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 - and David, grandparents, Spencer, Sr., Leonard...
and David, grandparents, Spencer, Sr., Leonard Kays, and the great- Mrs. William employed as truck in Hunt» page 16) Opens Ville Week" at Square got displays from wer« to form tbm Industrial exhibit was put first group of to servs operate a booth Centenn^ items posters, etc» mall yester* the week-long Centennial shopping center. persons from expected to of the Jasper treated to a kind of exhibits they can to Jasper more than 100 volunteered promotion, others from plans to join Page 16) Put Auto Jasper Volunteer were called Street around when they received a car was on of the above to start his The Mode.riu Roy Brace, 65, Kiiied Saturday In Farm Accident Roy S. Brace, 65, of R. 1, H<d- land, lost his lif^ Saturday in a farm accident. He was pulled into the machinery of a hay baler wliich he was operating alone on his farm about seven miles east of Huntingburg. Mr. Brace left the house for the liay field around 11 a«m. His son, Dennis of Evansville, who had gone to the farm to help his father with the work over the weekend, talked to him before ttie father left for the field. When Mr. Brace had f^dled to return by 12:15 for lunch, the son went to the field, where he found the father's lifeless body caught in the baler, a machine of the type that makes round bales. The county coroner. Dr. C. W. Ackerman of Jasper, said investigation showed that when the ma- cliine failed to tie the bales properly, Mr. Brace put the tractor into neutral without turning off the power takeoff and was trying to repair tlie malfunction when his hands (Continued on Page 16)

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  1. The Herald,
  2. 27 Jun 1966, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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