Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 14, 1990 · Page 2
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Page 2 (Gazette WEATHER Tuesday, September 16,2003 National Pennsylvania The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Wednesday, Sept. 17. -10s -Os Os 1 Os 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. © 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Wednesday, Sept. 17 ACCUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, tow/high temperatures | Scranton |52°/76 State College 50V76 [Indiana 154°/74«:,| Pittsburgh 52776 T I Philadelphia [5a°/78° ft Harrisburg 56V78 -W.VA. ©2003 AccuWeather, Inc. ,,, Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Chief Tom my Hawk Enjoy the dry weather of the next two days, says Chief Tommy "Bracing For The Worst" Hawk, because Isabel may be making an appearance later in the week. Precipitation Amount for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by the Two Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. .42 inches Four-day forecast - Via Associated Press Via Associated Press Temperatures Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warm; low 54, high 74. Thursday: Chance of showers late afternoon, heavy rain at night; low 58, high 73. Allrany.N.Y. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta AllanticCily Baltimore. Boston Duflalo Cliarleslon.S.C. Charleston.W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord.N.H. Dallas- Ft Worth Dayton By The Associated Press Yesterday Today 111 Lo Prc Hi Lo Otlk 81 61 .67 77 50 cdy 05 58 88 60 clr 53 35 82. 61 77 66 77 57 73 65 75 53 87 67 74 54 74 50 74 49 72 53 79 65 83.67 72 53 .44 .12 .50 .63 .04 .01 .13 1.02 53 32 84 62 80 60 80 58 77 61 72 49 85 64 76 52 79 58 79 54 73 51 75 48 87 68 78 55 dr cdy dr clr m cdy dr cdy dr dr dr m cdy dr Tomorrow Hi Lo Otlk 77 53 dr 87 62 dr 52 29 83 62 73 61 76 62 73 59 74 55 82 67 77 53 82 62 80 55 77 56 78 48 91 70 80 55 dr cdy cdy cdy dr dr cdy dr dr dr dr dr cdy dr Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, Miss. Jacksonville Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk.Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando 82 55 90 79 88 71 75 54 82 55 87 67 101 79 77 62 78 54 90 76 72 51 74 54 79 52 87 74 81 68 35 79 70 78 62 85 59 89 74 90 55 89 76 89 68 81 54 86 57 87 70 98 73 76 63 80 55 90 76 77 61 81 62 82 54 87 68 79 61 78 65 87 66 86 63 90 72 dr dr cdy dr dr cdy dr cdy dr dr cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy cdy dr cdy 76 39 89 76 90 66 81 55 88 60 84 68 90 66 •76 63 82 57 91 75 77 63 81 55 85 58 88 71 76 62 74 69 90 68 86 56 89 70 cdy dr cdy dr dr cdy dr cdy dr dr cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy cdy dr dr Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Purtland.Mame Raleigh-Durham Reno Ridunond St Louis Sail Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-StPtrsbg Washington.D.C. Wichita Wilkes-Barre 80 63 35 106 80 68 48 29 73 63 54 85 65 .02 81 54 85 60 81 60 73 66 75 55 64 50 77 54 .11 91 73 84 63 .08 77 61 73 65 .71 81 62 dr 105 79 dr 75 50 dr 72 52 m 82 58 cdy 78 46 cdy 82 59 dr 84 60 dr 73 66 cdy 70 54 cdy 59 46 m 74 53 cdy 90 73 cdy 80 63 dr 83 66 cdy 75 52 cdy 78 63 102 77 77 55 73 51 79 63 76 40 77 63 85 64 72 66 73 54 63 47 75 53 90 72 79 66 90 62 76 54 cdy dr dr dr cdy dr cdy cdy cdy dr cdy dr cdy cdy cdy dr Friday Rain during tne day; low 53, high 68. Saturday. Chance of showers during the day; low 52, high 69. Moon phases * 9/26 MPW lllCVY National Temperature Extremes High Monday 113 at Death Valley, Calif. Low today 32 at Gunnison, Colo. • € 10/2 Firct rjj.oi o 10/10 Full A*UU (I 10/18 ' \A7«ulw* ,*u<«J Wednesday Sunrise: 6:59 a.m. Sunset: 7:23 p.m. Owner to widen waste limits "<! The owner of a Center Township landfill has received permission to more than double the amount of solid waste that can jbe accepted and disposed of at its facility. * The state Department of Environmental Protection issued permission Monday for the expansion of the Evergreen Landfill, according to a press release from the DEE *• Waste Management Inc. is owner of the landfill, most of which is located in Center Township. About 8 percent of the landfill lies in Brushvalley Township. With DEP's. permission, Waste Management can accept a maximum 1,500 terns of solid waste per day. Previously, it could accept a maximum daily rate of 530 Jpns. * Landfill officials expect the new average daily acceptance rale to be 1,000 tons. Before D.EP approved the new permit, the average daily rate was 430 tons. I' In Ihcir review process before granting Evergreen permission Lo expand, DEP officials held a meeting, asking for comments from residents who live near the landfill. Center Township