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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Brazil, Indiana A consolidation the Brazil daily times established in 18b8 the Brazil daily news established in 1889 c 0 Hickla m4ia Brazil daily times weather mostly Lair tonight and tuesday. Low tonight 55. High tuesday mid-80s. Volume 79 number 214brazil, Indiana monday aug. 14. 1967 seven cents. Conflict mounts Between communist chinese factions Hong Kong up foes chinese communist party Leader Mao tse Tung have seized two shipload arms bound for North Vietnam Hong Kong newspapers said today. They also quoted travellers from communist China As saying the More than seven million residents Shanghai the nation s largest City Are embroiled in a whirlwind Slaughter and chaos. The travellers witnesses to communist c h i n a a Power struggle also reported that Brazil cyclist injured in local Accident a Brazil Man is in fair condition today with a possible broken leg As the result hitting a car while driving a motorcycle. Charles d. Lamb. 24, 332 n. Davis was headed West National ave. And ran into the rear a car driven by Margaret Fitch 24, 110mi n. Turner who was turning North onto Ashley st. At 9 30 . Saturday. Lamb was charged with driving with suspended License lie will appear in the Clay circuit court when he is released from the Hospital. A Lawson ambulance who called to the a it ene and took Lamb to the Hospital. About $150 damage was caused to the car and about $800 damage to the Cycle. Another Accident caused minor damage to a car at Ridge and Walnut its. A Semi trailer truck was headed North Walnut st. And turned West Ridge and struck a car driven by Colleen v. Adamson 23, Rockville. No one was Hurt and no one was arrested. Tax Sale brings $1,297 Here today the county tax Sale brought in a total $1,297.30 today As Many parcels land in Clay county went the auction Block in lieu taxes. The Mineral rights offered for Sale were the slowest the items listed in the notice Sale. Land in Brazil Dick Johnson Harrison Jackson Lewis Posey sugar Ridge Van Buren Washington townships were either sold the Mineral rights offered for Sale. Officials at the courthouse said that today a Sale was about equal to sales in the past. Allan Childs commissioner acted As auctioneer. Lighting sunday Between Mao s foes and backers in Canton left a pile dead a was Large As a the righting newspaper tin tin said persons conning from Canton reported rampaging anti Mao mobs attacked and seized the two arms freighters at Khampoa the City a deep water port. The anti Mao forces carried away a a huge amounts arms and ammunition that had been destined for North Vietnam sport Haiphong. Peking backed Down in Moscow the soviets reported their freighter Svirsk limping toward Home from the red chinese port Dairen where red guards ransacked the vessel battled the Crew beat up its skipper and in a rare peking Bac Down in the sino soviet struggle for world communism a leadership set it free following a protest by Premier Alexei n. Kosygin. The travellers reported seeing the Hill corpses at can Tom a main railway station after a four hour Battle Between anti Mao railway workers and fanatic red guard supporters the aging peking Leader. The dead were counted in the hundreds the travellers said. The arrivals reported the violence As Mao s massive propaganda machine broadcast that All was Well with his forces in his a cultural revolution quot purge foes in the party government and red chinese army. Claim Victory Pekin be radio the voice Mao. Said a pro Mao government has been set up in Western continued Page two Indianapolis Man killed near Reelsville sunday William l. Templeton 78, Indianapolis was the victim an accidental fatal mishap sunday at about 10 . Near Reelsville . 40. Richard Redenbarger 921 a. Forest Brazil was driving toward his Job at ism in Given Castle when Templeton walked in front his car. Templeton died instantly. Redenbarger was accompanied by Butch Borchild and Keith Thompson and All three men never saw Templeton until it was too late to Stop. Redenbarger was absolved any blame in the mishap and the three men returned to Brazil. State police trooper t. E. Settle investigated the mishap and ruled it As an accidental fatality. The incident took place in Putnam county near the intersection . 40 with the Reelsville Road. Klan meets Robert Shelton fright Imperial wizard the Kun flux klan confers with William Chaney left the Indiana grand dragon and William Pinkston the grand dragon from Lexington by. The Trio met in Indianapolis Over the weekend and discussed the postponed plans for a meeting in Johnson county. A court injunction postponed the meeting and Shelton said that a suit would be filed to dissolve the injunction and possible libel suits would follow. Up telephoto . Bombers strike rail targets in North Vietnam two girls killed youth mauled by grizzly Bear at Glacier Park Brazil to observe quot willing water week quot to 1 administration launches drive for passage 01 tax hike Bill Washington up the Johnson administration opened its drive in Congress today for a 10 per cent tax increase arguing that it was necessary because the costly Vietnam War which shows a no Clear Prospect any Early president Johnson sent his three top fiscal experts to Capitol Hill to testify at the opening healings by the House ways amp Means committee the tax hike. Treasury Secretary