Chlorine leak sends 37 to hospitals in Williamsport ! Friday, January 5 f 1996—Page 17 001 001 Ugals ; WILLIAMSPORT,Pa.(AP)—Air : pollution took on a tough, new mean- iirig when a chlorine leak at a ^chemical plant sent a cloud of : : stinging, choking gas into the air, 'injuring at least 37 people and :; forcing hundreds to stay indoors. : The gas cloud, estimated to be two ; miles long and half a mile wide, Iforced officials to close U.S. Route 15 jand Interstate 180, snarling traffic ifor miles. Access to Williamsport •from the west was cut off for about :90 minutes during the morning rush \ hours. i People living in Muncy and Clark- fstown,.10 to 12 miles east of the iplant, complained of a burning sen- isation in their eyes and noses. ; The 7:15 a.m. leak started when a ^flexible tube ruptured during a ^transfer of raw chlorine from a : railroad tank car to a cylindrical istorage tank at the Lonza Inc. plant 'in northern Pennsylvania, said ;Frank Weurtz, a company spokes;man in Fairlawn, N. J. ": A problem with emergency shutoff ^valves caused chlorine to seep into -the atmosphere for 35 minutes until .crews were able to stop the flow with ^backup valves, said Weurtz. The Company was investigating the acci- :deht. j "This is a routine transfer," said ^Weurtz. "We do it almost on a daily ;basis and there are safety (mea- jsures) in place so that this should not ihappen." - Those injured — including five plant workers — were treated at the city's two main hospitals for breath- ing difficulties, headaches, runny noses and itchy eyes, said Kathryn Penfield, spokeswoman for Susquehanna Health System. All but four were treated and released. Treatment included stripping off contaminated clothing and showering before being given humidified oxygen. Most were released within two hours. Truck driver Kenneth Foutty, 42, of Massillon, Ohio, was listed in stable condition in the intensive care unit this morning at Williamsport Hospital. His brother, Robert, 45, of Beach City, Ohio, was also hi stable condition, but not in intensive care. The pair had pulled over to the side of the road and were sleeping when the fumes hit them. A Conrail employee and a worker for Lonza also were hi stable condition at the hospital which expected to release them today, according to a nursing supervisor. Twelve employees of a nearby automobile recycling plant who were working outside at the time also were treated and released. Lycoming County emergency officials issued a "shelter-in-place" warning until 9:20 a.m., when the cloud had made its way eastward and dissipated. "People were told to stay in their homes, close up, that type of thing," said Detective Tom Croft. Eleanor Greak, 81, who lives about a mile from the plant and has a heart condition, did not realize what had happened until she opened her door to see how much snow had fallen overnight. Clare Wofford, left, takes the stage with her husband, former U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford, at the Democratic National Convention in New York in this 1992 photo. Clare died Thursday of leukemia. (AP photo) Clare Wofford, wife, analyst, fund-raiser dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A memorial service will be held Saturday for Clare Wofford, the wife of former U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford and a State Department analyst, college fundraiser and social worker. 1 Mrs. Wofford died Thursday of acute leukemia at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where she had been since Thanksgiving. She was 69. She had lived in Bryn Mawr with her husband, a U.S. senator from 1991 until his defeat by Republican Rick Santorum in 1994. Wofford had defeated former Republican Gov. Dick Thornburgh in a special election, after Sen. John Heinz was killed in a plane crash. Following a year in India with her husband in 1949 and the publication of their book, "India Afire," Mrs. Wofford worked in the State Department as a political analyst for south Asia. In the mid-1960s, she worked with a program, then considered novel, that provided training, transportation and health services to the unemployed in New York City. , During the 1980s, she led a major gifts campaign for Bryn Mawr College, where her husband was presi- dent. She also spent three years as managing director of the University of Pennsylvania's 250th anniversary celebration, a yearlong event that continued through 1990. Temple University President Peter Liacouras remembered Mrs. Wofford, a trustee at the university since 1987, as "an independent thinker, wise, honest to a fault." Mayor Edward G. Rendell, who visited Mrs. Wofford in the hospital, called