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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - December 04, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaF celebrating Hometown life inside sister Schubert sports girls soccer All stars pm. 6 weekend extra libary donation Gazette Quot weekend Bedford a. 75 published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 206 no. 64 december 4 amp 5, 2010 saturday amp sunday . Rep. Bill Shuster voted thursday against the j Quot democrats flawed tax thursday s vote on a Bill that would prevent taxes from arising on lower and Middle income wage earners but allow them to go up for people at higher incomes passed 234-. 188, largely along party lines a it had no Chance of passing the a Senate. Quot real tax Relief Means that All americans get the Chance to keep More of their own Money instead of sending a it to Washington to spent recklessly. We Don t need to tax any More we need to spend less Quot Shuster said in a news release. He added that the Bill fails to recognize that Many people who Are Small business owners Law report their business income As personal a income and much of that income goes to payrolls and reinvestment into those businesses. Quot raising taxes on the people who create jobs and drive our Economy is misguided and damaging to our economic recovery Quot Shuster said. The Bedford county chamber of Commerce is holding a technology Vendor show with seminars on thursday dec. 9. The show is being held 9 . To 5 . At old Bedford Village. A seminar schedule and registration information is available calling the chamber at 623-2233 or online at letters for Santa will accepted. Children Ages 10 and younger Are invited to write letters to Santa for publication in the Good news edition on dec. 24. Each letter must include the child s name age and town of residence and May accompanied a photo of the child. The child s name must written on the Back of the photo. Each letter should include a Christmas wish for someone else. Mail letters to Bedford Gazette Santa letters 424 w. Penn st., Bedford a. 15522 or drop them off at the Gazette office in Bedford. Letters and Peg photos also May emailed to . The deadline for submitting letters is dec. 10. No late letters will accepted for publication and should mailed directly to the North pole. Deaths. Obituaries on Page 16 Albright Dora b., 93, of Bedford. Hoover Vincent e., 87, of Osterburg. Kunsman Grace m., 80, of Everett died Friday dec. 3, 2010. Obituary in monday s Gazette. Arrangements Dalla Valle funeral service inc., Everett. Stiffler Mary l., 86, of Martinsburg. Will Eugene to Thomas 59, of Amherst Ohio. Obama faces Economy deficit taxes Washington apr in less than three hours Friday the extraordinary forces tugging at Barack Obama s presidency a and the republicans who will soon take More control of Congress a came into Sharp Relief a sky High jobless rate an out of control deficit and pressure to keep taxes Down. Together they illustrate the difficulty of balancing immediate costly fixes for the Economy with the Long term austerity needed to control the nation s debt at s More Obama must show that his handling of those challenges has been deft enough to earn him four More years in the White House. To sure the competing demands create a conundrum for All of Washington a democrats and republicans alike. But it is the president who has claimed the Mantle of honest broker and the Price would ultimately paid him. Between 8 30 . And 11 . Friday the labor department announced first that november s unemployment rate climbed to 9.8 percent then a majority of the president s deficit commission backed Tough Penny pinching measures to slash $4 trillion from the budget Over the next 10 years. In Between. Democrats and republicans continued to struggle for a Compromise that would extend Bush Era tax cuts. In one Bright spot the Obama administration sealed a Trade agreement Friday with South Korea further opening the 12th-largest Economy As a Market to american goods. The final Deal which eluded the president during his recent trip to Asia is the largest since the North american free Trade agreement with Canada and Mexico negotiated under president Bill Clinton. A continued on Page 5schellsburg Christmas Home tour set Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Schellsburg a the biennial Christmas Home tour returns to Schellsburg this year with three festive Homes on the route along with the former Odd Fellows Hall the beloved old log Church and the United Church of Schellsburg where there will refreshments. In a historic District where 19th-Century architecture is preserved in Many of the Homes churches and businesses visitors will Able to see the architecture and the homeowners flare for Christmas decor. The Tours will dec. 11 and 12 from 1 to 5 . Each Day. Advance Purchase tickets will Cost $8, while tickets at the door will Cost $10. Tickets Are on Sale at country originals at Sto Ryland deep Wood gallery Bedford county visitors Bureau and the Bird s nest Shoppe. Tickets also Are being sold for one of three prizes a quilt made a continued on Page 5 Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle wreaths on the windows a decorated Christmas tree and a Santa statue will Greet visitors to the Murphy Home during the Schellsburg Home tour from 1 to 5 . Dec. 11 and 12. The Cost is $8 per person in Advance of $10 at the growth weak in november Washington apr the nation added Only a trickle of jobs in november far fewer than experts had expected and