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Hospital Seeks Bids

 

April 25, 2019



Herald of April 24, 1969

Nason Hospital will be advertising for bids in the near future for the construction of an addition. The specifications for the addition, expected to cost in the neighborhood of $750,000, have been prepared by the architect and now are being reviewed by the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare. As soon as the state has stamped its approval on the plans, the hospital will advertise for construction bids. The state is progressing with its review and approval is expected shortly, according to Mrs. Thelma Bergstresser, hospital administrator.

Right now the fruit crop in Morrisons Cove would appear to have the potential of one of the best in years. Of course it still has a long way to go through the hazards of frost and other weather conditions, but trees all are heavily budded and blossoms are coming on fast. Some varieties of peaches are in blossom. Apples will be coming into blossom on a close to normal schedule and with the right weather conditions can be a very big crop. One factor which is giving orchardist some concern is low moister.

 

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