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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Brazil, Indiana A consolidation of the Brazil daily times established in 1898 the Brazil daily news established in 1889 the Brazil daily times weather partly Cloudy tonight Low 20-26. Tuesday mostly fair High 82 37. Volume 74. Number 65. Brazil Indiana monday february 19,1962. Six cents. Paris Ltd France announced a cease fire agreement with the algerian rebels today. But the rebels said the peace talks have not Rodeo. A Semi official statement issued by the French government this morning said France s algerian affairs minister Louis Joe ended secret peace talks with the rebels sunday night. The talks lasted one week. Authoritative French spokesmen said full agreement was reached. But the rebel leaders on their return to Tunis this afternoon denied this statement. A a is not ended in Tunis rebel foreign minister Saad Dah lab told newsmen at the Airport that a the discussion is not ended. It has made a great Deal of Progress and can resume with Good vice Premier Belgacem Krim raid. A a things Are going quite Well but we still have a lot to another rebel spokesman said Quot it is not finished yet another meeting will be French officials were shocked and taken Aback by the denials of the rebel leaders. News of the denials reached Here while president Charles de Gaulle was receiving a report on the talks from the three French ministers who took part. Earlier officials said that three principal documents had resulted from the secret negotiations which Bree been going on intermittently a Ince last october. Ask end to fighting the first is a purely military Case fire agreement calling for continued on Page five Senate group considers . Bond Purchase Washington up the sen ate foreign relations committee directed its attention today to the administrations proposal to buy half of a special . Bond Issue it did so As Congress returned to a full schedule following its traditional Lull during the week of Lincoln s birthday. As the committee prepared to resume hearings on the Bond Plant Day its chairman indicated he might accept a proposed amendment to the administration request to buy $100 million of the Bonds. Sen. J. William Fulbright d ark., described As a a reasonable a proposed amendment by sen. Frank Church d. Idaho that continued on Page five Warren Haverkamp native of Brazil selected a Young Man of year in Glendale Calif. A times photo. Brazil getting ready for sectional the Brazil red devils coached by Stu Chestnut made a trip Down to Clay City this morning for a practice session in the Clay City gym. The red devils Are scheduled to play Gosport at 8 15 p. M wednesday in the Clay City sectional. Pictured As they left the Brazil gym this morning were from left front Row i on Macdonald Rich Ruble Toby Martin de Brann coach Hope is seen weather May favor flight Cape canaveral i i Chestnut and Jimmy Gray second Row Joe Mcguirk Dave myer Ronnie Dunbar Jay Mcgill Louis Miller and assistant coach Joe Thom the weather Odds tilted in Astro As standing Dee Macdonald and Alan Mccolloster. Coach Chestnut and his Brazil cagers Are shooting for the sectional Crown be 10 teams participating in the Clay City sectional. Hamburg Germany i Pic the casualty toll in Germany a worst Winter storm in history passed 150 dead today when a 90-helicopter Armada from three nations recovered More bodies of flood victims from the devastated streets of Hamburg. At 4 ., a Hamburg government spokesman said 118 bodies had been recovered from the litter strewn backwaters of this great North German port City. Altogether by official count Germany lost �6 lives in the Hurrl Cane Force winds heavy Rains and flooding during the weekend and the toll for Europe Rose to 196. A a f 100,006 Are homeless More than 100.000 persons still were homeless in Hamburg while rubber rafts from u.s., British and West German armed services covered the stricken area searching for stranded residents and floating bodies. Five of today s new deaths were West German army Rescue workers killed trying to evacuate stranded flood victims. The extent of the damage in Germany was unknown but was there will naut John h. Glenn s favor today and the countdown proceeded for considered vast. British insurance his planned Orbital flight some \ firms alone reported they lost an James Hardesty enters race for county auditor James w. Hardesty a Cost accountant 107 North Murphy ave., Brazil has announced his candidacy for the office of auditor of Clay county subject