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Gettysburg Times {Newspaper} - 1983-05-20,Gettysburg, Pennsylvania The Gettysburg times Friday May 20, 1983 what a happening for entries in he Tate a happen Imp Call ssh ext Bod 52 upper Adams �,77-9205 utile town 33m�33 new of Ion �,u9m. Gettysburg the newcomers 500 card group a a ill meet thursday Mav 26 at 8. At the Home of Evelyn Cochran at 1s4 Wheatland Dri e. Those planning to attend Are asked to Call the hostess. The Spring luncheon of the Adams county chapter of Pei Meyh and a retired Public school employees association Wil be held at the Holiday inn. Gettysburg at 12 30. May 26. County and state dues Are payable at this meeting. The Gettysburg High school class of 1973 is planning its 10th \ ear reunion july 30. Reservations for the reunion Are de May 31. Any class member needing additional inform fion should Call 334-0585. The tour to Long Wood gardens sponsored by Harp 1776 will depart from the North Gettysburg shopping Center parking area at 9. Tuesday. A the Adams county newcomers Board Wil meet at the Home of Juann shelter. Lake heritage at 7 30. Monday. Ail last year s of ulcers and committee or members. As Well As Newi elected and appointed members Are asked to attend. The International relations stud v group of the a Al w will meet tuesday at the full a restaurant in Steinwehr a Enue. For a dutch treat dinner at 6 30. Timothy Redding of nature s food store Ivill speak to the group on comparative nutritional values of a Merican and Oriental foods. Mrs. Howard Bream and mrs. Ralph Murray have planned the program for the evening. Arendtsville Arendtsville elementary school will have its sixth Grade promotion and awards Assembly at 9. Tuesday. All parents and interested persons Are invited to attend. A Tea for Grade parents will be held following the Assembly. Are Dis Ilse planning commission will meet at 3. Monday in the Borough of tace. Arendtsville Lions club will meet at s30. Tuesday at the rend Sivilie fireball. A a Biglerville Black Walnut District Camperell awards ceremony will be held at /. Monday at the Bigler. Pijie High school auditorium. All boys leaders and parents Are invited to attend. All prizes will be awarded. Ladies auxiliary of Biglerville fire company will meet at 7 30. Monday at the fireball All Stanley orders Are due delivery for june 6. Cash town ladies auxiliary of Cashion fire company will meet at 8. Monday at the firewall. Fairfield Fairfield fair squares will hold its annual Amateur night dance saturday from 8 to 11 at the Village Hall. Upper Adams a meet i no of the chapter i parents advisor com Mittee of the upper Adams school District will be held at 9. Wednesday at the athletic Center in the Curri Silum room anyone interested in attending the meeting is Welcome. Karr takes both nominations obituaries Fol r Al red a an Accident at the intersection of Springs Avenue and route 30 late thursday night left four people in sails Roclor it condition la Gettysburg Hospital a Hospital spokeswoman said. Details of the Accident were not available last night a \ Volkswagen station Wagon was badly damaged in the Accident. An is wheel truck was also apparently involved. Spicer hears mayors Case Gettysburg a Case brought against the Borough Council of by its mayor Thomas Weaver is awaiting a decision from judge Oscar f. Spicer following the of by both sides in Adams county Cour thursday the dispute centers around an ordinance approved by the Council which removes mayoral Powers Over the time and place of police operations. The ordinance which event into effect in March leaves the mayor with Power Only in the area of mainer of police activity. Thursday s arguments were heard in the Hopes of rendering a decision As to the Legal Ity of the ordinance. Statements made by George Gobel. The Atto Mev appointed by the Pennsylvania association of mayors to represent Weaver contested the Validity of the ordinance and cited previous cases similar to this one. In which mayoral Powers were. Quot to begin with Quot Gobel said Ehe mayor should have full charge of the police chief and the police Force. If this ordinance is sustained the mayor will still have the Power of manner the Oiver to direct the dress of the Dav Over the police a whether their shoes Are shined and their hair is Cut and it s a full cry from having control of the police and the police Davis countered Gobel s arguments saying that while the ordinance does omit the words of time and place of police performance Isom the definition of mayoral police Powers it does include manner. In considering the context of the ordinance then. Davis concluded Quot the mayor does t have control of time and place so How can he control what he does t have Spicer questioned Davis As to the ordinance and its wording. Saying that when you have a Council a legislative body ass tuning executive Power that s when of have Spicer s decision will be released at a later Date. Florence Parsons mrs. Florence c. It Brown i Parsons. 