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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 2004, Titusville, Pennsylvania PAGE 2 THE TITUSVILLE HERALD Titusville Pa Monday April 12 2004 WEATHER Pennsylvania weather Monday April 12 AccuWeathercom forecast fo r daytime conditions hioMow temoerat POLICE COURTS Today Partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of rain in the afternoon Highs around 50 Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph Chance of rain 40 percent Tonight Rain Lows in the upper 30s Northeast winds 15 to 20 mph Chance of rain 90 per cent Tuesday Cloudy with a chance of rain showers in the morning then occasional rain showers in the afternoon Highs in the upper 40s Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph Chance of rain 80 percent Tuesday night Occasional rain showers Lows in the lower 30s Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph Chance of rain 80 per cent Wednesday Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers Highs around 50 Vehicles collide No injuries were reported by Titusville City Police in a twovehicle accident along Second Street on Friday afternoon According to the report Ryan Young of Titusville was northbound on Second Street when he approached the stop sign at the inter section of West Spring Street Police said Young stopped for the stop sign and then made a left hand turn striking a vehicle operated by Frances R Skiba of Oil City on the drivers side Police said the Skiba vehicle was towed and the vehicle operated by Young was driven from the scene Bicycles found Titusville City Police said that three bicy cles were found Saturday in the area of McDonalds Restaurant along South Franklin Street Cited for underage drinking Titusville City Police responded to a fight Saturday evening in a parking lot within the 600 block of East Central Avenue According to the report two people were arrested for underage drinking in connection with the incident Police said they were Matthew P Emick 20 of Pleasantville and Randy A Kovaeh Jr 20 of Tionesta Police said that both individuals were HOSPITAL NOTES issued citations and released Windows broken SOUTHWEST TOWNSHIP Warren County Warren State Police said a criminal mischief occurring along Pineville Road occurred some time between April 8 and 9 Troopers said the victim is Patricia Jackson of Warren and the crime took place as unknown arrived at Jacksons prop erty and damaged six windows on the victims vacant mobile home Police said the damages totaled Anyone with any information on the crime is asked to contact Warren County Crime Stopper at 180083CRIME Gas stolen from vehicles BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP Corry State Police investigated a burglary along Brown Hill Road occurring last April 8 and 9 According to the report the victim is Ricky Bish of Union City and the incident occurred as an unknown individual kicked open the main door to the victims garage Police said once inside the person removed gas from a snowmo bile and two ATVs Troopers said the gas was placed into a jug and the person removed the container with the gas Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 800 9221975 or Crawford County Crime Stoppers at 3371111 Jist compiled at p m ADMITTED No names were released for publication DISCHARGED Mabel Roberts Titusville Escort Desk This morning Donna Nelson and Elizabeth Barber This afternoon Darlene Updegraff and BIRTHDAYS Vivian Zook Coffee Shop This morning Ralph Pratt and Judv Tomeo This afternoon Ruth Trojak and Pat Johnson Register Kay Locke Floor Service Today Norma Weber Birthdays of April 13 Garry G Gates Titusville Anna J Troyer Grand Valley RD 1 Kandy S Brock Cherrytree Richard Bennett Erie Randy Wescoat Titusville Nathan A Lee Spartansburg Ruth H Alcorn Titusville Norma Chrispen Titusville Jayne Ellen Phillips Syracuse NY Peggy Beach Titusville Richard R Lane Titusville For additions or corrections to the birthday list please phone Holly at 8273634 or email at Soldier From was seriously wounded and from those wounds he died at 11 pm Pennsylvania time Thursday he said Burton Kephart said his son who graduated from Faith Christian Academy in Seneca in 2000 joined the Army in January 2002 and was considering becoming a police officer He thought that the experience he would gain in the Army would help him to mature and grow he said Page 1 Burton Kephart said his son was quiet and hardworking with a tremendous sense of humor We are finding out as a result of his death that his life has touched many more than we realized Kephart said noting that many friends have called to express their condolences Besides his father and mother Jonathan Kephart had a brother and two sisters He was not married Shop The Heralds Classified for values and bargains that cant be beat Want Extra Cash Sell your unwanted items in the Out wwwtitusviHeheraIdcom XBlUEVITIES Brevity Deadline 3 pm 8273634 Don Booth Body Shop Collision Service 8277076 Flowers for Easter at Denniss Greenhouse Now Open A half mile east of the Buells Corners store Highvisibility advertis ing Thats the Brevi ties Call Colleen at 827 3634 to place yours 070 Lin Van Lanes April Special Monday thru Thursday to pm All you can bowl New Colonial Candle Fragrances YWCA YNot Shoppe One More Ham Shoot Tuesday April 13 6 pm Cherrytree Township Firehall Kitchen Open 070 BREVTTiES The deadline for Her ald