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Lebanon Daily News, Tuesday, September 18, 1979 27 100 Public Notices Boston, shortly after a portion of its tail section fell off at 25,000 feet. One stewardess was reported slightly injured. (UPI Telephoto) EMERGENCY LANDING A DC-9 Air Canada jetliner (similar to this one) carrying 38 passengers and five crew members made an emergency landing Monday at Logan International Airport, Stewardess Hurt In Forced Landing After Jet Loses Tail been determined no explosives were involved in the accident. Offhand I cant recall having this malfunction hpen before, said Ray ffry, a spokesman for McDonnell Douglas which manufactured the aircraft. But its almost impossible to make any analysis with the limited information we have so far about the incident.

N.H., to make a 180-degree turn back to Logan, where he made a afe landing at 1254 p.m. he flight attendant suffered a bump on the head when she fell during the accident. The plane carried 38 passengers One unidentified passenger said, Lunch was being served when it happened. There was a loud noise and the oxygen Strikes Keep 40,000 Students From Class NOTICE Sealed bids or proposals will be received by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Room 106 21st and Herr Streets, Hamsburg Pennsylvania 17120 until 11 00 A on Thursday, October 11, 1979 for the leasing of winter service equipment for snow and ice removal work on an As Needed basis for use beginning November 1, 1979 and terminating April 30, 1980 The equipment is for various locations in Lebanon County with the following specifications and equipped as follows Dump Truck (26,000 GVW Mm) to (73 279 GVW Max) WSnow Plow 1-way (10 ft Min WTailgate or Box Chemical Spreader (5 min Bid proposals are available at the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Of- flee located at the above address and at the Lebanon County Superintendent office located at 1445 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 Each bidder may bid on as many of the above units as he wishes and must deposit with his bid a Certified check payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of One Hundred Dollars ($100 00) for each unit of equipment bid as a mone- tary guaranty of the performance of the terms of his proposal 17 16 4661 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE ZONING HEARING BOARD OF BETHEL TOWNSHIP LEBANON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA CASE 7-79 The Zoning Heanng Board of Bethel Township will meet in public session to hear a petition from Richard and Helen Conner, 623 Walnut Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 PLACE Bethel Township Building DATE Tuesday, October 2, 1979 TIME 7 30 Appellants own property measunng 60 -feet by 169 feet located approximately 400 feet north of Grebie Road between Houtz- town Road and Swatara Creek An addition to the existing porch was constructed for protection against ice damage The property -is located in the OSC District where construction is prohibited unless to alleviate flood conditions By order of the Zoning Hearing Board of Betnei Township, County of Lebanon, Pennsylvania Russell Smith Chairman 21,25 4171 BEFORE THE ZONING HEARING BOARD OF JACKSON TOWNSHIP LEBANON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA Case No 11-1979 A hearing will be held on the Petition of James Laps and Eileen Laps for permission to establish and operate an auto repair business on their property located on Township Road T-572 also known as Fair- lane Avenue in the Township of Jackson, County of Lebanon and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The petitioner is seeking a change of a nonconforming use andor variance The property is owned by James Lape and Eileen Cape, 2, Myer- A stown, Pennsylvania PLACE Jackson Elemental School DATE September 24 1979 TIME 7 30 clock Prevailing Time The distnet in which the applicants pro- 4 pose to establish the use and operation of an auto repair business is zoned 2 under the Zoning Ordinance of the Township of Jackson Ail parties may appear and be heard at the heanng if they so desire By order of the Zoning Hearing Board of -the Township of Jackson County of Leba- -non and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. ZONING HEARING BOARD OF JACKSON TOWNSHIP Carl Feeg George Worn Leonard Schott 11 18 4603 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF SOUTH LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP LEBANON COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA CASE 5-79 The Board of Supervisors of South Lon-donderiy Township will meet in public session to near a petition for a zoning amendment from Grace Brethren Church of Palmyra 236 West Main Street, Palmyra, Pennsylvania, 17078 PLACE South Londonderry Township Building DATE Wednesday October 3, 1979 TIME 8 00PM The petitioners own 24 acres partially in North Londonderry and South Londonderry Townships They propose to construct a new church building including educational facilities in the South Londonderry portion of the property It is proposed to amend the zoning map by changing the area from the present designation of Industrial to R-1 Low Density Residential The area proposed by the Church is enlarged by recommendation of the South Londonderry Township Planning Commission and the Board of Super-visorstobeboundedasfollows to the north by the township line to the west by South Forge Road and to the south and east by Airport Road Individuals wishing to ask questions regarding the petition may contact the South Londonderry Township Office or the Lebanon County Planning Department to view the case documents and map By order of the Supervisors of South Londonderry Township, County of Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

Mark Hitz Chairman 16 25 4636 CLOSETS FILLED WITH ODDS AND ENDS? SELL THEM FAST WITH A CLASSIFIED AD1 PUBLIC SALE EBERSOLES Auction Barn TONIGHT 6 P.M. 1800 Thompson Lebanon 3 miles north of Annvilie, 1V4 miles northeast of Water Works. Roy I. Ebersole, Auctioneer We Sell On Commission. 867-1041 Fire, Police Log Lebanon Thefts: Someone entered the car of Philip Seyfert, 13 Lebanon Village, and stole tools and a portable radio and speakers valued at $150.

