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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaInside weather coming up deaths Index tuesday Texas doctors have performed the worlds first Skull Scalp health Pool incident a suburban Dallas police officer is on leave after he was filmed pushing a 14 year old to the ground outside a Pool and pointing his gun at other Page 3 graduation seeds of Faith Christian Page 4 Good Samaritans sought a Western Pennsylvania police officer who was dragged by a truck believed to have been driven by two teenagers suspected in a crime spree across three states says he Hopes to find two women who helped him moments after the Page 5 seeking answers two murderers who escaped from a new York prison remained on the Loose today As authorities investigated How the inmates obtained Power tools used in the Page 7 refusing shelter italian leaders vowed sunday not to shelter any More migrants saved at Page 8 classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 18 dear Abby. 11 entertainment. 21 family. 10 lottery. 2 sports. 13 17 the mini Page. 19, 20 today in history. 11 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Everett Ralph e., 50, Somersworth n. H., formerly of Indiana Kinze Pamela june 57, Glen Campbell Simk Elizabeth m., 94, Indiana Cash paid for toys new or used. Lego action figures trains die cast collectibles and More. Whirlwind toys. 724 349 6849 beside big lots. Senior crime prevention seminar. St. Andrews Village wednesday june 10, 1 p. M. Local officials present. 724 464 1600 to Register. Thunderstorms tonight. A thunderstorm tomorrow. 61� 72� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 24 pages 2 sections vol. 111 no. 286 75 cents june 2015 28 29 29 30 28 28 29 21 21 22 24 25 27 19 20 13 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 15 16 17 23 a hons in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Jacob Mcmunn Veronica Mears Gabrielle Reese Donna and Clair Ruffner jr., Logan Piper Byerly. Monday 8 mattress Sale get the details at Fishe furniture. Com Mon tue wed & Fri 9 5 thurs. 9 8 sat. 10 3 it. 403, Dixonville 724 254 23 305 for Young readers the mini Page celebrate Flag Day on sunday by learning about state flags and when each state joined the pages 19, 20 Vintage warplane to highlight festival this weekend at Airport by Randy Wells Wells Indian Gazette. Net a Piston engine warplane that was a bit of a Dinosaur As the Jet age started but became a favorite of american troops fighting on the ground in Korea and Vietnam will headline the aircraft flying in for Airport festival 2015 saturday and sunday at the Indiana county Jimmy Stewart Airport. The Douglas sky Raider entered military service too late to see combat in world War ii. But while much of the attention in the 1950s was focused on the development of Jet powered aircraft aviation strategists in the u. S. Navy Marine corps and air Force recognized the propeller driven sky Raider had a couple qualities that made it an excellent plane for supporting troops on the ground it could remain aloft 10 hours Al Obama Isis will be beaten by Nedra Pickler associated press Elmau Germany despite setbacks that have raised doubts about his policy president Barack Obama voiced optimism today that the islamic state would be driven out of Iraq but said the Effort will take time and require an inclusive government in Baghdad. Obama said the u. S. Will continue to ramp up training and assistance to iraqi troops so they can carry out offensive not just defensive operations. We have seen successes but we have also seen setbacks Obama said at the beginning of a meeting with iraqi prime minister Haider Al Abadi. Referring to the islamic state by one of its acronyms Obama added Isil is going to be driven out of Iraq and ultimately it is going to be Defeated. Obama and Abadi spoke on the sidelines of a meeting of leaders of the group of seven industrialized economies. The session with Abadi came just a Day after an iraqi general declared that iraqi troops backed by shiite militias had recaptured key parts of the Northern refinery town of Beiji from the islamic state. The news was a Welcome change of Pace for the u. S. After islamic state militants won a major Victory by capturing the City of ramada the capital of iraqis Anbar province. Abadi thanked Obama and g 7 members for standing with Iraq against the islamic state. said iraqi troops were winning a number of Battles and downplayed ramada is loss. We lost it Only temporarily he said. Obama also expressed Confidence in Abadias leadership saying the prime minis insurers ask a. Regulators for big rate increases by Marc Levy associated press Harrisburg a National upswing of health insurance rates is coming to Pennsylvania and that could mean bigger than expected Cost increases next year for at least a couple Hundred thousand pennsylvanians who bought insurance in the marketplace created by the 2010 Federal health care Law. Last