Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 13, 1990 · Page 23
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Indiana, Pennsylvania
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3nMana (gazette CETERA Monday, September 15, 2003 - Page 21 Clinton cookbook offers meals fit for a president By The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Now everyone can eat like former President Bill Clinton. "The Clinton Presidential Center Cookbook" includes 250 recipes and is currently on sale to raise funds for the foundation building Clinton's presidential library. Co-author Shannon Butler tracked down celebrir ties, politicians and former White House workers to fill out a 264-page book featuring entrees, side dishes and desserts. Included in the book are Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's chocolate chip cookies, Bill Clinton's chicken enchiladas, Elizabeth Taylor's spicy chicken and Barbra Streisand's Southern lemon ice box pie. "This dessert was made for a luncheon on August 13, 2000, that we had on our front yard for President Clinton," said a note from Streisand that accompanied the recipe. Many of the recipes are accompanied by personal notes. The cookbook was released "I avoid the kitchen whenever possible," she said. BILL CLINTON ... Cookbook put now... Friday and is currently available only by direct mail and through the Clinton Library's Web site. The $35 cost includes $15 as a tax-deductible contribution to the foundation. But beware: Butler, the associate director of the Clinton Presidential Foundation, describes herself as the daughter of a former caterer who learned only the basics about cooking. LAS VEGAS — Partygoers hit the jackpot at the Palms hotel- casino over the weekend when singer Britney Spears hit the stage unexpectedly. The pop star, along with a group of dancers, belted out three songs from her upcoming album at the popular Rain nightclub early Sunday morning. "We tried to keep it a secret," said Rain co-owner Scott DeGraff of the Chicago-based N9NE Group. "We wanted to make it a surprise for people. I know people were shocked. No one knew." Her performance began about 1 a.rh. and lasted thirty minutes. Not only did the 1,800 people inside Ram get an up-close look at Britney, DeGraff said, but they also each saved hundreds of dollars. The nightclub didn't charge extra for the Britney bash. DeGraff said MTV was also on hand to film Britney, as were a number of celebrities in Las Vegas for the boxing match between Oscar De La 'Hoya and Shane Mosley at the MGM Grand. Today in History By The Associated Press Today is Monday, Sept. 15, the 258th day of 2003. There are 107 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On Sept. 15, 1963, four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala.. (Three Ku Klux Klansmen were eventually convicted for their roles in the blast.) On this date: In 1776, British forces occupied New York City during the American Revolution. In 1789, the U.S. Department of Foreign Affairs was renamed the Department of State. In 1821, independence was proclaimed for Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador. In 1857, William Howard Taft —who served as president of the United States and .as U.S. chief justice—was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1917, Russia was proclaimed a republic by Alexander Kerensky, the head of a provisional government. In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws deprived German Jews of their citizenship and made the swastika the official symbol of Nazi Germany. In 1940, during the Battle of Britain in World War II, the tide turned as the Luftwaffe sustained heavy losses inflicted by the Royal Air Force. In 1950, during the Korean conflict, United Nations forces landed at Inchon in the south and began their drive toward Seoul. In 1959, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in the U.S. to begin a 13-day visit. In 1982, Iran's former foreign minister, Sadegh Ghotbzadeh was executed after he was convicted of plotting against the government. Ten years ago: Former '60s radical Katherine Ann Power, who'd spent 23 years in hiding, surrendered to authorities to face Sept-15 .