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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 19, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania
A a a. Twill slim a ssh a 3 franciscan friars arraigned a Page 3 a sports pm. 8 Penn state wrestlers enjoy another big Day Paris attacks fugitive arrested a Page 6 a Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75 it published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 211 no. 154 March 19 amp 20, 2016 saturday amp sunday Snow is forecast to return this weekend. After several Days of unseasonably High temperatures the National weather service is calling for temperatures to drop into the upper 20s saturday night. Light Snow May fall at various times Between saturday afternoon and sunday. See weather forecast Page 2. Bedford township will flush water lines in the Springs area next week. Weather permitting the Bedford township municipal authority will be Flushing the Bedford Springs area water distribution system Between 8 . And 4 . March 21 through March 23. The area includes Back Springs Road the topsides development and Sweet Root Road. Customers May experience a slight fluctuation in water pressure while the fire hydrants Are flushed. The procedure is intended to flush out any line sediment while also checking valves for proper operation. Residents Are reminded to be aware of the township., employees safety and their vehicles while they Are performing the system maintenance. Part two of handels a a Messiah will be performed sunday. The dutch Comer concert choir with the support of the dutch Comer history group will Host a sing along of part two of Handel s a a Messiah on March 20, beginning at 2 ., at Messiah lutheran Church in dutch Corner. Terry Osman will accompany on piano and Frank Antonson will direct. For More information Google Frank s school 5.85.1. Deaths. Miller Verna wilds beale89, of Hyndman. Rinard Christine l., 93, of Bedford died Friday March 18, 2016 at a pm Altoona Hospital. Full obituary in mondays Gazette. Arrangements by the Timothy a. Berkebile funeral Home in Bedford. Visit us Gedfon Gazette wow. 03 final fish Fry a makes for a sizzling evening at right Friday was the final fish Fry dinner at St. Johns Parish in new Baltimore. Shown Are Bill Seifert Mark Schech Debbie Seifert and Dottie Ely All of Somerset other area churches that will be hosting fish Fry dinners next week include the immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Dudley Imler fire Hall. Gazette photos Erin Thompson at left Are from left Judy Jonathan and Dick Wanger of Somerset. At right is Carol Hillegas of Manns Choice serving food to Dave Berkey of Johnstown. Former local car dealer is sentenced to state prison by Andrew Carr Gazette associate editor holding Back tears a former Bedford county car dealer apologized to the Many victims of his fraudulent activity before being sentenced to state prison on charges of theft and fraud in Bedford county court on Friday. Anthony c. Roy 53, former owner of Tony Roy Auto sales previously located at 10241 Lincoln Highway Everett was sentenced to three to 12 years in state prison by judge Travis Livengood As Well As 14 years probation after pleading guilty to dozens of charges against him in january. Roy pleaded guilty to 34 charges in three separate cases including counts of felony theft by deception four counts of felony forgery one count of felony theft by failure to make required disposition of funds 17 counts of Misdemeanour theft by deception and one count of Misdemeanour dul he was facing More than 640 felony and Misdemeanour charges As Well As 1,040 sum Gazette photo Andrew Carr Anthony Roy sentenced to state prison on Friday is led out of the Bedford county courthouse following his sentencing of theft and fraud charges stemming from an investigation into his business practices As the owner of Tony Roy Auto sales. Mary title and administrative violations stemming from the investigation into deceptive business practices. Police said the incidents took place Over a three year period and included theft and fraud of vehicles. He was also ordered to pay More than $310,000 in restitution to both businesses and customers alike. A continued on Page 5 Barber shop offers Beer with Cut by Casey Kelly Indiana Gazette Indiana a. Apr a new Indiana business is aiming to revamp the old fashioned Barber shop into a place that men of All Ages will look Forward to going to whether its for a haircut the environment or the cold draft Beer that comes with every Standard adult Cut. Indiana native Matt Kowchuck who said he has been cutting hair for 20 years opened Matts cuts at 580 Philadelphia St., last month. A no matter what i wanted they a still give me what they Felt like giving me a Kowchuck said about his various childhood Barber shops and hair salons. A one time they snipped my ear and i got a couple stitches. That was in november so i asked for a pair of clippers for Christmas and in be been cutting hair Ever eventually Kowchuck began cutting hair for Many of his friends and family. About eight years ago they encouraged him to make cutting hair his career. He did a Barber apprenticeship went to cosmetology school and later opened his first Matt s cuts in Nanty Glo which is still open. To set his shop apart from the Competition Kowchuck designed Matts cuts to have an a continued on Page 5 us sets record for failures to find files when asked o "89430.6001 / 3 by Ted Bridis and Jack Gillum associated press Washington apr the Obama administration set a record for the number of times its Federal employees told disappointed citizens journalists and others that despite searching they find a single Page requested under the Freedom of information act according to a new associated press analysis of government data. In More than one in six cases or 129,825 times government searchers said they came up empty handed last year. Such cases contributed to an alarming measurement people who asked for records under the Law received censored files or nothing in 77 percent of requests also a record. In the first full year after president Barack Obama selection that figure was Only 65 percent of cases. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Friday he was not familiar with the figures showing How routinely the government said it can to find any records although the Justice department also highlighted them in its own performance report. Earnest said Federal employees work diligently on such requests and renewed his earlier complaint that the . Records Law has never applied to Congress since it was signed into Law 50 years ago by president Lyndon Johnson a d Socrat. A Congress writes the rules and they write themselves out of being accountable a Earnest said. 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