Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 7, 1980 · Page 37
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 37

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Alluona Mirror, Wednesday, May 7, 1980 1'agc 37 "^ Weis Fresh Gov't. Inspected Chickens Split Fryers >^^StJ*~-. 3**\jj£Vl *-* _ 1 • , «-^ . ff • * , • t , Split Fryers are younger, light-weight, meaty birds. Just right to broil, fry or barbecue! Canadian Boneless Perch Fillets.. SI 49 Fully Cooked Breaded Fish Cakes69fb Iconomical, Tasty Dressed Whitings .., h 69* Delicious...Mrs. Paul's Deviled Crabs p°u 1 Hot Ham Hansel & Grctel $1 59 Ib 1 Whole Milk Mozzarella Cheese . SpeclalThls Week! . * i!2 „ . _ Si Hansel & Gretcl Beef Bologna Freshly Made , Olive Salad ............. ,!1" Dutch Valley...1-lb Pkg t •« 9Q Meat Franks I Ball Park...Meat 1-lb Plig SI.59 or , , b fi . , Q BeefFranks ???...?.l 69 Tender, Tasty Store-Sliced _ _ BeefLiver . to . 89* Weis Quality...Cooked Salami or ]? 0; Minced Bologna ^. Pork Sausage $-1 49 Ib t^L. l or Sweet Weis Quality Quarter Pound Beef Steaks Chopra'« B Frozcn ioA Whole or Spears „ , Q Claussen Pickles T< 1 Save 26' to 40' on 80 Dixie Cups Less Jliau 7' Eachl For Lunch or Snack-; Little Debbie Save 78' on Mr. Coffee Filters Anniversary Sale! * Star Crunch * Swiss Roll * Devil Twins Tomato Buckeye Anniuersory Sale! . , Stlx ;or TliM Free Ivory Soap! Buy 3 Bars of Bath Size Ivory Soap... Get the 4th Bar Free...All 4 Bars 75' . . FACTQRER'S JtfiMS AREjQIseOUNTED EVERY PAV.JEVERV,WEEK, AT'••' i'feSv WEIS-MARKETS1-." '' : - : cns , , .. .„„,„„ ......... Candy Jells :»&'. .«. . tv,. ib " a ° Tide Detergent $64 49-oz Box (HERE'S JUST A SAMPLE) Save 15' Paperback Books $ 1 82 All $2.95 Paperback Books , S 2 76 Assorted Flavors Archway Cookies Weekly T.V. Guide Woman's Day or Family Circle 52*55' Swiss Rolls x Little Debbie K 84* W Nncho, Taco or Sour Cream Doritos Chips ...'£...94* X' WhiteSS. Del GTOSSO Pizza Sauce Njbisco Trlscuit Wafers 13-oz Box...SI.17 Hi-Dri... White or Colors JlJmtJ Paper Towels .°. 32 o Z cr Spaghetti Sauce Kounty Ws(... Whole Kernel ? o; ShoepegCorn ....... 7 cans 1 Coronet...White or Colors m||s Bathroom Tissue .. 8^1 Lima Beans .......... 3"" bsS l 00 MlnuteMald Orange .lulcc .......... 12-OZ...96' Applesauce 99* Weis Qualily 3-lb. 2-oz Jar WEIS tnarkeis Double Bonus on Manufacturer Coupons Double Coupon Savings S+45190* Manufacturers Coiipon ' from Weis Toliil Savings! Prices effective thru May 11, 1980 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES LOGAN VALLEY MALL West Plank Rd. lOptrt Mon. thru rrl...Sam-IOpm: Sal. 8om-9(im; CLOSED SUN) *601 PLEASANT VALLEY BLVD Optn fforvTiKs.ll'nJ * Sdt..*mn^>m.