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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - November 13, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaA a it i a i of f a celebrating Hometown life inside on the Brink sports football previews pm. 7 weekend extra local riders compete Gazette Mke Kend Bedford a. 75i published Cott tenuously since 1805. One of America oldest newspapers. Vol. 206 no. 46 november 13 amp 14, 2010 saturday amp sunday Obama seeks jobs for americans Hope for Hyndman schools will hold a Public meeting today. The meeting will take place at 4 . Saturday nov. 13, at Hyndman High school. The informational meeting has been scheduled to raise awareness of the work that has been completed on establishing a charter school and answer any questions people May have regarding the school. Diabetes health fair will be held today. A pm Bedford memorial will Host the fair from 7 to 11 . In the Hospital cafeteria. The event will provide free Eye exams foot exams peripheral vascular disease screenings diet information exercise plans information about diabetes pressure Point testing of the feet along with samples of diabetic footwear Carbon dioxide testing for smokers and free season flu and Neu Monax injections for people with diabetes. A cooking demonstration will be offered at 9 . Work has been completed on the route 1010 Woy Bridge rehabilitation project. Penn Dot District 9 announced that the $1.8 million project on the Woy Bridge in West Providence township is finished. The work was financed with Federal funds from the american recovery and reinvested act and it included a deck replacement steel repairs substructure repairs painting and some Roadway approach work. Brayman construction corp. Of Saxon Burg Butler county was the contractor. In District 9 six counties Penn Dot is using More than $47 million of the Federal stimulus funds on 21 projects. Construction on the Street scape project will resume in Bedford at 7 . Monday. According to downtown Bedford inc., work on sidewalks lighting Trees banners and benches will be on Juliana Street Pitt Street and Richard Street. Businesses will remain open throughout the project. Deaths. Obituaries on Page 16. Beck Grover c. Jr., 86, of friends Cove. Eyler Clarence r., 73, of it East Freedom. Lafferty Thelma 85, of Frederick md., formerly of Bedford. Mock Harry v., 42, of Bedford. Nave Ola Mae 98, of Lake Gordon Road. Pavlov Daniel Carl 69, of new Paris. Schwarz Jeanne s., 81, of Cumberland my. Yokohama Japan apr president Barack Obama appealed to asian leaders saturday for greater Access to fast growing markets proclaiming quot the United states is Here to stay quot saying its Prosperity is tied inextricably to its Pacific trading partners. Quot America is leading again in Asia quot Obama told a gathering of chief executives at the Asia Pacific economic cooperation forum stressing anew his goal of doubling . Exports Over the next five years. Quot for America this is a jobs strategy quot the president said. Quot in this Region the United states sees a huge Opportunity to increase our exports in some of the fastest growing markets in the at the same time Obama said that healthy Competition need not cause ruptures in relationships Between and among nations. Quot there no need to View Trade Commerce or economic growth As Zero sum it game Day at Everett Library by Elizabeth Kohler Gazette staff writer More than 1,800 libraries and counting across the world will participate in the american Library association third annual National gaming Day including the Everett free Library. On saturday nov. 13 from 9 . To 4 ., the Everett free Library will be participating in National gaming Day for their third time. According to Judy Hillegas director the Library takes part in the Day by providing a variety of Board games and card games. Board games that win be available at include scrabble aggravation boggle and Mandala. People can also enjoy card games such As monopoly Deal picture a card game and scrabble slam said Hillegas. Snacks will also be available. Hillegas said that the Library has continued to participate in the Day since they open All Day on saturday and it gives the Community an Opportunity to experience the Library. This Day gives an Opportunity to families to join others in making time to play together while meeting new people and trying out new games in a Safe and Friendly atmosphere said Hillegas. A continued on Page 3 Gazette photo Elizabeth Kohler Eleni m. Levan 20, of Everett sets out some of the games that will be played at the Everett free Library on saturday from 9 . To 4 . As part of the american Library association third annual National gaming Day. Levan does her work study at the Library for Penn state University Altoona where she is a communications major. Games where one country always has to Prosper at the expense of another quot the president said. Quot the Story of Asia Over the last few decades is the Story of change rapid and trans formative that it May be without precedent in human history quot Obama added. A continued