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PAGE TWO THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1968 LBJ Wiii Host President Of Bolivia Today AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) -- President Johnson, after observing an old fashioned Fourth of July, mixes relaxation with a little ranch-style diplomacy today before taking off for a weekend Central American summit conference in El Salvador. The President and First Lady flew to San Antonio Thursday Social Happenings For Social News Phone 334-1131 Ext 18 and spent three hours at HemisFair where Johnson indulged in some traditional patriotic rhetoric, took in the sights and sampled a couple of rather drippy ice cream cones. The President also issued a statement late in the day expressing deep concern over disruption by hecklers of a speaking appearance by presidential aspirant George Wallace. Johnson today informally entertains President Rene Barrientos Ortuao of Bolivia at his ranch home. Barrientos was in Texas for Bolivia Day Saturday at HemisFair. The Latin chief executive once attended Air Force flight school at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio. Johnson will fly to El Sahador Saturday for talks with the chief executives of Guatemala. Honduras. Nicaragua. Costa Rica and El Salvador. He will remain there until Monday. Touring the fairgrounds with Johnson Thursday were about 40 diplomats, most of them ambassadors from Latin American countries. Arendtsville Man Faces 2 Charges An Arendtsville motorist will face two motor violation counts by borough police after his car jumped a sidewalk and demolished a parked vehicle near the intersection of Steinwehr Ave. and S. Washington St. at 1 a.m. Thursday. Borough police reported that A surprise stark showtr was held Sunday for Mrs. Raymond Grouse at the home of the hostess, Mrs. Paul Shriver, R. 1. Mrs. Harry Shriver was co-hostess. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer R. Shriver Jr. and children, Keith, Philip and Lewis. West Hollywood. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Naugle and children. Dwain. Sandy. Donald and Michael. Somerville, N. J.: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shriver and children. Leanne, Tyrone, Deena and Jill. Dover, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shriver and children. Karen. Cheryl and Douglas: Mrs. Erma Cool and children Barbara, Roy Dean. Ruth and Jerry, Mrs. Margaret Shriver. Mrs. Mary Shriver. all of Gettysburg; Miss Mae Rhodes. Fair-field: Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Crouse and Raymond Crouse and sons Dennis. Dale and Raymond, Littlestown; Mrs. Annie Miller and Jean Miller. McKnightstown; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Crouse and children Debbie, Randy. Sherry Lynn, Mrs. Bernetta Klunk and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller and children Laurie, and Timmy. all of Westminster. M # V Mrs. Hugh L. Houston, R. «, was admitted Wednesday to Holy Spirit Hospital. Camp Hill, and will undergo surgery today. She occupies Room 423. * * » Wendy Heintzelman, Bethcsda, Md.. is visiting this week with her grandparents, Sgt. and Mrs. as will be hostess to the Auxiliary August 21 at her summer cottage at Pine Grove for a picnic. Miss Beuhla Furney reported on the recent visit of the veterans from Leech Farms, near Pittsburgh. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Virginia Lauver and Mrs. Dorothy Pinko. * * Mrs. Howard Pad, Huntington Valley, will entertain at a rehearsal dinner this evening at the Lamp Post Tea Room in honor of 'her son, Dr. David Brooks Paul and Miss Kristin Lady, who will be married Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Biglerville. Miss Lady is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Lady, Biglerville R. 1. ENGAGEMENT Raymond R. 2. Strohm, Gettysburg Patrick J. Bolan, Main St., Arendtsville, will be charged with failing to operate his car on the right side of the highway and reckless driving as a result of the accident. The parked vehicle which the Bolan car struck was owned by Clair F. Foulk. 647 S. Washington St. According to police, the accident occurred when Bolan, traveling south on Steinwehr Ave., made a right turn onto S. Washington St. and lost control of his vehicle which crossed the highway and went partially up on the sidewalk before colliding with the Foulk car parked on S. Washington St. Police reported Foulk's sedan was a total loss with $100 damage to Bolan's coupe. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin D. Gilliam, Alexandria. Va., will entertain at a rehearsal dinner this evening at the Lamp Post Tea Room in honor of their son, Michael, and Miss Nancy Bow, who will be married at 2:30 p.m., Saturday in Christ Chapel. College Campus. Miss Bow is the daughter of Mrs. Richard M. Bow. 339 Carlisle St., and the late Mr. Bow. ¥ * * Rev. and Mrs. Ross Forcey and four daughters and Miss Karen Staten, Wheaton, Md.. were holiday guests of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartzell, R. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Toomey. Melrose, Mass., will entertain at a rehearsal dinner this evening at Stonehenge in honor of their son, Robert, and Miss Ella Louise Mover, who will be married Saturday noon in St. Francis Xavier Church. Miss Moyer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Moyer. MISS WILTSE Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Wiltse, Newark Valley, N. Y.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara Jane, t Ray E. Adelsberger. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adelsberger, Fairfield. Miss Wiltse is a graduate of Newark Valley Central School, attended Keystone Junior College and is employed by Cornell University. Mr. Adelsberger is a graduate of Fairfield High School, attended Keystone Junior Sollege, is enrolled at Williamsport Area Community College and is an Air Force veteran. A December wedding is planned. ILL, GENERALS (Continued From Pag* 1) (Band led by Roger Pansels, played "The Star Spangled Banner." "America" and "America the Beautiful" during the program. A portion of a speech made by Dr. Samuel Agnew in 1805, the earliest recorded July 4th celebration in Gettysburg, was read. The physician, speaking 29 years after the Declaration of Independence and just eight years after Washington had retired after sen-ing two terms as President of the United States, was concerned with the events of that day. He said: ENEMIES OF PEACE "We once cherished the idea that what the labors and councils of Washington and Adams had achieved for the American people would have procured a respect for their patriotic exertions. But unfortunately our country nourished in her bosom the enemies of 'her peace, the base despoilers of her fair political inheritance. Men whose ambitious views had been frustrated, men who labored to aggrandise themselves even at the expense of- the virtuous and good. Men whose ignoble birth and foreign habits rendered them unqualified to live peaceably under Upper Communities Telephone Mrs. Robert E. Baker, Biglerville 677-7614 Dr. Mtrtft Jeffers will b« the supply pastor for the Arendtsville and Biglerville United Churches a Christ, Sunday morning. Jot Coradctti, son of Mr. and a virtuous government. "Although we have to lament the present gloomy aspect of our public concern, let use not sink into despondency. Let us not shamefully despair of restoring domestic freedom, removing the enemies of our constitution, our liberties and country, and establishing tihe equitable principles of political right and universal concern. The sentiments of independence and virtue have not yet abandoned tfce American bosom. The spirit of our fathers yet lives within our breasts. Let us cultivate the noble spirit of our fathers, let us endeavor to restore the principles of the patriots cf '76. Let our bright example attract the admiration and gain the esteem of a virtuous posterity. Let us be active in removing national discord and promptly hasten a glorious era of universal harmony and concord." 1861 PROGRAM A resume of the observance of July 4, 1861. was read as it appeared in the Gettysburg newspapers of the day. The story said: "At an early hour- bells of the Mrs. William Coradetti, Arendtsville. and Steve Gorman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gorman, Biglerville, have returned home after spending the last three weeks in Puerto Rico. While there they were tihe guests of Joe't grandparents in Caguas, P. R. The Ladies' Prayer Breakfast will be held Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock at the Lamp Post Tea Room, Gettysburg. Miss Carolyn Starry will be the soloist and Miss Joyce Kadel will be the speaker. All ladies are welcome. Miss Dorothy Nary, New York City, is spending the holiday week-] end with her mother, Mrs. 0. A. Nary, Biglervill. The Bendersville firemen held a monthly meeting Wednesday evening with 16 members in attendance. The early part of the evening was spent in making repairs to the bandstand on the car- 204 S. Howard Ave. * * $1,100 A c c i d e n t On Rt. 30 Thursday Two passengers were treated for minor injuries at the Warner Hospital about 4:45 