Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 18, 1990 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Friday, September 19,2003 National Pennsylvania The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Saturday, Sept. 20. ^ [ -10$ -Os Os 10s20s30s40sSOs60*70s8Os90s 100s 110s Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. © 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure: High Low Snow Kj V U 1 'v S 'v] T-yJ^ fc* Sunny PL Cloudy Cloudy Saturday, Sept. 20 ACGUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, tow/high temperatures n I Philadelphia [65°/82° W VA. ©2003 AccuWeather, Inc. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-s)orms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Via Associated Press Via Associated Press Temperatures Chief Tommy Hawk Now that hurricane frenzy is over and Isabel wimped out in the area, the chief says that the weather will be rather pleasant. So let the sun smile on you! life is so good. Enjoy! Precipitation Amount for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today provided by the TWo Lick nitration plant of Pennsylvania- American Water Co. Four-day forecast Saturday: Partly sunny and pleasant; low 52, high 68. Sunday: Mostly sunny; low in upper 40s, high in lower 70s. Monday: Partly cloudy with Albany, N.Y Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Allan tic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charleston, S.C Charlcston.W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord, N.H. Dallas-It Worth Dayton By The Associated Press Yesterday Today Hi Lo Prc HI Lo Otlk 76 59 .02 76 61 m 79 53 79 54 dr 51 29 50 27 cdy 81 62 83 65 cdy 71 71 .49 77 65 m 68 6R 2.20 70 6b 73 62 .01 85 65 68 61 2JS3 81 57 78 57 75 64 132 74 56 83 62 .35 74 60 76 62 69 66 70 GO 89 66 74 55 67 47 74 45 69 55 69 59 74 54 73 45 m m m dr cdy cdy cdy m m cdy cdy Tomorrow HI Lo Otik 78 52 cdy 83 54 cdy 45 28 dr 84 65 cdy 77 63 dr 79 58 81 57 71 50 88 65 74 51 69 51 73 49 68 49 8O 47 83 63 72 48 cdy cdy cdy dr cdy dr dr cdy cdy cdy dr Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis JadraonJVOss. Jacksonville LasVfcgas Los Angeles Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee MpbStPaul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk, Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando 58 36 89 78 84 71 81 55 87 60 88 61 84 64 83 60 81 62 88 75 76 55 73 47 84 59 88 76 72 68 75 m 76 51 58 40 90 73 .01 37 .54 .26 .26 73 46 89 75 85 67 72 45 88 61 90 66 92 67 85 61 77 51 89 79 68 48 62 43 82 54 90 70 77 66 mm 83 74 48 69 44 91 71 dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy m 67 dr dr cdy 75 42 90 73 89 69 73 49 85 65 90 65 95 69 86 62 77 53 88 78 68 52 69 52 77 53 88 72 82 65 dr 82 79 59 76 52 90 70 dr dr cdy dr cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy dr cdy dr cdy cdy 64 dr dr cdy cdy Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Maine Raleigh-Durham Reno Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-StPtrsbg Washington, D.C. Wichita WUkes-Barrc 70 67 1.14 103 77 69 62 1.11 71 53 66 64 1.57 76 46 74 66 423 85 55 74 64 86 58 66 56 .09 77 62 89 72 71 69 2^9 68 44 .01 69 61 35 80 65 m 104 76 dr 72 54 m 63 61 m 86 61 cdy 83 45 dr 82 62 dr 69 . 47 cdy 77 65 dr 80 57 dr 63 49 cdy 75 60 m 89 74 cdy 77 65 m 72 47 dr 72 57 m 81 62 105 76 71 49 77 52 86 61 86 45 83 61 75 55 77 66 78 57 69 50 72 50 90 74 80 57 79 55 72 53 National Temperature Extremes cdy dr dr .2 dr dr dr dr dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy chance of rain; low 52, high 72. Tuesday: Partly cloudy with chance of rain; low 52, high 68. Moon phases * "BW 9/26 iNew High Thursday 1 04 at Gila Bend and East Mesa, Ariz. Low today 22 at Big Pincy, Wyo. f)O ^^.y. -ff.'10/2 10/10 First Full J. U9L i. UU Saturday HI ^-S^ 10/18 T.a<jr 1 rTT*" Sunrise: 7:02 a.m. Sunset: 7:20 p.m. Quiet night for emergency team By RANDY WELLS and CHAUNCEY ROSS Gazette Staff Writers The threatened flooding and high winds of Hurricane Isabel blew off to the east of Indiana County overnight. The Indiana County emergency response team — specialists organized previously to immediately respond to situations like Isabel's arrival — this morning reported a relatively quiet night in the county. Indiana County Commissioner Bernie Smith said the team spent the night in the county's Emergency Management Agency center to monitor the storm, but the most threatening weather skirted the county. Smith said the county received less than one inch of rain and he described the overnight winds as moderate. The highest wind speed