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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1968, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Riin Dite Announced For Rexmont Parade CORNWALL Oct 25 James IfcMim chairman of tht Hal toween Parade for the Cornwall announced that in the case rain tonight the parade would be held next Friday eve Bins The parade scheduled for Jonight in Rexmont will be held If at all possible according to McMinn Prizes and re freshments for paraders will be provided by the Rexmont Fire Company and organizations anc business concerns in the Corn wall area The parade will move from the fire hall at led by the Cedar Crest High Schoo Band Dignitaries of the fin company and Borough official will also take part Crowd Exceeding Views Halloween Parade HERSHEY FIRE DRILL HERSHEY Oct 25 A fire drill was held Wednesday at th Hershey Junior High School anc intermediate Buildings Mor Jtoafl pupils including th Vocational Shops were emptiet from the building in two minute beginning at oclock igtt Lebanon My Newt Uhtnoa FfidtY Octofor Hershey Womelsdorf VFW Admits Five Womtfflforf Main Sewerage Lines New Members Completed In Borough HERSHEY Oct 25 Despite he threatening weather 218 registered individuals or groups participated in the Halloween arade held in Hershey Thurs day evening sponsored by the ers Association Parent Teach ers Association This was dou ble the number registered in last years parade This is the first time the pa rade was open to anyone who wished to enter thus bringing many more spectators into the community More than spectators lined the parade route which started at the school plaza moved north on Ceylon Ave nue to Chocolate Avenue west on Chocolate Avenue to Ridge Avenue south on Ridge Ave nue to Elm Avenue east on Elm Avenue to Cocoa Avenue north on Elm Avenue to the school plaza and disbanded Many colorful groups par ticipated and adding spookiness to the parade was the lightening and thunder Many winners were chosen and the prizes will be mailed to all winners Winners in the various cate gories are Category 1 pre school through third grade Mark Morris 144 E Chocolate Avenue first place Jan Spang ler 1510 East Chocolate Avenue second Jody Wanamaker 349 West Chocolate Mike McLaughlin 926 Airport Road fourth all of Hershey Danny Stein Hummelstown RD 1 fifth Holly Sheppard 415 East Derry Road sixth Jimmy ODonnell Trinidad Apartments seventh Julie Villa 519 Glen Road eighth William Good man ninth Bobby Goodman tenth both from 446 Chestnut Street Melanie Brown 1034 E Chocolate eleventh Helen Ritter Trinidad twelfth Everybody Welcome SPAGHETTI SUPPER SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 to and to 7 CEDAR CREST CAFETERIA E Evergreen Road Lebanon Pa Proceeds go to the Cedar Crest High School j Booster Clubs Scholarship Fund Donation Adults 1 Students Take Out Orders Bring Your Own Container Ladies We Need Your HELP If you are willing to bake something for our bake sale please bring it to the Cedar Crest cafeteria early We will open at 10 Your help will be appreciated Proceeds from the Bake Sale go to The Larry Deck Memorial Fund EVERYBODY WELCOME This public announcement sponsored by the following firms Dixie DriveIn 1705 E Cumberland St Pa Phone 2727301 Edris Garage AAA Service Phone 8679181 Sears Roebuck and Co Lebanon Plaza Shopping Center Lebanon Pa The Real Estate Men With A Heart Royl Hartman Real Estate 2738581 724 Chestnut Lebanon Pa 9 to Cieona Colonial Autos Inc foeterf Authorized flAT Dtaltr 501 E Penn Ave Cieona 2737191 For Good Food Enjoyment Eat Well Diner 1539 E Cumberland St of Minersvillage Store Luke S Hosteller Petroleum Prorfucfj Phone 2724792 Umbergers Feed Mill Fontana Pa Ph 8678221 Starners Grocery Groceries and fresh Eggs First National Bank MAIN OFFICE 760 CUMBERLAND ST NORTH SIDE OFFICE 7TH LEHMAN STS CORNWALL OFFICE Borough Hall Cornwall SOUTH51DE OFFICE 137 QUENTIN RD STATE DRIVE OFFICE STATE DRIVE BERBEC AVE Motors 20th Cumberland Sts Lebanon Pa Keller Bros Ford Dealer Buffalo Springs Lebanon Phone 9496501 Midway Tavern 2014 Cornwall Rd Lebanon Pa Bob Hoch Service Center 2 Stores to Serve You Lebanon 2734568 Palmyra 8384751 You Con Rely on Us Tg Take Goorf of Your Cor Pefrys Atlantic Service 1121 Quentln Rood Lebanon Plato haron Swigart 13th all of ershey Ronica Holp Hershey D 1 