Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Altoona, Pennsylvania
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■THU Al,UMINA MIKKOK, ALTOONA, PA., WKDXLttOAY, J CNE fl. 1878.944 Seniors to Participate in AAHS Graduation
Altoona Are* High .School** I Man# L. I fireman, Sandra TS 'wood I,. Mallrrv. Jr., Jeffrey A.jStofif, Thomas S, Stoner, Terry! das* of 1973 will graduate to Kortnev, Alice R. Fomhner. John Mallery, C atherine A. Maloney, M. Stotler, Richard D. Stout,
morrow evening with commence W. Foster, David G. l ox, James William A. Mangiacame, Bonnie Cindy L. Stover, Susan D Straw,
ment services scheduled to begin Daniel Fox, Mary M, I rank. M. Manley, Joseph P, Manna, Kevin W. Strayer, Dwight D. at Jaffa Mosque at 6.30 p.m. I Martin L. Franks Jr„ Gary E. Merrill D. Markley, Steightiff, Robert T. Stub/, Greg-
There will be 944 seniors partied- Fraundorfer, Jon A. Freas, David Edward G. Mark*. Jr., Robbie "D8 s Summer*, Randy D. Swim
paUng in the commencement exer- R. Frederick, Roberta E. Fred S. Marks. Earl M. Marshall, Jr., jdell. John P. Sykes,
cise*. erick, Sybil A. Freedman, Ralph Dolores R. Martin, Randy M j
Graduating senior* in alpha* S, Fresh, Mary E. Friday, Ed Marx, Joseph A. MasciteUi, PauF n T
bet!cal order are: ward I riedenberger, Mary E. A. Mask:, Charlene M MtaWn,!T ^ Charma Beverly L.
A j Fnedenherger. Betty Jo Fry, Judy A. Mathieu, Richard L. /‘lo”*’ .ral5of*
j «, Susan M. I sink. Mark J. Euoss, Matt, James E. Mat/sk, William ,*a Pi n aa ?ay‘
David J. Adams. David W. vjViJin 0. Futrell. ,L. Mauk. Daniel J. Maurer. I V 5 n i i
I r> l -j T-, w ». . c. [eiirei, Patrick T, Teufel, Jet !
Ct iRichardDM^^han Patrick fifer L. Thomas,
f. Memtel. Edward D. Me lev.
Karla K. Utz,
Adler, Cynthia A. Ake, Robert P. Alberts, Arthur A. Albright,
Karen A, Albright. Joette M.
AlianieHo, Teresa M. Ammelin.
Deborah Ray Alter, Linda M.
Amato, William D. Amheiser.
Michael W. Anesko. Linette M.
Anslinger. Brenna CL Ansman,
Vanessa M Anthony. Denise A (.ehret Jr . Michael I). Geiner Jr.,.
Appleton!, Eleanors. Arend, Ired Mark E, Gels, Cynthia R. Gensa -! A. Miller,.Justus P. Mil
R Ashburn Jr., Jeffrey M, Ash- mer. James A. George Jr., Lu 1 •* Herein I- Mjljer, Karen M.
lev, Deborah R. Auefbe< k, Jeffrey cinda A. George. Mi er, Kathy I, Miller, Le*li« C y
P. Auker, Deborah J. Aveni. Karen L Gerber Marie K. Ger > &*** J* MjjJJG Carol A. Vahev, T.ska T. Valen*
_ fbi, Michael J, Gibbons, Jonathan ^ mHW* 11 mothy . r _h T
N# Gibson. Patty I.. Gingery, Beth £• J/ .J}?. *5 r;. Miller, „ ’ . ^ Vaughn PrauN Von-
Timothy R Barr. ( ami Jo Gingrich. Deborah A. Glass. Jac- R'chard R. Millin, Ronald J. Mil j Robort j * V(i
Raiiey, Thomas A Ragtev. I es!ie qutlyfl K. Glass, Patricia A. *in
A. Ballinger, Barbara A. Banks. (,iunfi Ran<n J, Gochnaur. Joann Aprvl J. M i n n i g h. John A. W
Leo F. Baranik, Bruce Robert f ( Rich tv nu r, Tern L. (ioldberg, Mirobelli, Patrick J, Mitchell,! Theres# A, Wachter, Marjorie Bardine. Glenda M Barkley, John William L. (kind. Stephen M.(Frances G. Misitano, Beth E. L. Wadsworth, Debra A. Wagner, P. Baronner. Donna J. Barr, lim- Gnnty, Margretta L. (forman. Mock, Clifford J. Mock, Donna J, John L. Wagner, Lawrence C. othy J. Barr. Robert D. Barr##.; poxan S. Gorsuch, Jeffrey L. Mock, James C. Mock, Dennis J. Wakefield, Dennis B. Walker,
Beverlv J. Bartley, John Bryan Goehom. Pamela (joss, Rena J. Moore, Gave A. Moore, Larry M Susan G. Walker, Sandra J. Wal-
Bartley. * (kissard, Greichen L. Gottshell, Moore, Marsha A. Moore, ter, Cathy E. Walters, David L.
