Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 13, 1990 · Page 2
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Gazette WEATHER Page 2 Monday, September 15,2003 National Pennsylvania The forecast for noon, Tuesday, Sept. 16. -10s -Os Os 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. © 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. FRONTS: m-m. COLD WARM STATIONARY. Pressure: High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Tuesday, Sept. 16 forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures State College |54776 ( Pittsburgh (53V73 ~ i, I Philadelphia |68°/80° Harrisburg 61°/78' J- -J f. W.VA., © 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flumes Snow Chief Tom my Hawk After some sun and pleas- . ant temperatures, clouds will move in late in the week. The chief remains undaunted as his favorite season is coming - Indian summer. Precipitation Amount for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by the Two Lick nitration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. Four-day forecast Via Associated Press Via Associated Press Temperatures TUesday: Party sunny and pleasant; low 51, high 72. Wednesday: Mostly sunny; low near 50, high in lower 70s. Thursday: Mostly cloudy with fly The Associated Press Yesterday Today Hi la Pic Hi Lo OUk Albany,N.Y. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta A*l 1' f t.( Aiicinuc LJiy Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charleston, S.C. Charleslon.W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord, N.I I. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton 81 69 76 (il 54 40 as G6 83 71 79 64 76 63 81 65 85 68 85 66 72 54 75 60 04 67 80 63 75 59 75 59 .01 37 01 .01 .16 36 .15 2.0 .05 .01 .07 .13 78 63 84 58 56 34 81 60 78 67 78 62 77 63 76 55 86 68 75 52 72 51 73 50 72 52 77 63 82 65 71 52 m dr clr cdy m cdy m cdy m clr cdy rn cdy dr cdy Tomorrow HI Lo Otlk 75 54 86 59 53 37 82 61 80 69 80 64 73 63 71 53 84 64 76 52 76 58 78 55 74 55 74 56 87 67 77 55 m dr dr cdy crfv *^*J cdy m cdy dr cdy dr clr cdy rn dr clr Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis lackson.Miss- Jacksonville Las Vegas Ijos Ancdes Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee MpJs-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk,Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando 70 90 90 79 87 88 92 76 79 89 70 69 82 89 82 82 76 71 91 44 79 70 55 .03 67 66 71 63 60 .60 79 55 30 51 63 .01 76 71 .09 73 51 42 72 82 89 88 74 84 89 96 76 76 90 72 72 78 88 78 82 82 79 91 55 75 68 51 56 71 71 63 54 77 54 53 52 70 67 70 62 55 71 dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy dr cdy rn cdy dr dr cdy 84 55 89 75 90 68 78 56 86 57 86 70 96 71 76 63 81 59 91 76 77 61 78 59 82 56 85 69 79 64 79 66 87 66 85 62 90 73 dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy dr cdy dr cdy clr clr dr dr cdy cdy cdy dr cdy Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgi Portland, Maine Raleigh-Durham Reno Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-StPtrsbg Washington, D.C Wichita Wilkes-Barre 83 71 .42 104 79 82 65 .01 75 59 83 64 89 53 78 66 76 55 73 67 72 58 65 48 87 65 92 74 77 70 73 51 81 68 81 66 m 104 78 dr 74 51 m 75 62 cdy 84 62 cdy 86 5O clr 83 62 cdy 78 56 dr 74 67 cdy 71 55 cdy 65 50 cdy 83 60 rn 90 74 cdy 80 60 rn 82 59 dr 80 62 m 81 63 103 76 75 53 69 58 82 60 81 50 81 60 82 60 73 67 70 54 60 46 74 52 90 74 80 67 87 64 75 51 cdy dr dr rn cdy cdy cdy dr cdy .cdy rn cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy NationalTemperature Extremes High Sunday 110 atYuma Foothills, Ariz. Low today 25 al Stanley, Idaho chance of rain; low 52, high 72. Friday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain; low 55, high 70. Moon phases O0CO 9/16 9/26 10/2 10/10 Last New First Full _, . luesaay Sunrise: 6:28 a-m. Sunset: 7:24 pjn. Police log The Indiana Gazette Hospital notes White Township Buff ington Township Charges filed Joshua Stumpf of Maple Street Indiana, damaged ...two .tele- phoHSs and' ajSySBdefi tablef at the home of Melissa tagala, 155 Dogwood Ctfcle, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, srate police reported today. Troopers in Indiana estimated the damage at $200. Stumpf has been cited for criminal mischief, according to the report. Kittanning Twp., Armstrong County Mischief arrest Norman Wesner of Rural Valley broke two windows of a vehicle owned by Heather Ferguson of Elderton while il was parked at Silagyi's Restaurant on Sept. 3, state police at Kittanning reported today. Troopers have filed a citation against Wesner for criminal mischief. Theft investigation Gloria Altemus of Redding, Calif., jeported on Saturday that <?.