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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaBy Lori Hinnant and Jamey Keaten associated press Marseille France the Pilot of German wings flight 9525 that crashed into the French Alps last week had received treatment for suicidal tendencies several years ago prosecutors said today. Prosecutors in Dusseldorf Germany say Pilot Andreas Lubitz 27, had received psychotherapy with a note about suicidal tendencies for several years before becoming a Pilot. In the following period and until recently further doctors visits took place resulting in sick notes without any suicidal tendencies or aggression against others being recorded prosecutors spokesman Ralf Herrenbruck said in a written statement. Authorities believe based on data from the planets cockpit voice recorder that Lubitz locked his Captain out of the cockpit and ignored his pleas to open the door while manually sending the plane into a fatal descent on what should have been a inside weather deaths Index victims found two bodies were pulled sunday from the rubble of a Manhattan apartment building collapse and now authorities Are shifting their focus to what caused the massive explosion and Page 3 higher standards defense Secretary Ash Carter is considering easing some military enlistment standards As part of a broader set of initiatives to better attract and keep Quality service members and civilians across the defense Page 7 classifieds. 22, 23 comics to. 18 dear Abby. 11 entertainment. 21 family. 8 lottery. 2 sports. 13 17 the mini Page. 19, 20 today in history. 11 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Donahue James Wesley 93, Robinson Hart Edward b., 93, Brenizer Helma Alfretta m., 85, Indiana Lazaric Agnes Theresa 84, Ebensburg formerly of Clymer Platt Ayrton James a. J., 14, Whitehall wis., formerly of Blairsville Ralsto Madeline Lynn Zasadny 75, Clymer Sturiale Joseph c., 88, Indiana Wall Dorothy m., 87, Indiana rain and Snow tonight. Periods of rain tomorrow. 33� 45� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 24 pages 2 sections vol. 111 no. 217 75 cents March 2015 29 30 30 31 31 28 29 22 22 23 25 26 28 20 2 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 16 17 18 24 a hons in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Vera Bonnet Carolyn princes Wayne Mcafoos Chris Mcginnis Adam White. Monday 30 serving Indiana county since 1968 Monument company Bowser inseparable in life. Forever together. Vertical Monument for single or double interment our hours Are your hours please Call 724 762 6220 summer 65 Rick Sarah & for Young readers the mini Page Gray wolves once nearly wiped out in the United states Are now making a pages 19, 20 booking it James j. Nestor / Gazette Mark Bond 3, raced a cart through the stacks at Indiana free Library where literacy Day was celebrated saturday with the theme race into Reading at the Library. The event included activities based on the Pennsylvania one Book 2015 selection number one Sam and offered the Chance to see an actual race car make crafts read to a therapy dog and More. Mark is the son of Sarah and Steve Bond of Indiana. Arab defense Force in works Hamza Kendawi associated press Sharmel sheikh Egypt a two Day Arab Summit ended sunday with a vow to defeat iranian backed shiite rebels in Yemen and the formal unveiling of plans to form a joint Arab intervention Force setting the stage for a potentially dangerous clash Between u. S. Allied Arab states and Tehran Over influence in the Region. Arab leaders taking turns to address the gathering spoke repeatedly of the threat posed to the regions Arab identity what they called moves foreign or outside parties to Stoke sectarian ethnic or religious rivalries in Arab states All thinly veiled references to Iran which has in recent years consolidated its hold in Iraq Syria Lebanon and now Yemen. The summits final communique made similarly vague references but the Arab league chief Nabil Elaraby was unequivocal during a news conference later singling out Iran for what he said was its intervention in Many nations. A Summit Resolution said the newly unveiled joint Arab defense Force would deployed at the request of any Arab nation facing a National Security threat and that it would also used to combat terrorist groups. The agreement came As u. S. And other Western diplomats were pushing to meet a tuesday deadline to reach a Deal with Iran that would restrict its nuclear program in Exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. The saudis and their allies in the Gulf fear that a nuclear Deal Between Washington and Tehran will free Iranus hands to bolster its influence in places like Syria Lebanon Iraq and in sunni ruled Bahrain which has a shiite majority. They believe the air Campaign in Yemen and a joint Arab Force would empower them to stand up to what they see As Iranus bullying. The United states has sought to offer reassurances that a nuclear Deal does not mean that Washington will abandon them but they remain sceptical. The Louthis swept Down from their Northern strongholds last year and Cap Indiana program to reunite three noted musical alumni the Indiana area school District jazz artist in residence program highlighted the return of three accomplished Iasi alumni will take place Over a three Day period beginning april 13, culminating with a final concert on april 15. The artist in residence program will Welcome Back 2004 graduates Angelo Versace Joe Saylor and Philip Kuehn who will perform together for the first time since leaving Indiana High school. While at is they were known As the pay three Philip Angelo Joe and achieved numerous accolades. They All performed in the plea All state jazz band multiple times. They were the Only High school jazz combo represented at the 2003 North sea jazz festival in Den Haag the Netherlands. They performed at the Mellon and new Orleans jazz festivals. Pay three members represented is in the grammy big band and the Menc All Eastern jazz band. While in High school they also performed at Heinz Hall with the Pittsburgh symphony As Well As the Benedum Center with Wynton Marsalis. Angelo Versace Winner of the 2012 Phillips jazz piano Competition Versace has been described As a Fleet fingered keyboard Dynamo Lawrence Budman and next Star on the jazz scene Dwayne Dolphin. His Trio has performed at the North sea jazz festival Netherland the Tucson Ariz jazz festival the new Orleans jazz festival the Pensacola Fla jazz festival the Mellon jazz festival in Pittsburgh and the Coral Gables jazz festival in Miami. Versace attended William Paterson University in new Jersey from 2004 to 2008, studying with Mulgrew Miller a seminal figure in Rule would tighten broker standards Bernard Condon a business writer new York Susan Bernardo trusted her stockbroker. She wound up losing a Fortune. Her broker David Harris advised her to sell $ 400,000 Worth of relatively Safe municipal Bonds she says and sink the proceeds into real estate and Energy partnerships in Hopes of earning More income. She had received the Cash from a settlement after her husband died in an Accident and needed Money to raise her Small son. More than six years later those investments Are in trouble. The Stream of interest payments she used for living expenses has mostly dried up and the value of her portfolio is half of what it was according to a financial planner who helped her file a claim against the broker. Bernardo says Harris never told her How risky the new investments were or about the fat 5 percent commission that brokers typically get Selling them. Harris a snot returned Calls seeking comment. That her broker might not have acted in her Best interest never occurred to her until recently. I thought of someone is watching Over a says Bernardo now 57, of Wantagh n. Y. Maybe i was naive. The Obama administration thinks too Many brokers Arentt looking out for their clients and instead push risky and costly investments in a Rush for big commissions. The White House is backing a proposed Rule it Hopes will help end the practice. The new Rule would require brokers handling retirement accounts to put the interest of their clients ahead of their own a so called fiduciary Standard Long required of lawyers doctors and some financial professionals like registered investment advisers. Under the current Rule we have liftoff James j. Nestor / Gazette geese ran along the still Frozen Lake at yellow Creek state Park on sunday As they took flight. Co Pilot had undergone therapy continued on Page 5 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 5 continued on Page 5 look for your Chance to win

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