Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 30, 2002 · Page 2
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Page 2 WEATHER Wednesday, October 30,2002 National The AccuWeather.com forecast for noon .Thursday, Oct. 31. Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. 50S 60s © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD 80s •a FRONTS: WARM STATIONARY High Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Via Associated Press Chief Tommy Hawk OK, OK, OK, the snow is on its way and there's nothing we can do to stop it, says Chief Tommy "Go With The Row" Hawk so we might as well sit back and enjoy whatever Mother Nature sends our way. 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. Temperatures By The Associated Press Yesterday Today Tomorrow Hi Lo Prc Hi la Otlk HI Lo Otik Albany,N.Y. 41 31 43 25 cdy 43 30 cdy Albuquerque 6035 60 38 cdy 6344cdy Anchorage 42 40 .03 48 36 cdy 45 36 cdy Atlanta 76 63 .04 72 45 cdy 60 40 clr AtlanticCity 50 39 1.11 44 42 m 52 42 cdy Baltimore 44 37 .78 42 39 m 48 33 cdy Boston 46 35 44 35 cdy 44 35 cdy Buftalo 41 35 40 20 cdy 41 31 cdy Charleston.S.C. 84 70 .09 80 52 m 70 45 dr Cnarieston.WAk. 56 42 1.02 54 38 cdy 46 33 cdy Chicago 4442 4838cdy 48 27 cdy Cincinnati 42 37 .65 43 33 cdy 47 34 cdy Cleveland 42 37 .03 43 30 sno 42 33 cdy Concord,N.H. 44 26 47 21 cdy 46 25 cdy Dallas-Ft Worth 68 51 59 44 cdy 53 38 cdy Dayton 40 36 .41 42 33 cdy 45 33 cdy Denver 31 13 .07 26 14 cdy 33 18 cdy Honolulu 86 76 86 73 clr 86 73 dr - Houston 78'60 80 57 clr 74 55 cdy Indianapolis 42 39 .50 45 35 cdy 46 33 cdy JacksonWiss. 75 56 22. 70 46 cdy 65 42 cdy Jacksonville 86 73 .14 82 55 rn 73 50 cdy LasVegas 72 51 73 50 dr 74 51 dr LosAngetes 6758 6754dr 6954dr Louisville 49 41 25 46 36 cdy 49 35 cdy Miami Beach 88 77 89 74 cdy 86 72 cdy Milwaukee 44 40 46 32 cdy 42 22 cdy Mpls-StPaul 45 38 39 22 cdy 36 20 cdy Nashville 73 48 .29 57 40 cdy 54 38 cdy New Or! cans 77 66 1.09 78 60 cdy 74 58 dr NewYorkCity 46 39 .02 44 38 m 50 42 cdy Norfolk,Va. 59 54 .71 58 43 rn 55 44 cdy Oklahoma City 52 49 .11 50 41 cdy 49 40 cdy Omaha 45 39 .05 41 27 sno 37 21 cdy Orlando 88 72 86 68 cdy 81 65 cdy Philadelphia 47 37 .76 43 39 m 51 37 cdy Phoenix 80 60 81 57 dr 81 59 dr Pittsburgh 39 34 .43 39 30 m 43 30 cdy Portland.Maine 46 30 45 25 cdy 47 29 cdy Raleigh-Durham 49 43 .72 56 43 cdy 56 38 dr Reno 62 30 57 25 dr 53 24 cdy Richmond 48 43 .86 50 42 m 51 36 cdy St Louis 48 42 .08 46 37 cdy 47 38 cdy San Diego 64 60 68 58 cdy 69 57 cdy SanFrancisco 68 54 67 48 dr 67 49 dr Seattle 53 36 .05 51 30 dr 51 31 dr Syracuse 44 35 42 24 cdy 44 30 cdy Tampa-St Ptrsbg 87 78 86 69 cdy 80 61 cdy Washington.D.C 45 39 .82 43 40 m 48 37 cdy Wichita 50 44 .03 46 33 cdy 45 34 cdy Wilkes-Barre 41 32 .06 39 27 sno 47 29 cdy National Temperature Extremes High Tuesday 91 atSanford, Fla. Low Wednesday 7belowzeroatWilliston,N.D. Pennsylvania Thursday, Oct. 31 ACGUWeather.com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures I Philadelphia !38°/50° .VA. ^^=2^=' ^J © 2002 AccuWeather, Inc. /V VA - Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-stoims Rain Flurries Snow Ice Via Associated Press Four-day forecast Thursday: Mostly cloudy; low 28, high 42. Friday: Snow showers likely; low 27, high 35. Saturday: Scattered snow showers; low 25, high 33. Sunday: Chance of rain and snow showers; low 23, high 40. Build, Buy or Refi Talk To Us Accidents The Indiana Gazette Derry Township Wreck injures two A three-vehicle accident at 8:14 a.m. TAiesday forced a two-hour closure of Route 217 in Brenizer while volunteer firefighters rescued a motorist and medical helicopters arrived to pick up two injured people, emergency officials reported. According to state police, Cecil Dilts Jr. of Indiana swerved his truck to avoid a vehicle that stopped in front him to turn at Victory Street and hit a car driven by William Trimble of Blairsville. Dilts' truck then hit the stopped vehicle, which was driven by Steven KozarofLigonier. A fire started in the engine compartment of Trimble's car but was controlled by