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Photos on April 13, 2012

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This pocket watch was recovered from the body of American postal clerk John Starr March, one of five mail clerks who died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and is on exhibit at the Natonal Postal Museum in Washington Friday Sept. 17, 1999. March and four colleagues gave their lives trying to save heavy bags of mail on the doomed RMS Titanic; the "RMS" stood for Royal Mail Steamer. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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This photo provided by Christie's auction house shows a life preserver from the ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic found during the initial search for survivors and owned by the same family for 90 years. Going on the auction block in June, it is the first Titanic life jacket to be offered at auction in the United States, and is one of about six believed to have survived to this day, Christie's said Thursday, May 29, 2008. (AP Photo/Christie's Images, Ltd.)

Added: Thu, May 29, 2008

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FILE--The Titanic leaves on her maiden voyage in this 1912 file photo. Explorer Robert Ballard, who led the U.S.-French expedition that discovered the remains of the sunken luxury liner ten years ago, is now setting out to explore the wreckage of Titanic's sister ship, the Britannic, in the Aegean Sea. (AP Photo/Frank O. Braynard Collection)

Added: Wed, August 30, 1995

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Survivors of the Titanic, from left, Reginald Burgess, 64, from Southampton, Edith L. Russell, from Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, and Edward Ryan, from Hull, Yorkshire, are shown in this undated photo at the Odeon Theatre, Leicester Square, London, England. The trio and eleven other survivors are attending a reception in connection with the film, "A Night to Remember" that is to be filmed by the Rank Organization. Russell, a fashion journalist and a first-class passenger on the Titanic, is holding the "lucky pig" that she had taken with her on the ill-fated voyage. Burgess was a chef's assistant and Ryan a passenger on the ocean liner that sank April 15, 1912. (AP Photo)

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An original Titanic third class menu postcard is seen at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Mass., Sunday, May 1, 2005. Detailing the meals available on April 14, 1912 is seen on one side of the card. The item will be auctioned off with other rare Titanic relics at the Museum. (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)

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The liner Titanic leaves Southampton, England on her maiden voyage Wednesday, April 10, 1912. (AP photo)

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A gold plated Waltham American pocket watch, the property of Carl Asplund, is seen at Henry Aldridge and Son auctioneers in Devizes, Wiltshire, England Thursday, April 3, 2008. The watch, expected to reach 15,000- 20,000 pounds, euro19, 000-25,000, US$30,000- 39,000 was recovered from the body of Carl Asplund who drowned on the Titanic and is part of the Lillian Asplund collection, the last American survivor of the disaster, which go on auction on April 19. Asplund was 5 in April 1912, when the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage from England to New York. Her father and three siblings were among 1,500 people who died. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

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A unique emigrant inland forwarding order to the White Star office in New York, is seen at Henry Aldridge and Son auctioneers in Devizes, Wiltshire, England Thursday, April 3, 2008. The order, expected to fetch 20,000-30,000 pounds, US$ 39,000-59,000, euro25,000-38,000, was recovered from the body of Carl Asplund who drowned on the Titanic and is part of the Lillian Asplund collection of Titanic related items which go on auction on April 19. Asplund was 5 in April 1912, when the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage from England to New York. Her father and three siblings were among 1,500 people who died. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Added: Thu, April 3, 2008

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A memorial to the men who perished in the Titanic disaster of 1912 was unveiled in Washington, D.C., on May 26, 1931, near the Licoln Memorial. The memorial is dedicated to the "men who gave their lives that woman and children might be saved". President Hoover was among the many distingueshed guests. (AP Photo)

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Currency, is shown as part of the artifacts collection at a warehouse in Atlanta, Friday, Aug 15, 2008. The 5,500-piece collection contains almost everything recovered from the wreckage of the RMS Titanic, which has sat 2.5 miles below the surface of the Atlantic ocean since the boat sank on April 15, 1912. (AP Photo/RMS Titanic, Inc.)