recorded overnight at the Indiana County Airport was a gust at 49 mph. REA Energy electric cooperative brought in electrical contractors and tree-trimming crews this morning to help restore service to an estimated 60 customers who remained without power following the tropical storm, an REA official reported. At the height of the storm, about 1,600 REA customers — including 700 in Indiana County and 900 in Cambria County — lost service, according to Chad Carrick, the business development manager at Indiana-based REA. Most of the customers had power restored by 5:30 this morning. Power lines fell in the village of Home and left about 120 households and businesses in the dark, according to Murphy Montler, the district manager for Penelec. The storm interrupted service to about 10 customers in the Commodore area. In scattered areas around the county, Montler said, maybe 20 others also lost power. "There are many service lines down affecting individual homes," Montler said. "We expect we'll be in good shape by the end of the day." > Volunteer firefighters in Indiana, Saltsburg and Rossiter re- ~ sponded last night and eariy today to downed utility.wire's,'•!" tree limbs and other debris'oh v a' J * handful of area roads. Meteorologist Lee Hendricks at the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh said forecasters yesterday expected Isabel to travel at about 25 mph as it passed over Pennsylvania. But from Thursday evening until 8 a.m. today it was moving over land at about 40 mph."The faster it moves, the better for us," Hendricks said. Periods of rain — accumulating perhaps only another half- inch of precipitation — should end by late afternoon, Hendricks said. A flood watch was to remain in effect for the region until noon. Members of the county's emer- gency response team who stood by at the EMA center were Smith; Harry McFarland of the Indiana County Chapter of the American Red Cross; Indiana County Deputy Sheriff- David••Rostis; -Randy Thonias of CiuzSns' Am- bujance Service; ham radio pper- > ator Rusty O'Donnel; and Paul" Beatty, David Drye, Tom Stutzman and other members of the county's EMA staff. Reacting to Gov. Ed Rendell's declaration of a statewide disaster emergency due to Hurricane Isabel, Indiana County's school districts canceled classes today and the Indiana County Courthouse is closed. Indiana Regional Medical Center cancelled all programs and classes today, and the hospital's satellite offices in Cherry Tree, Jacksonville, Northern Cambria, Plumville and Saltsburg are closed today. Patients who had appointments at the satellite offices should call those offices on Monday to reschedule. Woman found in Johnstown JOHNSTOWN — A woman who was reported missing from the Eastern Orthodox Foundation near Penn Run showed up Thursday morning at a Salvation Army center in Johnstown, according to state police in In- tfiana.; ' Officials at the Salvation Army took Sharon Long to Memorial Medical Center, where doctors admitted her for observation of pre-existing medical problems, Trooper David Calabro said. Long, 44, left the Eastern Orthodox Foundation about 11 a.m. Wednesday. Officials there, filed a missing-person report, 1 ' telling authorities, there. was.' • concern for Long's welfare rie- • cause she wasn't carrying.the: medicine she needs. ' Hospital notes INDIANA Births Sept. 18,2003 Melissa Sue Johns, Coral, a boy; Darryl and Rebecca A. Walker, Indiana, a girl Admissions Sept. 18 Richard V Bavera, Indiana; Jaime Alissan Bruner, Indiana; Marjean A. Cramer, Indiana; Beatrice Marcella DeHaven, Home; Austin Richard Johnson, Indiana; Dorothy M. Lightner, Dixonville; Margaret McCrystal, Clymer; William Steele Stan- combe, Indiana Discharges Benjamin Robert Blystone, Commodore; Garrett Lance Griffith, Home; Twila June Hopkins, Indiana; Janette Ruth Mosco, Blairsville; Shannon Shearer Griffith, Home LATROBE Admissions Sept. 18 [ Donald E Foster, New Florence ARMSTRONG Admissions Sept. 18 Lois J. Rummel, Smicksburg Utilities call in reinforcements Accidents Lottery By MARC LEVY Associated Press Writer HARRISBURG, Pa. — Utility companies were working to restore power to 700,000 Pennsylvania customers left without electricity by a downgraded Tropical Storm Isabel that raced through the state overnight. Even though the hurricane lost power after making landfall in North Carolina, power companies saw the effects of the high winds and downed trees. Some 325,000 Peco Energy customers in southeastern Pennsylvania lost power during the storm, with heavy outages re- ported in Delaware and Chester