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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 28, 1968, Altoona, Pennsylvania 12 Mirror Classified AH* Phono 944-7171..THE ALTOONA MIRROR, ALTOONA, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1968. don, Susan Greinader, Denise jBickel, Anita Brown, Charlotte (Gregory Schreiber, Joseph She! Homerooms Announced 1)^ Hartman, Cynthia Heininger,, Jen-j Bucher, Susan Burkey, Kathleen jlenberger, Stanley_ Sral,'Richard Bishop Guilfoyle High niter Hoover, Judith Hrzic, Linda    Burlage, Kathleen Byrne, De- Steinbeiser, John Stevens, Gerald Kachele, Cheryl Keagy, Donna    horah Campalong and Elizabeth(Stoltz, Michael Stabler, John Lawruk, Marlene Longo, Cynthia    Caponised; Joseph Baker, Wil-Thalhauser, John Tom I i n s o n, McCabe, Frances Macionsky,    bam Bennett^ Donald Brennan, Michael Tomlinson and Nace T    ^    Debbie Marble, Maureen Marty-    Stephen Brulia, Francis Bran-Treese. Classes    at    Bishop    Guilfoyle    Mary    J.    Casey.    Rosemary    Fatal-    nuska, Margaret Moloney, Donna    huber, Jack Cassarly, Sheldon Room 205—Nancy Savino, Pam- High    School    will    begin    Tuesday,    do,    Barbara    Ciampoli,    Mary    A.    Musser Anita Orlando,* Kathryn    Cassarly, Thomas Cherry, Wil-cia Schram, /Deborah Schultz, Sept. 3, at 8.35 a.m. with full day Cole. Cynthia Conte. Mary R. Piperf Barbara Rn (ch lf, Elaine bam Chirdon, Domenic Ciam- Judith Sell, Claudette Sheehan, sessions. The school cafeteria Cowan and Deborah Crowley; Rjtchey Kathleen Ropp Deborah hotti, Gregroy Clemens, Glenn Constance Snyder, Susan Steindel, will be open and regular school Michael Adams, Joseph Airhart. Shaffer, Diane Soldne'r, Joyce Giber, Mic hael Conley, John Denise Stoehr, Joy Swires, Jean attire will be required, including Thomas Aleman, Steven Ante- Sommer, Judith Sommer, Pa- Cramer, William Cruscial, An- Taylor, Catherine Tremel, Don-umforms for girls.    n,uVn\ JamPS Arnold, Michael tricia Taylor, Kathleen Truby, drew Cupples, William Curran nette Van Tries, Vivian Vaughn, A deposit of at least $10 on I ahaik, jhrodore Beam, Michael    Vestri and Jean Wood, and Kenneth DeGennaro.    Nancy Waring, Patricia Warner, tuition fees must be made on the Becker. Richard Behe, Richard y.    . FHliratinn R(>om _ TaeJ R(K)m on6 _ Marie canriotti    Joan Webb, Gail Welsh, Ann ssraaa S& si c-in susan «    »*«**»    a«« JSC? Z    ?^Nancy    Smith,    Mary A. States. Mary E Crowley, Deborah Davis, Wringer Rose'Ameland Kath- t    inccpc    -,t    tho Cl th rimit Tin ti Rr ' Lo i i u Susan Stilli and Jeannine Treese; Kathleen Davis. Mary N. De-    ll!    ^atbte<?n    Wolford AwnJI hn,w 2f and514 are in- irlvitt    hn    Leo Lynch, Douglas McConnell, Coulaz, Judith DeGol. Kathie Di- and Rf>tb ,?ie#eri/ha^? ^ag‘ rnlifvT juniors and senior* at o int    i~    Dennis McDonald, Patrick Mc- Flaviana, Susan DiNicola, Eleanor n,er* Robert Washko, Mel Wetn- the pi-o.o'nt Valiev huilHinv ar- R(Kim 10,~Susan . Gu^an; Re-Hail, Steven Macharola, Kevin Dodson, Linda Dodson, Genevieve    Wjley.    