The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 4, 1990 · Page 20
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, December 4, 1990
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THE GE7TYSBURG TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1990 Corporate sales manager announced .#; John W. Bailey, president, announced that Sherri Snyder has joined Bailey Travel Service Inc. to fijl the newly created position of corporate sales manager. .Snyder, who has worked in the industry for eight years, has a well- rounded travel background, Bailey said. She received an Associates Degree in Travel Tourism from Central Penn Business School, and began her career at Bailey Travel as a travel counselor in 1983. Snyder relocated with her husband to Chicago in 1985 where she worked for IVI Travel, a $600 million/year agency. After two years at IVI as a corporate travel agent, she was promoted to manager of their downtown Chicago office, handling many large corporate accounts. - Withherbackgroun d an d expertise in corporate travel, Snyder was chosen to recruit additional corporate business for Bailey Travel. She has joined various organizations, such as the Industrial Management Club and Women's Network where she will become active and interact with other companies in News tip? Call 334-1132 624-7395 SHERRISNYDER ...joins travel service the area. Bailey Travel Service is York and Adams counties largest family- owned travel agency, and has served the travel needs of business and leisure travelers since 1949. National grand prize winner named I Richard Day of Gettysburg, is in for the race of his life as a national grand prize winner of a $3,000 shopping spree sponsored by the Glidden Company. On Thursday, Dec. 6, at Builders Square, 903 Loucks Road, York, Day will do his running gear and make an energetic five-minute dash without cash" to tag up to $3,000 worth of merchandise. "I feel wonderful and I'm so excited," said Day. "I guess you can say that Christmas came early this year." Day is one of 16 winners in the Glidden "Square Deal-A-Thon" sweepstakes chosen from Builders Square stores nationwide. Builders Square stores are large warehouse-style emporiums that contain more than 35,000' different items including whirl pools, unfinished furniture, lumber, paint, garage door openers and more. Day, 62, is an employee of the Gettysburg National Park Service. "I'm planning to spend lots of time dashing down the aisle with the power tools," said Day. "I'm also going to keep my eyes open for a new garage door opener. The Glidden Company is a leading U.S. paint manufacturer and a part of ICI-world paint leader. No purchase was necessary to enter the sweepstakes. Digest Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -- Stock prices posted modest gains Monday, as oil prices appeared to stabilize at lower levels and interest rates slipped. '·· ''But'BKliie 1 ^evidence of a weakening economy and a decline in American Telephone Telegraph stock in the wake of its $6 billion stock offer for NCR Corp. limited the gains. The Dow Jones industrial average, which rose 40.84 points on Friday, added another 5.94 points to close at 2,565.59. It had been up by about 16 points near the opening, but quickly gave up most of those gains. Advancing issues outnumbered declines by about 3 to 2 in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed stocks, with 964 up, 612 down and 444 unchanged. Volume on the floor of the Big Board came to 177.01 million shares, compared with 192.35 million in the previous session. Nationwide, consolidated volume in NYSE-listed issues, including trades in those stocks on regional exchanges and in the over-the-counter market, totaled 211.46 million shares. Analysts said the market opened strongly in the wake of gains on overseas markets and a strong performance in the bond futures market overnight. There was continuing hope that the Bush administration's offer to discuss the Middle East crisis with