Henry V. Battisti, David A. Deborah A. Gracev, Linda R Michael R« Mort. Walters, Gail F. Walters, Susan
S * wifi' Gracev, ((innie I) Green, !>avid Daniel a. Mountain, John E L- w*^-
n u I ‘ Green, (george W. Green, Mounts, Timothy B Mowery, paul K. Warburtoo, Mark E.
Ill, Robert A. Behe Jr., Steven Rhonda L. Green, William E. Thomas A Mover Kenneth F Warfel, Daniel H. Weaver, Tim* •r2TwW!R£ 9reen' Jaffrey L. Greene, Dana Mundorf, Ftfanne M. Mud, Ran <*& L. Weaver, Carol A. Web Shane S Benner Brad W Ben* Jo Grimm, Terry D. Grubb, Deb- f|oiph L. Mosser, Susan M. Mus ber, Thomas E. Webber, James we. Shelby A. Bendel David L, orah A Gildhall ser; janice L Mvrrs, Sue A A. Webster, Nancy J. Webster,
ST?’ WMT ESST** Deborah K. Hale Edward S. Myers. Jhomas A Myers, Thom (Thomas H. Weibley, Terri L. iDhn c n u_ «, «.« «.----- WeidUch, James D. Weisberger,
George W Wentz.
N (ioerge K. Wertz, Jr., Denise J.
_ ... ... ... Nagle, Randy C Weaner, Barbara Jo Westbrook,
Rustling, Betty L. BltU*, J jjan,n 7mn^hy M. Hallman. Jef* Nash. Cynthia A. Naugle. Robert Janws R. W’eston, Cathleen A.
£■ u l* Rhonda I fjppy ^ Hallman, (jail E. Ham S. Naugle, Susan E. Nearhoof, Weyandt, Jacqueline A. Weyandt, H Blender, Kathy A. Blouin,|maker, Nancy I . Hare. John M. Mildred A Nebelski, Michael C. Ronald J. Weyandt. Carole C. Pamela Bodley, Dana Y. Harding. Ronald J. ll a re] I a, Nedimyer, .Steven P. Neeck, Jan- Weyandt, Dennis W. Weyant, I>e« Wilnur I B^ggs Jr., Randy A. Hargreaves. et L. Neelev, Cherty A. Neely, D. White, Neil E. Whittaker, Sue
Thomas W. Bollinger, f atrtcia E.; f;|enn M. Harkins, JrMin W. Michael T. Neely, A. Wicker.
Bonner, Grace E. Books. Harren. Jr., Gwendolyn Jo liar- Jamie M. Nelson, Patricia E. Marjorie A. Wiesinger, William
Steven P. Boort*, Joann M. Bo* ^ Sharon R. Harris, Kathleen N’emic, Debra K. Neve!, Robin C. L. Wilfong. Mary L. Wilinski, Di-fon. Mark R Boston* James D. ^ Hart, Donald W. Harten, Rob Nixon, Agnes P. Noel, Debra E. anne K. Wilkes, Roberta L. Wilk* Bourque, Pa trick I . cit W. Harten, Cathy A. Hartline, Noel, Jennie JE. Nolen, Timothy mson, William D. Wilkinsfin,
Mark I. Bowser, vicfci I Brandt. Robert M. Hartman, Carl J. Has- P. Noonan, Debra A. Norris, Rte April D. Williams, Janice K. Wil-Sandy s. Bregman, lerrance A. |ett> Keith B. Hatch, Sharon E. be ria J. Noye, Ann L. Nycum. liams. IJnda Jo Williams, Pamela Bromic^ Cvnthia I .^Brennan, Halch () f WllIiamSf Sue £. Williams,
John S. Beachier, James P. Haler/, John W Hall, Karen L, as'E.~Mvers"
Bettwy. „ , , „ .. *. Hailinan, TitfKKhy M. Hallinan.
rhomas E. Bickel, Ronald EJ DHx.rah K Hale. Edward S.
Riddle. David J. Bmus, Nancy A. iHaler/, John W Hall, Karen L. Arlene A.
Steven C. Brennan. Charles J.i M Haupt. J aeq ul an D.
