Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa.j Monday. December 30, 1963 FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE Carl Maurice ERDMAN 835 'Willow St., Lebanon Dial CR 3-6131 ADVERTISEMENT NERVE DEAFNESS "MODEL OF NEW" MINIATURE HEARING AID GIVEN (not an actual hearing aid) WASHINGTON, D. C.-A most unique free offer, of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words, has just been announced. A true-life, non- operating model, actual size replica of the smallest Motorola- Dahlberg Hearing Aid ever made, will be given away absolutely Page 3 Rescue Two Men From Rugged Colo. Mountains DENVER (DPI).- Kenneth Stauffer lay seriously ill at a Denver Hospital today, his hands and feet blackened during a two-night ordeal stranded in the mountains at 15 below zero. Stauffer, 27, took a turn for the worse Sunday night but his friend, James Corbin, 32, remained in "fair" condition. The two were rescued Saturday lying snow — marooned in the rugged country 75 miles west of here after Corbin's new four- wheel-drive vehicle slid off an icy road. Stauffer got through the accident in better shape than Cor : bin, but he sacrificed his corduroy coat to keep his buddy warm. "I thought he would need it more because he couldn't move around," Stauffer said. Walked In Circle A rescue, team found Stauffer incoherent in a foot of snow. He had set out for help, hob- biing along with a stick for cane, but apparently just walked around in a large cir Six Are Injured In Two-Car Crash On S. Lincoln Ave. Fr» One) tures. Colleen complained of pain in her left knee. Susan received cuts of her left leg. Were Approaching Rise Chief Gettler said Mrs. Fuhrman was traveling north and Mrs. Woolridge, south, when the accident occurred. Police said that the left front ends of the automobiles came together as both vehicles approached the rise of a small hill. Gettler said that one of the women or both may have stepped on the brakes as they saw each other approaching, and skidded. He sail they may have thought they would be unable lo pass each other because o( snowbanks on either side of (he road. Damage to both cars was estimated at $850, with $000 listed to Mrs. Fuhrman's car and $250 to the Woolridge vehicle. The injured were taken to the hospital by a passing motorist, Amos L. Williams, 43 Walton St., who was following the Fulir-! man car, and by the First Aid' and Safety Patrol ambulance. !