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   Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                14__Mlrror ClMsified 944-7171. -THE AL1OONA M1KKOK, ALXOONA, FA., WKDNKSBAY, JUNE 944 Seniors to Participate in AAHS Graduation Altoona Area High School Class of 1973 will graduate tc morrow evening with commence ment services scheduled to begi at Jaffa Mosque at 6.30 p.m. There will be 944 seniors partic pating in the commencement exe; cises. Graduating seniors in alpha betical order are: A David J. Adams, David V Adler, Cynthia A. Ake, Rqbei P. Alberts, Arthur A. Albrigh Karen A. Albright, Joette Alianiello, Teresa M. Alianiello Deborah Kay Alter, Linda Amato, William D. Amheiser. Michael W. Anesko, Linette M Anslinge.r, Brenna G. Ansman Vanessa' M. Anthony, Denise A Appleman, Eleanor S. Arend, Free R. Ashbum Or., Jeffrey M. Ash ley, Deborah R. Auerbeck, Jeffre P. Auker, Deborah J. Aveni. B Timothy R. Baer, Carol J Bailey, Thomas A. Bagley, Lesli A. Bailinger, Barbara A. Banks Leo F. Baranik, Bruce Rober Sardine, Glenda M. Barklcy, Joh P. Baronner, Donna J. Barr, Tim othy J. Barr, Robert D. Barree Beverly J. Bartley, John Bryan Bartley. Henry V. Battisti, David A Bauer, Debra L. Beatty, Jame R. Beauchamp, Walter W. Becke HI, Robert A. Behe Jr., Stever J. Beigle, Mark J. Beiswenger Shane S. Benner, Brad W. Ben son, Shelby A. Benzel, David L Bergstein, David A. Berrymar John S. Beschler, James P Bettwy.. Thomas- E. Bickel, Ronald E Biddle, David J. Binus, Nancy A Bistline, Betty L. Blair, David J Blair, Terry E. Blair, Rhonda H. Blender, Kathy A. Blouin Pamela J. Bodley, Diana Y Boggs, Wilbur L. Boggs Jr. Thomas W. Bellinger, Patricia E Bonner, Grace E. Books. Steven P. Boore, Joann M. Bos ton, Mark R. Boston, James D Bourque, Patrick L. Bowman Mark F. Bowser, Vicki L. Brandt Sandy S. Bregman, Terrance A Breinick, Cynthia L. Brennan Steven C. Brennan, Charles J Brietenbach, Danielle R. Brokaw Deborah L. Brooks, Robyn L Brooks. Faron Lee Brown, Suzanne Brown, Brooks A. Brozgal, Pat- rick G. Buck, Nancy E. Bulger Michael J. Bulsok, Gregory J Bunn, .Terry L. Burgess, Donna J. Burk, Gregory E. Burket, Sherry L. Burkett, Paul C. Burns, Richard W. Burns, Joyce E. But- ler, Deborah L. Butterworth. C Susan L. Cadle, Colleen A. Cald- well, Linda S. Caldwell, Mark E. Callan, Kevin L. Campbell, Dan- iel J. Caputo, David M. Caputo, Jeffrey D. Caputo, William M. Caputo Jr., Diane I. Caracciolo, Wayne G. Carey, Elwood R. Gar- ner, Martha L. Carothers. Cathy Carr, Robert B. Carter, Lee C. Cassidy, Judith Cataldo James R. Caum, Robert J. Cer ully, Gene (Yan Pui) Chan, Mark F. Chaplin, Susan M. Ohathanis Cynthia K. Cherry, Debra E Chestney, Robert G. Chirdon Martin J. Ciaverella. Thomas J. Ciavarella, Arlcne F. Claar, Phyllis K. Claar, Rich- ard A. Claar, Judy A. Clapper, Sheila M. Clapper, Jo Ann Coho, Stephen Cokrlic, Todd M. Cole- man, Jeffrey C. Colledgc, Linda L.'Collins, Jeffery L. Conrad, Mi- chael R. Conroy. Patrick A. Consalvo, Russell R. Conte, Paulette Conway, Lynn T. Cooney, Debra A. Jack R. Corl, Mary P. Costlow, David R. Cotter, Andrew G. Cottle, Betsy J. Counsman. Kathleen A. Counsman, Eric F Cover, Glenn C. Cover, Jerry L Cox, Lee A. Grain, Scott K Cramer, Elsie S. Creek, Allen T Crist, Mark G. Criste, Phillip J Cronmiller. Robert E. Crook, Robert E Grossman, William F. Crowley