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Hanover Evening Sun (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Hanover, Pennsylvania Weather partly Cloudy tonight. Partly sunny thursday. Vol. 141 no. 95 the e e Venin to s in wednesday january 5, 1983 30c Jingle copy 25 per week delivered partly Cloudy greek prelate will speak at Unity service the annual service of prayer for Christian Unity arranged by the Hanover area Council of churches will be held on Jan. 23 at 7 30 . In Trinity United Church of Christ 116 York St. The Rev. Gerhard Roggenkamp acc president announced at the january Board meeting that Bishop Maximus of the Pittsburgh diocese of the greek orthodox Church will bring the message at the service. The Observance will inaugurate the Centennial year of Trinity United Church of Christ. An ecumenical choir of singers from area congregations will be directed by mrs. Karen Buckwalter of Emmanuel United Church of Christ with Karl Harsney As accompanist. Rehearsals of the choir Are scheduled at Trinity . At 2 30 on sunday Jan. 9 and 16 and at 6 30 on Jan. 23. Choir participants May obtain music from their congregations music director. The service will be recorded and broadcast Over Whir at 7 . On Jan. 30. Mrs. Elizabeth Nickey reported that 182 blankets or funds for blankets were recently Given to the clothing Bank by a Numbat of local churches. Receipts of $1,105 from rummage sales were used to Purchase diapers underwear and jeans. The Church world service truck picked up 5,500 lbs. Of selected used clothing for overseas Relief. The meals on wheels volunteers Are currently serving noon meals to 25 clients monday through Friday each week. The Board confirmed the reappointment of John looser As treasurer and Roy Feeser As finance committee chairman. Normand Raboin Board chairman of the Hanover red Cross chapter expressed appreciation for the unusually Large contributions for Christmas baskets from churches individuals and other Community organizations. The $4,600 received allowed them to provide 240 baskets to needy families without depleting their welfare funds. Extra help in packing and transportation was also Fiven by seven men from the Ork area who Are out on strike. In response to a concern raised by Scott Sager the Board will urge member congregations to make contributions to the Louisiana disaster Relief fund of the american red Cross. Such gifts can be made through the local chapter. Legislature affable during initial session Farmer listens As Sale notice Given a police stand Between Jerry Wright far right and the Baca county treasurer Thelma goodnight on the Steps of the courthouse in Springfield Colo., on tues Day. Is. Goodnight reads the foreclosures Sale notice on Wrights 320 acre farm to Farmers gathered in protest. A laser photo foreclosure on farm creates protest Melee car fire doused Grangeville the Goodwill fire company responded with one engine to a car fire at 2 ., tuesday at the Corner of Karen Lane and Wilson Avenue. According to a Goodwill fire company spokesman the vehicle owned by Emory Panebaker 65 Wilmar ave., was a total loss from an engine compartment fire. By the time the fire company arrived the engine compartment of the 1976 fora Granada was totally involved. Pan Beaker was driving the vehicle when he noticed smoke pouring from the engine. He pulled to the Side of the Road and called the fire company. There is no Dollar estimate on the damage available at this time. Man killed on Job a former Hanover Man was fatally injured tuesday afternoon when he was struck by a Van while directing traffic at a sewer line construction project. Mrs. Kathryn Furhman Olewiler York county Coroner said Larry e. Blouse 44, of 1406 w. College ave., York died in the emergency room at York Hospital at 3 28 . She said Blouse suffered head Chest and abdominal injuries. Blouse the Coroner said was serving As a flagman at the construction project being done by Conewago contractors inc., Hanover re 4, on the Border separating Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury twp. The victim mrs. Olewiler said was struck at 1 41 . By a Van driven by Clair Henry of Henry a Locksmith York. The Impact she said hurled Blouse 84 feet through the air. Utility wins settlement Harrisburg a a Public Utility commission judge has recommended approval of a settlement that would Grant Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania inc. A $21.5 million annual rate increase. Columbia serves 330,000 Pennsylvania customers in Western and Central sections of the state. The Utility had originally sought a $43.2 million rate boost but agreed to the lesser increase in an agreement with the Puc trial staff and the state office of the consumer advocate. Puc administrative Law judge Joseph Matuschak termed the settlement a fair equitable and in the Public interest a and recommended that it be approved by the five commissioners. Under it yearly Bills of the average residential customer would Rise $29 to $828. If approved by the commission at its meeting on Friday the increase could go into effect immediately. Springfield Colo. Apr angry Farmers who tried to halt a farm foreclosure Sale with an egg throwing demonstration broken up by tear Gas say they were protesting Federal policies that Hurt the agricultural Industry. Two protesters remained behind bars today and a third escaped in Handcuffs following the confrontation tuesday on the courthouse Steps