-lI»»J & rn..Sam-'"om: WVAM Transfer Due Next Month The owners al local radio the transfer takes place." stations WVAM and WVAM-FM say those two stations will The '>"'• apparently caused probably change hands some- ^ a (ault S' ballasl "> a ""ores. lime in June That estimate cenl fixture, did an esti- was made mated $225,000 damage and left Tuesday in the wake of lasi stalion P c "onnel to operaic in month's final approval from ihc makeshift Jashion. Until Tues- Now the station's news and FM operations are looking [or a temporary home away from the station's West Albert Drive grounds. Transmitters, which will allow the station to resume broadcasting al its original power, were installed Monday night. Dut due lo the technical prob- Federal Communications Com- Ila >'- mr)5 ' ot lhc operations mission (or the ownership of W[>rc S om B on from Irailers the stations to be transferred PMked ™ station grounds, from Blair County Broadcasters Inc. to Phyldel Communications Corp. In another, unrelated move, Ihe FCC has given Us approval lor Edward T. Oilier to take full control of Ins Gilcom Corp., the owner of local stations WBG, WFBG-FM ami WEIR, a station in Weirlun, W. Va. The WVAM transfer will be another month in the making, terns involved between the Blair County Broadcasters Vice transmitters and the tern- President Denny .I. Bixler said, porary quarters. Ihe FM anil because the owners waul lo news operations will he moved replace as much of the station lo avoid radio interference, Maas they can before selling it. A lion program manager Tom fire a month ago silenced ttie Riley said, two stations for a day and left them operating with borrowed equipment at iess power. "We haven't set a dale, but we're hoping for sometime in June," station manager and Phyldel part-owner Herbert V. Wolfe said of the transfer. "We The transmitters sent the AM station's power from the: 1,000 watts it had been using to n.OOO watts, while the FM power was increased from 20 wans (o 3,000 watii. IMonoHstMi Man To Face Trial The station huyers. based in ~to"havc"ino station more New York, began dealing lor or less completely rebuilt when Ihe station last year, after tlie FCC ordered Blair County Broadcasters to sell its station or face a hearing on alleged improprieties in billing ad- S'ertisers. Al Ihe same lime Ihe FCC PITTSBURGH (UPI) — was giving its okay lo the Randy Fcschio. 25. Monessen, WVAM transfer, it was approv- Weslmoreland County, was ing the more-routine ownership held for conn Tuesday on a transfer at Gilcom. charge of homicide by vehicle in the dcalh of a Clairlon man. Feschin was held after a coroner's hearing was toltl he was Ihe dri\ or ol a car which struck and killed Richard Schuck. 23, of Clairton April ?" while and the local Glucrotl Corp. are .Schuck was changing a lire on the only shareholders who had his car on Route 885 in sun- mnre ll>an HI percent of the urban West Mitflin. company's stock. Mr. Ciller bought the 701 outstanding shares of company stock he didn't own for S75II Leonard S. and Marv Fiore Altoona Hospital I.ana G. Cogan arul inlanl. 2322 5Ih Al'C. Kalhlccn L. Field. IS2S I2lli Are., Juniala. Julie Frederick, 1316 Clh St. Lucille Gchret, 2B15 Unicin Admitted Tuesday Russell J. Beck, 603 W. 16th SI., Tyrone. Viola T. Boslct, Ashville. Marilyn J. Broadbcnt, Box 108-C, Tyrone RD 2. Elizabeth Daniele, 210 4th Ave. Ave. Havel V. Hand, 1557 Nancy R. Decker, 272S Maple Dickinson Road. /We. Barbara I.. Helrick and in- Cheryl L. Hinklc, Box 277, (am. Roaring Spring. Tyrone RD T). Geraldine M. Hoover. Dy:*Emma E. Kunsman, 84825th art St. Bobbie Jo l-afferty. 