New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania
20 Jun 1998

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20 Jun 1998

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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - June 20, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Today in sports stars of the Diamond who were the county a Best High school baseball players this Spring All the votes have been counted and the news sports department reveals the results. See Page is we of remember classified.22-32 comics tv.16 crossword.32 daily record 5 entertainment 13 horoscopes.31 living.9-12 money.14 obituaries.5 sports.17-21 if Neshannock Averne mansions Page businesses now just a memory by Leanna Norris new Castle news by Judy Hruska news correspondent summer starts tomorrow although this months Cool sell did continuous Rainy weather might Lead us to believe otherwise summer officially begins tomorrow at 10 03 . At least that a what the Calendar says. Here a to a great summer from the staff at the new Castle news. Elsie j. Dehaven 76, re 1 Pulaski Marguerite a Peg Gallaher 81, Ellport Bertha Gentsy 84, 1420 Wilson ave. Sherman a Paul Griswold 65, 510 Clen Moore blvd. Mark a. Roberts 29, Atlantic a. See Page 5 editor Dies Allison Park a. Apr James v. Tortola editor of the National newspaper of the italian sons and daughters of America died wednesday of heart disease. He was 89. Saturday sunday High 80 to 85 High in 80s Low 55 to 65 Low 55 to 65 the week ahead showers monday. High in 80s, Low 55 to 65. Partly sunny tuesday and wednesday. High each Day in 80s, Low both Days 55 to 65. Saturday sunday new Castle a june 20-21,1998 118th year no. 243 copyright 1998 new cast a Haws new Castle news Fame amp fashion a designer Tommy Hilfiger attracts a crowd during Pittsburgh promotional Stop today a obituaries weekend weather about the Man House a dad making fatherhood a full time career i Vii ifs la 1998 a decade ago Mike Nocera fit the stereotype of a Man who worked Long hours and left the child rearing and housekeeping duties to his wife Nancy who also worked full time. They were part of the rat race to the american dream. But the Ellport couple decided to break the Mold and do things their own Way. Ever since their son Christopher 9, was born Mike has been Home raising the children full time. Mikes responsibilities have grown Over the years with the births of twins Michelle and Nicole 5, and another child due in november. Nancy is a Billing manager for cardiac surgeons in Pittsburgh. In 1988, Mike was working As a marketing representative to 12 dominoes pizza stores while Nancy was employed by a Pittsburgh cardiologist. A i was making More Money but was working 70 hours a week on a regular basis a Mike 38, recalled. A i would leave Home around 9 in the morning and not get Back until 11 at night. If Nancy would have quite Matthew s. High news nine years ago Ellport s Mike Nocera left a full time Job to raise his children. They Are from left Christopher 9, and twins Nicole and Michelle 5. Her Job to stay Home with the kids she would be Here alone and i would never be Nancy also 38, recalls weighing aspects of both their careers before making the financial plans for their family to live off her income allowing Mike to quit his Job before Christopher was bom. A we not Only took salaries and benefits into consideration but also the time we each spent at work. Besides that he a real please see Man Page 6 we be come a Long Way baby Corly Rogers Kolodziej on May 12, her first birthday. A news editor reflects on his incredible first year As a father and realizes that there Are no Ordinary Days in parenthood. Every moments a Miracle. A a in Mon the last great journey Here a and people want me to Tell them what to a Morrie Schwartz from a tuesdays with Morries the first love of my life was basketball. The True love of my use is my wife Sally. But the unconditional love of my life goes to my daughter Carly. As you fathers out there know there a no escaping it. You re hooked. I am and it did no to take Long. From the first time i held my daughters hand last year As she Lay connected to what seemed like hundreds of tubes from the desk of Tim Kolodziej and machines to just the other evening when she walked Over to me and kissed me a nigh night As i went off to bed my first full year of fatherhood has been absolutely incredible. Now i did no to say it was easy. And i did no to say it was always fun. In fact next to the word incredible you might want to add challenging chaotic and scary. Then you could add miraculous. When last i wrote about Carly in this space for fathers Day 1997, Sally and i had just brought her Home from a three week stay at Magee women Hospital in Pittsburgh. Carly was bom with a life threatening illness and we were simply grateful for her to be pronounced healthy enough to leave the intensive care unit. A year later we re still walking on air. Today id like to take this Opportunity to thank All the people who have prayed for Carly and who continue to Monitor her Progress with cards letters and phone Calls. She a made remarkable strides and your support has played a major role. Carly is doing splendidly. On May 12, Sally and i helped her Mark her first birthday with a quiet Celebration Over dinner. We help but laugh As Carly stuck her hands in the cake. And we please see baby Page 6 inside mrs gathering at Ross Park red to shirts jeans hats and Denim shorts for an autograph session with an internationally known fashion designer. Some stretched the shirts across a Small table others were wearing them. Either Way they greeted Tommy Hilfiger among Bright yellow displays of his logo fragrances and the latest collection in Kaufmannn a department store. A today Tommy is nothing less than the Tommy most important Hilfiger designer in America a said Richard w Bennet chief executive of Kaufmannn a Ross Park mall As he introduced Tommy Hilfiger yesterday afternoon during a promotion for his new line of Active apparel and menus fragrance Hilfiger athletics a the Active a Pittsburgh radio station led the onlookers with music and Tommy trivia and gave away Hilfiger products and chances for a ride in Hilfiger a six Story athletics Airship. The designer arrived to sign autographs among his Bright yellow logos and a Row of models wearing the attire. Hilfiger a Stop in Pittsburgh is one of 25 the 196-foot Airship will make from june to december. Hilfiger a products comprise lifestyle collections for men women and children to reflect classic fashion motifs As Well As the latest trends. The Range of styles include classic preppy Rock a Roll and business fashions. So behind dividers that were set up near Racks of sunglasses and jewelry cases those awaiting his arrival As Well As people passing through the store sampled the Tommy fragrances and purchased shirts for the signing session. Hilfiger said he is excited about the response that the promotion has generated. Please see Fame Page 14 film review Disney so Mulany offers plenty for both kids and adults to enjoy see Page 14

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