75. 3414 Hickory it Avenue Baltimore md., died wednesday in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore following an illness of several month i. Her husband. Harvey pay sons died in 1970. She was a daughter of Charles and Annie Brown. Lattof news Oxford. Slie was a graduate of Gettysburg High school and taught school in area before residing in Baltimore. Mrs. Parsons w As Active in the Zinn family genetics and attended the reunion of the Zinn family held each sept Niber in Dover is. Parsons is survived by one son. Edward Siben of Baltimore three grandchildren and one sister mrs. Mildred Champion of Wake Fores. She is also survived by several nieces and Neph ivs. Funeral services will be held saturday at y. At the Burgee funeral Home. F ails Road. Baltimore a viewing Wil be held today from 6 to 9. At the funeral Home. Burial will Lake place in Baltimore. C. Aaron Rohrbaugh c. Aaron. 5s. Antique show set on saturday Gettysburg about Iso dealers from 13 different states will exhibit their merchandise saturday during the 16th Semi annual Gettysburg outdoor antique show sponsored Fay the Gettysburg area retail association. The show which will run from 7. To 5 will be set us in the four quadrants of Lincoln Square extending to b Ocks on Ork and Baltimore streets and one Block on Carlisle and Chambersburg streets. According to the event s Orga jeer. Wave a. Schultz the show Wil be held rain or Shine. The rain w ill not Chase away Earnest buyers that come to the show Quot in Caid antique and Quality Colie Tibie dealers Are the Only exhibitors. Schultz said and the show it Viii to include crafts. Because the dealers Are from a variety of locations they bring the different styles of Antiques that Aren t found locally. A Little bit of something for he said. The show is held Semi annually with the Fai show suspects surrender scheduled for sept. 24. Over 400 dealers Are on the waiting list to become exhibitors in future shows. Schulz said and indicated about five dealers Are replaced per show. This year inquiries about the show came in from As far a was As Canada and Florida he said. The dealers who participate pay a set fee to the retail merchants association. Proceeds from this Spring s show Wili be used for new Christmas decorations for Gettysburg s downtown area to replace those destroyed by fire. A Quot the Gettysburg merchants have been very cooperative and supportive of the show a Schuitz said. Many of the merchants displayed posters advertising the antique show he said and added that Many local groups and organizations have fundraising events such As Concession stands during the event. Schultz said parking will get restricted in the show area but traffic will flow As usual. A continued from Page i have overtaken either with the results of the Iii standing precinct. On the Republican ballot r Issel had held a 30v Oie Lead the final precinct still to de co anted. But the District was Carr s Home District. And he or talked Quot isse by 50 Voje to an the nomination i. _0n the democratic ticket. Ri.=5el held_3 Lead before anal re stilts relea.= thursday night. Carr. ?.-. Or. That Lead also and -.i. In by amp 4ir2-.535 margin. That makes Erie Fesi real Carr said Asi night. Pretty hard on the nerves wailing i rough this Quot he had said earner in the evening. Issei Carr cd All but one township of the District that includes Cumberland. It Joy and Skraban townships and the Borough of Gettysburg. But Carr s support in the in through gave him the Vic for it. F Issel lost Only Strabane to Enship on the democratic ballot. In a glad it s Fisse i3_id last night. I Horn Sulls if All races in tue Day s primary Are still unon Ciao i uni ii Iii co Jniya election Board completes its recanv3s.s of the return Shi i s. The Isoard will begin the re can Friday morning it wiil take about tvo Days to Complete. Kink said that he was expecting to lose Sorre votes in the Gettysburg precinct but was confident he would St Iii we Theno mins lion he said he expected his Lead to be narrowed because Biesecker had go More votes than he did in the 1st precinct of the Ward. Klunk said he was a Littfe the race to ironed out of be As close As it he said from the reelection reports he was receiving. He was not expecting the outcome to depend on the final precinct counted. Biesecker said wednesday that he was not optimistic about being Able to overtake Klunk Quot i done to think so a Biesecker said about being Able to make up the Dis n l w .5 1 l us h g ii i v e i in a a a a a i it advantage. He said .i4 votes was probably too much to overcome in one precinct in a six Way race. The recount Board began counting the precinct s ballots wednesday afternoon after they had been monitoring the primary election since Early tuesday morning. Board members became tired and with the Quot increasing possibility of