14th Daniel Paul 1457 Marine rive Colonial Park 15th Eby 123 Trinidad 6th Denise Fisher MHS teadowbrook 17th Kim Fish r Meadowbrook 18th rlene Munger Laurel Ridge oad 19th Beth Fisher MHS Oth Bobby Clark 35 Half treet 21st all of Hershey ohn Breidenstine no address 2nd Category 2 Motorized Floats he OAKS Older Adult Klub of he Community Center with heir country scene first prize ub Pack 78 Fishburn United itethodist Church with their harlie Brown Float won sec nd plstce and Dan Mraovich 223 East Chocolate Avenue hird place Category 3 Grades 4 irough 6 Joanne Pinca 216 last Glen Road Hershey 1st rize Vicki Zazo Hummelstown ID 1 2nd prize Jeff Paul 1457 Marine Drive Colonial Park rd prize Kathy Benson 4th rize Mark Melsavag fifth rize Ted Mandes 6th prize ob Boyd 7th prize Steve Davidson 8th prize Doris Pae en 9th prize Jon Sheppard Oth prize Lome Lewis llth rize Jeff Chubb 12th prize cott Ortenzio 13th prize Chris Craft 14th prize Nancy Hess 5th prize Jean Duffy 16th rize Paul Camacci 17th Max chaeffer 18th prize and Tony Brong 19th prize Category 4 NOB Family Cub Pack 108 John Vaverka eader first place Girl Scouts roop 1040 Mrs Gilda Villa eader 2nd place Troop 1024 at Mease leader 3rd place Deanas Dance Studio 2630 outh Second Street Steelton th place Mary Jane Crawford Hershey RD 1 5th place Gails chool of Dance 815 North 2nd treet Harrisburg 6th place elma Gunnells 15 Hockersville load Hershey 7th place Cub ack Bob Bedi leader 55 Syl ania Hershey 8th place Girl Scout Troop 1029 Mrs ion leader 9th place Troop 031 Mrs Clarlene Reitz Hum melstown 10th place Lefea Vlarguey 1509 E Chocolate Ave ue Hershey llth place Levi Hipas Middletown Road Her hey 12th place Cub Pack 203 Larwenco Rowe leader 13th lace Category 5 Grades 7 through Ed Finsterbush H u m melstown RD 3 first place Seth ake 1846 Walnut Street Har risburg second place Jill arnden 227 Java Avenue Hershey 3rd place Doreen Morrison fourth place Dennis oster 70 West Granada Ave Hershey fifth place Larry eesaman 102 West Caracas Wenue Hershey sixth place raey Hess 238 Clark Road lershey seventh place Linda inca 216 East Glen Road Hershey eighth place Connie utman MHS Overview ninth place Category 6 Family Groups Charlotte Whitmeyer 329 Eas Derry Road Hershey firs place Andy and Paul Hoffman WOMELSDORF Oct 25 ive new members were wel comed into the fellowship of Lt Max W Schaeffer Pott 558 Veterans of Foreign Wars t the Tuesday night meeting eld at the post home Comman er Robert R Shartle pre ded Admitted were Jay E uth Ronald L Flory James Ford Gregory R Yingst and ruce R Anspach Ben Grimes was named chair man of the Christmas party to e held December 10 at the ost Home Donations approved included ontributions to Harry Brown enior County Council comman er toward defraying expenses or the two house mothers from he VFW National Home Eaton lapids who wiMJw vis ting the area to the 13th Dis rict Ladies Auxiliary for Christ mas presents at the Scotland chool VFW Childrens Home n Pennsylvania to the Womete orf Robesonia and Werners Hie Posts toward the Conrad band uniforms To date half of ttw VFW members have paid their dues triers were asked to give this matter tiieir attention by De ember 31 in order to make ost eligible for the 100 per cent ward Middletown RD place Waltman 1 gecont Family 110 Discount Tire Service 17th Cumberland Sts Lebanon Pa Ifi E StPice St Army and Ncvy Store 7 S 8th St Lebanon Pa Ph 2726341 Pontiac in Lebanon Insurance Bonds 12th Oak Sts Lebanon Pa Ph 2723131 OldsJeep in Cieona West Caracas Hershey Mrd place Winters Family 1338 East Derry Road Hershey fourth place Jody Shell 74 Cocoa Avenue fifth place Category 7 Specialty Paul Speck Mechanicsbur RD 1 first place Brad Zim Hummelstown RD second place Angelo Nigro 112 Luse Avenue Highspire third place Terry Garvie Leb anon fourth place Rena Ren shaw 138 West C h o c o 1 a t Avenue Hershey fifth place Richard Lake 1267 Herr Streel Harrisburg sixth place Category 8 NonMotorized Floats Susan Paden Hummelstow RD 1 first place Warren Mi ler MHS Rosemont secon place Alexander Wolfe 14 Granada Avenue Hershey thir place Also in connection with th Halloween celebration 31 Junio and Senior High School studenl of the Derry Township Schoo in Hershey turned out earlier i the week to show their artisitry by doing paintings on the win dow at the Hershey Depar ment