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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch to serve As Best we can. The Brainerd area a in the heart of the Lake Region inca feature service and news picture member of the associated press dial 3511 Brainerd Minnesota monday june 29. 1953 vol. 79�?no. 277 c a r death takes or. Thabes or. And his wife this morning or. And mrs. John thabes . And mrs. John thabes.sr., who both died this morning Are pictured a they appeared at their Golden wedding anniversary nov. La 1950. Accidents fire take nine lives in state or. John thabes sr., 80, died at St. Joseph s Hospital at 6 a.m., this morning and his wife Daisy 81, died an hour and a half later. Or. Thabes who had practice Medicine in brainer for 51 years before his retirement in 1947 had been ill for a year and a half. Mrs. Thabes died after learning of her husbands death. Or. Thabes was bom dec. 5, 1872 in Minneiska Minn. He came to Brainerd with his parents when he was la years old. He attended the Brainerd elementary schools and was graduated from Washington High school. He then went to the University of Minnesota medical school where he was graduated with the class of 1896. Immediately after finishing his medical course or. Thabes returned to Brainerd and entered practice with the late or. Camp. In 1896 or. Thabes took Post graduate work in surgery in j new York City. In addition to being on the staff of St. Josephus Hospital or. Thabes was affiliated with the old Northern Pacific Hospital when it was located in Brainerd on the West Side of the Mississippi River or. Thabes for Many years was chairman of the Board of directors of the Deerwood Sanatorium. He was a member of the american College of surgeons american medical association state medical association and at Brainerd Airport airliners make a pretty picture four times a Day Landing at the Airport Here but unless there is greater use of the planes by passengers and for express and mail the City is in danger of losing its daily air service. A Public meeting is scheduled tuesday night in the elks Lodge rooms to discuss the problem. In the above picture a 21-passenger dc-3, Quot North liner Quot is shown coming in to the Airport Here. A a a a meeting set tuesday night on air service open county wide drive to Aid Young fire victim by the associated press dentally As a 10-year-old brother eleven persons lost their lives was Nutting it on its Hanger in in automobile accidents in Mississippi medical Ings and other mishaps in min Nev South St Paul the lad said he he served As sofa Over the weekend did not know the weapon was Dent and Secretary. Three traffic accidents claimed loaded the charge struck her both or and or thabes two lives each. Drownings Ain the heart. Took Shotgun Accident and a fire Gary Gellert 19, South St.1 added to the list. I Paul drowned in the St. Croix a pair of double deaths in tray a River near Bayport when he Fie mishaps was the biggest fac tried to swim 150 feet to a div Tor with drownings a Shotgun Dock during a Church picnic Accident and a fire adding to the a Dawson Man and a woman list. I were fatally injured in a car victims were tank trailer collision a half mile Walter l. Finney 31, and his East of Dawson and Highway 212 brother Roy w. Finney 35, both of Minneapolis. Their car smashed into a tree sunday 25 Friday night. Mrs. Bennie Pearson 39, died in a Dawson Hospi to sunday and r. B. Peterson Miles sol h of Iowa Falls la., -si4&Quot Driver of the car died today they returned to Minneapolis. Virgil Kornegay 30, rising Star Texas and Gordon Gene Johnson 19, Fessenden n. D. Their car rolled Over several times after going out of control near Duluth saturday. Clarence e. Guth 51, Minneapolis drowned in Clear Lake near Litchfield trying to help his wife and daughter in Law after they had been pitched into the water by capsizing of their boat in the excitement that followed one of the party getting a bite. Sandy Johnson 3, drowned in a Bay of the Mississippi River near red Wing after she wandered away from her fathers car. Boy 5, Hurt when struck by car Here a five year old Brainerd boy is in St. Josephus Hospital today for treatment of injuries suffered when he was struck by a car while Riding his tricycle saturday noon. The boy David Wessell son of or. And mrs. William Wessell 113 a Street suffered a fractured leg. He was struck by a car driven by Earl Davis 823 second ave a fire that destroyed the main j nue on second Avenue