C.C. reader. ([Middletown, Pa.]) 1973-1982, November 26, 1973, Image 7

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Jobs Wanted
(10A) Regional Planning grad
student desires f.ufl-tinge
employment. Prefer work regional or
urban planning experiences in data
processing including computer
operations and keypunch. Also unit
record machines both Univac and
IBM. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis, 215
Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415.
Jobs Available
< 1B) Musicians need bass player to
complete working band. Call Rich at
(2B) Wanted afternoon
companion for nine year old for two
and half house a day, five days a
week. Hours are 3:00 - 5:30. $20.00
a week. No housework.
(2B) Hula Dancer for round table
in lobby of old Air Force
mausoleum. Apply Sunday 1 to 1:05
(4B) Waitress. Night shift. Starting
6 o'clock. Openings on Thurs. Fri.,
Sat. and Sundays. Good tips plus an
hourly wage. Apple in person at
Pappy's Family Pub, Hills Shopping
Center Jonestown Rd. Hbg, Pa.
Phone 652-5800 for interview.
(1B) Part-t ime cook. Two students
looking for reliable person to cook
one evening meal five evenings a
week and clean apartment one day a
week. Negotiable. Pineford Village
Middletown, Call 944-4240. After
8:30 p.m.
(4D) Car Radio, tape player,
stereo, TV, B/W and color.
Guaranteed repairs by students for
students. Call John 939-9911.
(10D) Expert Auto repairs. All
makes and models, foreign and
domestic. Also Honda Motorcycle
repairs. Reasonable prices! Contact
Ed at 8468 Kirtland Ave. Meade
Heights or Phone 944-0532.
(10D) Chess instruction provided
free by members of the Capitol
Campus Chess Club Wednesday, 12
noon, Gallery Lounge.
For Sale
(7E) Dog box es and book cases
Phone 564-1383.
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' 251
OF ONE PIZZA (small or large)
We have Pizza by the slice, too.
23 S. Union St
Eat Here or Take Out
Open 11-12 Mon - Thurs.
11-1 Fri. £ Sat.
4-12 Sun.
expires june 16,74
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(IE) Rock albums for sale. Many
to choose from. $2,00 per album.
Call John at 944-3335 or drop over
to 850 B Kirtland Ave.
(3D) Hand-crafted purses and
belts on sale now. Will take orders for
Christmas. Call 944-0766. Ask for
Bob or leave phone number.
(4D) '7l Ford Capri, 2000
Sunroof, 4 spd., radials, R/H and in
exc. cond. Plus studded snow tires.
$1,900. Call 533-3859.
(3D) '6B Chevelle Malibu 327.
4-spd. Hurst. 4-11 gears. New engine.
Gauges for only $1,150. Call Jim
944-1984 after 3:00 p.m. Roll bar
for Triumph Spitfire, like new. You
pay only $45. Call Jim!
(3E) '65 Mustang - 3 spd. 6 cyl.,
good running cond. Reasonable price.
Call Rich Barrett at 944-9338 in 108
Church Hall.
(2E) For Sale: 6000 BTU Air
Cond. in exc. cond. at a reasonable
price. Buy now and be saved when
summer rolls around again.
(2E) Want to send a little love?
Buy your UNICEF Christmas cards
today. Support the meaning of love -
United Nations. Remember UNICEF
Christmas Cards are recycled, too.
UNICEF cards will be sold in
Vendorville and is sponsored by
(10E) Mustang Mach I '7O 351.4
spd. posi fastback, rear wing, wood
console, tach very good cond. Sale or
trade for sports car. Contact Neil
Vlakin at 934 B Mars Drive or call
(SE) Hammock with stand used
only a few times. Like new. Will
sacrifice at $6. Call Paul at 944-5845.
(6E) Bike and Camera for sale.
3-spd, 26" men's Sunbeam (made in
Eng.) Lightweight frame. $59.95.
Also Yashica Electro-35,35 mm
camera, $89.95. Both in exc. cond.
Contact Ed Beck, Counseling Center
Wll7 or call 533-5393 evenings.
