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Tornado SALUTING THE BRAVE Fracking


victims control
in shelter debated
dilemma AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/FOR THE TIMES LEDER Sides take positions on whether
First option for thousands in KINGSTON, FORTY FORT: The Irem HANOVER TWP: Cpl. Chris Avery, DALLAS: Thomas Manzoni and Mi- Feds should regulate drilling
Joplin, Mo., is existing rental Shrine Mummers strut their way vice commander of AMVETS Post chael Parmelee, Scout Pack 146,
down Wyoming Avenue. 59, Hanover Township, salutes. Jackson Township, offer a salute. process or let states handle it.
units but availability an issue.

By JIM SALTER
Associated Press
JOPLIN, Mo. — Some of the
people left homeless by the Jo-
plin tornado could be placed in
rental homes nearly an hour’s
A day of thanks By JONATHAN RISKIND
Times Leader Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON – When federal En-
vironmental Protection Agency Admin-
istrator Lisa Jackson touched on “frack-
ing” during a House hearing last week
on Capitol Hill, proponents and detrac-
drive away, and the Federal tors of the natural gas drilling method
Emergency Management Agency took immediate notice.
said Monday it will consider And, naturally, both
bringing in trailers, as it did for sides in the debate over
New Orleans after Hurricane Ka- hydraulic fracturing – the
trina, if enough homes are not process for extracting
available. natural gas from rock for-
FEMA’s first option for hous- mations deep under-
ing the thousands of displaced is ground by injecting wa-
to find them ex- ter, sand and chemicals –
“How does isting rental came away with very dif-
housing within ferent takes on Jackson’s comments.
it feel be- a 55-mile radius And, naturally, both sides in the in-
ing home- of Joplin, be- creasingly contentious argument over
less? Hon- cause isn’t
there
much
whether the federal government
should regulate the hydraulic fractur-
estly, hor- housing left in ing industry rather than leaving state
the city of near- agencies in charge took pains to spin
rible. It’s ly 50,000 resi- the comments as showing that the EPA
just so dents that was head did or did not favor new federal
left badly dam- authority.
bad.” aged by the As fracking wells proliferate in
Gerry May 22 torna- Northeast Pennsylvania – and else-
Guitierrez do, spokeswo- where around the country – proponents
tornado victim man Susie say it’s a boom that will help fuel a clean
Stonner told energy supply of natural gas and create
The Associated a slew of good-paying jobs for years to
Press. Nearly a third of the city FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER come.
was damaged by the violent WILKES-BARRE: Ryan Genners, 3, Emma Genners, 6, Brooke Mulhern, 4, and Connor Mulhern, 7, sit on the curb on But opponents charge that fracking
storm that left killed more than Scott Street watching the Parsons Memorial Day Parade. carries the risk of contaminating
130 people. Twenty-nine people
remained unaccounted for Mon-
day, a major decline from earlier
figures.
In parades and remembrance, See DEBATE, Page 10A

the area honors its defenders


Community
Stonner said that despite the
distance, putting people in per-
manent housing is preferable to By EDWARD LEWIS
trailers — especially in an area [email protected] MORE INSIDE

pools going
prone to tornadoes and severe FORTY FORT – The U.S. Marine •For more parade photos and a story
weather. Corps Reserve Color Guard received a on the nation’s observance, see
“Wouldn’t you prefer to be in a Pages 4A, 5A, 6A
standing ovation Monday as it
stable building over a mobile marched along in the three-mile long

down drain
home?” she asked. Stonner also West Side Memorial Day parade on Peeks of sun broke through the
noted that getting things such as Wyoming Avenue. clouds as parade-goers were not de-
water, sewer lines and develop- One woman screamed out, “thank terred by sweltering temperatures that
ing pads for trailers would take you,” as the color guard passed Bennett reached 80 degrees by 11:30 a.m.
substantial time. Street. Tammy Reingold, 33, of Wyoming, From NYC to Sacramento, pools are
City Administrator Mark Rohr Wyoming Avenue was lined with brought her 5-year-old daughter, considered too costly to maintain.
said the goal is to keep people as spectators from the parade start at Bridget, to the parade. PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER
close to home as possible but that Kingston Corners at Market Street to Dressed in red, white and blue, Rein- SWEET VALLEY: Youngsters in the
“based on the circumstances the end at the Forty Fort Municipal truck from Jeff’s Body Shop & Cus- By JEFFREY COLLINS
we’ll have to respond according- toms wave to the crowd. Associated Press
Building at River Street. See PARADE, Page 4A
ly.” The city has not said how ANDERSON, S.C. — On those sum-
many people were left homeless mer days when the temperature soars
by the twister, but Rohr said into the 90s and the haze blurs the hori-

Firefighters take on old-school test of endurance


4,500 to 5,000 residents have reg- zon, city pools across the U.S. have
istered with FEMA. beckoned people from all over to take a
Temporary housing will be cool dip.
made available for up to 18 But as the Great Recession has
months. Some people along the Team Harveys Teams from neighboring companies drained city budgets across the coun-
Gulf Coast still live in FEMA Lake fire- try, it also has drained public pools for
fighters on
compete at Sweet Valley carnival.
trailers nearly six years after Hur- good. From New York City to Sacra-
ricane Katrina. the left are mento, Calif., pools now considered
Another FEMA spokesman, John Souder, By TERRIE MORGAN-BESECKER costly extravagances are being shut-
Bob Josephson, said the agency Gene Bulman [email protected]
tered, taking away a rite of summer for
and Joe SWEET VALLEY – At age 22, Harveys
will consider bringing trailers to millions. It’s especially hard for families
Leach. On the Lake volunteer firefighter Gene Bulman has
Joplin if enough existing housing that can’t afford a membership to pri-
right, Danny some of the newest firefighting technologies
isn’t available. He said every ef- Bonavina,
vate pool or fitness club and don’t live
fort will be made to find existing available to fight fires, but he always won- in a neighborhood where they can be-
Steven Sauce- dered what it was like to battle blazes in the
rental units closest to Joplin and da and Chris friend someone with a backyard pool.
that many residents may simply “old days,” he said. Hard times haven’t always meant cut-
Higgins.
choose to find their own housing There were no high-tech pumper engines, backs. An author who studied the role
options. no high-powered water hoses back swimming pools played in 20th century
People who lived in the 8,000 America found more than 1,000 munici-
structures smashed in the storm PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER See TEST, Page 4A pal pools were built as public works pro-

