New Castle News Weekend in New-Castle, Pennsylvania
24 Oct 1998

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24 Oct 1998

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New Castle News Weekend (Newspaper) - October 24, 1998, New Castle, Pennsylvania Saturday sunday new Castle a october 24-25,1998 119th year no. 38 copyright 1998 now Castle news new Castle news last night s scores Seneca Valley. 16 new Castle 9 Ellwood City 21 Char Valley 14 sharon.40 Wilmington.13 South Side 28 laurel.7 union.28 c. Springs .21 beaver.35 mohawk.13 rochester.35 farrell.20 North Hills 14 butler.12 remember inside classified. .21-27 comics to. .28 crossword. .25 entertainment .13 horoscopes. .25 living. .9-12 Money. .3 obituaries. .5 sports. .15-19 Pulaski a big 5 basketball lean we Kings of the Coart six Appeal a despite higher Odds $37 million Jackpot of the super 6 game is tempting by Judy Hruska new Castle news North Hill resident Linda Klenotic does no to like playing against the Odds but tonight a $37 million super 6 lotto Jackpot is too much for her to resist. A i think its too hard to win this Way a she said. A i like the Cash 5 better but in a still playing the super 6 because i want to try to win the Klenotic like millions of other pennsylvanians Are chasing the Carrot the state lottery commission is dangling in front of them even though no one has won the Jackpot in the six weeks since the games inception sept. 12. Lottery officials decided to replace the Keystone Jackpot and the wild card lotto with super 6, a simpler game with larger pots. At the time a representative told the press the lottery was banking on More people pumping More Money into the game. It worked. Lines started forming on wednesdays and saturdays around Matthew s. High news lottery sales have been brisk for Marcy Norris left and Elaine Harper at the red Apple on Wilmington Road. The state. However the consensus among players and ticket Sellers is that people really Arentt Happy with the game. A the state is crazy a Klenotic said. A they should have the key Ball like everybody wanted. They could have brought More Revenue into the state if they would have gotten that. At least you can win hundreds of dollars by Matching some of the super 6 requires players to choose six numbers Between 1 and 69. Players get three tries for $1. A promotion that will be in effect until nov. 6 is allowing players who spend $1 to play twice More for free. A match of three numbers out of the six wins Only $2. If four of the six match the player wins around $50, depending on How Many people matched that Many numbers. A the amounts you win for Matching some of the numbers Arentt attractive to the customer a said Eric Sudziak manager of Kwik fill red Apple food Mart on Wilmington Road. Even though people have been lining up to buy the tickets there Sudziak said the sales have yet to make up for the two games the state replaced. Sandy Zarilla said she a Only played the super 6 about a a half dozen times since it came out. The Odds Are a lot greater than Cash 5.�?� in the Cash 5 game there Are More opportunities to win hundreds of dollars the North Hill resident added. A i done to think the Jackpot should go up As High As $30 million. There should be More than one Winner. What is one person going to do with $30 million anyway a Zarilla please see six Page 6 Man held for trial in shooting outside bar by Debbie Wachter Bonnie new Castle news Vincent j. Colucci recounted in District court yesterday what happened the afternoon of sept. 29 when Kevin Vancobb shot at him outside Buzz and riches tavern on Hamilton Street. Colucci was uninjured. A crowd of people gathered in the neighbourhood waiting to see what was going to happen while Vancobb hid inside a House across the Street from the bar for More than an hour in a standoff against the police. District Justice Charles Abraham ordered Vancobb 21, of 926 w. Washington St. To stand trial for the shooting. Meanwhile he will remain in the Lawrence county jail in lieu of $25,000 Bond. Vancobb is charged with two counts each of criminal attempt at homicide aggravated assault and recklessly endangering. He also is charged with risking catastrophe and carrying a firearm without a License. Assistant District attorney Michael wish called Colucci As one of two witnesses. Also testifying was new Castle police officer David Viggiano who was among the first police on the scene. Although wish had other witnesses prepared to testify a we believe the Commonwealth has sustained its Burden a he told Abraham. Vancobb a court appointed attorney Gregory s. Fox offered no testimony on his behalf. He argued that at least three of the charges should be dismissed. Coluccio smother in Law owns Buzz and riches