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Gettysburg Times {Newspaper} - 1980-03-08,Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Commissioners reconsider stand consider a t Ira Page 11 info Witlie people 1 tee there is not Tuu much lot to Abotsi it. Two to Morrn the people and pert laps the Ltd to a is Najj. Be say i. The have Esi imaged that the Sone is cars if Naining for Acque Tsitron a tiie Pian prot it a Kie around >31.419 to the Swinty Cumberland Gett it Surg Boron ii. Aad the Gettysburg area school Bisi Rici n proper to taxes. The ski Vii Disik to gels Aikin �5 tu6 of it under federa Legisla Akiti. The taxing bodies Are Paia the full tax for five j ears after Felt feral but in Kiel of lax payments then drop to 7a ten s per atre. Meaning the 51 Punj ponies Ouid iii be Rais no pave Lien it of $136 for the Ich Ooi distr Iino uni it Ana four live years after the Asi Tine Aas Ati juiced. To Khigh some a it Jurii tons in the plan Rma it not Lautt plate for some time county , to a Ursa l of wins Isaic tuesday the 3i.tjulsuons surr to a a Kubie Burden to the la Payl a. Inking Punj parties if f the tax re Jlas and Osting Fodera no it it it a. R the purchases. He said Frida it that what my District is hit it Barde i Tamsi Iai tied that to t�rk-rel3lf.-d Hus Inesse a tire in makes up fur the ions in ta.\es. He s3tl he 5ch<x>i receive Impact funds Ahen i Dtta interferes it i their ability to raise Revenue but coiling maintained Iha none of the benefits gained it or Allu a aces Hal Are made out Vingh it Impact on school re venue i schools Benefit Amsl claimed that he a hours. Re erf the admission la revenues ii ii by increase in their student Pupula ti<5�ihieh is the result from a new Busi roses which might increase tax fund. Bulk Unk said that he ourt a businesses Ironi Wirich the admission Taj cume employ re pie i Ith so Hogi a Couldren. Plen Quieti oiled about tie irn Paet on the oui Ity. Which does not receive and nip on revenues. a i iii that the county May not provide services to that was but both mrs. Cowan and Collins said the Felt certain county services did of be chose areas. Tins also said that if the Park be Feirt Here Industrial and commercial Dejies opens May have risen which a mind have made a More solid tax base. Get karst said there is in it the info to a five that such development Powers la. You look at areas that have High poj3lations to Iise people Generah a higher Lases than in an area like a amp ins cd a said the 5late study shows that Cisi Berland twp. A does t cyme off Batik at All. A i Ironson said a Loca plan the a Elysburg Cumberland Demontra tick program. Had. W Ith input Frum the . Concluded int the Best stat egg for Gettist it up and Cumber Laid twp. To follow was residential toil so Bamst said the state study showed that m Perth at of Cumber cd ipod was m the part in 1972, Bat that 3� Peixot of the blk paid for by the amt is Naen the St Xiy air show a s that Cumberland s task we a us Lowr third for m the county. Thou dated it also that the Low step has the set ipod i kit real estate Hariiet value a amp a capital m the county co Ivins and Klunz said him Ever that Cuin Briand twp Wouk amp a e had cute Elope a Eli and a sold tax base whether to no the Pant was in the area largely because of geography and capacity. The study coot Ludes that a a it were Treasu ably Denun strayed that purchasing in it Pely would Benefit the a a jurists visit at reduce frustrations. It should be Etc to it Ura Ghl instead of hindered a also for land use Lton Troia. But los Cowan said that she wondered whether a not the added purchases Flat out. All of Khem can be justified As making a big difference in people s Seri a Mon during visits. v jul no so understand any question if it Outh no r to opposed to the existence of it Park the question is to need for in if at this tilt be. The said ruining that Federal Nione it is tight and that Sorse Verai reas ofis it might Dot get now a a App Jenate o c ahead