Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania (2024)

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8:30 A.M. 4:30 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY SUNDAY 100 INFORMATION 101 Funeral Invitations 102 Funeral Directors 103 104 Cards of Thanks 105 In Memoriams 107 Legal Notices 108 Estate Notices 109 Lost Found 110 Public Auctions 111 Flea Markets 114 Announcements Funeral Invitations 101 BARCLAY Entered into rest in West Hempfield Township on May 16, 1987. WILLIAM A. BARCLAY, husband of the late Lena M.

Dobb Barclay, of 28 School Lane, Elizabethtown, in his 88th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Frank S. Miller Funeral Home, 130 N. Market Elizabethtown, on Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev.

Don H. Wert officiating. Interment in Mount Tunnel Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Pa. Friends may call at the Miller Funeral Home on Tuesday from 1 p.m. until the time of service.

BRADLEY Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA on May 15, 1987. EARL J. BRADLEY, husband of Carrie Zink Bradley, of RD8, Manheim, PA in his 80th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from The Pleasant View United Zion Church, RD2, Manheim, PA on Tuesday morning at 10AM with his pastor The Reverand Carl L. Eberly officiating.

Interment in The Pleasant View Cemetery. Friends may call at The FUneral Home of James B. Heilig, 21 W. Main St, Mt Joy, PA, on Monday evening from 7-9PM and on Tuesday morning 1 hour prior to the funeral at the church. BROWN Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 16, 1987.

PAUL E. BROWN, husband of Dorothy M. Gertier Brown, of 300-A Running Pump Road, Lancaster, in his 66th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from The Funeral Home of Fred F. Groff, 234 W.

Orange Lancaster, on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. with Mr. David E. Shope officiating. Interment in Millersville Mennonite Cemetery.

Friends may call at Groff's on Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. until time of service. DUONG Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 17, 1987. PHU T. DUONG, wife of Mai N.

Bui, of 724 N. Plum Lancaster, in her 69th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 346 E. Clay Lancaster, on Tuesday at 1 p.m. with the Rev.

Karl A. Frincke officiating. Interment in Millersville Mennonite Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Tuesday from 12 noon until time of service. Fred F.

Groff, Inc. ELLERMANN Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA on May 14, 1987. GRACE C. JONES ELLERMANN, wife of Joseph M. Ellermann, 805 Olde Hickory Rd, Lancaster, PA in her 66th year.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a graveside service on Monday at 10AM in Mellinger's Mennonite Cemetery with Father Robert F. Sharman officiating. Funeral Arrangements by The Gundel Funeral Home. FREY Entered into rest in Manor Township on May 17, 1987. IRA S.

FREY, husband of Ruth L. Ament Frey, of Washington Boro RD1, in his 71st year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the John E. Kraft Funeral Home, 114 W. Main Mountvilte, on Wednesday at 2 p.m.

with William Eshleman and Kenneth Kilgore officiating. Interment in Longenecker's Reformed Mennonite Cemetery, Strasburg, Pa. Friends may call at the John E. Kraft Funeral Home on Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Please omit flowers.

GINDER Entered into rest in Londonderry Township, Dauphin County, on May 16, 1987. GERALD H. GINDER son of Gerald H. Ginder Sr. and Georgianna E.

Messier Ginder, of Race Street, Bainbridge, in his 17th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Frank S. Miller Funeral Home, 130 N. Market Elizabethtown, on Tuesday at 10 a.m. with the Rev.

David L. DeLong officiating. Interment in Mount Tunnel Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Pa. The family will receive friends on Tuesday morning from a.m. until time of service.

desired contributions may be made in his memory Conoy Township Youth Activities, The Rev. David L. Delong, Bainbrige, Pa. 17502. GINGRICH Entered into rest in Rapho Twp, PA on May 15, 1987.

FRANK W. GINGRICH, husband of Ada Haldeman Gingrich of RD4, Manheim, PA in his 891h year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from The Florin Church of the Brethren. 815 Bruce Ave, Mt. Joy, PA on Tuesday at 2PM with the Reverend Robert D.

Kettering and the Reverend Carl Eberly officiating. Interment in The Shellsville Cemetery, Dauphin County. PA. Friends may call at Nissley Funeral Home, 228 E. Main St.

Mt. Joy. PA on Monday evening from 7-9PM and at the church on day from 1PM until time of service. GRAY Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 1987. HELEN B.

GRAY, wife of the late Albert Gray. of 531 Locust Lancaster, in her 68th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the South Christian Street Mennonite Church, Christian and Locust Streets, Lancaster, on Wednesday after noon at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Lawerence Chiles officiating.

Interment in Mellinger's Mennonite Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday afternoon from 12 noon until time of service. Arrangements by the Spencer F. Wilkerson Funeral Home, 1045 E. King St.

