Indiana Gazette in Indiana, Pennsylvania
30 Nov 2007

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30 Nov 2007

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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Indiana, Pennsylvania The Indian Gazette 28 pages 2 sections 50 cents vol 104 no 99 Indian Gazette com who a in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Jessica Clevenger Larissa Rearick Giovanni Scott Reese Barnes destiny Bingaman Logan Richards Diane Lloyd tonight will be Cloudy with a Low of 22 saturday will be mostly sunny with a High around 35/ Page 2 obituaries on Page 4 Howard Walter red a also known As mule Skinner 7395,�?� 92, new Florence Jones William a 88, Indiana deaths Index classifieds 24�? 28 dear Abby 24 entertainment 11 family 12 lottery numbers 2 school news 21�? 23 sports 15�? 19 today in history 24 to comics 20 viewpoint 6 30 Friday weather newspaper contents copyright 2007 Indiana printing and publishing co Indiana a this newspaper is printed on recyclable paper please Recycle coming up sunday music trivia card and action games not to mention the in daringly popular Wii gaming system keep things fun for everyone for the holidays Leisure inside silenced genes scientists have identified switched off genes that they believe play a profound role in Peoples health Page 8 Mahl brain Trust West Lebanon native Josh Lipkin was named the Indiana ice miners general manager on thursday Page 15 Teddy classic a Book which people Praise and done to read Mark Twain 18351910 for Young readers swinging season big bad voodoo daddy is coming to town with a musical selection that a far from the Holiday Norm Page 11 school news this week United wages a Penny War and county chorus comes to Saltsburg pages 2123 working night shift linked to higher cancer risk dogs rescued from Park spillway thousands of rebates remain unclaimed strike zone tonight Brian 9 30 m1 30 a Strongstown Emporium Seiko clock Sale thirty percent off 814 7497577 Thistle Pine open House december 1st2nd 724 3972442 tis the season treat yourself at the train station restaurant gift certificates available 724 3499005 tonight Rayne drop Mountain mad men a acoustic tonight Rose inn Justin from slab town acoustic pet portraits horses hounds november 30th, december 1st 724 3493144 plan now naps feast of the seven fishes december 13th reservations required 724 4655396 play coverall Bingo look for today a number in the Gazette Remote car Start season is Here audio phonics 724 saturday Rose inn band Buffalo save with coupons in the december Indiana clip save Coupon Book in saturdays Gazette i Speed internet Call 724 4658100 Indian local net Home made restaurant saturday country style ribs sunday baked Ham jewelry and gift Sale this saturday sunday 11a m5p Rose inn just arrived Large shipment under Armour Indiana away 724 3493560, 11 a m3 sunday looking for an internet service Call your inter net for special pricing 724 4630105 Clymer furniture will be open for your convenience sunday 12 m4 deck your Halls with Trees wreaths and Garland see the tree Page in fridays shoppers guide and saturdays Indiana Gazette fresh Cut Christmas Trees now available Musser Garden Center 724 4655684 fresh Trees Garland poinsettias Indiana away 724 3493560, 11 a m3 sunday Graff Christmas Trees seven varieties All sizes Cut open daily off route 119 at Black lick 724 4683957 backstreet records Regency mall new and used and 724 4655050 big brother is Here track your teen Driver track your spouse track your elderly Driver Call audio phonics 724 Brunovs restaurant weekend specials prime rib sixteen ounce Porter House Steak scallops and Mediterranean pasta done to forget gift certificates available advertising your business in the Indiana Gazette gets results 724 look for Bonus numbers inside today 846% daytime 47% evening 32% late night other 75% 2 Midnight 9 8 a 6 a m6 u worker shifts May 2004 source Bureau of labor and statistics a about 32 million people worked overnight shifts in 2004 Blacks worked More irregular shifts than any other race workers Over the age of 16, not All provided data on shift usually worked includes irregular shifts Black 208% 160 157 137 hispanic asian White percentage of race working shifts other than daytime by Maria Cheng a medical writer London like us rays and diesel exhaust fumes working the graveyard shift will soon be listed As a probable cause of cancer it is a surprising step validating a concept once considered Wacky and it is based on research that finds higher rates of breast and prostate cancer among women and men whose work Day starts after dark next month the International Agency for research on cancer the cancer Arm of the world health organization will add overnight shift work As a probable Carcinogen the higher cancer rates done to prove working overnight can cause cancer there May be other factors common among graveyard shift workers that raise their risk for cancer however scientists suspect that overnight work is dangerous because it disrupts the circadian rhythm