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dmaette CLASSIFIED Friday, October 25, 2002 — Page 13 (ASTROCRAPH ®*o) 015 Houses For Sale 015 Houses For Sale Your Birthday Saturday, Oct. 26,2002 By Bemice Bede Osol There's a good chance you could be more restless and adventurous than usual in the year ahead. These inclinations may send you off in an entirely new direction that will aid in enhancing your success. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Don't act on impulses too hastily today, no matter how inspirational you think your bright ideas are. When used to light up your life, they could turn out to be burned-out bulbs. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.21) — If you allow yourself to let something of material value become an issue with a good pal today. The relationship could suffer. Remember that money has its value, but friends are priceless. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19) — Liberate yourself from unproductive associates who are a hindrance to what you hope to accomplish today, but do so diplomatically. You don't need to make any enemies. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 19) — While out on the town today, you could run into someone whose politics or philosophy severely clashes with yours. If you don't handle it properly, it could become a volatile situation. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)—A j o int endeavor in which you are invested is not apt to work out too well today if the arrangement isn't equitable. Each party must make an equivalent contribution to the cause. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — You could quickly turn a good day into a bad one if you air an unresolved difference with your mate in front of others. It would be embarrassing to both your partner and your audience. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — There's a chance you could get a little careless today if you fail to be mindful of proper safety procedures when working with sharp objects. Pay attention to what you're doing at all times. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Should you go out on the town today, maintain your self-discipline or overindulgence could become a strong probability. Put sensible limits on all that you eat or drink CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Keep domestic frustrations under control today or your temper could easily get out of hand and cause an explosion. Heated words from you would have the entire household boiling over. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — A person who likes to stir things up might be at it again today by distorting some comments another made about you recently. Don't believe everything you hear. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — It might behoove you to keep a sharper eye on your possessions today, especially if you're in an unfamiliar location. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — An enterprise in which you're involved today does have good chances for success, provided your procedures • are properly timed. If you push prematurely, things could misfire. Copyright 2002, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. SIX Room house in Homer City, Cherry Run area. Kit., liv. rm., din. rm. downstairs. 3 bdr. & bath upstairs with integral garage. Price range low SSO's. SALE PENDING. STARTER/ RENTAL 2 Story, some owner financing, remodeled. Must see inside. 829,900 Marlea Mroskey NORTHWOOD 724-838-9644, Ext. 165 TOLL FREE: 1-866-627-5326 015 Houses For Sale 015 Houses For Sale REMODELED 2 story _hpme, 3 bdr includes large"'fnaster w/WIC, Vk baths, fire place, AC, large kitchen, appliances, carport. Ready to move into. Half way between Kittanning & Indiana 350's. Call (724)543-4173. RESTORED - Three bedrooms, two story brick. Beautiful wood trim and floors. $139,900. Call Barbara at CENTURY 21, Jack Clark Realty, 724-459-6770. To subscribe to the Indiana Gazette phone 465-5555... Ask for the circulation dept. SELLER W!LL ASSIST IN FINANCING this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home