David^Winkl- rnrdino to annonmemrnt hv th# rJ? « Jan>s Davidson, Madden, Joseph Maier, Anthony Drain, Rebecca Dumm, Mary L. palier, - Peter Winklbauer, Edward ^    Sfan' £2!LC‘5.    Manigba. Thomas Mann. Devid Ehredt, Diana Eldon. Karen ^ariowski George Uolf and The Rev lames F Sku’nien is vice 3006 i ii d*LMari- Mason. Harry Miller. Patrick Mil- Elden and Frances Ergler; Jo- John ^oung-_ I    '    p    anne Farrell Ruth brank. Nancy ler. Ray Mincin, Lawrence Min- seph DeRubeis, Steve Donnelly. Homeroom assignments are as j ,? S 21* /SKC*    ster< JosePh Mock- John Molnar. Joseph Dumm. Joseph Eckenrode, ^ • -r T    *.    i fn lZi assignments are as mood K.m Harber, Coneen Har- Patrick Moore, Stephen Muser, Richard Fasick, Richard Fiore. City Hospital '    low,    Mary J H«m, Karen Hines, Gregory Muri, Charles Myers, Joseph Fraundorfer. Thomas Geis-' Freshman (.lass    Mary E. Hoff and Anna Hoover;    n>anie! Myers, Harold    Noel,    Ed-    hauser,    Timothy George. James    T epnfr    Till I lr IOC Room .TOI—James Andrews    to    Daniel Brunt, Mark Bums, Ter-ward o.smobnski and    Frederick    casson    Donald Coden, Timothy    Aitrtl3    lu|U4«;a Patrick Chirdon and Donna    Abra-    race Campbell . Kevin Canole.    Petrunak,    Graham’,    Albert Grimme, Stephen    v . , . .    . shoff to Deborah Cannie.    I imothy Chirdon, Patrick Conroy, Roorn ^01-Deborah Voltz    Re-Grimme    Anthony Mailman Dan-    AiVaned Jniunes treated in the Room 302-David Cia va re! I a to Robert Corio Stephen Cover, jTw^lmer (lorglfwm" SiHainanSam    Hofe’r and    Cif Con infv n ^nS^'ftSi'BSrsst* "rr- *,« - ,, r^wsss*,. »>* h° Secunty Room 30J - Robert (Start to W DC* Dn.nl, Donley. Jo«-ph SSgJ,*mT^Lh-M^. F^'. I™e“^,“^ngUal h*"“,on“ Official, at Altoona Hosp!,a1 K°?MtS‘Bcy Eardle>    rd    >■    ss size4*. ™ Room 304 —- Joseph Keller to Room 102 — Mary B. Hollern xr u i c u ii -n. Susanne fullam, \nthia Grazier, puncture wound of right foot. jcaj 141/ c» m fnii.time direc- David Macharola and Lynn Hoi- Catherine Hoover. Christine Hoov- ^chnItJ Vincent .Wymore Ronald MaJv T ^Hnteh IudUh    TCizenstab    tor of security. Mr. Walker, with lern to Lee Leyo.    cr. Christine Hughes. Anita Jones. ch..ffpr' prank Shields* David    «    m if i r> - . ti »    ^    Juniata,    sprain    of    right    nearly 12 years of service with Room 305 — Lamont Maier to Peggy Joyce. Mirian Kapfham- chv._ * ctfl‘upn skellv ’ Frank ^ Hildphrand, Rosene^ Himes, foot.    0j    Altoona    police    force Ralph Nunez and Bonnie Longo to mer, Jenny Kawtoski, Ann Kes- cnaii^nf inseoh Sral Stephen wPn r‘ u *r^!*    1 TtnGti    rnT ' iii ic’    and as part-time security chief Deborah Musselman (including sler. Karen Krish. Marian Kris-    Dennis    Tomas^tti    J7    la‘0UPlyn Huf- contusions of right hip    at    the hospital, resigned his Mc’s).    tofco.    Mary    A, Kunstbeck, Pa- S^Tlirn^ A^reL wXr ford *nd Panola Johnson; Greg- Landw CoIyer. Box 439, Irrtta- dty duti„ Has police detective Room 300—Michael O’Connor to tience Leiden. Claudine Ix)we, n' William* David Williams Hoover. Han:>ld Ibnne, Mark iQn oi right e>e    antj hej?an fuH.fimc expanded Michael Schmid and Mary Nale Lucinda Luther, Judy Lytle. Jessie , vf-,rL wiHrlr    Hoover, Robert Hopfl, Eugene Irwie Shumac Box 1.4. RD 4. duties at Altoona Hospital Aug to Mary Roseberry.    