Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 24, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Thursday, October 24,2002 National The AccuWeather.com i forecast for"noon, Friday, Oct. 25. Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. Temperatures 30s. 40s 50s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY High Rain T-storms Flurries Snow I, vvVI ,^i Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Pennsylvania ByTheAssociated Press Via Associated Press Chief Tommy Hawk Chief Tommy "In A Rut" Hawk says the weather is in a holding pattern. "Mostly" is the key word here —"Mostly cloudy" or "mostly sunny." The temperatures will be "mostly" seasonal through Monday. Let your face be "mostly" full of smiles also. Bye! R a i n f a I I Amount for 24- hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by Two Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. Yesterday AlbanyA'.Y. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charieston,S.C Charieston.VV.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord ,N.H. cdy Dallas- Ft Worth Dayton Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Iackson>Miss. Jacksonville las Vegas LosAngdes Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-StPaul Nashville New Orleans New York Gty Norfolk,\&. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland,Maine Raleigh-Durham Reno . Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-StPtrsbg Washington.D.C Wichita WUkes-Barre Hi 44 65 52 59 62 63 47 42 70 64 46 57 48 46 70 53 30 87 73 54 75 75 77 67 64 88 46 36 72 73 52 . 67 58 32 87 59 80 51 49 71 66 70 54 68 56 56 44 87 64 42 47 Lo 23 47 45 55 41 47 34 30 62 42 42 44 39 21 61 40 25 76 67 44 62 67 55 57 47 75 39 30 55 67 39 58 43 29 70 43 64 38 27 52 37 51 45 60 54 38 36 71 49 35 27 Prc ,24 .01 .21 .13 .05 .12 .01 .01 .18 .04 .01 .10 .17 1.61 .05 .14 33 Hi 45 64 50 60 51 49 48 42 70 55 46 54 46 mm 60 48 39 87 74 53 74 77 76 67 6! 88 44 38 65 79 51 64 47 34 86 50 79 47 47 62 63 59 56 67 59 56 42 85 51 40 43 Today Lo 27 43 38 55 48 46 35 30 61 46 37 44 37 49 51 40 28 75 67 41 62 65 54 56 47 75 39 33 55 68 42 51 43 30 70 39 60 39 29 52 39 47 47 63 53 39 28 71 • 48 38 31 Otlk cdy cdy cdy m cdy cdy dr cdy m m m cdy cdy 23 m cdy cdy dr m cdy cdy m dr cdy cdy cdy m cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy m cdy m cdy cdy cdy dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy rn cdy m cdy Tomorrow Hi 47 66 46 62 53 46 52 48 73 58 48 57 52 dr 63 53 54 87 74 52 72 81 72 65 58 88 46 38 63 79 52 64 55 45 87 54 79 54 49 59 60 58 52 66 61 55 47 86 48 51' 47 Lo 37 44 38 58 50 47 42 41 61 51 39 46 44 53 52 43 30 75 62 45 60 64 55 56 49 75 41 19 55 70 47 58 43 30 71 46 60 45 35 53 36 54 45 62 51 39 41 72 46 40 41 Otlk cdy cdy cdy rn rn cdy dr cdy cdy m rn m m 32 cdy m cdy dr m rn cdy cdy cdy cdy rn cdy rn cdy rn m cdy rn cdy cdy cdy m corn cdy rn cdy m m cdy cdy cdy cdy dr cdy cdy cdv National Temperature Extremes High Wednesday 89 at Ft Myers, Ha. Low Thursday 5 at Wolf Point ,Mont. Friday, Oct. 25 ACGUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures OHIO r\ |lndiana|35°/52°| • I • I Pittsburgh ;35°/49' , • I Philadelphia :41°/51° I | Harrisburg |38°/46° I '— ~~^ j- LS /^/ W. VA. / © 2002 AccuWeather, inc. /\J VA ' Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-slorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Vis Associated Press Four-day forecast Friday: A 70-percent chance of rain mainly in the afternoon; low 35, high 52. Saturday: Partly sunny; low in the lower 40s, high in the lower 50s. Sunday: Mostly cloudy; low in the upper 30s, high in the lower 50s. Monday: Rain likely; low in the mid-30s, high in the lower 50s. A Team Of Financial Professional Working For You Police log The Indiana Gazette Hospital notes Cherryhill, Montgomery townships Drivers arrested State police reported Marlin Hummel, 48, of Cherry Tree, was stopped for traffic violations Sunday at 3:50 a.m. while he was driving on Route 403 in Cherryhill Township. Police reported Rummel was intoxicated and he was taken into custody. His blood-alcohol level was 0.171 percent, according to police. Jeffrey Sichko, 33, of Woodbridge, Va., was arrested by state police at Indiana after he was stopped for traffic violations while driving on Route 286 near Hillsdale Saturday at 1 a.m. Police reported he was intoxicated and his blood-alcohol level was 0.259 percent. Indiana Yan vandalized Indiana Borough police are asking for the help of the public in finding the people responsible for damaging a 2002 van owned by the Indiana County Workshop at 155 North 10th St. Police reported someone used a blunt object to scratch the paint on the entire right side of the Ford van, half-way along the driver's side and on the hood. The vandalism occurred