Store and the Hershe Drug Store for which prizes wi also be awarded Debbie Feffle and Terry Shenefelt Senio High students group won fir place and Craig Fackler an Tom Emerich of the Junio High group won first place The bake sale held by th PTA at the Hershey Deparlmen Store and the refreshment sale during the parade the onl money making project for th PTA netted a profit of slight over MANILA SLUMS MANILA dwe lers in Manila numbe about or roughly 22 pe cent of the citys tola population according to published survey WOMELSDORF Oct 25 illitm Gerth Must erinf resident engineer eported the Tuesday night ouncil meeting held in the bor ugh hall that the main sew rage lines have been completed ut that there are still approxi mately 200 laterals to be put in arget date for the completion f the project hat been set for e end of February In answer to many requests ouncil president J Robert Gibson has announced that ollowing the completion of the ewerage project streets will be epaved from curb to curb as oon as the ground has settled actorily Musa J Eways borough en jineer has been authorized trough the services of Masl rizes Are Presented n Newmanstown Parade NEWMANSTOWN Oct 25 Despite the fact that the parade ad to be postponed on Sat rday it was still a big success n Monday evening as a close to ecord crowd attended the pa ade Many prizes were awardec nd they are as follows Fattest Mountz Tallest CarJ Umberger Smallest Gary harp Most Patriotic Patty leaver Most Comical Single onnie Bleistein first Dean second Marion Gind r third Most Original Single onna Spangler first Joy Properly second M i c h a e jardenmoyer third Best Appearing Single Debbie oyer first Bill Riehl second Lori Sheetz third Most Comica ouple Barbara Miller and iattie Moyer first Eric Moore econd Rod Rhoda and Rhonda etter third Best Appearing ouple Marie Gift first Terry nd Steven Heck second Paula ertzog and Suzette Lengle hird Most Original Couple isa Weitzel first Mitchel leath and Keith Marks second immy and Velvie Diamond lird Single Impersonation Michael eppley Ranck second first Craig Tina Boyer lird Couple Impersonation onna Tracey and Mary Ranck rst Audrey Kahl and Graci attazahn second H a r o 1 c everling and Emma Evans hird Best Appearing Large Group ichland Cub Scouts third fost Comical Large Group Newmanstown Troop 403 sec nd Brownie Troop 435 third rtost Original Large Group irownie Troop 402 first Gir scout Troop 1016 and 1013 sec nd Cub Scouts Troop 17 third Jest Appearing Small Group Suddy Tina Carl Brown am lita Lutz first Most Comica Small Group Gary Walter meyer Joe Gingrich Ron Hay er Don Seifert and Tom Show ers first Steve Kreiser Alan Achey Ray Reigle and Scot Mm second Most Origina Small Group Ed Ginder am amily first Lynn Kreitz sec ond Terry Steven and Kevi Shepler third Best Decoratec Bicycle or Tricycle Skyliner first Bonita Bennett second Cynthia Bickel third Float Elco first Con nie Snavely second Zio hurch third AnnvilleCleon fourth Sue Weiss lonorable mention Little Swa tara Club honorable men tion Elco 4H Club honorabl mention Float Commercial Elco Jr Class first Link Lo Fireplace second Comica Band Millcreek Towns hi Alumni Band first Honorabl Mentions Dolores G e h m a n Jean Noll Kevin Sechrist Lyn Zeller Lori Anspach Dian Yiengst Dorothy Boyer Cand Rabold Special Recognition fo Large Groups Mt Aetna Lions Newmanstown Boy Scouts of Womelsdorf The Millcreek Townshi Alumni Association wishes t thank all those people who par ticipated in the parade and wh worked hard to make this pa rade a success Immanuel UMC Conduct Congregational Meeting CLEONA Oct 25 The tn nual congregational meeting the Immanuel United Methodis Church held Wednesday evenin began with a dinner prepared b the ladies of the Pollyann Class The Rev Harry Aughin baugh pastor conducted t brie devotional service Election of officers was held James Cramer and Marti Shenk were elected trustees Randolph Shroyer was elected t tl Sunday Schoo lead Transplant or Phila Man inds In Death HOUSTON Tex AP Two Philadelphians who lived only a few miles apart came togeth er in Texas for worlds 67th human heart transplant but il ended in the tragic death of a 42yearold carpenter The carpenter Emffio Capo bianco died in Houstons Meth odist Hospital Thursday six hours after the transplant Capobiancos drama began over a month ago when