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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                32 Lebanon Dally News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1965 Notes From A Newsmans Notebook Ted Cress By TED GKESS One of the highlights of my busy existence is attending the State Department briefings held each Spring and Fall in Washington Here you listen to the top men in government discuss American ioreipn policy and you get a chance to fire questions at them The sessions are conducted on a backgroundonly basis and the statements made are not for attribution to either the individual or the department he represents This is fine and presents no problem except that the briefings held last week uncovered some interest ing and littleknown information about the Secretary of State And since I had a hand in the situation I feel that Dean Rusk wont mind if 1 reveal it to the readers of the Lebanon Daily News There were nearly GOO news media representatives in the spacious auditorium when the twoday confer ence got under way with a talk by Rusk This to me has always been the top spot in the program for the Secre tary has been one of my favorite people since 1 first heard him back m 1961 He is a gifted speaker not in the sense of being a great orator but in being able to present his facts clearly and con cisely He vises no notes yet his talks are better organized than those of many speakers who read their presentations In last weeks briefing Rusk moved swiftly through the world situation as it relates to the United States graphically reviewing the many problems which confront this nation Then he touched on demonstrations againstthe US policy regarding Viet Nam He acknowledged that weve got to have debate but be as responsible as possible stressed it should Then he casually remarked that I guess it annoys these young people who are demon strating hat an old guv like me once demon strated After that he quickly changed the subject Came the question and answer period and hands shot up all over the hall for the Secretary of State is the favorite target of inquiring newsmen I frantically waved my hand and finally caught Jiis eye He nodded in my direction and I stood up Mr Secretary I said my curiosity prompts me to ask what did you demonstrate against in your youth He smiled and quickly replied scrap iron to Japan And Just as quickly turned to the next question This left me Unsatisfied I decided I would pur sue the matter further at the reception held at the end of the first days briefings in the beautiful John Hancock room on the top floor of the State Depart ment Building Top government officials particularly those who take part in the twoday program generally attend the reception I watched for Rusk to arrive and hustled over before he was hemmed in by the usual crowd which gathers around him I shook hands and identified myself as the person who asked the question about the demonstration I told him Id like a little more information about it Oh lets forget about it he said I think Ive said more than enough already pen Well Mr Rusk I pressed where did it hap was out in California before World War Two he answered T was a law student Where did the demonstration actually take place I asked Along the docks he said and then turned to answer a question from another newsman for by this time he was completely surrounded Husk as I said is a great favorite with the press because of his ability to give forthright answers He admitted during his formal presentation in the morning this isnt always easy The press he said certainly is up to date Most of the reporters dviring a press conference ask me to be a prophet this I cannot be He does however bring into focus complicated thing called US foreign policy Local Photographer Gets 4 Top Awards William E Btiser manager of Harpels Studio captured top awards for four direct color por traits it was announced at the fall meeting of the Penn Cen tral Photographers Association held Sunday at York The portraits submitted by Buser received blue ribbons and additional swards The Presidents trophy for the best direct color print of the show was awarded for his portrait of a child Megan Ann Parr He also received the Gold Seal award for the highest scor ing direct color print in the mens category which Was a print of Brother E Andrew principal of Trinity High School at Shiremanstown Pa the Gold Seal award In the womens category for his portrait of Sis ter James Order of the Sisters of Charily and a mem her of the faculty of Trinil High School and the Gold Sea award in the family group cate gory for a portrait of the child ren of a local family 325 Tour New Sewage Treatment Plant MYERSTOWN Nov 