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Hanover Evening Sun (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Hanover, Pennsylvania Food grocery advertisements recipes amp food features appear in a weekly Section which debuts today food Section farm a number of York and Adams county in Liers capture awards at state achievement Days Page a-2 weather partly Cloud tonight. Partly sunny thursday. Vol. 136 no. 130 the evening phone 637 3736 Hanover a. Wednesday August 13, 1980 Cloudy -if., single per week 20c copy 1.10 delivered Section a Carter a prize tied to planks bearing stamp of Kennedy new York a president Carter arrived in Triumph today to claim renomination and immediately set about to woo the Kennedy Wing of the democratic party whose reticence about his candidacy Clouds his efforts to win re election. To cheers of a four More years a and strains of a Happy Days Are Here again a Carter told supporters that sen. Edward m Kennedy a tuesday night convention speech was a one of the greatest i Ever heard a and expressed Confidence that the party would emerge United to a whip the republicans in november. Carter came from Washington on the Day after the convention adopted a platform bearing Kennedy a stamp. His principle political Mission was to coax a Strong endorsement from Kennedy in an attempt to convert the senators supporters Many of whom were threatening to sit out the Campaign or even Bolt to the Independent candidacy of John Anderson. Carter aides hoped to arrange a meeting Between the president and Kennedy but Carter said he did no to know yet if or when that might occur a i spoke to him last night and congratulated him on a wonderful speech a the president said of Kennedy who dropped out of the race monday night after losing the crucial rules vote on an a open Kennedy has caused the Carter forces a Little trouble Here following the a open convention fight. The senators speech on the platform prompted the convention to adopt his positions and repudiate Carters on the Economy the equal rights amendment and abortion. Asked about Kennedy a support tuesday night As he returned to the White House from five Days at the presidential Retreat at Camp David md., Carter replied a a that a a decision for him to make a and does he need that support he was asked. A i can win much better with him a Carter replied a it would certainly be beneficial for me to have his full support during the there were some signs however that not All Kennedy a supporters would go along with a Kennedy endorsement. Kennedy a Deputy Campaign director former Wisconsin gov. Pat Lucey resigned As a Delegate and said he would consider supporting Independent candidate John Anderson. A machinists Union official said some members who Are delegates would walk out Dur Carters acceptance 5 to protest the presi tory in the fall but offered no direct endorsement of Carter. After that speech the convention was momentarily his. But it was a shallow Victory for the Massachusetts senator his my Carters acceptance Speed Siren to in pop As for Kenned cd s of in an Lumpas economic policies. By signed speech that electrified the conventions tuesday session he called for a party Vic presidential bid rejected and his major platform Plank a pumped by Carter. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall said Carter would formally notify the convention today that he cannot accept a Plank calling for a $12 billion Federal program to create 800,000 jobs. That Plank was the one on which Kennedy chose to focus his fight a to renew the commitment of the democratic party to economic asked Why Carter was unwilling to accept the Plank White House press Secretary Jody Powell said a i can to imagine senator Kennedy would expect the president overnight to change the position which he platform adopted by the democrats new York apr Here at a glance Are planks adopted so far by the democratic National convention for the party a 1980 platform a recognizes the need for fiscal restraint but asserts that the democratic party will not support reductions in welfare or other programs that serve Basic human needs. A states that the party will not support changes in social Security Benefit formulas that would result in lower rates of Cost of living increases than recipients get under the present formula. A Calls for a a phased reduction in the state share of welfare costs and denounces the Republican platforms Call for transferring the costs entirely to the states. A states that a full employment jobs policy and the need to guarantee a Job for every Able bodied american a is our single highest Domestic a denies Money or help from the National democratic party to candidates who do not support the equal rights amendment. A Calls the right to seek an abortion and other forms of a reproductive Freedom is a fundamental human right and backs use of medicaid funds to pay for abortions of poor women who seek them. A opposes efforts to enable Federal agencies to override or exempt state or Federal environmental health or safety Laws Powers that president Carters proposed Energy mobilization Board a now stalled in Congress a would have had. Has held throughout this Long Campaign. I would think the senator and the american people would think less of the president if he changes his to obtain some political under party rules Carter must notify the convention of his disagreement with any platform Plank within one hour of final approval of the document. I Powell said that while Carter continues his Strong support for the Era he opposes the platform Plank calling on the party to withhold Campaign funds and technical assistance from any candidate who opposes the amendment. The convention also called for continued Federal funding for abortions a position Powell said Carter has opposed throughout his Public life. Among the remaining controversial planks to be taken up when the delegates returned to Madison Square Garden at noon Edt were those dealing with solar Energy and the my missile. The solar Energy Plank Calls real bargains menus shirts could be had for just $1 and ties for 85 cents at the Hanover clothing co., 42 Carlisle St., in the