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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania The Gettysburg times Friday april 6, 1990 3a police fire news heart attack victim fguarded9 an Orrtanna Man was listed in guarded condition Friday morning at the Gettysburg Hospital after collapsing apparently from a heart attack 1 Nur Day night at the thunderhead Bowling lanes North of Kussell life May have been saved thursday night when four area men took turns applying cardiopulmonary resuscitation or car to my Tor 10 minutes at the Bowling Alley until the Biglerville ambulance arrived on the scene. Of Gettysburg who works As an operating room Assis Tant at the Gettysburg Hospital said that or. Sterner was sitting in a chair at the Bowling Alley when he stood up and suddenly collapsed onto two chairs. Or. Westhafer said that he Laid or. Sterner on the floor and he and the Man until the ambulance arrived on the scene. Tie stopped breathing shortly after we Laid him Down so we began car on him and we got a slight pause. We just did what we were taught to or. Westhafer said. I sure Hope the Man makes it. I guess just being there is the lord s Way of telling me that i should be helping or. Remaly said thursday shortly after getting Home from the Bowling Alley that he was just glad that he could help. I just Hope that Russell sterner gets through at the he said. No injuries in Franklin twp. Crash a three vehicle Accident occurred thursday morning at the 1900 Block of Mumm Asburg Road in Franklin township. There were no reported a uries. State police at Gettysburg said that 34-year-old Jay Johnson of Arendtsville was operating a 1989 Ford East on Mumm Asburg Road around am. When he stopped for Road construction police said that a second vehicle a 1989 Dodge operated by 41-year-old Jeannette Plank of 2495 Mumm Asburg Road Gettysburg was travelling East in Mumm Asburg Road when she was forced to Stop because of stopped trafic. Dorothy Reinecker 56, of Biglerville was operating a 1985 Lincoln Sedan East on Mumm Asburg Road when the vehicle travelled Over a Hill and struck the Back of is. Plank s vehicle which forced Plank s vehicle into the Back of Johnson s vehicle. The Drivers of the vehicles were not reported injured. A passenger in or. Johnson s vehicle 3-year-old Scott Johnson was also not reported injured. Or. Johnson s vehicle sustained minor damage. Is. Plank s vehicle sustained severe damage while mrs. Reinecker s vehicle sustained moderate damage. Penn tip. Robbery investigated Penn township police in York county Are investigating the assault and subsequent robbery of a Hanover Transfer co. Employee thursday morn ing at the truck terminal on Center Street in Penn township. Police said that the truck Driver whom police would not identify was attempting to Hook the tractor cab to a trailer at terminal no. 2 on Center Street when a Man wearing a ski mask Over his head approached the employee from behind asking for Money. Police said that a struggle ensued and the alleged attacker Cut the Driver in the leg and in the stomach before fleeing on foot with an undetermined amount of Money that he took from the employee s Wallet. The suspect is described As a White male six feet three inches tall with a muscular build wearing Blue jeans a red Check ered shirt and Brown boots. Police said that the employee did t require medical attention for the minor wounds. Gettysburg Borough police activities for wednesday april 4, included 3 Borough police issued 13 traffic citations. 3 Michael Johnson and Joan Reese were arrested on outstanding warrants. Site r from Page 1a Ever As the group plans to Appeal their convictions. I think that if the jury had been Able to hear our testimony and had the judge Given More detailed instruction to the jury the jury would not have found us is. Small said. I Don t have any intention to pay any fines. Judge is going to look into our financial backgrounds and i find that she said. Be some of us could pay heavy fines poor people could not. I will not but Rny out of is. Small added that the group went Backur to site r for another Brief Vigil after the trial was Over. We Felt we needed that As some kind of closure for the the r seven were represented by attorneys Daniel Wolfson of York and James Feldman of Philadelphia. The first use of a nuclear weapon occurred on . 