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Stories from Friday, May 21, 2004

Students raise cash for CANDLES Holocaust Museum (05/21/04)
Eva Kor gives copies of her book "Echoes from Auschwitz" to some students who helped raise money to donate to the CANDLES Holocaust Museum. Left: Kor, foreign language teacher Rob Denker, English teacher, Kay Harper, Katelynn Hogue, Sam Spencer, Andrea James and Sheila. Sam and Sheila Spencer are twins...
Korr tells horror story of living during holocaust (05/21/04)
Nearly 385 North Clay Middle School students sat stunned into silence yesterday at Northview High School captivated by the story about the torture of two little 10-year-old twin girls. Eva Mozes Kor spoke of her and her sister Miriam's horrendous experiences at the hands of the Nazis at Auschwitz concentration camp. ...
Shelter named in Crabb's honor (05/21/04)
Kenny Crabb and his wife Phyllis turn to face the crowd that gathered for the ceremony to dedicate the new gazebo-style shelter at Forest Park to the former mayor. It is located behind the right field fence at the park's softball diamond. A net was put up to keep those enjoying the shelter from being hit with a homerun ball...
Knights advance six to track regional (05/21/04)
Northview senior Justin Scherb (front right) runs side-by-side with Terre Haute North's Josh Bedford during Thursday's 1,600 sectional final as Clay City's Andy Huggler (2nd row-right). Bedford would go on to win with Scherb close behind in third place...
Northview and Rox sweep their way to tennis finals (05/21/04)
Rachel Deal and doubles partner Sarah Cox won their match on Thursday to help the Knights sectional run. A day after playing their first round matches in the climate controlled indoor tennis facilities at DePauw University, Northview and Rockville marched past their semifinal tennis opponents to clash in the finals tonight at 5 p.m...
Akers ties school golf record, Eels win again (05/21/04)
On Senior Night at Forest Park Golf Course, Tyler Akers eagled the third hole and just missed another putt for an eagle on hole number nine on the way to tying the nine-hole school record at the course. Akers recorded a 31 to tie Chad Penman's record set in 1995 for the Knights...
MARGARET ELLEN ROLLINS THOMAS (05/21/04)
Margaret Ellen Rollins Thomas, 60, of Clinton, died Thursday morning, May 20, 2004, after a lengthy illness. She was born Aug. 16, 1943, in Cleveland, Ohio, to Eleanor Kelley Rollins and Harold Rollins. She was married to Sam Thomas in 1959. She was a housewife and also worked at Wal-Mart, Cannon Inn and Meadows Manor North. She was a member of the Victory Baptist Church, the Moose Lodge Auxiliary and the Half Century Auxiliary...
CLAUDEAN VIRGINIA FISHER (05/21/04)
Claudean Virginia Fisher, 88, of Brazil, formerly of Millboro, Va., died at 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 18, 2004, at the home of her granddaughter, Billie J. Thompson and husband Drew G. Thompson. She had resided there since last September so they could care for her, with assistance from VistaCare, due to her failing health...