w Ith Al the . Can we justify the continued Lipan suit Quot Quot she asked Earnst Eam i several times said that the pin diary purpose of the Park is to preserve he Baitie fiend. Claiming that with Modem development. We re not Able to represent the Bluefield As it should be . It interferes w Ith Tair to Teli the Story of what happened at Gettysburg Quot Coli res said that some of the properties however Are us Oak Ridge though land near them bears schools and other development and along with mrs. Cowan suggested that such areas won t make a significant diff Rente to vis hours but Lanisi said that though ups diet is not Hope to control ail of the land you can see in the it has certain land in its acquisition plan because of concerns about what can happen to it and because it is technical y within the Park s boundaries established by Congress. A a a its. A a think we do he said in response in a question a jut whether Ali the land is new ded. All of it is on state highways or Park avenues. If we do not have these lands if we did not control use of the land they could be put to any use because there is no controls in Cumberland township. They could be put to any Tara St and Klunk also arg fid about the source of Money for acquisition with Amsl claiming that it comes from a special fond from off Shore dirt line r a hts and the sates of some federa land but Klunk maintaining that the Money could be used elsewhere and eventually represent taxes. And when mrs Cowan suggested that in the end there is inevitably taxpayers Money spent. Emst did not disagree. 6 a Titi catch Tkal fee in Rrthur k la some eat at necessary. To tour a he nid be thinks it has Quot a i he him benefits. Quot he also nid that Are vice Itas Trade a a poet to move the Iha were of land Plao aed for a Oise Uoo. And that around Atco the trip flies in the Retna Iader of the Pecram Elt we be need Bra Kha a a cd that Bailit Vuu have Kety been put up to Wair on the land they will Tubeo a act spy. And no real sati it Gic is iii de for the tax base. They also do cohsed Joii Oty Sironer that is m the Acai tuition Plao. And co Lii is posted out that the Musl be concerned about future needs f or land of who to put comfy Faoiz Hulec. Coti Fuy Oft Cali owe it to the peo to take a Good Long hard look at Ping w Ith county land they do not know that s Down the Road think said. Earnst said that at one Post the Congress suggested the Softie a acres in the Bartkiw Knoll area be donated to the Park but the to minty. But he noted that the Park is concerned about it Jonsy a Porti Oci. And that it would be Wii Hng to discuss a land Exchange with the is or Klunk also asked whether it is for the Park service to take i off the Rolls but allow residents to a Miline using them and Yarost said Lii iii though he believes it is because it is to it Union or Tice nation a Kle. He would get an opinion or it the Issue of the Eisenhower farm was also raised by Klunk. Who Sahl he was Oik earned about the add i to Impact of its acquisition program but Amsl claimed it had Biseo put on a Back Burner for the time Beisig whih the Fortner president s Home is developed to accept Visi ours. He said he d prefer to discuss it later. He said the Park Hopes to have a plan for acquisition by next fall and Cou its Sugges de that it should be done quickly. As Klunk Rad said so that people can review it. And so that commercial development can be Contr led near the Park. In response to Kink s question about the Park s Tain Cem with the View from the Home Harrison explained that the us of proper colors and screening with vegetation can solve the problem noting Hal the Westinghouse inc., Plant North of Gettysburg is a Good example of a cooperative Effort. But he said it is Sonk times Quot Dif cult to bring up the with local to it Fri a Litls. Collins also said that he was concerned the Low visitation during the past year is a trend a if we Don t have people we Don l have admission taxes. Quot he said. But East said