Maddas and Patricia Marron and Mark Wir,tk*    jHoromanski    Steven Johnston bee sting of right knee, wrist and L Mark Schram to Richard Fink, Michael Fitzgerald.    Senior    Class    Bernard Jubeck, Francis Kapf- e t arm. Represent State Three York Countians Plow Contest Winners lersburf, second, and Ivan R. Yost, Christiana, third. State Winners In the state horse plowing con- JAMES H. WALKER JR. City Hospital Names Director Room 204 Thomas Waelder and Barbara Michael Fortenbaugh, David Room 103-Anita Barcaro, Linda    Tohn    l^n^    burrs Of teff thiOh    directing the security of the in- vr«r u Runk to Jo Ann Statler.    Fraundorfer. David Frederick, Barcaro, Marilyn Behe, Cathie    «"52£5AilI Mark *11^    tertial and external hospital fa-1plowing Room 205-William Wagner to Mark Fumer, Paul Gallagher. Betes, Carol Bieniek, Dolores J.tePh<,n 1 ang«    Jn    Jar/’inoon of ?h'in    cilities. He serves as fire mar- namifle Stephen Zeak and Marie Stein-Stephen Gerhart, William Gib- Brady, Rosemary Fox, Maureen parv Lase 0.1 oseph Legge, John « ,,•    \Tnur rA„, 1 . * ... *shal» coordinates all internal row*. D< bugl to Barbara Wright.    bons, John Gill, James Gordon, Grimme, Kathryn Hanelly, Cath-:^PV0 and •^°'in little    sprain    of    rieht ankle    communication equipment and imong Sophomore Class    William Gregg, Robert Helfrich, erine Hasson. Michaeleen Koehle, Room 203—Dianne Kenny, Mary Robert I mil>erf <inq U'o.Mr. switchboard personnel, and    Contour    Contest Bonita Ciambotti    Mmhael Horton.    Clara Mignogna. Kathleen Muhl- Mary C. Leiden. Patnda I.vmam,    ArlpnA Mnrtntl ; Room 102—Richard Cataldo to    ~ Thomas Eckenrode and Jane Cole «at • Mulier By JIM STERLING Mirror Farm Editor HERSHEY    — Plowmen    from seven states squared off against each other today in the first day test yesterday, winners were: of competition in the National jack Cullen. Somerset RD 6, who Plowing Contest at Hershey. won the sulky plow competition Carrying Pennsylvania’s colors Wjth a team of matched Belgians; into the fray were the three York Earl Yortv. Hummelstown RD 2, Countians, two of them brothers, wb0 won the walking plow com-who proved themselves the top petition with a mixed Belgian plowmen in the state during the and percheron team; Miss Car* stare competition yesterday. rie Bonawitz. Harrisburg RD I, The men, Gerald Robert of w-ho won the ladies horse plowing Thomasville, who won the larse contest with a three-mule team; plow contest; his brother, Dale jamM Howard. Mt. Pleasant RD of Spring Grove RD 3, who topped jt wb0 won the single gang plow the small plow, or level and contest with a matched team of class, and Charles Hess of Dallas- Belgians, and Robert Decker, town RD 3, who won the contour Garrett, wrho won the double gang class, were chosen from a field of plow contest with a team of six 52 entries in the state contest, registered matched Belgians, Get Certificates    When    Lt.    