Brazil Daily Times in Brazil, Indiana
8 Aug 1953

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8 Aug 1953

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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Brazil, Indiana A consolidation of the Brazil daily times established 1888. The Brazil daily news established 1889. The Brazil daily times weather fair Cool tonight fair and Wanner sunday. Low tonight 57, High sunday 80. Volume Xiii. Number 210. Malenkos says Russia has the Hydrogen bomb Brazil Indiana saturday August 8,1953. Five cents. Reporter interviews expos in Korea. Moscow up a Russia has developed a Hydrogen bomb soviet Premier Georgi Malenkos told the supreme soviet today. The announcement was greeted with the loudest applause of the current session of the supreme soviet russians parliament. Malenkos said a the United states does not enjoy a monopoly on the Hydrogen bomb any the russian Premier made the statement in tace course of a speech in which he declared Russia has become one of the mightiest nations in the world. Russians Gross Industrial production he said is two and one half times greater than in 1940. He dwelt on foreign affairs briefly devoting the major portion of his speech which lasted More than an hour to Domestic policy. A we too have the Hydrogen bomb a Malenkos said. Quot this should put an end to any charterers nonsense about soviet weakness a the Premier said. A Lenkova a disclosure that the soviets now have the Hydrogen bomb was Russia s first direct announcement of the development of atomic weapons. The disclosure that the russians had set off an atomic bomb first was made to the world by former president Harry Truman sept. 23, 1949. The soviets subsequently announced the explosion of various j atomic devices described As being used in huge development projects. The american atomic Energy commission nov. In 1952, first announced that successful experiments a contributing to Hydrogen bomb research had been carried out by american scientists. Letters from army personnel who claim to have witnessed a Hydrogen bomb explosion were published by a number of american newspapers Early in november before the dec announcement. According to these letters an a bomb was exploded at the Marshall islands proving grounds at 7 15 a. Rn., nov. I. Malenkos named sen. Alexander Wiley r.-wis., As among a the charterer so who were talking nonsense about soviet weakness. In his Brief reference to foreign policy Malenkos hailed the korean armistice and liquidation of disturbances in Berlin and East Germany on june 17 As a great Malenkos said the soviet government has appropriated one billion rubles officially $250,000,-00 for reconstruction in Korea. Ile said that Russia has Arisen from one of the most backward countries in the world industrially continued on Page two Brownell orders probe of demo s Campaign gifts Washington aug. 8�? up a attorney general Herbert Brownell jr., has ordered a full Fri investigation into Welburn Mayock a controversial $30,000 contribution to the 1948 Campaign fund of former president Truman. Justice department sources revealed that Brownell told the Fri to Check into a fall phases of the testimony of the former Legal adviser of the democratic National committee. Mayock told a House committee investigating tax scandals this week that he supplied the contribution from a $65,000 fee he received for helping a prominent businessman out of his tax woes. Ile testified he received a favourable ruling for his client after taking the matter up with John w. Snyder then Secretary of the Treasury. The subcommittee referred the matter to the Justice and Treasury departments. Chairman Robert w. Kean in. Said someone was guilty of both perjury and underpayment of taxes. Brownell then turned the Case Over to the Fri at the request of Treasury Secretary George m. Humphrey. Asked of the Fri would look into the part Snyder played in the favourable tax ruling and the subsequent contribution to the democratic party americans released at Panmunjom pow Exchange Point in Korea Are interviewed in nearby Freedom Village by International news service correspondent de Hymoff left. From left after Hymoff Are pfc. Francis e. Kohus Norwood o. Maj. Gen. Randolph Cate assisting in the pow Exchange Cpl. Catherine Kennedy jr., Detroit Bernard r. Hollinger Lebanon a. International radio Liotos i killed 18 hurl As car hits bus near Bloomfield two Days in cattle cars one Man was killed and 18 other persons were Hurt when an Auto skidded on a rain Slippery Highway into the path of a privately owned bus today. Donald Richardson 24, Bloomington died in a crash seven Miles East of Bloomfield on Indiana 54. Harold e. Ham 2 7, Bloomington Driver of the Auto in which Richardson Rode was hospitalized in serious condition. Sixteen bus passengers residents of Bloomfield Sullivan Hymera Paxton and Dugger were one High ranking j shaken and suffered cuts and bruises As . # or. By. Only one Doris Bolding Sullivan remained in a Hospital. State police said Ham heading East on the Highway lost control of the Auto which skidded into the path of the bus. The bus was taking a group Home from work at an Eca Plant at Bloomington. Officers said the Road was wet from intermittent Rains but was not Quot in bad Herman n. Mckee Sullivan owner and Driver of the bus makes is Justice department official said a the whole matter will be investigated by the Edward Lee draws fines suspended sentence in court Edward Lee 19-year-old resident of South Meridian St., was fined and Given a suspended sentence