to the fill Quot if the Republican party in the May primary election. Or. Hardesty or a Jim a As he is Farni Liary known to the baseball fans who listened to his play by play broadcast of the Brazil baseball games in the brazils heyday of the National sport was born and Rearer at Danville ind. He came to Clay county to live in 1932 As an employee of the g. A f. Coal company he was honoured by the voters of Clay county who chose him to serve As county treasurer in the terms 1946 and 1948, in which capacity he established an unblemished record of eff ency. Since 1952 he has been employed As a Cost accountant at the Allis Chalmers factory North of Terre haute while continuing to live in Brazil. Or. And mrs. Hardesty Are Well known Over the county where or. Hardesty a Friendly nature naturally helps him win friends and he has already proven himself a Good vote getter. Or. Hardesty says that if he in nominated he will Endeavor to cover the county from Corner to Corner. Or. Hardesty a friends declare that he is entitled to the sincere consideration of voters of the Republican party in the selection of their ticket for the fall election. Elizabeth Taylor suffers attack of food poisoning Brazil Man on Drivers License suspension list Rome up a Elizabeth Taylor the Drivers License suspension was reported recovering rapidly j list issued by the Bureau of motor vehicles includes a Brazil Man Joe Richard Wheeler 315 West Kruzan Street. His License has been suspended from Jan. 19, 1962 to Jan 19, 1964 today from a Case of food poisoning that brought her husband and leading Man Rushing Back to Rome. A nurse at Salvator Mundi International Hospital reported this morning that the ravishing movie actress a a very Good a and might return Horn. Today or tuesday. A she is foiling Fine and eating breakfast a the nurse said. Miss Taylor was sped to the Hospital by ambulance saturday night from her $3,000 a month rented Villa on the App Ian Way. Although persons close to her said she was suffering from a a exhaustion As the result of her work in the movie a Cleopatra a or. Richard Pennington said she had been afflicted with food poisoning. Miss Taylor s or hand Eddie Fisher hurried Back from Portu Gal where he had been on a business trip and was allowed to spend an hour with her in the Hospital sunday night. The doctors continued on Page five snowstorms hit upper Midwest Many stranded after 7 30 pm. Est tues Fly Collins age 67, Dies at Hospital Otto Lankford age 77, Dies at Sullivan Marren Haverkamp Marten Haverkamp 35 years Oid graduated from Brazil High school mho was graduated from Brazil and attended Indiana state col High school in 1944 and Rose poly lege. Her parents Are or. And More troops Are rushed to British Guiana mrs. Floy Collins 67 years old resident of route 2, Cory died at 5 05 a m. Today at the Clay county Hospital. She had been in failing health for two years and seriously ill for three months mrs. Collins had been a patient at the Hospital for four weeks. Rom May 21, 1894 in Edgar county iii., she was the daughter 6.lnfh snowfall of Algie and Leatha Dalrymple Mccullough. Mrs. Collins had resided on route 2, Cory the past 57 years and was a member of the pleasant Grove Church of Christ. Survivors include the husband Russell l two daughters mrs. Everett , route 2, Cory and mrs. Alden of Brazil four Sisters mrs. Chloe Allier son and mrs Kowena Adkins troth of Terre haute mrs. Esther butt Brazil and mrs. Clara White route 1, Clay City a brother Emery Mccullough route 2, Cory a grand-1 son Keven Lee Latta and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements Are Pend ing at the Sci Oppenhorst funeral Home in Clay cily. He United press International Winter s worst storm choked the upper Midwest with 4 foot Snow drifts today paralysing transportation and sounding Lindrud of persons. Blizzard like winds up to 35 Miles an hour Cut visibility to Zero in Many sections from South Dakota to the Ohio Border. Minnesota had up to 27 inches of Snow. Some Iowa communities measured 20 inches. Sioux Falls s i reported 31 inches on the ground. Wisconsin had up to a foot of new Snow. Dubuque Iowa reported its heaviest snowfall in half a Century. Sioux City Iowa residents said it was the worst storm in a decade Michigan had 6 inches of Snow Nebraska had up to 14 inches of Snow. Northern Illinois had a time Day. The National aeronautics and space administration issued a weather forecast which it called cautiously optimism. It. Col. John a. Shorty Powers spokes-1 recovered bodies Man for nasal a Mercury