between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Anyone with information is asked to call the Indiana police at (724) 349-2121. Bicycle stolen Melissa Ann McLaughlin of 50 South 5th St. told Indiana police that someone took her Huffy 18-speed mountain bike from the porch of her residence Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning.The teal-green bike is valued at $100. Homer City Identity theft probed Stale police at Indiana are investigating an incident of identity theft in Homer City. Police reported someone applied for a telephone calling card using the name of Edward Sasala, 77, of Homer City, and then used the card to make toll calls resulting in a bill of $117.76. Accidents The Indiana Gazette Saltsburg Hit-and-run investigated State police at Indiana are looking for the driver of a truck that struck a fence on the property of Caroline Kern at 609 Market St., Saltsburg, at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police reported the driver left the scene. Damage to the fence was estimated at $200. Rayne Township Car-truck crash injures driver State police at Indiana reported Jerry Gleason of Marion Center was driving south on Route 119 in Rayne Coroner: Driver was drunk NEW BLOOMFIELD, Pa. (AP) — The driver of a car that caused an Oct. 14 accident that killed four people, including three members of the same family, was drunk, authorities said. Perry County Coroner Michael Shalonis said Wednesday that toxicology tests showed Justin Orris, 21, of Loysville, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.166 percent. In Pennsylvania, 0.10 percent is the legal minimum required to establish intoxication. Orris, who was killed in the crash, was illegally passing a friend's car on state Route 34 when his vehicle rammed head-on into a car driven by Susan Wright, 45, of Loysville. Wright was killed in the crash, as was her daughter, Beth McGowan, 25, and McGowan's daughter, Alexa, 1. The three were on their way back from a relative's soccer game when the accident happened. • Township at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday when his car struck a deer. When his vehicle slowed down it was hit from behind by a southbound truck driven by Michael Himes of Reynoldsville. The collision between the vehicles shoved Gleason's car into a utility pole. Gleason was treated and released from Indiana Regional Medical Center, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Cherryhill Township Car rolls over Beth Ann Brown, 17, of Penn Run, received minor injuries at 8:40 a.m. Saturday when she lost control of her car on the wet pavement on Route 553 in Cherryhill Township. State police at Indiana reported her car ran off the roadway, struck an embankment and rolled onto its roof. Young Township Pedestrian injured A Sahsburg woman was injured Wednesday when she was struck by a car while she was walking across Iselin Road in Iselin, Young Township. Pennsylvania State police at Indiana reported that Barbara Wiley, 33, of Saltsburg, stepped in front of a car driven by Kathryn Schultz, 34, of Homer City. Wiley was flown by medical helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, where a spokeswoman this morning said she is in fair condition. Schultz and two children in her car were not hurt. Stocks NEW YORK 10: Stocks AMR Carp AT&T Corp Airgas Alcan Alcoa AllegCp AllgEnergy ArmslrcngHId BellSouth Brunswick ChevronTex ConEdison DaimlrChry DanaCorp DowChem Es! Kodak EDS Corp Exelon ExxonMobil 30a.m. Last 5.39 1338 M.85 28.20 22.85 I8I.M 6,23 132 26.12 22.1t 72.89 44.15 35.75 11.06 27.25 34.06 13.99 48.43 34,76 (AP) Chg + .17 -.02 + .10 -.04 -.23 -.50 + 08 +.32 + .25 -.11 + 32 -1.30 -.11 -.29 +.24 + .11 + 52 -37 FMC Corps FootLocker GenCorp GenD'/nam 'GenlElec GenMills GenMoters Genesco Inc Goodyear Humana IkonOHiceSol IBM InllPaper ujK mart LibtyASEqty Lockheed M Loews Cp LucenlTech MaralhonOii McDermlnt 31.04 10.41 8.05 80.42 26.28 40.96 3600 , 1487 17.16 9.46 13.93 7.75 74.51 37.13 .55 7.10 59.ee 44.19 .90 21.06 3.36 -.60 +.06 +.05 -1.01 -.62 -48 -50 + 47 -64 + .14 -22 +-05 -09 -.61 +.02 -.06 -.4) + .10 + .14 -33 -.03 Merck OlinCorp PPG Inds PPL Corp Penney JC PepsiCo Praxair ProclGamb SBC Ccmm SalomonBFd SearsRoeb TCW Conv UAL Corp UnionPacif UnisysCp USSteel VerizonComm ViadCorp WalMart Wyeth 5111 16.46 49.40 32.27 16.72 44.68 51.87 89.56 25.85 9.42 27.12 4.07 2.42 61.40 8.94 12.59 36.90 19.09 57.58 33.18 -.25 -.34 -.79 +.58 +.46 +.09 -.93 -1.44 -.02 + 1.12 +.01 +.08 + 1.77 -.04 -.29 +.17 -1.33 + .35 -31 The incident occurred Oct. 12. Home burglarized Burglars entered the residence of Denise Clark, 34, of 231 East Church St., Homer City, through an unsecured doorway Friday night or Saturday morning. State police at Indiana reported $195 in cash and a Sony