Moments in Time, Sept. 14

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library

Sept. 14, 1917 — Fifty-two men are summoned to report to the LaPorte courthouse on Tuesday to receive final instructions before leaving for Camp Taylor the following morning.

Sept. 14, 1967 — The Indiana State Health Commission asks for assistance from local health officers in removing from the market defective color television tubes which may be a source of a radiation hazard.

Sept. 14, 1992 — Lillian Gondeck is selected to be auditor to finish the term left vacant by Betty Shail’s death.

Sept. 14, 2007 — A study finds that the proposed intermodal would be better use of farmland than the current unchecked residential sprawl.

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