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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - November 06, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaA Nhy rating Hometown life inside Tuskegee airmen sports Bedford Abc win pm. 8 Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75<i published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 206 no. 40 november 6 amp 7, 2010 saturday amp sunday jobs crisis eases but Economy Mak Daylight saving time ends sunday. Don forget adjust your clocks Back one hour before going bed saturday night. The change will occur at 2 . Sunday nov. 7, when we revert Back Standard time. The count of tuesday s election was on the Mark. Peg Koenig elections director said the recount of 2 percent of the votes came out practically perfect. The count of Woodbury township a total of 369 votes cast showed the county was off by one vote in one of the races. Christmas Parade will be held in Everett at 10 . Nov. 27. The theme is Quot an old fashioned the Parade sponsored by the Everett area better business association will form in the parking area at the top of 4th Street and proceed South on North Spring Street turning onto East main Street. Members of the Parade committee will be there assist with the lineup. As part i of the Winter fest activities. Entertainment will begin at 9 . And continue throughout the Day. There will be Craft and food vendors indoor children s activities balloons and magic by Denny Huber and a Chain saw Carver. The Day s events will conclude at 2 . For More information or Register for the Parade Call Ruth at 652-6961 or Stop in at Everett shoe sales and repair by nov. 24. Claysburg Kimmes elementary student Cox mail is collecting Coats. Student Council is collecting gently used Winter Coats in All sizes through nov. 10 at the elementary school for its bundle up project. Coats will be available for pickup for anyone in the Community in need of a Winter coat on nov. 11 from 4 6 . At the elementary school s Lei. The school is located at 240 cd elementary dr., Claysburg. The red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Bedford american legion on monday nov. 8. Hours for the Bloodmobile will be from noon 6 . And the legion is asking All eligible donors participate in this program. Deaths. Obituaries on Page 18. Berkhimer Sally j. Bridges68, of Blue Knob. Hechler William t., 46, of Cessna. Miller Harry a., 55 of Vickie blvd., Bedford died Friday november 5, 2010. Obituary in monday s edition of the Gazette. Arrangements by Mickle Geisel funeral Home Schellsburg Reed William h. Jr., 87, of Verona. Washington apr the Economy added 151,000 jobs last month a the Best showing since april but Only about half what it would take put a noticeable Dent in unemployment. Two big questions what will it take for businesses hire that vigorously again and when Randll that be with Congress facing gridlock some economists say it will be at least a year before companies gain enough Confidence hit the Sweet spot of 300,000 new jobs a month. That s what it would take reduce the unemployment rate by a full percentage Point Over a year. Quot it could be another year or two Quot says Paul Ashworth senior . Economist at capital economics. Quot hopefully i m wrong and the Economy catches fire but you d have be a pretty Brave Man predict that s going happen. The unemployment rate held steady for the third straight month at 9.6 percent in october the government said Friday. The private sector added 159,000 jobs also its Best performance since april. Retailers added 28,000 and health care firms 24,000. Financially ailing local governments shed 15,000 jobs. Mark Zandi chief economist at Moody s analytic holds out Hope that Quot the preconditions Are coming into place for much better Job growth. Big companies midsize companies Are very a continued on Page 5flag at Center of lawsuit by Elizabethk her Gazette staff a Riter As the Bedford county historical society gears up for exhibits and events commemorating the civil War they Are also in the beginning stages of a litigation. On thursday the historical society filed a lawsuit against Bedford Borough in an Effort gain historical items that Are said belong them but Are believed be located in various locations a thin the Borough. According Gillian Leach executive dii Ector Many of the items were stored distributed and misplaced when different generations of the historical society disbanded and reformed. The historical society was formed in the 1890s, known As the Pioneer historical society of Bedford county said Leach. At some Point Between the 1890s and Early 1900s, the historical society disbanded and the items were a continued on Page 3 a Gazette file photo this