when he appeared in Clay circuit court today to answer to \ it Quot a Hub a a run a ,r0 a a Blooml Niton. To the spa car Greene fam nov 112 pos scheduled for Freedom sunday Dulles Rhee sign defense pact county sheriff slightly injured in car collision a a i i in pow warrant officer g Dwight Coxe his do a re Long and Bushy is shown in Panmunjom after his release by the communist. He told newsmen that Many sick and wounded americana still were in communist Banda. Coxe from Fresno calif., said he agent two Days in unkempt cattle car travel International radio photo to the several Greene county towns daily. The injured were treated at Freeman Greene county Hospital Here. Charges of driving without a drive acc Greene Eros License and reckless driving. Judge Robert b. Stewart fined Young Lee $10 and sentenced him to 90 Days on the farm on the count of operating a vehicle without a License. He suspended the merchants urged term and placed him on probation &Quot"0 enter Exchange for six months. Lee was fined a _. Dollar and costs on the reckless window i rim contest driving charge / Home from Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Allen who has been a patient at Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis the past few Days has returned to her Home at 403 n. Pine St. Beria boys North koreans sentence to to die for plotting to overthrow the government Tokyo up a a communist broadcasts said today to officials have been sentenced to death for plotting to overthrow the red North korean government a on the instigation of the United Pyongyang radio the voice of North Korea said 13 officials were involved in the plan to instill a capitalistic government to replace the red regime. The reports said Pak Hung Yong North korean vice Preizler and foreign minister was slated to head a the new capitalistic the broadcast said he had been dismissed along with 12 other koreans including one official of the South korean Republic. Lee Sung Yap inspector general of the North korean people s Council was named in the broadcast As die ringleader who had been in Contact since 194 5 with u. S. Stale department and counter intelligence officials. The North korean Peoples Council is the equivalent in Lussia of the supreme soviet the parliament. Radio Moscow said to of the 12 were tried for conspiracy and is Pottage Aud sentenced to death including Lee. Two others got prison sentences of 12 and in years. Pak was not among the 12 indicted and the broadcasts did not say what punishment was in store for him. His replacement As foreign minister by Gen. Nam la head the Brazil Exchange club is agans sponsoring a store window decoration contest to publicize the Clay county 4 h club fair which will be held in Forest Park August 18th to 21st, and All merchants Are urged to enter. The response to last years contest was very Good with Lucille a shop winning first prize and the Exchange club Hopes that every business place in Brazil will participate this year. Window displays should be ready for judging by 9 a. In. Saturday August 15th. The decoration of the windows should have a county fair theme. Cash prizes will be awarded by the Brazil Exchange club sponsors of the Clay county 4-h club fair. Additional details May be found in an and elsewhere in this Issue. Pioneering not Over family finds new Way of life at cables dam Lake by Kenny Bennett j along freshly mowed sidings pioneering Hasni to faded away about 600 Yards to the Retreat not by a dam site cables Mill j mrs. Usrey the former miss dam site that is. Miriam Landgraf of Pittsburgh not far from the vast dam in said it Wasny to difficult giving up the Putnam Owen area live or. City life for the new Mode of Liv and mrs. Warren usrey who ing. Coming from Hilly Pennsyl have earned the reputation for Vanla she always wanted a place being modern pioneers. I a just like we have she More than two years ago when graduated from Carnegie Lech and there was no Way of telling what taught school music before her the Lake would look like when finished the Ureys had a dream. Marriage. A my music suffers now that we they looked to the Day when have taken on this project a she cables Lake would be the leading said. The a a project is helping recreation in this Section of the with the remodelling and looking country. Now their dream is coming True. Their Beautiful and modern Home is one of the very few overlooking the 1,400-acre body of water. They still Are working on the House and fixing up the 16-acre tract. Ofter four kids and a Large Garden. The usrey Home by boat is just a few minutes from the new $760,000 Bridge at Cunot and not j far although on the opposite Side of the Lake from the bathing Beach that is nearing completion. Heavy rain blamed for Accident Friday night on Highway 46. Sheriff Martin Slack suffered a neck injury Friday night when his 1950 Hudson was involved in a wreck during a rain storm. The sheriff was headed to his Cabin when he drove into a car parked in ind. 4 6, East of the ind. 59 intersection. It. W. Morgan 71 years old 359 s. Elm St., Webster Grove mo., parked his 1948 Studebaker in the Highway during the rain to ask or. And mrs. Bud minor the Why to Spencer. Sheriff Slack said the heavy rain prevented him from seeing the Morgan car until it was too late to avoid striking it. Or. Morgan Ulso complained of his Nei k hurting him after the crash. Mrs. Morgan 63, and mrs. Beatrice King 4 201 Locust St., Kansas City mo., also passengers in the car were not injured. The front end of the sheriff s car was caved in. The Morgan car was Able to