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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch in the heart of the Lake Region spacemen face More checkups confinement in Small Craft main complaint of Borman Lovell by him Strothman Cape Kennedy a. Apr astronauts Frank Borman and James a. Lovell jr., who sailed far enough during their two weeks in space to make to round trips to the Moon begin three Days of medical checks Here today to determine what physical Rigours space travel has on Man. People who talked with the astronauts said their main complaint of the 14-Day flight was the confinement a they stretch out. They asserted they dreamed a lot during the Mission sources said. And Borman was quoted As saying that Lov i Ell was dreaming a fall the tedious food food on Board the spacecraft a some of it dehydrated a got tedious and somewhat objectionable toward the end of the flight the sources noted. Air Force it. Col. Borman and Navy cmdr. Lovell As Well As gemini 7 astronauts Walter m. Schirra or. And Thomas p. Stafford praised the Titan 2 Booster and gemini spacecraft. All four also remarked How easy it was to see through each others spacecraft windows while they were rendezvous ing High above the Earth wednesday. Schirra was quoted As saying that the gemini 7 capsule a astronauts continued on Page 14 Olal �?�3 9 4765 Mim if of Tho attic lated or the total medium. Serving the Brainerd Trade area Brainerd Minnesota 5640monday, december2o7t9kino Rutur service a a nows service Sunol e copy to cents vol. 92-no. 116 county Levy pips Overall rate hiked state school former governor Andersen not to seek gop office in de Miner Minneapolis apr for Broad Appeal could bring the the county tax Mill rate for Mer gov. Elmer l. Andersen gop Victory in 1966. Crow Wing county has dipped said today he will not seek re Andersen said his decision 4.11 Mills it was announced to publican endorsement for either Means he will not be open to Day by county auditor Einer governor or . Senator. He any draft movement. Anderson hut the Overall Mill called the decision final. This leaves Ramsey county rate in the City of Brainerd has Andersen ousted from office attorney William Randall and gone up. By gov Kar Hoivaag in the 91 South St. Paul lawyer Harold the county Mill rate will be vote recount three years ago Levander As the Only announced 87.22 compared to 91.33. Said he intended to remain a seekers of gop endorsement for Lions sing these members of the Brainerd Lions club Sang Christmas carols while appealing for funds for the salvation army during their competitive hell ring contest with the rotarians saturday. From left to right in the front Row Are m. M. A a red Welshons Joe Dunn Jack Mcdonald and Don Adamson. In the Back Row left to right Are Stan Rasmussen John Arnold Jim Martinson Chuck Widmark. Bill Hendrickson and George Mcdonald. Dispatch photo however in the City of Brainerd the Overall Mill rate will be 271.04 on Homestead non agricultural land compared to 258.56 a Mills last year and 271.14 Mills for non Homestead non agricultural land compared to 267.86 Mills last year. These totals include the Mill rates for the City state county and Brainerd school District. State rate up a big boost was noted in the state Mill rate. The Homestead rate jumped from 6.84 Mills to 18.32 Mills and the re it a Home Tive in the Republican party. Governor. John Mcnulty a min he urged the gop to select Neapolis lawyer could he the in candidates who could Appeal to Dorsee for the . Senate independents and democrats land said that candidates with a three groups now study redistricting Andersen told a morning news conference he had been urged to be a candidate. In a prepared s statement he said a was for 1966, i will not be a i candidate for the Republican endorsement for either governor or . Senator. I ask my friends and supporters to generate no activity in my behalf. Although i will continue Active in the Republican party i simply prefer to devote More time to no Polit i Ica Public service and my own 4 satellites to be sent up same time Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr a triple barrelled air Force Titan 3 is scheduled to kick four separate satellites into an orbit More than 20,000 Miles above the Equator tuesday to Climax one of the most Complex unmanned space missions Ever planned. Riding on the nose of the three legged Booster the nations most powerful rocket now in use will be two experimental communications satellites a satellite which will study activities of the Sun and a fourth satellite for Ham radio operators. Liftoff is scheduled for 9 . Est. The Amateur radio satellite i called Oscar 4, is sort of a poor Many a telstar. Like three other1 Oscar satellites which preceded it Oscar 4 was built by the american radio relay league a group of space engineers whose Hobby is Ham radio Oscar stands for orbiting satellite carrying Amateur radio i Oscar 4 is a Complete radio frequency transmitter capable of simultaneously receiving voice and Telegraph signals at 144 Mega cycles and