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Terre Haute Saturday Spectator (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Terre Haute, Indiana 1/ vol. Xviii no. 24 published every saturday As a Republican newspaper ten cents a it copy $6 a year outside Vigo county annual Virgo county subscription rate $4.00 Spectator publishing company inc. 51 Spectator court Terre Hau a. Indiana 47801 phone 232-3371 second class postage at Post office Terre haute Indiana Terre haute Indiana 47801, june 20, 1970cork s comments a Why can t you make a left turn off third Street. Onto Hulmon Street. On the red Light when there Are no cars coming at Many times of the Day and night there is very Little traffic East and West on Hulmon. ,. Yet especially during the vacation driving season there is a tremendous amount of North South traffic at the intersection. There is no left Arrow turn on the traffic lights and 1 personally have set thru three Green lights attempting a left turn. A it a Terre haute s Joe Quinn who is president of the state fair Board. Say s he would like to have the biggest. Best. And cleanest state fair in the country. Regarding the cleanest category. He plans on having several Hundred boy scouts girl scouts 4-h clubbers Etc. Form a skirmish line several times each Day which will go from one Side of the Fairgrounds to the other picking up waste paper and litter. A we have received an answer from the state Board of health As to Why we cannot print the cause of death in our obituary column. We quote from the letter the Vigo county health department has inquired of us As to publication of the cause of death. It was informed that chapter 157, acts of 1949, provides that Quot the local health officers from such Stillbirth and death certificates shall make a permanent record of the name sex age place of birth and residence of the deceased which records shall be open to Public inspection you will note that the cause of death is not listed in this statutory requirement. In summary the policy of releasing the cause of death for publication is established by each individual health officer or his Board and not by the state Board of health. So. The state Board of health does not care if we print the cause of death. But evidently the local health officer has the right to say or a no. And because they consider it. Privileged information. We cannot print it. A has an attorney been retained by the masons in regards to the masonic Temple on North clean As a pin for longer Wear. Better appearance. Month after month a Send All your dry cleaning to Krausbek. Specialist in More thorough cleaning. Krauchek 8th Street and the new amphitheatre we hear there might be a disagreement involving How much ground will remain surrounding the Temple a Marsee Cox editor of the Tribune after paying a visit to the boys state convention says he was amazed. And pleased. When he did t find that first Long haired hippy in the group. In a we have a report from a recent state meeting regarding pollution and foundries. And it seems that the necessary equipment for a foundry to eliminate pollution will be so expensive that some foundries May be forced to shut Down. We Hope the ones in the Terre haute area can keep their front doors open. A a sol a we Hope that someone. City county. Or property owner. Gets around to cutting the High weeds at the intersection of 13th and Boston. Before someone gets killed. One of our Northside reporters tells us that you have to pull your car about half Way across the intersection before you can see if another car is approaching. A a we wonder if the lid has been lifted by the Terre savings Bank on banking hour in the Terre haute area. In other parts of the country we know of Banks that Are open on saturday mornings and we Are a Yare of Branch Banks located in shopping centers that remain open two or three nights a week. A have you seen the announcements on to regarding How much Progress our Hoosier state has made during the past couple of years. And How much Money has been saved thru various Means we think they re very Good for the Hoosier state. But we keep waiting for a political pitch to go along with the announcement. Could they have originally been filmed for such a purpose Terre haute Jaycees. Off and running Terre Hautess award winning Jaycees will play Host this saturday for the Junior Champ track and Field championships. The meet will be conducted on Indiana state University track. Boys and girls Ages 9 thru 18, Wil take part in the meet with the winners moving on to the state finals to be held in Elkhart on july 18. Harold Gosnell is general chairman for the event and the meet director will be Pete James. The state finals last year were held in Terre haute and the majority of the winners were from the Hyte Center. The local team which actually represented the state of Indiana went on to capture second place in the nation wide compete Tiomi. For the family fas Felon foot Wear by famous for Comfort 21-25 Meadows Center courses to be offered in addition to those previously announced listed by schools include con Cannon a Art Home economics Industrial arts geography and science Mclean Industrial arts Home economics and microbiology Otter Creek microbiology Industrial arts Home economics enriched math and history of Europe Sarah Scott a English enrichment math enrichment Home economic Industrial arts and Miciu biology Woodrow Wilson Art Industrial arts Home economics algebra review and science. Enrolment in All classes must have a minimum of 25 students for the class to be offered. Class size for remedial classes must be not less than 15 and not More than 20. Transportation will be provided for those Junior High school pupils who Are regularly transported to school. Transportation will be on Skeleton routes which will utilize main arteries of traffic taking into consideration Pupil density factors. There will be Counselor in All Junior and senior High schools for a six week period june 22 through july 31. Dry cleaners 419 s. 13th Street 234-6528 Junior High summer school classes enlarged due to late word of additional Federal funding under title i if the elementary and secondary education act the Junior High summer school program to be offered by the Vigo county school corporation june 22-july 31, has been expanded to include Many additional subjects in addition to the remedial Reading and remedial math classes. Dooley takes executive director Post a restructuring of the staff of the West Central Indiana economic development District and the Terre haute committee for area Progress has been announced jointly by Donald Foltz president of the five county District organization and or. Alan Rankin president of the committee for area Progress at a joint meeting of the Board of directors. Keith Cornelison who has been executive director for the committee since september 1966, and executive director for the committee since its form Ding in june 1968, has resigned to take a similar position in Baltimore Maryland. His duties will be taken Over by Jerry Dooley who became a member of the District staff in june 1969, or. Dooley will also assume or. Cornelison a responsibilities with the Taferre haute committee for area Progress. During the month of May Dooley has been developing an Industrial development program for the Terre haute chamber of Commerce. He has returned to District duties to fill the vacancy created by or Cornelison. A we Are very Happy to have Jerry continue the Job that or Cornelison has so ably carried on a said Foltz a the is thoroughly familiar with the oper
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