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New Castle News (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, New Castle, Pennsylvania Obituaries i club to comp Ifor Trio to Vei Lete i Mont ians Calendar William f. Troxell William f. Troxell 83, of Asbury methodist Village apartments Gaithersburg md., a District Engineer with the Pennsylvania department of transportation office in Franklin before retirement in june 1969, died March 28, 1986, in Montgomery general Hospital Olney my. He was born in Brunswick md., on aug. 24, 1902, to Thomas w. And Minnie Faber Troxell. He married the former Catherine d. Barnsley on june 18,1938, and she preceded him in death on aug. 7,1971. On aug. 14, 1975, he married the former Helen Ewalt Jones and she survives. He was a member of Grace United methodist Church of Gaithersburg. Or. Troxell graduated from the University of Maryland in 1925 with a civil engineering degree. He joined the then Pennsylvania department of highways and held several positions before being named District Engineer in Franklin. During his career he directed the design of about 200 Miles of interstate highways 90, 80 and 79. Or. Troxell was a fellow and life member of the american society of civil engineers a member of the american society of Highway engineers the american society of Highway officials and the american Road and transportation builders association. He was also a member of Myrtle Lodge 316, free and accepted masons the Oil City Lodge of perfection the new Castle consistory and zem zem Temple of the shrine in Erie. In 1984 he was awarded a 50-year masonic membership pin by the grand master of Pennsylvania. He was a 25-year member of elks Lodge 110. In Franklin was a charter member of the Venango camera club and was a member of the Venango county historical society the Franklin planning commission and the Franklin Shade tree commission. Arrangements were by the Gartner Sandison funeral Home 316 e. Diamond ave Gaithersburg. Interment was in Forest Oak cemetery Gaithersburg. Memorial contributions May be made to zem zem Temple of the shrine Erie a. 16500, or to Asbury methodist Home inc., 301 Russell ave., Gaithersburg my. 20877. Neshannock residents must file tax returns residents of Neshannock township Are reminded that april 15 is the deadline for filing their 1985 wage tax returns. Every resident employed full or part time in 1985 is required to file an individual income tax return. Anyone who received a tax form but was not employed during 1985 is requested to return the form stating current status. The wage tax office is located in the Walmo school building at 111 e. Maitland Lane. Regular office hours Are 8 . To noon and 1 to 4 . Monday through Friday. In additon the office will remain open april 15 until 6 . Propane leaks from tank at Flo line corp. Shenango township Volunteer firefighters were called at about 12 40 . Yesterday after propane was discovered leaking from a 15,000-gallon tank at Flo line corp on Butler Avenue Extension. Fire officials said there were no injuries and no evacuation was necessary. Roger s. Brown company president said the leak was in the valve of the tank. He said a guard discovered it after smelling Gas and called the fire department. Brown said the tank was emptied into a tank truck. He said the tank will remain empty until repairs Are completed. Inters a210 e Washington St. I new Spring arrivals is Ansabel Slacks by Jaymar the ret of son Don away inti do Tho Waistband you ii find o band of triple to Roach webbing Thot Flomot with you Ivory movement Mcbride Shannon 125 n. Mill St. 654>5571 ask. Doug Mcbride about this question Quot an office or store manager is embarrassed or worse when an insurable loss occurs and he has failed to have the necessary insurance coverage. We invite businessmen to have the Mcbride Shannon Agency review their insurance prior to this important Spring open daily 9-5, closed sat. Mon. Evenings by appt. Patsy j. Cioff i Dies at age 65 was contractor Patsy j. A a path Cioffi 65, of 804 court St., a general contractor died in Jameson memorial Hospital at 8 35 . April 5,1986. He was born in new Castle on july 11, 1920, to James and Principia Degregory Cioffi. He married the former Mabel Myers in july 1947, and she survives. Or. Cioffi was a member of St. Joseph the worker Church. He was on the grievance committee for the City of new Castle and a member of the pro con Stock club. He was a former member of new Castle Catholic War veterans Post 741. Or. Cioffi was a Veteran of world War ii serving in the . Army. He was awarded the purple heart medal and three Bronze stars. He served in the sicilian Campaign the italian Campaign and the Battles of Chinzi pass Volturno Venafro and the an Zio beachhead. He was wounded in action at Anzio. He is also survived by three sons Thomas Robert and Richard All of new Castle a daughter miss Tricia Cioffi of new Castle three Sisters mrs. Phi Marso mrs. Arthur Clara Degidio and mrs. Ann Shaffer All of new Castle two Brothers Joseph and Anthony both of new Castle and one grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents one sister mrs. Julia Colucci and a brother Dominick. Visiting hours will be from 7 to 9 . Tomorrow and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Monday at the Edward a. And Donald g. Decarbo funeral Home Corner of South Mill and Lutton streets. A procession will leave the funeral Home at 10 . Tuesday for St. Joseph the worker Church where a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 30 . The Rev. Norbert Campbell pastor will officiate. Interment will be in St. Josephus cemetery. Mrs. Jean Emma Jorden mrs. Jean Emma Miller Jorden 71, of 1819 Hilton ave., Dover pa., formerly of Mercer died at 8 30 . April 5, 1986, in memorial Hospital York. She was born Jan. 25, 1915, in Pittsburgh to Henry and Bessie Macpherson Miller. She was preceded in death by her husband Charles Albert Jorden. They were married sept. 7, 1932. He died april 16, 1983. Mrs. Jorden was of the protestant Faith. She is survived by three sons Kenneth of Reynoldsville pa., Donald of Mansfield Ohio and Dale of Dover two daughters mrs. Joseph Ruth Mazurek of Dover and mrs. Richard Sheryl Button of Grove City a sister mrs. Robert Bessie Eisen Bach of Pittsburgh 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Also preceding her in death were two Brothers and a sister. Visiting hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Monday at Smith funeral Home in Leesburg. A service will be conducted at 11 . Tuesday in the funeral Home by the Rev. Timothy Haag or. Of Oil City. Interment will be in Carpenter cemetery Springfield township Mercer county. Prisoner is sent to Hospital Greensburg a. Up a Westmoreland county prisoner who swallowed a razor Blade and set himself on fire while in jail has been transferred to Warren state Hospital. Vito Yeropoli 95, 1419 Doncaster drive Boardman formerly employed at Lake Erie Limestone co. And Michigan Limestone co. In Hillsville died in St. Elizabeth Hospital medical Center Youngstown on april 4,1986. Or. Yeropoli came to Hillsville from Italy and moved to Youngstown 26 years ago. He was born in Reggio Calabria Italy on june 15,1890, to Antonio and Theresa Pedulla Yeropoli. He married the former Rose Yeropoli on dec. 17, 1921, and she survives. Or. Yeropoli was a member of St. Christine Church in Youngstown. He is also survived by two sons Tony of Hillsville and Dominic with whom he made his Home one sister mrs. Dominic Perry of Boardman three grandchild pm and five great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three Sisters mrs. Angelica Polito mrs. Florence Marzano and mrs. Elizabeth Catanzarite and three Brothers Frank Rocco and Sam. Visiting hours will be from 7 to 9 . Tomorrow and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Monday at the Rossi Brothers funeral Home 4442 South ave., Boardman. A service will be held at 9 . Tuesday at the funeral Home and a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 . At St. Christine Church. Francis Smith Francis Smith 77, of Slippery Rock re 3, a warehouseman and Kiln replacer at Shenango China co. Before his retirement was dead on arrival at Jameson memorial Hospital at 6 05 . April 5, 1986, of an apparent heart attack. He was bom in Slippery Rock on july 18, 1908, to John and Pearl Eva Wright Smith. His first wife the former Wilma Gosnell preceded him in death in 1969. He is survived by his second wife the former Elizabeth Rico. Or. Smith was a member of Croton United methodist Church. He is also survived by a daughter mrs. Reginald Ann Thompson of Slippery Rock two stepdaughters mrs. James Delores Broadbent of Rock Hill , and mrs. Joan Santia of new Castle and nine grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by his father and Mother his Stepfather James Pringle and two Brothers Orville and Harry. Visiting hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Tomorrow at the Edward a. And Donald g. Decarbo funeral Home Corner of South Mill and Lutton streets. A service will be held at 1 . Monday at the funeral Home with the Rev. John Jefferis pastor of Croton United methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Oak Park cemetery. Leyna Sikora Leyna Marie Sikora 1 Day of 106 w. Garfield ave., died in Jameson memorial Hospital at 4 . April 4, 1986. She was born in new Castle on april 3, 1986, to Edward t. Or. And Gail s. Gibson Sikora. She was a member of St. Vitus Church. She is survived by her parents a brother Edward m., at Home paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Edward t. Sikora or. Of Pulaski maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Gordon Gibson of new Castle and paternal great grandparents or. And mrs. Joseph Gabrielcik of Struthers Ohio. There Are no calling hours. A private service will be held at 11 . Monday at the Edward a. And Donald g. Decarbo funeral Home Corner of South Mill and Lutton streets. The Rev. Joseph Luisi parochial vicar of St. Vitus Church will officiate. Interment will be in St. Vitus cemetery. By mrs. . Reynolds correspondent 652-9045 the Laurel adult travel club will meet monday