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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1930, Lebanon, Pennsylvania j f Y vLnli LEBANON iDONT FAIL TO ATTEND THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL Automobile Sbow to be held at THE AUDITORIUM Under the Auspices of the Automotive Trade Association Open Daily to The following dealers exhibiting tnnch station comfHANKOlflRtlWl BOXES Chrysler Cars The Automotive Wles wfeth Pfautz are exhlbitng two Chrysler A 66 coupe done entirely In black and a 70 se dan with radio This lat ter car Is done in grass green and by the radio installment can furnleh music to the merrymakers where ever they may It promises to be a big feature with the sports younger people and novel seek of Haith away received the cbrysler 70 Patschkes Garage Harkins Buick Isaac Plasterer Kapp Auto Kurtz Lt Brown Irwin Ebersole Snyder Horney Wissler Chrysler Buick Marqttette Reo Dodge DeSoto Jordan Mormon Oakland Pontiac Hupmobile Studebaker Erksine Hudson Essex Ford Peerless Chevrolet Grubib and Miller are exhibiting a Chevrolet sport sedan and a sport Fred Ross Bow Warren and Bales Manager Earl Helms are act Ing as the The sedan is i In maroon and black with disc The roadster has full in closed brakes and wire Both cars have a fifty horsepower Claude Runkel Wealand FilbertIves Motors Nash Miller Chevrolet C Althouse Auburn Willys 6 Dodge I Kapp has Andy Hughes and Paul Heilman talking to pros pective purchasers about the Dodge 6 sedan and the Dodge 8 sport se The former car is done in black and Is the first six car put out by Dodge to sell for less than The sport sedan is dooe entirely in Both cars are attracting considerable attention and the salesmen are busy in their Ford Iloadstors Two Ford a sport roadster and a coach are being exhibited by Clatue George Chester Irwin Her man Runkle and Harry with Clarence Hill who was recently put iu charge of the sales The roadster Is fully trimmed and equlped and done in a blue The coach is thorn SUCCESSFUL OPENING OF ANNUAL AUTOMOTIVE TRADE SHOW and hotter than ever seems be the motto of the Automotive w Trade Association in their staging of jthifl years Auto Show at Lichten It opened evening to fair sized crowd spectators and prospective rus Although the crowd was ofc r which it IB onthe opening a few the exhibitors reported sales of iheir In fact the Tall Cedars two a sedan and n which they will distribute ftt the Food TV JBeautlful To state that the large auditor makes a brilliant and beau especially to those in would be to put Virtually every make and the standard from below a thousand dol to those totaling nearly four are on There are fifteen each one having two cars on display for the approval of the general Jordana and Mjirmons The first cars one sees on display those of Lloyd who is vjWCbSblting a green Jordbn sedan a blue black Marmon of these cars are equipped with number of The has a downdraft manifold four speed transmission that JJrown is commenting very favor ftVUW and Willys going to the right and work towards the head of the huge Both of tho cars are equip ped with roomy Oak lands and Pontiacs Irwin Eibersole has anOakland se dan and a Pontiac custom on His ealesmeun are ieorge and Lester The former which is done inblack and took Hulls Hill with two passeng ers nnd showed 50 miles per at the Tho Pontiac is In blue Kssox nnd Hudson Coming to the end of the line on the right we find an Essex Challeng er coach and a Hudson Super standard displayed by who hasGeorge Steln Charles Doininger and Earl Shirk as The Essex is a dark blue trimmed with Hudson standard blue with old ivory strip Tho Hudson is also done n dark Reo Cars Now going down the middle lino of exhibits we meet Isaac Plasterer with two Reo His salesmen1 are John Burell and Paul The ona is a model 20 dark blue sedan and a model 15 dark blue Both are sport Plast erer and hia salesmen are working up the silent gear feature of these floor we come upon the display of tie Avou with Alt and Frank Ilauck 4g8 Tl 3 younger people WH as the person whose thoughts treni toward sport will ud nJre the Auburn 100 done in cats j by the f with green trimmingsIt Of doing 100 miles per The other is an 80 miles per Willys sedan done in dark blue cream Do Boto Sedans Next are two De Soto sedans ex hibited by Sam He has Her bert Shay and Ammon Sunlth as sales The six sedan1 is done in a black the eight in a These two cars are attract ing considerable attention and their many of which are ex tremely are being explained Peerless Sedans follows two Peerless ftralght They are ex iy Jack Wealaud with Harry ligrry Krause acting as and Ray the explaining workings Asbassador Bight The FilbertIves people with Herman1 are ex hibting a twin Ambassador and answering any Both of the cars a dark blue and both PJs Eight sedan done in maroon and a single six in a standard dark The big cars have wooden wheels and the smaller ones