George David Minser

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George David Minser - SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1950 Man Blows Up House, Self...
SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1950 Man Blows Up House, Self After 'Goodbye' Pieces of Body Found in Ruins INDIANA, Pa., April 8, (Spe cial A worker wrecked his home and killed himself In a dynamite blast after bidding his employer goodbye today at nearby nearby Marion Center, The blast occurred shortly before before noon at the farm home which David Minser, 40, kept in the country for Samuel Raybuck of Marion Center. An hour before, Minser had gone o the Raybuck home, apparently apparently in good spirits. Says Goodbye f came to tell you goodbye," he said. "I'm leaving." Mr. Raybuck expressed regret, but could learn nothing of Minser's plans. Minser returned to the one-story one-story one-story frame home, and was not seen again alive. Soon afterward a neighbor, Mir; as McHenry, heard a terrific explosion, he told State Police. House Demolished The house was demolished by the blast. 'There was almost nothing left." an observer ?;aid. "It would hardly make kindling wood." A search of the ruins disclosed a few bits of Minser's body. Coroner E. L. Fleming said the case was suicide. No reason for the act was learned. p win-n s

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press09 Apr 1950, SunPage 29

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)09 Apr 1950, SunPage 29
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