the body a biological clock the hormone melatonin which can suppress tumor development is normally produced at night if the graveyard shift theory eventually proves Correct millions of people worldwide could be affected experts estimate that nearly 20 percent of the working population in developed countries work night shifts continued on Page 14 Paterno salary released to Public Psi coach to earn More than by Martha Raffaele associated press writer Harrisburg Joe paternos salary is no longer one of the most closely guarded secrets in College sports the Penn state coach will earn More than this year the state employees retirement system released paternos salary thursday More than a week after the Pennsylvania supreme court ruled that his salary and those of other top Penn state officials Are Public information Paterno was paid 427,220 in the first 10 months of 2007 putting his yearned salary on track to be 512,664 he was paid 490,638 last year according to the retirement system in a paid Well in a not overpaid a Paterno said earlier in the Day during an interview with reporters about his upcoming College football Hall of Fame induction i got All the Money i need but its not even close to what some other big name coaches Are making Alabama a Nick Saban is the highest paid coach at 4 million per year while Oklahoma a Bob Stoops makes More than 3 million continued on Page 14 Jamie Empfield Gazette Tracey Singer a veterinary technician left and Valerie Smith executive director of the Indiana county humane society used a scanner thursday to Check the chips on Max and Shep to identify their owners after the dogs were rescued from the spillway near the dam at yellow Creek state Park by Lauren Daley Gazette staff writer emergency Crews went out on a ledge to Rescue two dogs trapped on a Cliff at yellow Creek state Park on thursday a Park official Rappel led across a Rock outcropping to Rescue Shep and Max who had been trapped on the spillway near the dam since tuesday their precarious location made it difficult to locate and save the dogs it was like Whitewater rapids where the dogs were at a said Lisa Wier an officer with the Indiana county humane society who went on the Rescue she described the area around the spillway As a straight drop off Cliff at least 50 feet High it is unclear How the dogs got Down that far but officials think they fell neither animal was found to have any injuries upon Rescue Ken Bisbee yellow Creek Park manager retrieved the dogs from the ledge and worked with the Cher Ryhill fire department and humane society to orchestrate the Rescue continued on Page 4 by Lauren Daley Gazette staff writer once a year Jane Gallagher gets a rebate Check for her renters tax that a a Lifesaver it really is a Gallagher of Indiana said just when run out get a Check its a godsend Gallagher is one of the thousands of pennsylvanians eligible for the property tax rent rebate program but according to the state plenty of people Are failing to take advantage of it As the deadline for the 2007 program comes closer the state says there Are More than eligible pennsylvanians who have not yet applied for their Money the program benefits any renter or property owner 65 years of age or older widows or widowers 50 years of age or older and the permanently disabled 18 or older said Elizabeth Brassell a spokeswoman for the department of Revenue income eligibility Levels were increased in 2007 for property owners to a year excluding half of social Security and a year for renters the maximum that rebate owners and renters can receive is 650 the program was expanded significantly this past year a Brassell said there Are a lot of seniors and disabled folks who make significantly More than but after discount half of social Security they qualify As of oct 29, the state had received 4,700 applications from Indiana county leaving 1,388 eligible local residents for the program who continued on Page 14 police boy shoots brother by Accident from staff and wire reports Plumville state police in Indiana county say a 4year old boy accidentally shot his younger brother in the thigh with a handgun at his family a residence along main Street in Plumville Borough police say the family was packing up to move and the boys found the loaded gun in a Box at their Home the shooting happened about 2 45 thursday the 2year old a injuries Arentt life threatening police said his Mother transported him to Indiana regional medical Center and he was expected to be sent to children a Hospital in Pittsburgh because of his age according to reports police say they wont file charges in the Case Gazette writer Lauren Daley contributed to this Story overcome Joe Paterno Ibrahim Usta associated press a relative of a plane crash victim fainted today at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul Turkey an Atlas Jet plane crashed shortly before it was to land in southwestern Turkey Early today killing All 56 people on Board the airlines chief executive said see Story on Page 7

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