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Money, user fees at heart of debate over rec board By Daniel Walmer and Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff

The members of the Olmsted Region Recreational Board want answers from Middletown. Middletown’Borough’s proposed 2013 budget would eliminate the borough’s annual contribution to the intermunicipal board, which runs the Middletown Community Pool, a youth basketball program and a summer playground program. So representatives for the other entities on the rec board – Royalton, Lower Swatara Twp. and Middletown Area School District – peppered Middletown’s representative, Councilor David Rhen, with a host of questions at the board’s meeting on Thursday, Nov. 29.

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Will the borough continue to provide utilities and maintenance for the pool, Main St. Gym and the MCSO building, all of which the board uses? If so, will the board be charged rent? Are there terms under which the borough could remain a part of the board? “We need to get the answers,” said Barbara Layne, the school board’s representative and recreation board president. “There’s really a sense of urgency with this.” The youth basketball program is currently ongoing, and the board usually begins selling pool memberships for the following summer around this time of the year, board members said. The board members agreed to send an e-mail to

the borough asking for answers and for an opportunity to meet with borough representatives. Layne believes the board could survive without the borough’s $22,250 annual contribution by scaling back office hours and making other budget cuts. But the facility concerns – particularly the use of the pool – could be another story. “The rec board cannot run the pool without Middletown’s help,” said Royalton representative Tildon Sides. The borough has not expressed a desire to stop providing rent-free utilities and maintenance, and borough financial consultant Mark Morgan said the borough’s proposed 2013 budget does not require any change in in-kind services the borough may provide the board or the closure

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Elizabethtown hosts holiday parade Elizabethtown will host its annual Community Holiday Parade, complete with an arrival by Santa Claus, at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. The parade will begin at the intersection of West Bainbridge Street and will head north on Market Street, ending at Hummelstown Street. Parade participants will hand out candy and goodies for all to enjoy. The parade will conclude with Santa’s arrival to his castle in the square. The hours of operation for Santa’s Castle in the Square are 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 and Wednesday, Dec. 19; and noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 and Saturday, Dec. 22. In case of inclement weather, the parade will be held at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9.

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ho knew Santa Claus was such a good singer? The Jolly Old Elf serenaded a large crowd with “The Christmas Song’’ at Middletown’s borough tree-lighting ceremony at the Electric Building on Friday, Nov. 30, as the borough launched its holiday celebration. He held his own alongside the 7th and 8th grade Middletown Area School District chorus and Christine Porter, the head librarian at the Middletown Public Library who had auditioned for the TV show “The Voice,’’ in performances of Christmas standards. The climax of the program began when Santa arrived on a Middletown fire truck and concluded when Mayor Robert Reid lighted the Christmas tree. Snacks were also available, and donations supported the library – a common theme in the borough’s monthlong “A Very Hoffer Holiday” celebration. Other events in the celebration include the Holiday Bazaar and Ugly Christmas Sweater Gala on Dec. 8, a 5k run and walk on Dec. 15, “A Very Musical Holiday” featuring Porter on Dec. 20, a home decorating contest and various opportunities for children to meet Santa.

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Santa Claus and Middletown resident Mike Bowman, right, greet a small child during the Middletown Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Top, Santa serenades the crowd. A large crowd, top right, attended the 2012 Middletown Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the electric building on Friday, Nov. 30.

One charged, one sought for Middletown house fire By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff

Barbara Layne was re-elected president of the Middletown Area School Board by a 5-0 vote during the board’s reorganization meeting on Monday, Dec. 3. David John was elected as vice president. Layne, Shelia Evans, Melvin Fager and Newton Davis were absent.

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of any facilities. “There has been no talk of any changes with building use,” agreed borough secretary and director of communications Chris Courogen. “I know of no plan to deny usage to groups using the buildings. The borough certainly doesn’t have any interest in letting them sit empty.” In fact, Councilor John Brubaker suggested that the utilities provided by the borough – $54,000 annually – should be seen as Middletown’s contribution to the board. “We do contribute to the rec board in the form of water, electric and sewer,” Brubaker said at a council meeting on Monday, Dec. 3. “They real-

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This Christmas, you can sing “The Hallelujah Chorus’’ with a band and choir. Audience members can join in the singing of Handel’s masterpiece with the Middletown Area High School band and choir onstage during the school’s annual Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the high school auditorium. The sing-along is planned for the end of the concert. The band and choir will present an evening of holiday music and spirit.

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One man has been arrested and another is wanted in connection with a house fire at 329 S. Catherine St. in July that was ruled an arson. Police are looking for the house’s owner, Fred Barlow, 65, of Middletown, who they allege asked Damian Parsley, 23, of Harrisburg to set a fire in Barlow’s property. First assistant District Attorney Fran Chardo said Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $2,000 for Barlow’s apprehension. According to the affidavit of probable cause, Parsley, who was working for Barlow, said that Barlow offered him a portion of the insurance money if Parsley would set fire to the building. The blaze caused around $104,000 in damages to the structure and con-

Police force consolidation – it’s a concept that is growing across the state, and an idea that is now under consideration in Middletown. While discussions about a regional police force fell through in the past, Middletown Borough Council voted 7-1 at a special meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27 to study the formation of a regional force. Councilor Scott Sites was the dissenting vote. Councilor John Brubaker was absent. During the meeting, Councilor David Rhen, chairman of council’s public safety committee, gave a presentation citing concerns with police costs incurred by overtime. Councilor Robert Louer made a motion to have Councilors staff contact the state Department of Community criticize and Economic Development to look into regionpolice force alization of the police department with one or expenses, more neighboring municipalities, and to contact page A2 surrounding departments. The idea of regionalization isn’t new to Middletown, said Mayor Robert Reid. According to Reid, it has been attempted at least two times. “I think the economic climate for most municipalities is different than it was back in the ‘80s, and perhaps now is a better time to at least look into it,” said Rhen. Mark Morgan, the borough’s financial consultant, said regionalization is something DCED encourages. “I don’t think it’s unique in Middletown,’’ he said. “They strongly encourage regionalization, not just police, anything you can regionalize.’’ A potential savings to the borough would help Middletown, “given your budget situation,’’ Morgan told council. Council has cut expenses in its 2013 budget to reduce the borough’s electric rate. One of the benefits of police regionalization is the cost savings, said Ron Stern, a local government policy specialist with the Governor’s Center for Local Government Services, an office of DCED. “The benefit is the savings in a building, police chief salaries, equipment,” he said. “Personnel costs are usually fueled by labor agreements, and are pretty much set. The center’s position is that no full-time officer will lose his job or benefits.” In order to create a regional police department, the borough will have to get other surrounding municipalities on board. In the 1990s, there were conversations between Middletown, Highspire, Steelton, Lower Swatara Twp. and Swatara Twp. to form a regional police force, but plans fell through, said John McHale, Highspire police chief and borough manager. But a few months ago, an elected official from Middletown contacted Highspire officials and asked if Highspire would consider it again, said McHale. Please See COUNCIL, Page A6

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tents inside, and left two firefighters injured, court records state. Fire investigators ruled the fire as arson after conducting an investigation. The fire started in the first-floor dining room and extended to other rooms, court records said. The affidavit stated Parsley allegedly poured an ignitable liquid inside the house, and used an open flame to start the fire. Both men are being charged with arson, arson with intent to collect Please See ARSON Page A6

A ramp off Middletown Road in Londonderry Twp. currently leading to nowhere may soon be the entryway to a Love’s Travel Stop. Preliminary final plans were presented at a Londonderry Twp. Planning Commission meeting on Monday, Nov. 19 for a travel stop at the intersection of Vine Street/Middletown Road and Schoolhouse Road. John Gazsi, a project planner for First Capital Engineering, presented plans that include a country store, 16 gas pumps, a Subway restaurant, and a yet-to-be-determined fastfood restaurant with a drive-thru window. Please See ROAD Page A6

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This dead-end ramp off Vine Street in Londonderry Twp. would become the entrance to a new Love’s Travel Stop, complete with 16 gas pumps and two fast-food restaurants, according to plans submitted to the township’s Planning Commission. A developer hopes to begin construction this spring.

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New Steelton effort gives youths something to do By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff With Steelton’s Boys and Girls Club no longer active, an up and coming organization hopes to fill that void and give children something to do. Borough Councilwoman Denae House started Steelton Youth In Action (SYIA), a 501c3 nonprofit under the Steelton Development Foundation after parents expressed frustration with a lack of activities for youth. “I’ve always had a love of children, as well as seniors, and I thought it would be a good idea,” said House. “With a couple people having the same heart, they decided they would help me along the way.” Since the grassroots organization was founded in April, a lot of planning and outreach has begun. SYIA planted a community garden with seniors at Steelton’s Senior Center, and hope to have a farmer’s market there next year, said House. Members of SYIA also volunteered at The LeSean “Shady” McCoy Back to School Barbecue in Harrisburg this past summer. Future plans for SYIA include hosting dances, workshops on health and wellness, teen nights and field trips. “We just wanted to do volunteer work, help with the seniors, help with the community, do fundraisers and have teen nights and educational trips to just bring the community together,” said House. And while SYIA has planted its seed in Steelton, the organization now has a home to grow. Borough Council voted in October to lease the former Wallace Funeral Home on Adams Street to SYIA, which will be called Steelton Community Resource Center. SYIA intends to house not only SYIA programs in the building, but also the senior center and other community events, said House.

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from all municipalities are welcome to join. “There’s a lot of good kids in Steelton, and I just feel that we are the adults and we should be guiding them,” said House. “We’re trying to give them some hope and enrichment.” For more information, to make a donation or to volunteer, readers may call 717-943-7621 or visit www.steeltonyouthinaction.com, or email info@ steeltonyouthinaction.com. Noelle Barrett: 717-944-4628, or noellebarrett@pressandjournal.com

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chairman of council’s public safety committee, expressed concern about the amount of sick leave and vacation time used. After Brubaker read the numbers, Council voted unanimously to ask Mark Morgan if auditing the police department was a service he could provide through the borough’s participation in the Act 47 Early Intervention Program. “Given what Mr. Brubaker has put out to you, something’s wrong,” Council President Christopher McNamara said. “Maybe we [should] go evaluate the police department.” “If we can get some cooperation with the [Middletown Borough police officers] Association and cooperation with the mayor, maybe we can fix this,” McNamara said, warning that otherwise the borough would have to find other means to reduce police costs. But a police department audit would require the cooperation of Mayor Robert Reid – and Reid seemed reluctant to cooperate. “I don’t think there’s any fraud or

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misrepresentation as far as the police department is concerned,” he said. The discussions about reducing police costs are occurring in the midst of contract negotiations between the borough and the association that have stalled. Union representative Mark Laudenslager would not immediately comment on the concerns raised by council at the meeting. Laudenslager has said the union is willing to sit back down with council and negotiate on the contract. As mayor, Reid has not gotten involved in police contract negotiations, he said – but he is not concerned about employees using days off if they are allowed in their contract. “If you give, in their contract, sick days, and someone is sick, there’s nothing you can do about it,” he said. “If the employee has the vacation time, and they want to take it, you have to let them take it.” The Dec. 3 discussion was tense at times, as McNamara threatened to ask residents in the audience to leave if they continued to interrupt council’s

discussion, and McNamara and Reid were in obvious disagreement. When McNamara attempted to give Reid documents about the borough’s volume of police calls that he believes supports reducing police costs, Reid replied, “I don’t need that, you can keep it,” and refused to take the documents. Vacation and sick leave were not the only areas in which council raised concerns about the police department at the Dec. 3 meeting. McNamara said the police personnel development manual has not been updated for years in the proper manner in cooperation with council, and Vice President Bob Louer asked for documentation on when the department uses Tasers. “If we’re going to professionalize the department and we’re going to offer the salaries that we offer, we’re going to have to step it up a little bit,” McNamara said. Daniel Walmer: 717-944-4628, or danielwalmer@pressandjournal. com

A first buck!

By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff Middletown Borough Council voted 6-1 on Monday, Nov. 19 to suspend Police Officer Dennis Morris for three days for “conduct unbecoming an officer.” Councilor John Brubaker voted against the motion. Chris Courogen, borough secretary and director of communications, would not comment on the reason for the suspension, but said it was not related to the arrest of Press And Journal owner Louise Sukle for misdemeanor defiant trespass and disorderly conduct earlier that day. Sukle had chained herself to a borough shade tree to protest the removal of trees on South Union Street. Morris has appealed the suspension to the Borough Police Civil Service Commission. Commission member Sandra Robbins said she did not yet know when the appeal for the hearing will take place or if it will be open to the public. Council also voted to appoint outside legal council for the case at the request of the civil service commission. Daniel Walmer: 717-944-4628, or danielwalmer@pressandjournal. com

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LaVonne Ackerman • 1438 Old Reliance Road, 939-5584 • LaVonneAck@comcast.net Happy December everyone! What fun to have that little bit of snow last week! It helps to have a little bit of the white stuff laying around as the strains of Christmas carols and holiday music fill the air. So what do you like most about the Christmas season? It could be the music, or the increase of activities with several additions made to most calendars. Maybe you like the focus of giving to others, the reminders of what we all have and take for granted. Maybe you like to shop and this is your chance to shine. Maybe you like the real reason for the season and focus on the Christ child and His gift to the world. Whatever it is, I wish you a joyous time of happy moments with family and friends. I certainly like the sparkle of bright lights and festive decorations, the beautiful music that we have heard our entire lives, and many fun traditions. I also love to reflect on what it all means and why we do this celebrating. Best wishes to all of you as we start this festive month. Let me know your news to share! Birthdays Happy brand new teener birthday to Jacob Spear of Lower Swatara. He hits 13 on Wednesday, Dec. 5. I hope the entire family enjoys this new stage. Richard Reisinger of Lower Swatara marks his frosty-filled day Wednesday, Dec. 5. Happy birthday, Richard! Here’s a shout out to Alex Crawford, who turns 24 on Thursday, Dec. 6. Best wishes to you, Alex, in all you do – and happy celebration day. Colleen Gallagher celebrates her big three-oh on Friday, Dec. 7. Yay! That is great! Best wishes to you. Nick Peters is a quarter-of-a-century old on Friday, Dec. 7. That is something to get excited about! Hope it is wonderful, Nick. Happy 23rd cake and ice cream day to Kristin Helms. May your birthday be merry and bright throughout the entire weekend, Kristin. Here is a shout out to Cathy Zupanovic of Lower Swatara. Her special holiday is on Saturday, Dec. 8. I hope whatever you plan to do is fun and entertaining and full of joy. Happy birthday number 22 to Nick Napiltonia of Old Reliance Farms.

Nick observes his birthday on Saturday, Dec. 8. Gavin Swarthout of Old Hershey Road will blow out nine candles atop his frosty cake on Sunday, Dec. 9. Best wishes to you for the best birthday yet, Gavin! More cake at the Zupanovic house – Max Zupanovic celebrates his landmark cake day on Monday, Dec. 10. Happy 21st birthday to you, Max. Aaron Mahalik of Lower Swatara will hit number 20 on Monday, Dec. 10. Hoping you have all kinds of smiles and fun stuff to do on your special day. If you see Mike Gallagher out and about on Monday, Dec. 10, be sure to tell him happy birthday loud and clear. Happy sweet 16 birthday to Michaila Brady. Her beep-beep-honk day is also Monday, Dec. 10. Eric Mosher of Old Reliance Farms is now an adult! Happy 18th cake and ice cream day to you, Eric. He will hear the birthday song on Tuesday, Dec. 11. I hope it is a very sweet sound. Township meeting The Lower Swatara Twp. Board of Commissioners will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5 in the municipal building on Spring Garden Drive. Anniversaries Best wishes for a romantic holiday to Don and Vicki Hartman of Middletown. They celebrate Wednesday, Dec. 5. Happy 34th anniversary. Darryl and Renie Bower of Old Reliance Farms observe their 26th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Dec. 6. Hope you can grab a candlelit dinner out. Happy 24th wedded bliss day to Gary and Lynne Klock of Lower Swatara. They celebrate with chocolate and kisses on Monday, Dec. 10. Enjoy! Congrats Rebekah Rebekah White, daughter of Kevin and Michele White of Lower Swatara, granddaughter of Steve and Carol White, and sister of Adam White has made her family proud. Rebekah, a 2010 graduate of Middletown Area High School, is a biology major at Slippery Rock University. She carries a 3.8 grade point average, which puts her on the Dean’s List each semester. Recently, Rebekah interviewed at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia along with 35 other applicants. On

her way back to Slippery Rock she was called and was told that she was their first choice. They wanted to offer her the placement that day before she decided to go somewhere else. Grandma states, “We always knew Bekah was smart, now we know we are right. Congratulations, Bekah. You will look pretty cool in your little white jacket.” Volunteers needed The Giant Center and Hersheypark Stadium are in need of volunteers for the month of December. The Lower Swatara Volunteer Fire Dept will receive funds if people volunteer on its behalf. Individuals will receive vouchers (park passes) for their participation. Please call Glenn Evans at 717-3702051 if you would like to help. Christmas craft show Middletown First Church of God will hold a Christmas craft and gift show from 8 a..m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8. Homemade candy and baked goods, crocheted items, jewelry and candles are just some items available. There will also be gifts for sale from a variety of vendors including Scentsy, ThirtyOne, Mary Kay, Tastefully Simple and La Sophia. After shopping, you can purchase a hot breakfast or a hot turkey plate complete with filling for lunch. The church is located at 245 W. High St., Middletown.  For more information, readers may call 717944-9608.
 Kierch Carol Sing A warm invitation is sent out to all to attend the Annual Christmas Carol Sing at St. Peter’s Kierch at North Union and High Streets, Middletown, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served after the service. Dress warmly, as there is no heat in the Kierch. Live Nativity Middletown First Church of God invites you to take a step back from the busy Christmas holiday and remember the real reason we celebrate it. Drive or walk through our Living Nativity, complete with Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, shepherds, kings and live animals from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15 and Sunday, Dec 16. Afterward, join us in the church lobby for refreshments and live music by

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The eight Middletown Area High School students chosen for the National Honors Choir will perform in Dallas in March.

Eight students chosen for national choir Eight Middletown Area High School students have been selected to perform with the American Choral Directors Association’s National Honors Choir in Dallas in March. Tama Betz, Will Botterbusch, Sarah Crippen, Josh Hurley, Autumn Miller, Jalen Morra, Carly Oldham and Brynne Schlicher were chosen from

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more than 4,700 students from all 50 states who auditioned for the choir. Only 350 students were selected. To audition, students had to submit a disk containing a solo song of choice, a recording of “My Country ‘Tis of Thee’’ and two scales.

The Middletown students practiced long hours into their summer vacation with their vocal instructors, as well as during the school year, to prepare and make the best recording possible. The students were notified on Nov. 1 that they had been chosen.

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various community members. There is no charge for this event, as it is a gift to the community. The church is located at 245 W. High St., Middletown. For more information, readers may call 717-944-9608 or visit www. middletowncog.org. Question of the Week What do you like most about this Christmas season? “Spending time with my family while we shop and bake cookies and do other Christmas stuff.” – Patty Kuharic, Lower Swatara. “Spending time with my family from far away as we celebrate Jesus’ birth.” – Matthew Wagner, 9, Lower Swatara. “Friends. I like to invite them over during Christmas vacation. My dad hides presents and we have fun.” – Kevin Velez, 12, Lower Swatara. “Snow falling, getting presents – and it is Jesus’ birthday! I also love to spend time with my family.” – Alex Pryor, 9, Rutherford. “ I like all the pretty lights.” – Katelyn Wagner, 4, Lower Swatara. “I like the lights, but I especially love spending time with my grandbabies!” – Denise Giulivo, Lower Swatara. Proverb for the Week The plans of the righteous are just, but the advice of the wicked is deceitful (12:5).

Sara Sowers and Alex Egan

Engagement announced Bill and Sharon Sowers of Hummelstown are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Sara of Hummelstown to Alex Egan of Middletown, son of Ross and Debra Egan of Enola. Sara is a 2004 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School and a 2008 graduate of Penn State University

Middletown singer performs with choir Daniel Seibert, a junior from Middletown, will perform in the McDaniel College Gospel Choir’s concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 on the college’s campus in Westminster, Md. The choir, under the direction of music lecturer Eric Byrd, performs spirituals as well as traditional and contemporary gospel music. The free concert will be held in WMC Alumni Hall.

with a degree in advertising. She is a sales assistant at the Press And Journal, Middletown. Alex is a 2005 graduate of Lebanon County Career & Technology and is a Home Care LPN at Pediatria, Harrisburg. A May 4, 2013 wedding is planned at Stoverdale United Methodist Church, Hummelstown.

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A resident of the 400 block of Eshelman Street told police someone broke into his vehicle, taking a GPS charger and blue scarf, estimated total value at $170. Police said the victim believes the items were stolen between 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 7 and 12:30 p.m. the next afternoon. Police were called to the 100 block of Lusk Avenue for a reported theft on Nov. 2 between 7 a.m. on Nov. 1 and 8 a.m. Nov. 2. The caller stated someone stole two flat screen TVs, an iPad and an iPhone, total estimated value of $2,500. On Oct. 24, a resident reported a theft from his fenced-in backyard in the first block of Charles Street. The victim told police a hand truck and 15-yearold shrink-wrapped, beige stove was stolen the night before.

streets after police pulled him over for a non-regulation registration plate and crossing the center lane of travel, police said. Carlos Alfonso, 25, of Gate Lane, Middletown, was arrested by Highspire police after he was unable to complete a preliminary breath test and failed field coordination testing, police said. Alfonso was taken to the Swatara Twp. police department, where he submitted a breath test sample that yielded .173 BAC, police said. Alfonso was charged with DUI, DUI-highest rate, driving without a license, no rear lights, and driving

at safe speed. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 4 before District Judge Kenneth Lenker of Steelton. On Nov. 11, Gregory Archer, 28, of Harrisburg, was charged with DUI after police detected a strong odor of alcohol and other signs of intoxication during a traffic stop, police said. Archer admitted having six beers and one shot that evening, and failed field coordination testing, police said. At the Harrisburg DUI booking center, he was found to have .133 BAC. Archer was charged with DUI, DUI-high rate, and

failing to use turning movements and required signals. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 25 before District Judge Kenneth Lenker of Steelton. A Middletown man was charged with DUI after failing to perform a breath test. Anthony Morales, 41, of Lawrence Street, was pulled over around 2:30 a.m. Oct. 4 after driving through a red light in the first block of Second Street, police said. Morales failed field coordination exercises and refused the breath test, police said. Morales was charged with DUI and failure to stop

at red signal. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 21 before District Judge Kenneth Lenker of Steelton.
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 Brandon Moore, 28, of Ormond Beach, Fla., was arrested on Nov. 10 and charged with public drunkenness, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after an incident at Champion’s Sports Bar on Second Street, police said. Officers were called when someone reported Moore had kicked in the rear door, breaking the glass, police said. Moore was taken to Dauphin County Prison.

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 Simple Assault Four people were arrested by police for fighting in the 600 block of Second Street on Nov. 6, police said. Jemia Bradshaw, 18, of Highspire; Diamond Foltz, 20, of Harrisburg; Rico Reason, 20, of Middletown; and Devonte Watson-Rodrigues, 20, of Middletown, were charged with simple assault. Vandalism On Nov. 10, police were called to the first block of Willow Street for reported vandalism. The victim stated someone threw a can of orange soda at his residence, damaging and cracking the siding. 
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Employees, Scouts collect food for needy residents borough still negotiating contracts By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff Middletown uniformed and nonuniformed employee contracts both expire at the end of 2012, and neither group appears to be on the verge of completing a contract with the borough for 2013. “There are some things in the works, some things we’re trying to get ironed out . . . but we’ll just have to wait and see,” said Shawn Clark of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, which represents the borough’s nonuniformed employees. “Hopefully, we’ll be able to get some resolution about it.” Meanwhile, a Feb. 7 arbitration date has been said to resolve the borough’s contract dispute with Middletown police, according to borough manager Tim Konek. An arbitration decision would probably be issued three to six months later, said Mark Laudenslager, a Middletown Borough Police Officers Association representative. However, the union would like to reach a resolution with the borough before the dispute reaches arbitration, Laudenslager said. “The association remains open to continue to negotiate,” he said. “We would love to sit back down with them and continue to talk, and hopefully they feel the same.” Chris Courogen, borough secretary and director of communications, would not comment on the state of negotiations for uniformed or nonuniformed employees. “I’m not going to negotiate a contract in the media,” Courogen said.

Cub Scout Pack 97 and Boy Scout Troop 97 of Londonderry Twp. collected more than 600 items for a local food bank during their recent “Scouting for Food’’ drive. During the annual effort to fight hunger, Scouts collect canned and packaged foods for those in need. The food goes to the Fountain of Life Church Food Bank on Newberry Road in Londonderry Twp. Grade school-aged boys who are interested in learning more about the Cub Scouts may contact Mark Matako at 717-468-8349. Boys in grades 5 through 12 who want to learn more about the Boy Scouts may call Kevin Little at 717-944-1957. Pack 97 and Troop 97 are sponsored by the Londonderry Fire Company.

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must submit a letter of intent that is authorized at a public meeting, and fill out a law-enforcement survey. A feasibility study is then conducted by DCED’s Governor’s Center for Local Government services, at no cost to the municipalities. “It takes four to six months to complete the study,” said Stern. “They gather information, talk to people in the community, officers and elected officials to get a feel for that area and what’s best for them if they were to move forward with consolidation.” Some municipalities move forward immediately, and have a functioning regional police force within a year. Others may take longer. “I think a lot of it is the comfort level of the municipalities and the working relationship of the municipalities,”

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Highspire’s answer: No. “Basically, council’s response was not at this time,” said McHale. “At this time I think Highspire feels they’re in a good position. We feel we have a good department with good officers.” Lower Swatara has not been approached, said Harry Krot, the township’s manager. “To the best of my knowledge, no one has asked the township to join in the creation of a regional police department,” he said. “I don’t have any details on what is being proposed so I can’t answer as to whether or not the township would be interested or not.” Municipalities that are interested in forming a regional police force first

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Continued From Page One insurance and conspiracy. Barlow is also facing four counts of recklessly endangering another person, and one count of insurance fraud. Parsley is being held in Dauphin County Prison in lieu of $100,000 bail. Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County at 800-262-3080.

Middletown is not the first municipality to consider axing its contribution to the board. Lower Swatara considered doing so in its 2012 budget, although it eventually kept the contribution in its budget and includes it in its 2013 budget. Lower Swatara representative Thomas Mehaffie III, a township commissioner, is sympathetic to the borough’s budget concerns. “It’s a financial decision, and that’s OK,” Mehaffie said. “Maybe [the rec board has] seen its lifetime. It’s not like it was in 1967 [when the rec board was created].” Even if the borough could survive without Middletown’s contribution in the short term, school board representative Terry Gilman is concerned about the long-term effect. “You’ve got a chair with four legs on it,” Gilman said. “If you take one leg away, it won’t stand.” Still, Mahaffie is not ready to give up on the board just yet: He proposes that all four municipalities not pay their 2013 contribution, leaving the board to operate in 2013 on its budget surplus, which totals about $150,000. That would give the municipalities a year to figure out a new board structure that is workable for Middletown, he said. But that would require Middletown’s willingness to consider new terms, as well as answers to the questions about charging for rent and utilities for the buildings. “Nobody should let anybody sitting high and dry, ‘cause that’s not good for the community,” Mahaffie said.

ize the profits. We get nothing.” Council President Christopher McNamara signaled his support for finding a way to separate the borough from the board. “I’m in favor of someone coming back and finding a way to have our own program,” McNamara said. “Right now, Middletown’s carrying the load.” Board members have mentioned the possibility of charging an extra fee to Middletown users of rec board services if Middletown eliminates its contribution, Rhen said. Rhen suggested that could lead to Middletown charging rent for use of the facilities. Not all Middletown residents are in favor of eliminating the borough’s recreation board contribution. “I don’t like that Borough Council is taking the rec board out of the budget,” said lifelong resident Cathy Quaca. “It’s for the kids.” Mayor Robert Reid has said that children who use the pool and participate in activities run by the board need to come first, and argued that the current intermunicipal system works. But McNamara said the borough’s re-examination of the Recreation Board agreement is part of the borough’s efforts toward creating fiscal responsibility, not about eliminating opportunities for kids. “You have to find a way to do things different, and that’s what we’re trying to do, without eliminating services,” he said. “We need to find a creative way to fix it.”

said Stern. Stern added that the key to a successful regional police force is a willingness of the municipalities involved to cooperate with other areas to provide the level of service they want. There are also start-up costs involved, including hiring a solicitor, hiring a police chief and building the department, said Stern. There are grants that the municipalities can apply for once they have agreements in place, but they can be competitive. “If you can’t afford to do this without grant money, don’t do it,” said Stern. While Highspire isn’t interested in joining a regional police force now, it may be inevitable in the future, said McHale. “Consolidation saves money in extras. The cost of doing police service is always going up,” he said. “Economically, the city of Harrisburg has been forced to reduce manpower. But they’ve seen their crime take off, and that’s because they don’t have enough people to cover the streets and the bad guy knows it. “You still need the people to put the boots on the street to work,” said McHale. “You have crimes, but you also have calls for service. You need the manpower to provide a service to citizens.” 
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police at the special meeting, some residents fear the council is moving in that direction. More than 50 residents attended the meeting, including about a dozen who stood outside Borough Hall beforehand holding signs that read, “Save Our Town,” “Resign Borough Council” and “Save Our Police.” Many worried about the fate of the department. Some had heard rumors that council would cut officers, while others feared council would eliminate the entire department. Royalton police officer Robert Givler, who formerly served with the

Middletown police force, said any cuts to police would hurt the borough. “There’s no way one police officer can handle calls in this town,” said Giver, who heard the borough wanted to cut police down to one officer per shift. “One of the most handled calls is domestic disputes. An officer would be 2-to-1.”
Council also voted 8-0 to give $20,000 out of the borough’s capital improvement fund to the police department to renovate the former electric department headquarters for use by the force. Noelle Barrett: 717-944-4628, or noellebarrett@pressandjournal.com

Council moves ahead with storm water project By Daniel Walmer

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Middletown Borough Council has moved ahead with storm water improvements in downtown Middletown while reducing a storm water requirement for property sellers. On Tuesday, Nov. 20, council directed the borough engineer to create a recommendation by January for storm water improvements on South Union Street. An excessive amount of storm water is leaking into the borough’s sewer pipes, according to Chris Courogen, borough secretary and director of communications. During heavy rains from Hurricane Sandy, the leaking water caused the borough’s wastewater treatment plant to reach its capacity levels, Courogen said. Since the borough will be replacing the sidewalk on South Union Street in 2013 as part of its streetscape improvement project, it makes sense to fix the pipes under the sidewalk at the same time, Courogen said. It is not known how much the storm water improvements will cost. Meanwhile, at a council meeting on Monday, Nov. 19, Realtor Tim

Clouser of RE/MAX Real Estate addressed council about his inability to obtain a sewer inspection required in Middletown before completing the sale of properties. Borough codes require an inspection of the property’s sewer lateral, but since council eliminated two codes positions, no one from the borough has been available to complete the inspection for six weeks, he said. “I’ve tried to be proactive . . . and yet it’s been six weeks and nothing’s been accomplished. It’s very unprofessional,” Clouser said. “It’s a problem doing business in the town as a result of this right now.” Council President Christopher McNamara blamed the problem on the ordinance itself, saying the town needs to become more user-friendly. “I do not think [the inspection] should be a condition of sale,” McNamara said. “It is holding up real estate transactions.” “I do not believe, until I’m shown, that the laterals are the problem [with storm water],” he added. Clouser said Lower Swatara Twp. is the only other municipality in Dauphin County with such a requirement, and the township’s inspection is involved.

“There’s no question it’s been an obstacle,” he said. “I can tell you that my peers look down on selling homes here.” Council unanimously approved a motion by Councilor Robert Louer to direct the borough solicitor to reevaluate the requirement and “possibly make a change.” Also at the Nov. 20 meeting, council directed borough staff to contact Dauphin County Commissioner George Hartwick for updates on the proposed train station on West Main Street. Hartwick had previously promised that the station would be finished by the end of 2013, said Councilor John Brubaker, but the borough did not receive any update on the proposal when they attempted to contact state Rep. John Payne in March. Brubaker said developer James Nardo, who is planning the Westporte Centre commercial complex in the same area and recently paid for the removal of trees on South Union Street, told him he has not received recent updates on the project. Daniel Walmer: 717-944-4628, or danielwalmer@pressandjournal. com

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School board presidents in the Lower Dauphin and Steelton-Highspire school districts kept their positions for 2013 during reorganization meetings on Monday, Dec. 3. At Lower Dauphin, the school board voted 8-0 to reelect Todd Kreiser as President, and to replace Rodney Nissley, former vice president, with Dana Barry. Nissley was absent. Kreiser thanked the board and the district staff for their support and trust.

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The second restaurant will most likely be a Wendy’s or a McDonald’s, Gazsi said. “It is a combination for families and tourists who need a place to stop, and it also accommodates trucks,” said Gazsi. “It’s more family-oriented than what you would normally find.” About 90 parking spaces for cars and 60 for tractor-trailers rigs are also included in the plans. Not all of the 11.5 acres of land formerly known as Lutz Farm will be cleared for construction, according to Gazsi. “There’s a 65-foot right of way along Schoolhouse Road filled with trees, and we’re not disturbing that,” he said. First Capital Engineering will have to go before the Planning Commission at least one more time before presenting plans to the township supervisors. “We received comments from the township engineer,” he said. “We’ll address those comments and then go back before (the planning commission) for the December meeting.” Love’s hopes to start construction in the spring, Gazsi said. Noelle Barrett: 717-944-4628, or noellebarrett@pressandjournal.com


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Middletown Boys’ Basketball

REBUILDING Middletown could challenge for division title The low-scoring Blue Raiders may rely on defense to carry them to victory. By Larry Etter Press And Journal Staff After winning 15 games in each of the past three years, Chris Sattele, coach of the Middletown boys’ basketball team, would like nothing more than to keep the success going and, maybe, do even better in the 2012-13 season. But to do so, Sattele and varsity assistant Chris Bradford will need to put together a good rebuilding plan. Gone from last season are six seniors, including four starters, who led the Blue Raiders to a berth in the District 3 Class AAA playoffs back in February. The top two scorers were also among the graduated players. Last season, the Raiders lost in the first round of district play to top-seeded Lampeter-Strasburg after claiming a victory in the preliminary round at Big Spring. “If we had won a couple more games in the season we would have gotten a better draw in districts and maybe extended our season a bit,” Sattele said. Sattele does have one starter back for the new season in senior Trent Zim-

Coach: Chris Sattele Years as head coach: 5 Last year: 15-8 merman, a division all-star nominee last winter. Zimmerman, a 6-foot-tall guard, was arguably the team’s best all-around player as a junior and scored 270 points, third best on last year’s squad. Understandably, Sattele will build this year’s team around Zimmerman. The new Blue Raiders will be young, with just Zimmerman and two other seniors on the roster. The other 12th-graders are Jared Truesdale, a 6’-1” forward, and Quentin D’Onofrio, a 5’-11” forward. Truesdale, who missed half of last season with an injury, will start and D’Onofrio will come off the bench.

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Middletown Boys’ Basketball Schedule Dec. 7 – Northern Lebanon @ Annville Tip Off Tournament 6 p.m. Dec. 8 – Annville-Cleona @ Annville Tip Off Tournament 6:30 p.m. Dec. 11 – @ Camp Hill 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 – Milton Hershey 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 – Northern 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 – East Pennsboro 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 – West Perry 7:30 p.m. Dec. 22 – Bishop McDevitt 1:30 p.m. Dec. 27 – Susquehannock @ Susquehannock Tournament 6 p.m. Dec. 28 – TBA @ Susquehannock Tournament TBA Jan. 2 – @ Greencastle-Antrim 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4 – @ Steelton-Highspire 7:30 p.m. Jan. 5 – @ Red Lion 2:30 p.m. Jan. 8 – Susquenita 7:30 p.m. Jan. 11 – Camp Hill 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 – @ Milton Hershey 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 – @ Northern 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22 – @ East Pennsboro 7 p.m. Jan. 25 – @ West Perry 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 – Steelton-Highspire 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 – @ Susquenita 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 – York Suburban 1:30 p.m.

Missing for the new season is a player Sattele hoped would be his starting point guard but who chose not to come out for his senior year. As a result, Sattele has had to adjust his plans accordingly. In the mix at the guard spots are juniors Dylan Danilowicz, Cody Fox and Levi Varner, each of whom played on the junior varsity squad last year. Varner and Danilowicz also saw some varsity time. Sophomore Ladhellis Charleston also adds some depth at guard. Without a doubt, the Raiders were big last year, but all that size is gone. However, there are a few athletes on the roster who are ready to step up and fill the gaps in the new season. Nick Drawbaugh, a 6’-2”, 220-pound junior, will man the middle on offense and defense, while classmate Mel

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Middletown Boys’ Basketball Team Fager, 6’, will work the baselines. Also in the mix is Jeff Cleckner, another 6’ junior. If this group can bring the ball up the court, run its offense cleanly and score points off high-percentage shots, the Blue Raiders could be successful once again. “We’re going to play a lot of zone defense which will, hopefully, keep us in games,” Sattele said, adding, “We’re not going to be a high scoring team, so, if we can keep scores in the 40s with defense, we’ll have a better chance at winning.” The Raiders did okay in a scrimmage at Conestoga Valley at the end of the first week of practice, but did not fare as well at Elizabethtown on Nov. 29, where turnovers and missed

shots resulted in an unfavorable outing. Sattele and Bradford will work to correct those deficiencies by the start of the regular season. With a tweaked realignment within the Mid-Penn Conference, the Middletown squad could be in the hunt for a division title, something that has eluded the program in recent years. The Blue Raiders will compete in the Capital Division that includes Camp Hill, East Pennsboro, Milton Hershey, Northern York, SteeltonHighspire, Susquenita and West Perry. Old nemesis Trinity has moved to the Keystone Division. “Steel-High and Milton Hershey will be the teams to beat,” Sattele noted. “I really believe we can compete with them and win against the rest of the

division.” The Raiders will tip off the season at the Annville-Cleona Tournament, a tourney they have won three years in a row. They will also have some tough non-division foes to face and will participate in the Susquehannock Tournament right after Christmas. Matt Kleinfelter returns to lead the junior varsity squad and again will be assisted by Ron Stetler. They will work with the following players: juniors Bobby Harper, Terry Love and Brad Phillips, sophomores Dagen Hughes, Kurt Dey and Zack Myers, and freshmen Osman Kamara, Brandon Harper and Caleb Leggore. Charleston, Danilowicz, Varner and Cleckner will also get playing time with the JV squad.

Lower Dauphin Basketball

Young Falcons athletic, confident this year By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff They looked like an also-ran. A losing team with a losing record. Then a three-game lateseason winning streak propelled the Lower Dauphin boys’ basketball team into the race for the 20th and final spot in the District 3 Class AAAA playoffs last February, and the Falcons transformed themselves from alsorans to upstarts. They lost a chance to make the playoffs on the last game of the season, a surprising and disastrous 54-46 loss to Susquehanna Twp., a team with a losing record – on their home court in Hummelstown, no less. The Falcons finished with a record of 11-11, in 24th place among the district’s big schools and out of the playoffs. This year, hopes are high that Lower Dauphin can compete against the best teams in its division, the Mid-Penn Conference’s revamped Keystone Division, and perhaps claim the playoff spot that eluded them last year. With two returning starters and athletic replacements filling the starting lineup, the Falcons are young but optimistic they can compete with elite teams like Bishop McDevitt and Trinity, two newcomers to the division this season. Lower Dauphin has 16 games this year against division opponents. “I’m not looking at any games on our

Coach: Mark Hoffsass Years as Head Coach: 5 Last year: 11-11 schedule and saying, ‘We don’t have a chance,’ ” said Coach Mark Hofsass. “These guys are pretty confident. I think they feel they can compete with the best teams in the division. I don’t really expect anything less than that. I can’t imagine a scenario that could be bad.’’ The Falcons will benefit from the return of Jack Miller, a tight end on Lower Dauphin’s football team, who was injured for about a third of the season last year. “He’s a good, strong dude that a lot of teams don’t have any matchup for,’’ said Hofsass. “Having him healthy will make a difference.’’ Kaylor Kulina, another starter, also returns, and the Falcons will depend on his experience, said Hofsass. Two 6-4 sophomores, Tony Bowen and Matt Seip, will play major roles, as well as three juniors, Brian Naccarato, Colton Nagy and Luke Rutledge. “We’re young but I think athletically we’re probably better than any team I’ve had here,’’ said Hofsass.

LD Boys’ Basketball Schedule Dec. 7 – Nothing But Net Tournament 6 p.m. Dec. 8 – Nothing But Net Tournament 6 or 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 – @ Red Land 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 – Bishop McDevitt 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 – @ Susquehanna Twp. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 – @ Trinity 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 – Hershey 7:30 p.m. Dec. 27 – @ Dover 7:30 p.m. Jan. 2 – Palmyra 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4 – @ Cedar Cliff 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 5 – Waynesboro Jan. 9 – Mechanicsburg Jan.11 – Red Land Jan. 12 – East Pennsboro Jan. 15 – @ Bishop McDevitt Jan. 18 – Susquehanna Twp. Jan. 21 – Trinity Jan. 24 – Middletown Jan. 25 – @ Palmyra Jan. 29 – Cedar Cliff Feb. 4 – @ Mechanicsburg

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Lower Dauphin Girls’ Basketball

Middletown Girls’ Basketball

Raiders are quick, but young By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff

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Taryn Messick is one of three returning starters for the Falcons.

Experienced Falcons know how to win The Lower Dauphin girls’ basketball team certainly knows how to win. Several players also played for the Falcons’ field hockey team that won the state championship this season. Starter Hunter Bracale also was a star player for the field hockey squad. Several others will contribute to the Falcons’ basketball squad this season, and Lower Dauphin should put an experienced team on the court. Bracale, a senior, joins juniors Maggie Mostoller and Taryn Messick as returning starters from a Falcon squad that went 16-7 last year and finished second in the Keystone Division of the Mid-Penn Conference. Lower Dauphin looked powerful in

Coach: Bob Heusser Years as Head Coach: 12 Last year: 16-7 the first month or so of last season, rolling to a 15-3 record. But the Falcons lost four of their last five, including a loss to Palmyra that earned the Cougars the division crown. Lower Dauphin then exited the District 3 Class AAAA playoffs early, losing to Central Dauphin 39-20 in the first round.

LD Girls’ Basketball Schedule Dec. 7 – Muhlenberg Tournament 6 p.m. Dec. 8 – Muhlenberg Tournament 2 p.m. Dec. 11 – Red Land 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 – @ Bishop McDevitt 6 p.m. Dec. 17 – Susquehanna Twp. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 – Trinity 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 – @ Hershey 7:30 p.m. Dec. 27 – Lower Dauphin Winter Classic 7:30 p.m. Dec. 28 – Lower Dauphin Winter Classic 6 or 7:30 p.m. Jan. 2 – @ Palmyra 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4 – Cedar Cliff 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 – @ Mechanicsburg 7:P30 p.m. Jan. 11 – @ Red Land 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12 – @ East Pennsboro 2:30 p.m. Jan. 15 – Bishop McDevitt 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 – @ Susquehanna Twp. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 21 – @ Trinity 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23 – Hershey 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24 – @ Middletown 4:45 p.m. Jan. 25 – Palmyra 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 – @ Cedar Cliff 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 – Cedar Crest 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 – Mechanicsburg 7:30 p.m.

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The Middletown girls basketball team squeezed into the District 3 Class AAA playoffs last season, claiming the 20th and final playoff spot. This season, the young Blue Raiders will depend on freshmen and a sophomore to return to the playoffs. Sophomores Jey Rivera and Halle Marion are the only starters returning on the nine-member Raider team, which depends heavily on young players. Still, Coach Chris Hunter hopes for a return to the playoffs – and maybe a playoff win. Middletown was eliminated in the first round of the District 3 playoffs last year, falling to Fleetwood. “We’ll look to compete and see if we can return to districts, plus win a game or two,’’ said Hunter, admitting, “For a young team, that’s setting high goals.’’ The Raiders hope to run up and down the court, and score points off the transition.

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bonded by playing basketball together, and that togetherness could result in teamwork that could carry the Raiders to success. “They seem to want to play for one another rather than for themselves,’’ said Hunter. Crippen, Burton and Marion are good 3-point shooters who will pose a threat from the outside, said Hunter.

Penn St. Harrisburg-None. Rebounds – Wesley 38 (Reynolds 10), Penn St. Harrisburg 19 (Brown 5). Assists – Wesley 18 (Hagan 5), Penn St. Harrisburg 15 (Farthing 5). Total fouls – Wesley 17, Penn St. Harrisburg 17. Technical fouls – WesleyNone, Penn St. Harrisburg-None. A – 130

PENN ST. HARRISBURG 72 SUSQUEHANNA 67 PENN ST. HARRISBURG (2-2) De los Santos 3-7 7-8 15; Gatchell 5-9 4-5 15; Doyle 5-6 2-2 13; Sodini 4-7 1-1 10; Brown 3-8 3-3 10; Icker 4-10 1-2 9; Strayer 0-1 0-0 0; Farthing 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-49 18-21 72. SUSQUEHANNA (1-4) Ortmyer 7-11 0-0 14; Miller 3-9 5-5 13; Seldon 4-7 1-1 9; Dean 4-7 0-0 8; Cable 2-5 0-0 6; Perillo 3-6 0-0 6; Kukoda 2-4 0-0 4; Wilson 1-7 0-0 3; Rutecki 1-1 0-0 2; Eskin 1-4 0-2 2; Rezny 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 28-61 6-10 67. Penn St. Harrisburg  30   42  –  72 Susquehanna   32   35  –  67 3-point goals – Penn St. Harrisburg 6-11 (De los Santos 2-3; Gatchell 1-4; Sodini 1-1; Brown 1-2; Doyle 1-1), Susquehanna 5-21 (Cable 2-4; Miller 2-6; Wilson 1-6; Perillo 0-2; Kukoda 0-1; Seldon 0-2). Fouled out – Penn St. Harrisburg-None, Susquehanna-None. Rebounds – Penn St. Harrisburg 27 (Icker 8), Susquehanna 34 (Ortmyer 8). Assists – Penn St. Harrisburg 15 (Doyle 8), Susquehanna 19 ( Perillo 7). Total fouls – Penn St. Harrisburg 14, Susquehanna 19. Technical fouls – Penn St. Harrisburg-None, Susquehannateam. A – 289 WOMEN South Division W L Lancaster Bible 0 0 Gallaudet 0 0 Penn State Harrisburg 0 0 Wilson 0 0 St. Elizabeth 0 0 Penn State-Abington 0 0 Penn State-Berks 0 0

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Middletown Girls’ Basketball Schedule Dec. 7 – Big Spring Tournament TBA Dec. 8 – Big Spring Tournament TBA Dec. 11 – Camp Hill 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 – @ Milton Hershey 7 p.m. Dec. 17 – @ Northern 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 – @ East Pennsboro 7P:30 p.m. Dec. 21 – @ West Perry 7:30 p.m. Dec. 27 – Hershey Tournament 6 p.m. Dec. 28 – Hershey Tournament 6 p.m. Jan. 2 – Greencastle-Antrim 6:30 p.m. Jan. 4 – Steelton-Highspire 7:30 p.m. Jan. 5 – Big Spring 2 p.m. Jan. 8 – @ Susquenita 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 – @ Bishop McDevitt 7:30 p.m. Jan. 11 – @ Camp Hill 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12 – Donegal 1:30 p.m. Jan. 15 – Milton Hershey 7:25 p.m. Jan. 18 – Northern 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22 – East Pennsboro 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25 – West Perry 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 – @ Steelton-Highspire 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 – Susquenita 7:30 p.m.