Added: Thu, January 5, 2012

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An undated image made available Saturday Sept. 22, 2007 of the key to the binoculars store on the Titanic, which fetched 90,000 pounds (US$181,000/130,500 euro) at auctioneers Henry Aldridge in Devizes, southern England, Saturday. The key, marked with the tag "Crows Nest Telephone Titanic" was not on the ship when she set sail from Southampton on her maiden voyage on Wednesday April 10, 1912. As a result the lookouts could not open the cabinet and had to rely on the naked eye as the ship navigated a treacherous ice field. A postcard (rear) sent home by a passenger on-board sold for 17,000 pounds (US$34,200/24,600 euro). (AP Photo/Henry Aldridge, HO) ** NO SALES **

Added: Sat, September 22, 2007

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A graphic illustrates the location where the wreck of the Titanic was found upright and intact by scientists September 1, 1985. It lies 560 miles (900 km) west of Newfoundland in water two and a half miles (4000 meters) deep by a navy ship, photographed by cameras on board the unmanned Argo vehicle. The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage April 14, 1912 after an iceberg cut a 300 foot gash in its side, killing 1513 people. 700 managed to survive. (AP Photo)

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** FILE ** In this 1912 file photo and provided by the Frank O. Braynard Collection, the Titanic leaves on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England. The tragic sinking of the Titanic nearly a century ago can be blamed on low grade rivets that the ship's builders used on some parts of the ill-fated liner, two experts on metals conclude in a new book. (AP Photo/Frank O. Braynard Collection, FILE)

Added: Wed, August 30, 1995

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FILE--Undated file photo of the doomed liner the S.S. Titanic. Salvage operators hope to raise a large chunk of the British liner, which sunk on it's maiden voyage 84 years ago, when it struck an iceberg in the north Atlantic. The salvage operation planned for late August.(AP Photo/PA,Files)

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The British liner Titanic sails out of Southampton, England, at the start of its doomed voyage on April 10, 1912. The ship struck an iceberg and sank on April 14-15, killing more than 1,500 of the 2,200 people aboard, many of them because there weren't enough lifeboats. (AP Photo)

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One of Titanic's life vests sits in front of a period poster advertising the White Star Line Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998, as part of the Titanic exhibit at the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, Va. The show, opening Saturday, Jan. 24, will feature numerous displays chronicling Titanic's fateful maiden voyage and the efforts undertaken to rescue passengers from the sinking ship. (AP Photo/Philip Holman)

Added: Thu, January 15, 1998

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A Titanic life-preserver, belong to a survivor, which is being auctioned in a Christie's Maritime sale, London, Wednesday, May 16, 2007. The century-old canvas jacket, lined with buoyant cork, belonged to Mabel Francatelli, one of 12 passengers to escape from the RMS Titanic in a lifeboat built to fit 40, the London-based auction house said. Her vest _ carrying her faded signature and those of seven other survivors _ was offered for sale along with a letter she wrote describing what happened that night. The lot was expected to sell for at least 50,000 pounds (US$100,000; 70,000), Christie's said.((AP Photo/Sang Tan)

Added: Wed, May 16, 2007

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The end of a deck bench which is part of the artifacts collection of the Titanic is in a secret hiding place in Atlanta, Friday, Aug 15, 2008 being prepared for shipping to the Georgia Aquarium for the public to see later. (AP Photo/Stanley Leary)

Added: Fri, August 15, 2008

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This undated image obtained from the Library of Congress shows views of the Olympic, right, and the Titanic in shipyard construction scaffolding in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The tragic sinking of the Titanic nearly a century ago can be blamed on low grade rivets that the ship's builders used on some parts of the ill-fated liner, two experts on metals conclude in a new book. (AP Photo/Library of Congress)

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A unique emigrant inland forwarding order to the White Star office in New York, is seen at Henry Aldridge and Son auctioneers in Devizes, Wiltshire, England Thursday, April 3, 2008. The order, expected to fetch 20,000-30,000 pounds, US$ 39,000-59,000, euro25,000-38,000 was recovered from the body of Carl Asplund who drowned on the Titanic and is part of the Lillian Asplund collection of Titanic related items which go on auction on April 19. Asplund was 5 in April 1912, when the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage from England to New York. Her father and three siblings were among 1,500 people who died. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Added: Thu, April 3, 2008

