Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on September 13, 1990 · 14
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Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York · 14

Elmira, New York
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Thursday, September 13, 1990
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Gray & Hoffman Sts. -Elmira OPN: Mon. - Sot. 7a.m. 1 1p.m.; Sun. 8a.m. - 6p.m. UJestinghouse fid. - Horseheads OPN: 4 HOURS (Closed from Sunday 9p.m. - Mondou 7om.) "our Supermarket that Specializes in Personal Service1 Many teachers lack contracts across Pa. The Associated Press Little changed Wednesday in negotiations for new teacher contracts across Pennsylvania, with five districts still on strike and 63 remaining without a settlement. Teachers in the West Branch School District, Clearfield County, went back on strike Wednesday after returning to class for one day Tuesday. About 70 students staged their own separate picket line in protest of the strike. A wage freeze for the first year of the three-year contract is the major stumbling block in negotiations. The 72-member union has said it will stay out of school as long as the board insists on the freeze. Union members have been maintaining their strike on a day-to-day basis. "Why can't you either strike or not strike?" said picketing students. Union spokesman Joe Kovalcin said he would take the student's concerns to the union and told students their picketing had made an impact. "You got your point across to a lot of people," he said. The Pennsylvania State Education Association reported 98 districts had reached contract settlements and 63 were still bargaining. Lonely? Lovelorn? Looking for a Lasting Relationship? t '.' ' '. '-i . JU& sept ti 2i Send your message to nearly 90,000 Star-Gazette readers in the Twin Tiers during National Singles Week with this "Happy Ad". Only $6.25 per column inch Must be paid in advance. We will publish your message on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 in our highly-read Classified section. Stop by with your copy today! FINAL DEADLINE IS THURS., SEPT. 20th Star- Gazette O t Tl Discover what's in it for you! 201 Baldwin St. Elmira, NY 14902 733-8365 P.S. . We'll even help you write it and design it! Mail center evacuated; after hand grenades . found in broken box 1 , The Associated Press CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Chambersburg man said when he heard that cookies spilled out of a broken box along with live, vintage grenades at a Philadelphia postal center, he knew the package had been sent to him. Richard Keller said he was expecting a package from France from a fellow collector of World War I memorabilia. But Keller said he had requested only empty bottles, a mess kit, military-style leggings and two boxes of French cookies. Keller said he would have been "crazy" to ask for grenades. He declined to identify his friend, but said he was sure the Frenchman meant no harm. "I'm sure he selected some items he thought were harmless and put them in a box in the mail," Keller said Monday. "Over there they are used to that stuff being scattered all over the place." Discovery of the grenades'" caused a three-hour evacua-v" tion of a bulk mail center in northeast Philadelphia on Saturday. The 19 grenades and: an artillery shell were taken to; a disposal site and blown up,' 3 bomb squad Sgt. Robert Garri-1 ' son said. ' - The box also contained the- promised bottles, mess kit.i -leggings and cookies. Kelleri said "it was the cookies" that tipped him off. He took off work at Letter-kenny Army Depot to straight-' en out the matter investigators irom tne u.a.,rt Postal Inspection Service, Har-j risburg division, and the Bu-w reau of Alcohol, Tobacco and ,," Firearms visited Keller on,,'., Monday. No charges are being f-pressed at this time, said Roy Miller, head of the Fraud and . Prohibited Mails team at the the U.S. Postal Service. "Be careful when you order " cookies from France," Keller v, quipped. a 1990 EB5 CORP. ADVERTISEMENT : X ; Vs-;, L H WRINKLE CREAM SUCCESS Millions of jars of the exciting wrinkle cream developed by Pharmacist Robert Heldfond have been sold across the country to women of all ages who are reporting wonderful results. 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