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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - June 17, 2005, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Jan Ettfer established 1812 192nd year 43 june 2005 uses 04772000 single copy 75 cents a to seek death penalty for Notestine murder by the Gazette staff Bedford county District attorney will seek the death penalty against the Clearville Man accused of kidnapping and murdering Holly District attorney William Higgins filed a notice of aggravating circumstances wednes Day in the Case against Joseph listing two Circum stances that would be brought before a jury to consider if they return a murder Clark was arrested april 30 on the fifth anniversary of notes tines disappearance and charged with her abduction and a 25yearold Mother of was taken from the Home she shared with her Fiance and their two her remains were found March 2004 along an old logging Road in West Providence town ship about two Miles from her prosecutors Are required to give notice they Are seeking the death penalty before formal which will be tomorrow before president judge Daniel the two circumstances that would warrant a death penalty would be that the killing occurred while in the commis Sion of a felony or felonies and that the offence was committed by Means of according to Higgins court prosecutors will give evidence As to the specifics of the aggravating circumstances if a guilty verdict is Notestine suffered Stab wounds to her Back and Pelvic As Well As multiple fractures to the ribcage and according to in the most recent murder the prosecution filed the continued on Page 8 graduates March at Everett Bison grads termed Nice by Jennifer Stup Gazette staff writer Bedford High school Stu family and friends Gath ered on the High school foot Ball Field under a sunny sky tuesday evening to graduate its Nice according to school superintendent Pat what is Nice Crawford asked of the 2005 graduating does it make better grades higher sat scores Crawford explained that once he got to know this particular it All fell you Are Nice is kind and consider he thou have raised the bar and set the level pretty Many classes will be measured to the class of Bedford graduated 131 Stu dents during the including two Ryan Krauss and Christopher Stiffler served together As co each of them delivered an address to their fellow Krauss had several goals for his specifically to be Quick and to the but also in Good humor to address his class with one final Hoo our strength rides on peo ple Krauss we have befriended teachers and opened ourselves to underclassmen As the world is full of and we have mastered for the last Day As a senior at Bedford High school was when his graduation speech i realized that i dont have to make a i get to make a he in preparing for this Stiffler said he had forgotten the Honor behind the Stifflersr message to the class of 2005 its not about the finished product in its the journey along the on Page 7 Gazette Stup surrounded by family and a 131 students gathered on the Bedford High school football Field for the class of 2005 graduation ceremony tuesday Gazette Maust Everett class of 2005 valedictorian Rebecca Stuckey was one of the student speakers for Everett High schools graduation tuesday Warrior grads see choices by Sharyn Maust Gazette managing editor Everett endings and and a 50th were All part at the Everett High school class of 2005 graduation Everett graduated 108 seniors in a class that superintendent Dan Koontz said had achieved acknowledged a com in addition to meeting school graduation they achieved the stat established proficiency carried out senior projects and completed the most academically challenging and most technologically enriched curriculum the District has Ever percent of the class Are going on to pos Sec Mondary training or education and 25 percent of the class has already completed Colleg level Koontz it was Koontz task to Intro Duce the class Rebecca and Saluta Tori Jacob but the graduation Cere monies before the packed foot Ball Field bleachers also marked the last gathering for he is retiring after being blessed with a career of 35 years in the Everett school Dis he thanked everyone from students to District residents for the Opportunity and Privi lege to serve and encouraged the class of 2005 to stay Young by continuing their lifelong other speakers during the evening marked the passage of commencement speaker Joyce a retired Everett elementary spoke about comparisons and choices Between her class and the class of Criswell was a member of the last Everett class to Grad uate from the old Everett Southern joint High school on North Spring Street in on Page 8 county geta911 upgrade funding by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor when a wreck occurs on the Pennsylvania dispatchers at Bedford county control receive dozens of cel Lular phone Calls from passers in Many the callers dont know where they Are to give the control Center a Loca Tion to Send emergency per but that will be differ ent in several months As bed Ford county Steps into enhanced 911 dispatching for cellular by the end of its possible the county will have computer aided dispatch Abili ties for both cellular and land line said Dan Bedford county emergency services the county commissioners said tuesday the county received a Grant through the Pennsylvania emergency management Agency to upgrade to compute braided dispatching cad that will give the 911 staff a location on a