Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 17, 1990 · Page 26
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Page 24—Thursday, September 18, 2003 CLASSIFIED (gazette H1OBC •• Drop It Off... EmaH Houn: For buunesi and wifle-in ontomen: Mon.-Frt 8,00 un. - 5:00 pJiuSit SflO - Noon Anytime place your id online. a day 714-465-5555 Unost Jtayttta FAST!!! • out our special Looking TW u\al penecl joo? Check ThoClass.fete i<'i GiUttmTEED RESULTS! race A Pkaxe WOT You House A3 For A Ore Time Fee of $W fc* the Pac» t«w "Hare fa Sale' fi ff» &UK& Classifieds . Mj a in Ku Ml run ya* ad FREE yojf hO£«fiSdd Call For Details 724-349-4M9 NntRg Carter CamctMei Appearing Every Sunday In The Classified Section • out our special Claire's Clutter Section 001 kg* 004 Memorioms Turn clutter Clean up your act and get rid of all that unwanted stuff. Call now to place your "Articles for Sale" ad in the pages of the Indiana Gazette Classified Section. Reach thousands of potential buyers 7 days a week PI A CO ULAoo 724.349.4949 Mon.-Fri. 8:00-5:00, Sat. 8:00-noon 001 Legols 001 Legal; NOTICE NOTICE OF PROPOSED Notice is hereby given that the First Commonwealth Hank, 601 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, Indiana County, Pennsylvania 15701, has made application to the FD1C for consent to merge with Pittsburgh Savings Rank, d/b/a liankPitlsburgh, 225 lioss Street, Pittsburgh, Al- leghenj 1 County, Pennsylvania 15219. Notice is also hereby given that an application for the above mentioned transaction has been filed with the Secretary of Banking or the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pursuant to the provisions or Chapter IB of the Pennsylvania Banking Code of 1965, as amended. First Commonwealth Bank will survive the merger under its existing charter. 11 is contemplated that all or the offices or BankPiltsbursh initially will continue to conduct business under the name BankPiltsburgh, a division of First Commonwealth Bank, and subsequently under the name First Commonwealth Hank. Any person wishing to comment on the FDIC application may file his or her comments in writing with the Regional Director (DOS) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at its Regional Office, 20 Kxchange Place, New York 10005, not later than October IB, 200:!. The nonconfldcntial portions of the application are on file in the Regional Office and are available for public inspection during regular business hours, photocopies or the nonconfidenlial portion or the application (lie will be made available upon request. AH interested persons may file comments in favor of, or in protest to the application with the Pennsylvania Department of Hanking, in writing to the Department of Hanking, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, :i:i:t Market Street, IGth Floor, Ifarrisburg. Pennsylvania 17IOI-22!IO not later than ten flO) business days afler the date of publication of this no- lice. ..-• -i 9/18 WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS .. Get the Indiana Gazette delivered right to your door. Call today to start your subscription. Phone 724-465-5555. NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACQUISITION First Commonwealth Financial Corporation, 22 North Sixth Street, Indiana, Indiana County, Pennsylvania 15701, intends to apply to the Federal Reserve System for permission to acquire all of the issued and outstanding capital stock of Pittsburgh Financial Corp.. 1001 Village Run Road. Wexford, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 15090, by exchanging such stock -ror cash and stock of First Commonwealth Financial corporation. Pittsburgh Financial Corp. owns all of the issued and outstanding capital stock or Pittsburgh Savings Bank, d/b/a DankPittsburgh, 225 Ross Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 15219. The Federal Reserve System considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application, including the record of performance of hanks we own in helping to meet local credit needs. You arc invited to submit comments on this application, in writing, to the Federal Reserve Hank of Cleveland, P.O. Box 6387, Cleveland, Ohio 44101-1387. The comment period will not end before October 18, 2003, and may be somewhat longer. The Federal rtcserve Hoard's Policy Statement regarding notice' of applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or if you need more information about how to sub- mil your comments on the application, contact the Federal Reserve Hank of Cleveland at 1888-:«3-253fl. The Federal Reserve System will consider your comments and any re- quesl for a hearing on Ihc application if they are reserved by the Federal Reserve Hank of Cleveland on or before the last dale of the comment period. 