21 WFMJ archives  / June 5, 1983 | Delegates to Buckeye Girls State and some of their sponsors 41 years ago were, front row, from left, Pam Mix, Gina Hvisdak, Mary Beth Siva, Mrs. Joseph Humberston, Mrs. Frank Holcshuh, Sheila Payne, Audrey Salerno, and Kathy Donaldson; second row, Valeria Ellis, Carol Sorenson, Terese Schepka, Kristine Bowers, Lisa Bennett, Susan Kish, Laura Liu, Stephanie Mylan, Susan Ivan; third row, Elizabeth Lewis, Denise Argenziano, Sharon Ritzert, Gale Wire, Cheryl Rhodes, Missy Rocci, Sharlene Argenziano.

June 22

1999: Trumbull County Commissioners Michael O'Brien and Joseph Angelo say they hope the Mahoning County Democratic Party names someone with government experience to the seat vacated by Atty. David  Engler because the remaining Mahoning commissioners lack experience. David Ludt took office in January, and Vicki Allen Sherlock took office in April, replacing Frank Lordi. 

Two Columbiana County commissioners, Cathy DeFazio, and David Cranmer, say they oppose a private prison in Wellsville or anywhere else in the county. U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. has been promoting the Mahoning Valley as having multiple possible sites for new prisons by the Corrections Corp. of America. 

Cortland City Council votes 6-1 against placing a 3-mill replacement police levy on the November ballot.

1984: U.S. Rep. Lyle Williams, R-17th, breaks a leg during the congressional baseball game. His press secretary, Carl Basic, says Williams had to cancel a trip to London where he could help negotiate the release of three employees of Bucheit International who are being held in a contract dispute with a Saudi prince. 

The Niles Cab Co., which was on the verge of closure, was bought by the Cardinal Cab Co. of Warren, which will expand its service to Niles. 

State Sen. President Harry Meshel, D-Youngstown, says a commitment to careful spending by Gov. Richard F. Celeste is allowing the state to issue $50 million in income tax rebates. 

1974: William M. Cafaro, board chairman of Cafaro Co., is appointed by U.S. District Judge Frank Battisti to be the special master in charge of seeking companies to take over Standard Oil of Ohio's retail outlets.

Coming to Ponderosa Park near Salem, one of the nation's most popular country music groups, the Statler Bros.

City Asphalt and Paving submits the only bid for the rehabilitation of the two main runways at the Youngstown Municipal Airport, bidding $3.1 million, about $170,000 above the engineer's estimate. 
1949: As temperatures reach 94 degrees in downtown Youngstown, crowds of youngsters jam the city's now-opened swimming pools. 

Michael J. Malmer, general manager of Youngstown Municipal Railway Co., announces the suspension of 20 bus runs because of low ridership and competition from private cars and share-the-ride groups organized during a 17-day strike by drivers. 

Frank B. Jones, Youngstown sealer of weights and measures, is elected grand monarch of the Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm, Masons, at the 59th annual session of the order in Long Beach, Calif.