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Star Beacon (Newspaper) - January 1, 2007, Ashtabula, Ohio HAVE A GREAT 2007 STAR MONDAY JANUARY 1 2007 BEACON A 20PAGE REVIEW 2O06 IN REVIEW TOP STORY OF THE YEAR NEWSSTAND 50 CENTS HOME DELIVERY 35 CENTS INSIDE SPORTS Another loss It wasnt a good day for Houston but even worse for the Browns who lost 14 6 Page B1 SCHOOLS Break for fun Kids on holiday break enjoy spending time at the Ashtabula Arts Center hearing stories and doing crafts Page C7 DEATHS ERICKSON Jennie M PAOLUCCI Cleo PHILLIPS Raymond W SWAN Nellie B WALLACE Clarice M Page A6 WEATHER Showers Details Page A2 High 47 Low 36 Sunrise Sunset pm INDEX Advice Agriculture Comics Currents Entertainment Opinion Puzzled Sports C5 A5 C4C5 C1 C3 A4 C6 61 HAPPY SWEET 16 MEGAN SUCHALA The Star Beacon Office will Be Closed on January 1st for the New Years Holiday Customer Service Lines will be open from at 4409943242 Have a Safe Happy Holiday Inside FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO DIED IN 2006 Shooting spree ends in suicide Conneaut man fires in bar outside at cars By MARGIE TRAX PAGE Staff Writer CONNEAUT A Con neaut man died Saturday morning of an apparent selfinflicted gunshot wound to the head after firing several rounds in a local bar wounding a patron Conneaut Police Chief Jon Arcaro said Sun day The man who police did not identify was removed from several Conneaut bars including The Main The Raiiibow The Bungalow Friday night When the suspect entered The Bungalow on Main Street he was immediate ly asked to leave bar over seer Wayne Heinonen said He was causing prob lems We never served him and he was removed by the bouncer There was no altercation but the sus pect was acting strange He was mad because we wouldnt serve him Heinonen said The suspect was taken home but returned to The Bungalow with a gun suspect came through the door with his handsbehind bisback and yelled I See SUICIDE Page A6 y WARREN Beacon BUNKHOUSE oh Main Street in Conneaut was the site of a shooting Friday The front door is boarded upafter the gunman allegedly shot a hole in the door after grazing a patron The man later killed himself police said Associated Press FORMER PRESIDENT Gerald R Ford lies in state in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington Sunday as mourners pay their respects Pardoned man honors Ford People from all walks of life pay respects to former president By LISA ZAGAROLI McClatchy Newspapers WASHINGTON Gerald R Ford became virtually synonymous with his willingness to pardon but few people will ever understand the healing effects like Archie Bowman Bowman was a World War II veter an who had been struggling under the weight of a war crime conviction by the time Ford got to the White House and famously pardoned Richard Nixon in 1974 Two years later the president would also grant Bowman a pardon something hed been seeking for decades It turned my life around said Bowman of Washington DC who had served in an Army port battalion in England Ive been doing good ever since Bowman was among the first peo ple to stand in line Sunday to pay respects to Ford who will lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda until Tues day morning Folks who felt a special bond with the 38th president and his wife See FORD Page A6 US toll in Iraq at 3000 More than half never reached 25 By ALLEN G BREED AP National Writer ARLINGTON Va Perhaps no place illus trates the toll of the Iraq war more vividly than Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery In this garden of stone in ruler straight rows rest one tenth of the Iraq wars American dead whose number has reached 3000 Privates lie beside offi cers Soldiers beside Marines Muslim troops beside Christians and those of other faiths Many were seasoned vet erans but most 60 per cent never reached age 25 Like Marine Sgt Adam L Cann of Davie Fla killed when he tried to prevent a suicide bomb ing three weeks shy of his 24th birthday Some died in fierce bat tles trading bullets and rockets with a fleshand blood foe But as the insurgency gained momentum in the past See TOLL Page A6 MARKETING URGES INC Database Management Website Newsletters American predictions grim By DARLENE SUPEftVILLE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON Another terrorist attack a warmer planet death and destruction from a natural disaster These are among Americans grim predictions for the United States in 2007 Only a minority of people think the US will go to war with Iran or North Korea over those countries nuclear ambitions An overwhelming majority of those surveyed Set GRIM Page A6
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