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July 31, 1988 | By Christine M. Johnson, Special to The Inquirer
Defense attorneys are seeking to have a judge suppress statements and evidence obtained by prosecutors in the murder case against a Chester Springs man. Anthony Matteo, 19, of Byers Road, is scheduled to go on trial Aug. 30 in the shooting death of golf pro Patrick Calandriello, 47, of Bridgeport. Matteo has been held without bail in Chester County Prison since his arrest Jan. 20 on charges of criminal homicide, theft and related offenses. Pretrial arguments are tentatively scheduled to resume tomorrow.
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September 1, 1988 | By Christine M. Johnson, Special to The Inquirer
A year ago this week, a young golf-cart mechanic offered his boss, a Montgomery County golf pro, a deal to buy about 50 stolen golf carts for $20,000, according to court records. The deal eventually cost the pro, Patrick Calandriello, his life, Chester County Deputy District Attorney Patrick Carmody said yesterday. He said the employee, Anthony Matteo, shot Calandriello to death, stole his money and stuffed his body into the trunk of Calandriello's car on Jan. 13. Matteo, 19, of Byers Road, Chester Springs, is being tried in Chester County Court on charges of criminal homicide, theft and related offenses in the death of Calandriello, 47, of Bridgeport.
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February 1, 1990 | By Pam Belluck, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two years after the frozen body of golf pro Patrick Calandriello was found in a car trunk in Lionville with a bullet hole in the eye, his mother is trying to collect more of his death benefits. After months of failed negotiations, Agnes A. Calandriello last month filed suit in Chester County Court against a Colorado insurance company that had refused to pay the accidental-death benefit on a $25,000 policy. At issue is whether Patrick Calandriello, a 47-year-old Bridgeport resident, was killed while in the process of committing a felony - participating in an alleged conspiracy to buy stolen golf carts.
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July 25, 1991 | By Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer
For Susan DiMatteo, ovarian cancer was a death threat, but her insurance company's refusal to pay for radical treatment was a death sentence. A sentence she refused to accept. That's why the 27-year-old Eddystone woman, her family and friends are organizing a rush of raffles, dinners, softball tournaments, casino trips - whatever it takes - to raise the $150,000 she needs for high-dose chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. "I have endured two surgeries in a 10-month time frame and seven months of chemotherapy," DiMatteo wrote Delaware Valley HMO of Concordville last month following its denial of coverage.
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April 10, 1996 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / PETER TOBIA
Joe Matteo, who has had AIDS since 1985, speaks at a Philadelphia hearing on cuts in federal Ryan White Title I Act money for the disease. City officials last week told the region's HIV/AIDS planning council funds would be cut from $9.8 million to $7.95 million. Hearings will be held in New Jersey and the suburbs.
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October 17, 2014
MORE THAN four decades later, Frank Ferrante can still remember the day he discovered Groucho Marx . Not surprising, because it led to his creating a successful show business niche for himself. "My first encounter was a Marx Brothers film, 'A Day at the Races,' when I was 9 years old. I never laughed that hard. These guys thrilled me, particularly Groucho," recalled Ferrante, 51, who Sunday afternoon brings his internationally acclaimed one-man show, "An Evening with Groucho," to Glenside's Keswick Theatre.
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September 2, 1988 | By Christine M. Johnson, Special to The Inquirer
When investigators opened the trunk of a 1981 Cadillac Eldorado in January, they found a dead man whose body was frozen solid, lying on top of several golf clubs, police testified yesterday in Chester County Court. It was Montgomery County golf pro Patrick Calandriello. His body was so stiff that it took two investigators and a lot of maneuvering to remove it from the trunk, said Chester County Detective Sgt. Larry Dampman. Beneath the body and inside the car, Dampman testified, investigators found evidence that led to the arrest of a suspect in the slaying.
NEWS
December 1, 1988 | By Will Thompson, Inquirer Staff Writer
This, according to the song, is the season to be jolly. And, along with that merriment, comes overeating, which often leads to heartburn, indigestion and general stomach discomfort. Many will put on extra pounds. There's a way, however, to eat a hearty holiday meal without risk to general health and proper weight. It may be too late to do anything about Thanksgiving dinner, but still time to think of a sensible Christmas dinner recipe. "Saturated fat (mostly animal fat)
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June 11, 1997 | By Mary Anne Janco, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Alton Brown, who is charged with five armed robberies and prison escape in Delaware County, said yesterday that he wanted to pursue an insanity defense and demanded a new attorney. Brown, who led police on a two-county, 23-hour manhunt after escaping from Delaware County Prison on April 8, said his attorney was not working on the insanity defense. "He's trying to lead me down a different path," Brown said of public defender Emilio "Skip" DiMatteo Jr. "I don't need to be railroaded by my own counsel.
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