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Stories from Friday, October 28, 2005

New therapy available to breast cancer patients in Clay County (10/28/05)
- Treatment limited to the 20-30 percent of patients who express the HER-2/NEU gene Breast cancer patients in Clay County will soon have access to a new therapy some have described as a "cure" for certain forms of the disease. Several recently published studies have indicated that Herceptin, a drug manufactured by Genetech and originally used to treat metastatic (spreading) breast cancers, significantly reduces the risk of recurrence when used as an adjuvant (post-surgical) therapy. ...
Community mourns passing of 'Fred's Market' owner (10/28/05)
Submitted photo On their 75th wedding anniversary, Clara and Fred Schultz Jr. had a large party and almost all relatives attended. The couple were married on Dec. 24, 1929, and have a total of 57 descendants and family members. On Wednesday, cherished memories filled the home once occupied by Clara and Fred Schultz Jr. Since Fred's death on Oct. 20, members of his family have relied on the past to get them through this difficult time...
New system intended to include more people as potential jurors (10/28/05)
Do you refuse to register to vote to lessen the chance of being called for jury duty? If you have a license, state ID card or pay taxes, you could be called for jury duty sooner than you think. A new project called the Jury Pool Project compiled by the Judicial Technology and Automation Committee will create a new database for Indiana that pulls possible juror names from lists of drivers license holders, state identification holders and taxpayers. ...
Pump Prices (10/28/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
Students exposed to folklore (10/28/05)
On Thursday, Folklorist Dr. Nancy McEntire shared legends, tall tales, proverbs, myths and folksongs with seventh grade students at North Clay Middle School and Clay City Jr./Sr. High School. North Clay Middle School students pictured with McEntire are: Paris Wilburn, Twyla Henderson, Audi Dickens and William Burgess.This program was made available through the CAPE Grant...
North Clay wins over West Vigo (10/28/05)
The North Clay eighth grade boys basketball team won a convincing 57-17 decision over West Vigo this week as Chance Talbot lead the way with a game-high 20 points. Damon Hyatt added 14 points for the Knights with Dillon Reynolds chipping in with eight in the victory. Both Bret Jadvani and Bryant Pestoff had six points for North Clay and Jordan Girton, Kodie Girton, Connor Bowman and Zac Hull added two points...
STEPHEN EARL HACKETT (10/28/05)
Stephen Earl Hackett, 59, of Brazil, died at 6:16 a.m. Tuesday October 25, 2005 in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born December 30, 1945, in Lafayette, he was the son of the late Henry Earl and the late Grace (Pugh) Hackett. Mr. Hackett married Patricia Louise Johnson on July 1, 1967 in Tipton, Indiana...
ROSEMARY N. HUDSON (10/28/05)
Rosemary N. Hudson, 84, of Brazil died at 11:45 a.m., October 26, 2005, at The Waters of Greencastle in Greencastle, Ind. Born December 24, 1920, in Brazil, the daughter of William A. and Mary C. Young Haddan. While attending Brazil High School, she was a high jumper for the track team and played clarinet in the band. She married Donald L. Hudson on March 8, 1943. Rosemary served as a block leader in the Civil Defense Department during World War II. In her spare time she enjoyed oil painting...
BETTY JANE (MARTIN) SMOCK (10/28/05)
Betty Jane (Martin) Smock, 71, of Brazil, died at her residence in the morning of October 26, 2005. She was born July 23, 1934, to Cleo and Helen Mager Martin. She graduated from Van Buren High School. On August 18, 1968, she married Water "Tom" Smock. ...