Altoona Mirror in Altoona, Pennsylvania
17 Mar 1990

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17 Mar 1990

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Altoona, Pennsylvania Altoona Mirror saturday March 17,1990 Page a5 local armed forces Day Queen contest set members of the armed forces Day committee Are seeking contestants to participate in the miss armed forces Day Queen contest. Five women have already been selected to participate in the contest being held As a fund Raiser to help defray expenses for the Parade on May 19. Contestants Are being sponsored by local Veteran organizations and any fraternal clubs that May wish to enter a contestant or sponsor one. The Queen and her court will be guests at the armed forces Day dinner and will join in the Parade festivities. Contestants selected to Date Are a Dana Lyn Luke of 330 e. 22nd ave., daughter of Kenneth and Diane Luke or. Is. Luke attends Altoona area High school. Her sponsor is the naval Reserve Center. A Theresa m. Vargo 18, of 2500 3rd ave., is being sponsored by the Central Pennsylvania chapter of the naval enlisted Reserve association an organization headed by her father John m. Is. Vargo is a radiological technician student at mercy Hospital. She is a 1989 graduate of Bishop Guilfoyle High school. A Diane Irvin 22, of 1203 s. 27th St., daughter of Ralph and Madaline Irvin is being sponsored by the a amp a Iaia Post 827, american legion. She is assistant manager of the Hollidaysburg Sandwich Saloon. Is. Irvin is a 1986 graduate of Altoona area High school. A Tara ii. Mcclain daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Mcclain is being sponsored by the . Air Force mothers flight 41 of Altoona. She is a Junior at Bishop Guilfoyle High school where she is varsity cheerleader and vice president of student Council. A Gloria David 19, daughter of or. And mrs. Robert David of Juniata is being sponsored by the Bernard a. Good vow Post Juniata. She is a chemistry major at the Altoona Campus of Penn state University. Is. David is a 1988 graduate of Altoona area High school. Any organization wishing to sponsor a contestant 16 to 25 years of age should Contact co chairmen Daniel Fanelli at 943-4863 or James Settlemeyer at 943-5747. Accidents Altoona a 14th St. And 20th ave. At 8 21 arn., Friday. Police said Kathy Ann Dodson 36, was stopped on 14th Street to let her daughter Diane r. Dodson 14, out of the 1978 Ford Fairmont she was driving. Is. Dodson said she put the vehicle in Park when her daughter got out of the car. Her daughter turned around and leaned Back into the car to get her books. Is. Dodson took her foot off the Brake pedal and the car rolled Forward several inches and Over her daughters toes. Is. Dodson took her daughter to mercy Hospital for x rays which showed no broken Bones. A 9th St. And 27th ave. At 10 58 . Friday. Police said Jeffry Yohn 21, of iou 23rd St. Was driving his 1985 Renault West on 27th ave. As births March 16,1990 baby Bradford a daughter bom to Joseph and Bonnie Smith Bradford of Box 335, Claysburg at Altoona Hospital at 10 22 . Baby Muldoon a son bom to Michael and Charlotte Criste Muldoon of Box 683, Lilly re i at Altoona Hospital at 10 22 . Babies Mccall twin daughters bom to Randy and Robin Montgom Ery Mccall of Box 668, Spangler at Altoona Hospital at 5 22 and 5 37 . News. He crossed 9th St., he collided with a 1982 Ford escort driven by Terrence Michael corf of 734 Colgate Lane. Yohn told police he was unfamiliar with the intersection. He was cited for failing to yield the right of Way. Both vehicles were moderately damaged. Philipsburg state police a state route 3032 2.5 Miles West of route 220 in Huston township 2 30 . Wednesday. Police say Mark Hall 16, of Julian was driving his 1981 Buick Skylark West on route 3032 when it dropped off the North berm. When Hall tried to get Back on the Road he lost control Slid in a clockwise direction and rolled the car Over. He was thrown from the car and landed about 20 feet away. Hall was taken to Center Community Hospital state College for treatment of abrasions and internal injuries. Police reports