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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 2011, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
A Ling Iii a in sports a Job open see Page 8 the Best in local news amp sports vol 145 Llu i fran. Pitt 1,2011 5icmislooking Back Tyrone history museum opens current displays feature this town for hire and 1936 St. Patricks Day flood by Amanda Golden editor the Tyrone history museum will reopen sunday after having been closed for the Winter months. The museum will hold regular hours on sundays and wednesdays from 1 to 4 . The current exhibit features a unique look into the past. Forty years ago this month Over 1,000 Tyrone residents crowded onto Pennsylvania Avenue to announce Quot this town for hire Quot. A professional photographer from new Jersey was set up High above the Street to photograph the crowd of would be employees some toting signs asking for support should an Industry be interested in establishing a Plant locally. It s estimated Over 200 photos were snapped As the crowd posed in 34 degree weather. The photograph was for a full Page advertisement in the Wall Street journal showcasing the Industrial potential and the assets of the Tyrone Community. It All began in december 1970 when the West Vaco corp. Announced a Job and production cutback. Shortly afterwards the mayor at that time James w. Hoover was contacted by representatives from pen elec including the Public relations director. Hoover was also contacted by Joseph Dietz a new York advertising agent. The men were looking to put together an advertisement using a photograph portraying the available work Force in the area while hoping to attract new Industry. On april 22, 1971, despite the Chilly weather area residents flooded into the Street to eagerly share their Story with the rest of the world. The picture was published by pen elec at a Cost of $14,000, in a full Page advertisement in the Wall Street journal on May 14, 1971, under the caption Quot this town for hire Quot. Once the advertisement appeared word began to spread about Tyrone s Effort to shake off a heavy economic blow. Hundreds of newspapers radio and television stations found the continued on Page 2 spotlight on Cinderella Heather Haien by Amanda Golden editor editor s note this is the fifth in a series of articles that will he printed in the daily Herald spotlighting the students who will portray the main characters in Tyrone s upcoming production of Cinderella everyone knows the Story of Cinderella the poor girl we was taken advantage of by or evil Stepmother and constantly taunted by her Equall evil stepsisters but who eventually found love with Prince charming with a Little help from her fairy godmother. While there Are thousands of versions of the classic fairy tale throughout the world including the Ever popular Disney rendition the title character is always a Young woman living in unfortunate circumstances that Are suddenly changed to remarkable Fortune. Now the Story is coming to the Tyrone area High school stage and Junior Heather Haien will portray Cinderella s step sister Joy in the upcoming production. With a flare for dramatics and an Active imagination some might say Heather was born for the stage. While Only participating in tags musicals she s done it in a big Way receiving a nomination for an Isaac award for her portrayal of commander Beth Harbison in South Pacific. "1 did t win Quot said Heather Quot but it was Cool to be nominated Quot she also participating in the school s Spring cabaret last year. Heather s future plans Are not set in Stone but she s thinking of becoming a teacher. When asked about her experience with this year s production. Heather said "1 love the people. Mrs. Volpe continued on Page 2 inside today classified. Comics. Community crossword. Crypt Quarte. .13 honcopes.14 .12 hints from heloise.10 .6 obituaries.3 .14 senior Page.15 .14 sports.7-8-9patty, Harris or. Brand manager vice president of a amp to Bank presents a $1000 donation to St. Matthew school principal Melissa left is school and Parish priest father Jozef Kovacik fourth grader Sarah Zakrzwski third grader Tanner Beyer Mcmullen and Harris. The daily Herald Amanda Golden Tyrone gymnast places first in state Competition by Megan Molnar staff writer one Young athlete from Tyrone is soaring to the top of the score card even in a Short time of competing. Cate Baran has won countless numbers of medals trophies and honors including placing first All around in the state level 4 championship for gymnastics. At nine years old the daughter of Tyrone residents Pete and to Lynn Baran has excelled in the sport after Only two years of involvement. Cate decided she wanted to give gymnastics a try after taking Aero at her dance classes through dance fusion. She enjoyed the Small taste of gymnastics so much she had her parents sign her up for gemini gymnastics in Altoona. Since then Cate has mastered. W Cate Baran stands with some of her gymnastic awards the daily Herald Megan Molnar Many techniques including vaults uneven bars balance beams and floor exercises. Practising three Days a week for two and half to three hours a Day Cate is More than dedicated to her sport. Cate and her family travel to several competitions All Over the state each season including Johnstown Waynesboro. State College and Williamsport. The level 4 state Cham continued on Page 2
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