Rrietenhach, Il^niHle R. Brokaw, Hauser, Janice D. Hauser, Susan
Deborah L. Brooks, Robyn L. p.- Hawk. Warren L. Hayes,
. Dariye A. Heaton. Robert L.
Suzanne Heaton, Jr., George E. Heidler,
Edwin P. Heiss, Lisa A. Heller,
Faron Le# Brown,
Brown, Brooks A. Bm/gal, Patrick 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. Bums,
Steve C. Heilsel.
Katherine A. Hemberger, Usa ML Ilesscr, Anna B. Hewitt, Cindy L. Hewitt, Diana L. Hewitt, Ernest W. Hewitt. Diane V. Higgins,
Richard W. Biotic Joye. E. BK- Mich».l B. Weman, DonnT L
l*r. Deborah L. Butterworth. Hlu Robfrt A Hjn Jlm„ w
C H indinger.
Susan L Cadie. CoUeen A. C*ld-:U|P»‘™|* IW'Wr. Itaiiid _____
*«*!! lmdi S Caldwell Mire I n,PP. Penelope Hippo, l inda J. D- ">-«ra n. raaquino.
?a in Kevin I K to Hlte Cheriy A Moacland Cyn- ^ a M. P^ulno. R,chard H.
.-I « > A thia I- Hoae and D«-hra J Hock- em*, J
Victor W Oberneder, Kathleen S. O’Donnell, Theresa A. O'Donnell, Semoon Oh, Joseph P. O’Leary, Vickie A. Ollinger, Beth A. Orange, Joleen G. Orberg, William G. Orr, Elizabeth A. Oswalt, Richard J. Ott.
Patricia A. Pabian, Alphonse N. Pacifico, I>arlene Page. linda M. Palazzi, Elena A. Pappas, Georgic A. Pappas, Gregory C. Pappas, Denise E. Parros, Sharon M. Parson, Christina A. Parsons,
ner, Martha L. Houseman Carli P How *er Richard D. Pf shier.
Cathy Carr. Robert B. Carter. g . a.I}» I iM Cher vt A Pii»lmpier Carl a
I pp Cl ( uKidv iiiriith Cataian Ihmnas J. Howard, Delores L. (aria
DmeV R C a urn RoffJ cS’- Hricko, Edward T. Hrric, CSreg-lJJ*1™^^; J■ P»nttlJCart
•lam€* K- Tv. W ,, orv A Huller Robert W Hurm Jr>hn F. Plutko, There-
ully. Gene (Yan Pui) Chan, Mark ,,u"er*„R „ n ”• lAr11"; «a a Pnliri TdspdH a
/ h-inim Silvan ('hathArri«. Jr-, Rhonda E. Hussey, Shatyl A,* Fona, Jasepn A. 1 ompa,
Cvnthia K Cherrv E Huston. Terry L. Huston Charles K Post. Eugene H.
tjmtnia k uierry. ueoira tPringle, William J. Pugh.
(hestney, Robert G. Chirdon. 1
Martin J. ( iaverella. Mary Jo laia, Brian J. lanniel- ^
r nl „Ciavar? a* AoS5 «o. Anita L. lckes, Unda A. Ickes,
a a * ri 1 i' A a^l r shp,ia A Im,er- William L, Imler.l
-i r-Jr’ J, v. ’a im! -IJelcne A. Ingold, James H. Irvin,
Sheila M. Clapper, Jo Ann C oho, *
Stephen Cokrlic, Todd M. Cole i J
Teresa E. Williams.
Mark E. Wills, Deanna M. Wilson, Diane L. Wdson. Leon R. Wilson, Donald L. Wilt, Tmvorthy
D. Winder, Janet M. Vineland, Dolores M. Winrick, Marjorie M. Wmrick, Deborah A. Winters, Karen A. Wise
Terne L. Wise. Jonathan G. Wisor, Robert E. Wissinger, John M. Witmer, Kenneth J. Wojcik, Michael J. Wojcik, Susan J, Wojcik, Donald R. Wolf, Helen L. Wolf, Patrick D. Wolf.
Robert M. Wolfinger, Thomas
E. Wolfe, Bonnie L. Wombacher, Stephen S. Woodcock, Amy L. Woodring, Pamela A. Woodring, Ricky W. Woomer, Nancy L. Woytowiez, Michael D. Wray, Connie L. Wright.
David L. Yingling, Debra A. Yoder, Sally L. Yoder, Paul I. Yohn, Elaine Q. Yon, Jon C. Yon, Thomas G. Yonkosky, Patricia A. Young, Ralph F. Young, III. Terr! A. Young.
Class of 1973 (front row from left). 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 Glo was held at luikemont Park following the prom.