-,.'., • 1953 , -.;.-- ,/ .The Indiana County coal mine was revealed as having the highest percentage of germanium, a rare and valuable metal, in western Pennsylvania following the discovery of traces of the metal in several district mines. . : . . - • 1978 • The Blairsyille r Saltsburg School District's board of directors announced it has hired Jim Racchini as head basketball coach, with George Sulkosky as his assistant, Racchini was formerly an assistant coach at United High School and recently worked as an official. : ; •';• -', • _. - - • 1993 , United School District high-school and middle-school students who got into trouble were soon spending their disciplinary time after school instead of during school. The school board unanimously approved a reqUest-by;the administration •; to initiate an after-school detention program*. , " '.'-,. ,-. . " 1998 • • :• ,-.'/'•; ; - ., Eleven children, 18 of 24 grandchildren, two great-grandcriil- dren and their families helped George and Catherine Shock of White Township celebrate their 50th anniversary. The couple was married SepL 4, 1948. Members of the original'wedding party joined the celebration, where the children gave their parents a 30-minute family-history video, a grandchildren quilt and othergifts. . •'.*'', . — -Jennifer Grim charges stemming from a 1970 bank robbery in which Boston police officer Walter Schroeder Sr. was killed. (Power received a five-year federal term, to run concurrently with an eight- to 12-year state .sentence; she was released in 1999.) Five years ago: Nine states and the District of Columbia held primaries. In New York, liberal congressman Charles Schumer won the Democratic nod to challenge Republican Sen. Alfonse D'Amato. (Schumer won.) In Washington state, conservative congresswoman Linda Smith won the right to challenge Democratic Sen. Patty Murray (Murray won re-election). Mark McGwire of the St. Louis Cardinals hit his 63rd home run of the season. One year ago: Opposition parties swept Macedonia's ruling coalition from power in the nation's first elections since the 2001 armed uprising. Today's Birthdays: Bluesman Snooky Pryor is 82. Actor-director Jackie Cooper is 81. Singer- musician Bobby Short is 79. Actor Forrest Compton is 78. Comedian Norm Crosby is 76. Actor Henry Darrow is 70. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Gaylord Perry is 65. Football Hall-of-Famer Merlin Olsen is 63. Opera singer Jessye Norman is 58. Rock musician Lee Dorman (Iron Butterfly) is 58. Actor Tommy Lee Jones is 57. Movie director Oliver Stone is 57. Actress Wendie Jo Sperber is 45. Rock musician Mitch Dorge (Crash Test Dummies) is 43. Football quarterback Dan Marino is 42. Actor Danny Nucci is 35. Rap DJ Kay Gee is 34. Rock musician Allen Shellenberger (Lit) is 34. Actor Josh Charles is 32. Singer Ivette Sosa {Eden's Crush) is 27. Britain's Prince Henry of Wales is 19. Dear Abby By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I am a postal carrier. Today I left warnings in the mailboxes of six houses on my route because I found spiders inside. Three of the spiders were black widows. I know because I saw the red hourglass markings on them before they scurried to the back of the box. Spiders love mailboxes. They nest and lay eggs there. I don't necessarily have to reach inside the boxes to deliver mail, but my customers always do in order to retrieve it. People usually remember to spray their yards and garages for insects, but they tend to overlook the one place where they directly place their hands and arms. "Please warn your readers to take a minute to spray in, around and underneath their mailboxes — especially if they see a cobweb. It could prevent suffering a poisonous bite or an allergic reaction, which, in some cases, could prove to be fatal. — A LAS VEGAS MAIL CARRIER DEAR MAIL CARRIER: Thank you for an important warning. I know Las Vegas is the gambling capital of the world, but no one should have to gamble when . collecting the mail. DEAR ABBY: My ex-wife and I divorced after 29 years. Both of us made a mess of our marriage. Three years of marriage counsel- ing couldn't undo the infidelity and