Altoona arrests a Michael a. Croft of 820 5th Avenue was arrested at Altoona pipe amp steel co., and charged with a firearms violation. Hollidaysburg state police theft motor vehicle a adjacent to or 2001, North Woodbury township Blair county Friday. A thief stole a 1988 Blue Ford Mustang it belonging to Donald e. Miller James Creek re i from Millers residence. Tyrone criminal mischief Borough police say they received seven different complaints of unidentified individuals breaking windshields and Side windows on vehicles in the boroughs East end. Early damage estimates Range from $190 to $300. The vehicles were parked at 1411 Blair ave., Hio Washington ave., 1504 Columbia ave., 632 w. 16th St., 416 w. 16th St., 507 w. 16th St., and 523 w. 15th St. Appearing today by Pearle a a pro is Logan Valley mall Michail a Sciss or. Michael Horton from a a Days of our lives Quot la .-3 . A a my family finally got a doctor Quot proclaims Michael t. Weiss who portrays Young a Cdr. Horton Quot on the hit daytime series a Days of our Michael hails from the suburbs of the a Windy City Chicago. A acting was my calling Quot reflects Michael. Quot its All i Ever wanted to while in Chicago he studied with the a second City improve group performed in their childrens show and did various commercials and Industrial films in the Chicago area. Upon graduation from High school Weiss was drawn to Hollywood via the drama school at the University of Southern California. There he performed classics ranging from Shakespeare to Shephard while pursuing a professional acting career. His repertory Stock and equity waiver productions include hair grease taming of the shrew look Back in anger Bluebird keep tightly closed in a Cool dry place and Sweet Bird of youth to name a few. Michael also doubles As producer and director of spontaneous combustion an improvisational troupe whose work can be seen on the Disney Channel s series a coming after that Weiss hosted the provocative Playboy Channel in Black tie. He jokes a i went from bugs Bunny to the Playboy while not performing on stage or screen Michael a serious fitness enthusiast spends his time pumping Iron at Gold s gym or teaching fitness classes. He s also supported himself As a private fitness Trainer working with such stars As Pierce Brosnan James Brolin and Anthony Edwards. A it was great -1 never waited Michael is very proud of his new production company spontaneous combustion a started by him and some actor buddies. Together they wrote a new exciting comedy play entitled a a Brush with Fate soon to be produced for the los Angeles stage. Michael can be seen jogging the Venice Boardwalk while Reading the pocket version of Shakespeare greats or learning his lines from a Days. Hospitals Altoona admitted Friday Albert w. Adler 1912 Logan ave. Rev. Bruce r. Bardine sr., 1201 21st ave. Mary w. Bowers Box 503, re 5. Bonnie s. Bradford Claysburg. Donna m. Brothers Westover. Walter a. Burkey Patton. Merle e. Christine Tyrone. David a. Hatton sr., Box 704, re i. Robin a. Mccall Spangler. Charlotte m. Muldoon Lilly re i. Ralph w. Ray jr., roaring Spring. Judy Thayer 115 26th ave. Linda l. Uliano 1107 5th ave. Helen Wilk Gallitzin re i. Patricia m. Yohn 1113 4th ave., Juniata. Discharged Friday Adam j. Adamiak 2301 13th ave. Paul e. Boor 2621 Union ave. Scott a. Bowers 2831 6th ave. Stephen m. Calomino 644 App Leview Lane. Duncansville. Vicki l. Clark. 1205 16th ave. Theresa m. Code 807 4th ave., Lakemont. Ralph a. Destefano sr., Blair Tower. Jill n. Eaken Box 121, Hollidaysburg re i. Phillip g. Ellingsworth jr., 1005 e. Walton ave. Wayne Emeigh roaring Spring. Raymond e. Ferguson 509 5th ave. Marcella Kells 6 Woodland Terrace Duncansville. Virginia l. Laws 225 e. Walnut ave. Coney j. Logan 2427 7th ave. Sara j. Robertson 331 22nd ave., Apt 5. Lois m. Smith Patton. Cory l. Taylor Tryon re 2. Mercy admitted Friday James e. Bender Box 167, Hollidaysburg rid. Elaine Frye 600 15th St., e. Juniata. Frank w. Knott Box 590, re 4. Kathy r. Wilt Gallitzin. Discharged Friday Dorothy b. Tate to Brush Mead Hollidaysburg. Eleanor m. Ergler Box 623, no. 45. Brenda m. Servello 2107 17th St Gerlad a Oswalt Box 408, re 3. Sondra j. Carman 819 4th ave., Juniata. Lorraine b. Minnigh 5523 4th ave. Sherrie j. Anspach. 