The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on August 5, 1970 · Page 11
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Kingston, New York
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Wednesday, August 5, 1970
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THE DAILY FREEMAN. KINGSTON, N. Y.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 5. 1970 ELEVEN Seven-Event Many Fitness Test: Do Well Many student* in the Kingston City Schools Consolidated scored the IS per cent or above in the Presidential Physical Fitness Test. The test is divided into seven events: 600-yard run: "sit ups: pull ups: softball throw; 50 yard dash; shuttle run; and standing broad jump. The standards differ according to age and this is the first year that the test was covered by the entire school system -from elementary to senior high school. Ail are members of the President's Physical Fitness Team. Award winners are: Secon* darv High School (Boys) — Dennis Harrison. Dave Kwasnowski. Joe Riley. Joe Gruberg, Kevin M c G o w e n. Robert Markes. Dennis Lanos, Parris Beverly. Brtt Naccarato. Greg Poffenbarger. John Vanderlyn and Karl Edmonds. J. Watson Hailey (Boys) — Tim Matthews. James Rioux, Dennis Rapp. Charles Bouton, Dan Brown. Joe Fay. Mike Massey, Kim Nickolas. and Ronald Vitere. Miller (Bovs)-—John Port. Jeff Cammans. third year: Lou Eccleston. Larry Forte. Gerald Clingman, Rich Elmendorf. Tom Sims. Ed Soper. Robert Sabine, Jim Cammans. Lee Geanuleas, Mike Temer. Rich Gossett. Dan Jordan. Jim Halwick. Kevin Whispell. Jeff Sheldon. Bill. Powers. Rob Winchell. Brian Edward*, Leslie Cloutier. Pete Gardner. Jim Maner. Bill Costello. Brian Turkowski. Mark McElrath. third veer; Ron Dur ling. Ron Cicio. third yesr; Jon Aronis. John Osborn. Gordon McLeod. Jeff Longendyke, and Alike Connors. M. J. M. (Boys)—Ernest McGowan. John Edwards. Juan. Crux. Chris Zane*. John Daw­ son, apd Robert Carey. High School (Girls) — Jayne McElrath. second year; Phyllis Sabine, second year: Mary Bartz, Patricia BUboltz. Colleen Cadden. Candace Canning, Berry Davis. Sandra ’ DbCicco, Fran Fugazo. Victoria IJovemen, Virginia Hoveman. Merry Kaune, Pamela Kitcheher. Rayne Kouhout, Valerie Tlyohs, Fara Mas o n. Dina Medley. Patricia Nagy, Janet Schussler, Diane Senor. Jean Sickler. Diane ' Smedes. and Loretta Walker. J. Watson Bailey (Girls) — Jane HenCy. third 'year; Sharon Kuriger. second year; Debbie Richter, second' year; Roberta •Bartz. second year; Darlene Holochuck. second year; Alane Hudson, second year; Cathy Snyder, second year; Mery Markes, second year; Dianne Miller, second year; Ginny Modica, second year; Robin Olund. second year: Doreen Schredec. second year; Maureen Byrd, second year; Laurif Gruber g. second year; Donna Brown, second year; Frances Schubert. Bonnv Stephano. Suzanne Brown. Betsy Salzman, Jeann Gricco. Bernice McClin- t o n. Ellen . Flanagan. Susan Helmrich. Beverly Wright. Sylvia Yhlen, Liz Koch, third year: Pauline Taub. third year; Terri Miller, third year; Joanne Simon, second year; Noel Carpino. second year; Dorma Roosa, second year; Pam Thomas, second year: Wendy Martin/second year; Dawn Sleight, second year: Barbara Kamen, second year; Andrea Meyer, second year; Pat Ankrbm. second year; Kathy Miller. Betty Ann Uresk, Janet Hamilton. M. A. Naearato, Ellen Manx. Joyce Dillon. Sue Alsdorf. Laurie Short. Tina Ludena. second year: Sandy Safford, second year: Ann Markes. second yeaf; Laurie Henry, second year; DfarW Ramus, second year; JoEllen Friedman, second year; Florence Larios, second year; Cindy Gaffney, second yea®l,, keslic v Murray, second year;-' fciiee?i Brancato. Teresa yy:<Joffnan. -second year; Margie V IRiester. .ffiwwj .year; Claudia v ' Uoventdn, ytird', year; Sharon V PhiP illippe, vawcond year; Helen > > Cptto and Mitzi Allen. •V* Elementary — Hurley School '(bmln--Kevin McLane and Bill Yankoglu. Hurley School (girls) Karen Chambers, .Amy Bellows. Beth Carr, Jan Dresser. Cathy Hoyt, Barbara Miller. Jodi Simmons, Cindy Zwinak. Susan