eberhart most unusual Car rie DeHart ugliest Debra Spangler scariest Winners of games were Dan iel Hauer David DeHart Den ise Shucker Joan Light and Susan Boehler Mrs Ted Shindel made use of a pumpkin and a flashlight in presenting a Bible object lesson Assisting Mrs Light in mak ing the party arrangements were Mrs Shindel Mrs Warren Wagner Miss Ann Fake Mrs Harold Speck and Mrs Robert Fake Miss Geraldine Light Is su perinlendent o the department WHERE YOU THINK YOURE GOING TO SEE A DOCTOR JUNIOR A DOCTOR THIS OFFICE 15 OUT OF BOUNDS FOR YOU MARTIM YOU AINT SO RUSGEC5 BESIDES WHO VoU TRYING TO KIP RIP KIRBY rrs MY GUESS WELL BOTH USE MISS WALTON FOR BAIT TO TRICK EACH OTHER 7HE CHAMELEON IS AlREADY LAUNCHING HIS THERE GOES EDITH WALTONS 6ARPErJERNOWTO MAKE A JOB FOR MYSELF WEVE THROWN THIS CHAMELEON OFF OUR TRAIL SIR N WILL WE HfPE INDEFINITELY NO P6SMONC7 HES TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT ILL DO AND IM TRYING TO ANTICIPATE HIS NEXT WOVE PALOOKA KEN WOULDNT EVEN TALK TO HES REAL SORE ABOLRSOMETHING AND I CANT OUT WHAT JOB YOU HAKPLY SAJDAWrXDflLLTHE WRY HOMCi IS ANY THING WTONGT HAS BEEN BRUSHED OFF BY MEN MASON ITS N FORMDU AUNTIE ITS THEMAN AT THE BANk HE YOUR ACCOUNT IS OVERDRAWN UNCLE LIKE WHEN I ASK WHO IT IS DIMPLES DIMPLES SUPPOSE WE JUST DONT 5AY ANVTHINS ABOUT THIS TO UNCLE JIG6S MV WHOLE wrexrs ALLOWANCE ALREADY AUNTIE DAMSEL IN DISTRESS MARGATE England The Coast Guard rushed to the rescue Sunday of a little olc lady a helicopter had reporter adrift in a small boat off this sea resort It turned out to be a male with shoulder length hail calmly fishing VXTlL LIKE A1Y AOTHER AIARKEVERV8OOV LIKES HER AND I KNOW SHES PRETTY AT LEAST THATS WHAT THE COW8CV5 ARE AUVAVS TELLING NANCY WILL YOU PLEASE THIS SPOOL OF THREAD TO MRS JONES SHE DOESNT SEEM TO BE HOME THE JACKSON TWINS LETlS SNEAfcf HIM OUT TOTEWVWTES f T f bi C15AZY STUKTS WTELY f HUTANP TELL MOM AND IN THE AOZNW6 JILL MOVE THB mwriDHBw JUFOJNPA VWMKPINS KXKSJNGB PUBLIC SALE at Eborsoles New Auction Barn Tuesday Evening November 2 1965 PM 3 Miles Northof Annville mile North East o Wate Works GE automatic washer Cros ley refrigerator with freeze compartment Frigidaire refrig erator Duo Therm oil burnei coal heatrola TV sets sofa folc ing cot bureaus sink chairs tables and other furniture Craftsman electric welder it to 180 amps Homart shallo well pump slump pump air con ditioner bicycles sleds coa brooder tools dishes and man other items Large cents Indian head Lincoln pennies few nickels Roy I Ebersole Auctioneer We Sell On Commission Phone 8671041 STATISTICS tmtral Noticu PASSED AWAY Lebanon on Oct 31 WS Paul H Geltle of 1011 Mechanic St aged 71 years uneral on Wednesday iflernoori J clock from the Rohland Parlors 5th tnberland Sis with service In Rev R J c Potlleger Interment at ochenderlers Cemetery and ends are invited to attend without rther notice Friends may call Tues y evening 7 to 9 at parlors Lebanon Pa Monday November 11965 Page Moticis Mali ind Ftmile Heiv Wanted 14 PASSED AWAY Lebanon on October 27 1945 Kathryn M nee Forry widow of Stephen Shounder 416 N ith St Lebanon on Nov 1 1965 rlenry 0 husband of Edna P bauah Helsey of 1422 Kins St aoed S years uneral on Thursday afternoon at 2 clock from Chrlstmans Funeral Home Cumberland St Interment at Ktmmer ngs CemeterV Relatives and friends are vlled Friends may call Wednesday eve ns 7 to 9 at the funeral home CHRISTMANS Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at oclock ffom the Rohland Parlors sth Cumberland Sts with services In charge of Rev Jacob E Rudlslll Interment at Ebenezer Cemetery