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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Titusville, Pennsylvania The Titusville Herald Titusville pa., saturday september 5,2015 Page 3 jobless rate Falls to 7-year Low fed move still unclear Washington a -U.S. Unemployment fell to a seven year Low of 5.1 percent last month but hiring slowed a a mixed bag of news that offers few clues to whether the Federal Reserve will raise Rock Bottom interest rates later this month. The labor department report issued Friday was closely watched because it will be the last snapshot of the Job Market before the fed meets in two weeks. And Overall it painted a picture of an Economy growing at a modest but steady Pace seven years after the great recession. But it Wasny to the unambiguous signal Many on Wall Street were hoping for. The unemployment rate fell from 5.3 percent in july to its lowest Point since 2008 and is now at a level fed officials say is consistent with a healthy Economy. But employers added a moderate 173,000 jobs in August the fewest in five months. A anyone hoping today a data would Clear up the timing of the feds first rate hike in years will be sorely disappointed a said Megan Greene chief economist at John Hancock asset management. Nevertheless the Prospect of higher interest rates weighed heavy on the Stock Market Friday with the Dow Jones Industrial average plunging 272 Points or 1.7 percent. Higher rates Rise would most Likely push up borrowing costs for mortgages and other Loans for Consumers and businesses and some on Wall Street fear that could put a Damper on corporate profits and the larger Economy. Fair Bingo building. Also on monday Between 8 and 9 ., sign U.S for the at Rodeo will be held with the Rodeo set for 9./ other monday highlights include a 10 30 ., sign U.S for obstacle course ill ., weigh in for horse pull and the obstacle course for Ages 4 to 9 a noon obstacle course Ages to to 14 a noon to 4 ., Pony rides. The fair officially opens at i ., with the ride a Rama and horse pull. At 2 ., a Rabbit dress up contest will be held. Other afternoon and evening events include a 5k race big wheel race bake goods auction and a Bike give away. The big event on monday evening will be the crowning of the Spartansburg fair Queen and Princess at 8 On tuesday buildings and exhibits will open at 9 ., with judging of Dairy cattle at to and judging of Riding horses and ponies shown at Halter at i Registration for the Garden tractor pull will be held from 5 to 7 Judging of sheep will begin at 6. Also at 6, the football throw will be held for All Ages at the baseball Field. In addition at 6 ., draft horse cart classes will be held in the Arena the exhibitors versatility horse show will be held in the warm up Arena and Parade entries will be taken from 6 to 9 ., in the Home show building 2. The Garden tractor pull will be held at 6 30 The musical entertainment for the evening will be a still waiting and a the flock on stage from 7 30 to to On wednesday buildings and exhibits open at 9 ., with judging of goats at to At 5 ., judging of draft horses will be held and Parade entries will be taken in Home show building 2, from 6 to 9. A truck pull will be held at the pulling track at 7 also at 7, there will be a basketball shoot at the baseball Field. Thursday is senior citizens Day All senior citizens Juge 62 and Over will receive free admission to the fair until 5 The Days activities include games and prizes will be held for senior citizens from to To noon the a junk Rock band will perform on the stage at 12 30 And at 2 ., the senior citizen King and Queen contest will be held. Other events include 4 30 to 6 30 ., weigh in for the antique tractor pull at Scales classes 5,500 pounds and under through 12,000 pounds and under the a junk Rock band performs again at 5 30 Exhibitors horse show at 6, at the Arena also at 6, the draft horse obstacle hitch class in the warm up Arena and at the baseball Field a children a tractor pull will be held at 6, As Well. At 7, the antique tractor pull will be held at the pulling track. Thursday nights entertainment will be the a junk Rock band on stage from 7 to to Fridays events begin at 9 ., with antique tractors on display at the baseball Field. Other events include 4 30 to 6 30 ., weigh in for antique tractor pull at Scales classes 2,500 pounds and under through 5,000 pounds and under 6 ., the woodsman contest will get under Way at 7, the antique tractor pull pulling track will be held. Friday evenings entertainment the a Refuge Rock a country band will perform from 7 to 10 30, on the stage. At 8 30, the hillbilly Horseshoe contest will be held followed at 9, by cow Patty Bingo in the Arena. On saturday the fair opens with the Parade at la ., also at la of roast sandwiches will be sold. Other events include Pony rides from noon to 4 At i ., antique tractors will be on display at the baseball Field and from i to 2 and 2 30 to 3 30, �?om4,�?� a teen Rock band will perform on the stage. Parade winners will be announced on stage at 2, also at 2, the draft horse hitch classes and draft horse versatility classes will be held in the Arena. The demolition Derby will be held at 5 ., on the pulling track. At 8 and to ., the band �?ofdh20�?