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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Obituaries 0. Norman Mohr Elizabeth Moss 0. Norman Mohr 80, of 225 fifth St., Ellwood City a longtime insurance agent and decorated military Veteran died the afternoon of Jan. 9, 1998, at his son Roberts residence. He was born on sept. 26,1917, in Chewton Lawrence county to Orrie Henry and Rene snare Mohr both deceased. He was married to the former Marjorie Emilko on aug. 24,1945, and she died May 18,1986. A lifelong resident of Ellwood City or. Mohr graduated from Lincoln High school in 1933. He played class b baseball for the St. Louis Browns As a third baseman in the 1930s. He worked for Matthews conveyor co. For 10 years and subsequently was an insurance agent for the Western amp Southern life insurance co. For 30 years. After retirement he drove a school bus for eight years in the Riverside school District for the Hessler bus service. Or. Mohr was a Lance Corporal of the . Marine corps having enlisted in 1939, and he was decorated for the invasions and Battles in the Pacific theater. He was an avid Bowler and sportsman and a member of first United methodist Church in Ellwood City. He is survived by two sons Thomas a. Of Baden and Robert n. Of Ellwood City a daughter Billie sue Mohr of Ellwood City four Brothers John of new Castle Paul of Beaver Falls Donald of Ellwood City and Ralph a a red of Chewton a sister Caroline Capalbo of Ellwood City and four grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by two Sisters Augusta Hogue and Doris timer and an infant brother Carl. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Tomorrow at the Samuel Teolis funeral Home 309 Spring ave., Ellwood City. Members of the veterans Honor guard Are requested to meet at the funeral Home at 10 30 . Monday for full military rites. A service will be conducted at 11 . Monday at the funeral Home with the Rev. Daniel g. Richter of first United methodist Church in Ellwood City officiating. Burial will be in Locust Grove cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to Odyssey healthcare Park West 1, suite 500, Clifftine Road Pittsburgh a. 15275. New Castle news saturday january 10, 1998 Florence Harlan Elizabeth j. Moss 77, a former credit Union employee died in the morning of Jan. 9,1998, at her residence of 502 Neshannock blvd. She was born Jan. 6,1921, in new Castle to Ralph and Georgianna Poplar Mayer both deceased. She married Harold a. Moss on july 12, 1940, and he survives. Mrs Moss retired from the collection department of new Castle credit Union in 1982. She was a member of North Minster presbyterian Church and also was a member of the Eastern Star 333. Surviving besides her husband at Home Are a daughter mrs. Daniel Joan West of Grove City four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. A sister Gertrude Cooper preceded her in death. Friends May Call from 2 to 6 . Tomorrow at the r. Cunningham of Meral Home 2421 Wilmington Road. A service will be conducted at 11 . Monday at North Minster presbyterian Church with the Rev. Andrew Jillson officiating. Burial will be in Oak Park cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to the City Rescue Mission or North Minster presbyterian Church. Viales Metta Florence l. Aiken Harlan 90, formerly of re 6, Princeton station Road died in the afternoon of Jan. 9,1998, in Jameson Hospital leaving 39 descendants. She was born sept. 7, 1907, in Lawrence county to Ellsworth and Agnes Gibson Aiken both deceased. She was married to David Milton Harlan and he died oct. 31,1985. Mrs. Harlan was a member of Oak Grove presbyterian Church in Princeton. She is survived by three sons Joseph e., Arthur c. And Lloyd m., All of new Castle two daughters Ethel l. Mayer Hogue of new Castle and mrs. Richard Louise Fisher of Portersville and 11 grand children 15 great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren. Two Brothers Clyde and Ira Aiken preceded her in death. Friends May Call from 3 to 4 . Tomorrow at the r. Cunningham funeral Home on a. 108 in har Lansburg. A service will follow at 4 ., conducted by or. Joseph Hopkins of Westminster College. Burial will be next to her husband in it. Hermon cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Oak Grove presbyterian Church. Viales g. Ridgley Metta 85, a former Croton Avenue playground attendant for Many years died in the morning of Jan. 8,1998, in her Home at 138 Elizabeth St. Mrs. Metta was bom Jan. 30,1912, in Avalon pa., to Richard and Henrietta Foltz Ridgley both deceased. She was married to John Metta