<> jxrrr'csi sf^ ;•' vrrr ya»r^t: Tr-f J .::^ rvr _a burglar ransacked her property along Route 403, state police in Indiana reported today. According to'troopers, the intruders took a Gravely tractor, a 7 mm Weatherby rifle, a 22-cal. long rifle and a Pro Scan 36-inch television from Altemus' house and garage. Indiana Vandalism arrest Jesse Dubbs, of Bath, Pa., damaged an automated-teller machine inside Wolfendale's tavern at 560 Philadelphia St. at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Indiana Borough police reported. Officers cited Dubbs for criminal mischief. Thefts reported Someone stole a purse belong- ing to Kristen B oilman of Indiana from the Phi Psi fraternity house at 220 South Seventh Street while she was visiting at about 12:30 a.m. Friday, according to Indiana r .Borough.pplice, w T __ ; ..^^ ^ ; , c ., ~. Sometime,between..nopn,and 8:28 p.m. Sunday, someone stole a denim Delias messenger bag belonging to Rebecca Miller of Commodore from a car that was parked on the 500 block of Nixon Avenue, borough police reported. Alcohol-related arrests Stephen Wittingham was cited at 3 a.m. Sunday for public drunkenness on the 600 block of Philadelphia Street, Indiana Borough police reported. Daniel Clark of Bethel Park furnished false identification to borough officers who questioned him on Saturday at 2:10 a.m. at the Sheetz store at 768 Wayne Ave. Police cited Clark for underage drinking, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and carrying false ID. Cherryhill Township stolen "Sometime between 10:15 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 a.m. Friday, somebody stole a yellow and black, 1996 Suzuki RM 125 cc motorcycle from the home of Kevin Cramer along Airport Road, state police in Indiana reported. Troopers gave no estimate of the loss. Plumville Gasoline drive-off A motorist pumped $18.11 of gasoline into a vehicle at Nelson's Mini-Market at 5:55 p.m. Saturday and fled without paying, Pennsylvania State Police in Indiana reported. Troopers reported the thief was a white man standing about 5- feet-6, but gave no description of the vehicle. Accidents The Indiana Gazette The Gorell Trio in concert at IUP BrushvalleyTwp. Driver hospitalized A car traveling north on Route 259 hit a utility pole near Campground Road on Sunday at 12:27 a.m., then spun round, flipped over and ejected the driver, John Davis of Penn Run, according to state police in Indiana. Davis, 20, was listed in fair condition this morning at Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown, a hospital spokeswoman said. The Brush Valley and Vintondale fire departments assisted police at the scene of the crash. Gowanshannock Twp., Armstrong County Motorist, passenger injured A minivan driven by Stephanie McFadden of Smicksburg slid off Route 839 at a curve, hit a creek embankment and flipped onto its roof at about 11:37 p.m. Saturday, state police reported. McFadden, A2, failed to use a seat belt and was ejected from the minivan, according to troopers at Kittanning. A passenger in the car, 10-year- old Sarah McFadden, used a seatbelt and suffered minor injuries. Police reported that a medical helicopter flew Stephanie McFadden to UPMC-Presbyterian in Pittsburgh for treatment of injuries. A hospital spokesman this morning said there was no patient record for her. Investigators gave no other in- formation about Sarah McFadden. East Mahoning Township Driver reported hurt A car driven by Krista Receskey of Clymer hit a bridge wall near the intersection of Richmond and Olson roads at 11 a.m. Sunday, state police in Indiana reported. Receskey was treated for a minor injury and was released from the Punxsutawney Hospital emergency department, a hospital spokeswoman said. Center Township Driver cited A station wagon driven by Eric Palmer of Clarksburg hit a truck on Route 286 near Aultman on Saturday at 12:40 p.m. while the truck was stopped to make a left turn, according to state police in Indiana. The force of the accident pushed the 50-year-old truck into a haywagon that was parked at the side of the road. No one was reported to be injured. Troopers cited Palmer for driving at an unsafe speed, according to the report. Police reported that the truck — an antique that is not equipped with seat belts — belongs to Brian and Tanya Henry of Indiana. Innvestigators did not identify the driver. The parked haywagon belongs to Edward Fabin. IUP News Service The Gorell Trio will be in concert Sept 25 at 8 p.m. at Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Gorell Recital Hall. The program will include Trio in D Minor by Felix Mendelssohn and Trio (1921) by Rebecca Clarke. The Gjorell Trio, which includes IUP music faculty members Stanley Chepaitis, Linda Jennings and Judith Radell, has recently recorded a CD featuring works by IUP composers Dan Perlongo and Chepaitis. The recording was sponsored by Frank Gorell. Dr. Chepaitis holds a doctor of musical arts degree as well as a performer's certificate from the Eastman School of Music. He is the music director of the Chamber Orchestra of the AUeghenies and performs on a regular basis with his own jazz quartet called Nosmo King. Chepaitis has recorded a CD of- original works, "Old News and Borrowed Blues." His other compositions include "Child's Play for String Quartet," which won second prize