improve reemts to the Park will bring in More tourists also pointing to a study that showed visitors w anted to learn about history and Sec something in response to Collins he also said he rejects the idea that the Park can t maintain the land it has. Though be noted that Legal entanglements have meant delays in the cleaning up of some properties and other land has gone unmoved because of efforts to make it proper As it did at the time of the War. College Roth gives awards to top cadets i Roth cod t from Page 11 Roth Cadet stay mainly one without dih Mculty. We can All Praise him brigadier general Robert \. Carroll presented Pennsylvania Nati Tiai guard awards to Charles r. Elder. Linda j. Bupp. Julian g. Dickerson and jes a Sweeney. Robert Spalding presented the a Attis from Gettysburg memorial Post it veterans of foreign wars to mgr Hael t. for military excellence and to Rebecca j. Loti an for Scio Lustic excellence. Col George hikes of Gettysburg presented the Resene officers association Ward to Dennis e. Rice. ,, Collins a Tyahur. President of in be sons of the aia Eriean revolution and Samuel Wiser. Awards chairman for i.,e . Presented the Sar awards to Elaine m a ser and Scott f. C ass col. Byton h. Gilmore presented the National sojourners awards to Christopher a Patterson and Bernard a Vannetti. The daughters of the american revolution awards were presented by mrs .. Collins Regent of the Gettysburg chapter of the and mrs. Charles Robinson to wave r Steinhauer and Debra a Zankl the awards of Nam the a Ebert j Lent Post 202 of the Merican legion were made by past commander g. Henry Roth to Scott a. Campbell for military exc Clience and to John j. Griffin for Scholastic excellence. Coi. Kasteler presented a number of awards including the department of the army Superior Cadel awards to Allen f. Jett. Michael Kichman. Curtis a Richards and Zebra a. Zankl the military order it of the orid wars award to Wiliiam r. Moyer the association of the Llo stage situation in Iran is in a state of flux cat d froth Page 11 the Early morning stale radio broadcast Appeal to signal that the radicals had hacked Down from a demand Friday a that they he Given radio and television Tibie to address the nation before Thev the hostages. 3tiat demand came after iranian pro testers rallied at the embassy for a second Day. Calling on the militants exit logs e up their captives and demanding the iranian government not com pin nose with the United slate the militants latest announcement i slowed a meeting Friday night Between Council members and a Dele Gwalior Oft be student radicals at the of be of i asian president Abolhassan Bani a or. Who is known to be keen to resolve the hostage crisis. Foreign minister Saoe ii Ghotb Zader Toki reporters in Tehran Fnu a thai tre a Rke tages would a probably Quot be Transfer Reid today to Art undisclosed location a today s . The Washington pol quoted Ghotb Zadeik a it Reri Ealing tile hostages would be handed Over Toj Daj. It Aiso quoted into pitied sources As suggesting Hal once the Transfer is Complete. Iranian authorities May list of their names no such list has been released since the App oxi Matwiy 50 americans were seized nov. 4 when the militants overran the l a. Embassy. Rhoniy after the Transfer the hostage a void be seen by the . Commission in terran investigating Iran s charges against deposed Shah Mohammad Reza a Nav Ghotbi Adeh said Friday even if the authorities do assume Contro of it he a me Ricart. An Early release appeared unlikely. Tehran re Dio said fonday that Khomeini s revolutionary regime Ila intends to leave a decision on the Fate to the new Patriia Orient whirr will not be fully elected Uritis nest month. A. In d Patch Frorer. Tehran the Pisl q oozed Ghotb Zadeh As Savior the hostage Transfer was a a suit of a meeting a Aith the militants wednesday during which be Aid be Riad boxed them n to a pc iii in w iii of they option but to surrender hostages to the . He recalled that although