Monday, April 25, 1977

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 25, 1977, Altoona, Pennsylvania 269.95 Electric 30 Inch Range five community program by Warner Cable and Warner Books, inc. Participating in the presentation were (left to right): Ken Brubaker, general manager of Warner Cable TV; Maxine Rhodes, director of the media center, and Mar-tie Connell, video coordinator. High honor — Paul Balestino.i Kathy Emdi, Christine Griggs, Barbara Hollobaugh, Mary Puf-ka. Jane Rubritz, Michele San-! ker, Eric Singe!, Timothy Sisto and Elaine Steinbugl Honor — Beth Brunhuber, Lisa Bumann, Fred Carey, Damian Carrieri. Amy Dietrkk, Michael! Gionfriddo, Anne Greasier, Mary Iou Holzer, Harold Horell, Marvl Ann Hoyer, William Kimmel, Elizabeth l.egg and Elaine Mar-j ron. Joan McConnel!, Mark Oswald, Mary Joane Pacific©, Judy Perrin, Rosemarie Plank. Susan Rankey, Deborah Ronan, Paula ! Scaramozzino, Mary Kathleen Sheedy, Teresa Strawmire, Donald Tartaglio,    Mary Trimaran _______________ _ ________and Judith Weamer. Juniors humorous compilation of Mad and Mrs, Philip A, Janeria of 825 High honor — Thomas Conley ;Magazine writers,    5th Ave., Altoona, has deployed Diana    Mclntire, Diane    Ratchford', Books from the    financial    world    with his Little Rock AFB. Ark., Brian    Toth and Adam    Trvbus I feature “in the    Name of Profit''    unit for temporary duty at Rhein- Honor — Steven Anslinger Reared "The Stock    Market Primer.”    Main AB here. Ll. Janetta is a g j na Bettwy,    Joseph Dodson Other books in the package navigator with the 314th Tactical Mary Jo Dullinger, Janet Horell include “How To Raise a Human Airlift Wing, a component of the Susan Kirkpatrick* I ynann Mc-1 Being” by Dr. Lee Salk; "The Military Airlift Command. Per- Mullen, William Mitchell. Gerard Warner Cable TV of Altoona     r of Handwriting, How sound of the 314th will partici- pjpetti, Barbara Thalhauser, recently presented the Altoona    Smoking    ‘ti y’roe Days, pate in various types of mis Sandra Wolf and Michele Young Area    Public Library Media Cen- 1 he Last Days    of Man and the    sions, such as tactical airdrop ter    with    a    literary package    of    "New York limes    Crossword    Puz-    and logistical airlift evacuation    Sophomores 25 books,    including many    of    the     z * e Dictionary,"    missions Some of the missions High honor — Ralph    DeStefano, nation’s best sellers in fiction    Brubaker    said the new will be in support of the North Mark Diefrick, Christine Hanlon, and general interest.    package    is    part of a na- Atlantic Treaty Organization, I on Knouse, Karen Kull, Ka- The books, published by War- ,,onfd program instituted by War- European Command and State tharine Misitano, Heidi Rexford, ner Books, inc., one of the na- nrr Cable and its sister division, Department trips behind the Marla Riley, Donie! Stoehr and tion’s leading publishers, were Warr,fr Books, to make available iron Curtain to resupply our em- Mary Kay Weinzierl. given to the media center by man Y    classics    published    by    bossies there. The lieutenant, a Honor — Andrea Adameck, Gail Ken Brubaker as part of a co-'Warner for the entertainment and 1970 graduate of Altoona High Adams, Dianna Conte, Anna operative community program by     commun * , * es    School, received his B S. degree Himes, Anne LIU, Bonnie Man- Wamer Cable IV and Warner se .^ ed '    „    ..    and commission in 1975 upon ning, Stephen Minick, Donna Books.    Warner Cable    operates HS ca-    graduation from the Air Force Pfeiffer, Vick    Pietrolungo. In accepting the 25-volume set,    throughout the Academy.    I    Vivian    Prugar,    Julie    Risoldi, A LITERARY PACKAGE of 25 hooks. Including many of the nation’s best sellers in Action and general interest, were presented to the Altoona Area Public Library Media Center recently by Warner ( able TV of Altoona. The hooks were given to the media center as part of a coopera- W arner Cable Donates Hooks To Media Center Mrs. Maxine Rhodes and Martie United States -Connell said, "We are especially gratified by this community gesture on the part of Warner Cable and Warner Books. This fine selection of literary material bv many of the nation's leading figures will be a welcome addition to our library collection, and is indicative of the community spirit for which Warner Cable is recognized Men and Women In the Service Matt* •rn Reelected To (Iredit Hoard An Carol Rito, Kevin Sheets, Jean Steinbugl, Suzanne, Tomlinson, Linda Weinzierl, Dorothea Wolf, Kathy Yonkosky and Michele Robert F. Mattern. vice Yost -chairman of Central Counties    I    reshmen Bank, has been reelected to the High honor — Bonnie Brown, board of directors of the Penn- Stephanie Carrieri, Joan Gooder-sylvania Development Credit Cor- ham, Margareta Leiden, Nancy potation.    