Altoona Mirror, August 20, 1971, Page 27

Altoona Mirror

August 20, 1971

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Altoona, Pennsylvania li__30nor Clawlfled 944-7171. -THE ALTOONA MIRROR, ALTOONA, PA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1971. I Your Horoscope MMHHMMMMMI JKANE DIXON SATURDAY, AUG. 21 haps unseen cause, while others Your Today: This is the and never without definite, per-! vireo (Aua. 25-Seot. Hold year of finding out your limita- I 6 v tions and learning to make good use of them. Material prosper- ity is normal, according to what effort you make. If you aren't today. you can your peace achieve a great deal with the'over minor matters and reach 'conclusions you may feel are well enough rewarded at what you're doing, it is a good year to retrain, compatible switch to discipline. Today's natives eventually experience a high tide in which comes an abundance of all those things they had given up hoping for. Aries (March 21-April plex but creative day Is In- dicated, Cancer (June 21-July Conflicts between career needs and family lies seem inevitable, with duty coming first. Leo (July 23-Aug. Extra .visitors are likely and, with ]slight encouragement, tend to 'overstay your invitation and Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Realizing that miracles are further complications. of your imagination Taurus (April 20-May Think, plan, and strive in large terms explicit change rather than stopgap adjustments. Gemini (May 21-June Make a clear presentation of your skills, be alert, get recog- nition and credit. A long, com- Our interesi in your health goes beyond the ordinary. We are dedicated to serving the health of this community in every way possible. BLACK'S PHARMACY Across From the Alloona Hospital 417 Howard WEE EASY PARKING 944-7153 it u 'aulty or unworkable. Libra (Sept. J3-Oct. Younger people are apt to fill) your surroundings and keep you very busy or distracted. Take full advantage of the situation to observe and learn. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. Somebody values your the question seems casual, but isn't. Reflection is crucial. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. Seek fresh social contact, intro- ductions. Romance beckons through unlikely quirks of coin- cidence. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. Strive for freedom of movement stay out of familiar do-nothing grooves. Get involved with others and their doings. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. Prudence is the keyword for all you attempt today. Get after the ticklish jobs you've been putting off, get them past the critical phase. Pisces (Feb. 19-March Transactions to improve your earnings seem promising. Join a stronger team, add a compe- tent associate. And keep busy! ENRICO CARUSO RECORD First record to sell a million copies was Enrico Caruso's "Vesti la Giubba." It was re corded in November, 1902. ycil'REWCHlC.TWISWl FTOM TODAY! INK STlLU WET 60 I FI6UVED HE BE MORE 10 MILES 1 HWEN'T .KECKED HOROSCOPE, BUT AREN'T OUR INTREPIP PLJE .TO RETURN MINT TURNED HIS PICTURE TO TRVIN'TO REHTOUT ROOM! TER HURRY, MAJOR FUNNY BUSINESS Xtcuvctee PART of-we Bollen You're Telling Me! By William Rilt Writer Today is the 177th anniversary of one of America's highly im- portant but almost forgotten )attles the Battle of the Fallen Timbers in Ohio. That's where 'Mad" Anthony Wayne's bayonet charges made a big band of In dians quickly see and get :he point. Wayne's troops routed the com jined forces of Iroquois, Ottawas 3hawnees and Miamis. That's home run in any language es pecially the military. Lava-lava is a South Sea Islam garment Factograph item. Ant not just a couple of volcanoei acting up? According to our office atla the continent of Asia has tin highest mountains, the longes peninsulas and the deepest depres sions on Earth, And also the mos Communists? Remember the good, old day when the big news at this tim of year was usually about some body planning to swim the' Eng lish Channel? The man at the next desk say he thinks the reason hurricane are given feminine names is be- cause those big late summe winds so often seem to chang their minds as to their direction. FINAL 4 George's 15th Safe Here they qre.' 1972 Models GET YOUR PERFECT BEDROOM VIEWING COMPANION NOW! RCA Remote Control TV To make your bedroom compfete- remort control portobto TV. Besides the unit that changes channels for you, there's an earphone you can uw to wstch the Ute Late Show with- out disturbing a sleeping spouse. ASK ABOUT TERMS BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR Prizes and Merchandise Credit Checks Weed Console Acciicolor A Prize a Day FREE! viewing coneoKKtoompect pMngltahVMCtnd tuning eonvwfence. RCA announces XL-100 Solid State AccuCoior TV! ALL RCA MODULAR STEREO SYSTEMS ON SALE From 139'5 GEORGE'S, Inc. 317 East Pleasant Valley Blvd. Radio Dispatched Service Tracks Open 9 to 9 Phone 9444559 Free Parking hrily Guaranteed Service TO BE MARRIED YEARS-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blair Corle of IMS E. Pleasant Valley Blvd. will celebrate their 5Hh wedding anniversary Aug. 25. The Corles have one daughter, Mrs. Lena Dickinson; three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, all of Baltimore, Md. Mr. Corle retired from the Pennsylvania Rail- load on disability in 1952. He and Mrs. Corle are active members of the Altoona Bible Church. Open house will be held at the Greenwood Fireball on Pleasant Valley Blvd. Saturday, Aug. 21, front J to 8 p.m. Night Program fjiOffers Degree "College? Yes, now that I look on it, I wish that I had 'j'iEone. I gave it some thought when I graduated from high school, but things just didn't work out. Oh, well, it's too late now. I work fult- time during the day and there's the cost of tuition and books. Be- sides, I wouldn't fit in with all those students just out of high school. A college degree? Yes, 1 would like that, but you know Ifi Indeed, someone does know And at Altoona Campus of Penn sylvania State University, some- i thing is being done to dispel the all-too-common idea that a col li lege degree is only possible for H someone between 18 and 21 with 11 sufficient time and money to at tend classes on a full-time basis -Now beginning its second year >ram of Altoona Campus provides he opportunity to earn a degree n electrical engineering techno- ogy or mechanical engineering echnology on a part-time basis. Especially designed for tha vorking student, the program offers some interesting contrasts with the. full-time program. The average age for night-degreee stu- dents is a rather "old" 26, with a range of 18 to 48. Included among them are mechanics, stock clerks, cashiers and draftsmen. Many local firms recognize tha value of college training and pro- vide some sort of tuition aid to employes completing c o 11 e g a courses. The personnel depart- ment of local firms can provida specific information on education- al benefits. Veterans attending the night- degree program are entitled to the educational benefits of the Gt Bill. More than, 61 per cent of last year's class were veterans. Anyone interested in the night- associate degree program is in- vited to contact the director of admissions of Altoona Campus. the night-associate degree pro- PANTY- HOSE Attractive one-piece panty and hosiery combination is good looking, good feeling and at this special Super Shoes' price is good on the budget Young Men's Soft, easy care vinyls with long wear ccmpo soles and heels or cushion crepe sole styles. Choose from several patterns in black or brown. tmr Fm MJM "Lt.UAVT VAUrV -HV ;