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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - July 27, 2007, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Former first lady of College, Carol E. Haaland, died cancer Tuesday at Rappahannock General in Kilmarnock, Va. She was Her husband, Gordon Haaland, served as President Gettysburg College from 1990 First diagnosed with breast in 2005, Mrs. Haaland against the disease with strength, bravery and humor. never lost her love of life. played a round of golf two before one of her last Mrs. Haaland also served as first lady of the University of Hampshire, where her was president from 1983 to A city girl who grew up in York City, Mrs. Haaland fell love with coastal Maine, she and her husband began 40 years The Haalands celebrated 44th anniversary in They have two adult Lynn and Paul, who reside in Washington, D. C. area with She was the first coach of Golf Team Gettysburg Mrs. Haaland was an who excelled at all the sports played. She was a Maine doubles tennis with longtime friend Field of Southwest The Haalands cruised the of Maine in their sailboats A memorial celebration will held this Sunday at the Creek Yacht and Country Club Kilmarnock. A memorial will be held in Maine August, with another celebration at Gettysburg in the Mrs. death notice appears on E- news@ gburgtimes. sports@ gburgtimes. www. gettysburgtimes. Classifieds B6- Comics Crossword Deaths Fire, police Horoscope Lottery Opinion Sports B1- TV Listings ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES Call: 717- 334- VOL. NO. GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2007 28: Girlfriends The Outlet Shoppes Gettysburg. 9: 30am- Mini Fashion Show At 2pm- Fashion Show At Register For Door Prizes In Front Of Bass. Civil War Guns, Swords Misc. Civil Items, Schoolhouse, Business Rt 15 S. Celebrating 30 Years At Hickory Bridge Summer Dinner, Live Entertainment Prizes, 2, 3, 4 5th. Blue Grass, Piano And Music. Call For Res. Details. 642- 5261 Gettysburg Farmers Market On Square. Saturday, 7am Until Noon. HACC Fall Classes Start August 20 At Campus, September 4 In Hanover. Enroll Call 717- 337- 3855 For Registration Hours Financial Aid Information. Hot, Steamed Crabs Eat In Carry Out, 642- 5025. Rhyne McCormick, Acoustic Artist, Fri., 27, At The Pike On The Deck, 7- Get Convenient Home Delivery Of Gettysburg Times Call 334- 1131 Ext. 240 Information. Section Carol E. Former Gettysburg 1st lady Carol E. Haaland AVID READERS Shoppers last year for their favorite kinds of books at the Bonanza Sale in the cafeteria of the Middle School. Patrons purchased more books. This annual sale by Friends of the Library takes place Aug. 1- P HOTO COURTESY OF A DAMS C OUNTY L IBRARY S BY JOE BEL AP Business NEW YORK AP) Street suffered one of its losses of 2007 Thursday, leading global stock market plunge investors succumbed to months worry about the mortgage and lending markets. The Jones industrials closed more than 310 points after skidding nearly Investors who had been able months to largely shrug off about subprime problems and a more environment for corporate finally decided it was time sell after the Department issued another home sales Feeding the plunge were that higher corporate costs will curb the pace of takeovers that had stocks higher this year. also feared the sluggish for home sales and defaults in subprime loans spur debt defaults and weigh corporate While stocks investors poured money into safe haven of the bond The soaring price of pulled yields lower, and the rate the 10- year note plunged to percent from late 4.90 Worries that have been there for the past couple of are coming to a head right said investment strategist Yardeni, president of Research Inc. show trading was the and most extreme in a series frenetic sessions over the month many also by triple- digit swings in the as investors sold on about the subprime fallout bought on optimism that be any widespread caused by mortgage Many analysts have the back- and- forth trading as and based more on emotion than careful of market and economic That was the feeling See STOCKS, Page Stocks 310 R ICHARD D REW A SSOCIATED P Trader Damian Bagarozza his head as he works the floor New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Wall Street its second- biggest plunge of year, leading global lower as investors fled amid increasing about the mortgage and lending markets. The Jones industrials briefly more than 400 points, Treasury yields plunged investors moved into Wall one of worst in BY DICK Times Staff More than used for readers of all ages will go sale next week in the air cafeteria of Gettysburg Middle behind Riegle Auditorium Lefever There are mysteries, adventure, romance more than 50 categories in all hardbacks, paperbacks, and books on tape. All of in good or excellent And not a one of them more The Sixth Annual Book Bonanza sponsored by Friends of the Library opens at a. m. on Wednesday, Aug. The four- day sale has the largest used book sale in Adams also the most collection of books priced 50 cents to According to Benchoff, coordinator, of the Library members and have been preparing the sale since the last one At least one day a week last sale ended, a team dedicated volunteers Kuhn, Dottie, Fiddler, Felts and Ron and Alice have spent hours cataloguing and packing for this she More than 900 boxes are ready, and more are packed right up to the Tuesday, July employees of Gastley will collect and deliver the to the middle school When the boxes arrive, school aged boys from Paradise School will unpack boxes and deliver the books tables assigned for the Throughout the four- day more than 75 volunteers in three- hour shifts will be us said Benchoff. do this without and very Benchoff noted that last book sale attracted more patrons and That sum, together memberships and proceeds the Friends Book Store the to the Adams Library she said. goal is The hours are through Friday from 9 a. m. to p. m., and Saturday from 9 a. to A special Saturday feature the Bag Sale, when patrons fill up a shopping bag with for 5. Buy three bags and the fourth one For information about or membership, call Verdirame, president, at Avid bargain to enjoy bonanza next BY ALEX J. Times Staff The Monkey who has learning all about odd behavior will on his last adventure The comic will its three- year this appeared more than newspapers past four including Gettysburg Times Creator Kovaleski to cancel the when the Post informed him they would longer syndicate I continue it try to sell the syndication my own. Trying to do the and business side to he However, Gettysburg readers will be able to one more year before start the grieving Since did not in the Times until moved here in 2004, there is least a worth archived strips Gettysburg residents have seen. The debut strip will publish Times Editor B. J. is disappointed to BoNanas go, but pleased that Times can run for In the time we him in Times he developed a So the fact that else him, we are happy to able to extend him for year. John has been very about said Small said it is not known what will Kovaleski got the idea BoNanas in 2002 when he on vacation in Cape I just woke up and it to he He said the was inspired by a man See BoNANAS, Page ends 3- year BY SCOT ANDREW Times Staff Parking meter tokens are longer available in as town leaders have opted discontinue the longtime of There that meters that even take them Borough Manager D. Lawver Jr. said earlier month during a Borough Council finance Officials were initially dropping token at the end the year the q u i c k e n e R e f u r b i s h e p a r k i n meters, unequipped to the tokens, and a lack of manpower, officials hastened the of the token no longer borough finance Ramona Overton said afternoon, but people can use them if they have Sold for 10 cents a tokens traditionally earned motorist 20 minutes of Tokens had been on the of annihilation in years, but with the recent of a half- dozen staffers, Gettysburg are continuing their efforts streamlining trying to be more with the staff we Lawver said, so anything can do without sending a outside on the street is increasing our The tokens add an layer of administrative Recently, the hired a Harrisburg- based N. F. String Son tally parking meter ended up being a quicker with counting the than we originally Lawver said. And a lot Cutting the token officials deem, is another step a fiscally responsible As the rates for parking up over the explained, the tokens Tokens are a hindrance many coin counting such as the one utilized Gettysburg by N. F. String The company, officials admitted, charges extra fee to count non- M ELISSA H G ETTYSBURG T Senseney Black in South Sports, Page B1
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