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The Indiana, PA Gazette CjTATEREGIOHA Sunday, April 4, 1993 B-5 -T C obitMariea macklin Mccarty jr., 86, 9 e Main St., Brookville, formerly of Big Run, died Saturday, April 3, 1993, at Jefferson Manor, Brookville. The son of Macklin and Martha June McCarty, he was born Nov. 4, 1906, in Big Run. Mr. McCarty was a veteran of World War II. Prior to his retirement, he had been employed by Geer Tree Service, Brookville. Surviving are one brother, Gerald, Brookville RD 4, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; eight sisters: Anna Snyder, Elva Mallory, Nora Yohe, Bell Stiver, Maude Swank, Bertha Bair, Mazie Rager and Wilda McCarty; and two brothers, Wit-ham and Allen McCarty. Friends will be received from 2-4 and 7-4 p.m. Sunday in the Pifer Funeral Home, Punxsuiawney, where a funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday. Interment will follow In Bowers Cemetery near Big Run. GEORGE WILLIAM ZEL1CH, 51, New Alexandria RD 1, died Friday, April 2, 1993, in Wexford as the result of a instruction accident, Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4 and 7-9 p,m. Monday in the Richard L. Shoemaker Funeral Home, Blairsville, where services wilt be held at II a.m. Tuesday, Rev. Susan Porch Carter officiating. Interment in Twin Valley Memorial Park, Delmont. ANNA DEPP LVNDY. 76, Mechanic sburg, formerly of Punxsutawney, died Saturday, April 3, 1993, in Mechanic-sburg. Friends will be received after 7 p.m. Monday in the Pifer Funeral Home. Punxsutawney. A complete obituary will be published in Monday's Indiana Ga-Ktte. s FOX, Gtorgia B f 1 a.m., Ktnnettt A. Short Funtrol Home, New Florence McCAlTY, Mochlin Jr., I p.m., Pifer Funeral Home, Punuutawrwy Melting snows test flood control Continued from Page B-l approximately 90 billion gallons of water at full capacity. Asked to estimate the amount of water being released from Cone-maugh, Kwett said the 16.000 cubic feet per second would equate to 8,082,000 gallons of water per minute. At its maximum level, Kwett said, the Conemaugh Dam would impound a lake that would cover 260,000 acre-feet. One acre foot is the quantity of water that would cover one acre to a depth of one foot. Friday the lake was more than 180,000 acre-feet and contained more than 60 billion gallons of water. Under normal summer conditions, he said the lake ranges from 5.000 to 10,000 acre-feet. Kwett said the reservoir at the Loyaihanna Dam was at about 25 percent capacity. That dam has a full capacity of 95,000 acre-feet and was at about 25.000 acre-feet Friday and contained 8.1 billion gallons of water. Under normal conditions, the size of the lake ranges from 2,000 to 5,000 acre-feet. "The Loyaihanna Lake does not draw from as large a watershed as the Conemaugh Lake and is an example of the diversity in the size of dams in the Pittsburgh District," Kwett said. "The Kinzua Dam, near Warren, in the headwaters of the Allegheny River, has a normal capacity for its lake of 500,000 acre-feet." Karen Esiock, a park ranger at Loyaihanna, said that dam was finished in 1942 at a cost of $5 5 million. She said the water is 20-to-25 feet above its normal level. "The water is higher than I have seen it during my 10 years as a ranger here," she said. "The flood plain behind the dam extends to Latrobe and the back-up water is covering some township roads and a campground and a boat launch in the park, which are normally covered during high water." She said the dam helps to control the water levels in the Kiskiminetas River, noting that Loyaihanna Creek provides approximately 30 percent of the water in that river and the Conemaugh River provides 70 percent of the flow. "The only problems we are having involve the normal covering of facilities in the park and the closing of the township roads," she said. Bishop and Esiock said the flood control dams also retain water to help preserve supplies for drought conditions. Water can be released during, those conditions to make sure waterlevels in the Allegheny remain high enough for riverboat traffic. MBMAI WEAR I FOR PROMS & WEDDINGS ( I m. a o With This Coupon I vk 20 Latest OFF All Charge mom with son's death LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) An 18-year-old Ephrata woman has been charged with murdering her newborn son, whose body was found in a grocery bag by a road three years ago. Joni J. Stewart was charged Friday after an informant came forward to identify Stewart as the child's mother, Pennsylvania State Police Sgt. Charles Harnish said. A passing motorist found the baby inside two transparent plastic bags and a brown, paper grocery bag on Nov. 18, 1990 along a secondary road in Leacock Township. An autopsy revealed the 12-hour-otd baby had died from either asphyxiation or exposure. Police contacted local hospitals and doctors' offices about the baby's birth and set up a road block to interview passing motorists, but the