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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Times monday May 7, 1990 police fire news Gettysburg Man jailed in break n Follin of old Harrisburg Road Gettysburg a window at the Patricia l Bridges s and Craw to be town . And Otso . He or window or Follin was committed to the prison on bail pending a preliminary hearing. Fairfield woman Hurt in collision Burl was treated and at the Gettys sunday after she was involved in a two vehicle Accident the township 8 116 2vi Miles West of in Highland said that 17-year-old Daniel j. Hoffman of n Gettysburg was operating a 1955 Chevrolet sunday and Fol to p from a private Road on to a 116 a 1 1 i mrs starry was operating her vehicle West on a. Route set it occurred said that or. Hoffman s vehicle collided with mrs. Starry s vehicle in the westbound Lane. To the Hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. Or. Hoffman was not reported injured. Or. Hoffman s veh icle sustained moderate damage while mrs. Starry s vehicle sustained severe damage. Man injured in Arendtsville crash 3a red Cross to Host training weekend the a capital Region chapter of the american red Croes will be hosting its 43rd annual health safety training Academy memorial Day weekend May at the Gettysburg dutch band the Levonah dutch band was on hand at the Eisenhower Elemen Tinus photo by Bui Schwartz tary school Spring pair saturday to help provide musical entertainment to fair goers. A is the largest and old est health and safety clinic on the East coast and is designed to pro vide High Quality american red Cross health and safety instruction at the Basic and instructor level. This year Basic and instructor courses will be offered in first car water safety and boating safety. Over 20 different courses in All will be offered during the four Day session. Registration fee is meals lodging and texts Are not included in the registration fee. Absolute deadline for registration is May 16, 1990. For More information or to Regis Ter Contact the a capital Region chapter at 234-3101. News tip Call 334-1131 a was listed m stable edition sunday night at the Gettysburg Hospital after he was involved in a two vehicle Accident Over the weekend on Gettysburg Street of a mile South of Chest nut Street in Arendtsville. State police at Gettysburg said that 17-year-old Anthony Vincent Scott of Arendtsville was operating a 1981 Subaru go South on Gettysburg Street saturday around . When he attempted to make a left turn Force said that Scott spotted a northbound 1989 Chevrolet spectrum operated by 38-year-old Robert Stanley Boyer of Biglerville approaching m an oncoming Lane on Gettysburg Street and he Scott attempted to veer his vehicle into the southbound Lane. Police said that or. Boyer s vehicle subsequently collided with or Botts vehicle. Or. Boyer was transported to the Hospital where he remained sunday night. Scott was not reported injured in the Accident. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage. 4-year-old treated after Accident a 4-year-old Gettysburg boy was treated and released at the Gettys Burg Hospital Friday night for injuries received in a two vehicle Accident at the intersection of a. Route 116 and Low dutch Road in mount pleas ant township. State police at Gettysburg said that 20-year-old Michael p. Troxell of 251 Crum Road fan Field was operating a 1980 Mercury West on a route 116 Friday around 9 . When he attempted to make a right turn onto Low dutch Road and lost control of his vehicle police said that or. Troxell s vehicle travelled into the path of a West bound 1986 Mazda truck operated by 26-year-old Edward Cunningham of Montclair Road Gettysburg. Police said that the front of or. Cunning hams vehicle collided with the Back of or. Troxell s vehicle following the Impact police said that or. Troxell s vehicle travelled Down a drainage ditch before coming to rest. A passenger in or. Cunning Ham s vehicle 4-year-old Malachi Cunningham of Gettysburg was trans ported to the Hospital where he was treated for a head contusion or. Cunningham was not reported injured. Or. Troxell and two Passen i 2 Tud at the time of the a cadent 19-year-old Joseph Gillitzer 1 of Gettysburg and 20-year-old Timothy c. Howell of Marsh Creek Heights 1 Road Gettysburg were not reported injured in the Accident. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage. Man paroled in fatal Accident Case a Hanover Man has won a parole from a prison sentence imposed on him for a traffic Accident that took the life of Karen e. Gilham a nurse at York Hospital and Mother of two. David a. Naill ii 34, formerly of 359 Maple Avenue in Hanover was paroled monday by judge John d. Kuhn from a sentence imposed upon him in an Adams county courtroom on april 18, 1988. At about in the afternoon of october Naill and another Man were travelling East on route 194 Between Littlestown and Hanover when the red 1977 Chev Rolet dump truck Naill was operating reportedly swerved to miss a car stopped in the Roadway for a Legal left hand turn and slammed into a car operated by Gilliam just beyond the intersection of it. Pleasant Road and Narrows Road a mile South of Mcsherrystown. The victim was pronounced dead on arrival at Hanover Hospital. Witnesses at the scene said they saw two men exit the truck and hide a Quantity of Beer nearby. A blood alcohol test taken at ., nearly two hours after the Accident stood at .0963, just under .10, the technical state limit for intoxication. John c. Lucabaugh and other officers found a total of 18 empty Beer cans and six full cans. Court records reported that Naill had spent the Day working with a roof ing Crew in Hagerstown and had drunk some Beer before leaving the construction site. The record also said that Naill had finished his last Beer about one half hour before the Accident. Thurmont Baton twirler captures title Kelly Reed Thurmont recently earned the title of Novice Basic pageant Winner at the National Baton twirling association s Eastern regional Competition. She competed in Basic marching Solo twirling and modelling with interview in order to win the Overall pageant contest. She was presented with Flowers Sash and a medallion for her win m the three Day event held in Aston a Over the Palm sunday weekend need also competed in the All