on Page 5 . Minister local woman arrested on rape charges by the Gazette staff a North Carolina minister and Bedford county woman were arrested recently for the alleged rape and sexual exploitation of a local girl who was 11 years old when the incidents occurred. The Rev Walter Donald Bradshaw 61, of Lexington ., and a 51-year-old woman whose name is being withheld to protect the identity of the victim Are being held in the Davidson county prison in North Carolina awaiting extradition. According to state police at Bedford the crimes occurred sometime Between 2007 and into 2008 at the Janey Lynn Motel in Bedford township and Central elementary school in East . Clair township. As a result of an investigation completed by the criminal investigations unit Bradshaw was charged with rape rape of a child involuntary deviate sexual Intercourse involuntary deviate sexual Intercourse with a child aggravated indecent assault a continued on Page 3 Walter Bradsha despite cuts postal service in the red Washington apr the postal service said Friday it lost $8.5 billion last year despite deep cuts of More than 100,000 jobs and other reductions in recent years. The Post office had estimated it would lose $6 billion to $7 Bil lion but a Sharp decline in mail took a toll. Increased use of the internet and the recession which Cut advertising and other business mail meant less Money for the Agency. For the year ending sept. 30, the Post office had income of $67.1 billion Down $1 billion from the previous fiscal year. Expenses totalled $70 billion a decline of about $400 million. The Post office also was required to make a $5.5 billion payment for future Retiree health benefits. Quot Over the last two years the postal service realized More than $9 billion in Cost savings primarily by eliminating about 105,000 full time equivalent positions a More than any other organization anywhere quot chief financial officer Joe Cor Bett said in a statement. Quot we will continue our relentless efforts to innovate and improve efficiency. However the need for changes to legislation relations and labor contracts has never been More a continued on Page 3california Man nears end of happiness trek by Jennifer Howard Gazette staff writer one Man is paving quot the Way to happiness quot As he jogs across America finally nearing the end of his journey. John Radich has crossed Europe twice in 1999 and again in 2001, but this is his first trek across his own country. The 56-year-old Monrovia calif., native left Santa Monica on july 4 and entered Bedford county on Friday pushing Forward to Atlantic City . Radich is an Ultra Marathon runner who since 1979, has completed a distance of More than 30,000 Miles. This Jour Ney will add an additional 3,700 Miles to his personal record. Quot it been a lot harder than i expected. You have to motivate yourself to keep going quot he said. His motivation is the Way to happiness an International foundation he has been running to raise awareness for since 1986. Its Mission is to reverse the moral decay in society by providing youth and others with the common sense tools and practical precepts to Lead a successful life. Radich was inspired at age 16 by the Book quot the bunion Derby quot which is based on a True Story about Charles Pyle a sports agent who in 1928 inaugurated the bunion Derby a 3,455-mile foot race from los Angeles calif., to Chicago 111., to new York. Quot these runners raced across America and i was inspired by that quot he said. Quot it was Only held for two years but i told my running coach this is what i wanted to do. He told me to wait for a Good cause and now 40 years later i m fulfilling my Radich started on route 66, known As quot the main Street of America quot and in Chicago 111., a continued on Page 2 Gazette photo Jennifer Howard John Radich pushes his cart full of supplies East on Pitt Street near Dunkle Gulf Friday afternoon. Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn . 814 623 1151buying of Selling Ca us Bedford county largest real estate company Oward Annam Johnston realty phone 18141623-8622 pa�012102 Mif Irmini a we install a any size any style a lifetime warranty a insulated Vinyl frames a double or triple pane 66 hemp eight windows Sott Lenin. M �?�814-216-9388 weather today a the forecast sunny. Highs in the lower 60s. South winds around 5 mph. Tonight Clear in the evening then becoming partly Cloudy. Lows in the mid 30s. South winds around 5 mph. Tomorrow a partly sunny highs in the lower 60s. South winds 5 to 10 mph. Semiday night mostly Cloudy with a 30 percent Chance of showers. Lows in the lower 40s. Southwest winds around 5 mph. The Outlook a monday mostly Cloudy. Highs in the mid 50s. Monday night Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of rain. Lows in the upper 30s. Tuesday Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of rain. Highs in the mid 50s. Tuesday night mostly Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of rain. Lows in the upper 30s. Wednesday partly sunny. Highs in the 50s

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