computerized map on their screen to Send police and ambulance personnel in the event of an when a cellular caller dials the Call is sent to the county controls 623 1105 this will bring up the number of the much like a caller identification service but nothing we have to increase our its going to be a major Datesman the Money comes through Pennsylvania emergency ser vices Agency which collects a fee per phone through cel Lular phone companies to sup port 911 a system that will be statewide events continued on Page 5 Abc disputes sewer charges for schools by Danielle Hart Gazette staff writer new Enterprise Northern be Fords school Board president and superintendent questioned the South Woodbury township supervisors about monthly sewer fees for the District at tuesdays supervisors school Board president Larry Garlock said that he knows the township is trying to give the District a fair but he has a responsibility to the taxpayers to question the Cost to Hook onto the new sewer when the township sent a letter to the District concern ing the sewer Garlock said the figure was 35 edus equivalent dwelling using the same waste water flow rates the District provided to the he said the rate should be 14 he wanted to know where the Dif Ference came Dan Carbaugh from Keller engineers said the township looked at several different ways to Bill the we wanted it to be he he added that when Garlock calculated the districts he was probably using the average water said when they based their figures on the Peak water which is also How they calculated rates for we have to be careful what we do with Carbaugh if for some reason the flow is Over one Day on the monthly average it affects the flow at the treatment superintendent William Wade interjected that based on the current waste water and using the High his calculation equals 29 i understand you want to protect the capacity and Cost of the but i dont want to pay so much that we carry someone Wade we Haven raised taxes in Over eight years and id like to continue he added that if the Cost comes in too the school Board will raise Mill age to help cover the township Secretary Genevieve Zebroski said 1 Edu equals 250 Gallons of waste which represents an average residence in the she added that the continued on Page 5 Everett foundation honors Borough officials by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Everett Frank Dunkle Likely could have moved to any Community after he completed College and his enlistment in the but Everett was his Home and his family tree is rooted Dunkle said he wanted to give Back to the town that provided a comfortable living and a Good Community for his fam since Dunkle has served in various Public serv ice roles for the from his Long tenure As Borough Secretary to councilman and Council his fellow Council member Gale Mccormick and mayor Bernard Stufft will be recognized for their service during an dinner saturday hosted by the Everett area fund at Down River Golf and country Mccormick has More than 15 years As Stufft was appointed As mayor in 1995 then later was elected to a full he was appointed to the Borough in 1995 and elected later that year to a full he was appointed mayor in 1999 and reelected in Dunkle started the foundation As a vehicle to raise Money to further improve the future for this town of and the communities surrounding Ive worked hard for the said who was born in Everett in Everetts been very Good to me and my the Borough experienced a lot of change since Dunkle first took Over As Borough Sec handling the administration of the the Borough for Many for in the Borough constructed a levee Everett was really inundated in Dunkle flood control has saved the town Many Many about 20 years main Street renovation changed the facade of the it meant a lot of older buildings came Down to the Chagrin of some he a current project will continue to bring changes to the town through a housing rehabilitation Grant through Bedfor Fulton hous its been a tremendous project that will have a Posi Tive he there Are times when the Public is critical but Dunkle said As someone who serves in its to be expect dont dare let critics get to he in a id but i try to Combine it a Little bit with Dunkle when people complain about what he Dunkle said he simply asks what have those a lifelong resident of Frank Dunkle will be recognized for his 50 years As a Borough he served As Secre tax collector and Bor Ough councilwoman Gale Mccormick and mayor Bernard Stufft will be Hon ored by the Everett area fund saturday for their critics done to solve the prob Lem Dunkle said its harder and harder to ignite townsfolk to action in the planning commis Sion or other committees for Borough he blames this Lack of interest on too much television and sporting in addition to his Dunkle and his seat on he also is on the hospitals Board of directors and the air Industrial author Hes also served As trustee for his who is in her 16th year on Borough called Dunkle a his knowledge of this Bor Ough is she Ive depended on him for so Many Dunkle can cite precedent for decisions Council is consid ering with an Eye on How it might affect the town in the Mccormick Dunkle served As Borough Secretary until he was appointed to fill a vacancy on Council in october he was elected in november of that year and reelected in 199 and he also served As tax collector for five current Borough manager Ron Wright said Dunkle helped him learn the continued on Page 5
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