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Stories from Monday, May 24, 2004

Golf camps scheduled at Forest Park (05/24/04)
Several Forest Park Summer Junior Golf Camps have been scheduled. - Boys and Girls Ages 10 to 16: May 31 through June 3, 1 to 4 p.m., $45, includes instruction, T-shirt, cookout and swim party - All Girls Camp, all ages: June 7 through 11, 1 to 4 p.m., $50, includes T-shirt, cookout, tournament and swim party...
Diet for life, says doctor (05/24/04)
Dr. Richard Frankville doesn't just adjust anatomy. The local chiropractor has an avocation of studying nutrition and has written a diet cookbook, "Low-Carb for Life". Frankville is also a gourmet cook and his interest in nutrition increased when he studied the subject at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa...
Prisoner flees -- proving home detention is not perfect solution (05/24/04)
John Tabasco, Clay County Community Corrections Home Detention Officer, shows an ankle transmitter and battery pack used to monitor when a perpetrator is or is not at home. Part one of two Daniel Kline Jr. was captured on the front lawn of a residence in Turner on May 10. ...
Forest Park Pool to open Saturday (05/24/04)
The Forest Park Pool and Recreation Area will open Saturday (weather and temperature permitting). The water in the pool needs to be in the 70s before the pool can open. The recreation area will be available again, including tennis raquets, basketballs and volleyballs that can be checked out on the north side of the building...
Lund understands prayer, wins national contest (05/24/04)
Matt Lund, from Annunciation School, center, shows his art work that won the Holy Cross Family Ministries "Try Prayer, It Works" contest. Pictured are: left, Father Rob Hausladen, Annunciation administrator; Barbara Black, principal; Lund; Jessie Lund, Matt's mother and Father Steve Gibson, priest of the Holy Cross Family Ministry...
Elementary students learn business (05/24/04)
Team 1 members (from left) Bricen White, Austin Brown, Bryant Pestoff, Zachary Hull and Bret Jadvani present Hippity Hop CDs, the business they created, to Clay Community Schools' Jennifer Snoddy, technology integrator, and the two "VPs" (not pictured) Wayne Rockmore and his assistant from the Indiana State University School of Business. ...
Memorial Day to feature sectional baseball action (05/24/04)
Memorial Day will be far from a relaxing holiday for area baseball teams with the opening round of sectionals slated for that Monday afternoon. For Clay County squads, the Clay City Eels will open action at noon on May, 31 with a contest versus Union (Dugger) in the Shakamak Sectional...
Heather Palmer (05/24/04)
Heather Palmer and teammate Megan Love advanced to regional competition at Center Grove with their No. 1 Doubles victory.
Rox win tennis sectional, while Northview's top doubles team wins (05/24/04)
Megan Love and doubles teammate Heather Palmer advanced to regional competition on Tuesday with a sectional victory Friday evening over Rockville. The Rockville Rox continued their unbeaten season on Friday night with a 4-1 match victory over the host Knights to capture the Northview Tennis Sectional...
ROBERT W. WELLS (05/24/04)
Robert W. Wells, 75, of Brazil died Friday, May 21, 2004, at 8:36 p.m. in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He had been a resident of Southwood Healthcare Facility in Terre Haute for several years due to his battle with Alzheimer's disease. Born Aug. 24, 1928, in Greencastle he was the son of Clarence Roscoe and Lena Josephine Branson Wells. He served in the Army and was later a truck driver, both over the road and locally. He worked for the Brazil City Coal Yard and Romas Trucking...
CLAUDEAN VIRGINIA FISHER (05/24/04)
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...
MARGARET ELLEN ROLLINS THOMAS (05/24/04)
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...
JOSEPH H. REESE (05/24/04)
Joseph H. "Hootie" Reese, 80, of Brazil, passed away at home on Friday, May 21, 2004. Born Oct. 5, 1923, in Brazil, he served with the CCC for four years prior to serving with the Army Airborne in World War II. He worked for Logan Clay Co., retiring in 1982, and worked for Skelton Tree Service...
ROBERT LEE "JAKE" JOHNSON (05/24/04)
Robert Lee "Jake" Johnson, 67, of Brazil, died May 22, 2003, at Union Hospital. He was born Oct. 3, 1936, the son of Helen G. Meyers Johnson, in Clarion, Penn. He moved to Indiana in 1973 and worked for Amax Coal Company as Chief Electrician until his retirement in 1988. He then began his own business, known as "Jake's Electric" until his retirement in 2000...