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Brazil Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Brazil, Indiana
Monday december5,1977 times Brazil ind. A Jdee cd amp by Kenneth r. Clark United press International Home is the Sailor. The Long voyage is Over for a 54-year-old australian grandmother who set off for England 2mi years ago and wound up sailing alone around the . Anne Gash piloted her 27-foot yacht Limo into Sydney Harbor sunday amid a welcoming flotilla of Small Craft. She refused to Tell her family where she was going when she set off for England because she was afraid they would talk her out of her Globe girdling trip. Says she a i just did no to have enough Money to get to England in a conventional Way so i decided to try lady Rosalynn Carter will accept the tree thursday. Big Apple paranoia Singer Julie Budd has changed her Manhattan address and she a keeping the new one stamped top secret. For years she lived on the City a West Side but a burglar broke in stole several thousand dollars and wrecked what valuables he carry away. Then the scary mail started coming a including death threats. She a relocated on the East Side but Shell be out of town for a while anyway. She opens next month at studio one in los Angeles. Yuletide trucker Edward Humbert and his wife Myrna have drawn a presidential Mission. They re delivering the 700-Pound, 24-foot Noble fir that will serve this year As the White House Christmas tree a hauling it aboard a 45-foot refrigerated trailer from Olympia Wash. The Denver couple will Cross 11 states on their 2,760-mile trip to Washington . First glimpses Alex Haley author of a roots a received the anti defamation leagues a Torch of Liberty award sunday in los Angeles for his a great contribution to world literature. Jimmy Durante was rushed to Urcla medical Center in los Angeles Friday choking on a piece of food which doctors removed from the 84-year-old comedians Throat. Lucie Arnaz is on the mend with severe winners picked finished ceramics Christmas gifts and decorations can be seen a mile North of . 40 on the Knightsville Road or at Vik s Market at 421 w. Logan St., Brazil ceramics by Larue Blue ribbon daily of 1977 Marion chronicle Tribune Blue ribbon weekly of 1977 the Corydon Democrat Best front Page division 1 All weeklies 1. The Tell City news 2. The Corydon Democrat 3. The Plainfield messenger. Division 2 dailies 14,000 and under 1. The Auburn evening Star 2. Wabash Plain dealer 3. Greencastle Banner graphic honorable mention the Shelbyville news the Frankfort times the Portland commercial review the Dubois county Herald Jasper. Division 3 dailies Over 14,000 1. The Evansville press 2. Marlon chronicle Tribune 3. Anderson Dally bulletin honorable mention the Indianapolis news the fort Wayne journal Gazette Lafayette journal and courier. Best editorial Page division 1 1. North Vernon Plain dealer 2. The Dunkirk news and Sun 3. The Corydon Democrat honorable mention the Dearborn county Register Lawrenceburg. Division 2 1. Wabash Plain dealer 2. Franklin daily journal 3. Rensselaer Republican. Division 3 1. The fort Wayne journal Gazette 2. Marion chronicle Tribune 3. Lafayette journal and courier honorable mention the Muncie Star. Best new Story under press of deadline division 1 1. Cannelton news now merged with Tell City into the news no second or third. Division 2 1. Rensselaer Republican o Ryan Rickard Garth Snow Janet Mauck 2. The Brazil times Linda Smith Rob Allen 3. The Portland commercial review honorable mention the Elwood Call Leader Peggy crimans Franklin daily journal Sally King the Lebanon reporter Rod Rose Wabash Plain dealer. Division 3 1. The Indianapolis Star 2. The Indianapolis news 3. The Evansville sunday courier and press Fred m. Brown honorable mention the Muncie Star Ron Coppock John Crozier the Indianapolis news David Rohn Marion chronicle Tribune Best new Story with no deadline Factor division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Mary Ann Sebrey 2. The Corydon Democrat h. Bruce Walker Randy West 3. The Corydon Democrat Mary Ann Sebrey honorable mention the Tell City news Danny Bolin North Vernon Plain dealer Lilian Carmer Fred a Market East National ave. Brazil in we accept .d.a. Food Stamps Quot the Little store with big values Quot All purpose White potatoes 20. 