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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - July 18, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a july 18-19,1998 118th year no. 267 copyright 1998 new Castle news new Castle news trading and punches the Pittsburgh pirates Trade enigmatic Pitcher Esteban Loaiza to Texas in the afternoon. At night in olympic stadium Aramis Ramirez and the rest of the bucs have Friday nightlights with the expos. Aal Valr hut inside. Classified. .21-28 comics to. .20 crossword. .25 daily record. .5 entertainment. .13 horoscopes. .27 living. .7-10 Money. .11 obituaries. .5 sports. .15-19 the mystery of the 1932 Page Mahonin town robbery remains a Rehnquist compels agents to testify secret service agent Larry Cockell left leaves Federal court after testifying yesterday. Washington apr Rushing to Seal a historic Victory prosecutors in the Monica Lewinsky Case questioned president Clinton a secret service protectors before a grand jury yesterday immediately after chief Justice William Rehnquist decisively ended the Legal drama. Four minutes before a noon deadline and with the subpoenaed secret service officers anxiously standing by at the courthouse Rehnquist refused to extend a court order blocking their testimony. A in my View the administration has not demonstrated that denying a stay and enforcing the subpoenas. Would cause irreparable harm a Rehnquist wrote. Though leaving open the possibility the supreme court might review the broader Legal Issue this fall Rehnquist made instant history. For the first time the elite presidential bodyguards were forced to testify before a grand jury investigating the Man they protect. Making an emphatic move of his own Independent counsel Kenneth Starr immediately summoned the officers even though the grand jury that has been hearing the Lewinsky Case was not meeting. The prosecutor borrowed another grand jury to ensure at least some questioning occurred yesterday afternoon. Agent Larry Cockell the chief of the presidential Security detail and the six uniformed officers who had been subpoenaed approached their chore reluctantly. A this is a diff tilt thing for him to do a said Cockell a lawyer John Kotelly. A this training is such that he does not talk about the president. He believes that the president is entitled to that two current and one former secret service officer testified yesterday. Cockell waited at the courthouse All Day but was then excused without being questioned. He was expected to return at a later Date. Administration officials privately expressed outrage that he had been forced to stand by needlessly. Lawyers for the secret service officers and agent said they would answer truthfully and completely but had been instructed by the administration not to answer questions involving National Security or conversations they May have overheard Between the president and his private lawyers. The latter would preserve Clinton a at Tomey client privilege. With his two Page ruling Rehnquist Cut Short a months Long and at times bitter feud Between the Clinton administration and Starr that catapulted the secret service into the limelight. The chief Justice just returned from a european teaching trip acted alone because Many of his colleagues were also out of the country. A the opinion of the court of appeals seems to me cogent and Correct a Rehnquist explained in refusing to temporarily Block a . Court of appeals ruling thursday that ordered the agents to testify. Though of Little Solace to the administration Rehnquist signalled that the please see agents Page 6 name of Fame new postmaster is unique i Torcom by Debbie Wachter Bonnie new Castle news when Many people hear the last name Byler in new Wilmington they typically associate it with the Amish. Fittingly the . Postal service has appointed someone of that same name As its new postmaster. Jeff Byler 42, assumes his duties today the Climax of a lifelong postal career in a town where he was raised. Although he is not Amish he routes a lot of mail for people who have the same last name. The Borough has been without a postmaster since dec. 31, when its former postmaster Joseph e. Pollock retired. Byler worked temporarily As the officer in charge of the Post office and was in the running for the postmaster position with about eight other candidates. He began his career working As a clerk and Carrier in new Wilmington. He was postal supervisor in Mercer Borough for a few years before becoming postmaster of Stoneboro in Mercer county for 14 years. Altogether he has worked 21 years with the postal service. A a in be had my Eye on this Job for awhile and the promotion was Nice a he said. The Amish have been a unique part of mail delivery in the new Wilmington area because Many of their names Are the same. In some cases they use two Middle initials to distinguish themselves. A a it a the Job of the carriers to a a in be had my Eye on this Job for awhile and the promotion was Jeff Byler keep their mail straight a Byler said