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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Rains Hit Fla Close High School Roads UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL f Heavy rains which pave sonic Florida cities records for IMP month of October today but left several highways underwater and forced liio closing of a high school at Hoca Raton Tusty winds whipped across norlhoast section of the nation again today and fog Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 ttv cloaked much of Ihe Pacific coastline A droary Minch rainfall at Forl Lauderdalo Fla Sunday pyshcd the citys October total to a record A2 inches ihe heaviest rainfall for any month n sonic years Fort Laudordale has received less llian 42 inches of rain in an entire year The bureau siid that although the rains wore casing up to five more inches could fall by tonight jGalp winds swept the eastern Great Lakes Sunday wilh gusts Up to 70 miles an hour recorded Sunday night at Syracuse NY and 63 mph al Buffalo NY Lip lit snow showers fell al higher elevations i Aivoslijnated 150 automobiles collided on fogshrouded los Angeles area freeways Sunday demolishing cars and injur ing 28 persons Sacramento Calif lied a record for so laic in the year when the tempera ture climbed lo 84 degrees Sunday and Winnemucca Nov sat a similar mark whon the mercury hi I75 degrees aftor an early morn ing low in the lower 20s LATEST Til ANSIOKTATION Water two foci deep in some sections of Pompano Heach Fla forced people li ravel by boat Sunday The Weather Bureau said Fort laiiderdale area expected today UPlDaily NEWS Facsimile 14 inches of rain fell in the Sunday and more rain was Inspection Station Operators To Be Briefed Three briefings on motor ve hicle inspections will be held in Lebanon Counly for briefings be held Tuesday at Ihe R and 1 Motor Co Twen tieth and Cumberland Streets jpor cent during and on Wednesday at of 1905 iarage 811 Alain St Pal myra aliout this year since the sales iTKACHISll IIONOIIKI of motorcycles increased 50fi the first six Damage Totals In Crash At 7thr Lehman No one was injured in a two car accident which occurred at pm Sunday at Seventh and Lehman Streets The drivers were identified on the report of Patrolman Warren C Frey as Harvey Klahr 49 Lebanon KD 2 and Thomas K Hcagy28 746 Hill St Klahr lold police he was raveling west on Lehman Street and started to make a right turn to go north onSeventh Street when a pedestrian began to cross Seventh Street Klahr said he applied his brakes and in doing so his car was struck in the left rear by the Heagy car Damage to both automobiles totalled approximately with 45 listed to Klahrs car and 135 to Heagys According to Lloyd Howe State Safely Committee of Leb anon Counly The briefings will begin this evening at the Miller Mo Lcbailoh Cmmt operators and cmp oyes of of Committee for Inspec Slalions an explanation of the inspection of motorcycles will be conducted Howe explained that the ad lition of motor cvdcs to the in roopcr Clyde Sorver ofthe Miss Carole 1 Wagner ilauglv jler of Mr and Airs Clinton 1 Wagner N Railroad St My Statc Police Barracks at Jones town will be on hand to along with an official of the De partment of Highway Safely tor Co Myorslown RD 1 Otherspcclion requirements came A technical film on the opera lion of the new disc brake sys tem used in some 1965 and auto models will also be pre erstown was named teacher of day last week at William Penn Senior High School Har ris burg A teacher of Spanish sented and German she was presented with an orchid in addition to the title by Ihc administrators of the llarrisburg Citv School District Two Autos Damaged In Crash At 8th Guilford Two automobiles were dam aged in an accident at am Sunday at Eighth and Guilford Streets The drivers according to the report of Patrolman Charles E Forinash were Heribcrlo Tor res Temperance Salma Calif and Charles R Miller N Tenth St I Police said the cars collided las Torres going east on Guil ford Street pulled out onto Eighth Street in front of the Miller automobile travclin south on Eighth Street Damage totaled approximate ly with listed id the Torres car ami lo Millers Torres was charged with fail ing to yield the right of way Offer New Reserve Plan Last Six Army Reserve Divisions Tabbed To Be i DroppedMay Be Saved WASHINGTON last six Army Reserve divisions tabbed by Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara for be saved after all It was Ibarnecl today that Army planners are lean ing toward aproposal that would preserve division structures and identities although the outfits would be smaller thanthey are now and their members would drill without pay Such a solution might satisfy congressional critics of McNa maras plans to streamline the Armys National Guard and Re serve forces although reservist groups still might object On Oct 22 the Senate Armed Services Committee adopted a resolution formally calling on McNamara to postpone the elimination of 751 Army Jie serve units until Congress can take a long look at Die plan nexl Centenary Church Ends Month Of Special Services The final service for Centen jary Methodist Churchs 12Sth anniversarymonth emphasized Asked what the Pentagon has Christian education D Fred Werlz president done in response lo this Senale action the Defense Department said the resolution is presently lof College in Williams under consideration Sources said orders to set in motion the elimination of the affected units have