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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Police fire news the Gettysburg times monday May 14, 1990 3a Bishop sees no cancer cure in his lifetime Fairfield Man struck by car a 19-year-old Fairfield Man was being treated monday morning at York Hospital after he was struck by a car sunday while walking with his brother along the Fairfield Road in hamiltonian township. Hamiltonian police chief John Luntz said that Steven Douglas Heine Fairfield Fairfield received a broken leg and Pelvis in the . Accident. The Accident occurred at 4259 Fairfield Road. Or. Hesemann s 16-year-old brother whose name was not being re leased because of his age was treated and released at the Gettysburg Hospital. Chief Luntz said that or. Heinemann and his brother were walking along a. Route 116 when a westbound 1985 Dodge operated by 30-year old Randan Weikert of 148 tract Road Fairfield swerved off a. Route 116 and struck or. Heinemann. Chief said that or Weikert was charged with two counts of of recess diving and one count of leaving the scene of the he was arraigned before District Justice Harold Deardorff sunday night on and released into his own custody pending a preliminary Gettysburg Man in 1-vehicle crash a 31-year-old Gettysburg Man is facing charges of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol after he was involved in a one vehicle Accident Friday on the northbound exit ramp of . Route Yards South of . Route 30 in Strabane township. State police at Gettysburg said that John r. Shelleman of 1061-1 York Road Gettysburg was operating a 1970 Fordf-100 pick up truck North on . Route 15 up the exit ramp at . Route 30 Friday around . When he lost control of the vehicle while travelling around the Bend police said that there were approximately 220 feet of skid Marks imprinted Back and Forth across the Road prior to the unit colliding with an embankment. Upon striking the embankment police said that the vehicle went air borne for approximately 20 feet prior to impacting knocking Down and Landing on top of a Penn Dot sign. The vehicle involved in the Accident sustained severe damage. Police said that or. Shelleman is facing a dui charge and operating a vehicle at an unsafe Speed. Man serious in East Berlin crash a Gettysburg Man was listed in serious condition sunday night at York Hospital in the intensive care unit after being involved in a one vehicle Accident Over the weekend on a. Route 234, West of East Berlin. State police at Gettysburg said that Carl Richard Knox or. Of 126 York Road Gettysburg was operating a vehicle East on a. Route 234 saturday around . When the vehicle veered off the Road and struck a Utility police said that Knox had to be extricated from the vehicle by York a pings Rescue personnel before he was flown to York Hospital by life lion or. Knox received injuries to his hip and Pelvis areas and to his Chest. The vehicle involved in the Accident sustained severe damage. Two treated after a. 194 crash two people were treated and released at the Hanover general Hospital Over the weekend after being involved in a two vehicle Accident on a. Route 194, South of Pine run Road in Hamilton township. State police at Gettysburg said that 24-year-old Kevin l. Brehm of East Berlin was operating a 1985 Ford f-250 truck North on a. Route 194 Fri Day around . When he failed to notice stopped traffic in front of him and struck the Back of a 1967 Ford f-100 pick up truck operated by 32-year-old Larry e. Hockensmith of Abbottstown. Police said that or. Hockensmith was operating his vehicle North on a. Route 194 when he stopped to turn left when the Accident occurred. Following the collision police said that or. Hockensmith s vehicle was pushed and then it spun 180 degrees and rolled on to the passenger Side before coming to rest. Both operators were transported to the Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries. Both vehicles sustained severe damage. By Marshall d. Black times staff writer or. J. Michael Bishop Gettys Burg College graduate and co recipient of the 1989 Nobel prize for Medicine said sunday that an Overall cure for cancer will prob ably not be achieved in his lifetime. I Don t think there is anything in the immediate Prospect in terms of the general cure or even a cure for the major we Don t have the fundamental under standing required. We Don t have the first clue for most of the major or. Bishop said sunday at Gettysburg College. We know what s wrong with the