proceed on its Way. Or. Slack planned to go to Clay county Hospital today for a rays. Expect big crowd at band concert sunday evening with fair weather in Prospect another Large audience is expected to be on hand sunday evening when the Brazil concert band presents its weekly program in Forest Park. Director Myron Johnson today announced the selections on tomorrow evening s schedule. The program follows the Goldman band March k. L. King. Selections from the student Prince by Sigmund Romberg. Fame and Fortune March k. L. King. Became Macho popular vocal by Mildred Moore. I victus March k. L. King. Mosquito so Parade Novelty by Whitney. Marching along together by pol and Ste longer. Diane and Charmaine popular Waltz Medley. Barnum and Bailey a favorite by k. L. King. Star spangled Banner. Seoul Korea up a Secretary of state John Foster Dulles and president syn Man Rhee approved a Mutual defense treaty today and agreed to walk out of the korean peace conference together after 90 Days if agreement with the communists appeared hopeless. But Dulles told a news conference later the joint declaration with Rhee did not mean the United states intended to renew the korean War automatically if the conference failed. The u. S. South korean defense treaty the Price demanded by Rhee for permitting the korean armistice was initiated this morning by Dulles and Rhee. They issued a joint declaration on their four Day meeting and Dulles held a press conference before he flew to Tokyo for an overnight visit in route Back to Washington. The treaty pledges tile United states to come to the Aid of the korean Republic if it is again attacked. It also gives the United states the right to base military forces in Korea. In the treaty Are assurances that any United states action would he carried out a in accordance with its constitutional processes a Panmunjom Korea up a elated american War prisoners wearing chinese sneakers danced saturday Down a Gravelled pathway through Freedom Gate. They were the happiest of the 311 americans released from cont Monist Captivity during the first four Days of a operation big altogether 90 americans passed through the a Welcome Gate to Freedom on their Way Home saturday and the communists have promised to liberate 112 sunday the most in one Day since the prisoner Exchange began last wednesday. Sunday s operation begins at 9 a. In. 9 p. In. Saturday cutin four Days in addition to americans the reds have released 101 British captives 108 turks 21 colombians and almost 1,000 South koreans. The United nations have released More than 2,-400 communists daily. The first two truckloads of americans repatriated saturday were negroes. Unlike Many of their predecessors who looked like victims of nazi torture Camps these men flashed big smiles and appeared robust. They jumped off the russian meaning an act of Congress would truck a a that brought them Down be necessary for a declaration of ithe Dusty Rord from near Kae. War. The treaty itself also is bub j Bong and started putting on a Jet to approval by the Senate sen. Homer Ferguson r.-mich., new chairman of the Senate Republican policy committee predicted in Washington the Senate would ratify the defense pad with South Koren of it was similar to the japanese and philippine agreements. The joint declaration issued by show for the Benefit of reception personnel who had been shocked by the gaunt appearance of prisoners released the first two Days. Some of the men went through soft shoe routines Aud others tried to tap dance in their Tennis shoes. A truckload of singing North koreans returning to communism passed by Anil one of the Repati Dulles and the South korean Prest i ated americans commented Dent said the United states and a a How bout that shall we give Korea will a consult further of him a Iii blues song boy a they walk out of the peace conference scheduled to begin in october. Military police it. Louie Balent of Summerfield n. J., halted the thee has indicated in the past merry making momentarily to in South Korea would resume the form Hie returnees each had been War if the conference failed to promoted one Grade la rank and reach agreement on unifying to would receive Back pay immedi Rea in 90 Days. Dulles refused to say whether he Felt the joint agreement meant Rhee has changed his opinion that Only military action can unify Korea. The Secretary of state also told his news conference the United states would consult with other Allied participants in the peace conference before deciding to Cut off further negotiations with the reds. Lately. A loud cheer went up from the former prisoners. Then Balant passed around some Cigar ets. As soon As the groups reached Freedom Village near Mun san they began recalling stories of communist atrocities and mistreatment. Cpl. Pedro Periera an american of puerto rican extraction told of 1,500 americans dying during the 1951 March to the Yalu River. A most of the men who died were the wounded and sick a said Teri Era of Brooklyn n. A a a they dismissals mrs. Clara Kane it. Died from Lack of food and any 4 Wayne Atkinson it. 6 Alva kind of medical Atkinson it. 2 mrs. Ethel Wade a Center Point James Mcgowan j drive safely the life you lava it. 4 Henry Evans Center Point May be your own. Hospital notes peace or else in members hint renewal of korean War May be carried to chinese ground a when we bought the old farm the Beach covering a frontage of House and or. Usrey said 1,200 feet was made under a a people thought we were nuts j $164,000 contract. A $50,000 of the communist truce delegation was