6 of 1945, when the b-29 bomber Enola Gay piloted by Paul Tibbets dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima killing roughly people three Days later the . Dropped a second bomb on naga Saki killing or wounding another people roughly the Popula Tion of Adams county. Births Gettysburg Hospital or. And mrs. Douglas Melissa Green Lawver 1019 Barlow Greenmount Road Gettysburg a son thursday. Carlisle Hospital or. And mrs. George Diane showers Taughinbaugh of Bigler vile a son on tuesday april 3. Hanover Hospital Pamela j. Mornings Tarand Luke c. Miller Hanover a daughter on wednesday. Tina m. Blocher and Douglas Kress Hanover a daughter on wednesday. Funerals Francis b. Bucky Alberts funeral services for Francis b. Bucky Alberts 67, of 223 Balti More St., Gettysburg who died monday at the Gettysburg Hospi Tal were held thursday at 11 . At St. James lutheran Church Gettysburg with the Rev. E. Edward Keyser the Rev. James d. Watson and the Rev. William Alberts officiating. Interment was in Evergreen cemetery. Pallbearers were Mark Spalding Robert Dillman James Kunkle Eric Mait land. Tony Strickland and Mark Guise. Ned grouse was honorary pallbearer. The Monahan funeral Home in Gettysburg was in charge of arrangements. Charles w. Crone graveside services for Charles w. Crone 69, of 2757 Sand hollow court Clearwater fla., formerly of Camp Hill who died saturday at his Home were held thursday april 5, at 10 . At Indiantown Gap National cemetery Annville. The Monahan funeral Home in Gettysburg was in charge of arrangements. Lottery thursday a. Daily number.2-7-9 a. Big four .2-7-4-3 my. Daily lottery.2-2-7 my. Play four.3-5-6-7 Franklin twp. Acres in Security area by Deb Varner times correspondent the Franklin township supervisors passed a motion thursday evening to form the second agricultural Security area in the township. Thirty seven Farmland owners with a total of acres were included in this area. The supervisors were commended by the local Farmers present for pushing to have this area secured for the Sec Ond time in the township. On the subject of zoning super visor Alex Kessel said the supervisors met with Adams county plan ners and the Franklin township planning commission on wednes Day evening to begin setting up guidelines for zoning. Or. Kessel then presented a proposal drawn up at that meeting to solicitor White for review. In other business Arnold Woer Ner of Belmont Road asked solicitor White if the county s tax office can legally change the township s Boundary line. Or. Woerner s farm is located mostly in Franklin township with a Small portion in Cumberland township. He had always paid taxes to Franklin township. He received notice recently that the Boundary line was changed and his farm is now entirely in Cumber land township. Solicitor White replied he would report this to the county commissioners saying he thought a court order was required to change Boundary lines. In the Case of the Franklin town ship supervisors versus Barbara Forsythe it was noted that is. For Sythe s 30-Day time limit has expired with her neglecting to file an Appeal or paying the Fine plus court costs. Is. Forsythe will be fined an escalating Fine of per Day until the judgement is paid and she brings her property up to code. Is. Forsythe was found guilty on March 5 of violating several sections of the township s junkyard ordinance. A report by township treasurer Helen Schaefer revealed that the allowance in the budget for the new township building pretty much covered the Cost of the building. We will need to add an additional to cover the Cost of the parking the new building located along Scott s school Road should be ready for occupancy next week. An open House for the Public is being planned for May 12 a bid for landscaping around the new building was awarded to Fra Zier tree service of Gettysburg for the supervisors also officially awarded a bid to Maitland Brothers of Gettysburg for to replace the deteriorating water lines in the township. Secretary Schaefer presented copies of ordinances for outdoor gatherings to the supervisors for review. A supervisor from Greene township Franklin county sent the ordinances to the Franklin township office after Reading about the proposed Craft show to be held in the township later this year. The supervisors discussed the possibility of drawing up an Ordi Nance to prepare for future outdoor gatherings. The matter was tabled until solicitor White had a Chance to review the Model ordinances. Penn est funds come through for Adams county three Adams county municipal authorities have been awarded a combination of Grants and Low interest Loans totalling nearly million by the Pennsylvania Infra Structure investment authority or Penn est state rep. Kenneth Cole a Adams announced thursday. The recipients include Carroll Valley sewer and water authority a Grant and a one percent 20-year million loan for a sewer system Extension. Gettysburg municipal authority a one percent 20-year loan to develop a new Well. Bonneauville Borough Munici pal authority a four percent five year loan to develop and construct a new Well and connections to the existing distribution system. The Gettysburg municipal authority loan is to be used to Deve lop Well no. 7, a new water Well along a. Route 34 near Gettysburg College. Rep. Cole said that the funds for the development of the Well which Are expected to be received by the Pennsylvania infrastructure investment authority or pen Rivest will be used to develop the Well including treatment and a pump station. The state