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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Brazil, Indiana A consolidation Brazil daily times established 1888. 1 Brazil daily news established 1889. The Brazil daily times weather fair tonight and tuesday. Low tonight 72 High tuesday 92. Lume Xiii. Number 176.Brazil, Indiana monday june 29, 1953. Five cents. Less hurl Back South koreans counter attack 5e0ul, Korea it up a two inese regiments hurled Back inter attacks by 1st division Public Korea soldiers today retain their control four key posts protecting the invasion Ridor to Seoul. In an unusual Daylight action e w000 chinese broke the Back South korean counter attacks inst outposts Bak Queen Han a and an unnamed Hill. The oks fell Back to their original defense line. United nations warplanes immediately began plastering out Ost Queen with 2,000-lb. Bombs. Allied Sabre Jet pilots shot Down in communist migs this evening bring the monthly Mig total to a to 69�?the second highest the korean War. The russian built fighters were Bhot Down while the speedy jets were protecting a Sabre bomber attack a troop and Supply area at Nam Sidong 10 Miles Southeast the Yalu. With Clearing weather and one More Day to go the Sabe jets threatened to break the monthly record 62 set last september. The reds supported their assault with an artillery barrage so intense that More than 1,500 rounds fell near a regiment command Post far Back the mainline. Officers with the 1st Rok division said they expected the reds to throw a a do die push against the division tonight. United press correspondent Fred rain ton said the Itok s with continued Page five two graduates medical school internships . Harold Leroy Miller and . Wayne Schrepferman Start Quot practical Quot training. Indianapolis ind. A two physicians who received their . Degrees from Indiana University june 15th and whose parents Are residents Clay county will begin Hospital internships july 1, the final step in preparing themselves for professional careers in the Field Medicine. They Are . Harold Leroy Miller son . And mrs. Lester Miller Brazil who will intern at the King county Hospital system Seattle Washington and . Wayne Schrepferman son Mary Schrepferman Brazil who will intern at the St. Vincents Hospital in Indianapolis. Of the 134 physicians graduated by the Indiana University school Medicine this year Dean John d. Vannuys reports that 65 will intern in Indiana hospitals while the remainder will join staffs 3 7 hospitals in 20 other states. I ii i a is damaged by thursday storm Large barn wrecked and milk House carried away. Brazil digs out from worst wind storm. Mercury bubbles to 90 Mark again it was hot and humid again today with the Mercury going to the 80-degree Mark for the fourth con Lee Tive Day. Engineer Joe Stunkard said the official thermometer at the Brazil City waterworks pumping station hit the 90 Reading at noon today. The weather Bureau predicted showers tonight tuesday. There Wal be Lith Relief according to Cne forecasters for temperatures Are to remain in the 90�?Ts again tomorrow. No times saturday there will be no edition the times published saturday because the National Holiday fourth july. Richard j. Mann former resident succumbs in Ohio funeral services will be held wednesday morning in Lima o., for 5 7-year-old Richard j. Mann former insurance representative in Brazil and Terre haute. Or. Mann died sunday morning in Lima where he had resided in recent years. He was associated with the Western and Southern life insurance company in this area for Many years. Surviving Are the widow Marie one son Robert Lima three daughters mrs. Marguerite Penn miss Barbara and miss Mary Gertrude Mann All Lima four Sisters mrs. Gertrude Harden miss Pauline Mann mrs. Mary Sullivan and mrs. Irene Shamis All Terre haute and one brother John Terre haute. 1953 Gestapo Tough russian Security troops sent to patrol powder Keg area Berlin up a Russia has tent a division its Tough Security troops to Czechoslovakia to meet anti communist unrest Well Jitu few urges said today. At the same time informants a Aid the soviet government has curtailed the Power its civilian High commission in Germany in favor the military As a result the bloody revolt workers in Eastern Germany. The sources which have close connections with the soviet High command in Germany said a division the dreaded Security troops was moved into the Pil sen area Czecho Slovakia last Friday. The czech rebellion against the recent communist currency Reform which wiped out savings reached its High Point in the famous Beer brewing Center Pil sen. Two weeks ago workers stormed and pillaged the town Hall there hoisted the american Flag and Tore Down and trampled Pic tue a a Josef Stalin and the late Klement Gottwald. The rebellion in Eastern Germany still Seething forced a change in soviet policy there. Informants said plans to emphasize civilian Over military control had been scrapped. Russian