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Stories from Monday, December 20, 2004

New owner president visits Spun Metals (12/20/04)
Spun Metals Manufacturing Engineer/Tool Room Foreman Buddy Raderstorf explains the fundamentals of the Hwacheon Hi-eco 45, a turning center for machining, at Spun Metals last week. With Buddy, left, are Spun Metals Quality Manager Shelly Raderstorf, Buddy, Integrated Energy Technologies President Michael Lampert and Spun Metals Production Manager Steve Fidler. Linda Messmer photo...
One killed in car crash (12/20/04)
A one-vehicle accident in Vermillion County left a passenger dead and the driver seriously injured. Around 10 p.m. Friday, a vehicle driven by Brenda M. Cooper, 40, of Ridge Farm, Ill., hit a tree broadside on CR 1300S in Vermillion County. Cooper was transported to West Central Hospital and then transferred to Meth-odist Hospital in Indianapolis by medical helicopter...
Back home again (12/20/04)
Former Brazil Police Capt. Roger Lindsay (in white T-shirt) arrives at the Terre Haute Air Center Friday night after being extradited from Florida by the Indiana State Police. Surrounding him are Sgt. Joe Watts, Detective Troy Stanton and Trooper Jared Nicoson. ...
Police impound 2nd car in two days (12/20/04)
Police investigating the murder of Toni Dickison impounded another vehicle in connection to the case on Friday, the second in as many days. "We have a couple cars impounded," Indiana State Police Sgt. Joe Watts said. "We impounded them for investigative purposes at our state police facility."...
Golden Gloves boxer recalls memorable fight (12/20/04)
Part 3 of 3 Cordell Hull boxed in the Golden Gloves Tournaments in the late 1940s and early 50s. As a teenager, he joined the Brazil Eagles Boxing Club and participated in numerous matches throughout the area for four years. He enjoyed the physical challenges boxing posed and the camaraderie with the other boys and trainers...
Defense spurs Northview girls to victory (12/20/04)
The Northview Knights clamped down their defense versus visiting Edgewood on Friday night and eased away for a 46-21 conference victory. The Knights allowed 11 points to Edgewood in the first quarter, but allowed just 10 points over the final three periods and held the Mustangs to just 20 percent (9-of-45) shooting from the field for the game...
Free throws in final second sink Knights (12/20/04)
The Edgewood Mustangs were far from gracious visitors in Friday night's Western Indiana Conference battle that also marked the return of Northview head coach Mitch Lancaster to the Knights' bench. In a foul prone, to say the least, contest, the Mustangs hit two free throws with just four-tenths of a second left in the game to take a tension filled 55-53 decision from Northview...
FOREST MACE AKER (12/20/04)
Forest Mace Aker, 83, of Greencastle died Saturday morning, Dec. 18, 2004, in his home. Born May 23, 1921, in Center Point, he was the son of Forest and Lucille (Mace) Aker. On Oct. 4, 1952, he married Betty Jane France who survives. A lifelong resident of Putnam County, he grew up in Washington Township on the family farm and graduated from Reelsville High School. ...
CATHERYNE ELIZABETH BERRY (12/20/04)
Catheryne Elizabeth Berry, 84 of Brazil, died at 9:55 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 19, 2004, in the St. Vincent Clay Hospital emergency room. Born in Shepherdsville, Ind., she was the daughter of the late William and the late Eva Jane (Lucas) Kingery. She was a homemaker and had attended the Church of Christ in Knightsville...