Gov'. Raymond    J. Blair Countv’s three entries In Broderick officially opened the the state event, while not finish- event yesterday he predicted ing in the top echelons, turned in Pennsylvania s farmers will commendable performances. “meet the chal.enge of the fu* The men. all from Martinsburg ture” bv doubling production to RD 2, Paul Yingling, in the small help feed millions more people in plow class; Leonard Burkei, in The 21st (enturv. the large plow class, and Ralph    Key industry ZuTJr^if!1    Aft"    the    ribbon-cutting cere* monies. hrt said, “Holding the pTmnma ni    r    Va    N*tional plowing contest here    in Reigmng over the tuo-da, a- p^^jvgn^ dramadca||v rl.ntv *Srl phas,7es fhe tort that agriculture nf is and alwavs bas been the key Deborah Smith, named Queen of industnr of our Commonwealth. Mr. Walker’s duties include the Furrow yesterday. Each    husinp,s    of    gpncuiture    if in- year the host for the national h k    of    (wr    na, meet has the honor of the Queen of the Fur-    ' ion s econ* Keystone State produce over a billion dollars worth of crops We to Toni Ellis Catherine Noone, ^r'S w    lnri^pruritv^rh!V7    Tmties    is    the    national    contour    rank    17th    in    the    ration    on that br., is assistant security cniei.     *    *~    -.........^    still    call    Penn- industrial state future? In another ticipated in .he American Col-    ^Tf.mer*^ Room 103—Fdward Froler to Patricia Pfiester, Denise Pokorny, mver. Dianne Snyder, Elaine marie Marr, Jams Martin, Cyn- Deborah Hewiit ^ F Av. ticipated in the American Col-iwrence Hanelly and Marjorie Darlene Polito. Nancy Prindible, Stephens, Veronica Stetter, De-thia Mentzer, Carol Mincin. Col- ecchymosis of right foot    'liege    of,Surgeons advanced prac-: M«Hnnal small d Srer<n"ra^Trim,"’    £■«? Prosper!,^Angela    Rocci. tar, h    S.oUr and Kathleen Weld- ^n_M»re_.nd Them. Murl; ("SS^oSrtST ITM iJffi    ”,    I"1^    ^LTg!!.    g National small plow and big be feeding twice as many people plow contests will be held tomor- as he now feeds lf science and Endress to Barbara Grimme Susan Prosperi Angela Rocci, horah Stoltz and Kathleen Weid- Fen Moore and TTierese Mun; James Gardnp 170g Room 104 - David Hanley to Mary J. Rosenhamer. Marcia ley.    Thomas    Lvnanv^    JefTrey    Lytle.    Ave_,    contusion    of    scalp.    W.    technology continue to multiply John Kilcovne and Shelia HallF Reinsman. Mary A. Rumberger. Room 105 - Deborah Adams. William Lvtle. Melt.in McConnell, Deborah Brennan. 1827 I2th1    atin.i IUn^i to.! Other winneni In yesterday’s the farmer’s efforts at the rate Rose Ryan, Maureen Sanker. Joan Baronner, Mary H. Bauer. .Tames McGough, Frank Madden, Ave |acera(jon of upper lip.*    ‘‘fate    aptest,    were    Small    plow.    of tho past' IO years, the farm- J oseph Rwm,P202 P-"John Porta to Krise. john Kugier,’ Timothy Kies, Ann Miller P at r i c i a Richard Regan.    Pate    vMBrlmner,    718    6th Ave    £!52EL»iM,C!IJ?rff««v#r«lttv 'P cm^oar plow, Elvin E. Lebo. Mil*; expected today. Charles Tate and Marie Pulcino Lambour, Roliert Landolfi, Donald Murphy. JoAnn Peo. Kathleen Room 204 - Margaret Musra- laceration of scalp.    '    ^J1n*ylvan'“_-.I|alJL Sul ,' - to Barbara Sheehan.    Laughlin, Steven Leiden, Gar>’ Pielmeier, Linda Pirro, JoAnn telli. Deborah Myers. Rose Nale Randy Ketner, 5223 Grandview    wirn.rf    Lnd th<.l hMr Ti    .    t* ll Room 206—Joseph Thomas to Lestochi and Michael Lettieri. Policastro. Mary K. Rentz, Teresa Alana Noel. Dana O’Leary. Pa Ave., infested wound of loft mid- u '    J    c    Suiaa linda LakCniOllt 0311 Gerard Ziegler and Kathleen1    106    -    Evelyn    Airhart.    Smithmver. Theresa Steinbugl. tricia Omlor, Lucia O r s e n a. die finger.    J pSInfi ’ Sheehan to Judith Zangrilli. Mar>* Andrews. Gertrude An-Patricia Thalhauser. P a t r i c i a Therese Petvak. Ann Pielmeier. David Kubishin. 1321 N. Mont- Kn  __Plom’nrc I 1 ni ru*.    thony, Donna Baumgartner, Ja- Trimarco, Rebecca Wurdack and Marian Polito, Joann Pom put i us, gome ry St., Hollidaysburg. Jac-i    l<f>LI>    I    IG    cli ,,w    nette Boslet, Winifred Boston, Charvle Zinich.    Rita Raichle, Patricia Rice. Fran-eration of right ring finger.    Altoona HoPpitnl a a TTO Room IOO—Constance Abrashoff. Janet DeGol. Michaelene DeUo, Room 200 — Anne Abrashoff, ces Richers, Susan Ritchey, Cyn- Louis Laraia, 1225*4 7th Ave.. *    , 1    AAllJ MCHlOT Anita Adams, Colette Adams, Alice Delorenzo, Karmel DeSte-Carol Adams, Mary L. Allen, thia Rossi, Linda Ruggerv and allergic reaction to be sting of    Admitted    "    2. S3Lb3rani!,'ln*    B„nfatta*    [,ano; Sh^!a„5!ehi;    Dumm,    Nuncy ^ Aulter, Michele ^Baker,|Mary A. Runyen; Gerald Rentz, right arm.    Loretta Greaser, Box 2, Fogle ••Pnutjce tr d    havp    Sister    M. Geralda, Holliday* Jane JMcKinnev. 3965 4th Ave.,    HollKtaysburg.    a ^jjl to exert and someday you burg. insect bite of right arm    Judv Will, *604 ^,aP[? A _ mav reach a top spot in athletics.’’ Michael L Corbin, 2502 Quail Robert Spicer, 206 lith Ave., Sandra Aung«t, 516 Pott gr    john Snowtr new A if mm Arpa Ave allergic reaction to bee ating of Road. even larger crowd was M prey Ho** pital Admitted Rev. Raymond Waldruff, Highland Hail, Hollidaysburg. Terry Grist, Duncansville RD ^■more mealsjout of your refrigeratpr^reezer, J Bi Mb fW'i %’ it. u SPI New HEFTY Bags make .any fowl a“conveniei)ce” food. The only plastic bags with . double-wall construction and air-bubble insulation... esfcw* save full flavor. Keep meats, leftovers, . plan-ahead left hand. John Swogger, new Altoona Area Ave. High School basketball coach told Patricia Muldoon. Lilly. Roy Reaver, 411 S. 3rd St, Ejikemont Little and Peewee John McGough, 3222 Bell Ave. Bellwood.    T    League players last evening l^nW?HfnJeftFflf°?*r _ Ja,nRD 4    *    '    '    Sagger,    speaking    at    a    din- RD fnrwim Mu ^ J r<^dr’ni qai.v P np gii u’ 18th St Tv- nPr hosted by the Lakemont Lions RD, foreign body in right eye. | Sally Pine, fill VG nth St.,    which    sponsors    the    Lake Catherine Soiarczyk, Lillv. Margaret Malonev. Cresson. Patricia McConnell, Gallitzin, Mane G. Madonna. Gallitzin. (onnie Sprow, HoHtdaysburg Irish Day Set In Pittsburgh Helen Robison, 3715 Broad Ave. Geneva Show alter, WUl.ama-burg. M Uipoid. 