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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - April 24, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaCelebrating Hometown life inside highways and buy ways move outdoors Page 6 sports racing begins pm. 9 weekend extra tech students at state Gazette Mke Kend Bedford a. 75 published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 205 no. 182 april 24 amp 25, 2010 saturday amp sunday Ariz. Gov. Signs immigration crack Down thirteen Bureau of dog Law enforcement officials will canvass Bedford county april 26-30 to Check for unlicensed dogs and a vaccinated dogs. State Law requires All dogs 3 months of age or older be licensed. The fee is $6 for each spayed or neutered dog and $8 for other dogs. Senior citizens May Purchase a License for $4 for spayed or neutered dogs and $6 for other dogs. Rabies vaccinations Are required for All dogs and any cat that enters a human inhabit ted dwelling Over the age of 3 months. The maximum Fine per violation is $300. Dog licenses Are available through office of Bedford a county treasurer Paula k. Sheirer 200 s. Juana st., Bedford a 15522. The office is open 8 30 . To 4 30 . Weekdays. The Telephone number is 623-4846. Bedford Borough water authority will flush its system next week. A weather permitting the authority will open fire hydrants sequentially to flush the system Between 8 . And 3 30 . Tuesday through Friday. Most customers will experience sporadic periods of discoloured water and those in higher elevations May notice temporary reductions in pressure the authority said in a news release. Any alterations in the Flushing schedule will be announced. . Rep. Bill Shuster says he s got his online covered. Shuster said in an emailed news release that he is taking part in the Quot first Ever House Republican conference new Media Challenge a Competition to strengthen the presence of Republican lawmakers on popular social networking Sites like Facebook and in addition to his official web site at Shuster he already hosts a blog that he says is updated daily with news videos and information at, a youtube Channel at re Shuster and an official Facebook fan Page at . The most recent addition is a twitter Page at , which he says has More than 1,600 people following his posts. He did not say Why he sent this news release to a newspaper. Deaths. Obituaries on Page 16 Beatty Wendy sue 40, of Ridgewood Road new Paris Funkhouser Betty j., 92 of Donahoe Manor Bedford Krieger James m., 80, of Broad top Mountain Road Saxton mock Barbara England 71, of Chambersburg formerly of Bedford Over k. Alton 85, of Homewood at Martinsburg Phoenix apr gov. Jan Brewer ignored criticism from president Barack Obama on Friday and signed into Law a Bill supporters said would take Handcuffs off police in dealing with illegal immigration in Arizona the nation s busiest Gateway for human and drug smuggling from Mexico. With hundreds of protesters outside the state Capitol shouting that the Bill would Lead to civil rights abuses Brewer said critics were Quot overreacting Quot and that she would t tolerate racial profiling. Quot we in Arizona have been More than patient waiting for Washington to act Quot Brewer said after signing the Law. Quot but decades of inaction and misguided policy have created a dangerous and unacceptable earlier Friday Obama called the Arizona Bill Quot misguided Quot and instructed the Justice department to examine it to see if it s Legal. He also said the Federal government must enact immigration Reform at the National level a or leave the door open to Quot irresponsibility by Quot that includes for example the recent efforts in Arizona which threaten to undermine Basic notions of fairness that we cherish As americans As Well As the Trust Between police and their communities that is so crucial to keeping us Safe Quot Obama said. The legislation sent to the Republican governor by the gop led legislature makes it a crime under state Law to be in the country illegally. It also a continued on Page 16 Gazette photos Jennifer Howard United Way of Bedford county executive director Rick Smith Speaks with american red Cross Southern aug denies chapter executive director Jane Gable and local american red Gross program administrator Joanne Leeds prior to Friday s annual allocation luncheon. The american red Cross received $21,328.21 in allocated and designated Arndt a Sci during the 2009-10 Way allocates funds says Campaign successful by Jennifer Howard Gazette staff writer the United Way of Bedford county held its annual allocation Lincheon on Friday handing out More than $87,000 to 14 Community partners. In addition to a successful Campaign executive director Rick Smith said the organization has strive to reduce expenses and Cut operating costs since the event kicked off in order to Quot pass those savings along to our part the 2009-10 Campaign kicked off last August. Quot i am very Happy with the allocations this year and i confident that our partners will be Happy with the allocations As Well Quot Smith said. This year s Campaign goal was slightly lower than