The theft occurred Saturday night. Sheila Roche, 1004 Walnut reported a small filing box containing personal items stolen from her car infront of her residence. The value is $15. John Davis, 419 N. Seventh reported the theft of 20 newspapers.

They were taken from a drop-off point at Ninth and Church streets. Criminal mischief: William C. Baum 321 E. Cumberland reported a tire on his car punctured while parked in front of his home. The damage was estimated at $85.

Accidents Frank G. Fina, 62, and Jeffrey L. Hicks, 23, Manheim, were treated at Good Samaritan Hospital Monday afternoon following a crash at 10th and Poplar streets that involved their cars. Fina had neck injuries and Hicks suffered bruises and brush bums. A parked car owned by Debra A.

Hartmoyer, 1247 Willow was struck by a hit-run driver at 12th and Willow street early Sunday morning. Fire: Minimal loss was listed by Assistant Fire Chief Richard Kuhnert in a fire Monday night at the I. Auman Machine Fourth Avenue and Spring Street. The fire apparently resulted from a cigarette dropped while repairs were being made to the roof earlier in the day. The fire report said the cigarette caused smoldering between the roof and ceiling.

The fire was reported to the Emergency Management Agency at 7 27 p.m. after it was discovered by a cleaning woman. The Chemical, Washington, Liberty and Hook and Ladder fire companies were dispatched. Northern Lebanon Hit-and-run: Between 9:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.

on Monday a car owned by Eugene Eisenhauer 229 Lehman St received light damage while parked in the Lebanon Valley Mall parking lot. The car had been parked there by Vicki Eisenhauer. South Londonderry Township Recovered vehicle: A 1975 Fiat owned by Joseph Scorcia, 128 E. Maple Palmyra, which had been stolen Sept. 13 while parked in front of his residence, was recovered Monday evening, abandoned behind the Unitea Church of Christ, 31 E.

Main Campbelltown. Police said that the car had not been damaged. Annvilie Car fire: It occurred at 708 E. Maple and members of the Annvilie Union Hose Co. responded at 8:50 a.m.

Monday. The unit remained on duty until 9:16 a.m. South Lebanon Township Two persons were slightly injured during a one-car accident on the parking lot at Hills Department Store, 801 E. Walnut Monday afternoon. Treated at the scene by members of the First Aid and Safety Patrol were Gloria Heim, Friedensburg, and Michael Gerhart, Shillington.

According to S. Lebanon Township police, the Heim woman was the operator of a car that ran into the drainage ditch on the lot. Thei car was destroyed. Police said the Heim woman said she did not see the ditch as she drove across the lot. There are no guardrails or warning markers along the ditch.

Hie accident happened at 1:04 p.m. Swatara Township Two-car accident on Monday evening, two miles east of Lickdale. Drivers were Richard Yeagley, 20, Jonestown RD 2, and John Wagner, 21, 205 Mifflin St. Estimated damage to Yeagleys vehicle was $S0O, and Wagners vehicle received $600. Hummelstown Drunken driving: AHummelstown man was charged with driving under the influence as a result of an accident on West Main Street Monday evemng.

Charged was Lloyd Keller, 21, 449 Walton He was die driver of an auto involved in a crash with two other vehicles, one of which was parked. One of the others was operated by Jane Miller, 43, 127 Evergreen St. The other was owned by Ralph Backenstoes, 506 W. Main St. His auto was parked in front of his home.

Resisting arrest: Twomen were charged with resisting arrest in connection with a Friday night incident in Hummelstown. Kenneth Russell Neidig, 22, Stoverdale RD 6, was charged with open lewdness, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Tim Charles Landis, 20, Elizabethtown, was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal mischief. A Hummelstown police cruiser was damaged in the incident. BOSTON (UPI) The National Transportation Safety Board today tried to determine how a DC-9 Air Canada jetliner tail cone fell into the Atlantic Ocean at 25,000 feet, leaving a gaping hole in the planes fuselage.

The accident, reminiscent of a scene in the movie Airport, forced an emergency landing. One minor injury was reported to the 43 people abFlight 680 took off from Logan Interna-1 tional Airportrd. about 1220 p.m. Monday. It was about 60 miles toward its Yarmouth and Halifax, Nova Scotia destination when the incident occurred, said Mike Ciccarelli, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman.

