Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1990 · Page 2
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(Haxette Page 2 WEATHER Saturday, September 20,2003 National Pennsylvania The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon, Sunday, Sept. 21. -10s -Os Os 10s20s30s40s50860s70s80a90s 100s 1108 Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. ® 2003 AccuWeather, Inc. FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure: High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Sunday, Sept. 21 AccuWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures State College 52772 Pittsburgh |50°/76° J !, i Philadelphia 62°/BO° i Harrisburg 58V76 0 . W.VA. ©2003 AccuWeather, Inc./ Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Runtes Snow Via Associated Press Via Associated Press Temperatures By The Associated Press Yesterday Albany, N.Y Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Buffalo Charleston, S.C Oiaikston,W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Concord, N.H, DaDas-Ft Worth Dayton Hi Lo 83 64 79 58 51 35 84 67 79 60 77 59 73 68 71 54 87 63 75 60 67 41 72 43 76 5O 70 69 76 58 75 44 Prc .29 .01 .20 .07 .05 .41 .37 Hi 78 83 50 87 81 82 81 68 87 77 71 72 67 78 82 70 Today Lo 51 54 33 65 59 63 58 48 68 53 49 49 47 51 67 48 Otlk cdy dr m cdy dr cdy dr cdy dr cdy dr dr cdy cdy cdy dr Tomorrow Hi Lo 76 53 86 55 48 28 85 66 79 63 79 65 73 58 72 55 85 69 78 56 76 58 79 61 72 55 75 45 84 67 78 60 Otlk dr dr cdy cdy dr cdy dr cdy cdy cdy cdy dr cdy cdy cdy dr Denver Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, Miss. Jacksonville Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Miami Beach Milwaukee MpIs-SJRaul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk, Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando 71 47 90 75 88 72 69 45 89 67 87 67 91 68 79 61 71 48 89 79 64 43 60 44 83 59 91 74 83 71 87 m 70 46 68 46 91 76 78 90 87 73 88 08 95 80 75 88 67 72 81 90 S3 84 79 76 90 42 73 70 49 67 70 69 61 53 79 51 52 58 74 64 66 61 50 74 cdy clr cdy dr cdy cdy dr clr dr cdy dr cdy dr cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy 72 39 89 73 85 68 78 58 85 65 86 71 96 69 85 61 81 62 88 78 68 54 68 51 83 63 85 72 78 63 82 66 80 62 75 48 87 73 dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy dr dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy m dr cdy cdy cdy cdy Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Maine Raleigh-Durham Reno Richmond St Louis San Diego San Francisco Seattle Syracuse Tampa-St Ptrsbg Washington, D.C. Widiita Wilkes-Barre 82 64 103 75 72 51 .13 67 64 .66 85 58 86 49 83 60 68 49 76 63 81 56 62 50 .08 84 62 .06 91 74 58 79 64 .02 67 45 76 60 .09 83 61 cdy 105 76 dr 72 49 cdy 77 53 cdy 87 61 dr 87 46 dr 85 62 dr 74 53 dr 77 65 dr 79 57 dr 69 49 dr 72 49 cdy 91 75 cdy 83 62 cdy 75 56 cdy 75 54 cdy 82 105 76 73 85 88 82 76 79 85 73 71 91 79 77 75 62 77 55 50 61 47 63 57 65 60 51 50 75 67 55 55 National Temperature Extremes cdy dr dr cdy dr dr cdy cdy dr dr dr dr cdy cdy cdy cdy High Friday 106 at Death Valley, Calif. Low today 23 at Stanley, Idaho. Chief Tommy Hawk The chief, who is always cool, predicts that the temperatures will be getting cool also, but, he reminds us, not as cool as he is. The chief says that life continues to be great 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 Sunday: Mostly sunny; low 45, high 75 Monday: Partly sunny with chance of rain; low 52, high 72. Tuesday: Scattered showers; low near 50, high in upper 60s. Wednesday: Partly cloudy; low in upper 40s, high near 70. Moon phases 9/26 New 10/2 First 10/10 10/18 Full Last Sunday Sunrise: 7:04 a.m. Sunset: 7:22 p.m. Accidents The Indiana Gazette Indiana Collision investigated Vehicles driven by Unda Yurko and Thomas Garvin, both of Homer City, collided' at 3s25 p.m. Friday in the intersection of North Ninth and Oak streets, Indiana Borough police reported. After the impact, Garviris vehicle left the road and hit two parked cars belonging to Vincent Defelice of Indiana and Allen Jones of Chambersburg, a no- parking sign and a tree, according to the report. Officers cited Yurko for a summary traffic violation. No one was reported to be injured. Shelocta Accident reported A minivan driven by Mark Shiverts of Greensburg was hit by a truck-tractor