Man in orbit project said the Odds appeared to be �?o60 40 in our die first half of the two Day countdown began at 2 30 a a both the Atlas Booster rocket and the Mercury space capsule were ready. Powers quoted Nasa Weatherman Ernest Amman As saying he was a Little hit More optimistic than a lie is usually pretty cautious a Powers added. A when Ernie is optimistic i can to help but tilt the Scales in our the big question Mark was a new storm forming Over the Virginia capos. This threatened to february it it a Al it am conditions caused three consecutive postponements of the launch last week. Continued on Page Al Van estimated $56 to $140 million la Marine insurance on goods awaiting ship or Shore transport. In an emergency session the Hamburg parliament ordered a mass funeral wednesday for All this port of 2 8 million person which was hardest hit by the pounding seas and Bowling winds f Onti Wurfl on Page five inspect Brazil basements for fallout shelter colder weather forecast tonight temperatures Are expected to in december of 1946, has been selected a Young Man of the year in Glendale Calif. Many brazilians remember him As an excellent musician during his High school Days. The City of Glendale is s growing Community and is nestled in the Foothills immediately North of los Angeles. Glendale has a population of approximately 120,000. Or. Haverkamp is the son of the late or. And mrs. De Haver Kamp and has a sister miss Pearl Roberts who helped rear him. She lives at 601 East Hendrix Street in Brazil. Or Haverkampf wife is the former Anna Lee Wright. She was mrs Roy p. Wright r r 4, Brazil. The Haverkampf who live at 519 Meadows drive in Glendale went to Glendale 12 years ago and along with two others founded Columbia Wax company which is reportedly the largest manufacturer of floor care products in the West. Or. Haverkamp majored in chemical engineering at Rose poly. A Leader in his Field Haverkamp has been invited to attend a seminar in Frankfurt Germany in october to review new developments in the Wax manufacturing business. He is one of six americans invited to the seminar. Continued on rag five Georgetown British Guiana up a Britain rushed More Tough commandos into this paralysed fire blackened capital today to prevent fresh outbreaks of violence and looting a 77-Man unit equipped with automatic weapons was i ing in from England to reinforce British soldiers already patrolling the streets. Some of the troops Are veterans of the Mau Mau Campaign in Ken it a or have seen service in Cyprus and Egypt. Business was at a standstill be cause of a general strike. More than 700 persons were under arrest for tooting and an estimated 2,000 More were out of work As a result of six Days of rioting burning and pillaging caused by demonstrations against Premier Cheddie Jagana a left Wing government. A general strike Width threat continued on rage live Otto Lankford age 72, of route j 2. Clay City died at 5 30 . Hun Day at the Mary Sherman Hospital in Sullivan where he had been a patient Only one Day. In failing health for three years his condition had become serious one week ago. Born nov. 28. 1889 in Harrison j township on route 2, Clay City he was the son of James f. And Colesta m. Ecret Lankford. A life a Long resident of route 2, Clay City 1 or. Lankford was a Veteran of j world War i. Surviving Are three Sisters mrs Flora Bond route 2, Center Point 5 mrs. Elva Kittle Worthington and ,. \ a a a _ seasonal highs Range from 41 to 49 mrs. Bertha Lowdermilk Rou e 2,. ,. And lows from 24 to 19 South of the Snow Belt freezing rain glazed sidewalks Anh High a ways Freak Winter thunderstorms were reported at Milwaukee. Wis and mount Carmel 111. Thunderstorms grumbled across j Dixie dropping 2 .9 inches of ram at Dothan Al and 2 50 inches j at Ozark ala., Mobile ala., had 2 inches. The heavy Rains touched off Flash flooding in some areas j land downtown streets were awash it j at flotation a temperatures dipped below Zero t j in Northern new England and j j North Dakota Depauw team wins fourth Victory in College bowl new York cup a Depauw University Greencastle in Defeated the University of Alabama 235 180 on the nationally televised a College bowl program Here sunday. The Victory was the fourth in a Row on the program for the hoosiers who will take on Haver Ford College Haverford pa., next sunday. If Depauw is victorious the team will tie retired As Champion. How much of the Brazil area of 10,000 or More persons can lie accommodated for 72 hours in shelters from radioactive fallout William c. Sullivan