wire There ura many new features ou these machines that are being com mented upon by the interested part Btudebakers Horney is exhibiting a two itone brown Commandjer Regal Studetoaker sedan and a rich maroon fierce Arrow sedan with dark fend His salesmanis Grover Lee Russell Gingrich ore demonstrating the Buick A sporty low built Master wine colored roadster is attracting the attention of the younger It has wood en wheels and is de luxe The other car is a Marquette eedau done in dark Both es pecially the are receiving a considerable amount of This is the last exhibit on the left line going The show will ho open from ten oclock mornings to ten thirty every evening up to and Including Satur day CLAIMS FOR DOG DAMAGESTOTAL Preliminary figures covering the enforcement of ihe State Dog Law during 1029 lshow that 3338 sheep and 5438 chickens were killed by uncontrolled according to a report from the bureau of animal Penn sylvania Department of Practically every class of live stock and poultry suffered damages from dogs for which the State paid a total of during the A marked reduction in1 tho num ber of stray dogs has resulted from tho vigorous enforcement of the law by dog law enforcement agents of the co cooperate with local and while there is a large amount of damage caused by the uncontrolled such damages are decreasing officials they point out that increasing vigilant enforcement must be maintained or the loss of private property due to the ravages of dogs will The following table shown tho number of animals in different classes killed or injured by uncon trolled dogs during 1919 In Killed Jured Sheep 8338 1413 Hogs 20 25 10 Goats 13 2 3 5438 97 683 20 13 Guineas 56 Geese 160 13 Domesticated 761 J AGREEABLE BIRTHDAY SURPRISE TENDERED EDWARD KEPNER A surprise birthday party was held Saturday evening by Edward Kep at his 27 East Hoke street In honor of the birthday of his Lou During the evening games were In fol lowed by A dainty luncheon was served and the happy celebrant received an array of pretty Music was furnished by Phillip and William twin eons of and Henry and Betty Jane Manger gave an exhibition of fancy toe and clog The home was beautifully decorated for tho oc casion and guests were provided with favors to remember the On the Hepners entertained at a chicken and waffle Their guests were and and and Paul Kay mend and Aaron Miss Betty Roy Miss Lou ren all of Reading and WILL BE OPENED IN THE CHURCH The fol lowing services will be conducted In the Mountville Sun February 23 Sunday school at Prayer meeting at Preaching services at A missionary meeting will be held after the church at which time the Thank Ofiferlng Boxes will be brought and George Ejorhberger Is spending Tuesday with her daugh Some of our folks attended the Evangelical services at Campbell town on Sunday Miss Suean Bachmah was the speaker for the and Galbach and Mlsees Mary Galbach and Alma Long were present at a delicious baked ham dinner on Sun day at the home of and Gertrude Peters and calledon and Henry AMALGAMATION OF RAILWAYS MISS HILDA WITTERS WAS CHARMING HOSTESS TO MILLCREEK TEACHERS Miss Hilda WiBter entertained the teachers of MJllcreek District at a charming nuttybridge and luncheon at the home of and I Grant Red red hearts and other Valentine lovelties decorated tho room which was illuminated by red Prizes were awarded to Miss Elsie Miss Dorothy Miss Hilda Miss Mary Miss Anna Edith and Alfred Miss rlelen Miss Mary HENRY HERSHEY DOING NICELY AFTER OPERATION of Penn who underwent a very erious operation at the hospital of he University of has een brought to the home of lersheys and John 337 Cumberland fhere he is under thecaro of ohn Hersheys condition puzzled ocal surgeons as well as he and his Philadelphia What at first appeared o be a double femoral hernia was an abscess duo to an old injury of the fourth lumbar as revealed jy Xray and Eliosans opera The patient is resting comfortably ind It is hoped he will be able to je about in a short WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY PARTY AT FRYSTOWN Rlley Klein and The Pierce Arrow low builii car has 1 ftjlde Ste Vttli M Thomas of attended a session of the Flre Zone Meeting of Western Berks at Wernersville on Monday The next meet ing of the Zone will be held at this place in the Community Fire March at 8 A meet ing oif the local flre company will bo held at this place on Tuesday March at The Community Fire Henry Phillip WilUftW Mrand Mr of this will hold a Washingtons iblrthday party in the town hall on Friday February All tho members with their families and friends are invited to and Charles Schlegel and John of were the guests of Lillian Deck on Raymond Blatt is reported as having rented a property in Straues He will move there in the Riley Dubbs and Alvin Morgan1 visited the schools of this place on PALMYRA AUTO CLUB TO MEET AT NEWMANSTOWN Officials of the Palmyra Automo bile Club will present some