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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Brazil, Indiana A Cuneo Lianea of the Brazil daily times established in 1888 the Brazil daily news established in 1889 the Brazil daily times m weather fair tonight and tuesday. Low tonight near 59. High tuesday 7m$. Volume 77. Number 164brazil, Indiana monday june 14, 1965 seven cents. John Baughman world War ii Veteran Dies John t. Baughman. 43 years old of 616 North Colfax Street a Veteran of world War ii died late saturday night at the veterans Hospital at Indianapolis. He became ill about three weeks ago and when his condition continued to decline he was taken to the Hospital last monday. Death was attributed to a respiratory ailment. Born in Parke county on sept 8, 1921, he was a son of the late Charles and Gertrude Coffman Baughman. The family moved to Brazil in 1937, and As a youth he worked As a trackman for the Pennsylvania Railroad. During world War ii he entered military service on sept. 1, 1942, and served 18 months in Central Europe. Returned to the United states in october 1945, he later re enlisted and served until dec. 12, 1949, when he was honorable discharged. Upon returning to Brazil he was employed at the former Hydraulic factory until 1955, when he moved to Omaha neb. For the next eight years he was employed As a truck Driver by the Omaha Street department. He came Back to Brazil in october 1963, and prior to his recent illness he had been employed on various Highway construction projects in Central Indiana. Surviving Are two sons John t. Baughman jr., of Omaha neb. And Edward Lee Baughman of Greencastle two Sisters mrs. Charles Mary Mcvey of Brazil and mrs. Albert Irene Underwood of . 1, Fillmore three Brothers Charles Baughman Johns twin of Converse George f. Baughman of Parchment mich., and sgt. Floyd j. Baughman Usan stationed at Buber Hill fab near Peru together with several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at the Lawson Chapel at 2 00 of clock tuesday afternoon. The Rev. H. Orval Moore pastor of the first evangelical United Brethren Church will officiate and interment will be in Calcutta cemetery. Friends May Call at the Lawson funeral Home at any time. Democrat club meets tomorrow the Clay county Democrat club will meet in convention Hall at the Clay county courthouse at 7 30 . Tomorrow. It will be the regular monthly meeting. Plans Are to be arranged for the annual fish Fry to be in july. Mahurin trial postponed until next monday the trial of Robert Mahurin 25, of 755 w. Knight st., Brazil charged with the rape of an 8-year-old school girl has been reset for next monday in Gay circuit court. The trial was scheduled to begin today. A court spokesman said today that the trial Date was changed because of the unavailability of several of the prosecutions witnesses. Today s Chuckla the american male lives in a democracy. He has three choices of government blonde Brunette and redhead. Pierce infant Dies shortly after birth private services were conducted this afternoon for infant Gary Wayne Pierce who died at 9 45 o clock sunday night a few minutes after he was born at the Clay county Hospital. The baby was the son of mrs. Bessie Marie Vanatti Pierce and the late Donald r. Pierce who was the victim of a fatal heart attack on May 14. The family has been burdened by the sadness of four bereavement beginning with the death of a son Donald Ray jr., on March 15, 1963, at the age of 15 years. Less than five months later on aug. 13, 1963, they lost a daughter Christine Elaine who was eight years old. Surviving beside the child s Mother Are brother Ronald Lee the maternal grandmother mrs. Louisa Vanatti and the paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Joseph a. Nellie Pierce All of . 1, Brazil together with several aunts uncles and other relatives. Service arrangements were in charge of the Lawson funeral Home and interment was in Bee Ridge cemetery. Circus in town the Mills Brothers circus is in Brazil today for two performances. The first was scheduled for this afternoon and the second will be at 8 . Under the big top. On the right is a photo of the huge circus tent under which the performances pleasant weather forecast in state next five Days firemen Battle Yard Blaze at Ark Tex Plant 2 Chicago woman slain in car near Vincennes Vincennes ind. Up a the husband of a Chicago woman slain in an apparent Highway robbery has refused to take a lie Detector test authorities said today. They also said one of two youths in custody As suspects in the shooting sunday of mrs. Marilyn Mclemore 26, a Bride of six months would be released. Sheriff Marion Youngstafel said the victims husband. Winston 41, said he would not take a lie test. Mclemore earlier told authorities he was beaten and his wife was shot to death when they stopped along .41 North of Here. No charges have been filed to far. Mclemore said he became tired while driving to Drake Boro ky., and stopped to let