Johnstown Tribune Democrat in Johnstown, Pennsylvania 13 Dec 2012
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Johnstown Tribune Democrat (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Freb estimate 814-693-0133 follow us on Facebook greater Johnstown since 1853 m looking for work 24 jobs advertised in today s Tribune Democrat local Council cuts ties redevelopment authority s contract to be terminated. A3 weather Bright Sunshine seasonably warm. High 40, Low 27. C6 lottery wednesday s Power Ball 8-10-25-36-44 Power Ball 28 More lottery numbers c6 inside Abby. Aio Donohue. Aio births. .c6 editorial. A8 Bridge. All Horoscope. Aio business. .a5 lottery. Chi classified. Cd movies. A9 comics. All sports. .b1 deaths. .c5 television. Aio for convenient Home delivery Call 532-5000 or 866 307-0905. Good morning Theodore Galuschik thank you for subscribing to the Tribune Democrat. Any size a White Vinyl double Hung ask for details a a simply the beet for less Quot Moxom sports living mountaineers Start Strong enchanted workshop children s Holiday show presented at Windber Altoona Heaters. A9 Security heightened i robbery attempt follows break in fatal fall % up Campus cautious after recent incidents defense firms get contracts deals should keep work forces Busy by David Hurst two local defense firms have been awarded a total of $23.5 million in contracts they say w ill keep their local workforces Busy through next year. And a third concurrent technologies corp., is one of 14 contractors across the Globe picked to exclusively bid for up to $49 million in wok supporting a naval surface warfare Center division Over the next three years. Kongsberg Protech systems Usa Etc and its subsidiary Enterprise ventures corp., said the new work will sustain jobs for hundreds of local workers combined with the fledgling Enterprise ventures company expecting several More jobs will Likely be added to its 15-employee workforce. At $18.3 million its enterprises largest contract yet president David a. Schario said. Please see contracts a2 government work three local companies recently have received defense contracts or Are in line to receive them a Kongsberg Protech systems Usa $5.19 million from . Army. A enterprises ventures corp., $18.3 million from naval surface warfare Center. A concurrent technologies corp., one of 14 companies picked to bid on up to $49 million in work from naval surface warfare Center. Memories of mom Quot this Beautiful Advent Wreath was made by my mom Kathryn Russell Quot wrote Carol Adams of Johnstown. Quot she made Many Beautiful Ceramic gifts for family and friends. Between ceramics and her love of music she touched Many throughout the month of december the Tribune Democrat will be running photos and stories of favorite decorations As submitted by our readers. The decorations will be featured on our front Page. Those not published will appear on our website. To participate Send your photos and information to Arlene Johns at or mail to the Tribune Democrat . Box 340, Johnstown a 15907. Submitted photo after 65 years of marriage husband wife die hours apart by Arlene Johns Laverne and Robert Werner were both born in Meyersdale she in 1920 and he in 1921, and except for their Many travels spent their lives in the Borough. On times a Day after years of Robert marriage the Werner c0uple died Werner just 12 hours apart at Siemons Lakeview Manor estates. Their son Barry Werner also of Meyersdale said his father had suffered from alzheimer a disease. His Mother cared for him in four months ago when they we moved to the personal care Home where they shared a Roor a they did everything together a Barry Werner said. A they did no to always agree with each other but if one went the other was going to follow he said his Mother died first probably the result of Small mini strokes. A she was tired. She was ready to give please see marriage a2 Laverne Werner Berlin bounces Conemaugh township 55-6, in season opener for both teams. B1 Justin Dennis its been an unsettling finals week on the Pitt Johnstown Campus. This year it has Little to do with the exams. After the shooting injury of a 22-year-old student in an off Campus apartment break in on sunday a construction workers fatal fall on monday and an attempted robbery outside the whal Ley memorial Chapel on tuesday heightened caution and awareness and heightened Security is the end year mantra. Sundays shooting and the september shooting at the nearby Richland municipal building occurred off Campus but were within a half mile of the University. Tuesdays mugging attempt occurred in the Whalley memorial Chapel parking lot a highly please see up a2 Justin Dennis the Tribune Democrat the j. Irving Whalley memorial Chapel at the Pitt Johnstown Campus was the scene of an attempted robbery tuesday night. Making Christmas brighter for 6th year Santa fund provides gifts for children by Kelly Urban for Joe and Leslie Forsythe and the four grandchildren they Are raising the Santa fund is making their Holiday a Little brighter. A this is great and it helps us out a lot a said Joe Forsythe a Johnstown resident. A a it a hard these Days to make ends meet and its Nice to have a program like this to help the couples grandchildren were among 1,800 youngsters from families facing financial hardships who received Christmas gifts through the program. Now in its sixth year the Tri Bune democrats Santa fund provides toys for area children age 14 and younger. Joe Forsythe said it was the first time his family used the program and they appreciated what they received. A there Are a lot of people in the same boat As us and its great for the Community to have people come together and offer this to the kids a he said. Dozens of volunteers handed please see Santa a2 Todd Berkey the Tribune Democrat Sharon Knudsen of Johnstown smiles after receiving toys for her family from the Santa fund on wednesday above. At top Santa fund recipients line up at the girl scouts Western Pennsylvania office along Locust Street in downtown Johnstown
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