Playstation II were stolen. Saltsburg Women charged Vicky Headen, 24, of Jeannette and Cindy Cribbs, 44, of Saltsburg, got into a verbal dispute and confrontation at a junior high football game in Saltsburg Oct. 17. State police at Indiana reported disorderly conduct charges were filed with a district justice. Phony Disney heir sentenced PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Using the name Charles EHas Disney and claiming to be heir to Walt Disney's fortune, a man scammed people out of their savings and credit. Now he's definitely not going to the happiest place on Earth. Chris Harry Everley, 40, of Lake City, Fla., was sentenced Wednesday to 42 months in federal prison. He was also ordered to reimburse $20,881 to victims from Philadelphia to Arizona. Everley started his Disney scam about a year ago, just after he finished a three-year prison term for a similar fraud in New Jersey where he said he was former President Ronald Reagan's grandson. Assistant United States Attorney Craig D. Margolis said that Everley has been scamming people since he was 20 years old, leaving victims in 10 states. On March 30,2001, Everley was arrested in Philadelphia after he left the home of an Eddystone woman whose flyer for a roommate he saw at Drexel University. According to Everley's guilty pfea, he told Kristen Markey that he was a doctorate student at the University of Pennsylvania and then used fake "Disney" checks to pay her rent and some of her debts —• a total of about $63,274. INDIANA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Admissions Oct. 23 James E. Gaunter, Ebensburg; Louella M. Lambing, Clymer; Kristina L. Weber, Shelocta. Discharges Eva Leone Burkett, Perm Run; Reese Patrick Charles Hayes, Heilwood; George Hlusko, Homer City; Joanne Keith, Northern Cambria; John P. O'Malley, Indiana; Jennifer Carrie Overdorff, Homer City; Jamie E. Shrout, Indiana; Lauren Michele Visnesky, Homer City; Dorothy Mary Watson, Shelocta. LATROBE HOSPITAL Admis sionsOct.23 Mary Jane Coldren, Delmont; Mary Ann Herczyk, Latrobe; Sondra B. lo- erger, Greensburg. Harry D. Shaulis, Hosteller; Saranna L. Speal, New Alexandria; Vicky L. Zemba, Derry. Discharges Mary J. Bechtold, Derry; Klimek baby girl, Greensburg; John A. Pidgeon, Saltsburg; Blair E. Sharp, Clarksburg; Laura C. Willforth, La- trobe. PUNXSUTAWNEY HOSPITAL Admissions Oct. 23 Dorothy Demaris Bush, Punxsutawney; Ashley A. David and baby girl, Punxsutawney. Discharges Marshall baby boy, Rochester Mills; Grace Anna Frederick, New Bethlehem; Jeffry A. Getch, Punxsutawney; Christine Ann Stormer, Punxsutawney; Jennifer Jo White and baby girl, Punxsutawney. ARMSTRONG HOSPITAL Birth Oct. 23 Keli Pauli, Freeport, a boy. Admissons Robert L. Dornan, Kittanning; Keli Pauli, Freeport; Margaret Placek, Ford City; Betty Jean Williams, Kittanning. Discharges Raymond Angert, Kams City; Carrie M. Claypoole, Chicora; Frederick Robinson, Apollo; Barney Stubbs, Ford City. MINERS HOSPITAL Admission Oct. 23,2002 William Davis, Cherry Tree Lottery HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number — 7-6-0. Big 4 — 9-4-5-0. Thursday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" jackpot will be worth at least $200,000 because no player matched the five winning numbers drawn in Wednesday's game. Lottery officials said 129 players matched four numbers and won $338.50 each; 4,317 players matched three numbers and won $11 each; and 48,909 players matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Wednesday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 13-19-29-30-32. The winning numbers drawn Wednesday night in "PowerbalT are 2-14-18-30-31, Powerball 36. Estimated jackpot: $72.1 million; Power Play: 5. How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555 and use the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, Ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, Ext. 269 Carl Kologie, Ext. 268 Family Virginia Filler, Ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, Ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, Ext. 270 Advertising Display, Ext. 250 Classified, Ext. 233 Circulation Ext. 215 What do you think? TELL us, TELL EVERYONE! SEND YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR TO THE INDIANA GAZETTE, RO. Box 10, INDIANA, PA 15701 CHAIR * Capias * Upholstering *Spin^Rq GOLDEN AGE SHOm Weekend Dinner Specials: Hours - Serving: Tues.-Thur. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. * Country Style Spareribs Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. * Fresh Salmon with Savoy Cabbage Sun - Noon - 8 P- m •»• w i -*u n- . o <-> Mon. Closed * Veal with Pmenuts & Capers „ AifYv^ Call Us For AH Your Small Alfredo R^ nr ,,,^ f A j /-• . > M .. 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