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          Haynesville Shale Gas Production Is Bouncing Back      Cache   Translate Page      
Natural gas production at the Haynesville formation in northwest Louisiana and East Texas has been steadily rising this year to reach its highest level since September 2012. Recovering natural gas prices, coupled with increased initial productivity rates in the Haynesville wells, have been the main drivers of the revival of the region whose production peaked in January 2012, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a recent analysis. Productivity gains in the Haynesville region are expected to continue in the near future as producers…
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Bad start for Allen as this may be his last SHOW me opportunity on a good team. If he fails, expect a trade or buy-out because St Louis is too good to not make the playoffs because of goaltending.
          St Louis Career Fair      Cache   Translate Page      
National Career Fairs is having a hiring event in St. Louis September 18, 2018. The career fair is free for all job seekers. You are encouraged to dress professionally and bring multiple copies of your resumes. Pre-register to attend at: https://www.nationalcareerfairs.com... 11:00 am -2:00 pm Doubletree Hotel St. Louis at Westport 1973 Craigshire Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63146 Free
          Comment on Dodgers Decimate Reds 8-1. Head for St. Louis with Momentum by Bluefan4Life      Cache   Translate Page      
Dodgers salvage a win, and save face (somewhat). Ex-Dodger Peraza once again tried to spoil the Dodger hopes, but the Dodgers prevailed, this time. Will this propell the listless Dodgers into St Louis with a bit of confidence, only time will tell. Stripling faired well upon his return. Well enough to leave the game leading, and the BP held the fort. Once again, Lot of runs, but lots of blown opportunities, as well. Machado, Bellinger, and Kiké still sputtering at the plate. I am still not confident with this pitching staff, or offense. Today’s win has not convinced me that they are playoff worthy.
          Haynesville Shale Gas Production Is Bouncing Back      Cache   Translate Page      
Natural gas production at the Haynesville formation in northwest Louisiana and East Texas has been steadily rising this year to reach its highest level since September 2012. Recovering natural gas prices, coupled with increased initial productivity rates in the Haynesville wells, have been the main drivers of the revival of the region whose production peaked in January 2012, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a recent analysis. Productivity gains in the Haynesville region are expected to continue in the near future as producers…
          Comment on Feasting off unusually warm sea surface waters, Hurricane Florence has exploded in strength by Mike Richardson      Cache   Translate Page      
This really does resemble the situation with Harvey, though with the added danger of potentially much greater wind speed and storm surge. It also uncomfortably reminds me of the stalled massive precipitation system that dumped over two feet of rain in Southeast Louisiana two years ago, resulting in record flooding here. My sympathies to the residents of the Carolinas and surrounding areas. Any place that gets more than two feet of rain in 24 hours or less can expect catastrophic flooding. For areas inland of the storm's landfall, this may the greatest threat to life and property.
          L.A. Chamber Orchestra Collaborates With Four Larks For SESSION      Cache   Translate Page      

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO), in collaboration with Four Larks, presents SESSION, an innovative performance experience curated by composer and LACO Artist Educator Derrick Spiva Jr and designed to explore classical music's cutting-edge sounds and challenge traditional concert-going expectations, on Thursday, October 4, 2018, 8 pm (doors open at 7:30 pm), at Hauser & Wirth in Downtown LA's Arts District. The evening of music, linked by sonic metaphors, composed by an array of national and international composers, and performed by LACO musicians and others, also offers a "hang" with the artists and a drink ticket for ticketholders, plus food available for purchase.

The program features a world premiere by Spiva, a rising African-American composer long associated with LACO. Titled The Body Overcome, it is a peaceful meditation for string quartet, wind quartet, percussion, voice and oud (a pear shaped Middle Eastern lute with West African, Indian and Eastern European influences. Also performed are Conor Brown's Hirvi ("The Elk"), a jubilant work for double quintet and voice influenced by Norwegian and Eastern European music traditions; Reena Esmail's String Quartet (Ragamala), which blends Indian and Western classical music styles; selections from Salina Fisher's abstract T?rino, a string quartet inspired by Maori p?t?rino (traditional flute of New Zealand); and movements from Juan Pablo Contreras' celebratory Angel Mestizo for harp, double quintet and percussion. Acclaimed Hindustani vocalist Saili Oak demonstrates her tremendous versatility, performing in Hindustani classical style on Spiva's and Esmail's works and in Finnish on Brown's.

"These composers and their music serve as bridges between musical traditions, emphasizing the connections between things that may initially appear to be dissimilar," says Spiva, who served as LACO Composer In Residence in the 2015-16 season and is noted for conducting, composing and teaching styles that reflect the multicultural atmosphere of Los Angeles, where he lives and works.

"LACO's Artist Educator Derrick Spiva, Jr is working closely with us to help expand upon LACO's commitment to support music creators, provide meaningful music education opportunities and increase community access to music," explains LACO Executive Director Scott Harrison. "SESSION, LACO's newest performance experience, is designed to appeal to those who may be unfamiliar with classical music as well as those curious about the ways in which the genre is shifting and progressing."