mid-1920s. The store founded by Harry Blumenthal left who was assisted by his father a a Ike at registers currently being renovated the first such major project since 1930. Hanover clothing being remodeler mirroring its Faith in the project Long Range growth and development of Hanover a downtown business District the Hanover clothing Ca. Is now undergoing a major remodelling project of its store quarters at 42-44 Carlisle St. Courtney Brickman a partner with Benjamin Blumenthal in the operation of the clothing establishment said a we have Faith in the future of Hanover scentral business District and so have decided to move ahead with a major renovation of our the clothing firm featuring styles for men and boys is Hanover a oldest clothing outlet under continuous family ownership and management. The store was opened for business in 1923 by Harry Blumenthal who was then 19 years old. Blumenthal retired in 1975 but discontent with a sitting around a still works a full week at the store according to Brickman his son in Law. Benjamin Blumenthal became a partner with his brother in 1960 and in 1975, upon retirement of his father in Law Brickman became associated with Benjamin As a partner. When work on the present project is completed by the end of this month the store Interior will have All new fixtures new carpeting and new lighting. Brickman said the project is designed to give the store Interior the most up to Date appearance and provide easier shopping provisions. The current project is the first major remodelling project undertaken by the store since 1930 although lesser improvements were made Over the years. Brickman stressed the firm will continue its present pricing policies noting there will be a no increase in prices As a result of the remodelling expenditures. Shoppers he noted have easy Access to parking facilities on the opposite Side of Carlisle St. In front of the store. The store will remain open during the current project. Ast arrived new shipment i pet remnants Chas f. Bigler sons 140 Maple ave., Anover. 637-4383. Adv. Owens have air conditioners in Tock 800 High St., Hanover a a. 632-5445. Adv. Important open meeting wednesday August 12, 8pm, Mcsherrystown Home association adv. Paying top Cash Gold coins Silver Saur amp Zeigler 632-8664. Adv. For a commitment a to a Federal program for solar or other renewable sources that exceed the Federal commitment to synthetic the minority Plank on the my flatly opposes deployment of the missile system favored by Carter. Powell conceded that Carter faced a Tough fight on the my. But he added that a the presidents Clear and not but the potential disputes on the remaining planks seemed anti climactic after the emotional session tuesday night when Kennedy delivered one of the memorable speeches in political convention history. A i am asking you to renew the commitment of the democratic party to economic Justice a Kennedy told the delegates. A i am asking you to renew our commitment to a fair and lasting Prosperity that can put America Back to work. A he went on to restate Many of the issues that dominated his presidential Campaign yielding on none. Exit senator Edward m Kennedy Waves from the podium of Madison Square Garden in new York tuesday night following his address to the democratic convention standing with him is his wife Joan a photo Sweigart a Mill added to Register by Ann Diviney Sun reporter East Berlin Sweigart a Mill an 186-year-old landmark near East Berlin has been named to the National Register of historic places the director of heritage conservation and recreation service of the . Department of the Interior announced Friday. The Mill already listed on the Pennsylvania inventory of historic places is located near the Junction of Beaver Creek and Conewago Creek in Paradise township in the Northern part of York county. Although the East Berlin area has a number of notable historic Sites Sweigart a Mill is the first to be included the National Register of historic places. The National Register is the official list of the nations cultural resources including properties significant in history architecture archaeology and culture. Pennsylvania has approximately i too properties listed on the National Register which is maintained by the . Department of the Interior. Inclusion on the National Register Means the site will be eligible to be considered for Federal Grants in Aid for historic preservation and will receive limited Protection through comments by the advisory Council on historic places on the effects of federally assisted projects. The Mill also May be eligible for favourable tax treatments for renovation. Listing on the National Register also discourages destruction of historic structures or construction on the site of demolished historic buildings. Mill has Long history Sweigart a Mill also spelled Swigert Swigart and Sweigert was built in 1794 by John Nagle a Mason who inscribed his name in a Date Stone on the West Gable. The exterior of the two Story fieldstone building has remained the same since its construction although the East Berlin historical preservation society has done some restoration work to the Mill. The West Gable has an overhang known As the a a Martin a this is where bags of Grain were hoisted and lowered by Pulley and rope a wooden water wheel inside the Mill provided the original Power for the operation until 1890 when a Rechard Turbine made by Codorus Iron works in York was installed William b Keiser millwright at that time also did some Interior remodelling. With Stone grinding equipment millwrights were Able to grind feed Corn meal and flour. The Mill also served As a lumber Sawmill at one time. Sweigart a Mill also known m Sweigart a Mil Sweigart a Mill near East Berlin is one of the most recent additions to the department of the interiors National Register of historic places. The Mill also known As Beaver Creek Mill was built in 1794 and has been partially restored by the East Berlin historical preservation evening Sun photo state police bring hostage incident to peaceful ending the Mark Steven Royal Exchange lounge will be closed aug 15&16, will reopen aut 22&23 with Damion amp the