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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Brazil, Indiana Page Brazil daily times Brazil Indiana. Saturday aug. 8, 1953. Playground league enters final week next week will wind up play in the Jed aground Loop at the local Ball Park. As the standings now read the cards have clinched the senior league Crown with a record of 15 wins and 2 losses. The two defeats came at the beginning of the season so really they have a 15-game winning Streak going. In the Junior league the indians led the league with a record of 5 a wins and 2 losses but Are hard pressed by the yanks who boast a 4 won and 2 lost record. The senior league will wind up with a single elimination tournament that should be completed on Friday. The Junior division will continue in league play and the Winner will be determined by the total number of games won and the least lost or in other words the team with the Best percentage. In last weeks play the cards won two to keep their Streak alive. On monday a Dink Quot bussing s nine nipped the cubs 6 to 3, and on Friday Defeated Johnny tribbles reds in a High scoring contest ii to 17. Most of Kenny deals braves were at Church Camp this week so his team had to forfeit two games one to the reds and the other to the dodgers. On tuesday the pirates took the measure of the cubs 7 to 1, and on thursday the reds won a close one from the dodgers 6 to 5. In Junior league action the indians won two to stay on top of the Loop. On monday Harold Williams club took the measure of the Browns 20 to 6, and came Back on Friday to whip the tigers 18 to 5. John Kingery a Yankees also won two As they Defeated Larry Millers tigers on tuesday 6 to 4, and then won on a forfeit thursday a Robert Ryan a athletics failed to put in an appearance. The wednesday morning game was rained out and will be played on monday. As a Climax to league play for the year there will be the annual All Star games on sunday August 16. Watch the paper next week week for the teams that will be picked for the event. All games next week will be played in the afternoon. The Junior league will continue to play on the West Diamond and the senior league on the regular Field at the East end. All games will get underway at one of clock. One exception to this is the 6 to 9 group which will play on tuesday morning at nine. This will be the last meeting of this age group except for the All Star game on sunday. The standings for the Junior and senior leagues follow Junior league w. L. Indians. 5 2 Yankees. 4 2 Browns. 4 3 senators. 3 3 White sox. 2 3 tigers. 3 5 athletics. 2 5 senior league w. L. Cards. .15 2 cubs .11 6 pirates. 9 8 reds. 7 10 braves. 7 10 dodgers. 6 11 schedules for next weeks play Junior league monday White sox is. Senators. Tuesday a Yankees is. Athletics. Wednesday Browns is. White sox. Thursday senators is. Yankees. Friday White sox is. Indians. Senior league monday dodgers is. Cards. Tuesday pirates is. Braves. Wednesday reds is. Cubs. Thursday winners on monday and tuesday. Friday winners of wednesday and thursday. Game time for both leagues is one of clock and for the six to nine group nine of clock on tuesday. Battling Back by Alan Matr by lev Cox Brookl in Gap base Mam Naz assigned to a part tag z tank a pole for a of left a sea of but a z beef a full fledged stars scene got of a a face. Acknowledge to be the beet Field no Zap Page Man Ftfe game the vet Iva z relegated to a each duty amp Eca Uge of weak Hitt no. But after fed beef a 58 Gamez he led the whole team a of a 333 Mark. Distributed by King features Syndicate a baseball standings a american league team w. L. New York.71 34 Chicago.66 41 Cleveland .61 4 5 boston.60 49 Washington. 52 56 Philadelphia .44 62 Detroit .38 68 St. Louis y 36 73 yesterdays results new York 6 Chicago 1. Philadelphia 3 Detroit 1 Boston 4 Cleveland 2. Washington 12 St. Louis pet. .676 .617 ,575 .550 .481 .415 .358 .330 0. National league team w. L. Pet. Brooklyn. 