troops and communist police Are fanning out All Over East Germany with orders to crush the remaining traces the 12-Day-old workers revolt in the puppet state it was reported. Strikes and showdowns were reported in four red Germany a five provinces despite the harsh russian martial Law under which at least 50 persons had been executed and More than 40,000 imprisoned. Only Brandenburg province which surrounds Berlin was completely quiet today. The rest the soviet zone was reported in turmoil from Warne Mue Iule the North sea coast to the heavily guarded uranium zone the Frontier communist Czechoslovakia. Defiant strikers were said to have flooded Many uranium mines in the Border zone putting them out production for months. Much red Germany a railway network was tied up by strikes especially the lines linking Berlin w Ith red Poland said to have been used last week by deportation trains carrying thousands political prisoners to the East v thanks to the assistance Given by the Indiana state farm the it Ity Street and Alley department duty had nearly every Street in own open 19. Traffic although Nar to one Way in a any Pla a by the fallen Trees and limbs that Are still piled in the streets. But remarkable Progress in cleaning the streets the debris in the Wake the worst wind storm in Brazil s history last thursday afternoon and night has been made. Today the state farm sent Down fifty seven men including two farm officials and two truck Drivers and were assigned to work by Elmer Cox superintendent Public works. Incidentally one the officials is Ralph Cox fill More a r. 1, Elmer a Cousin. Saturday one Crew completed the difficult Job taking a Large tree off the Home . And mrs. Harry Sherer East Blaine Street continued Tage five. Ralph t. Young Brazil r. R. 5 Hurt in elevator crash Quot while helping to install an elevator at the National fireproofing corp. Plant today 55-year-old Ralph t. Young Brazil r. R. 6 was injured in an unusual Accident. Five men were the elevator while the weights were being adjusted. When the control slipped four the men were Able to step from the lift to r Landing. However Young was trapped the elevator As it gained Speed its upward flight and As it crashed at the top the Shaft. Or. Young was taken in a Lawson let son ambulance to the Clay county Hospital. He was said to be suffering from injuries to his Back ankle and hips. Police Honor Levi Levi Louderback former mayor Brazil and a retired Pennsylvania Railroad police Captain was honoured recently when the police training school Western Region the Pennsylvania Railroad was held at the Indiana state police pistol Range near Putnamville. Levi who served the Railroad for More than 30 years is shown with the gun in the top photo. Left to right g. A. Busemeyer Captain police South West a a Ern division Indianapolis W. Weddle Captain police the fort Wayne division j. W. Shumaker superintendent police Western Region Chicago . Louderback and Hesler son sergeant Pennsylvania Railroad police Terre haute. Supt. Shumaker is shown congratulating Levi in lower picture. Times photos by Kenny Bennett Slaughter Indiana highways continues despite safety drive 2 men escape As top heavy truck wrecks ind. 46 two men escaped with minor injuries sunday morning when their top heavy truck went out control and turned Over ind. 4 6, about three Miles West the ind. 59 intersection. Richard l. Culver 19 years old Acton r. In 1, was at the wheel a 19 4 8 Studebaker truck belonging to the Ideal rides co. Of Valdosta ga., when the Accident took place. Sheriff Martin Slack who investigated said the truck was awkwardly loaded with a swing ride. Paul Robison Valdosta owner the truck was Riding with Young Culver. By United press a a Jon father and his 6011 were killed sunday in a flaming truck train wreck As Hoosier traffic took another heavy toll despite concerted safety campaigns. An ironic Angle to the Slaughter was the death a Bluffton Man in an Accident just an hour after he was stopped by police and Given a ticket for reckless driving. The double fatality boosted the w Eek end Indiana accidental death toll to at least 12, with 7 killed highways 2 drowned and 3 victims miscellaneous mishaps. The truck train crash at an unguarded crossing in Tipton claimed the lives Clayborn Randal 53, and his son James. Authorities said Randal apparently was blinded by the Sun and drove his dump truck into the Side the freight. A ear carrying six youths overturned a county Road curve near lag Range saturday night killing Magdalena Witner 17, Grabill and injuring her companions. The Auto skidded 115 feet and plunged Down a 10 foot embankment. Sylvester Reynolds 25, Bluffton was Given a ticket for reckless driving and was killed an hour later when his Auto struck a tree ind. 316 saturday night. Eugene Welch 21, fort Wayne was injured fatally saturday when a car went out control u. S. 2 7 North fort Wayne. A pickup truck operating the wrong Side the Road was blamed for a crash that