SESSION continues in Winter 2019 with conductor/composer Matthias Pintscher and in spring 2019 with conductor/composer and wild Up director Christopher Rountree, whose work stands at the intersection of classical music, new music, performance art and pop. Programs fit the unique properties of unconventional spaces and test ideas about the relationship between performers and audience. (Dates and details to be announced.)

Spiva, who holds a BA from UCLA and an MFA from CalArts, was awarded a composer residency with LACO through New Music USA's "Music Alive" program for the Orchestra's 2015-16 season, during which LACO gave the world premiere of his joyous work Prisms, Cycles, Leaps, the first part of his trilogy for chamber orchestra, influenced by traditional West African music and Hindustani rhythmic cycles. In May 2018, LACO premiered the second part, From Here A Path. This season, Sphinx Virtuosi gives the New York premiere of Spiva's A Vision Unfolding at Carnegie Hall. Spiva is noted for conducting, composing and teaching styles that reflect the multicultural fabric of Los Angeles, where he lives and works. He weaves music across multiple cultures into his musical vocabulary by using integrative composition techniques that seek common ground between different musical traditions, creating works that break down the boundaries between musical genres. He received the prestigious New Music USA award in both 2010 and 2011 and has served as a teaching artist for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, instructor for the Community Arts Partnership program at CalArts and Artistic Director and conductor for the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra. Spiva is also Artistic Director of the new music ensemble Bridge to Everywhere. He studied classical music as a student of Ian Krouse, Paul Chihara, David Rosenboom and Alex Shapiro while also studying West African music and dance with Kobla Ladzepko, Persian music theory with Pirayeh Pourafar and Houman Pourmehdi, Balkan music theory with Tzvetanka Varimezova, and tala in Hindustani classical music with Swapan Chaudhuri and Aashish Khan.

Oak, a finalist on the popular Indian singing reality TV series Zee Marathi's Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, is a disciple of Dr. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande, a leading vocalist of the Jaipur-Atrauli gharana. She has established her own musical identity, incorporating classical and semi-classical musical styles into traditional Indian technique. In addition to performing throughout India, Oak has appeared at the Summer Sounds festival at the Hollywood bowl, Vedic Heritage in New York and Beyond Borders at the University of Maine. With several albums and singles to her credit, Oak is the first Hindustani singer to perform with a symphony orchestra.

Brown, a composer and clarinetist from Altona, Colorado, finds musical inspiration in the sweeping prairies, big sky and jagged peaks of the American West. His compositions often feature complex, driving rhythms, sustained tension and ornamentation influenced by folk music from around the world. He has had works commissioned by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra and many others.

Contreras, born in Guadalajara, Mexico, is a Los Angeles-based classical music composer who incorporates Mexican popular and folk music into his works. He received a LACO commission for its In Focus series that will be premiered this spring. Recognized as "one of the most prominent young composers of Latin America" (Milenio), Contreras' music has been performed by the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, the Salta and Cordoba symphonies in Argentina and the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela. The recipient of the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award and Mexican Endowment for the Arts and Culture Young Artist Fellowship, Contreras has served as composer-in-residence at the Turtle Bay Music School and the Concerts on the Slope chamber music series in New York. He holds degrees in composition from the Manhattan School of Music (MM) and CalArts (BFA), and is currently pursuing a DMA degree at the USC Thornton School of Music.

Esmail, a Los Angeles-based Indian-American composer whose musical compositions span the worlds of Indian and Western classical music, has worked with the Kronos Quartet, Salastina Music Society, American Composers Orchestra and SOLI, among many others. Currently the Composer in Residence for Street Symphony, she previously served in similar posts with the Albany Symphony, Concerts on the Slope and Pasadena Master Chorale. Esmail, who has taught at Yale College and the Manhattan School of Music, received a Fulbright scholarship to study Hindustani music in India. Her doctoral thesis, entitled Finding Common Ground: Uniting Practices in Hindustani and Western Art Musicians, explores the methods and challenges of the collaborative process between Hindustani musicians and Western composers.

Fisher is a New Zealand composer and violinist currently based in New York. Her work, which explores the musical traditions of Japan and New Zealand, with experiments in timbre and colour, has been performed internationally by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra and St Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra, among others. In 2016, Fisher became the youngest ever winner of the SOUNZ Contemporary Award, New Zealand's premier composition prize, for her work Rainphase. In 2017, she won the prestigious award again for T?rino, commissioned in 2016 by Chamber Music New Zealand. She is currently studying for a Master of Music in Composition at Manhattan School of Music with composer/performer Susan Botti.

Four Larks, creative producers and art directors of SESSION, is noted for blurring the lines between dance, theater and opera. The organization, which operates in the back of a flower shop in downtown LA, has garnered acclaim for its award-winning "junkyard operas" that combine large-scale immersive design with innovative orchestration and dynamic physical theatre. Composer/Director Mat Sweeney and Creative Producer Sebastian Peters-Lazaro have been creating original work as Four Larks since 2008. Alongside an international collective of collaborators, Four Larks works variously as chamber-pop band, physical theatre ensemble and immersive space-makers.