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Robert Williamson POLICE BLOTTER Street said the windshield on


her vehicle was smashed some-
afternoon at the Wal-Mart store
on Airport Road. The men fled
DETAILS
May 29, 2011 time between Saturday night in a white Dodge Caravan.
LACEYVILLE – Brendon and Sunday morning while it • Mahd T. Odeh of South

R obert Williamson, 98, of Druid


Hills Drive, Shavertown, died
Timek, 26, of Pittston, was
arrested on evidence of drunk-
was parked near her residence.
• Margaret McGowan of
Cedar Street, Hazleton, said
Pennsylvania license plate
LOTTERY
Sunday, May 29, 2011, at Mercy Cen- en driving early Sunday morn- Green Street said cash and HRZ-8726 was stolen from his
ter, Dallas. ing on Second Street, state
MIDDAY DRAWING
loose change were stolen from 1992 Honda Accord while it
He was born in Vernon, Wyoming police at Tunkhannock said. two of her vehicles that were was parked at 5 Star Trucking
DAILY NUMBER – 0-7-1
County, Pa., a son of the late John State police said Timek was BIG 4 – 4-1-2-8
and Ida Williamson. unlocked and parked in her Co. on state Route 924 between
stopped for traffic and motor driveway sometime between 5 p.m. Thursday and 9:45 p.m. QUINTO - 4-2-9-7-5
In addition to his parents, he was vehicle violations around 2:15
preceded in death by brothers, John
a.m. and found to be under the
Saturday night and Sunday Friday. TREASURE HUNT
and Daniel; sister, Bertha William-
influence of alcohol. Charges morning. Her garage was also • Anna Woitek, 82, of 17th 02-10-17-28-30
son Reeser; and brother-in-law, Wil- entered and a Sony PS3 game Street, said her residence was
liam Kishbaugh. will be filed pending the results NIGHTLY DRAWING
of blood alcohol testing, state console was taken, she said. burglarized between 3:30 p.m.
Robert was a graduate of Wyom- and 5 p.m. Friday. She said her
DAILY NUMBER - 5-7-0
police said.
ing High School, class of 1931. He
HAZLE TWP. - State police front door was forced open and BIG 4 - 5-2-9-7
joined General Cigar Co., but was
then drafted into the U.S. Navy in HANOVER TWP. – Town- reported the following: cash and jewelry were taken. QUINTO - 6-0-9-1-9
World War II. hours in his basement workshop ship police reported the follow- • Two men used fraudulent CASH 5
He returned to General Cigar making bird feeders and bird houses ing: credit cards to buy a $600 gift WILKES-BARRE - City 05-09-10-18-24
Co., where he worked for 45 years, for his family and friends. • Marissa Lee of Ridge card and solar lights Friday police reported the following:
retiring as a district manager. He loved a good time and was al- • Jeremy Martin, 21, of
MATCH 6 LOTTO
Robert was a member of Shaver- ways the life of the party. His base- Chestnut Street, Wilkes-Barre 03-09-24-27-33-38
town United Methodist Church, ment pool table was a great source
and past master of Kingston Lodge of fun, especially when his great-
Helene Webby Krapf Township, will be charged with
violating a protection from
395 F&AM, Caldwell Consistory, grandson, Caleb, was there with May 30, 2011 HARRISBURG – Two players
Bloomsburg, and Irem Temple him. abuse order for allegedly send- matched all five winning
The family especially wished to ing a text message and making
A.A.O.N.M.S. numbers drawn in Monday’s
H Nuangola, entered into the
elene Webby Krapf, 41, of
He was a member of the Irem thank those involved with Bob’s ex- a phone call to Shari Fisk of
ceptional care over the past two- “Pennsylvania Cash 5” game
Golf Association for over 40 years, arms of our Lord and into the heal- Madison Street on Sunday. and will each win a jackpot
plus years at the Mercy Center Spe-
where he also enjoyed many happy
cial Care Unit, Dallas. ing arms of St. Charbel, where she • Andrew Serrette, 22, and worth $62,500.
hours playing cards with his friends. found eternal peace on Monday, Tonnice McNeill, 25, both of
He was also a member of the Dallas
Funeral services will be held Lottery officials said 110
at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the May 30, 2011, at Manor Care Poplar Street, face charges after
American Legion. players matched four num-
Hugh B. Hughes & Son Inc. Funeral Hampton House, Wilkes-Barre. an altercation with Darla
Robert is survived by his wife of Home, 1044 Wyoming Ave., Forty Born in Wilkes-Barre, on August
bers and won $101 each;
73 years, the former Elsie Johnston; Fort, with the Rev. Lynn Snyder, his
Hules, also of Poplar Street. 2,917 players matched three
21, 1969, she was the loving moth- Hules said that on Friday she
and son, Robert A., and wife Carol, pastor, officiating. Interment will be er of Amanda and Brittany, and a numbers and won $6 each;
Trucksville; three granddaughters, in Fern Knoll Burial Park, Dallas. was punched and had her hair and 27,539 players matched
daughter of Angeline Webby and
Lori Nye and husband Daniel, Wil- Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. to- the late Atty. Peter Webby. pulled in the altercation with two numbers and won $1