(7F) Do you have items of an
antique nature? Will consider
purchasing any item in spite of its
apparent uselessness. Also looking for
automobile around the year 1930,
preferably a Model 'A' Ford. Call
Paul at 944-5845.
(2F) Artwork or crafts to sell on
consignment of 20%. Creature
Comforts 177 East Main St.,
Middletown. 944-7800.
The annual ROTC Military
Ball will b e held Saturday,
December 1, at the Carlisle
Barracks Officers’ Open Mess. As
the major social function of the
year, the military Ball provides
the cadets from Dickinson,
Shippensburg Penn State
University - Capitol Campus and
HACC with their first
opportunity of the year to
socialize with each other.
Guests have been invited
from the faculties of the schools
as well as the United States
Army War College. Included on
the guest list, Dr. Robert E.
McDermott, Provost of Penn
State at Capitol Campus, and
(SF) Wanted: a 2% square or 2% x
2% camera. Either used or cheap
new. Call Earl at 944-5226.
(2F) Wanted an AM/PM tuner
amplifier in good shape. Should have
a phono input, good sensitivity,
selectivity. Call 234-8589 and ask for
(10F) Wanted: One or two female
roommates to share "luxury"
apartment at Campus Manor.
Included is a dishwasher, garbage
disposal, wall to wall carpeting,
pation front, large furnished rooms
(bedroom suite needed only) and a
phone. Please contact Terry or Carol.
(3F) Need to rent a garage in the
Highspire - Middletown area to store
a comtemporary automobile. Call
944-0272. Ask for Dave.
(10G) This summer plan to study
and travel in Europe, Comparative
cultures and art in Britain, France,
Spain, and Italy. July 20 to August
24. Cost: $1,150.00 For further
information, contact Jacob Susskind
in W-357 or call 787-7717.
(1G) Don't miss the November 19
issue of Sports Illustrated and the
story on Joe Paterno, Penn State
coach of the Nittany Lions.
(1G) "If Dr. Kissinger got the
Nobel Peace Prize in '73 for making a
war last four years, why didn't Kaiser
Wilhelm get the Nobel Peace Prize in
1918 for making a war last four
Diabetic Supplies
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Major General Franklin M.
Davis, Commandant of the U.S.
Army War College and selected
students from the different
The cadets will host a dinner
prior to the Military Ball.
Highlights of the evening will
include the crowning of
“Honorary Colonel,” cadet
promotions and a demonstration
of drill and ceremonies
conducted by the Pershing
The evening will be
highlighted by the cadets and
guests dancing to the music of a
dance band.
** * *
The Department of Military
Science took cadets from
Shippensburg, HACC, Penn
State at Capitol Campus and
Dickinson to Indiantown Gap
Military Reservation for some
unique student participation
classes Saturday, October 26.
The rifle range was ready to
go and so were the cadets when
they arrived. Sergeant First Class
James Morton presented a class
on the M-16 rifle, safety
measures and demonstrated the
correct procedures to follow
while on the rifle range. The
cadets were then organized into
two person groups and assigned
to a firing lane. The firers got
into position, instructors were
poised and the scorers were
ready to give credit to for all
target hits. The first target was
seen and the days activities
began in earnest. Tom Haist,
Frank Deyo (a Penn State at
Capitol Campus studeent) and
Tim Konkus were the top three
shooters among the juniors. The
top three sophomore shooters
were Richard Whitesel, Jeff
Smith and Bruce Rollin. Cathy
Widders and Mike Starry (from
Shippensburg State College) tied
for first, John Gormley and
Mark Plaushin represented the
top shooters among the
After the freshmen and
sophomores finished firing they
went to lunch. The cuisine was
superb. Everyone was given a
combat meal, more commonly
called, “C-Rations”. The air was
full of peoples voices, “Hey
anybody want a pecan roll for
some apricots?” “I’ll trade
peanut butter for some cheddar
cheese.” Apparently the traders
were satisfied as a calm quiet
filled the air. Some people
wanted to heat their meal. Gene
Silverblatt, a freshman, not
relishing to eat a cold meal
decided to warm his up. He was
so successful that a small brush
fire was started. Gene quiekly
gained the upper hand with the
fire and settled down to a
delicious hot spaghetti meal.