that Includes a HOME WARRANTY located in a private setting on almost an acre in M.C. Schools. priced to sell at $79,900. Call (724) 349-1356. Advertise in the Classifieds! Real Estate Transfers R&P Coal Co. to Anthony W. and S. Michele Neese, property in Rayne Township, $40,200 Fred B. Zaziski HI and Roxanne B. Zaziski to Louis R. and Stephanie B. Meola, property in White Town- hip, $167,500 Donald R. and Mary Frances Marsh and Edward H. and Judy R. Marsh to Robert M. Watson, property in Indiana Borough, Second Ward, $91,000 Richard W. and Nancy Weaver to Mabel M. Weaver, property in Pine Township, $3333.33 Estate of Gary P. Curren to Moses GW Transfer, LUC., property in Saltsburg Borough, $225,000 Daniel L. and Susan D. Duncan to Robert L. Harkins, property in Brushvalley Township, $13,000 William E. and Connie L. Wolff to Stephen A. and Lisa M. Smiley, property in Clymer Borough, $83,500 John L. Domino Jr. to Ricky and Laura McCurdy, property in Brushvalley Township, $31,000 Resource Development Partners n, Emlenton, to Mystic Brooke Development L.P, Indiana, property in Center Township, $65,275 R&P Coal Co. to Mystic Brooke Development L.P., Indiana, property in Center Township, $480,000 Donald C. and Mary C. Gibson to Jason P. Berringer, property in Indiana Borough, Fourth Ward, $60,500 Robert L. and Joann L. Coy to Robert A. Ruddock and Tracey L. Kostryk, property in Marion Center Borough, $65,000 Alan R. and Jean M. Cole to Timothy R. Orr, property in Washington Township, $17,000 Peter Thomas and Frances A. Barilar to Edward C. and Ronald E. Strong, property in White Township, $90,000 Devorah J. Miller to Andrew S. and Brenda M Bakaysa, property in Cherry Tree Borough, $59,900 Stephen E. and Jane F. Rash to Shawn R. Wasko property in Burrell Township, $20,000 Timothy P. and Carolyn B. Gilbert to Thomas II. and Mary L. Short, property in White Township, $222,500 Ronald D. and Carol Jean Plowman to Albert B. and Kathleen Richardson, property in East Wheatfield Township, $10,000 Vemon and Marian Martin to Leonard R. and Phyllis A. Martin, property in North Mahoning Township $15,000 Ken Watkin to Vernon T. Young, property in Cherry hill Township, $42,500 John H. and Kathryn R. Armstrong to Joanne Zei gler, property in Indiana Borough, First Ward $300,000 Doris S. Rodgers to Larry C. and Joyce K Beer property in Pine Township, $30,000 Robert F. Strong Revocable Trust to Brian A. Conn property in White Township, $65,000 WHITE Twp. split level, 3 bdr., large detached garage, beautiful wooded lot $140,000, call (724) 463-0412 ZERO Down homes. Gov't and bank foreclosures! HUD, VA, FHA. No credit OK. For listings 800-501-1777x1293 f.- f Condominiums O I O For Sole TWO Bedroom all brick condo, 154 baths, liv. rm., eat-in kit., laundry rm., pantry, gas heat, a/c, financing available. 566,000 (724) 465-4635. f\f\ i Businesses Property 021 For Sale 019 THREE Bedroom Ranch, 3.5 bath, 2 car attached garage. 1500 sq. ft., White Township area. Selling price 8189,000. Gregory Builders 3254 Rossmoyne Road Smicksburg, PA 16256 (724) 397-4439 or 286-9448 THREE Story brick, full basement. 454 Water St, Ind. Pa. Call (814) 743-6356. For Appointment. TRAILER - On foundation, 40'x125' lot, 3 bedrooms, natural gas, off street parking, Purchase Line Schools. 515,000 or best offer. Phone (724) 254-0486. TWO - Student rentals for sale, extra lot. New windows, new roof. Near campus. Sale Pending. TWO Story 3 bedroom house, kitchen, dining room, bath on 1st floor, full basement. Dixonville area. $28,500. Call 724-349-6458 or ' cell phone 412-422-1010. TWO Story, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, family room, fireplace, deck, in ground pool, garage, good location. 511 Chestnut St., Ind. 3120,000. Call 412-289-5142. tots and Acreage For Sale WHITE Farm Road - Elegant, remodeled, 2 story brick & sided home on wooded lot. Formal, spacious living , dining & family room with marble gas burning fireplace. Eat in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 11/2 bath, one car garage. Professionally decorated, beautiful front porch & back patio. Must see! 5187,500. (724) 349-2354. 