the co Ueki had demanded that the l a. Panel be allowed to see All the hostages the militants said they would allow Only 30 captives to be interviewed or would caller the Council to take responsibility for All the americans. He intimated the Raili lands never thought the Council would accept the offer and that he called their Buff. On Ranur slav. The militants requested that the Council Lake Over responsibility for the captives the l a. Commiss Iofi s five lawyers Facun Algeria. Venezuela. France. Bangladesh and Syria. »1� arrived in Tehran two weeks a today Are try ing to seek the hostages release As Well As investigate iranian Ali nations that the Shah toiled air tortured thousands of his opponents and Piu ordered the nation s Treasury during his 37-year reign which ended when he Ned 1 ran 14 months ago i the islamic revolution. The Shah whose arrival in the v United states for medical treat Merit in late october led to the embassy takeover is now living with his wife in Panama. Haynes to address Dar chapter h a chapter cd a t from Page 11 t or More than two year Hayne. Served As Assoc ate and District scout Eie Culive of the Aloha Council. Boy so Sec of an Erica. Honor Usu Hawa Ift in 197. Following graduation from Flie Leffler school of conserva tied Brod Ray pa., Haynes was com As game pro tech or. Fennsyl-v3ria game . Educated and trained m wildlife management and u subjects he is presently resp on Bie of it a Ali phases of All game Sior programs and activities in the Southern half of Adanis county. He is Aiso currently filling that vacancy in the non hem half of the county Haynes ail his wife reside in Gettysburg. Chapter committee chairmen Are reminded that annual reports a iii he Given during the business meeting. Upper communities Telephone mrs. Eur in Glenville bides with his son iii a and Dau Ker. Or. And us. Give Emil. 1�?~ort apr r. 1 cd Lel re Ted to stand Mth Daj feb la or. Sebum is a native of Franklin Coti Oty aft has be sided Adams county for the past 41 Vears. Be was a i Loipl amp Yee of the c. H. Ila Man go. For a number of a ars before re Tremea. In audit Ito Lomis. Emf at. He has a daughter Lillini Heller. Who resided in Bendersville and a daughter Mary Dureao amp ear Hancock. . Edward sebum. Aspers and Raymond. A artiste. He also has a number of Grandell Dreo and great Ghandchi Idrell. Or. Sefa Urt is still Active and was a Fisherman Hunter and trapper. He still enjoys these spa is when hts health permits. For a Hobby be makes fish net and Turkey callers for family and friends. A Cah Riewer is Heiar Iku for Eugene Rouzer who will observe his 4th birthday on 18. Or. Rouzer is recover tag at borne from a recently suffered stroke. His address is Bigler Ville. R. 1 17307. The l or Adams Boas club met tuesday even ii at the Biglerville High school cafeteria. Fred Snyder of the Lions information committee Intro diced the speaker of the evening. Wilbur Var an. \ aria gave a slide presentation on antique and collectable cars. Norm lady outlined plans for the Spring trash hag and Broom Sale to be a on ducted during the month of March the upper Adams. Schoal District s title District advisory Council will meet tuesday. March 1 j. Al 9 . At Arendtsville elementary school interested parents Are invited to attend. George and Carol Weer will be greeters for worship service at Tda Itle l iii Ted Brethren in Christ ii Rich. Sunday morning at 9. The wms will meet monday evening at 7 30 at the Home of Kay Guise. Biglerville. United slates army Awai to Bradley j. Bretzin the association of the United Slater. My history award to Michael Kichman. The George c. Marshal award to James l. Banks and the american defense preparedness award to Brian o. Remmey. Academic ribbons for outstanding scholarship were presented to 27 of the cadets n Ley included Michael Boya Jian. Philip cases. Joseph Daniel. Lisa Fisk John Griffin. Elaine Hesser. Ete Ennis Rice. Bernard Yannetti. James Banks. Bradley Bretzin Timothy Golden. Kat