East contest winning first place m Solo twin Jung m the Novice division and second place in super x strut she also won first place in open Solo and fourth in advanced Basic strut and second in advanced military. Corey Reed also of Thurmont recently earned the title of Novice All Bast super x strut Winner in the Competition. She received second place in Cal pageant and second in All East Solo beginner Basic strut beginner military strut open Solo and open super x strut. Both daughters of or. Gary Reed and Are 10 years old. Finn fucked age 9 of Gettysburg also entered the contest in the open and regional divisions. Tuckey won first place in the open super x strut category and 3rd in the regional event. She also won second in advanced Basic fat rut and 3rd in the regional Solo twirling event. All three girls Are private students of Donna Landsperger owner and operator of the Winner s Circle studio of Baton and modelling on the Emmitsburg re. Times photo by Bill Schwarz Eisenhower Spring fair Stephanie Reefer a fifth grader at Eisenhower elementary school tosses a Ping Pong Ball in one of the games at the annual Spring fair at her school saturday afternoon. A Good size crowd turned out for the gala event m spite of a shaky beginning due to the weather briefly was found guilty by jury of 1ju1 and homicide by vehicle on october 8, 1987. A subsequent Appeal of his 11 to 23 month prison sentence was made by attorney Mark David Frankel to the a Spenor court was found to be without Merit. Lottery sunday a. Daily number. 6-1-0 a. Big my. Daily lottery. 3-1-4 my. Play four.1-8-1-0 saturday a. Daily number. A a. Big my. Daily lottery. Def my. Play my Shamrock 4-h club elects officers the Shamrock 4-h club met on at the Extension office and the follow Nguu of8 were president Danielle Donloh vice president Eirner Elf Gebhart news abb5 Gebhart game and song leaders Joelle Berg and Adam Blevins the club voted april 16 to give to4-h clubs of Adams county inc in memory of Helen d. Tunison retired Extension Home economist who recently died. Mrs. Tumson was instrumental in getting the Shamrock 4-h a club a180 voted to give to every 4-her who attends 4-h Camp Camp is june 12-15 at Camp Eder near Fairfield. Saturday april is keep America Beautiful Day. This program is organized by the Pennsylvania department of transportation to help and our roadsides of litter. The Shamrock 4-h club will be participating to help keep America Beautiful on heir s Ridge Road. York Springs alumni hold meeting the York Springs High school alumni association held their 66th an Nual meeting on saturday april 28th, 1990 at the Bermudian a pings High school cafeteria with 186 alumni members and guests with one member mrs. Grayson Weigle attending from the first class of 1921 entertainment for the evening was by Al umm members one from As far away was Waukesha wis. The 40 s four quartet members were Ray Hemecker Jack Hershey m. Everett Weiser Dean wonders and Virginia Hershey pianist a Reading by Grace Garretson a monologue by Kather Ine Glass a trumpet Solo by Frank Het Henington accompanied by Kay Guise and Jean Arbogast on piano and the Dolly Sisters quartet Mem Bers were Don Lehman Sherrill Smith Dale Reinecker Lynn Potts and Shirley Smith pianist. The with the invocation by Rev Howard Smith and closed with group singing of the Alma mater led by m. Everett Weiser. Adams Community television program schedule the following programs May be seen on Adams Community Tele vision Sammons Cable Channel 28 from 7 . To 9 . For the week of May. 7. Through May a. Monday Juk the magnificent presents. 30 Romeo and Julie Keefauver 6th Grade directed by Nancy d Angostino 45 local sports Rugby York is. Old Galic part i 45 tuesday the commissioners report voter registration and the Prim Aryl underwritten by a Grant from Davies insurance 30 esp Ora in Poco wait a Public information announcement 2 local sports Rugby York is old Galic part ii 50 How to raise a drug free child presented by the United Way 30 wednesday Good sponsored by Adams county head Start nurturing skills for parents or. Stephen Bavolek. 114 my thursday Romeo and Juliet Keefauver 6th Grade directed by Nancy d Agestino. Juk the magnificent presents. 30 focus on Pennsylvania education 28 children s Art a reflection of their world featuring Adams county head Start artists 8 it s All in the touch Gettysburg based music video Bruce Vandyke 3 Friday local sports with Jeff Cook director of sports programming for Agov. For information and requests for repeating programs requests for a flyer on Home video submission procedures or contributions interested persons May write act Box 3505, Gettysburg a 17325 or Call and leave a message at 334-3000. Act officials would like viewers to know the following act is a non profit organization staffed entirely by volunteers act is in need of volunteers to broadcast weekday evenings act depends on financial support from the Community there is no Way to Monitor the picture Quality from the broadcast location and no picture being broadcast Means no Volunteer was available for that evening. Lloyd Silber orthopaedics formerly Lloyd Silber artificial limb co. Announces the appointment of Robert Hrynko certified prosthetic St orthotist As director of orthotics and paediatric specialities consultations and prescriptions filled for custom folded shoes braces artificial limbs and special items for paediatric patients. Hanover 130 Carlisle St. 717-633-7722 Lancaster 7 East Vine Street 717-393-0511 York 2260 Industrial Hwy. York a 17402 717-757-5858 remember your Mother on Mother s Day sunday May 13th Floral arrangements corsages Blooming plants ass Flowers by wire a pairs i lower c5asut 15 Rice Avenue Biglerville. A 677-6326 Beautiful bouquets a Dainty mixture of Mother s All time favorite Flowers 25th anniversary open House a May 10th, Lith 12th lighting o 0 Large selection of chandeliers Bath outdoor lights. Come and see our new lighting display for All your indoor and outdoor lighting needs. New Thomas lighting Catalon available. Free door prizes awarded special open House hours thur. 8 am 9 pm Fri. 8 am-9 pm apply inc sat 8 heating plumbing electrical lighting supplies 310 pm Conway East new Oxford a 17350 phone 717 624-2171 i pc us of

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