It was a miracle no one was sucked out, Ciccarelli said. The tail cone fell off and an emergency escape door in the bulkhead blew out, leaving a door-size hole in the rear fuselage, he said. Flight attendants had to hold on tight and thank goodness nobody was near there. A liquor cart which was in the area was blown out of the airplane, Ciccarelli said. The cockpit door was bent off its hinges.

Cabin pressure dropped within seconds and passengers were told to use their oxygen masks. Robert Babineau, 31, of Barre, aid, "We heard a big bang. Part of the plane was missing. I was in the 16th row, and I could see all the blue sky you want. Berty Martin of Syracuse, N.Y., said, it sounded like a bomb.

There was a hole where the tail column was supposed to be. After we heard the bang, ev-erything started blowing around, said Ellen John, 25, of Taunton, Mass. The food just flew in every direction. I was scared. The pilot was directed by the FAA radar center at Nashua, masks dropped down.

We looked back and saw the hole and some luggage flying by. The cone on DC-9s is 10 to 12 feet long and forms the tail end of the fuselage. Inside it is a bulkhead that forms the rear of the airplane, and set inside the bulkhead is the emergency escape door which was tom out. Ciccarelli said it had already were not trying to prevent students and staffers from entering for a college entrance examination class, but were trying to prevent scabs from driving through. The New Castle School Board in Lawrence County and 436 teachers agreed on a contract over the weekend, ending an extended summer vacation for 7,892 pupils Monday.

But 242 teachers in the Ring-gold district, Washington County, which has about 5,000 students, walked off the job. In the Union City district, Erie County, 81 teachers walked out and officials sent home 1,700 students who reported for school. And 160 special education teachers walked out in the Midwestern Intermediate Unit 4, which serves 27 school districts in Butler, Lawrence and Mercer counties. But the Unit 4 walkout apparently did not keep all children from attending school. Dale Smith, superintendent of the Southwest Butler School District, said the units six special education teachers who normally teach in his districts schools were replaced by substitutes.

Only 17 children who attend Clarence Brown School for special students id Butler were told sto stay home, Smith said. Business Seminar Scheduled Financial analysis for small businesses and what businesses need to secure financial assistance from banking institutions will be the topics for discussion Wednesday when the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsors a small business seminar. David Stanilla, a CPA with the firm of Glick Stanilla, will be the guest speaker at the 7:30 a.m. session in the chamber's office. A graduate of South Lebanon High School, class of 1965 and a 1969 Lebanon Valley College graduate, Stanilla has been associated with Price Waterhouse certified public accountants in Philadelphia and New York, before accepting the Lebanon position.

Reservations can be made by calling the Chamber office. Promoted John H. Alleman III, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H.

Alleman Hummelstown, RD 6, was recently promoted to Army specialist 5, while serving as an assistant tank crewman with the 13th Armored in Illesheim, Germany. 100 Public Notices GMAC will sell for cash on Sept 20 1979 at 10 01 A clock at Klick Lewis Inc 720 Main St Palmyra Pa one 78 AMC stored at Klick Lewis, Inc Serial No A6A467C315679 1716 4660 NOTICE TO BIDDERS FUEL OIL GASOLINE Sealed proposals will be received by the Township of Millcreek (Second Class) of Lebanon County, Penna at the Township Building RD 1 Box 1, North Sheridan Road. Newmanstown PA 17073 until 5 OOp on September 19 1979 to be opened at the regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors at 8 OOp the same evening for the following 20 000 gal zfuel (furnace oH) 2 000 gal 2 diesel fuel 1 000 oal 1 2 diesel fuel (5050 mixture) lOOOO gal gasoline (regular grade), 10 000 gal gasoline (premium grade) 10 000 gal gasoline (unleaded regular grade) Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the Municipality The Municipality reserves the nght to reject any or all proposals Millcreek Township Supervisors By Fay Moehimann Secretary Treasurer 101418 3698 BID NOTICE Sealed bids will be received for the surfacing of app 2800 ft of roadway in Bethel Township known as the Sugar Road development Instructions and specifications can be obtained by contacting any of the Twp Supervisorsorby callmg865-6177 Bids will be opened at a special meeting to be held in the Bethel Twp Meeting room Fredericksburg PA at 8 00 pm sept 30, 1979 The Board of Suprv reserves the nght to reject any andor all bids Bethel Township Board of Supervisors Merlin K. Spangler Secretary-Treasurer 16,21 25 4170 PUBLIC NOTICE A meeting of City Council acting as the Planning Committee of the City of Lebanon will be held Wednesday September 19, 1979 at 7 15 in Council Chamber to consider certification of property for the City of Lebanon Homesteading Program as blighted and to declare appropnate reuse of the property as residential accordance with the Comprehensive Plan of the City of Lebanon Rose Mane Swanger City Clerk 16,4169 By United Press International Ninety striking teachers at Delaware County Community agreed Monday night to accept a new contract, ending a two-week strike and averting a threatened confrontation between students and college ad-mininstrators. Richard Pound, a spokesman for the college, located in Marple Township, said classes would start Wednesday morning for 6,000 students.