retransmitting them at 432 Mega cycles. The two communications satellites developed by the Lincoln Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of technology and named Les 3 and Les 4, Are designed to test devices for future military defense communications satellite systems. The Sun studying satellite called ov2-3, will carry 15 experiments the air Force said including various tests of the effect of natural radiation on living tissue. The Mission will be one of the most complicated Ever undertaken lasting some six hours and involving Over 150 events. The four satellites a which make the entire payload weigh 931 pounds a will be placed in space so they hover above the Equator More than 20,000 Miles Over Galapagos Island West of Peru. I Stead rate went from 16.14 i Mills to 18.42. St. Paul two things account for the groups have state boost Anderson said. Int0 ways number one he explained is mate the fact that in the past a tax to a Ament in Minnesota but none candidates at this time apr three personal and private launched studies Andersen 56, said he would to break the stale not make a personal endorse Over legislative reap por ment of any of the announced he said of 9.20 Mills was applied to non Likely t0 come up with any his own decision could change Homestead property for teach answers or tie next coup e of the minds of would be Candi Eros retirement. This year he weeks dates who previously had with went on a tax of 8.73 Mills for the Senate elections commit drawn from the race. That fund is being applied to tee is the latest to begin its prior to his election at gov both Homestead and non Home deliberations. It met saturday a nor in when he Defeated Stead property. At the Capitol and concluded Del Jov Orville f Reeman an the second reason he said is that its Best Avenue of approach Dersen served a term in the the fact that the Mill rate for May be to go Back to its original stale Senate. He was Active in Bill presented during the 1965 support of the Taconite tax to rotarians appeals the rotarians with Aid from some Nen members used a band and Santa Claus to help attract attention to their Appeal for salvation army funds. From left to right Are Bob Erlandson Obert Benson Bill Ribbel Victor Ferguson Bill Thompson by Foss John Stensrud As Santa clasping Purinton Charles mull and Chuck Schmid. Dispatch photo taxes continued on Page fire damage is $3,000 at local tavern fire caused an estimated _ $3,000 in damages to the Little Arl r�lvaa8 is Adamant about Las vegas bar at 9th and front not cubing a special session session of the legislature. Amendment in the House elections commit Andersen tee and the governors bipartisan reapportionment committee began their work last Friday. 1962. Is not without enemies in the gop particularly among the party a conservative elements because of his opposition to presidential nominee Barry Coldwater in the pre elec nobody knows what will come Tion skirmishing last year. Of their separate efforts. As matters now stand gov. Of the legislature until conserva in his statement the sex gov or or urged the party to adopt a a progressive platform As part of a Campaign to win Broad voter shopping ours left Christmas seals fight in and other respiratory diseases salvation army wins Bell ringing Brainerd rotarians and Lions club members Are still wondering who really won their competitive salvation army Bell ringing contest saturday. Captain Warren Yoder of the salvation army says he knows one thing for sure the salvation army definitely comes out on top no matter How the decision is figured. The two groups collected almost $1,000 during their contest on the streets of Brainerd saturday afternoon. The official hours for the contest ran from i to 5 . Armed with a band and a Jolly Santa Claus the rotarians turned in $435.76 at the close of the contest. The Lions who used a group of Christmas Carol singers to counter the band reported in at 5 . With $392. Thus the rotarians were declared the winners. However a Short time later the Lions turned in another Kettle which brought their total to $537.50. Captain Yoder caught in the Middle still declared the rotarians winners because they had turned in their total within the time limit. A we finally decided that neither club really won but that the salvation army was the Winner a capt. Yoder said with a smile. The total collected this year is about double that of last year when the two clubs collected $533. Victim identified Minneapolis apr police have identified the victim of a beating As Fred Burrell 37, Minneapolis. His body was found saturday in a House on the North Side no arrests have been made. White House caught in dispute on peace talk by John m. Hightower Washington apr the Johnson administration found itself caught up today in a Stormy dispute Over its publication of correspondence reporting and probing a conditional peace offer from communist North Viet Nam. The storm overshadowed the Wilkins named to state office Birney Wilkins a member of the Brainerd school Board has been elected president of the newly