Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 27, 2002 · Page 2
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(Sazettc A-2 WEATHER Sunday, October 27,2002 National The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Sunday, Oct. 27. Lines separate high temperature zones for the day. 40s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY High Snow Ice Sunny Ft. Cloudy Cloudy Via Associated Press Chief Tommy Hawk Ready or not, winter comes this week, says Chief Tommy "I'm Dreaming of a White Halloween" Hawk. Snow may be dusting the trick-or-treaters Thursday night. Bundle up those goblins and Harry Potters. R a i n f a 1 I Amount for this month through 7 a.m. Saturday, provided by Two Lick filtration plant of Pennsylvania-American Water Co. Temperatures By The Associated Press Yesterday Today Hi Lo Pro Hi Lo Otlk Albany^f.Y. 45 39 .73 52 39 cdy Albuquerque 63 45 .01 63 43 cdy Anchorage 47 41 .10 40 32 cdy Atlanta 68 57 63 60 m AtlanticCity 66 54 1.99 63 52 dr Baltimore 67 51 1.12 61 49 cdy Boston 53 44 1.74 56 45 dr Buffalo 49 44 21 48 40 cdy Charleston^.C 71 62 72 62 cdy Charieston,W.Va. 59 57 .01 59 46 cdy Chicago 47 45 50 36 cdy Cincinnati 52 48 55 45 cdy Cleveland 50 48 .07 50 40 cdy Concord,N.H. 46 31 1.07 55 36 dr Dallas-FtWorth 62 51 64 54 m Dayton 50 45 53 43 cdy Denver 59 31 50 36 cdy Honolulu 86 76 73 86 dr Houston 58 67 .12 70 64 rn Indianapolis 52 47 54 42 cdy JadcsooMiss. 70 66 .27 69 62 m Jacksonville 77 66 79 66 cdy LasVegas 60 54 .08 70 53 cdy LosAngdes 66-56 70 56 cdy Louisville 63 54 62 45 cdy Miami Beach 89 76 88 75 cdy Milwaukee 50 45 .02 47 38 cdy Mpls-StPaul 42 38 42 29 cdy Nashville 67 60 .07 67 53 cdy New Orleans 74 70 2^1 79 70 m NewYorkCity 58 49 1.17 59 49 dr Norfolk,^. 68 58 .01 66 56 cdy OklahomaCity 54 45 56 45 m Omaha 51 39 45 36 rn Oriando 87 70 88 68 cdy Philaddphia 63 51 1.16 62 48 dr Phoenix 72 63 71 56 cdy Pittsburgh 51 48 .26 54 41 cdy Portland.MaJne 50 30 .52 55 39 dr Raleigh-Durham 70 50 .02 66 52 cdy Reno 63 40 65 35 cdy Richmond 72 51 .76 65 49 cdy StLouis 50 49 .03 56 42 cdy SanDiego 64 58 .03 66 58 cdy SanFrancisco 63 52 71 51 cdy Seattle 47 44 52 42 rn Syracuse 53 41 36 51 39 cdy Tampa-StPtrsbg 87 72 88 71 dr Washington.D.C 68 52 32 61 50 cdy Wichita 52 37 48 42 rn Wilkes-Barre 56 40 .65 55 40 cdy National temperature extremes for Saturday High 90 at Marathon, Fla. Low 5 at WestYellowstone, Mont Tomorrow HI Lo Otlk 49 34 cdy 60 40 cdy 37 25 cdy 66 58 m 58 44 cdy 55 41 cdy 53 35 cdy 45 36 cdy 72 62 rn 55 41 cdy 46 39 cdy 54 41 cdy 50 35 cdy 51 32 dr 67 56 rn 53 39 cdy 59 32 cdy 73 86 cdy 70 62 m 52 42 cdy 70 61 cdy 75 67 cdy 72 49 dr 75 54 cir 60 45 cdy 88 76 cdy 49 39 cdy 42 34 cdy 66 55 rn 80 72 m 57 46 cdy 59 51 cdy 59 50 rn 49 38 cdy 89 69 cdy 57 43 cdy 76. 55 cdy 51 37 cdy 52 35 dr 59 51 m 66 30 cdy 55 45 cdy 54 46 cdy 68 58 dr 72 52 cdy 55 47 cdy 48 35 cdy 87 71 cdy 56 46 cdy 54 45 cdy 50 35 cdy Pennsylvania Sunday, Oct. 27 AcCUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, high/low temperatures Pittsburgh !56°/34 t> - ! Philadelphia !62°/42 | Harrisbiirg |59°/38° \ \/ ' © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. AT VA ' Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Shov;ers T-slorms Rain Via Associated Press Four-day forecast Monday: Partly sunny; high in the upper 40s, low in the mid-30s. Tuesday: Scattered showers; high in the upper 40s, low in the mid-30s. Wednesday: Scattered showers during the day; scattered snow showers on the ridges after midnight, flurries elsewhere; high in the mid-40s, low in the upper 20s. Thursday: Scattered flurries; high near 40, low in the upper 20s. We Make Home Sunday news shows By The Associated Press Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Montgomery County, Md., state's attorney Douglas Gansler; Mike Erlandson, Minnesota Democratic party chairman; former Sen. Warren Rudman, R-N.H., and former Sen. Gary Hart, D-Colo.,ofthe Task Force on Ho me land Security. CBS's "Face the Nation" — Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D- S.D.; Rep. Thomas Davis, R-Va. NBC's "Meet the Press" — Montgomery County, Md., state's attorney Douglas Gansier; criminologist ScottThomsiey, Mansfield University; Reid Meloy, forensic psychiatrist, University of California, San Diego; former FBI hostage rescue team member Chris Whitcomb; Democratic strategist James Carville; former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga. CNN's "Late Edition" — Sen. George Alien, R-Va.; congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C; Sens. Barbara Mikulski, D- Md., Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Harry Reid, D-Nev.; Montgomery County, Md., Police Chief Charles Moose; Doug Duncan, county executive, Montgomery County, Md.; Dr. N.G. Berriil, director, New York Center for Neuropsychology & Forensic Behavioral Science; former Philadelphia police commissioner John Timoney; former New York police detective Joe Coffey. "Fox News Sunday" — Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn.; Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.; Erlandson; George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley; Virginia's attorney