Instructors have been on strike since August 27. Some of the students had threatened to occupy college buildings today if classes were not scheduled after Monday's vote by teachers. More than 40,000 students in 15 public school districts in the Pennsylvania were unable to attend school Monday because of teacher strikes in wage contract disputes, pickup A brief pushing and shoving incident took place Monday between picketing teachers and police outside Bethel Park High School in Allegheny County. Teachers union president Roger Johnson said several teachers were brushed by a car entering the grounds but no serious injuries or arrests were reported. Johnson said the teachers Strikes continued in Mount Lebanon, Bethel Park and West Jefferson Hills, Allegheny County; Greater La trobe, Westmoreland County; West Greene and Jefferson-Morgan, Greene County; Commodore Perry, Mercer County; California Area, Chartiers-Houston and Canon-McMillan, Washington County; Eastern York, York County; Pottsville, Schuylkill County; and Fairview Township, Erie County.

Negotiations were scheduled to resume in most of those dis- tricts this week. In Philadelphia, some 110 maintenance workers remained on strike at Girard College, a private elementary and secondary school, keeping students from classes. Chief engineer Kenneth ark said the strike began Friday following the expiration of the workers contract last month. Dr. Forney Retires As Dept.

Chief Dr. Homer S. Forney, a Palmyra resident, has retired as chief of the state Department of Agriculture's Swine Health Division, ending a 23-year career with the department. A former veterinarian in Lebanon County for 19 years, Forney joined the Department as an employee in the Lancaster regional office. Later he was transferred to the Bureau of Animal Industry.

A Palmyra High School graduate, the native of Lebanon County was graduated in 1937 from die University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He is a member of the Palm Lutheran Church, Palmyra, a member of the board of the Valley Trust Co. Bank, Palmyra, a past president of the Rotary ub of Palmyra, and former member of the Palmyra Area School Board. Penguins Baffle Scientists PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (UPI) Four penguins staggered ashore on their island home after swimming 500 miles through gales and stormy seas in a journey scientists say is baffling. The exhausted birds, who arrived home last week, were among 150 penguins who were airlifted to Cape Town in July from St.

Croix island off the Port Elizabeth coast to be treated for oil pollution. The birds were tagged and later released on Robben Island near Cape Town some 500 miles from their old home. I saw them stumble ashore like drunks, said Rod Randall, a zoologist at Port Elizabeth University. They found their way like homing pigeons, he said. It is amazing." HARRY L.

REIGEL ESTATE PUBLIC SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE HOUSEHOLD GOODS AVON COLLECTION Saturday, September 29, 1979 10:00 A.M. Sale to be held on the premises at 2024 State Drive, South Lebanon Lebanon County, Penna. Property is 3 houses south of Weabers Iron Works. Real estate being a tract of land appx. 90 154 thereon located the following improvements.

Beautiful, well constructed 2 bedroom brick rancher with a full basement. Main level of home contains large kitchen with lots of cupboard area, built-in range and oven, living room with wall to wall carpet, picture window and outside entrance, and 2 large bedrooms with closets in 1 and powder room in the other. Large full bath with glass door tub on main floor. Basement contains a large family room with a shower and large closet and a separate walled area for a workshop and utility room for storage. Home is heated by oil hot water heat, has a water softener and has a central air conditioning system.

Macadam drive from highway to rear parking area. Small utility shed in rear yard. Terms to be 10 down with the balance in 30 days or upon settlement. Inspection by calling Trust Dept, of the Lebanon County Trust Company. Other conditions sale day by attorney.

Real estate to be offered at 1:00. Conditonsby: Lebanon County Trust Company Executor 274-1471 Lunch Available Harry H. Bachman Auctioneer 867-1809 Tom Harlan Attorney BOOK PRESENTATION Health fraud is the subject of the book The Health Robbers being presented by the Lebanon County Medical Society to county school libraries. Susan Foltz, executive secretary of the society, presents the first copy to Janies Ickes, Cedar Crest librarian. The book is a special publication of the Lehigh Valley Committee Against Health Fraud Inc.

We are presenting a copy of the book to each junior, middle and high school in the county, Foltz said. It may also be beneficial to health teachers. ENDANGERED SPECIE A 1,200 pound dead female leatherback turtle which washed ashore on Long Beach Island, N. recently is retrieved by workers from the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Atlantic City for research at Yale University. The rare reptile, an endangered specie, is the fifth, and largest, sea turtle to be found on the South Jersey beaches in the last three weeks.

Officials believe it was killed by the propeller from a small boat. (UPI Telephoto).

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