Henry h. Fowler told the lawmakers the increase was vital As a measure a fiscal responsibility in meeting the War costs. Despite the arguments Fowler budget director Charles l. Schultze and chairman w. Gardner Ackley the presidential economic Council the administration faced an Uphill struggle in its quest for the tax hike just 15 months away from the presidential and congressional elections. Folder testified a we Are engaged in a costly conflict in Southeast Asia with no Clear Prospect any Early he referred repeatedly in a 53-Pago statement to the fact that the United states is engaged in a shooting War. A in a wartime context a Fowler said a a fiscal responsibility must include the courage and willingness to raise the Money that is As necessary As the guns planes and material need our forces in Southeast for the administration s part. Fowler promised that the president and government agencies would a restrain Cut and control the administration Hopes to raise $6.3 billion in the current fiscal year by imposing the 10 per cent surcharge personal and corporate incomes. The committee s chairman. Rep. Wilbur d. Mills d-ark., the most influential lax writer in Congress reflected the mood continued Page two the Brazil City water works is participating in the state and National Observance a willing water governor Brani i Gin has. By proclamation set the i week August 13-19 apart for the people Indiana to become acquainted with their water Supply. The water company will inform its customers what is required to Supply them with belgian embassy is attacked by congolese mob Kinshasa the Congo up a a congolese mob sacked the belgian embassy Here today and burned furniture and files the sidewalk before president Joseph Mobutu personally stepped in and stopped the rioting reliable sources said. Mobutu accompanied by foreign minister Justin bom Boko. Drove to the embassy in an automobile while members his revolutionary party were sacking and burning its contents. The president immediately appealed to them to Stop the demonstration and return to work. Members the mob were composed mainly members Mobutu a popular revolutionary movement party. An american living next door to the belgian embassy was reported to have been seized and beaten by the mob. According to informed sources in Washington. Belgian Deputy foreign minister Rena at Van Elslander called an urgent meeting with the congolese charge d affaires in Brussels to Lodge a Strong protest the mob shouted slogans making it Clear the attack the embassy was in reprisal Lor the capture the town Bukavu by White mercenaries last week. Many the mercenaries Are belgian. The British and French embassies also feared an attack since some their nationals Are with the Bukavu mercenary group but the belgian foreign office said it had no knowledge other attacks sunday afternoon a Loudspeaker truck manned by youths toured the streets Kinshasa. The announcer said the a ambassadors Britain France and Belgium will be made prisoners in revenge for the capture Bukavu. Water and to protect their property against fire hazards every minute every hour every Day. Water is much More a necessity it contributes materially to the enjoyment life. We want Coffee we just add water hot chocolate we add hot water wallpaper paste we just add water. We use it keep the grass Green to fill the swimming Pool to Wash the House Down and a Hundred other things. Mayor Everett Jenkins the water works said today that the Public is particularly invited to visit the Plant at Harmony wednesday aug. 16. Between 8 . And 4 . Hubert Giltz and assistants will be there to show persons around and explain the materials and equipment needed to keep the water running. Per sons can see for themselves the precautions taken to keep the water potable and Safe. People and businesses this Community use an average 900.000 Gallons per Day. This is an average 93 Gallons per Day per person. During the hot summer Days the pump age will increase to 1.000,000 Gallons per Day. The water works must have pumping equipment and Mains to deliver that much water All year even though it is used a relatively few Days. To meet the demands for fire Protection and reduce insurance rates larger Mains Are Laid than would be necessary to meet the other needs. Elevated storage serves other purposes too but the 750.000 Gallons stored in the tank at n. Vandalia st. Are readmit any moment and thus reduce the size and number pumps needed. As this Community grows additional sources water must be found. The last addition to Supply was recently when the number 3 and number 4 Wells were leaned and repaired providing More Gallons per Day. It is anticipated that More Wells other Supply will be needed by 1970. National air guard Squadron Leader appointed at . J Terre haute. Ind. Up a the Indiana air National guard s 181st combat support Squadron today announced the appointment a new commanding officer it. Col. Sam Uel Robinson. Robinson replaced col. Wendell g. Garrett who was recently made assistant adjutant general for the air National guard in Indiana. Robinson an employee the Indiana Power amp Light co., Indianapolis has a total More than 25 years military service. National group to Honor total administrator Madge f. Scobell administrator the Clay county Hospital will be admitted to Nomi Nee ship status in the american College Hospital ship adminis former resident Given farm term a former Brazil