about Lodge at the gunflint Lodge 50 1150 feet North of a Street. Davis told police that the boy Rode his tricycle from an Alley into the Street. A keen interest in Public health. Or thabes served on the state Board of health for a number of years and mrs. Thabes was a past president of the Minnesota Public health association and a member of the Minnesota medical association auxiliary. She also served for 30 years As chairman of the Crow Wing county red Cross chapter. In addition to his work in Medicine or. Thabes was Active meeting tuesday night Are Frank Brainerd residents were urged again today to attend a Public meeting tuesday night in the elks Lodge rooms to discuss methods of keeping scheduled airline service Here. The meeting called by the civic association will be held at 8 p. In. In calling the meeting Veiner Anderson executive Secretary of the civic association pointed out that scheduled airline service will be lost Here by Ore Spring unless there is greater use of passenger air express and mail service in and out of Brainerd. The planes Are now stopping Here on a temporary sclera permit. Scheduled to by present at he Miles North of grand Marais on gunflint Trail killed a youth identified tentatively As Stanley Jaskowski 18, Chicago. He went Back to the main Lodge for an unexplained reason after he and Union head Dies Cleveland up a James p. Three companions had gone to Shields 64, head of the brother their Cabin for the night. Hood of locomotive engineers Shirley Rose Hilsgen 12, killed died today following a heart at by a Shotgun discharged Acci tack. In Brainerd Community affairs. He was a past president of the civic association. Daisy Badeaux thabes was born june 25, 1872 in Evan Wood Mich. She had been a resident of Brainerd for 70 years. She attended Brainerd schools and after completing her education returned to Brainerd to teach school. She was a teacher in the Lincoln Grade school. On nov. La 1900, she was United in marriage to or. John thabes. In addition to her work in Public health mrs. Thabes served for 25 years As a member of the Brainerd Board of education. She also was a former Republican state chairwoman. Surviving or. And mrs. Thabes Are one son John thabes jr., Brainerd and one daughter Lois Hensley Tulsa okla. Five grandchildren Marybelle geor thabes continued on Page 5 Buttomer vice president of traffic and Sale of the North Central airlines and Leslie l. Schmo a county wide drive for funds to help a 19-year-old youth who nearly lost his life when he was burned while starting a stove fire july 22, 1952, got underway today As the task of distributing 1.000 counter containers was completed. The drive is being sponsored by a group of Brainerd businessmen. All funds collected in the drive will be used to give the fire victim Roger Neisen an Opportunity to continue his education and also for further treatment he might need. On july 22, 1952, 35 percent of Roger a body was burned when a can from which he was throwing kerosene on a fire exploded. He was taken to St Josephus Hospital where he was a patient until just a few weeks ago. At the time he was burned Rog it was working on a farm a amp i. Of Brainerd. According to his own Story. He had started a fire in a Wood Coal stove in a milk House and was in the act of throwing Kero gop leaders shift tactics on tax Bill Washington 7p a House the ways and Means group to act Republican leaders today drop on the Bill. Ped their move to Force House j apparently they were con consideration of the excess winced the committee would act profits tax Bill without action on the Bill extending the excess first by the tax writing ways profits tax for six months de and Means committee. Spite the die hard opposition of in a last minute shift of tac-1 chairman Reed tics aimed to Avert a bitter floor to a cheers from the House it the Battle they dropped thus a gop f00r Leader Halleck ind never and put on pressure the leadership s deep Sion not to press a move to get g Man a a i am ithe bar to floor by a special ill allow Llvell Rule from the rules committee. Open attack toward Seoul Seoul up a about 12.000 Halleck said he was convinced the Bill would be a handled in the Normal matter by the ways and Means previous refusal by the tax writing group to act on the administration proposal had led to the situation in which House keep body chinese reds backed by a Boom leaders were proposing to blast artillery barrage crashed be a Bill in the House floor into South korean