formed Minnesota association of area vocational technical schools inc. Named As a member of the Board of directors of the new organization was Duane Lund Staples High school superintendent. Wilkins a Brainerd area Farmer is also Secretary of the Crow Wing county fair Board and a member of the state fair Board. The new organization according to members is designed to promote sound vocational technical programs for the majority of High school graduates who done to go on to College interpret contemporary philosophy of vocational technical education to citizens of Minnesota act As a coordinating Agency on ideas plans and future growth of vocational technical education and to act As a unified voice for the 24 area vocational technical schools which have been established in the state. Other members of the Board of directors Are Larry Santel Man Winona mrs. Ruth Hatchett. Moorhead Verne Maack Alexandria Brank Young Duluth ted Tofte Wadena Mike Cullen Willmar and James Wakefield St. Cloud. Central question whether Hanoi noon after the St. Louis Post had in fact made an authentic i dispatch reported that a new approach for a settlement on its i peace offer from Hanoi had own terms and might yet re been rejected by the United Spond to a . Request for Clar states. If cation of conditions in it. President Johnson could try to sabotage charged Early this morning. ,., firemen confined the fire Toi Lve Laders of the legislature the rear storeroom area but the a8ree t0 guidelines for a spares of the building sustained cd a session smoke damage according to the conservatives wont fire chief Ray Shortridge. Agree because they say the Shortridge said that the fire governor is trying to dictate the had apparently been smoulder terms and it is the Legislatures ing for some time and then business to redistrict not the erupted. Flames were coming governors out the rear of the building when the third party in the hassle firemen arrived. Is a group of suburban Minne Only one to two inches were re the alarm was turned in at Apolis officials who have gone ported from communities in this 5 40 . And by 6 of clock fire to the courts and want Federal Region. Men had the Blaze under con court to do the Job of reap por Brainerd had two inches of tool. Boning the states legislative Snow on sunday which Meas Shortridge said that the flames districts. Jures to of an Inch of prec pita burned through the roof and thus the Senate elections commit Tion. Snow flurries in the Crosby snowfall Light in this area a weekend snowfall which blanketed a Good Section of the Eastern part of the nation dealt More kindly with the Brainerd lakes area. Accumulations ofor. Giorgio la Pira former i the fire vented itself. This he tee took no action saturday but area and at Staples and Pine revive the roundabout peace Mayo of Florence and a left s said helped keep the Blaze from majority Leader John Zwach River were also reported with Exchange with president to Chi Wing Christian Democrat one of advancing toward the main bar said after the meeting was Over Over All accumulations of one to the principal intermediaries in area. That he believes his committee two inches at those locales. Minh of North Viet Nam by sending some kind of new message in How a direction hut administration officials said today that there had been no decision on any new . Action. The secrecy covers were torn from the incident last Friday after the affair virtually accused by 7 . The firemen had May wind up drafting a Bill Sim Secretary of state Dean Rusk of finished All mop up details and Ilar to the one it approved in sabotaging what la Pira took to were Back at the station. The last session. This Bill was be a hopeful Exchange on peace. Shortridge said that he has not changed before the House a unite uni ice yet determined the cause of the White House Haze hubs so investigations redistricting continued on Page to continued on Page to weather Minnesota Cloudy East variable cloudiness West through tuesday with occasional Light Snow Northeast Early tonight and Over North tuesday Little temperature change Low tonight 8-18 extreme North 18-28 Central and South High tuesday 15-25 extreme North 25-35 Southeast 33-43 Southwest. Checks damage Ray Shortridge Brainerd tire Chiel looks Over the damage caused by a fire to the rear storeroom it the Little Las vegas tavern this morning. Shortridge estimated damage at $3,000. Dispatch photo local weather maximum and minimum for 24 hours preceding 7 a. In today at Walter f. Wieland Field maximum .21 minimum .18 7 a. In. Today.18 non today. .23 year ago today maximum .12 minimum. 3 five Day forecast Minnesota temperature tuesday through saturday will average 10-15 degrees ahoy Normal High of 17-24 North and 23-30 South and Normal Low of i below to 4 above in North and 5-12 above in South. Warming trend Early in period then continuing mild. Precipitation will average one or two tenths Inch melted with heaviest Snow in North com ing about mid week and near end of the week. A in

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