New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania
19 Sep 1998

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19 Sep 1998

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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - September 19, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a september 19-20,1998 119th year no. 8 copyright 1998 now Aatlo now huge upset new Castle red Hurricane shocks the heavily favored North Allegheny tigers who were ranked no. 4 in the state 13-7 at Taggart. Page in last night s scores new Castle.13 n. Allegheny.7 South side.38 union.19 center.44 ohawk.7 contour 21 City. 0 High school Roundup pages 15, 16, 17 Rochester 53 Neshannock 15 Wilmington 34 Slippery Rock 6 farrell.34 monaca.28 butler.17 Seneca Valley 7 inside too classified. .21-27 comics to. .28 crossword. .26 daily record. ________5 entertainment. .13 horoscopes. .25 living. .10-12 Money. .9 obituaries. .5 sports. .15-19 1801 game officers killing one Page 2 f Ather upset Over mix up at bus Stop by Rick Elia new Castle news a new Castle Man said his 5-year-old daughter wandered the streets for at least 30 minutes after her bus Driver dropped her off despite having no one at the bus Stop to meet her. School officials say they were not notified of other arrangements and this is not the first time a guardian was not present when the girl was delivered to her Stop. Daniel Koziol of 208 w. Lincoln ave. Said the Harry w. Lockley kindergarten and primary Center was notified that his daughter Samantha was to be picked up by her grandmother thursday afternoon. However she was still put on her bus after classes ended for the Day he said. A she was really upset a Koziol said of his daughters condition when he talked to her later. A she was crying really she was still upset yesterday and a she go to school. She was up half the night with Koziol said he Isnit upset with the District but with the Laidlaw transit co. Bus Driver who dropped his daughter off at Lincoln Avenue and Shenango Street when a there was absolutely nobody there for Laidlaw is contracted by the school District to provide bus service. He said his daughter asked the Driver to wait while she went to see if there was anyone Home but the Driver left instead. A i was mad at the bus Driver a Koziol said. A the should have had enough knowledge to not let her off the bus without an adult he said his daughter told him she went Home found the door locked and a just started walking around wandering around trying to find her Way to her grandmothers when her grandmother found the girl had been put on the bus she contacted Koziol who was at his sister in Laws residence he said. He went Home did no to find Samantha there and began checking with neighbors. Koziol said his daughter walked around for a at least one half hour to 45 minutes a until a Friend found her at Jefferson and Grant streets about 4 15 ., talking a to some Stonge the school District and bus company offer a different version. Assistant superintendent Nick Derosa said the districts policy is that a kindergarten student must be picked up at the Stop by a Parent or guardian or someone designated by a Parent or guardian. If no adult is present the child is returned to the school. Derosa said that Samantha has had to be returned to school three times this year because no one was there to get her however Koziol denied this saying it happened Only once. Karen Dicarlo manager of the local operations for Laidlaw said Samantha got off the bus with another girl a woman waved them on and they walked off in her direction. Koziol said the other girls Mother said his daughter never went to her Home and he does no to know who the woman Dicarlo referred to is. Pat George Lockley principal said the bus Driver told him Samantha got off the bus with the please see bus Page 9amish frustrated by Law requiring Cooling of milk before sales by Debbie Wachter Bonnie new Castle news Amish Dairy Farmers Are not Happy about the enforcement of a 13-year-old Law that requires milk to be cooled before it is sold to cheese plants. They Are asking that an exception be made in the Law for their sect because they do not have electricity to Cool milk to the required standards. State and local government officials have called a meeting for 7 30 Monday at the Lakeview fertilizer co. In Sandy Lake Mercer county to discuss the Issue. Representatives of the Pennsylvania department of agriculture Are expected to attend As Well As people from the Amish communities in Lawrence and Mercer counties. Jim Dell chief milk sanitarian for the department of agriculture in Harrisburg said he plans to attend the meeting to inform the Amish of the Laws. Regulations went into effect in 1985 requiring that Grade b milk a that which is shipped to cheese makers a be cooled to a maximum of 50 degrees at the farm and no higher than 55 degrees upon delivery to the Plant. A three year Grace period was allowed for Amish Farmers to find ways to comply with the Law. The Amish because they have no electricity traditionally have cooled their milk through a primitive method using Spring water. However higher temperatures this summer have resulted in the Spring water not being Cool enough for the Farmers to get their milk to 50 degrees or below Dell said. A a we be been taking strides to enforce the regulations a said Dell who has been in his position a few years. A the potential for pathogenic organisms to grow is greater with higher the department of agriculture has been conducting meetings during the past 10 years to better inform Farmers about milk regulations. Dell said he does not see the plea of the Amish As a reason for him to make an exception. A when you want to sell your goods to the Public you must meet the Public standards a he said. The local Amish sell their milk to two Ohio based cheese cooperatives a the Middlefield cheese Coop and the Brewster cheese Coop. The milk is transported to the plants in 10-gallon cans. The milk is tested on site and is rejected if it does not meet the requirements of the Law he said. The Amish of the new Wilmington area Are of the old order sect. They Wear Basic Blue clothing and because of religious beliefs follow simplistic lifestyles and farming practices that Are uncomplicated please see milk Page 8today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather meet David Plaufcan Anna m. Costello 87, 910 Temple ave. Charles j. Tom Anelleo 81, Lutz Dies Monterey Park Cal if. A George Danielson a former congressman who was a member of the House judiciary committee that considered impeachment proceedings against Richard Nixon died saturday of heart failure. He was 83. The Democrat represented the 30th congressional District from 1970 to 1982. He voted in 1974 to impeach Nixon who resigned before the full House could consider the High 75 to 85 Low 55 to 65 sunday High in 70s Low 55 to 65the week ahead Chance of showers monday. High 65 to 75, Low in 50s. Partly Cloudy tuesday. High 55 to 65, Low in 40s. Occupation building superintendent for St. Vitus school birthrate May 24,1977 Hometown new Castle favorite word peace if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Hawaii least favorite word hate if you do your current work what would you do culinary work if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be Faithf Armat Villa Maria the Sisters Are sowing seeds both spiritual and physical fourth in a weekly series by Debbie Wachter Bonnie new Castle news a full acre of sunflowers an abundant Herb Garden a gift shop an elegant Chapel a Book store a heritage room a 280-acre farm with organic gardens nature trails and 400 acres of Woodlands Are some of the sights visitors May take in at the Villa Maria Community in new Bedford. This practically self contained Community will be one of five stops on the free drive it yourself Lawrence county country tour sept. 26 and 27. The farmstead has been the Mother House to the Sisters of the humility of Mary for More than 100 years having been established in 1893. The Bounty from its gardens and Fields helps feed the Sisters who Are residents of an apartment Complex there As Well As visitors for meetings and retreats and needy organizations in surrounding communities. Villa Maria gives charities about $13,000 Worth of produce per year. The Community is run by sister Ruth Mary Powers who is the major Superior and sister Dorothy Zwick the administrator. Please see Faith Page 8 Paul Hawthore news Sisters of Villa Maria tend to their organic Garden with children from the Villa Maria head Start program. Clean up the streets last Good Book i read a a tale of two cities people May be surprised to know that in a compassionate what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county its a Community of hard workers three words that describe me Best honest dependable caring Best advice i Ever heard do your Best and All the rest will fall into place what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a Job Well done

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