Iraqi President Sad- dam Hussein might avert a war. That d e v e l o p m e n t h a d sparked a big drop in oil prices on Friday and prices recovered only a fraction of that ground on Monday. The January contract for light, sweet crude oil, which lost $4.06 a barrel on Friday, edged up 30 cents Monday to settle at $29.15 a barrel. Bond prices, meanwhile, advanced and pushed yields on 30-year bonds down toward 8.35 percent from 8.39 percent at the end of last week- Tempering the stock market's advance were signs of more economic weakness. The National Association of Purchasing Management said its purchasing managers index, a closely-followed economic indicator, tumbled to 41.3 percent in November from 43.4 percent in October in another sign of Market Watch Closing quotes provided by Shearson Lehman Hutton Inc., 344 York St, Gettysburg. ACNB..._ 20 American TeL _...30*/i AMP _ 44% Armstrong _... 23% Bait Gas-E 29'/» Bethlehem Steel 12 Black Decker 11 Carlisle Co 29'/« Caterpillar _... 42'/i CCNB Corp 14 Columbia Gas 49% CSX Corp 29 1 /. Dauphin Deposit 26'A Dresser Industries....20% Exxon --,... 50% Farmers BT...... 21K Bid Ford _...27V. General Elect _...54V1 Gen. Motors- 36V. PH Glatfeltcr 37 1 /. GPU _ 45% GTE Corp-- 29 Harley.._ _ 18 Harsco 21K Hcrshcy Foods 35V. Horn-Hardart 3 IBM 113 Pa-Power-Light 43'/. Pcopls Bnk EBrin 15 Bid PPG Ind _ ...4254 Tcledyne 14V, Temple-Inland _...28V4 Texaco _ -...SB 1 /. United Tele 22'/. Walmart- _... 30% Wcis Market 29Vi Westinghouse -...26% The Dow Jones closed at 2.565.59. up 5.94 on a vol- umcof 178.740,000 shares: 953 stocks advanced, 601 d e c l i n e d , 4 4 3 were unchanged. weakening in manufacturing and the overall economy. The government reported construction spending increased 1.3 percent in October, but much of that was due to new school and sewer projects. Spending on residential and non-residential buildings continued to fall. Grain Feed Wheat Wheat Soybeans New Chester Corn. Granite Corn ACCOM .$2.40 .$2.90 .$5.60 .$2.35 .$2.45 Classifieds Get Results Call ... 334-1131 The Gettysburg Times LEGAL NOTICES INVITATION TO BID SEALED PROPOSALS are invited by the undersigned for the project described as the Additions and Alters tions to the Administration Offices of the Bermudian Springs School District, York Springs, PA. PROPOSALS are invited on a Lump Sum basis for the following segregated parts of work: Contract #1 General Construction Contract #2 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Construction Contract #3 Plumbing Construction Contract #4 Electrical Construction PROPOSALS will be accepted on or before 2:00 p.m. prevailing time Thurs- tey, 20 December 1990 at the 3ermudian Springs District Administration Board Room, 335 Carlisle Pike, York Springs, PA, and will be jublicly opened and read aloud at 2:00 P.M. in the Sermudian Springs School district Administration Board Room. PROPOSAL SECURITY shall accompany each proposal submitted in the form of either a certified check, certified bank treasurer's check, bank cashier's check or bid bond executed by an acceptable surety company, and in an amount equal to 5% of the total amount of he proposal, that is, Base Bid. PROPOSALS may not be withdrawn by the Bidder for period not to exceed 60 calendar days following the ctual date of the opening hereof, except as provided iy Act No. 4 (1974) of the General Assembly of the Connonwealth of Pennsylva- iia. However, if award of ontract is delayed by a equired approval of another lovernment agency, the sale bonds or the award of [rants or grant, the propos- Is may not be withdrawn by he bidder for a period not to xceed 120 days from the 'ale of bid opening in accordance with Pennsylvania Law. The successful bidder will be required to furnish urety bonds in the form of 8 Performance Bond and a 'ayment Bond". Each bond hall be in a penal sum equal o 100% of the Contract 'rice, and shall be in a surety ompany satisfactory to the Owner. This invitation to Bid supersedes any