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) ranks among the world's top musical ensembles. Beloved by audiences and praised by critics, the Orchestra is known as a champion of contemporary composers, with eight ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, as well as a preeminent interpreter of historical masterworks. Headquartered in the heart of the country's cultural capital, LACO has been proclaimed "America's finest chamber orchestra" (Public Radio International), "LA's most unintimidating chamber music experience" (Los Angeles magazine), "resplendent" (Los Angeles Times) and "one of the world's great chamber orchestras"(KUSC Classical FM). Performing throughout greater Los Angeles, the Orchestra presents orchestral, Baroque and chamber concerts, as well as salon evenings in private spaces and unique experiences that explore classical music's cutting-edge sounds. Jaime Martín, praised as "a visionary conductor, discerning and meticulous" (Platea Magazine), is LACO's Music Director Designate and takes the podium as Music Director in the 2019-20 season.

Steinway is the official piano of Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

Tickets are $35 (includes drink ticket) and may be purchased online at laco.org or by calling LACO at 213 622 7001 x 1. Hauser & Wirth is located at 901 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013.


          Duże sztuczne zbiorniki wody w Chinach powodują trzęsienia ziemi.      Cache   Translate Page      

Naukowcy z centrum medycznego Uniwersytetu St Louis i Chińskiego Uniwersytetu Geologicznego odkryli, że zbiorniki zlokalizowane na terenie chińskiej elektrowni wodnej "Trzy wąwozy" wywołują trzęsienia ziemi.
          The Lehighton Boys and Girls Band      Cache   Translate Page      


The nostalgia overwhelms me.
It’s been forty- years since I joined the band. 
Camp Blakslee - Lehighton Boys Band in 1911.  (All photos, unless otherwise noted, are property of the Lehighton
Boys and Girls Band.  Use of these photos is prohibited unless permission granted by the board.)
March 21, 1920 - Without hats here, with hats below.

Mel Hill is playing the saxophone, his posture exactly matching my memory of him.  He was of the second generation of the Lehighton Boys and Girls Band.  In Mel’s time it was only for the boys however.  The name and rules changed in 1980/1981.
Mel Hill playing the saxophone in a 1982
Big Band Ambassadors Concert in Lehighton.

(Paula Farkas, Gail Faust Rakos and Donna Ringeisen Maleski were pioneers.  By being the first females to enter the band in over 50 years, they took their share of abuse from some of the boys.)

I remember fearing Mel Hill.  Not because he was a robust veteran of the last Great War but because he ran a tight ship.  He had a long experience doing what he did, and he did it well.  It wasn’t long for this fear of mine to evolve into a deep respect.  That respect has grown stronger and more complete in my current memory.  Standing in this hall, I wish my current self could meet Mel all over again. 

The framed charcoal-sketch of the band’s chief benefactor, James I. Blakslee, the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General of the United States, appointed by President Wilson, still calls my attention.
James I. Blakslee's sketch as it hands at the band hall.
The benefactor of not only the Lehighton Boys and Girls
Band but in other Lehighton institutions as well.
After all he has done for Lehighton, perhaps it is
time that our town can set things right by
correctly spelling "Blakeslee" Blvd.

The hall is empty.  It is more or less exactly the same.  They’ve modernized the windows from the metal-frame, single-paned and glazed, drafty windows from 1957.  The walls are the same, but now painted a light blue.  The mission of the place is unchanged.

The echoes are still here.  I’m reminded of coming in for my weekly lesson. This shell has two modes.  Quiet and serene versus the punctuated echoes of notes.  The peace of the place always waiting to be filled with notes. 

Notes from beginners, a member of the preparatory “Prep Band” struggles through the weak, unintended side-toned squeaks of a clarinet during his weekly lesson.  The hesitant, clumsy beats of the drummer, unaware of his acceleration, is reined in by the director’s taps of the baton on the metal chair.



It cannot be escaped.  It was true for me then in a way that differs for me now.
The Sixth and Cypress Street location of the hall as it was being
built c. 1957.

The same scents are in the air, though less prominent.  The years of dances, spittle from the horn section, and floor wax, all mingle to form the hall’s unique scent.
This photo from c. 1960 shows then director Charles Fronheiser
giving weekly lessons to five trumpet players.  Fronheiser was a graduate
of the band and so was his son Charles Jr.  It looks like Lynn Solt is closest
to the camera.






The Lehighton Boys and Girls Band’s existence is a saga.  Independent notes of effort from many, blending their talents into a sometimes cacophonous harmony. 
The hall as it looked after its completion in 1957.  See the end notes
for a picture of the dedication from that day.
Membership used to be 75 cents per week.  That bought your weekly half-hour lesson and one hour session with the whole band.  In my day, it was $2 per week.  
A c. 1976 picture by Bob Fatzinger.