positions a a be rules committee by along the Gateway to Seoul to-pa�?o�?Tsin3 ways and Means. Day i a ways and Means committee far to the North Allied Sabre vote sending the Bill to the i jets blasted six red migs to House floor would be a smash Earth running their score for the no Victory for the istra month to 59 Mig kills Only four tl0n in its Battle to keep the tax Short of the one month record Navy due to expire tuesday midget in september 1952. Night the migs were shot Down As Reed 13 years old and the the sabres flew a tight cover oldest Republican in length of Over 36 fighter bombers striking service in the House got up after at Namsim near sin Iju in North Babeck declare Western Korea. I a to not the reds poured a division or has voice was quivering with More into three Day old Battles emotion and be Shook his fist for two outpost Hills 40 Miles in emphasis due North of the capital just As be House gave Reed a stand were applied to his Chest Andjou korean infantrymen had in ova on they painfully had to be re swept to the Crest of one of the Eder Minnesota commissioner of Sene on the fire when the Kero aeronautics. Japanese flood recedes million left homeless by the associated Presa Tokyo up a a great flood that left More than 2,500 persons dead missing or Hurt and a million homeless receded today on the Southern Japan Island of Kyushu but dark rain Clouds posed an ominous new threat. Seven Days of torrential Rains turned much of the Northern part of Kyushu an area about the size of new Jersey into a vast Lake. The hapless japanese residents fled to any High ground they could find. By late afternoon today the known death toll stood at 409. It was expected to Rise when those missing now numbered at 1,178 a Are accounted for. And housed in the u. S. Army recreational facilities at that Northern Kyushu City. Fukuoka the islands largest City with 392,649 population and nearby Moji with 124,399, were almost ghost cities their residents evacuated before the surging flood. Some of the dead and missing drowned in the swollen Rivers others died As soaked sliding Earth crushed their Flimsy Homes. Thirty seven americans were rescued saturday from the Aso Kanko special services hotel which was nearly buried by a landslide. The americans including 29 servicemen the wives of six ten writers called to Mccarthy hearing Washington up a sen. Mccarthy a wis says he will Callio writers before his Senate investigations subcommittee this week for questioning a on the use of books by communist authors in the overseas information the to along with 13 other persons will be subpoenaed for hearings to run from wednesday through Friday Mccarthy said saturday night adding his staff was having trouble locating some who a obviously Are Hail and wind hits Hackensack roofs blown off Hackensack a terrific Hail rain and wind storm Tore off roofs uprooted Trees and Tore Down Power and Telephone wires Here this morning shortly before noon. The roof of the Hackensack lumber Yard was torn off part of the school roof was damaged and the Home of mrs. Emma Miller was crushed by a falling trea. Only part of the town had Telephone and electric service this afternoon. Most of the Trees in town were stripped of their branches and at least one automobile was crushed by falling Trees. Hail stones As Large As Goose eggs pounded the town during the storm. Sene can exploded and his clothing caught fire. He attempted to extinguish the Blaze by rolling in the dirt. For eight months Roger Lay Flat on his Back. Hoops Over his bed kept clothing from touching his body. Lights burned con Reed demanded a showdown Hills. Vote then and there saying furious red attack�?un-1was a a at or of principle As up Roger table to be up now i because posed of . ,yn.lid.lulh.? a two male wide a let s theve the and stretch on the Western front. Inep where you stand he said. The targets were bloodied out stand up like men. Posts Bak and Queen rising 500. Desp the Reeds opposition to 800 feet. Committee could be forced at last report the reds held to meet and vote on tax Bil both but fighting raged at the by a petition signed by a a foot of the outposts As the sturdy i a a atty of the 25-Man group. Roks regrouped and counteract the indication from Halleck s ment he a right need say Spon tacked announcement was that the Lead there was an unconfirmed re Erst up bad determined by Pri moved every few Days. Treatment to heal stubborn spots which have not responded to treatment. A we Hope we will