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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 2004, Titusville, Pennsylvania PAGE 2 THE TITUSVILLE HERALD Tituaville Pa Friday October 8 2004 Pennsylvania weather Friday Oct 8 rcom forecast tor daytime conditions lemperalu Today Mostly sunny Highs in the mid 70s South winds around 10 mph Tonight Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 50s South winds around 10 mph Saturday Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers Highs in the upper 60s Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph Saturday night Partly cloudy Lows in the mid 40s Northwest winds around 10 mph Sunday Mostly sunny Highs in the mid 60s Sunday night Mostly clear Lows around 40 Columbus Day Mostly sunny Highs in the mid 60s Monday night Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 40s POLICE COURTS Two face sexrelated charges Two local men are in jail facing multiple charges each for allegedly getting two teenage girls drunk and having sex with them this past summer Michael Holt Jr 23 of 401 E Central Ave and Christopher A Roydes 19 of State Highway 77 Saegertown allegedly furnished alcohol to two girls ages 13 and 15 and engaged in sexual relations with them at Holts residence Both men waived their right to a prelimi nary hearing on Wednesday before Titusville District Justice Amy Nicols Holt and Roydes were recommited on Wednesay to the Crawford County Jail in Saegertown Holt in lieu of bond and Roydes in lieu of bond In connection with the 13yearold Holt faces felonoy charges of one count each of statutory sexual assault and aggravated inde cent assault and misdemeanor charges of four counts of indecent assault two counts of cor ruption of minors and three counts of selling or furnishing liquor to minors In connection with the 15yearold Roydes faces misdemeanor charges of two counts each of indecent assault corruption of minors and selling or furnishing alcohol to minors and one summary count of underage drinking HOSPITAL NOTES Accident under investigation CHERRYTREE TOWNSHIP Venango County State police at Franklin investigat ed a twovehicle accident Thursday afternoon along SR 8 near the intersection with SR 417 in the construction zone Troopers said that Lorin Degroat 39 Titusville was coming to a stop for a flagman in the construction site when Clarence Kolacek 77 Titusville failed to slow in time to avoid impacting with the rear of the Degroat vehicle Troopers said that charges are pending further investigation Stolen items valued at DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP Warren County Warrenbased state police investigated a burglary earlier this week along the west side of Ross Hill approximately onequarter mile south of Cole Hill Road Troopers said that the victim was James Stec and the following items were reported stolen Senco brand clip head nailer Sears brand 5 hp air compressor Milwaukee brand circular saw Regent brand flood light quart Jim Beam Black quart Black Velvet Round point shovel with a yellow handle and 50foot orange air hose Police said total value of the items stolen was Anyone with information is asked to call PSP Warren or Warren County Crimestoppers List compiled at pm No names rreleased for publication Escort Desk This morning Donna Popieski and Rick Clark This afternoon Pat Harvey and Vivian Zook Coffee Shop This morning Dee Carlson This afternoon Arlene Thomas and Nancy Worden Register Amy Felton Floor Service Today Sue Godinez Advertising Works in The Titusville Herald Call Lisa or Libby at 8273634 OBITUARIES Antoinette Anna Scala 85 Antoinette Anna Scala 85 of Southwoods Assisted Living Community died at am Thursday Oct 7 2004 at Titusville Area Hospital where she has been a patient for the past two weeks Mrs Scala for merly lived on West Spruce Street and in Central Towers Mrs Scala was born June 21 1919 in Brooklyn NY the daughter of the late Anthony Aquilina Russo and Amelia She married Mario L Scala on Nov 2 1941 m Brooklyn and they celebrated their 60th wed ding anniversary in 2001 Mr Scala died Dec 11 Mrs Scala was formerly employed as a licensed practical nurse at the Titusville Area Hospital She enjoyed nursing traveling and her cats bhe especially loved and enjoyed all of her fami Survivors include three daughters Joanne bchwartz and her husband David Christine Van Brabant and her husband Andre and Marianne Baker and her husband Daniel all of Titusville 10 grandchildren Master Sergeant Eddie Cann and his wife Angle of Abilene Texas J Gabriel Scaia and her husband Johnny1 White of Oxford Miss Shaun Locke of Titusville Travis Locke of Titusville Richard Hamrick and his wife Marlene of Youngsville Steve Hamrick and his wife of Centerville Brian Hamrick and his guardianr Linda Dutcher of Guys Mills Greg Hamrick of Virginia Beach Va Lisa Hamrick of Titusville and Bridget Gill and her husband Darrell oft Monroe NC eight greatgrandchildren Christopher Cann Michael Cann Skyler Schwartz Nikolas SchwartzTiffany Hamrickr Ricky Hamrick Michael Hamrick and Kevin Lamb f She was also preceded in death by a Michelle Micki Hamrick a son Mario L Scala Jr a granddaughter Heather Marie Locke and a brother Daniel Russo Relatives and friends will be received at Leo N Hennes Funeral Home Inc on from 2 to 4 pm at which time the funeral ice will be conducted by Rev Richard grandson and pastor of Youngsville Methodist Church and Rev Sheridan retired Wesleyan Methodist minister r Memorial contributions can be made to the charity of ones choice BIRTHDAYS Birthdays of Oct 9 Cindy Burnside Titusville Robert Dingle Titusville RD 3 Christopher C Howe Erie Laura Vanderhoof Titusville Penny Billig Nash Titusville Bryan Matthew Baldwin Titusville John C Troyer Grand Valley RD 1 Mark C Toriski Titusville Bobby Kahl New Albany Ind Shawn L Ritchie Titusville Emily Marie Keith Ackeley Paul A Troyer Sherman NY Lora Burkholder Panama NY Robert