Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 26, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Saturday, October 26,2002 National i ne AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Sunday, Oct. 27. Temperatures Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. 50s 40SHT 30S 50s 60s @ 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. 80s J FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY High Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Pennsylvania Via Associated Press Chief Tommy Hawk Chief Tommy "Humdrum" Hawk would like to report that the weather is changing, but it is not. Much of the same will continue in the area.Temperatures are going to get somewhat cooler, but not as cool as Indiana area folks. Keep the smiles coming! Bye. a • n f a I I Amount for 24- hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by Two Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. AStonyfi.V. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo CharJeston^.C Charkston,\VAa. Chicago (Tnfinnafi Cleveland ConcorcLNJl. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis JarWit^Mire Jacksonville Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisvflle Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-StPaul Nashville New Orleans New York Grv NorfolkAa. " Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland^ taine Raleigh-Durham Reno Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-St Pttsbg Washington,D.C Wichita WHkes-Barre Yesterday Hi Lo Prc 49 39 59 62 45 46 41 .10 59 57 .05 57 54 1.99 53 51 1.13 49 44 .12 47 44 25 70 62 .02 69 57 .19 47 45 .02 59 48 1.67 49 48 .58 49 31 21 56 51 49 45 1.29 57 31 87 76 73 67 31 48 47 31 70 66 57 76 66 74 54 JOB 65 56 .05 64 54 .24 89 76 46 45 .17 42 38 65 60 .10 79 70 2£4 51 49 1.12 65 58 .02 50 45 43 39 87 70 53 51 1.16 84 63 53 48 .64 50 30 .07 56 50 60 40 57 5} ,81 54 49 .40 66 58 68 52 48 44 51 41 £9 85 72 54 52 32 43 37 .01 42 40 .65 By The Associated Press Today Hi Lo Otlk 47 37 m 60 44 cdy 45 31 crfy 62 57 cdy 64 51 cdy 68 49 cdy 5L 45 m 51 40 cdy 76 62 cdy 63 43 cdy 51 36 cdy 59 40 cdy 54 40 coy 47 39 m 59 52 TO 56 39 cdy 54 36 cdy 86 73 dr 70 62 m 53 42 cdy 73 62 m 78 65 cdy 69 53 m 66 54 cdy 63 47 cdy 89 75 cdy 52 36 crfy 45 30 crfy 66 50 cdy 78 70 m 62 50 m 71 56 cdy 58 46 cdy 48 34 cdy 87 69 cdy 65 47 cdy 76 58 cdy 54 41 crfy 46 37 m 67 47 cdy 63 33 cdy 72 50 cdy 54 42 cdy 64 58 cdy 73 52 df 56 40 cdy 54 39 cdy 88 72 dr 66 50 cdy 55 46 cdy 56 40 cdv Tomorrow Hi Lo Otlk 53 35 cdy 58 42 cdy 40 28 crfy 61 57 m 61 44 dr 61 38 crfy 56 35 dr 49 34 cdy 74 61 cdy 59 4! cdy 50 36 cdy 59 41 cdy 51 35 cdy 54 32 dr 64 54 ra 56 39 cdy 47 32 cdy 86 73 cdy 71 60 m 57 40 cdy 71 61 rri 79 66 cdy 70 49 crfy 69 54 cdy 63 44 crfy 88 76 crfy 50 38 crfy 42 31 crfy 64 52 cdy 80 67 crfy 60 46 dr 69 50 cdy 57 49 m" 42 38 m 87 68 cdy 62 43 dr 73 55 cdy 54 33 crfy 52 31 crfy 67 46 ct 65 31 dr 67 45 cdy 56 46 cdy 66 58 crfy 74 49 dr 54 47 rn 50 35 cdy 88 72 cdy 61 45 crfy 52 46 m 54 35 oh' Sunday, Oct. 27 AcCUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures N.Y. f Scranton j4rj°/54° \ » \ State College JAZ^"^ /\ • \ Philadelphia iSO°/62° I ' ~r NJ. / © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. /V Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Vis Associated Press National Temperature Extremes High Friday 90 at Ft Myers, Marathon and Kissimmee, Fla. Low Saturdays at West Yellowstone, Mont. Four-day forecast Sunday: Partly sunny; low 40, high 52. Monday: Partly sunny; low near 30, high in the upper 40s. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy; low in the upper 20s, high in the lower 40s. Wednesday: Chance of showers; low in the upper 20s, high near 40. Cutting Edge Techn Hometown Service Police log The Indiana Gazette Indiana Borough Door damaged Someone forced open a door to an apartment at 35 South Carpenter Avenue between 1 a.m. and 9 a.m. Friday. Borough police reported the door \vas splintered around the dead bolt and door jam Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call police at (724) 3492121. Green Township Garage vandalized Someone \vith a paintball gun used a garage owned by Sean Patrick Mack of Dixonville for target practice at 10:30 p.m. Thursday. State police reported the siding on the garage was hit several times by paint balls. Rayne Township Traps stolen Fort> r small-game traps were stolen sometime between Oct. 20 and Oct 23 from the home of Robert Krouse along Tanoma Road in the village of Home. Anyone \vith information regarding the incident is asked to call state police at the Indiana Station at (724) 357-1960. Lottery HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Friday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Dairy Number — 8-7-4. Big 4—2-9-2-2. Four players matched all five winning numbers drawn in Friday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game and will each receive $28,559. Lottery officials said 135 players matched four numbers and won $354 each; 4,725 players matched three numbers and won Sll each; and 54,542 players matched two numbers and won SI each. The winning numbers drawn Friday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 02-04-17-25-38. Tuesday's "Pennsylvania Super 6 Lotto" will be worth at least $22-5 million because no player matched the six winning numbers drawn in Friday's game. Lottery officials said nine players matched