Bellwood. CHAMES SET
TV™fRDWrbachcr' Box 16iX,i (OK HOSPITAL
Margaret Yeager, 407 Howard (Continued from page I) Ave.
Michael Zenone, St. Benedict Dorothy Snively, 318 22nd Ave.
Agnew Choice To Win 1976 Republican Noel
/lUmilltrtJ rn rn rn -WO
(harle, L. Maurer, Bedford. District JuStlCC Diane Fodder, 2605 Quail Ave.
STATELINE, Nev. (UPl)-The
James M. Quarry.
Randall Rabenstein, Allen J Rahold, Roxanne Radel, Stephen
Zimmerman, Sara D. Zimmer- petersburg.
^\y,mam j. McNeil,, box 17* Explains Delay ine^Ave!" 52° C*r°‘' Of Hotel CaSC
Joanne l^go, Gallitzin.
Judith A. Baker, 1712 3rd Ave. a -t
Mildred C. Da versa, DIO 4th1 District Justice Thomas Ave. Kilcoyne this morning gave the contain kitchen, central supply
Catherine M. Lai ch, 322 9th reason why the Blair Hotel an^ pharmacy.
Ave., Juniata. |Cor_ owner of the P-nn A1,0i. Th* administration facilities,
Michael T. Patterson. 710 19th if?*:• ow*er 0T the 1 enn Alt0 dining nnd cafeteria would be St. Hotel, and Grant Nicklas Jr., on the first floor.
Karen L. Thatcher, Box 181,1 president of the corporation,! The second floor would house
construction of a new building in the space cleared between B/C building and the school of nursing. This building would be attached to th# E and F buildings at the 3rd through seventh . . „ .
levels, at which point a central* early betting line on the H i ized core of six elevators would Republican presidential nominate constructed. lion rates Vice President .Spiro
Floor Plans T. Agnew the favorite.
The basement of the building Jimmy “The Greek" Snyder, a would house the boiler plant, Las Vegas oddsmaker, said Tuea-laundry and some storerooms, day that Agnew *‘has emerged while the ground floor would as the favorite" and was listed
at 1-3. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York was 3-1 and Gov.
man, Jeffrey C. Colledge, Linda; Deborah L. Jackson, John W. Ramsey, ( arni A. Randolph,
I. Collins Jclfery L. Conrad. MI- Jack™, David Jenkins, Jr.. Cyn-ISg""^. H«n«« L. PrOSCCUtlOll
chad R. Conroy. thia H. Johnson, David E. John- |$c!Sh* Karen L. Reilly, Mark V.
Patrick A. Consalvo, Russell son. Janice R Johnson, Jonathon fe^'l'lcicr* J.Ian R®‘^cs*LBJonnic Wanfnrl Iii
R. Conte, Paulette Conway, Lynn j. Johnson, Kenneth P. Johnson, J ,Rhoda*.^ IXborah A. Rhodes.^ tr ctlllLll 111
Terrence L. Johnson, Donald E. “ ^
Johnston, Gerald IL Johnston,
Regis J. Johnston, Jennifer C.
Jones, Kathleen N. Jonas, Robert J. Jones, Timothy R. Jones.
T. Cooney, Debra A. Corbe, Jack R. Cor!, 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. Crain, Scott K. Cramer, Elsie S. Creek, Allen T. ( list, Mark G. Criste, Phillip J. Cronmiller.
Robert E. Crook, Robert E. Crossman, William F. Crowley,
Kandace J. Kane, Richard C. Karakantas, GJorianna R. Kart, Ardie L. Harp, Steven J. Hatcher, Gerald C. Kauffman, William R. Kauffman, Kenneth E. Kaylor, William R. Keim, Cheryl
Debra J. Crum, John C. Crum,
FJcanor L. Cruse, Cynthia R. I Keith, Kathie L. Kelley, Randy Crust, Guyla A. Cump, Patricia Kelley.
A. Cunningham, Brian R. Guppies,
Ross L. Curty.
Donna K. Rhodes. Gayle D., - . ,
Rhodes, James D. Rhodes. Jean! I I OI MI I ll
A. Rhodes. .Stephen ll. Rhodes. /MIilcu lr
William W. Rhodes, Ralph E.
Rhule, John C. Riccio. Wayne L.
Rice, Thomas G. Richardson, 0Q .
James E. Rickabaugh, William enned robbery of
After a police investigation into
W. Rickard, Jr,
Bernard P. Rieger, Elaine M.
