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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - June 13, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a june 13-14,1998 118th year no. 237 copyright 1998 new Castle news new Castle news Utah forces game 6 Karl Malone scores 39, leads jazz Over Michael Jordan and the bulls who now must play another Day in quest for sixth Aba title. Ami inside classified.21-28 comics tv.14 crossword.27 daily record.5 entertainment .11-12 horoscopes.26 living.7-10 money.5 obituaries.5 sports.15-20 to a i bldg to a a yes it Toui Golf in Rabi �,1# badge of Honor after states 10-4 on police training during the 1970s, Veteran officers witness changes on the Force by Rick Elia new Castle news attached to the badge of it. Ronald Gilchrist of the Ellwood City police department is a Small Metal tag that reads a serving since 1976.�?� Gilchrist is a Veteran cop having worked 22 years on the Borough Force and 24 Overall in Law enforcement. Its that experience that gives him and others like him a perspective on How the Job of a police officer has changed Over the years. One change can be seen when an officer first begins his Job with his initial training. Today a officer is a better educated better trained a Gilchrist said. A in essence you can say we re licensed now. Each officer has a obituaries meet John j. Decaro or. Corner bidding Adieu until the mid-1970s, there was no state mandated training for police officers in Pennsylvania. Today they must receive More than 600 hours of initial training along with a mandatory 12 hours of additional instruction each year. Departments can also offer their own in House education. A those Days of just issuing a Guy a weapon and sending him out on the Street Are Over a said Edwin Marshall Hickory townships police chief for 17 years and an officer in that Community for 19. A a it a just too complicated equipment also is better because of advances in technology. About 15 years ago the first electronic Speed monitoring device came into use Gilchrist said. A the Only thing we used in the old Days was the speedometer in our car a he said. New Castle chief Barry Palladino who has been a policeman for 27 years remembers having to find License plate numbers by hand. A when i first started to get a License plate number we had volumes and volumes of books to look up like a directory a he said. Now computer networks provided by state and Federal authorities a allow us easy Access to record please see badge Page 11 David w. Aiken 82, new Jersey Dale a. Howell 60, Ellwood City occupation figure id like to talk wit attorney Pope John Paul ii see Page 5 a the horse Dies Greenville Del. A Harry w. Anderson an outfielder with baseball a Philadelphia Phillies and Cincinnati reds in the late 1950s, died yesterday of a heart attack. He was 66. Anderson a left handed hitter who was nicknamed a the horse a had his Best year in the majors in 1958 when he hit .301 and led the Phillies with 34 doubles 23 homers and 97 Rols. Saturday sunday High in the 80s High in the 80s Low 55 to 65 i of 55 to 65 the week ahead Chance of showers monday giving Way to partly Cloudy conditions tuesday. High both Days near 80. Lows in the 60s. Community service vice chairman Ellwood City planning commission birthrate aug. 4,1967 Hometown Ellwood City the greatest influence on my life my family a National or International last Book i read a a in la always have Paris by Art Buchwald people May be surprised to know that i like watching musicals three words that describe me Best sincere amusing traditional Best advice i Ever heard if you can to do great things do Small things in a great Way teen div i. I \ i or ism Row specially shop will close by Summers end after More than four decades by Leanna Norris new Castle news downtown new Castle will bid Farewell this year to a clothing store that has survived for More than 40 years. Martha Marousis 60, owner of the teen Corner 101 n. Mill St., will close up shop by the end of summer with mixed emotions. A a in a going to miss a lot of the customers a she said. The teen Corner opened its doors in 1956, under the owner ship of Bernice Ginsberg. Monh s. He new please see Corner Page 12 after 15 years of owning and operating the teen Corner Martha Marousis is closing up shop. Former employee takes Over paths camera by Judy Hruska news correspondent last year Jill Estock thought she wanted to change careers. Since then however she a decided to carry on . A a path Patterson a legacy. Exactly a year to the Date that Estock explored the employment possibilities at amp to had to offer june 1 she bought paths camera shop and reopened it As Jill s camera Mart. A i had to take some time to mull it Over and be sure i wanted to make the commitment of running the camera shop a said Estock 46, of the North Hill. A Pat said he knew i could do it and i decided what i done to know i will learn. I chose to go Back to the camera Mart name for its familiarity but made it my Patterson began his camera sales career in 1941 while working for Jack Gerson. He relocated to Florida 21 years later and took employment with Admiral camera a company that sold cameras to Nasa. A Pat knew me vaguely because he and my father Zack Allerton had been involved in organizing the new Castle camera club a Estock explained. Her initial camera experience was with a 110mm camera. A of course when you work Here you be got to get into the world of and that a exactly what she did with the help of Patterson and information she read from books Estock submerged herself in the Art of picture taking and retail camera sales. In january 1978, she got married took some time off and later found part time employment elsewhere. In 1981, Harrison retired and Patterson took Over the business As sole proprietor calling it paths camera. Two years later he contacted Estock once More asking her to resume employment at his store. On june 1,1997, Estock started training for a position with the at amp to relay Center in new Castle. A i always had an interest in communicating with the hearing impaired a she said. A a it a a great service and it would be a Way of giving. The people were wonderful Down there but i just take the confinement. I realized i like to see and talk to customers every Day. I like Selling. In be always please see camera Page 12 Matthew s. High news Pat s camera a downtown landmark is now known As Jill s camera in 1964, Patterson returned to Newcastle mor1 after owner Pat Patterson sold the business to employee Jill Estock. And opened camera Mart with Bert r 7 Harrison at 200 e. Washington St. Moved their business to its current location employment to Estock who was working when that building was Tom Down during at 118 East Washington St. Part time at the gift gallery in the Towne redevelopment in the Early 1970s, the two in 1975, Patterson offered full time mall. \ k

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