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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 26, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania Easter egg Hunt finds its Winner a Page 15 a sports pm. 8ncaa basketball Recap consider adopting a pet today a Page 2 a Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75<fpublished continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 211 no. 160 March 26 amp 27, 2016 saturday amp sunday bobs Creek clean up will take place on april 2 from 8 . To noon. Volunteers Are asked to meet at the pull off along route 869, Between Weyant and Pavia and to Wear boots and clothing appropriate for the weather. Please Contact Tima at 733-2394 with any questions. Bloodmobile Are scheduled. The american red Cross will Host blood drives March 29, Martinsburg elementary school gym 1 30 to 7 . March 30, Penn state Altoona Slep student Center 10 30 . To 4 . April i Saxton fire Hall banquet Hall i to 6 30 . And april 7, Chestnut Ridge Independent Fellowship Church 11 30 . To 5 . Vietnam veterans will gather wednesday. A Welcome Home Vietnam veterans Day gathering is planned for la . March 3d at the Bedford county Vietnam veterans memorial across the Street from the Bedford county courthouse. Veterans family members and the general Public Are invited to attend. Following the ceremony refreshments will be served at the fort Bedford . For additional information Call 839-4649 or 839-2751. Deaths. Obituaries Page 7 Bowman r. Arlene of Sponsler Road Everett passed away on Friday March 25, 2016, at Home. Obituary in monday s edition. Arrangements by Akers funeral Home 299 Ray town Road Everett. Dorner Patricia a., 83, of Bedford. Hall Joan s. Stayer87, of Loysburg. Heacock John f., 86, of Pottsville. Myers Bette b89, of Wood. Wagoner Lois a., 91, of Everett died Friday March 25, 2016, at Carrol s rest Home. Full obituary in monday s Gazette. Arrangements by the Timothy a. Berkebile funeral Home in Bedford. Visit us com Edjor Gazette wow. Bedfor Gazette. Com or&9uzd 600w 3 03 handing off the Torch Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle Bob Mickle left vice president of the Pleasantville recreation Park committee thanks Babs and Jeff Crist and John Morgret for a unwavering commitment toward the Mark mock memorial Park revitalization project. The crisis has been on the committee until last year when they handed the Torch to Mickle and a new Board. Morgret served As construction manager for the project and up fronted Money to pay for a great Deal of the project. The plaque honouring the three will be posted at the new Concession stand at the Park. Mark mock memorial Park has new leaders by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette managing editor Pleasantville a Mark mock memorial Park in Pleasantville has been a Story of revitalization efforts handed from one group of leaders to the next. The Park that lies along route 56 on the West Side of town has seen a series of improvements since the 1960s, though the most significant have come in the past few years. Leaders Hope that latest set of upgrades will provide much More recreational opportunities for the Chestnut Ridge and Bedford areas and beyond. The Pleasantville recreation Park committee organized in 2010 under the auspices of Pleasantville Borough is continuing the efforts of those who helped to establish baseball and softball Fields and Asphalt basketball courts on the property. There a been a recent Handoff of the figurative Torch from Jeff and Babs Crist who became the guiding Force for the Park and its revitalization for years and John Morgret who also remained a a steadfast in his crucial help to Complete the improvements. A their contributions have been absolutely incredible a vie Giovanelli president of the committee said. The rec committee earlier this week presented a plaque to the three thanking them for countless hours and resources they brought to the Park and revitalization project. The plaque will be displayed at the new Concession stand. The crisis and Morgret were sure to Point out All the help the project received along the Way with hundreds of thousands of dollars in donated materials time and equipment. A a lot of people from the Community helped a Jeff Crist said. A a there a a tremendous amount of folks that a continued on Page 7 us moves to increase troops in Iraq is Leader killed by Lolita c. Baldor and Robert Burns associated press Washington apr the Pentagon said Friday it was moving to increase the number of american troops in Iraq amid new strikes this week that killed the islamic states finance minister and other senior leaders. Still top . Defense officials say the deaths wont a break the backs of the extremist group which is in a fierce fight for an ancient City in Syria and claimed responsibility for bombing a soccer stadium in Iraq. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the . Progress in eliminating members of the is a a cabinets was hampering its ability to conduct and inspire attacks against the West. The announcement came As the Battle to retake the syrian City of Palmyra entered its third Day and iraqi forces continued their map photo joint chiefs chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford with defense Secretary Ash Carter Speaks during a news conference at the Pentagon Friday where they announced . Forces killed a senior islamic state Leader among several key members of the militant group eliminated this week. March to recapture Mosul. A suicide bombing in a soccer stadium South of Baghdad killing nearly 30 people underscored the difficult fight ahead. Gen. Joseph Dunford chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told Pentagon reporters that recommendations on ways to increase . Support for iraqis ground fight against a continued on Page 5 responders give emergency tips for Rural residents by Lucille Kentner Gazette staff writer first responders have asked residents in Rural areas of Bedford county to take the time to follow some Basic guidelines in the event of an emergency. When time is of the essence following these suggestions will prevent a delay in care and possibly save a life. Dark houses and Long unmarked lanes Are a cause for concern for ambulance Crews and Tina Walter manager of Southern Cove emergency services and the emergency management coordinator for South Woodbury township. Walter suggested homeowners clearly Mark their residences with reflective Signa. A most fire companies will sell those Metal number signs to put out at the end of driveways a Walter said. A a they re easier for first responders to see than House numbers because of the Walter also said if a particular fire company does no to have the signs to Call another. A it does no to matter where you get it As Long As you have it a she said. In addition to the reflective signs it is always a Good idea to turn on a porch Light to make a House More visible to first responders at night and to Send a car to meet an ambulance if the residence is Down the end of a Long or unmarked driveway. A continued on Page 5 a photo submitted Southern Cove emergency services personnel Are shown during training for patient assessment on a simulator mannequin. They Are left to right Susan Statler Clifford Leid Norman Reiff jr., Glenn Fox and Kendra free. Save your Money done to see a Batman v. Superman by Amanda dash Gazette staff a Batman v. Superman Dawn of Justice promised plenty of action Between two of a cd a biggest heroes but ultimately let Down its viewers in a muddled up mess of Ben Affleck a brooding and a slow plot. Set 18 months after a Man of steel a the world is reeling from the events of general Zodus attack. Between diplomatic interrogations and internal conflict Over his place in the universe Superman can to seem to catch a break. Batman on the other hand is off at Wayne Manor looking for a Way to destroy Superman and his godlike Powers. This is most Likely the most realistic superhero movie Ever made but unfortunately that does no to mean ifs fun for the viewer. Superman being held responsible for the lives of innocents Hurt in International events Isnit what the audience wants to see but it is most Likely what would happen in today a Ever political world. Add in Batman you have two incredibly powerful men who if they just sat Down and talked for two minutes would resolve whatever made up tensions they have Between them. Legitimately there is no apparent motivation for these two to be so angry with each other. 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