his wife get behind the win j. Mclemore told police As he got into the Back seat his w Ife Slid under the wheel and started the engine. He said someone then walked alongside the car and shot his wife. Police said by United press International firemen were called to Arke hoosiers can expect pleasant Tex Plant no. 2 Early today to weather most of the week fore extinguish a Yard fire casters predicted today with Kenneth Royer Brazil fire Little or no rain at least through chief said about 500 Wood pal mid week. Lets were burned in the Blaze. The five Day forecast for the firemen made no estimate of the period ending saturday called damage but it was reported that for near Normal temperatures the loss would be several thous 1 meaning daytime highs in the and Duars. Miss Horn was born june 13, Emang aay ume mans in Ine _ 1939, in Harrison township m 80s and overnight lows in the two trucks from Brazil and a count she was the Daugh. 50s and Low 60s. Two fire trucks from Posey twp. A porn find Agnes mostly sunny with no signify we a dispatched to tight the p Horn cant temperature changes was b aze about 8 a m. The trucks she was a 1957 graduate 0f the forecast through tuesday let he scene about 1�?o 15 a m Clay City High school and had followed by partly Cloudy it was believed that a trash employed As a bookkeeper wednesday. The started the pallets burning Are Given and on the left Are four elephants As they were Given water yesterday. Hattie Carpenter Dies saturday at nursing Home mrs. Hattie m. Carpenter. 85 years old widow of Courtney Carpenter died at 6 45 . Saturday at the Wilson nursing Home in Knightsville. Her Home was on r. R. 2, Rosedale South of the Perth school in Dick Johnson township. A resident of Clay county for the last 40 years of her life she was born in Owen county on nov. 7, 1879. Mrs. Carpenter was the last survivor of eight children born to Edward and Mary Mullinix of Neal. Her late husband who died in 1944, was a railroader and they had reared their family in the Home South of Perth where she continued to live following his death. For the past several months mrs. Carpenters health had been declining causing her to be hospitalized and confined to the nursing Home. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. John r. Eva Diel of . 1, Reelsville two sons Everett and Jesse Carpenter both of r. R. 2. Rosedale one sister mrs. Rachel Lambert of Spencer two grandchildren four great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Other survivors include a daughter in Law mrs. Goldie Carpenter of . 2, Rosedale two step grandchildren and five great step grandchildren. Services will be conducted at Miller and sons funeral Home at 1 . Tuesday. The Rev. A. L. Emmert will officiate and interment will be in Clear run cemetery at Bridgeton. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Today. Times photos Beverly Horn 26, Dies sunday at Terre haute miss Beverly Joann Horn 26 years old of . 2, Clay City died at 12 10 sunday morning at up to three fourths of an Inch precipitation was predicted late in the week. Temperatures sunday ranged mostly in the pleasant 70s, but j the Mercury reached 86 at Evansville. Overnight readings skidded to a Chilly 48 at South Bend 51 at fort Wayne 52 at Lafayette and 54 at Evansville a drop of 32 degrees from sundays High. Ii Are missing after flood Cost protested begin tearing Down county jail Council approves funds work began today on the tearing Down of the old Clay county jail As the Clay county Council met and appropriated 88.867 in additional funds to cover the letting of the fourth and final contract for a new Clay county jail. The Council action came amidst unhappy protests by Council members who voiced the opinion that the Cost is too High. A i Don t understand How an architect can be $25,000 off on a $200,000 building a said councilman Robert Gasway. A i done to like it but there is nothing we can do. They the county commissioners have already let three of the contracts and the old jail is already being torn the councilmen said they were told by the architect at a previous meeting that the Cost for the new jail would run from $185,000 to $190,000. Gasway said the total now will be approximately $222,000. A they better not come Back for More Money. I wont vote for appropriating another dime a said Gasway. Councilman Bill Tozer said he echoed the sentiments. The councilmen also approved an additional $695 for rent and moving expense of the sheriffs department. An additional amount of $100 was approved for the county health department to pay for social Security payments. Expect Wilhelm to be named Staunton coach a former Michigan resident is expected to be named head basketball coach at Staunton High school according to sources close to the situation. Clair Wilhelm who coached at North Vermillion High school near Cayuga last year is expected to be named to the Staunton Post later this week. Wilhelm was freshman basketball coach and assistant football coach