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Gettysburg Times {Newspaper} - 1983-05-20,Gettysburg, Pennsylvania The founded 1902 vol 81, no. 118gettysburg times Gettysburg pa., Friday May 20, 1983 copyright times amp news publishing co. 1983 25c two suspects surrender on thursday by Chris Arbutina times Shaft writer Gettysburg a Olon Hiu or. And Jimmy Edward Simpson the two men wanted by Federal investigators and Maryland state police in connection with the May 10 armed robbery at the Taneytown a pharmacy turned themselves Over to authorities thursday night in Orrtanna. The arrests came within 48 hours of the release of Patricia Hively the 42-year-old store clerk taken hostage by the two men during the Holdup. Are. Hively was found unharmed in Gettysburg Early wednesday morning eight Days after her abduction Pennsylvania state police in Gettysburg arrested the two men in Orrtanna. About a half mile from Hill s Home around 7 50 thursday after receiving a phone Call from the two saying that they would surrender into police custody on the condition they would not be harmed. A according to Cpl. Edwin Karr the assistant station commander at Gettysburg. Hill and Simpson placed a Call through to the station from the West Orrtanna general store and said that Quot they were there at that time and they were willing to give themselves up if w e would t shoot the Call came within 45 minutes of a search through Hill s House conducted by state troopers from the Gettysburg and Chambersburg Barracks to investigate a reported Burgar it. Prior to the Taneytown robbery. Fill had been living in the House with Jennifer to Ward and it was her father Stanley flock who had notified state police that somebody had been there while is. Ward and her four child Refl had been out of the House. Flock told police that the television was missing from the upstairs living room but that he and his daughter had heard it on downstairs in the basement. When state police arrived the House was empty but they did find evidence that sonic Fiody had been there signs that food had been eaten and that the Shower had been used led police to believe that the suspects May have been there recently. While police were searching the House. Hill and Wood were hiding in the Woods behind the residence. Karr said a they had been in the Woods watching us and when they saw the manpower we had. They were afraid of being shot a the show of Force scared them off. They had the feeling if we entered the Woods we would be shot them on sight. Quot about 10 minutes later they called and an individual at the store stated that the two w Ere at the store and that they wanted to make a Deal. Trooper Edward Heromin talked to them and indicated to them that we would make a Deal if they a come out of the store with their hands up. Moments after that they were Standig out in the front with their hands up took them into state police said that the two came a a calmly and cooperatively. A they were taken to the Gettysburg Barracks continued on Page 2 going to jail a Jimmy Edward Simpson is led from the Gettysburg state police Faar Racks late thursday night by an Fri agent in route to the Dauphin county prison. Times photo by Jan Chapman c Arr captures nominations in custody a an Fri agent leads Olon Hill or. From the state police Barracks in Gettys Fang thursday night loan awaiting police car. Hill was taken to the Dauphin county prison. Times photo by Jan Chapman by Jeff Thoreson times staff writer Gettysburg a Gettysburg fire chief Thomas r Carr won both party nominations and will replace retiring District Justice Donald g. Weaver in Adams county s 1st magisterial District in january. Quot of Man. Now that a some Good Carr said when he was informed of the results late thursday evening More than 48 hours after the polls closed for the Primar it election. Some confusion in Gettysburg s 1st Ward 2nd precinct held the results of the District Justice race and two other poetical contests in Hobo for More than two Davs. A sudden illness and exhaustion hit members of the local election Board Early wednesday morning and forced a court ordered recount of the ballots from that precinct. The second Republican nomination for the county commissioners race in november was also in some doubt. Incumbent Robert w. Klunk held a 54-vote Lead Over Harry f. Biesecker a former commissioner try in tomake a political comeback in Adams county after the 48 other Prem cts recorded their results. Klunke a Lead dwindled slightly in the final precinct but he held on to win the second nomination by 40 votes. Incumbent Thomas l Collins won the other Republican nomination. The results of the 1st Ward s seat on the Borough Council were also incomplete until the county election Board which was appointed in a court order wednesday to sit As a recount Board completed the recount shortly after to last night. In the race for the Borough Council seat Crosby x. Marizell had opened a big Lead in the 1st precinct of the Ward and continued to out tally the four other candidates in the race Asho totalled 234 votes in the two precincts and won the first of two Republican nominations. Clarence Cluck or. Gathered 130 votes and squeaked past Charles j. Appier by one vote for the second nomination. 130-129. In the Council race Henry m. Mature got 96 votes and Daniel p. Miller got 85 Between the two precincts. The race for District Justice had boiled Down from a four Way contest to a race i Etc Een Carr and Curtis Fissel Gettysburg Constable As the other 11 county voting districts reported their results tuesday night and wednesday morning. Charles a Quot skip Quot Strayer and a in p. Dehaas were both Well behind the two leaders and could not continued on Page contest winners Gettysburg a Helen Rex. Bigler Iler. 1. Was this week s Winner in the Gettysburg times name the advertiser contest Rex won Sloo other winners this Ivecek Are a Laura Zeller. Fairfield who won &50 a Guy Kane Sio Johns ave. Who a on s2.�o a Pear j. Shuyter. Orrtanna r 1, who won si.5, a mrs Robert a Keller. 