Current director Alyssa Schoch was a 5th grade student of mine.  She took over the reins of the band in January of 2016. 

Blakslee was the self-made man of Asa Packer’s nephew who had an ability, energy, and foresight to start projects worth working on and seeing them through.  He became secretary of the state democrats during a factious time of restructuring, endearing him to then New Jersey Governor Woodrow Wilson.

Blakslee did the things he saw needed doing.  He was fond of the phrase, “Everyone has their own row to hoe.”

But as legend has it, before leaving town for his new duties in the Wilson administration, he asked the band hall to return $500 to him.  Not because he needed it.  The money could only have been a fraction of what he shelled out to start the band.  He asked for this because it was his way of saying “I gave you a hand up, not a hand out.”  

The band evolved out of Blakslee’s involvement with Lehigh Engine #2.  The Lehighton Boys Band was originally the Lehigh Engine #2 Company band, started in 1910.  There was also a time when there was a separate Lehighton Girls Band as well.  (See the pictures of both boys and girls in the picture at Saylor’s Lake.)
The Lehighton Boys Band encampment at Saylors Lake - 1913

The Lehighton Boys and the separate Lehighton Girls Bands stayed for 10 days at a time at Saylor's Lake to perfect
their craft in the summertime in the style of camp as well as being the "house" band to perform for other guests at the resort.


From the Morning Call, August 1927.
Though the band’s impetus began with Blakslee, it fell to numerous others to hoe many hard rows for Lehighton’s young musicians.  Much musical fruit was borne of the efforts of the Board of Directors and the Ladies Auxiliary.   They made civic pleas for financial aid from the community.  The directors held bank notes to keep weekly dues at a minimum to ensure nearly everyone in town could afford to join.

I think fondly of A. Henry Reiss, a man I never met.  He was the band’s first musical director.  He couldn’t have been paid very much.  The papers liked to mention how he came from New York, as if that added extra value to his efforts.  To know the man’s gifts is to know the true measure of the man.

Despite what I assume was low-pay, it surprised me how content he looked.  He was obviously doing something he loved.  He looks solid, as if he were composed of solid brick and mortar.  Born in New York, Reiss arrived in Lehighton in 1911 from his job in a music store in Richland County, South Carolina at the age of 35. 
This undated photo, most likely at a concert at same Pocono resort or lake is from the 1940s when the band wore
blue capes.  The director is Charles Kuebler of Jim Thorpe (Mauch Chunk).
The Lehighton Boys Band in 1914 with their first director A. Henry Reiss-
Seated (l to r): William Frantz, Harold Rex, Walter Frederick, Harold Oswald,William Heberling, Warren Thamarus, Herb Fritch, Peters, Herbert Kresge, Wesley Shaffer, Randall Brassee, Harold Hontz, Thomas Bryan, and Donald "Toots" Bryan.
Standing: Floyd Trainer, FLoyd Harleman, William Smith, Norman Ronemus, Ritter, Howard Blank, Delroy Rehrig, Reed Brower, Harold Stermer (front), Paul Radcliff, Clifford Fenstermacher, George Ashner, Earl Snyder, Warren Ronemus, Ray Moulthrop, William Hontz, Ervin "Irving" Young, Daivd Roth, and Harold Rehrig.

Board of Directors 1976
Front (l to r): Robert Fetterman, Carl Hochberg, Larry Markley, Paul Gross, Walter Hoover, and Mel Hill.
Middle: Richard Ashner, Carmen Hill, George Markley, Elliot "Sammy" Markley, Chester Kleintop, and Ed Christman.
Back: Paul Smith, Mel Everett, Franklin Fisher, Bruce Begel, and Ed Mertz.
The directors of the band had rich backgrounds.  Taking over after Reiss was Arthur Guimes, a Greek-born graduate of Boston Conservatory.  His obituary in 1922 described him as “a musician of note and one of the most widely-known bandmasters of this region.”

I remember playing in both the Prep and the Senior band at many cake walks.  Sometimes at church festivals and sometimes on the band hall grounds itself for the annual fundraising block party with games of chance, funnel cake, and bingo games inside. 

1976 Ladies Auxillary - Front: Unknown.
Middle: Unknown, Melba Gross, Mae Markley, Unknown, Florence Kresge, Florence Fronheiser (Director Fronheiser's wife).
Back: Virginia Hill, Maureen Markley, Unknown, Anna (LaRose) Everett, and Gloria Reichard.
(Please help identify these ladies by contacting me through Facebook or at rabenold@ptd.net.)  
Unfortunately we do not know any of these ladies from the Ladies Auxillary. 
Please help by contacting me on Facebook or at rabenold@ptd.net.

The Prep band would play for the cake walk in the afternoon, followed by the Senior Band, and sometimes the Dance Band or pieces of Mel Hill’s Big Band Ambassadors would entertain the evening crowd.

