Pennsylvania Towanda Daily Review in Towanda, Pennsylvania
2 Feb 1994

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2 Feb 1994

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Daily Review (Newspaper) - February 2, 1994, Towanda, PennsylvaniaLocal state sports nation world Charles returns to the headlines /101 wednesday or today slow mostly j sunny 114th Yea february 2,1994 Towanda a 35 cents new Bradford county Board of realtors new a officers of the Bradford county Board of realtors for 1994, Are front Row from left Peter French treasurer Muriel Farrell vice president Faye Lubold president and Lori Robinson executive officer. Back Row Sally Vaughn three year Branch Davidian lashes out at Koresh director Gene Shaylor one year director and Terri Kelley two year director. French co owner of americans Choice real estate in Wysox and Dushore has also been named 1993 realtor of the year. Review photo by Mike Frantz san Antonio apr doomsday Prophet David Koresh brainwashed his disciples before a deadly shootout with Federal agents then red them to the Brink of mass suicide during a 51 Day armed standoff a former Koresh Follower testified tuesday. Victorine Hollingsworth 59, said that Koresh ordered his followers to practice with guns and work out in a gym to stay in shape a to Stop the american she was the first Branch Davidian to testify in the trial of 11 cult members charged with murder in the feb. 28 shootout at the compound. Four Federal agents were killed and six Branch davidians Are believed to have died. The botched raid led to the standoff which ended april 19 when fire engulfed the compound. Koresh and More than 80 of his followers died. The defendants face up to life in prison if convicted. Is. Hollingsworth said she spent the shootout lying on a hallway floor As guns were fired from an upstairs window at agents of the Bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms. She identified five of the defend for your health from memorial Hospital i thorough cooking of shellfish is the Only Way to certify that harmful viruses and bacteria Are eliminated. Today a chuckle everyone should take Stock in themselves occasionally As Long As you done to try to sell it on the open Market. Wants As gunmen and testified that she later overheard one of them Livingston Fagan say he a a got a Federal agent in the stomach. Four Days after the shootout Koresh planned to be carried out of the compound dead on a Stretcher and have his followers kill themselves is. Hollingsworth said. A people were planning to commit a mass suicide a she said. A it would have been the end because David was teaching that we were coming to the end of the world a when he went out the at would come in the House and they would be in a shootout and blow the place one by one Koreshy a followers went to say goodbye to their Leader is. Hollingsworth said. But Koresh called off the mass suicide she said saying god had More work for him to do. A packed courtroom listened intently As is. Hollingsworth who is not a defendant provided a spellbinding account of life inside Koreshy a commune. A the Koresh brainwashed us All in these Type of things a she said. Market in Brief Phil goes commercial Punxsutawney a. Apr its Tough to be an animal superstar. You work All your life to gain respect forecasting weather for the last few weeks of Winter Only to find yourself dwarfed by a Mammoth balloon from a japanese conglomerate. Punxsutawney Phil shared the stage tuesday with a helium filled replica of sonic the hedgehog the kinetic Star of Sega video games. At Sega a request Punxsutawney mayor John Hallman proclaimed the Day before philos annual groundhog Day forecast to be hedgehog Day in Honor of the Spike haired sonic. A Phil welcomes a Little Competition now and then a said his handler Bill Deeley of the Tuxedo Clad inner Circle group that orchestrates philos forecast. About 50 balloon handlers from the Macy a thanksgiving Day Parade tried to keep the four Story sonic airborne amid Strong wind gusts through the Middle of town. When the wind forced him Down they lifted him Back up with volleyball set shots. Inner Circle members referred to sonic As philos a Distant telling the rodent icons apart is easy a Phil is idolized by old men in top hats and tails. Sonic is idolized by 11-year-old boys in Quot Beavis and butt head to shirts. A Phil comes from a Burrow and looks for his Shadow sonic comes from the land of the rising Sun and leaps Over video enemies. A you can to buy Stock in Phil but Punxsutawney a finer stores offer some nifty refrigerator magnets with his likeness. Phil will make his widely anticipated prediction just after 7 . Wednesday. If he sees his Shadow legend has it that we re due for six More weeks of Winter. If not Spring is said to be just around the Comer. Is it Over for Annette by sue Corie general news editor Towanda a a a non prosecution clause in the agreement Annette god 24, now of Troy or has with prosecutors should bar any further action being taken against her on the More serious charges she originally faced her lawyer attorney Robert Mcguinness says. Although District attorney Robert Fleury referred Only to mrs. Gods a use immunity granted in Exchange for her truthful testimony in the trial against her husband Charles 31, the a non prosecution clause is the part of the agreement a the forgot to report at the conclusion of gods trial Mcguinness charged. Mrs. God was called As a key prosecution witness in the commonwealths Case against god who was found not guilty on Friday of charges of first and third degree murder but guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the Jan. Ii 1992, shooting death of his sex wife Diane sue god. He was also found guilty of two counts of recklessly endangering two sons of the victim and defendant being in the Windham township Mobile Home at the time of the killing. He remains