who preceded her in death on oct. 9,1985. Mrs. Metta was a former employee of Mayer China in Beaver Falls. She is survived by a brother Donald r. Ridgley of Sebring fla., and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death also by two Brothers Wayne and Richard and three Sisters Henrietta Lovell Golda Mcfadden and Mildred Raymer. There Are no calling hours. A memorial service will be conducted at noon monday at the j. Bradley Mcgonigle memorial Home with the Rev. Jerry Berman of Epworth United methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Grove cemetery in new Brighton Beaver county. Landmark Rock saved by winning a spot on the National Register storm dumps ice on Northeast by associated press hundreds of thousands of residents in four states layered themselves in sweaters stocked up on essential supplies Aind prepared for a lengthy wait in the dark and cold As a bitter ice storm descended Over the Northeast yesterday. More than 125,000 Northern new York residents in five ice choked counties remained without Power for a second Day As Utility Crews struggled to keep Pace with the ongoing damage. A we can to get ahead of the game a said Greg Hudson a Deputy administrator in St. Lawrence county. A was the Crews Are Clearing up one spot they re watching another tree or pole fall at new York gov. George patakis direction the National guard sent 1,500 soldiers into Northern portions of the state to help Clear debris evacuate stranded residents and set up and run portable Gener daily record births out of town to Brett and Tonia Ritzert Latimer of 5735 n. Winds drive Mentor on the Lake Ohio a daughter on dec. 30, 1997, in Lake East Hospital Painesville Ohio. Or. Latimer is a former resident of new Castle and mrs. Latimer is formerly of Ellwood City. To Charles and Lorie Settle Metz of 102 Dale ave., new Castle a son on Jan. 8, 1998, at West Penn Hospital Pittsburgh. Actors. A a there a no water. There a no heat. There a no lights. There a no Gas. There a nothing. Its real bad. I can to imagine How people Are going to Cope the longer it goes on a said Diane Brayton a coordinator of a red Cross shelter in Gouverneur . In Maine gov. Angus King told the head of the Federal emergency management Agency to a get out the Check books As his state began to clean up and reconnect More than 500,000 people without Power. Shelters were expected to be packed for a second Day As residents abandoned their Homes. Harsh conditions forced Many to forego pleasures usually taken for granted like a hot Shower or a cooked meal and tested the Mettle of even lifelong mainers. A was soon As i retire in a out of Here. In a moving to Florida a said Jim Chase a banker in Augusta who has lived in Maine for 30 years. A if it Wasny to this it a be 20 inches of to Jennifer Lingenfelter of re 1 Pulaski and . Marine corps recruit Tim Wagner of 108 North View ave. A daughter on Jan. 4,1998, in Northside medical Center Youngstown. Or. Wagner is in Boot Camp at Parris Island . Sheriff s statistics a following is the statistical report for the Lawrence county sheriffs office for december paperwork served 99 Protection from abuse orders 23 prisoner transports 37 evictions three War Snow or 20 degrees below the lights were out at Gray True value hardware in Augusta but owner Keith Harriman conducted business by flashlight for a steady Stream of customers seeking storm related items. A they want kerosene batteries anything to do with heat or Light or generating Power a said Harriman. In new Hampshire 11 communities declared states of emergency As the ice storm dropped Power lines limbs Trees and Utility poles. The Rush to restore Power proved dangerous to four Utility workers who were injured by falling Trees. In Vermont the Winter quiet was shattered Over and Over by the sound of ice coated tree limbs crashing to the ground. Some 500 National guardsmen were called in to help 20,000 residents without Power in Chittenden county. To the North Canada is worst ice storm on record wreaked havoc in five Eastern provinces halting air rants served three. New Wilmington police statistics the statistical report of the new Wilmington Borough police department for december the totals for 1997 Are in parentheses complaints investigated 10 132 criminal investigations nine 114 criminal arrests two 37 traffic accidents three 22 traffic accidents with injuries one six vehicle code arrests seven 127. St. Francis Hospital of new Castle. Wellness in neighbourhoods this week s schedule tuesday january 13 wednesday january 14 thursday a january 15 Friday january 16 v Wal