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, 1W7 The Phatw-Trtbuiw, bofaraport. Ind.—3 World's Biggest Pizza Lorenzo Amato of Glens Falls, N. Y., samples a piece of the world's biggest pizza pie he baked Monday while a hungry crowd awaits the chef's pronouncement. Amato sold slices of the 4,598-pound monster to raise money for charity. He donated all the ingredients. The vital statistics will be submitted to Guinness Book of World Records officials for documentation. (UPI) Women Reject Their TV Commercial Image NEW YORK (UPI) - When was the last time you saw a television commercial in which • a woman held an executive position? Probably never, because companies and their ad, vertising agencies apparently ', believe men would have trouble accepting a woman in a position r of authority over men — say, as a bank loan officer. That was the theory at a recent lunch at Metropolitan Life Insurance in New York, part of "Women in Business Week" organized by the New .York Association of Women ' Business Owners. The lunch zeroed in on "The Image of Women in Television Commercials" with a presentation by the Screen ' Actors Guild. Kathleen Nolan, national president of SAG opened with a speech, in which she pointed out 46 per cent of all women l(> years and over were in the work force, while stay-at-homes "represent 25 per cenl of American women, yet they are the target group most being sought by clients and traditional marketing strategies." Part of the reason is obvious — they are the women who are at home and able to watch television during the daytime. Whether they really worry about waxy yellow buildup and cringe at the possibility of ringcround-the-collar is another matter. In song and sketches, some SAG members had fun with some old standhys, such as the man in the laundromat who approaches a housewife, tells her he "is here to prove a point," and offers her 57 cents for her mohair coat. There's the woman who confesses guiltily to her psychiatrist that, among things, she has aluminum pock marks, water spots on her glassware, severe static cling, "plus my plastic wrap keeps coming undone." Then there's the one that the SAG performers . lagged "Ihe most chauvinistic commercial on television today, in which a man, 'in patronizing tones, brags, "This is my wife, my little wife. She takes care of me..." and winds up with, "My wife — 1 think I'll keep her." The discussion then went to a panel of experts including one distinctly embarrassed male director of television commercials — Peter Israelson, Israelson admitted the parodies hit close to home, and spoke of the "gross stereotyping of American women." He made one other poinl — these commercials sell their products. Another panelist was Frances Sternhagen, who most viewers know best as Mrs. Marsh, the 'babysitter in a toothpaste commercial. She made it clear why actresses accept roles that stereotype women — they like to cat. That means the actress takes the best commercials she can get, but if the checkbook is low, it may be necessary to compromise. But there arc. limits. Balloonists Begin Trip To Europe Youngsters To Rake Leaves Of Burlington Senior Citizens BURLINGTON - Burlington ' senior citizens can find help in getting their leaves raked this Sunday. Members of the. United Methodist Church's UMYF will have a work day in the afternoon. The youngsters will be ' available to do helpful jobs for the senior citizens of the church or community. . The youths will rake leaves, ,. put up storm windows and do < other tasks. • Rev. Ralph Karstedt of the • church will preach the second in a series "In The Steps Of Paul" • Sunday. The sermon will be • "Stranger In A Foreign Land." It will be given during the 9:30 a.m. worship service. . ,' Burlington Township EH Club ..'- will meet Tuesday afternoon, Oct. IE. at l :30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Arthur Bozworth. The ••• ' project lesson "Using Lcft: - Overs" will be given 'by Mrs, Mabel Grant and Mrs. Arthur ''• Schenck. +-M" • The Afternoon Circle of the ' UMW will meet at the United ' r ' Methodist Church at noon ' T Thursday, Oct. 20, for a carry-in •' dinner. Hostesses will be Mrs. Cleon Carter, Mrs. Leon Ray 'and Mrs. William Braden. The meeting will be at 1 p.m. and at . •2 p.m. the ladies will make 'noodles for the Bazaar. The Burlington Evening Musicale will meet at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at the home of Mrs. Janice Waddcll. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mary Bush, Mrs. Rosella Bell and Mrs. Dortha Barnard. The program "The Boys in Blue" will be given by Mrs. Helen Railer, Miss Marjorie "Barber, Mrs. Linda Connaway, Mrs. Pat Perkins and Mrs. Carol Jane Weise. +++ The Christian Womens Fellowship of the Faith Church of Christ will meet at the church at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17. Lola Murphey of Flora will give a demonstration making corn husk dolls and Mrs. Hazel Schenck and Mrs. Terry Moore will give Halloween ideas. Each lady is asked to bring one item for the food pantry. ++ + Rev. Albert Curtright will preach "Too Busy" at the 10:30 a.m. worship service at the Brethren Church Sunday, Oct. 16. At 7 p.m. there will be a Communion Service. +++ . Rev. Herbert Johnson will preach on "Jesus, the Marvelous Man" at Ihe 9:30 a.m. worship service at the Burlington Church of Christ Sunday, Oct. 16. At the 7 p.m., service the sermon will be "Revelation, The Seven Spirits of God." Frankie Pilley will preach the third in a series en the seven churches in Revelation. "Pergamos, The Polluted Church." At the 7 p.m. service the. sermon will be "The Churches Need Spiritual Leaders." BAR HARBOR, Maine (UP!) — Dewey Reinhard and co-pilot Steve Stephenson drifted slowly across the chilly North Atlantic today in their giant silver and black balloon "Eagle," hoping to be the first ever to make the 3,000-mile trip to Europe. At daylight today, the adventurers were reported just south of Novia' Scotia and. •'heading a little southeasterly." Their optimum path was. northeasterly, an advisor said. Ground technicians said that a change in altitude to a higher level could bring the balloonists off the coast of Newfoundland by tonight. "Aftei wailing several hours for heavy winds to subside, the two Colorado Springs. Colo., adventurers cast off from the Maine coast at 5:35 p.m. EDT Monday and headed out to sea. Reinhard. 47, and Stephenson. 44, kissed their families goodbye and waved to a crowd of townspeople before climbing aboard the yellow, orange and red gondola attached to the base of the 85-foot-high balloon. A technical adviser said the two took advantage ot N a momentary "weather window" between high and low pressure systems. "There's a weather window, squeezed between a low pressure system to the north and a high pressure system to the south," Jack Vaeth, a spokesmen for the $250,000 project, said 'shortly before the takeoff. BEITONE HEARING AID CENTER • BATTERIES TO FIT ALL MAKES (DISCOUNTED 30% AT All TIMES) • FREE SERVICE (RfOARDlESS OF MAKE OF AID) .FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST (NO COST OR OBLIGATION) •tWAUDLMUtSON AUIHOROID UmSfNTATIVE If y*u can't com* In:. J'll com* to you 301E. Broadway No«f»o Capt. Logan 7534510 Opwi Mon. thru Fri.* to S; Sot. HI noon _J The $ 2 49 Lunch Smotgasfootd All you can eat! Thick 'n .Chewy pizza or Thin 'n Crispy pizza... with your choice of delicious toppings. Cavatini' deep-dish pasta, garlic bread, and crisp garden :fresh salad from our new salad bar. Everything you want for, lunch and more. The $2.49 lunch Smorgasbord. At participating Pizza Hut' restaurants. 3255 U.S. Highway 24 East Logonsport, Indiana 7534412 : ^ Mon. through Fri. 11:30 am to 1:30 pm liiifll tore as Jbrhinch. 37 Retirees Hurt In Bus Crash STKOUDSBC'RC. Pa. 't'PI.' — .A bus returning •)<• mired persons from an outintf in the Poconos to llicir homo' in Lancaster County Monday nigfit slammed into ;i tree, killing the driver and injuring :i" passengers. State police said the bus veered to ihe right, roared through guardrails and crashed into the tree on Inlersinte 'M> one mile east o[ the nearby Tobyhanna exit in Conlbnugri Township, Most of -the injured were trapped inside the bus for as long as an hour and a.tuilf after the accident as five .rescue squads and stale police at .the scene tore out scats anri windows (o free them. The driver of the bus. Harold Miller. 