Lancaster, Pa, TURN NO LONGER -NEEDED POSSESSIONS INTO USEFUL ITEMS AGAIN. SELL THEM WITH A CLASSIFIED ADI Funeral Invitations 101 JOHNS Entered into rest in Savannah, on May 15, 1987. EDNA B. JOHNS, of 1951 co*kebury Drive, Savannah, and 533 S. 12th Street, Columbia, in her 91st year.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Clyde W. Kraft Funeral Home, 519 Walnut Street, Columbia, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. with her pastor Rev. Dennis Beaver officiating. Interment in Willow Street Mennonite Cemetery, Willow Street, Pa.

Friends may call at the Kraft Funeral Home on Wednesday at the time of service. Kindly omit flowers. Contributions to the St. James Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, Rev. Dennis Beaver, 10th and Manor Streets, Columbia, Pa.

17512, in Edna's memory would be deeply appreciated. KRANCH Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 17, 1987. ROBERT G. KRANCH, husband of jean Davis Kranch, of 344 Lakeview Drive, Lititz, in his 73rd year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Spacht Funeral Home, 127 S.

Broad Lititz, on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. with the F. A.M. Lamberton Lodge No. 476 of Lancaster officiating.

Friends may call at the Spacht Funeral Home on Tuesday from 7:30 p.m. until time of service. LANDIS Entered into rest in Ephrata, PA 1987. LANDIS, ELSIE wife M. of BRUBAKER liam Landis, of 285 W.

Girl Scout Rd, Stevens, Pa in her 94th year. Relatives and tai friends to attend are the respectfully funeral invit- from The Bergstrasse Lutheran Church, Ephrata Twp, PA on Tuesday at 10AM with the Reverend Lester E. Rudisill officiating. Interment in the adjoining church cemetery. Friends may call at The Stradling Funeral Home, 201 Church Ave, Ephrata, PA on Monday evening from 7-9PM and at the church on Tuesday 1 hour prior to the service.

LEWIS Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA, on May 15, 1987. RUBY JEWEL LEWIS, the widow of T. Berton Lewis, of 420 North Concord Street, Lancaster, PA. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the funeral home of Fred F. Groff, 234 West Orange Street, Lancaster, PA, on Monday at 10am with The Pastor John Dunn officiating.

Interment in The Riverview Burial Park. Friends may call at Groff's on Sunday evening from 7- 9pm. CORRECTION MANN Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA on May 15, RICHARD H. MANN, M.D. husband of Mary Jane Tracey Mann of Lancaster, PA in his 65th year.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the memorial service at 11AM Friday May 22, 1987 at The First Presbyterian Church, 140 E. Orange St, Lancaster, PA with The Reverend John W. Doane officiating. The family will receive friends at The Funeral Home of Fred F. Groff, 234 W.

Orange Lancaster, on Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. If desired, memorials may be sent to Endowment for the Advancement of Cardiology at Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N. Duke St, Lancaster, PA 17604 or The Lancaster Country Day School, 725 Hamilton Rd, Lancaster, PA 17603. O'BRIEN May 16, 1987.

MARGUERITE S. O'BIEN (nee Kelly), wife of James T. O'Brien, of Leola, Pa. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her Memorial Mass on Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Water Street (off of Route 23), New Holland, Pa.

The family will receive friends immediately following in the Parish Hall. Interment will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham, Pa. Contributions in her memory would be appreciated to: Reaching Out Cancer Support Group, Mrs. Mabel Fisher, 739 Janet Lancaster, Pa.

17601. SEAMAN Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 17, 1987. FRANK K. SEAMAN, husband of Anne M. Reisinger Seaman, of 852 E.

Market Marietta, in his 80th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the United Church of Christ, 5 Waterford Marietta, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Gerald I. Gingrich and the Rev.

Edgar H. Steedie officiating. Interment in the Marietta Cemetery. Friends may call at the Richard D. Smedley Funeral Home, 29 N.

Gay Marietta, on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. At the request of the family, please omit flowers. Contributions to the United Church of Christ, Rev. Gerald I. Gingrich, 5 Waterford Marietta, Pa.

17547, in Frank's memory would be greatly appreciated. SEIBEL Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 16, 1987. HELEN M. SCHLEMM SEIBEL, widow of William M. Seibel, of 340 N.

West End Lancaster, in her 94th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, 401 Church Lancaster, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Newell W.

Embley, 111, officiating. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday from 9 a.m. until time of vice. If desired memorials may be sent to St.

Stephen's Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 401 Church Lancaster, Pa. 17602. Fred F. Groff, Inc. SILVIUS Entered into rest in East Petersburg, on May 16, 1987.

THOMAS E. SILVIUS, husband of Carolyn R. Reincke Silvius, of 5425 Rainbow Drive, East Petersburg, in his 52nd year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial in St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 601 E.

Delp Road, Lancaster, on Monday evening at 8 p.m. with the Rev. Robert F. Sharman, the Celebrant. Final Commendation and Farewell in St.

Joseph's New Catholic Cemetery on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Friends may call at St. John Neumann Catholic Church on Monday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please omit flowers.

Contributions may be sent to the American Heart Association, 610 Community Way, Lancaster, Pa. 17603. The Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. WOLGEMUTH Entered into rest in Upper Allen Township, Cumberland County.

on May 17, 1987. ANNA ELIZABETH GEMUTH of the Messiah Refirement Village, Mechanicsburg, Pa. in her 76th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Messiah Village Chapel on Wednesday at 11 a.m. with the Rev.