classics. Adv. Contact Lens associates Complete services 632-7727. Adv. A 22-year-old new Oxford Man is in Adams county prison on a string of charges stemming from the theft of an automobile that led to the holding of his pregnant estranged wife and the woman a father hostages in a York new Salem Home tuesday afternoon. Imprisoned in lieu of $50,000 bail is Herbert John Becker Gettysburg re 7. Becker according to state police at Gettysburg went to the Don Warner Chevrolet garage along route 30, East of Gettysburg about la . On the pretext of taking a demonstration ride in a trans am Model car. While he and a Warner Salesman were in the car police said Becker pulled a .32 Caliper Smith Wesson revolver and ordered the Salesman to get out of the car. A High Speed Chase ensued across Eastern Adams county and into Northern York county. The Chase ended at the Home of Gerald Myers where Becker held his estranged wife Donna m. Becker seven month pregnant and her father hostage. Myers said one shot was fired at him but it missed and he escaped injury. A that was the first time i Ever looked Down the end of a gun barrel and i never want to do it again a said Myers. Myers said the gun belonged to him and was unaware it had been stolen. He told police he never bothered to Check it and Only cleaned it about once a year. State police troopers from Gettysburg and York assisted by area municipal police set up Road blocks and surrounded the Myers Home. A state police helicopter hovered Over the Myers Home while Becker held the two hostages inside. State police major Roy l. Titler area i state police commander was called to the scene and engaged Becker in a conversation maj. Titler finally entered the Home and negotiated with Becker to surrender himself state police said no shot was fired after their arrival at the Myers Home. A a in be heard of people like this but god i never thought id meet one a exclaimed Myers after his son in Law was led from the House about i . Becker was taken before District Justice Harold dear Dorff Fairfield where he was arraigned on charges of robbery theft recklessly endangering using a firearm in commission of a crime of violence and carrying a firearm without a permit. He was then committed to the prison at Gettysburg in lieu of the bail. State police at York said charges in York county Are pending conclusion of the investigation there. As a Beaver Creek Mill is one a a few original Mills in the area still standing but the milling operation and All equip ment were abandoned in 1920 in its 186-year history. Sweigart a Mill has had 26 owners from Abraham Sweigart who owned the Mill from 1794 to 1811. To Carlton Jacobs owner from 1957 to 1976. When Abraham and Eleanor Sweigart sold the Mil to Ludwig Swartz in 1811, it brought them $5,000. In 1976, Jacobs sold the Mill to the East Berlin historical preservation society for $7,500 it has been one of their pet projects Ever since. Restoration work the society replaced the tin roof with wooden Shaker shingles and put in unbroken old wooden beams to replace the existing beams. Doors and window s have been repaired and one of the Stone Walls has been rebuilt members of the society have also excavated the Mills Tail race on the East Side. Members of the East Berlin historical preservation society dedicated to preserving the Rich history of their unusual agricultural town and the surrounding area have Hopes that two other landmarks in the area will soon be added to the National Register the Church school House originally an English school in a predominantly Germar town has in its 200 years of existence served As a sunday school an election Hall and a meeting House for town noun cil the improved order of redmen the Berlin beneficial society and the Berlin improvement society the Studebaker House on West King Street was once Home of David Studebaker who. With his brother John founded the Studebaker Empire by constructing wagons from 1790 to 1812. Future work planned by the society on Sweigart a Mill includes renovation of the Interior for a museum Library and meeting room. They also Hope to eventually construct a reproduction of the old water wheel. Kennedy making Courtesy Calls to party members new York a sen. Edward m. Kennedy the vanquished challenger whose oratory electrified the democratic National convention is lying Low today and offering no hint whether hell stay around for president Carters triumphant acceptance of the party a presidential nomination. Kennedy returned to the Waldorf Astoria late tuesday after publicly congratulating Carter and predicting the party will reunite and a March toward a democratic Victory in 1980.�?� he ignored reporters questions about whether he will for Mally endorse the president or join Nim at the podium before the close of the convention thursday night. After the speech which touched off a 40-minute demonstration of cheering and poster waving Kennedy strategists struck a Deal that resulted in the senators Victory on several key economic planks in the party platform. Kennedy spokesman Dick Drayne said the senator would spend much of today talking on the Telephone to democratic leaders and other part members. Those conversations Are planned primarily for reasons of Courtesy Drayne said not consultation on Kennedy a next move in his measured path toward reconciliation with the president he spent nine months trying to drive from the White House. Asked if the convention remarks were meant to signal an endorsement of Carter several top Kennedy aides said they would prefer to let the senators words speak for themselves. In his nationally televised speech Kennedy told the cheering throngs on the convention floor a i congratulate president Carter on his Victory Here a inside accent Ann Landers Astrograph Bridge column classified comics crossword deaths or. Lamb editorials farm Market prices f news Hospital reports Legal notices patterns Polly a pointers racing sports to listings weather Abab a b5-b Abab a6 b4 a4 a3 a2 b4 a b2 a10-12 b4 a6 wed. Special Maine lobster Jim amp Kay a adv needed at once experienced beautician Call mgr Beauty bar 637-1185. 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