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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Brazil, Indiana A consolidation of the Brazil daily times established in 1888 the Brazil daily news established in 1889 the Brazil daily times weather fair through sunday. Partly Cloudy monday. High sunday in the 80s. Volume 78 number 132brazil, Indiana saturday May 28, 1%6 seven cents. Gemini 9 set to Blastoff wednesday cafe Kennedy up a astronauts Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan their eagerness whetted by postponement were scheduled for final major physical examinations today for their gemini 9 Blastoff now set Back until wednesday. Or. Duane Patterson flight surgeon for the Federal space Agency planned to give the pilots for the three Day rendezvous and spacewalk Mission a Stewart to be returned to face charges Marion ind. Up a Glenn Everett Stewart 30, will be returned Here sunday to face first degree murder charges along with mrs. Edith Schmidt. 27, in the dismemberment slaying of the woman a husband Larry Schmidt 30. Stewart Friday Wavied extradition to Indiana from Ark Edelphia ark., and was to be returned to Marion by Marion assistant chief of police Richard m. Harrigan and sgt. Richard Griner. They had gone to Arkansas to question Stewart. The officers said they also planned to bring Back a Hatchet and Hacksaw found near the site of stewarts capture tuesday. Both Stewart and mrs. Schmidt were indicted Friday by a Gran county grand , gemini for the mutilation death of Schmidt in the basement of his Marion Home. Governor Branigin later Friday signed extradition papers which wont be needed now. Authorities in Arkansas said Stewart has a wife and three children. They said the family had been in Arkadelphia during his confinement but would not make the trip to Indiana. Schmidt a body was found last sunday but Grant county Coroner Russell Lavengood said Schmidt died May 8. Authorities said both mrs. Schmidt and Stewart denied the slaying and blamed it on the other. Stewart was being held at Arkadelphia while mrs. Schmidt was held at the Grant county jail Here. She claimed Stewart kidnapped her and her two children but they managed to escape weeks later after a trip through four states. Mrs. Schmidt was hospitalized for a checkup briefly thursday. Her court appointed attorney said she had suffered a nervous breakdown. Grant county prosecutor Robert Foust presented the extradition papers to the Gover Conti nixed on Page two 90-minute going Over starting at 9 30 ., Edt. A series of pre countdown preparations were scheduled at launch pad 19 where the Titan 2 Booster and its gemini 9 payload were poised and a final review of the status of the most advanced . Space undertaking was also on the morning schedule. In another part of the spaceport an Atlas Centaur rocket combination was being readied for planned launching at 10 40 ., Edt monday of an unmanned 2,491-Pound Surveyor spacecraft. The Surveyor is supposed to make an intact Landing on the Moon about 63 hours after it takes off and Send Back a television report on the lunar surface. The head of the Surveyor program Benjamin Milwitzky said Friday the soft Landing of the Complex spacecraft on the Moon May be the most difficult space feat Ever undertaken by anyone including the soviets who achieved a soft Landing in february. He said he believes Surveyor is a much More advanced space machine than the russian Luna 9. A i personally think it would be a very extraordinary thing if j i. A a it went All the wave Milwitzky the Neva physical therapy de will be a great service to the i conceded. A but we re going t�?~0 apartment opened this past week Jared and crippled people of this try to go All the therapy aids mrs. Norma Childs is pictured above in the Large Whirlpool Bath now in use at the Clay county Hospital. The Bath is a part of the physical therapy department at the local Hospital and was donated to the department by the Delta Theta Tau sorority of Brazil. Pictured with mrs. Childs Are left to right Mary Wells trained technician or. Rahim Farid chief of staff at the Hospital and mrs. Madge Scobell Hospital administrator. Other pictures Are found on Page 2 of today a daily times. New physical therapy department opens at Clay county Hospital r no one Hurt in local Accident no one was injured in a two car Accident at 10 40 . Friday on . 40 at Meridian st. In Brazil. According to reports a car South vietnamese police smash new demonstrations stale Highway budget increased for interstate construction Indianapolis up a the the current budget is for $214 Indiana state Highway commis million. Sion with emphasis on a Speed the new budget which stilled up interstate construction must passed by governor program. Friday approved an $165,592,900 in annual budget $68 million above b the current one Federal funds for $117,018,265 in the budget Calls for expend state Money itunes of $282,611,165 for the Martin haves executive i fiscal year beginning july 1. Forecast for Holiday Good for hoosiers at the Clay county Hospital a area. Driven by w Gilman it if nothing else holds them up. ,n8 to an announcement f Hystead therapy is one of the a Brazil was pulling command Pilot Stafford. 