Robert Lehman and the Rev. Avery Musser Friends may call at the chapel on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until time service. Further services will be held at the Crossroads Brethren In Christ Church, Mount Joy, on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev.

Robert Lehman and Rev. Dale Engle officiating. Interment in the Crossroads Church Cemetery. Friends may call at the Crossroads Church on Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. until time of services.

Memorials may be sent to the Messiah Village Endowment Fund, 100 Mount Allen Drive, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17055. Arrangements by the co*cklin Funeral Home, Dilisburg, Funeral Invitations 101 NOTICE YOHE Entered into rest in Lancaster, on May 15, 1987. MICHAEL YOHE, son William E. and Gloria S.

Yohe, of 946 Wood Street, Mount Joy, in his 18th year. There will be a public viewing at the Gerald R. Sheetz Funeral Home, 14-16 E. Main Mount Joy, on Monday from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m.

The public is invited to attend the service beginning at 2 p.m. from the Gerald R. Sheetz Funeral Home with the Rev. Alexander Veronis officiating. At the request of the family, please omit fiowers.

Those desiring may send contributions to the Michael Yohe Trust, David E. Greer Attorney, 45 E. Orange Lancaster, Pa, 17602. Funeral Directors 102 YOUNG 317 E. Orange St.

299-7371 GUNDEL'S 415 Duke St Lanc 393-1776 GROFF 234 W. ORANGE 397-8255 CHARLES F. SNYDER 414 E. King St. 393-9661 KEARNEY A.

SNYDER 141 East Orange St. 394-4097 103 Weaver's Memorials NEW HOLLAND 354-4329 HALDY MEMORIALS LANCASTER 392-6312 In Memoriams 105 JORDAN, MILDRED W. In memory beloved wife and mother who passed away year ago today, Mone 18th, 1986. We never would have let her go, if we known that it hurt so. We miss her more and more each day, more than any words could say.

We will remember her always, through the years, months, weeks and days. We love her now and forever. Her loving husband and children, Robert Jordan Children Legal Notices 107 Notice to all residents of Lancaster of a Migrant Summer Program to be conducted in Martin Luther King Elementary School during July 1, to August 7, 1987. Meals are available for free for all children eligible for the Summer Food Service Program without charge and there is no discrimination in the course of food service. The purpose of the program is to maintain or upgrade academic and social skills of those eligible migrant students who are below grade level.

The program is Cooperatively sponsored by the Reading School District and the Pennsylvania Migrant Program based at Millersville University, Stayer Research and Learning Center, Millersville, PA 17551. Millersville University's policy is that all eligible children have equai access to the benefits of the Summer Food Service Program, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap. Any person who believes that he or she has been discriminated against in any USDArelated activity should contact the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Below are the Family Size and Income Guidelines for free and reduced priced meals.

1986 Family Size Annual Income $9,916 13,394 16,872 20,350 23,828 27,306 30,784 34,262 Each Additional Family Member 3,478 For further information about the Summer Food Service Program, the Migrant Program's contact person is Gary F. Johnson, 717-872- 3458. INVITATION FOR BIDS HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Lancaster, acting on behalf of Conoy Township, will receive sealed bids for Contract No. 2589. Race Street Reconstruction (Phase 11) in the Village of Bainbridge, Conoy Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania until 3:30 P.M.

Prevailing Time on the 11th day of June, 1987 in the office of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Lancaster, 50 North Duke Street, ter, Pennsylvania, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract Documents, including Drawings and Technical Specifications, are on file at the office of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Lancaster, 50 North Duke Street, 4th Floor, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. A maximum of two (2) sets of the Contract Documents may be obtained by depositing $20.00 check or money order (cash not acceptable) with the Redevelopment Authority for each set of documents so obtained. Deposit will be refunded upon receipt of a bona tide bid. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the order of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Lancaster in negotiable United States Government bonds or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to ten percent of the estimated cost of the Site Improvement work shall be submitted with each bid.

A pre-bid conference will be held on June 1, 1987 at 10:00 A.M. at the Municipal Building located at the inter section of Route 441 Turnpike Road at Falmouth. Attention is called to the fact that not less than the minimum salaries and wages set forth in the Contract Documents must be paid on this project, and that the Contractor must insure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, creed, color, religion, sex or national origin. The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Lancaster reserves the right to reiect any or all bids or waive any informalities the bidding. Bids may be held by the Redevelopment Authority for a period not to exceed 45 days from the date of the opening of bids for the pose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of the bidders, prior to awarding of the contract.

Charles K. Patterson Executive Director MEETING NOTICE A special meeting of the Lencaster-Lebanon Joint Authority. will be held 7:30 P.M.. May 20, 1987, at John Henry Neff Building Manheim. Township School District, Neffsville, PA.