69 37 .651 Milwaukee .62 45 .579 Philadelphia .58 45 .563 St. Louis .57 47 .548 new York 53 50 .515 Cincinnati 49 59 .454 Chicago.39 64 .379 Pittsburgh .36 76 .321 yesterdays results. Philadelphia 5 Chicago 4. St. Louis 2 new York 1. Brooklyn 9 Cincinnati 4. Milwaukee 9 Pittsburgh 2. Cory boy reported critical following Scooter Bike crash thirteen year old Sonny Robertson son of or. And mrs. Glenn Robertson of Cory r. R. 1, was reported in a critical condition in Clay county Hospital today from injuries suffered when the Scooter Bike he was Riding was involved in a wreck earlier in the week. The Cory High school freshman is said to have suffered a fractured Skull and a broken leg when his Scooter was hit by a pick up truck driven by mrs. Paul Skaggs. The youngster was reported to have been pulling into the Road Southwest of Cory from the residence of mrs. Florence Nickerson when the Accident happened. The popular youth reportedly took a turn for the worse last night and his condition was listed As critical at noon today. American association team w. L. Pet. Louisville .66 47 .584 toledo.68 49 .581 Indianapolis .65 50 .565 Kansas City 57 57 .500 Minneapolis .58 58 .500 St. Paul .53 61 .465 Columbus .46 64 .418 Charleston. 4 5 72 .385 yesterdays results St. Paul 6 Charleston 2. Minneapolis 6 Columbus 0. Indianapolis 7 Kansas City 2. Louisville 11 Toledo 0 7 innings rain color is much More important a subsurface plug than in a face afield. Three i league. Team w. L. Pet. Quincy.57 40 .588 Terre haute .,.53 40 .570 Waterloo .50 45 .526 evansville.48 46 .511 Cedar rapids .45 49 .479 peoria.45 50 .474 Keokuk .43 50 .462 Burlington .36 57 .387 yesterdays results Keokuk 2 Peoria 1. Quincy 5 Burlington 1. Evansville 4 Waterloo 3. Cedar rapids at Terre haute rain. The ukulele became popular in Hawaii about 1877. It pays to advertise try it Bell co. Reopens Clinton Exchange Indianapolis aug. 8. A up a the Indiana Bell Telephone company re opened its Clinton Exchange today after striking Cio communication workers promised a peaceful picketing. Union and City officials met at Clinton Friday night then requested resumption of service a Bell spokesman said. The Clinton Plant was closed thursday night to avoid violence the company said. Earlier the Martinsville Exchange was closed twice in a similar move then reopened. The Cwa has been on strike 17 Days Over wages. Bell also announced a $1,000 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for a severed Cable at Anderson thursday night. At Kokomo meanwhile Howard circuit judge Lester e. Winslow issued a restraining order against mass picketing. Negotiations As the strike moved into its 18th Day were resumed at Indianapolis this morning As one group of workers reportedly withdrew from the Cwa because of dissatisfaction with Progress of bargaining the workers organized As the Indiana belly accounting employees association said they would negotiate separately with the Utility once their unit is recognized. Baseball 2 30 St aug. 9tli sunday Brazil stadium Brazil Colts 12 Points merchants general admission 50c children 8 to 14, 15c children under 8 free when accompanied by adult a James France admitted free Stork news or. And mrs. Charles w. Puff of 1620 s. Fourth St., Terre haute former brazilians Are the parents of a baby girl sue Ann born August 7 at Union Hospital. She weighed six pounds and 10 ounces. The Mother was formerly miss Elizabeth e. Albright daughter of or. And mrs. Alfred Albright of Brazil r. R. 3. The father is the son of or. And mrs. Charles f. Puff of Knightsville. Among arabian gifts to european medieval society were the Art of fortification Knightly tournaments the troubadour and Chiv Johnny Craig out of All Star game after head injury Indianapolis aug. 8 a up a the North if Only on the strength of its reputation ranked As a slight favorite today in the first annual North South Indiana High school football game. The Charity game sponsored by a Bloomington Post of the american legion brings together the states Best 1952 Schoolboy seniors Many of whom will Don College pads shortly. But today they trotted on a soggy Butler bowl turf As representatives of their respective High schools to Settle an old argument is the North really the toughest Hoosier football area the southerners will be out to blast this opinion and the Down states Are loaded with Talent. Seven members of last Falls United press first a fall state Quot eleven Are on coach Don pings roster while oddly enough no member of the upstate squad was voted that Honor. The Only reported injury during two weeks practice was sustained by John Craig of Brazil governor Craig s son. He suffered a mild concussion earlier this week and doctors advised against his playing today. Try a times want and for results Dick Johnson demonstration. Tuesday afternoon starting at 1 of clock members of the Dick Johnson Home demonstration club will Convene at the Community House for a regular business session. Serving As hostesses will be Mes. Sophia Marshall Roxie Simpson and Elizabeth Gallez. Entertained with bridal party. Mme8.roy w. And Ray f. Gerber assisted by Mes. Mabel Gerber and Virginia Bryan entertained a group of friends