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Stories from Thursday, May 19, 2005

Siren installation begins (05/19/05)
While poles for storm sirens in Brazil Township were set Wednesday, no one seems to know when they will be fully functional. Brazil Township Trustee Marcia Tozer told The Brazil Times that employees from Cinergy, which donated its services, were placing poles for the three emergency sirens at Calvary Baptist Church, J&B Trucking and Yankee Rose sites. ...
Habitat plans fish fry on Friday (05/19/05)
- Wendy Farrell and daughters own newest house built by Habitat for Humanity on North Leavitt St. Less than a week after Clay County's Habitat for Humanity dedicated a newly constructed home to Wendy Farrell, it will raise money at the Jonah Fish Fry Friday...
Finders seek profit from unclaimed treasure (05/19/05)
While Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter is working to help Hoosiers claim lost or forgotten money free of charge, others are hoping to make a profit from that same effort. Professional finders may send postcards or letters to citizens claiming they can help secure these unclaimed properties, but in reality, people can do a little digging and unearth forgotten treasures themselves...
Terre Haute Police hold robbery suspect (05/19/05)
A suspect is in custody and Terre Haute Police are looking for another man in connection with the Speedway robbery in Brazil. WTHI-TV is reporting Michael Landers, 21, of Terre Haute, is in jail on burglary and robbery charges. In addition to robbing the Speedway station on National Ave. in Brazil, Terre Haute Police say he committed several armed robberies in the past week, including a robbery at a Subway restaurant on Fruitridge Avenue...
'Take me out to the ball game!' (05/19/05)
Enjoying the sun and warm weather at Victory Stadium in Indianapolis, North Clay Middle School eighth-grade students were treated to a morning of Indians' Baseball on Monday. Assistant Principal Dr. Jeff Allen organizes the event that is a reward for good behavior during the school year. More than 550 students from 6th to 8th grades have gone to Victory Field in Indianapolis to see the Indianapolis Indians play baseball during the last few weeks...
Chamberlain headed to Marian College (05/19/05)
(Back row l-r) Northview AD, Charley Jackson, Marian Head Coach John Grimes, Northview Head Coach Mitch Lancaster and Assistant Principal, Jim Church. (Front row l-r) Allie True (left) and Mark Chamberlain (right) watch as Heath signs his letter-of-intent to play basketball at Marian College...
Knights end WIC slate with win over Edgewood (05/19/05)
Craig Trout fires to first base during Wednesday's win over Edgewood. Trout had an RBI single in the game and reached base three times. Northview completed their trip through their conference schedule on Wednesday night with a hard fought 13-6 win over visiting Edgewood...
Jonson shutout leads Northview (05/19/05)
ELLETTSVILLE -- Stephanie Jonson usually smiles her way through every Northview High School softball game. But after walking five batters on Tuesday, Jonson was in no mood to smile Wednesday afternoon when she took the mound at Edgewood for the WIC rematch...
EDNA MERLE PENCE (05/19/05)
Edna Merle Pence, 89, of Brazil died at 2:30 p.m. May 18, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born December 17, 1915, at Yale, Michigan, she was the daughter of George and Marie West Shearer. She graduated from Pontiac High School in Michigan in 1933. ...
ALICE B. TARVIN (05/19/05)
Alice B. Tarvin, 91, Indianapolis, formerly of Brazil, died Tuesday, May 17, at 9:30 p.m. at Spring Mill Meadows. She formerly resided at Clearwater Commons for three years, and in Brazil on West State Road 340 and North Walnut Street. She was born in Staunton on Dec. 27, 1913. Her parents were John Tarvin and Rebecca Walzer Tarvin...