Debra J. Crum, John C. Crum Eleanor L. Cruse, Cynthia R Crust, Guyla A. Cump, Patricia A. Cunningham, Brian R. Cupples, Ross L. Curty. D .Toseuh R. Dalpisio, Mary A. Dammann, Patricia A. Dam- mann, Vicki H. Dancha, Rob- ert A. Daniels, Sherry J. Datres, Bonnie K. David, Joseph Davis, Patricia E. Davis, Robert C. Davis, Diane D. Desmer, Pali R..DeAngelis, Michael A. Decker, Anthony J. Dcely, Barbara L. Diane L. Foreman, Sandra E Fortney, Alice R. Forshner, Joh W. Foster, David G. Fox, Janv Daniel Fox, Mary M..Frank. Martin L. Franks Jr., Gary Fraundorfer, Jon A. Freas, Davl' R. Frederick, Roberta E. Frei erick, Sybil A. Freedman, Ralp S. Fresh, Mary E. Friday, E ii. Hesser, Anna B. Hewitt, Cindy Hewitt, Diana L. Hewitt, Ern est W. Hewitt, Diane V. Higgins Michael B. Hileman, Donna L. Hill, Robert A. Hill, James W. Hindinger. Patricia L. Hindinger, Davic iipp, Penelope Hippo, Linda J. Jte, Cherly A. Hoagland, Cyn- hia F. Hoagland, Debra J. Hock- nbury, Ray B. Hockenbury, Richard E. Hoffman, S. Coppy -lolzman, Andrew S. Hoover.' Cecelia L. Horon, Nellie J. o u s e m a n, Carla P. How Thomas J. Howard, Delores L Hricko, Edward T. Hrzic, Greg ory A. Huber, Robert W. Hurm 'r., Rhonda E. Hussey, Shary luston, Terry L. Huston. I Mary Jo Jaia, Brian J. lanniel o, AnHa L. Ickes, Linda A. Ickes heila A. Imler, William L. Imler Delenc A. Ingold, James H. Irvin Mary E. DeHaas, Susan R. De- Lancey, Anthony J. DeLecce, Mary Jo DeLeo; Deborah A. D'Elia, David C. Delozier, Donald C. Delozier, JoAnn Delozier, Sue A. Delozier, David C. Dembert, Rocco E. DePiro Jr., Richard M. Depp, Mark Herbert Dickson, Martin C. Diggins, Dennis C. Dobbins. Jean K. Dobson, Francis A. Dombrowski, Robert S. Donald- son, Frederick S. Donley, Linda L. Donoughe, Colleen J. Doran, Robert M. Dougal, Shiriyn J. Drenning, John S. Drexler, Tim- belee J. Duff, Cathleen A. Duffee, Henry Dunnenberger III, Barbara J. Durbin, Matthew C. Durbin, Kathie L. Duria. Grelchen D. Eardley, David H. Ebersule, Thomas l. Ebersole, Roxann F. Eckcr, Betsy G. Edel- blute, i-rank J. Eder, Robert J. Edgar, Sabrina K. Edmiston, Cyn- thia L. Egan, David G. Ehgart- ncr, Linda L. Ehredt. Scott R. Ehredt, Ricky A. Eichelberger, Vickie L. Eichel- berger, Louise A. Eicher, Patricia J. Elvey, Susan B. Epple, William Elizabeth C. Errnln, Lynn M. Ernol, Mark H. Ernest, William D. Esper, Wil- liam D. Evans. Nora L. Elaine C. FaJl- jnan, Joseph M. Fanella, Joseph J. Fanelli, David A. Farabaugli, Donald W. Farber, Karen M. Farbcr, Michael J. Faretta Jr., Sandra K. Dennis E. Fasekas, Mary C. Fellabaum, Charles R. Fields, Lauren J. Fi- cart, Mary A. Fillman, Steven N. Finochio, Victor P. Fiochetta, Maureen Fitzgerald, Cathy M. Flanagan, Colin H. Fleck, Leslie C. Fleming, William J. Flick, Mtry S. Fochlcr, John S. Folk, E. Foor, George L. Deborah L. Jackson, Jolui W ackson, David Jenkins, Jr., Cyn thia H. Johnson, David E. John on, Janice R. Johnson, Jonatlion Johnson, Kenneth P. Johnson 'errenca L. Johnson, Donald E 'ohnston, Gerald H. Johnston {egis J. Johnston, Jennifer C 'ones, Kathleen N. Jones, Robert Jones, Timothy R. Jones. K Kandace J. Kane, Richard C Carakantas, Glorianna R. Karl Ardie L. Karp, Steven J. Katcher 3erald C. Kauffman, William R fauffman, Kenneth E. Kaylor William R. Keirn, Cheryl A Ceith, Kathie L. Kclley, Randy S .pril D. Williams, Janice K. Wil iams, Linda