1 Ap proxlmately 325 townspeople In spected the neWMyerstown sew age treatment plant during an open house program Saturda night The program was arranged and in charge of Gilbert Asso ciates Reading engineering firm that designed and constructec the towns recently complelec sanitary sewerage system o which the treatment plant is a part The open house program was termed a successful affair by borough officials and member of the sewer authority who were present PWPA Members Share Ideas At Workshop Here Members of the Pennsylvania iVomens Press Association met Saturday at the a lively exchange of ideas ontop es relating to their profession The Lebanon News Publishing Company was host for the lunch sonworkshop session There Vpre 22 members and guests in attendance W fffff Miss Joyce A Dissingcr Leba non Daily News womens editor vis he meeting chairman She nlroduced two special guests Mrs Adam S Wilder secretary f the Lebanon News Publishing Company and Miss Anne Homey mblic information officer at1 In liantown Gap Military Rescrva ion Following lunch Miss Dissing er introduced Jack Schropn vice president and general manager of the Daily News who discussed he need for belter comrmmica ion among the various depart ments of a newspaper firm and between the newspaper and the On the latter point Schrnpp said that newspapers have done a poor jol of communicat ing to the public the tnieiwan lnj of the phrase of the pciss lie said thnt loo many people think tills menus the newspapers selfproclaim ed right to pry into their lives He said that newspapers must find belter wnys of making people aware of the vital im portance of a free press to the preservation of their demo cratic way of life Another highlight of the meet ng was an illustrated talk on Nam given by Ted Gress executive news editor of the Daily News Gross showed colored slides aken during his visit to Viet Nam in In addition to dis cussing the military aspects of ho situation in Viet Nmn he ilso shovm many scenes of the PRESS WOMEN MEET Members of the Pennsjlvania Woment social ion examine each others newspapers and compare notes during a PWPA workshop session Saturday afternoon at the Treadway Inn Seated from are Kathy Finegan Levittown TimesBristol Daily Courier Dorothy Drake Montgomery Publishing Company a PWPA district director and Ethelyn Young Valley Daily News Tarentum Pa Standing are Miss Joyce A Dis singer Lebanon Daily News who was meeting chairman and Jack Schropp Daily News vice president and general manager who addressed the sessimi pcnplu and their nixie of life The workshop session follow wltli a discussion of vari ous topics relating In the news paper field There was a dis play of newspapers represented by the members present These Included women from the Southwest Southeast and South Central of he state Stale officers present were Madeline Malhias Shamokin association treasurer itirianv Stephens Bloomsburg Tcss secretary and MrsDoro hyDrake Montgomery Publish ng Company Fort Washington southeast director NJURES FINGER Stephen Damore 16 436 Jhestnut Ave Herslicy was reated Sunday afternoon at the lershey Hospital for an injury o his left small finger which was received while playing foot ball MY ANSWER Addresses Teachers Conference What did Christ mean when He said He was the Son of Man Jn find T F view of the fact that we this phrase used over eighty times in the Gospel rec ords it must be of unusual sig nificance There were probably many reasons why Christ so designated Himself He was truly God bul He was also truly man and He came to identify Himself with mankind and their needs Also while it was true that He was the promised Son of David He wished to make clear that He had come to save men of every nUon and race In using the name Son of HQ there by declared the universality of His offer of salvation that He came to redeem all who will accept Him as Savion It is im possible for the finite mind to grasp all the implications ofthe incarnation God coming into the world in human form but it is a glorious fact and in this act of Gods love qnd mercy salvation is free to all who will accept it today before the 3500 educators entral education conference Educators from Lebanon City 3auphiir and Perry Counties leard Henscls address at the opening session of the twoday conference at the Zembo VIosque Harrisburg By virtue of the city teachers attendance at the conference the students of the Lebanon schools are enr oying a twoday holiday from Today we are engaged In a otal war economically politic ally rnilitaristicaUy sociologic ally and psychologically Hen sel stated The objective of communism s total mastery of the world or the United States ofAmcri ca total freedomof the indi vidual