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EMONS HOLDINGS OMITS PREFERRED DIVIDEND

 YORK, Pa., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Emons Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: EMHO) today announced that its board of directors at a meeting held earlier today voted to omit the semiannual dividend of $.07 per share on its $.14 cumulative convertible preferred stock which would ordinarily be payable Jan. 1, 1994.
 The dividend is cumulative and, therefore, would have to be paid before any dividends on the company's common stock could be paid in the future. The company previously omitted certain preferred dividends. Giving effect to the Jan. 1, 1994 omission, the total dividend arrearage will be $846,233.
 Emons Holdings, Inc., a freight transportation and distribution services company headquartered in York, owns short-line railroads and rail/truck transload facilities and provides its customers with logistic services for movement and storage of their freight.
 Emons Holdings' shares of common stock and convertible preferred stock are traded in the Over-the-Counter securities market and the common shares are listed on NASDAQ under the symbol "EMHO."
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 /CONTACT: Robert Grossman of Emons Holdings, 717-771-1700/
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