error in the ballot count Quot recessed about 3. Wednesday until 9. Thursday. Darry i Mummer. Secretary to the election Board. Said the Board began counting again shortly after 9 yesterday morning. He said the took a Shon i Urich break but continued counting through the Day. Aix Nii 10 15. Board members were signing the return sheets and taking the final Steps in the recount Quot according to John r. White county solicitor. Mummert said Vesterdal aft Moon that the recount Quot was taking a Long time because of the Large number of tiie in votes. He also said there were delays As the election Board whose a members a were relatively unfamiliar with the ballot counting process. W worked Sio a to ensure there were no mistakes made. Quot they Are doing it Verv painstakingly Quot slump ii said. The confusion in the precinct began about s. Wednesday morning aider the Pocai election Board had been Workmo at the precinct in the Adams electric building on Stratton Street. The local election judge called Mummer and said one of the Board members had become in and another was too tired to continue. White then went to Adams county judge Oscar f. Spicer for a ruling. Spicer sent Dowtin a court order directing the county election Board to Quot take immediate Possession of All ballots and ballot boxes for that precinct and convey them to the court House in Gettysburg in such a manner As to prevent election officials said there was Quot absolutely not Quot a Chance that any ballot were tampered with or lost. Continued from Page 1 where they were met by Fri of facials and taken into Federal custody. The two were interviewed at the Barracks a Hill was questioned for approximately two hours while Sim son remained at the station until 11 45. The two were taken to Dauphin county prison where they will be held until their arraignment. They Are scheduled to appear before l a. Magistrate Smyser in federa coun in Harrisburg at 9 30. Today at which time extradition proceedings to Mary land will be decided. The two face charges of armed robbery Robby re and general kidnapping in Quot Flarv and. Burglary in Pennsylvania. And await Federal charges of kidnapping and flight. Bail was set at s250.000. Woman returned Gettysburg a Rebecca j. Barthlow who is wanted for a variety of offences in several Pennsyl Ania and Maryland communities. Was returned thursday from Batesville. Miss according to Adams county sheriff Bernard Miller. Miller said the woman was wanted in this county on charges of theft. She is also wanted by Lebanon cite police. Harrisburg City Littlestown h 2. Died thursday evening at the Gettysburg Hospital. He was the husband of Mildred Jitt in Ohr Haugh. Arrangements Are in of Littles funeral Home in Littlestown and Are incomplete. H. Elmer Snyder h. Elmer Snyder. B2. Of Gettysburg died thursday evening at the Brethren Home in Cross keys. Funeral arrangements Are being made by the Monahan funeral Home. Gettysburg and Are incomplete at this time. Francis s. Crawn Francis s. Crawn. 99. Of Lafayette. Died wednesday at Bam Hill convalescent Home Ewton. After a Long illness. Bom in Newton on aug. 28, 1392, he w As a son of the late Abram and Katlic Crawn. He was the husband of the late Viola Rose Crawn. He was a United states the family Wil receive friends at the Smith Mccracken funeral Home. 63 High St. Newton no. From 7 to 9. Friday and services attly a Home will include an american legion memorial service Friday evening. Funeral services will be held at 1. Saturday. Burial will be in Andover presbyterian cemetery in Andover. .\.j. Daniel Kauffin Ann Danie a Aultmann 27,. Died wednesday at 1. He was Bairn in Chambersburg and was i he son of Glenn w. And Sarah e. Holland Aultmann Fairi Leld. He was a a Weinber of St. Paul la Heran Church in Faye tie Vilie surviving. In addition to his parents Are three Sisters Engette Carver of Shrewsbury. Lia a Baker of gel Lisburg and Rebecca Kaunit Mann at Home one brother Curtis h Kauffman of Springfield .mo., a number of Niles and nephews and paternal grandparents or. And mrs. H. A Kaii it Mann of Fayetteville. Mentoria St vices will be held sunday at 3. At the St. Paul lutheran Church in Fayetteville with the Hev. Kenneth e. Ing. Burial will be at the convenience of the f Amily. In lieu of other donations memorials can be made to St. Paul lutheran Church. The cause of death was As a Seif inflicted gunshot wound. Lottery Roundup. Daily i api a the winning number thursday in the Pennsylvania daily lottery was 5. Hospital report Gettysburg Hospital visiting hours Are noon to %. And 5 to s. Daily. Admissions Benjamin a Roach. 227 Chambersburg St. Gettysburg a Joel c Hoff. 955 old Harrisburg Road. Gettysburg mrs. Terrence Murren Hanover r. 4 Alice Sanders. K1 Johns .ave., a Gettysburg Tod Thomas. Biglen Ille Donna j Hertz. 138 w. Main St. Fairfield mrs. William Omer Fairfield r. I Sterling a. Myers. 