mington, Del.; Robin Edwards and day and from 10 a.m. until the time Helene was a 1988 graduate of Serrette and McNeill. Serrette each.
husband Gary, Forty Fort; and of service Wednesday. Crestwood High School. was charged with public drunk- One player matched all six
Dawn Ross and husband Joseph, In lieu of flowers, the family re- She was employed at Dana Per- enness, harassment and dis-
and great-grandson, Caleb, Wil- quests donations are made to Sha- winning numbers drawn in
fume, Mountain Top, and then orderly conduct, police said. Monday’s “Pennsylvania
mington, Del.; and sister-in-law, Al- vertown United Methodist Church, dren and mother, are her brothers,
went on to find her passion taking
Joseph Webby and companion
McNeill was charged with Match 6 Lotto” game and
ice Kishbaugh, Forty Fort; as well as 163 N. Pioneer Ave., Shavertown, or care of special needs adults at Hu-
several nieces and nephews. Hospice of the Sacred Heart, 200 Vicki Gustin; Atty. Ferris Webby harassment and disorderly will win a jackpot worth
man Service Consultants, for over conduct, police said.
Bob especially enjoyed his long Lake St., Dallas, PA 18612, or to the
20 years.
and wife Elaine, George Webby $1,950,000.
retirement and spending endless charity of the donor’s choice. and companion Charlene Holby, • Laurie Walkowiak, 54, of
Helene was a member of St. An-
Peter Webby and wife Denise, and North Washington Street, said
thony St. George Maronite
John Webby and wife Melissa; and Sunday morning that a window
Church. sister Theresa Webby Schenck and was smashed on her vehicle. OBITUARIES
She was an avid bingo player, husband John.
Cecelia ‘Ceil’ Uren and loved Farmville and her Farm- Helene will be sadly missed by
• John Thomas Galabinski of
Balester, Jonathan
ville friends. Hanover Township was arrest-
May 21, 2011 all of her nieces, Amy, Angel Mae,
Helene set her sights on making Charbi Anne, Loriah Ann and ed on evidence of drunken Burgess, Mark
people laugh. She had a big soft Leanne; and nephews, Peter, Fer- driving early Sunday morning Franklin, Beverly
C ecelia “Ceil” M. Uren died
peacefully on Saturday, May 21,
2011, in Bellevue, Wash., after a val-
heart, and loved everyone. Her ris, John Jr., Joseph and Christoph-
greatest joy was her children, and er; godson, John IV; great-nieces,
after he struck two parked
vehicles on Kidder Street.
Glushefski, Edward
Hoffman, Roxanne
being with her family and friends great-nephews, Aunt Tamam, her • Desalegn Y. Tefera of
iant struggle for six months with
around holidays and special gath- children, many cousins, close fam- Kalinski, Marlene
end-stage COPD. Bloomsburg was arrested Sat-
She was born October 2, 1929, in erings. ily, and Amanda’s and Brittany’s urday afternoon for allegedly
Klimek, Jennie
Wilkes-Barre, the only surviving Helene was preceded in death companions, Jason,and John.
violating a protection from Kondracki, Helen
child of Peter Jasonis and Julia Mu- by her father, Atty. Peter Webby; Funeral services will be held at
sial. paternal grandparents, Joseph and 9:30 a.m. Thursday from Mamary- abuse order filed against him Krapf, Helene
Ceil lived most of her life on Margaret Webby; maternal grand- Durkin Funeral Service, 59 Parrish by Rahel Alemu of Wilkes- Langan, Francis
Larch Lane, Wilkes-Barre, amongst parents, Ferris and Maounie Mar- St., Wilkes-Barre, with services at Barre. Police said Tefera had Lello, Regina
a large extended family. tinos; uncles, Chor Bishop, George 10 a.m. at St Anthony’s Maronite three outstanding warrants for
She was a graduate of GAR Me- Webby, Joseph Webby, Elie Marti- Church, Wilkes-Barre. Interment allegedly violating the same
Matthews, Doris
morial High School, class of 1947, nos, Boutrous Martinos, Martinos will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Ha- order. McNulty, Raymond
and the Wilkes-Barre General Hos- Martinos; and her aunt, Foutina nover Township. Family and • Susan Broody, 48, of Gar- O’Borski, Gary Sr.
pital School of Nursing, class of Juan, Lebanon, Pa. friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m.
1950. ber Street, Hanover Township Petrick, Nancy
She is survived by her son Tho- Surviving in addition to her chil- Wednesday.
Ceil was employed as a nurse for
mas M. Uren and his wife, Sharon
will be charged with leaving the Rusch, Tina
over 40 years, first at the Veterans scene of an accident after, po- Shupp, Harold
Administration Hospital, Lebanon, Lawrence, Kirkland, Wash.; daugh-
lice said, she was involved in a
Pa., and later at the Wilkes-Barre ter-in law, Nancy Uren, and grand-
crash at the intersection of
Thomas, Dianne
General Hospital. daughter, Krista M. Uren (grand-
ma’s “morning glory”), both of Sara-
Francis Frank ‘Sonny’ Langan Hazle and South Pennsylvania Thomas, George Jr.
She was a longtime member of
Holy Trinity Church, Wilkes-Barre, sota, Fla.; grandsons, Nicholas N. May 29, 2011 avenues Saturday afternoon Uren, Cecelia
and a former member of its Chris- Uren, Seattle, Wash., and Martin T. and fled. Williamson, Robert
