New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 11 Apr 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - April 11, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Saturday sunday new Castle a april 11-12,1998 118th year no. 183 copyright 1998 now Castle Newe new Castle news a m weekend fallen fish Florida now off to the worst Start Ever for a defending world series Champion As Rookie Jose Silva and the Pittsburgh the marlins their ninth straight loss 4-1 a Page 17 remember when inside classified.25-31 comics tv.32 crossword.27 daily record .14 entertainment .15 horoscopes.29 living .9-12 menus.14 obituaries.5,6 sports.17-24 there was a time when easter meant a Brand new Bonnet Page i wins Siim a St. James easter play Drew from experiences of author Bob Summers by Judy Hruska news correspondent the parishioners of St. James the apostle Church Are satisfied that they be touched the Community with a deep understanding of the easter message. Last weekend about 135 parishioners presented a passion play written and directed by Bob Summers. Tickets to All shows went quickly and the Sanctuary was filled each night. A it was a Success thanks to the Community and the surrounding churches that came to support this Effort a said Summers 36. A because the people came and were moved the Circle was the Neshannock township resident joined the Parish in july and brought with him a drama he originally created in Atlanta. A National youth consultant and native of Wexford pa., Summers and his family relocated to the area in Andrew Pleasont news Bob Summers director of the passion play at St. James the apostle Church in new Bedford in front of the cast. Order that he May better serve Pennsylvania and Ohio. The play arose out of songs Summers wrote about his own life experiences. A god really helped me put the passion twist to it a he said. A a lot of the songs were about my journey. I was asking the same questions Jesus had asked. By blending those thoughts into a contemporary play about the passion the human Side of Jesus was really brought because Summers was most familiar with the script he performed As Jesus a role he a played before and found to be a a very humbling this time however his awareness reached a higher level of consciousness he said. A i have always tried to stay focused on what Jesus was going through but in the last two shows in particular i got into the role to the Max a Summers said. A when the people were Yelling and screaming at me i was literally crying and feeling just a Little bit of what he went through. A i think that made me realize More fully that god of All creation allowed his son to go through this just to save us. I Felt the blood run Down into my eyes and thought a this Isnit fair a a he said. The special effects of the play were As realistic As possible. Vivid scenes included the whipping and scourging of Jesus. Some of the blood was faked while other wounds were real. Please see passion Page 7 eggs l a special a if it can be decorated sue Anderson will turn by Louise Carroll news correspondent sue Anderson in front of her Home decorated for easter. Andrew pleasant news sue and i songs outdoor decorating and lighting at every Holiday season is so Well known its hard to believe she got started Only three years ago. Anderson and her husband Eon built their Home on a. 18, one mile North of Wampum 15 years ago but she did no to begin decorating until their sons showed an interest. A Justin is 9 and Jordan is 6 now a Anderson said. A when i started they were Little and would get so excited that i would do More and area resident it into an Art project her easter display includes bunnies lighted and unlighted big and Little wooden and plastic. There Are also Bright Orange carrots plastic and wooden eggs in All sizes and colors and Many Golden yellow Chicks 6 to 18-inches tall. Pastel lights the size and shape of eggs Frame the windows of the House line the 78-foot White Fence and Circle about 15 shrubs. Anderson cuts the Bottoms off 12-Ineh plastic eggs to fit Over the Patio lights to create the easter effect. A i always like to do different things. I like being creative and i done to plan the decorating. I think of it when i need this year she a added Large wooden planters filled with bunnies and silk tulips. Please see special Page 7 historic Accord raises Hopes a a a bloody Miracle that show one negotiator termed the agreement that May at last bring peace to Northern Ireland Belfast Northern Ireland apr in a sweeping Accord that reduced Many hard bitten politicians to tears negotiators cleared the Way yesterday for a a new beginning for Northern Ireland after 30 years of bitter rivalries and bloody attacks. Exhilarated and exhausted the eight participating parties approved a settlement presented by the talks chairman former . Sen. George Mitchell after a 32-hour negotiating Marathon. A i have seen no sour faces. Everybody is Content. That a amazing Given the Range of views in there a a bloody Miracle a said Oliver Napier of the non sectarian Alliance party one of Many politicians who found themselves moist eyed at the Prospect of peace at last. The Accord a the most important since the foundation of Northern Ireland 77 years ago a raises Hopes for an end to a conflict that has left More than 3,400 dead since 1969 in Northern Ireland Britain and the Irish Republic. Problems inevitably lie ahead. Hard liners on both sides of the Divide a some who speak most powerfully with bombs and guns a object to key provisions of the agreement two key parties must take the Accord Back to their memberships and major issues remain to be worked out. But after 22 arduous months of debating negotiators allowed themselves to bask in their achievement if Only briefly. A today we have just a sense of the prize that lies before us a said British prime minister Tony Blair standing beside his Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern. A a today a historic agreement Marks a new beginning for All of us a Ahern agreed. A a it a a Day we should treasure. A Day when we Hope a line can be drawn under the bloody negotiators credited Mitchell for pushing everyone toward a mid please see Ireland Page 7today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather Nick v. Deangelis 77, 4 Bel air drive Chester j. Campbell jr., 65, 2802 state Road Lena Dodge 90, 125 w. North St. Blanche p Feil 100, 3102 old Pittsburgh Road Louis Iorio 88, Grandview Avenue infant Catherine Ann Iwanejko West Middlesex Wilma e. Livermore 78, 1052 Beckford St. Gladys m. Mitchell new Castle Dorothy m. Moore 94, Indian Creek Frank j. Repas 83, Farrell see pages 5, 6 meet Rich serignese saturday High 55 to 65 Low 25 to 35 sunday High 65 to 75 Low 55 to 65the week ahead partly Cloudy monday. High 55 to 65, Low in 30s. Partly Cloudy tuesday. High 55 to 65, Low 35 to 45. Partly Cloudy wednesday. High in 60s, Low 35 to 45. Occupation controller of Akk steel engineering inc., an International firm that designs and supplies steel Mill equipment birthrate feb 5,1963 Hometown new Castle favorite word integrity if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Elbow Beach Bermuda least favorite word disrespect if you do your current work what would you do own and operate a deep sea fishing business located in the Florida keys if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be implement qualification and experience requirements for local politicians and governmental officials the last Book i read what they done to teach you at Harvard business school people would be surprised to know that in be participated in an organized baseball or softball league for 27 consecutive years what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county its a deep rooted Community with a High Standard of family values three words that describe me Best opportunistic fun Loving undaunted Best advice Ever Given gotten a College degree contains unlimited opportunities what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a Welcome now could you please pitch batting practice to or. 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