Innis. A kind Mcdaniels. Ajlen Polen Curtis Richards. Wayne Steinhauer. Debra a Natl. David Bench. Scott Campbell. Scott Cass. David Cowen. Robin Ealy. Allen Jett Stuart Knade. Mark Kormos. William Moyer and John Simpson the York Springs Netty band will rehearse tuesday afternoon at 1 in the Community room of Adams county National Bank i Orfe Sam tags. The regular meeting of York brings and Vicinity senior citizens will be held wednesday afternoon at 1 30 at the Bank. The program will be Quot Hooge podge Quot. Greeters Are Preston and Marie Zerbe with Charles and ther Hoopert As hosts. Cali town Mcknight to town senior citizens will meet tuesday afternoon. March 3. At 1 30 at Flohr s lutheran Church the afternoon s program Wilt be special music presentation. To sets will he available at this meeting for the Adams county senior citizens Spring luncheon to be held March 23 at Cashtown fire Hail. Hostesses a will be Grace Kane and Josepm ? Chestnut a i Mettig for of Al Biglerville Junior and senior High school students who Are participating in Spring sports and the coaches will be Berj thursday evening. March 13. Al 7 in the i school cafeteria. The purpose of the meeting is to acquaint parents with the school policy on drug and alcohol and its application to the sports program. Members of Arendt Vwe Brownie t Roop 7<2 will not get sunday morning to attend worship sen ice and Church school at son l filed Jurdi of Christ in Observance of girl scout spa a. Girls Are asked to if i the Church base tent at with a Mission slips and in uni Fonn. Fet Tryb a mid will be held at St. Paul s lutheran Church. Biglen Ille. Monday evening at 7. w., v5rcte 111. Will Aiso meet monday eve King at 7. Nancy Beatty will Lead the Lopic a lenten pc Kounter with Creist a the ladies Bic state Gnu a it of Adams county Wil meet with ladies Bible study group of Trinity lutheran Church Are Adyeville tuesday sors ing at m 36 in the cts rat Cial room. Those Ai Are Aniced to bring lunch a workshop will Folio a the bime Stiffy cram t4 at Zion to clots Cne the Wco mid i trip and Ouer pc sects Quot Cal to wheels to Olaa leers in the Cashtown area next week Are Lorraine Maym. Karen Angje. Buth Jean Bream. Ruth a Oemer. Harn Bittinger Ken Lickey. Louise Biesecker. And Jariet Hartman. Thelina Bream was substitute Driver for tacit week. The Tooti Pittee of Adams county child evangel so Fellowship will meet tuesday evening at 30 at the Home of the director Clara Kull. Biglerville bigger Rifle Semor Cit Tims will hold a St. Patrick 3 Day party wednesday afternoon at l 3datst. Paul s lutheran Church. Biglerville Bradenville cd a Mavity fire company met at the in Winehouse recently with 30 firemen present. President Jim Patterson presided Over the business session. The follow ing Dales were scheduled March 12. Fire Drill firemen should meet Al the engine House at 6 30 . March 16, 8 30. Car coir i rescheduled 1 March 21. Work detail at Community Ball at 6 30 . March 22. Public family style Fried Chicken and roast by of dinner at Community Hall 4-7 . I april 23. 7 . Columbia Gas demonstration for members at the Community Hall May 1-i. 7 . Demonstration at Addams electric for members of fire company. The fire company voted to form a Junior fire company. A a a committee consisting of Jim Patterson. Maynard Gochenauer. Harry Delhom. And Kevin Cook will present a tentative set of by Laws at the next regular meeting. It was announced that any members who wish to Purchase a Monitor through the fire con by should Contact Stan Ltd of Bill Slaybaugh. Fire chief Duane Bretzman reported two fire Calls during the month of february. A six week Quot Soma antics class will begin tuesday March 11, from 6 30-7 30 . In York Springs fire Hall. The class will meet twice a week on tuesday and to thursday evenings and costs �18 those attending should bring a mat. Piece of Carpel air heavy Towel to use on the floor White doing exercises. Clothing should consist of leotards tights or other