killed Jack Kettler 1c, Detroit. State police said the truck driven by Albert 1 Keplinger 70, fort Wayne struck a car containing Kettler u. S. 24 West Huntington. Chester Pace jr., 25, Kokomo was killed saturday when his car was struck at the intersection u. S. 31 and ind. 18 by an Auto driven by William lieder 2 7, Salem o., Stock car racer. Six persons were Hurt. Herman Hanert 38, Chicago drowned in the Kankakee River near Schneider when he attempted to save his wife Alice after both tumbled into the water from a capsized boat. Timothy watch tet ter 5, son Indianapolis policeman Raymond Wachstetter jr., drowned sunday at Lake Freeman near Delphi. Three year old Pamela ferry Columbus was killed saturday when her father Julius deflected a porch beam to prevent it from hitting his three year old Niece and failed to see his own child playing nearby. Perry told authorities he was repairing the porch when the Accident occurred. Donald w. Detray 4 3, Indianapolis was shocked fatally when an electric hand saw with which he was building a swim Pool at his Home for his twin children Cut an Extension Cord and Short circuited Earth wet from rain. The body Elzy Rogers 35, a Wabash Railroad worker was found along tracks in Logansport saturday and authorities believed he was killed attempting to hop a freight. Clark asks communists to sign truce despite loss released pos l injured when cars collide . Ill near City six members family treated at Hospital following Accident. Eight persons were Hurt sunday evening in a collision automobiles at the Cloverland crossing u. S. 4 0 West Brazil. The terrific crash took place when a 1953 Buick belonging to de Hoffman 76-year-old retired Farmer Terre haute r. R. 6, moved North across the Highway into the path a 1951 Studebaker driven by mrs. Odie Jackson 602 s. Lyons Indianapolis according to sheriff Martin Slack and trooper Bill Stevenson. Or. Hoffman and his wife Ethel 71 who formerly lived Brazil r. R. 1, were taken in the Lawson amp son ambulance to Union Hospital in Terre haute. Mrs. Hoffman suffered a serious contusion to her right Eye and other painful cuts while her husband received minor injuries. The Miller amp sons ambulance took mrs. Jackson and her husband Rev. Joseph m. Jackson and their four children to the Clay county Hospital for emergency treatment. The youngsters included Joe Jackson. 9 years old Morris 7 Ossie e., 5, and Evelyn 18 months. Arlo Paul Norris also a passenger in the Jackson car was not injured. Mrs. Jackson the most seriously injured suffered Chest and Skull injuries. There was no room available for her in the Hospital and it was necessary for the Miller ambulance to remove her to Indianapolis. Other members the Jackson family were dismissed after receiving treatment. Investigating officers said Rev. Jackson was in route with his family to West Terre haute where he was scheduled to conduct a special Church service last night. They reported the Hoffman car was practically new with the speedometer showing Only 300 Miles. Both vehicles were damaged extensively. Many stores open Friday evening All closed july 4th because the 4th july Holiday this saturday Many Brazil stores will remain open this Friday evening july 3rd, for the accommodation their customers according to John Buddin chairman the retail division the Brazil chamber Commerce. Stores will be closed All Day saturday july 4th, in Observance the Holiday. There will be no edition the times saturday july 4th. News matter and advertising normally intended to run saturday should be in the times office in time for insertion Friday july 3rd. Park attendance reaches High Mark attendance at Forest Fark set a new record for the season yesterday. The farm Bureau picnic brought in the Lagreau single group but there were Many other picnic groups and table space was in demand. Hundreds cars parked necessitated use the South Grove Section As Well As the parking lot North the auditorium. Fine weather brought out a Large crowd for the band concert at the baud Shell. These crowds Are expected to be larger next sunday with the beginning Union Church services preceding the concerts. Receives appointment As state Colo bearer Philip c. Stevens Dies at Home daughter Here Philip c. Stevens 74, West Terre haute r. R. 2, a retired hoisting Engineer for Many years with the Bunsen Coal co. Mine died sunday at the Home his daughter mrs. Ruth Hunter 313 East Oak Street Brazil where he has made his Home for the past six months. He was born at Quincy 111. The family survivors Are four sons and three daughters her Ford Stevens the air forces stationed in California Everett Marne Mich. Burnell Chicago Claude Wabash mrs. Thelma Wolfe Hanna ind. Mrs. Ruth Hunter Brazil and mrs. Waityne Croner Dayton There Are Riso thirteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The body was taken to the Moore funeral Home where friends May Call after noon tuesday and where funeral services will he held at 2 p. M. Wednesday. The