classifieds is noon 8273634 Tickets are still available to Oil Country Credit Unions Annual Meeting Dinner Dance at the CAC on April 24th Deadline is April 19th VFW Baked ham dinner Tuesdays 5 until Public welcome Takeouts available V OBITUARIES VICTORIA L VICKIGORMLEY 87 Victoria L Vicki Gormley 87 formerly of bast Spring Street died at am Friday April 9 2004 at Beverly Healthcare of Titusville where she had been a resident since June 29 She was born Jan 3 1917 in Bronx NY a daughter of the late Louis and Victoria Britt Fried She graduated from Walton High School in the Bronx Mrs Gormley employed at the YMCA as a dormitory matron for 15 years a housekeeper for Domer Bailey at the Central Avenue Restaurant and as a private duty nurse She was a member of St Titus Church where she was formerly an eucharistic member She was formerly a volunteer for the American Red Cross She was a former member of the RSVP and Titusville Senior Citizens YOUNGSVILLE Warren County Mrs Edith L Zuck 75 a resident of Tidioute Towers 174 Main St Tidioute died at 1040 am Saturday April 10 2004 at the Rouse Warren County Home where she had been a patient since Feb 23 Mrs Zuck was born on June 261928 at West Hickory a daughter of the late Guy Hunter and Ellen Brown Hunter Perry She was married to William Barnes Sr on Oct 20 1946 She later married Shelby Zuck on April 8 1967 He pre ceded her in death on May 22 1985 Mrs Zuck was a graduate of the East Hickory High School with the Class of 1946 She had been employed as a dietary aid at the Rouse Warren County Home and also at Warren State Hospital She had also been a cook at the former Central Avenue Restaurant in Titusville Mrs Zuck was president of the Cleo J Ross Post No 368 American Legion Ladies Auxiliary bne was past chapeau of Crawford Salon No 244 She enjoyed bingo shuffleboard cards cro cheting and especially spending time with all her grandchildren She is survived by the following children FUNERAL Patterson A Service of Worship and Praise for Mr Donald R Patterson Sr was conducted from the Diamond Evangelical United Methodist Church on Saturday April 10 2004 at 11 am with the Rev Gerald Miller pastor Pianist was Mrs Connie Swarthout Interment was in Failview Cemetery Cherrytree Township with the following grandsons serving as pallbear ers Rob KeiT Paul Kerr Scott Patterson Dennis Patterson EDITH L ZUCK 75 Survivors include a son Robert M Gormley Sr and his wife Kathryn of Virginia Beach Va two grandsons Robert M Gormely II and wife Kelly of Titusville arid Michael Gormley and his wife Melissa of Branson Mo two greatgrand children and good friend Anne Holquist Of Titusville j A son Harold E Gormley Jr died previously No calling hours will be observed A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 am Thursday from St Titus Church by Father V David Foradori pastor Interment will be in Covenanter Cemetery Rome Township Memorial contributions can be made to Titusville Area Hospital 406 W Oak St Titusville Pa 16354 or to American Red Cross Allegheny Ave Reno Pa 16343 Arrangements are under the direction of Leo N Hennes Funeral Home Inc Sharon Evans and her husband William of Titusville Deanna Kinnear and her husband Richard of Titusville RD 2 William Barnes Jr and his wife Jane of Warren and Gary Barnes Sr and his wife Sabrina of Warren 14 grand children 28 greatgrandchildren three sisters Judith Metzgar and her husband Ron of Ruskin Fla Cheryl Steele and her husband Tom of Guys Mills and Bertha Moore and her husband Irvin of Titusville and numerous nieces and nephews In addition to her parents and husbands she was preceded in death by an infant sister Nancy Hunter and greatgranddaughter LaceyEvans Friends may call at the Gordon B Garrett Funeral Home 303 N Washington St Titusville from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Tuesday and attend the funeral service there on Wednesday at 1 pm with the Rev Annette Gerber pastor of the West Hickory United Methodist Church officiating Interment will be in Sanford Cemetery The family asks that memorials be made to the Cleo J Ross Post No 368 American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Titusville Pa 16354 Shawn Patterson and Kevin Patterson Relatives attending includ ed Mrs Madolyn Patterson Mr and Mrs Allen Patterson Mr and Mrs Jim Kerr Teri Kerr Jennie Kerr Mr and Mrs M James Patterson Angie Patterson Mr and Mrs Roger Patterson and family Mrs Mabel Patterson Mr and Mrs Harold Murray Julie Patterson Desirae and Tyler Patterson Marie Koon Pam Hoi comb Grant Wells all of Titusville Mr and Mrs Guy Patterson of Fayetteville Tenn Mr and Mrs D Richard Patterson and Tracy Patterson of Spencer Ind Kristen Kerr of Mechanicsburg Lori Patterson of Spartansburg the Rev and Mrs Edward Patterson and family of Fishertown Kay Crawford of Townville Ann Armstrong of Chapmanville and many additional relatives and friends of the Titusville area The Gordon B Garrett Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements From Page 1 The south was relatively calm as up to 15 mDlion Shiite pilgrims marked alArbaeen one of the holiest days of their religious calendar in Karbala on Sunday with alSadr militiamen and other gunmen keeping security in the streets US commanders have said they would delay any action against alSadr until after the cere monies which ended Sunday But US officials for the first time suggested there were open to a nonmilitary solution