Loose fitting clothing. Sneakers will be appropriate footwear anyone having ques tons can Call Nancy Miller m033 to defects Lar the Ian Aalf her a Soa banquets my sorted b Tecl defame Juthe ran Burch. . Matibe l in led Brethren in Christ Cut Rich and Christ Ltd Theraza Church. Aspers. A re available from the Fol a whig Ken Jakkee. Raotz. Of after Riley. Ronald Tat and Mahzie Mccaus Lio the roast beef Dimer will be served by tiie ladies a of benders vice fire Compain at the Community Hall Tywnda it. March to 6 3i , guest speaker will be William we Ger sr., Ida Ioe. Asters or. F1� cab Paar will met tuesday evening at 6 30 at the fire Otise. Regular meeting for Aspers fire company will be wild at 7 30 at the firehouse. Parcs of areas Ille or. Girl scout troop pm Are a Tad to attn so Tom regular no a aug Wilday can Ling the Bigly re lie Gardea club held its february meekly recently at the big Erv Ille elementary school when children in the fifth Grade were honoured As winners in the poster contest sponsored by the Garden club mrs Robert Eicholtz president presided. Al Rel prize in the environmental held went to mkt Al Light second to Craig shilling. And third to Darres Mel Kurtt. First Honor ask mention was vec to Barry both and second to Rose Swearman. In the utter control category. Susan Grance won first. Jimmy Milter second and Kelly Stoner third first honorable Merrion went to Kerry Sprank and second to Keity Mcmast. The program on was ires enied by wave r. Miller from tue town. In his preset a a Tiomi be it sed slides a the Mccoe Earth and a Nooe Obe and other objects mrs. James Sandoe. A club member Spoa Birds late committee in Char of the program and refreshments included mrs Robert a Miller chairman mrs. Bennett Kack. Mrs Henry lower mrs Willie Mort i. Mrs. James Sandoe. Mrs. Air Shillito and mrs. V d. Buck. Deaths in. La mid l. Danar mrs. Sadie Mav i it Anne of 11� e King St. Is East Ber in died Friday at the Golden age nursing Home la a Oover. Boni in Arend Tsvi a she be daughter of tiie Laue Ami it Raffesberger her husband. Raymond l. Dank. Died to 19w she was a life King of East Berlin. Mrs. Darone is stir tved by two s04k. Fluss etl e. Darooge of York and Kenneth h Darooge of East Ber iii one granddaughter i ret great Grandi Hildren nine step grandchildren and tight great step Gravid children funeral serv Tes will held 2 pin monday is the Fred a. Sander funeral Home. 3u6 Harrisburg St in East Berlin the Rev let Dvid p. Gleason pastor i it i Tori it lutheran chuch Iri East Berlin. Wins Oife air will by n the Green mount cent Ter it rents Oliie Frk Nodi win a a at if Fuyii a i in u ont h Lur prior to the warned Ike Neal admitted Wilmer a Dikeos get Josburg r 4 Phyllis f Holcz a a. Bill Deriv the Ryan c. I amp a. Gettysburg he Al l. Poole new Windsor Sid mrs. Roberto Bermudez. Bugler Ville mrs. Jose Santa do benders a me and Evelyn s. Wilders. Biglerville Dis Faai de jote m Morrell mount St. Mary a College. Emmitsburg my. Kimberi a Little. Thur in it a. My Shay e. . Emmitsburg. Ltd. Mrs. Fred Fritz Arefi Dosvil be Brian l staub. Rocky Ridge. My Audreyc Worriz Fairfield Edward l Shields Gettysburg r. Paul e. Zepp. Ult Lestorti mrs Samuel Harbaugh. Sabillasville. My Anthony e Sweeney. Brunswick. My Isiah w beam Aspers mrs. Charles Sterling and Uji. Gettysburg r. 3 mrs. Iovu . Biglerville Haitht a Snyder. Fairfield or Leroy Barhaugh. Fair Fie a j Re Roth. As pers. Transferred to Michael Manor. Rivilis f Holcomb. Benci Ersilie transferred to Chi a ver Hospital Pittsburgh a fridays i Ambir n the Penis Sylvania was birth Warner Hospital or. Arid mrs Grover Diane Bayer a Beasley a a . A boy Fri Dav. Social happenings for social news phone 334-1131. Ext. 254 the Gettysburg morning homemaker group will meet at a 30 am tuesday at the Hsinti of Helt a Mellors. Fairview ave. Gettysburg. The program Wii of Barge Iio stitcher. The Gettysburg United methodist Church will fold an old fashioned gospel hymn sing on sunday. March 