Vindy.com for August 25, 2002

Jump to: » Stories 

« News / 2002 / August / 25

Stories published August 25, 2002

'They can't take away my spirit'

Opinion: Poor Tim Ryan, he just can't seem to shake loose the Traficant monkey that has been on his back


MLS ROUNDUP Saturday's game

Rapids 3, Earthquakes 0 DENVER -- Chris Carrieri scored on a 30-yard pass from Carlos Valderrama


The Pearces mark 60th anniversary during dinner party in California

NUEVO, Calif. -- Mr. and Mrs. James E. Pearce, 29224 Obsidian Court, were guests of honor at a


BENEFIT CFF plans walk to raise funds

Food and beverages will be provided, and prizes will be awarded. BOARDMAN -- The third annual


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL St. Ed's knocks off Ursuline, 31-12

Four Ursuline turnovers were costly in the loss. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF


BRIAN RICHESSON | Scrappers Rickon gets call to Tribe's bullpen

Jim Rickon was on his way back from Jamestown, N.Y., with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers when he got


YOUTH AWARD| Junior Fair

The Junior Fair Outstanding Youth Award provides an opportunity to recognize youth actively involved


Melissa Wayland, Kevin Crump to marry in autumn

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wayland of 2248 Innwood Drive are announcing the engagement of


Christa Oliver is dancing her way to Britain to study at a prestigious school this fall.

Christa Oliver is dancing her way to Britain to study at a prestigious school this fall. By ROSA


Culinary extravaganza to feature international fare, auction, music

Area chefs will create everything from main-course dishes to desserts. YOUNGSTOWN -- The Edward W.


Lightning blamed in power failures

BOARDMAN -- Two Saturday afternoon electrical failures knocked out power to about 12,000 customers


SALEM Athletic facility gears up for opening

Memberships for the new nonprofit center are now on sale. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


NFL ROUNDUP Saturday's preseason games

Saints 31, Bengals 23 CINCINNATI -- Aaron Brooks led three crisp scoring drives, emphatically


Defense name of game at YSU

If there is one group of people who know just how good the Youngstown State football defensive unit


THE KOVELS | Antiques and collecting Royal Flemish glass has a distinctive appearance

In 1894, a new glassware was patented. It had heavy gold relief designs on multicolored panels in


PATRIOTISM This year's theme: 'Pride in America'

A tribute to local veterans, police officers and firefighters will be on the grandstand stage


Canoe trip planned

Canoe trip planned ORANGEVILLE -- Trumbull County Soil and Water Conservation District and Penn


BIKE NIGHT Agenda includes night just for motorcycles

The display of bikes will be one of the largest shows of its kind in this area, fair officials said.


New symphony director named

New symphony director named GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Michael Gelfand of Youngstown State University


MEGAN EVANS THOMAS SHANNON JR.

MEGAN EVANS THOMAS SHANNON JR. STRUTHERS -- The Revs. Edward Gretchko and Lee Diefenderfer


JOLENE SRNEC DOMINIC SPOSETTI

JOLENE SRNEC DOMINIC SPOSETTI CAMPBELL -- The Rev. John Trimbur officiated at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 3 at


DANIELLE MARKEL PATRICK HOPPER

DANIELLE MARKEL PATRICK HOPPER WARREN -- Church of the Blessed Sacrament was the setting at 2:30


CHOIR Diversity describes group

Choir members will sing two anthems during the service. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


COURTNEY DERHODES SHANE PHILLIPS

COURTNEY DERHODES SHANE PHILLIPS BOARDMAN -- The wedding of Courtney DeRhodes and Shane Michael


YOUNGSTOWN Schools' principals represent new breed

The three men fill the city's critical need for male principals in its 13 elementary schools. By


AGENDA

AGENDA MONDAY Austintown Township trustees, 7 p.m., township building, 82 Ohltown Road, regular


Fire damages duplex

Fire damages duplex YOUNGSTOWN -- Damage was estimated at $10,000 in a Saturday morning fire in a


YOUNGSTOWN Be strong but avoid the curse

The author urges women to answer the call to 'move up a level' in their religious life. By GARRY


MARTIN SLOANE | Supermarket Shopper A stroll down supermarket-history lane

I began writing Supermarket Shopper in 1969 and when I recently finished my 4,000th column, I began


EXHIBIT Black bears likely to be behind steering wheel

The bears spend most of their year on a 700-acre ranch in Texas. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF


YOUNGSTOWN Live broadcast sparks plan to extend party

Too many events offer hope but no follow-up, but not this one, the organizer said. By ROGER G.


