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EarthMarked Property Transfers Police Say Three Fires AtPenn Arsonists Work Iff fiM EARTH DAY POSTERS Mary Brady, Main Street. McSherrystown, and Anthony Weaver, Brushtown. eighth and seventh grade students at the Annunciation School, McSherrystown, stand beside several posters made and distributed in the area for Earth Day. NO EXHAUST POLLUTION Littlestown High School Seniors rode bicycles to school Wednesday in a demonstration against air pollution caused by the exhaust systems of automobiles. Earth Day is a one way fight to rid the environment of the many pollution ills.
'V 'Jf' 'j; v-myv mi a 5 a -WH I Real estate transfers at the Adams County Courthouse include: Charles R. and Florence W. McDannell to Charles R. and Florence W. McDannell two properties in Arendtsville.
in Hamiltonban Township to Larry W. and Carol M. Craig. Anna V. Berwager to Larry C.
and Judy D. Kress a property in Mt. Pleasant Township. Robert F. and Shirley Ann Wagner and A.
Marguarite Funt, to Robert and Shirley Ann Wagner, a pr in Franklin Township. Chamita, two properties in Hamiltonban Township to Harold F. Jr. and Sally C. Thome, Andrew P.
and Theresa K. and three properties in Liberty Township to Leenda E. Farran, Robert Lee Jr. and Dorothy W. Spicer, and Carlos J.
and Mary L. Ricketson. Richard M. and Dorothy L. Cullison to Richard M.
and Josette Ruanne, a property in Ham- iltonban Township. Paul X. and Pearl M. Clapsaddle to Lawrence Mary J. Clapsaddle, a property in Franklin Twonship.
Paul E. and Feme E. Mumert to George C. and Beverly Ann Hoover, a property in Oxford Township. Clair E.
and Ethel M. Summers to Grace V. Frey and Leon Frederick Herman, a property in Abbottstown and partly in Paradise Township, York County. Anna C. Sessner to James L.
and Rhoda A. Mumper a property on Artillery Drive, Twin Oaks, Straban Township. Delbert R. and Maria Thueson to Clyde Jr. and Vera Lee Culver, a property in Straban ship.
G. Edward and Anna Shoap and Russell H. and Isabell V. Shoap, to Richard C. and Phyllis H.
Price, a property in Arendtsville. Blaine E. Nary, executor of estate of Maud A. Nary, to Fil- Nas two properties in Franklin Township. Carl and Lillian Zimmerman to John H.
and Eva C. Clontz, property in Huntington Township. Charnita Ski Area to John W. and Joan C. Lawrence, a property in Liberty Township.
Chamita to Robert R. and Corrie G. Hamilton, a property in Liberty Township. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Police have termed arson as the cause of three fires at the University of Pennsylvania early today. Two conference rooms were extensively damaged from fire at Houston Hall.
At College Hall, two bottles of what police termed inflamatory liquid, were found in the students admissions office in the basement of the building. The resultant fire was quickly contained. A shoebox full of paper, butane gas and a match were found by the main entrance of College Hall, but did not bum. In Walnut Hall, a girls dormitory, a hotplate burned through a mattress. Police and firemen are Investigating numerous reports of false alarms and vandaHsm.
Notices Gettysburg A photography workshop will be held May 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Adams Electric Cooperative for Adams County 4-H members and leaders taking the photography project. Brushtown The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brushtown Fire Co. will hold rummage and bake sale May 2 at the fire hall. Members of the May committee are Rose Myers, Grace Neiderer, Delia Rohr and Betty Roth.
MARKET PRICES Embezzling Suspect Nabbed In Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) The FBI said Wednesday that Mrs. Eldene Diaz, 34, wanted in Roslyn, for embezzlement, was arrested Sunday in Conway near here. The FBI said Mrs. Diaz is accused of embezzling $40,000 from her employer, The Roslyn, Supply Co.
She is being held in the county jail here in lieu of $50,000 bond. Also arrested was Jackie Dale Robinson, who the FBI said is thought to be Mrs. brother, on a charge of harboring a fugitive. He is in jail under $5,000 bond. Four State Men Killed In Action Hanover Grain Corn $1.33 Oats 68 Barley ......................................................93 Wheat 11.40 D.
H. Sharrer Sons, Inc. New Oxford R.D. 2 Soybeans Corn $1.44 Wheat $1.53 July Wheat $1.38 New York Eggi NEW YORK (AP) USD A Wholesale egg offerings adequate on large; ample on mediums. Demand irregular.
New Yrok spot quo. tations follow; Whites; Fancy large 37V2-40 Fancy Medium 32-34. Fancy smalls 28-30. Browns: Fancy large 41-42. Chicago Grain Chicago (AP) Advances of around 1 cent a bushel in soybeans, corn and wheat futures were dissipated on the Chicago Board of Trade yesterday and at the close prices were weak to irregularly lower.
Trade was mixed, with public participation particularly high in the early portion of the session. The soybean complex was most active. Prices in the complex and in major grain futures were strong on the opening, with oil and meal futures again soaring to new highs for the season. But at this point, selling of a speculative nature as well as 0 i t-taking on a brief long spurt, entered, and prices declined. At the close, wheat was cent a bushel lower to higher, May 1.49»4: corn was unchanged to 'i lower.
May 1.26; oats were unchanged to 4 cent higher. May cents; rye was P.i to 2 lower. May 1.09; and soybeans were to 13g lower. May 2.64*i,. LEGAL ADS INVITATION TO BID Motor Vehicle Equipment Sealed Bids are being solicited by the Borough of New Oxford for the purchase of one (1 model new Va ton pick-up truck.