The best and only good weapon is education For the goals of education must yield he following results 1 Guaranteed freedom of he individual1 ExperlViess in cqnccpt Cornwall Hold First In Series Of Revival Services CORNWALL Nov 1 The first in a series of two weeks of revival services which will be held nightly began last eve ung in the Rexmont Evangeli cal Congregational Church The Rev B E Hess pastor spoke on Pentecost Music was provided by Charles Dod son on the trombone accom panied by Mrs Ray Dishong pianist Beginning tonight the Rev W R Weaver pastor of the Lin glcstown Church of God w i 11 speak each night this week Special music will also be fea tured Robert Ober class leadnr Is in charge of the committee making the arrangements Methodist Home Reformation service was held Sunday afternoon in the Lev Zerr Chapel of the Metho dist Home wilh the Rev Har old MacMurray chaplain speaking on Revitalizing The Reformation A choir made up of guests of the home sang under the dircc lion of Clarence Miller The Kev Richard B Wells was or ganist In the evening a hymn sing was conductrd using songs chosen by wives of ministers who are guests at the home The Rev Mr MacMurray gave the background on the founding of each song Junior CE Meets The Junior Christian Endeav or Society of the Rexmont Ev a n g e 1 i c a 1 congrega tional Church met Sunday with nine members morning present The Scriptures were read re sponsively and prayer was of fered by Cherie Dodson A film strip TheBoy Sam uel was shown byMrs Harry Scchrist who also led a sion period Susan Scchrist gave the benediction Teen CES Meets The Teen Christian Endeavor Society of the Rexmont Evan IfelJcal Congregational Church met Sunday evening with 10 members present Carole Dodson read the Scrip ures with the group offering sentence A film strip ForvFun or For Ihrist was shownby Mrs rlarry Sechrist counselor Dis cussion was led by Mrs Se christ on the film Shirley Se christ was pianist Hold Halloween Party Members of the Teen Chris tian Endeavor Society of the Rexmont Evangelical Congre gational Church were guests at a Halloween parly Saturday nishl at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Sechrist Jr Scliaef fcrstown Road Prizes were awarded to the following Dennis Heagy Carole Dodson Jeffrey Conrad and Linda Conrad The door prize was given to Jeff Conrad and Suzanne Doll Others attending were Shirley Sechrist Patty Hoke Barbara Ebright Susan Sechrist and Mr and Mrs Harry Sechrist Cornwall Methodist The Rev Harold Basehore pastor of the Cornwall Metho dist Church announced that a total of was received at a special offering for the church es of the New Orleans area that were destroyed in Hurricane Bplsy The Rev C Edwin Franke teacher of the Young Disciples Bible Class of the S u n d a j School presented 20 Bibles for use in the class in memory of his wife Mrs Ada Franke Elect Officers The Methodist Youth Fellow ship met Sunday evening in he church and held election of of ficers Mark Clayton was elect ed president Others elected were Gar y Basehore vice president Wil lian Beard Tom Bordlemay treasurer B e t s y Ropflsch John Bordlemay and James Biirkholdcrprogram in structors A Local Firm Official Says Education Best Weapon Against Reds The more each citizen knows about world prob lems the greater will be the desire to bring about a peaceful environment for all mankind Paul E Hensel Vice president of the CleaverBrooks Company said at the 8th annual ual skills hunian icchnical skills of skills and the individ an allautomated econ Motivation and desire How We Got Our ual for omy 3 of private ownership of proper ty 4 Belief in the profit mo live of industry Belief in the ment as a proteclorof the free competitive enterprise not a provider Preservation and the perpetuation of freedom for the world Right to free election by secret ballot 8 Maintaining a free sress at all cost Introduced By Nichols Hensel was introduced to the educators by Robert Al Nichols 3rd secretarybusiness manag of the Lebanon School Dis trict Presiding at the opening gene ral session was Norman A Hemperly superintendent of the Lebanon Schools Hemperly and Nichols served as chairman and sec retary respectively of the executive committee that fanned this years conference program The session this morning in cluded an organ recital by W Purneil Payne of the Millon Hershey School faculty The invocation was given by Rev E H Christiansen pastor of JheMoravian Church Leb anon Greetings were extended by Dr G C Parker superin tendent of the Harrisburg City Schools Conference Participants Area educators serving as chairmen speakers pan members and recorders at the various sectional meetings dur ing the conference are as fol From