Lilt, Joseph Ronan. Anastasi The basic purpose of POCC is Rothrauff and Marcella Stokz. Jeffrey L. Hunter zea    i WICHITA FALLS, Tex. — ™,    — -    .    , •    ,    ,    ,    „    -    ..    .- in    ar.    official at Shennard AEH hprp lo encourage the economic w'el- Honor — Colleen Adams, Jo- such outstanding best sellers as has announced the graduation of     ( ^aTT^statKe Pr [o ^hae^^Antonu^Hjan^'j^rt* “All The President’s Men” bv Airman Jeffrey L. Hunter from Vldl "8 fin ;“*- ial as-sistance to M^hael^AntonioJanef^rt, Woodward and Bernstein, the Pill- the Air Force’s aircraft main- small businesses^ will tend Ann Manton, Jewi Hermahk, itzer-Priz® investigative reporting tenance specialist course conduct- t0 creatc new jobs. .    k>ii*v team of the Washington Post, ed bv the Air Training Command PDCC, owned and operated by     J who broke the Watergate    ju an-    Airman Hunter, son (rf Mr. ami private enterprise, is unique in    \ ‘    ivitnieen    waier dal; "Strictly Speaking” bv    NBC-    Mrs. Donald F. Hunter of Tv-J that its prime purpose is to pro- TV correspondent Edwin    New-    roue RD I, L now trained to vide funds to promising small     UJ _ man; "The Palace Guard” bv    maintain, repair and service    air-    industries that do    not qualify    ^««myer,    leresa jNen Blaine CBS correspondent Dan Rather,    craft currently in use by    the    for financing from    their banks.    T^rnoHmsKi,    Annette Katcmora, and “The Bermuda Triangle ”    Air Force, and will serve    at    Organized in 1963 under the Busi-    ™*sy Sheehan and Mary Si I vert. The package also includes best-    Minot AFB, N I). Completion of    ness Development    Corporation    airports    hard ON NERVES selling culinary books bv the the course enables the airman 1 aw °f Pennsylvania. POCC is     p p„ re ., n , well-known New York Times Edi- to receive academic    credits    funded    by 27 civic oriented tor Craig Claiborne and James through the Community    College    vestors    and 177 member financial'* ng     n ®    .    .9”*    , Beard’s ••Fish Cookery"    of the Air boree. Airman Hunter institutions located throughout J**;"    Intern**\™*[ Books from the world of sports is a 1971 graduate of Tyrone Pennsylvania.    Airpor.    had    a    ..    P er    Rf include “Mv Wide World” by Area High School    Shareholders    and    member    fi-    rate    of    nervous    breakdowns    than ABC-TV Sports Commentator Jim    -    nanoial insritutions elect the di-(those living six miles away, a McKav and “0. J. Simpson: Foot-    David J. Jannetta    rectors, and the secretary of com- UCLA engineering department ball s Greatest Runner,” "Mad FRANKFURT, Germany, 1st Et. merce is an ex-officio board mem-jstudyp on the effects of noise About Sports,” the best selling David L. Jannetta, son    of Mr.    ber.    (found    recently. THE SIX-STORY STEFL STRUCTURE at Mercy Hospital is basically completed, except for some odds and ends, and workmen are preparing to pour the concrete floors, a task which will take approximately three months. The big effort by J. C. Orr & Son, Inc., the general contractor, la to make up for time lost due lo the severe Winter and work stoppage (now settled) by New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. The project la 25 per cent complete. You Are Invited TO AN EVENING WITH DEWAYNE MCKNIGHT AND HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. SUPPORT MCKNIGHT for SHERIFF ENJOY AN EVENING WITH US A Fund Raising Party Will Be Held to Support McKnight for Sheriff The party will be held at the Prohsinn Club at 1125 9th Avenue from 6 p.m. to ll p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, 1977.    _ There will be a buffet, all the refreshments you want and dancing to the music of the Esquires. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM MEMBERS OF THE MCKNIGHT FOR SHERIFF COMMITTEE or YOU MAY call Mcknight tor sheriff headquarters AT >42-1248 AND A COMMITTEE MEMBER WILL BRING YOUR TICKETS TO YOU. Park FREE Across Street SAVE MOO JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May 8th MiCROWME OVEN • Two Power Levels for Cooking • Cuts Cooking lime Up To 75% • Big 1.3 cu. ft. Capacity Regular 399.95 See These Special Mother's Day Values at Any of Our 7 Stores "POTSCRI ER" Portable Dishwasher Johnstown * Altoona * Somerset Indiana • Clearfield • Latrobe • Greensburg Regular v.. 299.95 Mill ^    • ’■ : v •>"    '    ' v    . • Portable Now ... 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