CANFIELD Junior Fair adds space for animals

While the number of most animal projects in the fair has increased, the number of horse projects has


JUNIOR FAIR King, queen candidates

These 4-H members topped the competition in community service, project work and interview skills and


FRIDAY'S GAMES

FRIDAY'S GAMES American League Boston 4, Anaheim 1 Texas 6, N.Y. Yankees 2 Oakland 9,


TV stations to offer freebies and tryout

Fun and practical freebies will be available at the tents of local TV stations during the Canfield


Ridge Crest award for excellence

Ridge Crest award for excellence WARREN -- Ridge Crest Care Center, 1926 Ridge Ave., received the


FOOTBALL Western Reserve holds off Malvern

The Blue Devils posted a 33-26 victory. By RYAN JONES VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT MALVERN -- At


'Limited only by your imagination'

By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT For many gardeners, a flower bed just isn't worth a


Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


WHAT'S FREE

WHAT'S FREE Canfield Fair Many attractions at the 156th Canfield Fair my be enjoyed at no cost.


BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVES TODAY Sims Auto Park, 3100 Elm Road, Warren, noon to 5 p.m. MONDAY Club South,


Celebration to mark 4-H's anniversary

CANFIELD -- The Mahoning County 4-H program will have a centennial birthday celebration Sept. 1 from


License plates in parking lot belie prison's claim of sensitivity to families

Opinion: License plates in parking lot belie prison's claim of sensitivity to families EDITOR: While in


KEYSTONE CLIPS Red Cross issues call for volunteers

The Mercer County Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for volunteers. The agency needs


Waldman-Kay wedding date to be Sept. 21

YOUNGSTOWN -- Announced by Dr. David and Judy Waldman, 2910 Biscayne Ave., is the engagement of


Fair board plans to take extra safety precautions

Terrorism and perpetrators of other crimes aren't the only concerns; weather also could pose a


CAREER PATHS

CAREER PATHS MANUFACTURING GARRETTSVILLE -- W & amp;W Holdings, the parent company of Amweld


St. Elizabeth's Safety Village to skip fair

CANFIELD -- St. Elizabeth Health Center's Safety Village will not be at the Canfield Fair this year.


JOANNA MALMISUR SAMUEL OLIVER

JOANNA MALMISUR SAMUEL OLIVER CANFIELD -- Joanna Malmisur of Canfield and Samuel Oliver of


MEDICAL BUILDING Screenings give money's worth

The county medical society has provided information at the fair for more than a half-century. By


FAIRFIELD, OHIO Jungle Jim's is a shopper's paradise

The four-acre grocery store offers everything from Irish brown bread to mushrooms from all over the


A superintendent's tips for getting to and from school safely

Opinion: EDITOR: The first day of school is fast approaching and soon, early morning school bus rides will


HOLLY DRAGOMIR DANIEL WYTKO

HOLLY DRAGOMIR DANIEL WYTKO AKRON -- St. Martha Parish was the setting at 1:30 p.m. July 27 as


FAST FACTS

FAST FACTS 'Sue Thomas: F.B.EYE' Premiere: 9 to 11 p.m. Oct. 13. Time slot: Sundays, 9 to 10


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner N. Castle grads join college HOF

A pair of New Castle High athletes, who went on to good careers at Westminster College, will be part


Special to the Vindicator

Special to the Vindicator RADIO PERSONALITIES: Tom Joyner, right, and his sidekick, Tavis Smiley,


LOWELLVILLE Flip Jendre48 Jerry Murray48 Tom Stockunas 47 Doug Worrell47 Dave Zofko47

LOWELLVILLE Flip Jendre48 Jerry Murray48 Tom Stockunas 47 Doug Worrell47 Dave Zofko47


DEBRA BURNS MARK KELLER

DEBRA BURNS MARK KELLER ONTARIO, Canada -- Debra Burns, 39183 Crestview Road, Leetonia, and Mark


LINDSAY BERGER MARTIN RAUPPLE

LINDSAY BERGER MARTIN RAUPPLE BERLIN CENTER -- Martin Raupple and his bride, the former Lindsay


MUSIC For Greenwood, tradition counts

Two decades after Lee Greenwood made a big splash in country music, he's moving ahead with a new


Guerrieros will mark 50th at buffet reception

BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. James Guerriero of Boardman will be honored Sept. 1 at a buffet reception


JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Replace old range hoods with quieter models

Q. My kitchen has an old noisy range hood and it looks old-fashioned. I would like one that has


AMANDA LUCAS ANDREW PONDILLO

AMANDA LUCAS ANDREW PONDILLO CANFIELD -- Amanda Lucas, daughter of Ken and Sally Lucas, 205 S.