The purpose of the meeting is 10 appoint a Clerk of the Works for a building proiect, award bids and approve financing of Instructional vehicles and consider other matters that may be brought before the Board. Donald E. Campbell Secretary READ THE LEGAL NOTICES It is your right to know what action is contemplated by your city, township or borough government. This newspaper urges you to read and study these notices. They are printed here that you might be informed.

Legal Notices 107 Invitation for Bids Sealed proposals will be received by Quarryville Boro the Council, Municipal Quarryville, Building, Pa. 300 at St. Catherine Street, Quarryville, Pa. 17566 until 4 PM, June 1, 1987. Bids will be opened at 7:30 PM on June 1, 1987 at Council's regular meeting.

1. 14,327 square yards seal coat 2. 4,216 square yards surface treatment Proposals must be upon the form furnished by the Boro. Bid forms and specifications may be picked up Monday thru Friday 9 AM to 4 PM at Municipal Building. Bids must be submitted with a certified check or bid bond in the amount of of the bid payable to Quarryville Boro.

The Boro reserves the right to reiect any or all bids should it be deemed in its best interest, and to waive any informalities in the bid- ding. Barbara J. Tollinger, Quarryville Boro Invitation for Bids Sealed proposals will received by Quarryville Boro Council, Quarryville, Pa. the Municipal Building, 300 St. Catherine Street, Quarryville, Pa 17566 until 4 PM, June 1, 1987.

Bids will opened at 7:30 PM on June 1987 at Council's regular meeting. 1. 2,692 square yard milling variable to 2 inches 2. 280 ton, 1 to in. ID2 wearing including tack coat using .05 gal.

1 emulsion placed with spray bar with end and curb sealing using AC 20 bituminous materials. Electronic leveling equipment will be required on placing of ID materials I Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the Boro. Bid forms and specifications may be picked up Monday thru Friday 9 AM to 4 PM Municipal Building. Bids must be submitted with certified check or bid bond the amount of of the bid payable to Quarryville Boro. The Boro reserves the right to reject any or all bids should it be deemed in its best interest, and to waive any informalities in the bidding.

Barbara J. Tollinger, Quarryville Boro CONESTOGA VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice of Proposed Budget and Per Capita Tax NOTICE is hereby giventhat the proposed budget Conestoga Valley School District. for the 1987-88 fiscal year is available for public inspection at the school district's offices, 2110 Horseshoe Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and will be presented for final adoption at school board meeting to be held in the Conestoga Valley Senior High School, 2110 Horseshoe Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at 8:00 p.m., on June 15, 1987. NOTICE is also hereby given that persons eighteen (18) years of age or over who become residents or inhabitants of this school district and persons attaining the age of eighteen (18) years while a resident or inhabitant of this school district are required by law within twelve (12) months thereafter to notify the Conestoga Valley School District Business Manager, 2110 Horseshoe Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (telephone 717--397- 2421), of their having become residents or inhabitants or their attainment of age. This notice is given in connection with the per capita tax levied by Conestoga Valley School District, and any person failing to comply with the requirements of this notice will be liable, in addition to the tax, for a penalty equal to the tax.

CONESTOGA VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Harry E. Weaver, Secretary The Township of Martic, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, seeks a consultant to assist in preparing an Environmental Assessment Study which will serve as the foundation for the revision to the Township's Comprehensive Plan. The objectives of the Study are to identify environmentally sensitive and critical areas of the Township and to prepare a detailed natural resources inventory and a comprehensive hydrogeologic analysis of the Township. Any consulting firm which has the appropriate experience and is interested in being considered for this contract should submit ten (10) copies of its current firm resume which specifies the firm's experience and qualifications to the Martic Township Board of Supervisors, Linda Gurtier, R.D.#1, Box 21, Pequea, nia 17565, by June 25, 1987. Examples of any previous relevent work may also be submitted.

Several firms will then be requested to submit detailed proposals. Should yOU have any, questions, please contact Linda Gurtler (717) 284-3407. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RE: RRTA Route and Schedule Changes: Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the Red Rose Transit Authority (RRTA) at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17, 1987 at the RRTA Operations Center, 45 Erick Road, Lancaster, PA 17601 for the purpose of receiving public comment in considering route and schedule changes of the RRTA system to become effective September 7, 1987. The proposed route and schedule changes include modest increases in service hours by RRTA, and include, but are not limited to, the following: Sunday Service: new service on Sunday will be provided on the Millersville and man Place routes.

Seven trips are proposed on Route 16, Millersville; and two trips are proposed on Route 14, Leaman Place, serving points between Downtown Lancaster and Miller's Smorgasbord. Route 15, Willow Street: revised off-peak hour schedule is proposed with three additional off-peak trips. Monday through Friday, one additional morning trip on weekdays and three additional Saturday trips are also proposed. Route 19, Manheim: Route changed to eliminate khill Drive and Mechanicsville segments: bus travels between East Petersburg and Manheim via Manheim Pike. Route through East Petersburg will travel along East State Street and East Graystone Road instead of on Broad Street and North Lemon Street, One off-peak trip to Manheim is eliminated with three off-peak trips to East Petersburg and -Mart being provided.