weeks deadline to file paperwork with the state department of insurance showed that some insurers Selling plans on the marketplace want rate increases of almost 10 percent or Well above that in one or More of their plans. At one end of the spectrum is an individual health plan offered by a subsidiary of Milwaukee based ass rant health that is seeking an average 61 percent rate increase. About 3,300 people Are covered by it now according to the company is filing. At the other end is a group of plans for both individuals and Small groups offered primarily by Harrisburg based capital Blue Cross. Rates in those plans would remain basically unchanged according to company filings. The department of insurance emphasized that it must approve any rate increase and that nothing is final. A key thing we want to stress is these Are proposed rates Only so they May not be what the rates Are come the fall said department spokesman Ron Ruman. We have the authority to review them and we Are going to do that very carefully and our top priority is consumer Impact. Thatus important for folks to know. Antoinette Kraus executive pa., other states see decline in abortions by David Crary a National writer abortions have declined in states where new Laws make it harder to have them but they ave also waned in states where abortion rights Are protected an associated press Survey has found. Nearly everywhere in red states and Blue abortions Are Down since 2010. Explanations vary. Abortion rights advocates attribute it to expanded Access to effective contraceptives and a drop in unintended pregnancies. Some foes of abortion say there has been a shift in societal attitudes with More women choosing to carry their pregnancies to term. Several of the states that have been most aggressive in passing anti abortion Laws including Indiana Missouri Ohio and Oklahoma have seen their abortion numbers drop by More than 15 percent since 2010. But More Liberal states such As new York Washington and Oregon also had declines of that magnitude even As they maintained unrestricted Access to abortion. Nationwide the a Survey showed a decrease in abortions of about 12 percent since 2010. One major Factor has been a decline in the teen pregnancy rate which in 2010 reached its lowest level in decades. Theress been no official update since then but the teen birth rate has continued to drop which experts say signals a similar trend for teen pregnancies. The a obtained the most recent abortion numbers from the health departments of All 45 states that compile such data on a comprehensive basis. States not compiling such data Are California Maryland new Jersey new Hampshire and Wyoming with one exception the data was from either 2013 or 2014, providing a unique nationwide gauge of abortion trends during a wave of anti abortion Laws that gathered strength starting in 2011. Among the groups most Active in promoting the restrictive Laws is americans United for life. Its president Charmaine Yoest suggested that the Broad decrease in abortions reflected a change in attitudes among pregnant women. Theress an entire Genera Page 12 a look at abortion trends in Pennsylvania shows a steady decline. Continued on Page 12 Tony Winner new test uses drop of blood to detect lifelong virus exposure by Denise Grady new York times news service using less than a drop of blood a new test can reveal nearly every virus a person has Ever been exposed to scientists have reported. The test which is still experimental can be performed for As Little As $ 25 and could become an important research tool for tracking patterns of disease in various populations helping scientists compare the old and the Young or people in different parts of the world. It could also be used to try to find out whether viruses or the to dyes immune response to them contribute to chronic diseases and cancer the researchers said. Ism sure therell be lots of applications we a vent even dreamed of said Stephen j. Elledge the senior author of the report published thursday in the journal science and a professor of genetics at Harvard medical school and Brigham and a omens Hospital. Thatus what happens when you invent technology you cant imagine what people will do with it Elledge said. They re so Clever. The test can detect past sex Charles Sykes / invasion Kelli Ohhara accepted the award for Best performance by an actress in a leading role in a musical for the King and i at the 69th annual Tony awards at radio City music Hall on sunday. The play won several other awards. See Story on Page 21. Continued on Page 12 submitted photo the Douglas sky Raider will be one of Many planes flying in to the annual Airport festival saturday and sunday at the Indiana county Jimmy Stewart Airport. Submitted photo the Tiger Moth is a biplane operated by the Royal air Force. It will continued on Page 12 also be on display this weekend. Continued on Page 4 continued on Page 4

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