multiple personal problems we had accumulated. There is still a deep reservoir of hurt and anger over those years, but both of us have moved on with other relationships. The problem is 1 for the past 16 years, my daughter, "Lili," has lived with her mother, who apparently filled her head with all of my transgressions. Lili refuses to have anything to do with me. Nothing I did was any worse than what her mother did — but, of course, Lili wasn't hearing that side of the story. My sons and I get along well. They seem to understand that neither of their parents was an angel. They accept my ex and me, warts and all. Even though we live 3,000 miles apart, I send my daughter birthday cards, gifts for her birthday, Christmas and Valentine's Day, etc. She ignores me — and the silence hurts. 1 don't deserve this kind of treatment. Should I continue trying to reach out to her? Or should I just forget I have a daughter? Sixteen years of a one-way relationship is heartbreaking. — IMPERFECT POP IN PHILADELPHIA DEAR POP: By not acknowledging your conciliatory gestures, your daughter is sending you a message. Accept it. I agree, 16 years of rejection is enough. Perhaps one day your daughter will get the full story from her brothers and come to understand the multiple reasons why you and your wife divorced. In the meantime, please don't set yourself up to be hurt again and again. DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 30 years. My wife and I have not had sex for the past 20 of them. We have no children. My wife does like undressing in front of me, but then she quickly covers herself. We are always friendly — very friendly — to each other. At night we sleep in the same bed, but we do not mention sex, and have not mentioned it for 20 years. Can you give me some advice? — READER IN SAN FRANCISCO DEAR READER: Only this: Mention sex! Since you are on friendly terms, you are long overdue for a frank discussion regarding both of your feelings on this important subject. Perhaps she has been waiting for you to bring it up. Dear Ably is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.Dear- or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Un iversal Press Syndica te GAZETTE CLASSIFIED Phone 724 349-4949 ~ 349-4550 001 leads NOTICE EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Myron Hay Tomb, Esquire Attorney for the Estate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Letters of Testamentary on the estate or Sandra J. Lynn, deceased, late of White Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, have been issued to the undersigned. Those knowing themselves to be indebted to the said Estate are requested to make prompt payment. Those having claims against the said Estate are requested to present proof of the same for payment to either/on Myron II. Tomb 52 South Ninth Street Indiana, PA 15701 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Armstrong Township Board of Supervisors will vote on the following ordinance at its Tuesday, September 23, 2002, meeting at 7:00 P.M. Township of Armstrong County of Indiana Pennsylvania Ordinance No. 2003-10 The Board of Supervisors of Armstrong Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania.hereby ordain and enact a speed limit of 35 miles per hour on Township Road 408, commonly known as Cheese Run Road, Township Road 412, commonly known as Fleming Road, and Township Road 409, commonly known as N. Ben Franklin Road. The Ordinance may be reviewed by appointment at the Township Office at 977 Parkwood Road. Indiana, PA 15701. Patricia George Secretary 9/15 002 Sunshine Notices NOTICE The White Township Planning Commission will meet on Wednesday, September 17,2003at10:OOA.M.atthe White Township Municipal Building, 950 Indian Springs Road, Indiana, PA., for a special meeting. 006 Lost and Found FOUND Female Pointer in Nolo, female Lab & Rott- weiler mix in Indiana, female tri-color Beagle in Blairsville, male Airedale in Homer City. Phone ICHS at 724-465-PETS. FOUND: On Rustic Lodge Road a shepherd/dobe., female approx. 2 yrs of age. Please call ICHS 724-465-PETS. LOST Coonhound, black white and brown. License #391 on orange collar. Answers to Cricket. Lost on 9/4/03 in Jacksonville/Kent area. If found please call (724) 459-8093. Reward. 