9. At t.30 pm. At the Church on High St. Gettysburg the Public is invited to attend. A hour will yield after the a Njo Maui. The regular dinner meeting of the business and professional woman s club will be held March 3at6 30p in. At the Vic a. Call by tuesday for reservation to the y office. Diane. Mummer. President will preside. The Gettysburg midget football auxiliary iii be holding workshops for the mothers interested in helping with cheer leading and put Jin Pons this year. The workshops will be under the supervision of Brenda Woods. Anyone interested in helping is asked to attend the workshop sundays March a. 16.23 and 30. From i to 3 . Al the scout room in St. Francis Xavier school and thursday Eveni Tias March 13, 20. 27 from 7 . To 8 .30 . In the Gettysburg senior High school cafeteria. Denier. Cleveland s Nursery. Granite Hill Campground. Kritz Azalea Nursery. Metz s hardware. Meyer seed co. Murray s greenhouse. Mussulman s greenhouse. Jackson Perkins. Inc Redding s hardware. Inc. O c. Rice. Strausbaugh s fruit bowl and Terro sol i landscape i. Tickets for the Benefit. A Garden of fashions Quot Are ss.75 and Are available from Eleanor Adams or at any of the participating stores. A sit Ciai hour at i . Precedes the noon luncheon. For More information Contact the chairman or her co chairmen. Mrs. Richard Elcy or mrs. Jay Sixeas Veteran s of we i Barracks and will hold the first meeting of the new year monday at 2 . At the vow Post Home. E. Middle St., Gettysburg. The groups did not meet during the Winter months. A joint social hour will follow the meeting. for the meeting wednesday at i 3i . Of the Gettysburg woman s club at the vac. Will be mrs. Richard f no. Hair Man mrs Carroll Zenti. Mrs. Eddie Owens mrs. T. Robert Whitman. Mrs. James Mccown. Mrs. W i Isam Ayre. Mrs Lolita Charles. Mrs. George Engelke. And or. Ivul Iam Fritz. Mrs. Fred i so. Ores Dent. Will preside ills George Gil thru chairman of the Prog Arn has arranged for a a a Tartei to sing selections. Mrs. Lillian Zie or rep is tentative from St. Francis Xavier c Hurch for the District Council of Catholic women. Is accepting reservations for the 55th annual convention of the Harrisburg diocese Council of Catholic women to be held at Delone Catholic High school Mcsherrystown. April 14. Registration will a in at b , with a ?.iass by Bishop a Joseph Daley to be celebrated St 10 30 am. Luncheon w ill be at noon and the ban-qlietat6 30p,m. Women May attend any or allo the Day s activities Cost for the luncheon will be s6 and the Bau Quel s9, for Resen actions Call mrs Ziegler the annual Spring fashion show and inc Neon sponsored by the a so spinal auxiliary k Heid March 20 Al the tavern on the Green Carr ii Vailey Billie Ann . Chairman announced fat an Sotic inc Heon is being prepared by ine chef As a Surprise for guests. Lovely door have Beer donated by the of a owing Wayside fio Ter. Hoo. Wayside gardens. Zerfing s hardware by Sej Anie. Herbs by it ners seeds men inc. Away. In j. An Apple a Day. Boyer s nurseries and Orchards. Inc A tree Burpee co. Clearview for Jit Garden the Hunt Aji e. Homemakers will meet i tuesday at 1 30 . With ivs. John Quot a. Wyckoff As hostess at her Home on Gettysburg r. 5. Mrs Tressie Smith will be the co hostess. Mrs. Helen i iii sign wiil talk on creator needlework designs. Members arc asked to take a Large Brwn grocery bag. Niger and enc. Gettysburg Over eaters a Anonymous will meet monday at . In room 13of the basement lounge in St. Lames lutheran Church. Gettysburg. Mrs Regina Staley will be in charge. The Campus cloth will meet monday at 7 4.5 p a with tvs. Richard e. Walker As hostess at her Home 140 a Broadway members Are asked to note the change in viat8. White amp yellow onion sets Panuce it b9lk seem mow available at Zerfing s hardware. Inc. Open Man. Amp for. 7 . To 9 . Tues. Wed. Thur., sat. 7 . To 5 . Qty Surg 3341122 Little town n no i k h f a a i v l co

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