I remember the annual bus rides to Dorney Park, chaperoned by Mel Hill and sometimes Chester Kleintop and Elliot “Sammy” Markley.  (Yes the same man who patrolled LaRoses skating rink with his whistle.) 
The 1978 Lehighton Boys Band Board of Directors - Front (l to r): Mel Hill, Jerry Reed, Mel Everett, George Markley, and
Elliot "Sammy" Markley.  Middle: Paul Smith, Paul Gross, Chester Kleintop, Carl Hochberg, and Dale Burnhauser.
Back: Larry Markley, Unknown, Ken Leffler.

Here is a list compiled by someone in the band hall listing all the
graduates of the band who have gone on to continue their life in music.
Both men were regular fixtures around the hall.  We boys were unaware of all their hard work.  At one time, the band hall held Friday night dances with live music.  The hall of course was built for this.  It had bandstand risers at one end and spacious room for dancing on its hard wood floors.  

The risers look handmade.  They are unchanged since before my youth.  I can imagine a Saturday afternoon when members of the board, ever careful with each dollar, pitched in to construct them.  I can say this because though they are sturdy and long lasting, they are far from the perfection of a seasoned wood-worker.  These were made with love, not for profit.

The ladies Auxiliary sold cookbooks with recipes donated from members and friends of the band hall.  These fundraisers were essential to keep the dues at such a low rate of $2 per week.  The hall still holds Sunday night bingo each week.
Late 1950s/early 1960s- Lehighton Memorial Day Services - Saluting those
fallen at sea with the Lehighton Boys and Girls Band in the background on
the Weissport bridge..

We members of the band were always busy each Memorial Day weekend. We'd drive all around, conveyed by some old rickety bus from Rehrig's transportation.  Had you asked me then, I'd have sworn they invented these places just to make our days all that much longer.  

But there's something my current self draws from that today.  It has drawn me closer to the significance of  Memorial Day ever since, a sensation that grows stronger with age.  It cannot be explained.

We'd play music at both small and intimate ceremonies around small family plots of graves and in the main Memorial Day Parade in town.  This tradition continues today.  

And of course there were the many other parades: Halloween, Veterans Day, and Firemen’s parades too.

Looking back at the dedication and what it meant to be in the band is what strikes me now.  I delayed my own entry to the band through my own reluctance.  (Perhaps ‘reticence’ would be a better word?)

My two older brothers played the trumpet as our father did in the band.  Though I consider myself quite dependent on my love of music today, I really had little enthusiasm to join as a 10-year-old. 

After a year of putting off my mother’s urging, I finally agreed to make some noise as part of the percussion section, certainly this agreed with my sense of fulfilling my parents’ wishes and appeasing my desire to invest as little as possible (i.e. I wouldn’t even have to learn musical notes, just beats!)
The 1948 Prep Band Spring Concert - Director Fronheiser

My dad left the band when he entered the Marine Corps in June 1948.   After Parris Island he was accepted into the Marine Corps Divisional band.  At that time, the Marine Corps was able to send only fifteen cadets from the entire nation, into the Navy School of Music in Washington DC.  My dad and his cousin Nuny got two of those fifteen spots, mainly because they had been members of the Lehighton Boys Band.  (To read more about these men, click here.)

Many former Lehighton Boys Band members went on to careers in music and particularly in the service bands.  When my dad arrived at the school, the director greeted him and his cousin Raymond “Nuny” Rabenold with enthusiasm, as the band’s reputation had preceded their arrival.  Nuny’s father Raymond was the longtime secretary of the Board of Directors with his mother Edith on the Ladies Auxiliary Board.
Finally earning your jacket, and moving from the Prep band
to Senior band was a big occasion.  Here Donald Getz gives his brother Neil
his jacket while Director Charles Fronheiser looks on.
(Morning Call - 25 April 1955)
Here Director Daniel Troxell hands the ceremonial jacket to Donald Fisher.  From Troxell: John Hanosek, Keith Holland, Kristen David, Duane Heydt, Amy Lobien, Ryan Behler, Allison Leffler, Steve Figura, David Carpenter, and Michelle Gombert.
November 1941 -Veterans Day Parade

The brand new Lehighton High School was dedicated on September 4th,
1918.  On September 4, 2018, the Lehighton Area School District opened
its brand new elementary center to students 100 years to the day later.
“Back in the day,” in the early days of the band, music was everywhere.  There was no large public gathering of people without it.  The fair, church festivals, parades, private parties, building dedications, ad infinitum: people danced and cake walked to live music.  Digitized sound has supplanted the live musician.


Lehighton’s first generation of band hall musicians begins with A. Henry Reiss and Hontz’s Pirates.  Reiss was the first director.  Passing onto the second generation, under the direction of Charles Kuebler, we have the “Lehighton Boys Band March,” written by Kuebler in the 1930s.  

Within those first generations of musicians under Reiss and a Greek-born director Arthur Guimes were Charles Fronheiser.  First as musicians themselves and later to conduct the band.  Fronheiser and Hill combined to lead the band from 1946 up to 1980. 
Not only did the Lehighton Boys and Girls Band stay and play at Saylor Lake, but so did former band hall student Ervin "Irving" Young.  (See the circle above.)