Mr. Gas Service Station, Eighth Avenue and Seventh Street, com
Riley, Joseph L. Rispoli, J od K. pany officials told city police they Ritter, Roxanne Roccio, Gloria . . I
Rose Leto, 2015 5th Ave,
have not yet been arraigned on eleven operating rooms nnd the
recovery suite. This would re
Ronald Reagan was rated at 20-1 to capture the GOP presidential nomination.
Snyder, in a telephone interview, said he does not expect Reagan to run for the preei*
Mac M. Rupert, 717 5th St. I * of violation of jUrpol!u*Ljace lJlft gix 0pera(|nK rooms dency and instead to support
M. Genevieve Farabaugh, 2014 l'on standards filed against them which are considered to he in- Agnew.
7th Ave. jby Ralph J. Scanlan, represent- adequate for the number of sur-
Dorothvl. Dale, 1926 lith Ave. ative of the Pennsylvania De- ?icaI procedures now being per-Anna C. Hite, 5-3 8th Ave., partment of Environmental Re- formed
Barbara Wcicenburg, 1337 16th St.
John A. Wharton, Box 224, Tyrone RD 2.
Falsie Peck, Blairs Mills.
Fred D. Pincher, 709 Carl Ave. Walter E, Riley, Cresson.
Justice Kilcoyne said the delay is because James English, attorney for the defendants, has not yet received from the State a requested copy of the act under which his clients were cited.
A summons was mailed to the
John H. AUonbaugh, Alexan- corporation and its president on Caroline ^ May 12 by Justice Kilcoyne. He
Calabrese, 1526 3rd previously said arrangements must be made for a bearing
The third floor would contain mechanical equipment while the fourth would provide new laboratory and physical medicine facilities.
The labor and delivery suite, newborn nurseries and a 29-bed post-partum unit would be on the fifth floor.
The sixth floor would contain
If Agnew gets the nomination, it will be a close race with any Democrat, said the oddsmaker.
PrvWrc wanted no further investigation Laura G. Householder, 418 7th;within IO davs of the mailing of an c*Kht-bed coronary care unit
KOOferS, . M * A... Tnnint.i wunin JU uu>s ut inc mailing oi . -loM-hed intimciv* ran
Joseuh R. Daloisio, Mary A. Dammann, Patricia A. Dam-mann, Vicki ll. I>ancha, Robert A. Daniels, Sherry J. Hat res, Bonnie K. David, Joseph Davis, Patricia E. Daws, Robert C, Davis, Diane D. Destrier, Paul R. DeAngelis, Michael A. Decker, Anthony J. Deely, Barbara L. DeHaas.
Mary E. DeHaas, Susan R. De-
Rose M. Kelley, Sheila m. i\ci- **»*»». .- _■ . , 177* -run
ley. Barry L. Kennedy, Beverly Jo Aim Ross, Buff L. Rouzer,I niJh t r,!L
A. Kennedy, Elaine L. Kennedy, Robert A. Kessling, David J. Kips, Bonnie L. Kimberling. Scott J. King, David L. Kipp, 'I homas A Kiser, Rohm N. Klausman.
Cindy A. Kline, Joyce L. Kling, James E. Klobetanz, Cindy L. Knott, Stephen J. Koeck, Frederick A. Kohler, Robert C. Krater, Debra A. Krise, Clare M. Kristof-co, Deborah A. Krohne, Lauryl A. Kulp, Kenneth L. Kumpf.
Lancey, Anthony J. DeLecce,
Mary Jo DeLeo; Deborah A. I Diana M. Labriola, Lynn R D’Elia, David C. Delozier, Donald Lafferty, Mary A. Lamont, Robert W. Schmitt, Robert W. Schmitt. C. Delozier, JoAnn Delozier, Sue A. Lamont, Randy M. Lang, Del>|_ Rosemarie M. Schmitt, Sharon
Robert iii. Rou/'er Kathv L. Rud- Aer investigation in the holdup. £lI!CpJ*f£lES!L?!! ‘r\\ vWltlons has not been set* asill. Mary A. Ruffner, Joseph I). Restitution in the amount of Paul E. Dzwonkowski. 510 57th
Ruggiero, William F. Rupp, Don na J. Russell, Randall S. Rutherford, Vicki L. Rutter, Joan KL Ryan, Marian R. Ryan.