p.m. Thursday after the cars in which they were riding were involved in an SI. 110 collision on Route 30, three miles east of Gettysburg. State police listed tihe injured as Mary A. Gastley, 49, Gettysburg R. 5. a passenger in the car of her husband. Elmer A. Gastley. and Noami Snellbaker, 20. Steelton, a passenger in a car operated by Jerry Snellbaker, 26, same address. Mrs. Gastley, the hospital reported, was treated for contusion of the right knee, while the Snellbaker ·woman was treated for a laceration of the scalp. The accident occurred, state police said, when Gastley pulled out of his driveway when he noticed the eastbound Snellbaker car coming toward him. Both drivers swerved their cars toward the center of toe three-lane highway in an attempt to avoid each other but collided nearly headon. Damage was estimated at S600 to Snellbaker's car and S500 to] the Gastiey vehicle. Tht meeting of the Ladies' Guild of Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church, which was scheduled for tonight at 7:30 in Fellowship Hall, has been cancelled until July 12 at the same time and place. Mrs. Howard Knouse will be the hostess. * * * A-1C Harold Ford Jr. has returned to Castle AFB, Calif., after spending a 17-day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford, York St. He is attached to SAC, 93rd Bombers Wing at the base. « * * Beverley Beard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Beard, Carlisle St., is spending the week at Camp Nawakwa and will return home on Saturday. M * « Miss Patti Zeigler, Boston, Mass., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Moyer, S. Howard Ave., for the weekend. * * * The Misses Jennifer and Janice Young, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Young, Victor St., are Laughman -- Landis Mr. and Mrs. Clair E. Landis. York, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Donna Marie, to Pvt. First Class Terry Lee Laughman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Laughman Sr., Hanover R. 5. Miss Landis, a 1968 graduate of William Penn Senior High High School, is employed by P. Wiest's department store in York. Her fiance attended New Oxford High School. He is stationed with the U.S. army at Fort George G. Meade. Md. WARNER HOSPITAL Admissions: Joseph Scott, Emmitsburg R. 1: Randolph Brown, Thurrnont; Mrs. Mabel Ford 51 Chambersburg St.: Miss Jodi Plank, Biglerville: Harvey Warner, R. 3; Mrs. Francis Shultz, Fan-field; Mrs. J. William Long, Fairview Ave.; Mrs. Bertha ·Bricker, Benders vine; Patrick churches, courthouse, etc., were nra. At 7 a.m. a silk flag was presented by the people of the town to the Zouaves. A parade was held to Spangler's Spring, with Zouaves, Adams Rifles and the college guards in line and the rest of the town following in hacks. At 10 a.m. Robert G. Harper read the Declaration of Independence. Rev. Mr. Heiser offered prayer. Rev. H. R. Harner gave the oration. One hundred and sixty were served at dinner. In the afternoon 13 toasts and responses were given." Announcement was made plans of the local Civil War Round Table to visit Fort Delaware. July 26, leaving the GAR post home on E. Middle St. by car at 8 a.m. A general invitation was given those who may wish to join the tour. nival grounds, which will be placed into use during their annual carnival August 8, 9 and 10. At their business meeting it was reported that new tires were purchased for the tank truck, and a window was repaired at the en- ginehouse. A discussion was held in regard to repairing the dugouts at the ball field and firemen decided to delay the action until early spring and install new cement block structures. Firemen will begin to set up for the carnival the first week of August, it was announced, and coin cards will be collected in July and residents are asked to have them ready for the collection. Receipts for the month were $173 and bills totaled $520.36. Joe Bosak, president, presided at the meeting which was attended by 16 firemen. Mrs. E. D. Wentz, near Flohr's Church, McKnightstown, celebrated her 78fch birthday by attending the capping ceremonies of a granddaughter, Ellen Joan DEATH Charles L. Sctwnberger Charles L. Schanberger, 66, Pikesville, Md., a retired state liquor-tax examiner and former baseball reporter who kept score for the first game Babe Ruth played as a professional, died Wednesday at St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, after a long illness. He is survived by three sons, Charles J. Schanberger, Baltimore; Robert J. Schanberger, Smyrna, Del., and Louis J. Schanberger Pikesville; three daugh- :ers, Sister Monica of the Sisters of Charity, Emmitsburg; Mrs. joretto Cooper, Baltimore, and Airs. Mary Lou Flaggs, Randalls- own; a brother, Matthew C. Schanberger, Baltimore; 18 grandchildren, and one great-grandson. J A requiem Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Charles Ihurch, Pikesville. Burial will be in Druid Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. 