the Lebanon schools faculty Mrs Julia Brock way Mrs Stuart Goodman Frederick CHornberger Mist Patricia Thomas B Folti Donald IjMisberry Luth er Stone Mrs Mary Lewin Frederick KOOM Harold Line aweaver and Charles Wagner Lebanon Valley College Dr Paul W Hess O Pass Bolling er John R Morris 2nd M r s June Herr and Dr Cloyd Eber Bible was shown by the Rev Harold Basehore Fifteen mem beri present Derry Township Schools Eii gene Herr Lloyd Swope Wil llam Shirk Myron Miller Eth y Paul E Hensel Ann Stohleri Miss Ruth Patton Mi s Bcujali Malt iarfd Mis Ann Sue and Miss LillianiRideriour Milton Hcishcy Schools Russell C Klmgei Annie Roy er Raymond v A Orlowski Robert L Stambaugh James Herr Rodney McLauglilin Wil Ham Hoover Samuel Blachly Lloyd M Morgan Lynette Wai ler and Wallace Conway Secretaries Meet Mrs Mary E SmithJllecre tary to Hemperly was chair man of sectional meeting fo educational secretaries this aftcraoon A second sectional meeting for educational secretaries will be held tomorrow after noon and will be conducted by Mrs Shirley H Flick secre tary in the Lebanon School Districts administrative of fice Nichols will serve as speaker at this session and his topic will he Knowing Your School District The conference will be con eluded tomorrow afternoon with an address by Dr Ethel Alpen fels professor of anthropology New York University She wil speak on the subject From Adam to Atom Co Democratic Women Meet Local Candidates The members of theLebanon County De m o c r a t ie Women Association met the Democratic candidates during a social Sun day night at the Young Demo crats Club The major city and count candidates made brief remark before the 273 persons present Also introduced were candidate for and borough oi fices v v Mrs1 Florence Stager wa chairhian of ithe affair Mrs Dorothy Heffelfinger was th niistresg of ceremonies n Guests from the Cpmbinec Political Action Committee wer Frank Gabriel Nathan Groskj and Donald1 Fies Theclub wa decorated for Halloween by Mrs Sara Ann Snyder secretary b theYoung Democrats Club The group played John F Kennedy Memorial records Door prizes were presented t MrsSara Snyder IrwinS Hu her and Samuel B Dibich Hostesses for the evenini were Mrs Helen Klelser Mri GaJe Fies Mri HenrietU Bail Portcott Sunny Cool November Enters Strong Winds Damage Reported In November came into the Lebanon County areatr day on strong wind gusts that contained a trace of snow The new month replaced one that was chilly in spots but generally in keeping with the season of the year when is on the pumpkin Farmers and property own ers in general were happy about he amount of rainfall during he month of October It was ninetenths of ah inch in excess of the normal 307 inches for he month Report WindDamage Sundays wind that whistled a chant of welcome to Novem er around roof eaves was also strong enough to cause damage Al least one large tree was repotted felled by the winds This report concerned a tree at the residence of Ralph Lay ser North Race Street Rich land RIchland Police Chief Donald Foreman said It fell about pm Foreman also reported that he tree tore several telephone ines and disrupted service for a number of subscribers inthat area of the community The tree was removed by Wil ard Noll borough supervisor The Bet lie and Mt Aetna Tele phone Company was called to nake repairs to the damaged incs The trace of snow that fell during the night was quite in lonfrast to Sundays high tem perature of 70 The sun was hot during the day and conducive to outofdoors pursuits Saturdays high was 59 Sets Record v Sundays high of 70 set a new for Lebanon Daily News weather annals The highest pre viously recorded for Oct 31 was 69 degrees in 1953 Todays forecast call for clear and cool weather Lows to night will range between 34 and 42 Tuesday will be mostly sunn and seasonably cool with the high 5i to 64 the weatherman pre dicts This should help swell the number of voters casting ballots in Tuesdays election Below Normal The five day forecast for East m Pennsylvania Tuesday through Saturday calls fur below notmal with day time highs avei aging from the mid 40s north to the mid 50s southem and coastal sections Overnight lows will range from the low to the low 40s It will be colder at the beginning of the period followed by a warming trend during the mid period turning colder again a the end of the period Little or no precipitation Is an ticipated during the five day period Temperature averages were on the lowside during Octo ber principally as the result of a cold snap the beginning of the month Between Oct 2 and 7 the low averages to taled fit degrees below nor mail On the high temperature side the months average was 81 compared to the normal