driven by Stephen Wranien of Kittanning just after noon on Friday as both vehicles were traveling east on Route 422, according to state police. Indiana-based troopers reported that no one was injured. _5>,v '•'"-' East Mahoning Twp. Truck fire doused A fallen guy wire became entangled in the undercarriage of Harold Stewart's pickup truck and sent it out of control at 6 p.m. Thursday while Stewart was driving on Deckers Point Road, state police in Indiana reported today.Stewart's truck skidded to a stop and burst into flames, according to troopers. Police said a passenger, 40- year-old Jerry Barto of Glen Campbell, received a minor injury. Stewart escaped injury, according to the report. The Marion Center fire depart- ment extinguished the fire. South Mahoning Twp. Driver hurt Tom Flickinger, 44, of Sag-: amore suffered a minor-injury^at '• 11 a.m. Friday when his pickup truck hit an embankment and rolled onto its roof along Route 85 near Route 210, state police in Indiana reported.Police made no mention of medical treatment for Flick- inger"s injury. Blacklick Township Accident reported A minivan driven by Ronald Mahan of South Carolina and a car driven by Joy Rogel of Northern Cambria collided at 5:30 p.m. Friday on Route 422 in Cambria County, according to state police at Ebensburg. No one was reported to be injured. A car driven by Thomas Garvin of Homer City hit two parked cars, a sign and a tree Friday following a collision at North Ninth and Oak streets. (Gazette photo by Michael Henninger) Police log The Indiana Gazette Indiana Men charged Joshua Jenca of Pittsburgh and Yuri Demetris of Gibsonia threw garbage at the doormen at the Coney Island tavern along Philadelphia Street about 1 a.m. today after being ejected from the bar, Indiana Borough police reported. Officers cited Jenca and Demetris for disorderly conduct Underage party raid Responding to a complaint of a loud party in an apartment at 701 Philadelphia St. at 11:24 p.m. Friday, borough police and liquor-control-enforcement agents from the state police seized two 16-gallon kegs of beer and cited 17 people for underage drinking, officers reported this morning. Borough police cited Stephanie OToole of 701 Philadelphia St. for violation of the noise ordinance. Officers also lodged charges against Emily Drnach of 701 Philadelphia St. for furnishing alcohol to minors and filing false reports. Youth cited Borough police arrested a 17- year-old boy at 3:40 this morning when a resident of the 600 block of Water Street reported that the youth damaged a lawn chair and a tree near his home. The unidentified resident declined to press charges for criminal mischief, according to die report. However, officers cited the teenager for underage drinking and released him into the custody of his parents. Woman arrested Melanie Mambo of Indiana nearly stepped into the path of a borough police car in the 700 block of Water Street at about 2:30 this morning, according to a police report. Police cited Mambo for public drunkenness and released her to the custody of a sober adult. White Township Vandalism reported Someone damaged the driver's-side door of a station wagon belonging to Joseph Piraino of Indiana at about 2 p.m. Friday while it was parked at SouthTowne Plaza along Oakland Avenue, state police in Indiana reported. Officers gave no description or estimate of the damage. Wayne Township, Armstrong County Costly prank Somebody poured a tar-like substance into the fuel tank of a diesel pickup truck belonging to Geary Blose of Dayton RD 1, causing more than $1,260 in damage to the fuel-delivery system, state police reported. The incident occurred between Aug. 16 and 24 while the truck was parked at the Dayton Fair grounds, according to troopers at Kittanning. PENNDOT lists construction schedule The following is a list of maintenance and construction activities scheduled for next week in Maintenance District 10-4, Indiana County. Motorists are advised to drive with caution through work areas. Some delays may be encountered. Maintenance Work • Bridge maintenance — SR 3013, Blacklick Road; SR 3024, Warren Road; SR 4008, Cham- bersviile Road. • Mowing — SR 240, Islands; SR 422, Indiana Bypass; SR 8002, SR 22/217 Eastbound ramps on Sept 22 and 23. • Sign repair and replacement — SR 