supervisors expressed no objections to the proposed expan- Police log The Indiana Gazette Accident The Indiana Gazette s-ion. » Evergreen also submitted to PEP a detailed analysis that showed the financial benefits Jpr the project outweighed any known or potential harm. ^ Center Township receives a host municipal fee of about 91 (rents per ton of waste. ,, Brushvalley Township receives a fee of about 9 cents a ton, since the landfill is in a relatively small part of the municipality. " Ron Nymick, chairman of the Renter Township supervisors, paid last month that, under the old acceptance rates, his township received about $46,000 every three months from landfill fees. *j Indiana County receives an administrative fee of $1.50 per ton of waste because the landfill Is located within its borders. r* i— Mary Ann Slater Indiana Borough Assault reported A young man bound an Indiana University of Perrnsylyania coed with duct tape early Saturday at Memorial Park and, .fled „,. when passers-by rushed to the ' student's aid, Indiana Borough police reported Monday. The student, a 22-year-old woman whose name was withheld, and her rescuers said the attacker was a thin, 19-to-21- year-old white man who wore blue jeans, a blue and white . checkered shirt and drove away in an old Ford pickup truck. The assailant approached the woman near Park Place at about 1:30 a.m., threatened her with a knife then wrapped duct tape around her wrists and ankles and across her eyes and mouth, according to the report. Police cautioned borough residents to travel with others, stay in well-lighted areas and follow other general personal safety guidelines when walking at night. Car missing Christian Martorella of Green Tree reported to borough police that a white Jeep Wrangler convertible was stolen between 1 and 9 a.m. Monday from a private parking lot at 210 Papermill Ave. The vehicle has license plate FDJ-2421, according to borough police. Arrests on campus Police at the IUP campus issued underage drinking citations on Friday and Saturday to Ian Magill, IB, of Zelienople; Susan Liekweg, 18, of Scranton Hall; Breiana McKnight, 19, of Shafer Hall and Joshua Villwock, 18, of Lawrence Hall, according to police reports. Campus police cited' Marc Matsey, 18, for disorderly conduct when officers caught him urinating in public at the Esch Hall parking lot at 1:46 a.m. Sunday. Indiana County Additional charges Investigators have filed additional charges against a Green Township woman who is await- ing trial on allegations that she stole checks and credit cards from people who entrusted her as a caretaker for the elderly. State police lodged 51 counts •.o£forgery..and : four J counts^each,-.. of theft by deception and theft of leased property against,-Bonna; ,Mae Ackerson, 30, of Com-::, modore. Troopers at' Indiana ' filed the new charges before District Justice George Thachik on Sept 9, according to a report released today. Police reported that the forgery and theft incidents, which victimized 34 people throughout Indiana County, occurred between July 18 and Aug. 14. • A p relirninary hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 2. ' Ackerson in June waived her right to hearings on charges that she stole and forged personal checks belonging to Florence Sgro of Indiana and Harry Wagner of Black Lick and that she made, purchases on a credit card stolen from Robert Morris of Indiana. White Township Mower missing Sometime between Sept. 7 and Saturday, somebody stole a red and white Sears Craftsman riding mower with a 42-inch deck from Joseph Klamar's residence along Warren Road, state police in Indiana reported. Links ravaged Sometime on Friday or Saturday, someone drove a vehicle over the golf course at the Indian Springs Golf and Country Club and caused an unspecified amount of damage, state police in Indiana reported. Jewelry stolen Jewelry belonging to Michael Best, Rodger Briscoe and Michael Buchanan vanished on Sept. 9 from a locker room at Indiana Area Senior High School, according to state police. Indiana-based troopers reported the theft today and gave neither a description of the missing jewelry nor an estimate of the loss. Armstrong Township Burglary probed Six custom-designed golf carts were stolen from Bemie's Custom Carts shop along Route 422 near Shelocta between midnight and 3 a.m. Monday, according to state police hi Indiana. , Txoopers estimated the loss at $17,000. rj-vfThe shpp/.ownervsfBremiiB' Gaff, said jthis morning that four of-the carts ;i were> found heavily damaged about four miles away from his shop, along Route 156 south of Shelocta, on Monday night ' "Coal truck drivers and people doing construction work, on Route 156 by the overlook spotted them," Gaff said. "They're