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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - March 23, 2007, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania BY AARON Times Staff Thirteen students in the of the Littlestown YMCA recently relocated from classroom to another part of The reason, which was not disclosed to the of the children, was because of mold problem found in the of the Executive Director of Littlestown YMCA Shimkonis regretted the and has been apologizing angry We originally sent a home saying the children moved due to construction which technically Shimkonis said. I understand why some were upset. In hindsight, should have just said we have mold Though he and were unsure of what they exactly looking at with the problem, the source is to be from a leaky We knew we had a leak the roof, but we could never Shimkonis We found water running the wall which caused the Shimkonis said according inspectors there is mold in building The issues with mold dependent on allergies and strain of the As of Thursday, no one been reported to be sick and one is at fault for the Sanitation crews cleaned vents and heating coils in room, but no one will allowed back in the room the problem is completely care Shimkonis also said the in the room is to solely that Contractors are expected meet at the YMCA within next few days to remove mold and replace the Shimkonis said the will take to to This is the first time we to deal with an issue of the Shimkonis added. We caught just in time. We apologize any Aaron Young can be at 334- 1131, ext. 217 ayoung@ gburgtimes. E- news@ gburgtimes. sports@ gburgtimes. www. gettysburgtimes. Classifieds B9- Comics Crossword Deaths Fire, police Horoscope Lottery Opinion Sports B1- TV Listings ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES Call: 717- 334- VOL. NO. GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2007 Dinos Pizza Will Be Closed From Mon. 19th- Tues. March 27th, Reopening March 28th. 226 Steinwehr Ave. 337- Gettysburg Water Gardens Will Open Saturday, Mar. 24th, 7 Days A Week. 717- 4231. Join Us For Our Grand Re- Opening At Our Newly Remodeled Location, Sat. 24th, 11- 3. Food Refreshments Insurance, 147 N. 4th St., Gbg, 339- 0055.( The Saturday, March 24, 9: 30p- 1: Flying Bull Saloon, 2 Cover. Now Open Home of the Week BY ALEX J. Times Staff Adams County police officers are now able spend more time on the road and less time in office, thanks to a grant from the Department Homeland The Adams County Association of Police recently purchased 37 laptops that will be installed at least one cruiser of every municipal It takes everything in our office and brings it our cars. The more information we can get to an in the field, the more effectively he can do said Richard Hileman II, chief of Carroll Police Department and treasurer of The laptops enable officers to receive license and vehicle registration information PennDOT, as well as a criminal history whether there are any warrants out on When we bring up a information, shows us their picture. This will allow us to right away if someone is giving a fake Hileman Officers are also able to file their reports from car rather than having to do them at the This way the guys can be out watching what going on instead of having to sit behind a Hileman They also are equipped with Global Systems so officers can find their way around if are in an unfamiliar If I get called to assist on an incident in Springs, this will come in handy because I know all of the roads up Hileman The laptops were funded through the grant, but cost of mounting them and disconnecting the side airbag falls on the If the airbag gets deployed, this thing is going go flying and cause more damage to the person would occur if the airbag Hileman Eastern Adams Regional, Biglerville Littlestown police departments as well Pennsylvania State Police have had laptops in cruisers for several They are excellent. They bring the local departments into the 21st century. We do with them, from incident reports to our daily said Officer Craig Hartley of Contact Alex at ahayes@ gburgtimes. Carroll Valley Police Chief Richard Hileman uses one of the 37 laptops that were installed in Adams County police cruisers, have proven to be an enormous time M ELISSA H OFMANN G ETTYSBURG T New laptops huge saver for county CLOSE BY STEVEN R. Associated Press BAGHDAD AP) The U. chief ducked, as if to find behind the red and white on the podium. He narrowed eyes, and looked left and Beside him, usually prime minister even and managed a slight smile at startling welcome to Baghdad U. N. Secretary- General Ban The U. N. leader was next to Prime Minister Nouri Maliki when a Katyusha exploded about 50 yards from building in the Green Zone where were answering questions Al- Maliki hardly blinked, Ban seemingly less to the tumult of war quickly crouched, and shaken. The blast came just after al- Maliki said visit showed Baghdad was the road to The rocket was fired from mainly Shiite area on the bank of the Tigris River, not from The Associated Press The heavily guarded Zone on the opposite bank home to the U. S. Embassy, government and the unannounced stop in Iraqi capital was the first visit by U. N. secretary- general since Annan, his predecessor, came Baghdad in November The U. N. Security See CLOSE CALL, Page Rocket explodes near U. N. during Baghdad news Journalists duck as bodyguards rush to protect Iraqi Minister Nuri al- Maliki, center left, and U. N. Secretary Ban Ki- moon at the moment when a mortar round landed in a 40 meters yards) away from the place where they were a joint press conference in Baghdad on S ABAH A RAR A SSOCIATED P BY ASHLEY Times Staff Starting this fall, parents will have a new place take their infants and toddlers daytime Groundbreaking for a new care center, to be located Constitution Avenue on Gettysburg College campus, scheduled for mid- April. The is expected to open The overwhelming need See DAY CARE, Page A5) An rendering shows the exterior of the new square- foot child care center to be constructed this Gettysburg College to open new day care BY DICK Times Staff After nearly a year, a renovation program at the Heart Basilica Chapel) in Conewago is nearing the halfway Beginning last summer, oldest stone Catholic church America began a five- phase program by replacing nearly 50- year- old The restoration of the house, which dates back 1787, comprised phase All the walls and needed work and several were infected by mildew water said the Lawrence McNeil, That work is being done by number of local Hanover- firms the church has dealt with the past. Included are Enterprises, C. Moorehead, Smith Charles Ziegler Sons, Bixler and Les Ayers. The is expected to be finished early summer, said the In early January, the was closed for a week workmen erected scaffolding reach all the Munich glass windows. Installed 1902 and 1914, their frames were rotting, their crumbling and the lead them together We took out 31 stained windows, and replaced them clear plexiglass covered brown paper to reduce the said Carl Paulson, a for Stained Glass Resources See CHAPEL, Page Chapel restoration 50 percent B ILL S CHWARTZ G ETTYSBURG T Luke Hardy, employed by Stained Glass Resources of Mass., skillfully replaces the colorful panel in one of the 31 windows at Sacred Heart Basilica on Thursday Littlestown YMCA fights mold Grim tops list of All- boys basketball players B1
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