RRTA'S proposed changes will also include minor revisions to other routes. These additional changes will be released al RRTA'S public meeting at 7 p.m. on May 20, 1987. At the June 17, 1987 Public Hearing, RRTA will provide an opportunity for interested persons or agencies 10 be heard with respect to the social, environmental, and economic aspects of the proposed changes. Persons un able to attend the Hearing may send their comments in writing tor Red Rose Transit Authority, 45 Erick Road.

Lancaster, PA 17601. James J. Lutz Executive Director Legal Notices 107 "As required by Section 6056 of the Internal Revenue Code, notice is hereby given that Form 990 PF for the Eshelman Welfare Fund is available for inspection by any citizen at Hamilton Bank, Trust Department, 52 East King Street, Lancaster, PA, during regular business hours." CHANGE OF NAME NOTICES To Whom it May Concern: You are hereby notified that Michelle Christene Robinson has filed a Petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, praying for a Decree to change her name to Michelle Christene Mahoney. A hearing on said Petition will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 1987 at 9:00 o'clock in Court Room Number 5 of the Lancaster County Court House, fifty North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania at which time and place you may attend if you have any obiections. BY: WILLIAM W.

BOYD, ESQUIRE May 11, 18 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF CONTRACT AND SUPPORT SERVICE 18TH AND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bid Date May 20, 1987 Opening 1:00 P.M., E.D.T. Sealed bids for Renovations to Conservation Center, PUBLICATIONS BLDGTHIRD FLOOR, 10TH MARKET HARRISBURG, will be received in Room 209, Arsenal Bldg. at the above address for the following contracts: Contract No. A Gen.

Guaranty Contract No. A Mech. Guaranty Contract No. A 982- 22.4 Elec. Guaranty $1,250.00.

Payable to the Comm. of Pa. (Certified check, bank cashier's check or D.G.S. bid bond form.) PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 120 CALENDAR DAYS FROM DATE OF AWARD CONTRACT. Description: Install paint spray booth, air replacement unit, fume hoods, exhaust fans, lighting and halon fire suppression system.

$20.00 deposit per set by prime contractors for plans and specs (separate check for each contract) payable to the Comm. of Pa. Mail requests to BIDDING UNIT, Bur. of Contract Support Service, 18th Herr Harrisburg, Pa. 17125.

Refundable upon receipt of bid and return of plans and specs within 15 days after bid opening. Plans and specs may be reviewed without charge at the Dept. of General Services, Room 217, Arsenal Bldg. For names of those who have secured plans and specs call 717-787-1943. ISSUED: MAY 8, 1987 James W.

Brown, Secretary The Lebanon Intermediate Unit invites sealed proposals for "Radius Full Page Displays." Interested vendors may secure the specifications and bid forms from James Crothers, Secretary. Bids will be received until 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 19, 1987, in the office of the Secretary, and will be opened one hour later at a public meeting at the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 1110 Enterprise Road, East Petersburg, PA 17520. The Board reserves the right to accept or reiect all bids and to waive any irregularities pertaining thereto. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF CONTRACT AND SUPPORT SERVICES 18TH AND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bid Date May 20, 1987 Opening 1:00 P.M., E.D.T.

Sealed bids for Window Replacement Third Floor-PUBLICATIONS 10TH MARKET HARRISBURG, PA. will be received in Room 209, Arsenal Bldg. at the above address for the following contract: PHASE Contract No. 999- 5.1 Gen. Guaranty $5,000.00.

Payable to the Comm. of Pa. (Certified check, bank cashier's check or D.G.S. bid bond form.) PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 120 CALENDAR DAYS FROM DATE OF AWARD OF TRACT. Description: Install new replacement windows in existing window openings on Third Floor.

$20.00 Deposit per set by prime contractors for plans and specs payable to the Comm. of Pa. Mail requests to BIDDING UNIT, Bur. of Contract Support Service, Dept. of General Services, 18th Herr Harrisburg, Pa.

17125. Refundable upon receipt of bid and return of plans and specs within 15 days after bid opening. Plans and specs may be reviewed without charge at the Dept. of General Services, Room 217, Arsenal Bldg. For names of those who have secured plans and specs call 717-787-1943.

ISSUED: MAY 4, 1987 James W. Brown, Secretary Estate Notices 108 ESTATE NOTICES Notice is hereby given that in the estates of the decedents set forth below the Register of Wills has granted letters testamentary or of administration to the persons named. All persons having claims or demands against said estates are requested to present the same without delay and all persons indebted to said estates are requested to make immediate payment to the executors or administrators or their attorneys named below. BUCKWALTER, Martha dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa. Executor: Richard B.

Buckwalter Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C., 8 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C. BURKEY, Mary dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa, Executors: Hamilton Bank and Evelyn M. Frey Hamilton Bank Trust Department. P.O.

3959, Lancaster, PA 17604. Attorney: Robert M. Going. Sr. BURROWS, Hazel dec'd late of Manheim Lancaster Pa.

utor: William A. Burrows Gibbel. bill Hess, Box 16, Lititz, PA 17543. Attorney: GIBBEL, KRAYBILL HESS CHRISTIAN, James dec'd late of Mountville. Pa.