a reminder that the Economy is still recovering Only fitfully. The Job Market was weak All around stores factories construction companies and financial firms All Cut positions. The unemployment rate nudged closer to double digits again a 9.8 percent after three straight months at 9.6 percent. Employers added 39,000 jobs for the month the labor department said Friday they added 172,000 in october a enough to qualify As a hiring spurt in this anaemic Post recession Economy. Quot just when it was Safe to believe the labor Market was firming and Job growth was coming Back we were reminded that this recovery is proceeding with fits and starts Quot said Joel Naroff president of Naroff economic advisors. A continued on Page 5 Challenge to spill size could affect Fine Washington apr is mounting a new Challenge to the . Government s estimates of How much Oil flowed from the runaway Well deep below the Gulf of Mexico an argument that could reduce billions of dollars the Federal pollution fines it faces for the largest offshore Oil spill in history. By s lawyers Are arguing that the government overstated the spill 20 to 50 percent staffers working for the presidential Oil spill commission said Friday. In a 10-Page document obtained the associated press says the government s spill estimate of 206 million Gallons is Quot overstated a significant amount Quot and the company said any consensus around that number is premature and inaccurate. The company submitted the document to the commission the Justice department and the National oceanic and atmospheric administration. Quot they rely on incomplete or inaccurate information rest in Large part on assumptions that have not been validated and Are subject to far greater uncertainties than have been acknowledged Quot wrote. Quot fully intends to present its own estimate As soon As the information is available to get the science in a statement Friday the company said the government s estimates failed to account for equipment that could obstruct the flow of Oil and Gas such As the Blowout preventer making its numbers Quot highly s request could save it As much As $10.5 billion or As Little As $1.1 billion depending on factors such As whether the government concludes that acted negligently. For context the . Environmental Protection Agency s entire Federal budget for 2010 was $10.3 billion. President Barack Obama has said he wants Congress to set aside some of the Money pays for fines for the Gulf s coastal restoration. Louisiana a continued on Page 3 nutrition Bill could limit fundraisers in schools Washington apr Don t touch brownies a child nutrition Bill on its Way to president Barack Obama a and championed the first lady a gives the government Power to limit school bake sales and other fundraisers that health advocates say sometimes replace wholesome meals in the lunchroom. Republicans notably Sarah Palin and Public school organizations decry the Bill As an unnecessary intrusion on a common practice often used to raise Money. Quot this could a real train wreck for school districts Quot Lucy Gettman of the National school boards association said Friday a Day after the House cleared the Bill. Quot the Federal government should not in the business of regulating this kind of activity at the local the legislation part of first lady Michelle Obama s Campaign to Stem childhood obesity provides More meals at school for needy kids including dinner and directs the agriculture department to write guidelines to make those meals healthier. The legislation would apply to All foods sold in schools during regular class hours including in the cafeteria line vending machines and at fundraisers. It would t apply to after hours events or Concession stands at sports events. Public health groups pushed for the language on fundraisers which encourages the Secretary of agriculture to allow them Only if they Are infrequent. The language is Broad enough that a president s a continued on Page 2 a photo submitted an employee of the Bedford Post office worked Friday afternoon to Brush away a religious message and Symbol that two Young men had chalked on the sidewalk adjacent to the Post office a Short time earlier. One passerby who spoke to the men said they were missionaries representing an area Church and that he got a hostile reaction when he requested that they Stop. The person who photographed this scene described the Graffiti As vandalism of Public property that should Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn st. 814 623 1151 a o bit the Pirfo pm Sci win w f re Mim ii film install i a any size any style i a lifetime warranty j insulated Vinyl frames a double or triple pane pa#012102 weather today the forecast Oste Muro �?�814-216-9388 i a Law pm your him to i mostly Cloudy with a 20 percent Chance of Snow showers. Highs in the mid 30s. Northwest winds around 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. Tonight mostly Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of Snow showers. Lows in the mid 20s. Tomorrow a mostly Cloudy with scattered Snow showers. Highs in the upper 30s. Northwest winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. Chance of Snow 50 percent. Sunday night mostly Cloudy with scattered Snow showers. Lows in the mid 20s. Chance of Snow 40 percent. The Outlook a monday mostly Cloudy highs in the mid 30s. Monday night mostly Cloudy. Lows in the lower 20s. Tuesday partly sunny. Highs in the lower 30s. Tuesday night mostly Cloudy. Lows in the lower 20s

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