2016, Oneida Mine Road; SR 3003, Tunnelton Road. • Shoulder restabilization — SR 3022, Parkwood Road. • Side dozing — SR 286, Clarksburg area to SR 217. • Paving — SR 954, Approach to new bridge Fulton Run Road/Creekside Road. • Crack sealing — SR 110, Creekside to Old Route 119; SR 217, Grange Road to Blacklick Road. • Pipe replacement — SR 422, Strongstown area; SR 1012, Spaulding Road; SR 3006, Williams Road. • U-Drain installation — SR 2011, Mulligan Hill Road; SR 2020, Camerons Road. • Storm damage — Various State Routes throughout county, specific routes are to be determined when a complete assessment of storm damage has been made. If a severe roadway situation is encountered, call (800) FIX- ROAD. Contract Work • Bridge replacement, paving, shoulders — SR 422, PHASE II, Trim Tree Nursery to Shelocta area, I.A. Construction. • Joint sealing, shoulder backup, sign placement, grading — SR 22/119, Blairsville interchange, detours in effect, Dick Hospital notes Porter Township, Jefferson County Vandalism probe Rodger Blose Jr. of Smicksburg reported to state police on Wednesday that someone sliced the tires on a corn planter, bent the lids on some fertilizer boxes and broke the lids on some corn bins sometime since late June. Blose's belongings were damaged while he kept them at the Bonatch property along Drummond Road, according to troopers at Punxsutawney. Investigators gave no estimate of the damage- Conemaugh Twp. Man cited Douglas Hays hit Marie Taulbee of Saltsburg on her face and chest at 5:30 p.m. Friday while they argued in a residence along Clark Street near Saltsburg, according to state police. Troopers charged Hays, 43, of Saltsburg with harassment. INDIANA Birth Sept 19,2003 Douglas and Marjean A. Cramer, Indiana, girl. Admission Sept. 19 Frank Lewis Fabin, Lucernem- ines. Discharges Sept. 19 Robert J. Baumler, Creekside; Richard V. Bavera, Indiana; Italo Anthony DiBiase, Blairsville; James Frank, Indiana; Austin Richard Johnson, Indiana; Vivian lone Kirkland, Clyrner; Annette Marie Krumenbacker, Carrolltown; April L. Miller and baby, Lucememines; Pearl Ann Pyer, Homer City; Diane Lee Semsick, Indiana. LATROBE Admission Sept. 19 Wilma E. Clawson, Blairsville; Donald R Foster, New Florence. Discharge Sept. 19 Melissa N. Hancock and baby, Homer City. Lottery Corporation. • Excavation, erosion control, embankment, drainage, fine grading, sub-base, paving — SR 22, from SR 403 to Cambria County line, detours in effect, Dick Corporation. • Drainage, bridge replacement, excavation, concrete placement preparation, fine grading, excavation, utility relocation — SR 119 South, Homer City Borough and Center and Burrell townships, long delays possible, Golden Triangle. • Shoulder back-up — SR 580, Kenwood to Pine Flats; SR 1012, Clyrner to Penn Run; SR 4001, Shelocta area, H.R.I., Inc. HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Friday night in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Dairy Number—9-6-2. Big4 —6-4-9-1. Here are the winning numbers selected midday Friday in the Pennsylvania State Lottery: Daily Number — 3-1-3. Big 4 —4-9-8-5. Saturdays "Pennsylvania Cash 5" jackpot will be worth at least $200,000 because no player matched the five winning numbers drawn in Friday's game. Lottery officials said 147 players matched four numbers and won $321.50 each; 4,845 players matched three numbers and won $10.50 each; and 52,997 players matched two numbers and won $1 each. The winning numbers drawn Friday in the "Pennsylvania Cash 5" game were 05-17-28-3338. Tuesday's "Pennsylvania Super 6 Lotto" will be worth at least $54.9 million because no player matched the six winning numbers drawn in Friday's game. Lottery officials said 18 players matched five numbers and won $3,213.50 each; 1,098 players matched four numbers and won $49 each; and 28,470 players matched three numbers and won $2 each. The winning numbers drawn Friday in the "Super 6 Lotto" game were 04-10-18-21 - 56-60. How to contact us Dial (724) 465-5555, using the following extensions. News tips Lynn Scott, ext. 258 Sam Bechtel, ext. 269 Mike Petersen, ext. 271 Family Ginny Filler, ext. 312 Sports Tony Coccagna, ext. 266 Business Jason Levan, ext. 270 Advertising Display, ext. 250 Classified, ext. 233 V

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