Herald Standard in Uniontown, Pennsylvania
7 May 2013

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7 May 2013

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Herald Standard (Newspaper) - May 7, 2013, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaServing Fayette amp Greene counties h Erald is Rondard tuesday. May 7, 2013 your local news Leader vol 32 no 239 in kidnapping Case by Josh Krysak Skrysak a state police said an Amber Alert issued saturday afternoon helped police find a 6-year-old boy Early sunday after the child was allegedly kidnapped from the front Yard of his Henry Clay township Home. Trooper Stefani plume said that the child was found near a Park in Westmoreland county about 54 Miles from his Home and that the Amber Alert helped to spread the word about the missing child and gave police in Latrobe information regarding his abduction. As a result of the kidnapping Brian Timothy Lynch 45, of Confluence was charged with two counts of kidnapping rape of a child statutory sexual assault involuntary deviate sexual Intercourse two counts of business big Bank stocks rally Bank of America leads financial issues ahead. B4 private talks pitched Highlands Hospital seeks India with Fayette commissioners. Nation overtime option gop favors Choice Between off and Money. B4 backlash immigration Reform could touch off another protest. C7 Amber Alert helps find 6-year-old unlawful restraint aggravated indecent assault indecent assault endangering the welfare of children and recklessly endangering another person. Trooper Craig Spisak said Lynch and a 17-year-old boy allegedly took the child from his Yard around 2 . Saturday. Police in Latrobe found the child around 1 55 . Near legion Keener Field. Neighbors at the apartment Complex where the alleged abduction occurred declined to comment monday. Plume said that the Amber Alert system started being used by police across the country 1996 and is now used in nine countries. She said that Amber is Short for americans missing broadcasting emergency response and is named for Amber Page a3 j. Roberto m. Esquivel Herald Standard this photo shows the apartment building in Henry Clay township where police allege a 6-year-old boy was abducted saturday. Lifetime. Good housekeeping any Slie White Vinyl insulated double hum 1 ii is i installed i deaf. And Best the less Quot Max size 4ft. X 6ft. Ask for details. A simply a windows a siding a doors a gutters made in the Usa a right Here in a guaranteed lowest pricing free in Home estimate 814-444-0189 or visit our showroom 313 Plank Road Somerset fully licensed amp insured #pa062252 a #md102197 Matt Livingood locally owned amp operated ask lot Ketcik. I. I see a8. Of Limpi Campaign 2013 treasurer hopefuls discuss responsibilities by Patty Yauger Pya Uger heralds Tankard. Com the decision by current Fayette county treasurer Robert f. A a Bobby Danko not to seek reelection in 2013 has drawn eight candidates to seek the democratic nomination to fill the position in the May 21 primary. Danko opted to retire at the end of the year after serving 24 years in the position. No republicans will appear on the ballot. The candidates include Brad w. Geyer of Connellsville Melvin e. Lerch or. Of Franklin township Beth Kerns Patton of Bull skin township Thomas Pearson Iii of Smock Lawrence a a Larry Roberts of South Union township Larry j. Russman of North Union township Nancy Lee Wilson of Uniontown and Michael Zimcosky of Smock. The candidates recently met with the Herald Standard editorial Board to share their views about the need to retain an Independent office and the qualifications they will employ if elected to the office. While the position is primarily administrative and involves no policy making decisions the candidates said that the elected Row office position should be maintained and not consolidated with similar offices As done in other counties. Zimcosky said that the position is Multi functional and the combining with other offices would make it less efficient and customer Friendly. A when you look at the Many functions of the treasurers office and the other offices it would require More staff and that is not in the Best interest of Fayette county a he said. Kerns Patton said that the office should remain intact with a a honest leadership at the Helm. A it is the Only Way to have that office a she race Page a3 99450 Index business. B4 classified. D5-8 comics d2 Law amp order. A6 obituaries. B2 opinion. A4-5 puzzles d3 sports. Cl-4 obituaries Ainsley Ruth Masontown Ellenberger Carolyn Vanderbilt Miele Patsy jr., Oliver 3 Paes Fawn Republic Roupe Rev. Donald Douglassville Shaw Elvina Uniontown see details on b2 today High 87 Low 55 Greensburg diocese Bishop to announce clergy moves by Frances Borsodi Zajac a Heral Standard. Com in the aftermath of the recently announced Parish restructuring by the roman Catholic diocese of Greensburg that includes several Fayette county churches the Bishop will announce decisions on clergy appointments in Early june. Jerry Zufelt managing director of the diocesan office of communications said monday that the clergy personnel Board will hold a series of meetings and make recommendations to Bishop Lawrence e. Brandt to fill vacancies due to the restructuring and retirements. The Bishop will make the final decisions. Decisions on buildings affected in the restructuring will be made by individual parishes with diocesan approval after the changes take place on june 25. The diocese which includes Fayette Westmoreland Armstrong and Indiana counties announced a series of changes Friday afternoon that affect Joel Brewton St. Hedwig Catholic Church Smock will be closed under a restructuring plan released by the roman Catholic diocese of Greensburg last week. Several Fayette county parishes. They include the establishment of St. Francis of Assisi Parish Western Fayette county with worship Sites in footed ale and Masontown. That will include merging six parishes into one All saints in Masontown our lady of perpetual help in Leckrone holy Rosary in Republic Madonna of Czestochowa in Cardale St. Procopius in new Salem and St. Thomas in footed ale. In addition the diocese is closing St. Hedwig Parish in Smock and partnering St. Joseph in Everson with St. John the Baptist in Scottdale. The restructuring takes into consideration the number of Active priests which is currently 67, Down from 101 in 2000. Accounting for deaths sickness ordinations and departures the diocese projects the number of Active priests will be reduced in five years to 48 and to 27 by 2025. Zufelt said four pastorate will be open this Spring due to retirements including one priest the Rev. Richard Karenbauer at St. Florian in United Westmoreland county who retired in january while three More priests in the diocese Are expected to retire. Zufelt is not Able to release those names at this time but said currently no retirements Are expected in Fayette priests Page a7

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