Mart super enter 9 am noon amp 1 4 pm Mary Motler of Hope Madonna worship site 10 am noon St. Vincent a Paul St. Lucy worship site 9 11am Queen of heaven Church Wampum 9 11 am try St. Francis medical offices Shenango township 9 am noon amp 1 4 pm new Wilmington senior Center 9 11 30 am St. Francis medical Fri Ces Neshannock township 1 30 3 30 pm uni Center Ellwood City 9 11 am 1 he following health screenings offered at the above locations give you the Opportunity to receive regular health checks close to Home blood pressure Lestingi a blood sugar screening a cholesterol screening health r Isk appraisal a medication monitoring a smart stutters walking club 9p triglyceride screening a pneumonia vaccine please note 1 Here is a charge for the pneumonia vaccine and blood sugar cholesterol and triglyceride screenings Lor Alai tonal information please Call the Community i auction department at St. Francis Hospital at �5�-�054. Healing body mind and spirit St. Francis health system travel shutting Down the nations busiest rail corridor and forcing some 3 million people to endure another frigid Day in the dark and without Power. The death toll from the five Day onslaught Rose to 10 after police in Montreal discovered an elderly couple killed in one of Many House fires and a 90-year-old woman who died of hypothermia after refusing to leave her unheated Home. In the South the problem Wasny to ice but rain. Parts of the Southeast got As much As a foot of rain on wednesday and thursday. In particularly hard hit northeastern Tennessee floods left seven people dead including a Rescue worker and dozens missing. Upper Merion township a. Apr history buffs believe they have finally won a 70-year Battle to save a Boulder surrounded in revolutionary War lore. Hanging Rock considered a danger by the department of transportation protrudes from the Side of a Hill along state route 320 near Valley forge. It was listed on the National Register of historic places on dec. 24. The Valley forge historical society owners of the Rock since 1924, began campaigning to get it on the National Register in 1996. Society members say the listing was needed to thwart plans by Penn Dot to take off part of the Rock in a Road improvement project. A we Hope that the department of transportation will consider other alternatives beside destruction of the Rock to solve their Roadway problems a said society president Jean Pierre Touvel. According to Penn Dot it was never the departments intent to destroy the Rock. Penn Dot did submit a study to the state historic preservation Board contending that the Rock was unworthy of Register status. According to department spokesman Gene Blaum Penn Dot proposed cutting off some of the Rock to remove a safety Hazard. Matt Bochanski Penn Dot Highway design supervisor said the Road Width varies from 23 feet to 43 feet along that stretch. The area in front of the Rock is 24 feet wide but the Rock protrudes into that space actually allowing Drivers Only 20 feet of room. Amy Riggleman press Secretary for the Pennsylvania historical and museum commission said Register status will not make the Rock immune to Road improvement plans but Penn Dot will have to ensure that its plans make a minimal Impact on the Rock. The local Community first rallied to save the Rock in 1917, when the state Highway department proposed dynamite no it. The state eventually backed Down but five More Battles followed. Stacey Swigart curator of the historical society said hanging Rock has been the focus of Many legends since the revolutionary War. One has Gen. George Washington addressing his troops from atop the Rock during the Winter of 1777. Cranberry. Lawrenceville. Pittsburgh. New Castle. Ohio cellular service. Ight now you can get up to 30 minutes of local usage for Only $14.95 a month for the first six months. And you get a profile phone for an additional $9.95. Or you can add an extra line with Val share for just $10 a month a cellular paging and Long distance right Down the 1-800-325-5190 3212 Wilmington Road new Castle or visit our location inside Wal Mart a authorized participating 360� communications dealers business customers Call your sales representative for an appointment. A Tavvo year contract and new line of service required Access credit applies to six full months airtime taxes Long distance and roaming charges still apply airtime billed in 60/30$econd increments. Valu share a lines available on rate plans $34.95 and higher offer does not apply to prepay program offer expires february 7, 1998

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