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Terre Haute Saturday Spectator (Newspaper) - February 14, 1970, Terre Haute, Indiana
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A committee from the Wabash senior citizens Center has assembled kits for the Block Wori cers for heart sunday. 7 is. Mary Marshall served As chairman of this a roup. Or. Joe Brown 633 s. 22nd st., has working with him be eral Telephone operators working from 9 . To 9 . In his Home recruiting volunteers for the drive. The Alpha Phi sorority will be responsible for heart fund canisters that will be distributed to most local business places. Mrs. Donald Pendergast 32 Mckinley blvd., is chairman of this project. Miss Mary Brunson who is a freshman at ind it Ian. State univ. Has completed kits that will be mailed to Vigo county schools with educational information which will be help til for the students. This was a class project for miss Brunson. The first special event was held Jan. 31 feb. 1 by Mike Ventura for the heart of Gold people had a Chance to vote for their favorite song by donating to the heart fund. On feb. 14, the Alpha Tatt Omega fraternity at Rose polytechnic Institute will hold their annual tag Day. Dean Spear is the chairman. Mrs. Patricia Hoope gamer 2825 Wood Smul dr., is the chairman for All of the communities South of Terre haute. Again this year a television auction on March 1 will permit area residents the Opportunity to bid on items once used by prominent persons and television personalities. Or. John Kesler is chairman of this event. The american heart association which the Vigo county heart association is affiliated along with Indiana heart association is the Only voluntary clean As a pin for longer Wear. Better appearance. Month after month a Send All your cleaning to Krausbek. Specialist in More thorough cleaning Krausbek cleaners 41i s. 13�h Strait 1s4-mm for the family fashion foot Wear by 21-29 Meadows cinch health Agency in the United states devoting All its energies to the reduction of Prenia Ture death and disability caused by the Many forms of heart and blood vessel disease. It is a voluntary because its members Are private citizens in Many walks of life who have Delica Al themselves to the fight against heart disease. It is a a voluntary also in the sense that All its resources come from freely Given cooperation and financial support of the general Public. Supported by the heart fund the local association has programs of research professional info nation Public education and Community service. Those who serve on the local Board of the Vigo heart association Are As follows or. James w. Cristee president or. Guy Newman treasurer mrs. Frances Groves memorials chairman or. Michael Breitmeyer professional information chairman and prof. Andrew j. Zeberl Public education chairman. A reports on Vigo county James c. Robison manager of the Indiana veterans administration regional office in Indiana la Olis has disclosed that the a spent $2,933,275.00 in Vigo county to Aid veterans during fiscal year 1969. This includes $2,272,942.00 in compensation pensions. Administrator of veterans affairs Donald e. Johnson revealed at the same time the total a funds expended in the state of Indiana during the same period amounted to about $16312,011.00 of which $99,515,830.00 was in compensation and pension payments. Funds spent in Vigo county Robison said also included $249,979.00 for readjustment and vocational rehabilitation and $410,354.00 for insurance and indemnities. Regional office expenditures and Hospital operating costs in the state of India iia amounted to $29,463301.00 the a also spent $227 in Indiana for construct in a and related costs. According to Robison the a is the third largest Federal Agency and operates the largest 166 Hospital network in the free world As Well As administering one of the biggest insurance programs in the nation. Frantz Heads division for Amphitheater Welt u. Frantz vice chairman of the Board of Eastern be prets inc., has accepted the chairmanship of the int Vidal pattern gifts Zuhri Sion of the University civic Amphitheater Campaign. Donald e. Smith Campaign chairman announced that Frantz had accepted the position. Frantz division will work to obtain Early individual gifts to support the joint i diversity Community project. Frants division will also work in close cooperation with the Industrial and business pattern gifts headed by John k. Lemry Plant manager of the Columbia records division of the Columbia broadcasting system inc. A substantial leadership gifts Are vital to spearhead our Campaign efforts Smith said. A we must have significant participation from this influential segment of our Community to help guarantee the Success of the Campaign. Frantz said he was pleased to join other members of the Community serving Campaign members. A the University civic Amphitheater is an exciting project which promises to provide added im-l>�,tu3 to our Wabash Valley growth and development Frantz stated. A i concur with the Many citizens who have cited the value an Amphitheater will provide for Indiana state University and our Indiana Illinois Valley area. A native of Atlanta Illinois Frantz has been associated with the trucking Industry for 40 years the last 24 years with Eastern express where he has served As executive vice president and general manager for 16 years and As president for eight years. He was named vice chairman of the Board this year. Active in local state and National transportation groups Frantz is a past president of the american trucking association Indiana motor truck association and the Terre haute motor carriers association and he is a chairman pro Tern for life of the Eastern Central motor carriers association. He is a founder member of the american society of traffic and transportation and a Board member and vice chairman of the Highway panel of transportation association of America As Well As National president and life member of the National defense transportation association. A director and vice chairman of the transpor1a> tion committee of the United states chamber of Commerce the Eastern express official is a past vice president of the Indiana state chamber of Commerce and a past president of the Terre haute chamber of Commerce. He is also a director of the National safety Council. A world War ii u. S. Aimy Veteran Frantz is a director of the Terre haute first National Bank Union Hospital of Terre haute the Isu foundation and Junior achievement of the Wabash Valley. A member of Rose polytechnic institutes Board of associates he serves on the Isu school of business consultative committee and the Northwestern University transportation Center advisory committee and he is a member of the Board of overseers of the Swope Art gallery in Terre haute. Frantz and his wife Frances reside at 250 Kean Lane Woodridge and Are the parents of one daughter Melana Susan. State allocates crime fighting Money the Indiana criminal Justice planning commission has announced approval of Grants totalling $4,088.10 to Region six cities for crime fighting equipment and training. Region six includes the counties of Lawrence Monroe Greene Clay Owen Putnam Parke Sullivan Vigo and Vermillion. The most recent allocation is in addition to a Grant of $11,781.00 to the City of Bloomington for
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