423 Bellview Ave., Bellwood. Debra L. McCready, Box 375. Duncansville RD 3. Judilh A. Mock, 101 3rd Ave. Theresa L. Mountain, iilG5th Avc., Juniata. Virginia E. Newkirk, Box 221. Hollidaysburg RD 1. Sylvia L. Noel, 312 Beech Ave. Lillian E. Penlland. 636 Logan Blvd. James C. Powell, Mill Run RD 5. Ranson I. Reighard. 503 Garber SI., Hollidaysburg. Marian C. Replogle, 1217 Ifilh SI. Elizabeth H. Richards, 539 52nd St. R. Leonard Rock, 1628 Grant Ave. Don M. Sgro. 515 Slh St.. Jnniala. Belly J. Shriver, Box 520, DuncansviNe. .loshua H. Slaughter Jr., Claysburg. Josephine S. Spaid, 1503 2nd Ave. Lois J. Slewart, 1220 N. Tuckahoc Si., Bellwood. F.velyn M. Stoner, Box 162, Duncansville RD 2. Bernice T. Vogel, 2614 Maple Ave. Debra L. Wagner. 613 2nd Ave. Michael L. Walters, 1052 Pennsylvania Ave., Tyrone, lieula E. Weimer, Everell. Ida C. Williams. Box 48, Tyrone RD 5. James T. Locke. 719 E. !>lh St.. Bellwood. Mildred L. Clark, 427 Ash St. Linda 1. Pniicrson, Box 418, Duncansville RD 2. Judilh A. Teeters, 603 2nd Ave., Duncansville. Geraldine A. Shively, 1305Slh Ave. Discharged Tuesday Evelyn A. Anthony, H18 Illh lusion of loot. Aaron R. Karp. S71 24ih St. Glenn \V. Kautfman, 707 Ridge Ave. Lorma E. Kinch, G01 ]L. Caroline Avr. IMo D. Knotl, Box 5IS. Aniln I. Lang, 107 10th St. John H. Leonard, Fallen- limber. Sandra L. Long and infant. 2132 IfllhSt. Anthony C. Marlcll. 16(1] Sharp Ave. Sharon E. Lciomis, Box 173, RD 5. Tiinia McCoy, Box 3W-\">, Duncansville RD I. Elizabeth M. McGrew. Crcsson. Amy V. Peterson, 307 Walnul Ave. John A. Solarrzyk. Lilly. rani E. Sorgo,"2IW7 s'. llllh Ave. Amanda L. Welsh. 1W1 Isi Ave. Rachel E Willianif, -\3> 2nd Ave. Anthony Tt. Woytowiez. 2)17 7lh Ave., Jimiaia. Treated Tuesday Daphine A. Espenlaub, lOfll 3rd Ave,, irljurv of cliesl. Christopher L. Friley. Box I27A. Duncansville RD •!. lacer- alion of chin. RutliN r,elbke,S024lh Ave , injury of shoulder. fail] L. Halton, Bos 185. RD fi. sprain of knee. Deborah L. Jones, 911 Pleas- an! V.nllcy Blvd., sprain of ankle Krisla M Larson. ISI4 1st Ave , contusion of rlbow. Kenneth L. Kumf. Hl|7 5lh Ave., .liininta, fracture of hand Douglas G. Ott, 502 Grant Ave., lareraiion of thumb. Malthew J. Prilchard. 13IB 20ih Ave., sprain of ankle. Charlcan R. RodRors, lf>12 9lh St., injury of hand. Palrick A. Sctllcmycr. Box 281. Duncnnwille RD ], con- Si. Sherry L. B.inks and infant, Box 16A. Martinsburg RD 2. Elizabeth A. Barlow, Box 214. Duncnnsville RD 4. W.illacc C. Hell, 40S 3rri Ave. Lula M. Benson, 1017 8th Ave. Myron K. Biddle, 1213 Jth Ave,, Juniata. Sieve J. Bosar, l^linlon. Vickie A. Snydcr 1323 Jrd Ave,, injury of thumb Maria E. Walter. 1725 25th Ave., sprain of ankle. Deborah A. Miller. 521 lOih Ave., Juniata, contusion of ten Joseph H. Shaffer. Imler, laceration of thumb, Donald F. Sharp, I.oretlo. fracture of wrist.

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