9/18 Church-News'/.-Wedding Announcements and more... It's all in the Indiana Gazette To subscribe..Ph. 4655555 and ask for and ask for Circulation. The word! Every evening, Indiana Gazette readers rely on & appreciate carriers who deliver the newspaper to their home. ^ ""join Tiffany &Ryan Become Indiana Gazette carrier & watch the money start rolling in! Call 724465-5555, ext, 222or complete this coupon & mail it to us. r n J D YES! Call me with more details! D Adult I D Youth (Must be at least 11 years old) I ADORECS _ I I I I MaJlo:The InfaiaGazelteCiiculalionDepL I on DA» tn uttLUtiA/Ot ' J PO.BoKlO r B99Walefa Indiana, PA 15701 NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the PENNSYLVANIA CLEAN STREAMS LAW, the PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Rules and Regulations, the SURFACE MINING CONSERVATION and RECLAMATION ACT, and the BITUMINOUS MINE SUBSIDENCE AND LAND CONSERVATION ACT as amended, notice is hereby given that Keystone Coal Mining Corporation doing business at P.O. Box 219, Shelocta, PA 15774, has made application to the Pennsylvania Department oT Environmental Protection to add 10.8 acres to the surface permit for the installation of 3,860 feet or six inch (6") buried pipeline containing coal fine slurry from the existing Keystone Coal Mining Corporation Preparation Plant to three new projected boreholes, located as follows: No. 1 borehole is approximately 50 feet on the east side of Township Road 592 north approximately 1,075 feet from the intersection of State Route 210 and Township Road 592; No. 2 borehole is approximately 50 feet on the east side of Township. Road 592 north approximately 1,650 feet from the intersection of State Route 210 and Township Road 592; No. 3 borehole is approximately 250 feet on the east side of Township Road 592 north approximately 2,250 feet from the intersection of State Route 210 and Township Road 592 for injection into the abandoned Einile No. 1 and 2 Upper Freeport mines. The total surface acreage has been increased to 38.8 acres. The project will actually involve affecting 2.0 acres of surface area that will be returned to unmanaged grassland located in Plunicreek Township, Armstrong County. The proposed property boundaries are located as follows: The Emilc No. 2 portal site is in Plumcreck Township, A'rmstrong County, and is approximately 1000 feet east of the intersection or Township Road 592 and Slate Route 210, along the north side of Township Road 592. The added area begins at the intersection of SR-210 and T-592, thence south a distance of 450 reel on the western side or Township Road 592. Also, beginning at the intersection or SR-210 and T-592, thence north and northwesterly a distance or 2100' along the north and eastern sides or the road. The affected surface boundaries also include the access road to the proposed borehole site. The proposed area can be found on the Eldcrton, Pennsylvania U.S.G.S. 7-1/2 minute series topographic map. The proposed operation will inject water from the preparation plant into the abandoned Emilc No. 1 and 2 mines via the proposed Injection Boreholes No. 1, 2 and S. Variances have been requested as follows: 1. The application includes the following stream variance requests: a) Variance #1 - To conduct support activities consisting of installing a pipeline within 100 feet of unnamed tributary #1 to Crooked Creek, situated at a point beginning 1 mile upstream from unnamed tributaries confluence with - Crooked Creek, . thence up-. -. stream in a northerly direction a distance of 900 feet along the eastern side of unnamed tributary #1. b) Variance H2 - To conduct support activities consisting of installing a pipeline within 100 feet of unnamed tributary *2 to Crooked Creek, situated at a point beginning at the confluence of unnamed tributary »2 with unnamed tributary #1, thence upstream in an easterly direction a dis- ' lance or 300 feet along both sides or unnamed tributary #2. Both of these variances are situated near the intersection or S.R. 210 and Mulberger Road (T-S92). 2. The application includes n variance request for a road crossing of State Route 210. The variance is for road boring under S.R. 210 at the intersection of State Route 210 and Township lload 592. 