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i T ' T 9 99 W'I w w m I W Wl A 4 The Evening Sun Tuesday, July 9, 2002 LOCAL NEWS mmmm wwmwn Continued from A-3 Deaths He was preceded in death by a sister, Marjorie Hepburn, and two brothers, Evan R. and Francis Buckingham. The service will be held at 1 1 a.m. Thursday at Emory United Methodist Church, 1600 Emory Road, Upperco, with the Rev. Richard Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Memorial Park with military honors. The family will receive friends at Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster, on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., and at the church on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Memorial contributions may be made to Emory United Methodist Church, 1600 Emory Road, Upperco, MD 21 155. ber of Trinity UCC In Hanover, and a charter member of Hanover Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Surviving are a daughter, Jane R. Ross of Hanover; a son, David R. Richards of Sugarloaf; and four grandchildren. The service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Trinity UCC, 116 York St., Hanover, with the Rev. Bradley E. Rentzel officiating. Private burial will be In Rest Haven Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be Michael Richards, Jason Herron, Ken Oldham and Josh Zeigler. Panebaker Funeral Home, 311 Broadway, Hanover, is in charge of the arrangements. $2,447.51 bill was paid. That money actually was not paid, documents said. Reimel said OSheas credentials showed she had a number of years experience as an office manager dealing with basic bookkeeping. Since Reimel was made president, she has created a financial procedure manual that creates more checks and balances to the business side of the organization. Before, there might have been some general safeguards, but no official procedure existed, she said. Ideally, she said, there should be at least three people examining the books at the end of the day, checking what was received in payment versus what is deposited in the bank after closing. Reimel said the missing funds did hurt the 2,500-member nonprofit organization, which takes in about $2.5 million annually. Because of the missing money, she said some programs will suffer and some equipment cant be pur- chased until next year. But that hurt goes deeper than just the YWCA, she said. Its stealing from the Y. Its stealing from the members. Its stealing from the community, really, she said. Further examination showed OShea allegedly took money from another transaction to cover the missing money, documents state. A parent paid $610 for childcare services and after the transaction, the money allegedly was stored in OSheas safe. A short time later, OShea allegedly accessed the ' childcare record and reversed the transaction. Charging documents indicate $495 was used to correct the first account and $115 was left in the childcare account When this was discovered, OShea was fired. But before she left the building, she allegedly used her personal credit card to cover the $495 taken from the childcare account, the documents state. YWCA officials began an in-depth investigation into OSheas activities and found many childcare customer accounts were past due. Upon further investigafion, the customers provided receipts showing they had paid. Charging documents said OShea allegedly wrote the handwritten receipts. Further audits found $47,657.50 was missing from the books. Officials also allegedly discovered the YWCA childcare accounts for OSheas two children were altered to make it seem a YWCA money had been received. Normally, cash received is deposited in the YWCAs bank account at the end of the day, Reimel said. Charging documents say YWCA officials checked records and allegedly discovered OShea had taken the money. When confronted, she allegedly admitted taking the money, but said she put it in the safe in her office. She said she would correct the account, but about a week later, officials discovered the account still had not been corrected, documents show. While investigating, YWCA officials found only $150 cash in the safe, but also numerous undeposited checks that had been written to and received by the YWCA for services rendered, according to charging documents. YWCA officials allegedly confronted OShea again, who said she would take care of the problems, documents state. Officials noticed the account was corrected Oct. 23, but when they checked the next day, they allegedly found the account was reversed three minutes after the correction was made. Continued from A-3 Dog A few other times in the basement,-she snorted - another sign, according to Bulanda, that the dog detected mold. But overall, Bulanda said, Lily gave the home a favorable report. Angela Smith said she was pleased with the results. With all the work we did, were ready to start rebuilding, she said. We didnt want to have to go backwards to start ripping stuff out And Joseph Smith said he will give further treatment to the walls where Lily found mold. Lilys a big help, Joseph Smith said. To the untrained eye -even some of the techs (mold UBLIC RECORD Pennsylvania Learma Bowman Hanover Learma May Bowman, 98, of Hanover, died Sunday, July 7, 2002, at Hanover Hall Nursing Center, She was the wife of Harold Preston Bowman, who died in 1965. Bom April 19, 1904, In Adams County, she was the daughter of the late Charles N. and Gertrude May Dull Barnhart. Before retiring, she had been employed by Hanover Brands and by the former Bittinger Frozen Food Co. She was a member of St. Johns Lutheran Church in Littlestown, and a life member of FOE Auxiliary and VFW Auxiliary, both in Littlestown. Surviving are a daughter, Marie McSherry of Littlestown; a son, Ray Bowman of Hanover; 17 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four children, Kenneth Bowman, Nevin Bowman, Beatrice Smith and Arlene Grove. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Littlestown, with her pastor, the Rev. Timothy J. Kielley, officiating. Panebaker Funeral Home on Broadway in Hanover is in charge of the arrangements. Mildred Richards Hanover Mildred F. Richards, 79, of Hanover, died Monday, July 8, 2002. She was the wife of Robert H. Richards for 57 years. Born Aug. 30, 1922, in Hanover, she was the daughter of the late H. Herbert and E. Lillian Myers Fritz. Before her retirement, she was a dental assistant for Albert Grant, DDS. She graduated from Eichelberger High School, Class of 1940. She was a mem- Hugh McAlpine Johns Pikesville, Md. Hugh McAlpine Johns, 73, of Pikesville, died Saturday, July 6, 2002, at his home. Born March 17, 1929, in Missouri, he was a son of the late Dr. George A. and Dr. Viola Johns. He was a member of St. Charles R. C. Church, and was a teacher for Baltimore City Schools for 40 years. Surviving are a brother, George B. Johns of Spring Grove; seven nieces and nephews and eight great-nieces and -nephews. The service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown. Burial will be in Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikesville. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Paid Obituary Richard Lee Slick Littlestown CSM (RA) Richard Lee Dick" Slick, 82, of Littlestown, died Monday, July 8, 2002, at Shepherds Choice in Gettysburg. He was the husband of Mary Louise (Tracey) Slick, to whom he was married for 57 years. Bom March 2, 1920, in Smithsburg, Md., he was a son of the late Charles H. and Susan May (Smith) Slick Sr. He was a 1938 graduate of Smithsburg High School, and completed many college courses while in the Army. He retired from the Army after 32 years. He was a member of United Church of Christ in Cavetown, Md., and Smithsburg Historical Society in Smithsburg, Md. He was a decorated veteran of World War II, Philippines, Korean War, and Vietnam. He achieved the rank of command sergeant major and served proudly as post command sergeant major during his last assignments. He and his wife retired to Littlestown near the Gettysburg Military Park as he was an avid Civil War historian. Along with an impressive military career, he was an active volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America both locally and overseas. He worked with the German Youth Program from 1952-1955; Parent Scouting 1958-1961 while assigned to Fort Knox, Ky.; organized two Korean Scout Troops 1961-1962; and became a scoutmaster 1962-1966 at the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. At that time he was inducted into the Order of the Arrow along with being an advisor to the Cadet Scoutmaster's Council. Upon reassignment in 1966 to Hawaii, he served successfully as SME major for Military Scout Units at Schofield Barracks. He served on the District Training Committee to provide training for adult leaders and earned his wood badge and beads. In 1969, he was assigned to Vietnam, at which time he provided assistance to the Pacification Program by assisting several troops of Vietnamese Scouts. He returned to the U.S. and was assigned to Fort Campbell, Ky., and became district commissioner of scouting along with his mili Card of Thanks The family of Robert H. Bowersox would like to thank everyone for their calls, cards, visits, prayers, flowers, donations and other acts of kindness and support during his time of illness and passing. Special thanks to the Doctors, nurses, chaplains and staff of the Hanover Hospital and Brethren Home, the hospice staff and Pastor McConnell. The Bowersox Family Arabella Caudill Red Lion Arabella Ann Caudill was stillborn on Sunday, July 7, 2002, at York Hospital. She was the daughter of Gregory R. II and Heather K. (Kapraun) Caudill of Red Lion. Surviving also are a brother, Sean A. Caudill at home; maternal great-grandparents, Edward and Ruth Dell of Florida and Vera Kapraun; paternal great-grandparents, Cart and Evelyn Caudill of Red Lion and Ray and June Winden of Winter-stown; maternal grandparents, Charles and Judith Kapraun of Hanover and Leonard Medicus of Maryland; paternal grandparents, Gregory and Debra Caudill of Yoik and Kevin and Joan Sipe of York. Graveside services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday at Bethlehem (Stonepile) United Methodist Cemetery with Pastor Kathy S. Haivey, assistant pastor of Bethlehem (Stonepile) United Methodist Church, officiating. Olewiler and Heffner Funeral Home Inc., 35 Gotham Place, Red Lion, is In charge of the arrangements. Maryland Charles M. Buckingham Westminster Charles M. Buck Buckingham Sr., 75, of Westminster, died Monday, July 8, 2002, at Carroll County General Hospital. He was the husband of Carolyn R. Buckingham for 55 years. Bom Nov. 14, 1926, in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Evan Thomas and Catherine Tinker Buckingham. He worked for B&O Railroad and then as a welder for CSX for 47 years before retiring. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in the Nayy. He was a member of American Legion and Emory United Methodist Church. Surviving are four sons, Charles Buckingham Jr. of Pasadena, Michael R. Buckingham of Baltimore, Evan J. Buckingham of Manchester, Douglas B. Buckingham of Baltimore; two daughters, Mary V. Taylor and Theresa A. Wire, both of Westminster; two sisters, Helen Lanham of Glen Arm and Harriett Backed of Rising Sun; 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. tary duty as post command sergeant major. After his retirement from the Army, he continued to contribute his time in various capacities with the Black Walnut District of Adams County. He was presented the Silver Beaver Award and the Adams County-Gettys-burg Chamber of Commerce Award for Outstanding Volunteer of the year in 1992. His most recent endeavor was the creation of and collaboration on The Red Dragon, a newsletter dedicated to veterans who served with the 2nd Chemical Mortar Battalion in combat during World War II and the Korean War. Along with his many other hard-earned combat medals, he was awarded the Congressional Legion of Merit in 1973. Surviving also are a daughter, Teresa L. Slick and her husband, Philip S. Soslowitz, of Gettysburg; a son, Dwight L. Slick and his wife, Anita, of Columbia, Tenn.; three grandchildren, Christian L. Famiglietta of Chattanooga, Tenn., Adrian L. Slick of Louisiana, and Angela M. Slick of Columbia, Tenn.; two stepgrand-daughters, Elisa and Shari Soslowitz, both of New York; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Charles H. Slick Jr. and Joseph A. Slick, both of Smithsburg, Md.; two sisters, Phyllis Boyle of York and Sarah Kilheffer of Dawson, Minn.; along with a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, John Maurice Slick. The service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Little's Funeral Home in Littlestown, with the Rev. James M. Martin, pastor of Redeemers UCC in Littlestown, officiating. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens in Gettysburg. Family and friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Military honors will be conducted by the Littlestown Allied Veterans Council. Memorial contributions may be made to Shepherds Choice, 867 York Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325. Paid Obituary All the latest NASCAR happenings every Thursday in The Evening Sun Continued from A-3 S. Western allocating it ' I am pleased the state is giving us additional money, Myers said. Five hundred and one school districts can get the budget passed in a timely manner and the state can-noL Board members suggested the state move its deadline in front of the school districts deadline so boards have concrete figures when passing their budgets. Its like putting the cart before the horse, said board member Eugene Fuhrman of the states trend in passing the budget after school districts have already finalized their budgets. Many districts already have sent out tax notices, which may have to be recalculated if they reduce their millage rates. Costs involved with , sending out new notices can be in the thousands, area school officials have said. South Western School District does not send tax notices out until mid-July, so Mondays decision will not create additional costs to the district But Fairfield, Conewa-go Valley and Bermudian Springs school districts, among others, already have billed taxpayers. The administration opted against using the two other options offered by the state. While more than $300,000 in requests were cut from the budget before board discussions began, Barbara Rupp, superintendent said those mostly were equipment and supply costs and could not be considered programming. As far as debt the districts debt primarily is in bonded agreements with specific payments, which makes it difficult to use the $109,253 for debt reduction. It was cleaner to reduce the local millage increase, said William Mummert, business man- Board member Rick Halter said the states school district funding increase took money away from state universities, which some South Western graduates go on to attend after graduation. Three percent was taken away from state colleges, Halter said There are 14 state schools. Thats a little disturbing. They really have not found the total money it takes to fund education in the state of Pennsylvania. Still, board member Robert Williams thanked the administration for recommending the millage decrease. Im glad were able to give something back to