Jo Williams, PameU Williams, Sue E. Williams 'eresa E. Williams. Mark E. Wills, Deanna M. Wil on, Diane L. Wilson, Leon R Wilson, Donald L. Wilt, Timotlrj D. Winder, Janet M. Wineland Dolores M. Winrick, Marjorie M Winrick, Deborah A. Winters Karen A. Wise. Terrie L. Wise, Jonathan G ffisor, Robert E. Wissinger, Jolu M. Witmer, Kenneth J. Wojcik VHchae! J. Wojcik, Susan J Wojcik, -Donald R. Wolf, Helen L Volf, Patrick D. Wolf. Robert M. Wolfinger, Thomas Wolfe, Bonnie L. Wombacher tephen S. Amy L Voodring, Pamela A. Woodring ?icky W. Woomer, Nancy L Voytowiez, Michael D. Wray Bonnie L. Wright. Y David L. Yingling, Debra A Yoder, Sally L. Yoder, Paul I Yonn, Elaine Q. Yon, Jon C Yon, Thomas G. Yonkosky, Pa ricia A. Young, Ralph F. Young II, Terri A. Young. 7. Barbara A. Zeak, David M Zimmerman, Sara D. Zimmer flan. So Prosecution Wanted In Armed Holdup After a police investigation into he May 29 armed robbery o Mr. Gas Service Station, Eighth Vvenue and Seventh Street, corn- any officials told city police they 'anted no further investigation nd no prosecutions. Robert G. Thomas, for Richard Howard, supervisor for Mr Gas, Inc., released the Altoona Police Department from any fur- investigation in the holdup. Restitution in the amount ol 152.97 is to be made to the corn- any by an individual not namec y police. Gary W. Himes, 18, of Duncans- ille RD 2 was held up at gun- Mint and was stolen from is unlocked safe of the company p.m. May 29. It was the fifth armed robbery in Blair County in the past five Suspects have been ar- ested by state and city police in onnection with the other four, he Mr. Gas Service Station rob- ery was cleared through investi- ation by city detectives of the riminal investigation division. City and state police previously arrested suspects in connection vith the armed robberies of the heotz Kwik Shopper, 201 E. 8th ve., on Feb. 12, the Market t Sixth Avenue and Fifty-mnttt treet on March 3, the Skat Serv- es Station along Route 22, near .Juncansville, on May 20, and the Sheetz Kwik Shopper at Lloyd treet and Sixth Avenue on May 2. 7ive Receive Degrees From 3uquesne U. Five students from Blair Coun- four from Altoona and one among rtio received baccalaureate- de- rees from Duquesns University t Pittsburgh .on May 6. Those from Altoona are: Gathering J. Tremel of 315 E. 3rd Ave., a B.A, degree from le College of Liberal Arts and ciences. Elia R. Ofiesh of 2G29 Broad ve., a B.S. degree in business Anthony J. Dcleo of 703 5th ve., n U.S. in pharmacy. Ann, L. Pielmeier of 210 E. airview Ave., a B.A. degree in >ernl (iris and sciences. The Tyrone student is Susannc Gillnm of 861 WnshliiRton ve., a B.S. degree )n nursing. Commencement e x c r c i s es ere held in tho Civic Arena, OFFICERS AT of the Altoona Area High School Class of 1973 row from Mark Bowser and his date, class Secretary Sue Delozier; Rose Slywczuk and her escort, Vice President Jerry Kauffman, and President Robert Mc- Gregor and his date, Karen Luckner, celebrated with their fellow; officers (on steps) and classmates and their dates at the senior banquet and prom last night at Jaffa Mosque. The After GIo .was held at Lakemont Park following the prom. Altoona Hospital Admitted Charles L. Maurer, Bedford. Diane Fochler, 2605 Quail Ave. William J. McNeils, Box 174, >3. William R. Feister, 520 Carol- ne Ave. Joanne