Alexander J, Sagaitics, Mark A. Salisbury, Shelby J. Saussol, Michael R, Savine, William E. Saxton, Roger B. Saylor, Diana L. Schadenfroh, ’Jhomas E. Schaeffer, Stanley M. Schell hammer. John M. Schmidhammer, David
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. Donaldson, Frederick S. Donley, Linda I . Donoughe, Colleen J. Doran, Robert M. Dougal, Shirlyn J. Drenning, John S. Drexler, Tim-belee J. Duff, Cathleen A. Dutfee,
orah G. Lardier!, Deborah KLIE- Schneier, Tina J. Seasoltz, Lee, John A. Leighty, Deborah Janet L. seedenburg, George W. A. Lenhart, Kathleen L. Lenhart, Seidel, James M Seidel, Jeffrey Kathy A. Leonard, Charyl L. A. Seilhamer, David R. Sell,
Joseph D. Lilly, James R. Lambert, Barry S. Lindsay, James Lingafelt, Sandra K. Lingenfelter, Scott Lingenfelter, Nancy J. Lip-pincott, Kyle R. Little, l.ee A. Lloyd, Kenneth L. I ockard, Jr., Michael B. Lockard, Craig S.
Henry Dunnenberger IIF, Barbara Long
J. Durbin, Matthew C. Durbin,1 Wendy S. Long, Mark S. Longo,
Kathie I,. Duria. Becky D. Loomis, Michael F.
P I Loomis, Beth A. Loucks, Gary H.
n Louder, Patrick A. Love, Mark D.
G retchen D. Hard ley, David Hi Lowery, Toni L. Lowey, Rob«'rt
Ebersole, Thomas I. Ebersole, p, Lunger, Janice Roxann F. Ecker, Betsy G. Edel-blute, Frank J. Eder, Robert J.
ILdgar, Sabrina K. ILdmiston, Cynthia L. Egan, David G. Ehgart-ncr, Linda L. Ehredt.
Renee D. Sell, Robert R. Settle myer, Dennis L. Settle, Linda K. Shaffer.
Rebecca J. Shaffer, David D. Shannon, Hewitt B. Shaw, Jr., Nancy J. Shaw, Howard C. Shaw-ley, Randall A. Sheetz, Stanton R.
Sheetz, William P. Shellenbergcr, Mark E. Shepard, David H Shields, Susan R. Shields, Thomas E. Shindel T imothy O. Shoenfelt, Hazel I
$152.97 is to be made to the com- St pany by an individual not named Denise Seiner, Box 18, Tyrone by police. RD 3.
Gary W. Himes, 18. of Duncans- Robert Ville RD 2 was held up at gun- burg.
point and $200 was stolen from the unlocked safe of the company at 11:08 p.m. May 29.
It was (he fifth armed robbery In Blair County in the past five months. Suspects have been arrested by state and city police in connection with the other four. The Mr. Gas Service Station robbery was cleared through investigation by city detectives of die criminal investigation division.
City and state police previously arrested suspects in connection with the armed robberies of die Sheetz Kwik Shopper, 201 E. 6th Ave., on Feb. 12, the A&P Market at Sixth Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street on March 3, the Skat Service Station along Route 22, near Duncansville, on May 20, and the .Sheetz Kwik Shopper at Lloyd Street and Sixth Avenue on May 2.
L. Grafton, Philips County Schools M, Get $3.8 Million
1st Ave. 1 • 1 •
James S. Norris, 2406 4th Ave. Til Sn licirl i/*c George L. Tubo, Ramey.
Genevieve M. Sanker, Gallit-
Z1r%.. on* o a a Mirror Harrisburg Bureau
Gus Trinkley, 324 2nd Ave. .DDiemmr .... ... .
Betty L. Hornbcrger, 324 2nd HARRISBURG — The State Ave. Department of Education said to-
John M. Hughes, Gallitzin.
two eight-bed intensive care
was filed bjr|“"!‘’ “„18 bed ',Prol!r's-
___*k. sive care unit.
The top floor of the building would have a 48-bed medical-surgical suite.
Phase ll provides for the construction of a two-story building in the area between A building and the Phase I construction. The basement would remain unexcavated, but the first floor would have a new lobby and facilities for central stores, housekeeping and pharmacy. The second level would tie into and ex pand the administrative offices of the first floor of the Phase I building.
The basement, ground and
day that $3,806,373 has been paid r casement, grot
Eliza V, Hoffner, 404 9th Ave., to Blair Countv srhoo, districts f,rst'floor 1!velsJ w0^,d remairl
Juniata. county stood districts unexcavated under the proposed
Harry B. Mohler, 1923 Hudson as tbe‘r sbare fourth-quarter Phase III construction in the
Ave. ’ subsidy payments for 1972 -73, area northwest of Phase If. At
Pauline Lucas, 2207 Adams statewide totaling $310 million. ^ie floor level there
Ave., Tyrone, I -ru. a u would be an employes entrance,
P^S Bo22 raV* “ reimbursable Teacher ^ mamtenance shop and personnel
cansvHle rd^T’ ’ suPPIemental payments on ac-
Wiiiiam t naHap Tr a,fl count of jointure membership or
TWA Av? union or merRe<1 districts, exten-
MraiVfIn w 15 _ sion education and special educa-
Mehin E. Jensen, 5800 Boyce an£j js as f0n0ws for Blair
He figures it a "tossup bet."