'ft-. WHITE Township - Oak Hill Estates. 3-4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, contemporary, cedar and beautifully stoned multi-level on wooded private cul-de-sac setting with a beautiful veiw of of town. New carpeting and 2 gas burning fireplaces. Completely finished lower level with family room, V4 bath, full laundry, office, year round sun room, in ground pool. $189,900. Call 724349-6882. BLAIRSViLLE - Four (4) City lots with all utilities available. Owner will finance with small down payment. 335,000. Call 724-532-1490. BLAIRSVILLE Smith Plan, beautiful one half acre lots with 100 foot frontage. All utilities included, city sewage/tap - ins (724) 459-7491 CLEARFIELD County - 142 acres for sale by owner, along Rte. 219 in Greenwood Twp. 5106,500. 23 miles from Clearfield, 5 miles from Mahaffey. Beautiful, partially wooded land. Spring water, excellent hunting & trout fishing. Free gas. Level land for farming. (724) 733-1283. LAND - White Twp., 2 1/2 miles from downtown Indiana. 38 Acres. Excellent quiet setting. Open and wooded. Good drainage. Several springs, fronts on Martin Rd. Contact Pete STEWART REALTY, Ph. (724) 463-0715. LOT In Indiana Borough, 197.50' x 100', 535,000. Call (724) 463-2176 or 724-349-3759. RIVER FRONT PROPERTY Allegheny River Pool 7, 538 feet, all utilities available. In Kittanning Bora. Call (724) 548-1426. SIXTY Nine Acre tract of land located in White Township, Indiana County. Suitable for commercial and residential development. The property has electric, water, sewer and gas service to the property. Approximately 1325 feet of frontage on Indian Springs Road and 1482 feet frontage on Rustic Lodge Road. The main dwelling on the property contains eight rooms and two baths - the second dwelling contains four rooms, laundry and one bath. The property also has a garage, barn and milk house. The asking price is $800,000. Please call (603) 929-7537 for further information. STERLING HILLS ESTATES Lots starting at 825,000, located on North Ben Franklin Rd. Lazor Bros., Phone (724) 349-4914. TWO Lots in Village of Aultman. All public utilities on tots. 7 miles from Indiana, Homer Center Schools. $10,500 & $11,500. Phone (724) 479-3509 leave mess. TWO Lots, North Ben Franklin Road. 1 Acre S47.5K, 0.8 Acre S45K. Utilities avail. Call (724) 464-4651 THREE Unit apartment building in Brush Valley. Each unit has the following, 3 bedrooms. 1 bath, kitchen, dining & living room, separate basements with laundry hook ups. Three entrances to each unit, one bay garage for each, oil hot water radiators. United School District, cable available. 1-2 porches per unit, Great opportunity on a wonderful investment property. Must see to appreciate!{724) 479-2831. VIDEO Store, 3500 vhs, dvd's, new releases, a titles, security system, racking, all video supplies, new computer and video store software, best offer, (814) 322-4318. 023 Misc. Real Estate For Sale SIX Units commercial buildings with a three car finished garage. Weil maintained, low taxes. Ph. (814) 948-7823. Owner moving. • — _ Commercial 025 Property GREAT OPPORTUNITY Commercial building for rent, possible sale, 4,360 sq. ft, 5 acres, country setting 5 min. from Indiana, make offer, call 724-479-8908 eve., or (814) 938-4551 daytime. Apartments Furnished ONE Bedroom furnished apartment in Victorian House, two block from campus and downtown. $375 per month plus utilities. No pets. Call (724)349-1655. ONE Bedroom efficiency fully furnished $475, plus electric. Call (724) 349-2638. 031 Apartments Unfurnished ATTRACTIVE - 3 bedroom, no pets. Ph. (724} 388-3337. Eves: 479-8953. BLAIRSVILLE - 2 Bedroom, 2nd floor. Security deposit, no pets. $350 plus utilities. (724) 459-6757. COLONIAL MANOR APARTMENTS One and two bedroom apartments. No pets. For information, (724) 463-9290. /\1« Apartments 031 Unfurnished Have'you checked our listings lately at www.indianapa.com/rental? NORMA WHITE REALTY 724349-1501 724479-8642 HOMER City - 2 bedroom, includes appliances, heat, water, sewer. Non smoking environment. No pets. $425 per month. Ph(724) 479-2481 HOYT Apartment. 