which Drew Farmers from As far away As Illinois and Missouri. The demonstrators were trying to prevent the Federal land Bank of Wichita from buying a 320-acre wheat and Milo farm in Southeastern Colorado owned by Jerry Wright a founder of the american agriculture movement. The Bank which owned the deed purchased the farm for about $92,-000, officials said. Alton Warren president of the Federal land Bank association of Lamar Colo., said Wright was three years behind in his payments. The american agriculture movement which was founded in this Southeast Colorado Community five years ago and formed trac Forcades to Washington to protest farm policies organized tuesdays protest said Laurie Schroder of Campo Colo., wife of another founder Eugene Schroder. Baca county sheriff Willard Goff said Doug Goodpaster 31, and his father Jim Goodpaster 56, both of Vilas Colo., were charged with assault on a police officer. Goff said one of the men was slightly injured and had been treated by a doctor. Neither was being allowed visitors because a we still feel under threat Here a Goff said. The third Man arrested Kinan Burk of Springfield escaped by jumping out of a courthouse window televisions a night line program Wright admitted be owed the Bank Money. He said he was unable to make the payments because of Federal farm policies Over which he had no control a including a Grain embargo against the soviet Union imposed by president Carter and lifted by president Reagan that forced Grain prices Down $1 a Bushel. A that made the difference in my making the payments or not. I feel my constitutional rights have been violated Here a Wright said adding he would take his fight to the courts. Farmers began gathering More than an hour before the demonstration. Scores of tractors were parked on both sides of main Street Many with banners protesting the Sale. When county treasurer Thelma goodnight attempted to read Public notice of the auction the Farmers began shouting a no Sale no Sale a witnesses said deputies tried to leave the courthouse but were pushed Back inside. Goff said he ordered the Farmers to leave three times but they refused. The arrests came after a scuffle broke out when some of the protesters tried to push their Way inside the courthouse Goff said. Deputies responded by firing tear Gas canisters at the crowd. Harrisburg a partisan differences were obscured behind bouquets of Flowers and Good wishes As the 167th session of the state legislature got underway with swearing in ceremonies and parties throughout the Capitol. So Many supporters were on hand tuesday that four television sets were set up in the Rotunda to show the House ceremonies while families and friends of the 253 legislators crowded into folding chairs set up in the aisles of the House and Senate Chambers. The first general Assembly convened 300 years ago and although no one present went Back that far nobody could recall when the Capitol had been More crowded for an opening session. A ifs Awe inspiring to be a part of the history of the Commonwealth a said newly elected sen. Guy Kratzer a Lehigh who brought his wife his parents and two busloads of constituents from the Allentown area to the Capitol. The swearing in of House speaker k. Leroy Irvis of Allegheny county marked the official change in control of that chamber from Republican to Democrat. But Irvis who was the commonwealths first Black speaker in 1977, did not talk of possible confrontations with a Republican administration or even a gop controlled Senate during the next two years. A we come together for one special purpose that we and our children shall be forevermore free a said Irvis referring to Abraham Lincoln a Gettysburg address. House majority Leader James Manderino a Westmoreland also called for cooperation. # t a Handcuffs while Goff wearing said. In an interview on Abc tickets presented Eugene Salter right general chairman of the rotary club of Hanover a travel and adventure film series presents complimentary tickets to mayor John Harman tuesday. The series which will include four All color motion pictures narrated in person by world travellers is scheduled for March 18 and april 9 at 7 30 . Sunday matinees Are also planned for Jan. 16 and30 and feb. 20at2 30p.m. Tax May cause strike stolen in an Lnier View on. Do it a a a % cold ans notary club presenting paintings travel adventure series Washington a the Leader of an Independent truckers group says it might Call for a trucking shutdown if president Reagan signs a Bill passed by Congress that would increase truck taxes. Mike Parkhurst president of the Independent truckers association said if the tax goes through a i think the truckers will be so frustrated we will be forced to endorse a Parkhurst said he hoped to visit the White House and added a i Hope we can persuade the president not to sign free Lance truckers parked their rigs for two Days in 1973 to protest sharply increasing fuel prices but they Are notably Independent and no one knows if talk of a shutdown in various states to protest the new taxes actually would take place. Illegal weapons seized Stuttgart West Ger Nany a police a ested More than 50 people my seized a Cache of illegal weapons ranging from Narnine guns to Bullet iring pens in a series of searches in Southeast West Jermany officials said. It was not known if the laches were connected with any terrorist group. Police searched 42 residence Over the past week arrested people ranging in age from 22 to 75 and seized seven machine pistols 74 handguns 45 rifles and shotguns 4,710 rounds of ammunition and some explosives officials said. Voluntary tax requested a built will raise Writy officials have Jurban residents in Pittsburgh to year As a a Volun generally done to being asked a i woman Michelle dais have no authority to raise a $10-a-year occupational tax so they asked suburban residents who Benefit from City services but pay no City taxes to tax themselves $30. A i feel there Are a lot of people out there who feel guilty and feel they should give More than $10,�?