0. Prank Aspcr Mrs. M. Florence Asper, 97, Dover R. 5, near Dover, widow of 0. Frank Asper, died Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. at Pleasant Acres. Mrs. Asper was a former resident of the East Berlin area. Mrs. Asper, a native of Cumberland county, was a daughter of the late John and Carrie Zodiac Watches Since 1882 Smart Timekeeping for Kim and for Her i BLOCHER'S Jewelers Since 1887 25-27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, Pa. Chas. E Weaver, Owner · Funt Klepper. She was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, York. Surviving are three children, Mrs. Robert R. Hevner, Dover R. 5, with whom she resided for 22 years before her admission to Pleasant Acres; Mrs. Pearl I. Disney, 548 Salem Ave., York, and Pervis I. Asper, Lakeland, Fla.: six grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Ruth Blocher, Chevy Chase, Md. Rev. Gordon E. Folkemer, Mrs. Asper's pastor, will officiate at funeral services Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Emig Funeral Home, East Berlin. Interment will be in East Berlin Cemetery. ZERFING'S Hardware Headquartefrs for McGraw-Edison Power Tools %"--%»--%" Drills Portable Saws and Sanders DeWalt Radial Arm Saw for Builders Simonds Saw Blades for Wood--Metal and Masonry All Sizes Glues and Cements for All Purposes Including Silicone Honhardening Sealers GEO. M. ZERFING HARDWARE, INC. Gettysburg Littlestowa Biesecker, who is a student nurse at Somerset Hospital. It was also STATE OKAYS (Continued From Pag* 1) spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Young, Lemoyne. LANCASTER LIVESTOCK LANCASTER. Pa. (AP) -- (USD A)--Livestock: Slaughter steers 25 to 50 high er. High choice and prime 28.50 29.00, choice 27.00-28.50, good 24 85-27,85. Cows -- steady. Utility and high dressing cutters, 20.25 22.10; canners and low cutters 17.00-19.00. Bulls -- weak to 25 lower. Choice. 24.50-25.50; good. 23.00 24.50: commercial. 23.00-25.00; a few 25.25-27.25. Calves -- choice 38.00-40.00, with a few to 43.50. Good 36.0039.50; standard 34.00-37.00. Hogs--50-1.00 higher. U.S. 1-2 210-235 Ibs 24.50; U.S. 2-3 23.2524.00. Sheep spring lambs 50-1.00 lower. Choice, 26.00-27.GO, a few lots 28.00; good, 24.00-26.00; utility 22.00-24.00. NEW YORK EGGS NEW YORK (AP)--(USD A)-Wholesale egg offerings ample on large; adequate on other sizes. Demand quiet today. (Wholesale selling prices based on exchange and other volume sales. New York spot quotations follow: Standards 30-32. Whites: Fancy large 33%-35; fancy medium 30-31; f a n c y ·nails unquoted. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Bugbee, Ridgewood. ha\e returned after vacationing for two weeks in Michigan, New York and Connecticut. * * * The annual Fourth of July dance will be held at the Gettysburg Country Club Saturday evening from 9 until 1 o'clock. Music will be furnished by Jerry Martin and his orchestra. A buffet will be served, catered by Dutch Cupboard. Hosts for the dance will be Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bream and Mr. and Mrs. George Louser. * » 0 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gillespie and children, Linda, Debby, Kathy, John and Treva, Vero Beach, Fla., have arrived to spend ten days with Mrs. Gillespie's mother, Mrs. D. L. Beegte, R. 2, and her brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. John Beegle, Sunset Ave. * * * i Miss Judith Zinn, · student at Rochester Institute of Technology, N.Y., and her fiance, Jon Engish- i.^an, Boonton, N.J., are spending p holiday weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Merville E. Zinn, 100 Buford Ave. * * * Th» VFW Auxiliary met W«dnM Miller, R. 6; Mrs. Delvin Messinger, Littlestown R. 1; Mrs. Clair Bucher, R. 1: Dr. John Glenn, 27 E. Lincoln Ave.; Richard Cook, Bendersville; Juan Ortiz, Hartford, Conn.; Carleton Wilt, R. 4; Rev. Vincent Tomal- ski, Emmitsburg R. 1; Mi's. Don old Cool, R. 2; Mrs. John Watkins Emmitsburg; Mrs. Raymon Wetzel, 54 E. Water St.; Mrs James Bange, R. 2. Dicharges: Mrs. David Schaum R. 1; Joseph Bellinger, Emmits burg; Richard Beacham, Orrtann R. 1; Timothy Manning, Ne\ Windsor, Md.; Lisa Starry, Yor Springs R. 2; Mrs. Kenneth Mick ley, Biglerville; Mrs. Charle Bender, R. 