Uren and his partner, Liz Rees, Ros- • Lorraine Simon said Sat-
F gan, of Larksville, passed away Wivell, Robert
tian Mothers Society. She was also a rancis Frank “Sonny” M. Lan-
member of the Wilkes-Barre Gener- lyn, Wash. urday that the passenger side
al Hospital’s School of Nursing Ceil dearly wished to have wel- at Geisinger Hospice, South window of her vehicle was
Yudkovitz, Dorothy
Alumni Association. comed a great-granddaughter, who Wilkes-Barre, after an illness, on
is expected to be born in the early damaged while it was parked in
In 2004 Ceil moved to Evergreen Sunday, May 29, 2011. Page 2A, 7A
Court Retirement Community, Bel- summer. the rear of a residence on Dar-
Born in Pittston, on October 12,
levue, Wash. While there, she made Burial will be at St. Mary’s Ceme- ling Street.
1937, he was a son of the late Pa-
many dear friends, and served as an tery on a date to be determined. An
announcement of the date will fol- trick and Alice Nealon Langan.
officer of the Residents Council for
Sonny was a graduate of St. WHO TO CONTACT
three years, two as president.
In addition to her parents, Ceil
low.
In lieu of flowers, the family re- Leo’s High School. Doris Jane
was preceded in death by her infant quests donations in Ceil’s memory He was a veteran of the U. S. Air
Force, and was a member of St. Ig-
Matthews Missed Paper ........................829-5000
Obituaries ..............................829-7224
twin sister, Theresa Jasonis, who to the Residents Council, Evergreen Advertising...............................829-7101
died shortly after their birth; and Court Retirement and Assisted Liv- natius Church, Kingston. May 28, 2011 Classified Ads.........................829-7130
her beloved son William J. Uren in ing Community, 900 124th Ave. NE, Prior to his retirement, he was
Newsroom ..............................829-7242
2003. Bellevue, WA. employed by Luzerne/Wyoming Doris J. (Ho-
County Transportation. well) Matthews, Vice President/Executive Editor
Sonny was preceded in death by Mary Alice Koneski, Hanover 89, passed away Joe Butkiewicz ...............................970-7249
his daughter, Ann Langan Holmes. Township; as well as nieces and ne- peacefully at Asst. Managing Editor
He is survived by his wife of 50 phews. home Saturday, Anne Woelfel...................................970-7232
Gary O’Borski Sr. years, the former Rose Marie Mar- Funeral service will be held
at 9 a.m. Wednesday from the
May 28, 2011.
She was born
Editorial Page Editor
torana; daughter, Mary Alice Lan- Mark Jones .....................................970-7305
May 30, 2011 Lehman Family Funeral Service, in Broad Top, Pa.,
gan, Dallas; sons, Patrick Langan
689 Hazle Ave., Wilkes-Barre, with on November 6, Features Editor
and his wife, Doreen, Luzerne; Sandra Snyder................................970-7383
1921, a daughter of the late David and
G ary K. O’Borski Sr., of Wilkes-
Barre, passed peacefully away
Frank Langan, Courtdale; and Tim
Holmes, Larksville; grandchildren,
a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30
a.m. in St. Ignatius Church, 339 N. Edith Howell.
Doris attended schools in Pennsyl-
early Monday morning, May 30, Sean and Joseph Gruver, Maria Maple Ave., Kingston. Interment
2011, in Hospice Community Care vania, and was a longtime Chicopee,
and Rachel Langan, Matthew and will be in Chapel Lawn Cemetery, Mass., resident.
at Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre.
Born March 29, 1942, in Nanti-
Andrew Langan, and T.J. Holmes; Dallas. Friends may call at the fu- She loved to spend time with her BUILDING
coke, he was a son of the late Joseph
step-grandchildren, Fred, Jeff and
Dorothy Gruver; brother, Joseph
neral home from 5 to 8 p.m. today.
Condolences may be e-mailed to
friends, family and church.
Doris will be remembered as a
TRUST
Edward and Alice (Pope) O’Borski.
Langan, Wilkes-Barre; and sister, [email protected]anfuneralhome.com. wonderful loving “grandma” and will
He was a graduate of Harter High
be sadly missed by her family and The Times Leader strives to
School, class of 1960, and was em-
friends. correct errors, clarify stories
ployed at Country Pine for several She was the wife of the late Ralph
years, and at Fluor Design and Engi- and update them promptly.
neers in Houston, Texas. Helen Kondracki E. Shone and the late James W. Mat-
thews.
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After moving back to Pennsylva- In addition to her husbands, Doris
nia with his wife, Alice, he was em- May 28, 2011 was preceded in death by her son Ed- to help us correct an inaccu-
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Center for 20 years. dren, Ralph Evans, Dallas, Brenda
Gary enjoyed golfing with his Savitski and her husband, Robert, H elen L. Kondracki, 82, of
Plains Township, died Satur-
day evening, May 28, 2011, at King-
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LOCAL
Tasks challenge transition group
NEWS IN BRIEF
EXETER