provisions :o the Instruction to Bidders A-I.A. Documents A701) w h e n e v e r t h e s a m e conflicts. PRE-BID CONFERENCE conditions: Deposit amount «ppllts to each set issued to the prospective prim* bidder. Additional single drawings may be purchased at $2.50 per sheet and specifications at $.10 per sheet. No refund will be made on these. Refund of deposit for .Contract Documents will be made by the Architect within 10 days following the actual date of opening Proposals, and under the following terms and conditions: Bidders submitting bona- fide Proposals on the Project will be refunded the full deposit on sets of Contract Documents issued to them. Non-Bidders will receive no refund on Contract Documents issued to them. C o n t r a c t Documents returned to the Architect in poor condition (Defaced, mutilated or otherwise rendered unusable in the Architect's opinion) will be subject to a charge (deductible from the deposit) equal to the amount required of the Architect to replace the u n u s a b l e C o n t r a c t Documents. Refund of deposit for Contract Documents in excess of the number of sets received by Prospective Bidders will not be allowed. No Refund will be made for C o n t r a c t D o c u m e n t s returned after 30 days after Bid Opening. Bidders are required to provide bids on all work required to complete the project. The undersigned reserves the right to waive informalities in or reject any or all proposals or parts thereof. Prospective Bidders are | advised that this project is one which will be subject to and will be governed by provision of Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act including a m e n d m e n t s and s u p p l e m e n t s t h e r e t o . Bidders shall prepare their proposals after giving consideration to the applicability of said Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act to the work involved. BERMUDIAN SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT BY: Melvin Worley, Secretary John W. Phillips, Esq. Solicitor ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Personals ' ADOPTION * Birth Mothers -- Avoid all the problems and risks of calling adopting families you don't know. Let our years of experience help you find and carefully screen the lerfect family for your oaby. All calls are confidential. Free counseling. All medical and legal expenses paid. DIRECT PLACEMENT - NO FOSTER CARE. Phone our Harrisburg non-profit program COLLECT. 717/737-3960 'TIS THE SEASON OF SHARING... Update Dating Service wants you to. share this holiday with someone special. Call today and ask about our Christ- m a s C o u n t d o w n Discounts. 337-1968. Special Notices ATTENTION: Have your own personal driver to drive you where you want to go. Call Jim 334-0287. Cut out and save. ; neifi nmiicu 19 , ACTIVITY DIRECTOR Responsible for developing, scheduling and coordinating activities for all levels of care in our 294 Bed Long-Term Care facility. Supervise six Activity Leaders. Must have good coordinating skills and be people oriented. ' Full-time ' Monday-Friday ' Evenings and Weekends as needed. Therapeutic Recreation Degree or eligible for certification. One year experience in Resident activities program. Must enjoy working with the elderly. An equal o p p o r t u n i t y employer offering a smoke-free environment and an excellent b e n e f i t s p a c k a g e . Submit resumes by December 14, 1990 to: THE BRETHREN HOME Attn: Helen H. Stabler 2990 Carlisle Pike, P.O. Box 128 New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 624-2161 Help Wanted 19 BOOKKEEPER for CPA firm. Must know payroll taxes. Excellent salary and fringe benefits. Sturgill, Eager, Lehman, 334-6728. BUTCHER APPRENTICE wanted. Call 334-3575. C L E R K TYPIST. Excellent salary and fringe benefits. Sturgill, R a g e r , L e h m a n , 334-6728. D E C O R A T O R S Part-time job, full-time earnings. Raising a family? Working full- time? It doesn't matter, because our part or full-time position will earn you the extra i n c o m e you n e e d , regardless of your situation. Excellent income, flexible hours, full training, work out of your area. For more i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l collect, 717-264-7618. Help Wanted ti "it ASSISTANT MANAGER wanted with retail experience for a full-' time position at the Dollar Bargain Store; Route 15, North Gettysburg Plaza. Apply at store or call, 337-1771-. "EARLYBIRD" NEEDED at Ski Liberty, Fairfield, PA, for snow; reporting position.' Need telephone experi-; ence; clear, articulate voice. Hours: 5:30 a.m.