Knight Ridder Tribune

Knight Ridder Tribune CHAMPION SWIMMER: The U.S. Postal Service is honoring Duke Kahanamoku, who


The 16 Canfield Fair Board directors:

The 16 Canfield Fair Board directors: KATHRYN BENNETT Hometown: Green Township Departments


FAIRGROUNDS The Big Rock has interesting history

The boulder, composed of large crystals of feldspar and flakes of biotite and pyroxene, is foreign


YSU tuition increase should be last resort

Opinion: Faculty and classified employees at Youngstown State University will receive a significant boost in


THE VINDICATOR | Contest winners

Children from throughout the Mahoning Valley and other areas entered this year's Vindicator Coloring


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ANDERSON & lt;/B & gt;,

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ANDERSON & lt;/B & gt;, Ferdinand E. &


WARREN Horse show to raise funds for Animal Welfare League

The group depends on donations and fund-raisers. WARREN -- More than 300 participants are expected


MIKE BRAUN Duck and dove season news

There will be 60 days of duck hunting in 2002-03 for Ohio waterfowl hunters with the season


STATISTICS

BATTING ABRHHRRBIAVG Ben Francisco of1804067219.372 Eider Torres inf3951204.308 Brian Wright


KRISTINE SMITH THOMAS AKERS JR.

KRISTINE SMITH THOMAS AKERS JR. BOARDMAN -- Kristine Robin Smith and Thomas A. Akers Jr., both of


OHIO WATERFOWL Dates, limits

The duck hunting season (except pintails and canvasbacks) in the north zone is Oct. 19 through Nov.


TRACEE MOSS SCOTT LINEBAUGH

TRACEE MOSS SCOTT LINEBAUGH COITSVILLE -- Victory Christian Center Church was the setting July 27


HARNESS HORSEMEN Amid racing events, funds will be raised for food bank

The association is providing a big assist to the Second Harvest Foodbank of the Mahoning Valley.


TODAY

TODAY Veterans Radio Programs, WNIO-AM (1390), 6:30 a.m.; WRTK-AM (1540), WBBG-FM (106.1), both at


Participants for parade

Participants for parade LOWELLVILLE -- The Lowellville Day Committee is seeking participants for


Firefighter grant

Firefighter grant SHARON, Pa. -- The city has been awarded a $53,773 federal grant for equipment


Cop's job is anything but dull

By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER FLASHING RED LIGHTS IN THE REAR-VIEW mirror send


Several local residents who attended the Twins Days Festival earlier this month in Twinsburg took

Several local residents who attended the Twins Days Festival earlier this month in Twinsburg took


JUNIOR FAIR | Schedule

TODAY 1-7 p.m.: Booth setup and distribution of packets to advisers, Building 25. MONDAY 1-9


NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers rally in ninth for victory

Brian Wright's two-out single brought home the game-winning run. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR


NEW WILMINGTON, PA. Forum explores changes to telecommunications regulations

A law regulating high-speed access is expiring in 2003. NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Experts from the


JACK WOLLITZ Anglers of all stripes can tell the same stories

The other day I was roaming the aisles at the Gander Mountain store in Niles searching for odds and


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

WEEKEND RESULTS FOOTBALL AREA SCORES Chaney 19, Austintown Fitch 13 East Liverpool 21,


TRICIA WALCOTT SCOTT LENHART

TRICIA WALCOTT SCOTT LENHART BOARDMAN -- The Rev. Daniel Venglarik officiated at 1:30 p.m. July 27


FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK Antjuan Adkins

The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force are asking the public to help find the


NEW CASTLE, PA. Effort to monitor West Nile continues

By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- For the past few summers, Jerry


INFORMATION

INFORMATION If you go Location: Jungle Jim's International Farmers Market is at 5440 Dixie


Bondars jubilee is celebrated, vows renewed

AUSTINTOWN -- Friends and family members were present Aug. 3 as Mr. and Mrs. John Bondar, 4170


Ellasheks mark 50th anniversary at dinner party

AUSTINTOWN -- Friends and family gathered Aug. 10 at the Holiday Inn, Boardman, to honor Mr. and


BOARDMAN Artist returns to create something special

The special effects artist plans to open a studio here in about a year. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.


