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Vevay, Indiana
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Another view

To the Editor:

In reply to Mr. Hollingsworth’s Letter to the Editor replying to Mrs. Fisher’s letter. I think he is drinking too much Democrat Kool-Aid. I’ll go to his points.

Another view

To the Editor:

In regard to Mrs. Fisher’s comments about Democrats ruining our country: FDR steered the country out of the Depression and led our country into World War II, LBJ put into effect more civil rights legislation than any other president, Bill Clinton led the country to its greatest economic heights.

Child to work

Dear Editor:

Take Your Child to Work Day is Wednesday, April 26th. While this annual event provides an opportunity for some participating business’ employees to bring their child to work, working parents must count on others to provide quality care for their children throughout the rest of the year.

Child abuse

Dear Editor:

As we celebrate the prevention of child abuse and neglect this month of April, I would like to take the opportunity to thank United Fund of Switzerland County for their support and grant to our organization, Prevent Child Abuse Council of Switzerland County.

Know the facts

To the Editor:

Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social Security (FICA) Program. He promised:

1. That participation in the Program would be completely voluntary.

License plates

To the Editor:

Part of the work and service of the Switzerland County Historical Society is to answer a variety of requests we receive through the mail.

Horse power

To the Editor:

I would like to thank a previous letter writer for pointing out the fact that speed kills. God bless you for thinking of others first. I know you are really trying to point out the fact that you and countless other like minded people wish to show no consideration for others, let alone respect.

Deeply sorry

To the Editor:

My previous Letter to the Editor was not meant to hurt anyone, only to discuss public safety and to protect “buggies” from other forms of travel on State Road 56 and State Road 129.

Drive responsibly

To the Editor:

When there are real problems we need real solutions. What can we do to promote safe highways? Speed limits are guides. What is safe at 55 mph in good weather in daylight, with good road conditions, is far too fast at night, especially during inclement weather.

What’s the issue?

To the Editor:

We are writing regarding a letter in the March 23rd edition (Safe Highways?). The letter from Mt. Sterling refers to, “. . . Wagons with slow moving horses in our roadways...” (and a growing number of bicycles). The letter ends with, “. . . If this issue concerns you or your family, help solve this problem.”