520 6th ave., Juniata. Mary a. Buck Hastings. Duane j. Eichenlaub Box 545, re 5. Gretchen d. Perrin Saxton. Nason discharged Friday Arthur Harker Hollidaysburg. Ralph w. Ray roaring Spring. Robin Stem Martinsburg. Edith Stonerook Martinsburg. . Blair admitted Friday Marie e. Stapleton Shirleysburg re i. Cynthia d. Kreider Shirleysburg. Ray gues Alexandria re i. Discharged Friday Chad Atherton mount Union. Blair Bollinger Williamsburg. Mary Ann Doss Tyrone. Brandi Hocker mount Union. Thelma Miller Huntingdon. Jean Montz Huntingdon William Traxlor mount Union. Bedford discharged Friday Ralph Miller new Paris. Eileen Bush Everett Irene May. Everett. A amp a Block wants to save you Money. We dig for every deduction and credit to which you Are entitled. Well find you the biggest tax refund you have coming. Put us to work for you. A amp a Block americans tax team Park Hills Plaza open 9 -9 weekdays. 9 5 saturday amp 10-3 Sun. Phone 943-5241 Mastercard. Visa and discover accepted at most area locations also in Lam during regular store hours other area locations Tyrone Bedford roaring Spring 1260 Penn ave pm. 684-5145 Clark building pm 623-1405 243 it 36 South pm .224 4029 Cambria county. The Altoona Mirror has you covered computer factory outlet i 800 526-7036 Call toll free a a Only Low Catalon prices ism Apple and Lasser macintosh Commodore Pandya computers inc. Mail order division Ebensburg a 15931 lines open . 9a m. To s pm jut Choice a country a contemporary a and traditional mfg. Suggest list.$799 sale.649 less trade.-100 your cost.549 to up i Jar a i sofa toddy Little it in tor a one it f Tore it a the intersection of Plank Road and Logan blvd. Route 36 and 220 944-7105 use fiores convenient revolving charge glasses in one hour superstore a Pearle express superstore is now open in a convenient new location. So now you can get an Eye exam from an Independent doctor of optometry next door to Pearle a selection of thousands of frames and Quality glasses even bifocals and Trifocal in one hour. And no extra Rush charges super offer buy one rut. Get one Bree. I free glasses i buy a Complete pair of glasses at regular Price and get a second pair same prescription free from our specially tagged collection. Offer includes most single vision and bifocal prescriptions. Some Lens restrictions apply. Valid through april 30, 1990, at participating Pearle locations. Minimum first pair Purchase $75. Progressives tints and coatings available at additional charge on second pair. Complete glasses include frames and lenses. Coupon must be presented at time of order. No other discounts apply. Get your free glasses at a Pearle express Jna free glasses buy a Complete pair of glasses at regular Price and get a second pair same prescription free from our specially tagged collection. Offer includes most single vision and bifocal prescriptions. Some Lens restrictions apply. Valid through april 30,1990, it participating Pearle locations. Minimum first Par ask. S75. Progressives tints and coatings available at additional charge on second pair. Complete glasses include lenses. Coupon must tie presented at time of order. No other discounts apply. Get your free glasses at i Pearle express Jna it a amp pm glasses in one hour glasses in one hour even bifocals and tri vocals Altoona Logan Valley mall 944-7149 or. Keith umbel . 946-1809 on March 17, 1990 come in and meet Michael Weiss or. Michael Horton from Quot Days of our lives Quot a from 11 00 . To 3 00 . On March 17, 1990 come in and meet Steve Willett and Debbie Hoy from Waly from 12 00 . To 3 00 . Come in and Register to win one of the following no Purchase necessary i St prize Samsung 19&Quot color portable Remote control on screen programming color to. 2nd prize Amana microwave oven 3rd prize Sony am pm cassette tape player 5 50.00 gift certificates a in most cases offer also valid at participating Pearle vision Center locations. 1990 Pearle. Inc

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