Relatives friends are Invited to without further no tice Friends may call Monday evening 7 to at the parlors PASSED AWAY Penbrook on Oct 31 Julia M nee Schuyler wife of Rev M R Llndeman of 344 N 21st St Lebanon Pa aged 65 years uneral on Thursday afternoon clock rom the Rohland ParlofS Sth Cumberland Sis with services In harse of Rev J Howard Burtner In rmenl at Grace EUB Cemetery Mil rsvllle Relatives and friends are In led to attend without further notice rlends may call Wednesday evenlna 7 9 at the parlors Grove R D il on Oct 29 1965 Mrs Annie Lola nee Krelchbaum Miller aged 90 years uneral on Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock om Ihe H L Snyder Funeral Home 139 outh Tulpehocken St Pine Grove with ev Gerold Marzolf olllclallng Interment Church of God Cemetery Suedbera elatives and friends are Invlled to al nd without further nollce Friends may all Monday evening 7 to 9 at the funeral ome Directors SINCERE SYMPATHETIC SERVICE CHRISTMANS 27Z74JI Strauss Funeral Home JONESTOWN PA CALL 8452312 THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME S ST DIAL 7750701 Florists SA South Side Flower Shop FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION AND AT REASONABLE PRICES 810 S 12TH ST 2732683 4th VAVROUS FLORISTS GUILFORD Satisfactory Sines V7374 1908 Union Deposit on Oct 31 1965 Richard E husband of Lillian Pelffer of 410 N Hanover SI Union Deposit uneral on Wednesday afternoon at 5 clock from Bpwser Funeral Home 2 E aln St Hurnmelslown Interment lit rand View Memorial Park Annvllle elMives and Irlenrts are Invited Friends isy cull Tuesday evening 7 to at the uneral home FOR QUALITY FLOWERS BERNSTEIN FLOWERS J721M1 NITE 772242 Sympathy Bokays Funeral Designs QUALITY FLOWERS POPULAR PRICES Hockleys Flower Shop IU S 8TH ST PH 272150 Cemetery Plots Monuments SB BIDS WANTED The Board ol School Directors of the ebanon School District Invites sealed reposals for the cleaning and renovating f football equipment This equipment will available for xaminalion by Interested contraclors lor le preparation of their proposals during he week of November 29 1965 at the Lebanon Senior High School the Harding unlor High School and the Henry Houck unior High School Arrangements to xamine the equipment and to secure a 1st of the equipment to be reconditioned hall he made directly with Mr L Bruce Henderson Athletic Equipment Manager I the Harding Junior High School Sixth nri Chestnut Streets Lebanon Pennsyl anla The contract will be awarded on De ember 20 I95 and the successful con raclor shall arrange to have the equip ment shipped fromthe respective schools in or before December 31 1965 Bids will be received Xip to PM December 17 1945 ani shall be addressed o Robert A Nichols 3rd SecretaryBusl ness Manager Lebanon School District and Chestnut Slreets Lebanon 3ennsylvania The sealed bid envelope hall carry the bid Identification on the eft hand corner Alhlellc Equipment Bid The board reserves the rlBht to accept or any or all bids or to walvt any regularities pertaining thereto ROBERT A NICHOLS 3RD SecretaryBusiness Manager Gingiicha Memorials Authorlierl ROCK OF AGES Dtale Open Daily 8 to 5 PM Evenings S Sunday by appointment 5th Maple St Phone 272050 Public Notices Bail Bondsman C G Heller Manhelm 6459541 or Etown 3675511 PLAN TO ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY SAWS AND TOOLS SHARPENED FURNITURE REPAIRING KOEHLER 514 N 7TH ST LEBANON Beauty Salons 6D WIGS BY KEN S ANN LADIES WIGS MENS TOUPEES By Appl Ph 2730427 or 2733820 Special Announcements WEIR MIKESif Personnel Services TREADWAY INN LEBANON PA Emp