valuable gifts to membergetters at the Febru ary meeting in the Newmanstown Monday eve February Free movies will be con sisting of a comedy and news reel and an educational The The Power secured from the Bureau of deals with the construction and care of gasoline of the Palmyra Automo bile Club are at present engaged in a membergetting contest in which every member is pledged toget at least one new Gold prizes and other awards are being offered in this Twentyfive dollars in gold will be given memberbetters at Newmanstown this month and at Annville in Seven total ing 550 in gold will be given to the highest scorers in the membership contest from January 1 to April GEORGE LEHMAN WILL UNDERGO OPERATION George train caller the Eliding Ifft TW 4 n B i rt TYIB m Directors and associate directors of the Lebanon Chamber of Com7 nierce at their semimonthly meet Tuesday went on record as most emphatically and un alterably opposed to any Federal scheme of railway amalgamation which would destroy the individual identity of the Reading whose lines pass through The directors took the stand with the firm conviction that they have a solid community sentiment with them as any merger plan which would link the Reading with a larger would be sure to cur tall employment for railroad men in this and would endanger Leb anons present status as a prominent shipping and would prob ably curtail shipping facilities which are now enjoyed The last plan suggested by the Interstate Commerce Commission was to givethe Reading with several others to the Baltimore and Other have been mooted at various Anyone of these It is held would tend to depreciate Lebanons its industrial interests and railroad labor Resolutions embodying these were passed with a unani mous and the secretary was directed to send a copy each to the Interstate Commerce the Pennsylvania Public Service the Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce and the Unit ed States Chamber of as well as to all other bodies or individuals whclh will exercise an influence on the The agricultural committee re ported that It will undertake again to promote baby beef clubs at lona and as and the action was It was stated that of the 45 boys and girls who can be about 40 have already Further announcement was also made with respect to the organiza tion of a corn to be made up of boys and girls the ages of 10 and 20 who can secure a half acre of ground for the pur This plan was also and the Chamber of Commerce will award money The Chamber also agreed to spon sor a general safety first meeting to be held in the city in the near fu under the direction of the Pennsylvania State Department of Labor and It was also agreed to hold an open sessionof the directors and I associate directors in thd near fu to which the member ship will be with the Idea of giving each an oppor tunity to not only repre sentatives in but to take the floor themselves niid make suggest ions and recommendations of any kind desirable to and at which time any one associated with the organization may himself of anything which he thinks the directors should The Industrial Committee report ed two new one of which would employ all but it was admitted negotiations are not ad vanced nearly enough to make pub lie the names of the concerns un dei Two new applicants were admit ted to General Automatic Lock Nut and NOTICE Stockmen and Butchers Lebanon Hide and Rendering Works JOHX Owing to the great demand for my meat and bone I will pay cash for cows and hogs and small stock removed free of Cash prices paid for hides and Works Near Office Phone Bell Works Phone Bell Reverse Phone CLEONA FIRE OBSERVED 12TH ANNUAL BANQUET LEESE WAS COMMENDED BY GOVERNMENT Nearly 100 men were present at the twelfth annual banquet and house warming of the Cleona Hose and Chemical held Mon day night In the fire at The occasion was enjoyed by every as the program committee had worked hard to put this over in a big The main speaker of the evening was Ralph of former representative in the State Behney stressed the i importance off all young men in the community becoming members of the flre He explained firemens com pensation in a very capable He told of the wonderful services such men as Abraham Lincoln and George Washington rendered to their country and said that the both young and also can render a great service to their community if they are The program was enlivened by Herman Cloonas affable con who motdred into Lebanon and going to the meeting of City Council arrested Mayor William Brunner was then taken to the Cleona flre house for a He responded by giving an entertain ing address which made a hit with his Other speakers on the program were Joseph burgess of Cleona and Harry Justice of the peace of the The meeting was presided over by the capable president of the fire com Calvin Hell man was the first speaker of the evening and introduced the other The main program opened with the singing of