Lego, Gallitzin. Judith A. Baker, 1712 3rd Ave. C. Daversa, 910 4th Catherine M. Laich, 322 9th Juniata. Bellwood. Ronald Wombacher, Box 165X Tyrone RD 2. Margaret Yeager, 407 Howard Ave. Michael Zenone, St. Benedict. Dorothy Snively, 318 22nd Ave. Michael T. Patterson, 710 19th t. Karen L. Thatcher, Box 181, Petersburg. Rose Leto, 2015 5th Ave. Mae M. Rupert, 717 5th St. M. Genevieve Farabaugli, 2014 th Ave. Dorothy I. Dale, 1926 14th Ave Anna C. uniata. Kite, 523 8th Ave. Barbara Weicenburg, 1337 16r! t. John A. Wharton, Box 224, Ty one RD 2. Elsie Peck, Blairs Mills. Fred D. Pincher, 709 Carl Ave Walter E. Riley, Cresson. John H. Allcnbaugh, Alexan ria. Caroline Calabrese, 1526 3n We. Laura G. Householder, 418 7th We., Juniata. Bonnie Trinkley, Carrolltown. Paul M. Wyandt, 2200 5th Ave David M. PJummer Jr., Bo; 7A, Tyrone RD. Daniel J. Capece, 300 7th Ave Paul E. Dzwonkowski, 510 57th t. Denise Seiner, Box 18, Tyrone .U 3. Robert L. Graflon, Philips urg. Cordelia V. Fellinger, 831 st Ave. James S. Norris, 2406 4th Ave George L. Tubo, Ramey. Genevieve M. Gallit in. Gus Trinkley, 324 2nd Ave. Betty L. Hornberger, 324 2nd ,vc. John M. Hushes, Gallitzin. Eliza V. Hoffner, 404 9th Ave. uniata. Harry B. Mohler, 1923 Hudson District Justice Explains Delay Of Hotel Case District Justice Thomas P, Kilcoyne this morning gave the reason why the Blair Hole Corp., owner of the Penn Alto Hotel, and Grant Nicklas Jr. president of the corporation, have not yet been arraigned on charges of violation ot air pollu- tion standards filed against them I by Ralph J. Scanlan, represent- ative of the Pennsylvania De- partment of Environmental Re- mrces. Justice Kilcoyne said the de- lay is because James English, attorney for the defendants, has not yet received from the State a requested copy of the act un- der, which-his clients were cited. A summons was mailed to the corporation and its president on May 12 by Justice Kilcoyne. He previously said arrangements must be made for a liearing within 10 days of the mailing ol the summons. The first charge was filed by Mr. Scanlan over three months ago. A hearing date on the six violations has not been set. ve. Pauline Lucas, ve., Tyrone. 2207 Adams James Kamoie, 1522 18th St. Peggy Dodson, Box 76, Dun- cansville RD 3. William J. Oakley Jr., 410 3rd Ave. Melvin E. 5800 Boyce ve. Merry R. Ritchey, East Free- or.i RD 2. Discharged Jerry Bcacom, 17JO Gth Ave. Michael Boyles, 1109 4th Ave. Timmy Chambers, Box 202, Ty- one Ramona Champcno, 606 J8th Samuel Davidson, Bedford. Diana Finnegan and infant, Im- Julia Frizzell, 1314 9th St. Sylvia Hartman, 2729 Jeffer- on St. Dolores Hillard, 111 8th Ave., uniata. Esther Jackson, 309 Wayne Hollidavsburg. Timothy 'Kling, 1926 W. Chest- ut Ave. Mary Maurer, Box 474, RD 4. Florence McCartney, Box 74, D 3. Allan Mauk, Pittsburgh. Andrew Parrish, Cresson. Myrtle Powell, Green Avenue owcr. Brcnda Ritchey, Woodbury. Elvin Shade, '125 E. 1st St., illiamsburg. Infant Shumac, 17IS 6th Ave. Carol Jo Sichcncdcr, 820 1st Wanda Walls, 406 Main County Schools Get Million In Subsidies Mirror Harrisburft Bureau HARRISBURG The State Department of Education said to- day that has been paid to Blair County school districts as their share of fourth-quarter subsidy payments for 1972-73, statewide totaling million. The subsidy covers such items as reimbursable