murder remained unsolved until the informant came forward last week. The informant said Stewart bad the baby at her Intercourse-area home, where she had been living with her family, Harnish said. The baby's father has also been identified, but no charges are pending against him, Harnish said. "We have nothing to indicate that the father was aivolved or had knowledge at the time," Harnish said. Three local fire units summoned Three county Tire departments were dispatched Saturday afternoon to extinguish what were reported to be controlled bums. The summary: Company One of the Indiana Fire Association was dispatched at 1:39 p.m. to extinguish a controlled burn near the intersection of Ash and Fulton Run roads. SALTSBURG A controlled burn in the Sallsburg-Young Township area was extinguished at approximately 2:41 p m. by firemen from Saltsburg and West Lebanon. Meetings of municipal governments, school boards and county fiovernmental bodies scheduled this week are at the following times and ctcations: Monday Brush Valley Township supervisors 7 p m, Township Building. Indiana School District Board of Education 7:15 p.m., Administrative Wing. East Pike Elementary School. Clymer Boroughugh Council 7:30 p.m.. Council chambers. Saltsburg Boroughugh Council 7:30 p.m.. Boroughugh Office. East Wheatfield Township supervisors 7 p.m.. Township Office. Center Township Supervisors 7 p.m.. Municipal Building. Marion Center Boroughugh Council 7:30 p.m.. Boroughugh Office. Elderton Borough Council 7 p.m.. Treatment Plant board room. Cherry Tree Borough Council 7:30 p.m., Borough Building. Pine Township Supervisors 7 p.m., Pine Township fire hall. Glen Campbell Borough Council 7:30 p.m. Borough Building. Tuesday Indiana Borough Council 7:30 p.m., Municipal Building. Homer City Borough Council 7 p.m.. Borough Office. Redevelopment Authority of Indiana County 7:30 p. m Jefferson County commissioners 10:30 a.m., Courthouse in Brookville. Blacklick Township supervisors 7 p.m., Community Building. Ernest Borough Council 7 p.m., Catholic School. Creekside Borough Council 7 p.m., fire hall. Armagh Borough Council 7:30 p.m., S&T Bank. East Mahoning Township supervisors 7 p.m., Township Building. West Mahoning Township supervisors 8 p.m., Home of the secretary, Nancy Buddorf. Smicksburg Borough Council 7:30 p.m.. Home of the secretary. Wednesday Blairsville Historical Society 7 p.m.. Community Center. Montgomery Township supervisors 7 p.m., Township Building. Canoe Township supervisors 7:30 p.m., Rossiter fire hall. Blairsville Municipal Authority 6 p.m.. Borough Building. Thursday Homer-Center School Board of Education 7 p.m.. High school library. Penns Manor School Board of Education 7:30 p.m.. High school library. Burrell Township supervisors 4 p.m.. Township Building. Pennsylvania Heritage Preservation Commission, 1:30 p.m., Richland Mall Community Building, Johnstown. Most of nation on Daylight Savings Time WASHINGTON (AP) Most of America is on daylight-saving time. The summer time, providing an extra hour of light in the evenings, returned at 2 a.m. Sunday. Clocks were shifted one hour ahead. Standard time returns Oct. 31. restoring the hour of sleep lost this weekend. in styles I 1 Sizes I JUST THE RIGHT "SEASONINGS' That's the name of the current musical revue under the direction of Abby Morris that will be performed April 22-23-24 at the Indiana Junior High Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. each evening. More than 120 area residents have been in rehearsal for the past six weeks for "Seasonings" with all proceeds going to the Indiana Civic and Cultural Center Fund. Discussing the show with Abby, left, are Marsha Delaney and Jean Williams, right. (Gazette photo by Tom Peel) Visitors line up for Beaver syrup BEAVER, Pa. (AP) - Travelers to a syrup festival chomped on enough pancakes to make Aunt Jemima proud and watched a bucket brigade haul syrup from a busy sugar shack. Visitors lined up at 8:30 a.m. Saturday to pour through the gates at Bradys Run Park, about 20 miles west of Pittsburgh in Beaver County. The Maple Syrup Festival, now in its 18th year, continues Sunday. NSrving the Jma since 1927" cNaughton Oil Co. AMERICHEM X JANITORIAL SUPPLY TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: YA 507 S. 13 Stmt Ext ll Indiana M Mon. -Frl 06 Sit. ftNoon er 465-5613 V AaapUngNMrMMdual npl And OonvMroM Customv Accounts Fl "! lubricants for youf vehicle or corislruclron whicle f 7i l home heating oil j fl i Remor waste oil furnaces IctwiJ cleaning supplies tor your home, business and industry fuH lme$ of equipment The big addition this year is 12 portable sinks. Crowds of sticky-handed children were problematic at past festivals because only one bathroom was heated and had running water. Volunteer Homer Summy stoked the fire that heated the syrup during last week's cooking. George Lanky capped bottles in the festival's sugar shack, where puffs of smoke wafted into the forest. The maple syrup costs $4 for a half pint and (18 for a half gallon. Syrup sales were moved near the entrance this year. "People can buy it on the way out. Slippery roads listed as cause of two mishaps Slippery roads, caused by an early-morning snowfall, contributed lo at least two traffic accidents Saturday morning on Route 22 in the Perm View Mountain area. The summary : BLAIRSVILLE Stale police at the Indiana Station said two vehicles were involved in an accident at 6 .50 a.m. Saturday on Route 22 in the Penn View Mountain area east of Blairsville. Police said the vehicles were driven by Robert Anderson. 