tavern. He testified he had been sitting at the bar near the door and Vancobb also sat at the bar drinking shortly before 4 30 . Coluccio a first Contact with Vancobb was after he bought everyone drinks at the bar including Vancobb he said. Colucci alleged Vancobb finished his drink left the bar then returned five to 10 minutes later and said the bar took his Beer. Vancobb a started getting a Little Rowdy Colucci said and Colucci told him he do that and would have to leave. Colucci told Vancobb he was barred from being there. As Vancobb left the tavern he kicked the door Colucci said and a i proceeded to follow him Colucci said he told Vancobb he was banned from the bar for life and Vancobb uttered some obscenities then using a pistol a the opened fire on he said Vancobb threw a soda can then discharged the weapon about four times in his direction while standing about 10 to 15 feet away from him. He said he ducked and the bullets missed him hitting the building serious support a Republican Mike Turzai gets big league backing in his Effort to upset incumbent Ron Klink last in a series on the candidates and issues before Pennsylvania voters in the nov. 3 elections by John k. Manna new Castle news Mike Turzai has been endorsed by former governor Dick Thornburgh and the present governor Tom Ridge. And he a had House speaker Newt inside. Mike Turzai reportedly hires helicopter to get Aerial footage of opponents Home. See Page 2 above his head. Colucci added that Vancobb first asked him a if i had a dumpster on me a and he took that to mean a pistol in Street Lingo. He said two of the bullets fired by Vancobb hit just below the upstairs apartment of the building and that the person living there was inside at the time. Colucci said he went to the Back of the inside of the building and called 911. He stayed on the phone with the dispatcher. When he returned to the front Vancobb was on the porch at a House across the Street and he shot two More times before the police arrived Colucci said. While look please see shooting Page 5 Gingrich speak on his behalf at a fund Raiser even if it was by Telephone and a life sized cardboard Cut out of Gingrich stood in his behalf. The National Republican congressional committee has contributed $70,000 to his Campaign to unseat . Rep. Ron Klink. To Mirzai said its the Only challenged race in Pennsylvania targeted by the committee. He said he is a pretty close to achieving his goal of raising $600,000, an amount he believes he needs to be competitive with Klink. The Money has Given Turzai the Opportunity to get the exposure through the Pittsburgh television Market something previous gop candidates have not been Able to do. In Short this is not the typical Republican Campaign trying to win a seat that has been held by a Democrat for All but four years since 1954. Gary Myers held the seat in the mid-1970s. To Mirzai on leave from his Law firm won the Republican nomination in a three Way race in May. He captured 54 percent of the vote defeating his nearest rival by about 6,700 votes. Klink was unopposed. In one of his commercials Turzai criticizes Klink for casting the decide please see vote Page 6 Donald w. Brown 68, Ellport Michelina Ruth Carletti 81, 18 e. Oakwood Way Fulton Harry Cook 82, Annapolis my. Emily a. Cuhran 86, new Wilmington Theodore Galinsky 77, 446 Brewster Road William r Murphy 81, Wampum Marian e. Orres 81, 1714 Hart St. Eisenhower Pilot Dies Jacksonville Fla. A retired maj. Gen. Charles i. Bennett jr., whose air Force career included an assignment As Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower a personal Pilot died oct. 16. He was 75. Today a obituaries weekend weather clock talk Daylight saving time departs Washington apr its time for America to get Back to the old Standard. Standard time that is. Remember the motto Spring Forward fall Back. Well its time to fall Back. Set the clocks Back an hour saturday night. The official moment is 2 . Tomorrow. The alternative of course is to arrive at Church work or whatever an hour Early. Exempt from the change Are residents of Arizona Hawaii the part of Indiana in the Eastern time zone puerto Rico the Virgin islands and american Samoa. Those areas choose not to observe Daylight time so they re already on Standard reckoning. Daylight saving time will return april 4. Fall Back be sure to set your clocks and watches Back one hour at 2 . Tomorrow. Saturday sunday High in 60s High 55 to 65 Low in 30s Low 35 to 45 the week ahead partly Cloudy monday and tuesday. High both Days 55 to 65, Low each Day 35 to 45. Road blues new castles chances of winning the Quad North title suffer a setback after a canes lose to Seneca Valley. Page 15 a

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