007 Personals A BABY IS OUR DREAM A devoted dad and stay at home mom wish to provide your newborn with endless love, financial security, and a wonderful extended family. Expenses paid, please call Larry and Denise toll free at 1-877-288-8279. ADOPT: A truly loving childless couple long to adopt newborn. Will provide love, financial security, good education and stay at home mom. Expenses paid. Please call llene & Eddie at 1-866-763-5339. BANKRUPTCY - $395 fee plus filing fee, EZ payments. No travel, Puree)! Law, Donegal. Phone (BOO) 635-2419. DIVORCE $195 Complete U neon tested, No-Fault Reisman & Davis, Pgh. No Travel. Free Info. 1-800-486-4070,24/7 HOME WANTED? Finding a place to call home has never been easier. You can check our daily paper under the 015 listings. ( Most of the real estate ads will appear on Thursday thru Sunday) Mobile Homes are listed under 050. The majority of RENTAL PROPERTIES are listed under 030, 031, 035, and 039. HE HUGE XT "Independent Senior Living" Luxury 2 BR Balcony Apartment Indoor Parking Activities Center Fitness Room Transportation • Elevator Cleaning, Heat & Linen Service included in rent 724488-7888 412-681-0888 009 Instructions GUITAR, Piano, drums, banjo, accordion, since 1960, Ogoreuc Music, Indiana, PA, (724) 463-0060 012 Special Notices Buy Indiana County Indiana County's Yellow Pages Alternative.www. buyindianacountyfirst. com 015 Houses For Sale BEFORE you buy, check out the quality and smart design of modular homes - two story, cape cod and ranch style homes. Come see our model homes today! LONG'S HOMES SALES, Rte. 22 W., Blairsville. Phone (724) 459-5044 FORECLOSURE, 5 bdr, 2 bath home, $5,500. For listings. 1-800-719-3001 XH467. RANCHES, two stories, capes, available now! Sunrise Mobile Homes. Phone 1-800-359-8707. THREE Bedroom ranch, 1 1/2 baths, attached garage, finished basement, screened 13x30 patio, 3/4 acre, HC area. $110,000. Call (724) 479-2394. 019 Lots and Acreage For Sale 5 ACRES OF SERENITY Spectacular View Public Sewer Available (724) 248-LAND CHESAPEAKE Bay Area "New to Market" Pre-construction pricing from $89,900. 2 to 4 acre waterfront sites, bay area access,' best crabbing & fishing ' grounds. Perfect for vacation & retirement. Paved roads, utilities. Buy now, build later. E-z ternis. Direct from owner/broker. Bay Lands Co 1-888-240-5303 INDIANA County 11 acres, free gas, with spring, well and outer buildings. Great for hunting. 724-388-5684. STERLING HILLS Estates - Lois starting at $25,000, located on North Ben Franklin Rd. Lazor Bros., (724) 349-4914. noo Vocation Property 022 For Sale RESORT/Timeshare America's oldest and I a r -g e s • t times hare/campground clearinghouse. Selling, buying, renting. Best in sales, service & satisfaction. Bringing buyers & sellers together. Call RSI at 1-800-423-5967. /\«li Apartments 031 Unfurnished ARMAGH Second floor 2 bdr., hardwood floors, stove. & fridge. No pets. Sec. Dep. (724) 676-5681. AVAILABLE Nov. '1st. 2 bedroom apartment quiet, clean, garage, includes water. $595 per month. (724)388-0040. BLAIRSVILLE Area - One 3 bdr apt; three 2 bdr apt; one 1 bedroom apt; now available. (724) 459-8201 M-F 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 031 Apartments Unfurnished INDIANA - New large 2 bedroom apt., convenient in town location. All appliances, washer/dryer, garage, air conditioned. S550-S575 + utilities. No pets. Call (724) 349-2439. ONE Bedroom Apartment $400 + elec. 724349-6906/ 724-349-9270 033 Office Space For Rent OFFICE/Retail space lo-^ cated in. Downtown Indiana. Parking included. Call Prudential Realty 724-465-6838. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SUITE Modern - 900 sq., ft- convenient parking, Call 724-463-6200 or call 724-463-7368. 