teacher units, supplemental payments on ac- count of jointure membership or union or merged districts, exten- sion education and special educa- tion, and is as follows for Blair County school districts: Altoona Area School District, Bellwood-Antis School District, Claysburg-Kim- mel School District, IIol- lidaysburg Area School District, Spring Cove School Dis- trict, Tyrone Area School District, and Wil- liamsburg Community School Dis- trict, EVANGELISTIC UNIT The Altoona Chapter, Railroad Evangelistic Association, will hold ts monthly meeting June 9 at 7 p.m. at the 12th Ward Civic Bulli- ng near the Three Culverts. There will be slides of tha Holy Land shown by Virginia McCoy, and special' music will be per- 'ormed by Evelyn Hoopcs and Pastor Ben Sidney. PERFORMS "DAFNE" SPOLETO, Italy (UP1) A icw production of "La a baroque period opera written n 1608 by the Florentine com- >oser Marco da Gagliano for ho Court of Mantua will rc- :eeive its world premiers this Summer at Spoleto's Festival of Two Worlds. CHANGES SET FOR HOSPITAL (Continued from page 1) construction of a new building in the space cleared betweer building and the school of nursing. This building would be attached to the E and F build- ings at the 3rd through seventh levels, at which point a central- ized core of six elevators woulc be constructed. Floor Plans The basement of the building would house the boiler plant, laundry and some storerooms, while the ground floor woulc contain kitchen, central supply and pharmacy. The administration facilities, dining and cafeteria would be on the first floor. Tile second floor would house eleven operating rooms and the recovery suite. This would re- place the six operating rooms which are considered to be in- adequate for the number of sur- gical procedures now being per- formed. The third floor would contain mechanical equipment while the fourth would provide new lab- oratory and physical medicine facilities. Maternity Level The labor and delivery suite, newborn nurseries and a 29-bec post-partum-unit would be on the fifth floor. The sixth floor would contain an eight-bed coronary care unit, two eight-bed intensive care units and an 18-bed "progres- sive" care unit. The top floor of the building would have a 48-bed medical- surgical suite. Phase II provides for the con- struction of a two-story building in the area between A building and the Phase I construction. The basement would remain rai- excavated, but the first floor would have a new lobby and fa- cilities for central stores, house- keeping and pharmacy. The sec- ond level would tie into and ex- pand the administrative offices of the first floor of the Phase I building. Phase II The basement, ground and first-floor levels would remain unexcavated under the proposed Phase III construction in the area northwest of Phase If. At he second floor level there would be an employes' entrance, maintenance shop and personnel 'acilities. The third floor would be me- chanical, and would tie Into the mechanical section of Phase I building and the E-wing. The fourth floor would have new radiology department, ambulatory patient care and special professional services. The fifth and sixth floors would each have a 48-bed med- ical-surgical unit, while the sev- enth floor would have a 43-bed pediatric unit. Finally, the eight loor would have another 