89�?T of Eckrich Smoky links Ijjas save 30 too Quot a 1 # w t limit # # pkg. Golden Ripe bananas 7 amp $ Joo or 15 la. Mcintosh i apples 149 coca cola sprite 8�? 16 of. Bottles qq4 %0 j plus Dep. Fine selection Xmas Trees 1 roping wreaths Flower baskets nuts Candy fruit baskets Mode to order lowest prices in town onions 3 &39 with Coupon Good thru . 10 jumbo English walnuts 89 a Reg. Price $1.09 with Coupon Good thru . 10 the Aurora journal press Stewart Hedger. Division 2 1. Rensselaer Republican Garth Snow o Ryan Rickard 2. The Brazil times Rob Allen 3. The Frankfort times Michael Bose. Division 3 1. Richmond palladium item Richard Holden 2. Gary Post Tribune Bob Mcclure 3rd place tie the Evansville press Fred Sievers the Indianapolis Star honorable mention the Indianapolis news Art Harris Gerry Lafollette the Indianapolis Star Philip j. Trounstine. Distinguished editorial writing division 1 1. Stueben Republican Don r. Bucknam 2. The Dearborn county Register Lawrenceburg Gene Mccann 3. The Corydon Democrat h. O. Jones. Division 2 1. The Portland commercial review Jack Ronald 2. The Frankfort times Michael Bose 3. The Noblesville daily Ledger Jim Neal. Division 3 1. The fort Wayne journal Gazette Larry Hayes 2. The fort Wayne journal Gazette Lou Wein 3. The Bloomington Herald Telephone Bill Schrader honorable mention the Indianapolis news Teryl Zarnow. Best women s or family Section division 1 1. Alexandria times Tribune Theresa Barrett 2. The Dearborn county Register Lawrenceburg Jeanne Jahnigen 3. The Tell City news. Division 2 1. The Winchester news Gazette 2. The Brazil times Linda Smith 3. It. Vernon Democrat Elaine Harp. Division 3 1. Lafayette journal and courier Tom Grein 2. The Evansville sunday courier and press 3. The Bloomington Herald Telephone. Nell Olsson. Best feature Story division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Randy West 2. The Dearborn county Register Lawrence Burg Jeanne Jahnigen 3. The Aurora journal press Kur Lohide. Division 2 1. Laporte Herald Argus Kathie Smith 2. The Shelbyville news Mike Smith 3. Wabash Plain dealer Mary Collins honorable mention the Winchester news Gazette Eric Rodenberg r. Alan Rice the Shelbyville news. Stan Koester Wabash Plain dealer Earleen Ulery mount Vernon Democrat Dav Schreiber. Division 3 1. Lafayette journal and courier Sherry Brown 2. The Indianapolis Star Philip j. Trounstine 3. Marion chronicle Tribune Alan Miller. Best sports Section division 1 1. The Tell City news Nick Schneider 2. The Corydon Democrat h. O. Jones 3. The Plainfield messenger. Division 2 1. The Dubois county Herald Jasper 2. Peru Tribune 3. Wabash Plain dealer. Division 3 1. The Bloomington Herald Telephone Bob Hammel 2. Marion chronicle Tribune a 3. The Evansville sunday courier and press. Best sports reporting division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat h. O. Jones 2. The Pendleton times Jerry Brewer 3. Greentown news James Bannon. Division 2 1. The Shelbyville news Mike Smith 2. The Frankfort times Frank Gray 3. The new Castle courier times Rick Smith. Division 3 1. The Indianapolis Star Bob Collins 2. The Evansville press Al Dunning 3. The Evansville sunday courier and press Mike Fields. Best column division 1 1. Alexandria times Tribune Curt Ellis 2. The Dearborn county Register Lawrenceburg Gene Mccann 3. Poll Republican Brenda Cornwell. Division 2 1. Franklin daily journal Robert Reed 2. The Noblesville daily Ledger Ray Streib 3. Vincennes Sun commercial Addie Mckei fresh. Division 3 1. The Indianapolis Star Bob Collins 2. The Evansville press William w. Sorrels 3. South Bend Tribune Evelyn Larson. Distinguished Community service division 1 1. The Tell City news Nick Schneider Max Heath 2. The Corydon Democrat h. O. Jones h. Bruce Walker Randy West 3. The Tell City news Nick Schneider honorable mention the Dearborn county Register Lawrenceburg Gene Mccann the Brown county Democrat Nashville. Division 2 1. The Frankfort times Frank Gray 2. Tipton Tribune Jennifer Brown 3. The Brazil times James dressier Linda Smith Rob Allen. Division 3 1. Lafayette journal and courier 2. Gary Post Tribune Bob Mcclure 3rd-place tie the Evansville press Roberta Heiman the Indianapolis Star Byron c. Wells