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New Castle News (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, New Castle, Pennsylvania Since 1880 vol. 135 no. 185 newsstand 75<t monday april 6,2015 new Castle news chilled worshippers learn the a easter difference by Dan Irwin new Castle news All four gospels contain an account of Jesus crucifixion and resurrection. But for his easter message at yesterdays Community Sunrise service at Lawrence Village Plaza the Rev. Ron Eade bypassed them All. Instead he preached from Paul a second letter to the corinthians. The departure from the Norm was intended. A easter needs to make a difference a Eade told about too people bundled up and sitting in Lawn chairs amid temperatures in the Low 30s, As Well As others who listened on the radio in their the web a for More photos from yesterday s Community Sunrise service visit . A this is not the typical easter text its not the typical scripture that we would go to on resurrection sunday a he said of second corinthians 5 14-21. A was i look at this passage i see what makes the easter difference is that a Christ a love compels we Are compelled by the love of Christ to make a the passage goes on to note that Christ died for All a and that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them a a them a the Church of genesis pastor said includes those who Arentt in Church on easter morning. He noted that the scripture called christians a ambassadors a assigning them a ministry of taking the message of reconciliation to god through Christ into their communities. But first Eade said a we can to look at men the Way other people look at them. The world creates barriers where Christ has referencing first Samuel 16 7, in which Samuel explains his anointing of the Young David As King with the words a Man looks at the outward easter Page a2 Dan Irwin new the Rev. Ron Eade talks about the easter difference at yesterday s Community Sunrise service at Lawrence Village Plaza. Good neighbors Amish residents rebuild a saw sharpening shop destroyed by fire a Neshannock township business destroyed by fire is about to open again thanks to its Amish neighbors. Kaufman a saw sharpening shop 577 Fayette Neshannock Falls Road was gutted by flames the evening of feb. 18. The Pennsylvania state police fire marshal said the Blaze was caused by an improper clearance to a flue pipe for a Wood Burner. Damage was estimated at $40,000. Many of the shops customers Are Amish and they gathered saturday to building a new Structure for the business. Kaufman said saturday that he already is open on a limited basis and that he Hopes to have everything in the new Structure up and running in a couple of weeks. Responding fire departments on the night of the Blaze included Neshannock and Mahoning township and Volant and new Wilmington boroughs. Although the business was destroyed firefighters were Able to keep damage to the Kaufman Home to a minimum. No one was injured. Gary Church news Amish residents cover the Frame of the building they erected saturday for Kaufman s saw sharpening shop which was destroyed by fire in february. Wolf pushes state election reforms Harrisburg apr a growing number of states have updated their election Laws to make the Hub of the democratic process More convenient and voter Friendly but so far Pennsylvania Isnit among them. To Venty one states allow online voter registration and three others have passed similar Laws that have yet to take effect. Thirty six states permit All voters to cast ballots prior to election Day and to allow voters to Register and vote on the same Day All according to the National conference of state Legislatures. Those ideas and others were aired at recent legislative budget hearings. Gov. Tom Wolf a Democrat promised during his Campaign to push for election gov. Tom Wolf Wolf Page a2 obituaries so Eleanor Boyle 96, new Castle Kenneth w. Quot Ken Quot Cotton 67, new Wilmington Doris a. Hetrick Grove 84, Jameson care Center Richard a. Lyons 60, new Castle Jack a. Mahaven 69, new Castle Richard t. Morgan 88, Shenango township Roy e. Nelson 54, Bessemer Joann Shaffer 67, new Castle Rose Shaffer 96, new Castle >30 199 0000classified b4-b10 a puzzles b8 a Horoscope b6 a Community a8-a9 a comics a7 a opinion a4 a sports b1-b3its your Jameson rehabilitation Center 3410 Wilmington Road in Neshannock township visit or can 724 658 2801 monday through Friday with evening and saturday appointments by request Jas Gary Church news a handful of Amish men tackles the roof of a new building they erected saturday for Kaufman s saw sharpening shop while others put finishing touches on an exterior Wall. The business was destroyed by fire feb. 18

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