Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 25, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Friday, October 25,2002 National The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Saturday, Oct. 26. Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. 60s 50s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY High Pressure: (D Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Via Associated Press Chief Tommy Hawk After months of complaining about the heat and drought, the chief is pleased to see chilly air and ample rain become the norm. Now he can finally voice all the compiaints he has about cold, wet weather. R a i n f a I I Amount for 24- hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided byTwo Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. Temperatures Albany.N.Y. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta AllanticCity Baltimore Boston Buffalo Chariestoi^S.C. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord,N.H. Dallas-Ft\VV)ith Dayton Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson,Miss. Jacksonville Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Port!and,Maine Raleigh-Durham Reno Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-St Ptrsbg Wichita Wilkes-Barre By The Associated Press Yesterday Hi Lo Prc 47 25 61 42 55 34 38 68 56 49 41 .04 47 41 .01 49 35 40 29 70 61 .03 CnarlestonAV.Va. 62 46 45 42 2.1 57 43 44 35 49 19 64 49 .29 54 36 34 28 85 75 .02 71 67 36 57 43 .01 71 65 78 67 .14 77 58 66 58 63 50 .06 88 75 45 43 30 41 37 64 59 75 68 53 46 65 58 .01 43 39 .78 34 33 .03 86 67 .53 47 42 .06 82 61 48 39 49 30 58 52 .01 65 42 60 47 61 50 .46 63 60 60 54 50 40 47 28 85 71 Washington.D.C. 50 43 38 36 .43 43 35 .07 Today Hi Lo Otlk 49 39 cdy 66 45 dr 45 36 m 64 57 cdy 56 55 cdy 49 49 cdy 51 43 cdy 47 45 cdy 72 60 cdy 60 51 m 46 40 m 58 47 m 51 44 m 50 35 dr 59 53 cdy 54 45 m 54 30 cdy 87 74 cdy 71 64 m 51 45 m 71 63 m 79 65 cdy 73 55 cdy 67 56 cdy 64 50 rn 88 76 cdy 48 40 m 43 33 m 68 55 m 78 67 m 53 48 cdy 65 60 cdy 54 44 cdy 41 30 cdy 87 69 cdy 53 50 cdy 83 62 cdy 54 46 m 49 37 dr 58 53 cdy 61 36 cdy 57 54 cdy 56 45 m 65 59 cdy 63 51 cdy 51 4! cdy 49 42 cdy 87 72 dr 54 54 cdy 46 35 cdy 45 43 cdy Tomorrow ID Lo Otlk 50 43 m 64 .49 cdy 44 35 cdy 70 57 cdy 65 52 m 66 46 m 55 45 m 54 40 m 77 58 cdy 62 42 cdy 51 35 dr 58 39 cdy 57 41 cdy 46 39 m 63 53 cdy 55 37 cdy 56 30 cdy 87 74 cdy 69 62 m 56 39 cdy 72 60 cdy 81 65 cdy 68 53 cdy 67 54 cdy 62 45 cdy 88 77 cdy 50 36 cdy 43 .28 cdy 65 48 cdy 76 65 m 61 52 rn 68 56 cdy 60 48 cdy 49 34 cdy 88 68 cdy 64 46 m 76 58 cdy 59 38 cdy .46 41 rn 67 45 cdy 63 31 dr 70 46 cdy 57 43 cdy 64 58 m 65 49 cdy 54 41 cdy 53 41 m 88 72 dr 67 50 m 58 45 cdy 57 43 rn National Temperature Extremes High Thursday 90 atVero Beach, Fla. Low Friday 10 at Bozeman and Butte, Mont.... Big Piney, Wyo. Pennsylvania Saturday, Oct. 26 AcCuWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures ""/,,/>/„ j State College |42°/63° ] j Pittsburgh J46°/58° ] '" ".'.'.'"• I Philadelphia 148764° | Harrisburg 43765° | - -J7~~ ~r NJ W. VA. © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. /\i Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-slomns Rain Flurries Snow Ice Via Associated Press Four-day forecast Saturday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with a chance of showers in the morning; low 45, high 56. Sunday: Mostly sunny, becoming cloudy at night; low 36, high 48. Monday: Chance of rain; low 33, high 47. Tuesday: Partly cloudy; low 35, high 45. Always A Superior Return On Your Investment '/NDIANA- - -i -p^ \Iembe .7IRSTDANK FDIC Accidents The Indiana Gazette Indiana Pedestrian injured A car driven by Heather Fuehrer of Clymer hit Peter Murphy of Punxsutawney in a crosswalk at North Fourth and Water streets at 7:35 a.m. Thursday, Indiana Borough police reported. Murphy, 20, told police that a northbound car had stopped to make a left turn and he thought Fuehrer, driving southbound, was slowing to let him cross. Fuehrer told investigators that the