New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 7 Nov 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - November 7, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Saturday sunday new Castle a november 7-8,1998 119th year no. 50 copyright 1998 now Castle news new Castle news Shenango rallies from a 17-Point deficit to pull within a Field goal of Washington but Michael Sutton a 85-Yard to return on ensuing Kickoff lifts proxies to a 31-21 Victory canes move on Devin James rushes for 132 Yards and a touchdown to propel new Castle to a 23-10 win Over upper St. Clair and into quarterfinals against Greensburg Salem High school Roundup Puges 17-19 Matthew s. Migh news new Castle s John Rosati 22congratulates Justin Sheldone after his third Quarter touchdown against upper St. Clair last night. Paul Hawthore news Shenango s de Lynch stiff arms Washington s Michael Sutton. Matthew s. High news i i whim. Tin cow my education station Wilmington township couple remodelling school As their next Home by Judy Hruska news correspondent Frank and Roanna Sokevitz owned the Neshannock Falls school for two years before they came up with the idea of making a Home out of the school Frank had attended As a child. The lifelong residents of Wilmington township had previously built two Homes with the help of Amish carpenters. This time they decided not to work from the ground up but to Start with a building that had some history. According to research done by Dorthea Moore Snyder of Volant a former teacher at the school the Brick one room school on Neshannock Falls Road was built in 1871 or 1872 on land donated by the Adam Wilson family. Classes were held until 1947, when the handful of students in attendance were sent to Shepherd and Fayette . A Lauri and Rob Ellis uncover a treasure in their 107-year-old Sheridan Avenue Home. A North City travel transforms former pizza shop into spacious office. See pages 2,6 Franks parents Bernice and Connie Sokevitz bought the building in 1950 from the school Board. At first a displaced family temporarily set up housekeeping there. It made a primitive Home at the time with outhouses and no running water. Next it housed two different churches before Connie used it As a storage facility for his farm. In 1996, Franks parents gave him the school where he had attended first and second Grade from 1945 to 1947. A some people wanted to buy it and make a shop in it but i just Wasny to sure what to do with it a said Frank 59. Roanna 57, recalled the idea of converting the building into a Home first occurred to her during a sunday drive. After they had sold the second Home they a built they moved into an apartment. They had been entertaining ideas of building another Home. A we were driving by and i said a what if we turned that into a Little House a Frank really did no to say much about a i was worried about getting a septic tank approved for it at the time a he explained. A Well i dropped it and about two weeks later we stopped there and started looking around and planning the House a Roanna continued. The couple has gotten approval from the Wilmington township supervisors and installed a septic system and Well. New electric service has been hooked up to the building. Please see station Page 7 two facilities get new management a St. Francis will lease Troggio Sas medical facility by Cathy Quimby new Castle news St. Francis health system will lease Troggio a and remodel the banquet and meeting Center to accommodate two physicians who Are in partnership with or. Elbert Acosta. Troggio a along with another facility to be built in Portersville will give Acosta and St. Francis four centers in the Community. The banquet Center will continue to operate until the end of the year. While Many of acostas patients Are from Shenango township and the Southern part of the county they Are travelling to please see Troggio a Page 7 a Thomas George Robert Bruce buy Washington Centre by Nancy Lowry new Castle news local developers Thomas George and Robert Bruce partners in Cascade development corp., have purchased Washington Centre. The deed was transferred last week at the Lawrence county government Center. George yesterday declined to name the Selling Price. Through Cascade development corp., George owns the Neisner building which faces on East Washington and South Mill streets and is located across Washington Street from Washington Centre. The Neisner build please see Centre Page 2today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather meet Nathan Hall Susan Braho 84, Edinburg Josephine l. Perifano 99, new Wilmington see Page 5 sex Reagan Bush aide Dies in crash Faribault Minn. Apr Kenneth Bastian a former Campaign press Secretary for presidents Reagan and Bush died thursday when his jeep collided head on with a tractor trailer. Bastian was 49. Saturday High in 40s Low 25 to 35sunday High 35 to 45 Low in 20sthe week ahead mostly Cloudy monday with a Chance of showers. High 35 to 45, Low 25 to 30. Clearing tuesday. High 45 to 55, Low in 30s. Occupation correspondent new Castle news waiter China banquet transient student at Youngstown state University birthrate oct. 6, 1976 Hometown new Castle favorite word its too obscene to print if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Barcelona a great City i have Many fond memories of least favorite word censor if you do your current work what would you do lament that in be been denied my vocation into Community it would be drive More carefully last Book i read a the human conditions by Aldus Huxley people May be surprised to know that the Peanut is neither a pea nor a nut what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county it has potential three words that describe me Best us. Us. Wait Best advice i Ever heard keep your hands and head up in every situation what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a so you were unsure of my existence a
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