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Court Ceremony Held felt across the continent, a parcel volume, and explained-. belt sorting —a 95 per cent should the strike continue through the holiday season," Bolger added. Four New Attorneys Admitted To Co. Bar ByJAMKSSHF.l.HAMKR Daily News Staff The son of l.t. Gov. and Mrs. Ernest I'. Kline was one of four new attorneys inducted into practice in a county court ceremony Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. They are: Samuel A. (Gusl Kline." 312 W. Orchard Drive. Palmyra: Charles P. Buchanio, DM) N. filth St.: William E. Schadler. Fredericksburg Fredericksburg RD 1. and Robert Sullivan Jr.. 128 E. Locust St. In brief remarks to the new lawyers Judge G. Thomas Gates noted thai the first admission lo the Lebanon County bar in IHKI was James Huehanan. who later "gained lesser fame by becoming President of the United States." Competence Urged The jurist also urged the newcomers to the bar to attain a high level of competence, pointing out that the level o'l legal competence in some Pennsylvania counties leaves something to be desired. Judge John A. Walter also spoke briefly. The induction ceremony was followed by a reception sponsored by the bar association. George E. Christianson. president of the bar association, association, introduced the new lawyers. Kline was presented for admission to the bar by Philip S. Davis: Buchanio by Frederick Wolfson: Schadler by Christianson. and Sullivan by his father. Robert. The oath was administered by Deputy Clerk of Courts William M. Via 11 Jr. Lt. Gov. Kline and his wife were among those present for the ceremony. From Beaver F;ills Their lawyer son is a former resident of Beaver Falls, where he was graduated from high school in 1969. He received a degree in economics from Lehigh University in 15)73 and in June he was graduated from Duquesne Law School Kline is associated with the Davis. Katz. Buzgon and Davis law firm. He is married to the former Ann Geiger Henderson, daughter of Col. (ret.) and Mrs. Oran K. Henderson, of Carlisle. Col. Henderson, a former commander of Indiantown Indiantown Gap. is now head of the state's fivil defense organization. organization. Schadler. the son-in-law of State Senator Clarence F. Manbeck. is the eldest of the new attorneys. He is 46. having entered law school after a career in business and industry. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Schadler. Richland. the new "senior" attorney was born in Stouehsburg and reared in Richland where he was graduated from high school in 1948. He received a degree in chemistry from Lebanon Valley College in 1957 and for a short time was employed by the Glidden Paint Co. in Chicago and Reading. For a 15- year period he was employed by fhe Hamilton watch firm in engineering and marketing, serving as both production and marketing manager. Decided At 40 Schadler recalled Wednesday afternoon that at the age of 40 he made a decision to get out of his industrial job. He said his wife. Alletta. county extension home economist, encouraged him to make the break and he applied for admission to law school. While at Dickinson Law School, where he was graduated in June. Schadler was a member of the board of the legislative clinic and a member of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. During his college days at Lebanon Valley, he was a member of the varsity baseball team for four years, playing first base. From 1944 through 1960 he played with a number of Lebanon Valley teams. He served in the U.S. Air Force between 1949 and 1950 and again between 1952 and 1954. He is a pilot and holds a commercial multi-engine pilot's and instructor's license. Prior to entering law school he was a member of the Lebanon Rotary Club and he plans to resume his membership. Schadler is associated with the Lewis. Brubaker and Christianson law firm. • LCHS Gradua',? Buchanio. a native of Lebanon, is a 1964 graduate of Lebanon Catholic High School. A 1972 graduate of Millersville State College, he was graduated from John Marshall Law School. Chicago, with the class of 1976. He served in the army for three years, one of them in Vietnam. He was a first lieutenant in the infantry, receiving his commission after attending Officer Candidate School. • Buchanio is married to the former Linda K. Ramsden of Rochester. Pa. He is the son of Mary Buchanio. Lebanon. He is associated with the Egli. Reilly. Wolfson and Feeman law firm. Sullivan is the son of Attorney and Mrs. Robert Sullivan and he will be associated in practice with his father. He was graduated from Georgetown Preparatory School. Washington. D.C.. in 1969 and from Georgetown University in 1973. He received his law degree this year from Dickinson Law School. While at Georgetown he was a member of the rowing crew and played rugby. At Dickin-' son he was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. 29% Patrol TOKYO - Of Japan's 190.000 police, 55,000, or 29 per cent, are patrol officers assigned assigned to specific districts. Their base of operations is the koban, or police box, of which there are about 16,000. Cab Death NEW YORK - The first U.S. auto fatality occurred Sept. 13, 1899. Pedestrian Henry H. Bliss, 68, was struck and killed by an electric taxicab taxicab driven by Arthur Smith in New York City. MULTI-SHAKE - Lt. Gov. Ernest P. Kline (left), gave equal handshaking time to his son, Samuel (second from left), and three other new lawyers inducted into practice here Wednes- day afternoon. The other three . .. -. are: Charles P. Buchanio, William E. Schadler and Robert Sullivan Jr. (Daily News Photo) KUGLER'S SEAFOOD 123 NORTH EIGHTH STREET

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 21 Oct 1976, Thu,
  3. Page 56

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