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Stories from Friday, April 4, 2003

Collector keeps it all (04/04/03)
Recently becoming interested in collecting Clabber Girl memorabilia, Chestline Antique customer Dorothy Cooper purchases an old Dauntless brand peanut butter jar at Archie Lee's shop on East National Avenue. Dauntless was one of Hulman & Company's, of Terre Haute, many products in the early 1900s...
More Brazil National Guard activated (04/04/03)
Nine Brazil National Guardsmen were activated Monday, according to Indiana National Guard Public Affairs Officer Major Sara Hall. The nine members of Company B of the 38th main support battalion of the Brazil unit will become attached to Company A of the 113th support battalion which is headquartered in Muncie, Ind...
Games mean money for shelters (04/04/03)
Furry, Fuzzy, Fun'raisers Fundraising is a new game for Indiana animal shelters. Late for the Sky Production Company's DOG-OPOLY and CAT-OPOLY games made a dramatic change in the fundraising ability of animal protection and preservation organizations last year. Just since August of 2002, nine societies alone have raised approximately $55,200 for the benefit of animals by selling Dog-opoly and Cat-opoly board games as fundraisers...
For the love of the game (04/04/03)
Referee Greg Hayes recalls the thrill and intensity of officiating the Tri-Central vs. North Vermillion girls Indiana High School Basketball Championship game on March 8. March Madness means basketball in Indiana. Like most Hoosiers, Greg Hayes loves basketball. But he would rather referee than play. The lean 40-year-old had a goal to referee in a state finals championship tournament game...
Hayes referees state championship game (04/04/03)
Greg Hayes explains to his mother, Jane Robbins, some of the requirements to qualify to referee an Indiana State Girls Basketball Finals tournament. After just 16 years of officiating, Greg Hayes was going to achieve his goal of refereeing a state basketball championship game...
It's time for a spring cleaning (04/04/03)
Residents along Vandalia Street pitch in for heavy trash pickup, which runs each Friday in April, according to Mayor Kenny Crabb. Citizens whose regular trash pickup is Tuesday will have heavy trash collection April 11. Wednesday pickup has heavy trash collection April 18, and Thursday removal has heavy pickup April 25. Regular Friday collection of limbs, leaves, and grass is planned also...
Dogs always see the brighter side of things (04/04/03)
Mildred Higgins lets Lady, her 3-month-old pup, stretch her legs in the sunshine after a ride from her Terre Haute residence. They were in town visiting Edward Jones Investmests broker Toni Carter, 22 N. Meridian St., Thursday afternoon. This pooch has the right idea, because the weekend's weather forecast calls for cloudy skies and occasional rain ...
Clay City's Cameron Gerber (04/04/03)
Clay City's Cameron Gerber goes back for a fly ball during practice on Thursday afternoon. For a preview of the Eel's team this year, check Saturday's Brazil Times for the Spring Sports Preview section.
Knights get season opening victory (04/04/03)
The Northview Knights took advantage of several early South Knox errors to post five early runs and then held the Spartans at bay over the final innings to get a 6-3 win in their opener. David Kingery went the first four innings on the mound for Northview and held the Spartans to just a single run while striking out five...