� will perform on stage. A Lemon pie eating contest will be held at 9, on the Lawn Between the Gazebo and stage and the fair will close at 11 15, with the grand finale of fireworks. Waterford Community fair al. The Waterford Community fair Wal kick off on labor Day at the Fairgrounds located on state route 19, South of Waterford Borough. This fair will include truck and tractor pulls draft horse team hitch classes the popular 4-h and Fra livestock Sale rides games music and of course food. Saturday is senior citizens Day seniors get free admission to the fair from noon to to Case Housholder went before magisterial District judge Andrew fish on tuesday. According to police she allegedly stole $50,000 from the synods Mission investment fund by reportedly writing a Check to Claddagh Glen Lac a dog training business she owns. Police report that she also allegedly made unauthorized personal purchases and Cash withdrawals that went Back to 2009, and totalled More than $40,000, by using a debit card issued to her for Synod business. In the affidavit of probable cause a state trooper said an investigation determined that Housholder unlawfully took More than $100,000 from the Synod. Housholder a position As assistant to the Bishop for administration was terminated on june 9, 2014, for financial misconduct according to the synods website. According to the affidavit a discrepancy was discovered Between the amount of funds received by the evangelical lutheran Church in America Elca in Chicago and the amount reportedly sent by the Northwestern Brevi ties a a open h�tjil1� sunday 1-3 35666 Linda Lane Canad Ohta Lake newly updated 3 bedroom ranch with attached garage dial realty inc Norm Troyer 814-438-3885 Brevi ties a a a a in Observance of labor Day the Herald office will be closed monday september 7th070 _ _ flu Khot Genic Oil Valley internal Medicine 339 West Spring Street september 15th, 16th, and 17th 9am-noon amp Lpm-3 30pm each Day. No appointment necessary established patients Only the Titusville Herald will not be published on monday september 7th a a a a for Sale trailer garage i acre lot Shreve Road Titusville $30,000 814-673-7180 Vowk will be closed saturday amp monday Yard Sale 330 Vernon Pennsylvania Synod. Housholder was responsible for the funds sent to the Elca in Chicago As Well As bookkeeping and accounting for the Synod and funds managed and invested through the Mission investment fund. The affidavit states that Synod treasurer Dennis Yarian began to question Housholder about the funds after discovering that she allegedly stole $50,000 from the synods Mission investment fund account by writing a Check to her Franklin business. According to the affidavit Synod Bishop Ralph e. Jones and Yarian reportedly confronted Housholder on june 9, 2014, about the theft but before they could say anything she allegedly admitted taking the $50,000 and said she was in the process of paying it Back. According to the affidavit information obtained from a search warrant showed that an account was allegedly opened at Farmers National Bank in Titusville under the name a a Nipa Synod a with a Check to the Synod for $50,012.50, donated in december 2012 from an estate. The affidavit states that documents showed that Housholder reportedly opened the account and various checks from it were written and signed by her according to the affidavit the records indicate that All the Money originally in the account was allegedly withdrawn by Housholder and that the Synod has never had a Bank account with Farmers National Bank. The affidavit states that police began the investigation in july 2014 after Synod officials reported the theft. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for sept. 16, in Venango county Central of sept. 6 Robin Weidner Corpus Christi Texas Lucinda Wagner Titusville Tiffany Dingle Titusville Jennifer Turner Titusville Terra Henderson Titusville Heather Caldwell Titusville Andrew Ira Morris Washington Michael Covell jr., Warren Sonya Madden Titusville Jan Hargest Titusville Dorothy Irwin Linesville Shane t. Huffman grand Valley Ella Vargason Titusville Brian m. Lapek Centerville Scott n. Scouten Spartansburg Jed a. Brown Pleasantville Kimberly Downing Titusville Sonya Madden Jacobs Titusville. Johnna Jacobs Titusville Ehren Donovan Spartansburg Tiffany Rae Miller Tennessee birthdays of sept. 7 Johnathon Mccomas dry Ridge by. Susan Ridgway Hydetown Carl Dewoody Dempsey town Martha m. Troyer Spartansburg William Goodwin Erie Travis Servey Titusville Robert j. Hoover jr., Oil City Cindy v. Rog Eureka Calif. Jacqueline Foley Pleasantville Brittany Milligan Titusville Grace Lee Rubaker Centerville birthdays of sept. 8 Sharon l. Livermore Little Cooley mrs. William Goodwin Erie Curtis g. Stewart Ohio Glenn Stufflebeam Corry Arline Foster Corry Blanche Niedzielski Erie Nelson Lee Spartansburg Cory Rankin Titusville Margaret Edwards Titusville Margaret Sjoden Titusville Angela Copeland Titusville Gregg Tracy Titusville Tony Fox Titusville William Humes Townville tim proper Townville Bernice Vincent weather today partly sunny with a High near 84. South wind around 7 Mph. Tonight partly Cloudy with a Low around 62. South wind 3 to 7 Mph. Sunday mostly sunny with a High near 86. South wind around 5 Mph becoming Southwest in the afternoon. Sunday night a slight Chance of showers and thunderstorms before Midnight. Partly Cloudy with a Low around 64. Light and variable wind. Chance of precipitation is 20%. Labor Day mostly sunny with a High near 87. Monday night mostly Clear with a Low around 63. Tuesday mostly sunny with a High near 85. Tuesday night a Chance of showers and thunderstorms after 8 Partly Cloudy with a Low around 63. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Wednesday a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly Cloudy with a High near 79. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Wednesday night a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly Cloudy with a Low around 58. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Thursday a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny with a High near 73. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Thursday night partly Cloudy with a Low around 54. Friday mostly sunny with a High near 72.police Corry teen called in threats to school Herald Corry a 17-year-old girl was taken into custody Friday after authorities said she made threats of wanting to shoot people at Corry area High school. Erie county 911 received a Call at 2 31 Stating there was a person with a gun at the front door of the High school threatening to shoot people according to Corry police. The 911 Call was made while students were attending an outdoors jeep rally. Esb Smojo track the girls location because she made the 911 Call on a deactivated 911 cell phone and had an open line. She was eventually located in the football Field area where the Pep rally was Woods being held. After a foot Chase the teen was apprehended. Police said she would not comply and had to be tackled and hand a cuffed. the girl is a Corry area High school student. Police said she did not have a gun. The girl was taken to the police station then to an Erie Hospital for a mental health evaluation. Weather Fry said patrons have come in from All Over including Edinboro Erie Corry and Pleasantville. Fry said Many customers that visit the hot dog stand have become regulars Over the years who make a Point to Stop and grab a bite to eat at the Little stand during the summer months. A people like to come and sit. A Bear will go through every so often you never know what you re going to see a Fry said. A we feed the squirrels and a lot of people just come and sit to watch the the stand which is open daily from la To 8 ., will be closing for the season on monday. The stand will reopen next March if the weather permits. 603 sales 3 family Yard Sale Friday 9-3 saturday 9-? 411 Petroleum Street a Yard Sale 245 Chestnut Street Pleasantville Friday amp saturday 9-3 Brand name clothing size 10-14 girls and 7-10 boys. Lots Ai Quality household items kids books games barbies boy s 20 Inch Bike Turtle Sandbox american Girt clothes and accessories by a Sale saturday monday All Day 959 Goodwill Hill re grand Valley estate Sale House amp garage contents new carpet amp Vinyl remnants coloured glassware Antiques Canning jars curio gun Cabinet furniture hardware old Avon collectibles Small stuffed animals Campbell Road East Titusville saturday amp monday 9-? garage Sale saturday 9-3 116 e Bloss Street school clothes boys american Eagle amp Aero size 6-sm men girls gym amp Hart strings size 6-12 toys games Home furnishings Girts bedroom decor Home interiors rot Iron stands uni garage quo sales garage Yard Sale anything stows storage route 8 s. Just below Dairy Queen Fri., sat., Sun. 9-? new items added household Sale 407 e. Central ave Fri. Sept 4th 10-5 sat sept 5th 10-4 Sun., sept 6th Norm 3 watch for Sale sign. See thurs paper for detailed and indoor Yard anoraks Sale saturday 9am-3pm Community room Billie Brown building 227 water Street Titusville labor Day Blowout clothes mens juniors misses women jewelry. Accessories seasonal jackets Coats furniture toys household electronics books Craft supplies it s All got to go Carter orthopaedics 823 w Spring Street sunday amp monday Only 9am -4pm Lilova Ngsaye Friday amp saturday 112 n Dillon or. 9-4 furniture tools Fla screen tvs. Everything under the Sun Call thursday for Early preview 814-775-0014 garage sales Multi family Yard Sale saturday 9-5 w. State Street across from the Community Church Pleasantville numeric cams items 25c Multi family sunday monday 9-5 337 n main St. Pleasantville lots of Nam Brand clothes so 8-boys, so. 8 to Junior Giris kids shoes antique tools Luggage Duck decoys dog crate and much More rain or shines needed for indoor Flea Market Cherrytree fireball sept 12th a sep tables 827-2587. Yard Sale 126 e. Spruce St Friday saturday drapes puzzles dishes vases picture frames toys candles Large play House shoes baby stroller Justice clothing Winter Coats books something for everyone Yard Sali a saturday september 5 9-3 storage unit #114 stuff your stuff 12789 of in 2 family accumulation priced to sell clothing Small appliances amp much much More

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