announced by Pyongyang Carl rugs Stcin attends radio without explanation last Sherwin Williams school sunday. Informed observers in Tokyo believed Premier him la Sung carried out the purge to consolidate his hold Over the North korean attending a special merchandising and training Institute sponsored by the Sherwin Williams co., in Cleveland Ohio is Herman people and keep them from a soft Jcarl Rugenstein of 421 a for ening up during the Post truce period. These observers said the Moscow trained Kim anticipated increased sentiment among the korean people for unification of North and South Korea As a reaction to the three year War. Both korean and japanese sources saw significance in the fact that All 13 officials were native Bouth koreans who might be More inclined to press for unification at the Cost of concessions to South Korea. Est ave. Rugenstein is a dealer sales representative for the paint manufacturing firm with headquarter at the store on 1143 Wabash Avenue Terre haute Rugenstein is a member of the american legion Exchange club elks club and Centennial Lodge no. 541, f. Amp a. M. He is Active in the lutheran Church in Brazil. A Veteran of w7orld War ii he saw military service in the u. S. Marine corps. His hobbies Are car entering Badminton and photography. We had been living in Evansville and wanted to get to the country. That we soon after buying the place Beach House is scheduled in the immediate future. Their boat Landing now a temporary affair is in a Cove about froth Ross Farley the remodelling j 200 feet below their Home. It started. It was several months takes about 20 minutes to motor before the family could move in. By boat to the dam but the color the Ureys four children in Ful trip is Down the Lake to the elude Carter la Margaret 8 lower Falls at Cataract. Along David 7, and Carolyn 4. When Warren Isnit working at the Way you see fish jumping in water turtles swimming leisurely three couples get marriage licenses at clerk s office three marriage licenses were issued today by Clay circuit clerk Stanley l. Palm. Cecil e. Raab 20-year-old resident of 507 a Hendrix by. And an employee of the National fireproof., ing corp., was licensed to marry j spokesmen said careful Diplo Catherine Rogers 19, 204 w. Mat or consultations would have to Montgomery St., waitress at 1 precede any go ahead to strike be brushes restaurant. Pond koreans Borders. They said Clarence a. Reedy 33-year-old such action might require a for United nations n. Y. Up United nations members who fought red aggression today pledged Quick resistance to any new communist attacks and said a renewed korean War might be carried to wed chinese territory. His own Trade of Oil and real is Many strange Birds. Cranes Are Tate he a Busy Clearing mistaking up residence in the lower ground. He Hopes eventually to j part of the Lake and occasionally lease out building Sites on the a Heron is seen in flight. High Cliffs overlooking the Lake. There is sufficient space for 20 cottages or Homes. He has another 32 acres on ind. 42 near the Cunot school. You get the feeling that you arc heading into another world when you leave ind. 4 2 near Cunot and move toward the usrey place. The Little Lane passes the Oak Grove Baptist Church a few Yards off the Highway and then goes a Blue Haze familiar to the Smoky Mountain area settles Over the Lake at Sundown. A this is living a said or. Usrey As he settled Huck in the motor boat and let is move slowly in the Lake. A you can to help from feeling relaxed when you get out Here. Its he a right. But the crowds Are moving in on cables Lake. Friday continued in Page two truck Driver of 1 462 1,� third ave., Terre haute and Wanda l. Reedy 28, same address were licensed to remarry. A License also was issued to James a. Siddons 22-year-old air Force member from Topeka kane., and Pearl Elizabeth kevins 19, 604 n. Sherman St., Brazil. Add trivia Hartford Conn. Up a talk about a patients patience. From her Hospital bed a woman counted the holes in the acoustical tile on the Selling of room 915. There were 48,300. Mal u. N. Resolution. United nations members emphasized that there was no Advance commitment to hit the chinese Homeland in fridays 16-nation warning to the reds. The general View of the nations who resisted aggression in Korea was that the Mere threat of action against red China might Well help to deter the communists from a rash renewal of the War. Neutral asian delegates were far from convinced on the other hand that the warning was a Wise move. They Felt that with a political conference on korean unification in the offing this is a poor time to fill the air with warnings. They also suggested that most of the recent talk of renewed fighting has come from South korean president syn Man Rhee and not from the communist Side. In general there is far less optimism Here Over chances of a korean much less of a far Etui settlement than there was in the Days immediately following the truce signing. The feeling was due to Many factors Gen. Mark w. Clark s statement that the reds might be holding from 2,000 to 3,000 More americans than they admit the Rhee Dulles threat to walk out of the political conference in 90 Days the Stream of atrocity stories told by returned u. N. Prisoners. On Clarks statement it was emphasized that the general himself says there is no solid proof. And his agreement in answer to a newsman question that prisoners a a might be held As hostages for political bargaining was discounted As Mere conjecture at this Point

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