resident was handed a six months sentence at the Indiana state farm two charges. Silas Decker 30, Toledo o., formerly Brazil was Given the term for non support and Public intoxication. Judge Robert Stewart handed Down the sentence and ordered Decker to pay a Fine. He is presently in the county jail awaiting his trip to Putnam Ville. Branigin proclaims citizenship Day Constitution week Indianapolis Impi a governor Branigin economically proclaimed Constitution week and citizenship Day both next month by using one proclamation. A we owe it to ourselves and to our country to assume the fullest responsibilities citizenship by participating in our government and by seeking to improve our knowledge our great constitutional system which has continuously flourished for Many generations a Branigin wrote. Constitution week is sept. 17-23, citizenship Day sept. J7. Arrested by police Kent w. Mohane Smith 19, Carmel ind., arrested by the Brazil police department a charge speeding. Park Board the Brazil Park Board will meet tuesday evening at 7 30 . In the Riddel Bank building mrs. Madge Scobell tractors sunday aug. 20, in Chicago. The announcement was made by Peter b. Terenzio Acha president and executive vice president the Roosevelt Hospital new York City. Terenzio will preside at the professional society a 33rd convocation ceremony to be held in the orchestra Hall. The con i vocation proceeds by a Day the annual meeting the Acha i held in conjunction w Ith the Contention the american Hospital association. A nominee breakfast will be held August 22 at the Conrad Hilton hotel and j a dinner will be held that evening. Dorothy Robinson head the medical records at the local Hospital will accompany mrs. Scobell to Chicago. The american College Hospital administrators has nearly 7,000 members primarily top administrative personnel hospitals in the u. S. And Canada. Driver loses License one Motorist from Clay county was included the latest list License suspensions issued today by the Bureau motor vehicles. He was Leon b. Young 1003 w. Knight st., Brazil for leaving the scene an Accident Glacier National Park up a the grizzly normally belies his ferocious scientific name Ursus Horri bilis the horrible Bear. But two the usually pacifist grizzlies turned killer saturday night. They savagely chewed and clawed to death two 19-year-old girls and mauled a teen aged boy. Authorities today hoped to question four distraught witnesses and the youth to determine what happened in the two widely separated incidents the first killings by bears in the 57-year history the Park. The victims were two sum Cool weather lingers in area by United press International the Mercury finally chugged up to the 80s sunday Over Indiana but the Warmup did no to keep temperatures from sliding into the Chilly 40s again this morning. For the fifth Day in the Row sub Normal readings held Sway from Lake Michigan to the Ohio River. It was 44 at Connersville and 46 at fort Wayne Early this morning. The fort Wayne Low did no to set a record and neither did other Levels the thermometer reached Over the state. Lows included 52 at Lafayette 53 at Evansville 54 at South Bend. Indianapolis and Cincinnati and 56 at Louisville. It was a different Story Early sunday however. The record setting and Mark Matching pattern continued with fort Wayne a 46 breaking the old Mark for aug. 13 set in 1941 by three degrees and Evansville a 50 Matching the old record for the Date established in 1964. Other Early sunday lows indicated 40 at Connersville. 4l Al Farmland 48 at Lafayette 49 t South Bend 52 at Indianapolis 53 at Louisville and 54 at Cincinnati. The High pressure area which brought the cold readings from Canada just after the Middle last week continued to envelope the state. Although a Little warmer weather was creeping up hoosiers no a heat wave quot was anticipated. Highs today will Range in the mid 80s. The Mercury will dip to the mid 50s again tonight and reach highs Between the mid and upper 80s tuesday. The five Day Outlook called for temperatures averaging about four degrees below Normal except near Normal in the extreme North portion. The warming trend will continue into wednesday with Only minor changes thereafter this week. Precipitation will average one fourth to one half Inch in thundershowers late in the week sometime Between thursday and saturday. High temperatures sunday ranged from 79 at South Bend and fort Wayne to 82 at Indianapolis. And saturday from 76 at South Bend to 79 at Indianapolis. Mer employees weekend outings 35 Miles apart. Julie Helgeson Albert Lea minn., and Michelle Koons san Diego calif., were killed. Park superintendent Keith Nielson immediately ordered All tourists out the areas. Rangers with big game rifles fatally shot two bears but they were unable to Tell if the animals had been involved in the attacks. Roy Ducat. 18. Of Perrysburg. Ohio a companion miss Helgeson. Was clawed and bitten by the Bear that killed her. His doctor said the youth May be Able to disclose today details the tragedy. Miss Koons and four Friend went an overnight trip. They had just bedded Down in sleeping bags when the killer Bear came sniffing into their Camp. Four the campers Ray t. Noseck his brother Ronald. Paul Dunn and Denise e Huckle All employed in summer jobs at the Park jumped from their sleeping bags and climbed Trees. The Koons girl could t get out her sleeping bag. Her friends told authorities Michelle seemed to a be trapped. The Zipper locked like it the Bear dragged her out the area and partially devoured her. The witnesses were so upset they were Given sedation and put to bed without being questioned further. Dave Cutler Deputy Flathead county Coroner who examined the victims said the Helgeson girl died a from loss blood and puncture wounds around her Chest. She was covered with i i awl Marks and bites Many heavy,�?T1 cer said the Koons girl was a up tally devoured. She had gaping wounds Over All her ,y.