Arson sentence upheld


T he state Superior Court has up-
held the eight-to-16-year prison
sentence imposed upon an Exeter
Home rule panel has much to do The committee con- they vote whether to adopt them as offi- he said.
man who caused a massive explosion
vened in December to start cial recommendations to council, Bo- An advertisement seeking a manager
before county council takes over. after he set fire to his home in a
drafting proposed codes beck said. likely will be printed in newspapers and
failed suicide at-
and policies and discuss A draft of the administrative code trade publications and on Internet job tempt.
By JENNIFER LEARN-ANDES plans to search for a new probably won’t be completed until late sites around the end of July, Morelli said. David Lamo-
[email protected] county manager, division July or early August because it is the The committee has agreed to conduct a reaux, 46, had
Luzerne County home rule transition heads and citizen mem- “most involved,” Bobeck said. This code nationwide search but won’t be hiring a asked the court to
committee members say they’re trying bers of boards and authorities. must outline the county’s administrative professional recruitment firm because of overturn the sen-
to stay focused because they only have The new council may accept or reject structure, procedures and operations, in- the cost, he said. tence imposed by
about five months to complete their rec- any recommendations from the transi- cluding policies for purchasing and bud- The transition committee has not dis- Luzerne County
ommendations to the 11 county council tion committee, which is composed of geting. cussed specifics on how the applications Judge Tina Po-
members who will be elected in Novem- the three county commissioners, five The committee’s personnel and will be screened, though members have lachek Gartley, Lamoreaux
ber. home rule charter drafters and three citi- recruitment subcommittee has complet- stressed that all applications and other arguing it was too
“Committee members are diligently zens. ed a draft county manager job descrip- information received through the job ad- severe.
working day and night to ensure that the Drafts of the ethics and personnel tion and is working on a proposed job ad- vertisement will be turned over to the Lamoreaux pleaded guilty in May
new government is ready as best possi- codes will be presented to the commit- vertisement for that position, said the new council. to numerous charges, including
ble to function on Jan. 2,” said commit- tee for its review in June, Bobeck said. subcommittee chairman, Rick Morelli. Morelli’s subcommittee is also work- arson and risking or causing a catas-
tee Chairman Jim Bobeck. “This is a Committee members will have about Job descriptions and advertisements trophe in connection with a fire he
painstakingly time-consuming affair.” two weeks to review the drafts before must also be drafted for other key posts, See HOME RULE, Page 10A set in August 2009. The blaze caused
the home to explode, injuring two
girls who were walking by seriously

Exeter eyes
damaging dozens of nearby structur-
es.
Lamoreaux stated the judge failed
to adequately consider all mitigating

request for
factors, including his remorse and
the fact that he suffered severe burns
that have left him disabled for life.
In a response to his appeal, Gar-
tley said the sentence was warranted

zoning shift
because of the severity of Lamo-
reaux’s actions and the impact it had
on the community.
“The defendant’s self-imposed
sentence of a lifetime of disability
A plan for new housing raises does not mitigate the defendant’s
sentence,” Gartley wrote.
concerns about runoff, flooding.
The Superior Court upheld the
sentence in a ruling issued last week.
By WILLIAM BELL
Times Leader Correspondent HANOVER TWP.
EXETER – When Borough Council
was presented with a resolution May 3 Electric service restored
that would have changed the zoning of Lightning caused more than 900
one area of the borough as a means to UGI customers to lose electrical
stop a potential 186-unit development, service Monday morning.
the measure failed to pass. Dom Brominski, UGI Utilities
Council President Richard Murawski spokesman, said 903 customers lost
made the motion to change the zoning service around 7 a.m. when lightning
from R3 (high density) to R1 (for single struck a distribution center on First
homes), based on a recommendation Street.
from the borough Planning Commis- Power was restored at 8 a.m. to
sion. But the motion died for a lack of a 309 customers and by 10 a.m. for the
second without a formal vote. AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER remaining customers, Brominski
The land is located on Packer Ave- This Sullivan Street house was destroyed by fire early Monday morning. Walls and chimney were quickly torn down for said.
nue, which borders the Fox Hill Coun- safety reasons. Fifteen tenants were evacuated from a building next door.
try Club and connects Tunkhannock SCRANTON

