New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 28 Nov 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - November 28, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
New Castle news remember when bands of �?T70s and �?T80ssaturday Sunda new Castle a november 28-29,1998 119th year no. 68 copyright 1998 new Castle news classified.24-32 comics tv.23 crossword.30 daily record.5 entertainment.13 horoscopes.28 living.9-12 money.13 obituaries.5 sports.17-21 fickle for Furby a shoppers turn out for the hot toy of season by Lugene Hudson new Castle news Kelly Blythe pushed her shopping cart through the toy aisle of Wal Mart super enter on her quest for a Critter called a Furby. But that search was All in vain. There Wasny to a flirty to be found. A a i Murr employee Reie Binigno nips customers in the please see Early Page 6 toy aisle of the super enter in Union Square. Robert a. Brightshue 43, san Francisco Joseph Dantico sr., 89, West Pittsburg Mary Piscitelli Ryan 83, 218 rear e. Home St. Sex antitrust chief Dies Stanford Calif. Apr William e Baxter who As antitrust chief in the Reagan administration settled the Case that broke up the nationwide Bell system died yesterday of emphysema. He was 69. Baxter was assistant attorney general for antitrust under president Reagan from 1981 to 1983 and established new More permissive merger guidelines for corporations. See Page 5 mostly sunny today. High 55 to 65, Low in the 30s. Mostly sunny again tomorrow. High 55 to 65, Low 35 to 45. Partly Cloudy monday and tuesday. High both Days 55 to 65, Low each Day in the 40s. New Castle head football coach Gary Schooley and members of the red Hurricane were saluted by their fans last night during a Pep rally on Kennedy Square Quot w5today�?Ts obituaries weather inside weekend business Holiday spirit reawakened Golden Hill nursing Home program delightful for residents by Judy Hruska news correspondent for some nursing Home residents Christmas is just a faded memory. Many have lost family members and friends Are disabled and unable to leave the Home and have few or no visitors from the outside world. It is with these people in mind that some local nursing care centers have come up with creative ideas to reawaken the spirit of Christmas. A a lot of people can to go anywhere for Christmas and in a one of them a said 76-year-old Ruth Stinson. Wheelchair bound she is unable to visit relatives Homes during the holidays. But because of a program that provides Christmas cheer to residents at Golden Hill nursing Home Stinson said she still enjoys the Holiday. When Santa Claus stops by the party thrown there on Christmas eve and distributes presents Stinson is delighted even More. A nine times out of 10,1 think its Frank in that Santa suit a she said. And she a right. For the past seven years Frank Yoho maintenance supervisor at the Home has donned the red suit and White Beard. Because he has a Jolly round face to begin with he prides himself on his ability to be Able to create the near perfect illusion of old Saint Nick. A most of the residents Are so unbelievably overwhelmed when they see Santa a Yoho said. A some Arentt coherent enough to really understand but you still see that dazzle in their Eye. They know its Santa. Its a Good feeling for me to be a Able to please there was a time when Christmas presents that were delivered to the nursing Home were saved to be Given out on Christmas eve. Inevitably for each person who got Joy out of receiving a gift there was another who had nothing to unwrap and no visitors said Lori Coyne activities director at Golden Hill. A it made you want to cry your eyes out a said Annette Ross director of nursing there. In 1990, the late Chervyl Wehr then director of nursing came up with the idea to Start a program where staff members would chose residents names in order to ensure that everyone would receive a Christmas present and was involved in the Holiday season. Originally an employee committee con please see spirit Page 8 8 a i up Tiffany Wolfe news residents of Golden Hill nursing Home help decorate one of the Many Trees that adorn the Home. Counterclockwise from left Are Jennie Mcnicholas Pauline Orlando Ruth Stinson and Maggie Russo
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