the taxpayers, he said. Aside from the change in the millage rate and the amount of revenue the district received the $31.2 million budget remains the same. The only thing worse than voting for a tax increase is voting for one twice in two weeks, Myers said. Everyone sees the trouble some districts are in, and Im glad were not one of them. Smokey Bear, fire safety talk at Pinchot Gifford Pinchot State Park has announced an upcoming visit from Smokey Bear at the campground amphitheater at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 20 (In case of rain, the visit will be at the park office basement). Smokes visit will be followed by a program about firefighting tools and equipment, and how to prevent fires. All programs are free and open to the public. For additional information, call Gifford Pinchot State Park at 432-5011. Those needing an accommodation to participate in park activities due to a disability should call (888) pa-parks (voice) or 711 (AT&T Relay Services). With at least three days notice, interpreters for the deaf or hard of hearing will be available for education programs. 50 Off experts) couldnt determine what the dog determined. After completing the final stages to rid the home of mold, the Smiths plan to begin rebuilding the homes interior. They said they hope to move in by the beginning of the 2002-03 school year. Theres still more to do, but nowhere near what it needed two years ago, Angela Smith said. The Smiths say working to move back into the South Street home is their only option. The Baltimore rental property theyve lived in since leaving Hanover has to be sold. The building is owned by Angela Smiths mother, who was diagnosed recently with Alzheimers. The home will Corrections The Evening Sun strives for accuracy, but we do make mistakes. If you see an error, please call us at 637-3736 or write: P.O. Box 514, Hanover, Pa. 17331. MONDAY 7:15 a.m. A water restriction violation was reported in the 200 block of Breeze-wood Drive. A resident was warned about washing a car. 11:45 a.m. A knife was found in the 1600 block of Taylor Drive. Noon. A motorcycle registration was found in the 500 block of York Street. 2:37 p.m. No injuries or towing resulted from a two-vehicle accident on private property in the 1400 block of Baltimore Street. 7:28 p.m. No injuries or towing resulted from a two-vehicle accident in the 1600 block of Broadway. 7:30 p.m. A water restriction violation was reported in the 1 00 block of Mussetta Street; warning issued. 9 p.m. A suspicious person reported in the 500 block of Frederick Street checked out OK. 10:04 p.m. No injuries or towing resulted from a two-vehicle accident in a parking lot in the 900 block of Baltimore Street. TUESDAY 1 :09 a.m. An open door was found to a construction van in the 1200 block of Brian Drive; checked out OK. 2:25 a.m. An open door was found at Park Hills Elementary School; checked out OK. WEST MANHEIM TWP. POUCE MONDAY 7 a.m. Vandalism was reported in the 300 block of Valley View Drive; someone tampered with a vehicle. 10:19 a.m. Vandalism was reported in the 400 block of Pumping Station Road. Pellets were shot at a new home under construction, resulting in damage estimat- oH at McSHERRYSTOWN POUCE MONDAY 3 p.m. Brian D. Graham, 30, was arraigned before District Justice Daniel Bowman on six counts of forgery. Charges had been filed against Graham in December 2001 but he was not located until recently, in Kansas City, Mo. Graham was transported to Adams County Prison on $5,000 bail. A July preliminary hearing is scheduled. TUESDAY 12:19 a.m. A disturbance was reported in the 500 block of Delone Avenue. STATE POUCEGETTYSBURG FRIDAY 10 a.m. Police investigated a public drunkenness complaint at Lake Heritage swimming pool in Mount Pleasant Township. Anthony T. Moore, 23, of New Oxford, was found sleeping on a park bench and was highly intoxicated and in possession of a small amount of marijuana, police said. He was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant and committed to Adams County Prison. SATURDAY be sold to pay for treatment, Joseph Smith said. And since the Smiths have a foreclosure on their credit record, they cant obtain a loan to buy another home, Joseph Smith said. But Joseph Smith said he wont mind living on South Street once his home is rid of mold. He said hes always liked Hanover and thats why he moved to the area in the first place. This is almost like a Norman Rockwell painting, he said, scanning his neighborhood. Thats one of die things that attracted us to it. The episode of Dogs with Jobs, featuring Lily and the Smiths is scheduled to air sometime next season, the shows fourth. 3 a.m. Paula Renfro of New Oxford and Linda Sutter of New Oxford were cited for harassment following a domestic dispute in the 2100 block of Hunterstown-Hampton Road, Straban Township. The two women are accused of slapping Daniel Renfro of New Oxford during an 'argument. 4 p.m. A 40-year-old Fairfield man faces charges of indirect criminal contempt following a complaint received in the 2300 block of Waynesboro Pike, Hamiltonban Township. 