Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 29, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 (gazette Tuesday, October 29,2002 National fhe AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Wednesday, Oct. 30. Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. 50s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. 80s J FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY High T-storms Flurries Snow SO Ice Sunny PL Cloudy Cloudy Via Associated Press Temperatures Chief Tommy Hawk Chief Tommy "Brrrrr" Hawk is just recovering from the time change, and now cold and snow are about to invade his happy domain. The chief is winterizing his home for the onslaught. Look for some white stuff soon, but look with a smile on your face. Bye! R a i 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. By The Associated Press Yesterday AB>any,N.Y Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charleston.S.C. Charleston,W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord ,N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson,Miss. 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Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Via Associated Press National Temperature Extremes High Monday 92 at Sanford, Ha. Low Tuesday 9 at Cut Bank, Mont, and WUlisIon, N.D. Four-day forecast Wednesday: A 60-percent chance of rain; low 38, high 43. Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a 30-percent chance of snow showers at night; low in mid-30s, high in lower 40s. Friday: Continued cold with a chance of snow showers; low in the upper 20s, high in upper 30s. Saturday: Continued cold and mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers; low in the upper 20s, high in mid-30s. Custom Loans For Custom Homes TUP holds annual health fair Thursday IUP News Service The Indiana University of Pennsylvania food and nutrition department will host its annual Health Fair in the Hadley Union Building's Ohio Room, formerly the multipurpose room, Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission to the fair is free, and there will be door prizes, healthy snack samples, health and wellness information and massages. The fair is open to IUP and the general public. Businesses and organizations participating in the fair are the Alice Paul House, the American Heart Association, Aztec Travel, the Center for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, the Clarion Psychiatric Center, Community Health Challenge, Family Health Council, the Giant Eagle pharmacy, IUP Health Educators, Indiana Regional Highway Safety Project, JT's Fitness Center, K-T Distribution, Lupus Foundation of Pennsylvania, The Open Door, the Penn State Cooperative Extension, Safe Community Network, Social Security Administration, SL Andrew's Village, Student Dietetic Association, Tarnoff and Milliard optometrists and World-Wide Wellness. Visitors to the fair can have their cholesterol screened for $5 and also undergo a cancer screenings, bone- density screenings, screenings for risk of stroke, blood-pressure checkups and spinal exams. Several demonstrations will be presented, including The American Red Cross CPR demonstration, stress workshops from the Center for Health Promotion and Cardiac Disease Prevention and workout demonstrations from Slender Lady of Indiana. Fanella Chiropractic, L'Therapy and Wood and Spa Massages are all offering free massages. Police log The Indiana Gazette INDIANA .'IRSTDANK Hospital notes .Member KDIC Ernest Car stolen Richard Griffith told state police at Indiana that someone stole his 2002 Dodge Neon sedan Sunday, between. 10 and 10:30 p.m. while it was parked along Main Street in Ernest Police reported the car, which is black, has chrome wheels and Pennsylvania registration EVG-9065. Indiana Home burglarized Somebody entered the residence of Thomas Norris of 1194 Washington SL, Indiana, sometime Saturday or Sunday while Norris was not home. Police reported an unknown amount of cash was stolen. Dispute leads to arrest State police at Indiana arrested Nicholas Krisko, 55, of Indiana after a dispute involving lisa Molscan, 37, also of Indiana. The incident oc- curred Sunday between 3:30 and 4 a.m. at a residence along South Sixth Street. Police reported that Krisko was arraigned on charges of simple assault and harassment and was committed to the Indiana County Tail on $2,000 straight cash bond! - ' -•-•--•• •-•- Molscan was also charged with ha- rassmenL Pu nxsutawn ey Car vandalized Christopher Homer told Punxsutawney Borough Police that someone vandalized his car Thursday while it was parked in the lot at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania branch campus. Anyone with information regarding the vandalism is asked to call the police at (814) 938-6220. Bow, arrows stolen Someone stole a compound bow valued at $600 and four carbon arrows belonging to Rick Lamp of 111 Church St. sometime Sunday or Monday, according to Punxsutawney Borough police. Tools stolen Tools were taken Wednesday or Thursday from a truck owned by Craig Stewart of Irwin while it was parked in the lot of Groundhog Plaza, Punxsutawney police reported. E. Wheatf ield Township Chase ends in Vintondale State police at Indiana reported that officers chased a vehicle driven by Michael Bmnner of Pittsburgh for 19 miles on Routes 22 and 403 on Monday at about 10:20 a.m. Brunner's vehicle was stopped in Vintondale. He was arraigned on charges of fleeing police, agricultural vandalism, driving while intoxicated, driving with a suspended license and several summary traffic violations. He was lodged in the Indiana County Jail on $5,000 bond. INDIANA Births Oct. 28,2002 David and Rebecca ClaireTurner, Indiana, a boy; Raymond L. Bowser and Tonya Jo Fisher, Ernest, a boy; Melvin-A. Daniels Jr. and Melissa Kammerdiener, Shelocta, a girl; Douglas Gibbons and Barbara Ann Wilson, Indiana, a boy Admission Oct. 28 Mary D. McCreary, Indiana Discharges Oct 28 