her "a great Philadelphia lady." "She was high-spirited and as devoted to making life better for ordinary people as anyone I've ever met," Rendell said. "I was blessed with extraordinary partnership for 47 years, and nothing was happier for her than discovering and enjoying the length and breadth of Pennsylvania," said Wofford, who now; heads a federal volunteer organization. She is aiso survived by three children, Susanne, Daniel and David; and four grandsons. The memorial service will be at 2:30 p..n. Saturday at Bryn Mawr College's Crreat Hall, an auditorium Mrs XVc'.f'' >rd helped raise money to buiH "I opened the door to see how deep the snow was, but just a little bit. and I had trouble breathing a little bit," said Greak. A short time later, she saw ambulances racing by her home toward the plant. "We believe that this was an accident, an isolated incident," said Dan Spadoni, spokesman for the Department of Environmental Protection's field office here. DEP workers began taking air samples at 9:45 a.m. on both sides of the nearby Susquehanna River, beginning with a half-mile from the plant and continuing at half-mile intervals for several miles, Spadoni said. But there did not appear to be a high concentration in the atmosphere. A sample taken at 8:30 a.m. at the plant was one part per million of chlorine, twice the workplace standard, said Spadoni. The plant manufactures materials for food, plastics and other industries. A quarter of its operations are focused on the creation of chlorine- based water treatment disinfectants, such as for swimming pools, said Weurtz. Except for the area under investigation, the facility was not evacuated and continued to operate Thursday afternoon, he said. Officials did not immediately determine how much chlorine had leaked. Because chlorine gas exposure may cause recurring symptoms in two to three weeks, the hospitals made arrangements to have the injured return for follow-up examinations, Penfield said. Guard recharged in Clarion jail escape CLARION, Pa. (AP) — A jail guard is again facing a charge that she helped a convicted burglar escape and flee to Texas in her red pickup. The first time a deputy sheriff tried to prosecute Constance M. Judy, 48, a judge said the evidence was insufficient to hold her for trial. But Barry Troutman, chief deputy sheriff in Clarion County, is trying again. On Wednesday, Troutman refiled the charge of assisting in an escape against Mrs. Judy. Mrs. Judy did not return a telephone call seeking comment, but her daughter, Debby Wagner, said she thought Troutman's action was unfair. "I think it's ridiculous," she said. Mrs. Judy is accused of helping Billy Ray Boggs leave the Clarion County Jail about 1 a.m. June 15 and then driving to Texas with him. Four days later, she pulled up beside a Texas state trooper, dirty and handcuffed to the steering wheel, about 30 miles from Dallas. The officer removed the handcuffs and then replaced them when a computer check showed Mrs. Judy was wanted in the escape. She could face up to seven years in prison and a $10,000 fine if she is convicted. Her lawyer, Ralph Montana, says Boggs, a martial arts expert, abducted Mrs. Judy. Troutman said that although he has collected new evidence since District Justice Anthony LaPinto dismissed the charge in August, the core of his case will be the same. "I'm just going with the original stuff," he said. "They didn't give the commonwealth a chance to present very much." Montana said he was surprised by the delay in refiling the case. He speculated that Troutman may have decided to act because a new Clarion County district attorney was sworn in Tuesday. William Hager, v/ho replaced acting District Attorney Ray Scott, said LaPinto improperly dismissed the case because of doubts about the credibility of a witness. "Credibility determinations are made by the jury," he said. This time, Hager wants the preliminary hearing in Common Pleas Court judge because he is concerned the county's three other district judges might not want to overrule LaPinto. Troutman said shortly after the escape that guard Herbert Radaker was taking medicine to a prisoner when he heard a noise behind him and turned to see Boggs leaving the cell block at the 150-year-old jail, about 60 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. The padlock on Boggs' cell door was locked, but a pin was missing from the door latch, according to the criminal complaint against Mrs. Judy. State's MOW programs safe for now PITTSBURGH (AP) — Meals on Wheels will keep on rolling — at least in Pennsylvania. People throughout the state who •rely on the program to deliver two prepared