Adminstratrix: Catherine C. Christian. 246 East Main Street. Mountville PA 17554. Attorney: Robert Bacher COHAN, Janette dec'd late of Elizabethtown Borough, Pa.

Executor: Mary Jane Kline Larry B. Maier, 1390 West Main Street. Ephrata, PA 17522. Attorney: Larry B. Maler ECKMAN, Hazel dec'd late of the City of Lancaster, Pa.

Executors: Jacqueline Newswanger, Donald Eckman GOING PLANK. 140 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: Robert M. Going, Sr. FISSEL, JOHN dec'd late of Lifitz, Pa.

Executrix: Grace E. Fissel Hartman, Underhill Brubaker, 221 E. Chest- nut Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: Harry St. C.

Garman GARRY, THOMAS dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa. Executor: John E. Hamilton. Garry. Co-Executor, Bank.

ecutor, P.O, Box 3959, Lancaster, PA 17604. Affornevt John 1. Hartman, Jr. NOTICE TO NEWSPAPER BOX HOLDERS For your convenience when requesting information on your box replies, please call 291-8723 Monday thru Friday Estate Notices 108 GROVE, Arthur dec'd late of the City of Lancaster, Pa. Executor: Bernard A.

Gerz GOING PLANK, 140 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: Robert M. Going, Esquire KELLER, I. Wayne, dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa. Executors: Wayne W.

Keller and Commonwealth National Bank Appel, Yost Sorrentino, 33 North Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: T. Roberts Appel, I1 KOPP, BENJAMIN GAUL KOPP, BENJAMIN dec'd late of Mount Joy Borough, Pa. Executor: David E. Kopp, Box 542, Mount Joy, PA 17552.

Attorney: Carl R. Hallgren for Morgan, Hallgren, Crosswell Kane, P.C., PO Box 4686, Lancaster, PA 17604 LAPP, Susan dec'd late of Sadsbury Township, Pa. Executors: Melvin G. Lapp, Jacob R. Lapp and David G.

Lapp Wentz, Weaver Kling, 118 East Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557. Attorneys: Wentz, Weaver Kling. LUTZ, ERMA dec'd late of City of Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pa. Executors: Mary C. Cosner and Kenneth L.

Beard Appel, Yost Sorrentino, 33 N. Duke Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: Harry B. Yost of APPEL, YOST SORRENTINO McSPARRAN, JOSEPH dec'd late of Lancaster Township, Pa. Co-Executors: Lorraine H.

McSparran and Joseph E. McSparran, Jr. STEIN, O'BRIEN, REICH WOLMAN, 53 N. Duke Suite 350, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: Jeffrey J.

Reich MILLER, Aaron dec'd late of Upper Leaco*ck Township, Pa. Administrator: Aaron P. Miller Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C., 8 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C. NEWSWANGER, ANNIE dec'd late of Township of Clay, Pa.

Executors: N. Eugene Martin, Box 2538, R.D.#2, Mohnton, Pa. 19540-9423, and Raymond S. Martin, 140 Clear View Road, Ephrata, Pa. 17522.

Attorney: Wentz, Weaver Kling POWELL, Olga dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa. Executrix: Virginia Powell Stewart Appel, Yost Sorrentino, 33 North Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. Attorney: James W. Appel RAMSEY, IYLAH dec'd late of Manheim Township, Pa. Executor: Charles Hardwicke Ramsey Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C., 8 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603.

Attorney: Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P. cu SEITZ, Florence dec'd late of Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pa. Executor: J. Richard Seitz, 915 Wheaton Drive, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: Barley, Snyder, Cooper Barber SLAYMAKER, Ralph dec'd, August 17, 1986, late of Lancaster County.

Letters: December 9, 1986. Administrator: Milton M. Slaymaker, 11, 1 Woodside Place, Aston, Pa. 19014. Attorney: Theodore S.

Melnychuk, Esquire. 10 South Orange Street, Media, Pa. 19063. SNAVELY, Amanda dec'd late of R.D.#3 (Warwick Township), Lititz, Pa. Executors: Earl R.

Snavely Irene R. Groff, 44 S. Main Box. 126, Manheim, PA 17545. Attorney: J.

David Young, Attorney SNYDER, IRMA dec'd late of Lancaster, Pa. Executors: Charles T. Potts, Co-executor, Theodore L. Brubaker, Coexecutor Hartman Underhill Brubaker, 221 E. Chestnut Street, Lancaster, PA 17602.

Attorney: Theodore L. Brubaker TAYLOR, Mathilde dec'd late of R.D.#5, Penn Township, Manheim, Pa. Executrix: Ruth T. Little J. David Young, Attorney, 44 S.

Main Box 126, Manheim, 17545. Attorney: J. David Young, Attorney WEAVER, Marian dec'd late of Lancaster City. Pa. Executor: James A.