Specifications may be obtained from the Borough secretary. Bids will be opened by New Oxford Borough Council at a public meeting on Monday, May 4, 1970, at 8 p.m. in the Borough Council Chamber, 19 Bolton Street, New Oxford, Pa. All bids will be in sealed envelopes plainly marked VEHI. CLE and be sub.
mitted to the Borough secretary by no later than 7:30 p.m. on the date of opening. Council reserves ttie right to reject any or all bids or to award the contract as in their sole judgment to the best interest of the Borough of New Oxford. Mrs. Margaret A.
Reichart Borough Secretary DONALD D. ARENTZ I I Sanitary Septic Service I Driveway Repair Seal- For Free Estimates Coll 359-4279 I ing. THE EVENING SUN 3 Thursday, April 23, 1970 JOHN W. KERCHNER, INC. Div.
oi John W. Kercbner, Inc. Phones; Loganvllle 428-1456 Deerskins Fnrs Beef Hldet Dead Stock Promptly Removed Hanover R-l, Pa. OYSTER and POT PIE SUPPER April 25 starting at 4 P.M. Ladies' Auxiliary Stoverstown Fire Kali Fried Oysters, Baked Boiled Pot Pie Family Style Adults Children $1 Carryouts $2.00 Dessert Included Tickets Numbered PICKING UP LITTER Ninth graders of Littlestown High School cleaned up a wide area in the neighborhood oif the school Wednesday in observance of Earth Day.
Many bags were filled with litter. Earth Day Observed At Spring Grove High was observed Wednesday at the Spring Grove Area Junior High School when one student from each homeroom was selected to pick-up litter along the LaBott Road, near here. The Student Council planted a tree on the school property. Posters were made and hung urging students to become actively involved in cleaning up the environment. Letters were sent to congressmen and other elected officials relative to pollution.
Annunciation School Observes Earth Day The seventh and eighth grade pupils of Annunciation School, McSherrystown, observed Earth Day along with the rest of the Nation Wednesday. Some of the means they used to make the school children and the residents of McSherrystown awarp of pollution and other environmental ills afflicting the nation were to place posters in some of the local stores and to clean up the area aiiound their school. $58,344 In Premiums Set For Dairy Show HARRISBURG (AP) The Pennsylvania All-American Dairy Show will offer premiums totaling $58,344 at its seventh annual show Sept. 21-25. Thomas W.
Kelly, show manager, announced Tuesday the elosuig date for entries is Aug. 20. Last year, some 2,000 animals from 17 states and two Canadian provinces were entered. FUNERAL OF MANKIND Not all of Earth Day celebrations were happy. Here Terry Wolfe (left) and Sherry Pascoe, sixth graders at Conewago Township Elementary school, Elm Avenue, attend a of a display in the auditorium.
A corpse, casket and mock funeral, depicting facing the of pollution, (Evening Sun Photo) i There are three-and-a'half million youths between nine and 19 years old in the United States ioroUed in 4-H Clubs. RE-CONDinONED ELECTROLUX VACUUM GLEANERS With the Automatic Bag Dispenser, Automatic Cord Winder, Guaranteed One Year. $64.95 Have Your Cleaners Serviced and Buy Your Cleaner Bags at BARBER SHOP 101 Hanover St. Phone 624-2684 New Oxford, Pa. Stock Market Takes Setback NEW YORK (AP)-Te stock market suffered its steepest setback in nearly three months Wednesday.
The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials issues slumped 9.90 points to 762.61. Of 1,589 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, 1,116 fell and 226 rose. Volume increased to 10.7 million shares from 8.49 million on Tuesday. AUCTION ROOM Friday, April 24 7 P.M. Westmlnstw Hanover Phone Auction Room 637-4842 Home 3594798 The following will be sold: Seven TV sets one color RCA Victor, Two refrigerators both two doors, two electric stoves, gas stove, coal or wood range, dining room suite with china closet, nice maple bed, box springs and mattress like new, sofa bed, living room suites, play pens, oribs complete, high chairs, nice breakfast set six chairs, wringer washers, tubs, porch glider, metal lawn chairs, folding lawn chairs lots of nice games, story books, air conditioners, lights, lamps, old coins include 1923 silver dollar, 1923 1921 1922, half dollars 1918D 1907, 1920, Indian head pennies, 1969 mint set, old nickels, single mattress and springs, metal cabinets, chest of drawers, Polaroid big Swinger cameras lone new, hair dryer used twice, two nice radio and record players combination sets, antiques include dressers, dry sink, large oak two door wardrobe, rockers, carnival dishes or bowls, lots of jugs, crocks all sizes, horse collars, horse haymes, shoe lathe, oil lamp, bottles, flat irons, Shirley Temple glass, plates, match boxes, stand glass ball feet, six matching kitchen chairs, four glass chickens, doz.
piano rolls, five legged table witii five boards known as harvest table, two buffets, plank bottom chair, wooden tub, porch swing, rope bed, granite coffee pot, bicycles, kids tractors, rotary mower, lawn tractor needs motor, dishes, appliances, lots not listed. Note above included Estate of Ruth Spangler. We haul. NORM DICKENSHEETS Auctioueer WASHINGTON (AP) Four Pennsylvania soldiers were among 19 servicemen listed by the Defense Department Wednesday as killed in action in conflicts in Southeast Asia. They were 1st Lt.
James K. Flannery, husband of Michele T. Flannery of Pittsburgh; Warrant Officer Charles A. Businda, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Businda of Orrtanna; Pfc. Jerome E. Bowers son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome E. Bowers Sr. of Ridgway; and Pfc. Robert A. Wall, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert J. Wall of Jessup. Hospital Patient Mrs. Daisy Stauffer, North Water Street, Spring Grove is a patient at the York Hospit a 1 where she underwent surgery for a broken hip sustained in a fall at her home.
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