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Stories from Thursday, December 9, 2004

55-year Avon veteran honored (12/09/04)
Ding-dong. Avon Calling. If you have ever bought Avon products in Brazil, there's a good chance that when you opened your door, you were greeted with the friendly smile of Frances Lawhorn. Frances has been selling Avon for 55 years and she's still going...
55-year Avon veteran honored (12/09/04)
Ding-dong. Avon Calling. If you have ever bought Avon products in Brazil, there's a good chance that when you opened your door, you were greeted with the friendly smile of Frances Lawhorn. Frances has been selling Avon for 55 years and she's still going...
Cinergy: No decision made for Brazil office (12/09/04)
Changes may be coming to the Brazil Cinergy office, though no final decision has been made. Acting on a news tip from a reader, The Brazil Times learned Tuesday that Cinergy/PSI has been consolidating some smaller offices around the state, where "customer traffic volume is lower," said Angeline Protogere, Cinergy spokesperson. "However, we are offering some new payment options to customers in those communities."...
Flu vaccine available...... for some (12/09/04)
The Clay Co. Health Dept. announced the availability of flu vaccine for people who meet the CDC guidelines this week. The Intra Nasal Flu-Mist vaccine will be available to healthcare workers not already vaccinated and household contacts, or caretakers, of children less than six months...
Rep. Andy Thomas to be vice-chair of House committee (12/09/04)
State Representative Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) was named as Vice-Chairman of the Judiciary committee, as well as a member of the Courts & Criminal Code and Technology, Research & Development committees Wednesday by Speaker of the House Brian C. Bosma. Rep. Thomas has served in the legislature for two years and last month was named Chairman of the Elections and Apportionments committee...
Clay Com. Schools, Teachers explain barriers to contract (12/09/04)
With both sides trying to explain their case, the Fact Finding Session at the Forest Park Elementary School Gymnasium Wed-nesday evening had some heated moments. Since July 31, 2003, the Clay Community School Corp. Board of School Trustees and the Clay Community Classroom Teachers Association have been unable to reach a contract agreement...
Former police officer scheduled to testify to Grand Jury today (12/09/04)
- Roger Lindsay scheduled to appear, but filed motion to quash subpoena A Grand Jury investigation continued today in Clay Circuit Court. Indiana State Police Cold Case Det. Alan McElroy said the Grand Jury was called as one phase of an ongoing double murder investigation...
Grigsby goes unbeaten at Westfield; Knights 2-3 in duals (12/09/04)
The Northview Knights took home one individual title and went 2-3 against some stiff competition at the Westfield Tournament on Saturday. The Knights won 75-4 over Northwest and 82-6 over Park Tudor but lost decisions to Triton Central (33-39), Westfield (21-51) and Mt. Vernon (30-42)...
Clay City hammers host Eminence (12/09/04)
Brock Dyer rises above the crowd on the way to the basket during Tuesday's victory over Eminence. Dyer had eight points and six rebounds in the game. EMINENCE -- With a huge battle with the Class A 2nd-ranked Bloomfield Cardinals looming on Friday night, it would have been easy for Clay City to overlook their Tuesday matchup with Eminence...
Clay City girls win sixth straight (12/09/04)
The Clay City girls basketball team is riding high as the holidays approach. The team picked up their sixth win of the season against just one loss, by defeating host Vincennes Rivet 67-48. The Eels held a 10 point advantage at halftime on the strength of nine points from Whitney McWilliams and an eight point first quarter from Cameron Gerber. However, it was the third period that sealed the deal for Clay City...
Seniors lead Knights to dual match victory (12/09/04)
Gatlin Ferro earned a victory via fall in his first match for Northview. SPENCER -- Spurred by a five-some of seniors, the Northview Knights picked up a Western Indiana Conference dual meet victory, 45-34. All five seniors were victorious, all by pin, as Northview gained momentum headed into their own invitational on Saturday morning...
ROBERT MARSHEL TELLECHEA (12/09/04)
Robert Marshel Tellechea, infant, was born Nov. 30, 2004, and died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2004, in Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va.. He was the son of Luis M. Tellechea and Sarah Torbert Tellechea. Survivors include his parents; two brothers, Ian and Luis Tellechea; grandparents, Paul and Sue Torbert, of Brazil; great-grandparents, Hilda Torbert and Mary and Marshel Shonkwiler of South Bend, Ind.; an aunt, Rebekah Holmes and her husband, Isaac, stationed in Iraq; an uncle, Matt, and Tiffany Torbert, of Brazil; and many members of his extended family.. ...
ALMA GRACE HAUSER (12/09/04)
\Alma Grace Hauser, 90, of Bowling Green died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2004, at Owen Valley Healthcare Center. She had been a resident there for several years. Born June 9, 1914, in Owen County, she was the daughter of Preston A. Newport and Burilla Crabb Newport...
PAMELIA K. WRIGHT (12/09/04)
\Pamelia K. Wright, 55, of Terre Haute died early Wednesday morning at Union Hospital. Born April 26, 1949, in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Martin C. and Betty L. (Ream) Crosley. She married Robert G. Wright and he survives. Pamelia worked in the accounting office at IT Travel, graduated from Garfield High School in 1967 and from Indiana State University in 1971. She was a member of the Family Worship Center in Brazil and the Southern Indiana Paint Horse Club...
ROBERT L. WISE (12/09/04)
\Robert L. Wise, 88, of Indianapolis and formerly of Terre Haute, died Sunday, Dec. 5, 2004, in Lakeview Manor in Indianapolis. Born Feb. 5, 1916, in Sullivan County, Ind., he was the son of Flavius and Leona Wise. He was a member of Terre Haute First Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge No. 86, Zorah Shrine and the Scottish Rite...
RUTH A. BOYCE (12/09/04)
Ruth A. Boyce, 81, formerly of Poland and Putnam County, died at 11:05 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 6, 2004, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Since May 2002, she had been a resident of Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville. Born at Limedale on April 23, 1923, her parents were Vernie Beaman and Mary caldwell Beaman. She was a 1941 graduate of Reelsville High School...
ROBERT NOEL SELSAM (12/09/04)
Robert "Dinger" Noel Selsam, 65, of Center Point died Monday, Dec. 6, 2004, at 3:50 p.m. in St. Vincent Hospital at Indianapolis. Born Feb. 10, 1939, in Vermillion County, he was the son of William C. and Florence Vogel Selsam and the grandson of Dr. Etta B. Selsam of Terre Haute...
MARTHA EILEEN HUNT (12/09/04)
Martha Eileen (Myers) Hunt, 87, of Greenwood, Ind., formerly of Indianapolis, died Monday, Dec. 6, 2004, in Greenwood Village South. Born June 3, 1917, in Clinton, Ind., she was the daughter of Lewis M. and Myrtle P. (Cratty) Myers. She was married to Joseph Raymond Hunt, who is deceased...
PATRICIA R. CLUESMAN (12/09/04)
Patricia R. Cluesman, 67, of Jasonville, Ind., died Monday, Dec. 6, 2004, in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born April 6, 1937, in Noblesville, Ind., she was the daughter of Frank and Bertha Lear O'Neal. She attended school in Noblesville and later worked for RCA in Indianapolis for 14 years...