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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Educators gather Page 15 a sports pm. 8 Hyndman boys Post another win water fowling North of Border a Page la a Gazette weekend Bedford continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 157 March 28 amp 29, 2015 saturday amp sunday Everett fire department responded to a tree fire at the habitat for humanity a new Home site Friday afternoon. Firefighters were dispatched around 10 30 . To the habitat for humanity a new Home site along hollers Extension where a controlled Burn caught a Large tree on fire nearby. Firefighters were Able to extinguish the fire and Cut the tree Down within an hour. Habitat for humanity held a ground breaking for the Home March 21. Tickets Are still available for the sparkle of Hope Tea and fashion show. The event will Benefit the Tussey Mountain relay for life team and will be held at Lake Ray town resort Lodge and conference Center on april 12 at 2 . Tables that will each seat to people can be reserved by calling Bev Brumbaugh at 658-3988. Tickets will be sold individually As Well All seating will be reserved. Tickets Are $20. Cancer survivors will be modelling fashions from Boscov a of Altoona. Accessories will include Premier designs jewelry. Community easter egg Hunt will be hosted by the Bedford relay for life Friday. The egg Hunt on april 3 will be held at the Everett Assembly of gods Complex behind the Shell station along route 30 East of Everett. Sign begin at la ., and the Hunt will Start at noon. Children Ages 12 and younger Are invited. The free Hunt will feature More than 1,500 stuffed eggs baskets prizes and door prizes. Lunch will be served at la am. Live bunnies will visit. For More information Call 979-7625, visit the Facebook Page or email obituaries on Page 16 Mcghee Betty j., 81, of Dudley. Stasny Dorothy e., 95, of Bedford. Webb Elwood 83, of Fishertown died Friday March 27, 2015, at Home. Obituary in mondays Gazette. Arrangements by Blackburn funeral Home Alum Bank. Judge gives Bishops lawyer More time attorney questions Validity of search warrant arson charge by Jocelyn Brumbaugh Gazette staff writer the attorney for a Hagerstown teen accused of murdering a Hyndman Man in september presented several pre trial motions in Bedford county court Friday afternoon. Attorney Thomas Hooper of Duncansville questioned the Validity of a search warrant his clients right to an attorney and proof of an arson charge against his client. Jonta Bishop 19, is accused of shooting James Deneen 36, in the Back of the head sept. 25 along Fos Silville Road in Buffalo Mills before putting Deneene a body in a car and setting it on fire along Tiger Valley Road just North of Hyndman Borough. Bishop faces charges of criminal homicide arson aggravated assault abuse of a Corpse and other related charges. In january District attorney Bill Higgins filed a notice indicating that he would be seeking the death penalty for Bishop. On Friday Higgins also presented a motion to charge Bishop with robbery not previously included in the charges filed. Because there was an ongoing investigation at the time the original charges were filed against Bishop Higgins said police have acquired sufficient evidence to add the robbery charge. Judge Travis Livengood said he will schedule a hearing to decide on this motion within 60 Days. A continued on Page 3 economic growth mild but durable Washington apr the . Economy a tepid performance last Quarter a a 2.2 percent annual growth rate a was typical of the economic rebound that began in the summer of 2009. Yet the sluggish Pace of the recovery has a Silver lining this growth spurt has proved to be one of the most durable since world War ii. Will it last it la depend on a number of factors in the months ahead including a potential rate hike by the fed the Strong Dollar Oil prices and consumer spending. The Economy a performance in the october december period matched the average growth of the past five years a a lacklustre Pace that has been far lower than the growth gains normally seen coming out of such a deep recession. But like the Turtle versus the Hare slow and steady May win the Day. The current expansion will Mark its sixth anniversary in june meaning it will have already lasted 14 months longer than the average expansion since the end of world War ii. Before the War periods of expansion tended to be Shorter and the Economy More volatile. A this recovery has been disappointing in terms of growth so far but if you Are looking for a Silver lining it is that the slow rate of growth has allowed the Economy to avoid the kinds of excesses that can Lead to Over building Over lending or other problems Quot said Mark Zandi chief economist at Moody a analytic. A we Are a Long Way from a continued on Page 5 family fun at Bedford Bedford elementary school hosted family fan night on Friday along with a of a a Drainer dinner with an a under the sea theme. Proceeds from the dinner will be donated to the multiple sclerosis society. Above left Darcy windows with her face painted for fridays event greets guests walking into the school. At right Barb Loshaw a local Potter teaches Joseph braille How to use his hands to make designs on the pottery As it spins on the wheel. Gazette photos Mindy Gates Chuck George an artist specializing in the Craft of woodcarving tells 14-year-old Luke Lingsch of Bedford about a a few of the tools he uses when creating intricate designs in his carvings. At right after decorating their own Grahm Cracker cookies Nevaeh and Elijah Lohr sit Down and take bites out of their creations.,Gazette photos Mindy Gate science and Art at Ridge Chestnut Ridge Middle school hosted a science fair and Art show Friday evening. Students in grades 5 through 7 volunteered to participate in the science fair. The Art show showcased the pieces of Art created by students in first through seventh Grade. Pictured above. From left Are Nolan and Myles Bowser who stopped to Check out a project about How different liquids change the properties of eggs Alex Rizzo Grade 6, holds a Chick brought in by a classmate for the science fair. And third grader Jaelynn Allen Points out her painting to her grandmother Debbie Hoffman. 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