One of Ervin "Irving" Young's first bands, here at the stage of the Lehighton High stage in 1920s - L-R: Frank Drumheller, Robert Montz, Ervin Young, Floyd Harleman, Harold Oswald, and Frank Whitman. 
Ervin "Irving" Young's "Peerless Sextet" in Lehighton in the 1920s.  (This photo courtesy of the Young Family.)
Busy Summer- Ervin Young's band had plenty of
work in the summer of 1921.  This ad from July,
the next one lower right from August.

The national music scene was reflected within our own bands.  Ervin “Irving” Young’s first band in the 1920s was the “Peerless Sextet.”  The men plainly doubled on more than one instrument, but it featured Irving on drums, a trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, and two xylophones. 

The piano, drums and guitars were considered part of the rhythm section.  In the Big Bands, there were these same essential pieces, with the addition of an expanded brass section of 3 to 6 saxophones, trumpets, and trombones.  Tubas were in fashion early, but exchanged later for the stand-up double bass. 

This was reflected in Ervin’s later band, “Irving Young and his Californians."  From 1925 through 1926, Young’s band toured extensively with vaudeville and film star Frank Farnum, who was known as an “eccentric” dancer of the Charleston.  
Ervin and a bandmate have fun showing their
high billing in the newly built Earle Theatre
in Philadelphia.  It was the most lavishly
decorated and expensive decors of all
city theaters at that time.

Ervin was also known to play for cruise ship bands.  One ship, known as the “Evangeline” was based in New York City.  The Irving Young and his Californians played extensively on this ship in the early, pre-WWII, 1940s.  He also played around Lake Hopatcong in New Jersey.

However, in the era of my family, it was the Hill family that meant so much to Lehighton music.  

Melvin Hill directed the band from 1962 to 1980.  Brothers Carmen and Maynard were also part of Mel’s various musical endeavors.  Claude and Esther Hill were a five star family during the war.
 
The 16 Masters of Music at Flagstaff, Summer 1948 - Maynard Hill (at mic), Mel Hill (center saxophone), and Carmen Hill on piano.  Mahlon Kistler Jr., of Lehighton Hardware is back row, right trumpet.
Ervin "Irving" Young and his band in St Louis - February 1926

June 1947 Morning Call.
After the war, the Hill brothers started a big band known as the “16 Masters of Music” (the number was sometimes 15).  

It featured Maynard Hill on vocals, Carmen on piano (part of the rhythm section) and Mel on saxophone.  They played regularly at Flagstaff Moonlight Ballroom in the summer of 1948.
Ruth Franks, mother of Lehighton artist and designer
Ruth Bush provided vocals to the Big Band
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          Group Underwriter Sr. Waukesha, WI, Indy, IN, St Louis, MO, Louisville, KY, PS2751      Cache   Translate Page      
WI-Waukesha, Description Anthem, Inc. is one of the nation's leading health benefits companies and a Fortune Top 50 company. At Anthem, Inc., we are working together to transform health care with trusted and caring solutions. Bring your expertise to our innovative culture where you will have the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives, and to take your career further than you can imagine. Responsibl
          'Boom Foreshadows Doom': Anniversary Of Lehman's Collapse Reminder Of What May Yet Come      Cache   Translate Page      
'Boom Foreshadows Doom': Anniversary Of Lehman's Collapse Reminder Of What May Yet Come

By Anjan V. Thakor, Washington University in St Louis

Only a decade has passed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and it seems the mortgage crisis and subsequent Great Recession are already ancient history in the minds of many investors, bankers and regulators.

All it took was a few short years of low default rates and good loan growth to re-create the kind of heady atmosphere of irrational exuberance that transforms staid bankers into high-wire risk takers.

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          (St. Louis) CZ 75 P-01 OD Green ULTRA RARE and hard to get - $ 600      Cache   Translate Page      
Hard to find and hard to get I am brand new condition with multiple additions.

* 9MM Luger
* Virtually brand new
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* over 200 rounds of ammo
* 20 Self defense rounds
* Holster
* gun cleaning kit
* original box and paperwork
* ULTRA RARE and hard to find OD Green
* over $725 in value with all pictured
* Only selling to help with a fundraiser 


I can meet anywhere within decent driving distance of St Louis. Please call or text with any questions. Must be over 21, legal to purchase a firearm and willing to do a BOS. Listed multiple places and will go FAST so FCFS and NO HOLDS. Cash only.