912 Good intent Road who won Sio a answers to this weeks contest w Ere. Bring your own spirits Caledonia station a our big Chance. Village theatre each member of the family. O been a meats. From within the cells. Keystone lumber Man it one of a kind. Tie Calico connection and Kfaft graft dinner Vare the general store. Helen Rex Biglerville gets birthday wishes from county residents by Linda Maifair times correspondent Biglerville Between 300 and 400 pc pie of Al Ages and from a vanity of Adams county communities turned out to wish the Borough of Biglerville a very Happy 80th birthday wednesday night. The history of any town especially one like Biglerville whose history is far older than its 80th anniversary implies is inseparable from the history of the people churches. And civic organizations band performs Charles Yost better known As a a Biglerville a mister music a directs the Biglerville Bicentennial band better known today As the pipe Core band daring Biglerville Borough s 80th birthday Celebration. Times photo by Linda Maifair which have helped it to arow and Prosper. A prop ate enough then the Communia Celebration of the May 18, 1903. Adams county court action which cared the town from the heart of Butler. Was More a Celebration of the people the businesses the organizations the traditions which have made Biglen Ille judge Oscar f Spicer described As a a the very Model of Good behaviour of Industry of Ali the things civilization is supposed to stand for Quot Spicer president Judy a of cd Iii county court and a graduate of the upper Adams school system was the principal speaker at the a of Munith Celebration which was Spon Ord and hosted Fay the historical and action society in his address. Spicer tried to visa Haze the Bible mlle of i903, when there were 68 people the Ages of6andi6inthe local schools and there were Only 290 people e i n the Tow n. A Hen two doctors wishing to locate in the area had difficulty getting Home and office space when the local Appie Industry was experiencing its most productive ear o Date Hon histor was recording such major events a it the signing of the Panama canal treaty an assassination attempt on the life of Theodore Roosevelt and the historic flight of or a file Wright and a Niaj in Zicai news Story of the a it a an Accident in which a local woman fell off a horse landed on her head an it broke several Bones spin or Al of reflected upon the inc feelings the sense of Priam and accomplishment of those Earl pei1i.>rcrs and creators of Bigler Ille Ile wondered How those ii Ormial Perii toners must have Felt and now the pc ple in surrounding Butier reacted to t be loss of More Han 2ims acres of their territory. And. One Ead part of he original Petit Iori n survived one major exception led it. Was apr inert but Nen county judge Sain Uei Swope and was. Ike Many Ivga proceedings expressed in words which a a give a a be indication of the significance Quot of the action they de Cribe Spicer a a the reflections on the Hislord o local communities like big Lei ilk Only funner show that the people of dams county Are a a a proud people an industrious people a handwork re people who Are de Erving of a lot of respect Quot he i Noralu baled the people of the Horo Noh on he Kuth anniversary of their Touri and on a a having such a Fine coning a i it adding a frankly i think we deserve it Biglerville Mavor Kay Guise thanked the historical and continued on Page Hgt inside weather partly sunny Friday. High from the upper 60s into the 70s. New pastorate Dennis r. Kuhns is completing Seminary and entering a new pastorate with several things going for him. Page 13 Torch club lung Ai Torch club met thursday evening pages budget killed the Senate thursday voted Down a Low lax budget that would have produced budget deficits of More than s200 Bivion. Page 3 extra benefits the celebrity bake auction being conducted through get radio by the Adams county mental health association is reaping some extra benefits. Page 5 special dinner a congregational covered dish dinner was enjoyed by More than 120 members of St. John lutheran Church. Littlestown. Page 13 storms storms and Tornado have Kil led at least four people in the South. Page 3 a Parade of stars a special to be shown sunday honors the Palace theater was once where any vaudeville performer wanted to appear. Page is anniversary the congregation of it. Hope United methodist Church of Fairfield will gather on sunday at 3. For a service of worship and thanksgiving to god. Page �o3 Economy a government report indicates the recovery is off to a weaker than anticipated Start. Page 3 Franklin twp. The Franklin township supervisors signed an agreement with scat com thursday night. Page 14 breakfast held tie annual Mother daughter communion breakfast sponsored by the St. Aloysius Council of Catholic was held. Page 13 no quorum there was no quorum at the Abbott Storti Borough Council meeting thursday. Page 14 Clark appearing the Rev. Freddy Clark will minister at heritage Assembly of god Church. Page 13. Atlanta Golf heavy steady Rains washed out thursday s scheduled opening round. Page 11 orioles win Dan Ford s two out. Two run Homer in the eighth inning gave the orioles a 2-1 Victory Page 11 Young ideas a there s a Rumor out Here that if it goes the distance i m Gonna Larry Holmes said Page 9 Coin flip the rights to Ralph Sampson College basketball s Best player being to the Houston rockets Page 9 Index business. 20 classifieds. To. 16. 1/ comics. 18 crossword.i5 forum. 19 obituaries 2 radio. Television. 18 religion. 8. 13 sports. 9. 10. N. 12 Star tracking .18 these times. 6. 7 what s happening 2 Lemon Day Sale the Gettysburg retail merchants Assoc Niiori is sponsor eng a Lemon Day Sale today the idea of the Lemon a it sate is to give merchants an Opportunity to promote slow Selong inventory. Among the Gettysburg merchants participating in the promotion Are. Carole Ann Shoppe. The shoe Box Jack and Jill Shoppe Tobey a Zerfing a the Linen Chest. Martin s family shoes the charmed Circle the design place. T and s menswear in the Apple tree Zeigler music. The Queen lady shop and ribbons and sows those participating in the Sale will be designated by paper Lemons fixed to the store front

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