meals five days per week need not fear the federal govern- *ment's shutdown, officials said. : - "There will be no disruption of meal service," said Patti Howard, supervisor of Allegheny County's Meals On Wheels program. Sharon Stevick, acting director of Allegheny County's Department Of Aging, said state money, including money from the Pennsylvania Lottery, provides 78 percent of the funding for the state's Meals On Wheels programs. Only 22 percent of their budgets are federally funded. "If there's a stoppage or whatever, it's not going to have a large impact," Stevick said. "We can use those state dollars until we see CLASSIFIED Indiana Mon--Fri. 7:30-5; Sat 8-12 412/349-4949 tloinvillt, 10 a.m.-} p.n 412/459-1100 001 legal* NOTICE NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Articles of Dissolution Domestic Business Corporation for CLYME8 BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. were filed with the Department of State, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg. Pennsylvania, for the purpose of dissolving a business corporation organized under 15 PA C.S. Section 1905 John P. Merlo Attorney at Law 27 North Sixth Street Indiana. Pennsylvania 15701 NOTICE MICHAEL J. SUPINKA, ESQUIRE HOLSINGER, CLARK, ARMSTRONG & SUPINKA Letters Testamentarv on the Estate of ANTHONY G. EVICH late of Homer City Borough, Indiana County, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are required to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are required to make prompt payment. Albert Palguta Box 247 Josephine. PA 15750 _ 12/22. 1289, 1/5 GET action with classified ads. The Classified Grapevine Thanks to your "Found" ads, I got my glasses back in no time! AW INDIANA what's coming down." That's what Meals On Wheels programs in Pennsylvania did during the federal funding cuts of the 1980s, she said. Daily, the county program serves 2,200 to 2,500 shut-ins who receive a hot meal and a bagged lunch. "But there are millions of seniors in other states. This will affect them," Stevick said. NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given of a Special Meeting of llighridge Water Authority on Tuesday. January- 23. 1996, at 6:30 P.M.. at the Highridge Water Authority Office located at 17 Maple Avenue. Blairsville. Pennsylvania, for the purpose of entertaining and acting upon a bond bid proposal from underwriters Shelby. Kern. Frederick & Shelby, of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, and to transact any other business lawfully brought before £he Highridge Water Authority. James D. Carmella. Solicitor NOTICE EXECUTOR'S NOTICE IN THE ESTATE OF MARGARET E. D1XSON, DECEASED, LATE OF CLYMBER BOROUGH, INDIANA COUNTY. PA. NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testamentary in the Estate of the above named decedent have been granted to the undersigned- All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to: JAMES J. WOODHEAD Executor 107 Rita Street Johnstown. PA 15905 _ 12/22. 12/29. 1/5 NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION BUSINESS CORPORATION Tucker Arensberg, P.C.. Attorney 1500 One PPG Place Pittsburgh. PA 15222 Notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with respect to a corporation which has been incorporated under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law of 1988. The name of the corporation is DJM Builders, Inc. _ 115 NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CENTRAL INDIANA COUNTY JOINT SANITARY AUTHORITY 30 EAST WILEY STREET HOMER CITY, PA 15748 Separate and sealed BIDS for the construction of the following Contracts will be received by the Central Indiana County Joint Sanitary Authority, at the above address until 12:00 Noon, prevailing time on January 17,1996 and then at said office, publicly opened and read aloud: Contract Name of Project Payment Sewerline Construction - Lucerne Mines 5125.00 Sewerline Construction - Coral/Graceton S125.00 Sewerline Construction - Robert's Addition S125.00 Sewerline Construction - 3!yr-Walt/Homer City North S125.00 Number 1/95 2/95 3/95 4/95 5/95 6/95 7/95 8/95 9/95 10/95 11/95 12/95 Sewerline Construction - Homer City East S125.00 Sewerline Construction - Homer City West S125.00 Sewerline Construction - Red Barn/Tearing Run $125.00 Interceptor Sewer $125.00 Sewage Pump Stations: Coral/Graceton STP 5100.00 Sewage Treatment Plant - General/Mechanical $200.00 Sewage Treatment Plant - HVAC S100.00 Sewage Treatment Plant - Electrical $100.00 PRE-BID CONFERENCE - MONDAY. JANUARY 8,1996 AT 11:00 A.M. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations: Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co., Inc.. P.O. Box 853,1004 Ligonier Street, 5th Floor, Latrobe, PA 15650, Phone - (412) 539-8562. Central Indiana County Joint Sanitary Authority. 30 East Wiley Street, Homer City. PA 15748, Phone - (412) 479-8005. Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co., Inc., located at the above address, upon a non-refundable payment as listed above for each contract. All contracts exceeding $10,000 shall be performed in compliance with Executive Order 11246, entitled "Equal Employment Opp'ortunity". as amended by Executive Order 11375 and as supplemented in Department of Labor Regulations (41 CFT Part 60). Each proposal shall be accompanied with a certified check or Bidder's Bond in the amount often percent U0~<) of the proposal, in favor of the Centra! Indiana County Joint Sanitary Authority. No Bid may be withdrawn for sixty (60) days after the same has been filed with the Central Indiana County Joint Sanitary Authority. The Central Indiana Office Joint Sanitary Authority reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in Bids received. Michael Charnego, Chairman 12/11,12/20,1/5 NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Ltuiiv il!e Recover Permit Renewal Notice is hereby given that Kent Coal Mining Company, doing business at PO Box 729, Indiana, PA 15701. has submitted an application to the Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Mining and Reclamation for the purpose of renewing its existing Coal Refuse Disposal Permit and the related NPDES permit. The current Permit No. 32803712 was issued on January 16, 1986 and will expire January 16, 1996. This renewal does not contain any revisions to the existing operation. The existing operation will continue to discharge treated waste water to Coal Run acd Ajiltmans Run. The operation is located on Coal Run and Aultman's Run, approximately 1.2 miles southwest of the village of Jacksonville in Young Township. Indiana County, on the Mclntyre T.~' topographic map 6.1 inches north and 7.2 inches west of the bottom right hand corner of the printed area of the map. A copy of the renewal application is available for public viewing and copying, for a fee, at the McMurray District Office. Department of Environmental Protection. Bureau of Mining and Reclamation, 3913 Washington Road. McMurray, PA 15317. Written comments, objections or a request for an informal conference concerning this renewal application should be submitted to the District Mining Manager at the above address, no later than thirty (30) days following the final (4th> publication of this notice. 12/29. 1/5. 1/12. 1/19 NOTICE BY THE REGISTER OF WILLS AND CLERK OF THE ORPHANS' COURT DIVISION The following executors, administrator, guardian and trustees have filed their Accounts in the Office of the Register of Wills for Indiana County, or of the clerk of the Orphans' Court Division of Indiana County, and will be presented to the Judge of the Orphans' Court for Confirmation Nisi, at the Court House, Indiana, Pa. MONDAY, JANUARY 8,1996 a! 10:00 O'CLOCK AM. 32-95-84 Hall, Thelma G.. by Gene L. Hall. Exr: Terrance C. Ferguson. Atty. 32-94-277 Snyder, Jr.. Lester Merle, by Richard L. Snyder, Admr.: Thomas Johnson, Atty. 32-94-422 Stephens, Nancy K., by Charles E. Stephens. Admr.: Holsinger. Clark., Armstrong. Supinka. Attys. 32-95-111 White, Marian E. Mervine. by Daureen M. Lydick, Admrx.: James D. Carmella, Atty. 32-9^446 Newhill, Esko E., by Ruth P. Newhill. Exrx.: Tomb, Mack, Kaufman, Attys. 32-94-465 Mowry, Nellie C.. by Albert E. Mown'. Exr.: Donald R. Rigone. Atty. 32-94-475 Tomb, Ruth L. 6oup. by Patricia Lou Hainaut. al., EXrs.: Bonya, Gaz2a, DeGory, Attys. 32-95-39 Snyder, Mary Kathleen, by Thomas H. Krach, Exr.: Holsinger, Clark. Armstrong, Supinka, Attys. 32-93-294 Duncan, Patricia McQuaide, by Clyde C. Duncan. Jr.. al. Anc Admrs.: Bonya, Gazza, DeGory. Attys. 32-93-295 Duncan, Clyde C.. by Mike St. Charles. Ane. Exr.: Bonya, Gazza. DeGory, Attys. 32-94-169 Sink, Kenneth C., by Kenneth C. Sink, Jr.. al. Exrs.: Bonya, Gazza, DeGory, Attys. 32-94-411 Mitchell. Sr, William C., by William C. Mitchell, Jr., Exr.: William T. Shulick. Atty. 32-95-60 Newman, Dale C.. by Ruth Smith. Exrx.: Bonya, Gazza, DeGory. Attys. 32-95-92 Nyerges. Timothy Paul, by Joseph P. Egry, Jr., Exr.: Alan Holsinger. Atty." 32-94-9 Aloisi. Charles C.. a/k/a Aloise. Charles C.. by Joseph V. Aloise. Exr. N/A Patricia R- Streams Register of Wills and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Orphans' Court Division 12/29,1/5 NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THIS ACTION CAN DEPRIVE YOU OF YOUR PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN ATTORNEY TO ADVISE YOU OF YOUR RIGHTS. YOUR PROPERTY IS THE SUBJECT MATTER OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION BASED UPON A JUDGMENT. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO PETITION TO OPEN THE JUDGMENT OR SET THAT JUDGMENT ASIDE. AFTER THE SALE IS HELD YOU STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO PETITION THE COURT TO SET ASIDE THE SALE AND/OR FILE EXCEPTIONS TO THE DISTRIBUTION WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AFTER THE FILING OF THE SCHEDULE OF DISTRIBUTION. By virtue of certain Writs of Execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Indiana County and to me directed there will be exposed to public venus or outcry at the Courthouse, Indiana, Pennsylvania, on JANUARY 26, 1996. at 2:00 p.m. ALL the right, title, and leasehold interest in and to the oil and gas located under and upon the real property of the defendant, M.A.T. OIL & EXPLORATION, INC., owner, and all other persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in and to: NOTICE Thomas A. Himler. Jr.. Esquire Attorney Estate of Glenn H. Barren, a/k/a Glenn Barren, Deceased EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Glenn H. Barren, a/V/a Glenn Barren, late of Blacklicfc Township, Indiana County. Pennsylvania, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Wills of Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said Estate to make immediate payment and. to those having claims against the same to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated, for settlement. Marlene A. Barron Executrix c/o Thomas A. Himler, Jr. Esquire Suite 600 Mellon Bank Building Latrobe. Pennsylvania 15650 412-539-8551 Ig. 1/12. 1/19 NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THIS ACTION CAN DEPRIVE YOU OF YOUR PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN ATTORNEY TO ADVISE YOU OF YOUR RIGHTS. YOUR PROPERTY IS THE SUBJECT MATTER OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION BASED UPON A JUDGMENT. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO PETITION TO OPEN THE JUDGMENT OR SET THATJUDGMENT ASIDE. AFTER THE SALE IS HELD YOU STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO PETITION THE COURT TO SET ASIDE THE SALE AND/OR FILE EXCEPTIONS TO THE DISTRIBUTION WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AFTER THE FILING OF THE SCHEDULE OF DISTRIBUTION. By virtue of certain Writs of Execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Indiana County and to me directed there will be exposed to public venue or outcry at the Courthouse, Indiana, Pennsylvania, on JANUARY 26, 1996, at 2:00 p.m. ALL the right, title, interest, claim and demand of the defendant(s), GALE A. HENDERSHOT. ownerts) and all other persons having or claiming to have any right, title, or interest in and to: ALL REAL ESTATE SITUATE IN THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRYHILL. COUNTY OF INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA. HAVING THEREON ERECTED A DWELLING HOUSE KNOWN AS RD #1, METZ RD., PENN RUN, PA 15765. DEED BOOK VOLUME 1008, PAGE 551. PARCEL NO. 13-021-117. Taken into execution at the suit of PNC BANK at No. 11696 C.D. 1995. John T. Richards. Ill Attorney for plaintiff (412) 261-2620 NOTICE to all parties In interest and claimants: AT the time of the sale ! 100 or ten (10) percent of the successful bid, whichever sum is the greater, must be paid to the Sheriff. The balance of the purchase money must be paid before the date fixed for the filing of the Schedule of Distribution or the Sheriff will direct the Auctioneer to resell the property. The balance due shall be paid to the Sheriff by the date fixed for the filing of the Schedule of Distribution, otherwise all money previously paid will be forfeited and ., .the. ^property _will-,he_ resold at which time the full purchase price or all costs, whichever may be higher shall be paid in full, or under proper circumstances a receipt given by a lien creditor: also there must then be delivered to the Sheriff a Judicial Affidavit of Value, executed in duplicate on the form supplied by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue for the purpose of establishing the correct amount of documentary stamps for the deed, (note that proper certification must be secured from the Department of Revenue if the amount of stamps is to be based upon monetary value, or if exemption is claimed for a deed to a grantee such as the Veterans Administration). For each sale a Schedule of Distribution will be filed on FEBRUARY 26, 1996 and distribution will be made in accordance therewith unless exceptions are filed within ten (10) days after the filing