bystanders before volunteer firefighters arrived, according to a news release from the Blairsville Fire department. Firefighters freed Trimble, who was trapped his car. Trimble was listed in serious condition this morning and Dilts was in fair condition at Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown, a spokeswoman said. Kozar was unhurt, according to police. N. Mahoning Township Three injured State police attributed a head-on collision that injured three people Tuesday afternoon to slippery conditions on Route 119 in Covode. A sport utility vehicle driven by Peter Murphy of Riverdale, Md., crossed the centerline on a curve at 3:30 p.m. and hit a car driven by Adrienne Stiteler of North Point. Paramedics transported the drivers and a passenger in Murphy's vehicle, Mary Ann Weaver of Rochester Mills, to the Punxsutawney Area Hospital for treatment. Stiteler, 24, was transferred to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh and was in fair condition there this morning, a spokesman said. Murphy, 20, and Weaver, 16, were treated and released, a Punxsutawney hospital nursing supervisor said. Indiana Collision hurts one Vehicles driven by Andrew Renosky of Beyer and Rebecca Buterbaugh of Indiana collided at 5:3B p.m. Tuesday in the intersection of N. Fourth and Chestnut streets., Indiana Borough police reported. Buterbaugh was taken to Indiana Regional Medical Center for treatment of an injury, according to police. Officers cited Renosky for running a red light Pedestrian hurt Michael Gross, an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student living at 1160 Oakland Ave., walked into the path of a car driven by Robert Salley of Clymer on the 900-block of Garman Avenue at 12:10 p.m. Tuesday, borough police reported. The rear tire of the car ran over Gross' foot. Police summoned paramedics, but Gross refused medical treatment, according to officers. Police said no charges would be filed against Salley or Gross. Cherryhill Township Accident injures woman At 6 p.m. Tuesday, a car driven by Charles Lansberry of Patton hit the rear of another vehicle operated by Penny Petry of Perm Run on Route 553-near Route 403, state police in Indiana reported. A passenger in Petry's vehicle, 77- year-old Betty Jamison of Perm Run, was taken to Indiana Regional Medical Center for treatment of an injury, according to troopers in Indiana. Punxsutawney Driver reported hurt A car driven byTonayha McFadden of Lancaster traveled over an embankment along Route 436 and hit a tree in Young Township, west of Punxsutawney, at 3:57 p.m. Tuesday, state police reported. McFadden, 19, suffered an injury, according to troopers at Punxsutawney. There was no mention of medical treatment. Police log The Indiana Gazette PineTownship Burglary charges filed Stephen Klingensmith of Heilwood stole a generator worth $1,200 from his neighbors' unlocked house two months ago, according to charges filed by state police in Indiana. Klingensmith, 30, surrendered at District Justice George Thachik's court in Clymer to face charges of burglary, theft and receiving stolen property. Thachik released Klingensmith without requiring him to post bond and scheduled a preliminary hearing for Nov. 7. Troopers reported thatWilliam and Stephanie Morrone of 46 Pine St. discovered the generator missing at 3 p.m. Aug. 31. White Township Vehicle vandalized Someone slashed a tire on a vehicle owned by Stephen Boring of New Florence while it was parked at the North Fourth Street Plaza between 9:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to state police in Indiana. Rayne Township Pump-and-run driver sought A motorist pumped $13.01 worth of gasoline into a small black-colored car at 3 p.m. Tuesday and fled from the Hills of Home Market along Route 119 without paying for the fuel, state police in Indiana reported. W. Wheatf ield Township Cash swiped A customer at Wayne's Market in Robinson is suspected of shoplifting some groceries and stealing $269 from a store employee's purse on Oct. 21, state police reported today. The missing money