at North Vermillion last year. He was a head basketball coach in Michigan before coming to North Vermillion. He had a successful coaching career. A spokesman at North Vermillion today confirmed to the times that Wilhelm has accepted the position at Staunton. The times was unable to reach Wilhelm. He will replace Bill Peden who has accepted a no coaching position in the Marion school system. Peden had a successful 15-6 season last year with the yellow jackets. Band practice tonight or. Philip Zent Brazil High school band director announces that the first band practice will be held this evening at 7 00 at the school. All band members a re to be present. By United press International heavy Rains and cold today left a Damp chill Over the South Midwest and sections of new England. Eleven persons were still missing and presumed victims of a Texas flood last week. Large Hail fell on Broadus mont., sunday night and caused damage estimated by the mayor at $100,000. In nearby Butte Snow piled five inches deep and cancelled the american i Region baseball tournament. The teams scheduled a snowball fight instead. The heavy Midwest Rains took a toll of crops in Missouri Iowa and South Dakota. Thousands of acres were under from two to three feet of water As Field drainage systems collapsed from the overload. South Dakota gov. Nils a. Boe asked for Federal disaster Aid. The Missouri flood damage estimate topped $1 million after a Reed Springs garment factory found what had ruined $750,000 Worth of material. One Man drowned As swirling Waters trapped his car. Eleven residents of Sander continued on Page five at Hillman a Meadows Center store in Terre haute until her health forced her retirement. She had been in failing health since february and when her condition became serious wednesday she was admitted to Clay county Hospital. Miss Horn was later transferred to Union hos Pital in Terre haute for further j treatment of her ailment i survivors Are the Mother. Agnes Horn Clay City . 2 one by United press International sister mrs. Juanita Haviland. Five drowning deaths in stale during weekend . Battalion in offensive position today South Viet Nam officers form leadership committee of 10 generals Saigon Chi a a combat ready battalion of u. S. Army paratroopers assembled today at an Airfield about 20 Miles South of embattled Dong goal. The move put american ground forces in an offensive position for the first Lime in the Viet Nam War against the communists. A u. S. Military spokesman said the paratroopers were moved up to Luoc Vinh a at the request of the government of Viet f an official announcement if quot "1 d 1 Ere a d so tub Viet names visits d6tw66i1 military officers had formed a East and West berliners end National leadership committee composed of 10 general officers who have assumed control of the country. The announcement said the chairman and highest ranking member is defense minister maj. Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu. The military took Over following the resignation of Premier Phan Huy Quat and chief of state Phan Khac Suu last week. The official announcement gave the name of Only two other generals beside Thieu but listed an additional seven a perfect summer weekend with sunny skies and warm temperatures produced a rash of drowning accidents in Indiana Over the past weekend with three of the five victims boys under 10 years of age. Police said Stephen Nowakowski 19, Chicago drowned sunday afternoon while water skiing with a group of friends in Cedar Lake. They said the youth was swimming away from the boat toward a pair of skis when he apparently panicked and went under. They said a companion jumped into the Lake county Lake and attempted to save the youth but had to let him go be j cause Nowakowski was pulling j them both under. Darrell Wayne Pearson 34, j Indianapolis drowned when he attempted to swim across tide Well Lake near Mooresville. Police said the Man was about 20 feet Short of his goal when he went under in six feet of water. Verkist Hartfield 19, drowned in Francher Lake on the Lake county Fairgrounds at Crown Point saturday when police said he fell into the water from the Edge of a pier where he and some other boys were a horsing a lifeguard found the body of Preston Green 9, Frankfort saturday under four feet of water in the Frankfort municipal Pool. Police said attempts to revive the boy failed. Scott Haugen 5, Danville 111., drowned saturday in the old continued on Page five Rockford 111. The maternal grandparents or. And mrs. David Dyer 2, Coal City the paternal grandmother Altha Horn Clay City several nieces and nephews. Miss Horn was preceded in death by a brother a sister and her father All passing away since 1956. Funeral services will be held at Schoppenhorst funeral Home in Clay City at 2 00 . Wednesday with Rev. Paul Griffith of Worthington officiating. Burial will be in Beech cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 00 . Today. Space heroes Are cheered by