be Able to raise a fund which will give Roger an Opportunity to further his education and also to give him a Reserve for any treat ers of the fund raising Campaign. Fund containers Are in All port that one red battalion�?500 vate canvass that this would be to 750 troops had broken past done Brainerd stores As Well As in a. Reed said he was a Dis Appow u Quot a u i ii the Heights and was assaulting business places throughout the the allies. Heavy it dug in line do the statement of members county covered by artillery that one who now 53 y they would vote Allied officer said hammered a report the bul from the Wajts any person wishing to make to Sously under the canopy to Brainerd. A direct contribution May do so Hal s Ike a Anvi the com and Means committee but who Berk first rational Bank Muniss slammed Back Rok had opposed that action previous Buth leads second Large Northern at Pelican Lake Bill Buth 1206 Park Street Darold Bahma of Brainerd june Brainerd a pretty Handy Man 24 on minnow bait with a Fly Rod saturday made action was Good in All Divi support areas. First division infantrymen whore had clawed up the slopes of out thre way9 and Means repute Post Bak. The Roks counted Lycans reps Simpson nearly 5,000 rounds of incoming Martyr it Iowa and Curtis neb red artillery during an eight had told the House they would hour period on the narrow front a they could to bring the american and South korean tax exten51�n Bill out in an or big guns including huge 240 of Elyj a millimetre guns struck Back at botel sides conceded the advancing chinese and their six month Extension proposal it self would pass easily on a showdown vote. But the procedural Issue was Topsy Turvy and tense. Democrats who opposed the procedure were expected to vote heavily for continuing the tax. If it reached that stage. Some republicans lining up with the administration on the procedural fight were ready to switch sides allies ask reds to set Date for at mule and Wabedo lakes about six Miles South of Longville a terrific wind storm and Hail blew out windows in Green Gables resort and uprooted Trees in the entire area. Longville was without electricity this afternoon and most Telephone service was out of order. ,.sions of the weekly coleus con his second Large Northern catch test with a Tate eader booked of the season at Pelican Lake to in the Large Mouth Bass classify win last weeks contest con cation. That is the five Pound ducted by coleus sports shop. Jl2vfe ounces taken at Black the Northern weighed in Bear Lake near Crosby by Bill i # at 16 pounds 15 ounces Suc a Lyman of Trommald a guide for Tluck Cumming at 4 30 p. In. To the Ruttgers Bay Lake Lodge. By 9 in same Fly Rod minnow Combina-1 Man made his strike june 22 at Seoul up a the allies today. Tion which netted Buth a 17 a 4 p m., using Frog bait. He asked the reds to agree immedi a voice opposition to the tax. Pound six ounces at the Lake also landed a five Pound eight lately to a Date for signing of Ko-1 june 7. And one half ounces the same Rean truce indicating they have Federal civilian three other northerns were Day. Either persuaded rebellious entered in the contest. Largest there were five other Bassen president syn Man Rhee to payroll decreases was a 12 Pound eight ounces Ries coming in third was the agree to an armistice or have de. R y f to to a it i taken from swamp Lake on a five Pound eight ounces hooked cited t0 a a Wasti Ingin a Johnson Silver minnow june 25 Agate Lake june 25 by charles10kay# by de Tucker of East Peoria e Haly on a hed Gen. Mark Clark u n Cornin Don no. 210. A four Pound nine d j others include an eight Pound. A Quot done half ounces was taken delivered at Panmunjom that l20-395 or a but 5 for 13 ounces caught at 8 p. In. On Atric Elake june 23_ by mrs. The y n command will enforce,06 the decline Esa id go ahead without his Washington up a sen. Byrd a a reported today that the number of civilian workers on government payrolls de South Long Lake on a shake Stan Overby of Kenyon using a t mouse plug cast out by Jitterbug lure. A a the him of Post duct Ion of 81,516 had come be mrs. Roy Whitney route 4, it hers Brainerd and a four Pound 14 ounces hooked at round Lake by i include fish continued on Page 5 of them and two children were police said several villages moved by hastily rigged Breech were washed away and 350,000 buoy across 40 feet of churn Homes were destroyed of damaged. Relief was rushed to countless stricken villages and cities. The u. S. Air Force dropped food and clothing to isolated groups of refugees scattered on islets of High ground jutting from the flood among those saved from the q raging streams were american sailors soldiers and marines and their families. Some were taken from a stalled train near Moji ing flood water and taken to the u. S. Army scamp Wood for treatment food and dry clothing. Three big american bases on High ground have escaped damage so far. The big naval base at Casebo in Northwestern Kyushu has not been seriously damaged. The cloudburst and floods paralysed Kyushu. Communications and Industry Lay quiet. 