New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania 6 Jun 1998
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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - June 6, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Recalling a Day a veterans relive Landing at Normandy 54 years ago today pumped up a new insulin injection technology gave Laurel High athlete More playing time last in a six part series on outstanding graduates in the class of �?T98. By Leanna Norris new Castle news Shannon Sarbo plays two varsity sports at Laurel High school fast pitch softball for the Laurel recreation association assists the associations 13 and 14-year-Olds fast pitch team and is coach of laurels seventh Grade volleyball team. What is remarkable about Sarbo is that she was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age 3 but has not let the condition deter her from this Active role in athletics. She wears an insulin pump connected into her stomach supplying her with 0.6 units of insulin every u 1998 class acts eight minutes. And she receives Large amounts of insulin by a method called Bol using before every meal. Wearing the pump which she received in March requires care and caution. The pumps site Sim please see pumped Page 6 Aba films Salt Lake split bulls pull out 93-88 Victory at Utah to head Back to Chicago with series tied at one game apiece Page 16 Iordan Pippan Rodman Kukoc see 1 Inge 15 by Rick Elia new Castle news by Rick Elia new Castle news Marjorie l. Brien 83, Mckeesport Richard s. Clark 64, Vero Beach Fla. Shirley m. Deli 59, 105 s. Mulberry St. Lucille Ruehle 87, Edinbur see Page 5elder Thigpen Dies Greenville . Apr Edward Thigpen the father of Tennessee oilers wide receiver Yancey Thigpen died thursday at the age of 54. Edward Thigpen was diagnosed with Guillian Bare syndrome and had been in a coma the past two weeks following brain surgery to remove a blood clot. Occupation summer intern new Castle news Penn state student birthrate March 15,1977 Hometown new Castle favorite word Pat Emo if i had a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world i would travel to Las vegas least favorite word Michigan if you do your current work what would you do id work in criminal Justice if i could do one thing to improve the Community it would be work on creating open mindedness and find something for us College students to do last Good Book i read a this is the Way the world ends by James Morrow three words that describe me Best inquisitive persistent Loyal Best advice i Ever heard never be Content with someone else a definition of you what would you want god to Tell you upon your arrival in heaven a a it a about time inside. The victim of a new Castle shooting testified he went looking for a City juvenile and attacked him before that youth shot him. Roy Zook 18, of 313 n. Shenango St. Said during yesterdays preliminary hearing for Shawndale Saunders that he and his Cousin assaulted Saunders in retaliation after Saunders had allegedly robbed his Cousin. Saunders 15, of 421-10 Neshan Nock Village was ordered by District Justice Charles Abraham to stand trial on charges of attempted homicide aggravated and simple assault recklessly endangering carrying a firearm without a License and Possession of a firearm by a minor. Zook was shot once in the stomach with a Small Caliper handgun about 9 20 . May 29 at Hutchison and North Walnut streets. New Castle police said the Bullet passed through his liver and lodged in his please see victim Page 7 a attempted homicide rap dropped but City Man still faces assault charge today a obituaries weekend weather by Judy Hruska news correspondent Matthew s. High news despite having juvenile diabetes graduating Laurel senior Shannon Sarbo second from left competed in two varsity sports As Well As fast pitch week ahead partly Cloudy monday. High in 60s, Low 35 to 45. Showers tuesday. High 65 to 75, Low in 40s. Rain wednesday. High in 70s, Low 45 to 55. Classified.20-28 comics tv.14 crossword.27 daily record.5 entertainment 13 horoscopes.25 living.�?z.9-12 money.5 obituaries.5 sports.16-19 lunch counters used pm be to abound downtown saturday sunday new Castle a june 6-7,1998 118th year no. 231 copyright 1998 now cast la news alleged gunmen held Over for trial a victim testifies he went looking for the teen who a charged with shooting him meet Leanna Norris a Man accused of shooting his Cousin had the most serious charge against him dismissed yesterday however Eugene Barry Clark jr., 31, of 515 electric St. Was ordered by District Justice Charles Abraham to stand trial for aggravated assault and recklessly endangering. A charge of attempted homicide originally filed against Clark was dismissed because of insufficient evidence. He is accused of shooting Donald f. Holmes jr., 35, of 41072 n. Mercer St. In the Back of his left knee about 3 10 . May 31 outside the elks club on Moravia Street. Holmes testified he had left the club with Labrina Robinson and was walking toward his car when a i heard a Click like a gun being cocked and i turned around and got please see charge Page 7 today Marks the 54th anniversary of a Day when the United states first army under general Omar n. Bradley and the British second army under general Miles c. Dempsey established beachhead in Normandy on the French Channel coast. This Day was later seen by Many As the turning Point of world War ii. Guy Shoaf 81, of Edinburg was there. Approximately 30 minutes before the main body of american troops were to attack he and the rest of the 2nd Ranger battalion landed at Point Pinhoe which was a 90-foot Cliff. A we scaled the Cliff to Knock out three costal guns so they fire on the troops com please seed Day Page 7 Matthew s. High news world War ii veterans Charles Shepp left and Frank Bonfield far right hand out Jubilee of Liberty medals to county veterans who participated in the a Day invasion during a ceremony at the american legion Post 343.saturday High in the 60s Low 35 to 45 sunday High in the 60s Low 35 to 45
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