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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - February 21, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a february 21-22,1998 118th year no. 141 copyright 1998 new cattle now if new Castle news a Bible answers debuts today making its first saturday appearance in the new Castle news is a Bible answers by pastor Joe. The column features biblically based answers to questions sent in by readers. A Bible answers was created by Joseph Cameneti senior pastor of believers Christian Fellowship in Warren Ohio. A Bible answers debuted in 1992 and has appeared in daily newspapers since then. Mem Bers of believers Christian Fellowship and business people who believe in the Wisdom that comes from the scriptures finance the column. Business people in the new Castle area Are financing a Bible answers in the new Castle news a taking the most read Book in All the world and connecting it to modern j 1�?T 1 a a tons is in my opinion of combinations journalism said. A a Bible answers gives a biblical perspective of contemporary Cameneti believes a America is hungry for this Type of biblically based response to the column has been favourable As Many letters of thanks and personal testimonies Are received from its readers. Today a column appears on Page 5. Inside classified.25-32 comics tv.23 crossword.28 daily record.5 entertainment 22 horoscopes.29 living.14-16 money.7 obituaries.5 sports.17-22 Kinder Garter phone Sparks a if it had happened one tenth of a second soon Eric a have been killed Quot rusted Light pole Falls on car a Driver hoping for safer City streets after wind topples Post by Debbie Wachter Bonnie new Castle news Manuel Cornrich had one of those Days Ali essay that when he went to bed that night he hoped the next Day would be better. It was late tuesday morning in the midst of gusting winds that his Pride and Joy a 1995 Cadillac Eldorado became victim of a toppling 35-foot-tall Light pole while he was driving on East Washington Street. The Accident occurred in front of a lot owned by the parking authority of the City of new Castle at the Corner of Croton Avenue. The lot formerly was the Troutman Slot. The pole smashed Cornrich a roof and shattered the passenger Side and Back windows. Cornrich luckily was uninjured from the Impact but he swung his to protect his head and smacked his fist on the Windshield. Ever since he has been experiencing Sharp pains in his shoulder he said. Don Pallerino parking authority manager said the steel pole was rusted at the base. When he heard of the incident he shut the lot Down and wednesday morning ordered the remaining poles in the lot to be removed. The poles have existed in the parking lot for Many years Pallerino said. A they were there before me and in be been Here 15 he presumed the wind caused the pole to Sway Back and Forth until it snapped off. Cornrich had been serving jury duty this week at the Lawrence county government Center. He was dismissed for recess shortly before 11 . Tuesday and was driving Back into town past the old Troutman sparking lot at the Corner of Croton Avenue where the pole fell. A i was in a line of traffic and All of a sudden i heard this big loud crash a he said. A i thought someone dumped a Load of something on my car. I almost had a heart attack. You can to imagine something like that not knowing where it was coming after he recovered from the Surprise of the Impact he realized one of the Light poles had fall please see pole Page 8 remembering the slain truth will come to Light murder cannot be hid Long. A from a the merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare. They were called not by disease nor Accident nor age. Their lives were taken leaving behind families and friends to Cope not Only with the loss of a loved one but with the realization that years later no one has Ever been convicted of these heinous acts. Beginning monday the news will look at several of Lawrence county a unsolved murders As family members share their feelings and police talk about where the cases stand today. Paths to the Cross pastor says he zigzagged with sin until finding peace with god a third in a four part weekly series by Lugene Hudson new Castle news it was a roundabout route the Rev. Peter h. A a Peter Franklin took to get where he is today. A major Force with new castles interdenominational ministerial association he a also program coordinator for the Lawrence county partnership for the prevention of youth violence a former Foster Parent and human services Center employee who helps find Community housing for those in need. But that Wasny to always the direction he was headed. Born in Newark n.j., Franklin 58, came to new Castle after serving in the military. It was a Short stay though. Heading to Cambridge Ohio he became a self described a a wild Young Man a totally different from what i am the next move was to Cleveland. Confessing he hooked up with the a a wrong crowd Franklin said a i Black history month apis. Durand was uninhibited and they were a negative influence but it was the influence i wanted at the soon he was leading a not so reputable lifestyle and made some unsavoury choices like a bad business venture that nearly got him killed. Leaning Back in the living room sofa of the Centennial Street Home he shares with his wife Ethel Franklin paused for a moment to reflect on past memories. A Aback then doing All that stuff i Felt invincible but that a youth. V we a a a a i a a a a a a Matthew s. High news the Rev. Peter h. Pete Franklin stands in front of his newly remodeler House of prayer Church on Sampson Street. Now in a his Mother a devout Christian constantly prayed for her son to change his lifestyle. A i thought maybe someday id serve him but not then a he said. Following his almost fatal incident Franklin found himself wandering the streets of Cleveland and said he heard a voice telling him god would protect him no longer. A i realized at that moment i needed to change my lifestyle a he said. A i Felt god was there looking out for me to bring me to accept Christ and allow him in my even then it took awhile for any major changes to occur. Franklin returned to new Castle but said he Wasny to yet leading a holy Fife. A i was on the Way but had a Way to go a he explained. Meanwhile Franklin fell in love with Ethel and together they changed their fives a by accepting Christ As lord and they married in 1967. Both said they Felt their ministry was with people mainly children and they decided to provide a Safe Home for troubled lads. Over the next 25 years the Franklins who were trained through the Bair foundation in new Wilmington would care for More than 100 Foster children and raise 10 biological children. Franklin majored in child evangelism at the scriptural meditation evangelical association Institute received an associates degree in family service from Penn state University enrolled in lifelong learning at Westminster College and earned a bachelors degree from Richmond school of divinity. Please see Cross Page 8 today a obituaries weekend weather Irene c. Alfera 74, 1011 Huey St. Dorothy Ann Ganss Brake 62, re 4, Young Road Victor Dececco 85, Chino Calif. John t. Gabler 92, Ellport Gay Eugene Switzer 67, Newcastle see Page 5 cardinals Mother Dies Chicago apr Maria Bernardin Mother of the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin died thursday of heart failure. She was 93. Saturday High 35 to 45 Low 25 to 35 sunday High 35 to 45 Low 25 to 35 the week ahead mostly Cloudy monday. High in 40s, Low 25 to 35. Partly Cloudy tuesday and wednesday. High each Day in 40s, Low both Days 25 to 35. Special Section 1/hi�z�sk�shk�s�s�s�s�s�s�si�skk�s�s�s��s�s�s�sh�s��s�s�s�s�t�s�s/�st�s�stth�t�s�shh�k�s��s�s�s�s�i there a a big selection from the automotive Industry for the 1998 Model year new designs new options and the introduction of some new vehicles. For More details see our 98 new car review Section beginning on Page 9 a.

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