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Ed Neiswender abandons retirement to lead an experienced Falcons By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff Outside the wrestling team’s matcovered practice room at Lower Dauphin High School – simply called The Room out of a combination of respect and awe – is a sign that lauds the team’s success. More than 500 victories have sprung from the hard work and study inside. “Our history is our foundation,’’ the sign proclaims. Lower Dauphin’s history is embodied in one man who, for more than three decades, coached Falcon wrestlers to success. Ed Neiswender began as a successful 155-pound wrestler at Lower Dauphin, then returned to coach in 1977, and his mark on the program is indelible. He’s responsible for much of that history of which Lower Dauphin is proud. He retired from coaching a few years ago. But when the coach’s job opened this season, he took it. And though the reminder of all the years he’s invested in the wrestling program hit with striking clarity – he occasionally finds himself coaching the grandson of a former wrestler he’s coached – he loves the assignment. “The kids are

Coach: Ed Neiswender First year (returning from retirement) Last year’s record: 7-7 fun, the coaches are fun,’’ he said. Five members of Neiswender’s coaching staff are former Falcon wrestlers who he’s coached, so coaching style and technique never clash at Lower Dauphin. “We’re kind of on the same page – they wrestle the way I kind of taught them to wrestle,’’ he said. “It’s like having extra arms, extra hands.’’ Lower Dauphin returns some senior wrestlers with varsity experience this season, including Christian Brand at 285 pounds; Travis Morrell, the football team’s standout running back, at 195; Tyler Messick at 145; and Nic Dippery at 138. Joining them are veteran underclassmen David Wuestner at 220; Troy Spencer, the football team’s quarter-

Lower Dauphin Wrestling Schedule Dec. 7 – Cumberland Valley Tournament 3 p.m. Dec. 8 – Cumberland Valley Tournament 9 a.m. Dec. 13 – Hershey 7 p.m. Dec. 20 – @ Susquehanna Twp. 7 p.m. Dec. 27 – Manheim Central Tournament 9:30 a.m. Jan. 3 – Cedar Cliff 7 p.m. Jan. 10 – @ Middletown 7 p.. Jan. 17 – Palmyra 7 p.m. Jan. 19 – Elizabethtown Tournament 9 a.m. Jan. 22 – @ Mechanicsburg 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24 – Red Land 7 p.m. Jan. 26 – New Oxford Tournament TBA

back, at 170; Kaleb Ward at 160; Lee Cassell at 132; Jordan Foreman at 120; and JT Donnelly at 138. Freshman Bailey Shutt will start at 152, and he’s “a pretty tough freshman,’’ said Neiswender. How successful will the Falcons be this season? Neiswender said he’s not sure yet. “I am new to the kids, and they are new to me,’’ he said. “I’ll get more of an idea about the team I have as we go along.’’ The Falcons’ commitment to work hard in practice has impressed Neiswender. “They’re working hard – that’s a good sign,’’ he said. Jim Lewis: 717-944-4628, or jimlewis@pressandjournal.com

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Raiders’ Mattes earns volleyball honor Middletown’s Emily Mattes received an honorable mention in the Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division All-Star selections for the 2012 season. Mattes, a junior who has played for the Blue Raiders since ninth grade, was an outside hitter this season,

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At Middletown, quality makes up for a lack of quantity By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff What the Middletown Blue Raiders wrestling team lacks in numbers, it makes up for in quality. With only 15 wrestlers on the team, the Raiders may not send a wrestler to the mat at every weight in every meet. But Middletown should still have enough to forge a winning record, predicts Coach Mike Nauman. “We have 15 kids, but they’re quality kids, and I’m happy,’’ said Nauman. “We get more time with them, and they want to learn.’’ Middletown finished last season with a 10-6 record, and Nauman estimates “we could better that – I’m not sure.’’ Tough early-season tournaments at Cumberland Valley and the University of Delaware’s Beast of the East competition could provide experience against quality opponents that the Raiders could use throughout the rest of the season. Two state tournament qualifiers return for Middletown. Bryce Killian, who finished sixth in the PIAA Class AAA state championships at 120 pounds, returns to wrestle at either 126 or 132, Nauman said. Killian compiled a 35-6 record last season, recording nine pins. Zack Ulerick, who finished sixth in the state championships at 113 pounds, also returns. As a sophomore, he compiled a record of 26-3 last season. The Raiders return a few other starters, including Steven Cain at 160 pounds. “They’re pretty tough,’’ said Nauman. Sophomore Mitch Ward (285 pounds)

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Coach: Mike Nauman Years as head coach: 10 and Will Botterbusch (145), two members of Middletown’s football team, and Eli Sterner (106) will help fill out the starting roster, Nauman said. As for the future, the junior high program has 15 wrestlers this season – an encouraging number, said Nauman. “You try to build a program,’’ he said. Jim Lewis: 717-944-4628, or jimlewis@pressandjournal.com

Middletown Wrestling Schedule Dec. 7 – @ Cumberland Valley Tournament TBA Dec. 8 – @Cumberland Valley Tournament TBA Dec. 13 – Cedar Cliff 7 p.m. Dec. 20 – @ Mechanicsburg 7:30 p.m. Dec. 22 – @ Beast of the East Tournament 7 a.m. Dec. 23 – @ Beast of the East Tournament TBA Dec. 28 – @ Governor Mifflin Tournament TBA Dec. 29 – @ Governor Mifflin Tournament TBA Jan. 3 – Red Land 7 p.m. Jan. 5 – @ Lancaster Catholic Tournament 9 a.m. Jan. 10 – Lower Dauphin 7 p.m. Jan. 16 – Central Dauphin East 7 p.m. Jan. 17 – @ Susquehanna Twp 7 p.m. Jan. 24 – @ Palmyra 7 p.m. Jan. 26 – @ Drexel Tournament TBA Jan. 31 – Hershey 7 p.m. Feb. 6 – @ Dallastown 7 p.m.

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Lions battle Wesley before falling, 83-68 Penn State Harrisburg played well against one of the top teams in the new conference it will join next season. By Tom Klemick For The Press And Journal It’s now common knowledge that Penn State Harrisburg will be leaving the North Eastern Athletic Conference following the 2012-13 season to join the Capital Athletic Conference next fall. The Lions got a taste of things to come when they hosted Wesley, one of this year’s Capital Athletic frontrunners, on Thursday, Nov. 29. The outcome, an 83-68 defeat, wasn’t the ideal result the Blue and White had hoped for heading into the contest.      But the big question on everyone’s mind of whether or not Penn State Harrisburg will be able to compete with its new league’s strongest competition come next year was answered. Yes. The Lions hung with the Wolverines well into the second half before the visitors used a crucial 17-4 run to put the game out of reach late. Wesley had the edge in size and the Wolverines used it to their advantage in the early going with six of their first eight points coming off layups inside. Penn State Harrisburg Coach Mike Gaffey used a timeout to settle his team

down and his players responded nicely with 10-0 run out of the break. The Lions took a 12-11 lead when senior captain Jordan Gatchell knocked down a jumper at the 13-minute mark. The shifty point guard had the hot hand early on and scored all but two of the Lions’ first 12 points. The score remained close as the first half drew to a close.  Wesley’s Rasheed Carter made a free throw to put his team up 23-16.  Sophomore Joey Farthing answered back with a layup to cut the deficit to five. The Wolverines’ Devon Davidson laid one off the glass to push the lead to back to seven. Penn State Harrisburg junior Julius Brown pulled up at the foul line on the other end and hit a jump shot to make it 25-20. After a Blue and White defensive stop on Wesley’s following possession, Gatchell connected on another jumper to bring his team to within three with 4:45 remaining in the first half. The visitors responded nicely, however, and following a pair of foul shots by Penn State Harrisburg’s Ethan Strayer with 3:07 left on the clock, the Wolverines closed out the half on a 10-3 run and took a 39-28 advantage into the break.

The Lions fought back in the second half, cutting deficit to six points thanks to a trio of timely three-balls from Alberto De Los Santos, Will Doyle and Strayer. Unfortunately for the Blue and White faithful that packed the Capital Union Building for the Lions’ home opener, the home team went cold offensively following a De Los Santos layup at the 16-minute mark. Wesley took full advantage, connecting on a flurry of field goals from beyond the arc and putting together the pivotal second half run that kept the contest out of reach from that point on. The Wolverines hit 11 3-pointers on just 17 attempts to record an impressive 70.6 percentage the Lions just could not match. Penn State Harrisburg’s tandem of

Gatchell and Doyle led the way on this night. The senior was extremely efficient, going 7-11 from the field and 3-6 from downtown to tally a team-high 17 points. Doyle shot 50 percent from the field on his way to a 16-point night.  Both young men swiped three steals. Strayer netted a season-high 10 points and De Los Santos added 6.  Brown was the team’s leading rebounder with five while Farthing dished-out a game-high five assists. Despite guarding bigger opponents all evening, sophomore forward Kevin Icker blocked a game-high two shots. The loss dropped Penn State Harrisburg to 2-3 on the year. The Lions have yet to lose back-to-back games this season.

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Lion women top Cedar Crest, 75-53 By Adam Clay For The Press And Journal The Penn State Harrisburg women’s basketball team started its season strong with a 2-1 record after beating the Cedar Crest Falcons 75-53 in nonconference action on Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Allentown. The Lions took advantage of some early scores by Miranda Zeanchock, who led the team in scoring with 18 points and also scored five of the six total 3-point shots that Penn State Harrisburg sank. The Lions pounced early on the Falcons ending the first half with a 48-23 lead. The second half would remain tight with the Falcons edging out the second

half score, but the first half play by the Lions was all they would need as they coasted to victory. Amanda Moyer went 6-for-8 from the field, scoring 12 points; Stephanie Yetter was 4-for-7 and 2-2 from the line, adding 10; Lucky Snypse added 7 points. “Playing our last non-conference game before opening our NEAC schedule was a total team victory,’’ said Lion Coach Ross Patrick. “A lot of youthful energy tonight provided us with great effort, while also identifying some areas we need to continue to work on.” “It’s a great night, a road victory, and the understanding to not be complacent as we begin to defend our title as South Division champions.”

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Middletown St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Sun., Dec. 9: 7 p.m., Community Church is located at Spring and Union Carol Sing at St. Peter’s Kierch. ReStreets, Middletown. member to dress warm, as there is You are invited to join us for wor- no heat at the Kierch. Cookies and ship on Wednesday morning at 10 hot chocolate will be served after the a.m., Chapel; worship on Saturday at service. 5 p.m., Chapel. The Saturday service The 1st Sunday of each month is is a casual traditional service, usually Food Pantry Sunday. Please bring a 45 minutes in length. Please enter the nonperishable item for our local food church through the parking lot door. bank. Food Pantry is located at 201 Sunday church school is at 10:30 Wyoming St., Royalton. a.m., everyone is welcome. There Thanks to all who supported our will be classes for children, youth and annual Christmas bazaar. A portion of adults. The 9 a.m. Sunday worship the proceeds from the bazaar will go service is broadcast on WMSS 91.1 in support of the ELCA World Hunger FM. at 11 a.m. Campaign. Wednesdays in Advent: Join us for Visit our website at www.stpea service of scripture, silence and tersmiddletown.org. prayer in Good Shepherd Chapel at Scripture readings for the week: Mal. 6:15 p.m. Please enter through the 3:1-4; Luke 1:68-79; Phil. 1:3-11; parking lot doors. Luke 3:1-6.

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Descandants Of Balthaser Matter (1795-1871) By Roger Kramer

Edward Matter Family, continued - Martha died at about 30 years of age. Buried at Lykens, Dauphin Co., Pa., Annie married Amos C. Lehman. They moved to Indiana and lived at Ft. Wayne. They had three children, Clarence F., Norman W., Helen E. Dec’d. (1) Clarence F. married Mercedes Landis and lived at 1800 Hemphill St., Ft. Worth, Texas. They had one son Donald; (2) Norman W. married Kathryne Heim, also live in Ft. Wayne, Ind. They had one son Harold Edward, remarried Emeline Rebecca Witmer about 1866, daughter of Daniel Witmer and Rebecca Reber. She was born 7 March 1846 in Dauphin Co., Pa. died 7 June 1908 in Lykens, Dauphin Co., Pa. They had seven children, Walter, Daniel S; Edwin; Rose E; Clara; Elmer and Kate. (a) Walter lived in Philadelphia in 1928; (b) Daniel S. born 30 April 1887, died 7 February 1934 in Lancaster Co., Pa.; (c) Edwin Francis born 23 October 23 1869 in Lykens, Dauphin Co., Pa., died 26 November in Lykens; (d) Rose E. born 1872, died 27 December 1945 in Lykens; (e) Clara born about 1874. She married Warren E. Yeager; (f) F. Elmer born 1877, died in Philadelphia, Pa.; (g) Catherine “Kate” born about 1879, moved to Elizabeth, N.J.

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Please join us for the 2nd Sunday in Advent for our 10:30 a.m. worship service on December 9. Nursery is provided. All are welcome and visitors are expected. Blue Listening bags are available for children remaining in the sanctuary, which include paper activities. Devotionals for home use will be available at the entrance. At the 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. hour, there is Sunday school for the children in the Morrow Room, and for the teens and adults there is Adult Forum in Fellowship Hall. The Adult Forum this week will be led by Elder Patience Basehore. The topic is “Scandalous Love” which will help us understand that the incarnation is the revelation of God’s scandalous love affair with humanity. This topic is part of our series “A Different Kind of Christmas: Living and Giving Like Jesus.” Immediately following the 10:30 a.m. service is our annual Christmas covered dish meal and Christmas

The Matter/Motter Family History - By Roger Cramer

“Abraham and Leonhart/ Leonard Motter were brother who came to Olge, Co. Illinois in the 1850s from their home state Pennsylvania. They were descendants of a large family who originally came to America in 1751 settling to Dauphin Co., Pa. Abraham was my 2nd great-grandfather. I have done research both in Illinois and Pennsylvania and have corresponded with several researchers who have helped me assemble a history that goes back to the year 1614. One of these researchers was Sally Beckstone Glisan, Portland, Ore., has found extensive early family history by studying old German church records and tracing the family back to 1600s. I have included some of her notes in this booklet. I have a copy of Mary DiNinni’s book, “Legacy of Life” that includes much of the family history from the early days after the family arrived in Pennsylvania. I have also corresponded with approximately 100 Matter/Motter descendants from all over the country who have all contributed to my database of family relatives that totals over 10,000 names. The Internet has proven to be a very valuable resource for my research. The exact reason is unknown as to why Matter names were frequently changed to Motter in later generations. It is usually pronounced Motter so one would assume the spelling was changed to reflect the way it sounded. There are Matter descendants living in nearby Stephenson Co., Ill. from a different branch that still use the Matter spelling. Abraham and Leonard were sons of Blather and Catherine Ritzman Matter living in Grata, Dauphin Co., Pa. My research indicates Abraham left for Illinois about 1852 with Leonard following in 1859. They both settled in Ogles Co., Ill. with Abraham originally living in Forreston Township according to the 1650 census records and later moving to Maryland Township. Leonard settled in Leaf Rive Township where he lived the rest of his life. His farm was located in western Leaf River Township next to the farm owned by his mother and father-in-law, John and Margaret Woodside Schott, who also came from Dauphin Co., Pa. Their farms were just east of Abraham’s farm, which was in eastern Maryland Township a short distance away. Abraham served in the Civil War from 1863-1865, and was a prisoner of war at some time during the war. I have included of his military records in this booklet. I was unable to find birth records for Abraham Motter but have prepared a list of evidence that should prove the relationship to anyone studying the family. Birth records found in Pennsylvania for Leonard match exactly his birth dates from his gravestone. That report follows this introduction. It is well known to anyone researching the Matter/Motter family that they are related to the Eisenhower family. The Matter and the Eisenhower families both lived in Dauphin Co., Pa. President Dwight Eisenhower’s grandmother was Margaret Rebecca Matter, who married Jacob Eisenhower. Margaret’s father was Henrich (Henry) Matter who was a brother to Balthaser Matter, father of Abraham and Leonard Motter. Guy Edwin Matter, known in the 1900s as the “family genealogist” in Pennsylvania was in contact with the Leaf River descendants including his grandmother, Addie Motter Schelling and William Franklin Motter. William left Leaf River in 1909 for South Dakota. I have included copies of some of his letters and newspaper articles showing William looking for Guy’s research finding. The North Grove Christian Cemetery located northwest of Leaf River on Mt. Morris Rd., is the resting place for Abraham and many of his close relatives. Two of his children, Sarah and Nathaniel are buried next to their parents. Nathaniel was born in Pennsylvania in 1849 and his birth records have been found. Most of Abraham’s adult children are buried in North Grove Christian Cemetery including my great-grandfather, Riley Motter, my grandmother, and most of their immediate families. Leonard Matter is buried in nearby North Grove Christian Cemetery, about one mile south.”

program in Fellowship Hall. All are invited to bring a vegetable casserole, salad or dessert to share; meat and beverage will be provided. After lunch the Christmas program will be presented by “This Way Up!” a percussion band. Do come and invite a friend to this festive event. Wed., Dec. 12: 1 p.m., The SAGE (Senior Adult Group Exchange) Christmas lunch will be held at the Brownstone Cafe in Middletown. All attendees need to make reservations with Pastor Potter by the deadline of Dec. 9. Each person will order from the menu and each person will have a separate check. Sat., Dec. 8:10 a.m.: Visitation for Jane Zimmerman, and 11 a.m. will be the Memorial Service for her. For further information call the church office at 717-944-4322, visit our website www.pcmdt.org, or see www.facebook.com/PresbyterianCongregation.

First Church of God Middletown

First Church of God, 245 W. High Street, Middletown, invites you to join us for worship at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. this Sunday. Childcare is provided. Sunday school for all ages begins at 9:15 a.m. Classes for special education are also available. Sunday mornings at 9:15 a.m. classes are available for Youth (grades 6-12), FROG Pond (kindergarten through 5th grade), Nursery (infants-age 3), and Adult classes, which offer a variety of Bible studies and electives. Thursdays: 8 a.m., Breakfast Club Bible Study; 7 p.m., Pasta and Prayer Young Adult Bible Study at Pastor Kim’s house. Wednesdays: Wednesday Night Live through December 19: Come join us for supper at 5:30 p.m. (no charge, donations accepted). Wednesday Night Live classes for everyone (birth to 100) begin at 6:30 p.m. Fall classes are The Book of Revelation, The Essential Jesus, “I Am Second,” Craft Class, Healthy Weighs (there is a cost for this class, the rest are free). Youth group (Grades 6-12) will get back to the basics of Christianity and building community through discussion and games. Join us as we learn about God and each other. Children’s classes for Grades 4 and 5; Grades 1-3; Kindergarten, babysitting for wee ones 3 and younger.

Thursdays: The Sunshiners meet from 6 to 8 p.m. for a time of Christian fellowship, teaching and worship. They are a group which exists to meet the spiritual needs of persons who are developmentally challenged. Sat., Dec. 8: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Holiday Craft and Gift Show. Breakfast and lunch will be available. Show includes gifts, crafts, silent auction and baked goods. Sun., Dec. 16: 8 and 10:30 a.m., Choir Cantata. Latino Congregation: Betesda Casa de Misericordia, CGGC, 245 W. High St., Middletown. Estudios Biblicos Domingos, noon; Servicio Evangelistico: Domingos 1:30 p.m.; Contactos: Ricardo and Jeanette Perez (717) 333-2184. For additional information call the church office at 944-9608 or e-mail us at mdtcog@comcast.net.  

Open Door Bible Church

Middletown “And let us not grow weary of doing welcome you to join us at our 6:30 good, for in due season we will reap, if p.m. service. Childcare is provided for children under age 4 during all we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9 Open Door Bible Church, located services and classes. Wed., Dec. 5: 7 p.m., Patch the Pirate at 200 Nissley Drive, Middletown, Clubs for ages 4 through grade 6, and invites you to worship Jesus Christ Prayer meeting. with us this week. Thurs., Dec. 6: 7 p.m., Middletown Our Dec. 9 Sunday worship service Home Music Ministry. commences at 10:40 a.m. with a Sat., Dec. 8: 8:30 a.m., Men’s Bible 9:30 a.m. Sunday school hour with Study. classes for all ages; children ages 4 For more information call the church through second grade are welcome office at 939-5180 or visit us online to participate in Junior Church during at www.odbcpa.org. Better yet, come the morning worship service; we also worship with us in person.

Evangelical United Methodist Church

Middletown It is with warmth and joy that we meeting. welcome all who come to worship Sat., Dec. 8: Noon, United Methodwith us. May this be a time of en- ist Women’s Christmas Luncheon in couragement and inspiration to you Fellowship Hall. all. Blessings. Sun., Dec. 9: 9 a.m., Sunday Church Evangelical Church meets on the school, with classes for all ages. Adult corner of Spruce and Water streets at Sunday school devotional leader for 157 E. Water St., Middletown, south December; Donna Keller; 10:15 a.m., of Main St. behind the Turkey Hill worship service. The worship center is convenience store. handicap and wheelchair accessible. The ministries scheduled at Evan- Nursery Helpers: Gloria Clouser, gelical United Methodist Church from Vickie Hubbard. The altar flowers are December 5-11 are always open to given in memory of parents Elizabeth everyone. and Delphin Klinepeter presented by Wed., Dec. 5: 6:30 p.m., Senior Dee Murray. Choir rehearsal. Tues., Dec. 11: 5:30 p.m., Girl Scout Thurs., Dec. 6: 5:30 p.m., Girl Scout meeting

New Beginnings Church

Middletown New Beginnings Church invites is held every Thursday at 7 p.m.; The you to worship with us each Sunday Craft Group meets every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Nursery and children’s at 6:30 p.m. church provided. Our congregation Youth Fellowship is held Sundays meets at Riverside Chapel, 630 S. from 5 to 7 p.m. Union St., Middletown, next to the The Children’s music camp ChristRescue Hose Company. Sunday school mas musicale will be held on Sun., for all ages is at 9 a.m. We are handicap Dec. 9 at 3 p.m. accessible via ramp at the back door. Our Sunday worship service will For additional church information call be broadcast on the MAHS radio 944-9595. station WMSS 91.1 FM at 3 p.m. Nonperishable food items are col- every Sunday afternoon. Listen on the lected every Sunday for the Middle- radio or the school website at www. town Food Bank. wmssfm.com. Ladies are knitting hats, gloves and Acolyte for December is Ashlyn mittens for the winter tree. If you like Kleinfelter. Children’s Church leader to knit and would like to help, contact is Michelle Strohecker. Mary K. Lemon at 944-3233. The Pastor Britt’s parting words each angel tree for gifts for town children Sunday: “Nothing in this world is is in the Narthex. more important than the love of Jesus Woman of Faith Bible Study resumes Christ.” We invite you to come and in January; Intercessory Prayer Group experience this love.

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Open Door Bible Church

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Pastor JONATHAN E. TILLMAN

200 Nissley Drive, Middletown, PA (Located In Lower Swatara Township)

Evangelical United Methodist Church

Phone 939-5180 Sunday School - 9:30 am • Morning Worship - 10:40 am Evening Worship - 6:30 pm Wednesday Prayer Service - 7 pm

REV. ROBERT GRAYBILL, Pastor

Presbyterian Congregation of Middletown

Spruce & Water Sts., Middletown Sunday School (all ages) - 9 am Sunday Worship - 10:15 am

First Church of God

Member SIPC

Sunday School - 9:30 am • Worship - 10:30 am Small Groups - Various Locations Wednesday Family Night - 7 pm Wednesday AXIS Student Ministries - 7 pm Listen to FM 91.1 Sundays at 9 a.m. www.gtagpa.org

Ebenezer United Methodist Church

235 W. High St., Middletown

www.edwardjones.com

Phone 944-1042

REV. JOHN LANZA, Sr. Pastor REV. ANDREW JORDAN, Student Ministries Pastor REV. BEN GRENIER, Children’s Pastor

630 South Union St., Middletown

REV. JOHN OVERMAN, Pastor

Call today to schedule an appointment to learn more. We’ll discuss your retirement goals to help determine if a Roth IRA makes sense for you.

Glad Tidings Assembly of God

Route 283 @ N. Union Street, Middletown

REV. KIMBERLY SHIFLER, Pastor

944-9608 Sunday School - 9:15 am • Worship Services - 8 & 10:30 am Classes for Special Education (Sunday Morning & Thursday Evening) Ample Parking Nursery Provided

Union & Water Sts., Middletown • 944-4322 Church School - 9:15 am • Worship - 10:30 am

St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Spring & Union Sts., Middletown Church Office 944-4651

REV. DR. J. RICHARD ECKERT, Pastor

Saturday Worship With Spoken Liturgy - 5 pm Sunday Worship - 9 am • Sunday School - 10:30 am Worship Broadcast on 91.1 FM - 11 am


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Wednesday, december 5, 2012

EDITOR'SVOICE

Your Opinions

Let's keep the debate on police merger public

from www.pressandjournal.com. Visit our website to cast your vote.

Do you like the new pine trees on South Union Street?

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e have been critical of Middletown Borough Council for making crucial decisions regarding borough assets and services without public debate or public discussion. The decision to cut funding to the Middletown Public Library, a beloved community institution, was made with precious little debate, and no public airing. The closing of the communications center came as a surprise motion from the floor – it wasn’t on council’s meeting agenda. So we are happy to see that council has launched a public airing of its spending concerns regarding the Middletown Police Department. Council called We hope the state's study of a a special meeting on Tuesday, Nov. and staged a public presentation potential police department 27 of the concerns of at least a few merger will get a public councilors regarding the department’s airing before council takes a expenses. Council voted 7-1 to study a possible vote. merger of the borough’s force with the force of a willing neighboring municipality. The study would be conducted by the state Department of Community and Economic Development, which – as Mark Morgan, Middletown’s financial consultant, noted – strongly favors the merging of some municipal services as a cost-saving measure. Who knows what the study will produce – whether it will show that a police merger would save Middletown money and at least preserve the quality of service our force currently provides, or not. But at least the public knows that council is deliberating on the subject before a vote is taken. A couple residents took advantage of the opportunity to voice their opinions at the special meeting. We hope the borough can preserve the quality of service provided by our force, and not cut officers down to the point of compromising the safety of the public, or of the officers who serve us. We hope the state’s study will get a public airing before council takes a vote. The public should get an opportunity to hear the outcome, and councilors’ reasoning for taking the positions they will take on the issue. And councilors should listen to the public’s concerns, and consider them before making up their mind.

Facebook conversations . . . Cell phones: Considering the extensive amount of information in cellphones - emails, text messages, location records, photos, videos, financial data etc., - should warrants be required to access this information? Tammy Jo Clifford: A cell phones information is very personal and yes they should have to issue a warrant to retreave anything from it! I don’t have anything to hide but my personal notes and contacts are my business and thats how I’d like it to stay! Jenn Marie: Although I’d probally just give them the info (my lawyer hates me right now) I would ask to see a warrent. Martina Grogan Camp: With out a doubt. Police need a warrant to search your home computer. Kim Deimler: Nope. I don’t have any illegal info on my phone. Go ahead, copper. Take a look.

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Unprofessional behavior Editor, At the Nov. 19 Middletown Borough Council meeting, Council President Christopher McNamara verbally attacked Daniel Walmer, a Press And Journal staff writer. The content of Mr. McNamara’s rant is unimportant. What is important is that he chose to verbally attack Mr. Walmer during a public meeting. He could have chosen to discuss his grievances with Press And Journal Publisher Joe Sukle in a private meeting, but he did not. Mr. McNamara’s verbal attack of an attendee of a public meeting was disturbing. Perhaps even more disturbing was that none of the other council members displayed enough strength of character to apologize to Mr. Walmer on behalf of the borough residents that they were elected to represent. It should be noted that council members Scott Sites and Sue Sullivan were not in attendance. Whether or not the council members in attendance agreed with Mr. McNamara is unimportant. What is important is that they condoned the grossly unprofessional behavior displayed by Mr. McNamara. From my perspective, Mr. McNamara’s behavior toward Mr. Walmer was that of an adult bully; his words were verbally abusive, his actions coercive. His behavior as I have witnessed at previous council meet-

ings is that of an authoritarian (a). In my opinion, an effective leader displays neither bullying nor authoritarian behavior. In my opinion, Mr. McNamara’s behavior at the Nov. 19 council meeting was unacceptable. Cathy R. Winter, Ph.D. Middletown (a) The preventchildabuse.org website reports: “Research indicates that adults who bully have personalities that are authoritarian, combined with a strong need to control or dominate (1). The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines authoritarian as favoring 1) blind submission to authority and 2) a concentration of power in a leader not constitutionally responsible to the people. Authoritarianism often includes political decision making by a select group of officials behind closed doors and fails to serve the concerns of the constituencies they purportedly serve. Authoritarianism embraces informal and unregulated exercise of political power, the arbitrary deprivation of civil liberties, and little tolerance for meaningful opposition. 1. The Harassed Worker, Brodsky, C. (1976), D.C. Heath and Company, Lexington, Massachusetts.


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It's time to end Medicare – it's bleeding to death

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s Republican leaders in Congress prepare to negotiate over the federal budget with their Democratic counterparts in the aftermath of the election, it’s time for everyone to face a hard truth – we must end Medicare as we know it. The entitlement is bleeding to death. Without major changes, it won’t be around for the next generation of seniors. Medicare covers approximately 50 million seniors today. But the mass retirement of the Baby Boom generation is just beginning, and skyrocketing healthcare costs have made the program’s finances unsustainable. According to Medicare’s trustees, the program’s main trust fund will run out of money in 2024. President Obama’s signature achievement of his first term, the Affordable

Care Act, actually makes Medicare less viable in the long term. According to the Congressional Budget Office, Obamacare will cut Medicare by $716 billion over the next decade but without any structural reform of the program. Some $400 billion will be carved out of reimbursements for healthcare providers. As a result, the administration’s own Medicare actuary estimates that roughly 15 percent of hospitalization facilities serving Medicare patients will become unprofitable. Seniors will quickly see their healthcare options dwindle. The president also slashes Medicare Advantage (MA), a part of the program that empowers 13 million seniors today to buy coverage from private providers. The assault on MA is no doubt motivated by Democrats’ hostility to market-based reforms of any kind in the program. Never mind that Harvard economists, including former Obama advisor David Cutler, recently found that MA can provide the

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same services as traditional Medicare for beneficiaries purchase coverage. Seniors 87 cents on the dollar. would choose from among competing The president’s other “cost-saving” insurance options, including traditional measures are already proving to be inefMedicare. fectual. According to the Commonwealth No one 55 or older would have to move Fund, 75 percent of hospitals want nothto the new plan. Subsidies would be gening to do with Obamacare’s Accountable erous, based on the second least expenCare Organizations, which are designed sive plan within the Federal Employee to consolidate doctors and hospitals into Health Benefit Plan. Those who want large groups that will be rewarded or more elaborate coverage would pay more punished by the feds out of pocket. Those depending on how choosing a less exThe mass retirement of the well they contain pensive plan would Medicare costs. Baby Boom generation is just get a cash rebate. And then there’s According to the beginning, and skyrocketing Congressional the Independent healthcare costs have made Payment AdviBudget Office, sory Board (IPAB), the program's finances such reforms would which, starting in reduce total governunsustainable. 2014, will empower ment spending on a collection of 15 mandatory health unelected bureauprograms from 14 crats to make sweeping decisions about percent of GDP to just 5 percent by 2050. how to cut Medicare costs – with next to But there’s plenty more that marketno oversight from Congress. minded reformers can do to shore up Both cost-control initiatives actually Medicare. Real Medicare vouchers, for risk raising overall health care costs, as instance, would give beneficiaries even providers shift costs to stay in business. more freedom to choose the coverage that And by ratcheting down already low best suits their needs while encouraging reimbursements, ACOs and the IPAB will them to be cost-conscious. Means testing make finding a doctor even more difficult would cut costs by requiring the wealthy for seniors. Already, 52 percent of doctors to pay for more of their own care. Raising have limited the number of Medicare the Medicare eligibility age would adjust patients they’ll see. for the fact that Americans are living House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has longer – and save money. told his GOP colleagues that repeal of The Democrats have long portrayed their IPAB could attract Senate support – even party as Medicare’s Dudley Do-Right to with opposition from Senate Majority the GOP’s Snidely Whiplash. But it’s the Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). GOP that’s actually serious about saving Compare these non-solutions to plans the program. put forward by the GOP, including former If our leaders don’t end Medicare as we vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. know it, the program will soon cease to He’s still chairman of the House Budget exist on its own. Committee – so his proposals could get some airplay. Sally Pipes is president and CEO of PaThe GOP approach would slowly move cific Research Institute, a San FranciscoMedicare toward a premium support based think tank. model, with government subsidies to help

michaellevin

Zig Ziglar and his values

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he next-tolast time I saw Zig Ziglar, I was one of 17,000 in attendance at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., where he was speaking as part of a program of superstars, including Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, and Joe Montana. He was onstage accompanied by his daughter, Julie Ziglar Norman, because Zig had suffered a fall a couple of years before that and nobody wanted him to fall again, especially onstage, and especially in front of 17,000 people.  Zig Ziglar is one of the greatest motivators, authors, sales trainers and inspiring figures the world has known. Millions have read his books and listened to his recordings, and they became, as a result, better salespeople, better spouses, better parents, better people. His mellifluous baritone echoes through the mind of anyone who has listened to him speak. His values harken back to a better world, where integrity was the watchword, where faith mattered and where sales was a profession in search of a champion. Zig was their champion. He grew up one of 12 children during the Depression, on a farm in Yazoo City, Miss., and his father passed away when he was 5 years old. By age 6, Zig was earning his own money, and selling, mowing lawns. He used that money to buy his first suit, which he wore to church. By the time I met Zig face to face, he had been selling – lawn mowing services, pots and pans, sales training, personal development, and the ideas of his Holy Bible – for 79 years. If we don't At lunch, Zig leaned over to see ourselves me and said, as wondrously quite seriously, “Never made, as Zig likes to quote from the say anything negative about Bible, who will? yourself.” It sounds so obvious, but we all do it all the time. If we don’t see ourselves as wondrously made, as Zig likes to quote from the Bible, who will?  I asked Zig what caused him to make the transition from sales training to motivational speaking. His son Tom explained that Zig studied the success of his students, and he realized that only 20 percent of it was due to technique. The other 80 percent was due to reputation and character. So that’s when Zig began to focus on those issues and not just talk about selling. But don’t estimate old Zig on sales. He’s forgotten more about sales than most of us will ever know. One of his most enduring stories involves his son Tom, who at the time was contemplating a career as a professional golfer. Zig and Tom were playing a competitive round of golf and Tom needed a long putt to drop in order to win the hole. He made the putt, and then he asked his father, “Dad, were you rooting for me?”  As only Zig can say, in that honeyed Southern drawl, “Son, I’m always rooting for you.” As massive as Zig’s audience was, the publishing industry didn’t think him worth a shot when he wrote the book I found many years later in that furniture store, “See You At The Top.’’ By then, Zig had been providing sales training to the Mary Kay Company. Mary Kay Ash was such a devotee of his, Tom told me at lunch, that she told Zig that if he were to self-publish the book, she would buy the first 10,000 copies. Those initial 10,000 sales mushroomed into millions upon millions of books, since Zig has now authored 26 books in all.  I had the extraordinary privilege of editing Zig’s last book, “Born to Win.’’ I’ve edited or coached hundreds of writers, and it was an uncanny, almost out-ofbody experience: Instead of quoting Zig to people, I was talking directly to Zig, and making suggestions – how dare I? – to improve his manuscript.  It means the world to me that I was able to meet him face to face at lunch with just him, his two grown children who work with him, and me, and tell him that he made me a better salesperson, a better husband, a better father, a better believer and a better man. As I headed out to drive to the airport, Zig took me by the hand and cautioned me to drive carefully. “After all, most people are caused by accidents,” he warned, with mock solemnity. Michael Levin, of Orange County, Calif., is a New York Times best-selling author who runs www.BusinessGhost.


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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL, Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - B-7

SOUNDOFF Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation. Additional comments and audio versions of some Sound Off comments are available at www. pressandjournal.com. “Yes, I mean, all due respect to the Press And Journal . . . ” (Listen online at www.pressandjournal. com)

L“I see the Borough Council

is finding creative ways to give money to the slumlords to fix up their properties. Plus, their creativity abounds them. Hiding the money they already have – priceless. You people are as crooked as they come. You could have kept the communications center and the library with all the money you have now paid the lawyers.”

L“Those trees downtown were

beautiful. You people are nothing but bullies. We have seen that first hand with the way you made the police arrest that woman. They didn’t want to do that. When the majority of you thugs are out of office, the rest of you will not be forgotten. You will have to answer for your actions. Ethics in government is always the right thing. Remember that.”

L“A captain always goes down

with his ship. You people in middle management for the borough are throwing your crew overboard just to save yourself. And you’re also sacrificing your respectability and integrity. It’s embarrassing to watch. Plus, voting the way the borough tells you to vote on the Shade Tree Commission – shady.”

L“I like that nickname, ‘King Little.’ ”

L“If people like you are in the

majority, then we are in big trouble. Grow up.”

L“To the person who thinks the

child luring is a ploy: I read your comment on Facebook. I think you are ridiculous. I don’t know where you come up with this stuff, but if you have spread rumors like that in support of the borough, then this town is in big, big trouble. Those poor children having to deal with perpetrators, and you turn it into something political. You’re an adult – you should start acting like one. Step away and think about some of the things you are doing.”

L“The highest paid union em-

ployee doesn’t even make the lowest wage you posted. You’re lying. I hope they don’t pick up your leaves until last. Misinformation seems to come easy to the council cheerleaders.”

L“I want that pompous, arrogant, borough official fired! Wait, there’s more than one? Get rid of them all. Start with the communications director. Mr. Mayor, don’t take any crap from those corrupt people – and don’t believe them, either.”

L“I have been following this fi-

nancial saga with council and Mark Morgan of Susquehanna Group. I truly believe an investigation needs to take place by the Attorney General. 1. How does he get hired and paid over $100,000 to take a borough in good financial condition and make it look like a sinking ship just to fulfill council’s dreams? 2. When there still is a surplus in the electric fund of over $500,000, rather than hire back the electrical employees laid off he directs council to blow it. What experience does he have with managing a utility, let alone utility financing? He does not live in our beloved town nor does he care if our services like water, emergencies and electric are impacted. You can’t even get a written report, and now all he does is reuse the last finance director’s spreadsheets and reduce line items. Where is his impact statements on each reduction? I could have my 6-year-old lower numbers just as he did. And once again I ask, How Much Are WE Paying This Guy?”

L“I also recently had a tree ap-

proved by the Shade Tree Commission to be cut down that was lifting my sidewalk. I am glad that they didn’t reject my application, nor do I think they can. The only difference is I fixed my sidewalk right away and planted another tree, like they recommended. But why would our borough manager cut these trees down before they were ready to plant other trees or even fix the sidewalks? You can’t do neither in the winter. Council and the manager should have known better to shove this down the businesses’ throats, as they have with all their hidden

agendas. This should have waited ‘til spring when this project started. My other concern is why would you cry poor and lay off your employees, but then blow money like this?

L“A $500,000 surplus even

before the financial benefits of all these cuts kick in. What happened to the $3 million deficit? We can’t even seem to get the truth out of our so-called financial expert, Mark Morgan.”

J“I’d like to thank the Middle-

town Borough electric employees for coming to my house during Hurricane Sandy. We had a tree fall, which tore our wires away from the house, therefore disrupting electric service. They worked through the wind and rain to restore power to our house.”

L“I saw a dove today and it

reminded me that there is still peace in the world! How sad that the residents in Middletown continue to bash the people they elected. People are getting pink slips all over the country, why is Middletown an exception?”

J“Visiting family during the

Thanksgiving holiday and drove through the little park along the creek. What a beautiful place! Wish it had been dark so that we could’ve seen the lights. Merry Christmas, Middletown!”

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ployees, there are not enough linemen left to support a major outage in the borough. The same is true for the water and sewer departments. With routine maintenance no longer being performed due to the reductions, it’s not a matter of if a major outage will occur, but when.”

L“All I can say is wow, people

complaining because the Middletown Police Department is watching a bar in town on a Friday night. What if we didn’t have the police department? Then if there was a trouble at that establishment, you would be waiting an hour for the state troopers to get there. I am glad Middletown has a police department – and if you have been in touch with what’s going on around you, that may not be so in a few months. Apparently members of the council are pretty out of touch with the community and the crime that is here and will only get much worse if there is no police department here. You guys are fools if you even consider disbanding the department, which, people, if you Google the department there is some talk of disbanding it. Not smart, council. Not smart.”

“ I just read the article in the K“Is this forum only for negative L Monday Patriot-News. As for Mccomments? Wouldn’t it be nice to hear or read something positive for a change? If you can’t say something nice, don’t say it at all.”

J“Peace on earth, goodwill to all.”

K“I remember growing up in

this town when I was young. I wish people would be more kind and courteous to each other like in the old days.”

J“One of the most beautiful

things is the holiday lights hanging from the street when it snows. I just love to look out my window and see Main Street covered in a fresh mantle of snow. It looks just like a picture in a book.”

L“The endless litany of complaints is quite banal.”

K“Remember to treat others

as you would want to be treated. Please show respect and dignity for yourself by being kind to each other and not bashing your adversary. Nobody is perfect – please remember that. I know bad news sells better than good news but please try to show some decorum.”

L“You know this Middletown

newsletter is getting a little old trying to say a business left because of electric rates. If the only part of the equation would be high electric rates that would be one thing, but with a mixture of tax rates and electric rates, they can’t seem to connect the dots.”

M“Any money they saved

screwing the Press And Journal went to their lawyers.”

L“Strange – in the Middletown

Matters they accuse prior councils of high rates. So what do they do? Go out and spend bond money (which should go to the infrastructure of the borough) on non-borough buildings? The bond money will be gone – they won’t be around when the tough things have to be done and all the money is gone.”

L“You know, every time I turn on the TV I get a spin from DC. Now every time I read the borough newsletter I get a bunch of spin, too.”

L“I just received the latest Mid-

dletown Matters magazine. Wow – can you say ‘propaganda?’ At the very least it was humorous.”

M“If the tree falls on my car,

it’ll make a sound! If the bird in the tree poops on me, I’ll make a sound. If the tree knocks out power, the residents will make a sound. If the Borough Council keeps doing what it’s doing, they’ll get a tree, bird poop and residents on their car!”

L“If Middletown Council refuses

to want to use revenue from the sale of electricity to fund borough services, they might as well sell the electric department to PPL, Penelec or Met-Ed. That way, citizens would be able to shop for suppliers with the best rates as customers of major utilities can do in Pennsylvania. It would also help during a major outage because they could call crews from other areas to help. From what I am hearing from the remaining electric department and other em-

Namara saying the Journal needs to get on board: That is the problem. He thinks everyone must agree with him or he retaliates in some way.”

L“This latest Middletown

newsletter is nothing but a bunch of propaganda and untruths!”

L“This council better get a

big dose of reality real soon! The description of the revitalization of the borough sure belongs in a science fiction novel. If Harrisburg, Lancaster and York performing arts centers are struggling to fill their venues, what makes them think people will come to Middletown? Several three-story parking garages, are you kidding? They must all be out in La-La land.”

L“McNamara made the statement in the paper that the Press And Journal should get ‘on board’ with them. That seems to be the statement he makes to a lot of people, including borough employees, then tells them if they are not with us, you are against us. He and council are the ones dividing this town.”

L“I don’t understand how this

town’s council and management can treat their employees so callously. They have no regards or respect for all the years of loyal and competent service, yet they hire and keep on an incompetent individual who cannot even do his job. Someone else has to do his work for him. Such a shame!”

L“Rumor has it that at the Dec.

3 borough council meeting the council members plan on voting to disband the police department and/ or reduce it down to one officer per shift. As a graduate of Middletown Area High School and long-time resident, it is with disappointment and disgust with our current council that this even be thought of as a smart, budget-savvy decision. As I reflect on all of the heartache that the current council has caused our beloved town, I hope that people will finally stand up for what we have left. Removing our police department or reducing it to the point where it becomes ineffective is unthinkable. Our families’ safety, our children’s safety and our neighbors’ safety is truly at jeopardy. Please tell me how purchasing three new vehicles, outfitting them, completely overhauling the communications center and paying for new equipment and training for the officers of a department that your are planning on getting rid of makes any sense. My heart hurts for these individuals who think that they have the authority to endanger the safety of our families. The council has forgotten that they rely on the services of the police department, too. At times I think they don’t realize that one day they will become simple citizens again, just as you and I are, and will be forced to face the decisions that they have made that are destroying our beloved town.”

L“Corbett can’t privatize the

liquor stores, but he seems bent on outsourcing the Lottery. Anyone who plays the Lottery and ALL seniors should demand answers. Why so secretive, Corbett? What do you have to hide?”

L“The new trees in town look

terrible. There is no reason the trees couldn’t be cut down in the spring.”

M“These people are freaking

NUTS, and so are their small group of followers.”

L“If the founding fathers who

started Middletown could see what’s been happening to their beloved town, they’d be rolling over in their graves.”

L“I just got around to reading

Middletown Matters (what an ironic title). I am extremely appalled at the blatant attack on the Press And Journal, as well as GMEDC, particularly in the format of the town newsletter! The unprofessionalism that is allowed sickens me, especially since it is ongoing. If it is so much cheaper to advertise in the Patriot-News, as opposed to the Press And Journal, then why not provide the FACTS and FIGURES? Instead, they chose to include some snippets of comments that were used out of context. Again, unprofessional and misleading. Reminds me of the Romney campaign. They also didn’t want to bother us with the facts. Anyone who thinks this town is ever going to need two parking garages is delusional. Donald Trump can build a mansion in the middle of the slums but it’s still surrounded by a slum. I’m not saying Middletown is a slum, I’m trying to illustrate that the rest of Middletown is not cohesive to this vision. I’m sick and tired of feeling like I’m being pushed around by this council, and here are some words that come to mind to describe them: small-minded, uneducated, vindictive, colluding, controlling, lying, delusional, underhanded, uncaring, egotistical, lacking empathy and, most of all, narcissistic!”

L“I read Mr. Burger’s letter to

the editor with some trepidation. Mr. Burger’s mention of Dave Rhen got me to thinking: If I remember correctly, Dave Rhen, who was on council at the time, voted to break the electric contract with Met-Ed, thus eliminating the 1 cent per kilowatt the borough had been receiving to give it its financial stability.”