Weaver Blakinger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C., 8 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: inger, Byler, Thomas Chillas, P.C. WITHERS, Minnie dec'd late of Manheim Township, Lancaster Pa. Executor: DONALD L. JONES Gibbel, Kraybill Hess.

Box 1521, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: GIBBEL, KRAYBILL HESS XENIS, Aphrodite late of E. Lancaster Executor: Diana England Gibbel, Kraybill Hess, Box 1521, Lancaster, PA 17603. Attorney: GIBBEL, KRAYBILL HESS Lost Found 109 "FOUND" ADS (3 lines) may appear here for 2 days FREE, courtesy of: BERGER REAL ESTATE LOST Small blonde co*cker Spaniel female, vicinity Snavely Mill North Lit11z. 627-0762 LOST! Siberian Huskey, 35 Ibs, blue eyes.

brown, black. white spotted. 4 mo old. Ans to Kane. Choker collar, no 1D.

299-6640 or 392-4532 LOST Ladies Seiko Gold Watch, black band, Meadowbrook Market or Stuffer's in Leola. 656-9466. Public Auctions 110 FARMERSVILLE AUCTION MAY 19 1 P.M. In Farmersville. 3 miles east of Brownstown, Lancaster County, PA.

See Saturday's Paper For Full Listing. Commission Rates: on items over $100 on Items under $100. No Buyer's Premium. Pay out night of sale. We sell on commission.

call John J. Ruff 354-5095. Auctioneer: Larry Rutt AU2455-L Consionments being accept. ed for our Memorial Day An lique Sale. Lancaster, Monday, EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin or an intention to make any such preference limitation or discrimination and the probabilities of the Penna.

Human Relations Act. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are required to be available on an equal opportunity basis. Public Auctions 110 AUCTION TODAY 6 P.M. Chas.

E. Gonder Estate 2113 Shaaron Lanc Auto, household goods J. Omar Landis Auct Serv AU001127-L. 627-0789 665-5735 GRIEST AUCTION GRIEST AUCTION FLEA MARKET Rt. 10, 2 mi.

Si. Parkesburg, Pa. 3 mi. of Rt. 41.

TUESDAY, MAY 19 AT 4PM 3 pc. oak BR set including wash stand, old 6 pc. hand painted pitcher bowl set, Early pine and popular 2 over 3 drawer chest, pine washstand with splash back, lane cedar chest, oak commode, hote! washstand, oak sectional bookcase, dome and flat top trunks, lots of trains equipment including Lionel, Tyco others, 12 ga. Rabbit ear double barrel shotgun, 12 ga. Riverside double barrel shotgun, single shot 22 with octagon barrel, 6 old comforters, 3 white quilts, 6 patch work quilts, other set Lenox china serving for 8, 88pc set Noritake dinnerware, also Nippon Lenox pieces.

KEN GRIEST AUCTIONEER Coatesville, PA (215) 857-2149 LIC NO AU-001270-L CONSIGNMENT SALE MAY 20, 1987 At 9 AM Used Tools Hardware, 12 kw PTO Generator, 4 Row Cultivator, 3 4 Row Rotary Hoes, Disc harrow, 7' 8' Mott Flail Mowers 1 is an off set, Spreaders, New Rotary Mowers, Farring Crates, Sawed Locust Posts, Barbed Wire, Baler Twine, Riding Mowers, All Types of Shop Equipment. At 12 Noon Plywood, Lumber, Doors, Insulation, Nails, 14' 16' Gates. No out of state checks Goods Auction, 656-8911 We sell on commission AH000014-L Flea Markets 111 Unusual display antiques crafts 2219 Marietta Ave 10-3 Mon- Fri or for appt. 299-6236. 19th BI-ANNUAL FLEA MARKET Memorial Day, May 25 at Rohrerstown Fire Company sponsored by Hempfield Woman's Club.

Spaces $6.00 or $12.00. Call 392-2041 GIANT FLEA MARKET, SALE. May 30. 8-4. PA next to Easco Hand Tools.

Rent a space (10 x12) $10, Call Steve Enedy 291-93941 or Mike Graham 684-8984. EAST TOWNE MALL Summer Craft Show July 16 thru 19 Space available For info call 394-6143 MON, MAY 25, 7am-4pm. To reserve tables write PO Box 37, Salunga, PA 17538. Announcements 114 BUSINESS CARDS Color on white Raised Print J. Landis Bowers, 285-5649 political announcement THINK ON THESE THINGS AS YOU VOTE FOR "JIM HUBER" As Lancaster County Commissioner (1) Proven experience, (2) Proven integrity, (3) Proven honesty, (4) Proven hard worker, (5) Proven sincerity in the public's welfare, (6) Proven ability, (7) Proven Faith in God and the Bible's wisdom, (8) No conflict of interests, and (9) Proven desire for sensible advancement of the County.

What more can we ask? Party honesty is party success! (Friends of Jim Huber) BINGO Giant Pots, May 23. Buses leave Manheim caster $12.50. Atlantic City, June 14, CONCORD HOUSE R.E. 397-4756 Small woods approx. to be cut down removed.