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          Rayne gearing up for Nov. 3 ‘OST Day’ Celebration      Cache   Translate Page      

In conjunction with the third annual official Old Spanish Trail Celebration slated Saturday, Nov. 3, in downtown Rayne near The Depot, the all-call is being extended to all antique and vintage cars.
As announced by Chairman Eddie Palmer and OST Committee members, this year’s event is hoping to be bigger and better with the addition of more participants.
“Drive about, cruise around and drive in” to the special reserved parking area for participants on the 200 block of East Louisiana Ave. just across the railroad tracks from The Depot Square (in front of The Warehouse).
Drivers and passengers in the cars are being asked to dress in costumes corresponding to the year of their vehicle (not required).
To confirm participation, send email mesage to Eddie Palmer at epalme@bellsouth.net or call 337-232-9320 or 337-334-2234.
Focal point of the day-long celebration of the third anniversary of when Rayne was designated the first official “Old Spanish Trail City” will be The Depot Square between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
In addition to the antique and vintage car display, food vendors, displays, memorabilia, music, arts and crafts and demonstrations featuring transportation relics and frontier themes will be available.
The Depot Square will also house a number of exhibits and displays depicting the history of the OST, along with food and refreshments.
A special display will be presented at The Bank near the former Mervine Kahn building where special oldies -- but goodies -- will be on display, along with an historical slide presentation of yesteryear provided by Tony Olinger.
Palmer and the OST Committee has been working tirelessly and planning a celebration that not only will be fun and entertaining for the entire family, but one that will recognize the historical and cultural significance of the Old Spanish Trail, which stretches nearly 3,000 miles across eight states in the southern area of the country from St. Augustine, Florida, to San Diego, California.
The event is free and open to the public.


          Powerball Winning Numbers September 12 Results Tonight Released      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Powerball winning numbers for September 12, 2018 results tonight have just been released to news. There was no Powerball winner last draw and no Mega Millions winner last night either. So will there be a Powerball winner tonight? Your new Powerball winning numbers are 6, 28, 48, 63, 64, Powerball: 24, […]
          Hurricane Florence Projected Path: Final Evacuation Today      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Florence Projected Path update came with a warning today. Namely today is the final day to evacuate. Residents are under mandatory evacuation orders to leave now, and only have about 2 hours remaining to evacuate. A Hurricane Florence Projected Path update reveals the storm’s winds will arrive tomorrow. But […]
          FedEx Cup Rankings: FedEx Cup Winner Battle 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – FedEx Cup Rankings 2018 were updated after the BMW Championship. And in one week the FedEx Cup winner will be named at the Tour Championship. FedEx Cup Rankings has Bryson DeChambeau in first at 5789 points. Justin Rose is in second at 4391 points. But Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson, and Justin […]
          Tour Championship Leaderboard 2018: FedEx Cup Winner Battle      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The Tour Championship Leaderboard 2018 action starts in one week. The winner of the PGA Tour Championship 2018 will also reveal the winner of the FedEx Cup 2018. Thirty golfers after last weekend’s event will compete, not this week, but next week in the Tour Championship. Officials tell news “The top […]
          Group Underwriter Sr. Waukesha, WI, Indy, IN, St Louis, MO, Louisville, KY, PS2751      Cache   Translate Page      
WI-Waukesha, Description Anthem, Inc. is one of the nation's leading health benefits companies and a Fortune Top 50 company. At Anthem, Inc., we are working together to transform health care with trusted and caring solutions. Bring your expertise to our innovative culture where you will have the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives, and to take your career further than you can imagine. Responsibl
          Por 500€ Mês é Possível Alugar Este Apartamento Com WC e Cozinha Na Mesma Divisão      Cache   Translate Page      

Um anúncio de um apartamento para alugar em St Louis, nos Estados Unidos, ficou viral devido à configuração invulgar da habitação que tem no mesmo espaço a cozinha e o WC. Não existe qualquer divisão, nem sequer uma cortina, que separe a zona da cozinha da zona do WC. Este pequeno apartamento com 18,4 localiza-se num edifício com 111 anos, na Avenida McPherson, 4917, no bairro rico de Central West End, em St. Louis, que anteriormente era composto por doze luxuosos apartamentos, mas foi convertido em 50 mini apartamentos, sendo este o mais pequeno de todos.   Harold Karabell, da

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          Customer Service Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
MO-ST LOUIS, Customer Service Representative The pay is $11.00 per hour or $12.00 per hour if you are fluent in Spanish. About the Opportunity: Answering inbound calls and processing orders in a very fast-paced, call center environment for a large holding company who produces and bundles items for secure packages. Core Responsibilities: • Answering inbound calls to process customer orders • Assist customer wit
          Customer Service Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
MO-ST LOUIS, Customer Service Representative The pay is $11.00 per hour or $12.00 per hour if you are fluent in Spanish. About the Opportunity: Answering inbound calls and processing orders in a very fast-paced, call center environment for a large holding company who produces and bundles items for secure packages. Core Responsibilities: • Answering inbound calls to process customer orders • Assist customer wit
          Art Spotlight: SphereBot      Cache   Translate Page      

London based Blender artist Louis du Mont shares the creation of his SphereBot. He used a combination of Blender+Substance Painter for the bot and some quick photogrammetry for the ground, and the result is amazing! My name is Louis du Mont, I’m a 3D Artist working at a London, UK based company called Formation. I [...]

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          What is a Bodhisattva?      Cache   Translate Page      

What is a Bodhisattva?