northbound car's headlights blinded her and she couldn't see Murphy. Citizens' Ambulance paramedics took Murphy to Indiana Regional Medical Center, where he received outpatient treatment for a head injury, officials said. Burrell Township Collision reported Vehicles driven by Aiexa Bell of Biairsville and James Wasylovski of Johnstown collided at 10:18 p.m. Wednesday east of Route 119 on Route 22, state police reported. According to troopers in Indiana, Bell's eastbound car hit a Jersey barrier and crossed into the path of Wa- sylovski's westbound sport-utility vehicle. A passenger in Bell's car, 17- year-old Allison Henderson of Blairsville, was injured, police reported. There was no mention of medical treatment. Wayne Township Pedestrian hurt in hit and ran An Indiana County girl was injured by a passing vehicle at 8:20 p.m. Wednesday as she walked along Stale Route 1018 near Snydersville, according to state police at Kittanning. Troopers reported that 11-year-old Amy Jo Spencer of Rochester Mills tried to cross the road and the motorist hit her left foot. Spencer was treated and released from the Indiana Regional Medical Center. Cherryhill Township Driver charged A car driven by Donald Wheat croft, 48, of Indiana and a truck driven by Emerson James of Clymer collided Sunday on Spaulding Road, state police reported today. Police reported that Wheatcroft's car crossed the road on a curve about 1.7 miles north of Route 553 at about 7:40 p.m. Troopers in Indiana measured Wheatcroft's blood-alcohol content at 0.246 percent and charged him \«th driving under the influence and other traffic violations, according to the report. VISIT THE CHURCH PAGE SATURDAY Police log The Indiana Gazette PAGES FOR PEDIATRICS — Quota International of Indiana president Michelle Fryling, left, and former president Jane Putt, center, presented Indiana Regional Medical Center's Debbie Mikolic with a pile of books the club recently collected for the hospital's pediatric area. Fire calls The Indiana Gazette Green Township Mobile home burns Fire heavily damaged a mobile home along Black Walnut Lane, east of Commodore this morning. Although fire officials do not suspect foul play, they have asked the state police to send a fire marshal to help pinpoint the cause, according to Commodore Fire Captain Rusty Muir. The fire left tenants Valerie Fry, Ryan Woods and their child homeless- No one was at home when the fire was discovered, Muir said, and no one was reported injured. Muir identified the owners as Ken and Karen Woods of Black Walnut Lane. The Commodore, Clymer and Cherry Tree fire companies responded to the alarm at 7:45 a.m. and fin- ished putting out the fire at about 9:20 a.m. Burnside Barn destroyed Fire officials asked a state police fire marshal to investigate a blaze at an old, wooden farm barn two miles north of Bumside along Route 219 early today. The barn was reported burning at 3:32 a.m. David Hughes, the chief of the Burnside Volunteer Fire Company, said he did not know who owned the barn or what was kept inside it, but said that it was destroyed. No one was reported injured. The Bumside, Mahaffey, Glen Campbell. Commodore and Cherry Tree fire companies spent three hours at the scene extinguishing the flames. 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The woman-told police the attackers were white men wearing hooded sweatshirts; each stood 5-feet-9 to 5- feet-Il and weighed about 180 pounds. A rape kit turned up no evidence, investigators found no dirt or grass stains on the woman's clothing and School Street residents reported seeing or hearing nothing, police reported. "One resident reported she was up watching television until 5 a.m. with her windows open and heard nothing out of the ordinary," according to the report. Police withheld the woman's name and asked anyone with information or who may have been in the area at the time of the incident to phone the department at (724) 349-2121. Assaults probed Kati Costa, 18, and Meghan Reardon,18, told borough police