Confederate Battle Flag is the Centrepiece a at least in the Short term a of the lawsuit filed by the Bedford county historical society against Bedford Borough. The society wants display it during an upcoming civil War exhibit. A court hearing on that request is scheduled for monday. The photograph was taken at a local Bank in 2005. County sees jobless rate drop by the Gazette staff Bedford county s unemployment rate dropped below 10 percent in september according the latest local figures from the state department of labor and Industry. The unadjusted rate dropped by one Point from 10.3 percent in August 9.3 percent in september. It was the first time since april that the jobless rate has fallen below 10 percent. There also was a decline in the seasonally adjusted rate but that drop was from 11.1 10.4 percent. According the department s analysis the adjusted rates More clearly reflect the underlying Economy of the area a and that s a 300 400 person difference when counting residents working or unemployed and seeking jobs. A continued on Page 5 gop seeks cuts pay for jobless benefits Washington apr newly empowered republicans want spending cuts of $5 billion $6 billion a month As a condition for extending emergency unemployment benefits that Are scheduled expire next month for millions of americans. Up 2 million people could lose the benefits a which average $310 a week nationwide a during the Holiday season if the still democratic controlled Congress does act in the postelection lame Duck session. The expiration could affect As Many As 5 million by the end of february. With new employment Fig ures Friday showing 14 million americans still out of work last month and an unemployment rate stuck at 9.6 percent president Barack Obama renewed his Call for another Extension Quot help those hardest hit by the downturn while generating More demand in the but there s no Way that Senate Republican Leader Mitch Mcconnell and other gop senators would support an Extension unless they re accompanied by equivalent spending cuts Mcconnell spokesman Don Stewart said. Every recession since 1950 has featured an extended fed eral benefits program financed with deficit dollars. That s a precedent democrats refused break when battling with republicans for months earlier this year extend the program through nov 30. Two Maine republicans a continued on Page 5 Hurricane adds Haiti s woes 4 killed port a Prince Haiti apr Hurricane Tomas flooded Camps of earthquake refugees turning some into squalid islands Friday As it battered Haiti s Rural Western tip while largely sparing the vast homeless encampments in the shattered capital. Aid workers rushed guard against the spread of disease As the storm moved into the Region where thousands Are infected with cholera. Driving 85 mph winds and a lashing storm surge battered Leorane a Seaside town West of port a Prince that was 90 percent destroyed in the Jan. 12 earthquake. In one refugee Camp dozens of families carried their belongings through thigh High floodwaters a taxi stand on higher ground huddling under blankets and a sign that read Quot Welcome Quot we got flooded out and we re just waiting for the storm pass. There s nothing we can do Quot said Johnny Joseph a 20-year-old resident. Four deaths were confirmed by haitian officials All people attempting Cross Rivers by car or on foot in the mountainous Region the West of Leorane on Haiti s far southwestern tip. Two More people were missing in Leorane. Tomas had earlier killed at least 14 people in the Eastern Caribbean. On Friday it came ashore As a category 1 Hurricane pummelling Haiti s a continued on Page 7 map photo people Wade through a flooded Street during the passing of Hurricane Tomas in Leorane Haiti Gazette 424 w. Penn st. 814-623-1151buying or sell nip Gail us Bedford county s largest real estate company 0 a any size any style a lifetime a array a insulated Vinyl Frame a double or triple pane win Ost Trefun. M �?�814216-9388 a i Mimi weather today a the forecast mostly Cloudy with a 20 percent Chance of Snow showers. Highs in the lower 40s, Northwest i winds 5 10 mph. Saturday night mostly Cloudy. Lows in the upper 20s. Northwest winds 5 10 mph. Tomorrow a mostly sunny highs in the upper 40s. West winds 5 10 mph. Sunday night partly Cloudy. Lows in the lower 30s. West winds around 5 mph. The Outlook a monday mostly sunny highs in the mid 50s. Monday night mostly Clear. Lows in the mid 30s. Tuesday sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Tuesday night mostly Clear. Lows a the mid 30s. Wednesday sunny. Highs Aro Imd 60. Wednesday night partly Cloudy. Lows in the upper 30s. Veterans Day mostly sunny. A highs around 60

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