at 7 30 . In the High school cafeteria to Complete reservations for the trip to Vermont. Plans for one Day trips will be discussed and reservations will be taken. For More information see Jean Mcmichael. Martha Robinson and Elda Mae Kemper from the City Rescue Mission spoke at the missionary meeting at Unity Baptist Church this week concerning the food Bank and the work of the Rescue Mission. The Rev. Calvin Rose will present the worship service tomorrow at Harlan Surg presbyterian Church. Westminster College students will be in charge of the service on april 13. House seat candidates to debate Ellwood City a debate Between candidates for state representative in the 10th District will be conducted at 7 . Tuesday at the Ellwood City Community Center. The candidates who have accepted an invitation to debate Are Jim Gerlach Henry Karki and Joe Maz Zant All republicans and Frank Lagrotta a Democrat. Thomas j. Fee jr., a democratic candidate said he cannot participate because of a previous commitment. Armstrong utilities inc. Is sponsoring the debate. Bill Livingston of Armstrong utilities said the candidates will be asked questions by panel made up of the following w. Ryan Kegel general manager of the Ellwood City Ledger George Reese assistant principal at Lincoln High school Wendy Barensfeld a member of the Riverside school Board and Dale Walker government teacher at Riverside High school. Livingston said the debate will last one hour. He said it will be televised in the Ellwood City area at 7 . Wednesday on Armstrong utilities Cable Channel 3. The candidates Are running in the May 20 primary election for a two year term beginning january 1987. The 10th District Post has been vacant since Jan. 6 when Ralph d. Pratt resigned to become judge of the Lawrence county court of common pleas. A special election would have to be held for someone to Complete Pratt a term which ends dec. 31. However House speaker k. Leroy Irvis who has the authority to Call for a special election has not announced whether one will be held. Game commission chief will speak to group Slippery Rock Tom Greenlee president of the Pennsylvania game commission will be the featured speaker at tuesdays meeting of the Slippery Rock Creek chapter of the ruffed grouse society. Greenlee will discuss the commissions present and future policies at 8 . The chapters business meeting will begin at 7 30 . Both will be held at Jennings environmental education Center located on a. 528 just East of the intersection of a. 8 and a. 173 near the old Stone House. Attention members of local Uwom 4194 an election of trustee will be held wednesday april 9th, from 6 00 . To 8 00 . And from 2 00 . To 5 00 . In the main lunchroom of Rockwell International to a division Hobart St., new Castle a. All employees who have been Laid off for less than two years Are eligible to vote financial estate planning is holding a Gold seminar at Troggio on april 8th, at 7 . Featured speakers will include 1. Russ Gedeon a a representative from International investors the Best performing Gold fund in the last 20 years. One of the topics will be the new paper currency that the government will Issue. 2. Steve Bacon a the chairman and founder of augitto exploration a Gold mining company in Canada. 3. Frank Kasevic a the Stock Market Economy and Index options. For reservations please Call financial estate planning 658-8100 har Lansburg notes the Rev. Roman Garrison will return for the Spring communion service on april 20. Family night will be held april 23 at har Lansburg presbyterian Church with the Rev. John Sloat in charge of the program. The social committee is George and Etta Johnson Paul and Martha Reed Bob and Marge Graham Kathy Roth and Alice Whalen. Agnes Gilliland of new Wilmington visited a few Days with Rose Reynolds last week. They visited Mildred Downing in East Brady one afternoon. Jean Mcmichael has returned Home from a week in Philadelphia where she visited her daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Bob of Brien. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Patton entertained 17 people at easter sunday dinner in their Home. Or. And mrs. Raymond Johnston of Columbus Ohio spent last weekend with his Mother mrs. Beryle Johnston. Local groups set meeting schedules for next week local municipalities school boards and other governing groups will meet next week. The schedule is Enon Valley a Borough Council 7 . Monday. New Wilmington a Borough Council 8 . Monday. Hickory township a supervisors 8 . Monday. North Beaver township a supervisors Public hearing at 8 . Monday to consider a rezoning request of Samuel j. Fry . Fry Kenneth e. Quear and Robert d. Hellon for the former elementary school building in mount Jackson. They Are asking that the property be rezoned from residential to commercial. Plain Grove township a supervisors 7 . Monday. Scott township a supervisors 8 . Monday. Wilmington township a supervisors 8 . Monday. Union township a Park and recreation Board 7 30 . Monday. Taylor township a supervisors 7 30 . Tuesday. Lawrence county planning