that they were assaulted at 12:34 a.m. today by three strangers in the parking lot at Taco Bell, S. llth Street and Oakland Avenue. The attackers were women, according to the report. Police gave no descriptions of the suspects and withheld the victims' addresses. An unidentified woman reported that two men assaulted her on S. 10th Street between Church and School streets at 3 a.m. today, according to borough police. Campus thefts Sometime between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, someone stole a student's coat from the computer lab in Johnson Hall at IUP, campus police reported. Somebody stole a white, GT Outpost mountain bike from a bike rack at Shafer Hall Thursday between 1 a.m. and 5 p.m. The bike was not locked, according to police. Campus officers withheld the names of the people who reported the thefts. Hospital notes INDIANA Births Oct. 24,2002 Paul Edmonds and Kristina L. Weber, Shelocta, a girl; Samuel and Susan Bennett, Ernest, a boy; Michael A. Milby and Tina A. Kocan- miley, Shelocta, a girl Admissions Oct. 24 Susan Bennett, Ernest; Heidi Lee Holby, Strongstown; Tina A Kocan- milby, Shelocta; Kimberly Jean Momingstar, Blairsville; Clair Leslie Ruflher, Indiana; Melissa M. Tagaia, Indiana Discharges Oct. 24 Louella M. Lambing, Clymer; George Kenneth Overman, Indiana; Donald Leroy Roarbaugh, Black Lick; Nicole Solien and baby girl, Home; Pamela Joan Vanler, Home LATROBE Birth Oct. 24,2002 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Waltemire, In- diana, a bov Admissions Oct. 24 Charles W. Chamberlain Sr., Deny; Joan E. Stano, Saltsburg Discharges Oct. 24 Cheryl A. Tomaselli and baby boy. Deny PUNXSUTAWNEY Birth Oct. 24 Christine Ann Stormer, Punxsutawney, a girl Discharges Oct. 24 Larry Glenn Bowser, Punxsutawney; Michael Angelo Catanzarito, Punxsutawney; Christine Dyan Emerick and baby boy, Punxsutawney; Kyie Clinton Yeager, Mahaffey ARMSTRONG Admissions Oct. 24 Weston H. Barrett, Smicksburg; John B. Haley, Kmanning RD 5 SPOOKTACULAR COUPON SAVINGS! 5 00 UNIFORMITY r*OFESSK>NAL UNIFORMS * ACCESSORIES LOOT ONE COUTON TfX rUKCHASE EXf. ] V1UCZ Any Purchase of 1 25 or more with this coupon White Township Pranksters nabbed Two boys were caught tossing pumpkins from the car in which they were riding Thursday in Brookwood Estates, according to Indiana County Sheriff Donald Beckwith. Deputies cited the boys for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.The youths' names were not released. Green Township Vandalism reported Somebody fired paintballs at the Fisher Furniture store and at homes owned by Sean Mack and Jack Nelson III, all in Dixonville, state police reported.The property owners told troopers in Indiana that the damage was done between midnight and 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. South Mahoning Township Resident scammed A man offered to repair the lightning rods at a residence along Rossmoyne Road, collected a payment on Oct. 2 and left without doing the work, state police reported today. Troopers in Indiana identified the owner as Mildred Brady of Smicksburg. Police reported that the man drove a full-size, black pickup truck but gave no description of him. Lottery HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the \vinning numbers selected Thursday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number: 6-3-1 Big 4:4-5-5-7 One player matched all five winning numbers drawn in Thursday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game and will collect a jackpot worth 5239,722.50. Lottery officials said 288 players matched four numbers and won 5196.50 each; 8,302 players matched three numbers and won $7.50 each; and 77,851 players matched two numbers and won $ 1 each. The winning numbers drawn Thursday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were: 02-11-12-14-21. UARE VIRGINIA JAMISON has a birthday on October 28. Stop in at Emerson Square to wish her a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! L

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