general, Jerry Kilgore. Cigarette blamed in fire CLYMER — A smoldering cigarette in a kitchen trash can caused the fire Saturday morning that extensively damaged Kodak's Lounge, located at 70 Franklin St. at 1:44 a.m., a state police fire marshal reported Saturday. The bar, owned by Stephen C. Hodak, 37, of Indiana sustained $40,000 in damages, said Trooper Jake Andolina. ; According to Fire Chief Mike Keith of the Clymer Volunteer Fire Department, the fire was concentrated in the kitchen area of the one-story business. The main area of the bar and lounge was heavily damaged, he said. Hodak was unavailable for comment. It was not known whether he has insurance on the building. THOSE OLD PHOTOS This photograph shows the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. freight station on May 29, 1 975, in Indiana. Some of the wood paneling along the tracks and side of the building is missing or in disrepair. This photograph comes from a collection kept by John Busovicki of Clymer. Accidents The Indiana Gazette Dayton Car off road A truck driven by Christopher Raidey of 321 Main St., Dayton, struck an embankment Friday at 11:55 p.m. along Route 839 in Cow- anshannock Township, Kittanning- based state police reported. He was not injured, police said. White Township Car, deer collide James Braunns Jr. of Johnstown was not injured when the vehicle he was driving struck a deer Saturday at 6:50 a.m. on Route 119, approximately one mile south of Route 286, according to state police. Robinson Two-vehicle crash No one was injured in a two-vehicle accident last week on Route 259 about two miles north of Robinson, state police reported this weekend. Police identified the drivers as Jessica Gratosky, 17, of Robinson and Anita Wertheimer, 48, of New Florence. The vehicles they were driving collided Thursday at 7:10 a.m., according to Indiana-based state police. Citizens' Ambulance and the Armagh and East Wheatfield Volunteer Fire Department assisted at the scene. How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555 and use the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, Ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, 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 Police log The Indiana Gazette White Township Sale money stolen An unknown woman stole approximately $200 from a tin box belonging to Christine Evans of 109 Claypoole St. while she was holding a garage sale Saturday, state police said. The theft occurred around 10 a.m., Indiana-based troopers said. Door damaged Someone scratched the front door of an apartment belonging to Clyde Miller of Indiana between 5:30 and 10:30 p.m. Friday, said state police in Indiana. NuMine Car scratched Somebody scratched a 1998 Pontiac Firebird belonging to Terri Plyler, 34, of Plumville while it was parked Friday in the parking lot of West Shamokin Junior-Senior High School in Cowanshannock Township, Armstrong County. The car was in the lot during a football game between 8 and 9:30 p.m., reported state police in Kittanning. The damage was substantial, according to police. They ask that anyone with information call the police station at (724) 543-2011. INDIANA J b - -i -p» Membi ^IRSTDANK FD1C WEEK OF OCTOBER 20-26 Sunday, October 20 Daily: 0-2-2 Big 4: 5-8-5-2 Cash 5: 20-22-30-33-34 Monday, October 21 Daily: 4-1-5 Big 4: 7-1-4-0 Cash 5: 11-22-24-35-37 Tuesday, Oct. 22 Daily: 6-0-9 Big 4: 0-6-8-7 Cash 5: 08-11-17-29-37 Super 6: 17-19-23-33-54-58 Wednesday, October 23 Daily: 7-6-0 Big 4: 0-6-8-7 Cash 5: 13-19-29-30-32 Powerball: 2-14-18-30-31, 36 Thursday, October 24 Daily: 6-3-1 Big 4: 4-5-5-7 Cash 5: 2-11-12-14-21 Friday, October 25 Daily: 8-7-4 Big 4: 2-9-2-2 Cash 5: 2-4-17-25-38 Super 6: 26-31 -37-48-59-66 Saturday, October 26 Daily: 0-5-8 Big 4: 3-2-6-1 Cash 5: 22-28-29-31-36 Powerball: 12-14-27-33-39, 41 Government in action Meetings of municipal governments, school boards and county governmental bodies scheduled this week are at the following times and locations: Monday Armstrong School District Board of Education — 7:30 p.m., conference room, Elderton Junior-Senior High School. Apollo-Ridge School District Board of Education — 7:30 p.m. conference room, administration building. Indiana Area School District Board of School Directors — 7:30 p.m., administrative offices, East Pike. Indiana County Airport Authority Board of Directors — 4 p.m., Jimmy Stewart Airport terminal building. Indiana County Transit Authority Board of Directors — 7:30 p.m., 1657 SaltsburgAve. Jefferson County Vocational-Technical School Board of Directors — 7 p.m., JeffTech School. Wednesday Indiana County Board of Commissioners — 10 a.m., commissioners hearing room, courthouse. Punxsutawney Area School District Board of Education — 7:30 p.m., administration offices, Punxsutawney Area Middle School HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The player who matched all five Cash 5 numbers Saturday will collect $115,441. Lottery officials said 122 players matched four and each won $395.50, 4,527 players matched three and won $11.50, and 51,614 players matched two and won $1. What do you think? 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