� is. Madoff said. York a York City police Are investigating the theft of nearly $5,000 Worth of paintings Over new years weekend. Local artists Philip Colgan of Mcsherrystown and Hugh David Colgan of Gettysburg were to have returned monday to the Zollinger building at i West Market St. Monday to pick up paintings they had exhibited in the building during december. According to York City police the building was Semi vacant Over the Holiday weekend. Sometime Between Friday at 3 30 . And monday at 8 a m. The Colgan Brothers Art work was removed from the premises. Philip Colgan had three paintings valued at $1,275 taken two oils titled a Slagle Creek and a Conewago Creek and a Pencil sketch called a Willie Smith. Fifteen acrylic paintings mainly of Indian portraits were also reported missing. These were paintings by Hugh Colgan valued at $3,700 total. A portrait of Thomas Jefferson and a still life were among the stolen paintings. Police say the theft is the largest Art heist they recall in York. The exhibit was to have been the Colgan Brothers last local display before beginning an out of state tour. The rotary club of Hanover is presenting its travel and adventure series which will present five nationally known adventurers and explorers of the travelogue Field. These men and women appear on such major platforms As National geographic Washington do. Orchestra Hall Chicago and town Hall san Francisco. Each is a professional cinematographer with Many years experience travelling and filming the worlds most interesting and Beautiful places. These All color motion pictures Are especially popular because the filmmaker appears on the stage in person and narrates his film. In addition to the thrilling screen Story and the personal narration Many of the films include a musical background and natural sound effects for added in Montand realism. Travelogues have wide Appeal for each member of the family Young and old As wholesome educational and Joyn to salary Board hears exceptions Gettysburg the York county salary Board met with department Heads today to hear requests for exceptions to the proposed pay increases for 1983. The county plans to increase salaries by 5 percent and hourly wages by 35 cents for county employees who Are not covered by labor contracts according to president commissioner William Mckinley. By state Law the salaries of elected officials cannot be changed. Mckinley said there Are some exceptions to the proposal. Those employees will receive increases ranging from 5 to to percent for various reasons he said. At their meeting this morning the county commissioners made several appointments including or. Jack c. Van Newkirk representing Martin Library and William Oppitz representing new Freedom Library to the York county Library system Board Jack r. Barnhart John r. Clugston and Don p. Connelly to the York county Industrial development authority Virginia Thornton Parker 641 country club Road and Frederick Leinheiser 327 Wynwood Road to the mental health mental retardation Board. In the Senate president pro tem Henry Hager called on his colleagues to a restore Pennsylvania to its pre eminent place among the states a True Keystone. Hager a Lycoming was elected to his second two year term leading the Senate. A Pennsylvania is at at Crossroads As an important Industrial state a said Hager referring specifically to the legislative problems of balancing the budget overcoming the freeze of Federal Highway funds and the $2 billion unemployment compensation fund debt. Gov. Thornburgh made his Way through the Republican Side of the Senate chamber to Greet gop incumbents and newcomers alike but did not Cross the aisle to the democratic caucus. Thornburgh did not appear in the democratic cont rolled House. Abundant Floral arrangements of roses carnations and exotic tropical blossoms crowded legislators desks. Rep. Max Pievsky d-phila., was the proud recipient of a three foot tall Norfolk Pine and a bouquet of brightly coloured balloons arrived for sen. Eugene Scanlon a Allegheny. Toddlers and teen agers joined their parents for ceremonies. Sen. Stewart Greenleaf a Montgomery shared his leather chair with his Young son who accompanied his father to the Rostrum for the swearing in. One Senate chair was empty. Republican George Gekas a newly elected congressman announced his resignation in a letter. His Dauphin county seat will be filled through a special election. State supreme court Justice Robert . Nix or. Performed swearing in of the House members with Irvis As speaker while Superior court judge Stephen Mcewen and Allegheny county judge Nicholas Papadakos administered the oaths in the Senate. Heart attacks leading cause of York deaths adventurous entertainment. Everyone has the urge to travel but Only a few satisfy that desire. By attending the travel and adventure series there is a