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Terre Haute Saturday Spectator (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Terre Haute, Indiana
The new coordinator and his family reside at 2227 s. 7th Street. Ask us about the famous Rock of Ages 4-Way guarantee Terre haute Momi Meiff Cem Puy James n. Hollis Martha Hollis Call Robert l. Hollis 109 Wabash Avenue or. Meneghini named chairman of local Myers for Congress Campaign or. Angelo Meneghini plural route 23, has been named chairman of the Myers for Congress in finance committee in Vigo county according to an announcement by Robert l. Holibaugh Terre haute chairman of the seventh congressional District Campaign committee. The Terre haute optometrist will head the drive for funds on behalf of congressman John Myers reelection Campaign As Well As coordinate All activities on behalf of the second term Republican congressman in this county. A John Myers has compiled a distinguished record of service to his District and the nation during the last four years. Now it is our turn to help , As Well As ourselves by assuring the reelection of this Able and dedicated Young Man a the chairman said. Or. Meneghini said contributions to the Myers for Congress committee could be sent to his Home of to Post office Box 97, Covington Indiana 47932. Csc music coordinator appointed William Hatt has been appointed coordinator of music for the Vigo county school corporation. A native of Indiana he was bom in Craw Fordsville in 1928. He received his is and is degree from Indiana state University. He also attended Indiana University and was the first drum major of the marching 100 after world War in his teaching career spans a period of 20 Yoars. He taught at the school City of Union City 1950-53 fort we Ayne Community schools 1953-64 and the Salem Community schools 1964-69. His musical background is extensive having Perfo nned with the fort Wayne philharmonic symphony the Southern Indiana symphony and the Terre haute symphon3 he has also produced and directed three Broadway musicals. His professional and Community member shins include the Indiana music education association Indiana bandmaster a association National school orchestra association masonic Lodge scottish Rit it Lodge Mizpah shrine National education asocial Tion and the american school band directors association. He is a member of the Maple Avenue methodist Church. He and his wife Barbara have four children Daphne a Sophomore at Indiana state University Douglas 18, fort Wayne state Hospital and training Center Dennis 15, 9th Grade student at Sarah Scott and Debra 11, a 6th Grade student of Fairbanks elementary school. Mrs. Hatt is a member of the faculty teaching English at Gerst Meyer. Coal business boosts Hoosier Economy the production and transportation of bituminous directly adds at least $83 million a year to the Economy of Indiana a Survey recently completed by the National Coal policy conference discloses. The a pc a Washington based organization which represents All segments of the Industrial federation built around Coal said that the study based on 1969 production showed. Quot a total of 4,610 persons employed in producing and transporting Coal and in manufacturing Coal mining machinery and equipment. Total wages for these workers of $49,024,000. Exp and itunes totalling $29,120,00 within the state for services and supplies to sustain Coal production. A total of $4,711,00 paid in local and state taxes exclusive of Federal income taxes. The a pc report pointed out that the total economic contribution of $8 million is even larger when the a a turnover of Coal generated wages is considered. According to the department of Commerce each Dollar spent generated another $2.6 in Trade and thus the Indiana Economy is bolstered by another $127,462,400. According to a breakdown in expenditures used by the census Bureau it can be calculated that Indiana workers dependent upon Coal spent in 19g9 a total of $31.1 million of their wages on three essentials food housing and clothing. Another $2.8 million was spent for medical and dental expenses $5.7 million on transportation $3.8 million on recreation and i Ronal care and $5.5 million for miscellaneous goods and services. Thus Many thousands of other Indiana citizens profited by Coal production transportation and utilization in the state. No pc a study also revealed that nationwide Coal production and transportation had cont ii buted almost $3.1 billion directly and Over $6.4 billion indirectly to the nations Ece Nomany. Terre haute boy receives scholarship the National association of record merchandisers inc., has awarded a $4,000 scholarship to Bruce a. Smith who will be a freshman this fall at Indiana state University. Smith the son of or. And mrs. Bruce a. Smith 2027 North eighth Street is one of 10 students selected throughout the United states to receive the four year scholarship from the Narm scholarship foundation on the basis of the scholarship and need. He will be enrolled on a pre Law course majoring in political science. Smith attended Honey Creek High school for two years and completed his High school education at Garfield High school where he was a 1970 Gra Ltd uate. He was a member of the varsity football teams at both schools the Tennis Champ at Garfield and played the trumpet in both High school bands. In addition he served As both president and vice president of the Garfield High school teachers of America club and was a member of the Garfield student Council. Two other members of his family a brother and sister Are graduates of Isu. Young Smith applied for the Hola ship through Columbia records inc., where his Mother is an employee Mila amp so. Memory Chapel traditional dignity combined with today s Modem facilities phone Mius ish Goth at Chestnut to Bibb Haubt bounced by president mrs. Earl Whitecotton at Marion. In making the announcement mrs. Whitecotton thanked All applicants and particularly the volunteers Calvin Hiatt ., Cicero Forest Stoops Carmel mrs. Mary Alice Eisaman Bluff ton Raphael a Lessinger Jasper and Arthur w. Wilkie fort Wayne whom it de up the personnel committee for their efforts. Or. Carter brings to this position a background of some fourteen years of experience of working for the handicapped. His experience stems from former work with this society the Indiana and Marion county associations for retarded children and Winona memorial Hospital. Or. Carter hold a is degree from Indiana University. A native of Kokomo he is married to the former Virginia Herr also of Kokomo. They and their two children Jeffrey and Marsha presently reside in Hamilton county near Westfield. In accepting this Post or. Carter says a it is indeed an Honor to have been selected for this of pc a Unity to be a part of furthering the much needed Community services of our state of new director for easter Seal society selection of James a. Carter is executive director of the Indiana easier Seal society for crippled children and adults inc., has been an new v2-percent Bonus on u. S. Savings Bonds a real boons or. Anton Hulman ,., Vigo county chairman for u. S. Savings Bonds reports that the 12-percent Bonus approved by president Nixon Means that savings Bond owners can realize 5 percent annual interest on their holdings. A the Bonus applies both to Bonds purchased on and after june 1, 1970 and those bought before and still outstanding. There la be no need to redeem any Bonds to Benefit from the new rate. Now More than Ever before it pays to buy and hold onto your Bonds. The increase is a real Boon a or. Hulmon said. He noted that Bonds Are a like g Ood friends of the family to people in Vigo county. They re present at Milestone occasions. You la find them Given at births and christenings. Through the payroll savings and Bond a month plans they re accumulated to help pay for events important in family life educations new Homes and autos wedding vacations and eventually retirement. Bonds Are a Friend in need during unexpected family or. Hulmon also pointed out that Federal funds for protecting our environment and for developing it i recreation areas Are bolstered through tie Purchase of savings Bonds. He pointed out that the 10 million americans who Purchase Bonds regularly enjoy other benefits. A the interest paid on u. S. Savings Bonds is not subject to state or local income and pers Omil pro retry taxes. This new rate increase coupled with their tax advantages makes savings Bonds especially useful a or. Hulmon said
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