3. The application includes a variance request -to operate within 100 reel of and for a Road crossing of Township Road 592. The variance is for an open cut ditch across Township lioad 592. Located 150 feet north of the intersection or State Route 210 and Township Road 592 and continuing for 1,400 Tcet north along Township Road 592. The proposed activities within 100 feet of Township Rond 592 includes the installation of n new coal fine slurry pipeline. A copy of the application is available for public inspection, and copying for a fee, by appointment at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, California District Office, 25 Technology Drive, California Technology Park, Coal Center, PA 15423. Written comments, objections, or a request for an informal conference may be submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection, District Mining Operations, 25 Technology Drive, California Technology Park, Coal Center, PA 15423, no later than thirty (30) days following the final publication dale of this notice. 9/18.9/25.10/1,10/8 002 Sunshine Notices The Indiana Area School District Board of School Directors will hold a special meeting for general purposes on Monday, September 22, 2003 at 7:30p.m. in the Administration Building, 501 East Pike, Indiana, PA 15701. Out with the old, in with the new... sell what you don't want, find what you do. Use the Classifieds. NEED EXTRA MONEY for vacations?...Clean out the closets, atttics and basements and set! your stuff in the classifieds.To place your ad call the Indiana Gazette Classified Department. Our phone number is 724-349-4949. Office hours are Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sat 8 a.m-rtooo. (ASTROORAPH o*g J In Loving Memory of • Emmy Lydick > on our 32nd Anniversary, September 1.8, 2003, We tell our lonely, aching hearts, God took her from us for the best; That only he, the great physician, Could ease her pain and give her rest. Alas, the hours without her are, Too empty to be measured; And we wish a thousand times each day, For the dear one that we treasured. Sadly Missed by Husband Hay and Son Rob. 006 Lost and Found FOUND Female Black Lab mix in Shelocta/ Parkwood area, (724) 726-0914. FOUND: Male black and white beagle mix in Home, male tri-color beagle in Blairsville. Call ICHS. 724-465-PETS LOST Small black lab /setter mix in Pioneer Lake, Cherrytree area. If seen or found please call 814-845-2363 or if no answer call 814-743-6708. 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 r -. $395 fee plus' filing ! fee, EZ" p'a£ ' ments. No travel, Purcell Law, Donegal. Phone (800) 635-2419. DIVORCE $195 Complete Uncontested, No-Fault Reisman & Davis, Pgh. No Travel. Free Info. 1-800-486-4070,24/7 008 Entertainment 45TH ANNUAL FALL COIN SHOW 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Sat., Sept. 20, 2003 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Sun., Sept. 21, 2003 BEST WESTERN UNIV. INN INDIANA Sponsored Ky Indiana Coin Club, Inc. Friday, Sept 19,2003 By Bernice Bede Osol Ways can be found to add to your holdings in the year ahead by using your ingenuity and resourcefulness. When you get a bright idea, don't hesitate and sit on it Put it into action immediately. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22)—If someone is trying to contact you, or an old friend keeps popping into your head, make an effort to get in touch with him or her or be available when the person calls. Something good is in the works. LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 23) — There isn't any doubt that obstacles can be overcome today and major goals achieved. All you have to do is give yourself a good pep talk to get yourself motivated enough to get going. SCORPIO (Oct. 24- Nov. 22) — Logical thinking plus knowledge acquired through past experiences will make you extremely well- equipped today to handle most complex issues. Your head is already supplied with all the answers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dee. 21) — Changes or shifting conditions tend to work to your benefit today, so don't be reluctant to hold back in lieu of familiar conditions, even if another engineered the alterations. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Those with a mature outlook will be the ones who'll provide you with the greatest companionship today. You'll find these types the most satisfying to spend your day with. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 19) — Although you may have to work a bit harder than DISC Jockey Available, $120 for 3 hours. Call (724) 349-6448. 009 Instructions SIXTEEN Day career training! Driver trainees wanted today! Class-A CDL and refresher training, nationwide job placement, $35,000-540,000 annually, benefits, & 401K, tuition reimbursement. 1-800-883-0171 012 Special Notices Buy Indiana County first.com Indiana County's Yellow Pages Alternative.www. buyindianacountyfirst. com 015 Houses For Sale Local News, Sports News Church News, Wedding Announcements & more. It's all in the Indiana Gazette. To start your subscription, phone us at 724.465-5555 and ask for Circulation Department. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THE CLASSIFIEDS. Are you looking for help with something around the house or for a service that you need? The Gazette Classified section is the place to find help. All kinds of skills and services are advertised in the Classifieds. BABYSITTERS, HOME REPAIR, PAINTINGS WALLPAPER, EXCAVATING, AND tOTS MORE Classifieds are also a tremendous help when you are offering your services. We have a classification for work wanted. rTS EASY TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD. PHONE 724-349-4949. Deadlines: All classified advertising must be received by 1:4S the day prior to publication. Sunday deadline is 2:15 Friday. Monday deadline is 10:30 am. on Saturday. usual today, this will be OK with you. Somehow you'll sense that the rewards received at this time will be also greater than usual. I PISCES (Feb. 20f March 20) — Your charisma is particu[ larly strong today ? causing others to auto^ matically gravitate tot ward you. Don't be surf prised if someone whcj never showed an in* terest in you previous} . ly starts hanging around. i ARIES (March 21f April 19) — Through your direct involve! ment today, you're the one who can do things that would enhance.; the well-being of your clan. Make domestic responsibilities one of your top priorities. TAURUS (April 2<P May 20) — Even if it is painful for you or fo& those to whom you are speaking, everyone^ will instinctively knovr that you're the onej who will tell them th^ truth. Friends and 1 family alike will re^ ! spectyour views today!' GEMINI (May 21- June 20) — There 1 won't be anybody bet-^ ter than you today who 0 will know how to put' together great dealsH You're sharp enough; to know not to ask for' more than you serve, nor accept-l than you're worth. ''• CANCER (June 21-' July 22) — Others will find you at your best? today the moment* your mettle is tested. 1 ' Challenges that would best most competitors- won't intimidate you.- In fact, you may even/ , welcome them. p. LEO (July 23-Aug 22) — Even if it out to be difficult you to keep promises today, you make a commifeo ment, others will kno\#v that they can count ono you to follow through, a r Copyright 2003, News^ paper Enterprise Assn. " ls 015 Houses For SaleiiM BLAIRSVILLE - 270 W. 1st Ave - Mobile with addition, 2 bdf ( >| ~ : bath, living, dining, laun-it > dry room. Lot 40x82.5?:| Move in conditionjg ' 329,900. (814)938-6272. \ A BLAIHSVILLE - Beautiful" 4 bdr, 2 1/2 bath, multH level. In ground swim- v ming pool, 200x200 lot,'-. S149,999. Barbara, How-'", ard Hanna Chestnut RicJO ge Realty, 724-459-0200. rfi BROOKWOOD Estates ^ 2 story, 4 bedrooms, 2?. 1/2 bath, large eat in., kitchen, family room with ] fireplace, 2 car garage on large corner lot? 3182,500. 724-349-5793. Valuable real estate 7.4 acres, 6783 422 West, Five minutes from Wai Mart, Indiana School District. 60x65 barn, highway frontage. Huge house currently commercial/residential, 4 apts. Two office spaces, Asking 8149,000. Phone (724) 463-8051. A Beautiful 1-1/2 story in Monticello, 2250 Sq. feet plus 650 sq. foot basement rec room. 3-4 bedrooms, eat in kitchen/ family room with gas log fireplace, living room, dining room, two 2- car garages, 0.6 acre lot. $188,500. (724) 349-3634. A Completely remodeled, 3 br., 1650 ft., 2 new baths, modem kitchen, new wiring, plumbing, hardwood floors, carpeting, siding, roof, windows, doors, 200 ft. deck, recond. gas furnace, full attic, basement, $34,900, 202 Jefferson St., Clymer. Sale Pending BEST Deal on the Market! Must see to appreciate beautiful 4 bdr brick multi-level family home! 2 1/2 bath w/ lots of extras! Located on quiet street in Blairsville. $130,000 For details 724-459-6621. BY Owner! 2 bdr, 1 bath, pool w/large deck, 2 garages, new windows 8r* wiring. 10 min North of Indiana. Phone (724) 463-8571 after 5. CAMPUS Location - nice 10 bedrooms, fully rented, student rental, . fantastic return on invest 1 -;! • ment. $116,000. Novoseji Realty & Auctioneering,.! 724-463-1530 ,-; CHAMPION Modular ?'99. 28x68. 3 bdrm, 2 : baths, step down Ivrm &"' kitchen, family room, din-' 1 ing room, large laundry^ room, central air.^ $69,000. Min from towrua Country setting. On rent'/ ground. Ph., 724-463-7879. ,o ' —— - - • 3 CLYMER - 240 Sherman^ Street. Three lots for sale,;. Call 814-887-6010, ^ www.lookathouse.com CLYMER - Three rooms, paneled and vinyl,, siding, full bath first floor..' Fenced in back yard. Qui:'q et neighborhood. Call I Norma White Realty!,' (412)349-1501 •'- COZY 3 Bdr, 2 bath, cor-;, ner lot Sunset Acres, Ig,; family room w'rtti firer'^ place, new carpet, wood,V floors in bdrs. Asking • $132,000. Call Norm^' White Realty, Marshi Delaney, 724-349-1501. JjjJ to

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