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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Football 2015 edition a inside a sports pm. 13 Moose Clear Springs Advance to sol finals tractors on Parade in Southampton twp. A Page 2 a Bedford Gazette Bedford a. 75<r published continuously since 1805. One of America oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 289 August 31, 2015 monday t Foj j i i it i Bijj a philanthropy takes flight will in hosted by the Bedford county endowments of the Community foundation for the alleghenies. The event will be held sept. 27 at the Omni Bedford Springs resort 2138 business route 220, Bedford. People Are invited to Don their finest Whites and join the endowment for an afternoon of fun and Fellowship including tethered hot air balloon rides picnic fare from the culinary team of the Springs croquet and Lawn games Trail walks and children a activities including scavenger Hunts and rubber Duck races on shellers run. The event also will include a Celebration of the foundations 25 years of serving the Region. Reservations for the event must be made online at no later than sept. 14. Proceeds Benefit the Bedford county Community fund. Auditions scheduled. The Bedford county players will Host auditions for a Snow White amp the seven dwarfs Quot on monday at the lard be memorial theater at 8 30 . The show will be performed oct. To 17, 18, 23, 24 and 25. Thalia Fleetwood will direct the show. Plane goes Down in Bloomfield twp. Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle a wrecked Cessna c172 aircraft sits in the backyard of a Bloomfield township residence sunday after the Pilot crash landed the plane. A Young passenger and Pilot who took off from Bedford county Airport suffered minor ii uries according to state police. The two were transported to an area Hospital. The Federal aviation administration and National transportation safety Board investigated the crash. By Elizabeth Coyle it Gazette managing editor Bak Krs Summit a a Small air Craft crash landed in a a Kimfield township backyard sunday after noon narrowly missing one Home and stopping Short of another. Federal authorities were called to investigate the crash of the plane which injured the Pilot and a Young passenger in the incident about 12 35 . Several Hundred feet from Snyder it reek Road. According to the Federal aviation administration a Cessna 172 aircraft crashed in a Field As it was departing Bedford county Airport in Bedford with two people on Board Faa spokesman dim Peters Aid the Faa and the National i vans por tation safety Board will deter mine the probable cause of the Inci Dent. An email to the tsp Wasny to returned sunday no other inform turn was available from either Agency. The plane according to a with landed at least briefly near the site of the crash in a nearby Field. A neighbor who lives on in 1er Creek Road and declined to la Ridenti fled said the plane originally landed in a Field not far from route 867 a continued on Page 3 deaths. Obituaries on Page 12 Brown Earl jr., 88 of Alum Bank died sunday aug. 30, 2015. Obituary in tuesday Gazette. Arrangements by Jack ii. Geisel funeral Home Pleasantville. Brown Gladyse v., 73, of Bedford. Conj ans Charles r., 72, Bedford Dilt a saturday aug. 29, 2015, at Home. Obituary in tuesdays Gazette. Arrangements by Akers funeral Home Everett. Davis a buries a a Chuck a 79, of Chambersburg. Dodson Darrell s., 75, of Hopewell Dud saturday aug. 29, 2015, at a pm Bedford memorial Hospital. Obituary in tuesdays Gazette. Arrangements by Akers funeral a Hapel Saxton. Obituary in tuesdays Gazette. Reid James a Jim Quot 80, of a Learville. In i is it us Vav in ii Chook c Orth i he it i of it it in Mazt Rte a Hetjonk Rosette Vav we it it it a Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn . 814-62 u115 i o 1 m8943o"6oo10 3 Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle nazi Flag raised on a pole on the former site of new Paris elementary flies minutes before it was taken Down. A property manager said the american Flag flying there was taken Down and replaced by the hate Symbol sometime Between la . And 3 30 . Nazi Flag found flying at former new Paris school by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette managing editor new Paris a state police an investigating the appearance sunday afternoon of a nazi Flag on a pole standing at the former site of new pans elementary in Napier township the sight caused alarm for Jot Sivits mayor of nearby new pins Borough. Sivits said his wifi saw the Flag flying when in amen can Flag should in flying and told her husband. Mike Kissel who manages tilt pm Perty for the Falcon development said he and the owner had been at the property mowing grass and finished about 11 . At that Point the amen can Flag was still flying hit nazi Flag wits discovered about 3 or 3 30 pm. A Sthats a hate Crane a Kissel said motioning toward the Flag. A they had the audacity to do it in the Daylight a Kissel said. He took it Down minutes later and vowed to return the Flag As soon As possible Sivits said it would have been even worse if the Flag had been flying monday morning Allegheny lutheran social ministries holds pre school head Start. Earls head Start and family Center classes and activities m a building adjacent to when Laii stands. Kissel said it had to come i Avn to it tin youngsters a could you imagine kids coming tomorrow and seeing that Quot also Sivits said. Chestnut ride students change buses at the property win tilt is a Long canopy still left Over from the which has been Tom Down. A a continued on Page 3 route 36, Mckee a is Yue Ngung lager a Light lager 24 pack a a �20�m now shuns 12 Max weekdays till 10pm Fri and sat till 10. 30pm a in Central a real estate services us pc a to to m up i a i be Row Haim �?Tn1 a Quint ask to to min i Isact Tat �1 al a a Taj to tuner or Shawnee Vinyl Man rom a twi a vhf Yehh we Tow no Chi tort honest posing ova Lity workmanship Call 623-1835 Claysburg Pioneer Days celebrate past i 1 Gazette photos Elizabeth Coyle Claysburg Pioneer Days at the Claysburg american in Gion saturday offered visitors the Chance to look Back on How things were done in the past. Above left Mona Eckley ii ads the Way in the Hobby horse races and is followed closely by Brenda Marriner left and Nancy Musselman behind Eckley. They All represented Claysburg p.a.t. In the race. Entrants raised Money to enter the race to Benefit . Above right Blacksmith Adam Smith of Schellsburg hammers Awa at a heated double Horseshoe hearts. At far left Danny and Debbie Ebersole of Claysburg assist in the making of noodles for spaetzle. Claysburg american legion Claysburg pa.t. Claysburg education foundation and Claysburg Volunteer fire company sponsored the event. The Day also included a classic and antique car cruise in a rubber Duck race vendors showing and Selling items Chicken Barbecue Small games of Chance and More

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