in previous years due to a bitter Economy but Smith said he found that people Are still willing to donate to a worthy cause. A continued on Page 3c-k s wrestling Alum Mosser Dies by the Gazette staff Dolan Mosser the 22-year-old former Claysburg Kimmel wrestler who had battled cancer for the past several years died Friday. Friends in the wrestling Community confirmed that Mosser s health had deteriorated recently. Friday he collapsed and was rushed to an Altoona Hospital where he died. Other details were not available Friday evening. Mosser was a 2006 graduate of Claysburg Kimmel High school. He was first diagnosed with acute Lymph Blastic Lymphoma tutors and leukaemia in 2007, and then developed a new chemo resistant cancer. Through aggressive treatment the cancer was pushed out and Mosser went into a remission that lasted about a year and a half according to his aunt Lori King in a december 2009 Gazette article. In the Spring of 2009, Mosser made a trip to Johns Hopkins where doctors found a third Type of cancer called am leukaemia. Eventually the cancer became immune to chemotherapy and doctors told Dolan and his family that nothing else could be done. Dolan refused to Stop fighting and requested that doctors try another option a risky clinical trial. A Bone marrow transplant from his older brother was performed eliminating 96 percent of the can Gazette file photo Dolan Mosser cer. While recovering from the transplant Dolan returned to Johns Hopkins each week for blood work and was taken off of anti rejection drugs in an Effort to strengthen his immune system. Several Community members and organizations have raised Money to help fund Mosser s recovery Over the years. As part of their senior project at Chestnut Ridge senior High school then students Brooke Mccoy Brooke Igou and Kaci Batzel presented a Check to Mosser for nearly $5,000 on March 4, 2008. To a continued on Page 16 both sides lobby on Day of prayer Madison wis. Apr la Pray or not to Pray at s the Issue government leaders across the country Are facing after a Federal judge railed that the National Day of prayer set for May 6 was unconstitutional. The rung can t take effect until All appeals Are exhausted but that s not stopping atheists and prayer advocates from firing off letters emails and even planning to put up billboards to convince state and local leaders across the country to see things their Way. Nothing s changing in Topeka kan., says mayor Bill Bunten. Quot some of these judges have lost their Way Quot Bunten said. Quot every Day is a Day of prayer in most Kansas lives whether they Are Christian or Muslim or jewish or whatever and to say that a prayer Day is illegal is just ridiculous. That judge better go Back and red some history about How this country was Fon de. Next thing you know we won t be Able to is god bless Erica Quot the ruling raised a juror among religious advocacy groups who say the Day has become an american tradition. And the Guinou Cement this week by president Barack Obama s administration that it would Appeal galvanized atheists a continued on Page 5conference Center steel going up Gazette photo Holly Claycomb construction is underway on a $7.5 million conference Center and lodging project at White Fulfur Springs. The new heritage House just up the Hill from the existing Harrison House is expected to be completed by Early next year. White Fulfur Springs located outside of Manns Choice has been operated by the officers of Christian Fellowship since 1978 and serves As its Eastern Headquarters. The Center serves As a Retreat for military families who have members serving abroad in countries such As Iraq and Afghanistan. For More information Call 623-5583 or visit the web site . Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn st. 814-623-1151 03 3 / / Ami i n rim i v a a -��?�-�.j. $199,900weather today the forecast Johnston phone 81416238622 widespread showers mainly in the afternoon. Cooler with highs in the lower 50s. Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90 percent. Tonight showers Likely in the evening then periods of rain after Midnight. Areas of fog after Midnight. Lows in the mid 40s. Chance of rain near 100 percent. Tomorrow a periods of rain along with areas of morning drizzle then showers Likely along with a Chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Areas of fog. Not As Cool with highs in the mid 60s. Southeast winds. Chance of rain near 100 percent. Sunday night Cloudy with areas of drizzle. Showers Likely along with a Chance of the Der storms in the evening then a Chance of Light rain after Midnight. Areas of fog. Lows in the upper 40s. Chance of rain 70 percent. The Outlook a monday areas of morning drizzle. Showers. Highs in the upper 50s. Chance of rain 80 percent. Monday night showers mainly in the evening. Lows in the lower 40s. Chance of rain 80 percent. Tuesday Cloudy. Showers Likely mainly in the morning. Highs in the mid 50s. Chance of rain 70 percent. Tvs essay night mostly Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Lows in the upper 30s

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