Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 15, 1990 · Page 2
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WEATHER Page 2 Wednesday, September 17,2003 National Pennsylvania The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon.Thursday, Sept. 18. I -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: 'COLD WARM STATIONARY 6 High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Thursday, Sept. 18 AccuWeather com forecast for daytime conditions, tow/high temperatures Scranton 54°/72 State College |53V70 • \ Philadelphia 64°/74 W.VA. © 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. Sunny Ft Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Via Associated Press Via Associated Press Temperatures Chief Tom my Hawk Tighten the ropes to your tent poles tonight, says ChiefTommy "Bracing For The Worst" hawk, because Isabel will be causing heavy wind and rain the next two days. 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. Four-day forecast Thursday: Rain likely, windy; low 52, high 72. Friday: Rain, heavy at times; low 51, nigh 68. Saturday: Partly cloudy; low 50, Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charleston.S.C Charleston ,W.Va. Cincinnati Cleveland Concond,N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton By The Associated Press Vcstertlay Today Eli In PTC Hi la Otlk 74 48 77 51 dr 88 G2 88 56 clr 55 32 53 31 dr (11 64 82 59 cdy 80 53 78 53 80 59 .03 72 53 87 6-1 76 49 82 53 80 5G 76 55 75 48 .03 88 70 78 54 •IK 77 72 77 n? 77 83 81 80 80 91 80 K7 62 58 53 fi7 53 fi? .VS 55 48 70 55 dr dr dr dr cdy dr dr dr dr dr cdy dr Tomorrow Hi La Otlk 74 59 cdy 81 53 dr 47 27 dr 83 60 cdy 74 69 73 66 68 61 74 59 83 67 74 58 83 56 BO 57 75 60 73 55 86 59 80 57 m m clr cdy cdy cdy cdy clr cdy dr cdy dr Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, Miss. Jacksonville Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nasiiville New Orleans New York City Norfolk,Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando 86 90 88 80 83 86 99 77 81 90 82 85 81 86 79 77 84 87 90 61 77 67 58 52 73 74 61 57 76 .03 58 66 59 66 64 70 67 68 74 23 83 89 89 81 88 84 93 77 84 90 82 83 85 88 78 77 89 87 86 37 76 68 56 60 64 67 63 55 75 63 61 57 69 62 69 67 54 69 cdy dr cdy dr cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy cdy dr cdy 60 40 89 76 90 68 79 55 88 63 88 63 92 67 81 65 84 58 89 74 77 60 65 48 84 59 89 71 73 66 74 69 76 49 63 41 90 65 dr dr ^ cdy cdy cdy dr dr dr dr cdy m cdy cdy rn m cdy m dr Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh PortandJVIaine Ralei$i-Durham Reno Richmond San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa- StPtrsbg Vvashington,D.C. Wichita Wilkes-Barre 78 59 105 80 75 49 73 50 .61 79 53 79 49 79 56 73 64 68 55 57 49 .02 76 50 91 75 78 58 82 68 73 49 81 65 dr 102 77 dr 78 57 dr 75 51 dr 80 63 cdy 74 40 dr 78 62 cdy 72 66 cdy 75 56 dr 63 52 cdy 76 52 dr 88 72 cdy 78 64 dr 88 61 cdy 76 55 dr 73 67 102 76 73 58 68 55 74 66 82 42 70 64 83 51 72 66 77 56 64 52 74 61 88 71 74 70 68 44 71 62 rn dr cdy dr rn dr m csry cdy dr cdy cdy cdy rn cdy cdy National Temperature Extremes High Tuesday 110 Death Valley, Calif. Low today 25 at Butte, Moat. high 71. Sunday: Mostly clear; low 49, high 70. Moon phases • eoc* 9/26 10/2 10/10 10/18 New First Full Last Wednesday Sunrise: 7:00 a.m. Sunset 7:21 p.m. Hearing for arson continued The < preliminary hearing scheduled for today for the Bucks County man accused in an Aug. 31 arson fire in Indiana has been continued until Wednesday, Oct. 8. A spokeswoman in the office of District Justice Richard Orendorff said the hearing for Christopher Montagino, 24, of Chalfont was continued at the request of his defense attorney. Indiana Borough police charged Montagino with arson, aggravated and simple assault, reckless endangerment and other crimes in connection with the fire that destroyed the student rental property at 1261 Oakland Ave. Police log The Indiana Gazette Armstrong Township Four-wheeler taken Someone broke into a barn along South Ridge Road, Armstrong Township, and stole a Suzuki four-wheeler with an estimated value of $400, state police from Indiana reported. The vehicle, owned by Thomas Cronk of Shelocta, was taken sometime Monday night orTues- day morning. Indiana Alcohol-related arrest Indiana University of Pennsylvania student Michael P. Williams, 19, was charged with underage drinking and public drunkenness after campus police found him just before 2 a.m. today near the parking lot by Memorial Field House and Zink Hall. Burrell Township Wallet taken State police from Indiana reported that someone stole a wallet from a vehicle belonging to Arnold Gaudeu, Blairsville, while the vehicle was parked early Tuesday evening. near an apart- ' A HELPING HONDA - Deianey Honda of Indiana has donated a 2000 Honda Accord to Lenape Vocational-Technical School of Ford City for use as an instructional aid for students; in Lenape's automotive technology program. Jack Delaney, left, presented the car's keys this week to Jeff Linko of Lenape Tech. Standing at rear, from left, are Cliff Majercsifc, Steve Heberling, Barre Bell and Bill Hoffman. (Gazette photo by Tom Peel) Poll: File-sharers not criminals Sharing a litde music on the Internet doesn't rise to the level of a crime, 'so file-sharers' who' do" it aren't criminals. that's apparently the majority opinion among Indiana Gazette Online readers. In the Web site's most recent poll, they were asked, "Do you think that Internet users who swap copyrighted music online are criminals?'' The overwhelming response from 191 respondents was no. Eighty- five percent (162 respondents) couldn't see attaching the criminal label to those file-sharers. While the Record Industry Association of America- continues to wage a legal war.on music piracy in the courts, the United States continues to wage a