counties, spokeswoman Vonda Paiger said this morning. About 211,000 PPL Corp. customers were without power — 136,000 of them in the Harrisburg and Lancaster areas — as of 4:30 a.m., the company said. Met-Ed had about 20,000 customers without power, mostly in York and Berks counties, spokeswoman Marybeth Smialek said. To help repair downed power lines as quickly as possible, Ex- elon Corp. sent 300 utility bucket trucks to Pennsylvania, while its subsidiary, Philadelphia-based Peco, said it was receiving crews from as far away as Georgia and Michigan. In western Pennsylvania, Duquesne Light Co., which has 580,000 Pittsburgh-area customers, provided a Web site to show where crews were working on power outages. PPL Corp., with about 1.3 million electricity customers across eastern and central Pennsylvania, was most worried about floods and winds loosening trees from the soft, saturated soil. Spokesman George Lewis said PPL had about 1,000 workers ready to respond to problems, with utilities in New York and New England ready to send additional crews to help should the company summon them. Police log The Indiana Gazette Indiana Vehicles pillaged Sometime between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 4 p.m. Thursday, somebody stole the face plate from a JVC stereo in a car belonging to Alex Scoropanos of Indiana while the car was parked in a lot in the 500 block of Nixon Avenue, borough police reported. Someone stole several car- stereo components from a vehicle that was parked in the Robertshaw lot on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus sometime between 6 p.m. Sunday and 4:30 a.m. today, IUP Campus police reported. The vehicle owner's name was withheld. Alcohol-related arrests Indiana Borough police arrested Jason Helsel of Portage on the 800 block of Maple Avenue at 2:36 a.m. today and cited him for public drunkenness. Michael Conley of Carnegie was cited for public intoxication today at 1:12 a.m. on the 200 block of South Seventh Street, according to police. At the IUP campus, university police reported that Robert Dummjr., 19,ofWallaceHallwas cited at 11:32 p.m. Thursday for underage drinking. Armstrong Township Home burglarized Between Sept. 8 and 12, someone took several power tools from a home at 82 Parkwood Road, according to state police. Indiana-based troopers reported that the missing tools, which include a Dewalt 4Vi-inch grinder, a Craftsman timing light, an analog voltmeter and an abrasive chop-saw, all belong to Peter Yosurack of Indiana. BrushvalleyTwp. Gun missing Someone stole a .22-caliber Sturm Ruger revolver from a pickup truck that belongs to Stanley Rosporski, state police in Indiana reported. "The gun vanished between 7 a.m. Sept 12 and 10 a.m. Thursday while the truck was parked outside Rosporski's home along Route 422 near Yellow Creek State Park, according to Pennsylvania State Police. White Township Vehicle vandalized The rear-windshield wiper was stolen from a minivan belonging to Joseph Mele of Homer City while it was parked at the Indiana Mall on Sept 9, state police reported today. The Indiana Gazette Burrell Township Work-zone wreck Vehicles driven by Robert Ross and Nathan Coleman, both of Homer City, were involved in an accident Thursday at 12:11 p.m. in a construe don area just north of Black Lick on Route 119, state police reported today. According to troopers, Ross' vehicle hit the back of Coleman's vehicle after a flagman instructed both of tli em to stop. Ross suffered a minor injury, police reported. Cherryhill Township Accident hurts two A car driven Jessica Gremillion hit the back of another driven by Cynthia Misko at the intersection of Airport and Winterfield roads on Thursday at 4:25 p.m., according to state police in Indiana. Troopers reported that Gremillion, 21, and Misko, 43, both of Indiana, suffered minor injuries. No other medical information was given. HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Thursday night in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Dairy Number—9-1-0. Big 4—8-9-1-6. Here are the winning numbers selected Thursday in the midday Pennsylvania State Lottery drawing: Dairy Number—0-6-5. Big 4—9-5-9-2. Two players matched all five winning numbers drawn in Thursday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game and will each receive $124,895. Lottery officials said 239 players matched four numbers and won $255 each; 7,778 players matched three numbers and won $8.50 each; and 78,606 players matched two numbers and won $1 each. .' 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