The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania on July 26, 1964 · 9
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The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania · 9

Allentown, Pennsylvania
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Sunday, July 26, 1964
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SECOND 1,000 See Crowning Of Queen at Roseto B-8 SUNDAY CALL-CHRONICLE, Allentown, Fa., July 26. 1964 Luther League Is Challenged To Face World Three hundred and fifty delegates and guests to the Eastern Pennsylvania Luther League convention at Muhlenberg College last night took part in the convention banquet, highlight of the four-day affair. The Rev. James H. Austin of Audubon in speaking in Seegers Union on "The Nation and the World" pointed out how the spirit of Christ working through ordinary men has effected great changes in the modern world. Discussing the many improvements of 20th century life, he said that these would not have been possible without the inspiration of Jesus. Following the banquet the delegates adjourned to Egner Memorial Chapel for a dedication service led by the Rev. Kenneth Frickert, Narberth, chaplain of the group. Following the service each delegate took part in a procession to his or her dormitory. Each carried a lighted candle and sang hymns. Hold Elections During the afternoon Muhlenberg College senior Aubrey N. Bougher of Easton was reelect ed president of the Eastern Pennsylvania group. Sharon Thomas, Norwood, was elected secretary, and Harold W. Ech ols, Philadelphia was named treasurer. Norma Lynn Williams of Al-lentown was elected on Friday a member-at-large of the execu tive committee succeeding Dav id Daubert of Allentown, who did not run for reelection. George F. H. Walters of Spring City, spoke to the group during yesterday afternoon on the history of Muhlenberg col lege. He emphasized the hardships and difficulties which the Rev. Henry Melchoir Muhlen berg, founder of the college, went through in his life to car ry on the Christian faith. Nam Delegates Yesterday morning 25 persons were elected delegates to the in ternational convention to be held Aug. 23-27 at Waterloo, Canada. Area residents elected includ ed Bougher and Daubert as well as David Berg and Suzanne Walter, both of Northampton, and Vicki Hannon bf Bethle hem. Berg and Bougher were reelected. A Christian flag was dedl cated yesterday in honor of 10 former members who have gone into the service of the church One of these, Edward Greena wald of Allentown, will start next month as missionary to North Borneo. The convention will close today with a public morning service in Egner Memorial Chapel at 10:30 a.m. and with a dinner at noon in the Seegers Union The Rev. Dr. Samuel E. Kidd, president of the Eastern Pennsylvania Synod of the Lutheran Church in America will speak on ' Not by Might Nor by row . er." The new officers will be installed at this time. Mayor Gross In Florida For Conclave Mayor John T. Gross is at tending the 40th Anniversary American Municipal Congress in Florida as the official representative of the Pennsylvania League of Cities. Gross is vice president of the PLC. He left for the Miam: Beach conference yesterday Sessions end Wednesday. . On Key Committee Mayor Gross has been named to the association's Community Facilities Committee, a 37 member body which will re view the organization's nation al municipal policy on public works, hospital construction, li braries and the natural gas in dustry. Convention headquarters are at the Fontamebleau Hotel. One of the association's anticv pated actions is a proposal to have urban renewal programs made eligible for nonresidential neighborhoods, such as downtown business districts. t If fT"". Y i t ifi-nnii i r n ,1- m limn i.ii iimMii6'"Hiillmmiiif m -.-i mir Amelia Le Donne of Roseto was' crowned queen of the 71st annual. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church celebrations last night, with James Caiola, a Norristown attorney, officiating. The celebrations, held on the church plaza in Roseto, opened with aerial salutes at noon. The crowning was witnessed by more than 1,000 Attending Queen Amelia Le Donne and Princess Jane Pullo were parish members of the 1964 graduating class of Pius X High School and Bangor Area Joint School. Other Participants They were Elaine Bartolac-ci, Joanne Capobianco, Joanne Comunale, Antoinette Di Pierro, Carmela Farole, Ther esa Jean Greco, Phyllis QUEEN CROWNED James Caiola, Norristown attorney, guest speaker, places crown on Amelia LeDonne, selected queen of the 71st annual Our Lady of Mount Carmel civil and religious celebration held in Roseto. Ex-Boxer's Son Video Actor Aims To Write, Direct For a man who plays a "mental midget," as he terms it, Max Baer Jr, is remarkably intelligent. Although he enjoys his work on TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies," he and Jethro, the character he portrays, are quite different. A one-time amateur boxer (his father was heavyweight champion of the world in 1934), bull-fight enthusiast, dog lover and golf fan, Baer displayed amazing rapport with his fans, particularly the c h i 1 d r e n, as he walked through Hess's yesterday on a luncheon visit and shopping tour. Philosophy Major Baer received a Bachelor of Science degree in commerce from Santa Clara University, a Jesuit school in Santa Clara, Calif. He mi-nored in philosophy, which he admits is his favorite subject, and began work on a master's degree in that field before going into the acting profession. "Actors are gypsies," he claims. "They have to be; their life is necessarily public property. People, in passing, may hear one sentence out of context, and they often get the wrong impression. I may have had some choice about being a 'public personality' when I first began in show business, but not any longer." Wants to Be Writer He states that he w;ll stay with the show as long as it runs on the air, but, being interested in all facets of the theatrical' world, he would someday like to try writing and directing, as well as movie-acting. Baer, who is a bachelor," speaks of his family with great affection. He has a sister, Marian, 18, a student at St. Joseph's Academy. His brother, Jim, 19, is at Santa Clara University. Baer's constant companiou, though, is a German Shepherd named Dolph. Ukrainian Day To Be Celebrated Ukrainian Day will be celebrated Sunday afternoon at Lakewood Park, north of Ta-maqua, by clergy and members of the Shenandoah deanery. msm ' " ' 1 Yp tlx jr. v.- . ;;. r if ft I ) N ' ::A:vJi:;,.: f x illiliiiil - j5 TV ACTORThree-year-old Ann Corbone, Shaker Heights, Ohio, granddaughter of Mrs. Florence Simmons, 113 N. 13th St., Allentown, chats with Max Baer Jr., who plays Jethro in "The Beverly Hillbillies," during visit to Hess's department store. WATCH FOR OUR "LUCKY 9 SALE" Adveiiissmenl in Wednesday's Chronicle 804 Hamilton St. FALL 1964 EVENING SESSION AT MORAVIAN COLLEGE College- Basic Courses for at Degree Accounting Labor Relations Money & Banking " Economics Biology Chemistry Physics Astronomy Registration level Credit Courses High School or General Graduates Aiming Education English French German Russian Spanish Education Mathematics August 24r- Art . History Political Science Philosophy Psychology Religion Sociology September 5 CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 9 For Information Write or Call Director of The Evening Session Moravian College Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Telephone: 865-0742 (Evenings: 865-1330) Kotch, Lorraine Leraris, Con-cetta Scagliotti, Solita Zito, Shirley Powlette, Annette De Cesare and Annette Bozzuto. The flower girl for the queen was Rose Mary Filin-go, and Caroline Trigiani served as flower girl for the princess. The queen's page boy was Angelo Zambone Jr., and for the princess was Dennis Labate. Crown bearer was Michael Filingo. Reveals Secrets The main speaker for the evening was Caiola. He pointed out the secrets of Rosetan happiness, stating that they are found in the community and the church. "The people of Roseto have enjoyed many blessings," he said. "They are peace, har- L W I mony, success and good health." Urges School Aid "Our high schools and elementary schools will not continue to exist without government aid," he said. "It is up to the people to help these schools." Pupils of a Bangor School of Dancing performed, and fireworks at midnight capped the day's celebration. Mass will be celebrated this morning at 7, 8, 9 and 10 a.m. with a solemn high mass at 11 honoring Our Lady of Mount Carmel, patroness of the church. Miss Le Donne, queen of the festival, will crown the statue of bur Lady of Mount Carmel this afternoon at 4:30 a procession will follow. 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