035 Houses For Rent A Three bdr, 1 bath, living & dining room, kitchen. Nice yard, shed. Freshly painted, unfinished basement W & D. 551 Locust St., $625/mo. + uttl & dep. $25/mo rent reduction for on time payment. Rent due first of each month. Patrick, 724- 349-2047. FIVE Bedroom foreclosure, buy for $5500! For listings 800-319-3323 XF43L ONE Bedroom sublet in 4 bedroom house, Wayne Ave. Available immediately. Call (724) 676-5294. SHELOCTA - 3 bdr, 2 1/2 bath, family, living, dining sun and game room, 3 fp, 2 car garage. Well, septic, oil heat and air. $800 + utilities. One year lease, ref. (724) 539-2075. THREE Bedroom home in Brush Valley, 2 baths, air, $550/mo. plus security. Call (724) 832-1662. THREE bedroom house for rent. $425 per month plus utilities near Elderton. Call -(724) 354-3378 THREE Bedrooms, large yard, 5 miles from WalMart. Heat and water included. $700 per month. (864) 592-5030. TWO Bedroom, Ind. Borough. $525 per month + utilities. Call (724) 349-4792 f\nr\ Mobile Homes OJV For Rent THREE Bedroom, 2 bath, Penns Manor School District, first month's rent & security, section 8 welcome, 814-948-5696 or 724-254-2585. 042 Misc. Real Estate For Rent BLAIRSVILLE Area. Warehouse suitable for car and boat storage. Call 724-459-8201. Parking spaces available near Philadelphia & N. 5th St.. 814-241-5590. STORAGE Unit for rent, next to See World Satellites, 1321 Wayne Ave., Indiana. Stop in or call (724) 463-3200. 048 Wanted for Rent COUPLE Wanting to rent - one or two bedroom house or trailer, prefer country setting. Must allow pets. ASAP. Call (814) 592-0646. |WAL*MART IAND AUCTION PRIME COMMERCIAL OUT PARCEL » Adjacent to Wal-Mart Supercenter r US 119 A Highway 436 • Punxsutawney, PA. To be sold ABSOL.UTEIII 1.13 A/o Minimum II No Ftosorva II For compKM We Wormation caiorvMajrwrtaiU -*liw«dJWE,M.fco*- OiO B 2vf"4lDl www.hiQQtnbouWfn.cofn^ 048 Wanted for Rent THREE bedroom. home in Indiana School District ASAP Call (724) 465-9145 Business Opportunities ABSOLUTE GOLDMINE! 60 vending machines with excellent locations, all for 510,995! 800-234-6982 ADVERTISING Sales. Set your hours, calling businesses to advertise pop. ular restaurant menus/ placemats. Average $13 $25/hrs/wk. Call M Master 1-888-359-MENU Robert / Cynthia. NATIONALLY Accredited Preschool/ childcare center. Southwestern PA. Includes great building, degreed staff, new equipment, capacity over 100. Central location, great opportunity, Owner relocating. Write: Owner, P.O. Box 914, Monroeville, PA15146. 061 Hetp Wonted ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR An Indiana based bank holding company seeks a qualified applicant for an Accounting Supervisor position. Qualified applicant should have a BS in Accounting and five (5) years bank accounting experience or equivalent in work experience. Prior supervisory experience and advanced LOTUS skills required. Ability to multi-task in a fast paced work environment and to work under changing demands and deadlines. Resumes to: HR/LS PO Box 400 Indiana, PA 15701 EOE F/M/H/D/V BECOMEA Professional Bartender • "Hands On" Program • Mixology Certification • Job Placement Assist Starts October INDIANA HOLIDAY INN Info & FREE brochure! 1-800-333-7122 CARRIERS Needed for early Sunday morning delivery in Home and Smicksburg areas. Penn Run and Stafford also available for weekend delivery. For more information call: 1-800-433-8742. CARRIERS NEEDED Indiana Gazette In The Following Areas INDIANA Route 30-48 papers North 11th, 12th Street Chestnut Street Oak Street Station Avenue Route 72-35 papers Birchwood Lazor Street Oakland Avenue CLYMER In-town Routes CALL CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT FOR INFORMATION (724) 465-5555 CLASSROOM SUPPORT STAFF Seeking full-time person to work with special needs students in a school-based program in the Hastings area. Bachelor's degree in education or human service .field preferred. FuH-time position provides a comprehensive benefit package which includes full medical coverage, retire^ merit, paid holidays, vacation, and sick days. Send resume/vitae to: ACRP, Inc., Attn: School Director, P.O. Box 564, 280 Beaver Street, Hastings, PA 16646. HOME WANTED? Finding a place to caN home has never been easier. You can check our daily paper under the 015 listings. ( Most of the real estate ads will appear on Thursday thru Sunday) Mobile Homes are listed under 050. The majority of RENTAL PROPERTIES are listed under 030, 031, 035, and 039.

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