New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 17 Jan 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - January 17, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
New Castle High players and fans celebrate the red Hurricane s win Over Butler last night. Andrew pleasant news a canes avenge Only loss of year just one week ago nobody knew if Desmond Whetzel would play in his teams biggest game of the year. No doubt Butler High head basketball coach George Abraham wishes he Hadnot. Whetzel who suffered a bruised shoulder and Lay motionless for five minutes after colliding with Shaler highs Tom Farrington Jan. 9, scored a game High 20 Points in leading new Castle High Over Butler 61-58, at a packed Neca i Field House last night. The win avenged the red hurricanes Only loss of the year a a 64-58 setback at Butler dec. 12 a and created a deadlock Between the a canes last night s scores and the Golden Tornado atop the Opial Section 3-aaaa standings. Both teams Are now 6-1 in the Section. New Castle which improved to 16-1 Overall had entered the game ranked second in the Plaa and second in the Opial. Butler 15-3 Overall had held Down the top spot in the latter and was no. 4 in the state. The a canes also got 14 Points from Justin Farris and 12 from Pat Cain. New Castle news sports writer Pat Broadwater and photographer Andrew pleasant were on hand for last nights action. Their coverage begins on Page 18. New Castle .61 Butler.58 Mercer .66 Wilmington .50 Ellwood City.72 center.55 farrell.55 riverside.25 neshannock.77 Union .74 Beaver .57 mohawk.45 shenango.69 laurel.47 High school Rol North Hills .63 Seneca Valley .53 Dup pages 18, 20 remember when. Shenango China dished up jobs inside. Classified.24-32 comics tv.23 crossword.29 daily record.5 entertainment.7 horoscopes.30 living .9-12 menus.8 obituaries.5 sports .18-22 re pm Ivor it Lubou icons finding funding a if your Cash flow is ebbing local experts say that there Are ways to get it shored up gop National committee turns Down abortion litmus test by John k. Manna new Castle news Indian Wells Calif. Apr heeding the pleas of party elders the Republican National committee rejected a proposal yesterday to deny Campaign funds to gop candidates who wont support a ban on certain late term abortions. The committee acted after chairman Jim Nicholson House speaker Newt Gingrich and a prominent anti abortion lawmaker House judiciary committee chairman Henry Hyde of Illinois warned that imposing a a partial birth abortion litmus test could Cost the party its majorities in the House and Senate. Instead republicans adopted an alter native criticizing president Clinton for twice vetoing Bills passed by the gop controlled Congress to impose a ban and demanding he a yield to the overwhelming will of the Public and sign such legislation. Nicholson noted that More than 350 democratic officeholders have become republicans in recent years feeling abandoned by their old party. A unlike the other party we wont begin i Hope defining away our friends a he said. But Tim Lambert of Texas author of the proposed funding ban said the opposite was True. He likened the Issue of a partial birth abortion to the debate More than a Century ago Over the morality of slavery. Making a Strong statement of principle would invigorate the party a political base Lambert said. A this is not Only the right thing to do morally its the right thing to do after More than an hour of debate though his proposal to place conditions on Campaign funding was watered Down on a vote of 114-43. Nicholson Laboured for Days to derail lamberts proposal reaching out to prominent lawmakers and others whose views might be persuasive with the in cd a 165 members. Hyde for example said he flew to this California desert resort town at Nicholson a request. A the worst thing you can do for the pro life cause is lose our majority a the Illinois lawmaker said in remarks before a hushed lunchtime audience several hours before the formal debate. Gingrich invoked former president Reagan a name As he argued against imposing a single Issue Standard on candidates. A Reagan understood that As the Leader of America and As the Leader of the Republican party it was his Job to bring us together not to find ways to tear us apart a he said. Getting off welfare May be a major hurdle for a lot of people. But once they find employment they May have a problem getting to their Job. Although the Lawrence county Board of assistance May see the problem once in awhile with its clients transportation usually is not considered an obstacle toward employment. A the transportation problem is not one we wrestle with every Day a said Louis f Palumbo executive director. A it does no to seem to be a glaring problem that we currently the state provides welfare recipients going through Job training $200 toward the Purchase or repair of a car. They also May be eligible for an allowance of 12 cents a mile. If they Are involved with the West Central Job training please see hurdle Page 6today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather meet Robert Bullano Eva v. Alberth 76, Ellwood City John e. Fee 37, 201 Mills Way Charles a. Gee 69, new Smyrna Beach Fla. Lila g. Gobert 78, Butler Samuel v. Trivilino sr., 73, 1025 Huey St. Margaret Venezie 85, monks Corner . See Page 5 sex Reagan staffer Dies Coffeyville Kan. Apr Rose Perkins a former staff member to Ronald Reagan when he was governor of California died tuesday. She was 75. Saturday High in the 30s Low in the 20s sunday High 25 to 35 Low in the 20s the week ahead Chance of Snow monday. High 25 to 35, Low 15 to 25. Cloudy tuesday. High 25 to 35, Low 15 to 25. Partly sunny wednesday. High 25 to 35, Low near 20. Occupation Semi retired member of new Castle City Council if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be teach Trust birthrate dec. 13,1953 the last Book 1 read the Bible Hometown new Castle favorite word Faith people May be surprised to know that i am very sensitive if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Rome what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county it is Rich with skilled people and culture least favorite word can to three words that describe me Best honest sincere aggressive if you do your current work what would you do i would service and counsel Peoples needs Best advice Ever Given gotten be yourself what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a have you done your Homework a saturday sunday new Castle a january 17-18,1998 118th year no. 111 copyright 1998 now Castle Nawa new Castle news last of a six part series by Lugene Hudson new Castle news saving Money has become More sophisticated than stashing a the dough in a cookie Jar. A poll taken by a Minneapolis based insurer said socking More Money away in the new year was once again the no. 1 goal among the 1,000 households questioned. But accumulating a nest egg is sometimes easier said than done. There Are ways to accumulate an extra Cash flow but those take discipline and a change in spending habits. People Are spending More than they May realize especially at Christmas time said Elizabeth Verterano a certified financial planner with american express financial advisors. For those who want to get their finances in order she suggested first keeping track of expenses for one month to see where the Money goes. Then try to set aside a Little each month or Start a Christmas club account. Credit card spending also needs to be controlled Verterano explained. A a that a one of the biggest mistakes people make a she said. A people will put extra Money into their mortgage but if there a a High interest rate or balance on their credit card they should apply that extra Money to paying off the Verterano urged cutting up extra credit cards keeping one for emergency situations. Frequently younger people done to take advantage of please see funding Page 6 getting off welfare just the first hurdle a once they land a Job former Aid recipients May find it hard to get there
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