not gone out The six divisions account for about 500 oMhe 751 units which McNamara said on Sept 30 are not required would be phased out as soon as possi ble 55000 Affected Of Ihc 55000 reservists affect ed by McNamaras action at port preached the sermon the service Sunday morning and b r o u g ht greetings from 125 Methodist colleges universities and schools Speaking about the changing Dr Weriz stated that The new world about lo be demands new men He challenged the col leges and the church todevelop these new men and said three 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NoIron SPORTSWEAR SUITING 4r wide woven yum dycil colton in solid col ors checks plaids and stripes 99 yd 1 19 yd 298 Yd Woolens 177 yd 393 Yd Woolens 277 yd FABRICS Downstairs that time about 42flnn are ental sense of responsibility an rolled In lie six divisions and lionest respect for human per Iheir component elements The six are The liird Infantry Division of California the 77lh infantry Di vision of New York Hie 90lh Infantry Division of Texas the 33rd Infantry Division of Ohio sonalily and a slrong failh in God The Reverend Horace Ole wilcr minister of Centenary Church reviewed oilier phases of Ihc anniversary month and read a letter from the Rev and West Virginia the 102iid E Harkness pastor from 1925 Infantry Division of Missouri I to 1928 aiulIllinois and the 81stInfan try Division of GeorgiaNorth Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee Army officials said these divi sions average about 7000 men each Under McNamaras plan they would be obliterated officials said However under the proposal now being studied they would be converted into what are called reinforcement training units As such they would serve as a base for any general mobiliza altiiough McNamara and his top aides doubt the world will everagain see a war of the magnitude of World War quiring such a massive mobili zalion present Army I staff thinking all men with ob ligated Reserve service remain ing would be transferred out of these divisions and placed in some of the 97fi National Guard and Reserve units which are being formed into a firstline force of 150000 men Further Army officials say other reservists in the six divi sions will be encouraged to transfer over to the select force where they would train intensively continue to be paid for these drills and be subject to crisis mobilisation Wilh what is left the Army is j thinking of retaining what aniounls lo skeletons of these divisions manned bymen inter ested enough in remaining as reservists to drill without pay lake m i I i t a ry c or re sp o nderi ce coiirscs and othonyise keep ac live in v Such reservists flight be paid for summer trainingarid they definitely would continue to pile up credits toward retirement pay which they would collect after they turn fiO MANY TILE SHAPES NEW YORK UPI When considcrins ccramic tile for re ino d o 1 i kitchen couiilcrs dont be confused about Ihc iinaller of vcrsalilily Smooth closofittiiiK ceramic tile instal i lations can be achieved in even ihe most unhandy nooks and crannies In addition to flat tiles U S manufacturers produce many special shape Irim unils iWilh these you can turn cor ners round off edges and give a neat oasyloniaintain finish to any installation Special Services Special Sunday services dur ing the month includedaiv an niversary Communion service dedication of a new pulpit Bible in memory of Mr and Mrs Daniel Scoft burning of Ihe mortgage and dedication of the Christian Education Building by Bishop Fred P Corson of the Philadelphia Area emphasis on missions with recognition of Miss Maud Parsons missionary to Japan and a sermon by Bishop Newell S Booth former bishop to Africa A program for spirlliis re newal and commitments was also conducted d u r i n g he month A family fellowship diiiner with former minister the Fev Hippel as special supper conferenceof the c h u r c h school workers wih IhcRev Charles Phillips executive sec rotary of the Board of liduca lion of the Philadelphia Con ferenee as leader filled out the program history of the church was printed and distributed lo all members and friends During the entire month old photographs and other memorabilia vere on display The anniversary planning committee comprised Edwin U Sowers 2nd chairman Robert Womer Earl Forriwalt Geoff rey Sowers Mr Oiewiler Wil liam Mrs LeroyDon oiigh Mrs Emma Handicoft Raymond Frey Mrs Elizabeth Hain Miss Frances Scott Mrs Charles and Mrs Er nest S mil Two Cars Involved In Collision On Ninth St Robert R Haldcman 19 Qtienlin was charged with fail ing to grant Ihc right of way to another vehicle following an ac cident at 214 N Ninth St at 6 pm Siinday Patrolman Bernard Reillysaid Haldemnn was pulling away from a parking place when his car collided wilh a car driven by Solomon M Schneck 74 819 E Lehman St Schneck was traveling north on North Ninth Slrcel Damageto Haldemans car was estimated at 580 and lo Schnccks about 125 Downtown Lebanons Big Department Store POMEROY DAYS SPECIAL ALL THIS WEEK Half Soles Half idles for men women and children Genuine eak leather or diiroblf compoii tion Save now 1 89 Pr LadiesToe Pieces Larffes pieces Genuine leather toe plrces To save your ot thii price 79 Pr Rubber Heels For Men Women Children Rubbe hctli for men end children Freih ipringy Poittr included Heel Lifts lifts for liomeni uncll C u b n lizct only or 491 SMOFS WORTH WEARING ARE WORTH REPAIRING   

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