35. And a mrs mad8e scobel1 Pat ent a Emce. Prided by a of Akong lace alld was space Walker Cernan 32, will a j,3 01 ,_ Vallely medical Caie Caoili struck a a car driven by Joseph soar aloft aboard gemini 9 at i. With All new equipment and a ties and programs in response a Cristoforo 20 scotch Plains. . Both cars were headed to Chase Down for a series of trained staff the new depart to a wide Range of medical care ment is expected to Aid the hos needs of in patients and outta Pital in gaining accreditation and tents of All Ages. ------1 members of Delta Theta Tau rendezvous and lineups a target vehicle called at Day for augmented target Docking adapter. 9 was originally scheduled for launch May 17. However an Atlas Booster launched while Stafford and Cernan waited in their capsule plunged into the Ocean carrying with it the $10 million Agena vehicle it was assigned to put into orbit As gemini 9�?Ts target. Stafford and Cernan a Mission was rescheduled for next tuesday but the space Agency decided Friday to postpone it 24 hours in order to give technicians readying a replacement Atlas plenty of time to go through additional checkout procedures ordered after the failure. The Atlas is scheduled for launching at 11 ., Edt wednesday Wath the $550,000. 13-foot Aida Riding on its nose. In students hurl rocks at Stahr Home Bloomington ind. Up Indiana University students hurled rocks at the Home of or. Elvis Stahr president of the school during a three hour frolic which followed a panty raid by Only 24 hours. Of Brazil have seen the needs and Are increasingly aware of i the value of physical service to the patients and their comm i nity. Physicians Are prescribe j ing physical therapy for More j patients. Patients with cerebral vascular accidents cardiac problems diabetic amputations arthritis Low Back disorders neurological diseases congenital anomalies and accidents of All types including severe Burns for example fill a major part of Many physical therapy schedules. Conservative estimates Are that no less than 10 per cent of acute two persons w Ere injured and general Hospital in patient and required stitches to suture 20 per cent of of patients could w funds suffered in trying to Benefit from physical therapy. East on 40. Minor damage resulted to both cars. Rector of the Highway commission said there is a backlog of Federal funds available to Indiana for interstate roads and the state has three years to make use of them by Matching the Federal Money. Hayes said the new budget includes $120 million in Federal funds and $40 million in state Money for formal construction contracts $37 million Federal and $7 8 million state for right of Way Purchase and $8.2 million Federal and $2 million state receives medal Madrid up �?. Gen. Delmar e. Wilson chief of the 16th air Force received the distinguished service medal Friday for his services in recovering the four a bombs lost in Southern Spain in january. The bombs were lost following the Jan. 17 crash of a b52 nuclear bomber in the Palomares area of Spain. One of the bombs took three months to recover. Rural Brazil child killed in traffic Accident in Vigo county a 10-year-old Rural Brazil girl was killed Friday afternoon in a traffic Accident in Vigo county. The fatality came on the eve of the Long memorial Day weekend As authorities began an All out Effort to curb the predicted 17 Indiana traffic deaths for the 78-hour period. Little Linda Colleen layer died of a broken neck when the family car left the gravel covered Poplar Street Road rammed a Concrete Culvert and overturned five Miles East of Terre haute near the Vigo Clay county line. The girls Mother mrs. Betty j. Layer r. R. 2, Brazil who was Driver of the Auto and her two sons Danny age 6, and Mark age 9, were reported in serious condition Friday evening at st. Anthony Hospital. The Accident which took the life of Lynda came at 2 15 As the Mother drove her children Home from a school Outing. Lynda was a fifth Grade student at hold Down the demonstration attributed to rumours circulating Campus that the instigator of thursday nights panty raid had been expelled from school. Objectives 1 to prevent or minimize residual physical disabilities 2 to return individuals to optimum living within their Cap Robert Dillon a Campus Sec j abilities Unity officer and a Counselor 3 to accelerate co Vales were hit on the head by rocks Cence an reduce the length of tossed during a scuffle Over the Hospital stay detention of a youth tor throw j carefully developed thera Peu ring firecrackers. Exercise programs muscle the demonstration began evaluation and re education and about 1 15 . Est when Hun gait and functional training Are dress of male students marched am0ng the Means used by the around the Campus screaming j physical therapist to guide the we want panties. At the patient in a program to prevent height of the March an Esti disability and to encourage pro Dugger school. Friday was the last Day of classes for the year. Mrs. Layer told state troopers she blacked out and left the Road. Marks along the Road indicated the car left the Road about 150 feet ahead of the abutment. Police said the Force of the Impact uprooted the Concrete railing. Mrs. Layer was pinned in the car. The 32-year-old Mother was in intensive care suffering from a possible concussion a fractured left knee and right and Shock. Danny suffered Chest injuries. Mark had lacerations of the right Elbow and left leg. Both were being treated in the paediatrics Ward. Arrangements for the layer child Are pending at the Callao Han funeral Home in Terre haute. In addition to the Mother and two Brothers survivors include the grandparents or. And mrs. Floyd layer Terre haute and or. And mrs. Ernest fagg r. R. 2, Brazil mated 2,000 students were participating. When the firecracker thrower was taken in custody by