Lunch ended and the cadets
were organized into groups of 4
or 5 persons (the presence of
Louise Rose and Cathy Widders
ruled out the word men) and
went to the Leadership Reaction
Course. The juniors were put in
charge of each group and were
It was an exciting, needless to
say, unusual flag football season.
However, the besieging Bender
Brothers baffled some
opponents, as well as themselves,
and regained the pride that is
ever so present with their
tradition. With the help of the
hidden microphone in my
quarterback’s headband, I was
able to look back on some of the
stimulating plays and comments
that inspired our team.
Ah, those radiant moments!
For instance, we were one point
behind and we had possession of
the football with time running
out. It went something like this:
Quarterback: “One, two
three . . eight. We have an extra
player - who is it.”
Left halfback: “Fred, you are
supposed to come in on defense,
(pause) I'm going to have to
spend next week with him. I
hope he soon learns to
distinguish between offense and
In that same game, but a
different series, I rifled a bomb
to my left end, but it was to no
avail since he stopped running
after the pass. As he approached
the huddle:
Quarterback: “Why did you
stop running? You could have
scored a TD.”
Left End: “My mind knew
what I had to do, but my body
wouldn’t respond. And besides,
you know I‘m playing with a flat
The most exciting moment
came when we were advancing
November 26, 1973
From Dickinson
Military Science Department
Terry Turnbaugh
'7 ' A/ry
■*. :i *
designated as leaders for each of
the “problems” encountered.
Tim Konkus enjoyed the
challenge presented and applied
his organizational skill to solve
the problems. Each leader had
fifteen minutes in which to
organize his team, determine a
course of action and solve the
problem. Pat Dunkel (from
Shippensburg State College )
Tim Konkus and Bob Raichle
received superior rating for
organizing and leadership.
Louise Rose, Mark Plaushin,
Wayne Gondal (a Harrisburg
Area Community College
student) and Dave Schmick
(from Shippensburg . State
College) received recognition for
their efforts during the
Leadership Reaction Course
The rifle range and leadership
reaction course behind them, the
cadets now looked forward to
the return trip to Carlisle.
Captain James K. Hackett, an
Instructor of Military Science,
had arranged for a unique form
of transportation to deliver the
cadets to Carlisle. The
Pennsylvania National Guard
agreed to furnish helicopters to
carry the cadets back. Lt.
Decker, the flight leader, gave a
class on -the helicppters
capabilities and on safety. As
soon as the class. was qyer, the
cadets were divided intOi groups
and boarded the helicopters.
“The ride was fantastic,” said
Cathy Widders as she turned her
equipment in at Denny Hall.
Ken Pfeiffer, a sophomore
scholarship cddefesaid, “This was
a completely worthwhile dayi I
wish we could - have more of
them.” Lieutenant Colonel
Victor A. Marcus reiterated this
point and said the department
was planning a weekend exercise
in April and another one day
trip to Indiantown Gap Military
Reservation • next semester. ■He
said, “I am glad to. see the cadets
enjoy these outings
also helps prepare them.-for.the
Advance Summer . Camp they
will attend between their junior
and senior years.” He also
indicated a desire to see non
cadets- enroll in the leadership
laboratory courses as - the
courses are unique to Dickinson
and the students would probably
enjoy themselves.
** * *
for the winning score with a
minute and a half remaining in
the game: . ~
Quarterback: “Proformation,
right end sideline, on go.”
Left end: “Gasp - Do, w® have
an oxygen tank around .here?”
Quarterback: “Do we have
any reserve ends?”
Guard: “Yeh, but they both
have knee injuries. We can’t call
in Pat Murphy, because she’s got
a knot in the voice .gun that’s
around her neck, and it’s tangled
in Monger’s crutches.”
Quarterback: (in desperation)
“Well, Ggry, how about a left
halfback pass?”
Left Halfback: ‘I can’t,
because I got my fingernail torn
off the last game.”
It’s hard to believe the
season’s over, but the memories
linger on. In the Spring Term,
after 50 ice, packs, 42 rolls of
tape, 16 whirlpools, 2 pair of
crutches, and 1 cane, the Bender
Brothers will, once again sprint
onto the softball diamond .’for
** * *
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