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PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC ISSUES SCHEDULE FOR HURRICANE ANDREW RELIEF EFFORT -- TODAY: AIRLIFT AT NOON; NEWS CONFERENCE AT 1 P.M. --

PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC ISSUES SCHEDULE FOR HURRICANE ANDREW RELIEF EFFORT
 -- TODAY: AIRLIFT AT NOON; NEWS CONFERENCE AT 1 P.M. --
 A C-130 transport plane is scheduled to arrive at noon today to carry electric generators, volunteers and supplies from Philadelphia to Florida. The plane will be loaded between noon and 1 p.m., and a 1 p.m. news conference is planned.
 The plane will be loading at the UPS Building on Hog Island Road: Take 95-South and exit at Enterprise Avenue. At the dead end, turn left on Hog Island Road. The UPS main entrance is on the right side of the road.
 CONTACT: Susan Buehler of Philadelphia Electric, 215-841-4198.
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