honorable mention the Evansville sunday courier and press. Best news photo division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Randy West 2. The Tell City news Danny Bolin 3. Nap Panee Advance news Dale Tobias. Division 2 1. The Noblesville daily Ledger Ray Streib 2. Goshen news de Suba 3. Goshen news de Suba honorable mention Wabash Plain dealer Harold Chatlosh. Division 3 1. The Indianapolis news Joe Young 2. The Indianapolis news Jim Young 3. Gary Post Tribune Chuck Dillard honorable mention the fort Wayne news Sentinel Argil Shock the Indianapolis news Joe Young the Evansville sunday courier and press Robert Burke. Best sports photo division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Randy West 2. The Bremen enquirer Steve Prince 3. The Corydon Democrat Mike Bowman two additional photos of West s and one of Bowman s received honorable mention division 2 1. The Shelbyville news Tom Egan 2. The new Castle courier times Ernie Klotsch 3. The Plymouth Pilot news Paul Rakestraw honorable mention the Elwood Call Leader Kyle Gray Tipton Tribune Kyle Gray. Division 3 1. The Bloomington Herald Telephone Larry Crewell 2. The Evansville sunday courier and press Randy Dieter 3. South Bend Tribune Joseph Raymond honorable mention Marion chronicle Tribune de Breen the Michigan City news dispatch Steve Peterka the Bloomington Herald Telephone Phil Whitlow the Bloomington Herald Telephone Larry Crewell. Best feature photo division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Randy West 2. Nappanee Advance news Dale Tobias 3. The Tell City news Danny Bolin. Division 2 1. The Plymouth Pilot news Paul Rakestraw 2. The Shelbyville news Tom Egan 3. The Plymouth Pilot news. Paul Rakestraw. Division 3 1. The Anderson Herald Greg w. White 2. Richmond palladium item Tom Strickland 3. The fort Wayne journal Gazette John Sorenson. Best photo essay division 1 1. The Corydon Democrat Randy West 2. Alexandria times Tribune Theresa Barrett no third. Division 2 1. The Dubois county Herald Jasper Bill Bishop Robin Walston John Rumbach 2. The Lebanon reporter Rod Rose 3. The Shelbyville news Tom Egan honorable mention Laporte Herald Argus Kevin Swank. Division 3 1. The fort Wayne news Sentinel Greg Dorsett 2. Lafayette journal and courier Julie Oesterle 3. The fort Wayne news Sentinel John d. Stearns honorable mention the fort Wayne news Sentinel Scott Goldsmith the fort Wayne news Sentinel Greg Dorsett Gary Post Tribune Robin Nelson. Entries in this category were not returned in time for inclusion in this contest edition. Watch for them in the january Indiana publisher. Badge saves life Cleveland up a police badge 664 is credited with saving the life of its owner patrolman Mark Lynch during a shootout this weekend. Lynch 28, was shot in the thigh and the left Side of the Chest when he and his partner patrolman Bruce Handke went to an apartment saturday night to investigate a shooting report. Police said the officers got into a gunfight with Harry weeks 51, of Cleveland. The shot that struck Lynch in the Chest ricocheted off his badge leaving him with Only a Bruise officials said. Weeks also wounded and Lynch were in satisfactory condition at St. Vincent Charity Hospital. Of All the dome trucks registered in the fast 10 tears. 96 oct of 100 Are still on the Job thatus better than Chevy. That a better than Flord. Dodge trucks have acquired quite a reputation Over the years. A reputation for being Tough and dependable. And the figures prove it. All but four out of one Hundred Dodge trucks registered in the last ten years Are still on the Job. And that a Good enough to beat both Chevy and Ford. But toughness and dependability Arentt enough. Not for us. Not for you. So we re Busy building a 237 /. Increase from 1966 to 1976 reputation for Comfort and style too. To make sure you not Only get where you re going mile after mile and year after year. But that you look and feel Good while you re doing it. No wonder that from 1966 to 1976 we re the fastest growing truck company in America source registration figures r. L. Polk amp company. Trucks registered As of 7/1/76. It tastes growing truck company Inamerl a Hughes Chrysler Plymouth or 59 South at Billville 443-4151
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