Joy and thrill in visiting those far away f laces such As Vancouver land Japan Alaska Greece and Brazil scheduled for 1983. A season ticket for the travelogues is offered at $5.00 for students and $8.00 for adults. Each ticket Holder will have the satisfaction of knowing that the profit from the film series will enable the rotary club to continue its work on projects beneficial to the Community. The initial travelogue will be presented on Jan. 16 in the Hanover High school auditorium promptly at 2 30 . Robert Brouwer will show his popular color motion picture a Vancouver Island Pacific tickets Are being distributed now by the rotary club members and May also be obtained at the following member businesses Bailey travel service Menchey music service mount Joy Buick and famous hot Weiner North. Patted oysters fish crab meat shrimp lobster tails. A amp a bait. Pike 637-0244. Adv. Although la fewer York count ians suffered fatal heart attacks in 1982 than in 1981, this disease remained the leading cause of deaths reported to the office of Kathryn Fourhman Olewiler county Coroner. The coroners 1982 summary of deaths investigated by her staff revealed that 326 count ians died of heart Syria builds bases the associated press Syria is building two bases deep inside its territory for advanced soviet Sam-5 antiaircraft missiles that could seriously threaten israeli aircraft within israelis own airspace . Intelligence sources say. In Lebanon police said 13 people were killed today and 37 others wounded As fighting continued Between rival moslem militias vying for control of the port City of Tripoli. In a separate incident an israeli army vehicle was blown up in the Christian populated town of Hadath three Miles South of Beirut according to reports by lebanese police and the israeli military command the command said two soldiers were wounded and a second charge was found but disarmed. Lebanese newspapers and radio also reported two israeli soldiers were abducted at gunpoint tuesday near the coastal town of Jiye 15 Miles South of Beirut. Tripoli a half million residents spent their sixth straight Day in basements and bomb shelters taking Refuge from the fighting that police say has killed at least 157 people Over the past seven weeks. Pro syrian Alawize moslem and palestinian backed sunnis Are battling for control of Tripoli Lebanon a second largest City located 50 Miles North of Beirut in syrian controlled territory. Former lebanese prime minister Rashid Karami a sunni moslem and Tripoli a leading politician was in Syria seeking president Hafez Assad a intervention to arrange a ceasefire. Farouk Mukaddam a sunni militia commander called the fighting a a Bloodbath a massacre committed piecemeal a according to Lebanon state radio. He also was quoted As saying More than 3,000 people have died in the past month. Food supplies have dwindled in Tripoli and there is no running water in the Seaside slum districts of Baal Mohssen Babel Tabba Neh and Kebbeh where the heaviest fighting was reported. All ladies Wear 1-3 off Trone amp Weikert. Adv. Diseases As compared to 403 the year before. Traffic accidents on county roadways claimed the lives of 54 persons in 1982, one More than in the previous year. Mrs. Olewiler noted there were 44 stillborn deaths last year nine fewer than in 1981 and suicides in 1982 numbered 31, compared to 32 in 1981. The end of the year reported disclosed 27 deaths due to cancer. This was 17 less than cancer related deaths in 1981. Other deaths probed by the coroners office were Gastro intestinal 14, genitourinary our respiratory diseases 18 work accidents five Home and play accidents 19 crib deaths five cause other than vascular la unknown one undetermined three fire three homicides six and others one. Under the category of deaths by suicide the leading Type was by gun which totalled 22. Four deaths was due to hanging two by drugs two by Carbon monoxide poisoning and one by overdose. There were four homicide deaths caused by beatings one by stabbing and one As the result of injuries suffered in a fight the reported disclosed. Store robbed a slender Young Man robbed a woman clerk at Handy Market 455 Carlisle St., at knife Point tuesday about 11 20 . And escaped with an undetermined amount of Cash. The clerk told police the Man displayed a knife As he demanded Money from the Cash Register. After grabbing the Money he fled the premises on foot. Hanover police said the robber was described As being in the 19 to 21-year age Span and was five feet nine inches to five feet to inches tall. The Man had Light complexion and was slender build and was said to have a a a slim nose. He had dark hair. The robber was wearing Light Blue trousers a Blue coat and a bluish Green knit Cap with an Orange tassle. Index accent 5 Ann Landers 15 armed forces 24 Astrograph 15 Bridge column 15 classified 16,17 comics 15 consumer reports 21 crossword 15 deaths 6 or. Lamb 27 editorials 4 farm Market prices 6 Hospital reports 6 Legal notices 21 movie review 17 Polly a pointers 17 sports 12-14 to listings 14 weather 6 every thurs Nile St Joers bait St $1,000, $575, $200 Patty amp Johns rest will be donuts sex rests drive Tiroui open for Sun dinners at pm window opens 5am, 45 Fred s effective Jan 9,1983 adv. 632-0890 adv Bingo Joe s i jackpots. Adv. Effective Jan 9,1983 adv. Liquidation shoe Sale see and on Page 5 adv Check our Sale and on pm. 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