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ROBERT K. YOSAY|THE VINDICATOR...Frank Rendes and his Titanic memorabilia - E. Liberty St., Girard ...-30-

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The Luxury liner Titanic departs Southampton, England, prior to her maiden Atlantic voyage on April 10, 1912. (AP Photo)

Added: Tue, April 9, 1912

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Second class china used by passengers is a part of the artifacts collection of the Titanic which is in a secret hiding place in Atlanta, Friday, Aug 15, 2008 being prepared for shipping to the Georgia Aquarium for the public to see later. (AP Photo/Stanley Leary)

Added: Fri, August 15, 2008

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Second class serving china used by passengers is a part of the artifacts collection of the Titanic which is in a secret hiding place in Atlanta, Friday, Aug 15, 2008 being prepared for shipping to the Georgia Aquarium for the public to see later. (AP Photo/Stanley Leary)

Added: Fri, August 15, 2008

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This October 19, 2011 image provided by RMS Titanic, Inc. shows a cherub that once adorned the grand staircase of the RMS Titanic which was recovered from the ocean floor during an expedition to the site of the tragedy, on display. The piece along with 5,000 other artifacts will be auctioned as a single collection on April 11, 2012 100 years after the sinking of the ship. (AP Photo/RMS Titanic, Inc.)

Added: Wed, January 4, 2012

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The memorial for Col. George D. Wick at Oak Hill Cemetery on Youngstown’s South Side. Wick, the first president of Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., was among those who died on Titanic 100 years ago.

Added: Wed, March 28, 2012

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More than 170 people recently attended the seventh annual Celebration of Scouting fundraiser breakfast at the Holiday Inn in Boardman. So far, this year’s event has raised $24,243. As they prepare for the opening ceremony, the color guard pauses for a moment. From left are Eagle Scouts Joe Belgrade, Vincent Calautti, Marcus Masello, Mark Verostko and Anthony Calautti. Cub Scout Stephen Yerian is in front. Absent from the picture are Eagle Scout William Wainio and Cub Scout J.P. Yerian. The Whispering Pines District of the Greater Western Reserve Boy Scout Council serves families in Mahoning County and Hubbard, with 1215 youths involved in 42 units supported by 536 adult volunteers.

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Katie Berlon and Anthony Catalano

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Lee Keck and Alaina Cardon

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Randy Riccitelli and Danielle Bako

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalentis

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Mason’s Steak House, 38135 Salem-Unity Road, Washingtonville, will host a Build-a-Burger for Rescue fundraiser from 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. “You’ve Been Taxed, Now Relax” is the theme for the event, where supporters and volunteers from the Humane Society of Columbiana County will serve meals and carryouts. A portion of the proceeds and tips will benefit the agency. There will be a basket auction, prize wheel and giveaways. Patrons are asked to take paper towels, laundry detergent, trash bags, clay kitty litter, bleach and other shelter items to exchange for raffle tickets. Preparing for the fundraiser are, from left, HSCC volunteers Jesse Dobson, Nikole Davis and Katie Erwin; steakhouse owners and their pets Chris Mason with Clea and Mary Ann Mason with Chevas; and steakhouse employees Taylor Toothman and Kayla Smith. For information call 330-332-2600.

Added: Tue, April 10, 2012

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Approximately 100 seniors gathered at the Austintown Senior Center on March 15 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a potluck dinner. During the event, members honored Austintown Trustee Lisa Oles, second from right, for her support and volunteer hours at the center. Members of the center’s Advisory Council, from left, are Carol Ricker, chairwoman; Ron Borngesser; Ann Clark; Bill Bilicki; Betty Panno; Jim Henshaw, center director; and, far right, Gloria Habib.

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The Rotary Club of Youngstown is gearing up for its 13th annual reverse raffle and silent auction fundraiser April 27 at The Embassy in Youngstown. Admiring some of the gifts donated to the auction are, from left, Bill Petro, committee member; Linda Kostka, committee member; and Elayne M.S. Bozick and Debbie Esbenshade, raffle co-chairwomen.