and this was followed by the invocation by Joej A delicious hot lunch was consisting of vegetable ham ice cream and The i soup and sandwiches were prepared by the Bomberger i of Heiscy is man1 ADDITIONAL INDUSTRIAL ENUMERATORS NAMED FOR LEBANON COUNTY Additional enumerators to com pile data on manufaci mines and quarries in Cum1 beriand and Lebanon counties were appointed yesterday by William census supervisor of this Lebanon county appointees are Joseph East Han over and Annville and Londonderry townships Roy Fredericks Cold Bethel townships 2208 West Lehman Lebanon wall Cornwall Lebanon and Gretna William of Heidel berg and Mill Creek townships and Myerstown and Richland 45 CHILDREN GIVEN SCHICK TEST AT CUNIC OF HEALTH COUNCIL Forty five children were given the Schick teat at the special clinic held in the Monday under the auspices of the Lebanon County Child Health Coun The clinic was in charge of Charles Eleanor Frank Miss Catherine Edgar Weimer tha two Miss Quimi and Miss and DeWitt This which is being carried on by the Health is making rapid progress and is ft tribute to the efforts of this The enterta4nment was furnished by Harry accomplished violin ist and and Eli pian Their music and jokes proved most entertaining and helped enliven the The affair was declared a huge success by every one who QUILTING PARTY AT THE HOME OF NORMAN JONESTOWN A quilting party was held at of Norman Killinger at on Those present were Norman Klll Verna Irwin Gerald Irwin Adam Rosie David Jacob Dea van and Missea Qrace Elanor Elliott and Helen Fine refreshments were CHARLES LICK GREETED OLDTIME FRIENDS Charles of Ocean who came east to attend the funeral of his the late James arriving here last Saturday left after noon for New where he will transact some business and vi 11 start for his home on the Pacific During brief stay in Lebanon and at bis native home at he was by many oldtime friends and acquaint Preachers sous arent meaner than The most perfect girl may seem a disappointmentif you expected a boy Lebanon scrapiron merchant and wrecker of steel is the subject of a full page editorial the February Issue of the Maga zine of Finance and under the caption LOCAL IiVDUSTRIBiS EMPLOY LEBANON MEN Following another is the Invariable Rule of Leader in Metal and His Activities Cover Every Territory East of the article eays in part Leese plays a significant part in what may be termed a world if we may take serious ly the saying that this IB the age of It is rather the era of struggling between all that is ma terial and and it takes dependable imetal to carry that The steady industrial progress of each nation is Its contribution to the forces on either side o the Leeee is head of the firm that trades under his located at West Lehman One of the outstanding features of Leeses business is that he always employs Lebanon This does not only apply to his local but also all other opera For Leeae op erates in dismantling plants every where east of and now he is doing a large work near New He has already sent fifteen1 men to that and twenty more will There are a number of men in the United States who understand the scrap metal business but here Is a veritable genius who delves deeper than the onere surface a man who has analyzed the business and the market BO thaT he has be come one of the outstanding au Leeses contracts Include some important ones with the United States euch as the Bristol Shipyards and his work for the government was done so well unsolicited he received a cita tion or recommendatkjn compliment ing him on the excellence of his whjich wjas something of which any contractor might well feel Leeses other contracts in clude the Washington Steel Ordn ance at the Pardeo Steel the Alexandria Shipyards at and the Standard Oil of New about jobs for the DuPont of the New New Haven and Hartford the Tydol of and many RABBI UDELSON IS HURT WHEN STRUCK BY AUTO Rabbt 1037 Chestnut received lacerations of the face and bruises when he was struck by an at Fifth Avenue and East Cumberland at today The injured man was taken to the Good Samaritan hospital where he was treated and later taken to his Stewart of 355 North Fifth was driving the car on the highway that struck the local Rabbi as he was crossing the UNION BELL WILL TOLL AND BUGLES BLOW On Saturday at 12 oclock nooji the bell of the Union Fire company will toll 150 times iu commemora tion of the companys birthday anni Before the start of the toll ing four buglers associated with the American Legion will sound musical tribute to the in the evening a large banquet will be held at the Hotel nfltsl x BABY CHICKS With a Guarantee Pure breds hatched scientifically Avith the most mod ern Ten most popular breeds and best The very lowest pnces considedng my Quality I do custom hatching produce the I willproduce the charge you only for chicks turned overta you and not for eggs my guar tf
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