Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on July 3, 1976 · Page 80
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 80

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, July 3, 1976
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20A Lebanon Daily News Bicentennial Edition, Lebanon, Pa., Saturday, July 3, 1976 Seal For Lebanon Proposed By TIM AURENTZ County Kditor MARCH 30 - The City of Lebanon Bicentennial Committee last night announced it will submit its official seal to City Council for consideration as the official seal of the city of Lebanon, which currently has none. A composite of the top four entries in a poster contest sponsored for high school students by the Bicentennial committee last summer, the seal depicts the Statue of Liberty, a scroll-type American flag, the Old Tunnel and industry in Lebanon. The seal is topped by the first place slogan in the motto contest for youths between 9 MICHTER'S DISTILLERY A m erica s Oldest Distillery Established 1753 Michter's Distillery is located just south of Schaefferstown, off Route 501. Placed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Government. Michter's is the last of over 3,000 distilleries which once dotted the countryside in the early 1800's, when Pennsylvania was the leading producer of whiskey in America. Our distillery is the only distillery still in existence which was in operation during the American Revolution. Today we continue to produce the same incomparable Sour Mash Whiskey. In operation in the Old Bomberger Distillery Building is our restored one-barrel-a-day distillery, the smallest legal distillery in America. Happy Birthday America MICHTER'S Tours Daily 10:00 A.M.-4-.30 P.M. "The Whiskey That Warmed The Revolution" 86 Proof. Bottled at Michter's fug House, Historic Schaellerstown, Pa. and 13 years of age held in conjunction with the poster contest. The slogan is "Proud Past-Planned Future." Although the seal is the official Lebanon Bicentennial emblem, it will be up to City Council to decide whether it will be the city's official seal. Souvenir Maps The Bicentennial committee also announced that two Bicentennial souvenir maps of the city of Lebanon will go on sate Monday. One map, a black and white etching of the early settlement of Lebanon on parchment paper, will be sold for $1 plus tax. The other map, a color reproduction of an aerial view of the city, will be sold for $3 plus tax. Maps will be available Monday at Harpels, Murphy's, the State Theatre, the Colony House Gift Shop on Cumberland Street, and the Public Loans Office on South Eighth Street. Other locations will be announced later. Proceeds from the sale of the maps will be used for community activities. The cost of the 1,000 black and white maps for the Bicentennial committee was J95. Two thousand color maps have been made, and $1.50 from the sale of each map will go to Lebanon Valley Offset to cover expenses, and the other $1.50 will go toward community activities. In other business, it was announced that a walking tour of historic sites in Lebanon is planned for each day during Lebanon Week, June 5 to 14. Included in the tour will be Salem Lutheran Church, St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Woman's Club, Moravian Church, St. Luke's Church, the Historical Society building, and Tabor United Church of Christ. Details of the tour will be announced later. It also was announced that the Rev. Wilson Hoyer, pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, has been named as one of two judges for the Bicentennial theme contest sponsored by the State Theatre and the Colony House Gift Shop. All students in the city have been contacted through the schools to invite them to participate in the contest. Themes, which must be 76 words or less, may be sent to Bicen Theme Contest, P.O. Box 117, Lebanon Pa. 17042, from April 1 through May 15. Will Award Trophies Trophies will be awarded at a kaffee klatch, movie and flea market, sponsored jointly by WAHT and the State Theater at the theater June 8. The contest has two categories, one for those 14 years and younger, a nd one for those older tha n 15. The committee announced it will contact all city organizations to set up activities during the community picnic at Coleman Park, June 9. A performance of Indian dances and community bands is planned for the picnic, as well as a performance by the recreated Hanover Rifle Battalion. A liberty pole will be dedicated, and a time capsule buried during the activities. The committee also announced that it will furnish beverages during the picnic. An application for matching funds for extra police and fire protection during the community picnic and the Town Meeting '76 wUl be made to the state, the committee announced. The town meeting will be held at Lebanon High School June 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is sponsored by the Lebanon Kiwanis Club. Only Event The committee also announced that the Downtown Arts Festival is the only event to be planned for June 12 in order not fo interfere with Myerstown's Libery • Day parade scheduled for that day. In other business, the committee donated $50 to the Lebanon Mrs. Jaycees to form Belle chapters in the city. Money raised by the chapters will be used for community Bicentennial activities. The next meeting of the city's Bicentennial committee will be held April 19 at 7 p.m. in room 306 of the Municipal Building. All interested citizens are urged to attend. Speed Limit 56 MOSCOW — The Soviet Union recently set a speed Hmit of 90 kilometers per hour, or about 56 m.p.h. Feed Business BUILDING BUILT 1836 — STILL BEING USED Horst's Mill was bought by the Wenger Family in 1920. Laban who is still active in the business sold the business to his sons, Amos and Henry, in 1961. Amos then bought his brother's share of the business in 1967 and now is owner and operator. The business was started strictly as a feed business. But now has expanded into a full line of lawn and garden equipment, in addition to feed. SIDE VIEW OF PICTURE SHOWN ABOVE BARN ACROSS STREET WHICH WAS PURCHASED BECAUSE OF GROWTH OF BUSINESS HORST'S MILL RD 1, LEBANON, PA. - LOCATED ON THE REXMCNT ROAD - DIAL SCHAEFKRSTOWN 949-3330 MADE IT THEMSELVES, March 29 - (Left to right) Jonathan Lattanze, 10, John Waibel, 11, and Sherie Loose, 10, holds a 13-star flag made by the students in Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13's learning disabilities class at Messiah Lutheran Church, 1800 Oak St. Students made the pattern, cut the materials, and assembled the flag under the direction of teacher Claire Feller and aide Ann Seibert, as a part of Bicentennial activities in the class. Other class members are David Bates, Michelle Berger, Charles Hilton, Eric Koser, Paul Scheer, Lisa Sowers, and Jay Sorrentino. {Daily News Photo) 2O0 YEARS OF FREEDOM MILSAN MILLS LEBANON, PA. *** *** Where opportunity avails itself to everyone and the free enterprise system is alive and well. A LEADER IN THE CUT-UP POULTRY INDUSTRY SINCE 1940 C. f. MANBECK SINCE 1940 Our processing plant has endeavored to produce the best quality poultry possible. Our sales organizations aim to distribute this poultry in the fastest and best manner possible throughout major eastern cities with our own fleet of trucks. Our own retail and wholesale outlets help us control quality from plant to consumer. C. F. MANBECK, INC FARMERS PRIDE, INC.

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