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Titusville Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 2007, Titusville, Pennsylvania THIS ISSUE Local and area church schedules See Page 12 T HERALD The Food Page TOustottle Iterato Birthplace of the oil industry PA Established June First Daily Newspaper in the Pennsylvania Oil Drake Well 50 CENTS Friday November 2007 WEATHER NOON NIGHT For complete weather see Page 2 In the nevvs Correspondent News of Diamond Page 3 Deaths William Millcreek Beverly Pleasantville For see Page 2 Sporte NASCAR Chase Phoenix upcoming 2 races Page 9 Market watch November 2007 Dow Jones industrials Nasdaq composite Standard Poors 500 Russell 2000 NYSE diary Advanced Declined 303 Unchanged 52 Volume Nasdaq diary Advanced 452 Unchanged 56 Volume Lottery Pennsylvania Lottery Daily Number 391 M 229 N Big 4 7964 M 4833 N Cash 5 18202137 Mix Match 91814416 Treasure Hunt 37162429 Index legal ads Vital Dems propose to pay for bring home troops WASHINGTON AP Under pressure to support the troops but end the House Democrats said Thursday they would send President Bush billion for combat opera tions on the condition that he begin withdrawing troops from The similar to one Bush vetoed earlier this would identify a goal of ending combat entirely by December It would require that troops spend as much time at home as they do in as well as effectively ban harsh interrogation techniques like In a private caucus meet Pelosi told rankandfile Democrats that the bill was their best shot at challenging Bush on the And if Bush rejected she saidt she did not intend on sending him another war spending bill for the rest of the This is not a blank check for the she said later at a Capitol Hill news This is providing funding for the troops limited to a particular for a short time The House planned to vote as early as Friday on the billion war spending White House spokesman Tony Fratto said Bush would veto any bill that sets an arti ficial timeline for troop with We should be supporting our troops as they are suc not finding ways to undercut their he See Page 2 Sports magazine honors THS as High School of the Year Displaying a plaque from the sports magazine BFS High School the publications SchooL of the Year from Stephanie Jim athletic director Mike coach Scott head football coach Kevin aquatics and Karen Jez By Tom Boyle The sports magazine BFS honored Titusville High School in a recent edition as its 2007 High School of Titusville High Schools BIG commit ment to unification has earned this small Pennsylvania school our respect and said a headline above the The magazine said that THS has an amazing physical education and athletic BFS stands for and the magazine is dedicated to helping athletes be BFS learned about the local high school programs through THS head foot ball coach Scott who has coached in various positions for 10 years at The article Salvo says that in order to have a successful its essential to get the cooperation of not just the other as most high schools have to share their but also the adminis Focusing in on Titusville weighttrain ing the feature quoted Salvo as as long as youre willing to youre part of our The feature pointed out that Titusville athletes lift They start as early as the sixth grade by inviting the middle school kids to train in the high school the article Salvo told It makes for a really smooth transition from middle school because not only are the freshmen already familiar with the facility and the they wll know some of the kids they will be training with when they get The article explains that there are two basic weight trainng ses sions at one that starts at 6 and one that starts at Grades 68 use the Readiness whih they call the Brown Program grades 912 use the regular BFS which they call the Gold The article features color photos of local Titusville athletes DeAnn Ariel t Levi Pardee and Arin Salvo told BFS that he can k not take credit for the success of the Titusville strength and conditioning PE instructor and head swim coach Kevin Dawson has helped tremendously with the orientation planning the workouts and with supervi The entire school board andadniinis tratibn has provided continual support of the weight program by helping to obtain funding for new Assistant football coach and track coach Mike Reynolds has been instumental in implementing drills that we do in the ExNYC top cop under Giuliani indicted NEW YORK fed eral grand jury has indicted Bernard the former New York City police commis sioner under former Mayor Rudy on corruption a person close to the investigation said The charges include mail and wire tax making false statements on a bank making false statements for a govern ment position and theft of hon est the person The theft charge essentially accuses a government employ ee of abusing his position and tion of anonymity because the indictment was sealed and wasnt expected to be unsealed until Keriks arraignment on Several calls to Keriks Kenneth were not immediately Authorities have alleged that Kerik took tens of thou sands of dollars in services from benefactors and never reported it as Earlier this he rejected a plea and his attorney insisted he had done nothing An indictment is the latest chapter of a downfall that began within days of Keriks nomination in 2004 to head the Department of Homeland At the he was billed by the former mayor as a selfmade law man who helped restore calm following the 11 terrorist A federal indictment of Kerik could complicate mat ters for Giuliani as the first presidential primaries draw The exmayor frequently says that he made a mistake in recommending Kerik to be Homeland Security but that might not be enough to avoid the political damage of a drawnout criminal case involving his onetime United Way Campaign reaches 60 Tony chair of the 2007 Results You Can See campaign for the Titusville Area United announced Thursday that the fund drive had reached 60 percent of its goal with in pledges received at the United Way office to Helping the United Way cam paign reach 60 percent was the staff of the Genesis Family Center who recorded 100 pecent employee participation in the annual fund Agency section leader visited Genesis and congratulated them on receiving 100 percent The Genesis Center Parents as Teachers PAT pro gram is currently funded through the Titusville Area United The PAT program works with local families to increase parent knowl edge of early childhood develop ment and improve parenting prac The program goals include pro viding early detection of develop mental delays and health preventing child abuse and neglect and increasing school readiness and school As a result of the PAT program 90 per cent of parents demonstrated an increased knowledge of child devel opment and improved parenting Ninetytwo percent of children enrolled in the PAT pro gram were reported as advanced or proficient upon enrollment into the ECLC kindergarten The Genesis Family Center PAT program falls into the Helping Children and Youth Achieve Their Potential impact area of the Titusville Area United Other impact areas for program funding include Improving Peoples Health and Promoting Financial Stability and The Titusville Area United Way currently funds 20 programs in these distinct To learn more about the Titusville Area United Way or to help support programs in our com munity that change peoples contact the office at 8271322 or visit online at Announcing the 60 percent point in this years United Way Results You Can See campaign front from left Judy Titusville Area United Way section leader Sara April Delp and Katie Bryant and back Gary Ann Waychoff and Bruce
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