56. of Lancaster, was pronounced dead at Community Medical Center in Scranton. Miller suffered internal injuries and multiple broken bones but an autopsy was to be performed today to determine whether he suffered a-heart attack at the wheel. At least 35 persons were treated at Pocono Hospital in East Slroudsburg and 13 of them were admitted, A hospital spokeswoman said the injuries were mostly "lacerations or fractures" while most of those admitted were in satisfactory. condition. Two ol her passengers on Ihe bus, Harry and Mary Long of Lancaster, were admitted to Community Medical Center. The extent of their injuries was not known. State police said Lancaster Lodge 530 of the American Association of Retired Persons chartered two buses belonging to the Conestoga Transportation Co. for an all-day outing near Lake Wallon- paupack. Frank Blakcslce. driver of the bus traveling behind the one driven by Miller, said the vehicle suddenly veered to the right and "smashed into the trees" without warning. He stopped his bus immediately to aid the injured. One of the injured. Violet Nitrauer of East Petersburg, near Lancaster." said. "All I know is there was a sudden jolt and stopping. We got banged around." Ann Morgan, a rescue worker with the Coolbaugh ambulance corps, said many of the elderly suffered broken bones. "It would be bad for anybody but it's reallv serious for these But many of Ih'c elderly pitched in and helped rescue their friends despite their injuries. "There was one guy whose old' people." she said. "Al^ rlegs were mauled and cut up but Pocono Hospital, they have he was still helping us get them all over'the place"but the people out." one rescue worker fracture room is really, really said. "I don't think he knew he full." was hurt so bad." Kewanna Resident Gets Heart Award KEWANNA — A Kewanna woman has received a "pacemaker award" from the American Heart Association. Mrs. Jan Sopher got the award for raising over 24.7 cents per capita in her community during the annual Heart Fund Campaign. She was one of the top fund raisers in Indiana and was heart fund chairperson here. -H- + The first of a film scries "The Energy Crisis" will be shown Wednesday .evening in the basement of the Kewanna library at G p.m. The library is open until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays. "T "I" T Thc Kewanna Fire Department received and distributed calendars to the business places last week. The calendars were paid for by the Fanners and Merchants Bank. This is done each year in recognition of National Fire Prevention week which is Oct. 9-15 this year. terpieces made up of Indian com were given as door prizes to Mrs. Ellen St. Clair. Mrs. Grace St. Clair. Mrs. Irene Thomas. Mrs. Irene Reuch. Mrs. Anna Champ and Mrs. Mary Alice Kuhn. Mrs. Osa Champ, the eldest senior citizen present, was presented with a floral arrangement. Trophies were given to Vincent Berwangcr. coach of the Lions team entered in Ihe "Anything Goes" contest at Fulton, and Jim Dague. captain of the tug-of-war team. Both teams placed second during the Fulton Farm Festival. The District Governor will visit the club Oct. 17. Meeting time will be 7:30 p.m. 1 The Kewanna Lions Club, in keeping with the' spirit of World Service Day. donated labor Saturday to anyone who needed help and requested it. + + + There will be no rural mail delivery or window service at the Kewanna postoffice on Veterans Day, Oct. 2-1. Incoming mail will be sorted and put in boxes. Outgoing mail will be dispatched if placed in the box in front of the postoffice. • Jack Hickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hickle, is in Europe on a business trip., He will attend regional advertising and public relations meetings for the Fiatt company in Heilbrcn, Germany: Paris. France: Stockholm. Sweden: London, England and Turin and Rome. Italy. Larry Baldwin has graduated from the Police, Acadeniy at Plainfield. He attended the week-long sessions since August 1 . Twenty-two senior citizens from the community were guestfc of the Grass Creek Lions Club at a barbequed rib dinner last week. Six table cen- Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Frye have returned to North Carolina after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fryc. He is stationed with the U.S. Marine Corps in North Carolina. JefC and his wife, the former Kathy Ann Stephens of Jacksonville, N.C.. were married while in Kewanna by , Rev.,' Ron Prilliman in the Church of Christ. COOKING APPLES CORTLAND, MclNTOSH, WINESAP IB. BAG 89 C $ 3 29 10lB. BAG FULL BUSHEL ALL PURPOSE JONATHAN APPLES SLB. BAG BUSHEL 99 C *3« 10 IB. BAG FINEST EATING APPLES RED OR GOLDEN DELICIOUS SLB.BAG V^BUSHEl $]!» $ 3 9« 10 IB. BAG FULLeUSHEL SPINK'S CORNER APPLE CIDER FULL GAL GLASS JUG '/ 2 GAl. GLASS JUG *1 A • x- \ MOM BRING THE KIDS IN AND REGISTER FOR A GIANT JACK-O-LANTERN " PUMPKIN, 1 CASE CARMEL APPLES AND 2 GALLONS OF APPLE CIDER HAVE A HALLOWEEN PARTY ON THE RANCH! I DRAWING SUNDAY, OCT. 16.1977. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN. -\Si xto V-U"i

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