going to have to have new bodies and be completely rebuilt. It looked like a bunch of pigs had them." Gaff said he modifies the engines and paints golf carts to his customers' specification. "I fix 'em up so they go like a four-wheeler. But this is sickening," Gaff said. "Stealing them is bad enough but to destroy them -— it's horrible." Gaff said he has no insurance coverage on his carts. A neighbor near Bemie's Custom Carts reported to state police that a McKenzie deer target was stolen about the same time the carts went missing. The target deer, which police estimated to be worth $80, was taken from the residence of Patricia Stoker along North Ridge Road sometime between midnight and 3 a.m. Monday. Green Township Burglary investigation Somebody stole a digital'video- disc player, a silver bracelet and 11 cans of Coors Light beer from the residence of Allison Pilat along Purchase Line Road in Dixonville sometime between 3 p.m. Sunday and 4:30 a.m. Monday, state police in Indiana reported. According to Indiana-based troopers, the DVD player is worth $75 and the bracelet is valued at $15. North MahoningTwp. Telephone theft The Punxs'y Phil Payphone Co. reported Monday that someone broke into a pay phone along Bush Road and stole $21.20 in coins, according to state police at Punxsutawney. Cherry Tree Collision hurts one Ijiol/XJ i. \H~JV ). l .,Ut r ij-.'l I ij'jr. 1' • iiil-' .. Cars .driven. by. Michael. Over-, man, JB,,M^Aj:la,Carpen : ter,23, both of Cherry; [Tree, collided at 10:10 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Routes 219 and 580, state police in Indiana reported. A passenger in Overman's car, 22-year-old Teresa Gibbons of Cherry Tree-,- was taken to Miners; Medical Center in^Hastings Tor treatment of a minor injury, according to troopers. The Cherry Tree fire company assisted police at the scene. Hospital notes INDIANA Admissions Sept. 15 Pori Calabrese, Bradenville; Robert Norman Howells, Indiana; Jenette Raye Leasure, Perm Run; Erica Michelle Mason, Commodore; Janette Ruth Mosco, Blairsville; Grace Viola Murray, Shelocta; Chrystal Lynn Oswalt, Indiana Discharges Rita A. Ager, Indiana; Nicole Lynn Putnam, Homer City; Au- dreonna Capri Putnam-Murphy, Homer City; Becky Sangregorio, Ebensburg; Elaina Marie Sangre- gorio, Ebensburg; Clarence Robert Shank, Indiana; Nettie Margaret Wise, Homer City LATROBE Birth Sept. 15,2003 Linda D. Fancella, Clarksburg, a boy ARMSTRONG Birth Sept 15,2003 : Nicole E. Hough, Dayton, a girl' Admissions Sept. 15 Justin R. Hill, Creekside; Ann L. George, Dayton Lottery HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Monday in the midday Pennsylvania State Lottery drawing: Daily Number 6-4-6 Big 4:1-9-4-2 Here are the winning numbers selected Monday night in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Dairy Number. 8-1-5 Big 4:0-9-0-9 Today's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" jackpot will be worth at least $650,000 because no player matched the five winning numbers drawn in Monday's game. Lottery officials said 246 players matched four numbers and won $362 each; 8,739 players matched three numbers and won $11 each; and 98,990 players matched two numbers and won $ leach. The winning numbers drawn Monday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 09-27-29-3436. How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555, using the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, ext. 269 Mike Petersen, ext. 271 Family Ginny Filler, ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, ext. 270 Advertising Display, ext. 250 Classified, ext. 233 Circulation Ext. 215 Three to face trial for bad checks DON'T FORGET TO VOTE IN THE GAZETTE'S ONLINE READERS POLL PUNXSUTAWNEY — Three Indiana County residents have opted to face trial in the Jefferson County Court in Brookville on various charges that had been filed before District Justice Douglas Chambers of Punxsutawney. Barbara Dipofi of Indiana waived her right to a prelimi- nary hearing on Sept. 3 on .three charges of writing bad cheeks. • /Dipofi remained in the Jefferson County Jail with bond set at $5,000. y • / Cynthia Panducco of Ernest waived a preliminary hearing Aug. 27 on charges of driving under the influence and a sum- mary traffic violation, and Joseph Fleming Jr. of Rochester Mills waived a hearing Sept. 10 on DUI and four summary charges, according to a report from Chambers* office. Panducco and Fleming each posted $3,000 bail and were freed to await trial. — The Indiana Gazette Sun Rooms Patio Enclosures • Custom Designed Just For You • Roof Styles That Compliment The Architecture of Your Home • 20 Years Experience Sunshine Designs 724-349-0274

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