Williamsport Sun Gazette, September 28, 1962

Williamsport Sun Gazette

September 28, 1962

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Issue date: Friday, September 28, 1962

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Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1962, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Wilbarasport Sun-Gazette Friday. September 28 .1062 c v Now You Know B? tMTED FKEM Sti-amshlp passage from Ire- land to America in the itoos could be purchased for as little as {10 at toi ding to Collier i Encyclopedia Sec -J9 3" O "o. _c dc 3 e y c -V The Lycoming College faculty has. gone on record asking Congress to take immediaie action to renew the Studeju Loan Program under the National Defense Education Act In its present form and expand the opportunities for financial a id through loans by in- u easing the funds available to col- leges lor this purpose I he request was contained in a i evolution adopted by the faculty and sent to congressional leaders in Washington The college faculty pointed out .200 students of Lycoming College are dependent upon loans granted under the NDEA for assistance 4n financing their- education and will ous financial dificdlties at the end of the current academic year Because of the scheduled expiration of the program at that time "It" Was explained that Lycoming College normally considers and acts on student financial aid ap- plications each spring and that a delay In the extension of the NDEA loan program until 1963 would result in much uncertainty for students when financial plans a re-being made" In the spring for the 1963-64 academic year. Installations of officers of local and area Independent Ordej- of WASHINGTON Penn- sylvania delegation has stressed to Interior Department officials fisli -fo Jor of the Pennsylvania Fish Com- miss'ion, Basse A Beck general manager of the Sunbury (Pa 'Item and Thatrman Fteh- Federal I'uwir ommission that power b work on six television shows 1 popular star revealed he is bring treated by Dr Justin Stem at the UCLA Medical Center 1 I have been taking a Imac Powell said A Imac is a device used lor radiation tieatmfent of cancer I have had six of them, and Dr Stem is pleased with my progress and tcjld me he expects to eliminate the condition." scheduled by, E R Bauer, district deputy grand master of District k lt Senate-at Odd Follows Republican Leader "M Terrjple Dirksen, 111 spent the night arj Monday Oct 662 at Bethesda Naval Hospital wheie Williambport Teniple he was lindergo an tmn to determine the UMhe ol ab- Tuesday "1 dommal pains Dirksen entered the hospital at odd Thursday He he expected to stay there for "two, three or perhaps frve days Also in Bethesda Naval Hospi- tal was Sen "Clinton P Ander- son, D-N M His office said he checked in "for a few days of examination" after experiencing a series of dizzy spells Anderson returned to Washing- ton last week from New Mexico where he rested for six weeks as ordered by his physician His of- fice said his hospitalization was in no wav connected with the HARRISBURG Possible heart condition which prompted acquisition of acres that layoff state game lands will be Dirksen told newsmen he first considered at the quarterly meet- experienced the abdominal pains me of the State Game Commis- two weeks ago and that when slon here Oct. 1-2 they recurred Thursday his doc- i tnrq nrHproii i The meeting Monday coincides wuh opcning nf thp 1962 prrh- ery deer hunting' season An esti- Bookmobile Schedule archers are expect- ed to participate in the season be- -Monday Loyalsock Twp Sec- fore it closes Oct. 26 tary School LyswiT View officials said Thurs- Penn Vale Station day the meeting also would con- sider opening 21 game propaga-- Pennsdale Station, tiorf areas and other special areas Pennsdale Elementary School for hunting deer in Warren Arm- George A Feri-ell Elementary slrong York, Jefferson Indiana School Humersulle Station Blair, BeMrd Colum- Friday School bia Susquehanna, Berks and Konlile Library. zeine tounues power company dams on tb.ej Sus- quehanna River The group, headed by Maynard M Bogart Chairman of the Penn- sylvania Fish Commission ex- plained thtir position Thursday in d conference with Asst Secretary fr rank Briggs and oHw ment officials Albert M Day, executive dtrec- ways Committee of the Pennsyl vama Federation of Sportsmen s Clubs and Pierce Cryel! the fed eration s attorney, attended the conference Beck tnld a reporter he cxpctts the Pennsylvania -t tih Commis sion next Monda> to drttt a rt to the Interior Derailment lurg4ng that it recommend to the Safe Haroor and Crjno The t jmni in the 'xfrr ,t of an> p'nmtntal author'> the fompdnies ari d to con struct fishvta) s of thr dams without 'Bpck and his Thp (ommission of fish laddprs at Conowmgo back in the 1920 s da> have been valid then be rause operating fishwavs ttarre This Beck and fhp othei' fontend is no longer an excuse Surressful fishwavs, thev sav havp been operating in fhp Orrgon, at Bonneville Dam 1938 ITM u y" ?.r 5 n n Golden Jubilee Tear SAVE 25% to 50% in our END-OF-MONTH SALE I J 50 Teats Fashion Leadership GENUINE LIZARD stacked heel r> O C50 WHS In Annapolis IS Regularly 14.9ft Semi-Annual APPAREL FIRST FLOOR Women's and misses' BETTER DRESSES Women's and misses' BETTER SUITS Famous name brand CO ATS Fine quality for trimmed WINTER Nationally famoul brand Selected for the el ChojF Is- Anders' Robert Lunt, -an alumnus of Wilhamsport High School and a plebe at the Naval Academy The son of Mr and Mtf. Robert A Lunt 1502 West Fourth Street, Lunt also is a member of the jJummer Choir and the Naval Club, His subjects at Annapolis In- clude Russian, English, math, engineering and naval history At WHS, he sang second bass under the direction of. Miss Louise H Stryker, and as a junior-and HAVE A by rtstrvom equipped, air-ride, condibontd lintr BROZMAN'S SHOE SALON SECOND FLOOR TONIGHT AND SATURDAY ONLY! Girls" famous national brand DXF02CS LEAVE HERE ARRIVE NEW YORK am pm am also NINE other daily trips to New York City t9 LAKES trtriu LAKES-TO-SEA Washable! events. toil Third and Mulbmrr SM. Dial 326-1511 Fine quality SEAMLESS and Fine qnalilY TOPCOATS Small group BETTER SUITS price price price Small group BETTEI BESSES WHITE BLUE BLACK CHINO_ GREEN SPORTS SHOP Famous ;-ou're :iir :o Jue, x ia: w xnow w sTjre-'w on. 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