date. DONALD L. BECKWITH Sheriff of Indiana County. PA 1/5.1/lg 1/19 Township Rayne/South and East Mahoning Washington Washington Washington Washington South Mahoning Rayne Armstrong/Young County DBV/Page Tax Map # Acreage Indiana 694/621 29-13-127 134 35-02-101 Indiana 554/527 39-13-117 108 Indiana 511/3 39-15-105 123 39-08-122 39-15-105.2 39-08-106 Indiana 540/418 39-17-103 258 Indiana 554/527 39-13-117 103 Indiana 676/785 2908-108 137 Indiana 754/919 35-02-104 Indiana 651/706 02-21-110.1 127 02-21-110.3A 02-21-110.3 02-21-110.5 02-21-110.6 02-21-110.2 02-21-110.2A 02-21-110.4 02-21-110 Indiana 957/81 43-05-107 86 Indiana 540/418 39-17-103 259 Indiana 572/75 35-01-109 150 29-13-124.2 29-13-125 Indiana 467/573 13-21-107 114 13-21-108 Indiana 470/542 13-23-121 140 Indiana 540/418 39-17-103 259 Indiana 995/596 39-13-121 41 555/13 Indiana 957/76 43-05-100 93 Indiana 534/203 42-09-144 93 42-09-144.1 42-09-144.2 Indiana 967/908 20-16-144 87 20-16-144.1 20-16-144.2 Indiana 972/071 42-013-11 44 Indiana 981/766 27-003-109 158 Indiana 657/532 42-09-153.7 183 Indiana 635/388 02-17-138 149 Indiana 952/537 39-003-117 45 Indiana 635/388 02-17-138 31 567/758 42-16-140 Indiana 428/197 02-27-207 173 02-27-500 02-27-502 02-27-501 Indiana 425/462 02-18-113 90 02-18-113.1 02-18-114 12-01-108 12-01-108.1 White Indiana 576/758 42-16-140 37 West Mahoning Indiana 436/334 30-03-111 124 Taken into execution at the suit of S&T BANK at No. 31826 C.D. 1995. Daniel J. Birsic Attorney for plaintiff (412)281-7650 NOTICE to all parties in interest and claimants: AT the time of the sale "100 or ten (10) percent of the successful bid, whichever sum is the greater, must be paid to the Sheriff. The balance of the purchase money must be paid before the date fixed for the filing of the Schedule of Distribution or the Sheriff will direct the Auctioneer to resell the property. The balance due shall be paid to the Sheriff by the date fixed for the filing of the Schedule of Distribution, otherwise all money previously paid will be forfeited and the property will be resold at which time the full purchase price or all costs, whichever may be higher shall be paid in full, or under proper circumstances a receipt given by a lien creditor; also there must then be delivered to the Sheriff a Judicial Affidavit of Value, executed in duplicate on the form supplied by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue for the purpose of establishing the correct amount of documentary stamps for the deed, (note that proper certification must be secured from the Department of Revenue if the amount of stamps is to be based upon monetary value, or if exemption is claimed for a deed to a grantee such as the Veterans Administration). For each sale a Schedule of Distribution will be filed on FEBRUARY 26, 1996 and distribution will be made in accordance therewith unless exceptions are filed within ten (10) days after the filing date. DONALD L. BECKWITH Sheriff oflndiana County, PA 1/5.1/12,1/19 Young Washington Rayne/South Mahoning Cherryhill Cherryhill Washington Washington Young White Green White E. Mahoning White Armstrong and Center Rayne Center Armstrong Armstrong and Center 002 Sunshine Notices THE Indiana County Board of Commissioners will meet at 10:30 a.m. the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Courthouse, Indiana, PA 15701. The Indiana County Salary Board will meet at 1:30 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of each month in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Courthouse, Indiana, PA 15701. The Indiana County Retirement Board will meet immediately after the Salary Board Meeting the fourth Tuesday of each month in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Courthouse, Indiana, PA 15701. The Indiana County Board of Assessment Appeals will meet at 2.-30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Courthouse, Indiana, PA 15701. The Local Emergency Planning Committee of Indiana County will meet in the HAZMAT Building, 1667 Saltsburg Ave., Indiana, PA 15701 at 3:00 p.m. the last Monday of January, February, April, July, August, October and November; at 7:00 p.m. the last Monday of March, June, September and December. The Indiana County Prison Board will meet at 1:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month in the Jail Library, 55 N. 9th St., Indiana, PA 15701 except for November and December which will be the second Thursday. These meetings are accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require a special accommodations, please notify this office 72 hours in advance at 412-465-3800 (Voice- TDD).
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