machine but we Don t know How to fix it he added. On oct. Or. Bishop 53, and his colleague at the University of California or. Harold e. Var mus 49, were awarded the prestigious award for their discovery of a family of genes that has helped scientists understand How cancer develops. In an interview with the Gettys Burg times prior to the graduation ceremony at the College the Micro biology professor said Gas class of 70 reunion info sought members from the Gettysburg High school class of 1970 Are asked to return their questionnaires whether or not they Are planning to attend the 20th reunion on june 30, 1990 at the stonehenge return to Louise tip ton Mains 3584 Fairfield Road Gettysburg a 17325. Deadline is june 1. Help is needed from friends or relatives in the area who May know information on the following class mates who have been lost to follow up Terry Barnes Albert Hamilton Bill Neiman David a. Plank Jerry Schneider Gerig Stanton Suzanne Adams Sturgeon Mary Black Baker Roseanne nation Smith Remsburg Krista Sayle push Barbara Schmidt. Please Send to Louise Tipton Mains or Call 337-1296. Lottery College from Page 1a before speaking briefly to the student body the microbiology pro Fessor at the University of califor Nia presented a replica of his Nobel medal to his Alma mater. I present the replica for the col lege to use As it sees fit although i request that they not melt it he said which caused the audience to Roar with laughter. Or. Gordon a. Haaland presi Dent of the College earlier told the graduates that although i cannot prove it i believe that Gettysburg is the Only institution in the nation to be Able to claim the distinction in 1990" of having two Nobel prize winners at the commencement exercises. Or. Haaland told the graduates the degree you receive today is a Symbol of your accomplishments during your years on this Campus. It is a Symbol of the knowledge that you have gained but it is much More than that it is a Symbol of your collective Confidence in your ability to use that knowledge wisely and As the soon to be graduates walked slowly into Bream gymnasium to their seats directly in front of the speaking platform family members quickly stood up and clutched their video and still cameras tightly and waited for their loved ones to walk by them be fore proceeding to take their pictures. Is. Williams was one of four honorary degree recipients at the ceremony sunday afternoon. She received a doctor of Public service for her work for peace in her country. The other three recipients Char Les e. Anderson interim president at the College from May 1989 until March 1990 and a member of the Board of trustees at the College was awarded the doctor of humane letters. Lavern h. Brenneman a 1936 Summa cum laude graduate at Gettysburg College and honorary life trustee of the institution was awarded the doctor of Laws. And the Rev. Guy s. Edmiston jr., a 1959 graduate of Gettysburg College was awarded the doctor of divinity. Is. Williams said that receiving a Nobel prize sometimes wrecks havoc with your everybody expects you to have All of the answers when you Are just looking for the she said. I speak from the grassroots motherhood Point of View. Nonviolence is the weapon of the Strong. Nonviolence is the Way to re unite my country is. Williams said. It is very easy when you Dis agree with somebody to pull a Wea Pon out and blow their head off. It s very difficult As a human being with human emotions not to do those she added. Saturday a. Daily number.4-8-3 a. Big four.4-9-3-6 my. Daily lottery.1-7-9 my. Play four.4-4-7-3 my. Lotto .ql-14-17-23-26-43 sunday a. Daily number.7-2-0 a. Big four.1-2-6-9 my. Daily lottery.0-6-2 my. Play four.0-9-2-7 Adams Community television program schedule the following programs May be seen on Adams Community Tele vision Sami Nons Cable Channel 28 from 7 . To 9 . For the week of May 14 through May 18. Monday Juk the magnificent presents. Creating the illusion of reality Harry Blackstone or. 30 Eisenhower lecture series or. Fred i. Greenstein Eisen Hower As a Leader further 51 focus on Pennsylvania education 28 look around View from the towers 9 tuesday the commissioners report National nursing Home with guest Host Carol Kniesley director of Green acres 30 Adams county Law Day program 30 cast of up with people visits Gettysburg 20 How to raise a drug free child presented by the United Way 30 wednesday Good sponsored by Adams county head Start legislators breakfast Harrisburg. A head Start association featured speakers or. Lawrence Schweinhart and Lizabeth Schorr 65 children s Art reflections of their world featuring Adams county head Start artists 8 Keefauver elementary school fitness program 13 Juk the magnificent presents. Creating the illusion of reality with Harry Blackstone or. 30 thursday Eisenhower Centennial joint session of . Congress 102 it s All in the touch Gettysburg based music video by Bruce Vandyke 3 social Security administration working for Independence 15 Friday local sports with Jeff Cook director of sports programming for act. 