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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - October 13, 2000, Ashtabula, Ohio A Kingsville s forgotten artist a two part series on 19th-Century Painter Junius Sloan begins today cd Star Beacon Friday october 13, 2000 published daily in Ashtabula 35 cents _ v certified Auto group it used cars a Buick a Pontiac backed a Oldsmobile bonded a orc truck a insured Over too Quality certified used cars in Stock it. 20 a Madison a 466-1161 nation world Page i i Index business. .c5 classified. I comics. .c6 lifestyles. Cd movies. .11heat opinion. .a4 sports. By death Page a6 Krupsa Barbara l. Weather sunny High 70 Low 50s details on Page a2 Sunrise 7 41 . Sunset 6 55 . Auge fish amp shrimp noon Flam s. Main diner $5.55 998-7538 wonder bar Karaoke suggested remedy 438 Chestnut St. Conn. Grand River Manor saturday Armstrong Bearcat blues band classified department mond thru Fri 8am 5pm creative catering amp Deli 525 Lake ave. 964-7245 eggplant Parmesan Din. Today firehouse Grill open weekends mystery discount 10-25% off sat amp Sun food crafts Flowers Silhouette 4 flags amp riverfront sweaters $2.50 Goodwill Ash. A killer bargains glider with ottoman $99.99. Big lots furniture in the Saybrook Plaza i buy houses. Cash 440-964-5084 classified department mond thru Fri 8am 5pm sports line 593-4782 open amp deliver 11am to 1am, 7 Days we. Six Crew members were killed and 35 injured when suicide bombers in a Small boat Tore a Hole in a . Warship Israel strikes Back panel goes to War for changes in charter no Levy passage in 23 years part of Ashtabula school woes associated press palestinian police and staff from Yasser Arafat s office in Gaza City run after a rocket fired by israeli helicopters hit the nearby port thursday. The israeli army hit several palestinian targets thursday in a powerful and Swift retaliation for the brutal killings of two israeli soldiers by a palestinian mob. Clinton Mubarak Arafat talk As violence rages in Gaza by Ibrahim Hazbou associated press writer Gaza City Gaza strip a in a Day of incendiary violence that left Mideast peacemaking in ashes israeli helicopters rocketed palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat a compound thursday in retaliation for the mutilation of three israeli soldiers by a mob of enraged palestinians. Late thursday Arafat spoke in a conference Call with president Clinton and egyptian president Hosni Mubarak Arafat a office said. The Day began with . Secretary general Kofi Annan and Cia chief George Tenet trying to broker a truce to end two weeks of daily fighting. But it degenerated swiftly with both sides unleashing pent up rage. The palestinians inflicted the worst losses yet on israeli troops while israelis combat helicopters staged unprecedented attacks on High profile palestinian targets and tanks rumbled to the outskirts of palestinian cities. One israeli rocket struck 150 feet from Arafat a Seaside residential Headquarters with the palestinian Leader inside at the time his aides said. A this is a declaration of War a a crazy War a said Saab Ere Kat a senior palestinian Israel Page a7 Volpone a we be talked for years and years. Its time for action by Frank Obernyer staff writer Ashtabula a volunteers and draftees showed up for marching orders at thursdays meeting of the committee for Ashtabula City charter change. A a we be talked for years and years. Its time for action. This is not about individuals and personalities in elected positions. This is about change. Its about the future of our City. On both sides of our City the municipal townships Are booming with residential and commercial growth while the City stagnates in the Middle a said Dominie Volpone committee member and president of the Ashtabula area chamber of Commerce said. Dennis Carberry committee chairman outlined the work and strategy needed to bring a charter measure to the electorate As Early As May primary. Eight charter change recommendations presented to City Council by a charter review committee it appointed never made it off Council floor. An Effort by a minority of Council to bring the issues before voters was aborted in a hard fought debate a couple months ago. It was Defeated by a 4-to-3 vote. The committee to pick up the Ball began almost immediately As Community business and civic leaders favouring a change in Ashtabula a form of government vowed to at least give the voters their say in the matter. Volpone said the committee will soon be registered with the Board of elections and professional counsel will be engaged to develop petition and ballot language. Carberry sought volunteers see charter Page a8 company a findings at wednesdays school Board work session meeting. Growth partnership for Ashtabula county paid $5,000 for the Ohio school forecasts study and report for Ashtabula school District assistant superintendent Steve Candela said. A if you get the operating Levy passed you Board have the ability to turn the districts financial situation around a Mccammon said. The majority of districts in the state have a Levy on the ballot every three or four years he said. The company a findings show the Ashtabula District had several contributing factors that resulted in the districts recent financial shortfall a a declining school enrolment a loss of students to other districts and a stagnant property values. Mccammon said he did no to see anything in his analysis that see Levy Page a8 educational services oked by commissioners by Kelly Speer staff writer Jefferson a improving education in the county was the lesson of the Day for the Ashtabula county commissioners thursday. The Board passed Resolution on two agreements with educational services. The first is for a prevention retention and contingency contract provided by Lake area recovery Center in Ashtabula. The contract will Cost $337,997. It began aug. 14 and will run to june 30, 2001. A serving teens at risk project part of the agreement is an Ashtabula county school family partnership in collaboration with Ashtabula county educational service Center. It will provide prevention and intervention services to pc eligible Junior and senior High school students. The services Are designed to end dependency by promoting Job preparation work and marriage focusing on reduction of out of Wedlock pregnancies and see educational Page a7by Frank Obernyer staff writer Ashtabula a frugality May be an honorable characteristic but passing Only one new operating Levy in 23 years for the City a school District can make frugality a foolish trait. So said financial consultant Carroll l. Mccammon in his fiscal analysis report on what happened to create the districts recent financial crisis and his financial forecast for the District for the next five years. Mccammon presented his Jefferson a two men facing the death penalty pleaded not guilty thursday to aggravated murder. Charles Bryant Smith 32, most recently of Stuart fla., and Johnny Lee Stiltner 18, 933 e. Seventh St., were escorted together shackled and wearing striped jail jumpsuits into the courtroom of Ashtabula county common pleas court judge Alfred Mackey. They were brought before Mackey to enter pleas to charges in the murder of Mark Korver and to have Bond set. Both men were initially arraigned in Ashtabula municipal court. Since the charges against the men Are felonies the cases were bound Over to the county courts for trial. Smith is a former Ashtabula resident who was working in an ice House in Florida when see murder Page a7 Bill West / Star Beacon murder defendants Charles Smith right and Johnny l. Stiltner Are escorted Back to the Ashtabula county jail thursday following their arraignment in common pleas court. A a a Vijh Martin s. Lerman Star Beacon Ulim i Kubb done to Cross the path of a Black cat As we celebrate Friday the 13th today Booboo murder suspects plead not guilty

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