jailed awaiting his March 3 sentencing. No Surprise in her testimony mrs. God identified her husband As the shooter. God took the witness stand and pointed his Finger at his wife As the one who pulled the trigger. For Fleury to say he was a a shocked to hear god claim his wife was the killer Quot does not make sense a Mcguinness charged. Quot he be surprised it always happens a in cases where there Are co defendants in a murder trial mrs. Gods lawyer said. As examples he noted that in 1985 when Paul Arnold Sayre or 1, then age 26, was tried in the oct. 30, 1984, murder of Joseph Mccall Arnold identified co defendant Earl Hall then 26, As the killer of the 40-year-old Lebanon pa., Man. Arnold was acquitted of All charges except for a count of tampering with physical evidence. He was originally charged with second degree murder kidnapping robbery and theft Fleury represented Arnold in that Case attorney Daniel Barrett gods lawyer was then District attorney and was Case prosecutor. Hall was subsequently tried and convicted of first degree murder kidnapping and robbery. He was sentenced to life imprisonment plus 10 to 25 years. The Exchange of Finger pointing was seen too when Ronald l. Mccormick then 35, of Wyalusing or i was tried in 1985 for the killings of three members of the Albert Shoemaker family in Merrickville. He identified his former co defendant Deborah d. Tunnicliff then 23, Wyalusing As the one responsible for the deaths in the testimony he gave at his own trial. She had identified anyone who a heard about the Case a has an opinion a attorney Robert Mcguinness said a but does no to know All the facts and him As the one responsible for the murders. Is. Tunnicliff previously had entered a guilty plea to charges of third degree murder arson and burglary and agreed with prosecutors to testify at Mccormick a trial. She was sentenced to 16 to 35 years imprisonment. Mccormick was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole after being convicted of first degree murder in the death of Jeanette Shoemaker. He was represented at trial by Fleury again Barrett was trial prosecutor. Taking note of these local homicide cases in which the current District attorney was then involved As a defense lawyer Quot takes out the Surprise a of this Type of defense tactic being used in the most recent homicide trial Mcguinness feels. Non prosecution clause binding on prosecution he Points out that Fleury signed the agreement that contains the clause saying mrs. God a shall not be prosecuted for any other criminal offence of any kind or nature in connection with the death of Diane sue god or any other event related a that s binding on the commonwealths and is part of the agreement with which Fleury is familiar Mcguinness said. The provision a was ignored by the District attorney in statements he gave after gods trial Mcguinness said. Unless mrs. God violated the terms of the agreement As signed a which she did not a she can to be prosecuted further mrs. Gods attorney maintains. Hell be asking the court to set a sentencing Date for mrs. God on the less serious offence of obstructing administration of Law or other governmental functions to which she pleaded guilty in accordance with her agreement with prosecutors. The agreement proposes a sentence that a shall not exceed four months 15 Days or time already served and the maximum shall not exceed 23 months 29 Annette god a passed be Detector test in support of his position that mrs. God testified truthfully and held up her end of this arrangement Mcguinness revealed that she was Given a polygraph lie Detector Testa the prosecutions request before the plea agreement was finalized. See a Nannette a Page 11 Crater on Venus to be named for Troy native now industrials nose sap 500 a amp a my Ducai amex Nash a Flagstaff Ariz. A Lowell Observatory has announced that a 37-km-diameter Crater on the planet Venus has been provisionally named for miss Wrexie Louise Leonard a native of Troy. Miss Leonard was the personal Secretary and observing assistant of or. Percival Lowell from 1896 through Lowell a death in 1916, and a Central employee of Lowell Observatory during that time. Leonard Crater is located on Venus at -73.8 degrees latitude. 186.0 degrees East Longitude. Final approval for Leonard Crater will take place at the next meeting of the general Assembly of the International astronomical Union in August of 1994. According to an Observatory spokesman Wrexie Leonard lived from sept. 15, 1867. Through nov. 9. 1937. While serving As Percival Lowell s private Secretary. Miss Leonard also made her own observations and drawings of planetary detail including some of the earliest ones of Cloud markings on the planet Venus. With Lowell As a sponsor she was inducted into the astronomical societies of Mexico and France. It is known that there was deep admiration and respect Between the two and Many speculate there was Romance As Well. After Lowell a death. Miss Leonard retired and wrote a Book about him titled a Percival Lowell an afterglow a published in 1921. Percival Lowell founded Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff Ariz., in 1894, and it has grown to be the largest privately operated non profit astronomical Observatory in the world. 1994 Marks a Century of pioneering space exploration and research for the Arizona institution with historic discoveries like the first evidence of the expansion of the universe in 1912, the existence of Pluto in 1930, rings of uranus in 1977, and a hazy atmosphere on Pluto in 1988, among Many others according to the Observatory. This 37-km-diameter Crater on Venus has been named for Troy native Wrexie Louise Leonard a Lowell Observatory staff member during the Early 1900s. Photo Courtesy of the Nasa Magellan project news advertising subscriptions -1-8 253-3662, 265-2151, 888-9652

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