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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaInside weather coming up deaths Index tuesday nearly one in five College students May suffer from exploding head syndrome a psychological condition in which people Are abruptly awakened from sleep by imaginary loud noises or health mixed results people who got help paying for health care under president of amass Law Are seeing the direct effect on their refunds for better or Page 3 wartime Graffiti nearly 2,000 Century old inscriptions left by Wei soldiers in a medieval French Quarry have been uncovered and Are shedding Light on troops Page 5 attacker identified one of the gunmen involved in the massacre of 148 people at a kenyan College was identified sunday As the Law school educated son of a kenyan government Page 7 opening Day the pirates Start their season today by taking on their old Nemesis Cincin Natius Johnny Page 13 classifieds. 23, 24 comics to. 18 dear Abby. 10 entertainment. 21 family. 8 lottery. 2 sports. 13 17 the mini Page. 19, 20 today in history. 10 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Kingto Bonnie Calarie Nee olsen73, Bradenton fla., formerly of Indiana Schal Gerald Franklin Jerry 70, Shelocta Wood Franklin Paul 81, Commodore late death Akin Seva Mae muir89, Blairsville Back to nature health food store 20th year anniversary Sale april 11 healthier living flooring installation. The first antimicrobial flooring installation. Only at affordable interiors. 724 349 8821 a Little rain tonight. A Little rain tomorrow. 52� 64� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 24 pages 2 sections vol. 111 no. 224 75 cents april 2015 26 27 27 28 29 29 30 19 19 20 22 23 25 17 18 11 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 13 14 15 21 a hons in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Aaron Hoover Roger Mcdannell Joe Stapleton Joyce Sinclair Richard Morris. Monday 6 for Young readers the mini Page though kids with autism struggle with social skills they just want to have friends and have fun pages 19, 20 lunch Buffet 724 465 8826 1830 Oakland ave. Wood fired pizzas wings fresh salads fast. Fresh. Delicious. A s delicious be. T a salads s. Max Jamelli celebrated with his son Derek and wife Jennifer at Derekus preschool graduation in May. Derek was diagnosed with High functioning autism at age 5. Obama defends Iran Deal up Alum takes to the internet with autism awareness Challenge by Kayla Cioffo Cioffo Indian Gazette. Net an Indiana University of Pennsylvania alumnus is trading in ice buckets for doughnuts to raise awareness of a cause that hits close to Home. Max Jamelli of Chambersburg launched Derekus donuts Challenge in Honor of his son on Facebook at the beginning of april marking the Start of autism awareness month. Last summer a lot of people dumped ice water on their Heads to raise awareness for als and i thought this was a Good idea Jamelli said having participated himself. This led him to contemplate ways to spread a viral video for autism awareness hence the doughnut Challenge. As a very Picky eater Derek does not eat a lot Jamelli said but he does eat doughnuts. The Challenge asks participants to take a video of themselves stuffing a doughnut into their Mouth and smiling at the camera. They Are also asked to donate $ 5 to the National autism society and to pass the Challenge on to friends. Jamelli and his wife Jennifer noticed something was off by the time their son Derek was 2 years old. The doctors and specialists did not want to diagnose anything officially Jamelli said because hers very smart. Hers the smartest kid i know. Derek now 6, was diagnosed with High functioning autism at age 5. On the relatively mild Side of the disease Derek functions Well Moon shot Julio Cortez / associated press the Moon Rose during its waning period Over the new York City Skyline seen from West Orange n. J., on sunday. Brush fires keep responders Busy by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net a warm dry sunny and Breezy Day made for pleasant family easter gatherings on sunday but left area firefighters weary by Days end. Numerous departments responded to several outdoor wildfires during the Day including one that consumed a pile of waste tires officials said. Among the busiest of the departments was the Creekside fire company which responded three times to douse Brush fires in Washington township. Crews first found a fire that began after the wind picked up burning papers from a Burn barrel about 2 14 p. M. Along Craig Road. The fire blackened a 15 by 50 foot area of ground said Creekside fire chief Peter Yacovone. Creekside and Plumville departments halted a Blaze that scorched about 2 acres of Grassy Hillside at 3 27 p. M. Along