1 1 :45 p.m. The drive shaft was reported stolen from a 1989 Jeep Wrangler parked at Ruby Tuesdays in Straban Township. SUNDAY 12:30 a.m. Beth Schwartz of Fayetteville was cited for disorderly conduct after the caused a disturbance by using obscene language at Colonels Creek Campground, 7000 Chambersburg Road, Franklin Township. 5:08 a.m. Police responded to a disabled vehicle reported on Route 15 north of Route 234 in Tyrone Township and subsequently filed charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and underage alcohol consumption against two juveniles, ages 15 and 17. 7 a.m. Criminal mischief was reported on Sells Station Road in Union Township. Five mailboxes were smashed. 4:10 p.m. No injuries were reported following a two-vehicle accident on Hilltown Road at Fairview Fruit Road in Frankin Township. Police said Reyes Sandoval, 37, of Bendersville was driving a 1988 Chevrolet Astro van east on Hilltown when he pulled into the path of a northbound 2002 Chevrolet pickup driven by Anthony Wetzel, 32, of Etters. The van sustained moderate damage. 8:45 p.m. Dennis Klingensmith of East Berlin was charged with simple assault and harassment after he allegedly bit an East Berlin woman on her hand during a domestic dispute at her Jacob Street Home. He was arraigned before the duty justice and released on unsecured bail. 9 p.m. An East Berlin man faces driving under the influence charges following a vehicle stop on Stoney Point Road in Reading Township. 11:20 p.m. Criminal mischief was reported on Heritage Drive at Lake Heritage, Mount Joy Township. Two males, ages 1 6 and 1 7, are suspected of pushing three cement culverts into the lake. Lottery Monday, July 8 B Pennsylvania One player matched all five winning numbers drawn in Monday's Pennsylvania Cash 5" game and will collect a jackpot worth $227,980.50. Lottery officials said 217 players matched four numbers and won $264.50 each; 6,654 players matched three numbers and won $9.50 each; and 70,280 players matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Monday in Pennsylvania were: Daily Number 2-7-0 Big 4 1 -0-1-3 Cash 5 07-22-28-29-30 I Maryland AFTERNOON DRAWING Pick Three 7-8-0 Pick Four 4-6-7-3 D Hospitals HANOVER HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS - Dale L. Eyler, Littlestown; Heidi Arndt, Littlestown; and Stewart L Mummert, New Oxford. DISCHARGES Glorianne G. Stone, Baltimore, Md.; Elnora R. Flinn, Spring Grove, to The Brethren Home; and Joseph V. Azzara, New Oxford. GETTYSBURG HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS - Sharon S. Ard, Dills-burg; Robert C. Aughinbaugh, Gettysburg; Maiy Sprague, Gettysburg; and Kimberly A Sutphin, Taneytown, Md. DISCHARGES Geraldine R. Black, Gettysburg; Brandon A Cordero, Gettysburg; Jennifer D. Krape, Gettysburg; and Pauline A Masemer, McSherrystown. I Births HANOVER HOSPfTAL Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Resetar (Cariy A Berwager), Hanover, a daughter, Thursday, July 4, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Hnatkow-icz (Shannon M. Stummer), Hanover, a daughter, Monday, July 8, 2002. I Police Log HANOVER POLICE MONDAY 10:38 a.m. No injuries or towing resulted from a two-vehicle accident in the first block of Frederick Street. 12:01 p.m. Harassment was reported at a restaurant in the 300 block of Eisenhower Drive. 12:41 p.m. Vandalism to a vehicle was reported in the first block of Park Avenue. 1:14 p.m. A 1996 Cadillac operated by Karen Grammer, 57, of Hanover struck Arlene Lippy, 74, of Hanover, who was standing in the parking lot of a bank in the 200 block of Dait Drive. Lippy sustained a minor injury and was treated and released at Hanover Hospital. 4:50 p.m. A suspicious male was repotted looking into windows in the first block of West Middle Street He was not located. 4:53 p.m. A 1999 Pontiac operated by Sofie Bubb of Hanover was northbound on Carlisle Street when it collided with a 1 995 Mazda driven by Michael Candekxo of Hanover. No injuries were reported but Bubb's car was towed. 5: 1 0 p.m. A trespassing complaint was received in the 200 block of North Franklin Street. The offending bicyclists fled before police arrived. 5:33 p.m. A light was reported on Center Square; investigation continuing. 6:46 p.m. A water restriction violation was reported in the 400 block of High Street. No violation was found. 9:50 p.m. A road rage incident was reported in the 600 block of Broadway; investigation continuing. TUESDAY 1 :25 a.m. A domestic dispute between a mother and daughter was reported in the 300 block of Spring Avenue. 3:30 a.m. An overdue motorist was reported in the 300 block of York Street The person returned safely. PENN TOWNSHIP POLICE 4. IMPLANT SALE 25 Hours: Tues. Fri. I0am-6pm Sat. & Sun. 9am-6pm Hanging Bedding Annuals, Herbs, Baskets, vegetable Plants and Morel EVENING DRAWING Pick Three 7-6-7 Pick Four 8-0-0-1 Bonus Match 5 07-12-14-20-39 Bonus Ball 35 Cash In Hand 03-05-14-17-20-23-26 PU-IN6. no&riCUL-TVIZe- locefoJ on ftf. 30 in New OrforJ between M c&onaU'i GteHy . V A k I i f. f f. t f. A J J JXi 44. A. !4A- - - - - - - - 4 4 A i A

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