Kramer Mullica Hill NJ For additions or corrections to the birthday list please phone Holly at 8273634 or email at WalMart portion of the benefits package According to Antillon the com pany does not experience a lot of turnover At the Clarion store which opened seven years ago 88 of the stores original 150 employees remain A por tion of those who left did so due to promotional relocation The work ethic here in Pennsylvania is wonderful Antillon said In addition to employing a large number of people Wal Mart will benefit Titusville area in other ways as well The tax revenue is a plus for the community said Antillon Also the company stresses being a part of the Craddock tickets will be sold at door Tickets for the Billy Crash Craddock show to be held Oct 16 at 7 pm at the Titusville High School Auditorium remain on sale by calling 827 2381 Tickets also will be avail able at the door The concert is sponsored by Titusville Council on the Arts From Page 1 He mentioned that grants will be available to local serv ice organizations schools and groups and awards will be pre sented for such contests as Teacher of the Year Carter said although work with Reitano has been ongoing for the past two years efforts to bring WalMart or another similar venture to Titusville have been in existence for a decade WalMart isnt coming he said WalMart is here It may not appear so but the project is definitely in the works Heavy equipment can be seen at the site and progress is being made accord liirigt6Reitaiul f Bush Construction is really in the process now he said We are mobilizing and getting ready to do site work Depending on the severity of the winter and how it affects construction the project be completed anytime between early summer and fall Reitano said the local superi store would be serving cus tomers by the time the 2005 holiday season comes around Its been a long time com ing he said The develop1 ment process is not a quick process This has taken two1 to put together but its From grain once the world looked away Duelfer found no formal plan by Saddam to resume WMD production but the inspector surmised that Saddam intended to do so if UN sanctions were lifted Bush seized upon that infer ence using the word intent three times in reference to Pagel Saddams plans to resume I making weapons This week marks the first time that the Bush administra tion has listed abuses in oilforfuel program as an Iraq war rationale But the strategy holds risks because some of the countries that could be impli cated include US allies Will carpet your living room dining room and hall 315 square yards Plushes berbers sculp hires Job done Heist Furniture 8272778 Daily Spedals At The New Garage Grand Slam Cafe Fish Macaroni and Cheese and All New Steaks 8ounce Delmonico 12ounce Strip 16ounce TBone Best Choices of Soups in Town Come and Enjoy our New Atmosphere 8273254 Annual Animal Adoption Sunday October 10 1 to 4 pm Titusvilles Full Circle Farms off Route 8 South Sheep goats chicks and bunnies will be among the free offerings Must call before date for more information 8272542 InHome Computer Help New Setups Networks ware Fixes System TuneUps Call 8271085 Home CompTutor Attention Retail and Classified Display Advertisers Submission deadline is 3 pm two business days before desired publica tion date Your timeli ness is appreciated and will help ensure the ac curracy of your ad Autumn in the Country Festival Saturday October 9 9 am to 4 pm at Warners Antiques Vendors Games Food Flea Market Face Painting Scottie Scare crow for Sale Cameras 8271478 for Directions Battle of the Bands still have sign ups at Tunnel Club per sign up Tunnel Club dancers starting Friday October 8 to no cover charge Drink specials Brevity Deadline 3pm 8273634 CaU 8273634 to place your Brevity or Classified Ad Coal Oil Johnnys Eatery Pleasantville Friday Specials Include Famous Fish Fry or Salmon Cakes Chicken Breast Open 6 am to 8 pm Send or Receive at The Titusville Herald Up to five pages Additional Pages plus tax Football Sundays at Papa Carones Steelers vsBrowns Wear your team colors Giveaways and Lounge Specials Special Two 13inch pizzas with one topping 8277555 FourWeek Karaoke Contest Sugar Creek Inn Saturday October 9 Starts at 8 pm New at Nancys Bulk Food Store Pleasantville Products Grandmas Pumpkin Patch East Troy Road Pumpkins all Gourds Corn Stalks Straw and Cabbage Route 27 West first road past airport Herbalife Independent Distributor David L Parker 8149672602 Let us do it for you Painting Painting Washing Restoration 15 years experience Fully Insured Horns Custom Painting Inc 8272283 Missed by your city newspaper carrier Call The Heralds business office by 10 am and well be sure to get a pa per out to you Now accepting the following charge and debit cards for payment on your Titusville Herald ad or subscription Discover Novus Express Pams Hilltop Cafe Routes 27 and 227 Pleasantville Saturday Noon to 8pm 2 for or 2 for with Salad Bar On the Organ 6 to 8 pm Sams Restaurant Breakfast Buffet Every Saturday Morning Until 11am Under New Ownership November 1 Plumer Country Store Route 227 New items Lower Prices and Cappuccino Candy Cookies and Gift Items Break fast and Lunch Sand wiches Accepting Visa and Mastercard Charge and Debit Cards Stop In and Say Hello Monday to Saturday 6 am to 7 pm Closed Sundays 8146772093 We make copies 20 cents each plus tax The Titusville Herald The Mill Restaurant and Lounge Open Daily 11 am to 9 pm Beer Battered Haddock Crab Legs Tuna Gar1 dener Enjoy karaoke with JustInTune in the lounge from to pm Prime Rib Black and Bleu Pork Medallions Chicken Cacciatore Over Pasta Enjoy music by Carl Ol son in the dining room from 6 to 9 pm am to 3 pm Open Sunday to 9 pm Yueng and Wing Night Wings 35 cents Yuengling Drafts Reservations Accepted CaU 8279930 VFW Fish Fry Baked or Fried Friday 5 Public Welcomed 8279408
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