Ashtabula Star Beacon in Ashtabula, Ohio
13 Oct 2000

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13 Oct 2000

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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - October 13, 2000, Ashtabula, Ohio A2 Star Beacon Friday october 13, 2000 a a today a weather National weather the acc weather forecast for noon Friday oct. 13. Bands separate High temperature ones for the Day fronts a 2000 acc whether inc. Cold warm stationary pressure a. A a �e3eleleailofe� High Low showers run t storm flurries Snow ice sunny it. Cloudy Cloudy via a soda ted Presa area a today sunny. High near 70. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph. A tonight mostly Clear. Low in the lower 50s. A saturday increasing cloudiness. High in the lower 70s. A saturday night partly Cloudy. Low near 50. A sunday partly Cloudy. High in the upper 60s. A monday mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers. Low in the mid 40s. High in the upper 50s. State a today mostly sunny. Highs in the Low to mid 70s. A tonight Clear. Lows in the 40s. A saturday partly to mostly sunny. Ohio weather Friday oct. 13 acc weather forecast for daytime conditions High Low temperatures Toledo 74 Iso Cleveland 70 in Mansfield 73 /48 a Youngstown 72 /49 Dayton 74 test a. Jul Cincinnati 74 Iso a Columbus 75 iat v Portsmouth 77 /45 o 2000 acc whether inc. We sunny pm Cloudy Cloudy Shower to Torma ram flume Snow ice vie associated Pees extended a saturday night partly Cloudy. Lows mid 40s to lower 50s. A sunday partly Cloudy. A Chance of late afternoon or evening showers. Highs 65 to 75. A monday a Chance of showers. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the 60s. A tuesday a Chance of showers. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. Highs mid 50s to lower 60s. Marine a today Southwest wind 10 to 20 knots. Sunny. Waves 2 to 4 feet. A tonight Southwest wind 10 to 20 knots. Mostly Clear. Waves 2 to 4 feet. A the water temperature off Cleveland is 59 degrees. Bill West / Star Beacon Yummy for Ashley Montanaro 3, of Ashtabula looks Over the pastry selection thursday available at Brant s the Tummy Orchard during a visit by the Ashtabula Coop Nursery school to the Sheffield township huhs Brown memorial admissions Warner Nyla Ashtabula Ashtabula county medical Center admissions Dewey Laura Ashtabula Feltner Jessica Ashtabula i Rose Karen l., Rock Creek t Sergent Deborah l., Ashtabula i Williams Thia do a Ashtabula discharges i Beachey Kimberly a., Conneaut i Ernst Megan m., Geneva i Gormley Lois c., Ashtabula i Malnar Beth a., Geneva i Pitt James Ashtabula i lotteries Ohio night drawings pick 3 2-8-5 pick 4 0-2-6-0 Buckeye 5 3-9-12-14-19 Day drawings pick 3 8-4-5 pick 4 8-2-3-5pennsylvania daily 8-4-7 big 4 3-7-6-5 Cash 5 3-15-20-21-37police sheriff a a 16-year-old priest Street Kingsville female was cited by the sheriffs department for assault according to reports. The suspect admitted to punching a fellow 16-year-old classmate in the face at Ashtabula county joint vocational school monday reports state. A Adrian Morris 35, 3807 North Ridge e., Ashtabula was booked on one count of theft and one count of grand theft monday sheriffs reports indicate. Morris reportedly stole a sweeper Drill and Laptop computer from the construction company for which he was working and attempted to sell them to a Pawn shop in Saybrook township. The one count of theft was for the Drill and sweeper and the grand theft was for the theft of the computer reports state. A Kwik fill 1640 route 534, Harpersfield township was robbed thursday according to reports. Reports state the employee on duty at the time said a suspect entered the station and demanded All the Money. The suspect was dressed As the villain the movie a scream a according to reports. This incident comes one week after a similar one at the same time and location where a unidentified suspect dressed As the villain from the movie a a scream stole $100 to $140 in Cash. The amount stolen thursday was not disclosed. Ashtabula a police responded to and or received reports on the following incidents since tuesday one stolen property one aggravated menacing two burglaries one criminal mischief two threats one child enticement one criminal trespass one shoplifter one unwanted person one assault two harassment three domestics two thefts one sexual harassment one phone harassment one warrant one stalking and one attempted suicide. The following arrests summons and citations resulted from the above incidents a Gary Huffman 260 Buckingham ave., Geneva was arrested tuesday at Delaney a bar 5707 main ave., when he refused to leave when asked to by management. He was charged with criminal trespassing. A Joseph a. Phillipp 21, 732 Mentor ave. #3, Painesville was transported from Lake county jail to Ashtabula City jail wednesday on an outstanding warrant from Ashtabula municipal court for failure to pay fines. A Lisa Walker 31, 1932 Lambros Lane #2, was arrested wednesday and charges with driving while under suspension. Police said she has several driving without fiscal responsibility suspensions and she also has a 12-Point suspension. Police were executing a search warrant on her apartment in Ohio Village with the Ashtabula county narcotics task Force and the swat team when Walker drove into the parking lot and was recognized by an a nth agent. Police did not