Practical nurse is honored
Practical nurse is honored After 20 years of whai she calls "rewarding service" .Mrs. Elizabeth Perrotta of 203 S. First St., a licensed practical nurse at St. Francis Hospital, plans to retire. She was a member tif the first state trained class of praclical nurses and for 20 years she has called St. Francis Hospital her "home away from iiome." She is reluctant to leave her friends and co-workers co-workers co-workers ol such long association. The work has been rewarding, she likens Hie girls at the hospital with her own daughter. Mrs. Patricia l.cl'ore, who is a registered nurse also working on the stalf at SI Francis. She is the wife af Anthony J. Perrotta who is employed as a custodian in the New Castle School District and is I he mo I her of four sons and one daughter. Her long-time long-time long-time associates ami the staff at St. Francis Hospital honored Mrs. Perrotta with a surprise dinner party on Friday in the Fast Wind Reslanranl. A tribute also was paid to Mrs. Ann Alfano who retired from the housekeeping and laundry departments of the Hospital nilcr 12 years of service. EIGHTEEN "A ;v;'l Wl-.-.i.. Wl-.-.i.. Wl-.-.i.. Wl-.-.i.. Wl-.-.i.. -y,:i -y,:i Mrs. Elizabeth Perrotla Pilot uninjured in crash landing HUTJ.Klt, Pa. UJPI) - An Armstrong County man escaped injury Sunday when his plane crashed into a grove of Irees while attempting an Gambling arrests NKW KENSINGTON, Pa. (UPfl - Stale police arrested 20 persons on gambling charges at the Greek Anchor Cluh Sunday. Louis E. Ciancutli, 39, steward, was charged with establishing a gambling bouse.