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 pa., 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. Who says he cares about our senior citizens who voted against fair and equal treatment in the Job Market for our senior citizens who has been in Congress for sixteen years and has yet to introduce one Bill to help those of us Over 60? silent Bill Goodling that s who. Haven t you had enough give Adams county its first congressman in 78 years. Vote for Francis Worley on May 15 Republican for Congress and paid for by Francis Worley in terms of a cure we Don t have the Basic understanding the fundamental understanding of what s wrong with the cancer cell. I mean that s the area for which i went to Stockholm Sweden so i feel quite sure that we Don t have the fundamental understanding required if s just we Don t have the Funda mental knowledge required to re verse the he added. Or. Bishop who graduated from Gettysburg College in 1957, was one of two Nobel prize winners who addressed members of the 1990 graduating class sunday at the 155th commencement exercises at the College. The other Nobel prize recipient Betty Williams of Belfast North Ern Ireland received the Nobel peace prize in 1977 for her efforts to end the violence in that War torn country. She was the commence ment speaker at the College ceremony. Originally from York pa., and the son of the Rev. John s. And car Rie Bishop of Gettysburg or. Bishop said that there is always the Chance that somebody could stumble on a cure we be been Able to in the past to treat and cure some diseases with out necessarily understanding but it has been a tremendous stroke of he said. Despite the advanced scientific strides in the Field of cancer re search Over the years or. Bishop said that there has t been a whole lot of Progress in finding a cure for cancers of the breast lung and Colon. There has been better manage ment better Quality of life and per haps some longevity but no or. Bishop said. The 50-member Nobel Assembly of Karolinsky Institute in Sweden cited or. Bishop and or. Varmus of new York City for their discovery of the cellular origin of Retro viral their research found that cancer viruses cause cancer with the help of animal genes that have become incorporated into viruses. Animal genes normally help control the regular growth of cells but when the genes become part of Vir uses they can trigger the uncontrolled cell growth that typifies cancer tutors according to the research. Or. Bishop said that we know How to prevent some say ing that we can get people to Stop smoking and we can prevent the number one cancer in men and re Duce the incidences of the number two cancer in i personally Don t see an Overall cure within the immediate future. Every time a scientist says some thing think they Are sometimes proven wrong but there is no immediate Prospect As far As i can he said. Reflecting on his Days As a Stu Dent at Gettysburg College or. Bishop said that he was deeply influenced by a number of College faculty members Here and left Here hoping to find a career somehow in i had t found a speciality Here Gettysburg College so i went off to medical school essentially by de he said. Talking about teaching As a Ca reer or. Bishop said that if you Are at All Good at it it will be a sure thing for it is a sort of cheap thrill if you do it Well you will always get gratification. You can go years in science and get he said. Gettysburg walk a Thon the second annual walk a Thon sponsored by the Cri Sis pregnancy Center took place on saturday morning in Gettysburg. Several Hundred walk ers participated in the 6-Kilometer trek begin times photo by Bill Schwartz Ning and ending at Keefauver elementary raise Money for the operation of the Center s programs. Thank you Gettysburg we could t have done it without you. We be enjoyed some of our most successful years in Gettysburg and we Are looking Forward to the upcoming years. 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