207 TU,™ RM.ry Burgoo*), Box SS. T>mn*    (TOm^ithlel.c pun,*,. Un* RD 2 Shirley Hammel,    Box    446^1, Patlon- Hollidaysburg RD I.    '‘Plan hard a d well, whether Tho S4)h m, I ■ v.    . S<an,^AYerS* ^ 420’ ROari"g *    L.    Oldham.    Holliday* The 64tb annual Irish Day re Spnng RD I.    or some other .sports and, above .    ^ I anion, sponsored by the Ancient Daniel Cowan. 1526 28th Ave. all, keep practicing hour after oujj'    r:»U, trim Order of Hibernians and Ladies Michele Savinsky. Houtzdale, jhour, and aomedav it mav pav off    K'V?R    , Auxiliary, will be held Saturday,, Douglas Houck. Portage RD 2. tor you,*’ Coach Swogger advised Aug. 31, at West View Park, Pitts- Kathenne Ondish, Duncansville the youngsters. “Many scholastic    y burgh.    RDI    stars go to college on scholarships tSEJL i vnn Airer*! A sports program is planned    James Biddie, Box    36. Williams-    because they excel in one sport for 2 pm. and an Irish program,    burg RDI.    or another. consisting of dancing and sing- Blanche Peno, Coalport.    Jhe coach also cited a good A. - 'i akemont mg is scheduled    for    7 to    8 p.m.! Nancy Urban, 1208    19th    Ave father-son    relationsh    p    as    helpful,    Marion* I    Pato.- *>(*;    *th at the bandstand. There will be Sherry Carlin, Whittier. Calif, rn a boy’s ambition in sports oar-A‘ ‘    “    ** Irish dancing at    the    pavilion at    Mary' Lang, 3303    Washington ticipation.    He    urged    the    mothers    Albert Yohn    8in    E    6th Ave £'m    ,    , .    .    Ave. '    and fathers in attendance to help    f    'pirharrf    tam    9twf General chairman of the pro- William Shawley, 416 Benton their sons and to encourage their A.^.    Kicnara,    I4W    zna gram is Martin J.    Mullen.    Assist- Drive, Hollidaysburg.    'aspirations.    john J bunn    Jr    rantm rcfarvmD^n Brachev CTomyBrad    cJ1* Haw* The speaker was introduced b> Alberta N. Unzenciorfer, Dun- l    !    J;    thorne Dnve’ Hollidaysburg. Past President I orrest L. Bar- carmele RD 2 fin’ Madman John E?a^ R?S|Aw X g ’    2612    5th    tholomew. program chairman and Ro6e E. Campton. 1218 17th w ii ar u*u 7 U T    Ave    orte-time baseball player of note Ave VVill ams, Helen Zimick and Joe,    Shirley Keeth, 320    Beech    Ave.    james h, Ackcret. first vice pmsi- Phyllis McArthur, 115 5th    Ave.,    deal and former major and minor Doyle. The program Is being sponsored Juniata.    nlav#»r    nrn«udad y ;Tb<?Ani*]6 eny County ®oard Qarice Stefancik, Blandburg. of the AOH.    1    -      -    -    * Clara Miller, Bamesboro. Following a custom of former years, the dub presented trophies Standing of the Crews Jumat^ Asht>un1' 1,! l -n(^ st * to ail members of the Little St Discharged Joseph Quinlan, 1211 245th Ave, Ida Bowman, 1921 6th Ave. Mamma M. Dteihnrh, 2304 1st I.,lo    u    League team The presentation _.Irfne. M^-Keown, *2* logan u^rlf    son*    Ganey    * ^anor’ was made by Lion James Mattem. H vd Lakemont. Mf) lida *Nburg^    team manager. Members of the Richard E. Hollows,    916 5th Barbara (orue, 1044    .nd    Ave.    peewee League team dinner Ave,, Juniata. Maureen Long, Box    83,    Patton    „uests ^ the’ dub for’th<. hrs( Amy Sue Peters, 612    Walton Tm j    r. .!    «    ,, ..i    time,    were Introduced by    the    Ave. Gladys    Butler,    Box 96-H,    Holll-    manaRer> Bernie Lafferty.    An-    Anna    Stephens,    Cresson. Division    last    order    t?!?    cu »    inn    ~.u    *    'bony    Labriola. who serves    as a    Della    Hallman,    713    6th Avt* division    last    order    jud,th    Shaffer, 204    7th    Ave.,    Llttlp    Uague umpire> got a    -big    Juniata. Altoona tram crews to co- u/n ,, ^    ,    hand" from the players. Lions and Catherine Shaner, Ashville. .    —    —    —    —    g    WHIliam^ McCaulley, 3.- Park guests when he was introduced. Jean Woolridge, 10.5 Monfgorn* Chairman Bartholomew, assist-    ^ * U?H‘da*yf**Hrl|; brose.    I    Ave* led rn the arrangements bv Past Hhyll.s Podrasky. Lilly. Middle 11:30 a.m. 221, 225, 223, 220, 215, 216,    place JuniaU Extra conductor; Barrett, Am- Ricbard Sparks, 702 3rd Ave. Conductor vacancies: 3.    Mat?! da°D iVetois^ ^ *1 f3'fir h Av# I President Patsy J. Labriola, paid Norman Cuff, 1420 Washington Extra brakemen:    Cherry, E.j    William Snyder Irvc^ia    tribute to the parents for encour- A\e*    .. . ,    ^ D. Green, Stitt,    Eckenrode,    Adaijne Keller’ Box 6    Holt! as'ng ,heir son* t0 Plav ^a,e* on ?    McIntyre,    Duncansville Whitesel, McFalls, Fleck.    davSblS? RD    *    ba" and t0 Participate in other 2-    .. ^    . Brakemen vacancies: 3.    Nlountain    306    S    **nd    sP"rts'    Rn3. ' HeWUt' Holl,daysbur« Altoona engine crews to go:'Ave BeiiVV(w^ ‘    ‘    The invocation was given by RG 1 219, 218, 214, 220.    » • cmi.u liftc a.,* t (Treasurer Louis M. Troxell and Barbara Redly, 1515 Uh St. Extra enginemen: Whiteman,    ’    ’    '    n’    the benediction by Past President Jean Her she I Lilly. Eckard, Whitehill, Naylor, iaHa7., Hiirhenc sir MIU    MerIe R- George- Past President A,I^0Ug!as DeAnton.o, IOU 7th O’Rourke, Kovensky.    ;    Hitchens,    Six    Mi.e    Run.    Robert E. Stevens “entertained” AVm" rear‘ I ngineman vacancies: 3. Discharged with two piano numbers. WEIS. marke+s J STOCK UP WITH ALL YOUR NEEDS FOR THE LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND at Your Friendly ALTOONA WEIS MARKETS Pittsburgh Division last order Constance Fisher, Gallitzin. 11:50 a.m.    Gladys Hibbs, Sunbrook Man- it/1 ll TT ^ East slope helpers: 552, 567, or, Duncansville.    WlUlIICV Ul*£CS *3 568, 571, 551, 559, 569, Maxine Feldman, Philadelphia.    '    ^ 56 , 5/0, 5/2.    Patricia    MrCulloch, 212 lith Pmmnf Extra enginemen:    Kennedy,    Ave.(    Juniata    I lUIIljJl /lLllQll Hoffman, Stitt, Lowman, Doris Nail, Williamsburg RD 1. it* ti I A * I lineman vacancies: 2.    S"^r    »"d    5711    ^0f ROacI Ald Extra firemen: Knipple, Winters, McCoy, Daniels, McGil-very, Wood. Fireman vacancies: 3. Extra brakemen: Hoover, Kaylor, Ansman, Dennis, Hornsey. Elaine Conway, Cresson. I Kenneth Hatch. 