to the confrontation US coalition spokesman Dan Senor would not comment on Iraqi talks with alSadrs fol lowers but added I would say that our goal is to minimize bloodshed and to head off any sort of conflict We dont see it as a necessary requirement that any military action has to occur in Najaf Brig Gen Mark Kimmitt told reporters US troops retook the city of Kut from al Sadr followers in the past three days in the first major foray in months by the American military into southern Iraq where US allies have secu rity duties But military action to retake the other cities could require fighting near some of Shiite Islam s holiest shrines raising the possibility of enflaming Shiite anger at the USled occuoa tion There are many ways for the town of Najaf to come back under legitimate control of the Iraqi government coalition provisions authority and that dont involve any fighting at all Kimmitt said USallied Iraqi leaders have increasingly expressed anger at the bloodshed in Iraq over the past week saying the military has used excessive force Over a third of the citys 200000 residents fled the city during the lull Marines said Fallujah hospitals alIssawi said the number of Iraqi dead in the city was likely higher than the 600 recorded at the hospital and four main clin ics in the city adviser Condoleezza Rice the officials said None of the information in the presidents briefing or the August reports involved the eventual Sept 11 plot But former Indiana Rep Timothy Roemer a Democratic member of the Sept 11 commis sion has said Something was going to happen very soon and be potentially catastrophic I dont understand given the big threat why the big national security principals officials dont get together The sources who read the presidential memo would speak only on condition of anonymity because the White House has yet to declassify the highly sen sitive document titled Bin Laden Determined to Strike Inside the United States White House officials said they expected to finish declassi fying and to release the docu ment late Saturday afternoon or Saturday evening It would be a historic disclosure of presi dential intelligence briefing materials The sources said the memo included a series of items that brought Bush through a history of mostly uncorroborated intel ligence that cited alQaidas interest in hijacking planes to win the release of Islamic extremists who had been arrested in 1998 and 1999 It also included the trips of suspected alQaida operatives including some US citizens in and out of the United States It suggested alQaida might have a support system in place on US soil the sources said The document also included Briefing From Page 1 FBI analytical judgments that some alQaida activities were consistent with preparation for airline hijackings or other types of attacks some members of the commission looking into the Sept 11 attacks said this week The secondtolast item told Bush there were numerous at least 70 terrorrelated investigations under way by the FBI in 2001 involving matters or people on US soil the sources said And the final notation they said was based on a May 2001 intelligence report indicating alQaida operatives were trying to get inside the United States from Canada to carry out an attack with explosives There were no specifics about the tim ing or target of the attack but the memo said the FBI and other agencies were investigat ing A joint congressional inquiry report into Sept 11 intelligence failures disclosed the May 2001 threat report last year but did not reveal it was included in Bushs briefing The congres sional inquiry described the intelligence this way In May 2001 the intelli gence community obtained information that supporters of Osama bin Laden were report edly planning to infiltrate the United States via Canada in order to carry out a terrorist operation using high explo sives In her testimony Thursday to the Sept 11 commission Rice described Bushs Aug 6 daily briefing vas including mostly historical information and said most threat information in the summer of 2001 involved overseas targets Rice also said she did not recall seeing any warnings before Sept 11 that a plane might be used a terrorist weapon though it was possible others in the White House did Current and former govern ment officials told the AP that in the same month Bush received his briefing US intel ligence received two uncorrobo rated reports among hun dreds suggesting terrorist might use planes but that nei ther reached the president or Rice The officials said one report in August 2001 said there was uncorroborated information that two bin Laden operatives had met in October 2000 to dis cuss a plot to attack the US Embassy in Nairobi with an air plane That report said the opera tive would either use the plane to bomb the embassy or crash into it according to information provided congressional investi gators and cited in their report released last year Separately the CIA asked the Federal Aviation Administration in August 2001 to advise commercial airlines that six Pakistanis in Latin America not connected to al Qaida were considering a hijacking bombing or sabotage of an airliner That warning did not have specifics on a time or location but said it could involve Britain Canada Mexico Malaysia or Cuba amoiig others according to information made public by the congressional inquiry
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