Agcy PLACING QUALIFIED PERSONNEL WITH PREFERRED EMPLOYERS CALL JIM ROSS 2737681 Technical PLANT ENGINEER Open MECHANICAL ENGTo SI2000 NDUSTRIAL ENGTo DESIGN ENG ME or EE Open CHEMISTTo 111000 LANT IND ENG To ENG DRAFTSMANTo S9000 R INDUSTRIAL ENG To MOOO IME STUDY ENGTo MACHINE SHOP ESTTo DRAFTSMAN To LAB TECHNICIAN To Administrative MATERIALS MANAGER To URCHASING AGENT TO URCHASING EXPEDITOR To SR ACCOUNTANT To SYSTEMS AND PROCTo 13000 FOREMAN To FOREMAN Shop To PUBLIC RELATIONS To SUPERVISOR TRAINEE To SA000 SALES CORRESPONDENT ADVERTISING TRAINEE Deg CLAIMS ADJUSTOR TRNETo S5200 NVENTORY CONTROL To PRODUCTION EXPEDITOR To Sales FOOD SUPERVISOR Open SALES ENGINEER No DegTo 18500 ADVERTISINGOpen INSURANCE TO Industry elc To SOAPS Oplergpnts To TRAINEE Rec DegTo M500 BUSINESS MACHINES BRANCH MGR TRAINEE To MANAGEMENT TRAINEE To 14420 PARTIAL LISTING Male Help Wanted 15 PERMANENT SALES POSITION Leading local company Is desirous of find ing a serious mlndeb man who will work 40 hours a week In return for high pay and company benefits If you have a car and are willing to be trained our way write us a short letter to Box E184 Care Mews 7 For Fuller Brush Service CALL 2735142 Lost Found Strayed LOST Electric motor cable winch Intersection of Prescott Roman Road near Myerslown Ph 8665708 GILBERTS AUCTION ROOM 143 N Sth St Lebanon Pa TONIGHT At P M Use Our 2 Free Parking Lots We buy for cash or sell on commission Antiques House hold items and Appliances etc Phone 2721801 Paul K Gilbert Auctioneer Male and Female Help Wanted 14 EXPERIENCED shoe workers for all de partments full or part evening work Apply Lebanon Shoe Co Inc 1505 Sane Hill Road am to 5 pm or Tues Wed and Thursday evening t pm to 8 pm MARKS PERSONNEL 10 N 7TH ST LEBANON PA Personnel Local ippen Office Manager Full Charge SHlgh Office Credit Work not 1A S4200 redlt Rep needs car will train 31000 ookkeeper needs good exp S3900 ales retail ales ales advertising JHIgh surance guaranteed sal outemen Trainee 8 Foreman to S4420 ry Cleaner will train start 4135 ombustion Engineer hemist 4 or 5 years experience Masters Degree Open he mist Coll hemlsl no degree SOpen leld Representative Open Mechanic good exp rlnter Nile shift will train SI60 NO CHARGE UNLESS PLACED Private Employment Agency SHOE WORKERS EXP OR INEXPERIENCED APPLY DURABLE SHOE CO 540 S CHERRY MYRTN COMPUTER OPERATOR Opportunity for high school graduate ai computer trainee with underwear manu faclurer Experience In data processing helpful not required Must be able I work alternating shifts Salary in llm with experience normal employe benefits Please send replies with educa tlon work experience salary require to BOX T29J NEWS LEESPORT MARKET AUCTION NOTICE Change In sale order for the next 5 weeks Starting Wed Oct 13 1965 all stocker feeder cattle will be sold in the evening at pm instead of in the afternoon Last evening sale being Nov 10 1965 After this date feeders will be sold with our regular sale of calves fat cattle and hogs Starting time of regular sale pm Jf in market for feeder steers or fat cattle see us at Lecsport Bring the family along The entire market is open with all types of concessions for the shoppers LEESPORT MARKET AUCTION LeRoy H John U Wclst Sale Managers HUSBAND andwife or family to work Fridays Saturday at Farmers Ma kel Call 9193710 Waitress or waiter for part time work Must be over 21 years of age Also kltche help Apply In person Fireside Resta1 rant 1800 E Cumb St PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD GOODS ANTIQUES AND OLD COINS On Saturday November 6th 1965 On the Premises in Marion