Fire wrecks vacant W-B house


Avenue and Slocum Avenue.
Council was unresponsive when Concert series announced
Planning Commission member Larry Lackawanna County commission-
Dellegrotto asked for an explanation. ers Michael J. Washo, Corey D.
Dellegrotto said the rezoning ad- O’Brien and A.J. Munchak have
dressed the exact type of development announced the lineup for this sum-
that had caused water runoff problems Tenants are forced out of a Sullivan building, was too upset to be interviewed. how long 73 Sullivan St. was vacant or if mer’s Friday Noontime Concert
in the past in the borough. He lived in the building and was salvaging the house had utility service.
Street building adjacent to the one Series on Courthouse Square.
He said the recommendation was items from his residence Monday after- A sign by the city Code Enforcement All concerts will run noon to 1
based on the advice of the commis- that burned early Monday. noon. Office condemning the house was posted p.m. and are on the Linden Street
sion’s planning consultant. McHenry said the American Red Cross on the front door window. side of the courthouse.
Eventually, Councilman Joseph Piza- is assisting15 tenants from the apartment Two pickup trucks and a vehicle parked The schedule is as follows: June 3
no said he did not second the motion By EDWARD LEWIS building with housing in local hotels. At between the apartment building and the – North Pocono Steel Drum Project,
because of a lack of an explanation of [email protected] least three tenants are young children. vacant house were severely damaged. June 10 – Category 5, June 17 – Hick-
the issue from the Planning Commis- WILKES-BARRE – A vacant house on No injuries were reported, McHenry Three large trees surrounding the house ory Rose, June 24 – Q-Balls Duo, July
sion or its solicitor in his agenda pack- Sullivan Street was destroyed in a fire that said. were scorched. 1 – The Coaltown Rounders. July 8 –
et. forced an evacuation of15 tenants from an He said the cause of the fire is under in- McHenry said a back-hoe was brought Snapshot of Picture Perfect, July 15 –
When Dellegrotto asked, since he adjacent apartment building early Mon- vestigation by city Fire Inspector Alan late Monday morning to knock down the Brandon Quinn, July 22 – TBA, July
had attended the council work session, day morning. Klapat. chimneyandfiredamagedwallsthatwere 29 – Arts Alive, Aug. 5 – Paul La
why had no one asked any questions at Acting Assistant Fire Chief Frank Flames spread to the apartment build- in danger of collapsing. Belle and All That Jazz, Aug. 12 –
the work session, the council moved on McHenry said firefighters responded to ing, damaging the second floor. “We had the chimney and walls Joe DeMark, Aug. 19 – Jim Cullen/
to other issues. 73 Sullivan St. at about 1 a.m. “That building had fire damage on the knockeddowntomakeitsafer,”McHenry Danie-elle & Friends, and Aug. 26 –
Contacted later, he said the proposed “It was fully involved when they ar- left side (67 Sullivan St.),” McHenry said. said. George Wesley.
rezoning was based on a recommenda- rived; completely consumed by flames,” “Flames got in the walls and the ceiling on Plywood was fastened to the front door
tion by Jack Varaly of Michael J. Pason- McHenry said. the second floor.” and smashed windows at 67 Sullivan St. PHILADELPHIA
ick and Associates, the commission’s Flamesquicklyrippedthroughthetwo- Firefighters battled the blaze from all It is the second fire at a vacant building
planning consultant. The intent was to story wood house that was less than 15 sides, including a firefighter with a hose on Sullivan Street since 2007. Local man wins honor
ensure that the land, which could be de- feet from a triple-block apartment build- kneeling on the porch roof of the apart- In June of that year, a vacant apartment Barry Trievel of Wilkes-Barre was
veloped into more than 180 multiple- ing at 63-67 Sullivan St. ment building. building at 75-77 Sullivan St., next to 73 presented with the National Kidney
family units, would be restricted to a Phillip Daniels, owner of the apartment McHenry did not immediately know Sullivan St., was destroyed in a blaze. Registry’s most prestigious award,
much smaller number of single-family The American
units if developed in the future. Hero’s Award, earli-
The intent would be to help control
water runoff and the flooding problems
Philadelphia medical school is next goal for brother, sister er this month at the
organization’s an-
large developments create. nual awards event.

Twins have own prescription for success


When contacted, Thomas Barnard of Trievel was
the Hicks Creek Watershed Associ- among 11 people
ation, said U.S. Army Corps of Engi- who selflessly do-
neers agreements made in 1953 and nated a kidney to a
1973 required the county to prohibit de- stranger who were Trievel
velopment and/or encroachment in By DAWN DRUMIN er -- most marriages don’t also honored and
Exeter that impacts the flood protec- Times Leader Correspondent last that long.” recognized at the event, according to
tion project’s designated temporary DALLAS – Fraternal twins They made up their minds a release from the registry.
flood storage areas, such as wetlands Licia and Paul Witt both to attend PCOM after shad- The 11 “Good Samaritan” donors
and ponding areas. want to be doctors like their owing school alumnus John being recognized started 11 chains
Barnard said these agreements were father, so this fall they will Kish, D.O., who practices at that facilitated 62 life-saving trans-
not enforced and development oc- enter the Philadelphia Col- Inter Mountain Medical plants, according to a press release
curred in the areas. He said these devel- lege of Osteopathic Medicine Group in Wilkes-Barre. from the registry.
opments had caused the flood storage together. “He really opened our eyes In accepting the award, Trievel
capacity to be lost. The twins, 23, of Dallas, to osteopathic medicine and said, “I have had friends who died
He also said the Corps has argued graduated from Wilkes Uni- what a great school PCOM from kidney disease. Life has been
that flooding in the Hicks Creek basin versity this spring, both with is,” said Licia. good to me in many ways. There was
is not the Corps’ responsibility. bachelor of science degrees They learned more about never the question: Should I do it or
However, Barnard said, when the in biology. Having the same the school when, in May, not? The issue was: Why shouldn’t I?
Corps designed and constructed the major, they attended many of they attended a PCOM re- I could not come up with a good
2000 levee-raising project, the flood the same classes together -- ception at Glenmaura Na- answer to that question. I have not
storage area did not exist and there was an experience that tightened tional Golf Club in Moosic. regretted my decision.”
no reason to believe that it would ever their sibling bond. The event, hosted annually The mission of the National Kid-
be restored. Borough Secretary Debra “Sometimes we finish each for the past four years by S. JOHN WILKIN/THE TIMES LEADER ney Registry is to save and improve
Serbin said the motion will be on the other’s sentences,” Paul said. Wilkes grads Licia and Paul Witt of Dallas enrolled at the lives of people facing kidney
agenda for the June 6 council meeting. “Twenty-three years togeth- See TWINS, Page 10A Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. failure.
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KINGSTON, FORTY FORT


