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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - January 31, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
To saturday sunday new Castle a january 31-february 1,1998 118th year no. 123 copyright 1998 new cattle news. Of so close behind the 21-Point Effort of Demetrius Richman Union takes league leading Farrell into overtime before dropping a 65-60 decision. Page 15 last night s scores Farrell .65 union.60 new Castle .73 Seneca Valley .38 Neshannock 57 Shenango 55 laurel.43 Riverside 36 w. Middlesex .97 Wilmington 62 center.49 Mohawk 47 Beaver falls.75 Ellwood City.56 butler.80 Ambridge .55 High school Roundup Page 15, 17 inside t a a a classified. .21-28 comics to. .20 crossword. .26 daily record. .5 entertainment .14 horoscopes. .25 j living. .6-9 Money. .10 obituaries. Sports. .15-19 % residents recall 1964�?Ts blast at american Cyan amid Plant z line dancing a Perry township twins to perform during halftime at tomorrows pro bowl by Louise Carroll news correspondent Angelina and Christina Young 16-year-old identical twins at Ellwood City Lincoln High school will have an identical adventure in Honolulu tomorrow. The daughters of Gary and Bobbi Young of Perry township will dance during the halftime spectacular at the Nils acc pfc pro bowl football game at Aloha stadium. The Young Sisters have been dancing for 12 years at Barb Hope Neelys school of Baton and dance. They have honed their skills in a number of disciplines including Ballet tap jazz lyrical dance and Baton. Last year while competing at the Star Power nationals at Ocean City md., they were spotted by Talent scouts from All american cheer and dance who issued the invitation to dance at the pro bowl. The Competition also earned them three Gold medals and a Silver medal. They also won the super siblings award for their duet tap dance. Their Mother said a they perform to each others beat. Matthew s. High news Angelina and Christina Young will display their dancing talents at the pro bowl in Hawaii tomorrow. Absolutely after receiving the invitation to perform in Hawaii Christina said they immediately began begging their parents to let them go. Bobbi Young said a i had some serious concerns about letting my 16-year-Olds get on an air plane and go off to after Bobbi Young talked to the Talent scouts in charge and to others who be had the experience she decided to let them go. Early last sunday morning Angelina and Christina boarded a plane in Pittsburgh with 14 others. They cd All received red Back packs with the White initials a cd for All american cheer and dance so they would recognize each other. Christina and Angelina had never flown before and shared the same fears but decided a we Are going to get on the plane and for get about being scared a Angelina said. They be worked hard All week practising for the show As Well As competing in dance contests with opportunities to win $30,000 in scholarships. The dancers were told that football play please see dancing Page 10 j mow Law Insky Al l l. A tons current events teachers handle scandal with care by Lugene Hudson new Castle news amid allegations swirling around that president Clinton engaged in an affair with a White House intern its almost impossible to escape the flurry of discussions and speculation rampant just about everywhere. Schools Are no exception. Principals and teachers Are confronted with a whole new dilemma a How to Deal with current events that Deal with sex while trying to teach and encourage respect for the president at the same time. Nationwide some teachers report children just Arentt that interested in the current scandal. Others say details about sexual aspects of the situation done to necessarily need to be discussed at school and students should talk to their parents regarding sexual preference or sexual relations. That a the advice of or. Michael hink curriculum coordinator at Neshannock High school who said parents should always be involved in their child a education. If a student asks a teacher a rather delicate question it needs to be handled delicately hink said adding the staff is trained to be sensitive to Many issues. A so the teacher May suggest the student talk to his or her parents a he explained. There has been no official directive from administration to the teaching staff on How to handle discussions about the presidential scandal hink said. A i would suspect that in a current event or social studies class the topic May come up in general discussion if its applicable to what a being conversations about Clinton and Monica Lewinsky Are being handled similarly at Mohawk High school said Donald Matchett principal. The subject appears on the districts Channel 1 news a service provided to schools. The 12-minute program which is shown during mohawks homeroom period has addressed the ongoing scandal but Matchett said he Hasni to heard much discussion from students or faculty. A this does no to seem to be a big Deal a he said. The Impact of the presidential controversy is of no great concern at Lincoln High school either William Lyon assistant principal said. A a there a been no debate or organized discussion or anything like that a he said. A if it comes up for discussion during class As part of current events that a his opinion was echoed by Angelo Perrotta principal at new Castle High school. Certain classes such As problems of democracy or social studies May address the allegations against Clinton because the reports Are in the news he said. A a it a in the papers and the students read about it so they can engage in open discussion All based on each Perrotta said there a nothing in the new spa please see scandal Page 10 inside prosecutors question obscure presidential aide in White House sex scandal probe see Page 3 Ellwood solicitor defends Council a news report about possible Sunshine Law violation taken to task by Maryalice Meli new Castle news Ellwood City a Borough solicitor accused the new Castle news of a Fine pointing the Law in a Story thursday that alleged Council Mav have violated the states open meeting Law. On wednesday solicitor Edward Leymarie jr., Council the mayor and the boroughs electric consultants met with two prospective electric Power suppliers. The session was closed to the Public. The boroughs current Energy contract the provides the Purchase of bulk Power to its electric company for resale to residents expires feb. 28. The officials interviewed the Power companies about services they offer and How the Borough will be charged. The companies were Pennsylvania Power co. A the boroughs current Energy supplier and american municipal Power Ohio of Columbus that submitted the two lowest of six proposals. Leymarie said yesterday a i Dort. Feel the news is fair nor does it understand the process we re going through. If we did do something wrong it was not by intent. Our intent is to get the Best rate for the attorney Joseph Leighton of the Pennsylvania newspaper publishers association who specializes in please see Council Page 14 teen Ager struck vehicle Dies by Lawrence h. Barge jr., 18, of 62 Raymond St. Died thursday evening in mercy Hospital Pittsburgh from injuries received in an Accident Jan. 23 in Shenango township. Shenango township police said Barge was struck by a truck driven by Gary Lee Alley 24, of 341 Francis St. About 8 . On a. 65. According to police Alley said he was southbound near Cass Street when saw the teen standing in front of him. Alley said he attempted to swerve to the left to miss Barge but struck him. Barge was thrown onto the Roadway. Obituary on Page 5 today a obituaries weekend weather meet Edmund Jopek Lawrence h. Barge jr., 18, 624 Raymond St. Dorothy Brandon 52, Wampum re 1 Thelma j. Phillips 64, new Galilee re 1 see Page 5 a code talker Dies Gallur . Apr Carl Gorman a a code talker who helped americans allies communicate during world War ii by encoding military secrets in his Navajo language died of cancer thursday. He was 90. Saturday High in the 30s Low in the 20s sunday High in the 40s Low 15 to 25 the week ahead Chance of rain monday. High 45 to 55, Low 30 to 35. Chance of rain tuesday and wednesday. High both Days in the 40s, Low each Day in the 30s. Community it would be i would bring More employment the last Good Book i read in a a newspaper and Magazine Buff because i want to learn about current events people May be surprised to know that i was a fairly Good baseball player in my earlier Days what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county we have Good hard working people and a Scenic landscape three words that describe me Best honest sensible and energetic Best advice Ever Given gotten it is just As easy to do things right the first time As it is to do things wrong what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven if i could do one thing to improve the a Welcome you did a Good Job on Earth occupation owner of Jopek distributing member of new Castle City Council birthrate feb.2,1928 Hometown new Castle favorite word honesty if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Europe and Poland least favorite word can to if you do your current work what would you do i was a Carpenter for Over 30 years and i would go Back to that \ \
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