he was admitted to Philadelphia hos tftal for the transplant opera ion His doctors said only a new heart could save his life He had nine heart attacks and two strokes ia the past fivt years The carpenter waited at Phil adelphias Hahnemann Hospital or transplant operation and after 15 days a donor was lo cated But hours before the op eration the hospital administra ion called the surgery off say ing the hospital was not equip ped nor had the trained person nel to carry out the operation Public sympathy was aroused and money began pouring in to take Capobianco to Houston and have the transplant per formed by the surgical team of amed Dr Michael E DeBakey Capobianco went to Houston Oct 15 to await t suitable donor By coincidence fce don or turned out to a Philadei hia woman She was flown to Texas Wednesday She was 42yearold Mrs Phil is Shfttz the mother of two and stepmother of four children Mrs Shetz had suffered a stroke and doctors said her con dition was hopeless because of radn damage She was kept alive by resuscitator during the flight to Texas Almost twothousand miles rom their homes in Northeast hiladelphiia the operation was performed early Thursday the healthy leart of Mrs Shetz into Capo nancos body Doctors said the twio were matched on the basis of blood type and other matching fac tors After the operation Capobi ancos condition was described as satisfactory Nearby the car penters sister who had accom panied him to Houston prayed and told reporters of her broth ers great faith But about six hours after the transplant Capobianco suffered a cardiac arrest for some un known reason He was returned to the operating room but at tempts to save his life failed Capobianco was divorced and father of a 10yearold An autopsy will be performed to determine what can be learn ed by the failure There have been eight heart transplants at Houstons Meth odist Hospital of which five are still alive Thirtythree of the worlds 87 transplant patients are now alive Engineering to the topographical survey There was a discussion of the newly submitted plumbing code action Addi ional information will con sidered at the next meeting Borough cleaaup week has een scheduled for November 4 6 7 borough No vember 58 regular weekly col ections VFW Auxiliary Mrs Robert R president of the Ladies Aux diary of the Lt Col Max W Schaeffer Post 6558 Veterans oJ Foreign Wars presided at the Tuesday night meeting held a the post home Mrs Paul Conway secretary presented the agenda of future events scheduled by the aux iliary and the names of fiv prospective members were pre sented for approval Mrs Mildred Moore Robesonia RD 1 Mrs George Snyder New manstown Mrs Paul Hartman Mrs Leonard Chelius and Mrs Edward Deck Womelsdorf Mrs Carolyn Miller N w manstown The auxiliary approved do Rotary Club Hears Talk On Redevelopment i nations to the national presi dent to the VFW Home Association for the sewerage fund and a contribution to the United Fund Auxiliary members will re ceive coin cards which are to b filled as directed and returned by November 1 The proceeds will be used in defraying ex penses such as flowers for the sick and other needy uses Mrs Charles J Shartle treasurer will be in charge of this project Appointed by the president to serve on the entertainment committee were Mrs Selah Wolfe Mrs Dorothy Stohler and Mrs Mary Keller The auxiliary will sponsor a dance at the Veterans Hospital May 29 Anyone wishing to participate may do so by contacting an auxiliary member Mrs Helen Sobolewski was initiated into full auxiliary membership A covered been scheduled for the oclock November 12 meeting at the post home when new mem bers will be initiated MYERSTOWN Get M Jtmes Stuchell executive dim tor of the Lebanon County Hom ing and Redevelopment Author ity outlined the housing and redevelopment plans for Leba non at the Myerstown Rotary Club dinner meeting held Wed nesday night in the American Legion Home Stuchell brought out the fact that Lebanon Coun ty is one of only two counties in the state to have a County Planning Commission and a County Redevelopment Authori ty comprised of exactly the same members He also pointed out that this works out well and in addition to preventing oppos ing goals there is the added benefit of sharing the same pro fessional staff Myerstown was complimented for its farsightedness in plan