506 3rd Ave. Paulette McIntyre, 200 Cedar Blvd., Hollidaysburg. Richard Conway, Cresson. I Dorothy Weichel, 16 S. Montgomery St., Hollidaysburg. Anka O. Usher, 2102 2nd Ave. Jean Skidmore, Cresson, I ayetta Rodgers, 1403 3rd St Rhoda Gunsallus, Bellwood. Kevin Murtagh, 509 Spruce St, Crippled Children, Adults Plan Carnival “Fun for All Ages” is the theme for the annual carnival for the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Blair County. The extravaganza is scheduled for Thursday at the Pleasant Village playground, off Pleasant Valley Boulevard, starting at 4 p.m. An abundance of food, games and prizes will be available. The lineup of entertainment includes a concert by the Symbols of Time, an appearance and exhibition by stock car driver Ed Gunner from the Hesston Speedway and performances by folksingers Eve Mallett and Debbie Harshbarger. Faye Snyder and infant, 5711 6th Ave. Darlene Tucker, Box 387, Hoi- WASHINGTON, D.C. — Cong. Hdaysburg RD I    J. Irving Whalley today urged Hollidaysburg! ( aroline Koelle, 110 W. lith Pennsylvania state and local of-1    —    - Ave., Juniata.    ficials to obtain a “fair share” . ,    __ Infant Shearer, Box 154, Ty- of additional highways recently1 Altoona Has Fifth r0Ji® BD 2.    authorized by the federal gov- w    .    ^    „ Edna Burkholder, 518 5th Ave., ernment.    Lowest    Crime    Rate Juniata.    President    Lyndon B. Johnson Robert Wingard, 21 Duff has signed into law legislation Drive. Sara Bare, 818 7th Ave. Mary Glass, 1512 24th Ave. Jesse Helsel, Box 548, RD 4. Shirley Mohler, 114 E. 6th Ave. Vickie Murtiff, 3100 Walnut Ave. Deborah Berry, Blandburg. Ramon Ressler, Box 763, RD I. Carrie Zeigler, 1911 12th Ave. Earl Robb, Huntingdon RD I. which authorizes an additional 1,500 miles of federal highways to the nation’s federal-aid highway construction program. According to Mr. Whalley, “It is necessary for the local communities to cooperate with the Pennsylvania Highway Department and make their highway Among metropolitan areas ct 100,000 population, the Altoona area had the fifth lowest crime rate fn the nation in 1967, accenting to the FBI’s Uniform Crim# Report for last year. The report indicated the Altoona area had 608 serious crimes for each 100,000 persons. needs known, hopeful that Cen-Elvin Detwiler, 1509 Lloyd St. jtral Pennsylvania can get a fair Kenneth Lamar, Fallentimber share of the additional roads McMonigle of 1313 3rd Ave. re-RD I.    which    have been apportioned to ported someone ransacked his CAR, HOME RANSACKED At 6:05 p.m. Tuesday, Claude Martin Caputo, 1812 5th St. Edith Rodono, Box 336, RD 2. Pennsylvania. “There is a great demand,” he added, “for highway improve- Eyidence that Indians wer£ ment, and it will take prompt smoking pipes 4,000 years ago and coordinated planning on the has been found in a prehistoric:state and local level to empha-cave in Wyoming, says the Na- size the urgent highway needs tional Geographic.    'of our area.” 1964-model car while it was parked at the rear of 1613 8th Ave. and took $200 from a wallet. Fifteen minutes later, Max Gerlach of 1313 3rd Ave., first floor, reported his son saw two men leave their home with a radio, tools and jewelry, police report. I ;