five numbers and won $4,734.50 each- A total of 726 players matched four numbers and won $55 each; and 19,287 players matched three numbers and won $2 each. The winning numbers drawn Friday in the "Super 6 Lotto" game were 26-31-37-48-59-66. Correction The U.S. senator who writes murder-mystery novels set in Washington, D.C., is Barbara Mikulski, D- Maryland. Her name was misspelled in Friday's Gazette. INDIANA -- - -t -p» Merabei 'IRSTDANK FDIC Hospital notes INDIANA Births, OcL 25, 2002 Melissa M. Tagala, Indiana, a girl; Curtis Ruddock and Cheryl Lou Livingston, Home, a boy; Jonathan L. Baird and Tanya Ann Felton, Black Lick, a girL Admissions, Oct. 25 Tanya Ann Felton, Black Lick; Cheryl Lou Livingston, Home; Lawrence Vernon Marshall, Dixonville. Kimberly Jean Morningstar, Blairsville; Lawrence M. Nibert, Indiana; June Lame Novak, Homer City; Marian K. Sholes, Indiana; Michael A. Sikora, Mahaffey; Patrick M. Yurky, Homer City. Discharges, Oct. 25 James E. Gauntner, Ebensburg; Barbara L. Havduk, Dixonville; Bren- da Cheryl Hubbert, Indiana; Clair Leslie Ruffner, Indiana; Robert Emerson Shirley, Shelocta; Kristina L. Weber and baby girl, Shelocta; Kevin Whited, Indiana; Sandra Jean Wolfe, Indiana. PUNXSUTAWNEY Admission, Oct. 25 Stanley Gricus, Rossiter. Discharges, Oct. 25, Ashley A. David and baby girl, Punxsutawney; Rachel Ann Marshall and baby boy, Rochester Mills; Lynn Peace, Big Run. LATROBE Discharges, Oct. 25 Gerald L. McGarvey, Blairsville; Ralph E. Neiman Jr., Blairsville. MINERS Admission, Oct. 25 Gilbert Whited, Northern Cambria. HOME DESTROYED - Volunteer firefighters from three departments hosed down the ruins of a mobile home that burned Friday morning along Black Walnut Lane east of Commodore. The Indiana Chapter of the American Red Cross assisted the residents — Valerie Fry, Ryan Woods and their 10-month-old son Adam — with their emergency needs. A state police fire marshal! is investigating the cause of the fire. (Gazette photo by Tom Peel) How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555 and use the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, Ext. 258 Sam Bechte!, Ext. 269 Carl Kologie, Ext. 268 Family Virginia Filler, Ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, Ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, Ext. 270 Advertising Display, Ext. 250 Classified, Ext. 233 Circulation Ext. 215 POKE AROUND PUNXSUTAWNEY ON SUNDAYS Accidents The Indiana Gazette Indiana Hit-run vehicle sought A dark-colored vehicle hit a parked car in the 600-block of Oak Street early Friday, borough police reported. Georgine and Molly Taylor of Dunlo are the owners of the parked car, according to police. Molly Taylor, an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student who resides on Oak Street, discovered the damage at 7:55 a_m. Neighbors told investigators of hearing a loud noise in me area at about 3 a.m. Police ask anyone with information regarding the hit-run incident to call (724) 349-2121. Vehicles collide No one was injured in a two-vehicle collision that occurred at 8:22 a.m. Friday in the intersection of 13th and Philadelphia streets. Police identified the drivers as Anne E. Kbndo and Nancy Saxman, both of Indiana. Mirror damaged Borough police are looking for a white car that knocked an outside mirror off a 1997 Saturn owned by Jennifer \VUliaLms of Indiana while it was parked in the 1200 block of Washington St. at 2:40 p.m. Thurs- day. Anyone with information regarding the hit-run incident is asked to call police at (724) 349-2121. PineTownship Route 422 accident State police at the Indiana station said no one was injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at 5:50 p.m. Friday on Route 422 in Strongstown. Police identified the drivers as Jody Adams of Mercer and Perry Croyle of Perm Run. Both drivers and a passenger in Croyle's vehicle were wearing seat belts, police reported. Two arraigned for credit-card fraud CLYMFJt — Two men wanted by the Pennsylvania State Police in connection with a credit-card scheme that bilked four people out of 512300 have been arrested and were arraigned Friday at District Justice George Thachik's office in Qymer.Shahriar Rahman and Rahman Shah Chisty, both 25 and both from Indiana, were released after the arraignment on an unsecured $10,000 bond, a spokeswoman from Thachik's office said. A preliminary hearing for Rahman and Chisty has been set for 930 a.mu Thursday. Last week, state police from Indi- ana reported they were looking for Rahman, Chisty and FJiteshamul Chowdhury, 24, of Indiana, for setting up the scam- Police reported all three men faced the following charges: four counts of forgery; five counts of access-de vice fraud; four counts of receiving stolen property, four counts of theft by deception and four counts of identity theft. Police have still not apprehended Chowdhury. According to documents filed at Thachik's office, the three had acquired post-office boxes at the Penn Run Post Office in the names of other people. The three suspects then applied for credit cards in the names of four former Indiana University of Pennsylvania students, police reported. Rahman, Chisty and Chowdhury are themselves ILTP students, according to police. The credit cards were sent to one of the postal boxes at the Penn Run Post Office and were retrieved by Rahman, Chisty or Chowdhury. 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