Juliano Donatelli, Indiana; Nathan Alexander Hill, Northern Cambria; Sandy Lee Milby, Shelocta; Elijah Michael Petrill, Clymer; Brigette L. Smith, Northern Cambria LATROBE Births Oct. 28, 2002 Rebecca Hanzes, Saltsburg, a girl; Samuel and Olivia G. Johnston, Saltsburg, a girl PUNXSUTAWNEY Admissions Oct. 28 Matthew Lee Henretta, Punxsutawney; Michele Lee Young, Oliveburg Discharges Oct. 28 Lorrie Beth Bazella, Punxsutawney; Samuel James Kelley, Punxsutawney; Wade Eugene Reitz, Valier MINERS Admissions Oct. 28 Ronald McMullen, Northern Cambria; Sophia Moskal, Northern Cambria; Barbara E. Wolfe, Northern Cambria ARMSTRONG Birth Oct. 28,2002 Richard and Gail L. Seevers, Indiana, a boy Lottery Three people sentenced in Indiana County Court HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Monday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number—4-5-1. Big 4 —5-0-4-1. Tuesday's "Pennsylvania Cash 5" jackpot will be worth at least $200,000 because no player matched the five winning numbers drawn in Monday's game. Lottery officials said 128 players matched four numbers and won $321.50 each; 4,426 players matched three numbers and won $10 each; and 47,797 players matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Monday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 03-13-22-26-37. How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555, using the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, ext. 269 Carl Kologie, exf. 268 Family Ginny Filler, ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, exf. 270 Advertising Display, ext. 250 Classified, ext. 233 Circulation Ext. 215 A White Township woman who pleaded guilty to three drug offenses was sentenced Monday in the Indiana County Court to serve up to three years in a state prison. Shirley Perry, 42, of Colonial Drive was ordered by Judge William Martin to rum herself in Friday at noon to begin serving 15 months to three years at the state correctional institution at Muncy for selling cocaine to an undercover state trooper. According to court records, a Greensburg-based drug agent and an unidentified informant met Perry at her home March 5,1999, paid her $120 and drove her to the Chevy Chase area, where she bought a plastic bag containing 1 gram of cocaine for the officer. Judge Gregory Olson ordered Perry to serve two terms of six to 12 months, concurrently with the sentence handed down by Martin, for two counts of possession of cocaine. State troopers found cocaine on a spoon and in a crack pipe in Perry's home Sept. 8, 2001, when Perry called police and accused a neighbor of stealing part of her marijuana plant. Police again found cocaine on some spoons and a smoking pipe when troopers responded to a report that Perry overdosed on recreational drugs in her home Nov. 1, 2001, according to court records. Olson issued sentences to two other people Monday: • Frances Falisec, 38, of Marion Center was ordered to serve 96 hours in the Indiana County Jail, followed by 32 days on house arrest and 18 months on probation and was fined $500 for driving under the influence. • Roy Harbert, 24, of N. Cherry Avenue, Indiana, was fined $500, ordered to pay $490 in restitution and placed on probation for two years for passing bad checks. Stocks Nine people admitted Accident to ARD program The Indiana County Probation Department admitted nine people to accelerated rehabilitative disposition Oct. 22. Under the ARD program, participants are required to serve 12 to 24 months of probation, pay fines and court costs and, sometimes, comply with other sanctions, such as random drug testing, mental-health evaluation and a highway-safety class. With the approval of the district attorney's office, someone who has a limited criminal record and who is charged with a nonviolent offense may be placed on ARD. Those admitted to ARD last Tuesday: • Michael Normand, 34 of Mcln- tyre, driving under the influence and a summary traffic violation. • Jon Shiner, 32, of Rural Valley, DUI and a traffic violation. • Philip Geanacopoulos, 21, of Williamsport, DUI. • Christopher Malek, 24, of Byron Court, Indiana, DUI. • Mark Janosko, 50, of Hamill Road, Indiana, DUI and two summary violations. • Garry Faber, 48, of Commodore, DUT and two summary traffic violations. • Joseph Byler Jr., 19, of North Ma- honingTownship, DUI and underage drinking. • Lane Shelstad, 20, of Marion Center, access device fraud and conspiracy. • Paul Zitzelman, 44, of Homer City, DUI and public drunkenness. The Indiana Gazette Buff ington Township Passenger injured A car driven by Kenneth Petak, 48, of Johnstown skidded at 11:25 a.m. Saturday on the wet pavement of Route 403 and struck the side of a truck driven by Ronald Miller, 63, of Johnstown, state police at Indiana reported. A passenger in Petak's car, Amy Petak, 18, of Dilitown, was injured in the collision, police said. The report called the injury minor and did not mention treatment. Correction Marie Winters, owner of Horses and Hounds, was misidentified with photographs Sunday. NEW YORK 10: Stocks AMR Corp AT&T Corp Airgas Alcan Alcoa AllgEnergy ArmstrongHld BellSouth Brunswick ChevronTex ConEdison DaimlrChry DanaCorp DowChem EstKodak EDS Corp Exelon ExxonMobil FMC Corps 30am. 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Don ' 1 Rub By Don Eagtehouse, R.PH. APOTHECARY To remove a foreign particle from your eye, first try blinking quickly, this may dislodge it. If not, look upward and gently pull the' lower lid down. Use a soft, clean, lint-free cloth and carefully blot between the eye and eyelid. Direct the particle away from the pupil. Try flushing the eye with water using an eyecup or small glass. Let the water run over the eye while keeping the eye open. If none of these work, the object may ne embedded. Seek immediate medical care. 401 North 4th St., Indiana (Beside The Dairy Queen) Phone 724-349-91 70 Toll Free 1 -888-463-971 Q

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