belonged to Cynthia Short of Robinson, according to troopers in Indiana. The suspect's name was not released and charges have not yet been filed. E. Mahoning Township Hunter disarmed A compound bow, valued at $800, was stolen from a location on Pickering Run Road between 6 p.m. Friday and 3:30 p.m. Saturday, state police in Indiana reported. The bow belongs to William Frazee of Marion Center, according to the report. Ernest Party hosts face charges Two men, ages 22 and 39, furnished alcohol to four juveniles on Third Street at 1:20 a.m. Oct. 12, state police reported today. The juveniles, three boys and a girl, were charged with underage drinking. Troopers at Indiana reported that charges are pending against the two men. Officers withheld the names of all the people involved. Area fans say Barry Bonds not the best ever Corrections Can you feel the love? The Anaheim Angels won the World Series this week, and that means the San Francisco Giants and Barry Bonds did not. Some observers believe Bonds needs a World Series ring to complete his ascension to the pinnacle of baseball history. Even without it, some fans still believe he is the greatest player ever. But those fans apparently are not among Indiana Gazette Online readers. The latest online poll asked, "Is Barry Bonds the greatest player of all time?" Overwhelmingly, online readers said "no." Of 204 respondents, 184 (more than 90 percent) just didn't see Bonds at the top. One fan summed up his feelings this way: ' "Roberto Clemente was the greatest!" Nevadans are preparing to vote mdianagazette.com The Indiana Gazette on the Internet Tuesday on whemer to legalize marijuana for recreational use. The referendum, known as Question 9, would legalize up to 3 ounces of pot for anyone 21 and older. Even if it is approved, voters would have to approve the measure again in two years before it would go into effect. The Indiana Gazette Online poll this week is, "If you were a voter in Nevada, would you vote to legalize recreational marijuana?" Please vote at www.indianagazette.com and email your comments to webmas- ter@indianagazette.net. Mark Glinsky's name was spelled incorrectly Monday in a story about a donation of pet food he arranged. The Armstrong School board will have to vote again for a property survey at West Hills Elementary School by R.B. Shannon & Associates. With seven board members pres- ent Monday, the board voted 4-3 in favor of the survey. Tuesday, Dr. William Kerr, school district superintendent, said that a constitutional majority of five votes from the nine-member board was needed to approve the survey. Incorrect information appeared in Tuesday's Gazette. BE HlP TO WHAT'S HAPPENING: SEE THURSDAY'S CALENDAR PAGE YOGA and PILATES up to 20 classes per month .. JT'S FITNESS 724-349-9393 www.jtfitness.com INDIANA - • -> -pv Menib FIRST BANK ™ c Hospital notes INDIANA Birth Oct. 29,2002 Charles R. and Loretta J. Kuzneski, Indiana, a girl Admissions Oct. 29 Emil Bretz, Indiana; Loretta J. 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Fridays "Pennsylvania Super 6 Lotto" will be worth at least $23 million because no player matched the six winning numbers drawn in Tuesday's game. Lottery officials said eight players matched five numbers and won $5,023.50 each; 705 players matched fpur numbers and won $53 each; and 17,766 players matched three numbers and won $2 each. Stocks NEW YORK 10:30 a.m. (AP) Stocks AMR Corp AT&T Corp Airgas Alcan Alcoa AllegCp AllgEnergy ArmstrongHId BellSouth Brunswick ChevronTex Con Edison DaimlrChry DanaCorp DowChem EstKodak EDS Corp Exelon ExxonMobil Last 4.65 13.13 15.17 28.64 22.51 182.49 5.21 1.66 26.85 19.60 71.61 43.78 33.26 10.11 25.75 33.15 13.75 49.71 33.91 Dig. +.07 +.16 +.07 +.08 +.14 -.77 -.59 -.04 +.59 -.05 + 1.46 +.04 -1.22 -.16 -.13 -.14 -.19 +.36 +.68 FMC Corps Fool Locker GenCorp GenDynam GenlElec GenMills GenMotors Genesco Inc Goodrich Goodyear Humana IkonOtficeSol IBM IntlPaper vjK mart LiblyASEqty Lock heed M LoewsCp LucentTech MarathonOi! 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