24, of Pittsburgh and Matthew Balsley of Saltsburg. There was no information concerning injuries or estimates of damage. The Blairsville and Black Lick fire departments and Citizens Ambulance Service, Blairsville Station, were dispatched to the scene. BLAIRSVILLE According to state police at the Indiana Station, a car and MCI bus were involved in an accident on slippery Route 22 on the east slope of Penn View Mountain at 7 a.m. Police said a car driven by Thomas Shuric. 24, of Latrobe slid into the rear of an MCI Bus driven by David Grayson, 29, of West Mifflin. Police said none of the nine passengers on the bus was injured. The Armagh'East Wheatfield Township and Clyde fire departments were dispatched. CLYDE There was a report of a two-vehicle accident on Route 22 near the Clyde fire hall at 7:37 a.m. Saturday, however a police report was not available. The Clyde and ArmaghEast Wheatfield Township fire departments were called. 298 Phtedelphia St., Indiana (Corner of 3rd & Pbaa. St) Mon. Sat. 7-9 Sua 9-S 465-8921 Offaring Vau Mobil ji. jT early festival They don't have to lug it around all day," said Vicky Michaels, district manager of the Beaver County Conservation District. The district, the county and dozens of volunteers organized the event-About 20,000 people attended iast year's festival. The Beaver River Buck Skinners set up a pioneer camp. "They dig holes in the ground and put a big tent over it," Michaels said. "It's like a tepee with furs on the floor. The women bake bread and pies." Wood carvers, lace makers, spinners and others sold crafts in booths. The festival requires that craft sellers wear authentic costumes. Members of a Civil War re-enactment group, the 63rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, are camping at the festival for the weekend. They will stage a mock charge on Sunday afternoon. Weather forecasters predicted a partly sunny Sunday, with temperatures in the high 40s, in the Pittsburgh area. HEARING AIDS HEARMG TESTMS SALES AND SBMCE (M IMpf HSUMNKBUED'ttOAVTHALPlUS : UNWAANOMEDtCAKHtroSR '. S V&lS 1 Donnt J. Zofldr. M.S., CC&A WllllTTSrTeWtrTrrrolTrrW tft'BI?H'lTtltTTilMr;li'iirrtti srflTjfirrrXflTii ?TnTiWiBitil?jBlo(?W?oiiiffi? PennDOT lists-work schedule! for April 5-9 j Alan L. Blystone, maintenance; manager for PennDOT, District 10;; has announced the following work schedule, weather permitting, for April 5-9. Motorists are advised to drive with caution through work areas. Some delays may be encountered. MANUAL PATCHING SR 3022, Parkwood Road; SR 0422V 422 Bypass Eastbound; SR 0553, Mentcle area; SR 0286, Hillsdale to Arcadia; SR 1012, Starford to Duun-ville; SR 0022, Armagh area; SR 0119, Indiana Bypass; SR 0286, Arcadia to Hooverhurst. DRAINAGE SR 0056, West Lebanon area; SR 4012, Washington Church Road; SR 1034. Rochester Mills to Nashville; SR 0022, Gas Center. SHOULDER PATCHING SR 0110, Ernest area. ROAD SHAPINGREST ABILIZA-TION SR 1047, Buffalo Lodge to County Line; SR 1053, Glen Campbell toward Hillman. BRUSH TRIMMING SR 1047, Buffalo Lodge to County Line; SR 4012, Washington Church Road. VEGETATION CONTROL SPRAYING SR 0110, Indiana Bypass. CONTRACT WORK SURFACE IMPROVEMENT SR 0022, SR 119 Interchange east (Derry Construction). BRIDGE CLOSED (Detour) SR 2002, Bairdstown Bridge (Gasa, Inc.). Lawmaker asks reduced tolls i on new road j ROCHESTER, Pa. (AP) A lawmaker says he won't abandod efforts to reduce tolls on a new, highway in Beaver and Lawrence counties. : State Sen. Gerald LaValle, a Demi ocrat from Rochester, Beaver Counj ty, has asked the Transportation Department to temporarily dei crease the tolls on the 16.5-milf Beaver Valley Expressway. The toll for traveling on the entire expressway is $1.50. ', LaValle said the tolls should bt; reduced because fewer cars thaa expected are using the highway. He suggested a six-month trial reduction. ! But in a response to LaValle last week. Transportation Secretary Howard Yerusalim said the state won't alter tolls in the highway's first year. The road opened last November. Yerusalim said expressway traffic is below expectations. Indiana udiology 92S Phlla. St Indiana, PA The Hearing Cars Center 349-6462 VoicerTDD Mon. thru Frl. 9-5; Evening & SL by AppL Free Parking Mastercard, Viae, Discover Accepted
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