Bell school Road. Yacovone said firefighters stopped the flames As the fire spread into a wooded area. The cause was not determined. A third fire at 4 45 p. M. In a Remote area off Harmon Road threatened to destroy a stand of 30 foot tall Pine Trees. It burned about 400 Square feet of ground Yacovone said. Plumville and Creekside fire departments both were dispatched. No one was reported Hurt at any of the Calls and no structures were endangered. Several Central Indiana county departments were sent at 1 03 p. M. On a report of a Brush fire along Gratosky Street near Luci Sboro in Center township where fire officials discovered several sets of tires burning. Black smoke billowed from the fire that consumed Between 30 and 40 tires said chief Sam Mcadams of the Coral Graceton fire department. The residents in the area had apparently been burning trash at first he said. It could have been catastrophic if it got into the Woods Mcadams said. There was heavy Black smoke and huge flames. How it did not get away from us i have no idea. The fire burned about 100 feet from a Mobile Home and 150 feet from a House but was at the Edge of the Woods line he said. I dont know How were still not out there fighting it today he said. How will new bipartisan legislation change medicare system by Alan Fram associated press Washington republicans say bipartisan legislation that reworks How medicare pays doctors is a Milestone toward curbing a huge growing Benefit program. Its the first real entitlement Reform in decades says House speaker John Boehner r Ohio using Washington jargon for programs that automatically pay people who qualify. Many deficit Hawks Are less impressed with the bipartisan measure that Congress is expected to Complete soon. A look at the debate Over How significantly the legislation would bolster medic areas finances whats wrong with medicare nothing a few trillion Bucks fix. The program which helps pay medical Bills for More than 50 million elderly people is expected to spend More than $ 600 billion this year. Thatus one sixth of the entire Feder report cites multiple journalistic failures in rolling Stone article by Larry Odell associated press Richmond a. Rolling Stone is pledging to review its editorial practices but wont fire anyone after a leading journalism school issued a blistering critique of How it reported and edited a discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia. The Columbia graduate school of journalism said in the sunday report that the magazines shortcomings encompassed reporting editing editorial supervision and fact checking. Two of the reports authors Dean Steve Coll and academic Dean Sheila Coronel were scheduled to discuss their investigation at a news conference today in new York. The analysis was accompanied by a statement from rolling Stone managing editor will Dana apologizing for the failures and retracting the november 2014 Story. Some University of Virginia students said none of that continued on Page 12 by Peter Baker new York times news service president Barack Obama strongly defended last weeks preliminary agreement with Iran As a once in a lifetime Opportunity to curb the spread of nuclear weapons in a dangerous Region while reassuring critics that he would keep All options available if Tehran ultimately cheated. As he sought in an interview with the new York times to sell the tentative Deal to sceptics accusing him of giving away too much Obama emphasized to Israel that weave got their backs in the face of iranian hostility. And he suggested that he could accept some sort of vote in Congress if it did not Block his ability to carry out the agreement. This is our Best bet by far to make sure Iran does not get a nuclear weapon Obama said in an interview with Thomas l. Friedman an oped columnist for the new York times published sunday. What we will be doing even As we enter into this Deal is sending a very Clear message to the iranians and to the entire Region that if anybody messes with Israel America will be there. In the interview conducted saturday Obama provided new details about How International inspectors would try to Access suspected Covert nuclear Sites and about the sequence that would Lead to sanctions being lifted. Both were major issues in the last Days of negotiations in Switzerland and of amass descriptions differed in key respects from Iranus interpretations. That Gap suggested the hardest moments in the negotiations May yet be ahead Given that commitments made last week must still be enshrined in a written document signed by All parties by june 30. But Obama seemed to gain breathing submitted photo continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 4 analysis continued on Page 12

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