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16 November 1999

The summaries in English were extracted from complete articles published on Il Centro - Quotidiano d'Abruzzo and Il Messaggero - Abruzzo edition.

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16 November 1999 - Il Messaggero

Teramo - The municipality at work to make the city enjoyable for children with play areas, and a baby municipality - L'amministrazione progetta strade senz'auto, nuove aree giochi, ludoteche e consiglio comunale baby Città a misura di bimbi, il sogno è quasi realtà, by Nicola Catenaro
Mayor Sperandio and his Vice, Gianni Di Pietro have a dream: make Teramo a children's city. Gardens already have play areas everywhere, then a multimedia centre and an astrophysics museum will be established to let the children learn while playing. A "ludoteca" will occupy two floors in the Parco del Vezzola, and a municipality council made of children and teenagers will start meetings before next summer.

16 November 1999 - Il Messaggero

Victim in the Kosovo air crash a young Canadian volunteer married to an Abruzzese girl from Roccamontepiano / Nell'aereo caduto in Kosovo un canadese sposato con una giovane emigrata Roccamontepiano a lutto per la tragedia dell'Atr
Waiting for Daniel Rowan's corpse in Rome was young Pierangela Addario, daughter of a couple from Roccamontepiano who moved to Ottawa in the 1950's, and very active in the Associazione dei Roccolani in Canada. The small Abruzzese village is all mourning with the young widow and her 3-year old and 7-month-old children. Daniel was helping the reconstruction of a land devastated by an unhuman war, and his sacrifice will be remembered in the golden book of mankind.

16 November 1999 - Il Centro

Educational tour in the ancient Di Francesco watermill at Arsita / Visita d'istruzione al vecchio mulino Di Francesco ad Arsita - by Jolanda Ferrara
The students of a junior high school from Spoltore visited the ancient Di Francesco watermill to learn how wheat was processed in the past, and also to rediscover the dietary habits and cultural traditions of the old peasant world. The Di Francesco watermill borders the Gran Sasso - Monti della Laga National Park, just below the springs of the Fino river, whose waters are artificially conveyed from a height of 30 m to activate the two large millstones, one made from a Manoppello stone to make flour for bread and pasta, the other in local stone to obtain a coarser product used to feed animals.

16 November 1999 - Il Centro

INTRODACQUA - The two elderly inhabitants of Palazzo Trasmondi do not want to leave - Palazzo Trasmondi ancora abitato - Due anziane decise a non mollare - by Barbara Zarrillo
Each by herself on opposite sides of the palace, the two elderly ladies do not want to comply with the mayor's order to abandon the place for its bad conditions. Virginia Ferretti says her apartment is safe, and will leave only in cases it falls down. Silvia Costantini, 81, has always lived there and feels lost at the thought she'll be compelled to live anywhere else. Many people agree with them thinking the 5-century-old palace has already survived many earthquakes and will never fall down.