noting that because the Amish have no telephones mail is their primary communication. A they rely on us quite Many people done to understand the Amish do not have telephones and Byler often receives Calls for them at his own residence. A i get Calls every Day at Home a he said. He is one of several a a English Byers listed in the Pulaski and new Wilmington area in the Telephone directory. Outside of the mail delivery service Bylery a face May be familiar to Many people of the new Wilmington Community because of the other big hat that he wears. He has been chief for three years of the new Wilmington Borough Volunteer fire department. His years with the fire department parallel those with the postal service having been a member for 21 years. He previously served three years each As its first assistant and second assistant chief. Byler and his wife Lori now live in Pulaski township. They have two children Russell 12, and Katelyn 8. He also serves As an assistant coach for the Wilmington midget football association. Matthew s. High news Jeff Byler is a familiar face in new Wilmington. He also is chief of the Borough s Volunteer fire department. Tin Miv. We i in Asti i local Veteran wants Vietnam a Walls of disrespect torn Down by Judy Hruska news correspondent its been 23 years since the Vietnam War ended and a local Veteran says its time to tear Down the Walls Between american society and the men and women who served in that controversial War. Charles y. Mansell an attorney explained that the divisive War has kept Vietnam veterans from enjoying the same respect accorded to veterans of other wars. A the focus should no longer be on those who dodged the draft on who won or lost the War or on the politics that were involved but on those who willingly went to Vietnam and those who lost their lives there a he said. Mansell 51, was stationed at Danang in 1969, although he admits his duties were less hazardous than those of other military personnel. A i did accounting and never left the greater Danang area. I was not exposed to danger nearly As much As others Mansell joined the Navy earlier in 1969 because he wanted to support United states efforts in Vietnam. A at that time everybody was going to Vietnam so i figured if in a going to do that in a going to do it with hot meals and a dry bed. I figured the Navy was Best Way to do that. But after training i found out the 3rd Marine division was part of the Navy and that a where i was going. So i did no to get hot meals and a dry bed on a even though he Wasny to engaged in combat Mansell still Felt the frustration of the War. A it was very obvious even to us Young kids that the politics of the War had to do with something other than Victory. We found it frustrating that All these lives were being risked if not lost on a situation that nobody was really trying to win. It did no to make any sense to the Media did no to help the situation Mansell added. Good deeds by american soldiers were never brought to Light. A when we would drive from one place to another we took pop to vietnamese kids. One of the kids please see Mansell Page 12today�?Ts obituaries weekend weather mph him meet Joan Hohmann Margaret b. Fagan 94, Golden Hill nursing Home Lela l. Kauffman 90, Volant John s. Mccracken 82, har Lansburg Maxine e. Ostovich 73, Poland Ohio country actor Dies Nashville Tenn. A Hal Southern an actor songwriter who wrote the country classic a i dreamed of a Hill Billy heaven a died wednesday of diabetes. He was 79. A i dreamed of a Hill Billy heaven was a hit record by Tex Ritter in 1961. Dolly Parton Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn also recorded it on their collaborative 1993 album a Honky Tonk saturday High in 80s Low in the 60ssunday High in 80s Low in the 60s.the week ahead Chance of showers and thunderstorms monday and tuesday. Highs in the 80s. Lows in the 60s. Occupation owner and operator of healthy horizons an Herb shop birthrate Jan. 6,1934 Hometown har Lansburg favorite word to hear grandma if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Israel least favorite word can to if you do your current work what would you do babysit my grandchildren if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be create a More positive attitude about the Community last Good Book i read the trilogy of a left behind Quot for Cen and a a Nicolaev a tribulation people May be surprised to know that i can to swim but loved to water ski what the rest of America should know about Lawrence county it is a melting pot of hard working ethnic people who need some local businesses and Industry to keep the younger ones from leaving the area three words that describe me Best persistent energetic and compassionate Best advice i Ever heard a you can do anything you want to do be anything you want to be just remember to help other people along the Way what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a Welcome in a glad you came. I have a place waiting for you

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