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mild England weather expected into were and 40's to Tomich Freed On Bond Charles Tomich, 27, of Ruffs- dale, was released on 52,500 bond Thursday by Justice of the Peace William Parker after a hearing in the death of Walter Mihalsky, 47, of West Newton. Mihalsky died of a fractured skull suffered when his head hit the concrete highway during a fist fight with Tomich. The two got into the fight after they stopped their cars on Route 31 in Ruffsdale. Mihalsky had been following Tomich's car and blinking his lights, according to reports by police investigating the April 22 incident. The case will be heard at the next term of Westmoreland County criminal court. The fight occurred at 10:45 p.m. Thursday and Mihalsky was taken home by Tomich after the scuffle. The victim was .ater taken to Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg where he died Saturday. Tomich was arrested Sunday. annual presiding. will will Monday Nixon Senate

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  1. The Daily Courier,
  2. 30 Apr 1965, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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