representative from Orrtanna said that the one percent interest 20-year loan is expected to cover the entire project s Cost. Rep. Cole Sai d that when the Well is developed it would help to resolve Low pressure and occasional near outage situations and would ensure adequate supplies for fire Protection in the Borough he also said that improved water pressure and Quantity also May allow the system to remove a ban on new service connections and allow expansion to adjacent townships. The construction of the Well is expected to be completed in october. The Carroll Valley project to Cost a total of million will extend the sewage system to a Sec Tion of the Borough not currently served. The installation will eliminate malfunctioning on lot systems and holding tanks thus reducing exist ing and potential sources of groundwater contamination. Construction will take place from april to october. According to sewer and water authority chairman John neigh Bors despite numerous past attempts to obtain funding Assis Tance for waste water treatment this is the first time that Carroll Valley s efforts have met with Success. The Bonneauville authority will use the Money to explore develop test and build a new source with a treatment system and connections. Woman two children found stabbed to death by Marshall d. Black times staff writer a York county woman apparently stabbed her two Young children to death wednesday before killing herself with the same knife York county Coroner Kathryn Fourhman Olewiler said thursday night. The county Coroner said that school from Page 1a served in the gymnasium area he said. The area that includes the cafeteria Kitchen and boiler rooms will be work begins. Following removal which is concluded on or about May 18, the renovation will begin in that area. Asbestos removal will be done in the North Hall from june 11-22, and in the first Grade Wing from. June 22july 20. It is hoped that All Asbestos abatement work will be finished by that time said the superintendent. As soon As the Asbestos is taken care of in each area renovation will begin. All areas of the renovation Are to be completed prior to the Start of the 1990-91 school year with the exception of the health room facilities which will be completed by april 1991. The superintendent also noted that some summer activities scheduled for rolling acres will be cur tailed but most have been relocated to Maple Avenue Middle school. Clarification Monica Lawver of 7o red Ridge Road Gettysburg was the Driver of a school bus that was struck by a car operated by Mike Hoffman on wednesday on Lefever Street. 32-year-old Lisa a. Brosious of 831 Tenby court York township died As a result of a Stab wound in the Chest area near the heart. Her two Chil Dren 4-year-ol d Der Rick Jordan Brosious and year old Cameron Michael Brosious were found stabbed to death in the Kitchen area of the Home by their father Craig Brosious around ., the Coroner said mrs. Olewiler said that Michael Brosious was stabbed 15 times in the Chest and while Derrick Brosious sustained two fatal Stab wounds to the Chest. Right now it looks like mrs. Brosious fatally stabbed her two children and then turned the knife on the Coroner said. She said that mrs. Brosious in addition to the fatal wound had at least 22 Small wounds throughout the Chest area. Mrs. Olewiler said that Craig Brosious is not a suspect in the Case. The Coroner placed the time of death for the children Between 11 . And Wednesday. She said that officials Are still try ing to figure out the time of death for mrs. Brosious. Mrs. Olewiler said that the child Ren and the wife were found by the husband in the Kitchen area of the Home and that food was on the table. York township police said that a knife believed to be used in the stabbing was found in the Kitchen area. On wednesday shortly after the deaths were reported police were treating the Case As a triple homicide. Mrs. Olewiler said that it was determined thursday that mrs. Brosious apparently fatally stabbed herself after an autopsy was completed. Police said that there were no signs of forced entry into the Home and nothing in the Home was apparently stolen. The Coroner said that there were several messages recorded on a Telephone answering machine in the Early morning hours wednes Day at the Home and she said that investigators want to find out who made the recordings and who if anybody May have visited the Home prior to the fatal stabbings. It was not known if police had talked with or. Brosious. Gettysburg and Adams county s pre need expert Peters funeral Home inc. 334-5815 Paul e. Trump supervisor people caring about people do you feel no one cares do you need someone to talk to we have a staff of caring people who Are waiting for your Call. To listen to you Pray with you and to meet the needs that you May have emotionally physically and spiritually. We also take prayer requests. 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