3-8 sub it tween january when the Eisen is it ter was delivered Short Dower administration took Over j by after he conferred in Seoul and May a with Rhee president Eisenhowe Byrd is chairman of the Jootto in in % pfc a a a a ers personal envoy. s. Committee on reduction of non Crosby Ironton recreation program offers Many activities a her no s although the meeting was be 2 47ft q63 at the end the $2,300 includes super they find the enthusiasm for the plays which will be presented on Cret the Uncas readiness to go d a a visors salaries for the two program and the demand so july 22. The theatre group is ahead with its truce plans Indi a 3y�?~ months As Well As monies for great that they do not hesitate taking cart in the slavs rated Hadfy und some sort of f equipment needed to carry on to continue it a he stated. Costuming Mak be solution t it the problem of the the program. The program is carried on. 13 a 50 c0slum 8 stubborn South korean leaders the outdoor activities Are from 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Each Day props and planning scenery. Refusal to accept the present held at the Crosby Park and the and the activities Are spread out there Are 72 members in the truce terms and his threat to High school is used for such so that youngsters May partied tap dancing class and they will j fight on alone if an armistice is events As tap dancing and in-1 Pate in several. A of participate in a Public event signed on those terms Striction in crafts. J Virginia Howe physical Edu in july 22. There was no immediate com according to the superintend cation instructor in the Crosby the swimming class now totals ment from Rhee on Clarks Iet one of the most diversified summer recreation programs offered to Young people anywhere in Northern Minnesota is now in Progress at Crosby Ironton. The program at a Cost of $2,-300, offers eight weeks of Peewee baseball Archery tap dancing old time dancing arts and crafts instruction girls softball Tennis Little theatre productions Baton twirling Grade softball swimming and basketball to Crosby Ironton Young people. All this is offered in addition to supervised general playground activities. The Crosby Ironton summer program is sponsored by the Board of education and four teachers Are employed to supervise the activities. Weather ent of the c r o s b a Ironton schools John o. Lindahl there is excellent participation in the eight weeks program. A we notice a slight dropping of attendance toward the end of the period As parents take their children with them on summer vacations a he said a however. Each year when the Board of education revues the reports schools supervises and arranges 69 and the boys activities Are ter. The schedule. She is assisted by in full swing with the phils. Jane Maybery Donald Ander j dodgers braves cubs of the Lindbergh in Berlin son and Hal Haskins. Anderson pee wee league All trying for Berlin up col Charles a and Haskins Are also teachers in top spots. J Lindbergh is in Berlin on a re the Crosby Ironton school sys a superintendent Lindahl states search tour for pan american1 tem. J that everyone in Crosby Ironton world airways officials an a the Craft class is now making that everyone in Crosby Ironton bounced today. They said he coolie hats and Popsicle looms is enthusiastic about the summer would be Here several Days but while the Little theatre group is program and it gets full support declined to disclose details of working on two Mother Goose from the Community i what he is doing Minnesota partly Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms West and North tonight cooler Northwest warmer extreme Southeast tonight tuesday partly Cloudy cooler Central Low tonight 50-70 High tuesday 70-80, except 82-90 extreme South. I l local weather maximum .80 minimum .60 8 a. Rn.71 noon .72 humidity at noon 86%

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