in MTNA's national Distinguished Composer Competition, "Chaos ForTwo" for two violinists, "Paganini in the Vernacular" for violin and piano and "The Four Seasons" for violin and orchestra. He has also created an innovative, holistic approach for teaching improvisation to string players of all ages. Currently assistant professor of cello, Jennings has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in festivals in the U.S, Europe and Asia and as principal cellist for regional orchestras throughout Texas, the Midwest and Alaska. She holds a master of music degree from the University of Southern California and a doctorate of musical arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin. From 1997-1999, she served as the director of the prestigious UT String Project, an internationally acclaimed teacher- training program. Dr. Radell is associate professor of music at IUP. She holds the doctor of musical arts degree from (he University of Illinois. As soloist and chamber musician, Dr. Radell has performed on such series as the Dame Myra Hess Concerts in Chicago, the Frick Museum concerts in Pittsburgh, the Hildegard Chamber Players recitals in Philadelphia, and the concert series of the Steinway Society of Western Pennsylvania. Since 1990, she has researched and performed little-known music by women composers. In 1991, she received the first Music Performance Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, enabling her to present lecture-recitals of music by women composers in communities throughout Pennsylvania. She has also edited previously unpublished piano music by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel and a critical first edition of chamber music by the British-American composer, Clara Kathleen Rogers. In addition to the Sept. 25 concert, the trio plans two spring performances and a midwest tour in April. INDIANA Birth Sept 11 Kevin and Lee Ann Smith, Clymer, twin girls Births Sept. 13,2003 Anthony and Becky Sangrego- rio, Ebensburg, a girl ~ GaryL.'Murph : jr arrd" Nicole Lynn Putnam,'Homer City, a girl Discharges Sept 13 Dorothy Bingaman, Arcadia; Erma Eileen Buterbaugh, Glen Campbell Deidre L. Douglas and baby girl, Northern Cambria; Melissa L. Gump and baby boy, Lucerne- mines; Geraldine Lucille Jones, Blairsville Larry James Ruffher, Marion Center; Zachary P. Sabella., Blairsville; Rebecca Ann Shaffer, Indiana Lottery HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Sunday night in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number— 3-5-5. Big 4—5-6-6-9. Here are the winning numbers selected midday Sunday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number—0-9-5. Big 4—1-8-3-5. Monday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" jackpot will be worth at least $400,000 because no player matched the five winning numbers drawn in Monday's game. Lottery officials said 202 players matched four numbers and won $233.50 each; 6,069 players matched three numbers and. won $8.50 each; and 60,469* players matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Sunday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 03-05-10-25-36. Births Sept. 14,2003 Joseph and Laura J. Abbey, Creekside, a girl; Travis Bishop and Molly S. Graham, Saltsburg, a boy; William Hafer and Denise L. Hafer, Blairsville, a boy .-"•• Admissions Sept.'14 •<-•' : James Frank, Indiana; Regina E. Madey, Indiana; Mary F. Ramsden, Blairsville; Dana Lynne Williams, Indiana Discharges Sept. 14 Karissa Noelle Hill, Perm Run; Evan Richard Lavanish, Perm. Run; Bethany Rose Smith, Cly-; mer; Faith Marie Smith, Clymer; Lee Ann Smith, Clymer; Joyce Ann Zimmerman, Indiana ARMSTRONG Birth Sept 13,2003 Brian and Nicole E. Hough,' Dayton, a girl ! Bush visits Pa. for cash WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush chose a coal-fired power plant in Michigan to argue today that his administration's efforts to clean the air will also increase the nation's energy production and boost its economy. From there, for the 22nd time. Bush was to visit Pennsylvania to add to his $63 million in 2004 reelection cash with a fund-raising appearance in the Philadelphia suburb of Drexel Hill. Including the officially labeled event in Michigan on the trip allows the White House to split the cost of the trip between the taxpayers and Republican Party ac-. counts. ; AZTEC TRAVEL 724-349-1740 How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555, using the following exten- News tips Lynn Scott, ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, ext. 269 Carl Kologie, ext. 268 Family Ginhy Filler, ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, ext. 270 Advertising Display, ext. 250 Classified, ext. 233 Circulation Ext. 215 Legend of the Seas March 25,2004 11 Nights Inside Cabin 1,269 pp Outside Cabin '1,459 pp Veranda Cabin '1,949 pp R/T Bus - Indiana-Airport '30.00 pp R/T Air from Pittsburgh '468.00 pp Escorted by: Pamela Mytrysak Ship Registry, Bahamas I

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