and relatives with a bridal Shower party last Friday evening for the pleasure of mrs. Bob Gerber recent Bride. The guest of Honor was the recipient of Many Lovely gifts which she opened before the party guests. At the close of the evening refreshments were served by the hostesses to or. And mrs. John Raines and son or. And mrs. Jim Gerber and daughter mrs. Virginia Bryan and son mrs. Dorothy Stewart mrs. Margaret Murry or. And mrs. Don Johnson or. And mrs. Harold Gerber Roy w. And John c. Gerber Ted f. Ger clothes Given to East berliners Edgar Eisenhower Lefta Tacoma Wash., attorney wears a big Grin As he rides in Auto with the president of the United states brother Dwight and Charles f. Franklin rightmost committee chairman at governors conference Seattle Wash. International new gop Congress chiefs Eisenhower inks Extension of reciprocal Trade 4-h club news town and country club mrs. Leonona Tate served As hostess for a meeting of the town and county club at Forest Park tuesday evening. A business of interest to the club group was discussed and a dutch auction was held with All participating. A door prize was won by the hostess. Those present were Wanetta Brown Elnora Lawry Mabel Doan Maude Lawry Emma Yakel Augustine Kunkel Beulah Elliott and a guest mrs. Mayme Christman. The next regular session will be held tuesday August 18, at the Home of mrs. Joan Stackman. A of merry Maidens 4-h club. The final meeting of the merry Maidens 4-h club Wras held tuesday evening in the Community House. The meeting opened in regular form and Flag pledges were led by Linda Meyers and Mark k. Mcgranahan. Roll Call was answered and following a discussion the group voted to hold a Day of social activities at Dietz Lake tuesday August 25. Those planning to attend will meet at 11 a. M. St at the Community House from where they will travel to their destination. Mrs. Alvira Latta Leader was the recipient of a gift presented by the merry Maidens. A discussion was held concerning the August 10 exhibit and the evening concluded with games and refreshments. Carolyn marshal reporter. Jackson township doughboy the final meeting of Jackson township doughboy Wras held on Friday evening in the Home of Don Anderson and opened with All repeating the Flag pledges. The lords prayer was Given in unison and songs were conducted by Fostie Huffman. A project was led by Don Anderson after which a business session was held. The meeting concluded with All joining in for various games followed w Ith refreshments. Allan Pierce reporter. Malenkos says before the revolution to one of the worlds greatest Industrial nations today. After dark Safe Drivers watch out for pedestrians and cyclists Usan bares first non Stop Jet flight across Pacific Washington aug. 8.�? up the air Force disclosed the first nonstop Jet flight across the Pacific today More than a year after the rb-45 bomber spanned the 3,460 Miles in nine hours and 50 minutes. The history making flight was made july 29, 1952. The air Force will award the plane commander maj. Louis h. Carrington of Austin tex., the 1952 Mackay trophy. The trophy is a Silver cup Given annually to a member or members of the air Force for the a most meritorious flight Quot of the year. It was first presented by Clarence Mackay in 1911. The All Texas Crew commanded by Carrington made the flight by the great Circle route from Elmen. Dorf air Force base in Alaska to Yokota air base in Japan. The plane was refuelled twice in flight by a b-29 Tanker aircraft despite Adverse weather conditions. Accompanying Carrington were capt. Waif Yancey of fort Worth tex., As co Pilot and maj. Frederic w. Shook of fort Worth tex., As navigator. At the time the three officers were members of the 91st strategic re Onnias Sance Wing based at Lockbourne air Force base. Several new suits Are filed in court several new suns had been filed in the Clay circuit court today. They included Laura Westfall is. Dewey Westfall complaint for limited divorce. Elmer s. Cox and Wilma Cox is Emerson Knust and Florence Knust foreclose mortgage. Ray Carter and Ruth Carter is. William Payne or. And Ruth Payne for use and occupancy of residence. Eva r. And h. E. Stearley is. Jean Mendel ejectment. Eva r. And h. E. Stearley is. Or. And mrs. Arthur Floyd ejectment. Party monday for Home demonstration chorus. A party will be held monday evening August 10 in the Home of mrs. Dessie Thompson. East National ave., for All members of the Home demonstration chorus. A full evening of entertainment has been planned and All. Choristers Are urged to attend. The Vermont legislature in 