Call with quote 687-6646. YOUR PLACE Home of Express Delivery Columbia Ave. 291-2034 HOME Transferred to video tape. Call Video Works Productions. 717-354-8323 AMERICANA HOST FARM RESORT 2300 Lincoln Highway East SELLING YOUR HOUSE? SAVE THOUSANDS! Call For Sale By Owner Today, 464-9500 Share a Part of Your Life Give Blood! Lancaster Generai's Blood Bank 3rd Floor Open A Charge Account Now WATT SHAND Downtown Park City Retiring? Lancashire Terrace provides services 10 take care of your needs in the vears ahead, 569-3215.

READ YOUR AD FIRST DAY IT APPEARS This newspaper will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisem*nt, May 18, 1987 23 That's A how many SO CAMPER TRAILER buyers shop the Classified Ads before buying Call 291-8711 To Place Your Classified Ad 200 AUTOMOTIVE 201 Cars for Sale 203 Cars 205 207 208 Automotive Service 209 Wheel Drives, 210 Vans 212 214 Wanted 216 Construction Equipment Cars for Sale 201 CREEK HILLI MOTORS RT. 272 Brownstown 859-2016 626-1102 '83 Ford ranger XLT Long Bed 4cyl 4spd new cap locals owner $3795 '82 Plym TC3 Custom factory 2 tone 4cyl 4spd air. $3195. '82 GMC S-15 Sierra Truck 4cyl auto air radials $3795 '82 Buick Regal 2dr V6 auto air stereo 1 owner $4995 '82 Chevy Chevette 2dr H.B. 4cyl auto radials $2695 '82 Ford Mustang Town Coupe 4cyl auto air stereo.

cloth interior. $3695 '81 Chevy Chevette 4dr 4cvl. 4spd air local trade $1795, '81 VW Rabbit 4dr 4cyl at ac radials 1 owner $2995 '80 Honda Civic SW 4cyl 5spdr: stereo Pa. 1 owner 53,300 mi $2895 '80 Datsun B210 SW 4cyl 5spd roof rack 59.600 mi $2895 '80 Honda Accord 3dr HB 4cyl 5spd air rear wiper $3595 NEW SPRING HOURS Mon. 8-5, Tues.

thru Fri. 8-8 Sat. 9-3 STAR CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE, INC. '86 Buick Riviera Cpe loaded Cavalier Wgn AT ac '86 Chevy Sprint 5spd 86 Century Sdn loaded '86 Cavalier Conv loaded '86 Iroc 5spd loaded '86 Spectrum Sdn 5spd ac Buick Skylark loaded '86 Olds Calias Coe AT air '86 Camaro auto am fm '86 Cutlass Cpe AT air Eurosport Sdn loaded '85 Toronado loaded '85 Ciera Wgn AT air '85 Buick Century AT air '85 Fiero SE 5spd air '85 Delta 88 Brghm loaded '85 Eurosport Cpe loaded '85 Firenza Sdn AT air '85 Celebrity Sdn AT air '85 Ciera Sdn loaded '85 Cutlass Sdn loaded '84 Monte Carlo auto AC '83 Regal Wgn AT air -NEW PRE-OWNED TRUCKS- '87 S10 Blazer at air '86 Nissan King Cab 4x4 '85 S10 Blazer 5spd loaded '84 C10 Pickup 3spd V8 Oregon Brownstown Exit 222 627-1220 or 859-4914 Richard MOTORCARS, LTD. "Expert Sales and Service Finest OREGON PIKE at the Brownstown Exit of 627-2551 222, Lancaster, FOR A BETTER DEAL ON A NEW PONTIAC See Wm.

B. Fry Pontiac. Inc. 529 Main St. Lititz, Pa.

GRAYBILL BROS, Used Cans Sales Service '86 Cutlass Ciera Brahm. Buick Century Wan. '86 Monte Carlo CL Cpe. '85 Chev Camaro Cpe Pont Parisienne Brahm. '84 Buick Century Ltd.

San. '80 Datsun B-210 San. 8 MILES SOUTH OF LANCASTER ON RTE. 227 GRAYBILL BROS Refton Pa Ph 786-3641 KELLER BROS. FORD R1.

501 Lititz. Pa. 626-2000 CAR VILLAGE 1-717-274-2000 2300 Cumberland Lebarion Manheim rt 72 1ml rt 422 Mercedes Benz Subaru Lancaster County Motors Manheim Pk. E. Petersburg (across from Erb's) 569-4514 ADco*ck BROS.

898-0196 MYERS LIST. INC CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Wrightsville 252-1596 Frederick Chev Cadillac Rte 721 1 mi south of Lebanon 274-1461 HONDA OF LEBANON 25th Cumberland Sts Lebanon, Pa 274-5936 RED ROSE BUICK Sales 5vc 397 5125 MURPHY CHEVRON 397-0601 Attn: College Graduates The new car you want is available your auto loan may already be approved al Larry Murphy Chevrolet Harrisburg Pk President Ave. Lanc. 397-0601.

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