Township Berks County on Old 422 Vi Mile East of Stouchsburg REAL ESTATE Consists of a 15Acre more or less limestone farm mestone dwelling 4 rooms and enclosed porch on first floor rooms and bath on second floor cemented basement electric water heater Butcher house Nice lawn with shade and fruit rees Never failing well New 3car garage 1story barn Chicken houses Pig sty Implement shed and other buildings his is a very nice small farm all in very good repair For inspection call on premises any time Real Estate will offered at PM FARM IMPLEMENTS Case 300 tractor with cultivator 2bottom Oliver 3point trip 1horse wagon with iron wheels New Idea spreader on teel 3point disc harrow McCormickbeering corn binder Mc Cormick tedder John Deere 3point 4bar rake Ontario drill 5ton David Bradley rubber tire wagon with bed and corn sides cultipacker Smoker grain and bale elevator Me No 45 baler MasseyFerguson 3point 7ft mower usedfor 25 acres wooden land roller manuresled disc corn hiller McDeering Bft horse drawn mower old hay ladders horse pleasure sleigh nice shape circular saw straw bench fohn Deere corn sheller with motor grindstone with motor bag wagon Myers 3point sprayer like new 4 rolls new fence wire extension ladders All Implements in Extra Good Shape Ingersol air compressor like new paint spraying outfit never used block and tackle belts canvas harness single double and riple trees chains ropes digging iron scrap iron new and used umber lot bags grass seeder scalding trough range shelter ot used pipe a few tons straw power mower hand mower electric hedge trimmer blow torch electric fence charger 1 HP electric motor large vise electric grinder work bench tap and die set from W to butcher tools lot carpenter tools and other tools axes saw ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS Ladys side saddle 100 years old good shape 2 flour chests rope bed 3 blanket chests large copper kettle milk cupboard old doll cradle butcher spoons cast iron bank large iron kettles Jewei stove oil heater German Bible old readers 1860 and other old books horse blanket homespun 3 bushel bags buggy robe a few old pocket watches quilt frame carnival dishes and other old dishes old woolen quilt wooden tubs hot plate 2 Othello titchen ranges chest of drawers bedroom suite large estate icatrola 12 gauge shotgun clothes trees new Coleman gas lantern electric fan heating pad baskets electric shaver crocks and jars milk can dishes OLD COINS Four gold pieces One 1 gold piece two 2 gold pieces and one 1 gold piece 30 Indianhead pennies including 10 white Indianhead dates including 1864 1869 and 1871 30 Vnickcls 4 shield nickels 2 large copper pennies one 2ccnt piece three 3cent pieces one half dime one silver dollar to Be Sold Immediately Following Real Estate SALE STARTS AT AM SHARP TOOLS FIRST Terms by Harry C and Dtbra Noll Henry JStetner Attorney A W Copeniuver Auctioneer Hoover FtrcitiM Clerks REFRESHMENTS BY MARION GRANGE DISHWASHER MUST APPLY IN PERSON PUSHNIKS INC 1350 CUMB ST ROTATING shift t want part time lob Boys over 16 needed Apply Trtangla Car Wash Quenlln 8 Cornwall Rds Stock clerks wanted for full time work n grocery markel Will train no experi ence necessary Steady work Write PO lox 27 Palmyra Pa EXPERIENCED SHORT ORDER COOK APPLY IN PERSON PUSHNIKS INC 1350 CUMB ST NIGHT dishwasher Irom 11 p m to 7 a m Apply In person Furmani Diner Rl in Myerstown NEAT appearing man to collect 8 sell on established local route Salary com lob Writs Box N346 News DISHWASHER 3 TO 11 P M SHIFT APPLY IN PERSON PEGS DINER RT 22 NO PHONE CALLS NOTICE TO JOB APPLICANTS The