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Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Vallus

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Members of the Mill Creek Chapter of American Business Women’s Association will have their annual basket auction April 22 at the Ursuline Center, 4280 Shields Road, Canfield. The doors will open at 12:30 p.m., and the drawing will begin at 3. There will be door prizes for $150, $100 and $50. Shown, from left, holding some of the basket items are chapter members Mandy Codespote, Judy Codespote, Jackie Fischio and Joyce Billock. The cost of admission is $5, which includes 25 chances on raffle items, door prizes and refreshments. Proceeds will benefit the chapter’s education fund.

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Josh Donchess and Michelle Pastello

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Omega Laboratories CEO John Vitullo, right, a 1975 Youngstown State University graduate, speaks with YSU students Danielle Fontaine and Joshua Pastor. Vitullo returned to campus Friday to speak to the biology department about drugs in the United States. Omega, of Mogadore, Ohio, is an organization that creates drug-testing products.

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Judge Joseph M. Houser, left, presides over the opening session of the new Boardman Court, 8110 Market St., on Thursday afternoon. Appearing before him on operating a vehicle while intoxicated and drug possession charges is Matthew Tomko, 22, of Canfield. Tomko’s lawyer, far right, is Stephen Garea.

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The Boulevard Tavern’s owner, Nick Petrella, 65, who was known for greeting each customer with a smile, died of an apparent heart attack Wednesday night. The Boulevard Tavern on Southern Boulevard is marking its 75th year, and Petrella was looking ahead to retirement.

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“Exit to the left,” said the operator of the Jack Rabbit roller coaster to the passengers taking the last ride on the coaster on the last day the amusement park was open to the public on Sept. 3, 1984. The Jack Rabbit originally was called the Dip-the-Dips when it was built in 1910. It became the Jack Rabbit in 1924.

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The Rapids ride was a popular attraction at Idora Park for decades. Boats would travel through a long, dark passageway and then descend a large chute into a waterfall. The Rapids later was renovated and called The Lost River. The fire that resulted in the closing of the park began near this ride in 1984.

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One of the most popular food stands at the park sold French fries. To this day, some Mahoning Valley restaurants try to imitate the taste of the park potatoes and call them Idora Park fries.

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This is the original look of the Idora Park Ballroom, which was constructed in 1910. It was a popular spot for dances and concerts, ranging from big bands to rock ’n’ roll groups. The ballroom was destroyed by a fire in 2001. Later that year, the park’s signature roller coasters — the Wild Cat and Jack Rabbit — were demolished.

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Crowds gather in a concession area underneath the former Idora Park’s rocket ride at an auction of park items shortly after the amusement park next to Mill Creek Park closed after 85 years.

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This first roller coaster at Idora Park on Youngstown’s South Side was built in 1902. This photo was taken from a slide show, “Idora Park : A Historic Look Back,” by Richard Shale, professor of English at Youngstown State University on Thursday at Park Vista Retirement Community in Youngstown. The coaster was 85 feet wide and 225 feet long.

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A beauty contest hosted by the Timken Bearing Co. took place at Idora Park’s swimming pool.

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Jay Williams, left, former Youngstown mayor and current executive director of the U.S. Office of Recovery for Auto Communities and Workers, makes a point at Thursday’s manufacturing summit in Youngstown. Jim Herrholtz, assistant superintendent for the division of learning for the Ohio Department of Education, listens.

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Steven Jonhson, 3, holds an enlarged banner of Skittles candy as he joins Los Angeles community members at a “Justice for Trayvon Martin hoodie rally” to protest the death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager who was shot and killed by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman.

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This undated handout photo provided by Joel Fagot and the journal Science shows Dora during a reading experiment. French researchers are showing that baboons can do what is essentially the first step in reading.

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, hug during a victory rally in Schaumburg, Ill.

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Fran Kranz, left, Chris Hemsworth and Anna Hutchison star in “The Cabin in the Woods.”

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Chris Diamantopoulos, left, Will Sasso and Sean Hayes star in “The Three Stooges.”

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