New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 4 Apr 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - April 4, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Saturday sunday new Castle a april 4-5,1998 118th year no. 177 copyright 1996 new Castle new new Castle Newsky Miil stars despite the map performance of Ellwood City a Dave Gardner right Lawrence county a Best fall to Beaver county 101-62 in preliminary game at new Castle High. In the feature contest Eastern Ohio tops Western Pennsylvania 123-111. Mil to it sports Page 15 inside classified. .21-27 comics to. .28 crossword. .27 daily record. .5 entertainment .14 horoscopes. .25 living. 10-13 Money. .5 obituaries. None sports. .15-18 Long Avenue recalled As a thriving business District Pace 2worm work a they re not just for bait any More. The Little wigglers can also help out with recycling. By John k. Manna new Castle news a him. Vire a Iivo the Lawrence county courthouse has Worms. Its no joke. The Worms Are crawling around eating to their hearts Content and performing a service for Mankind. The Worms Are living in a plastic bin in the office of the county recycling and solid waste department. Essentially what the Worms Are doing is getting rid of solid waste and recycling it. What they Are doing is accelerating the composting process said Amyjo Labi Carando county recycling and solid waste director. A they can break Down food waste much quicker a she said. Labi Carando said the Worms can be used at Home or by commercial establishments As a Way to Cut garbage costs. It also reduces the amount of garbage that has to be disposed at landfills. Please see Worms Page 6 Matthew s. High news Amyjo Labi Carando Lawrence county s director of recycling and solid waste digs up Worms from the composer bin in her office. Cow computer Dairy Farmer milks electronics to keep Pace by Judy Hruska news correspondent Dean kind works at the computer he uses to keep track of Fields and animals. Computers Are cropping up everywhere. Today they re not just in corporate offices but in Homes schools and can even be found Down on the farm. Dean kind who owns a Slippery Rock Dairy farm with his father Richard and brother Dwight has been computerizing operations there since 1989. He a finding himself cultivating in cyberspace More and More often. A a it a been a real trial and error process a he said. A and looking Back its been a lot of fun but of course in a saying that nine years even though Dean 31, admitted there were challenges at first computerization has greatly simplified certain aspects of farming. A we use the computer to balance the ration of feed for different groups of cows a he said. Although technology is available that allows individualized rationing for each cow it requires too much adjusting for the Deans to manage with 200 cows he said. The computer activated feeder determines the amount each animal should have when it places its head and special Collar inside the feeder. The kind farm is equipped with milking machines containing computer chips that can sense when a cow is done giving milk and automatically shut off. Dean added he really appreciates please see cow Page 6 Jameson purchases its 18th practice physicians Fazioli Shober become a part of health system by Ann Margaret Lambo news correspondent a health system in Lawrence county Are following a National trend to Purchase physician practices in an Effort to provide efficient Cost effective care. Jameson health system has purchased the practice of Lawrence Giazioli a medical doctor and David Shober a doctor of osteopathy. The practice is now a part of Jameson medical services a subsidiary of the health system. It brings Jameson a physician practices total to 18. Jameson medical services is a new subsidiary of the health system which includes Jameson Hospital Jameson healthcare foundation a health ventures the rehabilitation Center children a advocacy Center and the Jameson care Center. Jameson medical services is a medical service organization which Means it manages physicians offices. Medical service organizations Are a trend in health care across the nation meant to Benefit the patient the physician and their employees and the managing Hospital or health system. A the main reason for this trend is continuum of care a said Ken Garver executive director of Jameson medical services. A what hospitals All across the country Are finding is that when health care facilities and physicians join together that a the perfect combination for delivering integrated health according to Garver integrated health care is the execution of the philosophy to treat the patient within one health system. All of the services that Are required by a patient Are available within his or her Home Community or in some cases one Hospital Campus. But How does a health system owned medical practice Benefit the patient the answer is through benefiting the physician. A it frees the physician from running an office a Garver explained. A that allows the physician to concentrate More time with the patient the Mso takes a lot of the administrative headaches away from the please see Jameson Page 6today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather Daylight saving time no obituaries in today a edition space Pioneer Dies Huntsville Ala. Apr Eberhard Rees space Pioneer and member of Wernher von Braun a German rocket team that helped put americans on the Moon died thursday. He was 89. Rees was one of 120 members of the von Braun team who came to the United states in 1945 to help launch the United states space program. As Deputy director of development operations for the ballistic missile Agency from 1956 to 1960, he was part of the team that launched the country a first satellite explorer i on Jan. 31,1958. Saturday High 45 to 55 Low 35 to 45 sunday High 45 to 55 Low 25 to 35 the week ahead sunny monday. High 45 to 55, Low 25 to 35. Rain late tuesday. High 55 to 65, Low 25 to 35. Chance of showers wednesday. High 55 to 65, Low 35 to 45. Time to set i a your clock i Lisull Washington apr its time to get Back that Houf of Daylight for evening ballgames and barbecues. Daylight saving time returns this weekend officially at 2 . Tomorrow. That Means most americans should set their clocks ahead one hour. Remember Spring Forward fall Back. Standard time will return oct. 25. The exceptions a where time stays the same a Are Arizona Hawaii the part of Indiana in the Eastern time zone puerto Rico the Virgin islands and american Samoa. Pennsylvania state police commissioner Paul j. Evanko advised residents to take a few minutes to Check the batteries in their smoke detectors while they re setting their clocks ahead. Spring Forward be sure to set your clocks and watches Forward one hour at 2 ., sunday april 5
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