deadly" war oh terrorism on many fronts. One of them is in Iraq. . The new Indiana Gazette Online poll question asked, "Do you think the war in Iraq has decreased the risk of terrorism in the United States?" Please vote at www.indi- anagazette.com and e-mail your comments to webmaster@indi- anagazette.net. Lottery Blairsville man faces federal charges PITTSBURGH — A 36-year-old Blairsville man was one of two people charged by federal prosecutors Tuesday for passing 108 counterfeit checks totaling $24,000 at various retail businesses in Allegheny County, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney's office in Pittsburgh. The criminal charges against Randy Petro of Blairsville and Michael Hanson, 45, of Jeannette were filed in federal court Aug. 28 but were unsealed Tuesday. The two men are charged with conspiracy and passing counterfeit securities of an organization involved in interstate commerce. The organization was not named in the attorney's release. According to the release from Buchanan's office, arrest warrants for Hanson and Petro have been issued. The charges were filed as part of a large effort by various federal agencies to crack down on identity theft. U.S. Attorney Mary Beth Buchanan and Robin Dalgleish, a U.S. postal inspector, announced details of the consumer-education campaign Tuesday. The aim of the national campaign is to prevent consumers from becoming victims of identity theft. Hanson and Petro are among a total of 10 people who have been charged with various, unrelated crimes of identity theft. All the defendants are connected to the theft of personal information to produce counterfeit credit cards or somehow to gain access to the victim's bank account. The other eight defendants are: James Paul Johnson Jr., 34, New Orleans; and Johnny Brian Odoms, 23, formerly of New Orleans; and Joseph Vinansky, 26; Dennis Baker, 56; Donna Dominick, 47; James M. Lyle, 19; Darrell Williams Sr., 44; and John Jones, 43, all of Pittsburgh. Accidents The Indiana Gazette Indiana Collision reported Vehicles driven by Michael Wrotny, 23, of Freedom and Jodie Swavely, 19, of Fleetwood collided at 2 p.m. Monday in the intersection of South llth and Washington streets, Indiana Borough police reported. No one was reported to be injured. rellTovvnshipi ( .*' : : Bur- Washington Twp. Driver injured DON'T FORGET TO VOTE IN THE GAZETTE'S ONLINE READERS POLL A pickup truck driven by David King Jr. of Avonmore traveled off Creekside Road on Friday at 6:30 p.m., hit several trees near Route 954 and rolled onto its roof, according to a report released Tuesday by state police in Indiana. Troopers reported that King, 17, was taken to Armstrong County Memorial Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries. Center Township Vehicles collide Vehicles operated by motorists from Homer City collided at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday near the intersection of state Route 119 and Luciusboro Road in Center Township, state police from Indiana reported. The motorists were identified by police as Ken Schirf and Charles Elery. Police reported Schirf was injured but did not say whether he sought medical care. Manor Township, Armstrong County Utility pole sheared A 22-year-old driver from Rural Valley RR1 lost control of the car he was driving at 12:20 a.m. Saturday, causing it to strike the guardrails and shear off part of a utility pole, state police from Kittanning reported. Police reported that Matt Franklin was injured but did not say whether he needed any medical attention. The accident happened along state Route 422, near Wray Plan Road. Cowanshannock Township, Armstrong County Car found State police at Kittanning are investigating an incident in which a white 1992 Chevy Caprice crashed into a tree along state Route 85 at its intersection with state Route 839. The car was found near the tree just before 11 p.m. Monday. HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Tuesday in the midday Pennsylvania State Lottery drawing: Dairy Number: 7-8-3 Big 4:0-0-4-8 Here are the winning numbers selected Tuesday night in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number: 9-4-1 Big 4:8-6-9-3 Four players matched all five winning numbers drawn in Tuesday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game and will each receive $186,046. Lottery officials said 484 players matched four numbers and won $264 each; 16,962 players matched three numbers and won $8 each; and 169,336 play- Hospital notes INDIANA Birth Sept. 16,2003 Adam L and Shannon Shearer Griffith, Home, a boy Admissions Sept. 16 Benjamin Robert Blystone, Commodore; Sonia Lee Clark, Clymer; Alice Delilah Clawson, Clarksburg; Bernard G. Francis, Indiana; Janice Kay McDannell, Perm Run Discharges Sept 16 Laura J. Abbey and baby girl, Creekside; John Robert Black, Indiana; Molly S. Graham and baby boy, Saltsburg Denise L. Hafer and baby boy, Blairsville; Mary Holodnik, Homer City; Gloria Jones, Homer City Jenette Raye Leasure, Penn Run; Regina E. Madey, Indiana; Erica Michelle Mason, Commodore; Margaret Taressa Serene, Indiana LATROBE Admission Sept. 16 Melissa N. Hancock, Homer City Discharges Sept 16 Shirley B. Galata, Blairsville RD 4; Curtis D. McKoight, Saltsburg ers matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Tuesday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 06-O7-10-13- 17. Friday's "Pennsylvania Super 6 Lotto" will be worth at least $53.9 million because no player matched the six winning numbers drawn in Tuesday's game. Lottery officials said 15 players matched five numbers and won $3,758.50 each; .1,097 players matched four numbers and won $48 each; and 28,154 players matched three numbers and won $2 each. The winning numbers drawn Tuesday in the "Super 6 Lotto" game were 03-17-24-25-35-39. 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