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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Bombers attack yemeni mosques a Page 14 a sports pm. 6 former Bedford coach remembered shoppers Quidez Ftp Sall in the card Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75 published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 151 March 21 amp 22, 2015 saturday amp sunday a Bedford woman wants to thank a Young Man who paid for her Purchase at Walmart sunday. The woman who is in her 80s and wished to remain Anonymous said she was going through the checkout with her Purchase sunday about 5 30 or 6 . When she realized she did no to have her credit card and did no to have enough Cash to cover her Purchase of nearly $83. As she was searching her purse the Young Man in line behind her inquired As to How much the Bill was and paid for the items the woman bought. She heard the Man ask a How much is her Bill but the woman said she did no to pay much attention. She was planning to go Home get the credit card and return to pay the Bill. A i turned around and asked a How much is my Bill a a the cashier told her the amount and added a but its the Man accompanied by a Young lady left the store and the woman the Man aided went outside to attempt to thank him but he had gone. Shed like the Man to Contact her so she can repay him or at least thank him again for the random act of kindness. Two students were injured in a school bus Accident Friday. A school bus transporting 27 Spring Cove elementary students crashed at 10 45 . In East Freedom. The collision occurred As the bus was travelling West along Freedom Street within East Freedom. The operator whose name was not provided was attempting to Stop at a school bus Stop. The Roadway was slush Snow covered according to the police report. The Back of the bus Slid counterclockwise and hit a Utility pole. The two students were transported to Nason Hospital due to a complaint of pain. Freedom Volunteer fire company and authority emergency medical services amed assisted at the scene. Suburban propane provided their facility As a command Post. Deaths. Obituaries on Page 14 Koontz Donald Ross 88, of Cherry Hill n.j., formerly of Bedford. Kaminsky Anna Pac szuk89, of Wood. Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn St. 814-623-1151 o "8943060010 3 first Day of Spring brings More Snow Boston apr just when flowering bulbs were poking out their Heads and Snow shovels were getting a Well deserved rest Winter weather has returned. And on the first Day of Spring no less. Forecasters say a storm dumped up to 6 inches of Snow on the mid Atlantic and Northeast on Friday. New England will be on the lower end of the Snow totals but even Boston which has seen a record 108.6 inches of Snow could get an Inch or More. In typical regional fashion new englander said they re tired of cold and Snow but Deal. A a in a sick of it a said Donna Bohan 52, a lifelong South Boston resident. A i want to not have to Wear my boots and i want to be Able to take a Nice walk. But we can handle a bit More. We re new englander. We re South Central Pennsylvania received up to 6 inches of Snow Friday said meteorologist a continued on Page 3 Gazette photos Mindy Gates Frank Hammond of Mench shovels the sidewalks outside of Lowers pharmacy in Everett. Although he said he is hopeful it is the last Snow of the Winter a it is what it is either the onion or Robin Snow. We Are probably in for one or two More before its Over for the year a Hammond said. New tracking rules require chemical list disclosure Washington apr the Obama administration said Friday it is requiring companies that Drill for Oil and natural Gas on Federal lands to disclose chemicals used in Hydraulic fracturing the first major Federal regulation of the controversial drilling technique that has sparked an ongoing Boom in natural Gas production but raised widespread concerns about possible groundwater contamination. A Rule to take effect in june also updates requirements for Well construction and disposal of water and other fluids used in tracking As the drilling method is More commonly known. The Rule has been under consideration for More than three years drawing criticism from the Oil and Gas Industry and environmental groups alike. The Industry fears Federal regulation could duplicate efforts by states and hinder the drilling Boom while some environmental groups worry that lenient rules could allow unsafe drilling techniques to pollute groundwater. A continued on Page 5 hospitals tax scofflaws targeted in medicare Deal Washington apr House aides released an out line late Friday of an emerging Bip Artis it a Deal shield ing physicians from medicare cuts and pumping More funds to popular programs for children s health and Community health centers. In a first hint of some of the measures Fine print the Bare Bones summary said lawmakers would raise Money partly by targeting medicare providers who Are tax scofflaws. In the winners category the agreement would also help Tennessee hospitals serving Large num hers of poor patients and makers of medical equipment who bid for medicare business. The one Page document provides no Price tags and few specifics. But As lawmakers congressional aides and lobbyists have said for Days it would Cost rough $210 billion Over a decade with around $140 billion financed by adding to Federal deficits aides said Friday a continued on Page 5 lining up for fish Gazette photos Elizabeth Coyle dinner guests Are served by from far right Joannne Seese of Reynolds Dale Joan Mcgreevey of Fishertown and Irma Plush of new Baltimore in the line for the lenten fish Fry at the St. John the Baptist Church in new Baltimore. The menu included baked and Fried fish clams and shrimp Green Beans stewed tomatoes Broccoli soup fruit salad bar and More. Coordinator Cathy Smith said about 40 to 45 volunteers help out each of the six weeks of the bsh Fry. At left four year old Daisy Mcclellan enjoys the lenten fish dinner Friday with her aunt and Uncle Sherry and Vernon Mcclellan. Audrey Benning of new Baltimore stirs a third roaster full of Clam chowder for the Large crowd that attended the annual lenten fish Fry at St. John the Baptist Church Friday. Broccoli and cheese soup also was available. More than 350 people had purchased tickets by 6 . Friday evening. Last week organizers said 498 people attended the event. The last dinner will be held next Friday 3 30 to 6 30 . 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