Stockwell, Cindy Gill. Janet Ollive. Kristin Nelson. Betty Larusso. Colleen Wesi and Carol Raciot. ) sf} e%r g e Washington School j (bovs) — flruce Churchwell. Ed I'- Riley. Bruce Spelino, and Chris .. Nordstrom. George Washington School (girls)- Elizabeth Ossner. Penny 'Spiesman, second year; Melanie » Rau, and. Doreen Raible. Meagher School - Ba rry Na gele and Christa 1 Bvrd. Brigham Schools (boys) — Charles Scheidi. second year; and Philip Brown. Brigham School (girls) — Jo- aphe Leverenz. second year; Beverly Struble and Nancy Johnson; v, • F.dson School* (boys) — M ike Sullivan. Steve? Ohlson. Mark Turpk. Robert Piratsky. James VMurphy, seognd-year; Dave Millikan. socoiRL, year; Norbert .. Adajniotj?., Wavne Winnie. James Waiver, Mike Fallon. William i Bazenbusta. second year; and Rick Meiers, second year. Edson School (girls)—Brenda Battiglia, Joanne Driggs, Marge Semiloff. Susan Massey. Elizabeth Lounsbury.; Cheryl Shaver, Betsey Kelly, Diane Baker, Terri VanEtben. Maura Connerton. Susan Short. Renee Andrews, third year; Raula Wood, Debbie Grim. Nancy McClurg. Marianne McElrath. and Donna Van Beuran. Chambers School (girls) — Karen Castiglione. Lori Eaton, Karen Krajick. Carol Phillips, second year; Joanne Sehaller, second year; and Ann Stedge, second year. J. F. Kennedy School (boys) Paul Runge. Willie Redd, Scipio Boler. Larry Carpenter and Lamell Boler. .1. F. Kennedy Schools (girls) - Barbara Fabbie. Mansa Demicco. Debbie Stewart. Laverene Brodhead. Judy Reynolds, Kate Peebles. Pearlie Gay. Denise Barted, Sheila Adams, Julia Holland. Mary Segio. Karen Runge. Patty Sawers. Stacey Roseberry and Beverly Grommell. Ttllson School (boys) —Peter Turcotte and Douglas Zane. Tlllson School (girls) — Diane Crookston and Charlene Brought. Port Ewen School (boys) - Clifford Lyons and Michael Bradley. Port Ewen School (girls) — Cathy Scherer and Linda Koemm. School No. I,— James Mack: Debbie Fassett arid Charlene Packer. School No. 7 -Charles Tiano. Sophie Finn (boys) - Quincy Bowans. J o h n Burris, and Charles Murphy. Sophie Finn (girls)—Stephanie Brandt, second year: Judy Coddington. second year: Sharon Carey. Patricia Carey. Margaret Fitzgerald. June Jackson. Colleen Kivlan. Roxanne Lewis, Patricia Lowe. Barbara Lower, Vivian Puggeri, Darlene Sickler and Lisa Tiano. BARTHEL MEETS LEVITT—George Barthel, (left > democratic liberal candidate for Assembly (99th District. Ulster County) recently met with the State Comptroller Arthur Levitt in White Plains. They discussed the forthcoming campaign. Barthel is running against H. Clark Bell. Cereal Buyers Not Changing Lilted Press International idon’t plnct that much emphasis Some Americans have ^ their cereals—I think were switched brands. Others have sworn off. But for most, the 0 ^ <*h*r nutritional revelation that some cereals foods.” AAONTGO/1/YERY “I don’t bpv the cereal,” Mrs. Nancy Eqbank. Minfieapo lis, said. “I let Christopher pick his own.” Christopher is. 4. ”He usually buys it for the prize that's in the package,” Mrs. aren't worth much nutritionally has drawn a breakfast table yawn. A United Press International shopping cart survey seems to indicate that no one should ever underestimate the powc. of a Eubank added, woman’s children. j “My daughter has always When a researcher announced;liked Cheerio* and she’ll get In Washington last month that Cheerios,” another housewife most dry cereals come up short broke in. in nutrients, industry represen- Some Minority Reports: tatives reponded with strong However. Earl Thorp, manag defense of their products and er of a Duluth. Minn, super their marketing methods. j market, said a woman Baying Habits Persist jhad just returned a package of ‘Perhaps they didn’t have to Cherrios in exchange for get so worked up. The survey package of Total, -which was of food stores across the natian highdr ' on the • researcher’s produced plenty of people who nutritional list, had heard about cereal short-1 “Sales of Total. 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