of S5 On he low temperature side the average as estab lished during the month was 39 compared to the normal average of 453 degrees Rain was recorded on 10 of the month with a trace of snow Sunday arid also ta s t Thursday Rained On IB Days The days it rained and amounts recorded in i n c h e were 1st 44 2nd 113 7th 61 8th 01 10th 10 12th 48 16th 01 22nd 01 23rd 13 24th 05 The high temperature month 77 degrees was record d Oct 15 The low 21 degrees was registered Saturday The normal average maxi mum temperature for Novem jer is 521 degrees and the nor mal average minimum temper ature is 359 degrees Thenor mal precipitation for the month s 273 inches Statistics for the 24hour pe riod ending at 8 am today are High Hearing Today On Penn Stale Plan For Olmsted HARRISBURG UP1 The Council of Education holds a public hearing today on Pennsylvania Stale University plan to move intoOlmsted Air Force Base in hopes of putting the proposal in position for f i rial Commonwealth action Nov 10 The council is to confer pri yatelywith college and univer sity officials sfrom across the stale and then open its door to heartestimony from busi nesslabor civic and other in terested groups Penn Slate with support from Gov AVilliam W ha proposed takingover the north complexv of the big installation which is to be phased out by the federal government by J9fi9 The slate is seeking the soull complex for a commercial jet port The university seeks to offer junior and senior year college graduate and associate degre work in a Commonwealth cam puson a 211acre tract When originally presented to the October meeting of the Stale Board of Education council pa rent it was held up for lack of studyv and date The council subsequently held a closed hear The to vote final on the Nov 10 70 33 Ave Temp 3 above normal 52 Temperature 8 am today 44 Sunset tonight Sunrise Tuesday High Nov 1 1964 Low Nov 1 1964 pm am 60 30 17 Directors Are Elected By Local C Of C Seventeen area business and industrial leaders became direc tors of the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce by ac clamation today Election by acclomatlon about after no additionalnomin ations were proposed by the Chamber membership b e f o re nominations closed Saturday Chamber president H Ray mond Stadicm certified the bat lot today which officially elect ed the nominees The new board will meet with members of the retiring board Nov 15 to select a president first vicepresident treasurer and secretary for the 1966 term Directors Named Directors are Anthony Kutchever Pome roys Jack Sherman Lebanon Tool Elvin C Spitler Lebanon Valley National Bank T Hiram Swope Bethel and Mt Aetna Telephone Ellsworth C Trout man Webber Chevrolet and Earnest D Williams Millard Lime and Stone all elected for threeyear terms Harold G Beckley Farm ers Trust C Maurice Erd man insurance agent C Vin cent Henry 3rd attorney George D KHck KlickLewis Motors J William Lamb rcaux Sears Roebuck and Henry M Uhler UGI elected for two years J William Erb reaHpr Sam uel Brubaker contractor Law rence A Eiben Buell Engineer ing J Gordon Reber MetEd and Robert L Riley Bethlehem Steel elected for one yfear Retiring From Board Retiring from the board are Donald S Harpel of Harpels and Donald S Shepherd Wih throp Laboratories During the reorganization meeting three divisional vice presidents will be named by the president with confirmation rf the board Nine appointed di rectors will be named eyy Mrs Dene Miller Mrs Anne Snyder Mrs Catherine Shaak Mrs Stager Mrs Rose Cramer and Heffelfinger Muiic for dancing wai provid ed by Rocktti Local Navy Man Gets Assignment On Guam PO David WMills 25 son of Mrs John Mills 639Walnut St will leave Tuesday with his famiy for California for reas signment to Guam A veteran of eight years in the Navy Mills had been on duty aboard the USS Jose Valdez off the coast of South Africa before receiving his assignment to Guam He had been home on a 30day leave He is married to the former Lois Plasterer of Quentin and they are the parents of a son David 2 Mrs Mills and herson will stay with a sister in Cali fornia Mrs Elaine Longeneck er formery of Quentin until quarters are arranged for them on Guam Mills enlisted in the Navy in 1957 shortly after graduating from Cornwall High School Susquehanna U Grid Coaching Staff Resigns SELINSGROVE Pa Head coach James WBarrett and the entire football coach ing staff at Susquehanna Uni versity resigned todayinthe wake of the teams seventh straight loss of the wason In making the announcement Susquehanna President Gudtave W Weber said Garrett and his staff were taking the step for the good of the The resignationi wert tive immediately   

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