Campus police he shouted to the others a Are you going to let them take me a the crowd yelled a a not and battered a police car with fists and punctured the tires. The youth broke away but meanwhile part of the crowd headed for Stahls Home. After the Rock hurling the students went to a Campus Fountain and. One youth disrobed and leaped 1 i allow Lirigis into the water. Gress toward whatever degree of normality and or functional Independence May be with the patients capabilities. The physical therapy services medical guidance will be under the supervision of or. Rahim Farid chef of staff. Hugh deacons a registered physical therapist and mrs. Mary Wells a trained technician will be in charge of the department. Astronauts get final checkup for pending flight Cape Kennedy up a astronauts Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan their eagerness whetted by postponement got final major medical checks today for their gemini 9 Blastoff now set Back until wednesday. Or. Duane Catterson astronaut flight surgeon gave the pilots for the three Day rendezvous and spacewalk flight a 90-minute going Over Starling at 9 30 Edt. The physical was a repeat of one the astronauts received before their first launch try May 17. Painted on North Washington Street the Brazil police department announced recently that the new parking ordinance will be enforced on North Washington st. Near the Corner of National ave. The location in question is on the East Side of the Sinclair service station where the Street and sidewalk Are not separated by a curb. A yellow line has been painted where the curb should be and motorists will not be allowed to Park on the Street Side of the yellow line nor will they be allowed to Park on the sidewalk. Several tickets have been issued and the ordinance passed by the City Council will be strictly enforced. Picnic concert set for sunday at Forest Park the band parents Are again sponsoring the annual band parents picnic in the Park on sunday May 29. At 6 . The music club will furnish the drinks pop and Coffee and the rest of the meal will be there will be a Short business meeting followed by a combined concert of the Brazil Junior and senior High school bands under the direction of Philip Zent. The Junior band will play four winds overture Dillon. Marche Militare Schubert. Carnival for trombones Kin Yon. An american overture Darcy. Car beguine Schaefer. The senior bands program will feature four seniors who will conduct the band. The seniors conducting will be Rick Swearingen Bill Mcdonald. Jim Riss Ler and Jim Hoffman. The senior bands program is As follows Thunder rest Osterling. First suite in a Flat for military band Holst. Worlds fair March Antonni. Fugue in swing stauffer. Brighton Beach Latham. Selections from fair lady a Loewe. This opening concert of the summer series will Start at 6 . And will conclude the evenings activities. All parents Are urged to attend. By United press International those showers and thundershowers the Weatherman seemed so sure would fall on parts of for consulting engineers. Indiana late Friday failed top in budget also includes por materialize and hoosiers eae1 tons which Are solely state funded the memorial Day weekend supported such As $32.7 million today with no dampness to mat Jor personnel $2.6 million for their outings. Other personnel services $9 Mil there was a 20 per cent j Don for contracted services Chance of Brief showers this of $10.2 million for materials parts ter noon or evening in the South and supplies $5 million for Ern third of the state but other equipment $5 million for land than that the Outlook for the in and structures and $2.3 million tire Holiday period through Mon for Grants and awards. Day was Bright. Action was delayed until the fair to partly Cloudy con it it june 30 meeting on $4.5 million tons were expected through woth of traffic signals Chan monday from Lake Michigan to Neil nations lights and signs As the Ohio River with Tempe a j paid 0f a major Highway safety Tures a Little below seasonal normals. Highs Friday ranged from 83 at fort Wayne and Evansville to 87 at Lafayette and Indianapolis. Overnight lows this morning ranged from a Chilly 49 at South Bend to a warm 61 at Indianapolis. Highs today will Range from the upper 60s to the upper 70s. Improvement program. Such annual safety programs Are required by the Bureau of roads As a condition for eligibility for Federal funds. Other action Friday by the commission included a authorized an automatic Flasher signal at the Neva York Central Railroad crossing on ind. 1 Jac 1 at Elnora to Cost $12,000 on lows tonight from the mid 40s, 1 1 cd a c. which 90 per cent Wou d be fed to the Low 50s, and highs Sun v Day from the Low 60s to about 70 the Outlook for monday was fair with cooler than Normal temperatures. The weather Bureau issued a Saigon up a South Viet namese riot police today smashed another anti government demonstration called by dissident buddhists despite government threats to use sickness inducing gases against them. The demonstrators got Only five blocks from the Yien Hoa Dao Pagoda their starting Point before police moved in firing tear Gas. They did not use the other gasses. Less than 1.000 monks and youths took part in the demonstration Many less than participated in a March Friday night which South vietnamese rangers and marines broke up by firing tracer bullets Over the Heads of the mob. The marches dispersed As soon As the police moved in on them. A few threw rocks at the police and several monks tried