PARADE The Marine
Corps
Continued from Page 1A
Reserve
gold said she believes it is impor- Color
tant to teach her daughter to re- Guard
member those who fought and marches
died for freedom. along
“My grandfather fought the Wyoming
Germans in World War II and I al- Avenue on
ways idolized him for it,” Reingold Monday.
said. “Without him and the mil- The West
Side pa-
lions of others who serve our coun-
rade start-
ty, I have the greatest respect and
ed at King-
admiration.”
ston Cor-
“It’s a time to honor our dead, ners and
especially our war dead,” said proceeded
Jackie Corbett about Memorial north to
Day. the Forty
Corbett, of the General Federa- Fort Ceme-
tion of Women’s Clubs, set up a re- tery, with
freshment stand at the end of the crowds
parade route, selling hot dogs, bev- lining the
erages and cupcakes with patriotic route of
icing. march all
Proceeds earned through hot the way.
dog sales are re- The Re-
“My grand- turned to the serve is
based in
community,
father Corbett said, by AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER Wyoming.
fought the donating to Madison Golembeski, 5, waits Sarah Feifer, Samantha and Elizabeth Cherinka, Isabel and Emma
Germans in Ruth’s Place, a for some candy in Kingston. Kilgallon, and Emily Feifer enjoy the parade in Kingston. AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
homeless wom-
World War en’s shelter, the
Lands at Hill-
II and I side Farms or
always the Weinberg
Food Bank coor-
idolized dinated by
him for it.” Commission on
Tammy Reingold Economic Op-
Wyoming portunity.
Looking the
part as a mem-
ber of the 24th
Connecticut Militia Regiment
during the Revolutionary War,
Homer Butler of Mount Cobb sat
outside the historic Forty Fort Mu-
nicipal Building holding a 1777
Charlieville musket.
With a raccoon tail hat and a full
beard, Butler described his family
history, saying eight ancestors
fought in the Revolutionary War.
“The 24th Militia was created in
the Wyoming Valley by the Con-
necticut Legislature in 1775 when
this area was under Connecticut
control,” he said.
Six militia re-enactors from the
24th Connecticut regiment
marched in the parade.
Grand marshals for the parade
were Bernard S. Shinko and Ge-
orge Russett.
Shinko, of Kingston, served
with the U.S. Army in Germany
and in Okinawa during the Korean
War era. He has been involved in
the West Side Memorial Day pa- AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
rade for 45 years. Revolutionary War re-enactors, with authentic dress and weapons, provide some history in the Kingston-Forty Fort Memorial Day Parade on Monday. The re-enactors
Russett, of Larksville, served in are traditional participants in area parades and events.
the U.S. Navy during World War II,
was commissioned as a second
lieutenant in the U.S. Army during
the Korean War, and served 20
years with the Pennsylvania Na-
tional Guard.
Other parades were held Mon-
day in Ashley, Dallas, Exeter/
West Pittston, Hanover Township,
the Parsons section of Wilkes-
Barre, and Wilkes-Barre Town-
ship.
Services were also held in many
cemeteries and churches across
the area.
“With a long winter and a rainy
spring that hopefully ended, it’s a
great way to start the summer by
remembering those who died
while protecting our country,” De-
nise Shovlin said.
Shovlin, of Pittston, brought her AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
daughter, Christina, 4, to the pa- Fire trucks bring up the rear of the Kingston-Forty Fort Memorial Day Parade on Monday. The pa- West Side Veterans Memorial Day Grand Marshals Bernard Shinko
rade in West Pittston/Exeter. rade wound north along Wyoming Avenue. and George Russett lead the parade along Wyoming Avenue.

TEST “We just that runs Davis, 41, had competed in up.
straight up to the competition years ago, but “You see the way that hose
do it for the top of the was more than happy to be rel- goes straight up? That’s grav-
Continued from Page 1A
the fun of scaffolding. egated to the role of cheerlead- ity. It’s not easy to defeat that,”
“We just do er this year, he said. he said. “It’s all about strength
then. Water got to a fire either it, but it it for the fun of “I did it a long time ago, but and endurance”
in buckets or by hand pumping takes a lot it, but it takes now I’m the chief. I get to hold Kaskus’ team gave it its best
it from a portable water supply. a lot out of the radio,” he said with a shot, but again fell short with a
On Monday, Bulman and sev-
out of you,” Bul- laugh. time of two minutes, 11 sec-
eral firefighters from his com- you.’’ man’s 26-year- The Harveys Lake team fin- onds. Harveys Lake posted a
pany got a first-hand taste of old teammate, ished the task in one minute, time of one minute 51 seconds.
Danny Bonavina
the old style of firefighting as Harveys Lake Danny Bonavi- 36 seconds, beating out Back The competition has been an
they took part in the “Fire- volunteer na, said as he Mountain Regional, which annual event at the carnival,
man’s Olympics” competition firefighter and his team posted a time of two minutes, which is the main fundraiser
at the Sweet Valley Volunteer prepared to do 10 seconds. for the Sweet Valley fire de-
Fire Company’s annual carni- battle against Dan Kaskus of Back Moun- partment. Firefighters say it’s
val, which concluded Monday. a team from tain Regional and his fellow always a big hit with festival
The competition pits teams the Back Mountain Regional teammates were determined to goers.
from neighboring fire compa- fire company. “You’re running redeem themselves in the tank- People like 8-year-old Ga-
nies against each other to see back and forth trying to get it er pump competition. brielle Shonis, who was root-
who can hoist buckets of water filled the fastest. It’s intense.” A team of six firefighters, ing on Back Mountain Region-
up a ladder to atop a 10-foot- At the sound of a whistle, the three on each side, worked in al, her dad’s fire company.
high scaffolding. The goal: Fill men were off, hurriedly filling unison, furiously pumping the Shonis had fun watching the
a 55-gallon barrel in the least buckets from a porta-tank. Wa- tanker’s handle. At first it competition, but said she’s in
amount of time. ter splashed to the ground as wasn’t that hard, Kaskus said. no hurry to put on a fire hat and
Once that’s done, they test they hustled to hand the buck- “You have to get the water boots herself.
their arm strength and endu- ets upward. moving. Once you get the pres- “That’s a big decision to
rance as they take on an old “Come on, guys! Let’s go!” sure, it gets going,” he said. make yet,” she said.
hand pumper – a red wagon Harvey’s Lake Fire Chief David It was another story once the
with two oversize silver han- Davis shouted, egging on his water got to the 90-degree an- Terrie Morgan-Besecker, a Times PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER
dles fashioned like a see-saw – team. “Let’s go! Don’t be slow- gle in the hose and the fire- Leader staff writer, may be reached at Josh Sawyer of Team Back Mountain Regional fills a bucket with
to pump water through a hose ing up!” fighters had to push it straight 570-829-7179. water from the porta-pond during the bucket brigade competition.
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PARSONS WILKES-BARRE SWEET VALLEY

FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER

Ed Banaszek of the Wyoming Valley Marine Corps League holds Carl Lisowski of the Parsons Lions Club sets a
his cap over his heart as the benediction was said in Parsons. wreath in front of the Scott Street memorial.

PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER

Military personnel ride atop a Humvee in Monday’s Sweet Valley Fire Company
parade.

PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER

Kids with soaker guns squirt water at parade Chase Patterson, 4, Hunlock
watchers during Monday’s parade. Creek, on dad Matt’s shoulders.
FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER

Matthew Devens, 6, member of the Red Coach Pitch Little League team marches in the Parsons Memorial Day
Parade.

FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER FRED ADAMS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER PETE G. WILCOX/THE TIMES LEADER

The color guard from the Wyoming Valley Marine The principal speaker at the Wilkes-Barre Parsons Memo- A vintage Dodge pickup leads other classic vehicles along Main Road in Monday’s
Corps League leads the parade down Mill Street. rial Day Parade was Lt. Col. Patrick Riley. Sweet Valley Fire Company parade.

HANOVER TWP. DALLAS

CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/FOR THE TIMES LEADER


CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/FOR THE TIMES LEADER Veteran John Emil plays taps
Trucksville Pack 155 Scout Leader Rick Ostrowski explains gave during Memorial Day services
markings and historical meanings at Woodlawn Cemetery. Monday.

SOLDIER AWARDED CITATION


BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER U.S. Army Staff
Flag bearers Joe Kachmarsky, left, Robert Steininger and Sam Sherwood lead the Hanover Memo- Sgt. James Horn-
rial Day Parade along Main Road on Monday morning. ing, left, speaks
after being awarded
a citation from
state Rep. Gerald
Mullery, center, for
replacing veterans’
grave makers as
Nanticoke Amer-
ican Legion Post
350 Historian Wal-
ter Yaninas looks
on during a ceremo-
ny in front of Glen
Lyon American
Legion Post 539 on
Monday morning.
The citation recog-
nizes Horning for
his work replacing
BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER 150 markers stolen
Courtney Prozeralik and the Hanover Area High Mike Young of Hanover Township, carries from cemeteries in
School Fusion dancers perform. daughters Ruth, 2, left, and Abigail, 3. BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER Glen Lyon.
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Germany
I N B R I E F Americans mark Memorial Day with parades, barbecues
and somber moments remembering loved ones who died

will shut
all nuke
facilities
All 17 plants will be closed
by 2022 for solar, wind and
hydroelectric power.

AP PHOTO By JUERGEN BAETZ


Canadian PM visits Afghanistan Associated Press
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen BERLIN — Europe’s eco-
Harper walks through a wheat field nomic powerhouse, Germany,
Monday at Tarnack Farms in Afghan- announced plans Monday to
istan. The prime minister made a abandon nuclear energy over
surprise stop in the country to mark the next 11 years, outlining an
the end of Canada’s decade-long mil- ambitious strategy in the wake
itary mission there and pay tribute to of Japan’s Fukushima disaster
fallen soldiers. to replace atomic power with
renewable energy sources.
Chancellor
WASHINGTON
Angela Mer- Germany’s
Joint Chiefs chair picked AP PHOTO
kel said she
hopes the initiative
received a
P resident Barack Obama moved
Monday to seal an overhaul of his
Stewart Glenn visits the grave of his father, World War II veteran Richard Glenn Sr., on Memorial Day at the National Memo-
rial Cemetery of Arizona, in Phoenix.
transforma-
tion to more
solar, wind skeptical

9/11 on our mind


national security team, selecting Army
Gen. Martin Dempsey as the next Joint and hydro- reception
Chiefs of Staff chairman amid protract- electric pow-
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Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi and a wind- other coun-
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Obama announced a new lineup of “We believe that we can
his top military leadership group in the By ERIC TUCKER Shanksville, Pa., said the show those countries who de-
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.Dempsey, an accomplished veteran of WASHINGTON — Amer- inspire Americans to be vigi- — or not to start using it —
the Iraq war, will succeed Adm. Mike icans from Washington to lant against future terrorist how it is possible to achieve
Mullen as his top military adviser. California were marking Me- attacks. growth, creating jobs and eco-
Obama called Dempsey “one of our morial Day with parades, “Obviously, bin Laden’s nomic prosperity while shift-
nation’s most respected and combat- barbecues and somber mo- death is a highlight of the ing the energy supply toward
tested generals.” ments of reflection in an an- 10th anniversary. However, renewable energies,” Merkel
The president also announced he has nual holiday infused with we recognize that future at- said.
chosen Navy Adm. James Winnefeld as fresh meaning by the ap- tacks are imminent and that, Merkel’s government said it
vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs and proaching 10th anniversary of absent using 9/11 as a model will shut down all 17 nuclear
Army Gen. Ray Odierno as Army chief the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. for how to respond, all Amer- power plants in Germany —
of staff. The anniversary was in- icans need to get involved. It the world’s fourth-largest econ-
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by the Senate, and Obama voiced hope Memorial Day Parade in 51-year-old said. 2022. The government had no
that could happen in a timely fashion. Washington, where special President Barack Obama immediate estimate of the
tributes were held for the first was participating in a wreath- transition’s overall cost.
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