Marriage vows are renewed by Greens on 25th anniversary

YOUNGSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Green, 237 Mumford Circle, celebrated their 25th wedding


NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers sweep past New Jersey

Mahoning Valley took three straight from the Cardinals after 10-9 and 5-0 wins Saturday. By BRIAN


STACIE HANNON | MATTHEW DUNN

BOARDMAN -- The home of Matt and Penny Hannon, 485 Ewing Road, was the setting at noon Aug. 24 for


Rayen's new hire 'happy to be back'

'This is going to be a school where people are calling me up and wanting to get their kids to attend


TAKE YOUR SEATS

TAKE YOUR SEATS Grandstand events Wednesday: Lee Greenwood and Sandi Patty concert, 8 p.m.,


Closing in on Enron crooks

Opinion: The federal government appears to be going after the crooks who ran Enron and doing so with gusto,


YWCA seeks nominations for Women of the Year awards

YOUNGSTOWN -- Nominations are being accepted for the YWCA of Youngstown's 25th annual Women of the


VETERANS

VETERANS Meeting changed The Mahoning County Veterans Service Commission has changed its meeting


Honorees take time to volunteer

Canfield Fair's 'outstanding families' are recognized for years of community involvement. By ROSA


Thanks to Graceland, Elvis Presley's estate has done better financially than Presley himself. E5

Thanks to Graceland, Elvis Presley's estate has done better financially than Presley himself. E5


Rosanna Miller, Patrick Howlett will exchange vows Sept. 20

Rosanna Miller of Poland and Patrick Howlett of Dayton are announcing plans for their late-summer


LIBRARY PROGRAMS | September

YOUNGSTOWN AND MAHONING COUNTY "Back to School with Captain Underpants." Stories, craft and games


ATTENDANCE

ATTENDANCE By the numbers The Canfield Fair is Mahoning County's largest annual event and the


SCOTT SHALAWAY Cardinals -- America's favorite bird

Ask ten people to name their favorite bird, and at least five will say "cardinal." It's beautiful,


WARREN City cites landfill for leaving gates unlocked

By DENISE DICK and PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN -- A city health official


LIMELIGHTS

LIMELIGHTS Awards and achievements CANFIELD -- Wayland Russell, chairman and chief executive of


SUSPENDED GAMES Chaney holds on to beat Falcons

After storms washed out the finish of the game Friday, the Cowboys came back Saturday to win 19-13.


Russia demands action on rebels

Russia demands action on rebels MOSCOW -- Russia demanded Saturday that Georgia take decisive


OHIO GOVERNOR'S RACE

Associated Press THE CAMPAIGN TREK: Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tim Hagan, left, speaks at


Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Far From Home:

Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Far From Home:


HUBBARD Soccer youths look into history

Team members left their own small tribute at the memorials. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR


PROFILE | Bob Rose A lifetime of service to fair

The Elijah J. Williams law office was the first historical building in the Canfield Fair's Western


FISHING

FISHING Book signing, fly tying Jay "Fishy" Fullum of Ravena, N.Y., will be signing his new


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. Boat owners wishing to rent public boat docks at Ohio State Park


Curatola jubilee is celebrated at family party

ENON VALLEY, Pa. -- A family party was held Aug. 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Curatola, 336


NEW CASTLE, PA. Effort to monitor West Nile virus continues

By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- For the past few summers, Jerry


AT YOUR CONVENIENCE Run your errands at the fairgrounds

The Canfield Fair first-aid station, bank and post office make for a convenient day at the fair.


Several state and local agencies are working to promote seat-belt use over the Labor Day weekend as

Several state and local agencies are working to promote seat-belt use over the Labor Day weekend as


HEALTH BUILDING | Exhibits, screenings

The health exhibits are presented at the Canfield Fair by representatives of the Mahoning County


'PENNY BURFORD' Lessons of a woman are no small change

A single discarded nickel changes the course of a young woman's life and the lives of others. By