Sen. Charles Percy, R-lll., ha* been posted at 8-1 to get the nomination.
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 announced today by Richard Fur-manchik, director of the Blair County Redevelopment Authority.
The hearing, at which citizens will have a chance to comment on plans 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 because there must be IO days between the appearance of the last advertisement for the public hearing and tile hearing. The last public notice was scheduled to appear Monday, but was delayed a day.
The authority must advertise for three consecutive weeks that there will be a hearing.
The authority is sponsoring another public hearing for the Williamsburg diasaster redevelopment project. TTiat hearing will lie at 8 p.m. Friday in the Williamsburg High School.
County school districts:
it, Hazel x*. TT»« •
Shoup, Kicky A. Showalter, Bren- I IVC IlCCClVC
da A. Shrom, Linda L. Shultz,
M. Luther, Nancy A, Sickinger, Jane E. ITpcriVM's: From
Patricia L. Luther, Mark 1). Simpson, Wayne K. Simpson, o Lynn, Mary M. I ysinger. Deborah L. Sinisi, Linda L. Sipes, i-v tt
Walter A. Siry. Polly Jo Sisto, DllClUCSllC U. Stephen L. Skagcrberg, Michael
Hearing Held In Assault Case
Scott R. Ehredt, Kicky A Eichelberger, Vickie L. Eichel-berger, Louise A. Etcher, Patricia J. Elvey, Susan B. Epple, William C. Ermin, Lynn M. Emdl, Mark H. Ernest, William D. Esper, William D. Evans.
Nora L. Falk, Elaine C. Fall-man, Joseph M. Fanella, Joseph J. Fanelli, David A. Farabaugh, Donald W. Farber, Karen M. Farber, Michael J. Faretta Jr., .Sandra K. Farrell, Dennis E. J'asekas, Mary C. Fellabaum, Cha des R. Fields, Lauren J. Fi-gart, Mary A. Fillman, Steven N. Finochio, Victor P. Fiochetta, Maureen Fitzgerald, Cathy M. Flanagan, Colin H. Fleck, Leslie C. Fleming, William J. Flick, Mary S. Fochler, John S. Folk, David E. Foor, George L. Foose,
Lawrence J. McAleer, Cynthia A. McCarthy, John R. McClellan, Nancy L. McClelland, Anita L. McConahy, Diane R. MoConahy, Elizabeth J. McConnell, Mary E. McConnell, Michael E. McConnell, Allen J. McCormack, Robert A. McCoy, Robin L. McCracken, Eugene C. McCready, Robert L. McC ready.
Jennifer Jo McCullough, Diana M. McCurdy, James F. McDermitt, Jr., Kimberly A. McDermott, Karen L. McDowell, Linda S. McDowell, Jeffrey L. McGinnis, Michael J. McGraw, Susan
A. Skelley, Richard C. Slutzker, Rase M. Slywczuk, Craig L. Smith, David A. Smith, Denise J. Smith, Elizabeth J. Smith, Grady L. Smith, Janis M. Smith, Julia D. Smith, Keith F. Smith.
Leanna C. Smith, Linda L. .Smith, Paula S. Smith, Petrina T. Smith, Richard L. Smith, Cathy A. Snowbercer, Sandra H. Snyder, Gary P. Sollenberger, Patricia A. Sollenberger, John R. Sopata, Jane G. Spence, Karen L. Sponsor.
Five students from Blair County-four from Altoona and one from Tyrone—were among 1,049 who received baccalaureate degrees from Duquesne University at Pittsburgh on May 6.
Those from Altoona are: Catherine J. Tremel of 315 E. 23rd Ave., a B.A. degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Elia R. Ofiesh of 2629 Broad
The third floor would be mechanical, and would tie into the mechanical section of Phase I building and the E-wing.
The fourth floor would have
Merry R. Ritchey, East Free- !W“?’ a new radiology department,
dom RD 2. ^ Altoona Area School District, ambulatory patient care and
$1,654,871: Bellvvood-Antis School!special professional services.
Discharged District, $-91,409; Clavsburg-Kim- The fifth and sixth floors
Jerry Beacom, 1710 6th Ave. [Pp' School District, $235,017; Hoi- would each have a 48-bed med- 1V . ..