48- bed medical surgical unit. The ultimate result of this milding program would be a 426-bed hospital, excluding the mental unit beds. "We are the Rourke study said, "that the Al- :oona Hospital take the lead- ership in providing a coordinat- ed health cars delivery system to the residents of Blair County and adjacent counties. This means providing higher quality medical care at a lower cost to n greater number of people than can now be achieved by the ex- sting fragmented system. We jelieve the time to commence his planning is now." Turkey vultures are valuable scavengers in some parts of the United States. Game officials say he bacteira of animal diseases such ns hog cholera and anthrax destroyed-by. passing through the turkey vulture's system. Agnew Choice To Win 1976 Republican Nod STATELINE, Nev. early betting line on 'the 197J Republican presidential nomina- tion rates Vice President Spiro T. Agnew the favorite. Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder, Las Vegas oddsmaker, said Tues- day that Agnew "has emerged as the favorite" .and was listed at 1-3. Gov. Nelson Rbckefelln of New York was'3-1 and Gov, Ronald Reagan was rated at 20-1 to capture the GOP presidential nomination. Snyder, in a telephone inter- view, said he does not expect Reagan to run for the presi- dency and instead to support Agnew. If Agnew gets the nomination, it will be a close race with any Democrat, said the He figures 'it a "tossup bet." Sen. Charles Percy, R-I11., been posted at 8-1 to get the nom- ination. Tyrone Hearing Date Changed The public hearing on the plan for the Tyrone redevelopment project has been changed from June 14 to June 15, it was an- nounced today by Richard Fur- manchik, director of the Blair County Redevelopment Authority. The hearing, at which citizens will have a chance to comment on dans to redevelop more than 50 acres of flood-ravaged land in Tyrone, will be held- at the Logan Elementary School at-7.30 p.m. The change was announced be- cause there must be 10'days be- tween the appearance of the last advertisement for the public hear- ing and the hearing. The last public notice was scheduled tn appear Monday, but was delayed a day. The authority must advertiss 'or three consecutive weeks that there will be a hearing. The authority is sponsoring an- jther public hearing for the Wil- iamsburg diasaster redevelop- ment project. That hearing will ie at 8-p.m. Friday in the Wil- liamsburg High School. Hearing Held In Assault Case District Justice Domcnic A. Taminiti' this morning reserved its decision in a case involving John D. Vance, 23, of 1909 10th St., being held on a charge of iggravated assault and battery. Vance is alleged to have fired a 22-caliber rifle at Glenn A. Foch- er, 13, of 836 18th Ave., in ths area of the Vance home between 6 and 7 p.m., May 27. Vance reportedly did not know the rifle was loaded at the time, officials said. Justice Caminiti is to review he testimony with District At- orney Amos Davis. Vance was released on bond. HIGH SPAN HIGH BRIDGE, Ky. (UPI) The highest bridge to span a navigable inland stream in the Jnitcd States is named High Bridge and perches 308 feet above the Kentucky River in north-central Kentucky River in north central Kentucky. The cnntilevcrcd railroad bridge built from 1873-76.   

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