of Terr haute representing the fallout shelter survival committee was in Hazil today inspecting basement rooms and gathering data to a presented to army engineers or. Sullivan stated that two Story buildings Over basements offer considerable Protection above and tha outside basement doors and windows can be closed with Sand bags in emergency. The Prospect of living confined in dark basements for 72 hours for survival is not pleasant at Best. Courthouse to be closed thursday the Clay county courthouse will lie closed All Day thursday in Observance of George Washington a birthday. He we is born on feb 22, 1732 Kennedy signs i i Clay county red Cross fund drive quota set at 11,333 drop to the Low 20s in this area tonight following a gloomy Day. The weather Wax Chilly this morn ing and Fine Snow was falling at noon. The Indiana five Day forecast Calls for temperatures averaging three to six degrees below Normal. Memorial Bill Campaign to Slart March i Clay City two Brothers James and Harvey Lankford both of route 2, Clay City and several nieces and nephews. Friends May Call after 2 Tuesday at the Schoppenhorst funeral Home in Clay City. Funeral services will lie conducted at 1 of clock wednesday afternoon at the i Vin skills funeral Home. The Rev. George Jewell pastor of the Middlebury Baptist Church will officiate and burial will be in the Greenwell cemetery near Clay City. High Marks Here tuesday Are n claims due tomorrow county auditor Daniel a a deep Strong reported today that ail claims Are due tomorrow. J expected to Range from 32 to the Outlook for wednesday is for slightly warmer weather with Tain Likely. Colder weather is expected i near the end of the week High Marks in the state ranged from 31 at South Bend to 60 at and overnight lows ranged from 26 to 35. High read ing above 50 were retried in this area. Roads in some upstate areas were reported hazardous this morning due to freezing drizzle Snow Washington up a president Kennedy today signed a Bill establishing the Lincoln boyhood memorial Park at Lncoln City ind. The legislation gives Indiana its first National Park and provides a $1 million Federal outlay. Witnessing the White House Bill signing were Hen Vance Hartke d ind and rep. Winfield Denton i ind. The Park dedicated to the civil War president will be Stab United in Denton s District. Also on hand to receive pens from the Bill signing from presi Howard l. Shanks of Brazil chairman of the Clay county Chap Clay county had a Small experience of Money coming Back Omna Ter red Cross fund drive and Carl the red Cross instead of being i on Dodd township chairman will tribute following the tornadoes hold another organization meeting which struck the Central and South tuesday in Headquarters in the Ern Section of the county in 1948 and times budding. Brazil in prepare j 49 although most of these people Tion for the annual Driva which Cari red Tornado insurance and were starts March 1st. The Clay county chapter has been notified by the National headquarter that the quota Thia year is $8,333. This is somewhat less than the quotas during the War years despite the heavy expenses of the More than 300 disasters Over the today s chuckle if you give a Pessimist a Inch be in measure it. Dent Kennedy Weie rep Fred world in which the red Cross was Schwengle r Iowa chairman of j first on the scenes with aids to the Lincoln inauguration Centen relieve countless thousands of dismal Royt Combs president of Tress of the people the Indiana Lincoln foundation the expense of Aid sent to the William Koch ind., and mrs. Evansville ind of Santa Claus distressed persons in the path of Isadore Skora of j Hurricane which struck the Texas a Lincoln scholar area was a big Drain on the funds continued Page live reserved fur disaster Aid. Able to take care of their own losses the National red Cross Quot Cut $20,000 Aid to the county which is More than two years quotas collected for International Ami local use. The Clay county chapter officers have been Busy with service for men in the armed forces scattered Over the world and their families at Home. Messages to the men in service Are sent to Richmond from where they Ara radioed to reception centers Over the world. The chapter has been Able to gel a message out and answer within 48 hours. France reports agreement with algerian rebels european storm deaths mount to almost 200 rebel leaders deny peace talks concluded say much Progress made Hamburg German port City hardest hit Over 100,000 persons homeless

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