commission a noon tuesday at pants restaurant in Neshannock township. Pulaski township a supervisors 8 . Tuesday. South new Castle a Borough Council 7 . Tuesday. Mahoning township a supervisors 7 . Wednesday. Shenango township a supervisors 7 ., thursday. Volant a Borough Council 8 . Thursday. Neshannock township a school Board 7 30 . Thursday supervisors 7 . Friday. Ellwood City a area school Board 7 . Thursday. Snoj a Borough Council noon saturday. No Winner in lotto Harrisburg a. Up no one picked All six winning numbers in the Pennsylvania lottery a lotto drawing last night and As a result monday nights drawing will have an annuity value of at least $3 million executive director Blair r. Gettig said. Total travel a your window to the world phone 656-1550 301 n. Merger is. 115 n. Mercer St. New Castle a a a ass. Henry Deeulio cold prevention a Wise old proverb claims that if you treat a cold for seven Days it will be cured whereas if you leave it alone it will go away in just a week. The saying still holds True but there has been some Progress in cold prevention. In a study conducted at the univ. Of Adelaide in Australia several families were asked to use a nasal Spray every time a member of their group came Down with a cold. After months of testing none of the people using the sprays contracted colds. They were using nasal sprays containing Alpha interferon an antiviral agent manufactured by the Schering corp. In new Jersey. Before . Approval the new drug is being tested for Long term effects on its users also an Effort is being made to scale Down its Price to a More affordable level. Cold remedies proprietary medicines and the latest in prescription drugs Are always stocked at medical Center pharmacy 903 Wilmington ave. Phone 652-7211. Hoyt Institute of Fine arts a the opening reception for Clair Curll and Stephanie Deliannis exhibit from 2 to 4 . Tomorrow. The Institute will be closed monday. Miscellaneous the civilian conservation corp. Will meet at 7 30 . Monday in the vow Hall at East Washington Street and Frank Avenue. Everyone who has been associated with the acc is urged to attend. Spouses Are also Welcome. A representative from the governors veterans outreach and assistance Center will be at the new Castle Job services office 102 Margaret St., tuesday from 10 . To 3 30 . Veterans with questions regarding benefits or assistance Are encouraged to Contact the representative at that time. Oliverio a nurses registry a monday at 7 . At the Harmony Zelienople methodist Church. Christy Wright will be the guest speaker. Sexually transmissible diseases clinic a every monday from 4 to 6 . At the new Castle professional building room 206, 113 e. Washington St. Lupus chapter a tomorrow at 2 . In the Hitchcock auditorium of South Side Hospital. Or. John Scullin a Board certified orthopaedic surgeon affiliated with the Greenville orthopaedic association and Greenville regional Hospital will speak on a total joint his presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. Lupus patients families and interested Public Are Welcome. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. Pennsylvania veterans of Vietnam a tomorrow at 2 . At the vow Post 315,1820 e. Washington St. Joseph a. Clavelli history Center 408 n. Jefferson St., is open every wednesday and sunday from 1 to 4 .�?T organizations alcoholics Anonymous a every saturday at 8 30 ., in the cafeteria of St. Francis Hospital. Veterans Council a monday at 8 . At the american legion Post 343, North Jefferson Street. Memorial Day Croton memorial and the Gold Star mothers luncheon will be discussed. Laurel adult travel club a monday at 7 30 . At the Laurel High school. All interested persons Are Welcome. Alcoholics Anonymous a every sunday at 8 30 ., North Minster presbyterian Church 2434 Wilmington Road. Al anon a every monday at 8 30 ., North Minster presbyterian Church 2434 Wilmington Road. Author actor will speak at Slippery Rock Slippery Rock author actor Tom Sullivan a correspondent for abcs a Good morning America a will lecture at Slippery Rock University monday at 8 . In the University Union Multi purpose room. Sullivan who is Blind believes a person should celebrate life instead of dwelling on negative past experiences or labels Given by other people. He was an olympic wrestler and is a noted Singer and composer. Sullivan also has written a Book a if you could see what i hear a which was made into a television movie. The Story details Sullivan a struggle to overcome the stigma of blindness in a sighted world. Tickets for the lecture Art available in Advance or at the door for a Small fee. Spring Sale now in Progress shop and save on the newest looks for Spring. Win a trip for 2 to san Francisco Ca Register at our 2nd floor credit office. �?6trcm�? Butz Aridai gift summer brides Register with us your gift selections won t be limited this summer. We re Here to help you choose the things you been dreaming of 120 e. Washington St. 652-7727 florists in downtown new Castle for Over 135 years

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