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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - October 31, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Saturday sunday maw Castio it oils win. 11998 tilth Var to. 44 copyright 1998 new Castle news Happy halloween <3castle news canes it Wasny to easy but new Castle clinched its first Opial playoff berth since 1987 with a Nail biting 17-14 Victory Over Butler last night. Punk id new Castle .17 butler.14 Ellwood city.19 riverside.6 hickory.20 laurel.10 shenango.28 mohawk.12 wilmington.48 reynolds.0 Paul Hawthorne news Union .42 new Castle s Devin James salutes the fans after a touchdown run. Neshannock.7 classified. .21-28 comics to. .13 crossword. .26 daily record. .5 entertainment .9 horoscopes. .26 living. .10-15 Money. .5 obituaries. .5 sports. .16-20 a haunted houses scare up fun throughout Lawrence county Pagi 14 Ronald r Davis 59, Center township Rose Denucci 81, 1022 Hazen St. Margaret h. Dobbin 64, Nashville Tenn. Mike Dugan 72, 724 Brooklyn ave. Ernest d. Schepp 73, port Lauderdale Fla Florence m. Yoho 77, 101 Cambridge see Page 5photographer Dies Redwood City Calif. Apr Edwin Hoffman a Veteran news photographer whose work included graphic photos of the korean War combat died oct. 14 of cancer. He was 74.saturday sunday High 55 to 65 High 45 to 55 Low 35 to 45 Low 30 to 40the week ahead Chance of showers monday. High 45 to 55, Low in the 30s. Chance of showers tuesday. High 35 to 45, Low 25 to 35. Sultans of Siig a legends of music world among charter inductees at vocal group Hall of Fame by Debbie we cheer Bonnie new Castle news manner Nign a two Reese Palmer left of the marquees and Albert Diz Russell of the orioles do a Little Harmony for the television cameras at the vocal group Hall of Fame and museum yesterday. Sharon yesterday was an emotional Day for Bill Pinkney the Only remaining original member of the original drifters. The Gray haired african american Singer sharply dressed in a Black Tuxedo broke into tears during an inductee ceremony of the vocal group Hall of Fame and museum while accepting a plaque on behalf of the legendary 1950s group. A a in a like to say he stood at the podium Bent Over the microphone in silence for several seconds then tried again. Overcome with emotion his shoulders and voice Shook As he said a thank Pinkney accepted the induction on behalf of the three deceased original members of his group. The quartet is one of the eight charter inductees of the museum that opened in december in downtown Sharon. Pinkney his voice faltering continued a god spared my life and the reason Why in a thanking god so much is because he a letting me smell the the afternoon was somewhat lighthearted and Businesslike until Pinkney took the stage. His words Drew an applauding audience of about 200 people to its feet causing several people who were affected by his show of emotion to wipe tears from their faces. The original drifters singing since 1953, produced Many hits Over the decades. Their rendition of a White Christmas became a hit second Only to the version made famous by crooner Bing Crosby and Pinkney is credited As a performer on the original Vinyl. The group was started by Clyde Mcphatter who with Pinkney and Gearhart and Andrew thrasher Hail from North Carolina. They topped the charts with their first release a Money Honey a and continued with a string of about 12 top 10 rhythm and blues hits that included a such a night and Honey attending the ceremony to accept inductions besides Pinkney were famed actor and Singer de Ames on behalf of the Ames Brothers Alan Jardine of the Beach boys Tim Hauser of the Manhattan Transfer Albert a a Dizz Russell and three other Mem please see vocal Page 3 occupation monster Community College English instructor birthrate last time storm Hometown London feet Rome arms amp legs Budapest head hands and Torso first childhood memory. Hearing doctor shout a a it a alive a favorite word Yahtzee if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be get rid of mean peasants carrying torches last Book i read a i just Wanna be loved is that so wrong a by Harvey Fierstein favorite food a count cd ocular Berry stuff make face break out people May be surprised to know my bolts Are real. And they re spectacular Vicki Youngberg if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Penway Park in Boston to see so called Green monster everyone talk about least favorite word aaa laugh if i had Nickel for every time i hear Hill View �?T99 losses May total 422,088 a nursing Home managers project the deficit in draft budget presented to county by John k. Manna new Castle news a draft budget for Hill View Manor projects a net operating loss of $422,088 for the county owned nursing Home in 1999. That picture was presented to the Lawrence county commissioners yesterday by Complete care services inc., which manages the nursing Home. Larry Epting chief financial officer of the Eastern division emphasized that the budget is a draft. Revenue is projected at $4,977,466 and Esq lenses at $5,139,553 for an operating loss of $162,087. However depreciation and interest add another $260,000 to the loss. Epting said the budget takes into consideration a change in medicare reimbursement. The reimbursement is expected to drop from $270 a Day to $140 for each medicare resident. The daily loss based on a projected average of six medicare residents a Day would be $780, or about $285,000 for the entire year. Please see Hill View Page 2 second graders gather to remember classmate a John f. Kennedy students eulogize 7-year-old redhead with cards and Flowers by Nancy Lowry new Castle news Vicki Youngberg is remembered As a Little girl with a big heart. A she had no trouble expressing love to others a her teacher Yvonne Chichin said. Her second Grade classmates presented hand made sympathy cards and a bouquet of 21 White silk roses to Vicki smother Dawn Youngberg and grandmother Peggy Weck Erly thursday at a school wide memorial program for the red haired freckled 7-year-old who died sept. 20 in an automobile Accident. Following the program in the school gym the second graders gathered on the front Lawn of John f. Kennedy primary Center around a Blue Spruce tree that was planted oct. 19 in Vicki a memory. The roses were provided through a donation by the Pat. The tree provided by Mcconnell amp Mcconnell Nursery and planted by Matteo amp sons landscape services. Or. Mabel r. Paige principal noted that the a a bubbly Vicki was a a Friendly girl who loved everyone and we loved primary participants in the program were the students of room 203. After learning of the car crash Chichin invited her students to express their feelings. Six classmates read their cards which noted that Vicki loved the color purple loved to play on the playground and that she was a my Best a she was a kind Sweet Loving Little girl who cared for everyone Chichin said. A i was her teacher for Only three weeks but i was touched by her big Chichin read a poem a White roses a and her students presented their Flowers. The song a a White Rose a was Sung by teacher Timmie do Errico accompanied by William Sanders. When Dawn Youngberg tried to express her thanks to the students faculty and staff she was overcome with emotion. Her Moth please see Vicki Page 9today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather meet Frank n. Stein who would play you in a movie buddy Hackett three words that describe me Best me. Hate. Broccoli Best advice i Ever heard keep head in game. Mine fits nicely in a ctn Vister Box
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