L“Joe didn’t try to stop his wife

from being arrested because the Sukles are civilized people, not animals who defend each other from a lawful though ridiculous arrest with violence. All these conspiracy theories are hilarious and just stupid. Bottom line the Sukles are sick of the Middletown corrupt government and the destructive course it’s on, to include every part of its local government. I think it was their way of standing up to the corruption that has gone unchecked for far too long. Nobody else in Middletown has had the courage to do that! Whoever pointed out that they don’t even live in Middletown, well, they are standing up harder for Middletown than any resident, and with more courage! Most departments probably would have cut her chain, removed her, then issued a ticket or summons to her and ended it there, but who are the people in Middletown that are going to take charge someday? ‘The good people’ – where are you? Please step up and reclaim your town. Blah, blah, blah, with all this, just do something already!”

M“Can the town get together

and just make these clowns also known as the Borough Council members resign or step down? Can we just sign a big old petition or something?”

L“A proud moment, hauling a

tree hugger and local woman off to jail in cuffs. How cool to have that moment captured in a photograph and printed for all to see! Hardcore, guys!”

L“Pretty obvious that the local

government is getting personal and going after the Press And Journal – just being very slick about it. Watch out _ it’s getting scary out there. Stay strong Press And Journal, keep fighting the good fight.”

M“Remember those big walk-

ing trees from ‘Lord of the Rings?’ Where are they when you need them?”

L“Pretty obvious who wrote the

Sound Off about Lower Swatara commissioners and raising taxes, and how they should stop giving yearly raises to employees! I mean, God forbid you take care of your people, especially when you have top-notch people! Why on earth

L “Strange – council says crime

would you want to do anything to help them or make them happy? Just beat them down and take from them, that is how you roll! Karma is a powerful thing, and if you don’t keep your balance with it, eventually you fall down. Seems like a conflict of interest if a commissioner or council member in any town or township lives in the town he serves and is against raising his own taxes – seems like his decision would be self-serving and biased beyond belief. They’d only be thinking what’s best for ‘themselves’ not the whole community. ‘Tighten our belts’ – how has that worked out for everybody?

is down. Hey, it might be, but remember it’s a secret now on how much crime there really is. Didn’t we just have a murder and possible child abduction? Saga continues.”

M“Does anyone know if council still gets paid, and are they gonna reduce to seven council people?”

L“Funny, but sad for the folks

who work for the borough: These people only have 12 months to go, so they’re gonna have all the meetings they can to flaunt their egos.”

M“To Middletown Council:

When we said this ‘shady’ business needs to stop, we did NOT mean cut down the trees!”

L“No matter how beautiful the

package, it still doesn’t change what is on the inside. Council is trying to put a pretty bow on town to camouflage their dismantling of this town.”

L“Now we know why they

weren’t public about the crime in town.”

L“Instead of laying off and elimi- L“Council says crime is down.

Do we think from the past they are telling the truth, or what?”

nating jobs of competent employees who actually do work, why don’t they eliminate an administration position or two? Those employees would never be missed, and would save money.”

L“Why does the Middletown

L“In reference to ‘The way the

Borough’s utility bill provide important information such as, (change of EMERGENCY phone numbers, leaf pick-up schedules, etc.) on the portion of the bill that needs to be returned with your payment? The borough should print this information on the portion of the bill that the customer keeps for their records.”

council president spoke to the nice reporter from the Press And Journal was an embarrassment to us all, except for the borough’s fan club in the front row. It now gives you an idea of how these people treat their employees. And when someone mentioned the Press And Journal, the borough secretary snickered, visibly. It was one of the most unprofessional displays I have ever witnessed. The one police officer was filming the meeting. Maybe he will give you a copy if you ask.’ If you had attended more meetings, you’d know that what you call ‘the fan club in the front row’ was probably a group of people who are tired of the way the Press And Journal reporter fails to report the council accurately! People that have lived here all their lives know all about that! It’s a biased newspaper! Unfortunately, you either don’t pay attention or you haven’t lived here long enough to know! Way to go, McNamara! It’s about time you stood up to the trashy tabloid that it is! It’s not the same paper it was 40 years ago! Save even more trees by boycotting the Press And Journal!”

J“Shopped at Target in High

Point Commons on Thanksgiving evening. The store was packed and, of course, some customers were rude and ridiculous. However, I must say this was the most efficiently run checkout process. The extra staff standing like soldiers throughout the store to answer questions and direct customers to the items in the flyer were GREAT and much appreciated.”

L“To the person who thought

L“Let’s count the ways this coun-

Louise Sukle does not have a right to express her opinion because she does not live in Middletown: I think you should look at how many Middletown business owners live within the borough. I, for one, find it rude that you would suggest she move into this town. Many of us who own businesses do not live in town. However, we do pay taxes and utilities to the borough. We support other local business and community clubs and schools. We give just as much, if not more, to this community than most of the residents. We pay more in taxes than must home owners and more than renters. Yet we do not have a voice in the community. Shame on council for not including all business in their decisions.”

cil is destroying our town: 1) defund the library; 2) stop funding the Rec. Board; 3) lay off or eliminate more than a dozen employees; 4) looking into selling profit-making assets such as the electric department and water department; 5) get rid of police department.; 6) looking into making residents find their own trash disposal (can see it now – to save money, people would just let their trash pile up or try to use their neighbors disposal, another brilliant idea of this wacked council); 7) frivolous lawsuits. And the count could go on and on.”

L“Why does the borough waste

money to send out their newsletters to all residents? After reading it, in my opinion, most of it is lies, propaganda and bull to fit into council’s scheme of ruining this borough.”

L“Is it true that it will cost at

L“Lets get a RECALL election going for Borough Council.”

L“My property taxes haven’t

least $1,500 to equip the square with what’s needed electric-wise to light all those trees?”

L“The mayor needs to put his

gone up in Lower Swatara since I can’t remember when. But my question is: When will the schools taxes stop going up every year? This is more concerning, considering that is what is hurting my pocket. I sure wish all the people complaining about township taxes would come to the school board meetings. That is the reason the taxes are so high here, people. Next thing, they are going to want to build a new high school. Only Steelton and Harrisburg top Middletown Area School District. What a joke. If that is the case, adios!”

ego to rest! He spread a rumor that council was getting rid of the police force, which wasn’t true! I’ve lost all respect for you, mayor! You need to go!”

L“Middletown does have a

codes enforcement office. Having seen some of the slum rentals from the inside, I never would have guessed.”

K“If Middletown, Highspire,

L“Mark Morgan, I would think

Lower Swatara, Royalton and Londonderry can save money with one police force, I’m all for it. The officers will be spread out, but at least more will be available at one time.”

L“What a waste of money and

you know better than advising council to sell their assets. You should be looking into more ways of generating revenue. Even Harrisburg isn’t that ignorant! I bet you’re talking council into investing into Enron?”

LHey, McNamara and Courogen:

time – call a special meeting to maybe merge. Come on, Fife, get a life.”

A sharp tongue is not a reflection of a wise mind!”

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HIGHSPIRE

Council approves vets’ memorial improvements By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff Sprucing up the Veteran’s Memorial at Memorial Park in Highspire was the least that Bill Mortimore, block captain of the borough’s Community Watch Group, felt he could do for area veterans. “The vets should be honored for risking their lives for us,” he said. “We’re able to do what we want to do on account of them.” Mortimore was inspired by the Veteran’s Memorial he saw in Steelton. He drew up and presented plans to Highspire Borough Council, which unanimously approved the project.

Three flags will be added to either side of the memorial, which currently has a 30-foot flagpole there. One or two benches will also be added, and a brick walkway from the sidewalk to the memorial will be paved. The brick pavers can be purchased for living and deceased veterans. “The veterans don’t have to live in Highspire,” said Mortimore. Mortimore and some members of the Highspire Community Watch Group will be raising the funds, asking local businesses and residents for donations. The project will be done in three phases as the money is raised, but Mortimore hopes it will be done in time for Highspire’s Bicentennial in 2014. To purchase an engraved brick for a Veteran, or to make a donation, readers may contact Mortimore at 717-9826327 or 717-421-6838. Noelle Barrett: 717-944-4628, or noellebarrett@pressandjournal.com


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Student Friendly? In Middletown, developers want to turn single-family homes into housing for students at growing Penn State Harrisburg - but not everyone in town agrees it’s a good idea. is opposed to Penn State,” McNamara said. “Without [the students], we recognize that we don’t have anything When Malaysian international grad- moving forward. But before we get uate student Larry Asu decided to there, we have to take care of our attend Penn State Harrisburg, he did own house.” And the borough’s preliminary longnot have transportation for when he term plans for improving Middletown arrived – or a place to live. “I didn’t have the option to stay on include a focus on Penn State. If the campus, because I was told that it was plans are implemented, the borough would turn the Elks Theatre Buildfull,” Asu said. It’s a common problem for Penn ing in downtown Middletown into State Harrisburg students: Campus a performing arts center that could enrollment has increased in recent house Penn State events and develop years to over 4,000 students, yet the part of Middletown specifically for downtown student housing. campus only houses 428. There has not been any formal agreeSo the college gave Asu a list of landlords to call – a situation that ment between Penn State Harrisburg has Middletown landlords smelling and the borough regarding the projects, said Yvonne Harhigh, a spokesopportunity. Landlords like Diana McGlone, woman for Penn State Harrisburg. But Kulkarni is aware of them and David Diekman, Matt Kersetter and Barbara Seibert have purchased has been in correspondence with single-family homes in Middletown McNamara and Mayor Robert Reid, with an eye on renovating them and she said. McNamara also noted that the Zonrenting rooms to college students. ing Hearing Board decisions are comStudents like the “home feeling,’’ pletely separate from council, and has said Seibert. But landlords have run into conflict implied that it was previous councils, with the borough code and its en- which included McGlone, that unethiforcement, leading some to question cally used their position to influence the motives of Middletown Borough borough codes enforcement. “[McGlone] has had her chance to Council and the Middletown Zoning lead, and she obHearing Board. viously failed,” Renting a single“There is no one on this he said. “It’s time family home to council who is opposed for her to get unrelated renters on board or go requires approval to Penn State.” away. The comof the board, and munity doesn’t the board recently need politics of -Christopher McNamara refused to grant personality at this Borough Council President such approval to point.” Diekman, in part Mike Bowman, because of the “transient” nature of college students. a member of the Zoning Hearing Diekman is appealing the board’s de- Board, said the board’s decisions nial of his request to Dauphin County have nothing to do with opposition to student housing. The board is just Court. “They’re against college students enforcing codes, he said –– such as the in Middletown,” Diekman said of requirement that single-family dwellthe board. “They’re not trying to ings be occupied by family units. “I don’t understand how six or eight hide it.” During a borough council meet- [unrelated] people living together are ing Nov. 5, McGlone threatened a a family unit,” Bowman said. But McGlone thinks the code itself is discrimination lawsuit against the part of the problem. McGlone said she borough over the single-family dwelling requirement and other codes en- worked with codes enforcement staff forcement concerns that she believes and the borough Planning Commisis proof that landlords who rent to sion when she was on borough council students are being targeted for selec- to develop a more “business friendly’’ tive codes enforcement. More than code – but the current council has not 20 students attended the meeting in yet adopted the revised code. The Planning Commission was recently her support. “I believe that we are being specifi- abolished by council. Kersetter also takes issue with the cally targeted by this council in being allowed to rent to students,” McGlone code itself. “I find it disappointing that the said. “I am outraged. . . for these students to be called ‘transients,’ and for borough doesn’t recognize the value it to be clear in black and white that of updating the current codes to this council does not want students meet the current reality,” he said. in town.” “Investors such as myself buy priBut Council President Christopher marily distressed homes, re-assume McNamara called the idea that coun- tax funds and utility service  to the cil is against Penn State “absolutely borough, and develop properties [in false,” noting that he and borough ways] that lessen  hazardous condistaff have met with Penn State Har- tions and enhance their value, while risburg Chancellor Mukund Kulkarni bringing students in to town to spend and other university officials, whom more money.” he said understand that the borough But while McGlone and Kersetter needs to focus now on fixing prob- find the restrictions involving Middlelems with its finances. town single-family dwellings to be “There is no one on this council who unreasonable, other municipalities By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff

Press And Journal Photo by Jim Lewis

Nittany Village, a new privately-owned apartment complex for Penn State Harrisburg students, opened this year on ground along West Main Street in Lower Swatara Twp. near the college campus. neighboring Penn State Harrisburg have similar requirements. Highspire actually passed a new ordinance several years ago requiring people who live together in a singlefamily home to be related, said Mayor John Hoerner. While he supports college students living in apartment buildings in Highspire, Hoerner wants homes to stay as homes. “I hate to see the homes being sold and then made into apartments,” he said. In Lower Swatara Twp., even apartment complexes for college students have come under scrutiny, highlighted by the ongoing battle over increased expansion of student housing at Eagle Heights. Residents complain about noise, littering and speeding from their university neighbors. Stuck in the middle of this tug-ofwar are the students themselves. Take Kaitlynn Hughes, a sophomore who cannot live on campus because she wants to live with her boyfriend. “There’s really not a lot of options on campus,” Hughes said. Don Holtzman, senior director for student affairs at Penn State Harrisburg, said the school’s “master plan” includes housing for 1,200 students, but accomplishing the plan will take time and funding. “In the meantime, the [housing] market is the market,” Holtzman said. “We would like to see ourselves as an economic engine for the community.” So students are grateful for the options within walking distance of campus – and Asu says it’s a long trek from some student housing locales like the Village of Pineford apartment complex. For Asu, who does not have a car, a reduction in student housing opportunities in town would make attending Penn State Harrisburg logistically difficult. “That would make me think twice even to come to [Penn State] Harrisburg, if the community is not accepting students,” he said. Agreed Hughes, “I don’t know what I would have done if people didn’t house Penn State Harrisburg students. What are students supposed to do?”

Press And Journal Photo by Jim Lewis

This duplex on West Emaus Street in Middletown was converted into student housing by former Borough Councilor Diana McGlone, with the approval of a previous Zoning Hearing Board.

Press And Journal Photo by Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Photo by Jim Lewis

Campus Heights, a privately-owned apartment complex for Penn State Harrisburg students along West Main Street, includes one of four stately old mansions that once stood along the street. The other three were demolished.

More than 20 Penn State Harrisburg students packed Middletown Borough Council chambers on Monday, Nov. 5 to support landlord Diana McGlone. McGlone, who rents to college students, accused council of being unsupportive of Penn State Harrisburg by restricting student housing, a charge Council President Christopher McNamara denies.


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SHERIFF SALE!

By virtue of certain writs of Execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas and Orphans’ Court of Dauphin County, Pa., and to me directed, I will expose at Public Sale or Outcry, at the Dauphin County Administration Building in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pa., on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. the following real estate to wit: SALE NO. 1 ALLISON F. WELLS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $141,646.01 The following described real property situate in the Township of Swatara, County of Dauphin, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of real estate, together with all improvements located thereon situate in the Township of Swatara, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as more fully bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Northeastern right of way line of Kelker Street at the common front property corner of Lot No. 24 and Lot No. 25 as shown on the hereinafter mentioned plan of Lots; thence along said right of way line of Kelker Street North 55 degrees 34 minutes 40 seconds West, a distance of 22.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot No. 23 and Lot No. 24; thence along said dividing line North 34 degrees 25 minutes 20 seconds East, a distance of 120.50 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot No. 113 and Lot No. 24; thence along said dividing line South 55 degrees 34 minutes 40 seconds East, a distance of 120.50 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot No. 113 and Lot No. 24; thence along said dividing line South 55 degrees 34 minutes 40 seconds East, a distance of 22.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot No. 24 and Lot No. 25; thence along said dividing line South 34 degrees 25 minutes 20 seconds West, a distance of 120.50 feet to a point, said point being the place of beginning. BEING Lot No. 24, Final Land Subdivision Plan of Chambers Knoll, prepared by Hartman and Associates, Inc. recorded December 18, 1997 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Plan Book Q, Volume 6, Page 59. UNDER AND SUBJECT to Declaration of Protective Covenants, Restrictions and Conditions for Chambers Knoll, a Planned Residential Community recorded on April 19, 1999 in the Office of the Recorder of deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book 3384, page 63. HAVING thereon erected a two story townhouse. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Thong Van Vo and Angie V. Vo, his wife, by Deed from Gregory S. Hess, single person, dated 08/31/2004, recorded 09/13/2004 in Book 5675, Page 90. TAX PARCEL NO.: 63085-024. PREMISES BEING: 492 KELKER STREET, OBERLIN, PA 17113-1907. Seized and sold as the property of Thong Vo and Angie V. Vo under judgment #2012-CV-5076. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 2 MARGARET GAIRO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $120,216.70 The land referred to herein below is situated in the County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania, and is described as follows: ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point in the eastern line of Eighteenth Street in the division line between Lots Nos. 132 and 133 on the Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence eastwardly along said division line one hundred, ten (110) feet to a twenty (20) foot wide alley; thence southwardly along the western line of said alley forty (40) feet to the division line between Lot Nos. 134 and 135 on said Plan; thence westwardly along said last mentioned division line one hundred ten (110) feet to the eastern line of Eighteenth Street; and thence northwardly along the eastern line of Eighteenth Sheet forty (40) feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot Nos. 133 and 134 in the Plan of Lots known as “Lafayette’ and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, etc., in and for Dauphin County, in Plan Book “H” Page, 5. TAX PARCEL NO. 01011-015. Premises Being: 1123 South 18th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104. BEING the same premises which Michael D. Hope and Shaquena R. Hope, husband and wife by Deed dated February 8, 2008 and recorded February 25, 2008

in Deed Book Instrument #20080006313, in the Dauphin County Recorder’s Office, granted and conveyed unto Maryna Ya. SEIZED, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of which Maryna Ya, Mortgagor(s) herein, under Judgment No. 2010CV-2705. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 3 MEREDITH WOOTERS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $101,986.97 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or ground situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, being part of Colonial Park Plan Addition No. 2, as shown by the Plan thereof, recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, in Plan Book ‘H’, Volume 18, and known as Lot No. 5 on said Plan, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the southwestern corner of Elmerton Avenue and Chestnut Street, as shown on said Plan; thence southwardly along the western side of Chestnut Street, 124 feet to a point in the northern line of Lot No. 6 as shown on said Plan; thence westwardly along the northern line of said Lot No. 6, 50 feet to the eastern line of Lot No. 4; thence northwardly along the eastern line of Lot No. 4, 124 feet to the southern side of Elmerton Avenue; thence eastwardly along the southern side of Elmerton Avenue, 50 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a two and one-half story brick dwelling house. SUBJECT to building line 15 feet in from lot line on Chestnut Street and 10 feet in from lot on Elmerton Avenue and tree line 10 feet out from lot line. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Benny W. Cooper and Deborah M. Cooper, his wife, by Deed from Walter F. Froh and Marybeth L. Froh, f/k/a Marybeth S. Lee, his wife, dated 04/25/2001, recorded 04/30/2001 in Book 3948, Page 391. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35050-028. PREMISES BEING: 3963 ELMERTON AVENUE, HARRISBURG, PA 17109-1249. Seized and sold as the property of Benny W. Cooper and Deborah M. Cooper under judgment #2012-CV4118. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 4 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $124,226.71 All that certain tract of land and the improvements thereon situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the eastern line of Queen Street, which point is located 280 feet north of the northeast corner of Queen and Lancaster Streets, at the northern line of Lot No. 258 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots; thence southwardly along the eastern line of Queen Street, a distance of 60 feet to the northern line of Lot 261; thence eastwardly along the latter, a distance of 100 feet to Warren Alley; thence northwardly along the latter, a distance of 60 feet to the southern line of Lot No. 257 on said Plan; thence westwardly along the latter, a distance of 100 feet to a point on the eastern line of Queen Street, the place of beginning. Being Lots Nos. 258, 259 and 260 in Block 1, Plan of Lawnton, recorded in Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book E, Page 24 and having erected thereon a dwelling known as 115 North 46th Street, Harrisburg, PA. Being the same premises which Nellie Taylor, widow, granted and conveyed to Walter J. Reese and Helen N. Reese, his wife, by deed dated January 16, 1945, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Deed Book “R”, Volume 27, Page 198. The said Helen N. Reese died on October 21, 1999, thereby vesting full title in Walter J. Reese. Walter J. Reese died on February 8, 2001, having first made his last will and testament wherein he provided as aforesaid. Together with all and singular ways, waters, watercourses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertaining, and the reversions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, and also, all the estate, right, title, interest, use, trust, property, possession, claim and demand whatsoever, in law, equity or otherwise howsoever, of, in, to or out of the same. Title to said premises vested in Robert W. Griggs and Beth A. Griggs, his wife by Deed

from Joyce R. Weiser, Executrix of the Estate of Walter J. Reese dated 02/08/02 and recorded 04/16/02 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Book 4350 Page 323. Property Address: 115 North 46th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Tax Parcel Number: 63011-063. Seized and sold as the property of Robert W. Griggs and Beth A. Griggs under Judgment Number 2009CV-14346. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 5 STEVEN K. EISENBERG Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $151,559.16 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in the Township of Upper Paxton, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 13, Section A on the Plan of Lots of Rising Sun Manor as recorded in Plan Book “F”, Volume 2, Page 61, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of Ruby Road at the southeast corner of Lot No. 14 as shown on Plan Book “K”, Volume 2, Page 75; thence along the same South thirty degrees forty-nine minutes West (S 30” 49’ W) ninety (90) feet to Lot No 12; thence along the same North fifty-nine degrees eleven minutes West (N 59” 11’ W) one hundred seventy (170) feet to lands now or formerly of J. Christian; thence along the same North thirty degrees fortynine minute East (N 30” 49’ E) ninety (90) feet to Lot No. 14; thence along the same North fifty-nine degrees eleven minutes East (N 59” 11’ E) one hundred seventy (170) feet to the place of BEGINNING. SUBJECT to Restrictions and Conditions set forth in Plan Book “F”, Volume 2, Page 61 and in Deed Book “Y”, Volume 63, Page 6. BEING the same premises which Donald M. Lenker and Margo D. Lenker, his wife, by Deed dated October 21, 1988, and recorded October 24, 1988, in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 1190, Page 119, granted and conveyed unto Leonard H. Carr, Jr. and Doris E. Carr, in fee. PARCEL NO. 65-022091. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Leonard H. Carr, Jr. and Doris E. Carr, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-7996. Property Address: 501 Ruby Road, Millersburg, PA 17061. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 6 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $117,466.19 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Easterly line of Pennwood Road, which point is sixtyfive (65) feet Northwardly of the Northeasterly corner of Pennwood Road and Angenese Street; THENCE along the Easterly line of Pennwood Road, North fifteen (15) degrees thirty (30) minutes East, fifty (50) feet to a point: THENCE South seventy-four (74) degrees thirty (30) minutes East, ninety-five (95) feet to a point on the Westerly line of Joseph Alley; THENCE along same South fifteen (15) degrees thirty (30) minutes West fifty (50) feet to a point; THENCE North seventy-four (74) degrees thirty (30) minutes West, ninety-five (95) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a one story brick dwelling. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Theresa A. Smith, a single woman, by Deed from Anita Hayward, executrix of the estate of Alex Caparella, dated 06/21/2004, recorded 06/24/2004 in Book 5561, Page 183. TAX PARCEL NO.: 14015-014. PREMISES BEING: 3135 PENN-WOOD ROAD, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-2741. Seized and sold as the property of Theresa A. Smith under judgment #2012-CV5746. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 7 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $167,230.03 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situated in the Borough of Middletown, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern side of Union Street at the northern line of property late of Dr. J.C. Lingle; thence northwardly along said Union Street 68 feet to the line of property now or late of Reverence J. Groff; thence along said line in an eastwardly direction 204 feet to Aston Alley; thence in a southwardly direction along said alley 68 feet to the line of property late of Dr. J.C. Lingle; thence along said line westwardly 204 feet to the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED and now being a double 2 story brick dwelling house known as No. 232 and No. 234 North Union Street, Middletown, Pennsylvania. TOGETHER with the right to use the private driveway lying immediately southwardly from the premises hereinbefore described for ingress, egress and regress at all times hereinafter by Carolyn J. Burger, the Grantors predecessor in title, her heirs and assigns. UNDER AND SUBJECT to restrictions, conditions, easements and right-ofways of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Damon Garon, married man, by Deed from William D. Beheler, Jr. and Stephanie A. Beheler, h/w, dated 06/28/2005, recorded 07/05/2005 in Book 6070, Page 632. TAX PARCEL NO. 1: 41010-016. TAX PARCEL NO. 2: 41010-017. PREMISES BEING: 232 AND 234 NORTH UNION STREET, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057-0000. Seized and sold as the property of Damon Garon under judgment #2008-CV10717. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 8 KATHERINE E. KNOWLTON Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $92,685.43 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND WITH THE BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON ERECTED SITUATE IN THE BOROUGH OF PENBROOK IN THE COUNTY OF DAUPHIN AND COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BUTLER, 214.2 FEET, MORE OR LESS, EAST OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF TWENTY-SEVENTH AND BUTLER STREETS AND RUNNING SOUTHWARDLY, THROUGH THE CENTER OF THE PARTITION WALL DIVIDING THE HOUSE ERECTED ON THE WITHIN DESCRIBED LAND FROM THE HOUSE ADJOINING ON THE EAST AND BEYOND, IN ALL, 150 FEET TO MORE OR LESS, TO LINE OF LAND NOW OR FORMERLY OF O.E. GOOD; THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG THE LINE OF SAID O.E. GOOD, AND PARALLEL WITH THE FIRST MENTIONED LINE RUNNING SOUTH, 150 FEET TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF BUTLER STREET AND THENCE EASTWARDLY ALONG THE SOUTH SIDE OF SAID BUTLER STREET, 22 FEET, 6 INCHES, MORE OR LESS, TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED A DWELLING COMMONLY KNOWN AS 2715 BUTLER STREET. BEING KNOWN AS: 2715 BUTLER STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17103. PROPERTY ID NO.: 51010-007. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN BRET L. KESSLER, SINGLE MAN BY DEED FROM HEATHER L. REESE, SINGLE WOMAN DATED 06/17/2005 RECORDED 06/22/2005 IN DEED BOOK 6052 PAGE 489. Seized and sold as the property of Bret L. Kessler under judgment #2012-CV03951. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 9 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $166,428.27 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in the Borough of Lykens, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the southeast corner of Lot No. 133 at the northwest corner of North Second Street and an alley; thence westwardly along

the north side of said North Second Street fifty-three feet six inches (53 feet 6 inches) being the width of Lot No. 133 and 3 feet 1/2 inches (3 feet 1/2 inch) of Lot No. 135; thence North in the line of lands now or late of Phyllis E. Meeker, et al. with said line being parallel with said alley one hundred forty feet (140) to a twenty foot alley; thence along the same in an easterly direction fifty-three feet six inches (53 feet 6 inches) to the aforesaid alley; thence along the same in a southerly direction one hundred forty feet (140 feet) to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 133 and part of Lot No. 135 on Plan of Lykens, Plan Book B2. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to all restrictions, reservations, conditions, covenants, easements and rights of way of prior record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS Vested by Special Warranty Deed, dated 10/01/2007, given by John D. Bordner, single individual to Robert J. Knowles, married individual and recorded 10/12/2007 Instrument #20070041244. TAX PARCEL NO.: 37001-056. PREMISES BEING: 655 N O RT H 2 N D S T R E E T, LYKENS, PA 17048-1304. Seized and sold as the property of Robert J. Knowles under judgment #2012-CV-5181. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 10 MARKIAN R. SLOBODIAN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $19,316.00 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in the Eleventh Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Western side of Susquehanna Street, which point is two hundred fourteen (214) feet more or less North of the Northwest corner of Giger Avenue and Susquehanna Street at the line of property numbered 2048 Susquehanna Street; thence Westwardly along said line and through the center of the partition wall between properties numbered 2048 and 2050 Susquehanna Street and beyond seventyone (71) feet, eight (8) inches to a three (3) feet wide private alley; thence Northwardly along the Eastern side of said alley, fourteen (14) feet to the line of property numbered 2052 Susquehanna Street; then Eastwardly along said line through the center of the partition wall between properties numbered 2050 and 2052 Susquehanna Street, seventy-one (71) feet, eight (8) inches to Susquehanna Street; thence Southwardly along the Western line of Susquehanna Street, fourteen (14) feet to the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a brick dwelling house numbered 2050 Susquehanna Street. TOGETHER with the use of the alley in the rear in common with the owners and occupiers of the other properties abutting thereon. BEING designated by the Dauphin County Tax Assessment Office as Tax Parcel No. 11-002-021. BEING THE SAME property which was conveyed to John R. Person by deed of Kenneth E. Sellers, Jr., an adult individual and Corrine Louise Sellers, a single woman, dated February 11, 2011 and recorded by the Recorder of Deeds for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania to Instrument No. 20110005178. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution by the Sheriff of Dauphin County to be sold as the property of John R. Pearson, as sole mortgagor and real owner under Judgment No. 2012-CV-7143-NT in the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Property Address: 2050 Susquehanna Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 11 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $171,702.04 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in West Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point in the center line of Piketown Road, which point is seven hundred ten (710) feet north of the center of the intersection of Piketown Road and Manada Hill Furnace Road; thence through the center of Piketown Road south 15 degrees 51 minutes east two hundred sixty-six (266) feet, more or less, to an iron pin in the northern line of other lands now or late of John F. Fortenbaugh; thence along said line south 53 degrees 51 minutes west two hundred sixty-eight and five-tenths (268.5) feet, more or less, to

an iron pin in the eastern line of land now or late of Condo; thence along said line north 36 degrees 9 minutes west two hundred (200) feet to an iron pin in a private road, said iron pin being ten (10) feet north of the southern side of a proposed thirtythree (33) feet wide road; thence through said road the following courses and distances: north 59 degrees 51 minutes east fifty-four and eighty-five hundredths (54.85) feet to an iron pin; north 54 degrees 51 minutes east sixty-two (62) feet to an iron pin; north 49 degrees 59 minutes east one hundred three and eight-tenths (103.8) feet to an iron pin; and north 35 degrees 19 minutes east one hundred forty-nine and sixty-five (149.65) feet, more or less, to the point the place of Beginning. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a two and one-half (2 1/2) story frame dwelling house. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James A. Way and Sharon L. Way, h/w, by Deed from Patricia Smith, a married person, dated 06/21/2006, recorded 06/27/2006 in Instrument Number 20060025523. TAX PARCEL NO.: 68016-033. PREMISES BEING: 860 MOYER LANE, HARRISBURG, PA 17112-9094. Seized and sold as the property of James A. Way and Sharon L. Way under judgment #2011-CV-11367. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 12 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $132,802.20 All that certain tract or parcel of land situate in Township of Londonderry, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northeast corner of two twenty (20) feet wide roads as shown on the plan hereinafter mentioned; thence along the eastern line of one said roads north fourteen (14) degrees, fifty eight (58) minutes west, ninetynine and forty-eight one hundredths (99.48) feet to a point; thence by land of one Ratcliff, Frank Wagner and Charles Welcomer north sixty-six (66) degrees, twentythree (23) minutes east, one hundred thirty (130) feet to a point; thence by other land of the grantor south fifteen (15) degrees, thirty-seven (37) minutes east, one hundred nineteen and forty-five one hundredths (119.45) feet to the northern line of the other of said twenty (20) feet wide roads; and thence along the northern line of the same south seventy-five (75) degrees, thirteen (13) minutes west, one hundred thirty (130) feet to the place of beginning. The foregoing description is in accordance with a survey thereof dated July 1957 by R.R. Waltermyer, Registered Surveyor. Having thereon erected a one and one-half story frame dwelling house. Together with the use in common with the owners of other premises abutting on each of said twenty (20) feet wide roads of a right of way for ingress, egress and regress over land of Charles K. Houser extending southwardly from the premises herein described to Pennsylvania Legislative Route No. 129 of a width of twenty (20) feet throughout as shown on said recited survey. Title to said Premises vested in Edward Barrick and Jamie M. Barrick by Deed from Elona L. Snyder, Executrix of the Estate of Irene A. Manura, deceased dated 07/09/07 and recorded 07/30/07 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Instrument No. 20070030328. Property Address 1803 Houser Road, Middletown, PA 17057. Tax Parcel Number: 34010-074. Seized and sold as the property of Edward Barrick and Jamie M. Barrick under Judgment Number 2012CV-05475. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 13 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $76,228.07 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece, parcel or tract of land with improvements thereon erected situate in Halifax Borough, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a post or point on the west side of Second Street (formerly Front Street) and point or post being at the northwest corner of said Second Street and Strawberry Alley; thence northwardly along the western side of said Second Street 80.4 feet to line of land now or formerly of Raymond F. Crum, et ux; thence westwardly along said Crum lands 201 feet to Pear Tree Alley; thence southwardly

along said Pear Tree Alley 80.4 feet to Strawberry Alley; thence eastwardly along said Strawberry Alley 201 feet to a point on the east side of said Second Street and the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot 31 in the General Plan of Halifax Borough. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a frame dwelling house fronting and facing said Second Street and in the rear a brick garage and office building front said Strawberry Alley. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Beverly J. Brooks, by Deed from Beverly J. Brooks and Phillips W. Brooks, her husband, dated 07/29/1994, recorded 08/05/1994 in Book 2271, Page 311. TAX PARCEL NO.: 28001-023. PREMISES BEING: 1 8 NORTH 2ND STREET, A/K/A 18 2ND STREET, HALIFAX, PA 17032-6004. Seized and sold as the property of Beverly J. Brooks under judgment #2012-CV2163. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 14 THOMAS M. FEDERMAN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $160,784.94 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of ground situate in the Borough of Hummelstown, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on Runyon Road, the corner of lot numbered thirty-nine (39); thence in an easterly direction two hundred twelve and seven-tenths (212.7) feet to a point; thence in a northerly direction along the land now or formerly of the Reading Company eighteen and nine-tenths (18.9) feet to a point; thence in a northwesterly direction along the land now or formerly of Pauline Yankey one hundred and three-tenths (100.3) feet to a point, the corner of lot numbered forty-one (41); thence in a southwesterly direction one hundred seventy-four and five-tenths (174.5) feet to a point on Runyon Road; thence in a southerly direction along the curved line of Runyon Road sixty (60) feet to a point, the point of BEGINNING. IT being lot numbered forty (40) as shown on Plan “B”, Section of Runyon Green, Borough of Hummelstown, Dauphin County laid out by Mary E. Brightbill and recorded in the office for the recording of deeds in Dauphin County in Plan Book Q, Page 64. Having thereon erected a residential dwelling known and numbered as 33 Runyon Road, Borough of Hummelstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Subject to restrictions of record as found in Deed Book O, Volume 39, Page 417, of the Dauphin County records. Parcel No. 31-043-020. BEING the same premises that Norma Koons and Loretta Ivanoff, Co-Executrixes of the Estate of Sara E. Georganakis, deceased, by Deed dated 6/29/2004 and recorded 6/30/2004 in the County of Dauphin (in Book 5570 Page 103) granted and conveyed unto R. Thomas Campbell and Rachel A. Campbell, husband and wife, his/her heirs and assigns, in fee. Property Address: 33 Runyon Road, Hummelstown, PA 17036. Seized and sold as the property of R. Thomas Campbell and Rachel A. Campbell under judgment #2012-CV-01094. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 15 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $133,984.64 ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots or tract of land, situate in Steelton Borough, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described according to a Survey by Gerrit J. Betz, Registered Surveyor, dated January 3, 1973, as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a P.K. Nail at the intersection of the Northerly side of Marshall Street (50 feet wide) and the Easterly side of South 4th Street (50 feet wide); thence extending from said beginning point along the said Easterly side of South 4th Street, North 33 degrees 30 minutes West 50.0 feet to a P.K. Nail, a corner of lands now or late of Tranquello Falcone; thence extending along said lands North 56 degrees 30 minutes East 125.0 feet to an iron pipe on the Westerly side of Angeline Avenue (20 feet wide); thence extending along said Avenue, South 33 degrees 30 minutes East 50.0 feet to a hub on the Northerly side of Marshall Street; thence extending along the said Northerly side of Marshall Street, South 56 degrees 30 minutes West 125.0 feet to the aforementioned point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lots 3 and 4 on

the Plan of Lots by Rudolph F. Kelker, fourth Addition to the Borough of Steelton, recorded in Plan Book C, page 23. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Richard L. Slabonik, by Deed from Richard L. Slabonik and Eve H. Slabonik, his wife, dated 02/24/1981, recorded 08/12/1981 in Book 234, Page 417. TAX PARCEL NO.: 58008-002. PREMISES BEING: 3 1 1 SOUTH 4TH STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113-2005. Seized and sold as the property of Richard L. Slabonik under judgment #2012-CV-2381. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 16 CHRISTOPHER A. DeNARDO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $211,342.03 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land situate in the Township of Derry, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, designated and known as Lot No. 4, Plot A, on the plan of lots laid out by Milton S. Hershey in said Derry Township, bounded and described as follows: SITUATE on the north side of Trinidad Avenue in the Township of Derry aforesaid, bounded on the south by Trinidad Avenue; on the west by Lot No. 5, on said plan of lots as laid out by Milton S. Hershey on the north by a twenty (20) feet wide alley, and on the east by Lot No. 3, on said plan of lots as laid out by Milton S. Hershey containing in front on Trinidad Avenue forty (40) feet and extending in depth of equal width throughout, northwardly, one hundred and nineteen (119) feet to said twenty (20) feet wide alley. PARCEL No. 24-012-042. BEING the same premises which Charles L. Eisenhour and Hortensia Eisenhour, husband and wife, by their power of attorney, Fay Faust, by Deed dated November 30, 2006 and recorded in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office on December 5, 2006 as Deed Instrument Number 20060049502, granted and conveyed unto Wilfred J. Perry and Dawn M. Perry, husband and wife. Seized and sold as the property of Dawn M. Perry and Wilfred J. Perry under judgment number 2012CV-3277. Property Address: 127 Trinidad Avenue, Hershey, PA 17033. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 17 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $54,558.05 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land situate in the Ninth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Northern line of Derry Street, 272 feet westwardly from the Northwest corner of 17th and Derry Streets at line of property now or late of John Gehr, No. 1608 Derry Street; thence northwardly along said line through the center of the partition wall between said property and property herein described, 178 feet, more or less, to Thompson Avenue; thence westwardly along said avenue, 15 feet, more or less, to line of property now or late of LeRue Lemer; thence southwardly along said line, 178 feet, more or less, to Derry Street; thence eastwardly along Derry Street, 15 feet, more or less, to the place of BEGINNING. Being known and numbered as 1606 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. UNDER AND SUBJECT TO the same rights, privileges, agreements, rights-of-way, easements, conditions, exceptions, restrictions, and reservations as exist by virtue of prior recorded instruments, plans, Deeds of Conveyances, or visible on ground. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Matthew J. Leitzel, adult individual, by Deed from Randall L. King, aka, Randall King, adult individual, dated 08/30/2011, recorded 12/06/2011 in Instrument Number 20110033468. TAX PARCEL NO.: 09070-044. PREMISES BEING: 1 6 0 6 DERRY STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-3324. Seized and sold as the property of Matthew J. Leitzel under judgment #2012-CV5041. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 18 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $84,813.48

ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, or parcel of land, situate in the First Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a hub on the eastern side of Rolleston Street (60 feet wide) at the corner of lands of L. W. Saunders, Jr. being house No. 1235, said point being measured along the said side of Rolleston Street, 262.08 feet north of the northeast corner of Rolleston Street and Hanover Street; thence extending from said point of beginning and along the said side of Rolleston Street, North 20 degrees 30 minutes west the distance of 16.0 feet to a hub at the corner of lands of Milton Aronauer, being house No. 1231; thence through the center of a partition wall between houses No. 1231 and 1233, North 69 degrees 30 minutes east, the distance of 110.0 feet to a railroad spike on the west side of Dean Street (20 feet wide); thence along the said side of Dean Street, South 20 degrees 30 minutes east, the distance of 6.0 feet to a p.k. nail at the corner of lands of L. W. Saunders, Jr. being house No. 1235; thence through the center of a partition wall between houses 1233 and 1235, South 69 degrees 30 minutes west, the distance of 110.0 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a two-story brick row house known and numbered as 1233 Rolleston Street. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Kim M. Koesling by Deed L.T. Meredith, single dated 06/12/2008 and recorded 6/20/2008 Instrument # 20080023240. TAX PARCEL NO.: 01015-065. PREMISES BEING: 1233 ROLLESTON STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2835. Seized and sold as the property of Kim M. Koesling under judgment #2012CV-620. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 19 BARBARA A. FEIN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $184,897.58

ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or piece of ground, situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern side of Green Street, which point is one hundred fifteen (115) feet and six (6) inches north of the northeast corner of Green and Hamilton Streets, being the center of a brick partition wall between this and adjoining house; thence eastwardly through the center of said brick partition wall between this and adjoining house eighty-seven (87) feet, more or less, to a three foot wide private alley; thence northwardly along the western line of said three foot wide private alley seventeen (17) feet, more or less, to a point on property now or late of Benjamin H. Engle; thence westwardly along the side of last mentioned property and through the center of a brick partition wall between this and adjoining house eighty-seven (87) feet, more or less, to the eastern line of said Green Street; thence southwardly along the eastern line of said Green Street, seventeen (17) feet to the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a three-story brick dwelling house numbered 1703 Green Street. TOGETHER with the right to use the three foot wide private alley in the rear of said lot in common with the owners and occupiers of other property abutting thereon. Tax Parcel No. 12-003070. BEING the same premises which J. David Leaman and Jewel A. Leaman, by Deed dated December 20, 2001, and recorded on December 21, 2001, in Dauphin County Record Book 4215 at page 114, granted and conveyed to Brandon C. Powers. Property Address: 1703 Green Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102. Seized and sold as the property of Brandon Powers under judgment # 2012-CV5255. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 20 JILL JENKINS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $115,886.67

ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel or tract of land situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, State of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows, to wit:

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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL, Wednesday December 5, 2012 - C-3 Continued From Section C, Page 2 BEGINNING at an iron pin on the southern boundary of lands now or formerly of B. L. Garber, said point being five hundred and fourteen feet (514’) from the center of Paxton Church Road; thence, in a southwardly direction south fourteen degrees (14 degrees) zero minutes (00’) west a distance of sixty-six and eighty onehundredths feet (66.80’) to an iron pin; thence continuing in a southwardly direction south twenty-six degrees (26 degrees) eleven minutes (11’) west for a distance of one hundred and sixty-nine and fifty-one hundredths feet (169.51’) to an iron pin; thence in a northwardly direction north fifty-five degrees (55 degrees) fifteen minutes (15’) west for a distance of fifty-three and ten hundredths feet (53.10’) to an iron pin; thence on a line following Paxton Creek in a northwesterly direction to a point where Paxton Creek intersects the lands now or formerly of C.O. Hammaker; thence in a northwardly direction north eleven degrees (11 degrees) zero minutes (00’) east for a distance of sixty and eighty hundredths feet (60.80’) to an iron pin; thence continuing in the same northwardly, direction north eleven degrees (11 degrees) zero minutes (00’) east for a distance of seventy-eight feet (78’) to an iron pin; thence in a southeasterly direction south seventy-six degrees (76 degrees) zero minutes (00’) east for a distance of one hundred and seventyseven (177’) feet to the Place of BEGINNING. Said tract consisting of approximately six hundred and seventy-six one-hundredths (.676) acres upon which is erected a one-story aluminum siding bungalow known and numbered as 1127 Hammaker Road, together with wooded storage shed on said tract. Parcel #: 62-022-099. Property address: 1127 Hammaker Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Seized and sold as the property of James P. Dugan, Sr. under judgment # 2012CV-4700. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 21 LISA A. LEE Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $234,966.10 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of land together with the improvements thereon erected, situate in the Township of Susquehanna, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 24 as shown on a Subdivision Plan for Deer Path Woods prepared by Herbert Associates, Inc. dated July 8, 1977, last revised December 11, 1978, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for the Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Subdivision Plan Book “A”, Volume 3, Page 11, being more fully bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the west right of way line of Brooks Vale Court, said point being the northeast corner of Lot No. 25 as shown on said Plan; thence along Lot No. 25 North 86 degrees 46 minutes 11 seconds West, a distance of 174.24 feet to a point said point being the northwest corner of Lot No. 25; thence along Lot No. 14 North 05 degrees 18 minutes 47 seconds West, a distance of 20.93 feet to a point said point being the northeast corner of Lot No. 14; thence along Lot No. 22 North 60 degrees 15 minutes 58 seconds East, a distance of 168.50 feet to a point on the west right of way line of Brooks Vale Court; thence along the same South 29 degrees 44 minutes 02 seconds East, a distance of 14.47 feet to a point; thence continuing along the same in a line curving to the right, having a radius of 175.00 feet and an arc distance of 105.71 feet, to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. CONTAINING an area of 12,172.80 square feet. BEING THE SAME premises which Thomas D. Brennan and Delores C. Brennan, more property known as Dolores C. Brennan, husband and wife, by their deed dated the 29th day of August, 2007 and to be recorded simultaneously herewith, granted and conveyed unto Sterling White Sr. and Dollicia A. White, husband and wife, MORTGAGORS herein. PARCEL #: 62-060-024. BEING KNOWN AS: 4492 Brooksvale Court, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Seized and sold as the property of Sterling White and Dollicia A. White under judgment # 2008-CV15164. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 23 MEREDITH WOOTERS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $166,506.85 ALL that certain Unit, being Unit No. 38-305 (the ‘Unit’), of Saddle Ridge at Waverly, A Condominium (the ‘Condominium’), located in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, which Unit is designated in the Declaration of Condominium of Saddle Ridge at Waverly, A Condominium (the ‘Declaration of Condominium’) and Declaration Plats and Plans recorded in the Office of the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Record Book 5647, Page 437, together with any and all amendments thereto. TOGETHER with the undivided percentage interest in the Common Elements appurtenant to the Unit determined as set forth in the aforesaid Declaration of Condominium, as last amended. TOGETHER with the right to use the Limited Common Elements applicable to the Unit being conveyed herein, pursuant to the Declaration of Condominium and Declaration Plats and Plans, as last amended. UNDER AND SUBJECT to any and all covenants, conditions, restrictions, rights-of-way, easements and agreements of record in the aforesaid Office, the aforesaid Declaration of Condominium, and matters which physical inspection and survey of the Unit and Common Elements would disclose. The grantee, for and on the behalf of the Grantee and the Grantee’s heirs, personal representatives, successors and assigns, by the acceptance of this Deed, covenants and agrees to pay such charges for maintenance, repairs replacements and other expenses in connection with the Common Elements, and the Limited Common Elements appurtenant to said Unit, as may be assessed against him, her, them, it, or said Unit, from time to time by the Executive Board of the Saddle Ridge at Waverly Condominium Association in accordance with the Uniform Condominium Act of Pennsylvania, and further covenants and agrees that the Unit conveyed by this Deed shall be subject to a lien for all amounts so assessed except insofar as Section 3407 (c) of said Uniform Condominium Act may relieve a subsequent Unit Owner of liability for prior unpaid assessments. This covenant shall run with and bind the Unit hereby conveyed and all subsequent owners thereof. Mortgagor MATHEW C. BURTNETT A/K/A MATTHEW C. BURTNETT died on 12/10/08 and, upon information and belief, his surviving heirs are FREDERICK M. BURTNETT AND JUDITH BURTNETT. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Mathew Burtnett, an Adult individual, by Deed from Waverly Woods Associates, a Pennsylvania Limited Partnership, dated 09/27/2005, recorded 10/06/2005 in Book 6220, Page 470. TAX PARCEL NO.: 62087-143. PREMISES BEING: 305 SADDLE RIDGE COURT, BUILDING 38, UNIT 38-305, HARRISBURG, PA 171103997. Seized and sold as the property of Frederick M. Burtnett, heir of Mathew C. Burtnett, deceased, Judith Burtnett, heir of Mathew C. Burtnett, deceased, and unknown heirs, successors, assigns and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from or under Mathew C. Burtnett, deceased, under judgment #2009-CV-01878. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 24 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $122,371.44 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the easterly line of Lakewood Drive, 70.31 feet southeast of the southeast corner of the intersection of Lakewood Drive and Buttonwood Drive, also being at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 162 and 163 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence North 52 degrees 12 minutes 30 seconds East along same, 130.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 163 and 164 on said Plan; thence South 34 degrees 10 minutes 10 seconds East along same, 70.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 163 and 169 on said Plan; thence South 52 degrees 12 minutes 30 seconds West along same, 130.00 feet to a point on the easterly line of Lakewood Drive; thence northwestwardly along same, 70.00 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 163, Plan of Lakevue Heights, said Plan is recorded in Plan Book ‘T’, Page 60, Dauphin County Records. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights-of-way

of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Daniel F. Ortega and Judith A. Ortega, h/w, by Deed from Cathy E. Colkitt, single person, dated 04/30/1999, recorded 04/30/1999 in Book 3395, Page 138. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35068-185. PREMISES BEING: 1008 LAKEWOOD DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17109-5313. Seized and sold as the property of Daniel F. Ortega and Judith A. Ortega under judgment #2012-CV-3430. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 25 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $141,473.79 ALL THAT CERTAIN plot or piece of ground situate in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the South side of Rudy Road, said point being the western line of Lot No. K-7 on the Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence southwardly along the western line of Lot No. K-7, 100 feet to Sullivan Alley; thence westwardly along Sullivan Alley, 100 feet to the eastern line of Lot No. K-4 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan; thence northwardly along the eastern line of Lot No. K-4, 100 feet to the southern side of Rudy Road; thence eastwardly along the southern side of Rudy Road, 100 feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot Nos. K-5 and K-6 on Plan of Bellevue Park, recorded in the Dauphin County Recorder’s Office in Plan Book J, Page 38. TOGETHER with the rights of previous grantor in Record Book 5244, Page 332 in and to the northern one-half of the bed of Sullivan Alley, now vacated by the City of Harrisburg by Ordinance duly enacted. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to all easements, restrictions, encumbrances and other matters of record or that which a physical inspection or survey of the premises would reveal. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Daniel L. Reese, Jr. adult man, by Deed from Jason C. Bellanti and Anna Y. Smith-Bellanti, aka, Anna Smith-Bellanti, h/w, dated 01/14/2005, recorded 01/20/2005 in Book 5848, Page 619. TAX PARCEL NO.: 13006-005. PREMISES BEING: 2323 RUDY ROAD, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2025. Seized and sold as the property of Daniel L. Reese, Jr. under judgment #2012CV-5923. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 26 MELISSA J. CANTWELL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $102,468.14 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northeasterly line of Edsel Street, a 50 foot wide rightof-way, which said point of BEGINNING is located at the intersection of the northeasterly line of Edsel Street and the dividing line between Lots Nos. 42 and 43 on the Plan of Lots known as Country Village-Phase I; thence from said point of beginning along the dividing line between Lots Nos. 42 and 43, north 53 degrees 23 minutes 03 seconds east, a distance of 126.49 feet to a point on the southwesterly line of Lot No. 45; thence from said point along the southwesterly line of Lot No. 45 south 35 degrees 21 minutes 31 seconds east, a distance of 12.93 feet to a concrete monument located on the northwesterly corner of property now or formerly of Joseph C. and Mabeth J. Leiby; thence from said point along the westerly line of property now or formerly of Joseph C. and Mabeth J. Leiby, south 08 degrees 03 minutes 57 seconds east, a distance of 133.06 feet to a point on the northerly line of Edsel Street; thence from said point along the northerly line of Edsel Street, north 77 degrees 49 minutes 40 seconds west a distance of 36.80 feet to a point; thence from said point continuing along the northerly line of Edsel Street on a curve to the right having a radius of 155.00, a distance of 111.50 feet to a point, the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 42 on the Plan of Lots known as Country Village-Phase I, recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plan Book N, Volume 2, Page 11. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a dwelling house being known and numbered as premises 5586 Edsel Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Richard J. Chase and Sheila E. Chase, h/w, by Deed from Leslie W. Probst and Nicole Probst, h/w, dated 12/30/1999, recorded 01/04/2000 in Book 3585, Page 165. By virtue of the death of Richard J. Chase on 04/09/2011, Sheila E. Chase became the sole owner of the premises as surviving tenants by the entireties. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35098-019. PREMISES BEING: 5586 EDSEL STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17109-5675. Seized and sold as the property of Sheila E. Chase under judgment #2012-CV1480. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. ent #2009-CV-4908. SALE NO. 28 SHAWN LONG Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $17,377.46 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract on the Plan of S.H. Charles, Lot No. 1 and No. 2, in Deed Book “E”, Volume 12, Page 586 (recorded July 10, 1905); said tract was not further subdivided located in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and is described in deed as follows: BEGINNING two lots of ground situate on the east side of North 6th Street in the 10th Ward of the City of Harrisburg aforesaid, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Commencing on the south east corner of Sixth Street and alley, and extending eastwardly two hundred and one feet and six inches (201.6), along the south side of said alley to a twenty (20) feet wide alley (now known as Agate Street); thence southwardly along said alley, forty six feet nine inches (46.9) to the place of BEGINNING; being Lots No. 1 and No. 2 in Plan of Lots as laid out by S.H. Charles. The same being recorded in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book “B”, Page 21, having been recorded there in 1892; having erected on said lots a three (3) story brick dwelling house known and numbered as 2537 North 6th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; being the same two (2) lots which S.H. Charles and his wife, by their deed dated April 1, 1893 and recorded in Deed Book “U”, Volume 8, Page 180, Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office, granted and conveyed unto John M. Rummler, who died seized thereof. Although several dwelling places were erected on said Lots between 1892 and the present, no subsequent plan of subdivision of the aforedescribed Lots No. 1 and No. 2 (other than the 1892 Plan of Lots of S.H. Charles) had been submitted to the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office or the City of Harrisburg’s Office of the City Engineer for recordation. A copy of the S.H. Charles Plan of Lots was recorded in 1892 and a copy of Registration of Property document is on file in the Office of the City Engineer of Harrisburg, dated August 1918. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a two story brick dwelling known and numbered as 2524 Agate Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110. BEING KNOWN as Parcel #10-015-061. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Hubert Wilson, an adult individual by deed dated December 21, 2007 and recorded January 9, 2008 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Instrument No. 20080001048, granted and conveyed unto Ronald Roebuck and Angela Roebuck, husband and wife, their heirs and assigns, as tenants by the entireties. SEIZED IN EXECUTION as the property of Ronald Roebuck and Angela Roebuck on Judgment No. 2011-CV02186. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 29 MATTHEW BRUSHWOOD Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $103,869.04 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of ground situate in the First Ward of the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Southern side of Third Street, which point is One Hundred Fifty (150) feet distance in an Easterly direction from the corner of Third Street and ‘S’ Street, at the Eastern line of Lot No. 59 on the plan of lots hereinafter referred to; thence Southwardly along the Eastern line of Lot No. 59, One Hundred Ten (110) feet to the Northern line of Second Alley; thence Eastwardly along the Northern side of said Alley a distance of Fifty (50) feet to a point on the Western line of Lot No. 62 on said plan;

thence Northwardly along the Western line of Lot No. 62, One Hundred Ten (110) feet to the Southern line of Third Street; thence in a Westerly direction along the Southern line of Third Street a distance of Fifty (50) feet to the point of BEGINNING. BEING Lots Nos. 60 and 61 on Plan No. 1, George W. Cumbler’s East End Extension, Steelton, Pa., 1905, which Plan is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, in and for Dauphin County, in Plan Book ‘D’, Page 9. This property is known as 2514 South 3rd Street, Steelton, PA. SUBJECT to restrictions appearing of record in prior deeds. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Robert J. Lambrix and Karen B. Lambrix, his wife, by Deed from Estate of Catherine Dmitrovic, deceased, by Joseph E. Dmitrovic, Administrator of the Estate of Catherine Dmitrovic and Joseph E. Dmitrovic and Karen B. Lambrix, dated 03/24/2005, recorded 04/01/2005 in Book 5933, Page 263. TAX PARCEL NO.: 57023-025. PREMISES BEING: 2514 SOUTH 3RD STREET,STEELTON, PA 17113-3023. Seized and sold as the property of Robert J. Lambrix and Karen B. Lambrix under judgment #2012-CV-6055. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 30 JILL P. JENKINS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $80,310.37 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point at the Southeast corner of the intersection of Fritchey Street and Berryhill Street (formerly Hain Street); thence Eastwardly along the Southern side of Fritchey Street 75 feet to a point in Lot No. 24 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots: thence Southwardly through Lot No. 24 on said Plan, 125 feet to a point on the Northern side of Hocker Avenue; thence Westwardly along said Northern side of Hocker Avenue, 75 feet to a point on the Eastern side of Berryhill Street (formerly Hain Street): thence Northwardly along same 125 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING THE SAME PREMISES BY Deed dated 06/04/1998, given by Howard M. Landis and Mary E. Landis, husband and wife to Richard K. Butler and Robin Y. Butler, husband and wife and recorded 06/08/1998 in Book 3122 Page. BEING KNOWN AS 4501 FRITCHEY STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17109. TAX PARCEL NO: 35-051149. Seized and sold as the property of Richard K. Butler and Robin Y. Butler under judgment #2009-CV-16471. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 31 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $54,751.46 All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the 10th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at a point on the east side of Lexington Street, which point is one hundred eighty four (184) feet north of the north side of Wiconisco Street; thence northwardly along east side of Lexington Street, eighteen (18) feet to a point; thence eastwardly by a line at right angles of Lexington Street, eighty five (85) feet to Clark Street; thence southwardly along the west side of Clark Street, eighteen (18) feet to a point; thence westwardly by a line at right angles to Clark Street, eighty five (85) feet to Lexington Street, the place of beginning. Being Lot No. 11 in the Revised Plan of the Harrisburg Realty Company as recorded in Plan Book ‘G’ page 45. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Albert K. Fake, Sr., by Deed from Centex Home Equity Company, LLC, dated 02/02/2006, recorded 03/09/2006 in Instrument Number 20060009068. TAX PARCEL NO.: 10020-044. PREMISES BEING: 2719 LEXINGTON STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-2628. Seized and sold as the property of Albert K. Fake, Sr. under judgment #2012CV-3552. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 32 HARRY B. REESE Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $316,043.89 All that certain Lot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and Improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being In the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania. TRACT NO. 1: All that certain lot or parcel of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the side of Marion View Drive which point is located at the dividing line between Lots No. 5 and 6 on the herein after mentioned plan of Lots; thence along said dividing line North 73 degrees 30 minutes East, 210.00 feet to a point at lands of the Retarded Children’s Association of Dauphin County, known as Camp Sertoma; thence along said last mentioned lands South 16 degrees 30 minutes East, 210.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 4 and 5 on said plan; thence along said last mentioned dividing line South 73 degrees 30 minutes West, 210.00 feet to the East side of Marion View Drive; thence along the East side of Marion View Drive North 16 degrees 30 minutes West, 210.00 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. Being Lot No. 5 on the Plan of Section E of Mountain View Acres, which plan is recorded in Dauphin County in Plan Book W, Volume 2, Page 57. TRACT NO. 2: All that certain tact or parcel of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a Survey and plan thereof dated June 23, 1988, prepared by Whittock and Hartman, Registered Surveyors of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, as follows: BEGINNING at a point which the Southeastern corner of Lot No. 5 of Mountain View Acres, 2313 Marion View Drive; thence along the Eastern boundary of said property North 16 degrees 30 minutes West a distance of 212.55 feet (set forth as 251.40 feet in prior deed of record) to a point which continues the Northeastern boundary of Lot No. 5; thence north 73 degrees 30 minutes East a distance of 360.00 feet to a pin; thence South 16 degrees 30 minutes West a distance of 360.00 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. Being Lot No. 5A on the above Plan of Lots and constituting approximately 1.757 acres of land. NOTE: Being Lot(s), Block PARCEL #35-003-067, Tax Map of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin. BEING KNOWN AS: 2313 MARION VIEW DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17112. PROPERTY ID NO.: 35003-067. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN TONY R. WEIKEL, SINGLE MAN, HIS HEIRS AND ASSIGNS BY DEED FROM DONALD R. VAUGHN AND JEAN C. VAUGHN, HUSBAND AND WIFE DATED 10/12/2005 RECORDED 10/24/2005 IN DEED BOOK 6244, PAGE 500. Seized and sold as the property of Tony R. Weikel under judgment #2012-CV-07680. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 33 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $213,086.03 ALL that certain lot or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the Northeast intersection of Fourth and Spruce Street; thence Northwardly along the Easterly line of said Spruce Street 125 feet; thence Eastwardly and parallel to said Fourth Street, 115 feet to the Westerly line of Primrose Avenue; thence Southwardly along the Westerly line of said Primrose Avenue 125 feet to the Northerly line of Fourth Street; thence Westwardly along the Northerly line of said Fourth Street, 115 feet to the place of beginning. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN William E. Wolfe, single person, by Deed from Michael L. Noles and Dawn L. Noles, h/w, dated 07/19/2001, recorded 07/30/2001 in Book 4051, Page 561. The said William E. Wolfe died on 12/21/2009 and, upon information and belief, his heirs or devisees, and personal representative, are unknown. TAX PARCEL NO.: 58007-043. PREMISES BEING: 320 SPRUCE STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113-2433. Seized and sold as the property of unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from or under William E. Wolfe, deceased, under judgment #2011-CV-9845. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin

County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 34 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $132,684.40 All that certain tract or parcel of land with the improvements thereon erected, situate in the 13th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the southern side of Derry Street, 170.5 feet, more or less, West of the southwest corner of Derry Street and Twenty-second Street at the western line of land now or late of Barmont-Jones Motor Company; thence along the last mentioned line, at right angles to Derry Street, southwardly 150 feet to the northern line of Shellia Street; thence westwardly along said street, 60 feet to the eastern line of land now or late of Jennie Grossi; thence northwardly at right angles to Derry Street along the last mentioned line, 150 feet to the southern line of Derry Street; thence eastwardly along the southern line of Derry Street, 60 feet to a point, the place of beginning. Having thereon erected a 2 story brick dwelling house and garage known and numbered as 2151 Derry Street (formerly 2149 Derry Street), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Being the same premises which Sharyn Adams Hobaugh, now known as Sharyn J. Adams, by Deed dated March 25, 1992 and recorded April 9, 1992 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 1730, Page 241, granted and conveyed unto Sharyn J. Adams, single woman. The said Sharyn J. Adams, now known as Sharyn A. Farrar, has since intermarried with Thomas D. Farrar, Sr., who joins in this conveyance to divest all right, title and interest in said property. Title to said premises vested in Gayle D. Lawrence, married woman by Deed from Thomas D. Farrar, Sr. and Sharyn A. Farrar, his wife, formerly known as Sharyn J. Adams dated 06/12/98 and recorded 06/15/98 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Book 3127, Page 551. Property Address 2151 Derry Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104 Tax Parcel Number: 13081-008 Seized and sold as the property of Gayle D. Lawrence under Judgment Number 2011-CV-8537. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 35 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $155,360.78 All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in Londonderry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point in the northern side of Londonderry Drive (formerly known as Laurel Drive as shown on Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned), said point being in the dividing line between Lots Nos. 4 and 3 as shown on Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence South 38 degrees 05 minutes West along the northern side of Londonderry Drive 84.12 feet to a point; thence continuing along the northern side of Londonderry Drive by an arc curving to the right having a radius of 150 feet, a distance of 103.72 feet to a point; thence continuing along the northern side of said Londonderry Drive South 77 degrees 42 minutes West 20 feet to a point in the eastern line of Lot No. 2, plan aforesaid; thence North 12 degrees 18 minutes West along the eastern line of Lots Nos. 2 and 1, plan aforesaid, 356.23 feet to a point in line of land now or late of P. Harris Grove; thence along said last mentioned land North 58 degrees 05 minutes East 80 feet to a point in the western line of Lot No. 4, plan aforesaid; and thence South 31 degrees 55 minutes East along the western line of Lot No. 4, 313.23 feet to the place of beginning. Being Lot No. 3, Londonderry Manor, Part 1, which Plan was approved by the Township Supervisors of Londonderry Township on September 24, 1957 and was recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, on October 23, 1957 in Plan Book “V”, page 59. Under and subject nevertheless to the conditions and restrictions contained in the Declaration of Everett F. Quakenbush dated December 13, 1957 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Misc. Book “Q”, Volume 19, page 459 and to the First Amended Declaration dated April 5, 1958 and approved by the Supervisors of Londonderry Township on April 5, 1958 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in

Misc. Book “K”, Volume 9, Page 1. Being the same premises which Richard I. Baer and Mary Ellen Baer, by deed dated May 31, 2000, recorded June 7, 2000 in Record Book 3692, page 232 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County granted and conveyed unto Timothy L. Morgan and Susan R. Morgan, Grantors herein. Title to said premises vested in Michelle R. Keiffer, a single person, her heirs and assigns by Deed from Timothy L. Morgan and Susan R. Morgan, husband and wife by Deed dated 04/30/04 and recorded 05/21/04 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Book 5510, Page 599. Property Address: 1030 Laurel Drive, Middletown, PA 17057. Tax Parcel Number: 34032-005. Seized and sold as the property of Michelle R. Keiffer a/k/a Michelle R. Harrington under Judgment Number 2012-CV-4809. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 36 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $96,453.51 ALL THAT UNEXPIRED LEASEHOLD or Term of Years in and to all those certain tracts or parcels of ground, situate in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the south side of Oak Hill Drive and the dividing line between Lots Nos. 16 and 17, Block ‘C’ on the Plan of lots hereinafter mentioned; thence eastwardly along the south side of Oak Hill Drive, 83.28 feet to the dividing line between Lots Nos. 15 and 16, Block C; thence southwardly along said dividing line, 125 feet to a point on line of Lot No. 7, Block C; thence westwardly along the same, 74.12 feet to a point on line of Lot No. 17 aforesaid; thence northwardly along the same, 125 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 16 Block C on the Plan of Oak Hills Addition No. 1, as the same remains of recording the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County and also the Office of the Register of Wills in and for Dauphin County to Estate No. 420, Year 1937. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to the reservations, restrictions, covenants and easements as the same are more fully set forth in the Recorder’s Office aforesaid in Misc. Book U, Volume 5, Page 83. AND FURTHER, under and subject to the terms and conditions provided in the Original lease dated July 23, 1945, wherein and whereby the Principal and Trustees of the Emaus Orphan House leased and let the premises of which the herein described tracts are a part for a term of 99 years, beginning April 2, 1946, including the lease rent reserved therein. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James J. Carrera, an adult individual, by Deed from Samuel J. Carrera and Elizabeth M. Carrera, by her attorney in fact, Salvatore Carrera, dated 04/13/2004, recorded 05/03/2004 in Book 5481, Page 420. TAX PARCEL NO.: 42011-041. PREMISES BEING: 22 OAK HILL DRIVE, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057-2018. Seized and sold as the property of James J. Carrera under judgment #2012-CV4448. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 37 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $167,748.96 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point of intersection of the northern line of Chevy Chase Drive and the line of adjoiner between Lots 209 and 210 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots; thence North 01 degrees 20 minutes 15 seconds West by said line of adjoiner a distance of 99.99 feet to a point on the southern line of land now or formerly of Beaufort Farm, Inc.; thence North 88 degrees 41 minutes 30 seconds East along said southern line of land a distance of 80.0 feet to a point; thence South 01 degrees 28 minutes 15 seconds East along the line of adjoiner between Lots 208 and 209 on said Plan a distance of 99.76 feet to a point on the northern line of Chevy Chase Drive; thence along said northern line of Chevy Chase Drive South 88 degrees 31 minutes 45 seconds West a distance of 80.0 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING LOT NO. 209 on the plan of Beaufort Farm East, as recorded in the Dauphin

County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book 3B, Page 32. C O N TA I N I N G 7 , 9 9 0 . 0 square feet in area. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James P. Gibson, Jr. and Mary A. Gibson, his wife, by Deed from Gifford P. Bell, dated 06/30/1980, recorded 06/30/1980, in Deed Book 135, page 364. TAX PARCEL NO.: 62052-070. PREMISES BEING: 2028 CHEVY CHASE DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-3707. Seized and sold as the property of Mary A. Gibson and James P. Gibson under judgment #2008-CV-4293. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 38 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $110,839.63

ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Steelton, County of Dauphin, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on South Third Street on a line of land now or formerly of Frank Count; thence in a southerly direction along South Third Street 23 feet to a point on lands formerly owned by Wilt; thence along the said Wilt land towards Second Street, a distance of 48 feet to a point; thence in a northerly direction and parallel with Third Street, a distance of 23 feet to a point on the aforesaid Count land; thence along the said Count land a distance of 48 feet to Third Street, the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS Vested by Special Warranty Deed, dated 09/25/2008, given by David Schultz and Susan Schultz, husband and wife to Cayetano Reyes and Sally Corsnitz, as tenants in common with the right of survivorship, as tenants by entirety and recorded 3/12/2009 Instrument #20090007416. TAX PARCEL NO.: 58011-021. PREMISES BEING: 342 SOUTH3RDSTREET, STEELTON, PA 17113-2527. Seized and sold as the property of Cayetano Reyes and Sally Corsnitz under judgment #2012-CV-4949. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 39 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $138,980.90

ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of land situate in the Borough of Hummelstown, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows according to survey of William B. Whittock, Registered Engineer, dated August 21, 1962, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the north side of Runyon Road 520 feet east by same of the intersection of the north side of Runyon Road and the east side of Brunner Street; thence at right angles north 3 degrees east 210 feet to a point on the south side of Violet Alley; thence north 87 degrees west along the south side of Violet AIley 60 feet to a point; thence south 3 degrees west at right angles to Runyon Road 210 feet to a point on the north side of Runyon Road; thence south 87 degrees east along the north side of Runyon Road 60 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 9 on Plan ‘A’ Section of Runyon Green, Borough of Hummelstown, laid out by Mary E. Brightbill and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in Dauphin County in Plan Book ‘P’, Page 38. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a single one story ranch type dwelling of frame and stone construction known and numbered as 13 Runyon Road. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Michael R. Hoffman and Brenda K. Hoffman, h/w, by Deed from Herbert J. Godfrey and Phyllis Godfrey, h/w, dated 12/29/2000, recorded 01/04/2001 in Book 3846, Page 556. TAX PARCEL NO.: 31043-010. PREMISES BEING: 13 RUNYON ROAD, HUMMELSTOWN, PA 17036-2502. Seized and sold as the property of Michael R. Hoffman and Brenda K. Hoffman under judgment #2012-CV4898. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

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C-4 - THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Continued From Section C, Page 3 SALE NO. 40 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $47,346.78 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Second Ward of the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of South Second Street, which point is 60.5 feet distant in a northerly direction from the northwestern corner of said South Second Street and Blackberry Alley at the center or division line of a 3 feet wide private alley way between properties Nos. 242 and 244 South Second Street; thence westwardly along said division line and through the center of said 3 feet wide private alley way, South 38 degrees 45 minutes West, a distance of 100 feet to a point on the eastern side of River Alley; thence North 51 degrees 15 minutes West, a distance of 14.5 feet to an iron pin at lands now or formerly of the Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority; thence along line of said land now or formerly of the Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority, North 38 degrees 45 minutes East, a distance of 100 feet to the western right-of-way line of South Second Street, South 51 degrees 15 minutes East, a distance of 14.5 feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Scott W. Hamilton, single person, by Deed from Scott W. Hamilton, single person and Heather L. Auer, single person, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, dated 10/25/2004, recorded 11/01/2004 in Book 5742, Page 372. TAX PARCEL NO.: 58013-007. PREMISES BEING: 242 SOUTH2NDSTREET,STEELTON, PA 17113-2505. Seized and sold as the property of Scott W. Hamilton under judgment #2012-CV4719. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 41 LISA A. LEE Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $203,891.32 ALL THAT CERTAIN plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Township of Swatara, the County of Dauphin and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being more particularly bounded and described in accordance with that certain plan of survey of Gerrit J. Betz, R.S., dated January 23, 1976 as follows in Exhibit A, attached hereto and made a part hereof, BEGINNING at a point on the western line of Dayton Road, said point being 196.89 feet south of the southwest corner of Dayton Road and Swatara Drive, said point also being opposite the division line of Lots Nos. 33 and 32 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence along said division line South 79 degrees 18 minutes West 110 feet to a point; thence South 10 degrees 42 minutes East 95 feet to a point on the division line between Lots No. 33 and 34 on said Plan; thence along said division line North 79 degrees 12 minutes East 110 feet to a point on the western line of Dayton Road; thence along said Dayton Road North 10 degrees 42 minutes West 95 feet to a point, being the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 33 of Section J of the Plan of Rainbow Development which Plan is recorded in Dauphin in Dauphin County Plan Book C, Volume 2, Page 43. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a dwelling house known and numbered 1381 Dayton Road. TOGETHER with all right, title and interest, if any, of Grantors in and to any streets and roads abutting the above described premises to the center lines thereof. TOGETHER with the appurtenances and all the estate and right of Grantors in and to said premises. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all easements restrictions, reservations and rights of way of record. Parcel #: 63-031-130. Property address: 1381 Dayton Road, Steelton, PA 17113. Seized and sold as the property of Kelly A. Hoffman and Jason Hoffman under judgment #2012-CV-4309. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 42 MATTHEW BRUSHWOOD Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $133,958.35 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, towit: BEGINNING at a point at the northwest corner of Lucknow Road and 3rd Street; thence along the north side of Lucknow Road north seventy-seven (77) degrees (30) minutes west forty (40) feet to a point; thence at right angles to Lucknow Road, north (12) degrees thirty (30) minutes east one hundred forty two (142) feet to a point on a twenty (20) foot wide alley; thence along the south side of said alley south seventy-seven (77) degrees thirty (30) minutes east forty (40) feet to a point; thence at right angles to said alley south twelve (12) degrees thirty (30) minutes west one hundred forty two (142) feet to a point, the place of beginning. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Barbara L. Gindlesperger, single person, by Deed from Timothy Rogers and Wendy A. Burgwald, h/w, dated 10/30/2008, recorded 11/07/2008 in Instrument Number 20080040855. TAX PARCEL NO.: 62008-070. PREMISES BEING: 1 2 6 LUCK-NOW ROAD, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-1638. Seized and sold as the property of Barbara L. Gindlesperger under judgment #2012-CV-3840. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 43 CRAIG OPPENHEIMER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $141,176.14 ALL that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Township of Lower Paxton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern side of Berkley Street, three hundred twentyseven (327) feet west of the southwest corner of Berkley Street and Rutherford Road; thence southwardly through Lot No. 116 on Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned in a line at right angles to Berkley Street, one hundred fifty (150) feet to a point; thence westwardly in a line parallel with Berkley Street, sixty (60) feet to a point; thence northwardly through Lot No. 115 on said Plan, in a line at right angles to Berkley Street, one hundred fifty (150) feet to a point on the southern side of Berkley Street; thence eastwardly along same sixty (60) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING the Eastern forty (40) feet of Lot No. 115 and the Western twenty (20) feet of Lot No. 116 on Plan of Colonial Park Farms Addition No. 1, recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plan Book “J”, Page 7. HAVING thereon erected a one story Brickcote dwelling house, known as No. 4723 Berkley Street. Parcel No: 35-060-103. Being the same premises which G. Dean Miller, Executor of the Estate of Harry A. Gardner, Deceased, granted and conveyed unto Felix Narvaez-Cumba by Deed dated January 31, 2001 and recorded February 2, 2001 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Deed Book 3868, Page 70. Property Address: 4723 Berkley Street, Harrisburg, PA 17109. Seized and sold as the property of Felix NarvaezCumba and Maria Gerena under judgment #2011-CV05503. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 44 CHANDRA M. ARKEMA Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $134,062.53 All those certain two tracts or parcels of land situate in Lower Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: Tract No. 1 Beginning at a point on State Road Route four hundred and forty-one (441); thence in a Westerly direction along land of Harry M. Shope, South eighty-six (86) degrees forty-five (45) minutes West, for a distance of two hundred forty (240) feet to a point at land of Harry M. Shope; thence in a Southerly direction along land of Harry M. Shope, South eighteen (18) degrees forty-five (45) minutes East, for a distance of one hundred twenty (120) feet to a point at land of Harry M. Shope; thence in an Easterly direction along the land of Harry M. Shope, North eighty-six (86) degrees forty-five (45) minutes East, for a distance of two hundred forty (240) feet to a point at State Road Route four hun-

dred forty-one (441); thence in a Northerly direction along same road North eighteen (18) degrees forty-five (45) minutes West for a distance of one hundred twenty (120) feet to the point of beginning. Containing sixty-three one hundredths (63/100) of an acre, and having thereon erected a single story frame cottage. Tract No. 2 Beginning at a railroad spike in the State Highway No. 441; thence by land of William Shope and Wife, South eighty-six (86) degrees and forty-five (45) minutes West, two hundred and forty (240) feet to a stake; thence by land of Harry M. Shope and Wife, North eighteen (18) degrees and forty-five (45) minutes East sixty (60) feet to a stake; thence by land of Paul E. Beard, Sr. and his wife, Tract No. 1 herein above described North eighty-six (86) degrees and forty-five (45) minutes east two hundred forty (240) feet to a point in the middle of said state Highway; thence by land of J.5. Messick and in the middle of said highway South eighteen (18) degrees and forty-five (45) minutes East sixty (60) feet to the place of beginning. Containing fiftynine (59) and sixty-nine (69) hundredths perches. Being Tax Parcel ID #36009-019. Being known as 815 Oberlin Road, Middletown, Pennsylvania 17057. Being the same premises which Robert H. Pickel and Nancy M. Pickel, his wife, by deed dated December 21, 1988 and recorded December 30, 1988 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office granted and conveyed unto Robert H. Pickel. Robert H. Pickel has since married Faith H. Costa, now Faith H. Pickel, and this is a transfer from husband to husband and wife and is exempt from realty transfer taxes. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Faith H. Pickel and Robert H. Pickel (deceased) by Deed from Robert H. Pickel, dated 08/02/1994, recorded 08/03/1994 in Book 2269, Page 493. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Faith H. Pickel, Mortgagor herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-3370. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 45 LAUREN R. TABAS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $82,338.22 ALL that certain plot or piece of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of Green Street, which point is one hundred and twenty nine (129) feet, six (6) inches north of the northern line of Peffer Street, at line of property, now or late of Patrick E. Allen; thence east along the line of last mentioned land, on a line parallel with Peffer Street, a distance of eighty six (86) feet to a four (4) foot wide private alley; thence north along the western line of said alley, and parallel with Green Street, a distance of twenty (20) feet, six (6) inches, to a point on property line now or late of H. M. Gettys et al; thence west along said last mentioned land and on a line parallel with Peffer Street, and through the center of a brick partition wall between this and said adjoining house, a distance of eighty six (86) feet, to a point on the eastern line of Green Street; thence south along the eastern line of Green Street, a distance of twenty (20) feet, six (6) inches, to a point the place of BEGINNING. TOGETHER with the right of user of said four (4) foot private alley in the rear of said lot in common with other owners and occupiers of properties abutting thereon. HAVING thereon erected a three (3) story brick dwelling house, numbered 2013 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pa. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Albert E. Piper and Mattie B. Piper, his wife, by Deed from Charles F. Elliott and Mary E. Elliott, h/w, dated 07/16/1968, recorded 07/17/1968 in Book X 53, Page 79. ALBERT E. PIPER was a co-record owner of the mortgaged premises as a tenant by the entirety. By virtue of ALBERT E. PIPER’s death on or about 01/21/2002, his ownership interest was automatically vested in the surviving tenant by the entirety. Mortgagor MATTIE B. PIPER died on 05/12/2011 and, upon information and belief; her surviving heir(s) are LAURETTA HENRY, HELEN DRAYTON, and MARY PIPER. By executed waiver(s), MARY PIPER waived her right to be named as a defendant in the foreclosure action. TAX PARCEL NO.: 11002-069. PREMISES BEING: 2013 GREEN STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17102-2128. Seized and sold as the property of unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all

persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under Mattie B. Piper, deceased, under judgment #2012-CV-1646.

SALE NO. 48 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $157,684.46

NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the City of Harrisburg, in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING on the northern line of Harris Street 34 feet east of the northeast corner of Green and Harris Streets; thence northwardly through the center of brick partition wall and beyond 92 feet, more or less, to a 4 feet wide private alley; thence eastwardly along the southern line of said alley 21 feet and 3 inches, more or less, to land now or formerly of B.H. Engle; thence southwardly along said land 92 feet, more or less, to Harris Street; and thence westwardly along Harris Street 21 feet and 3 inches, more or less, to the place of BEGINNING. WITH the use of the said alley in common with the owners arid occupiers of other land abutting thereon. HAVING thereon erected a three-story semi-detached brick dwelling. UNDER AND SUBJECT to any and all covenants, conditions, reservations, restrictions, easements, and right of ways of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Steven M. Kale, adult individual, by Deed from Scott A. Lackey and Amy J. Blarcom-Lackey, aka, Amy J. Lackey, Principal by her Agent, Scott A. Lackey, h/w, dated 06/02/2006, recorded 06/06/2006 in Instrument Number 20060022207. TAX PARCEL NO.: 12009-086. PREMISES BEING: 2 3 0 HARRIS STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17102-2432. Seized and sold as the property of Steven M. Kale under judgment #2012-CV2960. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 46 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $58,363.30 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Borough of Steelton, in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Eastern side of South Front Street, which point is on a line running through the center of a frame partition wall separating properties numbered 677 and 679 South Front Street; thence Northwardly along said Front Street, fifteen (15 feet) feet to land now or late of Mary E. Brandt; thence Eastwardly in right angles to said Front Street, one hundred (100) feet to the western line of River Alley; thence Southwardly along said River Alley, fifteen (15) feet to a point, on a line running through the center of said partition wall a separating properties numbered 677 and 679 South Front Street; thence westwardly through the center of said partition wall and beyond, one hundred (100 feet) feet to a point on the Eastern line of said South Front street, the place of beginning. HAVING THEREON erected on the Northern half of a double frame dwelling house. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN John A. Jones, Jr., single person by Deed John J. Goff and Kelly Ann Goff, his wife dated 01/11/1993 and recorded 01/14/1993 in Deed Book 1900, Page 572. TAX PARCEL NO.: 57009-049. PREMISES BEING: 677 SOUTH FRONT STREET, STEELTON, PA 171132914. Seized and sold as the property of John A. Jones, Jr. under judgment #2009CV-14339. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 47 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $182,651.76 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in Swatara Township, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. BEGINNING at a concrete monument on the northern side of Pritchard Court (60 feet wide) as shown on the hereinafter mentioned Plan, at the dividing line between Lot 4 and this lot; thence north 29 degrees 30 minutes west, a distance of 50 feet to a point; thence continuing along the arc of a circle curving to the right, having a radius of 50 feet, the arc distance of 46.29 feet to a point on the dividing line between this lot and Lot 6 of said plan; thence north 60 degrees 30 minutes east, 180 feet to a point at the dividing line between this lot and land now or formerly of P. Yeager; thence south 29 degrees 30 minutes east, a distance of 90 feet to a concrete monument on the dividing line between this lot and Lot 4 of said plan; thence south 60 degrees 30 minutes west, 200 feet to a concrete monument, the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 5 on a Subdivision Plan for John Pritchard, prepared by Grove Associates, Engineers and Surveyors of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, dated October 30, 1978, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for Dauphin County Pennsylvania, in Plan Book D, Volume 3, Page 53. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all applicable restrictions, reservations, easements and rights-of-way of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Alex Mirarchi, single man, by Deed from Deborah J. Eckert, single woman, dated 11/04/2011, recorded 11/09/2011 in Instrument Number 20110030900. TAX PARCEL NO.: 63041-065. PREMISES BEING: 4 5 7 PRITCHARD COURT, HARRISBURG, PA 17111-5102. Seized and sold as the property of Alex Mirarchi under judgment #2012-CV4806. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 49 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $101,892.26 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of real estate, with improvements thereon, situate in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a concrete monument on the South side of U.S. Route 322 (Governor Road), which monument is located along the boundary line between the instant tract and lands now or formerly of Reed M. Zellers; thence, South 87 degrees 00 minutes East along the South side of U.S. Route 322, a distance of 104.35 feet to a concrete monument; thence, South 24 degrees 59 minutes 34 seconds West, 679.59 feet to a concrete monument; thence, North 86 degrees 15 minutes West, along lands now or formerly of William J. Sponaugle, a distance of 147.79 feet to a concrete monument; thence, North 16 degrees 15 minutes East, 390.65 feet to a concrete monument; thence, North 16 degrees 15 minutes East, 254.73 feet to a concrete monument, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 1 of the subdivision plan of Harry W. Bomberger and Mildred E. Bomberger, his wife, as drawn by Robert E. Sherrick, registered surveyor, dated February 7, 1984, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book ‘U’, Volume 3, Page 100. CONTAINING 2.043 acres, and having erected thereon a one and one-half story single family dwelling. SUBJECT to a thirty (30) feet minimum building setback line from the front and rear boundaries, and twelve (12) feet minimum setback line from the side boundaries. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Tamar L. Winters, by Deed from Mark C. Winters and Tamar L. Winters, h/w, dated 0 7 / 1 8 / 2 0 0 7 , re c o rd e d 07/19/2007 in Instrument Number 20070029004. TAX PARCEL NO.: 24048-006. PREMISES BEING: 1016 EAST GOVERNOR ROAD, HERSHEY, PA 17033-9589. Seized and sold as the property of Tamar L. Winters under judgment #2012CV-597. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 50 JILLIAN M. GOLDEN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $667,440.21 ALL THOSE CERTAIN pieces or parcels of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: TRACT NO. 1 BEGINNING at a point

on the west side of North Third Street at a point sixty feet North of the corner of North Third and Herr Streets; thence northwardly along North Third Street toward Verbeke Street 899.93 feet to a point on property now or formerly of Biggs F. Smith, et ux; thence westwardly along the line of the last mentioned property of 135.95 feet, more or less, to Myrtle Avenue, now Susquehanna Street; thence southwardly along the Eastern side of Susquehanna Street toward Herr Street 89.93 feet to the property formerly of the Young Women’s Christian Associates, now owned by the Jewish Community Center of Harrisburg, PA; thence eastwardly along the said last mentioned line and along the line of property now or formerly of George W. Lingle, III, et ux, 134.03 feet, more or less, to the western side of North Third Street, the Place of BEGINNING. TRACT NO. 2 BEGINNING at point on the northeast corner of Susquehanna and Herr Streets; thence eastwardly along the northern line of Herr Street 45 feet to a point at the line of land now or formerly of George C. Potts, et ux; thence northwardly along said last mentioned land 26.55 feet to a point at the southern line of lands now or formerly of George W. Lingle, III, et ux; thence westwardly along said last mentioned land 3.5 feet to a point at the western line of said Lingle land; thence northwardly along the western line of said Lingle land 33.6 feet, more or less, to the southern line of Tract No. 1, hereinabove described; thence westwardly along said last mentioned line 45.13 feet to the eastern line of Susquehanna Street; thence southwardly along the eastern line of Susquehanna Street, 60.12 feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected premises known and numbered as 1110 North Third Street. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to all easements restrictions, encumbrances and other matters of record or that which a physical inspection or survey of the premises would reveal. And further under and subject to the requirement that the property shall remain taxable for the payment of real estate taxes in perpetuity, AND FURTHER UNDER AND SUBJECT to that certain Redevelopment Contract attached hereto and incorporated herein as if more fully set forth. BEING TAX PARCEL NO. 05-014-005. BEING THE SAME premises which Redevelopment Authority of the City of Harrisburg, by its deed dated November 30, 2007 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Instrument No.: 20070050414, granted and conveyed unto Bartlett, Traynor & London, LLC, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Bartlett, Traynor & London, LLC, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2009-CV189963-NT. Property Address: 1110 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 51 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $91,309.77 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in the Borough of Highspire, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the north side of Second Street, which point is 85 feet from the northeast corner of Wolf and Second Streets; thence in a northerly direction 118 feet to Rhoda Alley; thence in an easterly direction along the south side of said alley 27 1/2 feet to a point at the northwest corner of land now or late of Frank Wonderly, et ux; thence in a southerly direction along the western line of said land now or late of Frank Wonderly, et ux, 118 feet to the north side of Second Street aforesaid; thence in a westerly direction along the north side of said street 27 1/2 feet to the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED one-half of a two and one-half story frame dwelling house known and numbered as 386 SECOND STREET, HIGHSPIRE, PA 17034. TAX PARCEL: 30-021051. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Gloria M. Acosta and Ramon F. Serrano, her husband, by deed dated 09/25/06 and recorded 09/29/06 in Dauphin County Instrument No. 20060040376, granted and conveyed unto Matthew S. Lotito and Nikki L. Eachus. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF NIKKI L. EACHUS AND MATTHEW S. LOTITO under Judgment

No. 2012-CV-7635. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 52 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $267,839.87 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate on the northeast side of Cypress Court in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, being known as Lot No. 33, block I as shown on a plan of Southpoint Commons-Phase 4, prepared by RETTEW Associates, Inc., dated June 1, 1999, last revised August 12, 1999, drawing number 941549-01, recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book K, Volume 7, Pages 1-17, and being more fully bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northeast right of way line of Cypress Court, a corner of Lot No. 34; thence along the same North 17 degrees 25 minutes 30 seconds East, a distance of 100.00 feet to a point in line of Lot No. 113; thence along the same South 72 degrees 14 minutes 54 seconds East a distance of 79.45 feet to a point, a corner of Lot No. 31; thence along the same South 23 degrees 35 minutes 33 seconds East, a distance of 58.71 feet to a point, a corner of Lot No. 32; thence along the same South 29 degrees 34 minutes 33 seconds West a distance of 111.62 feet to a point on the northeast right of way line of Cypress Court; thence along the same the following three courses and distances: 1) North 60 degrees 25 minutes 27 seconds West, a distance of 26.68 feet to a point, 2) on a line curving to the right having a radius of 25.00 feet, an arc distance of 23.95 feet the chord of said arc being North 32 degrees 58 minutes 26 seconds West, a distance of 23.05 feet to a point, and 3) on a line curving to the left having a radius of 55.00 feet, an arc distance of 64.36, the chord of said arc being North 39 degrees 02 minutes 58 seconds West, a distance of 60.75 feet to the point and place of beginning. BEING known and numbered as 815 Cypress Court, Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights-of-way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Steven J. Rupy and Martha Rupy, h/w, by Deed from Christopher Niyibizi and Sandra M. Niyibizi, h/w, dated 11/14/2006, recorded 11/16/2006 in Instrument Number 20060047074. TAX PARCEL NO.: 24089-087. PREMISES BEING: 815 CYPRESS COURT, H U M M E L S - T O W N , PA 17036-8786. Seized and sold as the property of Steven J. Rupy and Martha Rupy under judgment #2012-CV-4938. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 53 CHARLES N. SHURR, JR. Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $221,994.27 ALL those certain tracts or parcels of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township of Susquehanna, in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: TRACT NO. 1 BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of the State Highway known as Riverside Drive or Front Street, at a point eighty (80) feet south of the southern line of property of Ross T. Bell, formerly property of Sterling G. McNees; thence eastwardly at right angles to Front Street one hundred eighty (180) feet to a twenty (20) foot wide alley; thence southwardly by the western line of said alley sixty-eight (68) feet to a point; thence westwardly at right angles to said twenty (20) foot wide alley one hundred eighty (180) feet to Front Street; and thence northwardly by the eastern line of Front Street sixty-eight (68) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. Having erected thereon a two and one-half (2-1/2) story stucco dwelling house and a stucco garage. TOGETHER with all the land lying immediately in front of said tract, extending to low water mark of the Susquehanna River and bounded by the northern and southern lines of said tract extended, subject to all legal highways and subject also to the right of the City of Harrisburg to maintain a reinforced concrete waterway under and across the same, and also existing telephone lines along the river bank, and subject also to the following building restrictions: No buildings shall be erected on the western side of said

highway or river shore, and no buildings, expect open porches, shall be erected within twenty (20) feet of the northern or southern lines of any properties into which the said tract of land may be subdivided, nor shall any building, except open porches, be erected nearer than sixty (60) feet to said highway, River Road or Front Street. TRACT NO. 2 BEGINNING at a point on the west side of North Second Street, which point is eighty (80) feet south of the southern line of property of Ross T. Bell, formerly property of Sterling G. McNees; thence southwardly along the western line of North Second Street sixty-eight (68) feet to a point; thence westwardly and at right angles to North Second Street one hundred twenty (120) feet to the eastern line of a twenty (20) foot wide alley; and thence northwardly by the eastern line of said alley sixty-eight (68) feet to a point; and thence eastwardly at right angles to said twenty (20) foot wide alley one hundred twenty (120) feet to North Second Street, to a point, and place of BEGINNING. SUBJECT, nevertheless, to the following regulations: No buildings or constructions to be erected or constructed within fifteen (15) feet from the western line of Second Street as shown in Plan Book “G”, Page 64, of Dauphin County. Having thereon erected a two and one-half (2-1/2) story stucco dwelling house and a stucco garage known and numbered at 4407 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING TAX PARCEL NO. 62-006-059. PREMISES BEING: 4407 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Commerce Bank, a Pennsylvania Corporation by Deed dated March 21, 1991 and recorded March 26, 1991 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 1545, Page 536 granted and conveyed unto 4407 Professional Building General Partnership, a Pennsylvania General Partnership. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of 4407 Professional Building (a/k/a 4407 Professional Building General Partnership) Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012CV-8312. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 54 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $75,765.00 All that certain tract or piece or parcel of land situate in the 10th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof made by Ernest J. Walker, professional engineer, dated April 14, 1970, as follows: Beginning at a point on the Southern side of Emerald Street, 140.83 feet Westward from the Western line of Jefferson Street at the Division Line between Lot Nos. 5 and 6, on Plan of Lots laid out by Henry S. Fraim, and recorded in the Office of Recorder of Deeds in and for the County of Dauphin aforesaid in Plan Book ‘C’, Page 49; thence Southwardly along the said Northern line of said alley, 15 feet to the division line between Lot Nos. 4 and 5 on said Plan; thence Northwardly by the last mentioned division line, 96 feet to Emerald Street; thence Eastwardly along the Southern Line of Emerald Street, 15 feet to the place of beginning. Having thereon erected a three-story brick dwelling house known as 621 Emerald Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Ronald Valentin and Nicoline N. Valentin, h/w, by Deed from Lindia Campbell, single woman, dated 11/19/2004, recorded 12/02/2004 in Book 5785, Page 612. TAX PARCEL NO.: 10018-009. PREMISES BEING: 6 2 1 EMERALD STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-2460. Seized and sold as the property of Ronald Valentin and Nicoline N. Valentin under judgment #2012-CV6388. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 55 MEREDITH WOOTERS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $90,900.82 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land with improvements erected thereon and located in Bressler, Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the western line of Monroe Street, which point is one

hundred forty (140) feet distant in a southerly direction from the intersection of Center Street and Monroe Street; thence westwardly along the division line, separating the property herein conveyed from the adjoining property north, a distance of one hundred (100) feet to the eastern line of Linden Alley; thence southwardly along the eastern line of Linden Alley, twenty (20) feet to a point; thence eastwardly at right angles to Linden Alley, one hundred (100) feet to the western line of Monroe Street; and thence along the western line of Monroe Street, in a northwardly direction twenty (20) feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a southern half of a double two and one-half (2-1/2) story frame dwelling house. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Ronald E. Price, Jr. and Michelle Y. Price, h/w, by Deed from Michael F. Nixon and Marcia R. Nixon, h/w, dated 07/30/1999, recorded 08/10/1999 in Book 3476, Page 208. TAX PARCEL NO.: 63054-026. PREMISES BEING: 6 1 5 MONROE STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17113-2722. Seized and sold as the property of Ronald E. Price, Jr. and Michelle Y. Price under judgment #2012-CV-5676. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 56 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $54,654.28

ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land situate in the Tenth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING on the eastern line of Reel Street sixty-one (61) feet South of Schuylkill Street to a point opposite the center of brick partition wall; thence North 78 degrees East, at right angles to Reel Street and through the center of said wall, one hundred ten (110) feet to Howard Street; thence South 12 degrees East, by the western line of Howard Street, eighteen (18) feet, thence South 78 degrees West, at right angles to Reel Street, one hundred ten (110) feet to Reel Street; thence North 12 degrees West, by the eastern line of Reel Street, eighteen (18) feet to the point of BEGINNING. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless to the conditions, restrictions and limitations hereinafter set forth which may be enforced by either the City of Harrisburg and/or the Grantor: (A) No part of the premises nor any building presently or hereafter erected thereon shall be erected for, used or occupied for any purpose other than a private single family dwelling house containing one residential unit, with or without on accessory private automobile garage; and (B) The premises, including any building presently or hereafter erected thereon, shall remain subject to all real estate taxes in perpetuity, regardless of whether the use qualities for an exemption from the same under any applicable law. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Carlan L. Bellamy, single woman, by Deed from The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Harrisburg, dated 07/26/2000, recorded 07/27/2000 in Book 3730, Page 365. TAX PARCEL NO.: 10023-031. PREMISES BEING: 2463 REEL STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-1924. Seized and sold as the property of Carlan L. Bellamy under judgment #2011-CV7415. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 57 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $150,505.76

ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of Dartmouth Street, which point is 141.90 feet North of the northwesterly corner of Dartmouth and Marblehead Streets and at northerly line of lands now or late of Charles H. Kadiz, Jr.; thence along the last mentioned lands South 89 degrees 00 minutes West 135.14 feet to a point at easterly line of land now or late of Abram H. Cooper Estate; thence along same North 01 degrees 00 minutes West 75 feet to a point; thence North 89 degrees 00 minutes East 173.43 feet to a point on the westerly line of

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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL, Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - C-5 Continued From Section C, Page 4 Dartmouth Street aforesaid; thence along same South 26 degrees 02 minutes West 84.20 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and right of way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Jennifer Ordaz, single person, by Deed from Hedwig Louise Faduska, a/k/a Hedwig L. Feduska, by her Attorney-in-fact, Karen Faduska, n/k/a Karen Keen, dated 06/02/2006, recorded 06/06/2006 in Instrument Number 20060022229. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35060-024. PREMISES BEING: 9 DARTMOUTH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 171094435. Seized and sold as the property of Jennifer Ordaz under judgment #2012-CV5327. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 58 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $42,023.31 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land having thereon erected the eastern part of a double three-story frame dwelling house known as No. 100 Witherspoon Avenue (formerly known as Witherspoon Alley), being part of Lot No. 269 on the Plan of Portsmouth, now part of the general plan of Middletown, situate in the Borough of Middletown, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point in the southern line of Witherspoon Avenue opposite the center of the partition wall separating house No. 100 Witherspoon Avenue erected on the premises herein described from house No. 102 Witherspoon Avenue adjoining on the west; thence Southwardly through the center of said partition wall and beyond eighty (80) feet to a point; thence Eastwardly in a line parallel with the southern line of Witherspoon Avenue nineteen (19) feet, more or less, to the western line of Lot No. 270 on the plan of lots above mentioned; thence Northwardly along the same eighty (80) feet to the southern line of Witherspoon Avenue; and thence Westwardly along the southern line of Witherspoon Avenue nineteen (19) feet, more or less, to the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Paul R. Miller, adult individual, by Deed from Madaline B. Manfred, adult individual, dated 11/05/1999, recorded 12/09/1999 in Book 3568, Page 68. TAX PARCEL NO.: 40002-036. PREMISES BEING: 1 0 0 WITHERSPOON AVENUE, MIDDLETOWN, PA 170571346. Seized and sold as the property of Paul R. Miller under judgment #2012CV-708. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 59 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $73,859.73 TRACT NUMBER 1 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of ground situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of North 6th Street, 84 feet northwardly from the northeast corner of North 6th and Antoine Street; thence eastwardly and running an equal distance from Antoine Street, 100 feet to a point on the western line of Marie Street; thence northwardly along the western line of Marie Street, 16 feet to a point on the southern line of Edward Street; thence westwardly along the southern line of Edward Street and running an even distance from Antoine Street, 100 feet to a point on the eastern line of North 6th Street; thence southwardly along the eastern line of North 6th Street, 16 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. TRACT NUMBER 2 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of ground situate in the fourteenth ward of the City of Harrisburg being the southern half of unopened Edward Street between North Sixth Street and Marie Street, Edward Street between North Sixth Street and Marie Street was vacated by Harrisburg City Council on October 14, 1981. Filed to Ordinance, No. 31 of 1981. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Seth M. Pope and Dawn B. Pope, h/w, by Deed from Rudy I. Khan and Nadia Khan, h/w, dated 12/15/2003, recorded

12/18/2003 in Book 5307, Page 611. TAX PARCEL NO.: 14027-011. PREMISES BEING: 3111 NORTH SIXTH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 171102710. Seized and sold as the property of Seth M. Pope and Dawn B. Pope under judgment #2011-CV-3527. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 60 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $56,393.37 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in the ninth ward of the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the west side of Seventeenth Street, said point being sixteen (16) feet south from the southwest corner of Regina and Seventeenth Street; thence, in a westerly direction through the center of a brick partition wall, dividing the property herein described from property no. 54 north Seventeenth Street; and beyond, one hundred and one (101) feet more or less to a three (3) feet wide alley, fifteen (15) feet and seven (7) inches to a point; thence in an easterly direction and through the center of a brick partition wall dividing the property herein described from property no. 50 north Seventeenth Street one hundred and one (101) feet more or less to Seventeenth Street; thence in a northerly direction along the western line of Seventeenth Street, fifteen (15) feet and seven (7) inches to a point; the place of beginning. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Carlinda Deweese, by Deed from Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, fka Bankers Trust Company as Trustee (Mers is acting/ has acted as the agent for the real party in interest of beneficial owner), by its attorney in fact, Residential Funding Corporation (power of attorney recorded February 19, 2002 in book 5377, page 590), dated 12/27/2006, recorded 01/05/2007 in Instrument Number 20070000780. TAX PARCEL NO.: 09028-038. PREMISES BEING: 5 2 NORTH 17TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104. Seized and sold as the property of Carlinda DeWeese under judgment #2012CV-5392. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 61 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $277,273.81 ALL that certain tract of land situate in Londonderry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania bounded and described in accordance with a Plan prepared by Eric L. Diffenbaugh, R.P.L.S., dated December 20, 1999 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County in Plan Book U, Volume 7, Page 62. BEGINNING at a point in the center line of Foxianna Road, T-315 at corner of Lot No. 11; thence along Lot No. 11 South 03 degrees 08 minutes 07 seconds East, 341.25 feet to a point; thence along Lot No. 16 South 86 degrees 51 minutes 53 seconds West, 140.05 feet to a point; thence still along Lot No. 16 North 03 degrees 08 minutes 07 seconds West, 341.25 feet to a point, thence along the center line of Foxianna Road, T-315 North 86 degrees 51 minutes 53 seconds East, 140.05 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 1.0971 acres and designated as Lot No. 10 on plan of Foxianna Farms. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to conditions, easements, restrictions and matters of prior record and any matter which a physical inspection or survey of the property would disclose. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Denise D. Gibson, adult individual and Amy Roth Benton, adult individual, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, by Deed from Beatrice T. Port and Edward G. Port, mother and son, dated 10/06/2006, recorded 10/17/2006 in Instrument Number 20060042867. TAX PARCEL NO.: 34017-073. PREMISES BEING: 1181 FOXIANNA ROAD, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057-4252. Seized and sold as the property of Amy R. Benton and Denise D. Gibson under judgment #2012-CV-4326. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 62 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $77,668.79

SALE NO. 64 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $58,450.38

ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots or tracts of ground, with the improvements thereon erected, situate in the Borough of Highspire, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the north side of Second Street, as the same is laid out on the plan of lots hereinafter mentioned, also known as the Harrisburg Turnpike Road, one hundred (100.00) feet east of the northeastern corner of said Second Street and Franklin Street at the eastern lot line of Lot No. 303 on said plan of lots; thence northwardly along the eastern lot line of said Lot No. 303, one hundred twenty (120.00) feet to the southern side of Rhoda Alley; thence eastwardly along the southern side of Rhoda Alley, fifty (50.00) feet to the western lot line of Lot No. 306 on said plan; thence southwardly along the western lot line of said Lot No. 306, one hundred twenty (120.00) feet to the north side of said Second Street; thence westwardly along the north side of said Second Street, fifty (50.00) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING all of Lots Nos. 304 and 305 on Plan No. 1 of George W. Cumbler’s Addition to the Borough of Highspire, recorded in the Recorders Office in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book C, Page 30. HAVING THEREON erected and now being a two (2) story frame bungalow, known as 508 Second Street, Highspire, Pennsylvania. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all applicable restrictions and easements and rightsof-way of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James D. Haylett and Darlene K. Haylett, his wife, by Deed from Robert J. Gratkowski and Carol A. Gratkowski, his wife, date 08/30/2000, recorded 09/01/2000 in Book 3758, Page 204. TAX PARCEL NO.: 30027-009. PREMISES BEING: 5 0 8 SECOND STREET, HIGHSPIRE, PA 17034-1506. Seized and sold as the property of Darlene K. Haylett and James D. Haylett under judgment #2010-CV-15498. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in Elizabethville Borough, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a stone on the southern side of Lyter Street; thence along said Lyter Street North eighty-one degrees East ninety feet (N. 81 degrees E. 90 feet) to a stone at the northwest corner of lands now or formerly of Steven R. Klouser; thence by same South nine degrees East two hundred forty feet (S. 9 degrees E. 240 feet) in a stone in line of lands now or formerly of Hazel P. Scheidler et al.; thence along same South eighty-one degrees West ninety feet (S. 81 degrees W. 90 feet) to a stone in line of lands now or formerly of Shirley Henninger and Richard Henninger; thence along same North nine degrees West two hundred forty feet (N. 9 degrees W. 240 feet) to a stone, the point and place of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 21,600 square feet of ground. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a 2 story frame dwelling and outbuildings. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Daryl H. Deitrich and Lori A. Deitrich, h/w, by Deed from Mildred N. Synder, widow, dated 05/24/1996, recorded 05/28/1996 in Book 2624, Page 273. TAX PARCEL NO.: 26030-002. PREMISES BEING: 12 LYTER STREET, ELIZABETHVILLE, PA 17023-9601. Seized and sold as the property of Daryl H. Deitrich and Lori A. Deitrich under judgment #2012-CV-5323. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 63 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $69,804.37 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece of land situate partly in the Eighth and partly in the Fifteenth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING on the southern side of State Street one hundred fifty-five (155) feet east of the southeast corner of 18th and State Streets, and five (5) feet east of the western line of Lot No. 248 on plan hereinafter mentioned; thence eastwardly by the southern line of State Street forty (40) feet to a point five (5) feet west of the western line of Lot No. 246 on said plan; thence southwardly, at right angles to State Street, one hundred fifty-five (155) feet, more or less, to the northern line of a fifteen (15) feet wide alley (erroneously indicated on said plan as twenty (20) feet); thence westwardly by the northern line of said alley forty (40) feet, more or less, to a point five (5) feet east of the western line of Lot No. 248 on said plan, measured at right angles to said lot line; and thence northwardly at right angles to State Street, one hundred sixty-two (162) feet, more or less, to the place of BEGINNING. BEING the western twenty (20) feet of Lot No. 247 and the eastern twenty (20) feet of Lot No. 248, on Plan C, Long Estate, recorded in Dauphin County Recorder’s Office in Plan Book ‘B’ Page 57. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights of way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Dorothy Ford, single person, by Deed from Jesse A. Cheairs and Ruth Cheairs, husband and wife, dated 5-29-98, recorded 9-16-98 in Deed Book 3204, page 192. TAX PARCEL NO.: 08004-001. PREMISES BEING: 1809 STATE STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17103-1552. Seized and sold as the property of Dorothy Ruth Ford under judgment #2005CV-2218. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 65 LAUREN R. TABAS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $165,655.99 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point, said point being the front corner between Lots 37 and 36 of Hidden Lake Phase VIII; thence North 60 degrees 21 minutes 27 seconds West for a distance of 22.00 feet to a point, said point being the common front corners between Lots 37 and 38; thence along Lot 38, North 29 degrees 38 minutes 33 seconds East for a distance of 113.00 feet to a point, said point being common corners with Lots 38 and 37; thence South 60 degrees 21 minutes 27 seconds East for a distance of 22.00 feet to a point, said point being common corners with Lots 37 and 36; thence along Lot 36, South 29 degrees 38 minutes 33 seconds West for a distance of 113.00 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 2,486.0 square feet. BEING Lot No. 37 on Final Subdivision Plan for Hidden Lake, Phase VIII, said plan recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book ‘L’, Volume 6, Pages 40 to 43. UNDER AND SUBJECT Hidden Lake Enabling Declarations in Record Book 2711, Page 616 and Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions as in Record Book 2711, Page 621. ALSO UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions, and rights of way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Lawrence E. Youch, Jr., a married man, by Deed from Kathleen G. Noga, single woman, dated 11/30/2007, recorded 12/03/2007 in Instrument Number 20070047990. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35114-261. PREMISES BEING: 1061 WOOD ED POND DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17111-4765. Seized and sold as the property of Lawrence E. Youch, Jr. under judgment #2010-CV-00254. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 66 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $100,242.29 ALL THAT CERTAIN 2 tracts or Parcels of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township of Middle Paxton in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: TRACT NO. 1: BEGINNING at a spike in the centerline of a macadam road (33 feet wide) said spike being 50 feet

South 80 degrees 49 minutes West from a corner of a 1.2 acre lot owned, now or late, by A. W. Orwan, said spike being also at the northwest corner of an 0.4 of an acre lot and running thence with a part of the west line of said 0.4 of an acre lot reversed, South 9 degrees 11 minutes East 152.14 feet to an iron pipe; thence, through lands now or late of Hyles Hagy, Jr., South 80 degrees 49 minutes West 125 feet to an iron pipe on the east side of a proposed 40 foot wide road; thence with the east side of said proposed road North 9 degrees 11 minutes West 125 feet to a spike in the centerline of the aforesaid macadam road; thence with said road North 68 degrees 34 minutes East 127.91 feet to the spike at the point and place of Beginning. CONTAINING 17.321 square feet or 0.39 of an acre, more or less, as shown on a plat of survey dated May 3, 1956 made by John F. Fox, Registered Surveyor. HAVING thereon erected a dwelling house. UNDER AND SUBJECT to the following conditions and restrictions: 1) No dwelling shall be erected or constructed thereon at a cost of less than $10,000.00. 2) No building shall be erected upon said tract at a less distance from the adjoining property owners than fifteen (15) feet. 3) The main dwelling house shall be constructed before any other building may be erected upon the said tract. 4) No more than one dwelling house shall be constructed on the said tract. 5) No outside water closets shall be erected upon said tract. 6) No building for industrial or business use or chicken house, pig pen, cattle pen, shall be erected on the said tract. It being understood, however, that the erection of a private garage shall be permitted, but under no condition can it be used for habitation. 7) No unsightly fences or barricade shall be erected. TRACT NO. 2: BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the eastern line of a fifty (50) foot proposed street at the southeast corner of land now or formerly of Hyles Hagy, Jr. which point is one hundred twenty-seven and fifty-four one-hundredths (127.54) feet south of the center line of State Highway Legislative Route 22026, and which point is also on the southern line of other lands now or formerly of Glenn K. Snow and Carol D. Snow, his wife; thence North eighty degrees forty-nine minutes East (N 80 49 minutes E) one hundred fifteen (115) feet to an iron pipe at the line of lands now or formerly of A. W. Orwan; thence along line of said lands, South nine degrees eleven minutes East (S 9 11 minutes E) one hundred thirty-one (131) feet to an iron pipe; thence South eighty degrees forty-nine minutes West (S 80 49 minutes W) one hundred fifteen (115) feet to an iron pipe at the eastern line of a proposed fifty (50) foot street; thence along the eastern line of the proposed fifty (50) foot street North nine degrees eleven minutes West (N 9 11 minutes W) one hundred thirty-one (131) feet to an iron pipe, the place of Beginning. CONTAINING .346 of an acre. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Scott A. Moyer, married man, by Deed from Paul S. Lockard and Ceridwen-Anne Lockard, h/w, dated 02/26/1999, recorded 03/02/1999 in Book 3344, Page 274. TAX PARCEL NO.: 43005-030. PREMISES BEING: 1230 MOUNTAIN ROAD, DAUPHIN, PA 17018-9425. Seized and sold as the property of Scott Moyer under judgment #2012-CV1642. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 67 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $114,712.58 ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, situate in East Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a railroad spike in the center of Township Route 471 known as North Meadow Lane; said point being North 56 degrees 48 minutes East 84.28 feet from the Southwest corner John R. and Mary-Lue Cosey; thence along the center of Township Route 471 North 38 degrees 15 minutes 18 seconds East 48.73 feet to a railroad spike. Thence along same North 54 degrees 20 minutes 33 seconds East 224.10 feet to a railroad spike; thence along same North 71 degrees 58 minutes East 95.97 feet to a railroad spike in the center of Township Route 471. Thence along lands of Floyd B. and Arlene E. Rupp South 43 degrees 41 minutes 50 seconds East 266.07 feet to an iron pin on the Northern right-of-way line of U.S. Route 22; thence along the Northern right-of-way line South 64 degrees 17 minutes West 412.94 feet to an iron pin. Thence along lands of Lawrence J. McCarter North

41 degrees 16 minutes 50 seconds West 200.94 feet to a railroad spike in the center of Township Route 471. Thence along the center of Township Route 471 North 38 degrees 15 minutes 18 seconds East 27.93 feet to a railroad spike, the Place of BEGINNING. Also described as Lot 87 in Subdivision Plan of Lawrence J. McCarter dated July 18, 1986 and recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office of Dauphin County in Plan Book ‘F’, Volume 4, Page 39. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all restrictions, reservations, easements encumbrances, covenants, conditions and rights-of-way of record, or which a physical inspection or competent survey of the premises would reveal. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Timothy L. Spangler, adult individual, by Deed from Timothy L. Spangler and Kim F. Spangler, formerly h/w, dated 0 7 / 2 7 / 2 0 1 2 , re c o rd e d 08/07/2012 in Instrument Number 20120022839. TAX PARCEL NO.: 25017-187. PREMISES BEING: ROAD 3, BOX 1222, A/K/A 216 N. MEADOW LANE, HARRISBURG, PA 17112. Seized and sold as the property of Timothy L. Spangler and Kim F. Spangler under judgment #2003-CV5059. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 68 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $144,357.02 All that certain tract or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Middletown, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 9 Block IV, on a plan of lots entitled Oak Hills Addition No. 3, which said plan is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for the County of Dauphin in Plan Book R, Page 84. Having thereon erected a dwelling known as No. 379 Plane Street. Under and subject to the terms and conditions of the original lease granted by the Principal and Trustees of the Emaus Orphan House, dated May 31, 1950 and recorded in Misc. Book X, Vol. 6, Page 363 as supplemented and amended by Agreements recorded in Misc. Book C, Vol. 7, Page 408, Misc. Book X, Vol. 7, Page 224 and Misc. Book S, Vol. 7, Page 535. Also under and subject to the restrictions and easements as set forth in Misc. Book X, Vol. 6, Page 371, Deed Book P, Vol. 37, Page 457 and on the above mentioned recorded plan of lots. Title to said Premises vested in Steven M. Dickey, a single man by Deed from Augustus J. DeMorro, Jr., a single man dated 12/29/06 and recorded 01/11/07 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Instrument #20070001631. Property Address 379 Plane Street, Middletown, PA 17057. Tax Parcel Number: 42007-016. Seized and sold as the property of Steven M. Dickey under Judgment Number 2010-CV-1956. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 69 JILL JENKINS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $94,728.76 ALL THAT CERTAIN UNIT IN THE PROPERTY KNOW, NAMED AND IDENTIFIED IN THE DECLARATION REFERRED TO BELOW AS “PAXTON MILL ESTATES CONDOMINIUMS”, LOCATED IN SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, WHICH HAS HERETOFORE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA UNIFORM CONDOMINIUM ACT, 68 P.S.A. SECTION 3101, ET SEQ., BY THE RECORDING IN THE OFFICE OF DAUPHIN COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS OF A DECLARATION DATED FEBRUARY 5TH, 1992 AND RECORDED ON FEBRUARY 6TH, 1992, IN RECORD BOOK 1694, PAGE 101, BEING AND DESIGNATED IN SUCH DECLARATION AS BUILDING NO. 5, UNIT NO. 6, AS MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN SUCH DECLARATION, TOGETHER WITH A PROPORTIONATE UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS AS DEFINED IN SUCH DECLARATION. PARCEL NO: 62-068030. BEING PREMISES: 2842 BUXTON COURT, HARRISBURG, PA 17110. Seized and sold as the property of Thomas J. Vonnieda, Jr. under judgment #2012-CV-3655. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin

County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 70 ALLISON F. WELLS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $151,088.11 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of ground situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the northern right of way line of Bradley Drive at the Southwest corner of Lot No. 4; thence along said right of way line and through a 50 feet PP&L and Bell Telephone easement and along a temporary cul-desac easement by a curve to the left, said curve having a radius of 250.00 feet and an arc distance of 71.76 feet to a point being the Southeast corner of Lot No. 6; thence along Lot No. 6 and through said easements and through a proposed 30 feet sanitary sewer easement North 08 degrees 27 minutes 24 seconds West 369.22 feet to a point at lands now or formerly of Lewis T. and Phyllis R. Patterson; thence along said lands North 85 degrees 32 minutes 56 seconds East 77.51 feet to a point; thence along the same North 72 degrees 12 minutes 12 seconds East 41.46 feet to a point being the northwest corner of Lot No. 4; thence along Lot No. 4 and through said proposed 30 feet sanitary easement South 01 degree 03 minutes 28 seconds East 402.96 feet to a point, being the Place of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 30,148 square feet, more or less. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a one story dwelling. BEING LOT NO. 5 on a Final Subdivision Plan of Fieldstone Farm, dated August 8, 1997 and prepared by R.J. Fisher & Associates, Inc., and recorded on February 25, 1999 in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book Z, Volume 6, Page 62. THIS DESCRIPTION varies from recorded plan due to erroneous information shown thereon. It is the intention of this description to correctly convey all of Lot No. 5 on the aforementioned Plan. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions, and rights of way of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Vivian Hassinger, by Deed from Alexander M. Coumans and Susan L. Coumans, h/w, dated 07/03/2002, recorded 07/16/2002 in Book 4454, Page 179. TAX PARCEL NO.: 62082-005. PREMISES BEING: 1854 BRADLEY DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-8900. Seized and sold as the property of Vivian Hassinger under judgment #2011-CV00771. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 71 CHRISTOPHER A. DENARDO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $74,930.10 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of ground situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the Northeastern corner of Burchfield and Spencer Streets, as Spencer Street is now changed from the original Plan, said change being made by adding to Spencer Street the Southern halves of Lots Nos. 61 and 66, Block D, and Lots Nos. 150 and 155, Block E, between Burchfield and Yale Streets, which Southern halves are of a uniform width of ten feet; thence from the said place of beginning, Northwardly along the Eastern line of said Burchfield Street, 20 feet to the center of line of Lot No. 62 and Block D; thence in an Easterly direction, the center of partition wall between this and adjoining house, along the center line of Lot No. 62, 120 feet to a 20 feet wide alley; thence in a southerly direction, along the Western line of said 20 feet wide alley, 20 feet to the Northern line of Spencer Street, as now charged aforesaid; thence in a Westerly direction along the Northern line of said Spencer Street, 120 feet to the Eastern line of Burchfield Street, the place of BEGINNING. BEING THE Northern one-half story brick dwelling with a 321 Burchfield Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104 and BEING TAX PARCEL #08072-030. BEING THE SAME Premises which Tassia Corporation by deed dated 6/8/06 and recorded 6/9/06 in and for Dauphin County as Instrument number 2006002296 granted and conveyed to Sonia Jones. Seized and sold as the property of Sonia Jones under judgment number 2010-CV-00667. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions

will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 72 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $45,466.40 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the third ward of the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northern side of Walnut Street, which point is on the division line separating properties nos. 325 and 327 Walnut Street, which point is forty-one (41) feet distance in an easterly direction from the northeast corner of Walnut and Penn Streets; thence in a westerly direction along the northern line of Walnut Street, forty-one (41) feet to the northeast corner of Walnut and Penn Streets; thence northwardly along the eastern line of Penn Street, a distance of eighty-six and one-half (86-1/2) feet to a point on lands now or late of John T. Ralph; thence eastwardly along the present fence line a distance of forty-five (45) feet, more or less, to a point on land now or late of William Ralph; thence southwardly on a line parallel with the line of Penn Street, twenty-two and two-tenths (22.2) feet to a point; thence at right angles to last mentioned line in a westerly direction, three (3) feet six (6) inches, more or less to a point; to the center of the partition prolonged of the partition wall between properties nos. 325 and 327 Walnut Street; thence southwardly along the center of the partition wall aforesaid a distance of sixty-two (62) feet to the point of beginning. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a three story semi-detached frame dwelling house known as 325 Walnut Street, Steelton, Pennsylvania. SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to the right and privilege of the owners of the adjoining property numbered 327 Walnut Street, to use and maintain the present roof and spouting which overhangs about one (1) foot on the rear of said property numbered 325 Walnut Street. With the privilege of the party of the second part, their heirs and assigns, to the use of the wall supporting the back porch and pantry of property numbered 325 Walnut Street and the right of access to the cellar way underneath said porch and pantry as long as the present buildings thereon erected remain as now built. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James R. Carter, single man and Lisa L. Lewis, single woman, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, by Deed from Mechanics Savings and Loan Association, dated 08/16/1996, recorded 08/20/1996 in Book 2682, Page 428. TAX PARCEL NO.: 59011-077. PREMISES BEING: 325 WALNUT STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113-2365. Seized and sold as the property of James R. Carter and Lisa L. Lewis under judgment #2012-CV-224. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 73 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $209,491.12 All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the 13th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the northern line of Duke Street at the line of property now or late of Robert B. Paull and wife, said point being 10 feet East of the western line of Lot No. 26; thence in a northwardly direction and parallel with the western line of Lot No. 26 and through the center of said Lot No. 26, 102 feet to Zenith Street; thence eastwardly along the southern line of said Zenith Street, 50 feet to the western line of Lot No. 32; thence southwardly along the western line of said Lot No. 32, 102 feet to the northern line of Duke Street; thence in a westwardly direction along the northern line of Duke Street, 50 feet to a point, the place of beginning. Being the eastern 10 feet of Lot No. 26 and all of Lot Nos. 28 and 30 of Plan of Lots known as Greenwood Addition, said Plan being recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plan Book “H”, Page 9. Having thereon erected a dwelling known and numbered as 2622 Duke Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Being the same premises which Fay R. Loser, single woman of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by her Deed June 30, 1999, recorded July 8, 1999, in the Office for the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book 3449, Page 527, granted and conveyed unto Ut Van Vo and Lien Tat, the Grantors herein. Title to said Premises vested in Jacob B. Pierce by Deed from Ut Van Vo and

Lien Tat, husband and wife dated 07/15/05 and recorded 07/22/05 in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds in Book 6102, Page 64. Property Address 2622 Duke Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Tax Parcel Number: 13073-014. Seized and sold as the property of Jacob B. Pierce under Judgment Number 2012-CV-03979. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 74 THOMAS A. CAPEHART Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $432,931.27

ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern side of Huntsmen Drive at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 3 and 21, as shown on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence North 61 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East, 53.27 feet to a point; thence by a curve to the right, having a radius of 200 feet, an arc length of 168.11 feet to a point; thence South 70 degrees 50 minutes 22 seconds East, 22.03 feet to a point; thence by a curve to the right, having a radius of 25 feet, an arc length of 36.14 feet to a point on the western side of Willoughby Road; thence by a curve to the right, having a radius of 375 feet, an arc length of 23.76 feet to a point; thence continuing along same, South 08 degrees 20 minutes 58 seconds West, 169.81 feet to a point; thence by a curve to the left, having a radius of 350 feet, an arc length of 39.13 feet to a point; thence continuing along same, South 14 degrees 45 minutes 20 seconds West, 20.58 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 2 and 3, on said Plan; thence along said dividing line, North 81 degrees 42 minutes 17 seconds West, 237.66 feet to a point at line of Lot No. 21; thence along the dividing line between Lots Nos. 21 and 3, North 08 degrees 17 minutes 43 seconds East, 213.77 feet to a point on the southern side of Huntsmen Drive, being the point and place of BEGINNING. UNDER AND SUBJECT to Declaration of Restrictions recorded in Record Book 912, page 5. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rightsof-way of record. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a dwelling house known and numbered as 6495 Huntsmen Drive, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING TAX MAP NO. 35072-124. PREMISES BEING known as 6495 Huntsmen Drive, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania 17111. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Kerri Fox, as Mortgagor and Real Owner and Ata Zandieh, as Reputed Real Owner, under Judgment No. 2011-CV-9088. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Jeffrey A. Dillow and Angela C. Dillow by Deed dated January 27, 2006 and recorded on January 30, 2006 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for the County of Dauphin at Instrument #20060003457, granted and conveyed unto Kerri Fox, married woman, the within mortgagor, her heirs and assigns. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 75 BRETT A. SOLOMON Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $103,809.13

ALL that certain lot or parcel of land situate in the Middletown Borough, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and being more particularly described as follows: PREMISES being known as 342 South Catherine Street, Middletown, Pennsylvania 17057. BEGINNING at a point on the east side of Catherine Street at the corner of the property now or late of Levi Caln; thence in an easterly direction along the said property 100 feet to a ten feet wide alley; thence in a northerly direction 20 feet to the property now or late of George L. Rutter; thence in a westerly direction along the last named property and through the middle of the partition wall 100 feet to Catherine Street aforesaid; thence in a southerly direction 20 feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING the same property granted and conveyed unto Christopher M. Stickle and Charity L. Stickle, husband and wife, by Deed

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C-6 - THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Continued From Section C, Page 5 of John DiFrancesco and Rose DiFrancesco, husband and wife, dated August 15, 2007, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania on August 16, 2007 at Instrument No. 20070033210. DAUPHIN COUNTY PARCEL NO. 47-003-022. Seized and sold as the property of Christopher M. Stickle and Charity L. Stickle under judgment #2012-CV7840. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 76 SHAWN M. LONG Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $38,626.27 ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel or lot of ground with improvements thereon erected, situate in the Thirteenth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern side of 27th Street 102 feet north of the northeastern corner of 27th and Woodlawn Streets; thence in a northerly direction along the eastern side of 27th Street 19 feet to a point; thence in an easterly direction in a line at right angles to the eastern side of 27th Street and in part through the center of the partition wall between the premises herein conveyed and those next adjoining on the North 90 feet to a point; thence in a southerly direction in a line parallel with the eastern side of 27th Street 19 feet to point; thence in a westerly direction in line at right angles to the eastern side of 27th Street 90 feet to the eastern side of 27th Street, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON erected a two and one-half story brick and stucco dwelling known as 709 South 27th Street. SUBJECT to all covenants, restrictions, reservations, easements, conditions and rights appearing of record; and subject to any state of facts an accurate survey would show. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Jessica Linda Mitchell f/k/a Jessica Linda Bowman and Richard Eric Mitchell, husband and wife by deed dated March 13, 1998 and recorded March 18, 1998 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book 3058, Page 191, granted and conveyed unto Leslie T. Speaks, his heirs and assigns. PARCEL ID: 13-077-011. SEIZED IN EXECUTION as the property of Leslie T. Speaks on Judgment No. 2012-CV-2421. Property Address: 709 South 27th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 77 MARGARET GAIRO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $185,472.59 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in Middle Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, being bounded and described according to a plan made by Grove Associates as follows, to wit; BEGINNING at a point on the south side of a 50 foot right of way at the dividing line between Lots No. 13 and 14 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots; thence along the south side of a 50 foot right of way the following 2 courses and distances; (1) North 77° 10’ 09” East the distance of 86.65 feet; (2) North 77° 50’ 50” East the distance of 63.35 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 12 and 13 on said plan; thence along said dividing line South 12° 49’ 51” East the distance of 691.84 feet to a point; thence South 59° 30’ 03” West the distance of 64.92 feet; thence South 61° 11’ 27” West the distance of 91.68 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots No. 13 and 14 on said plan; thence along said dividing line North 12° 49’ 51” West the distance of 737.53 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 13 on plan for Glenn H. Stricker as recorded in Plan Book L-3, page 71, Dauphin County record. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to restrictions as recorded in Record Book 182, page 358. TAX PARCEL NO. 43013-027. Premises Being: 1931 Clarks Valley Road, Dauphin, Pennsylvania 17018. BEING the same premises which Glenn H. Stricker and Shirley M. Stricker, his wife by Deed dated February 4, 1981 and recorded February 17, 1981 in Deed Book 191, Page 261, in the Dauphin County Recorders Office, granted and conveyed unto

Linda S. Herman and Robert E. Herman, Jr. Seized and sold as the property of Linda S. Herman and Robert E. Herman, Jr. under judgment #2012-CV3851. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 78 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $167,581.53 ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN tracts or parcels of land situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: Tract No. 1 BEGINNING at a point on the western side of Orchard Drive, also known as Legislative Route 22018 of the Pennsylvania State Highway System, said point being at the dividing line between premises herein conveyed and property now or late of Vincent I. Boyle, et ux; thence westwardly parallel with Pine Street, a distance of two hundred eight (208) feet to a stake on line of land now or late of Lester Sheaffer; thence northwardly parallel with Orchard Drive along said land now or late of Lester Sheaffer, eighty-five (85) feet to a point; thence eastwardly parallel with Pine Street, a distance of two hundred eight (208) feet, more or less, to said Orchard Drive, aforesaid; thence southwardly along Orchard Drive, one hundred six (106) feet to a point, being the Place of BEGINNING. Tract No. 2 BEGINNING at a point on the northern right-of-way of Orchard Drive, North 45 degrees, 8 minutes East, one hundred forty-eight (148) feet from the northwest corner of Pine Street and Orchard Drive; thence continuing along said right-of-way, North 45 degrees 8 minutes East, fifty (50) feet to a point; thence along lands now or late of Sherry L. Rhodes (N/K/A Sherry L. Willard) and David T. Williard, her husband, North 44 degrees 52 minutes West, two hundred eight (208) feet to an iron pipe on land now or late of Lester Sheaffer; thence the three following courses and distances along said lands now or late of Lest Sheaffer, South 45 degrees 8 minutes West, forty (40) feet to an iron pipe; thence South 44 degrees 52 minutes East, sixty (60) feet to an iron pipe; thence South 45 degrees 8 minutes West, ten (10) feet to an iron pipe at the northeast corner of other lands now or late of Peter R. Omaggio; thence South 44 degrees 52 minutes East, one hundred forty-eight (148) feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Linda M. Pyle, single woman, by Deed from Jeffrey J. Schach and Amy L. Schach, (f/k/a Amy L. Meckley), h/w, dated 11/02/2007, recorded 11/14/2007 in Instrument Number 20070045563. TAX PARCEL NO.: 63-045033, 63-045-103. PREMISES BEING: 901 ORCHARD DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17113-1332. Seized and sold as the property of Linda M. Pyle under judgment #2012-CV4902. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 79 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $42,657.05 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, tract of land, parcel, piece of ground with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situated in the 15th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of Dunkle Street Two Hundred Twenty (220) feet distant northwardly from the northern line of Brookwood Street and running; thence northwardly along the western line of said Dunkle Street, Sixteen (16) feet six (6) inches to a point at the southern line of property now known as 540 Dunkle Street, thence westwardly along the last mentioned line and through the center of the partition wall between said property and the property herein described, One Hundred Fifteen (115) feet to Hetrick Street; thence southwardly along the eastern line of said Hetrick Street, Sixteen (16) feet Six (6) inches to a point of the northern line of property now known as 544 Dunkle Street and thence eastwardly along the last mentioned line One Hundred Fifteen (115) feet to Dunkle Street, the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Christopher D. Sherrick and Teresa M. Sherrick, his wife, by Deed from Sandra R. Burkheimer, dated 05/29/1996, recorded 05/30/1996 in Book 2627,

Page 465. TAX PARCEL NO.: 13033-020. PREMISES BEING: 542 DUNKLE STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2337. Seized and sold as the property of Christopher D. Sherrick and Teresa M. Sherrick under judgment #2012-CV-4725. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

ISES IS VESTED IN JOHN F. MCWHITE AND MARY H. MCWHITE, HIS WIFE BY DEED FROM WILLIAM M. SCHWARZ AND VIOLET L. SCHWARZ, HIS WIFE DATED 2/3/72 RECORDED 2/3/72 IN DEED BOOK X57 PAGE 605. Seized and sold as the property of John F. McWhite under judgment #2001-CV-04694. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 80 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $373,356.22

SALE NO. 82 STUART WINNEG Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $58,361.09

ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel or piece of land situate in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEING LOT NO. 13 on Plan of Fishburn Fieldcrest, recorded in Dauphin County Plan Book A, Volume 2, Page 68, also known as 127 Harvard Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania. BEGINNING at a point in the intersection of the centerlines of Legislative Route 22007 and Harvard Avenue on the Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence along the centerline of Legislative Route 22007, South twenty-eight (28) degrees thirty-seven (37) minutes East, one hundred (100) feet to a point in the division line between Lots Nos. 12 and 13; thence along said division line, North sixtyone (61) degrees twentythree (23) minutes East, one hundred sixty-five and forty hundredths (165.40) feet to a point in the western line of Lot No. 15; thence along a portion of the western line of Lot No. 15 and along the western line of Lot No. 14, North forty-one (41) degrees twenty-seven (27) minutes West, one hundred nineteen and seventy-five hundredths (119.75) feet to a point in the centerline of Harvard Avenue; thence along said line of Harvard Avenue by a curve to the right, the arc distance of one hundred forty-nine and sixty hundredths (149.60) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. SUBJECT to restrictions as set forth in prior deeds. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Christopher Therit and Kimberly A. Therit, h/w, by Deed from Luttrell Homes, Inc., dated 12/14/2007, recorded 12/27/2007 in Instrument Number 20070051121. TAX PARCEL NO.: 24062-029. Property Address: 127 Harvard Avenue, Hershey, PA 17033-8819. Seized and sold as the property of Christopher D. Therit and Kimberly A. Therit under judgment #2012-CV3969. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

All that certain piece or parcel of land, situate in the 8th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof made by William B. Whittock, Registered Engineer, dated march 13, 1961, as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Southern line of Forster Street, which point is one hundred sixty-eight and five-tenths feet Eastward from the Southeastern corner of Forster and Seventeenth Streets; thence extending along Forster Street, North seventy-nine degrees thirty minutes East twenty-three and twenty-five one-hundredths feet to a point on the Northern line of Brown Street (twenty feet wide); thence extending along Brown Street South seventy-nine degrees thirty minutes West three and seventy-five one hundredths feet to a point where Brown Street becomes thirty feet wide; thence extending along the right of way line of Brown Street North ten degrees thirty minutes West five feet to a point on the Northern line of said Brown Street (thirty feet wide); thence extending along said Northern line South seventy-nine degrees thirty minutes West nineteen and five-tenths feet to a corner of premises known as No. 1713 Forster Street; thence along said premises and passing through the center of a partition wall North ten degrees thirty minutes West one hundred five feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a two and one-half story brick dwelling known BEING KNOWN AS: 1715 FORSTER STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17103. PROPERTY ID NO.: 08005-012. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN WALTER BARBER AND LILLIE M. BARBER, HIS WIFE BY DEED FROM NATHAN H. WATERS, JR. AND BETTY L. WATERS, HIS WIFE DATED 02/25/1976 RECORDED 02/27/1976 IN DEED BOOK N62 PAGE 28. Seized and sold as the property of Lillie M. Barber under judgment #2011-CV-07895. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 81 ELANA B. FLEHINGER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $44,929.24 ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE IN THE TENTH WARD OF THE CITY OF HARRISBURG, IN THE COUNTY OF DAUPHIN, AND THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, MORE PARTICULARLY BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF FOURTH STREET, ONE HUNDRED SIXTY (160) FEET, MORE OR LESS, SOUTH OF THE SOUTHERN LINE OF SENECA STREET; THENCE EASTWARDLY AT RIGHT ANGLES TO FOURTH STREET ALONG THE LINE OF PROPERTY NOW OR LATE OF HELEN MAY BATTEN HOOVER, ET VIR, BEING LOT NUMBER 116 ON THE PLAN OF LOTS HEREINAFTER MENTIONED, ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE (135) FEET TO ATLAS STREET (FORMERLY CALLED COTTAGE AVENUE); THENCE SOUTHWARDLY ALONG THE WESTERN LINE OF SAID ATLAS STREET FORTY (40) FEET TO LINE OF THE PROPERTY NOW OR LATE OF WILLIAM TYLER DOUGLAS, ET UX, BEING LOT NUMBER 119 ON SAID PLAN; THENCE WESTWARDLY ALONG SAID LOT LINE AT RIGHT ANGLES WITH ATLAS STREET ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE (135) FEET TO FOURTH STREET; AND THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG THE EASTERN LINE OF FOURTH STREET FORTY (40) FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING LOTS NUMBERS 117 AND 118 ON THE PLAN OF LOTS LAID OUT BY “THE HARRISBURG LAND AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION”, WHICH PLAN IS RECORDED IN THE OFFICE FOR THE RECORDING OF DEEDS IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF DAUPHIN, AT HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, IN PLAN BOOK “A”, PAGE 37. BEING KNOWN AS: 2331 North Fourth Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. PROPERTY ID NO.: 10038-023. TITLE TO SAID PREM-

SALE NO. 83 JAMES H. CURRY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $32,171.65 ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND AND PREMISES, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE TOWNSHIP OF SUSQUEHANNA, IN THE COUNTY OF DAUPHIN AND COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, MORE PARTICULARLY BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT; BEGINNING AT A POINT AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LONG ALLEY AND ELM ALLEY ON THE PLAN, OF LOTS HEREINAFTER REFERRED FOR TO, THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG THE EASTERN LINE OF LONG ALLEY 30 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE IN AN EASTWARDLY DIRECTION PARALLEL WITH ELM ALLEY 75 FEET TO A STAKE ON THE EASTERN LINE OF LOT NO. 80 ON PLAN OF LOTS HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO; THENCE ALONG SAID LINE IN A SOUTHWARDLY DIRECTION 30 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTHERN LINE OF ELM ALLEY 75 FEET TO A POINT, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING A PORTION OF LOTS NOS. 78, 79 AND 80 IN BOOK “C” ON PLAN OF LOTS LAID OUT BY EDWARD R. PIERCE KNOWN AS GREENHILL PLAN OF LOTS, WHICH PLAN IS RECORDED IN PLAN BOOK “C’ PAGE 52 IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS OF DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. PPN: 62-015-009 . DIANE M. JENSEN, A MARRIED WOMAN. 603 1/2 BROOK STREET, HARRISBURG PA 17110. Loan Reference Number: 36048/1014. First American Order No: 43890103. Seized and sold as the property of Dennis E. Miller, Jr. as executor of the estate of Diane M. Jensen under judgment #2012-CV-06186. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin

County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 84 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $59,398.23 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of land situate in the 10th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in accordance with a survey by Gerrit Betz, Registered Surveyor dated September 29, 1972 and being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western line of Waldo Street; said point being by same measured in a southwesterly direction a distance of 89.82 feet from the southwest corner of Waldo Street and Division Street; thence South 12 degrees 42 minutes East 33.42 feet to a p.k. nail; thence South 77 degrees 18 minutes West along the northern line of lands of Alphonso A. Britt and being through the centerline of a partition wall and beyond a distance of 77.10 feet to a drill hole on the center line of a 4 feet wide concrete alley; thence north 11 degrees 16 minutes 40 seconds West along said center line of alley; 33.43 feet to a p.k. nail on same; thence North 77 degrees 18 minutes East along the southern line of lands of William Porter and being along the center line of another 4 feet wide alley 76.27 feet to a p.k. nail on the western line of Waldo Street, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED A DWELLING KNOWN AS 2710 WALDO STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110. TAX PARCEL: 10-006033. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Rayna N. Lemelle and Brian Lemelle, wife and husband, by deed dated 10/30/08 and recorded 11/18/08 in Dauphin County Instrument No. 2008-0041897, granted and conveyed unto Brandon J. Porter. UNDER AND SUBJECT to restrictions and conditions of record. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF BRANDON J. PORTER under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6108. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 85 LOUIS P. VITTI Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $219,374.42 All that certain parcel of land situated in the Fifth Ward, City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being known and designated as follows: BEGINNING at the Northeastern corner of Cumberland and Susquehanna Streets; thence Eastwardly along the Northern Line of Cumberland Street, 15 feet more or less, to the center of the partition wall between houses numbered 268 and 270 Cumberland Street; thence Northwardly through the center of said partition wall and beyond, 60 feet to a point; thence Westwardly parallel with Cumberland Street, 15 feet more or less, to the Eastern line of Susquehanna Street; and thence Southwardly along the Eastern line of Susquehanna Street, 60 feet to the place of beginning. Having erected thereon a dwelling known as 268 Cumberland Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102. Parcel No: 05-006-013. Being the premises which Bric-Kin Group General Partnership by deed dated 07/25/07 and recorded 08/01/07 in the Recorder of Deeds Office of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Instrument No. 20070030854, granted and conveyed unto Michael P. Clarke. Seized and sold as the property of Michael P. Clarke under judgment #2012-CV5550. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 86 JOSEPH K. REJENT Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $92,286.36 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the Second (formerly Middle) Ward of the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a corner of the lot of ground, now or formerly of the estate of Ellen Snavely on the South side of Water Street; thence southwardly along said Snavely

land, 200 feet more or less, to the line of land now or late of Joseph M. Nisely; thence Eastwardly along the line of said Nisely land, 30 feet to a post at the corner of lot, now or late of Ellen J. Ackerman; thence Northwardly along the line of said Ackerman lot, 200 feet more or less, to Water Street; thence Westwardly along the Southern side of Water Street, 30 feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a dwelling house known as No. 54 E. Water Street. BEING the same premises which Craig J. Conklin and Linda N. Conklin, Husband And Wife, by Deed dated March 31, 2004 and recorded April 21, 2004 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 5460 Page 533, granted and conveyed unto Mohamed Afghan, a single man. PARCEL NO. 41-004-006. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Mohamed Afghan, under Judgment No. 2012CV-4939. Property Address: 54 East Water Street, Middletown, PA 17057. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 87 MICHAEL McKEEVER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $111,844.85 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, parcel, piece of ground with the buildings thereon erected situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the southeast corner of Clearfield and 69th Street; thence along the southern line of Clearfield Street, North Eighty-seven (87) degrees Fifty-one (51) minutes East, a distance of Forty-two and five hundredths (42.05) feet to a point; thence by a line through the center of a partition wall dividing houses numbered 6915 and 6905 and beyond South Two (2) degrees Nine (9) minutes East, a distance of One Hundred Twenty (120) feet to a point at the lands now or late of Martin T. Vranicar and Minerva Vranicar, his wife; thence along same, South Eighty-seven (87) degrees Fifty-one (51) minutes West a distance of Thirty-five and Fifty-five hundredths (35.55) feet to a point at the eastern line of 69th Street; thence along same, North Five (5) degrees Fifteen (15) minutes West, a distance of One Hundred Twenty and Eighteen Hundredths (120.18) feet to the place of Beginning. BEING part of Lot No. 13, section A, Plan of Martin Manor, recorded in plan Book X, Page 5. BEING known as 6905 ClearfieId Street. Parcel # 63-020-204. Property Address: 6905 Clearfield Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Seized and sold as the property of Rahsaan A. Robinson and Jimella I. Robinson under judgment #2012-CV-5257. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 88 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $79,358.92 All that certain, lot, parcel, piece of ground situate in the 13th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described according to a survey made by Ernest J. Walker, Registered Professional Engineer, dated July 5, 1972, as follows, to wit: Beginning at a railroad spike on the westerly side of South 27th Street Forty (40) feet wide at the distance of Eighty (80) feet measured southwestwardly from the southwest corner of Watson Street; thence extending from the point of beginning along said side of South 27th Street, Seven (7) degrees West Forty (40) feet to a railroad spike; thence extending along lands now or late of the City of Harrisburg, North Eighty-three (83) degrees West, One Hundred (100) feet to a point on the easterly side of Philco Street (unopened); thence extending along the same, North Seven (7) degrees East, Forty (40) feet to a point; thence extending along lands now or late of Anna L. Baptisti, South Eighty-three (83) degrees East, One Hundred (100) feet to the place of beginning. Being Lot Nos. 38 and 39 on a Plan of Old Orchard Annex, recorded in Plan Book “G”, Page 67. Title to said Premises vested in Rodney Snell by Deed from Gary Neff, Inc. a Pennsylvania Corporation dated July 21, 1999 and recorded on August 3, 1999 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds in Book 3470, Page 305. Property Address 806 South 27th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Tax Parcel Number: 13-

094-027. Seized and sold as the property of Rodney Snell under Judgment Number 2008-CV-14433. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 89 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $55,552.79 ALL that certain piece or parcel of land, situate on the north side of Vernon Street, in the Ninth Ward, City of Harrisburg, aforesaid, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING on the north side of Vernon Street, aforesaid at the eastern corner of property now or formerly of S. D. Cassell, known as No. 1352 Vernon Street; thence northwardly along line of last mentioned property one hundred fifteen (115) feet to Mayflower (formerly Florence) Alley; THENCE eastwardly along said alley, twenty-three (23) feet to the western line of property now or late of John P. Miller, known as No. 1356 Vernon Street; THENCE southwardly along line of last mentioned property one hundred fifteen (115) feet to Vernon Street, aforesaid; THENCE westwardly along Vernon Street twenty-three (23) feet to the Place of BEGINNING. WHEREON is erected a frame dwelling, known as No. 1354 Vernon Street. IT BEING part of Lot No. 28 in Plan of Lots laid out by the Homestead Aid Association. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Moses M. Wise and Catherine M. Wise, his wife, by Deed from John B. Wierman and Dorothy D. Wierman, his wife, dated 10/25/1982, recorded 10/25/1982 in Book 327, Page 237. By virtue of MOSES N. WISE A/K/A MOSES M. WISE’s death on or about 09/14/2009, his ownership interest was automatically vested in the surviving tenant by the entirety. TAX PARCEL NO.: 09061-026. PREMISES BEING: 1354 VERNON STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-1179. Seized and sold as the property of Catherine M. Wise under judgment #2012CV-3965. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 90 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $196,670.56 ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN tracts of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, being all of Lot No. 2, the southern portion of Lot No. 3, all of Lot No. 27, the southern portion of Lot No. 26, on Plan of Lots known as ‘Poplar Gardens’, which Plan is recorded in the Recorder’s Office of Dauphin County, in Plan Book ‘K’, Page 92, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: TRACT NO. 1 BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of Rutherford Road, said point being the dividing line between Lots Nos. 1 and 2 on the aforementioned Plan; thence northwardly along the eastern line of Rutherford Road, 64 feet to a point at line of lands now or late of George Hess; thence eastwardly along last mentioned line, 125 feet to a point at line of Lot No. 26 on said Plan; thence southwardly along last mentioned line of Lot No. 26, and continuing along line of Lot No. 27, 64 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 1 and 2 on the aforementioned Plan; thence westwardly along last mentioned line, 125 feet to a point on the eastern line of Rutherford Road, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a two-story masonry dwelling house known as 12 Rutherford Road, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING all of Lot No. 2, and the southern 2 feet of Lot No. 3 on the aforesaid Plan of Lots. TRACT NO. 2 BEGINNING at a point on the western line of Beverly Drive at the northern line of Lot No. 28, said line being the dividing line between Lots Nos. 27 and 28 on the aforesaid Plan; thence northwardly along the western line of Beverly Drive, 75 feet to a point at line of lands now or late of George Hess; thence westwardly along last mentioned line, 166 feet, more or less, to a point on the eastern line of Lot No. 3; thence southwardly along the eastern line of Lot No. 3, and continuing beyond along the eastern line of Lot No. 2, 84 feet to a point at the northern line of Lot No. 28 aforesaid; thence eastwardly along the northern line of said Lot No. 28, 132 feet to a point on the western line of Beverly Drive, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a one and one-half story masonry building. BEING all of Lot No. 27,

and the southern portion of Lot No. 26 on the aforesaid Plan of Lots. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS Vested by Deed, dated 01/30/2004, given by Michael J. Malloy and Robin Malloy, husband and wife to Christopher J. Magness, single man and recorded 2/5/2011. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35060-189. PREMISES BEING: 12 RUTHERFORD ROAD, HARRISBURG, PA 17109-4529. Seized and sold as the property of Christopher J. Magness under judgment #2012-CV-4389. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 91 ROBERT W. CUSICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $141,933.14 ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage, tenement and tract of land situate in the Township of East Hanover, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern ultimate right-ofway line of Township Road T-475, known as Pheasant Road, and which point of beginning is referenced six hundred eight and twentyfour hundredths (608.24) feet south of the intersection of the ultimate eastern right of way line of Pheasant Road and Legislative Route 22053, known as South Meadow Lane; thence, from this point of beginning, along the dividing line between Lots Nos. 10 and Lot No. 9 of the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots, North 59 degrees 03 minutes 57 seconds East, 337.12 feet to a point at other land now or formerly of the Ridgeland Corporation; thence along other land now or formerly of the Ridgeland Corporation, South 30 degrees 56 minutes 03 seconds East, 198.64 feet to a point; thence continuing along other lands now or formerly of Ridgeland Corporation, South 59 degrees 03 minutes 57 seconds West, 360.39 feet to a point on the eastern ultimate right-of-way line of Pheasant Road; thence along the eastern ultimate right-of-way line of Pheasant Road, North 24 degrees 15 minutes 00 seconds West, 200 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 9 on Plan of Lots, recorded in Dauphin County, in Plan Book ‘O’, Volume 2, Page 26. BEING known and numbered as 396 Pheasant Road, Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. UNDER AND SUBJECT TO restrictions and conditions as now appear of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Tracy A. Cioffi, single woman, by Deed from Donald G. Meek, single man and Tracy A. Cioffi, single woman, as tenants in common, dated 10/21/2005, recorded 11/02/2005 in Book 6262, Page 469. TAX PARCEL NO.: 25019-034. PREMISES BEING: 396 PHEASANT ROAD, A/K/A 521 PHEASANT ROAD, H U M M E L S T O W N , PA 17036-7441. Seized and sold as the property of Tracy A. Cioffi under judgment #2012-CV-4218. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 92 DONALD L. KORNFIELD Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $93,538.03 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or lot of land and premises situate, lying and being in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point located on the eastern side of a 20 foot wide alley at the northwest corner of lands now or formerly of Clyde Taylor, et ux, which point is 140 feet north of the northeast corner of Jefferson Street and said alley; thence along the eastern line of said 20 foot wide alley, North 04 degrees West 150.58 feet to a point on the southern line of Elk Street Extended; thence through the lands now or formerly of Rudolph Dininni, North 79 degrees 12 minutes East 140.99 feet to a point at other lands now or formerly of Rudolph Dininni; thence through said lands, South 04 degrees East 167.27 feet to a point on the northern line of the Plan of Section “C” of Rutherford Manor, which Plan is recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book “S”, Page 21; thence along said last mentioned line, South 86 degrees West 140 feet to a point, the place of beginning. TOGETHER WITH the right of the Grantee herein, their heirs and assigns, to the use of a right of way 60 feet wide running from the eastern half of the 20 foot alley aforesaid eastwardly to the eastern line of the within

described tract extended for the purposes of ingress, egress and regress. UNDER AND SUBJECT TO all restrictions, easements, covenants, conditions and agreements of record. Having thereon erected a one story commercial building fitted out as a commercial caterer kitchen and office with detached frame garage, known and numbered as 435 Rear North Rudy Alley (69th Street) with an assessed address of 435 Rear North 69th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17111. BEING TAX PARCEL #63018-082. BEING the same real estate which Rudolph V. Dininni conveyed to Timothy J. Ferguson and Dawn M. Ferguson by deed dated March 9, 2007, and recorded at Dauphin County Instrument No. 20070009743. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Timothy J. Ferguson and Dawn M. Ferguson, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-5487-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 93 JOHN. M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $76,067.72

ALL that certain piece or parcel of ground with the frame house erected thereon, situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 21 and a portion of Lot No. 22 in Block ‘A’ on Plan of Lots laid out by Edward R. Pierce, Attorney-in-Fact, etc., known as ‘Green Hill’ Plan of Lots, which said Plan is recorded in Plan Book ‘C’, Page 52, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the East side of north Sixth Street at the northern line of Lot No. 20 on the plan aforesaid; thence northwardly along the East side of said North Sixth Street 21 feet and 9 inches, more or less, to a point on the division line of properties numbered 3731 and 3733 North Sixth Street; thence eastwardly along said division line and through the center of the division wall of said properties and beyond, 130 feet, more or less, to the West side of Long Alley; thence southwardly along the West side of Long Alley 21 feet and 9 inches more or less, to the northern line of Lot No. 20 aforesaid; thence westwardly along the northern line of said lot 130 feet, more or less, to the East side of North Sixth Street, the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Shani King, an adult individual, by Deed from Todd M. Gilbert, a married man, dated 02/14/2007, recorded 02/15/2007 in Instrument Number 20070006678. TAX PARCEL NO.: 62015-061. PREMISES BEING: 3871 NORTH 6TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-1521. Seized and sold as the property of Shani King under judgment #2012-CV-979. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 94 HEATHER RILOFF Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $65,783.95

ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more fully bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern side of Derry Street, distant westwardly 36 feet and 3 inches from the southwestern corner of 15th (formerly Sharon) Street and Derry Street; thence by lot late of Morris M. Strohm, southwardly through the center of partition wall and along the line of the lot aforesaid, 130 feet to Drummond Alley; thence westwardly along the line of said alley, 15 feet and 10 inches to other property late of the said Morris M. Strohm; thence northwardly through the center of a partition wall and along the line of said lot, 130 feet to Derry Street; and thence eastwardly along the southern line of Derry Street, 15 feet and 1 inch to the place of beginning. Being Parcel #02-014011. IMPROVEMENTS THEREON CONSIST OF: Residential Dwelling. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. granted and conveyed unto Sau V. Vo by Deed dated May 4, 2007 and recorded May 18, 2007 in Dauphin County Instrument #20070019829. Property Address: 1437 Derry Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. Seized and sold as the property of Sau V. Vo under judgment #2012-CV-7018. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and

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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - C-7 Continued From Section C, Page 6 claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 95 JOHN. M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $59,653.53 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded or described according to survey of D.P. Raffensperger, dated May 15, 1961, as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Westerly line of South 13th Street which point is eleven hundred seventy-nine and fifty-one one-hundredths (1179.51) feet South of the Southwesterly corner of 13th and Magnolia Streets and at dividing line between premises 1528 and 1530 South 13th Street; thence along the Westerly line of South 13th Street South fourteen (14) degrees fifty-one (51) minutes East eighteen (18) feet to a point at dividing line between Premises 1530 and 1532 South 13th Street; thence through the center of a partition wall and beyond along said dividing line South seventy-five (75) degrees nine (9) minutes West ninetyfour and fifty-four one-hundredths (94.54) feet to a point on the Easterly line of South 12th Street; thence along the Easterly line of South 12th Street North forty-three (43) degrees forty-one (41) minutes West five and forty-four one hundredths (5.44) feet to a point; thence further along the Easterly line of South 12th Street North thirty-nine (39) degrees ten (10) minutes West fourteen and fifty-two one-hundredths (14.52) feet to a point at dividing line between premises 1528 and 1530 South 13th Street aforesaid; thence through the center of a partition wall and beyond along said dividing line North seventy-five (75) degrees nine (9) minutes East one hundred three and sixteen one-hundredths (103.16) feet to a point the place of Beginning. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Carlinda J. Deweese, by Deed from Tax Claim Bureau, dated 07/01/2005, recorded 07/05/2005 in Book 6069, Page 156. TAX PARCEL NO.: 01035-218. PREMISES BEING: 1530 SOUTH 13TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-3109. Seized and sold as the property of Carlinda J. DeWeese under judgment #2012-CV-5286. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 96 JOHN. M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $66,281.24 ALL THOSE 2 CERTAIN Lots OR GROUND SITUATE IN THE BOROUGH OF STEELTON (FORMERLY SWATARA TOWNSHIP), DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA MORE PARTICULARLY BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS TO WIT: TRACT NO. 1: BEING Lot NO. 39, BLOCK ‘C’ FRONTING ON SECOND Street 25.00 FEET MORE OR LESS AND EXTENDING BACK THE SAME WIDTH 100.00 FEET MORE OR LESS TO RIVER ALLEY ON THE Plan OF Lots AS LAID OUT AND OF RECORD IN PLAT BOOK ‘A’ PAGE 66; BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH JAMES DONALD CAMERON. BEING THE SAME PREMISES CONVEYED 4/7/11 AND RECORDED IN DEED BOOK W VOLUME 14 PAGE 39. TRACT NO. 2: BEING Lot NO. 38, BLOCK ‘C’ OF CAMERON Plan AFORESAID SAID Lot BEING LOCATED ON THE Southwest SIDE OF North SECOND Street; ABOVE FRANKLIN Street AND HAVING A FRONTAGE OF 25.00 FEET MORE OR LESS ON SECOND Street AND EXTENDING BACK THE SAME WIDTH THROUGHOUT 100.00 FEET TO A PUBLIC (RIVER) ALLEY. BEING THE SAME CONVEYED DEED BOOK ‘X’ VOLUME 10 PAGE 251 6/12/01. BEING SUBJECT TO all restrictions, reservations and setback lines of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN: Krister L. Elliott, single person, by Deed from Burdell A. Cvijic, widow, dated 05/11/2000, recorded 05/17/2000, in Deed Book 3676, page 159. TAX PARCEL NO.: 60012-023. PREMISES BEING: 726 NORTH2NDSTREET,STEELTON, PA 17113-2107. Seized and sold as the property of Krister L. Elliott under judgment #2008-CV1268. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 97 JOHN. M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $78,583.90 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of Green Street; said point being two hundred fifty-two and five-tenths (252.5) feet in a northerly direction from the northeast corner of the intersection of Green Street and Woodbine Street; THENCE along the eastern line of Green Street, North eleven (11) degrees thirty (30) minutes West thirty-one and sixtenths (31.6) feet to a point; THENCE through the center of a partition wall separating the premises 2231 and 2233 Green Street, North seventyeight (78) degrees thirty (30) minutes East eighty-six (86) feet to a point; THENCE South eleven (11) degrees thirty (30) minutes East thirtyone and six-tenths (31.6) feet to a point; THENCE South seventy-eight (78) degrees thirty (30) minutes West eighty-six (86) feet to a point the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a two-story brick dwelling. UNDER AND SUBJECT to Acts of Assembly, county and municipal ordinances, rights of public utility and public service companies, existing restrictions and easements, visible or of record, to the extent that any persons or entities have acquired legal rights thereto. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Susan M. Coleman, single, by Deed from Nia M. Traynham, married, dated 05/30/2007, recorded 06/01/2007 in Instrument Number 20070021880. TAX PARCEL NO.: 10054-046. PREMISES BEING: 2231 GREEN STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110-1033. Seized and sold as the property of Susan M. Coleman under judgment #2012CV-3704. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 98 SALVATORE CAROLLO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $63,083.86 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel and tract of land and premises, situate, lying and being in Susquehanna Township, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of Sixth Street, 60 feet, more or less, South of the southeast corner of Sixth and High Streets; thence eastwardly through the center of a partition wall between two frame dwelling houses, 130 feet to Long Alley; thence southwardly along said Alley, 20 feet, more or less, to a line of Lot No. 46, Block “B”, on Plan of Lots known as “Green Hill”, said Plan being recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plan Book C, Page 52; thence westwardly along said line, 130 feet to Sixth Street; and thence northwardly along the eastern line of Sixth Street 20 feet, more or less, to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 47, Block “B”, on Plan of Lots aforesaid, and HAVING THEREON ERECTED the southern half of a double frame dwelling house, with garage in the rear, known as No. 3919 North Sixth Street. UNDER AND SUBJECT to easements, covenants, reservations, restrictions and rights of way of record. BEING KNOWN AS: 3919 NORTH 6TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110. PROPERTY ID NO.: 62015-044. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN CATHERINE W. WATSON, SINGLE WOMAN BY DEED FROM SHELLEY KALOKO, MARRIED WOMAN DATED 08/17/2007 RECORDED 09/06/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT #20070036062. Seized and sold as the property of Catherine W. Watson under judgment #2012-CV-06954. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 100 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $85,255.66 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land, situate in the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING on the northern side of Pine Street at a point 150 feet west of the corner of BaIley Street and at the southwestern corner of lot formerly of George H. Stoneseifer; thence northwardly along the line of Stoneseifer lot 100 feet, more or less, to the property for-

merly of Pennsylvania Steel Company, now Henry Martz; thence westwardly along line of last said property 40 feet to a point; thence southwardly on a line parallel to the Stoneseifer lot 100 feet, more or less, to Pine Street; thence eastwardly along line of Pine Street 40 feet to the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Jason B. Miller, by Deed from Frederick C. Prayer, Jr. and Terrie L. Prayer, h/w, dated 01/05/2007, recorded 01/09/2007 in Instrument Number 20070001161. TAX PARCEL NO.: 59012-012. PREMISES BEING: 223 PINE STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113-2364. Seized and sold as the property of Jason B. Miller under judgment #2012-CV-546. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 101 SHERRI J. BRAUNSTEIN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $115,518.89 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND AND PREMISES, SITUATE LYING AND BEING IN THE BOROUGH OF LYKENS IN THE COUNTY OF DAUPHIN AND COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: B E G I N N I N G AT T H E NORTHWEST CORNER OF NORTH SECOND STREET AND WEST STREET; THENCE WESTWARD, ALONG THE NORTH SIDE OF NORTH SECOND STREET, FIFTY (50’) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO LOT NO. 563; THENCE NORTHWARD, ONE HUNDRED FORTY (140’) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO AN ALLEY; THENCE EASTWARD (50’) FEET, MORE OR LESS,T0 WEST STREET; THENCE SOUTHWARD, ALONG THE WESTERN SIDE OF WEST STREET, ONE HUNDRED FORTY (140’) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY AN ALLEY; ON THE EAST BY WEST STREET; ON THE SOUTH BY NORTH SECOND STREET; AND ON THE WEST BY PROPERTY OF WEBSTER E. HOOVER, ET UX. (FORMERLY EUGENE PINKERTON). BEING LOT NO. 564 ON THE PLAN OF SAID BOROUGH OF LYKENS, AS SAID OUT BY DANIEL HOFFMAN IN 1848 AND BY W.W. FORSTER IN 1863. PARCEL NO. 38-002-024. BEING KNOWN AS: 343 NORTH SECOND STREET, LYKENS, PA 17048. PROPERTY ID NO.: 38002-024. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN LISA M. FERRON AND STEVEN J. FERRON, WIFE AND HUSBAND BY DEED FROM LISA M. FERRON, FORMERLY KNOWN AS LISA M. REINER/LISA M. WERTZ DATED 06/25/2007 RECORDED 07/09/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT NUMBER: 20070027181. Seized and sold as the property of Lisa M. Ferron and Steven J. Ferron under judgment #2011-CV-07750. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 102 MICHAEL McKEEVER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $92,632.08 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of land situate in the Borough of Royalton, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the south side of Shippen Street sixty (60) feet West of the Southwest corner of Shippen and Wyoming Streets in the division line between Lot Nos. 101 and 103 on the Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence Southwardly along said division line, one hundred twenty-two (122) feet to the division line between Lot Nos. 101 and 102 on said Plan; thence Westwardly along the same, thirty (30) feet to a point in the middle of Lot NO. 101; thence Northwardly through the middle of said lot and through the center of the partition wall separating the house erected on the premises herein described from the houses adjoining on the West, one hundred twenty-two (122) feet to the South side of Shippen Street; thence Eastwardly along the South side of Shippen Street, thirty (30) feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING the eastern one-half of Lot No. 101 on the plan of Port Royal, now part of the Central Plan of the Borough of Royalton. Parcel# 54-003-067. Property address: 418 Shippen Street, Middletown, PA 17057. Seized and sold as the property of Dawn M. Barb under judgment #2012-CV-5772. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of pro-

posed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 103 JOHN. M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $142,733.20 TRACT NO. 1 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point at the southwestern corner of Rose Avenue and a 12 foot wide alley as shown on the hereinafter mentioned Plan; THENCE along the southern side of Rose Avenue South 68 degrees 36 minutes West 130 feet to a stake; THENCE South 22 degrees East 65 feet to a stake at the northern line of other land of the Grantors herein; THENCE along said line North 68 degrees 36 minutes East 130 feet to the western side of the 12 foot wide alley aforesaid; THENCE along said alley North 22 degrees West 65 feet to the place of BEGINNING TOGETHER with the right to use the aforesaid alley in common with the owners and occupiers of the lands abutting thereon. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to any and all covenants, conditions, easements, rights of way, restrictions and matters of prior record and any matter which a physical inspection or survey of the property would disclose. TRACT NO. 2 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of a 12 foot wide alley at the southern line of other land conveyed by deed dated May 9, 1957 and recorded in Deed Book B, Volume 42, Page 163 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County; THENCE along said line South 68 degrees 36 minutes West 130 feet to a stake; THENCE South 22 degrees East 10 feet to a stake at the northern line of land now or formerly of Grantors herein; THENCE along said line North 68 degrees 36 minutes East 130 feet to the western side of said 12 foot wide alley; THENCE along said alley North 22 degrees West 10 feet to the place of BEGINNING. TOGETHER with the right to use the aforesaid alley in common with the owners and occupiers of the lands abutting thereon. TRACT NO. 3 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of a 12 foot wide alley at the southern line of other land now or formerly of Roy E. Howell and Jeannette M. Howell, which point is 75 feet South of the southern side of Rose Avenue; THENCE along said line South 68 degrees 45 minutes West 130 feet to a stake at the eastern side of a 12 foot wide alley; THENCE South along the eastern side of said alley 22 degrees East 169.8 feet to a stake at the northern line of land now or formerly of Lawrence Reunion; THENCE along said line North 59 degrees 5 minutes East 131.6 feet to the western side of the 12 foot wide alley aforesaid; THENCE along the western side of said Alley North 22 degrees West 147.77 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. TOGETHER with the right to use the aforesaid alley in common with the owners and occupiers of the lands abutting thereon. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN David L. Lockard and Sharon L. Lockard, h/w, by Deed from Dolores L. Murray, widow, dated 03/27/2008, recorded 04/02/2008 in Instrument Number 20080011614. TAX PARCEL NO. 1: 41004-042. TAX PARCEL NO. 2: 41004-051. TAX PARCEL NO. 3: 41004-052. PREMISES BEING: 108 ROSE AVENUE, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057-1849. Seized and sold as the property of David L. Lockard and Sharon L. Lockard under judgment #2010-CV-15526. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 104 SCOTT A. DIETTERICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $138,156.19 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon erected, located in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more specifically bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on

the Northeast corner of Pine and Main Streets; thence in a Northerly direction along the Eastern line of Pine Street, ninety-three (93) feet, more or less, to a point; thence in an Easterly direction parallel with Main Street, sixty (60) feet to a point; thence in a Southerly direction parallel with Pine Street, ninety-three (93) feet, more or less, to a point on the Northern line of Main Street; thence in a Westerly direction along the Northern line of Main Street, sixty (60) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. TOGETHER with the use of a twenty (20) foot wide alley at the rear of the Farmers Hotel, said alley to be used in common with the adjoining property owners. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a three (3) story brick building known as Farmers Hotel and numbered 101 East Main Street, Middletown, PA 17057. Seized and sold as the property of Elizabeth Heddy under Judgment No. 2009CV-02893. Parcel No. 42-025-028. BEING the same premises which Clark D. Meader, Jr. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Clark D. Meader by Deed dated January 16, 2007 and recorded on January 25, 2007 in and for Dauphin County, as Instrument Number 20070003608, granted and conveyed unto Elizabeth Heddy a/k/a Elizabeth T. Heddy. Property Address: 101 East Main Street, Middletown, PA 17057. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 105 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $59,054.17 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, together with the improvements thereon erected, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the south side of Rudy Street, 85 feet East of the Southeast corner of Rudy Street and South 19th Street, at the dividing line between property No. 1905 Rudy Street and property herein described; thence eastwardly along the southern side of Rudy Street, 20 feet to a point on the line of property No. 1909 Rudy Street; thence southwardly through the center line of a partition wall between said property and the property herein described, 100 feet to a point on the northern side of Sullivan Alley; thence westwardly along same, 20 feet to a point on line of Property No. 1905 Rudy Street, aforesaid; thence northwardly through the center line of the partition wall between properties 1905 Rudy Street and the Property herein described, 100 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED A DWELLING KNOWN AS 1907 RUDY ROAD, HARRISBURG, PA 17104. TAX PARCEL: 13-002004. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Anita R Frullani and George Wallace Robinson, Jr., wife and husband, by deed dated 08/08/2010 and recorded 08/18/2010 in Dauphin County Instrument No. 2010-0024053, granted and conveyed unto Marcellette N. Fraser. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all restrictions, reservations and rights of way of record or visible upon a view of the premises. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF MARCELLETTE N. FRASER under Judgment No. 2011-CV10974. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 106 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $98,608.16 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof, dated October , 1969, prepared by Roy M.H. Benjamin, Professional Engineer, as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the Northern side line of Brisban Street, said point being four hundred forty-six and sixty-two hundreds (446.62) feet in a Westerly direction from the northwestern corner of the intersection of Brisban Street and Lenker Road; thence along the northern line of Brisban Street, North eighty-one (81) degrees thirty-two (32) minutes West thirty-five (35) feet to a corner of Lot No. 101 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots;

thence through the center of a partition wall separating the premises herein described and the adjoining premises on the West, North eight (8) degrees twenty-eight (28) minutes East one hundred thirty-three (133) seconds East thirty-five (35) feet to a corner of Lot No. 103 on said Plan of Lots; thence South eight (8) degrees twentyeight (28) minutes West one hundred thirty-three (133) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 102 on the revised Plan of Harrisburg Estate, Inc., which Plan is recorded in Wall Map Book at Page 3, Dauphin County Records. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED A DWELLING KNOWN AS 3732 BRISBAN STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17111. TAX PARCEL: 63-006072. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Joy Mellott Bangert and Bruce Bangert, by deed dated 07/31/07 and recorded 08/03/07 in Dauphin County Instrument #2007-0031334, granted and conveyed unto Jaimie L. Darling. UNDER AND SUBJECT nevertheless to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights of way of record. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF JAMIE L. DARLING under Judgment No. 2012-CV-4178. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 107 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $38,046.05 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at an iron pin on the northeast corner of Wayne and Thirty-Second Streets, on Revised Harris Plan No. 5, which plan is recorded in Dauphin County Recorder’s Office in Plan Book “G”, Page 52; thence eastwardly along the northern line of Wayne Street one hundred (100) feet to line of Lot No. 75 on above mentioned plan; thence northwardly along line of Lot No. 75 on above mentioned plan one hundred (100) feet to the southern line of Ebony Street; thence westwardly along the southern line of Ebony Street, one hundred (100) feet to the eastward line of Thirty-Second Street on the above mentioned plan; thence southwardly along the eastern line of Thirty-Second Street, on above mentioned plan one hundred (100) feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lots Nos. 70, 71, 72, 73 and 74 on Revised Harris Plan. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED A DWELLING KNOWN AS 3200 WAYNE STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17111. TAX PARCEL: 63-026024. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH Alice M. Dillon, Executrix of the Estate of Earline E. Dillon by deed dated 02/25/04 and recorded 02/27/04 in Dauphin County Record Book 5389 Page 049, granted and conveyed unto Lachelle L. Dent. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF LACHELLE L. DENT under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6102-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 108 SCOTT A. DIETTERICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $112,527.69 ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots of ground situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at the northwest corner of State Street and Second Avenue on Plan of Lots hereinafter mentioned; thence in a northerly direction along the western side of Second Avenue, 60 feet to the northern line of Lot No. 94; thence in a westerly direction along the last mentioned line, 120 feet to the division line between Lots 153 and 94; thence southerly along said line and continuing along the division line between Lots 152 and 95, sixty (60) feet to State Street; thence in an easterly direction along the northern line of State Drive, 120 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lots 94 and 95 on

Plan of Oberlin Gardens, which Plan is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, in Plan Book G, Page 62. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a dwelling house known and numbered as 1151 Second Avenue, Oberlin, Pennsylvania 17113. Seized and sold as the property of Retressa Saunders a/k/a Retressa L. Vujasinovich a/k/a Retressa Vujasinovich under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6841. Parcel No. 63-029-076. BEING the same premises which Jesus M. Maldonado, a single man, by his Deed dated January 29, 2009 and recorded on February 11, 2009 in and for Dauphin County, as Instrument Number 20090003912, granted and conveyed unto Retressa Saunders a/k/a Retressa L. Vujasinovich a/k/a Retressa Vujasinovich. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 109 LEON P. HALLER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $106,512.22 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land with improvements thereon erected situate in the Seventh Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of Sixteenth Street which point is 40 feet South of the southwesterly corner of Sixteenth and Boas Streets and at southerly line of land now or formerly of Roland C. Wallower; thence along the westerly line of Sixteenth Street, South 12 degrees 00 minutes East 20 feet to a point at northerly line of land now or formerly of William S. Mech; thence through the center of a partition wall and beyond South 78 degrees 00 minutes West 100 feet to a point on the easterly line of May Street; thence along the same North 12 degrees 00 minutes West 20 feet to a point at southerly line of land now or formerly of Roland C. Wallower aforesaid; thence along the same North 78 degrees 00 minutes East 110 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED A DWELLING KNOWN AS 916 NORTH 16TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17103. TAX PARCEL: 07-096003. UNDER AND SUBJECT to all other restrictions, reservations, setback lines and rights of way of record. BEING THE SAME PREMISES WHICH PA Deals, LLC by deed dated 11/21/07 and recorded 11/27/07 in Dauphin County Instrument #2007-0047249, granted and conveyed unto Fabian T. Belgrave. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with prior grants and reservations of coal, oil, gas, mining rights of way, exceptions, conditions, restrictions and reservations of record, as the same may appear in this or prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF FABIAN T. BELGRAVE under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6106. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 110 CHRISTOPHER A. DeNARDO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $66,528.99 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, SITUATE in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and being described in accordance with a Plat of land made by R&R Associates, dated 11/19/1979, as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a re-bar on the Easterly side of North Sixth Street (80 feet wide), at a corner of lands now or late of Arthur Johnson, said point being measured along the said side of North Sixth Street from its point of intersection with the Northerly side of Woodland Street, the distance of 355 feet; THENCE extending from said point of beginning and along the said side of North Sixth Street, NORTH 02 degrees 15 minutes EAST, the distance of 40.00 feet to a re-bar, at a corner of lands of Selvey, SOUTH 87 degrees 45 minutes EAST, the distance of 95.00 feet to a re-bar, on the Westerly side of Marie Street (20 feet wide); THENCE extending along the said side of Marie Street, SOUTH 02 degrees 15 minutes WEST, the distance of 40.00 feet to a re-bar, at a corner of lands now or late of Arthur Johnson; THENCE extending along the last mentioned lands of Johnson, NORTH 87 degrees 45 minutes WEST, the distance of 95.00 feet to the first mentioned point and place of BEGINNING. BEING the same premises which James L. Mitchell, Acting Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, of Washington, D.C., acting

by and through the Federal Housing Commissioner, by deed dated 2/24/1975 and recorded 2/28/1975 in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book Volume 61 Page 220, granted and conveyed to William N. Hooper and Anna Theresa Hooper, his wife. 2975 North 6th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. 14-038-009. Seized and sold as the property of William N. Hooper and Anna Theresa Hooper under judgment #2010-CV08429. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 111 MARGARET GAIRO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $75,275.56 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land Situate in the 13th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the south side of Derry Street, which point is 100 feet East from the southeast corner of Derry Street and TwentyEighth Street at a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 5 and 6 on the Plan of Lots herein after referred to; thence in a southerly direction along Lot No. 5, 100 feet to Watson Avenue; thence in an Easterly direction along Watson Avenue, 20 feet to a point and Lot No. 7; thence in a northerly direction along Lot No. 7 at right angles to Derry Street, 100 feet to the southern side of Derry Street; thence in a westerly direction along the southern side of Derry Street, 20 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected the one-half part of a two story brick and stucco dwelling house known and numbered as 2811 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. THE tract herein described being Lot No. 6 on the Plan of Lots known as Melrose, laid out by Abram L. Groff, said Plan being recorded March 11, 1905, in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book D Page 2. TAX PARCEL NO. 13095-013. Premises Being: 2811 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17111. BEING the same premises which Daniel L. Galbraith and Beverly L. Galbraith by Deed dated September 12, 2006 and recorded September 15, 2006 in Deed Book Instrument #20060038172, in the Dauphin County Recorder’s Office, granted and conveyed unto Patricia A. Eckert. SEIZED, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of which Patricia A. Eckert, Mortgagor(s) herein, under Judgment No. 2008CV-6334. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 112 DAVID FEIN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $75,232.97 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of ground situate in Lower Paxton Township. Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described at follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point being the southwest corner of Lot #73; said point being located North 76 degrees 59 minutes 39 seconds East 51.00 feet from the centerline station 3+20.21 on Street B and also North 13 degrees 00 minutes 21 seconds West 18.29 feet; thence from said point of beginning by the western line of Lot #73 North 13 degrees 00 minutes 21 seconds West 18.29 feet to a point being the northwest corner of Lot #73 and the southwest corner of Lot #75; thence by the southern line of Lot #75 and partly through a partition wall, North 76 degrees 59 minutes 39 seconds East 51.20 feet to a point being the northeast corner of Lot #73 and the southeast corner of Lot #75; thence by the eastern line of Lot #73 South 13 degrees 00 minutes 21 seconds East 18.29 feet to a point being the southeast corner of Lot #73 and the northeast corner of Lot #71; thence by the southern line of Lot #73 and partly through a partition wall South 76 degrees 59 minutes 39 seconds West 51.20 feet to a point, the point and place of BEGINNING. Parcel # 35-103-082. Property address: 73 Fairfax Village, Harrisburg, PA 17112. Seized and sold as the property of Cindy L. Zeigler under judgment #2010-CV2510. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 113 LOUIS P. VITTI Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $145,201.85

All that certain parcel of land situate in the Township of Swatara, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being known and designated as follows: BEGINNING at a corner of land now or late of Daniel Garrett; thence Northwardly along a Public Road thirty (30) feet to a stake at land now or late of Dora M. Rhan; thence Eastwardly along land of the same two hundred (200) feet, more or less, to land now or late of Edward Gingrich; thence along land now or late of Edward Gingrich South thirty (30) feet to a stake at land now or late of Daniel Garrett; thence Southwestwardly along land now or late of Daniel Garrett two hundred erroneously set forth as (202) in prior owner deed, (200) feet to a point, the Place of beginning. Having erected thereon a dwelling known as 153 Pleasant View Road, Hummelstown, PA 17036. Parcel No. 63-023-039. Being the same premises which United Guaranty Residential Insurance Company, By: Chris Goodwin, Vice President and Sandy Watson, Asst. Secretary by deed dated 07/11/08 and recorded 07/29/08 in the Recorder of Deeds Office in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Instrument No. 20080028352, granted and conveyed unto Mark D. Morrison. Seized and sold as the property of Mark D. Morrison under judgment #2012-CV6149. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 115 JILL JENKINS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $107,274.81

All That Certain Tract Or Parcel Of Land Situate In The City Of Middletown, County Of Dauphin, And State Of Pennsylvania, Bounded And Described As Follows, To Wit: Beginning At A Stake In The Eastern Line Of Catherine Street Opposite The Center Of The Partition Wall Separating Houses Nos. 218 And 220 North Catherine Street; Thence Through The Center Of Said Partition Wall And Beyond North Seventy One And One Fourth (71-1/4) Degrees East One Hundred Fifty-Seven And Five Tenths (157.5) Feet To The Western Line Of Scott Alley; Thence Along Said Alley South Nineteen And One Half (19-1/2) Degrees East Nineteen And SeventyFive One-Hundredths (19.75) Feet To A Corner Of Lot No. 11 On The Plan Of Lots Hereinafter Mentioned; Thence By The Same South Seventy And One Fourth (70-1/4) Degrees West One Hundred Fifty Seven And Five Tenths (157.5) Feet To The Eastern Line Of Catherine Street; Thence Northwardly Along The Eastern Line Of Catherine Street; Thence Northwardly Along The Eastern Line Of Catherine Street Twenty And Thirty Five OneHundredths (20.35) Feet To The Place Of Beginning. Being The Southern Part Of Lot No. 12 In The Plan of Lots As Laid Out By George P. Watson, One Of The Executors Of John S. Watson, Deceased. Having Thereon Erected The Southern Half Part Of A Double Two Story Frame Dwelling House Known As No. 218 North Catherine Street, Middletown, Pennsylvania. Parcel #: 41-003-008. Property Address: 218 North Catherine Street, Middletown, PA 17057. Seized and sold as the property of Paul A. Keller and April R. Keller under judgment #2009-CV-13726 NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 116 ELANA B. FLEHINGER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $142,324.56

ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or Parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township of Lower Paxton in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: In accordance with a survey and plan thereof made by Gerrit J. Betz, Registered Surveyor, dated December 10, 1971, as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the west side of Care Street, said point being 67.85 feet north of the northwest corner of Middle Avenue and Care Street; thence along Lot No. 113 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots, north 85 degrees 10 minutes west, 140.93 feet to a corner of Lot No. 116 on said plan; thence along said Lot, north 4 degrees 50 minutes east, 74.94 feet to a corner of Lot No. 115

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C-8 - THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Continued From Section C, Page 7 on said plan; thence along said Lot, south 85 degrees 10 minutes east, 137.96 feet to a point on the west side of Care Street aforesaid; thence along the same, south 2 degrees 34 minutes west, 75 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 114 on Revised Plan of Hainlyn No. 4, which plan is dated January 3, 1962, and recorded in Plan Book “Z”, page 12, Dauphin County records. HAVING thereon erected a one story brick dwelling known as No. 202 Care Street. BEING the same premises which William A. Stock, widower, granted and conveyed unto Jean M. Vevreka, Single individual, by Indenture bearing date the 30th day of November, A.D. 1998, and recorded in the Office for the Recording of Deeds &, in and for the County of Dauphin, aforesaid in Deed Book 3272 page 561, in fee. BEING COUNTY TAX ID. NUMBER: 35-041-137. EXCEPTING THEREOUT AND THEREFROM (IF ANY) THE PREMISES AS MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING DEED; NONE. BEING KNOWN AS: 202 CARE STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17109. PROPERTY ID NO.: 35041-137. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN SYAFRUDDIN YUSUF, AN ADULT INDIVIDUAL BY DEED FROM JEAN M. VEVERKA, A SINGLE PERSON DATED 10/31/2003 AND RECORDED 11/05/2003 IN DEED BOOK 5244 PAGE 367. Seized and sold as the property of Syafruddin Yusuf under judgment #2012-CV03062. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 117 ELIZABETH L. WASSALL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $84,023.67 The land referred to in this commitment is described as follows: ALL that certain unexpired leasehold and term of years in and to all those certain lots or tract of land situate in the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, together with the improvements erected thereon, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the east side of North Union Street one hundred thirty (130) feet north of the northeast corner of North Union Street and Roosevelt Avenue; thence northwardly along the eastern side of Union Street eighty-five (85) ft. to a point, the center line of Lot No. 1, Block A on the hereinafter mentioned plan; thence eastwardly through said Lot No. 1, Block A, one hundred sixty (160) feet to a point on line of Lot No. 5, Block A; thence southwardly along the same eighty-five (85) feet to a point on line of Lot No. 3, Block A; thence westwardly along the same one hundred sixty (160) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING, BEING all of Lot No. 2, Block A and the southern one-half of Lot No. 1, Block A on the Plan of Oak Hills Addition No. 1 as the same remains of record in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds In and for Dauphin County and also in the Office of the Register of Wills in and for Dauphin County to No. 420, Year 1937. Under and subject, nevertheless to the reservations, restrictions, covenants and easements as the same are more fully set forth in the Recorder’s Office aforesaid in Miscellaneous Book “U”, Volume 5, page 83. And further under subject to the terms and conditions of the original lease wherein and whereby the Principal and Trustees of the Emaus Orphan House demised and let the premises of which the herein described tract is a part unto William M. Hollinger and Herbert O. Schaeffer for a term of ninety-nine (99) years commencing April 1, 1946 recorded in Miscellaneous Book “T”, Volume 5, page 465 including the lease rent therein reserved of $12.75 per annum. As described in Deed Book 1034, Page 98 Parcel #42-011-002. BEING KNOWN AS: 914 NORTH UNION STREET, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057. PROPERTY ID NO.; 42011-002. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN LEON F. SOSNOSKIE AND JACQUE L. SOSNOSKIE, HIS WIFE AND GOLDIE M. WEATHERBY, SINGLE WOMAN, AS JOINT TENANTS WITH THE RIGHT OF SURVIVORSHIP BY DEED FROM B. EDWARD TREIBLY, WIDOWER DATED 09/25/1987 RECORDED 11/12/1987 IN DEED BOOK 1034 PAGE 98. Seized and sold as the property of Jacque L. Sosnoskie and Leon F. Sosnoskie under judgment #2012-CV03048. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions

will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 118 SALVATORE CAROLLO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $166,936.13 ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE LOT 4 POND VIEW FINAL SUBDIVISION PHASE II PBV M-4/65 LOWER PAXTON TWP., DAUPHIN CO., PA. 6466 HEATHERFIELD WAY, HARRISBURG, PA. TAX PARCEL #35-110-004. ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PIECE OF GROUND SITUATE IN LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A PIN ON THE NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF HEATHERFIELD WAY, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT NO. 5 ON THE HEREINAFTER MENTIONED PLAN OF LOTS; THENCE ALONG SAID NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF HEATHERFIELD WAY, NORTH 65 DEGREES 12 MINUTES 16 SECONDS WEST, 47.29 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF HEATHERFIELD WAY; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF HEATHERFIELD WAY BY A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 390.00 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH OF 27.71 FEET TO A POINT AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT NO. 3 ON THE HEREINAFTER PLAN OF LOTS; THENCE ALONG THE EASTERN LINE OF SAID LOT NO. 3 NORTH 20 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 27 SECONDS EAST, 189.32 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WESTERN LINE OF LOT NO. 63 PLAN OF HEATHERFIELD, PHASE II, SECTION II; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG THE WESTERN LINE OF LOT NO. 63 AND LOT NO. 62 ON THE PLAN OF HEATHERFIELD, SOUTH 35 DEGREES 15 MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST, 102.05 FEET TO A POINT AT THE NORTHWESTERN CORNER OF LOT NO. 5 ON THE HEREINAFTER MENTIONED PLAN OF LOTS; THENCE ALONG THE WESTERN SIDE OF LOT NO. 5, SOUTH 24 DEGREES 47 MINUTES 44 SECONDS WEST, 136.92 FEET TO A PIN, THE POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING LOT NO. 4 ON FINAL SUBDIVISION PLAN FOR POND VIEW, PHASE II, AS RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS IN AND FOR DAUPHIN COUNTY IN PLAN BOOK M-4, PAGE 65. BEING KNOWN AS: 6466 HEATHERFIELD WAY, HARRISBURG, PA 17112. PROPERTY ID NO.: 35110-004. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN JEANETTE GOODRICH, A SINGLE WOMAN BY DEED FROM DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST C O M PA N Y A M E R I C A S F/K/A BANKERS TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AND CUSTODIAN FOR IXIS REAL ESTATE CAPITAL, INC. DATED 06/07/2007 RECORDED 06/26/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT # 20070025456. Seized and sold as the property of Jeanette Goodrich under judgment #2011CV-03526. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 119 ANDREW GORNALL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $99,630.69 ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel or tract of ground situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, known as Lot Number One Hundred Seventy Nine (179), of a Final Subdivision Plan, Phase IV, of Capital Ridge Townhomes, as recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book “S”, Volume “6”, Pages “13, 14, 15, & 16”, more particularly bounded and described as follows to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern right-of-way line of Capital Drive, said point being the northwest corner of Lot 179; thence along the southern right-of-way line of Capital Drive a curve to the left having a radius of 175.00 feet with an arc length of 17.71 feet to a point; thence along the dividing line between Lot 179 and Lot 178 South 21 degrees 29 minutes 31 seconds East 25.00 feet to a point; thence continuing along the dividing line between Lot 179 and Lot 178 South 09 degrees 57 minutes 18 seconds East 131.81 feet to a point; thence along the dividing line between Lot 179 and lands now or formerly of Greater Harrisburg V.O.A. Living Center, Inc. North 89 degrees 25 minutes 27 seconds West 20.34 feet to a point; thence along the dividing line between Lot 179 and Lot 180 North 09 degrees 57 minutes 18 seconds West 125.05 feet to a point; thence continuing along the dividing line between Lot 179 and Lot 180 North 15 degrees 41 minutes 39 seconds West 25.00 feet to a point on the southern right-of-way line of Capital Drive, the Place of BEGINNING.