2; Mrs. Charles Mort Fairfield R. 1; Mrs. Leonar Shaffer, Taneytown R. 2; Mrs Harold Willard, Woodsboro, Md. Mrs. Henry Harris, Wilmington Del.: Thomas Koontz, Littles town R. 1; Mrs. Elmer Gruver 18 Country Club Lane; Mrs. Clair Shindledecker, 217 W. Middle St. James Angell, Rocky Ridge, Md. Morris Eyler, Emmitsburg; Mrs Jay Swisher, Arendtsville; Mrs William Seibert, Arendtsville Mrs. Rodney Wolf and infan son, R. 1; Mrs. Wilbur Topper and infant daughter, Taneytown R. 2. FIRE ON FOURTH McSherrystown firemen extin guished a fire that caused mino damage to the side of a garage at a Hartlaub residence on Sec ond St. Thursday at 1:50 p.m First Assistant File Chief Harrj Von Sas reported $20 damage to tihe garage. He said the fire wa: apparently caused by sparks from a nearby trash barrel. day evening at the Post Home. Mrs. Mary Louise Orner, presi dent, announced that she will move in the early future to York with her husband. She thanked ill who assisted her during her term in office. Mrs, Mabel Tbonv PAYS $10 FINE Roy Hosey, 62, Fifth,St., was released from the county jai Thursday after he paid a $10 fine and costs on a disorderly conduct charge filed by borough police before Justice ol the Peace Robert P. Snyder. Borough police committed Hos ey to prison at 10:40 p.m. Wednesday after he was picked jn gn alley «ff York St. Obsolete Mines Being Destroyed Residents of communities near Letterkenny Army Depot near Chambersburg, will continue to hear rumblings and sounds of explosions for a number of weeks as the installation detonates a supply of obsolete and unserviceable anti-personnel mines. Due to the number of canisters of mines to be disposed of, detonations will continue for some time. Last week, personnel of the ammunition division destroyed 561 canisters. One canister is destroyed at a time due to depot restrictions limiting individual detonations to no more than 25 pounds of explosives. Normally, up to 90 canisters are destroyed daily. The mines are considered to be dangerous and unstable and for the Army to transport them elsewhere to be detonated would not be advisable. Ellen's 19th birthday. Others attending were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biesecker, Darlene and Janice Biesecker. Mrs. Miles Biesecker, Margaret Wentz, E. D. Wentz, Mary Bucher and Edward Heildabrand. The Daniel Bucher reunion will be held Sunday at 2:30 o'clock at the Cashtown Lions park. The families are asked to bring a covered dish and place settings for their group. Supper will be served at 4 o'clock. Gregory Baldwin, a member of Boy Scout Troop 75. Gardners- Aspers area, will receive the God and Country Protestant Church award during the worship service at the Wenksville Lutheran Church Sunday morning at 8:45 o'clock. Members of Troop 75 and Explorer Post 75 and their families will attend the worship service as well as the Sunday'School session. Miss Patricia Tiziani, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tiziani, Miamii, Fla., is the house guest of er. Supervising Principal Charles Hash urged representation at the state School Board Association convention to be held at Indiana State University July 12 to 14. Bills amounting to $46,767.94 were approved for payment. Also approved was payment of $10,320 to Arthur Stabler, architect, the fee for plans for the new building. The meeting was held hi the faculty room of the high school and attended by seven directors with J. Faber Wildasin, president, in charge. LIVE IT UP! Get a Good Second Car '65 Bonneville Convertible '64 Pontiac Catalina 4-dr. Sedan, P.S., P.B. Like new ^63 Pontiac Star Chief 4-dr. Hardtop '63 Pontiac Custom 2-dr. sport coupe, auto, trans,, 1 owner, like new. '62 Olds 4-dr. Hardtop, Air Cond. Full Power '60 Pontiac Star Chief 4-dr. Sedan '59 Pontiac 4-dr. Sedan Open 7:00 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. H H Pontiac, Inc. 125 S. Washington Street Gettysburg, Pa. SAVE NOW $1.00 a Gal. On First Grade Pet Inc. Acquires Texas Company Pet Incorporated, St. Louis, and Mountain Pass Canning Company, Inc., El Paso, Tex., today jointly announced that agreement had been reached for Pet to ac- uire the Texas firm fo'r an undisclosed amount of Pet stock. Mountain Pass is a closely-held corporation whose stock has not been publicly traded. Three classes of Pet stock are traded on the New York Stoci Exchange. The transaction is subject to a ruling from the Internal Revenue Service that the exchange of stock will be tax free. Mountain Pass Canning Company, Inc., cans various types of authentic Mexican foods, including sauces, beans, peppers, toma- ;oes, ^ortillas and enchiladas. The 'irm's products are sold nationally to consumers and the institu- lonal - commercial trade under ,he Old El Paso and Mountain 'ass labels. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brownly, and family, Gettysburg R. 6. Miss Tiziani is a former resident of Biglerville. Saturday Miss Karen Browly will return to Miami for a week's stay with Miss Tiziani. Miss Terri Eckenrode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Merton Eckenrode, Biglerville, is observing her eighth birthday today. Enemy (Continued from Pag* 1) 1,000 smaller bazooka-type rockets. A moBe thorough search was under way today, but military spokesmen said it was hindered by a large assortment of booby traps. The cache is only 10 miles from a big U.S. base at Dau Teng, which came under a 500- round rocket and mortar attack earlier Thursday. Cooks, clerks and drivers helped infantrymen repel enemy commandos in a 2Vfc-hour battle at the base. 10,000 See (Continued from Pag* 1) men's Queen. Heading the first division was the Gettysburg Fire Department queen, Miss Barbara Ann Hockensmith and her court: Miss Kathy Louis Riley, Miss Vicki Lynne Hansford, Miss Louise Ann Tipton and Miss Annie Mary Buckley. Marshals for the second division of the parade were Frank Yingling, Lester Oyler and Francis! Smith. Herding the third were Marshals William Mellors, Paul R. Anzengruber and Herbert Oyler. "Pete, the Clown," Pete Crum, of Frederick, who entertained the crowd at the judges' stand between units, was given a $5 special award. GLEEH OUTSIDE HOUSE PAINT Easy to apply... cleans up with soap and water! ·Won't peel if surface is prepared according to directions. No primer needed on previously painted surfaces. Dries in 30 minutes. Perfect for shingles, shakes, wood, masonry, other exterior walls. BEDDING'S 30 York St. Gettysburg. Pa. We Give SH Green Stamps IN YORK COURT Austin Crawford, Fairfield R". 2, who was given a sentence of six months in jail which was then suspended by the York County Court this week for failure to maintain support payments. Kenneth W. Forbes, Littlestown, who had pleaded builty to drunken driving charges, was fined $250. 12 LUTHERAN (Continued From Page 1) a rgeular part of this seminary's program in continuing theological education since 1960, will begin Monday and July 22. More than 100 LCA pastors will participate in studies on "Etihics of Decision" and "Social Change." The Rev. J. Russell Hale, associate professor of church and community at the local seminary, is director of studies. Dr. Roger Gobbel, recently called by the board of directors to the post of Director of Continuing Education for clergy and laity, will begin direction of an expanded year- round program here in September. "DO-IT-YOURSELF" carpet installers let us supply you with your tackless strip, seaming tape or any other installation accessories you need to give your finished job the "professional look." CJvpeiing ana Bedding Specialists GETTYSBURG SHOPPING CENTER 22 Springs Avenue Phone 334-7300 Gettysburg, Pa. CONSTRUCTION GUIDES WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture as announced guidelines to minimize soil erosion and water nd air pollution during con- truction of federally assisted easervaiioa project*. RECEIVE CAPS Among those who graduated with the March class of the Chambersburg School District practical nursing program the following received caps Tuesday: Deborah G. Dayhoff and Janie L. Singley, both of Gettysburg. FIRE POLICE TO MEET The Adams County Fire Police Association will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at McSherryg* town. 3 Couples Apply For Permits Here Three couples filed applications for marriage licenses in the courthouse over the holiday. Dean Albert Lerew, so, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Lerew, York Springs R. 1, and Susan Barbara Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Gardner, York Springs R. 2. Michael Eugene Leatherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Leatherman. 42 N. Washington St., and Linda Ann Trivitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira N. Trivitt, Gettysburg R. 5. Richard Ray Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Ford, Gettysburg R. 3, and Sharon Kay Kershner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Kershner,! Gettyaburf R. 1. J Don't Go "Plumbing" Crazy We Carry a SuII Line of PLUMBING SUPPLIES Copper and Iron Pipe Fittings Bathroom Fixtures Moating Systems WEISHAAR BROS., INC. 125 S. Washington Street weHygburg, Pa. 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