316 e. Mains. Emmitsburg. My. Pauline Miller m s. Washington St. Gettysburg mrs. Edgar showers. Orrtanna r. 1 Russel Warner. Isi5 Highland Avenue Road. Gettysburg mrs Lynn Cross. &4 Moser Road. Thurmont. My. Lee Ann Eich Jiz. Bigger Ville r. I Ronald e. Dewees 9005 cry Stai count an Road Emmitsburg. My discharges Debra Omer Gardners r. 1 Patsy Stonesifer. Fitiles town r i Eugene h. Rudisill. .545 crooked Creek Road Gettysburg a mrs. Rodney shocked. 1533s Sabillasville Road Sabillasville. My Brenda j. Shindledecker 50 Clapsaddle Road. Gettysburg Ford a mrs. Ear Schreiber East Berlin r. 2 Julie a. Groft. 97 Gro i Road. New Oxford discharges mrs. James d. Harris. Littlestown r. 1 Raymond s. Snyder. 217 Gaines boarding Home. York Springs Joseph c Bare. Lite Storti i 2 Lyn d. Jacobs. Sunday House. East Berlin a other the Rev Joseph. Pastor of heritage Assembly of god. Chambersburg Road. Get ii Sturg. Has been admitted to the hold spirit Hospital in Hill for surgery. Births Hanover general Hospital visiting hours arc h. To s. Each Day admissions Robert b. Evans. New of Hanover general Hospital or and mrs. Robert d a i air. Or. R. A son. Wedge Day. Other or. And mrs. La veme a Shirley Dut Ferat Black of Gardners r. 2. Announce the birth of a son wednesday at the Carlisle Hospital. Mrs. Black is the daughter of or. And mrs. John w. Duttera of 2fj Low dutch Road. Gettysburg the new father s parents Are or. And mrs. Gitonn Black of Gardners r. 2. Gettysburg Hospital or and mrs Terrence i Patricia Reinhart t Murren. Hanover r. 4, a son. Wednesday. Pm 717�?334-9234 791 York Road. Gettysburg a. 17325 used Van 8 motor Home specials b3 Dodge 35q Cifani Carso vans i a v3. A o is pm. Stereo lore Vonee base Only 9 Fri Esar. A ten c amp a Accra r seas Vas s do 00 social Price s9793.00 81 Foni a atomized is pm Varc from Mississippi police. Lower Allen township. York count a Altoona and in the state of Maryland. She was taken to Adams county prison but is being army Veteran of world War Neld in 4 Ork county because 1, Arne rican legion member Unis county s ability cannot for 61 % ears and was last u a commander of Post 86 of r a a fixation Newton. Also he served As was found when Gettysburg the Touti committeeman in through police were Able to Newton in 19io. Get some information on after Many years of Asso Wiere she was. Citation with Frigidaire. Her Cules powder and weather head corporations he moved in 1951 a Ith his wife to a farm near Aspers. Fulfilling a lifelong desire to be a Farmer. In 1972. They returned to new Jersey to continue a Hobby of Over do years of genealogical research he was an honorary member of daughters of american revolution and a member of the sons of american revolution the .a.arp. The Detroit society for genealogical. The new Jersey society of research. And the Biglen Ille chapter of Grange. Sun iving Are nieces and nephews. Zentz Chevrolet Brickas s9 boo 00 Ecial a Lite s7800.00 78 chef 30 Senes Van v3 a is. Ahas o 5 Odo yes was $5 Soo of special Raice s4soo.oo is 6kc 35 Senes co itemized Vao is. A o. Is. P3 air a few stereo Ari Exira Rice heavy Thuiy an was Sio 300 go Price s8800.00 �z9 bet w sees Van a win do a Stiar v3_ Ajo is a a Bai s Srgo a Issei e d 3 is a 65 too res l be Vas s6 800 00 special p8�zse s5800.00 id r 75 is card Matar gome fori cd Nett fit a Cen �ny35 00� on the in was s9 Scro 00 Cul p8ik s7800.00 p rat service and parts 7 30 am 4 30 pm closed sat. Sales 9 00 am 8 30 pm Sal 9 00 am 5 00 pm i valuable Coupon j i $000 state i i o inspection 1 j passenger cars Only i valid thru May 31, 1983 i Man arrested for theft of to sets Gettysburg Borough police Here arrested 5 Man thursday and charged him with several counts of theft Poi inc have charged Clarence Homer alien Price age 57. Of no know n address with two counts of theft by deception and two counts of theft. He was arraigned before District Donald g Weaver and was committed to Adams county prison. Bai has been set at s7.500 a hearing will be thursday police said Price went to reberts to at 18-22 Chambersburg St. Gett Surg. On april a where he got two television sets valued at s766 and gave the name of James Rogers 218 n w Ashington St Gettysburg. Quot police also said Price went to Baker s electronics at 135 Baltimore St., Gettysburg on april 8 where he obtained a television set valued at s369 and gave the name of Harry Springfield. 703 s. Washington St., Gettysburg in Clicc said Price is wanted for committing the same Type of crimes in other places in Pennsylvania and Marv land. Zentz Chevrolet Buick Lucky Sevin Spray formula no.27 contains 22.5% Sevin Klus Gypsy Moth Worms. Gypsy Moths chinch bugs japanese beetles. Tent caterpillars. Bag worm and Many other insects. On Shade Trees. Fruitt pics ornamental. Lawns and gardens in. Amp Fri. 7to 9. Tues., wed., thurs amp sat. 7. To 5. Zerfing a hardware inc. Gettysburg 334-1122 utile town 3s9-4833 Elk a a i it Scorr

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