New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania
30 May 1998

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30 May 1998

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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - May 30, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a May 118th year copyright 1998 new Castle new Castle news Barry Goldwater Dies former senator recalled As a an american original Phoenix apr Barry Goldwater the fearlessly Blunt Republican conservative who lost the 1964 presidential election in a landslide after being portrayed As a nuclear warmonger but whose ideas were later embraced during the Reagan years died yesterday at 89. The five term Arizona senator had been in declining health since a series of strokes in 1996. He died at his Home in suburban Paradise Valley. Despite his crushing defeat in 1964, his fierce anti communism and Call for Raissez Faire government galvanized conservatives formed the ideological basis for the Modem Republican right and paved the Way for its dominance of the White House for More than a decade. A the was a Man ahead of his times a former president Bush said. A Many of the things he was castigated for years ago Are now in Vogue. When you see people talking about privatizing part of social Security please see Goldwater Page 3 inside classified. .20-30 comics to. .f-6 crossword. .29 daily record. .5 entertainment. .19 horoscopes. .28 living. .7-10 Money. .18 obituaries. .5 sports. .13-17 nmi0n/wm1i a Pakistan India Pace appear willing to sign treaty if today a obituaries weekend weather meet Samuel a. Teolis Frank Romeo helps Villa Maria Sisters and head Start students and teachers with the Garden they planted. Gods country i manager Frank Romeo makes sure the diversified h i m i shuts judge rejects plea bargain in fatal crash farm at Villa Maria produces vegetables livestock and plenty of help for convents Sisters and students by Rick Elia new Castle news a judge rejected a plea bargain yesterday for a new Castle Man charged in a traffic Accident in which his sister and another passenger were killed last Spring. President judge Glenn Mccracken or. accept the proposed 4�?~/2-to-25-year prison term for Robert f. Brunswick 19, of 650 s. Ray St. A i done to think this is enough a Mccracken said during Lawrence county common pleas court. The defendants sister summer Brunswick 15, died in the crash which occurred about 3 30 . April 12,1997, on Atlantic Avenue in Taylor township. Another passenger William George 17, of 2006 new Butler Road died May 2,1997, in Allegheny University Hospital Allegheny general in Pittsburgh. Brunswick and a third passenger Kelly Jean Cook 15, of 1905 Hamilton St., were hospitalized after the Accident and a two people Are dead. This court could not fashion a penalty that would even the Scales. Even if you were put on a rack and screws and judge Glenn Mccracken later discharged. A two people Are dead. This court could not fashion a penalty that would even the Scales. Even if you were put on a rack and screws Ami tortured a the judge said quickly adding that he does no to advocate that kind of punishment. As for an alternative to the proposed plea bargain Mccracken said a nothing comes into my mind at this time without further defense attorney Carmen f. Please see plea Page 3 doctor accused of rape says he Wasny to in town by Debbie we cheer Bonnie new Castle news the farm at the Villa Maria Community of spirituality in new Bedford has been quietly feeding the Sisters visitors and needy organizations for More than a Century. Its production dictated by Ever fluctuating economic trends the farms operations have changed throughout its 134-year existence swinging from a full scale beef and hog farm to a Small operation that suited the needs of the Sisters of the Convent Only. Today the farms 280 tillable acres and 400 acres of Woodlands Are More diversified with about 25 head of beef cattle organic vegetables a Field of sunflowers a shrubbery Nursery Wood harvesting and environmental education for the Community. Villa Maria the Community Center of the Sisters of the humility of Mary gives to charities an estimated wholesale amount of $13,000 Worth of produce per year that is raised on the farm. A Mastermind behind the farming operation for the past 43 Paul Hawthorne news Frank Romeo tends to the beef cows at Villa Maria. Years has been its quiet spoken manager Frank Romeo. Romeo 64, oversees the planting and harvesting assessing the farm As one of Lawrence county a hidden gems. A i think the farm brings a definite Type of enrichment to the Community As a whole a he said. Romeo is meticulous about keeping farm records which he stores on a computer in his office. A i could go Back to 1960 and Tell you what we did on a particular Day Here a he said. He keeps up with the times and latest agricultural trends by staying in Contact with various county and state farming agencies. Romeo and Villa Maria have had a Happy Union since he first started working there in his childhood planting Flowers in the gardens. Little did he realize that the farm and adjoining 400-please see farm Page 2 by Rick Elia new Castle news or. Robert Starr contends he Wasny to in new Castle during the time he a accused of raping a patient and a defense witness supports his Alibi. Starr 38, is on trial in Lawrence county common pleas court for allegedly raping a woman patient at her residence april 22 and May 8, 1995. However Starr who took the witness stand yesterday claims he spent the nights of april 21,22 and 23 at the Home of Betty Scovern of Natrona Heights about 70 Miles from new Castle. Scovern a registered nurse who has a daughter with Starr also testified he was with her at those times. The alleged victim originally told police the first sexual assault occurred about 3 . April 23, after Starr had called her several times beginning about 9 . April 22. However state police after finding a Call to the woman in Starr a cellular Telephone records at 11 24 . April 21, allege the incident took place the morning of april 22. Starr acknowledged calling the woman at that time from the Plum Borough area and he said he knew the Call was on the records he gave the police. A she had paged me a he said. A i responded to the the Call lasted about four minutes and a it was some Type of Small talk. It Wasny to an Calls to the alleged victim also appeared on Starr a Bill for april 19 and 30. He said he remember the Content of these conversations. He said he has Given his pager number a to Many patients in Case of he denied that either of the please see doctor Page 3 Virginia a. Brown 78, Ellwood City Rebecca m. Gerson 94, Pittsburgh Mary Houk 84, new Wilmington David j. Panella 66, 118 Glover Road see Page 5 breaking news new Castle police were investigating a shooting on Richelieu Avenue last night according to the Lawrence emergency operations Center. At press time police were conducting a search in the Croton Avenue area. No further details were available. Occupation funeral director and Deputy Coroner for Lawrence county birthrate May 9,1968 Hometown Ellwood City first childhood memory watching dad funeral director Sam Teolis do his Job. Id sneak Back in the workroom when i was 2 years old the greatest influence on my life my dad last Magazine i read Pennsylvania sportsman people May be surprised to know that i used to follow the grateful dead for about 10 years any time they were nearby favorite meal a Steak dinner favorite kind of movie action adventure three words that describe me Best honest sincere Loyal Best advice i Ever heard from my dad a a done to Tell a Friend your secrets he May be your enemy tomorrow the week ahead showers monday. High 65 to 75, Low in 50s. Partly Cloudy tuesday. High 65 to 75, Low 45 to 55. Chance of showers wednesday. High in 70s, Low in 50s. Saturday High in the 80s Low near 65 sunday High in the 80s Low in the 60s

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