- to approx. 12 noon, P days per week. Contact Ski Liberty, 642-8282, EARN $300 to $500 per week Reading Books at home. Cal\ 1-615-473-7440 Ext,, B-891. FULL and PART-TIME' waitresses/waiters'. A p p l y : L e o n Restaurant, Taney--, t o w n ; o r c 301-751-1110. CRYPTOQUIP B U Y I N G s i l v e r dollars, costume jewelry, gold silver coins. Anything in gold or silver jewelry, watches, flatware, etc. Estates, dolls. Di's, 334-0969. NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that Fort Heritage, Ltd., i960 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325, have submitted Planning Modules ·or Land Development for the South Cavalry Field Recreation Park. The deve- opment will be located on the west side of SR 3001 Business Rt. 15), approximately 6870 feet north of the ntersection of SR 3001 and SR3008, Cumberland Township, Adams County, PA. The d e v e l o p m e n t is commercial in nature,.,and will" consist of a '200 site campground, 1000 seat amphitheater, office/lodge, owner's residence, caretaker's residence, and parking or each item. The area of the ract is 145.1248 acres. The area of the development is pproximately 26.5 acres, "he total number of EDU's is 0. The total estimated mount of wastewater to be lenerated by the deve- opemnt is 20,000 gallons er day. Wastewater from the development will be treated t the proposed wastewater reatment facility located on he project site. The Planning Modules will be avail- ble for inspection at the C u m b e r l a n d Township Municipal Office, 1370 Fair- ield Road (PA Route 116), Gettysburg, PA. This notice s open for public review and comment for a period of hirty (30) days beginning )ecember 4, 1990. C o m m e n t s may be submitted to: Cumberland Township Supervisors 1370 Fairfield Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 GUN SHOW. Public i n v i t e d . S a t u r d a y , December 8, 9am-5pm. Sunday, December 9, 9am-4pm. Harrisburg Farm Show, 1-81 exit 23. Free parking. Buy- sell-trade at the biggest show in Central PA. Admission, $3.00. HTV+? HAVE AIDS? Care about someone who does? Confidential help, support, information. AIDS COMMUNITY RESOURCE PROGRAM 717-334-8344 NOTICE The Straban Township historical Architectural Review Board will meet Wednesday, December 12, 990 at 9:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 1745 "ranite Station Road. MasterCard No. Jane K. Howe, Soe /Trpae PENN STATE/FLORIDA STATE. Blockbuster bowl... Miami, fly from Harrisburg... to Ft. Lauderdale... Dec. 26-30, '90... $829/person-double ... included... 5 days/4 nights... new Sheraton suites, Ft. Lauderdale area... sideline game tickets... airport and pme transfers... break- ast daily... go after C h r i s t m a s r e t u r n before New Years... Call AAA Travel Agency... Gettysburg, 334-1155. 12-4 T P T A F X B J D X Z G W J S D V Q G S V Q N Z " O V F F N S P H V H Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IDEAL LIGHT BEVERAGE FOR THE AVID FAN: ROOT BEER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: N equals Y The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished trial and error. © 1990 by King Features Syndicate. Inc CROSSWORD By Eugene Sheffer Sign me up for a Subscription to the Gettysburg Times NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZTP PHONE My Subscription Choice Is: Q 1 Month (S7.50) Q 3 Months ($21.00) Q 6 Months (540.00) Q 1 Year ($72.00) Check Enclosed For S ANNOUNCEMENTS Visa Card No. Credit Card Expiration Date will be held at the Bermudian Springs High School, Audi- orium, 7335 Carlisle Pike, York Springs, PA at 10:OC a.m., Thursday, 6 December 990. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS or the described project are available for review by prospective bidders at the office if the Architect, Bradley Issociats, inc. Architecture, banning Design, 38 North Christian Street, P.O. Box 327, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603 (717-291-1OW). F.W. DODGE/SCAN, 1234 Market St., 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 HARRISBURG BUILDERS XCHANGE, INC., 2501 lorth Front St_ Harrisburg, 17110. BALTIMORE BUILDING CONGRESS EXCHANGE, 301 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS ,ND C O N T R A C T O R S , apbo Industrial Park, R.D. 2, Box 252, Manheim, PA 7545. Contract Documents lor IB described project can be blamed by prospective ·ime bidders upon request i the Architect, which ·quest shall be accompan- ed fay a deposit in the follow- ng a m o u n t : $75.00 Seventy-Five Dollars). Deposit for Contract ocuments will be received the Architect under the (lowing t e r m s and Lost and Found LOST: If you ve FOUND that the ladies' herring bone J-G. Hook coat you wore home from a December 1st Open House wasn't yours, call 334-6806, for the name of the person who lost it, and arrange x make the exchange. Personals 8 ADOPT: Childless white couple wants to give your newborn love ind security. Help us Become a f a m i l y . ! Expenses paid. Confi-j dentia!. Collect, Bruce Lee, 516-627-2729. Authorizcd Signature THE GETTYSBURG TIMES 18 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 334-1131 Garage Sales 13 ACROSS 1 Part of GBS 5 Jamie -Curtis 8 "...where is fancy ft 12 River in Yorkshire 13 Print units 14 Lake, in Italy 15 Like IBM stock 17 Author Leon 18 City on the Danube 19 Malay gibbon 20 Silly ones 21 "Cheers" setting 22 Boston, with "the" 23 Moe's brother 26 Like some eyeglasses 30 Baseball brothers' surname 31 Wager 32 Leave out 33 Diminishes 35 Drab 36 Pen or skin lead- in 37 Bricklayer's need 38 Turn up ""one's nose at 41 Scale member 42 Play on words 45 Pueblo Indian 46 Hockey rink divider 48 --Jay Lerner 49 Word before mail or pocket 50 Related 51 Exploit 52 Rene's friend 53 Cincinnati Rose DOWN 1 Elephant Boy 2 One of ' Rome's seven 3 Lily plant 4 Tiny 5 "The Merry Widow" composer 21 Detailed plan 22 Broadway success 23 Teenager's dream 24 Rubber tree 25 Fabulous bird 26 Legal matter 7 Psychic's gift 8 Aristocrat 9 Steak order 10 Shield 11 Rx amount 16 Potter's material 20 Candy counter buy Solution time: 27 mins. Yesterday's answer 12-4 6 Arab chief 27 Flightless -- *-. . . . · - j bird 28 Family member 29 Farm pen 31 Plead 34Gunga -35 Double agent 37 Moslem nymph 38 Type of rug 39 Warsaw native 40 Javanese tree 41 Lauren Bacail role 42 Explorer Zebulon 43 Distinct part 44 Hawaiian goose 46 Ewe said it! 47 Standee's lack GARAGE SALE 6 miles North Gettysburg on BiglenriDe Road, ten GoWenvSle, right Russell Tavern, 5th house left. Friday, 9-5; Saturday, 9-3. Factory seconds and suphts items. Harriet Carter tens. New supply of toys, housewares, brass and rrirrored jewelry case, silverware chest, comforters, sheet sets, curtains, etc. EMPLOYMENT DIVORCE $125 Plus $54.50 Costs ^ 7 o fault. Free Consultation. Merritt Purcell, 1-800-635-2419, 24 hrs. ROMANCE IS BACK n your area. Don't just d a y d r e a m ! C a l l 717-848-1408. Platime, Box 3355, York, PA 17402. For i n s t a n t n t r o d u c t i o n c a l l 1 - 9 0 0 - 8 2 0 - 3 3 2 5 . $3.00/1 st minute. Help Wanted 19 A D D R E S S E R S wanted immediately! No experience necessary. Excellent pay! Work at home. Call toll-free 1-800-395-3283. A NEW COMPANY EXPANSION Local retail work. $650 starting. Full-time/Part-time. Fast advancement. No experience necessary. Can personnel now, 717445-2882. .HHCHIVU

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