ning and Stuohell stated thil along with other forward look ing programs should give Borough certain advantages ia the future Stuchell was intro duced by Orville Stauffer pro gram chairman for the evening John Kauffman club president conducted the meeting Rev Eldred Stauffer gave the invocation The club attendance list month was 88 percent Members of the Rotary will attend the Pennsylvania StateMiami foot jail game Nov 9 Arrange ments have been made by Or ville Stauffer Jack Connell a member of the club is recuperating in the Lebanon Valley General Hospi tal Albert Kratzer led the Rot ary group singing accompanied by Mrs Philip Tice Birthday greetings in song were exten dish supper has Halloween Party Is Held For Schaefferstown Cubs The meeting of Cub pack 17 Schaefferstown was held Wed nesday evening at the Recrea ion Barn The meeting in he form of a Halloween party Dale Zartman opened the meeting while Steve Keller and Scott Elliot guessed the boys in costume Prizes for the event went to most unusual David Ginder most original Kendal Kline nicest Brian Krall ugliest Terry Sholly last guessed Dean Welch Mr Paul DeLong presented he following Webelos awards lichard Howes Alfred Kendel Kline Terry Sholly graduated into Webelos Seven new cubs and their amilies were welcomed to the ack They were Scott Fasnacht avid Ginder Randy Artly Jrian Krall Kerry Nye Mark Wlazlak and Jeffery Foelker One new member by transfer was Delmar Zartman Wolfe badges were given to Brian Krall William Yarnell and Kenneth Dulabohn Recruiter patches were given o these boys Kenneth Dula john Brian Krall Dean Welch Elandy Darryl YairneU LETTER HAMBURG Germany AP vicars letter sent to his bishop in British Guiana 117 years ago was sold Thursday at a stamp auction for Its envelope had a blue two cent stamp This is what made the letter so valuable as the twocent British Guiana stamps of the time were piink The blue stamp is considered the only one in existence It was sold by a Ruhr real es tate broker and went to an un identified French collector British Guiana on South Americas northeast coast is now independent Guayana superintendent Chester Horsi and Delmar Metz assistani superintendents Lewis Beard was elected Sunday School sec retary and Mrs James Tobias Sunday School treasurer Lay leader elected was Paul Kreider Sr The adopted matters budget for 1969 was and several of business other were handled There were HO in at Nye Bruce Spitler and Stohler William The boys in pack 17 along with their den mothers also received their patches for attending a breakfast hike at Colemans Park this summer Ribbons for the winners of the summertime Olympics were also given out It was announced that t pack would inarch in t Schaefferstown Halloween pa rade on Nov 2 and the annual cubs candy sale is under way George Karsnitz who the members to ded to treated cream Next week the club will have dinner at the Legion and then adjourn to the Winthrop Labor atories Cafeteria to attend the public meeting of the My erstown Planning Commission The average person breathes in 35 pounds of air each day six times as much asNthft food ind drink he consumes AT STEIN BROS LOCK PICKER OMAHA Neb AP Fu Manchu a gentle sweetten pered orangutan has mast the art of picking locks A few weeks ago we foun all four of our orangutans out of their building A few days later it happened the zoo di rector Dr Warren Thomas said Vigilance foiled the next es cape As keepers watched Fu climbed to the bottom of the moat surrounding his outdoor play area took a piece of wire and tripped the spring loaded lock on a service door It was the seventh time Fu had managed the getaway We have cleaned and cleaned that outside area and the moat We are not certain where Fu gets the wire but we do know Its sometimes hidden in Fus Thomas said A new bolt has foiled Fu for the moment but Thomas lays I dont know that the orangu tan building can ever be Fu Brofler chickens provide the largest farm income in Dela ware Coordinated Belt by Salvatori Complement your slacks with Barcelona Cowfide Newest bronze olive color in rich twotoned antique finish leather with feath ered edge construction High fashion square buckle in satin finish W width Sizes 2841 OPEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 KI Cumhwtarf   

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