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He added ihat TESTIMONY (Continued From Pace O n p ) while he was in making drinks. the kitchen Mahel had re- setting maximum limits for all vehicles of 70 miles an hour interstate routes, C5 on other highways and 30 in urban .Limits am subject lo downward jrcvision by local authorities. Also sent to the governor by Senate Concurrence was a bill qucsled him lo call Norma Jean^ ro (,j ( ij n g for screening or re- upstairs just before lie tell thejmoval of junkyards along apartment house. I ways to comply with federal re- II u-nÂ« a l c n h r m i o l i l n i l H n i - m i ' l O U i l ' II w B 5 aibU U r u l l K l l l C.H U U r i l l U ' . , ^ cral aid. lhe cross examination that Ma- Ibel had requested Pierce to The Senate passed 23 House bills selling up uniform account- j " ".uuia ;v-i\uift up w u t i w m i m - v u u i i i in she come Dack to t he apartment in j n g and budgeting procedures j t h e morning. He also said he | for local school corporations of had planned to open up the used car lot. which he and his brother brother operated, at about 9 a.m. the next day. er tightening amendments were inserted by Sen. Nelson G. Grills, D-Indianapolis. , The bills replace present special special funds with three-- a general In- Pierce said he did not recall fund bringing togelher present seeing anyone on the front! special levies for various opera- porch of the apartment house'ling cosls; a cumulative fund when he lefl Friday night. Hc:buildings nud other capital im- continued lhat he went to hisiprovemcnts, and a debt servica car which was parked out j fund for bond payment, front on Washington SI. andj A movc lo ,-ewrite a House bill went to lhe car lol (o pick up; alu ] substitute a dead Senate some auto titles, contracts and measure permilting local Â·Â·-'- t o take t o h i s brother's , . . . Gra- house. He said he and his' c e ,,t s u r t a x o n adiustcd . . _ _ _ : , ,-. _ ^ UI UI *"* 11 v " nÂ«j"j'-" going lo split up.romVlkx Â«is dSSted"^."" been laker.! _ - ... .,,,.... . mi ,13,. ,i it,,, r ., r i n - 'le 'le ^ fnalc flia replace a mi- "'" "''"' ' TM"" r " nor House bill with a measure Pierce leslificd that he left -.uthorbing lhe Stale Depart- ihe car lot al about 10:30 or|, nG11 i c f Administration to hire 10:45 p.m. and stuiied lo drive; a sc -om! legislative printing to bis brother 1 ^ home. He saidifirm at the legislature's request, he i._eut instead to lhe Foun-| Pr i n ii n g d c i a ys this session n Square tavern and arrivcd|i, avc 3l p\ vc j the| h e 5aid n f l e f t the tavern about vi( j, s ' a 's ceo n d" print ing" fi'mi'.'If 2 a.m. After testifying about ajengaged. would be paid Ihe ( j lt , legislature's rcwl .jUen bill pro- con-! man he had seen there, court' s at! recessed. Picrcs's teEtimony : ya r "contracL to continue late firm with the regu- this morning and this afternoon. Also during Ihe morning session session today Pros.ecutoi 1 Barney brought out lhat Pierce said he had not discussed with Mabel hi.; plans to leave town. He said Rob- he was planning lo marry Ma- and that the had requested t h a t he gel off parole first and gel a divorce from his wife, Jacqueline. Duri:ig preliminary questioning questioning by William C. Erbecker, chief defense council, Pierce said he had never strangled Norma Jean with a belt or any other means that night J u n e 12-13.