Rev. Paul Overpeck Trinity methodist Church Terre haute will officiate and burial will be in cottage Hill cemetery. According to word received today mrs. Ama Rea Hinton Center Point r. R. 1, was appointed As state department Colo bearer to the . Auxiliary at the convention held recently in Terre haute. A member bussing louder Post 1127 auxiliary mrs. Hinton has served As Secretary to the Brazil unit and is holding office Junior vice chairmen in the District. A is it contests will a suit to contest the last will and testament Naomi Kirkling was filed in Clay circuit court today by Don Kirkling against Marie Ward and Mildred Albright executrix the Kirkling estate. Panmunjom Korea up a Gen. Mark Clark proposed today that the communists go ahead and sign a truce even though he could not guarantee Observance by South korean nor recovery 2 7,-000 freed North korean War prisoners. Although he did not specifically say so Clark made it Alear the United nations is prepared to sign a truce with without the approval South korean president syn Man Rhee. Whether Rhee would abandon his opposition to a truce in the face Clark s stand remained to be seen. In a letter delivered to the reds at Panmunjom Clark told the communist High command it was a a impossible a for him to recover anti communist North koreans released at Rhee a orders. The supreme United nations commander also said he was not responsible for Rhee a action in suddenly releasing the prisoners. Clark b Tetter answering demands made june 19 for an explanation the prisoner escape assured North korean Premier Kim ii Sung and commanding Gen. Peng Teh Hual the chinese Peoples volunteers the allies will a make every Effort to obtain the cooperation the government the Republic Korea with the armistice. Clark and president Eisenhower s personal trouble shooter assistant Secretary state Walter Robertson had failed earlier today to Complete a Compromise agreement with Rhee that would enable him to guarantee South to re an Coop Rayon. But Clark to went to the Allied truce Camp at Munsanto hand his reply to u. N. Liaison continued i nge five. . Auxiliary to Honor birthdays members the . Auxiliary to bussing Louderback Post 1127, having a birthday in april May june will be honoured at the meeting scheduled for tuesday evening starting at 7 30 clock in the Post Home. A Short business session w ill is held in conjunction with the Celebration and president Ruth Crabb asks All members to please be present. Foi re Cia it band the four a band will meet tor rehearsal at 8 clock p. Standard time wednesday at the Clay City Park. Naughty Nippon Neptune Southern Japan s flood fatality toll nears 2,000 As Rains remain Van Buren brotherhood after dark Safe Drivers watch out for pedestrians and cyclists. I tuesday evening starting at 8 clock St a regular meeting the Van Buren brotherhood will be held in the Harmony . Church. All members ate asked to be present and visitors Are Welcome. Tokyo up a the flood toll in Southern Japan climbed toward 2,000 today As the Clouds which dumped 15 to 30 inches rain soggy Kyushu Island Over the week end moved southward to menace is Southern coast. Official reports listed 1,918 flood victims late today in the inundated Northern districts the island�?457 dead 815 injured and 646 Mission. Nearly 1,000,000 japanese had been driven from their Homes. No american casualties had been reported but hundreds servicemen and their families narrowly escaped the flood Waters. At least two u. S. Airbases were transformed into islands by the floods but no serious damage to military installations was reported. Gen. Mark w. Clark s Headquarters Here ordered u. S. Forces to offer Quot All possible assistance and Relief to flood sufferers. It. Gen. Paul w. Kendall was assigned to command a disaster Center at Camp Hakata while state minister a Oboku Ono took charge the japanese Relief Effort. Flood Waters sealed the Tunnel linking Kyushu with the main japanese Island Honshu and thick weather sunday hampered air Rescue efforts. U. S. Plane swarmed aloft today to carry Relief supplies to the flood zone. Thirty seven american men women and children were rescued by breeches buoy from the u. S. Armrest hotel at Aso isolated and partially wrecked by a storm induced landslide. A flooded Ravine made it impossible to reach the hotel by any other Means. Trucks and buses moved 4 9 air Force families out a housing area near Ashiya Airfield sunday night less than two hours before the area was flooded by water surging through a broken Dike. Another 400 americans wer stranded at Kokura by rail washouts. U. S. Engineer units put their Road graders at the service japanese repair Crews and ambulances and trucks were standing by to carry in food clothing and medical supplies As soon As the roads Are reopened. Other american troops helped to sandbag weakened levees and worked to strengthen roadbed partially undermined by the flood Waters

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