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The compassionate Buddhist deity who walks among us.
A bodhisattva is a Buddhist deity who has attained the highest level of enlightenment, but who delays their entry into Paradise in order to help the earthbound. The bodhisattva, known in Sanskrit as Avalokiteśvara, takes both male and female form and is associated with the qualities of mercy and compassion; its Chinese incarnation, Guanyin – who is always represented as female – translates as the ‘perceiver of sounds’. Guanyin, Buddhists believe, can recognise the cries of all those who suffer on earth and guide them towards salvation.The earliest source for the doctrines of Avalokiteśvara is in the 25th chapter of the Lotus Sutra, one of the foundation texts of Mahayana Buddhism, which originated in India around the beginning of the first century AD. Other sources claim that the sun and the moon were born of this bodhisattva’s eyes. Ideas and images associated with Avalokiteśvera have been of particular influence on Chinese and Japanese literature, such as The Tale of Genji, written by the 11th-century noblewoman Murasaki Shikabu, which tells the romantic, picaresque story of the son of an ancient Japanese emperor. Some scholars have argued that it has claim to be the first novel.This statue of Avalokiteśvara, now on display in the St Louis Art Museum, depicts the bodhisattva seated, with legs folded as if meditating. It is made of a single woodblock, decorated with quartz and carnelian, and was made in China at the time of the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127).

          Art Spotlight: SphereBot      Cache   Translate Page      

London based Blender artist Louis du Mont shares the creation of his SphereBot. He used a combination of Blender+Substance Painter for the bot and some quick photogrammetry for the ground, and the result is amazing! My name is Louis du Mont, I’m a 3D Artist working at a London, UK based company called Formation. I [...]

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          OSP Field Engineering Technician 3      Cache   Translate Page      
MO-St Louis, Talascend is currently seeking an OSP Field Engineering Technician 3 for a contract opportunity located in St. Louis County, MO. OVERVIEW: The OSP Field Engineering Technician functions in a mid level Engineering capacity. Performs field ride out, data collection, and design of aerial, underground, and buried fiber optic facilities. Under general supervision, performs functions requiring intermedi
          Truck Ownership, Driver's Residence At Issue In Missouri Insurance Appeal      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS - A Missouri appeals court is set to decide whether a trial court erred in finding that a grandmother owned the car she bought for her grandson and whether his stays with her constituted a residence after hearing oral arguments on Sept. 4 (Columbia Mutual Ins. Co. v. Crystal Lee, No. SD 35153, Mo. App.).
          Performance 26 18-Speed Shimano St Louis Park      Cache   Translate Page      
 I am selling our Performance 26 18-Speed Shimano bike. I just pulled it out of storage, filled up the tires, and took it for a spin. Everything works great! The only thing I noticed is that the front tire is bulging slightly (see picture). I'm gues

          Project Manager PMP      Cache   Translate Page      
MO-Saint Louis, Randstad is seeking qualified candidates for a Project Manager opportunity in St Louis with our client, who is an innovative leader in the field of agriculture and biotechnology. In this role you will execute and control the project plan via core PMI project management activities, financial tracking and reporting resource forecasting and management, and project timeline development and maintenance
          Texas A&M QB Mond looks to build on big game against Clemson      Cache   Translate Page      
Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond turned heads by throwing for a career-high 430 yards as the Aggies came just short of knocking off No. 2 Clemson. Despite his strong performance Mond knows he must improve this week against Louisiana-Monroe before the Aggies begin SEC play at top-ranked Alabama on Sept. 22. The expectations were high for Mond from the moment he arrived on campus.
          Hurricane Florence Projected Path, Arrival: Flooding Fears Grow      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Florence Projected Path has been updated today. Florence’s arrival in North Carolina and South Carolina starts today with weaker winds than expected. But the hazards of rain and massive flooding have grown. A Hurricane Florence Projected Path update still leaves evacuated residents guessing if the arrival will be further […]
          Hurricane Isaac Projected Path: Puerto Rico Update      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Isaac Projected Path for Puerto Rico has been updated today. After Hurricane Maria comments headlined news yesterday, Hurricane Isaac could now deliver massive rain to Puerto Rico as well. Isaac’s path is not directly aimed at Puerto Rico. But his rains will impact the island. A Hurricane Isaac Projected […]
          Hurricane Florence Projected Path Update: Charleston, Wilmington      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Florence Projected Path Update for Charleston, Wilmington, and Myrtle Beach has been announced. Hurricane Florence will arrive in North Carolina and South Carolina today with Category 2 hurricane winds. But its rains will start possibly Friday. The concern is massive rains, not winds, that could hit the Carolinas, then […]
          Truck Ownership, Driver's Residence At Issue In Missouri Insurance Appeal      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS - A Missouri appeals court is set to decide whether a trial court erred in finding that a grandmother owned the car she bought for her grandson and whether his stays with her constituted a residence after hearing oral arguments on Sept. 4 (Columbia Mutual Ins. Co. v. Crystal Lee, No. SD 35153, Mo. App.).


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