Lebanon Dally News does no nowtngly accept HelpWanted from mployers covered by the Fair Labor andards Act which applies to employ eat In Interstate commerce If they ol r less than the legal minimum wage o 75 an hour or to pay time and nehalf fc hours over 40 week Con el the U S Labor Departments loca flee for Information The address U S Department of Labor WageHour Public Contracts Divisions 712 Black Building 112 Market Street Harris urs Pennsylvania 17101 Phone 7874539 ale and Femile Help Wanted 14 PLANT MANAGER ME W EE tHDM INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS H4M up JR ENGR HA O MECHANICAL ENGRl up CHEMIST up TIME STUOYWMfl DRAFTSMEN up ELECTRONIC up FEE NEGOTIABLE For more confidential delallt on the above current llstingi call Scotty Smith collect at Spelling Snelling Employment Agency 3 Central Plaza Lancaster Pa 3947186 Positions In Various Depts Will Train Apply Park Silk Co 235 N Sth St An Equal Opportunity Employer CONTRACTORS WANTED on Ladies SemiTailored Cotton blouses year round work Writf oil detail to Realiervki Advertising Agency 110 West 34th St NYC SALESMAN TO SELL NEW USED CARS MUST BE AMBITIOUS WE WILL TRAIN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY WRITE BOX K244 CARE NEWS MEN for steady tree trimming land scape work after 7 PM Call Harrlsburs 5457221 PLUMBER wanted experienced In plumb Ins and heating Excellent working conditions Apply Nick Marlanl 300 W Wafer St Annvllle Pa EXPERIENCED bartender for part time Thurs Fri Sat Apply In person Palmer House 231 N 8th St EXPERIENCED grill man 490 per week Apply In person Furmans Diner Rt 427 Myerstown or phone SSStOOO EXPERIENCED PAINTERS TOP WAGES PAID APPLY IN PERSON ONLY MERLIN P ADAMS PAINT ING CONTRACTOR 1732 THOMPSON AVE LEBANON MECHANIC experienced on all types of single needle Merrow automatic button sew buttonhole machines Apply Pur ling Mills Inc Douglas Moss Stj Reading Pa Phone 3756434 NEED EXTRA A WEEK Over 18 car Arrange Interview Ph Lancaster 3922445 or 3938807 WANTED man for truck driving 8 ware house Steady work paid holidays j vacalion Must be over IB References Write Box IO96 News EXPERIENCED TVappliance salesman All benefits high salary Apply In person Bob Hoch Service Center 3rd Willow Sts EXPERIENCED man for broiler opera tion full time work excellent wages home available References Writs Box P306 News to learn automotive spare parts business car No experience required Writs Box A14 Care Lebanon Dally News AUTO GAR CARE COMMANDER We someone Interested In cars To take charge of New Used Car Cleanup Plus other related Interesting duties Good pay S good chance for advanme ment Apply to BINGAMAN FORD RT 422 E OF MYERSTOWN Male Help Wanted 15 i MEN AND WOMEN WANTED 2nd Shift PM to 12 Midnight 3rd Shift 12 Midnight to 7 AM No experience necessary Permanent Employment Air Conditioned Plant 6 Paid Holidays Vacalion Pay Hospitalization Insurance Profit Sharing Other Fringe Benefits Apply In Person Caron Spinning Co Pa Experienced TV and Radio Service Man Write Box F136 News Experienced TRUCK MECHANIC Call Frystown 9334512 FARM MANAGER Excellent opportunity to be In on the ground floor for propoied dairy farm Installation Man to manage 200 dairy head farm operation t to supervise coordinate of entire form cperation In all foceti of farm management Salaryenumeration Jl0000 per year plus housing depending upon evpefience education Also includes other tremendous fringe benefits such as profit sharing pen lien Insurance etc riiaje submit resume outlining n pcrietKC education etc Box W294
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