Appeal from the Order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County in case of In Re: Condemnation by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, acting by and through The General State Authority, of Properties of Armar J. Bordner and Margaret Bordner, his wife, Carl Kreiser, Widower, and any other persons and interests therein, situate in Bethel, Swatara and Union Townships, County of Lebanon or Armar J. Borner, Condemnee v. Department of General Services of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, No. 2270 of 1975.
Kenneth Sandoe, with him Robert Sullivan, Jr., and Sullivan and Sullivan, for appellant.
H. Warren Ragot, Assistant Attorney General, with him Theodore A. Adler, Chief Counsel, for appellee.
Judges Blatt, DiSalle and Craig, sitting as a panel of three.
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Armar J. Bordner has appealed from an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County denying his motion for a new trial and entering judgment in his favor in the matter of the condemnation of an approximately eighty-eight acre tract of land he owned in the northern part of Lebanon County. Bordner has raised eight issues relating to evidentiary matters and the overall conduct of the trial below. Having carefully considered each issue, we affirm on the basis
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of the able opinion of Judge Walter which may be found at No. 2270, 1975, filed August 31, 1978.
And Now, this 6th day of September, 1979, the order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County dated August 31, 1978, is hereby affirmed.