1895 made the red Clover the official state Flower. Oddly enough this is not a native of Vermont but was a naturalized Quot from Europe pioneering continued from Page one afternoon there were at least 75 boats in the water. Saturday and sunday Are the big Days. Between $11,000,00 and $12,-000,000 have been spent on the cables project. The Lake front itself wont be taken Over by the crowds for the government owns the Shoreline a which counting All the Little coves is about 100 Miles and will not permit the building of cottages. But there a plenty room for activity at the Lake. New boat docks Are to be built soon. The state Park area is about to be opened. There is one stretch of a mile in the Lake where sail boats will Glide along. Fishermen already Dot the Shoreline. Wild ducks and geese land by the thousands in the nearby swamp Section in the Spring and fall. A you just have to be around the Lake to appreciate life Here Quot mrs. Usrey said. A there is nothing prettier than the huge Trees thousands of them that cover the Shoreline. The Rock Cliffs and coves also enhance the the pioneering usrey family Trade their Vantage Point at cables Lake for any part of fifth Avenue. Once you have relaxed in that Choice setting you blame them. Thursday afternoon club meeting place changed the thursday afternoon club will meet August 13 in the Home of mrs. Hazel Mogan instead of As previously scheduled. Serving As co Host uses will be Mes. Robert Thompson and Roberta Biggs. All members Are asked to be present. Try a times want and for results i new strategy chiefs of the gop in Congress. Majority Leader William f. Knowland right of California and policy chairman Homer Ferguson of Michigan Are shown chatting in Washington at time of their unanimous election. International Edgar and Dwight hold reunion Washington up a president Eisenhower said he believed the present reciprocal Trade act was a inadequate in Many ways a but be signed a Bill extending it until next june 12. He said the Extension would provide a a breathing space Quot to permit the nation to develop new Trade policies a based on a full understanding of our National interests. And an appreciation of the fact that those interests Are inseparable from the interests of the free world As a the measure provided for the creation of a 17-member commission to study this nations foreign Trade policies. Or. Eisenhower signed the Bill late Friday along with nine other major measures including foreign Aid korean rehabilitation and Continental shelf Oil rights. By the end of the Day he had acted on 36 Bills. So far he has disposed of 59 of the 208 pieces of legislation left on his desk when Congress quit tuesday morning. Among other items the president signed Bills providing $6,652,422,390 in funds for the foreign Aid program for the current fiscal year ending next july i creating an 18-member commission to study congressional and judicial pay Scales. Reaffirming the Federal governments ownership of offshore Oil lands of the Continental shelf beyond the so called tidelands previously restored to the coastal states. Providing $200,000,000 to Start a full scale rehabilitation program for War shattered South Korea. This was part of a $615,989,594 supplemental appropriations Bill. Mayor Kressman right helps 80-year-old East Berliner with coat. East Berlin women some with children rummage through clothing. These scenes show East berliners taking advantage of the free clothing which Willi Kressman mayor of Kreuzberg Borough in West Berlin added to his food distribution operations. Kressman�?T3 first clothing announcement attracted 2,000 East berliners to the City Hall where there were 300 packages of clothes from am can donors. Reds Are trying to stymie him. Is swim from burning Tanker circles Mark four crewmen of the Tanker Southern Sun escaping As it Burns off Marcus Hook a. Three seamen Are swimming town Ard a pier and a fourth left Circle is climbing Down a rope ladder. The picture was made by a crewman aboard the fort Fet Terman foreground at pier. International sound Hotoi her Bill Gerber and miss Wanda Herb Quot gifts and regrets were sent by mrs. Fred Nicholls mrs. Bertha and Ruth Craft mrs. Anna Siner and mrs. Eva Beadling. A of women of the Moose. Monday evening starting at 7 30 of clock a regular meeting of the women of the Moose will be held in the Lodge Hall. All co workers Are asked to be present. Those taking part in the coming minstrel Are asked to be in attendance for a practice session to be held immediately following Lodge

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