Parcel # 63-084-132. Property address: 7261 Capital Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Seized and sold as the property of John F. Scott under judgment #2010-CV-5243. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 120 MICHAEL J. CASSIDY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $2,320.30 Situate in the Borough of Dauphin, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Tax Parcel No. 23-001-004000-0000. Being Premises known as 409 Floral Lane, Dauphin, Pennsylvania 17018. ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land and premises situate, lying and being in the Borough of Dauphin, in the County of Dauphin, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 1, as set forth in a Final Subdivision Plan for John S. WoelfI and Margaret A. Woelfl, his wife, for Forrest Hills dated January 1976 prepared by LeVan, Inc., consulting engineers, recorded in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book U, Volume 2, Page 89 and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northerly side of Floral Lane (50 feet wide) at the corner of lands now or formerly of Charles and Elizabeth R. Shuller; THENCE due West 70.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot Nos. 1 and 2 on the abovementioned Plan; THENCE along said dividing line North 02 degrees 06 minutes 02 seconds East, a distance of 149.70 feet to a point on line of lands of Gary M. and Joyce L. Burkey; THENCE along said lands North 89 degrees 40 minutes 48 seconds East, a distance of 60 feet to a point in line of lands of Shuller; THENCE along said lands South 01 degree 43 minutes 30 seconds East, a distance of 150.00 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING the same premises which Timothy L. Quigley and Mary M. Quigley, his wife, by their Deed dated February 20, 1992 and recorded March 31, 1992 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 1724, Page 218, granted and conveyed unto James H. Hilton and Susan L. Hilton, his wife, Defendants herein. SEIZED, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of James H. Hilton and Susan L. Hilton, Judgment No. 2012-CV-3095-MU debtors and real owners. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 121 DENISE L. WESTER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $475,521.47 7050 Allentown Boulevard aka 7050 Jonestown Rd., West Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Parcel 68-028-085. ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land and premises situate, lying and being in the Township of West Hanover, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly identified as Lots No. 1 and 1-A, as shown on subdivision Plan prepared by Dauphin Engineering and recorded in Dauphin County Plan Book D-5, Page 89, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a concrete monument on the northern line of U.S. Route 22, also known as Allentown Boulevard at line of John N. Hall, et al; thence along last mentioned land, North 27 degrees 18 minutes 339.50 feet to an iron pin found at line of Lot No. 2, on the subdivision plan; thence along Lot No. 2 on said plan, North 70 degrees 09 minutes 00 seconds East, a distance of 148.97 feet to a point; thence continuing along the western line of Lot No. 2, South 20 degrees 42 minutes 30 seconds East, a distance of 336.68 feet to a point on the northern line of land now or formerly of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; thence along the northern line of land now or formerly of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, South 70 degrees 09 minutes 00 seconds West, a distance of 110.00 feet to the concrete monument at the point and place of BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH and SUBJECT TO the right to use the perpetual easement for access to U.S. Route 22, Allentown Boulevard, shown crosshatched on the abovereferenced Final Subdivision Plan adjoining Lot No. 1 on the said Plan, on the West, in common with the owners and occupiers of Lot No. 1 on Dauphin County Plan Book A3, Page 42 and in accordance with terms of a certain Easement Agreement set forth in Record Book 311, Page 503. SUBJECT to right-of-way agreement between Richard L. Dodge and Janet E. Dodge

and Raymond F. Beyers and Gretchen E. Beyers as recorded in Dauphin County Miscellaneous Book W-16, Page 701. SUBJECT to conditions and restrictions shown on Dauphin County Plan Book 3-A, Page 42; and SUBJECT to conditions and restrictions shown on Dauphin County Plan Book 5-D, Page 89. BEING the same premises which Barry L. Marlin and Sandra M. Marlin, his wife, by deed dated November 30, 2007 and recorded December 10, 2007 in Dauphin County Instrument Number 20070048906, granted and conveyed unto Diehl Investments, L.P., a Pennsylvania limited partnership. Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements, ways, streets, alleys, passages, waters, watercourses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances, whatsoever unto the hereby granted premises belonging, or in any wise appertaining, and the reversion and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof; and all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand whatsoever of them, the said Grantors, as well at law as in equity, of, in and to the same. Property Address 7050 Allentown Boulevard a/k/a 7050 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17112. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 122 JILL JENKINS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $149,288.99 ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN lots of ground situated in Benton, Swatara Township, (now known as Bressler) in the County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania, and more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: FRONTING on Main Street 50.00 feet and extending back 152.00 feet to Chambers Street. The same being Lot Nos. 274 and 275, in Block “D” as shown on a certain Plan and known as Plan of Benton laid out by J.A. Dunkle. HAVING thereon erected a single two and one-half story frame dwelling house known and numbered as 539 Main Street, Steelton, Pennsylvania. BEING the same premises with Hyle G. Beasley, Sr. and Cheryl Beasley, husband and wife, by their Deed dated September 22, 1994 and recorded October 3, 1994, in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Record Book 2303, Page 099, granted and conveyed unto William H. Goff and Lorraine Goff, husband and wife, the Grantors herein. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights of way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. PARCEL # 63-057-027. BEING PREMISES: 538 MAIN STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113. Seized and sold as the property of Lance Weaver and Darnell Weaver under judgment #2009-CV-11413. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 123 HEATHER Z. KELLY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $6,967,836.89 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a concrete monument (proposed) at the intersection of the southern right-of-way line of Herr Street (60’ right-of-way) and the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street (80’ right-of-way); thence along the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street South 15 degrees 55 minutes East 715.46 feet to a point at the dividing line of Lots No. 1 and 2; thence by Lot No. 2 South 68 degrees 39 minutes 32 seconds West 284.25 feet to a point in Paxton Creek at the dividing line of Lot No. 4; thence through and along Paxton Creek by Lot No. 4 North 23 degrees 07 minutes 51 seconds West 656.73 feet to a point on the southern right-of-way line of Herr Street; thence by the same North 60 degrees 25 minutes 45 seconds East 384.45 feet to a concrete monument at the intersection of the southern right-of-way line of Herr Street and the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street, said concrete monument being the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 1 as shown on the Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan for Harsco Corporation prepared by Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. dated October 13, 1995, with final revisions dated December 13, 1995, recorded on March 1, 1996 in Dauphin County Plan Book F, Volume 6, Page 49.

CONTAINING, according to said subdivision plan, 5.20 acres, and being located in the 7th and 8th Wards of the City of Harrisburg. TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO the Easement Agreement set forth in Dauphin County Record Book 2569, Page 383. AND TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO all easements and rights-of-way as set forth in Deed dated February 29, 1996, and recorded on March 1, 1996, in Dauphin County Record Book 2569, Page 376. AND FURTHER UNDER AND SUBJECT TO, the extent the same are valid and binding: A. Easements, restrictions, subdivision plans, covenants, rights and reservations of record, if any. PARCEL NUMBER: 07058-002. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Cameron Properties, LLC, a Pennsylvania limited liability company, by Special Warranty Deed dated July 26, 2004 and recorded July 27, 2004 in the office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 5607, page 446, granted and conveyed unto Cameron Real Estate, LP, a Pennsylvania limited partnership, the within described premises. Property Address: 1000 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17103. ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a concrete monument (proposed) at the intersection of the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street (80’ right-of-way) and the northern right-of-way line of State Street (120’ right-of-way); thence along the northern right-of-way line of State Street South 61 degrees 19 minutes 10 seconds West 203.72 feet to a point in Paxton Creek at the dividing line of Lot No. 4; thence through and along Paxton Creek and along Lot no. 4 North 11 degrees 14 minutes 31 seconds West 103.34 feet to a point; thence along the same North 18 degrees 56 minutes 21 seconds West 58.11 feet to a point; thence along the same North 21 degrees 20 minutes 28 seconds West 588.09 feet to a point at the dividing line of Lot No. 2; thence by Lot No. 2 North 68 degrees 39 minutes 32 seconds East 258.33 feet to a point on the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street south 15 degrees 15 minutes 55 seconds East 725.94 feet to a concrete monument (proposed) at the intersection of the western right-of-way line of Cameron Street and the northern rightof-way line of State Street, said concrete monument being the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 3 as shown on the Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan for Harsco Corporation prepared by Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. dated October 13, 1995, with final revisions dated December 13, 1995, recorded March 1, 1996 in Dauphin County Plan Book F, Volume 6, Page 49. CONTAINING, according to said subdivision plan, 3.72 acres, and being located in the 8th Ward of the City of Harrisburg. TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO the Easement Agreement set forth in Dauphin County Record Book 2569, Page 383. AND TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO all easements and rights-of-way as set forth in Deed dated February 29, 1996, and recorded March 1, 1996, in Dauphin County Record Book 2569, Page 376. AND FURTHER UNDER AND SUBJECT TO, the extent the same are valid and binding: A. Easements, restrictions, subdivision plans, covenants, rights, and reservations of record, if any. PARCEL NUMBER: 08034-006. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Cameron Properties LLC, a Pennsylvania limited liability company, by Special Warranty Deed dated July 26, 2004 and recorded July 27, 2004 in the office of the Recorder of Deed in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 5607, page 446, granted and conveyed unto Cameron Real Estate, LP, a Pennsylvania limited partnership, the within described premises. Property Address: 600 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. Seized and sold as the property of Cameron Real Estate, L. P., under judgment #2009-CV-02332. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 124 HARRY B. REESE Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $206,874.65 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township of Lower Paxton, in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern side of Palmer Drive at the division line between Lots Nos. 16 and 17 on the hereinafter mentioned

Plan of Lots; thence along the southern side of Palmer Drive North 45 degrees 10 minutes 30 seconds East, 80.00 feet to a point at the division line between Lots Nos. 15 and 16 on said Plan; thence along said division line South 44 degrees 49 minutes 30 seconds West, 125.00 feet to a point at line of lands now or formerly of Devonshire Heights; thence South 45 degrees 10 minutes 30 seconds West, 80.00 feet to a point at the division line between Lots Nos. 16 and 17 on said Plan; thence along said division line North 44 degrees 49 minutes 30 seconds East, 125.00 feet to a point on the southern side of Palmer Drive, being the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 16, Block “H”, Final Subdivision Plan of Meadowbrook, Plan No. 5, which Plan is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Plan Book “V”, Volume 4, Page 58. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to all reservations, restrictions, covenants, conditions, easements, leases and rights of way appearing of record. BEING KNOWN AS: 5928 PALMER DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17112. PROPERTY ID NO.: 35095-076. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN SHIRLEY A. KIRKWOOD, SINGLE PERSON, AS SOLE OWNER BY DEED FROM MICHAEL L. FINK AND JOLENE L. FINK, HUSBAND AND WIFE DATED 02/16/2007 RECORDED 02/22/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT # 20070007298. Seized and sold as the property of Shirley A. Kirkwood under judgment #2012-CV-07862. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 125 JEFFREY C. BRIGHT Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $72,859.19 Municipality: City of Harrisburg, Tenth Ward. Tax No.: 10-024-017. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of JVHOUSING, LLC, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-08379. ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land, situate in the 10th Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of North Sixth Street 60.00 feet South of the southwest corner of North Sixth and Curtin Streets at the southern line of property known as No. 2322 North Sixth Street; thence westwardly along said line of said property at right angles with North Sixth Street, 119.00 feet, more or less, to the eastern side of a 15.00 foot wide alley known as Turner Alley; thence southwardly along said line of said alley 20.02 feet to the northern line of property known as 2318 North Sixth Street; thence eastwardly along said line of said property 120.00 feet, more or less, to the western side of North Sixth Street, and thence northwardly along the western side of North Sixth Street 20.00 feet to the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a 2-1/2 story brick dwelling house known as 2320 North Sixth Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING the same which Properties America Network, LLC, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company, by its deed dated April 16, 2008 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book and Page 20080019359, granted and conveyed unto JVHOUSING, LLC. Property Address: 2320 North 6th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 126 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $74,968.13 ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots, parcels, pieces of ground, situate in the Tenth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Tract 1: BEGINNING at a point on the eastern line of North Fourth Street, at the line of property now or late of Mary E. Truns, which point is One Hundred Sixty-one (161) feet Eleven (11) inches South of the southern line of Emerald Street; thence eastwardly along the line of said property and for part of the distance through the center of a brick partition wall, Ninety-four (94) feet to the line of property now or late of the Shearer Realty Company; thence southwardly along the line of said property Eighteen (18) feet One (1) inch to a point; thence westwardly

parallel with the southern line of Emerald Street, Ninetyfour (94) feet to the eastern line of North Fourth Street; thence northwardly along the eastern line of North Fourth Street, Eighteen (18) feet one (1) inch to the line of the aforesaid mentioned property of Mary E. Turns, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a two story brick dwelling house known as No. 2241 North Fourth Street. Tract 2: BEGINNING at the point on the western side of Atlas Street at the line of other property now or late of the Shearer Realty Company, which point is One Hundred Sixty-one (161) feet Eleven (11) inches South of the southern side of Emerald Street; thence southwardly along the westerly line of Atlas Street Eighteen (18) feet One (1) inch to the line of property now or late of William L. Gorgas; thence westwardly along the line of said property Fifty-one (51) feet to the line of other property now or late of Frederick H. Young and wife; thence North along the line of said property Eighteen (18) feet One (1) inch to the line of the aforesaid mentioned other property of the Shearer Realty Company; thence eastwardly along the line of said property Fifty-one (51) feet to THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Dakar Realty, Inc., a Pennsylvania corporation, by Deed dated October 22, 1999 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County on October 26, 1999 in Deed Book 3538, Page 176, granted and conveyed unto Kenya R. Scott, a single woman. TAX PARCEL # 10-039088. PREMISES BEING 2241 4th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association, s/b/m/t Chase Home Finance LLC, s/b/m/t Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-05277. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 127 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $128,513.42 All that certain lot or piece of ground situate in Washington Township, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. BEGINNING at a point on the North side of Bonnie Avenue, at the dividing line of Lots 17 and 18 of a hereinafter-mentioned subdivision plan; thence along said Bonnie Avenue in a westerly direction, by a curve with a radius of 50 feet, an arc distance of 78.54 feet, to a point; thence South eighty-three degrees twenty minutes West, six and ninetynine hundredths feet (S 83 degrees 20’ W, 6.99) to a point at lands now or late of Miles Delber; thence along said Delbler lands, North zero degrees four minutes East, one hundred thirty-five and ninety-four hundredths feet (N 00 degrees 04’ E, 135.94’) to a point; thence North eight-three degrees twenty minutes East, fifty-nine and thirty-five hundredths feet (N 83 degrees 20’ E, 59.35’) to a point at the dividing line of Lots 17 and 18 of said Plan; thence along said dividing line, South six degrees forty minutes East, one hundred sixteen and seventy hundredths feet (S 06 degrees 40’ E, 116.70’) to a point on the North side of Bonnie Avenue, at the place of BEGINNING. TAX PARCEL # 66-011108. PREMISES BEING: 176 West Bonnie Avenue, Elizabethville, Pennsylvania 17023. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Robert A. Klinger and Phyllis A. Klinger, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-05939. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 128 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $59,711.96 All that certain HALF LOT OR PIECE OF GROUND, SITUATE IN THE Borough of Lykens, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being the western half of Lot No. 502 in the Plan of said town (now Borough) of Lykens, as laid out by Daniel Hoffman, A.D. 1848, and by W.W. Foster, A.D. 1863, bounded and described as follows, to wit: SITUATE on the south side of Main Street, beginning at the distance of two hundred fifteen (215) feet, westwardly from the west side of Edward Street; thence extending westwardly in front of the south side of said Main Street, twenty-five (25) feet, and in depth between lines at right angles with Main Street,

one hundred forty (140) feet to an Alley; having thereon erected the western half of a two story double frame dwelling, other buildings and improvements known as 214 Main Street, Lykens, Pennsylvania. IT BEING the same premises which Household Finance Consumer Discount Company by Deed dated November 15, 1999, and to be recorded herewith in the Recorder of Deeds Office of Dauphin County, granted and conveyed unto Ralph R. Reitenbach, Jr., the Mortgagor herein. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, reservations, conditions and rights of way of record or visible upon inspection of premises. TAX PARCEL # 38-006002. PREMISES BEING: 214 Main Street, Lykens, Pennsylvania 17048. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Ralph R. Reitenbach, Jr., Mortgagor herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV4315. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 129 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $283,918.08 ALL THAT CERTAIN Unit, being Unit No. 4 (the ‘Unit’) of The Towns at Forest Hills, a Condominium (the ‘Condominium’) located in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, which Unit is designated in the Declaration of Condominium of The Townes at Forest Hills, a Condominium (the ‘Declaration of Condominium’) and Declaration Plats and Plans recorded in the Office of the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds as Instrument No. 20070011690, together with any and all amendments thereto. TOGETHER with the undivided percentage interest in the Common Elements appurtenant to the Unit as more particularly set forth in the aforesaid Declaration of Condominium, as last amended. TOGETHER with the right to use the Limited Common Elements applicable to the Unit being conveyed herein, pursuant to the Declaration of Condominium and Declaration Plats and Plans, as last amended. UNDER AND SUBJECT to the Declaration of Condominium, to any and all other covenants, conditions, restrictions, rights-of-way, easements and agreements of record in the aforesaid Office, and matters which a physical inspection or survey of the Unit and Common Elements would disclose. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Steven Snyder, an adult individual, by Deed from DJH Victoria Abbey Associates Limited Partnership, a Pennsylvania limited partnership, dated 03/27/2007, recorded 03/29/2007 in Instrument Number 20070012283. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35127-200. PREMISES BEING: 4292 EMILY DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17112-6049. Seized and sold as the property of Steven Snyder under judgment #2011-CV11837. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 130 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $53,655.46 All that certain tract of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the Western side of 17th Street one hundred two and one-half (102.5) feet North from the northwestern corner of 17th Street and Chestnut Street; thence westwardly parallel with Chestnut Street and passing through the center of a private alley, 3 feet wide, eighty-five (85) feet to a private alley 4 feet wide; thence Northwardly and parallel with 17th Street seventeen and one-half (17.5) feet to a point; thence eastwardly and parallel with Chestnut Street and passing through the center of the partition wall dividing this property and the house erected upon the lot adjoining upon the North (No. 24 S. 17th Street) eight-five (85) feet to the western side of 17th Street; thence southwardly along 17th Street seventeen and one-half (17.5) feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING the same premises which Tri-County Housing Development Corporation, by Deed dated December 30, 1999 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County on January 4, 2000 in Deed Book Volume 3585, Page 436, granted and conveyed unto Tracy A. Warren. TAX PARCEL # 09-052033.

PREMISES BEING: 26 South 17th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Tracy A. Warren, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-4176. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 131 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $178,395.91

All that certain lot or parcel of land situate in Susquehanna Township in the County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point at line of land now or late of Paul M. Bishop and Lottie G. Bishop, his wife, on the east side of North 4th Street, which point is 47.92 feet south of property now or late of Paul P. Herre and Edward A. Herre, trading and doing business as Herre Brothers; thence southwardly along the eastern side of North 4th Street 53.78 feet to a point the center of a private driveway situate in part upon the premises hereby conveyed and in part upon the premises adjoining to the south, which latter premises are now or late of Lawrence N. Wolfe and Esta Wolfe; thence eastwardly at right angles to North 4th Street through said private driveway and beyond, and along other lands now or late of Lawrence N. Wolfe, and Esta Wolfe 84.24 feet to a point, which point is 5 inches west of the western line of street laid out on the Plan of Lots of Jeremiah Hummel, which Plan is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plat Book “C” at Page 33; thence northwardly along a line parallel with the western side of the aforesaid street as shown on the point at land now or late of Paul M. Bishop and Lottie G. Bishop, his wife; thence westwardly along the line of Paul M. Bishop and Lottie G. Bishop, his wife, and at right angles to North 4th Street 77.56 feet to the eastern side of North 4th Street, the place of beginning. The private driveway situate in part on the premises hereby conveyed and in part upon the premises adjacent to the south shall be used in common by the owners and occupiers of the said two adjacent premises and shall at all times be kept free and unobstructed. The cost of maintaining the driveway shall be born by the abutting owners share and share alike. THE IMPROVEMENTS THEREON BEING KNOWN AS 3419 N. 4TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110. BEING the same property conveyed by deed dated March 13, 2006 from Michael Weinstock and Miriam Weinstock to Muree M. Watkins and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Dauphin County on March 14, 2006 at Instrument #20060009509. TAX PARCEL # 62-018119. PREMISES BEING: 3419 North 4th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Muree Watkins a/k/a Muree M. Watkins, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6708. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 132 BRETT A. SOLOMON Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $36,932.42

ALL that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Williamstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: BEGINNING at a point on the South side of Broad Street at the Northeast corner of lands now or late of Leonard J. Mechinsky and Hazel J. Mechinsky; thence along the South side of said Broad Street in an Eastwardly direction, twenty-five (25) feet, more or less, to a point at the Northwest corner of lands now or late of Faye Browning; thence South along the Western line of lands now or late of the said Faye Browning, one hundred fifty (150) feet, more or less, to a point on the North side of Hemlock Alley; thence along the North side of Hemlock Alley, in a Westwardly direction twenty-five (25) feet, more or less, to the Southeast corner of lands now or late of the said Leonard J. Mechinsky and Hazel J. Mechinsky; thence along the Eastern line of said lands, North one hundred fifty (150) feet to a point on the South side of Broad Street, the point and place of beginning. HAVING ERECTED THEREON a dwelling house known

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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - C-9 Continued From Section C, Page 8 as 220 Broad Street, Williamstown, Pennsylvania. BEING the same premises granted and conveyed unto Jayson Nunez by Deed of Perla N. Smith dated November 27, 2007, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania on November 29, 2007 at Instrument Number 20070047591. DAUPHIN COUNTY TAX PARCEL I.D. NO. 70-002023. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Jayson Nunez, Mortgagor herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-5042. Property Address: 220 Broad Street, Williamstown, PA 17098. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 133 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $114,730.30 All that certain tract or parcel or ground situate in Lower Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the northern right of way line of Sara Street at the dividing line between Lot Nos. 238 and 239 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots; thence along line of Lot No. 238 north forty-three (43) degrees twelve (12) minutes east ninety-seven and eight one hundredths (97.08) feet to line of Lot No. 245; thence along the same south forty-nine (49) degrees thirty-one (31) minutes east ten and five one hundredths (10.05) feet to a point; thence still along the same and along line of Lot No. 244 south sixty-nine (69) degrees forty-eight (48) minutes east thirty-seven and sixty-three one hundredths (37.63) feet to line of Lot No. 240; thence along the same south fifteen (15) degrees twenty-four (24) minutes west one hundred and seventy-nine. SUBJECT to restrictions, reservations, easements, covenants, oil, gas or mineral rights or record, if any. TAX PARCEL # 36-027022. PREMISES BEING: 5 Sara Street, Middletown, Pennsylvania 17057. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Mark A. Ponnett and Kendra J. Ponnett, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-6249. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 134 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $107,530.79 All that certain lot or parcel of land situate in the Village of Progress, Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of Shell Street, which point is seventy and seventy-six hundredths (70.76) feet south of the southwest corner of Kramer Street and Shell Street, at the division line separating Lots Nos. 6 and 7 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of Lots; thence in a westerly direction along the southern line of Lot No. 6, one hundred fifteen and thirty-five hundredths (115.35) feet to a point at the eastern line of Lot No. 5; thence in a southerly direction along the eastern line of Lot No. 5, fifty (50) feet to a point at the division line separating Lots Nos. 5, 7, and 8; thence in an easterly direction along the northern line of Lot No. 8, one hundred twenty-two and seventy-five hundredths (122.75) feet to a point at the western line of Shell Street; thence in a northerly direction along the western line of Shell Street, fifty and fifty-four hundredths (50.54) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Kimberly A. Borys by Deed dated June 27, 2003, and recorded June 27, 2003, in the Recorder of Deeds Office in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book 4990, page 460, granted and conveyed unto Timothy J. Grindall, Sr. and Ixchel N. Grindall. TAX PARCEL # 62-035096. PREMISES BEING: 203 Shell Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Timothy J. Grindall, Sr. and Ixchel N. Grindall, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-04084. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 135 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $38,116.51 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or piece of land situate in the Borough of Steelton, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of South Second Street ninetyfive and nine-tenths (95.9) feet south of Mohn Street; thence southwardly along said South Second Street twenty-two (22) feet ten (10) inches to a point on the division line separating properties Nos. 416 and 418 South Second Street; thence westward along said division line and through the center of the frame partition wall separating said properties and along that line extended a distance of one hundred (100) feet to a point along the eastern line of River Alley; thence northward along the eastern line of River Alley twenty-two (22) feet ten (10) inches to a point at the corner of Lot No. 38 formerly the property of Michael Millard; thence eastward along said lot one hundred (100) feet to the place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED the northern half of a double two and one-half story frame dwelling house No. 416 South Second Street, Steelton, Pennsylvania. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Gary E. Kohler, by Deed from John H. Groff and Carol S. Groff, h/w and Robert E. Thomas and Susan C. Thomas, h/w and Joseph J. Simonic and Rose M. Simonic, h/w, dated 05/15/1997, recorded 05/20/1997 in Book 2851, Page 478. Mortgagor GARY E. KOHLER died on 01/24/2011 and, upon information and belief, his surviving heir(s) is TARA KOHLER. TAX PARCEL NO.: 57007-007. PREMISES BEING: 416 SOUTH SECOND STREET, STEELTON, PA 171132509. Seized and sold as the property of unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms; or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under Gary E. Kohler, deceased, under judgment #2012-CV-1776. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 136 MELISSA J. CANTWELL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $66,884.24 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof, dated September 15, 1969 prepared by Roy M. H. Benjamin, Professional Engineer, as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northern line of Berryhill Street, said point being 294.58 feet in an easterly direction, from the northeastern corner of the intersection of Berryhill Street and 24th Street; thence through the center of a partition wall separating the premises 2430 and 2432 Berryhill Street, North 11 degrees 30 minutes West 110 feet to a point on the southern line of Central Street; thence along the southern line of Central Street, North 77 degrees 30 minutes East 16.25 feet to a point; thence through the center of a partition wall separating the premises 2434 and 2432 Berryhill Street, South 11 degrees 30 minutes East 110 feet to a point; thence along the northern line of Berryhill Sweet, South 77 degrees 30 minutes West, 16.25 feet to a point, the place of Beginning. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a two story brick dwelling house. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James Watson, by Deed from Thanh Thi Nhv Pham, dated 01/10/2005, recorded 02/07/2005 in Book 5869, Page 503. TAX PARCEL NO.: 13028-037. PREMISES BEING: 2432 BERRYHILL STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2011. Seized and sold as the property of James Watson under judgment #2012-CV3042. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 137 ALYK L. OFLAZIAN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $55,789.73 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land, together with the improvements thereon erected, situate long and being in the Borough of Highspire, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and being referred to as Lot No. 24 in the Plan or Plot of Lots laid out by John EsheIman, and known as ‘Evendale’ formerly an addition to

Highspire, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, said plot or plan being duly recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book ‘C”, Volume 1, Page 37, said lot being bounded and described more particularly as follows, to wit: Said Lot being six (6) feet from the line of the Harrisburg and Middletown Turnpike Road on Second Street of the said addition aforesaid to Highspire and containing in front or breath on said Second Street thirty (30) feet and extending back therefrom of even width, a distance of one hundred twenty (120) feet to Rhonda Alley, and being bounded by said Second Street by Lot No. 23; by Rhoda Alley, and by Lot No. 25 on the plot or plan aforesaid. Having thereon erected one-half of a two family or double dwelling of brick construction separated by a party wall on the boundary line of Lots 23 and 24, known and designated according to the present plan of numbering in and for Highspire, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania as 438 Second Street (sometimes referred to as 438 East Second Street). The attic for 438 Second Street is the front portion of the entire building numbered 436-438 Second Street, Highspire, Pennsylvania (the front attic), and the attic for 436 is the rear portion of the entire building numbered 436-438 Second Sheet, Highspire, Pennsylvania (the rear attic) and the wall separating the attics is parallel with Second Street and perpendicular to the hereinbefore recited party wall separating 438 Second Street and 436 Second Street. The Grantor herein hereby grants and conveys to Grantee herein, his heirs, successors and assigns, the right and privilege to the use of the portion of the rear attic which is over 438 Second Street this right and privilege to said use shall cease and determine only if the entire attic floor of the entire building numbered 436-438 Second Street, Highspire, Pennsylvania is rebuilt in which event the wall separating the attic of 436438 Second Street shall be a projection of the hereinbefore recited party wall separating 436 Second Street and 438 Second Street. The Grantee herein, his heirs, successors and assigns shall be responsible for the maintenance and replacement, if necessary, of the roof over the portion of the rear attic which is over 438 Second Street. Together with the right and privilege to the use of the portion of the front attic which is over 436 Second Street; and together with all of the rights respecting the maintenance and replace of the roof; all as set forth in a deed for 436 Second Street, Highspire, Pennsylvania, as recorded. UNDER AND SUBJECT to the right and privilege of the owner of 436 Second Street to use the portion of the rear attic which is over the subject premises and under and subject to all of the obligations respecting the maintenance and replacement of the roof. The rights, privileges and covenants herein shaft run with the land. UNDER AND SUBJECT to zoning regulations, ordinances, easements, building and other restrictions, privileges and rights of public service companies, rights of way, reservations, and protective covenants of record and those visible on the subject premises, and subject to all agreements or like matters of record or visible on the premises, and subject to all rights and ownership in the public in roads, streets and highways, whether or not opened. PARCEL #30-022-027. BEING the same premises which Mary M. Yingst, widow, by Deed dated April 26, 2000 and recorded April 28, 2000 in the Office of the Record of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Deed Book 3661, Page 292, granted and conveyed unto David E. Leiphart and Melanie A. Leiphart, husband and wife. Property Address: 438 Second Street, Highspire, PA 17034. Seized and sold as the property of Melanie A. Leiphart and David E. Leiphart under judgment #2004-CV-3394. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 138 ALLISON F. WELLS Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $188,856.02 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground located in the Township of Swatara, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described according to a Final Subdivision Plan for Rolling Ridge West, Phase V, prepared by Herbert, Rowland and Grubic, Inc., Consulting Engineers, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, dated April 12, 1984 and revised July, 1985, and recorded September, 1985, in Plan Book I-4, Pages 2 through 5 inclusive, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southwest side of Clover Court and a corner of Lot No. 228 on said Plan; thence extending along said lot, South

04 degrees 32 minutes 00 seconds West, 100.57 feet to a point, a corner of Lot No. 245 on said Plan; thence extending along said lot, North 82 degrees 12 minutes 59 seconds West, 107.09 feet to a point on the southeast side of Sweetbriar Drive; thence extending along said drive along a curve having a radius of 530 feet, the arc distance of 35 feet to a point; thence continuing North 04 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East, 37.61 feet to a point at the intersection of Sweetbriar Drive and Clover Court; thence extending along said intersection along a curve having a radius of 15 feet, the arc distance of 22.09 feet to a point on the southwest side of Clover Court; thence extending along said court along a curve, having a radius of 1,370 feet, the arc distance of 93.32 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 246 on said Plan. CONTAINING 9,963.48 square feet. UNDER AND SUBJECT to covenants, conditions, reservations, restrictions, easements and right of ways of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Mahmoud Benjelloun, by Deed from National Residential Nominee Services, Inc., dated 11/16/2005, recorded 11/22/2005 in Book 6291, Page 642. TAX PARCEL NO.: 63077-302. PREMISES BEING: 5157 CLOVER COURT, HARRISBURG, PA 17111-5675. Seized and sold as the property of Mahmoud Benjelloun under judgment #2010CV-10042. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 139 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $68,643.59 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land with the improvements thereon erected, situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the northern line of Derry Street, which point is 36 feet more or less, west of the western line of lot now or late of Margaret Dehaven, as described in deed from Josiah Dunkle, dated September 16, 1890, and recorded in Deed Book A, Volume 8, Page 453, and is also the western line of property numbered 2016 Derry Street; thence northwardly along said line, 150 feet to Lawrence Alley; thence westwardly along said alley, 18 feet, more or less, to line of property numbered 2012 Derry Street; thence southwardly along said line and through the center of the partition wall between said property, and the property herein described, 150 feet, more or less, to Derry Street; thence eastwardly along the northern line of Derry Street, 18 feet, more or less, to a point, the place of Beginning. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a 2-1/2 story dwelling house known and numbered 2014 Derry Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Carlinda J. Deweese, by Deed from Sau Van Hoang and Kim Loan Thi Nguyen, h/w, dated 02/22/2005, recorded 03/22/2005 in Book 5918, Page 448. TAX PARCEL NO.: 13036-004. PREMISES BEING: 2014 DERRY STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2301. Seized and sold as the property of Carlinda J. DeWeese under judgment #2012-CV-5758. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 140 SCOTT A. DIETTERICK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $50,231.61 ALL UNDIVIDED ONEHALF INTEREST IN ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of ground, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate in the Borough of Highspire, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey plan made for Harold M. Shultz and Janet L. Shultz, his wife by William B. Whittock, professional engineer, dated November 28, 1977, file No. WM-77, drawing NO. 77NB576 as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the Southwest side of Willow Street (20 feet wide) at a corner of lands now or formerly of Frank E. Bailey, which point is measured 155 feet to the right-of-way intersection of Franklin Street (as shown on said plan); thence extending from said beginning point and measured along the Southwest side of Willow Street South 61 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East 20 feet to a point at a corner of lands now or late of G.E. Ebersole; thence extending along said

lands South 28 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West 120.00 feet to a point on the North side of Cherry Alley (20 feet wide); thence extending along same North 61 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West 20 feet to a point at a corner of lands now or late of Frank E. Bailey, aforesaid; thence extending along said lands and passing through a party wall between these premises and the premises adjoining on the West, North 28 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East 120.00 feet to a point on the Southwest side of Willow Street, the first mentioned point and place of BEGINNING. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a dwelling house known and numbered as 511 Willow Street, Highspire, Pennsylvania 17034. Seized and sold as the property of Janet L. Shultz under Judgment No. 2012CV-7863. Parcel No. 30-023-018. BEING the same premises which Harold M. Shultz, conveying his half interest, by his Deed dated June 9, 1987 and recorded on June 9, 1987 in and for Dauphin County, in Deed Book 952, Page 238, granted and conveyed unto Janet L. Shultz. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 141 HEATHER RILOFF Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $55,259.22 ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, building and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the 1st Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof, dated December 9, 1968, prepared by Roy M. H. Benjamin, Professional Engineer, being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the Eastern line of Rolleston Street, said point being one hundred and eighty and eighty hundredths (180.80) feet in a Northerly direction from the Northeastern corner of the intersection of Rolleston Street and Izer Street; THENCE along the Eastern line of Rolleston Street North thirteen (13) degrees thirty (30) minutes West twenty-two and fortytwo hundredths (22.42) feet to a point at the dividing line between premises Nos. 1225 and 1227 Rolleston Street; THENCE along said dividing line North seventysix (76) degrees thirty (30) minutes East one hundred ten (110) feet to a point on the Western line of a twenty (20) foot wide alley; THENCE along the Western line of said alley South Thirteen (13) degrees thirty (30) minutes East twenty-two and fortytwo (22.42) feet to a point; THENCE through the center of a partition wall separating the premises 1229 and 1227 Rolleston Street South seventy-six (76) degrees thirty (30) minutes West one hundred ten (110) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a two story brick dwelling house known and numbered as No. 1227 Rolleston Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING Parcel #01-015062. IMPROVEMENTS THEREON CONSIST OF: Residential Dwelling. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which David C. Leyder, single person, granted and conveyed unto Charles M. Cook, married man, by Deed dated July 28, 2000 and recorded July 31, 2000 in Dauphin County Record Book 3732, Page 200. Property Address: 1227 Rolleston Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. Seized and sold as the property of Charles M. Cook under judgment # 2012-CV05035. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 142 ELIZABETH L. WASSALL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $146,534.09 ALL THAT CERTAIN real property, together with all and singular the rights and appurtenances thereto in anywise belonging, situate in the Township of Middle Paxton, County of Dauphin, State of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a stake on the southern side of an abandoned right-of-way of the Schuyllkill and Susquehanna Railroad Company which stake is thirty-three (33) feet from the center line of said right-of-way at the line of lands now or late of Larry L. Hollinger, et. Ux; thence along said Hollinger lands, South fourteen degrees, seven minutes West one hundred thirty and thirty-six hundredths feet (S 14° 07’ W 130.36 feet) to a point on a fifteen (15’) feet private rightof-way; thence across said

right-of-way South seven degrees forty-three minutes East one hundred feet (S 7° 43’ E 100.00 feet) to an iron pipe on the north shore of Stoney Creek; thence along said creek, South sixty-one degrees forty-five minutes West forty-five feet (S 61° 45’ W 45.00 feet) to a point at line of land now or late of John K. McCabe, et ux; thence along said McCabe lands North nineteen degrees forty-two minutes West one hundred eighty-three feet wide rightof-way (N 19° 42’ W 183.00 feet) to a point at other lands of McCabe; thence along other McCabe lands North fourteen degrees seven minutes East fifty-six feet (N. 14° 42’ W 183.00 feet) to a point on the southern side of the above referred right-of-way; thence along the southern side of said right-of-way North eighty-five degrees, fifty-seven minutes East one hundred and two feet (N 85° 57’ E 102.00 feet) to a point, the place of BEGINNING. Containing .484 acres be the same more or less, all according to a survey by William E. Sees, Jr. HAVING thereon erected a log cabin originally erected by Samuel C. Spurrier a predecessor in title and known as Cabin #9. BEING PARCEL # 43031-010. BEING KNOWN AS: 2624 CREEKVIEW DRIVE, DAUPHIN, PA 17018. PROPERTY ID NO.: 43031-010. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN TIM SPENCE BY DEED FROM ANNA MARIE SPENCE, A SINGLE WOMAN DATED 07/17/2007 RECORDED 07/19/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT # 20070029111. Seized and sold as the property of Tim Spence under judgment #2012-CV03018. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 143 ELIZABETH L. WASSALL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $114,140.58 ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, SITUATE IN THE CITY OF HARRISBURG, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, BEING BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED ACCORDING TO A SURVEY MADE BY ROBERT L. REED, REGISTERED SURVEYOR, DATED AUGUST 6, 1980, AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH 2ND STREET, (80 FEET WIDE): SAID POINT BEING MEASURED 267 FEET SOUTH OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF VAUGHN STREET AND NORTH 2ND STREET; THENCE FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING AND ALONG LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF TURNER R. PHILLIPS AND NINA M. PHILLIPS, SOUTH 74 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST THE DISTANCE OF 150.00 FEET TO A SET REBAR ON THE WEST SIDE OF PENN STREET (50 FEET WIDE); THENCE ALONG SAID PENN STREET SOUTH 15 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST THE DISTANCE OF 39.00 FEET TO A POINT AT THE CORNER OF LAND NOW OR FORMERLY OF TANCHUM KOPELMAN AND ESTHER R. KOPELMAN; THENCE ALONG SAID LANDS NORTH 74 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST THE DISTANCE OF 150.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH 2ND STREET; THENCE ALONG SAID NORTH 2ND STREET, NORTH 15 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST THE DISTANCE OF 39.00 FEET TO A POINT, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING KNOWN AS NO. 3221 NORTH 2ND STREET. BEING KNOWN AS: 3221 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. PROPERTY ID NO.: 14008-010. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN RICHARD H. KING AND CAROL L. KING, HUSBAND AND WIFE BY DEED FROM STEVEN S. KREINER AND STEPHANIE KREINER, HUSBAND AND WIFE DATED 7/11/1985 RECORDED 3/25/1992 IN DEED BOOK 1720 PAGE 181. Seized and sold as the property of Richard H. King and Carol L. King under judgment #2010-CV-03713. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 144 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $152,096.40 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of ground situated in the Township of Lower Paxton, Dauphin County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the western side of Acri Drive, at the division line between Lot No. 86 and Lot No. 87

on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence along said last mentioned line, South 65 degrees 16 minutes East, 161.55 feet to a point at line of land now or formerly of Paul F. Eshenhour; thence along said last mentioned line, North 24 degrees 44 minutes East, 75 feet to a point at the division line between Lot No. 87 and Lot No. 88 on said Plan; thence along said last mentioned line, North 65 degrees 16 minutes West, 161.55 feet to a point on the western side of Acri Drive; thence along the western side of Acri Drive, South 24 degrees 44 minutes West, 75 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING LOT NO. 87 on the Plan of Lots of Union Deposit Acres, which Plan is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book ‘A-2’, Page 27. UNDER AND SUBJECT, nevertheless, to all restrictions, reservations, conditions, covenants, easements and rights of way of prior record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN James M. Lubomski and Leigh Ann Dzubinski, both single persons, as joint tenants with the right of survivorship, by Deed from James M. Lubomski, a single person, dated 08/02/2005, recorded 08/19/2005 in Book 6146, Page 89. TAX PARCEL NO.: 35083-029. PREMISES BEING: 1 0 7 9 ACRI DRIVE, HARRISBURG, PA 17111-2915. Seized and sold as the property of Leigh Ann Dzubinski and James L. Lubomski under judgment #2010CV-12152. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 145 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $200,732.41 ALL THAT CERTAIN Unit, being Unit No. 40 (the Unit), of The Reserve at Hershey Meadows, (the ‘Condominium’), located in South Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, which Unit is designated in the Declaration of Condominium of the Reserve at Hershey Meadows, Inc., a Condominium Lots K and M of Phase 6 of the Meadows of Hanover, a Planned Community, (hereinafter the ‘Declaration’) dated May 15, 2004 and recorded May 18, 2004 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book 5505, Page 307 and as shown on the Declaration Plat recorded in Dauphin County Record Book 5505, Pages 394-395, and as Amended by First Amendment to Declaration dated August 10, 2004 and recorded in Dauphin County Record Book 5637, Page 253 and as shown on the Declaration Plat recorded in Dauphin County Record Book 5637, Page 267, and as amended by the Second Amendment to Declaration dated August 26, 2004 and recorded in Dauphin County Record Book 5669, Page 481 and as shown on the Declaration Plat recorded in Dauphin County Record Book 5669, Page 491. TOGETHER with an undivided percentage interest in the Common Elements appurtenant to the Unit as more particularly set forth in the Declaration, as the same may be amended from time to time. TOGETHER with the right to use the Limited Common Elements applicable to the Unit being conveyed herewith, pursuant to the Declaration and the Plat and Plans, as amended from time to time. UNDER AND SUBJECT to The Master Declaration of Covenants, Easements, and Restrictions of the Meadows at Hanover, A Flexible Planned Community recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in Record Book 5202, Page 425 and to the Meadows of Hanover Master Association, Inc. Bylaws, as now or hereinafter amended or supplemented. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS Vested by Warranty Deed, dated 12/3/2004, given by Terraces at Hanover Limited Partnership to Carlos R. Santacruz, a married man and recorded 12/8/2004 in Book 5796 Page 205. TAX PARCEL NO.: 56021-051. PREMISES BEING: 133 CARDINAL LANE, HUMMELSTOWN, PA 170368755. Seized and sold as the property of Carlos R. Santacruz under judgment #2010CV-01618. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 146 ELIZABETH L. WASSALL Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $194,628.76 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as

follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the southern line of Huntingdon Circle at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 21 and 22; THENCE along Lot No. 21 South thirty (30) degrees ten (10) minutes West, a distance of one hundred twenty-seven and seventy-eight hundredths (127.78) feet to a point; THENCE along lands now or formerly of George G. and Laura C. Clevenstine, South eighty-seven (87) degrees thirty (30) minutes West, a distance of eighty-nine and nine hundredths (89.09) feet to a point; THENCE along Lot No. 23 North thirty (30) degrees ten (10) minutes East, a distance of one hundred fifty and eighty-seven hundredths (150.87) feet to a point; THENCE along the southern line of Huntingdon Circle by a curve to the left having a radius of fifty (50) feet for an arc length of fifty-two and thirty-six hundredths (52.36) feet to a point; THENCE along same South fifty-nine (59) degrees fifty (50) minutes East, a distance of thirty-one and seventy hundredths (31.70) feet to the Place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 22 as shown on Resubdivision Plan of Section ‘C’ M and V Addition to Rutherford as recorded in Plan Book ‘A’, Volume 2, Page 106, Dauphin County records. H AV I N G T H E R E O N ERECTED a dwelling house known as No. 5921 Huntingdon Circle. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 5921 HUNTINGDON CIRCLE, HARRISBURG, PA 17111-4136. PARCEL #63-017-189. BEING KNOWN AS: 5921 HUNTINGDON CIRCLE, HARRISBURG, PA 17111. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN MELISSA MIRANDA AND JOEL MIRANDA HER HUSBAND BY DEED FROM ARLENE J. PAUL AND ESTATE OF BLANCHE M. GOLD BY MELISSA MIRANDA, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF BLANCHE M. GOLD DATED 08/16/2005 RECORDED 08/24/2005 IN DEED BOOK 6152 PAGE 496. Seized and sold as the property of Joel Miranda and Melissa Miranda under judgment #2010-CV-11656. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 147 JOHN M. KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $93,868.78 All THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township of East Hanover in the County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point marked by the intersection of the eastern ultimate right-ofway line of Legislative Route 22053, known as and hereafter referred to as Pheasant Road and the northern ultimate right-of-way line of the same Legislative Route, also known as and hereafter referred to as South Meadow Lane; thence along the northern ultimate right-of-way line of South Meadow Lane, North 56 degrees 22 minutes 50 seconds East 138.74 feet to a point; thence continuing along the same line, North 52 degrees 55 minutes 15 seconds East 83.27 feet to a point which is the southwest, corner of Lot No. 36 on the hereafter referred to Plan of Lots; thence along the dividing line between Lot Nos. 38, 39 and 36, North 30 degrees 43 minutes 14 seconds West 103.80 feet to a point which is the Southeast corner of Lot No. 39; thence along the dividing line between Lot No. 38 and Lot No. 39, South 59 degrees 16 minutes 46 seconds West 207.73 feet to a point on the eastern ultimate right-of-way line of Pheasant Road; thence along the eastern ultimate right-of-way line of Pheasant Road, South 24 degrees 15 minutes 00 seconds East 120.81 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 38 on a Plan of Lots prepared by William B. Seaman, Professional Engineer, which Plan appears of record in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book ‘P’, Volume 2, Page 32. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Minta M. George, widow, by Deed from Jon A. Titus, a single man and Minta M. George, widow, dated 01/06/1999, recorded 08/23/1999 in Book 3486, Page 397. The said Minta M. George departed this life on 10/20/2010, and upon information and belief, his surviving heir(s) are Rose Ann Titus, Douglas J. Vince, and Cheryl L. McNamara. By executed waivers, Douglas J. Vince and Cheryl L. McNamara waived their right to be named as a defendant in the foreclosure action. TAX PARCEL NO.: 25019-044. PREMISES BEING: 805 SOUTH MEADOW LANE, PALMYRA, PA 17078-8833. Seized and sold as the property of Rose Ann Titus, in her capacity as executrix and devisee of the estate of Minta M. George under judgment #2011-CV-11030. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin

County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 148 DAVID FEIN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $198,200.63

ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in the Township of Swatara, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, described according to a Subdivision Plan for John Pritchard prepared by Grove Associates, Engineers and Surveyors, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, dated October 30, 1978 and recorded in the Office of the Recorders of Deeds in and for Dauphin County in Plan Book D, Volume 3, Page 53, erroneously called Plan D, Vol. 3, Page 63 on prior deed, more fully described as follows, to Wit: BEGINNING at a point on the northern side of Chambers Hill Road at the dividing line between said lot and Lot No.2 on the aforesaid Plan of Lots; thence North 29 degrees 30 minutes West, a distance of 130 feet to a point; thence North 60 degrees 30 minutes east, a distance of 85 feet to a point; thence South 29 degrees 30 minutes East, a distance of 130 feet to a point on the northern side of Chambers Hill Road; thence South 60 degrees 30 minutes West, a distance of 85 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING. BEING known as Lot No.1, as shown on said Plan, containing in area 11,050 square feet more or less. Property address: 7580 Chambers Hill Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Parcel #: 63-041-061. Seized and sold as the property of Charles Harty and Lisa McFee-Harty under judgment #2012-CV-2318. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 149 HARRY B. REESE Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $14,388.00

ALL THOSE CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCELS OF LAND SITUATE IN THE STEELTON BOROUGH; DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: TRACT NUMBER ONE: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF NORTH FRONT STREET, WHICH POINT IS ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE AND SEVENTEEN ONE HUNDREDTHS (145.17) FEET NORTH OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF FRONT AND CONESTOGA STREETS, WHICH POINT IS ALSO THE SOUTHERN LINE OF A TWELVE AND NINETY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS (12.95) FEET PRIVATE DRIVE WAY; THENCE SOUTHWARDLY ALONG THE WESTERN LINE OF FRONT STREET FIFTEEN AND SIXTY ONE HUNDREDS (15.60) FEET TO A POINT, WHICH POINT IS OPPOSITE THE CENTER OF THE PARTITION WALL SEPARATING PROPERTIES NOS. 418 AND 420 NORTH FRONT STREET; THENCE WESTWARDLY THROUGH THE CENTER OF SAID PARTITION WALL AND BEYOND IN A STRAIGHT LINE SEVENTY-FOUR AND FORTYTHREE ONE HUNDREDTHS (74.43) FEET TO A POINT ON OTHER LANDS OF THE GRANTORS HEREIN; THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG SAID OTHER LANDS OF THE GRANTORS AND ALMOST PARALLEL WITH FRONT STREET FIFTEEN AND SIXTY ONE HUNDREDTHS (15.60) FEET TO THE SOUTHERN LINE OF THE AFORESAID PRIVATE ALLEY WAY; THENCE EASTWARDLY ALONG SAID SIDE OF SAID PRIVATE ALLEY WAY SEVENTY-THREE AND FIFTY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS (73.55) FEET TO FRONT STREET, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. TRACT NUMBER TWO: BEGINNING AT A POINT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PRIVATE DRIVEWAY TWELVE AND NINETY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS (12.95) FEET WIDE BETWEEN PREMISES KNOWN AS NOS. 420 AND 424 NORTH FRONT STREET AT THE WESTERN SIDE OF NORTH FRONT STREET; THENCE WESTWARDLY ALONG THE MIDDLE OF SAID PRIVATE DRIVEWAY AND THE PROJECTION THEREOF WESTWARDLY FROM THE WESTERN END OF SAID PRIVATE DRIVEWAY THE TOTAL DISTANCE OF ONE HUNDRED FIVE AND THIRTY-TWO ONE HUNDREDTHS (105.32) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE EASTERN LINE OF LAND NOW OR LATE OF PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY; THENCE SOUTHWARDLY ALONG SAID LINE TWENTY-TWO AND EIGHT ONE HUNDREDTHS (22.08) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTHERN LINE OF PREMISES KNOWN AS NO. 418 NORTH FRONT STREET PROJECTED WESTWARDLY; THENCE EASTWARDLY

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C-10 - THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Continued From Section C, Page 9 ALONG THE SAID PROJECTION WESTWARDLY OF SAID LINE THIRTY-TWO AND SEVENTY-NINE ONE HUNDREDTHS (32.79) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE POINT AT THE SOUTHWESTERN CORNER OF PREMISES KNOWN AS NO. 420 NORTH FRONT STREET; THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG THE WESTERN LINE OF SAID PREMISES FIFTEEN AND SIXTY ONE HUNDREDTHS (15.60) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTHWESTERN CORNER OF SAID PREMISES; THENCE EASTWARDLY ALONG THE NORTHERN LINE OF SAID PREMISES SEVENTY-THREE AND FIFTY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS (73.55) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE WESTERN SIDE OF NORTH FRONT STREET AND THENCE NORTHWARDLY ALONG THE WESTERN SIDE OF NORTH FRONT STREET SIX AND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE ONE THOUSANDTHS (6.475) FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE POINT AT THE MIDDLE LINE OF AFORESAID DRIVEWAY, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING KNOWN AS: 420 NORTH FRONT STREET, STEELTON, PA 17113. PROPERTY ID NO.: 60019-014. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN AQUILINO ALVALLE AND JULIE ALVALLE, HIS WIFE BY DEED FROM DOMENIC A. DEPASTINO AND DIANA L. DEPASTINO, HUSBAND AND WIFE DATED 03/04/2002 RECORDED 03/08/2002 IN DEED BOOK 4305 PAGE 263. Seized and sold as the property of Aquilino Alvalle and Julie Alvalle under judgment #2012-CV-06189. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 150 LOUIS P. VITTI Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $188,999.15 All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land with the messuage or tenement thereon erected, situate in the Borough of Steelton, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point, the southeasterly intersection of Fourth Street and Primrose Avenue; thence along the Westerly line of said Primrose Avenue, South Forty eight degrees six minutes West, one hundred twenty-five feet (S. 48° 06’ W, 125’) to a point, the Northwesterly intersection of Primrose Avenue and Hyacinth Avenue; thence along the northerly line of said Hyacinth Avenue, North forty one degrees fifty-four minutes West, two hundred eight feet (N 41° 54’ W. 208’) to a point, the northeasterly intersection of Spruce Street and Hyacinth Avenue; thence along the Easterly line of said Spruce Street the following two courses and distance North forty-eight degrees six minutes East, thirty-seven and five-tenths feet (N 48° 06 E, 37.5), and South eightythree degrees forty minutes East, one hundred thirty-one and thirty-seven hundredth feet (S. 83° 40’ E. 131.37’) to the Southern line of Fourth Street; thence along the southerly line of Fourth Street, South forty-one degrees fifty-four minutes East, one hundred ten feet (S. 41° 54’ E. 110’) to the place of beginning. Having erected thereon a dwelling known as 302 Spruce Street, Steelton, PA 17113. Containing twenty-one thousand seven hundred twelve and five-tenths (21,712.5). Parcel #58-010-005. Being the same premises of Gerald J. Nystrom, Jr. and Patricia Ann Nystrom by their deed dated 9/26/08 and recorded on 10/1/08 in the recorder of Deed Office of Dauphin County Pennsylvania in Instrument # 20080036367 granted and conveyed unto Jonathan D. Brosius and Ashley M. Brosius. Seized and sold as the property of Jonathan D. Brosius and Ashley M. Brosius under judgment #2012-CV-5167. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 151 PAIGE M. BELLINO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $113,231.82 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PIECE OF LAND, SITUATE IN SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EASTERN LINE OF FOURTH STREET (NOW SIXTH STREET) TWO HUNDRED EIGHT AND FIVE TENTHS (208.5) FEET, MORE OR LESS, SOUTH OF THE

SOUTHEAST CORNER OF FOURTH STREET AND LINGLESTOWN ROAD AT THE LINE OF OTHER LAND NOW OR LATE OF ZEFFERING SAWDINO, ET UX, SEE DEED BOOK “P”, VOLUME 26, PAGE 594; THENCE EASTWARDLY, AT RIGHT SINGLES TO FOURTH STREET, ONE HUNDRED FIFTY (150) FEET TO A FORTY-FIVE (45) FEET WIDE UNNAMED STREET; THENCE SOUTHWARDLY, ALONG THE WESTERN LINE OF SAID STREET, FIFTY (50) FEET TO A POINT; THENCE WESTWARDLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO FOURTH STREET ALONG THE LINE OF LANDS NOW OR LATE OF ZEFFERINO SERDINO, ET, UTX, ONE HUNDRED FIFTY(150) FEET TO FOURTH STREET; THENCE NORTHWARDLY, ALONG THE EASTERN LINE OF FOURTH STREET, FIFTY (50) FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. BEING KNOWN AS: 4377 NORTH 6TH STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17110. PROPERTY ID NO.: 62008-191. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN SHEILA D. FRIERSON, ADULT INDIVIDUAL AND DOROTHY M. FRIERSON, UNMARRIED WIDOW BY DEED FROM GARY A. TIBBENS AND CHERYL A. TIBBENS, HUSBAND AND WIFE DATED 08/07/2007 RECORDED 09/26/2007 IN DEED BOOK INSTRUMENT # 20070038874. Seized and sold as the property of Dorothy M Frierson and Sheila D. Frierson under judgment #2012-CV-06636. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 152 KEITH MOONEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $61,923.29 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Thirteenth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the South side of Swatara Street, one hundred seventytwo (172) feet, six (6) inches, more or less East of the Eastern line of Twentieth Street, at or opposite the center of the partition wall between houses Nos. 2015A and 2017 Swatara Street, and running thence Southwardly, through the center of said partition wall between said houses and beyond, in all, one hundred (100) feet to the north side of McCleaster Avenue; thence Eastwardly, along the North side of said McCleaster Avenue, fifteen (15) feet to a point at or opposite the center of the partition wall between houses Nos. 2017 and 2017A Swatara Street; thence Northwardly, through the center of said Last-mentioned partition wall; and beyond, one hundred (100) feet to the South side of Swatara Street; and thence Westwardly, along the south side of Swatara Street, fifteen (15) feet to the place of Beginning. HAVING thereon erected a two-story brick dwelling house now known as No. 2017 Swatara Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING KNOWN as Parcel # 13-015-008. Which has the address of 2017 Swatara Street, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA 17104. SEIZED IN EXECUTION AS THE PROPERTY OF CAPSTONE HOLDINGS, LLC, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company under judgment # 2012-CV-06753. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 153 KEITH MOONEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $144,436.60 TRACT NO. 1 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Second Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the west side of South Fourteenth Street, distance southwardly 108 feet, more or less, from the south side of Reese Street, at or opposite the center of a partition wall between houses now known as Nos. 332 and 334 South Fourteenth Street, and running thence westwardly through the center of said partition wall and through the center of the partition wall between two double garages erected on the said properties, in all, 151 feet 10 inches, to Buckthorn Avenue; thence northwardly along the east side of said Buckthorn Avenue, 20 feet more or less, to land now or late of Edward F. Hummel, which is 88 feet south of Reese Street; thence eastwardly along the line of said Hummel land, 151 feet 10 inches, more or less to the west side of Fourteenth Street; thence southwardly, along the west side of the said Fourteenth Street 20

feet, more or less, to the place of Beginning. BEING parts of lots Nos. 34 and 35 on a plan of lots laid out by W.T. Hildrup, and recorded in Plan Book A, Page 16. HAVING thereon erected a three-story brick dwelling house and double garage in the rear of said lot now known as No. 332 South Fourteenth Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. BEING KNOWN as Parcel # 02-020-021. Which has the address of 332 South Fourteenth, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA 17104. TRACT NO 2 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land with the improvements thereon erected, situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more fully bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the east side of South 14th Street, the said point being approximately 35 feet from the southeast corner of South 14th Street and Reese Avenue; thence in an easterly direction along the line dividing these premises from the premises known as 331 South 14th Street, 118 feet to a point in the western line of a four foot strip of land hereinafter referred to; thence along the line of the four foot strip of land southwardly 12.85 feet to a point in a line of property known as 337 South 14th Street; thence westwardly along the said line, 118 feet to a point on the eastern line of South 14th Street; thence along the said line of South 14th Street, northwardly 12.85 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED premises known and numbered 335 South 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The owners or occupiers of the hereinbefore described premises shall have the right to use for ingress, egress, and regress, a four foot strip of land running across the entire width of the adjacent premises known as 337 South 14th Street and lying immediately west of the frame garages located thereon and an adjoining 3.6 foot wide strip connecting the said 4 foot wide strip of land with Daisy Avenue and lying on the southern side of the said garages. For right in the said owners or occupiers, see deed recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County in Deed Book “T”, Vo. 46, page 51. BEING KNOWN AS Parcel #02-021-063. Which has the address of 335 South 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104. TRACT NO. 3 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in the Second Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the east side of South 14th Street, said point being 47.85 feet south of the southeast corner of South 14th Street and Reese Avenue; thence in an easterly direction through the center of a frame partition wall dividing property herein described from premises known as 335 South 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and beyond, 118 feet to a point; thence northwardly parallel with South 14th Street, 12.85 feet to a point on the southern line of premises 331 south 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; thence along the said lineeastwardly 33.50 feet to a point on the western side of Daisy Avenue; thence southwardly along the western line of Daisy Avenue, 25.70 feet to a point in the line of property No. 339 South 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; thence westwardly along said line, 151.50 feet to a point on the eastern line of South 14th Street; thence northwardly along the eastern line of South 14th Street, 12.73 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a 2-1/2 story frame dwelling house known as 337 South 14th Street, and having erected in the rear thereof frame garages. This conveyance is subject, nevertheless to the right of the owners or occupiers of premises 335 South 14th Street to use for ingress, egress, and regress, a four foot strip of land running across the entire width of the premises herein conveyed and lying immediately westward of the aforementioned frame garage and adjoining 3.60 foot wide strip connecting the said four foot strip of land with Daisy Avenue and lying on the southern side of the said garages. BEING KNOWN AS Parcel #02-021-064. Which has the address of 337 South 14th Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104. UNDER AND SUBJECT, NEVERTHELESS, to easements, conditions and restrictions of prior record pertaining to the said three premises. SEIZED IN EXECUTION AS THE PROPERTY OF CAPSTONE HOLDINGS, LLC, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company under judgment # 2012-CV-06760. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 154 MICHAEL M. McKEEVER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $131,544.71 ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE AND BEING IN THE BOROUGH OF PAXTANG, COUNTY OF DAUPHIN, C O M M O N W E A LT H O F PENNSYLVANIA, AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTHERN SIDE OF BRISBAN STREET, 150 FEET WEST FROM THE WESTERN SIDE OF SWAN STREET, THENCE NORTH THROUGH THE PARTITION WALL OF THE PROPERTIES NOS. 3520-3522 BRISBAN STREET, AND BEYOND, 125 FEET TO THE SOUTHERN LINE OF PEAR ALLEY; THENCE EAST ALONG PEAR ALLEY 30 FEET TO A POINT ON THE LINE OF LOT NO. 15, IN BLOCK L, OF THE PLAN OF LOTS LAID OUT BY HENRY J. AND JOHN C. FORNEY; THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID LOT 125 FEET TO BRISBAN STREET; THENCE WEST ALONG BRISBAN STREET 30 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO A POINT, THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. PARCEL NO. 47-027-011. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3522 Brisban Street Harrisburg, PA 17111. Seized and sold as the property of Thelma A. Lewis and Michael D. Lewis and Sara J. Lewis under judgment # 2010-CV-4617. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 155 JENI S. MADDEN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $1,581,796.17 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situated in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a Final Subdivision Plan prepared by John R. Williams, P.L.S., dated March 11, 1987, and recorded in Plan Book “J”, Volume 4, Page 70, for Dusan Bratic and Kathleen M. Bratic, as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point at the common boundary line of Lot No.1 of the aforementioned subdivision plan: thence parallel to Nationwide Drive, North 65 degrees 31 minutes 00 seconds East 397.26 feet to a concrete monument; thence along property owned now or formerly by Corporate Center 81, South 00, degrees 52 minutes 27 seconds East 336.26 feet to a concrete monument; thence parallel to Interstate 81, South 69. degrees 38 minutes 49 seconds West (134.05) feet to a steel pin; thence North 20 degrees 21 minutes 11 seconds West 10 feet to a steel pin; thence South 69 degrees 38 minutes 49 seconds West 47 feet to a steel pin; thence along the common boundary line of Lot No.1 on the aforesaid plan, North 20 degrees 21 minutes 11 seconds West 85.65 feet to a steel pin; thence continuing along the aforesaid common boundary line North 48 degrees 29 minutes 00 seconds West 218.57 feet to a point and first mentioned place of BEGINNING. KNOWN as Lot No. 2 and containing 1.880 acres. BEING TAX PARCEL NO. 62-023-071. PREMISES BEING: 150 Nationwide Drive, Susquehanna Township, Harrisburg, PA 17110. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with easements, exceptions, reservations, restrictions, rights of way, covenants and conditions as contained in prior instruments of record. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Dusan Bratic and Kathleen M. Bratic Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2011CV-07010 NT. Seized and sold as the property of Dusan Bratic and Kathleen M. Bratic under judgment # 2011-CV07010. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 156 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $84,807.90 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in Swatara Township, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described according to a survey of D.P. Raffensperger, Registered Surveyor, dated February 20, 1958, as follows, BEGINNING at a point on the Northern line of Rutherford Street, five hundred fifty-nine and forty-two one hundredths (559.42) feet East of the Northeast corner of the intersection of Rutherford Street and Wilhelm Road, also being at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 74 and 75 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence Northwardly along same, said line being at right angles to Rutherford Street, one hundred ten (110) feet to a point; thence Eastwardly along a line running parallel

with Rutherford Street, thirtyfive (35) feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots No. 73 and 74 on said Plan; thence Southwardly along same and at right angles to Rutherford Street, through center line of a partition wall between premises known and numbered 3734 and 3732 Rutherford Street, and beyond one hundred ten (110) feet to a point on the Northern line of Rutherford Street; thence Westwardly along same, thirty-five (35) feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 74 on Revised Plan of Harrisburg Estates, Inc., said Plan recorded in Wall Map Book, Page 3, Dauphin County Records. HAVING thereon erected a two-story brick dwelling house known as No. 3732 Rutherford Street. Title to said Premises vested in Jennifer Jenssen by Deed from Michael Wevodau, Jr. Administrator of the Estate of Barbara B. Wevodau dated September 8, 2006 and recorded on September 14, 2006 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds as Instrument No. 20060038099. Property Address 3732 Rutherford Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Tax Parcel Number: 63006-017. Seized and sold as the property of Jennifer Jenssen under Judgment Number 2011-CV-07031-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 157 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $91,489.11 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Ninth Ward of the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania., bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the South side of Chestnut Street, said point being one hundred twenty-one (121) feet West from the Southwest corner of Chestnut and Twentieth Streets; and at the Eastern line of the property now or formerly of Sylvia A. Zerbe; thence southwardly along the Eastern line of the property now or formerly of Sylvia A. Zerbe one hundred (100) feet to Austin Street; thence eastwardly along said Austin Street eighteen (18) feet to a point; thence northwardly and through the center of a brick partition wall, dividing the property herein described from property No. 1953 Chestnut Street one hundred (100) feet to Chestnut Street; thence westwardly along said Chestnut Street eighteen (18) feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. PARCEL NO. 09-082-024. Title to said Premises vested in Monica Ritter by Deed from Victor J. Bucharew and Maria Buckarew dated February 5, 2007 and recorded on February 15, 2007 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds as Document No. 20070006684. Property Address 1951 Chestnut Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. Tax Parcel Number: 09082-024. Seized and sold as the property of Monica Ritter under Judgment Number 2011- CV-11715-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 158 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $145,766.18 ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN pieces or parcels of land situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: PARCEL NO. 1 BEGINNING at a point on the eastern side of Ford Avenue which point is 4.50 feet South of the division line between Lots No. 6 and 7 on hereinafter mentioned plan; thence along said line South 80 degrees 42 minutes East 131.08 feet to a point at land now or late of Roy S. Reynolds; thence along said land South 09 degrees 18 minutes West 51.5 feet to a point; thence continuing along said land South 02 degrees West 14.14 feet to a point 4.50 feet South of the division line between Lots Nos. 5 and 6 on hereinafter mentioned plan; thence along the northern line of property No. 1419 Ford Avenue, North 88 degrees West 130 feet to a point on the eastern line of Ford Avenue; thence along said line North 02 degrees East 22.50 feet to a point; thence continuing along said line North 08 degrees 18 minutes East 52.96 feet to a point and the place of BEGINNING. BEING part of Lots Nos. 5 and 6 on Plan of Lots known as Locust Lane Acres and recorded in Dauphin County Recorder’s Office in Plan Book “V”, Page 75. PARCEL NO. 2 BEGINNING at a point on the dividing line between Lots No. 2 and 3 on the

hereinafter mentioned plan of lots, and at the Southeast corner of land now or late of Michael O. Toone and Lynne S. Toone; thence North 02 degrees East a distance of 20.64 feet to a point; thence continuing North 09 degrees 23 minutes East a distance of 51.50 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots No. 3 and 4 on the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots; thence South 80 degrees 42 minutes East a distance of 73.70 feet to a point; thence South 09 degrees 41 minutes West a distance of 43.87 feet to a point; thence continuing South 02 degrees West a distance of 18.87 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 2 and 3 on the aforesaid plan; thence North 88 degrees West a distance of 73.87 feet to a point, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 3 on the plan of “Reynolds” a survey by Roy M. Benjamin, P.E., said plan being recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office of Dauphin County in Plan Book “K-2”, Page 29. TAX MAP NO. 35-065090. Tide to said Premises vested in Jennifer E. Gillette and John M. Gillette by Deed from Brian D. Furjanic dated March 31, 2005 and recorded on April 6, 2005 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds in Book 5939, Page 483. Property Address: 1417 Ford Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17109. Tax Parcel Number: 35065-090. Seized and sold as the property of John M. Gillette and Jennifer E. Gillette under Judgment Number 2011-CV9859-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 159 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $65,255.26 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PIECE OF GROUND. SITUATE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF NORTH WATER STREET IN THE BOROUGH OF LYKENS, COUNTY OF DAUPHIN AND COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, BEING THE WHOLE LOT NO. 171 ON THE PLANS OF SAID BOROUGH AS LAID OUT BY DANIEL HOFFMAN IN A.A. 1848, BOUNDED AS FOLLOWS: ON THE NORTH BY WALTER STREET; ON THE EAST BY AN ALLEY; ON THE WEST BY LOT NO. 170; AND ON THE SOUTH BY AN ALLEY. IT BEING FIFTY (50) FEET IN FRONT AND ONE HUNDRED FORTY (140) FEET DEEP. Title to said Premises vested in Catherine L. Decker by Deed from Brian D. Furjanic dated March 31, 2005 and recorded on April 6, 2005 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds in Book 5939, Page 483. Property Address 656 North Street, Lykens, PA 17048. Tax Parcel Number: 37001-039. Seized and sold as the property of Catherine L. Decker under Judgment Number 2010 CV 14336. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 160 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $79,389.50 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more fully bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the North side of a 20’ foot alley, said pipe being located 170’ North of the North side of Lucknow Road and 265.25’ East of the East side of Sixth Street and also sometimes known as Fourth Street, all as shown on an unrecorded plan of lots known as the F.M. Ott estate, dated July 20th, 1920; thence northwardly along lands recently conveyed to Paul B., and Priscilla E. Swartz, 53.82’ said point being located 69.70’ East of a 45’ Kaby Street; thence eastwardly along lands of Paul E. and Priscilla E. Swartz 87’ to an iron pipe on the West side of a 20’ wide alley; thence southwardly along the West side of the aforementioned alley 58.30’ to an iron pipe and thence westwardly along the North side of the first mentioned alley 86.75’ to an iron pipe the place of BEGINNING. TAX MAP NO. 62-008007. BEING the same premises which Lawrence W. Moya and Sally L. Moya, by Deed dated 05-23-07 and recorded 06-14-07 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for the County of Dauphin as Instrument No. 20070023684, granted and conveyed unto Sally L. Moya. Property Address: 4319 Kaby Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Seized and sold as the property of Sally L. Moya, Original Mortgagor and Real

Owner and Lawrence W. Moya, Original Mortgagor under Judgment Number 2011 CV 9784 MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 161 KRISTINE M. ANTHOU Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $71,818.07 ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or piece of land situate in the Third Ward of the Borough of Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING on the Northeastern side of South Fourth Street on the Northwestern line of property No. 45 South Fourth Street, formerly of J. W. Barrick and now or late of Lloyd A. Kennedy; thence Northeastwardly along said Northwestern line of property No. 45 South Fourth Street, and through the center of the partition wall between properties Nos. 43 and 45 South Fourth Street, and beyond, a total distance of One Hundred Twenty-five (125) feet to the Southwestern side of Penn Street; thence Northwestwardly along the Southwestern side of Penn Street Twenty (20) feet to a point on the Southeastern line of property No. 39 South Fourth Street, now or late of Harold L. Calhoun; thence Southwestwardly, at right angles to Penn Street, along the Southeastern line of property No. 39 South Fourth Street, One Hundred Twenty-five (125) feet to the Northeastern side of South Fourth Street; thence Southeastwardly along said Northeastern side of South Fourth Street Twenty (20) feet to the Northwestern line of property No. 45 South Fourth Street, the place of BEGINNING. BEING Parcel No. 59014-066. BEING the same premises which Jane E. Coder, Executrix of the Estate of Bruce L. Coder, by Deed dated October 23, 2007 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County on October 29, 2007 at Instrument Number 20070043340, granted and conveyed to Lisa Jeffcoat. TAX PARCEL # (59-014066). PREMISES BEING: 43 South 4th Street, Steelton, PA 17113. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of Lisa Jeffcoat, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2009-CV-04303-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 162 ANDREW J. MARLEY Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $59,442.83 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land with the buildings and improvements thereon erected. SITUATE in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows to wit; BEGINNING at a point 240.5 feet, more or less, east of the southeastern corner of the intersection of S. 15th and Vernon Streets; thence in a southerly direction 115 feet to a point; thence in an easterly direction 19 feet 3 inches, more or less, to a point, thence in a northerly direction 115 feet, more or less, to a point on the south side of Vernon Street, thence in a westerly direction 19 feet, 3 inches, more or less, to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a two and one-half story frame dwelling house known as 1535 Vernon Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Bounded on the north by Vernon Street, on the east by 1537 Vernon Street, on the west by 1533 Vernon Street and on the south by a 3-foot wide alley. UNDER and SUBJECT, nevertheless, to easements, restrictions, conditions, reservations and rights of way of record. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Michael P. Meixsell and Michelle A. Meixsell, h/w, by Deed from Jonathan M. Frame, a married man and Michael P. Meixsell, a married man, as tenants in common, dated 01/11/2008, recorded 02/29/2008 in Instrument Number 20080007015. TAX PARCEL NO.: 09069-016. PREMISES BEING: 1535 VERNON STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-1105. Seized and sold as the property of Michelle A. Meixsell and Michael P. Meixsell under judgment # 2011-CV-12037. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 163 JOHN MICHAEL KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $63,587.13 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described in accordance with a survey and plan thereof made by D. P. Raffensperger, Registered Surveyor, dated February 15, 1967, as follows: BEGINNING at point on the West side of South 23rd Street, said point being 126.40 feet South of the Southwest corner of 23rd and Derry Streets; thence extending along the West side of 23rd Street, South 9 degrees East 17 feet to a corner of premises known as No. 1008 S. 23rd Street; thence along said premises and passing through the center of a partition wall, South 81 degrees West 115 feet to a point on the East side of Goodyear Alley; thence along the same, North 9 degrees West 17 feet to a corner of premises known as No. 1004 S. 23rd Street; thence along said premises North 81 degrees East 115 feet to the point and place beginning. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Rosalie Glymph, a single woman, by Deed from Wayne H. Beard, a single man, dated 10/11/2005, recorded 10/18/2005 in Book 6238, Page 102. TAX PARCEL NO.: 13085-033. PREMISES BEING: 1006 SOUTH 23RD STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17104-2757. Seized and sold as the property of Rosalie Glymph under judgment #2008-CV-00057. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 164 DAVID FEIN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $129,076.80 ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground situate in Harrisburg City, County of Dauphin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at A point on the West side of South 26th Street, said point being 25 feet North of the Northwest corner of South 26th Street and Woodlawn Street, thence Westwardly along lands now or formerly of John H. Bainey and at right angles to South 26th Street; 100 feet to Pratt Alley; thence Northwardly along the Eastern side of Pratt Alley, 41 feet 8 inches to a point thence Eastwardly at right angles to South 26th Street and along lands now or formerly of William R. Turby, 100 feet to the Western side of South 26th Street; and thence Southwardly along the Western side of South 26th Street, 41 feet 8 inches to a point, the place of beginning. Having thereon erected a two-story frame dwelling house known as No. 710 South 26th Street and also a stucco garage. Parcel#: 13-071-020. Property Address: 710 South 26th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17111. Seized and sold as the property of Sorina Ly under judgment # 2012-CV-6859. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 165 PATRICK J. WESNER Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $111,098.12 ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon erected situate in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the northeasterly corner of Nevada and Wyoming Avenue; thence along the easterly line of Nevada Avenue in a northerly direction 125 feet to a point at the dividing line between Lot Nos. 245 and 246 on the hereinafter mentioned Plan of Lots; thence along said dividing line in a line at right angles to Nevada Avenue in an easterly direction 65 feet to a point at dividing line between Lot Nos. 246 and 247 on said Plan; thence along said dividing line in a line at right angles to Wyoming Avenue in a southerly direction 125 feet to a point on the northerly line of Wyoming Avenue; thence along the northerly line of Wyoming Avenue in a westerly direction 65 feet to a point, the Place of BEGINNING. BEING Lot No. 246 on Plan of Lots known as Colonial Park Gardens, which Plan is recorded in the Dauphin County Recorder of Deeds Office in Plan Book R, Page 61, and being Known as 4916 Wyoming Avenue. UNDER AND SUBJECT to building, zoning, deed and plan restrictions, rights of the public and others in the roads, streets, and alleyways

adjoining the described premises and easements of record and apparent. Title to said Premises vested in Kenneth Maugans by Deed from Michael L. Coons and Diane Coons dated June 28, 2007 and recorded on July 6, 2007 in the Dauphin County Office of the Recorder of Deeds as Instrument No. 20070026928. Property Address: 4916 Wyoming Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17109. Ta x P a r c e l N u m b e r : 35057057. Seized and sold as the property of Kenneth L. Maugans under Judgment Number 2011-CV-06466-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 166 JOHN MICHAEL KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $81,326.46

ALL THAT CERTAIN lots or piece of ground situate in the Borough of Royalton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a steel reinforcement bar located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Water Street and fifty (50) foot wide unopened Burd Street; thence along the western right-of-way line of Water Street 03 degrees 23 minutes 00 second East one hundred (100) feet to a reinforcement bar at an iron post; thence along the lands of Alice and George Cleland South 86 degrees 23 minutes 00 second West one hundred sixty-eight (168) feet to the low water mark of the Swatara Creek; thence along said low water mark of Swatara Creek North 03 degrees 37 minutes 00 second West one hundred (100) feet to a point along the said low water line; thence along the southern right-of-way of unopened Burd Street North 86 degrees 23 minutes 00 second East one hundred sixty-eight (168) feet to a steel reinforcement bar being the place of BEGINNING. BEING all of Lots #394 and 395 as shown on the Plan of Port Royal now a part of the General Plan of the Borough of Royalton as surveyed by Robert L. Reed, Reed Engineering, Inc., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on September 29, 1983. HAVING thereon erected a dwelling known and numbered as 209 Water Street, Middletown, PA 17057. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN Andrew E. Howarth and Amy L. Howarth, h/w, by Deed from George W. Myers, III, administrator of the Estate of George W. Myers, Jr., dated 05/31/2006, recorded 06/06/2006 in Book 20060022266, Page . TAX PARCEL NO. 1: 53001-012. TAX PARCEL NO. 2: 53001-011. PREMISES BEING: 209 WATER STREET, MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057-1548. Seized and sold as the property of Andrew E. Howarth A/K/A Andrew Howarth and Amy L. Howarth under judgment # 2012-CV-4694. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

SALE NO. 168 JOHN MICHAEL KOLESNIK Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $48,616.63

ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land with the improvements thereon erected situate in the 8th Ward in the City of Harrisburg, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the Northern line of Elm Street, said point being of the western line of a three (3) feet wide private alley; thence along said private alley and in a Northerly direction, sixtyfive and five-tenths (65.5) feet to a point on the southern line of an intersecting three (3) feet wide alley; thence, along said alley and in an easterly direction, forty-five (45) feet, more or less, to a point at line of property now or late of Michael Ulrich, et ux; thence, by said property now or late of Michael Ulrich, et ux, south sixty-nine (69) feet, more or less, to the northern line of Elm Street; thence, along the northern line of Elm Street in a Westerly direction, thirty-six and five-tenths (36.5) feet to a point on the western line of a three (3) feet wide alley; the place of BEGINNING. TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN LUIS ROBERT JONES by Deed from Ian M. Castaneira and Brian O. Garrison, as tenants in common dated 01/18/06, recorded 02/01/06 in Instrument No.: 20060003806. TAX PARCEL NO.: 08008-034. PREMISES BEING: 1732 ELM STREET, HARRISBURG, PA 17103-1532.

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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - C-11 Continued From Section C, Page 10 Seized and sold as the property of Luis Robert Jones A/K/A Luis Jones under judgment # 2011-CV-11930. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 169 CHRISTOPHER A. DeNARDO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $55,540.74 ALL THAT CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described in accordance with a survey of Robert G. Sherrick, R.S., dated June 14, 1978 as follows: BEGINNING at a point said point being North 87 degrees 31 minutes 59 seconds East a distance of 160 feet from the intersection of the eastern right of way line of 25th Street and the southern right of way line of Barkley Lane; thence along the southern right of way line of Barkley Lane; thence along southern right of way line of Barkley Lane North 87 degrees 31 minutes 59 seconds East a distance of 30 feet to a point; thence South 02 degrees 28 minutes 01 seconds East a distance 95.36 feet to a point; thence South 87 degrees 11 minutes 01 seconds West a distance of 30 feet; thence North 02 degrees 28 minutes 01 seconds West 95.55 feet along Lot No. 42 of the hereinafter mentioned plan of lots to the point of BEGINNING. HAVING erected thereon a town house known and numbered as 2515 Barkley Lane. ALSO being known as Lot No. 41 on a plan of lots known as Barkley Courts as will more fully appear in Plan Book U, Volume 2, Page 85 as recorded in the Recorder of Deeds in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Being the same premises which Donna D. Wilkinson by deed dated April 20, 2000 and recorded on May 2, 2000 in Book 3654 Page 20 in the Recorder of Deeds for Dauphin County, granted and conveyed unto Tamara M. Richardson. 2515 Barkley Lane, Harrisburg, PA 17104. Parcel Number: 13-030069. Seized and sold as the property of Tamara M. Richardson under judgment # 2012-CV-05665. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin Coun-

ty, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 170 MARGARET GAIRO Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $73,037.10 ALL THAT UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN CERTAIN piece or parcel of land situate in the Township of Susquehanna, County of Dauphin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on the North side of State Highway (formerly Jonestown Road), said point being at the intersection wall of the properties numbered 3124 and 3126 on said highway, and being 173 feet, more or less, West of the Northwest corner of said State Highway and Forney Alley; thence northwardly through the aforementioned partition wall and beyond, 140 feet to a point on the southern side of Long Alley; thence westwardly along Long Alley, 20 feet, more or less, to a point on the land now or late of Harry B. Raysor and Charles R. Raysor; thence southwardly along the said Raysor land, 140 feet to a point on the State Highway; thence eastwardly along the State Highway, 20 feet, more or less, to a point, the place of BEGINNING. HAVING THEREON ERECTED a two and one-half story brick dwelling known as 3124 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. TAX PARCEL NO. 62-033120. Premises Being: 3124 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109. BEING the same premises which Thu-Loan T. Ngo by Deed dated August 3, 2006 and recorded August 15, 2006 in Deed Book Instrument #20060033205, in the Dauphin County Recorder’s Office, granted and conveyed unto Thu-Loan T. Ngo and Phuong Tran. SEIZED, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of which Thu-Loan T. Ngo and Phuong Tran, Mortgagor(s) herein, under Judgment No. 2010-CV-14973-MF. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 172 JEFFREY C. BRIGHT Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $55,967.36 Tax No.: 02-020-018. Premises: 326 S. 14th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104-

3343. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of JVHOUSING, LLC, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2012-CV-08378-NT. ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situate in the City of Harrisburg, Second Ward, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, more particularly bounded and described in accordance with a survey by Michael C. D’Angelo, Registered Surveyor, dated August 19, 1997 as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point along the westerly line of S. Fourteenth Street, which point is 33 feet south of the intersection of Reese and S. Fourteenth St.; thence continuing along the westerly line of S. Fourteenth Street, South 23 degrees 45 minutes East, a distance of 15.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between the herein described property and the property known as 328 S. Fourteenth Street; thence along said dividing line, South 66 degrees 15 minutes West, a distance of 151.83 feet to a point along the Easterly line of Buckthorn Street; thence along said line of Buckthorn Street, North 23 degrees 45 minutes West, a distance of 15.00 feet to a point at the dividing line between the herein described property and the property known as 324 S. Fourteenth Street; thence along said dividing line and through the center of a partition wall and beyond, North 66 degrees 15 minutes East, a distance of 151.83 feet to a point the place of BEGINNING. HAVING thereon erected a three-story brick dwelling house known as 326 S. Fourteenth Street with detached garage. BEING the same which Ronald S. Goldberg and Linda L. Goldberg, husband and wife, by their deed dated August 7, 2008 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in Record Book and Page 20080030261, granted and conveyed unto JV HOUSING, LLC, aka JVHOUSING, LLC. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. SALE NO. 173 JEFFREY L. TROUTMAN Esquire JUDGMENT AMOUNT $31,465.30 PARCEL # 02-027-078. ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land, situate in the Second (2nd) Ward of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on

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From The Wednesday, December 6, 1989 Edition Of The Press And Journal Teacher Of Year Judith L. Murray was named Secondary Business Education Teacher of the Year by the Pennsylvania Business Education Association (PBEA). The announcement was made at the Association’s annual conference Nov. 18 at the Harrisburg Marriott. the Northwest corner of Crescent Street and a Four foot alley; thence northwardly along the Eastern line of Crescent Street twelve (12) feet, more or less, to a point at or opposite the center of the partition wall dividing properties known as Nos. 453 and 455 Crescent Street; thence eastwardly, through the center of said partition wall, parallel with the aforesaid Four foot alley, and beyond, seventy (70) feet, more or less, to a point; thence southwardly parallel with Crescent Street, twelve (12) feet, more or less, to a point in the northern line of the aforesaid four foot alley; thence westwardly along said four foot alley; seventy (70) feet, more or less, to a point, the place of BEGINNING. Having thereon erected a two story brick dwelling known as 455 Crescent Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. BEING TAX PARCEL NO. 02-027-078. PREMISES BEING: 455 CRESCENT STREET, HARRISBURG, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 17104. BEING THE SAME PREMISES which Martin L. Houser by Deed dated February 1, 2000, and recorded on February 4, 2000 in Dauphin County Deed Book 2606, Page 108, granted and conveyed unto Ozzie L. Lewis, Grantor herein. UNDER AND SUBJECT to and together with easements, exceptions, reservations, restrictions, right of way, covenants and conditions as contained in prior instrument of record. SEIZED AND TAKEN in execution as the property of OZZIE L. LEWIS, Mortgagors herein, under Judgment No. 2011-CV-10203.

Murray is chairwoman of the business education department at Steelton-Highspire High School. She has been a business education teacher at Steel-High for the past 15 years. She was recently reelected to her second term as a school director for the Middletown Area School District. She is married to John Murray, principal at Steelton-Highspire High School and has two sons, Christopher, 19 and Jonathan, 16. NOTICE is further given to all parties in interest and claimants. Schedule of proposed distributions will be filed by the Sheriff of Dauphin County, on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and distributions will be made in accordance with the said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter.

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The Highest and Best Bidder Shall Be The Buyer Terms - The purchaser will be required to pay the full amount of his bid by TWO O’CLOCK PM on the day of sale, and if complied with, a deed will be tendered by the Sheriff at the next Court of Common Pleas for Dauphin County, conveying to the purchaser all the right, title, interest and claim which the said defendant has in and to said property at the time of levying the same. ALTHOUGH NOT PART OF THE MINIMUM BID, PROPERTY SOLD FOR THE MINIMUM BID DOES NOT DISCHARGE DELINQUENT AND/OR OUTSTANDING TAXES AND THE PURCHASER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SAME. If above conditions be not complied with on the part of the Purchaser, the property will again be offered for sale by the Sheriff at THREE O’CLOCK PM on the same day. The said purchaser will be held liable for the deficiencies and additional cost of said sale. November 12, 2012 John R. Lotwick, Sheriff of Dauphin County

Listed among her accomplishments were her coordination efforts in updating Steelton-Highspire’s three vocational business education programs: accounting, secretarial and general office, which earned these programs the Exemplary Programs Award by the PA Department of Education in 1985. The programs have served as exemplary vocational business education models for the past five years. Murray also serves as chairwoman of PBEA’s Hotline for Intermediate Units 15 and 16. Murray is a 1965 graduate of Boyertown Area High School and earned her B.S. in Education at Bloomsburg University in 1969. She is currently working on her master’s degree in teaching and curriculum at Penn State University at Harrisburg. Council Okays $3.8 M. Budget; Holds Line On Taxes, Fees Middletown Borough Council voted unanimously Monday night to adopt a 1990 budget that calls for expenditures of $3,853,450. It also proposes no increases in Borough tax rates or municipal service fees. Although Councilman Terry Seiders, who introduced the final version of the budge, said “some minor adjustments” had been made in the original version introduced at Council’s Nov. 6 meeting, there was no change in total expenditures. As originally indicated at the Nov. 6 meeting, the 1990 financial plan proposes no increases in real estate, earned income, occupation or per capita taxes. At Monday night’s meeting, Seiders noted that property taxes would remain at 2.07 mills. He

reiterated that the budget calls for no boost in fees for municipal services. Anticipated expenditures are up slightly from 1989’s total of $3,770,175, but revenues and interfund transfers are expected to be sufficient to handle the increase. Officials say taxes will produce revenues of about $714,000 during 1990, but the bulk of the proposed $3.8 million in expenditures will be funded by anticipated revenues of about $2,309,000 from the Borough Electric Department. Council also voted unanimously to adopt a water/sewer fund budget of $2,569,550 as presented by Seiders. Although utility rates will not be increased during the coming year, Seiders said those departments would receive enough funds to maintain service at current levels and to make some slight improvements in the utility systems. Commenting on adoption of the budget, Council President Barbara Layne expressed her own and Council’s appreciation to Councilman Seiders, Richard Swartz, and Barry Goodling, members of the Finance Committee, and to Borough Manager Bruce Hamer and his staff for their excellent work in preparing the 1990 budget. Township Approves Amended Comprehensive Plan For Area A consulting engineer praised West Donegal Township officials Monday night for taking “a more definitive look” at the proposed Elizabethtown Area Comprehensive Plan and for making mean-

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C-12 - THE PRESS AND JOURNAL, Wednesday, December 5, 2012

ART IN A CAN He uses spray paint to create landscapes as colorful as his life. “It took about six months before I did a painting I liked. It’s just a matter of trial and error.” -Artist Joe

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Artist Joe, top photo, paints with spray paint at Penn State Harrisburg. He travels across the country to share his technique at college campuses. Artist Joe, above, creates a radiant sun by turning a can of paint upside down. Jessica Yohn, a freshman at Penn State Harrisburg, below, holds a painting by Artist Joe that he gave to her during his presentation. A collection of spray paint cans used by Artist Joe.

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his is a story about a guy named Joe. Just Joe. He came from New York, the city that never sleeps – a place where artistic talent fills the streets. One day in 1998, Joe was struck with inspiration by a man on the sidewalk who was using spray paint to create art. Three days later, he was struck again – this time by lightning. Joe doesn’t go by just “Joe’’ anymore. Today he is known as Artist Joe, and travels to college campuses and other venues to share his spray paint art. He visited Penn State Harrisburg in October, and painted scenes as impressive as the story of how he got there. While recovering from his near-death experience from the lightning strike, Joe thought about that man he saw making art using only spray paint, some lids, and a putty knife. “I said, ‘God, I wish I could do that,’ ” said Joe. Those words kept playing over and over in his head, until he finally decided to try painting. It wasn’t something that came naturally, but something he enjoyed and wanted to work on to get better. To say it was difficult is an understatement. “It took about six months before I did a painting I liked,” he said. But Joe kept at it. He left New York for the sunny state of Florida, where he teamed up with other artists interested in spray paint art and entertaining crowds. Joe trains the artists on different techniques, things he learned and stumbled across while painting. “It’s just a matter of trial and error,” he said. “I don’t use paintbrushes or more

traditional things.” Instead, Joe makes leaves with the end of a plastic grocery bag, planets with paint lids, or the sun by turning the spray paint can upside down and spraying in a circular motion. The artist works quickly, finishing a picture on a 5-by-7-inch sheet of glossy paper within three to five minutes. The finished product depicts anything from landscapes to space scenes, and everything in between. Joe has been visiting colleges for about 13 years, but said longer shows are exhausting to do alone. During Joe’s visit to Penn State Harrisburg, he brought along Stockholm Filly, who was inspired by Joe’s work to start painting. “He showed me some of his work, and I really wanted to learn how to do it,” she said. The show in Middletown was only Filly’s third. She started learning spray paint art just the week before, and didn’t have a background in art. “I just learned how to make mountains, and that’s pretty cool,” she said. Penn State Harrisburg students watched the artists in awe, some taking pictures and video on cell phones, others waiting in line during the rain, hoping to take home a piece of Joe’s art. Jessica Yohn, a freshman from Korea, received a landscape with mountains and a sea from Artist Joe. “They’re awesome and amazing,’’ said Yohn. The reaction by the students is the artists’ favorite part, they said. “It’s them. The people and the reactions are really nice,” said Joe. “I also love it when boredom leads me to a place where I can create something I’ve never done before.” Noelle Barrett: 717-944-4628, or noellebarrett@pressandjournal.com

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