have an available report on the search warrant Beacon Star Beacon located at 4626 Park Avenue Ashtabula of mailing address Star Beacon to Box 2100, Ashtabula of 44005-2100 general switchboard 440/998-2323 or 800/554-6768 classified 440/994-3240 advertising 440/994-3241 circulation 440/994-3242 editorial 440/994-3243 sports 440/994-3244 Beauga county Bureau 15444 w. High st., Middlefield of 44062 Beauga phone 440/632-0254 or 800/554-6768 Madison phone 440/428-5811 de Looman publisher Neil Frieder editor Jim Hanson production manager Rick Furmage advertising manager Lisa Reese controller Mark shorts circulation manager chapter 17 33-58 33 Saul replied Quot you Are not Able to go out against this Philistine and fight him you Are Only a boy and he has been a fighting Man from his 34 but David said to Saul Quot your servant has been keeping his father s sheep. When a lion or a Bear came and carried off a sheep from the flock 35 i went after it struck it and rescued the sheep from its Mouth. When it turned on i seized it by its hair struck it and killed it. 36 your servant has killed both the lion and the Bear this uncircumcised Philistine will be like one of them because he has defied the armies of the living god. 37 the lord who delivered from the Paw of the lion and the Paw of the Bear will deliver from the hand of this Saul said to David Quot go and the lord be with 38 then Saul dressed David in his own tunic. He put a coat of Armor on him and a Bronze helmet on his head. 39 David fastened on his sword Over the tunic and tried walking around because he was not used to them. Quot i cannot go in these Quot he said to Saul Quot because i am not used to so he took them off. 40 then he took his staff in his hand chose five smooth stones from the Stream put them in the Pouch of his Shepherd s bag and with his Sling in his hand. Approached the Philistine. 41 meanwhile the Philistine with his shield bearer in front of him kept coming closer to David. 42 he looked David Over and saw that he was Only a boy Ruddy and handsome and he despised him. 43 he said to David Quot am i a dog that you come at with Sticks Quot and the Philistine cursed David by his gods. 44 Quot come Here Quot he said Quot and i give your flesh to the Birds of the air and the beasts of the Field Quot 45 David said to the Philistine Quot you come against with sword and Spear and javelin but i come against you in the name of the lord almighty the god of the armies of Israel whom you have defied. 46 this Day the lord will hand you Over to and i strike you Down and Cut off your head. Today i will give the carcasses of the Philistine army to the Birds of the air and the beasts of the Earth and the Quot whole world will know that Quot there is a god in Israel. 47 All those gathered Here will Quot know that it is not by sword or Spear that the lord saves for the Battle is the lords and he will give All of you into our 48 As the Philistine moved closer to attack him David ran quickly toward the Battle line to meet him. 49 reaching into his bag acc taking out a Stone he Slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The Stone Sank into his forehead and he fell facedown on the ground. 50 so David triumphed Over the Philistine with a Sling and a Stone without a sword in his hand he struck Down the Philistine and killed him. 51 David ran and stood Over him. He took hold of the Philistine s sword and Drew it from the scabbard. After he killed him he Cut off his head with the sword. When the philistines saw that their her was dead they turned and ran. 52 then the men of Israel and Judah surged Forward with a shout and pursued the philistines to the Entrance of Gath and to the Gates of Ekron. Their dead were strewn along the Shaharaim Road to Gath and Ekron. 53 when the israelite returned from chasing the philistines they plundered theirs Camp. 3 54 David took the Philistine s head and brought it to Jerusalem and he put the Philistine s weapons in his Owa tent. 55 As Saul watched David going out to meet the Philistine he said to Abner commander of the army Quot Abner whose son is that Young Man Quot Abner replied Quot As surely As you live o King i Don t 56 the King said Quot find out whose son this Young Man . 57 As soon As David returned from killing the Philistine Abner took him and brought him before Saul with David still i holding the Philistine s head. 58 Quot whose son Are you Young Man Quot Saul asked him. David said Quot i am the son of your servant Jesse of from the new International version of the Bible. Used by permission. Daily delivery by Carrier $2.50 per week including sunday motor route delivery $2.65 per week. By mail anywhere in Continental ., daily and sunday per year $185.00. The sunday paper per year $60.00 weekdays Only $130.00. Members of the armed forces or College students Only same As above less to percent postal requirements for All mail paid in Advance. Published daily and sunday at 4626 Park ave., Ashtabula Ohio. Second class postage paid at Ashtabula Ohio. Postmaster Send address changes to the Star Beacon 2100, Ashtabula Ohio 44004, uses 614-080 Access the Star Beacon on the internet at wow. Sta Beacon. Com. Our web site includes a weeks Worth of front Page stories obituaries sports recent currents feature pages More then a years Worth of teen currents plus heat entertainment on line. 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