to regroup the Young demonstrators. Up correspondent Leon Daniel said that about 20 minutes after the demonstration began it had dwindled to less than two dozen persons. The monks tried to Lead the marchers Down another Street away from the police but they would not follow. A finally the March had collapsed to one Monk and one Little boy carrying a Banner. With three newsman marching alongside a Daniel reported a several people alongside the Street laughed. One Buddhist boy scout who had been carrying a Flag Hung it Over his shoulder and carried it like a baseball Buddhist leaders pledged they would hold More demonstrations perhaps again sunday to keep prime minister Nguyen Cao by s troops tied up with Security duties until he la overthrown. Eral funds. A approved construction of portable exhibits to be used at the Indiana state fair and prior to hearings on Road projects to Cost $4,500. Special note this Mornine on the i signed consulting contracts special note tits Mot Ning on the 1 or # Section of g s 41 of prospects for weather conditions at the Start of the 500-mile race at the Indianapolis motor Speedway monday a Clear skies Light and variable winds and temperatures in the upper 60s,�?� the Outlook said. The Early morning Indiana just North of ind. 352 to the South end of the proposed . 52 interchange and for landscaping of 73 Miles of interstate 74 from interstate 465 Vest to the Illinois Border a accept a gift of a rest Park 11 la Ca a a i on . 231-lnd. 45, four Miles weather synopsis said a cold i re a. N. 1 j 1 North of Jasper the 1.25 acres front was located through ten. D.4, a was Given by the Buchta family tra Indiana Early today. Amp j vow Post to hold memorial Day services monday bussing and Louderback veterans of foreign wars Post no. 1127 and auxiliary will conduct memorial services monday May 30. At 11 The services will be held at the old Hill cemetery. All members Are to meet at the Post at 10 The Jackson township band will provide special music and Rev. Edward Randall will deliver the message. Today s chuckle every Road to Success provides Many tempting parking places. A some cloudiness is associated with this front Blit Little if any rain has occurred with its passage a the synopsis said. A this front is expected to Drift slowly southward today to extreme Southern Indiana this evening. Partly Cloudy skies and cooler temperatures will occur to the North of this front today and Little change is anticipated to the South. A some showers May develop along the front this afternoon and evening but with Low probability of occur Ance expected. Mostly fair skies should continue to dominate the Indiana weather picture As a High pressure Ridge builds Over the Western great lakes Region. A this weather condition should last through memorial Day continuing a Beautiful daily times will not publish on memorial Day the Brazil daily times will not be published on monday in Observance of memorial Day. Publication will resume on tuesday As usual. All Banks governmental and most retail stores will be closed on monday. Several Church services honouring those who have died in defense of this country Are planned in the Brazil area. Who at first requested it be named the Robert j. Buchta memorial Park. However when Highway officials pointed out that similar projects must come from the legislature the deed continued on Page two woman killed in mishap at Putnamville a san Diego. Cali woman was killed in a three vehicle Accident on . 40, West of Putnamville. According to reports mrs. Jeanne Jones 46. Was killed when the Hood of a car driven by Charles Tragler. 85, Akron Ohio came Loose As he was passing a vehicle. Tragler a car went out of control and struck a Semi truck driven by Omar Johnson 49, Davenport Iowa. Police said Johnson a vehicle then hit the Jones pickup truck. The Accident took place in Putnam county near the Indiana state police Post and the Indiana state farm. The woman was taken to the Putnam county Hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. Other details of the Accident were not known. Minor injuries reported in county wreck two persons were examined and released from the Clay county Hospital following an Accident on . 40, two Miles East of Brazil at 9 50 . Friday. According to sheriffs reports a car driven by Roy Frazier 68, . 3. Brazil was turning into his driveway and was struck from the rear by a pickup truck driven by Curtis Albright jr., 54, Harmony. About $800 damage was reported to the Frazier car and about $300 reported to the Albright truck. Frazier and a passenger. Florence Bennett Harmony received Back and neck injuries and were examined at the Hospital. The investigation is being continued by the sheriffs department. Woman with artificial heart is improving new York to Pic mis. Louise Ceraso who 11 Days ago had a mechanical ventricle implanted in her heart today had the Hopes of Hospital officials that she is progressing toward recovery. Spokesman at Maimonides Hospital said the 63-year-old Brooklyn woman a appears to have overcome the postoperative crisis and we now have reason to Hope she is on a Long slow Road to but the Hospital noted that mrs. Ceraso while a cheerful and communicative a still has Many difficulties to overcome a before we can say confidently that she will walk out of the Hospital and the operation can be pronounced a mrs. Ceraso has lived longer than any of the four other heart patients who have had artificial Booster device implanted

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