�?� Ddai suffered both claw and bite wounds. He was taken from the area by helicopter after he ran for help. One number set for vib fire department starting today aug. 14. 4 . The number to Call the Van Buren Volunteer fire department will be 446-2343. Harry e. Mayle sr., fire chief the volunteers said that the number is the present Harmony fire department number. The new Exchange will also ring for the Carbon area and one Call will Alert 20 firemen a Homes. Telephone patrons the same party line will hear a Busy signal when there is an in coming fire Call and they Are requested to release the line until the fireman receives the message. Residents Harmony Carbon area and those living in Posey township Are requested to keep the number near their telephones so that immediate service can be provided by the volunteers. Area deaths mrs. Lena Roberts. 80, died at noon sunday at the Clay county Hospital. Miss Ethel Sanders 50, died at the Clay county Hospital sunday. Iuie Manley Felly 65, resident Brazil for nearly 50 years was found dead saturday. Details Page two Lois Hepard in st. Anthonys Lois Shepard was transferred from the Clay county Hospital to st. Anthony s Hospital in Terre haute where she will have major surgery wednesday. She is the second floor room 284. Norman Estes injured mrs. Emma Estes 204 n. Hoosier st. Has received word the serious injury her son Norman Estes. He was injured at work and is to have surgery in Onalaska wash., where he resides with Bis wife and four children. Saigon Impi a America bombers attacked vital North vietnamese Railroad target less than 10 Miles from the communist chinese Border today for the second Day in amp Row an american spokesman said. The air War escalation with the personal approval president Johnson was aimed at cutting the major flow was materials from red China never before had . Fighter bombers hit closer than 30 Miles South the Border. On sunday the bombers hit the giant Railroad and Highway Bridge at Lang son collapsing it like a grotesque a into the by Cung River. Today the raiders returned an hit another Railroad Bridge just three fifths a mile away dumpling the Southern Span the 360-foot, four Span Bridge. The spokesman said that sunday other warplanes caught hundreds boxcars loaded with War materials clustered in the area and destroyed damaged 143 them the highest num Ber chalked up during any Day this year. The strikes were part a list targets that official sources in Washington said president Johnson approved last tuesday. This was the Day before . Grant Sharp commander . Forces in the Pacific testified before the Senate preparedness subcommittee. Putting pressure Sharp also is understood to be exerting pressure the Pentagon to let him mine Haiphong Harbor. This was successfully done during the japanese occupation during world War ii no american planes were reported to Hae been shot Down during the two Days raids closer than Ever before to the chinese Border. American pilots previously had been forbidden from flying within 30 Miles the chinese Border to prevent them from acc Dently violating red chinese air space. There had been several previous incidents Hov quot a including one in which an american Pilot c�?T1 cd an opposing fighter into China and shot it Down migs frequently flee to. A chinese Sanctuary rather Man tangle with american pilots. Presumably american pilots May now be allowed to Chase them in a hot Pursuit closer to the chinese Border. Pilots reported seeing migs in the air during the two Days raids near Lang son but no dogfights were reported. American military officials feel that red China will not enter the War unless chinese Borders Are actually violated. Although there Are no known chinese military units As such operating in North Vietnam the chinese have sent More than 50,000 men to help maintain the Railroad and to operate antiaircraft guns which help protect it. The twin Bridges at Lang son were prime targets. Across them poured thousands tons War supplies for the Hanoi regime. Knocking them out coupled with bombing out a Span the Doumer Bridge across the red River at Hanoi has effectively Cut for the time at least a major part the War materials needed by North Vietnam to carry the War in the South. Deep Jungle fight in South Vietnam. American soldiers today battled communist forces in the deep Jungle valleys Northern Quang tin province. In two engagements 35 communists and two americans were reported killed. Another 19 i s were wounded spokesmen said. Spokesmen said the fighting broke out first sunday night 320 Miles Northeast Saigon died Down after five hours and started again today. The communist unleashed a second continued Page two Day in Hospital Brazil police officer Raymond a a buds Day has been confined to the Clay county Hospital for treatment diabetes. His room number is 221

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