Michael Boyles, 1109 4th Ave,ilidaysburjj Area School District,Iicnl-surgic&l unit while the sev- , s . * justice Domenic A. I imrtiy ( hambcrs, Box 262, Ty- $584,9o5t Spring C ove School Dis- enth floor would have a 43-bed ^^ • . rooming reserved
roue RD*2. trict, $392,131; Tyrone Area pediatric unit. Finally the eight . decls,°a in a case involving
Ramona Champcno, 606 18th School District, $524,034, and Wit- floor would have another 48- bed ^ante, 23, of 1909 10th
St. Harrisburg Community School Dis- mMical sisical unit I St- bern,, held on * charge of
Samuel Davidson, Bedford. tnct» $123,955. The uitinVate result of this aggravated assault and battery.
Diane Finnegan and infant, Int- building Drogram would be a aP9? ’s alleged to have fired a
,22-cahber rifle at Glenn A. Bocher, 13, of 836 18th Ave., in the 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,
Justice Caminiti is to review the testimony with District At
Julia Frizzell, 1314 9th St.
Sylvia Hartman, 2729 Jefferson St.
Delores Hillard, 111 8th Ave., Juniata.
Esther Jackson, 309 Wayne St., Hollidaysburg.
Timothy Kling, 1926 W. Chestnut Ave.
Mary Maurer, Box 474, RD 4
r.uv/-. building program would be a
EVANGELISTIC UNIT 426-bed hospital, excluding the The Altoona Chapter, Railroad mental unit beds.
Evangelistic Association, will hold “W® are proposing,” the its monthly meeting June 9 at 7 Rourlce study said, "that the Al
p.m. at tile 12th Ward Civic Building near the Three Culverts.
There will be slides of the Holy Land shown by Virginia McCoy,
and special music will be per
sona Hospital take the leadership in providing a coordinated health care delivery system to the residents of Blair County and adjacent counties. This means providing higher quality
Florence McCartney, Box 74,1 Pastor Ben Sidney.
formed by FIvelyn Hoopes and medical care at a lower cost to
Ave., a B.S. degree in business ;i Sandra L. Springer, Susan A. administration. Allan Mauk Pittsburgh
Stapsy, Gary E. Steberger, John Anthony J. Delco of 703 5th Andrew Parrish (><£««
M. McGraw, Robert S. McGregor, E. Steele. Kimberly F. Steele, I Ave., a B.S. in pharmacy. Andrew I arrah, Cresson.
torney Amos Davis.
Vance was released on $500 bond.
Pauline F. McGuire, Holly C. Mc-Intire, Karen A. McManamy, Gloyd FL McMaster, Ronald E. McMasters, Pamela Jo McMullen, John M. McVey.
!>>nna L. Magistro, Jeannie M. Maher, Robert Maters. Bonita J. Makdad, Scott L. Makin, Ll-
Melanie M. Stoll, Fid wa rd P. Stephens, James I. Stephens, .loan M. Stevens, Angelo M. Stevenson, .Suzanne Stevenson, Nancy L. Stevrr, Richard D. Stine, Mark A. Stiteler, Kinibal A. Stiver.
. _ _. , , , ^ , Myrtle Powell, Green Avenue
Ann I . Piolmeier of JIO E. Tower.
Fairview Ave., a B.A. degree in Brenda Ritchey, Woodbury, liberal arts and sciences. Elvin Shade, 125 E. 1st St.,
I he Tyrone student is Susanne Williamsburg.
a greater number of people than ——- lean now be achieved by the ex- HIGH SPAN
PERFORMS -DAHNE- beleve'toe^m^to^commei^e H[GH BRIDGE, Ky. (UPI) _
SPOLETO, Italy (UPI) - A ihis nlanninc i?Lw." I he highest, bridge to span a
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IL Gillnm of 861 Washington A\o,, a B.S. degree in nursing. Commencement exerci s es
Linda L. Stiver, Vincent 1.1 were held in the Civic Arena.
Infant Shumae, 1716 6th Ave. Carol Jo Sicheneder, 820 1st Ave.
Wanda Walls, 406 Main St.,
new production of “La Dafne, a baroque period opera written in 1608 by the Florentine composer Marco da GagUano for
navigable inland stream in th#
Turkey vultures are valuable United States is named High
scavengers in some parts of the Bridge and perches 308 feet
United States. Game officials say above the Kentucky River in
the Court of Mantua will re-ithe bactena of animal diseases north-central Kentucky River in
reeive its world premiere this such as hog cholera and anthrax north - central Kentucky. Th#
Summer at Spoleto’s Festival of are destroyed by passing through Two Worlds. the turkey vulture’* system.
cantilevered railroad bridge was built from 1873-76.