1 bedroom. Call (724) 349-6832 or 463-6145. *PENTHOUSE* INDEPENDENT LIVING Heatherbrae Square, 1700 sq.ft. penthouse apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining room, large kitchen, cathedral ceilings, indoor parking. Many services. Phone 724-463-7368 or 412-970-9139. !N Town Duplex, second floor, private entrance, two bedroom, hardwood floors, new stove & frig. Walk to town or Campus. 5385 plus utilities & security, one year lease. Call (724) 422-1612. NEWLY REMODELED Whispering Glen, one bedroom apts. in quiet neighborhood. Water, sewerage & trash included. On site laundry. Call (724) 349-2638 ONE Bedroom, North 9th Street, Ind. 5350 plus utilities. Call (724) 349-3616. QUALITY 2nd Floor - 2 bedrooms, $500 per month plus utilities. Call (724) 349-6906. QUIET Location, two bedrooms, heat furnished, appliances included. No pets. $375 per month. Call (724) 349-4843. QUIET, Nice, one bedroom. $375 per/month. Homer City. Calt (724) 463-3333. SPACIOUS 2ND floor, walking distance to downtown, Ind. No pets. S445 + gas & electric. Call (724) 349-4223. TWO Bedroom - 2nd floor, large kitchen, full attic storage. No pets. Non-smoking environment. Yearly lease, parking. Call (724) 465-6467 TWO bedrooms, avail. Nov. 1. Hardwood floors, off- street parking, 6th St. Indiana. Ph. (724) 465-8629 or (724)801-6031. TWO To three bedroom kitchen, dining room, living room, 1 bath, refrig., stove, a/c, deck. $350/month + $350 security deposit. Saltsburg. HUD approve. 724-459-9214 | Maple Street: One bedroom apartments now E available for ages 1 55 or older. E E E Rent based on 30% | of income. Accepting | applications. i PHONE 1 (724) 463-9210 or I (724) 652-3031 1 Weekdays 9-5 Equal Housing Opportunity ( BRIDGE West A-KQ ¥ 98 * A8 * 95 South 1 » North 1O&02 A 10 4 V 10 6 5 3 # 10 4 2 * K Q 6 3 East J 9 2 A 6 5 V Q J 4 6 # Q J 5 3 2 # A 10 8 7 South A A 8 7 3 V A K.7 2 * K9 7 * J4 Dealer: South Vulnerable: East-West West Norlh East Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: AK Friday, Oct. 25,2002 A bridge magazine on the Internet By Phillip Alder A couple of years ago, Pamela and Matthew Granovetter started Bridge Today Digest — Online, a magazine sent to subscribers by e-mail. To celebrate one year and 100 issues, the Gra- novetters have compiled "Bridge Today Digest" (Master Point Press). The book is a "best of," aimed at serious players. In this deal, Warren Buffett took advantage of some inferior defense during the 1994 World Mixed Pairs Championship in Albuquerque. (He and his partner, world champion Sharon Osberg, qualified for the LOOKING to make a career move? Rely on the Indiana Gazette classified ads to bring you current information on openings in your area. With many new job opportunities advertised daily, classified ads help you stay on top of the ever changing job market. final, but unfortunately had to withdraw because Buffett was called away on business.) Buffett opened one diamond, hoping that his partner would respond in a major. West had an automatic one-spade overcall, but passed. And North opted to pass, when some would have bid one heart. After winning the first trick with his spade ace, Buffett led the club jack, which East incorrectly won. (West's club two promised an odd number of clubs, so East should have known to hold up for one round.) East shifted to the heart queen: king, nine, three. Declarer took dummy's two top clubs, throwing a spade from hand. Now came the heart 10: jack, ace, eight. South had won five tricks. Next, he innocently led the heart two from hand. West, confident his partner could win the trick, discarded a spade. However, dummy's five beat East's four! And in the fullness of time, Buffett scored a trump trick for plus 70 and a cold top. Most Souths opened and closed the auction with one no-trump, going two down after the spade-king lead. The book is $17.95 postpaid from Baron Barclay Bridge Supplies. Call 888-274-2221 to order. Copyright 2002, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. 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