Chicago crowd Chicago up astronauts James Mcdivitt and Edward White Rode in Triumph through Miles of cheering chicagoan today in a rip roaring tribute to the nation s space heroes. Civil rights demonstrators who had threatened to compete with the space twins Welcome did not appear during the first stages of the of Hare Airport reception and motorcade Down Michigan ave. But close to 400 demonstrators were massing in Grant Park. Continued on Page five Pope in custody Kansas City detective left and Fri agent Karl Disley Lead Duane Pope 22, to be arraigned on Bank robbery charges. Pope is accused in the big Springs neb., Holdup in which three persons were killed. Up telephoto Berlin up a the Berlin Wall slammed shut today plunging the germans it divides into gloom. They fear they May never see each other again. There were heart rendering family scenes at the Wall at Midnight when the Holiday Between West Berlin that. and East Germany expired mothers and fathers cried As they said goodbye to their children perhaps for the last time. Sisters and Brothers who live in different parts of the City embraced in the Shadow of the entitle the assigned commanders to a position on the committee. Heavy casualties the Post of Secretary general was Given to maj. Gen. Pham Xuan Chieu chief of the now anti refugee Barrier As armed defunct National legislative guards looked on. Council. Air vice marshal Ngu mayor Willy Brandt of West yen Kao by was named com Berlin has promised he will at i continued on Page five tempt to reach a new agreement to make More visits possible during the Christmas season. But the prospects Are not Good. The communists have accused the West of sabotaging the old agreement and it was feared they will demand a political Price for a new one. Brandt said the City will not be blackmailed. He said he will not even discuss any communist demands that meetings of the West German parliament continued on Page five Brazil Man fined on traffic charge Marion t. Neese of Rural Brazil was fined a total of $25 and costs in Clay circuit court this morning on a charge of leaving the scene of a property damage Accident. His License was ordered suspended for 60 Days. Divorce granted Genevive Harbaugh was granted a divorce from Joseph Albert Harbaugh recently in Clay county circuit court. She was granted custody of their children and he is to pay $40 per week support. Divorce filed Diana r. Van Horn has filed suit in Clay circuit court for a divorce from Jerry a. Van Horn. Brochure presents state advantages for atomic facility Indianapolis up a governor Branigin announced today a brochure extolling the Merit of locating a $280 million atomic installation near Here has been completed. The brochure and presentation of Indiana Scase will be submitted in Washington tuesday to the atomic Energy commission by presidents Elvis Stahr and Frederick Hovde of Indiana and Purdue universities respectively. The brochure weighs 55 pounds. It offers to the Federal government 3,150 acres of land quot without Cost and without delay at the proposed Eagle Creek Reservoir Only 10 minutes from the Center of the it Points out the strategic location within easy reach of the campuses of Purdue Indiana and Illinois and that the proposed Reservoir will have a water Pool of 1.300 acres and can produce at least four times the minimum water requirements for the atom smasher. Deadline Friday registration begins today for free swimming lessons registration starts today for the annual free swimming lessons co sponsored by the Brazil . And red Cross. Registration will continue during the week with the deadline set for this coining Friday. All those who Register after this coming Friday will be placed in a class but will not be Able to Start their lessons until after one class period. This is necessary spokesmen for the two organizations said to enable the instructors to devote their entire attention to those boys and girls who have registered and Are entering the Pool for the first time to attend their lessons. All that is necessary for a boy or girl to do to Register for the lessons is to fill in the required information on one of the registration coupons have it signed by a Parent or guardian and either mail or bring it to either the . Office at Meridian and Kruzan or to the red Cross office in the times building. Registration coupons can be found in both offices As Well As in several issues of the Brazil daily times during this week. The lessons will Start next monday june 21, and will continue for the next four weeks. The lessons will be conducted in the Brazil municipal Pool in Forest Park during the morning hours. The lessons Are so designed so that As the boys and girls Progress in the lessons they will be moved up and into the next higher class so that by the end of the four weeks they will have had an Opportunity to move upwards in their aquatic Prog Ress As fast As they learn. Continued on Page five

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