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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch the total medium serving the Brainerd Trade area9 in the heart of the Lake Region dint i 4/m my a by of of Tho aug Clatos Pratt Brainerd Minnesota 56401 monday Decem Bop a i Kino pm turn it Vic a no Newt str Voct nol b copy cents vol. 92-no. 121 Humphrey jail on trip Toymil Kin far East m0ng Man i la 1 i Walii ii a in i ill 1 Mimmott Mem Tam m a Quot my i Iii i Lii Iii Vitili j a a a Iii not enough ice most Brainerd residents would agree that there already is enough ice in Brainerd but skaters disagree. Consequently Lester c. Ahlgrin Park Board superintendent this morning sprayed ice skating rinks with More water produce More and smoother ice. He is shown in the above picture at the Mill Avenue skating rink. Dispatch photo 63 reds killed on ground . Planes stay out of North Viet Nam skies 1 by Thomas a. Reedy Saigon South Viet Nam apr for the third straight Day the United states kept its planes out of North Viet names skies today but . Marines killed 63 Viet Cong in ground skirmishes after a Short interrupted Christmas truce. The marines reported strikes a a a lbs still Hopes for settlement by Frank Cormier Austin Tex. Apr president Johnson reportedly still retained a Glimmer of Hope today that the fighting in Viet Nam will not return pre Christmas ferocity. Against the communists during patrols around the big . Air base at Danang 380 Miles Northeast of Saigon. The Ameri a cans reported taking Light casualties. A squad of leathernecks pounced on about 40 Viet Cong killing 15 at a Hamlet called Quang a no. I. Two hours later a Marine Pla-1 Toon near Quang a no. 2, about j two Miles southward was at tacked by 75 Viet Cong armed with automatic weapons. Count bodies the americans called in artillery support tanks and armed helicopters. When the Brief encounter was Over they counted the bodies of 41 communists. Marines in other scattered actions against the reds reported killing seven Viet Cong during the Day. Air attacks were made Only the fact that the United Ion suspected Viet Cong concen states had not resumed bombings of North Viet Nam even two Days after the end of the cease fire War seen As evidence that Johnson still was seeking a peaceful settlement. When the United states and South Viet Nam were considering last week a 30-hour Christmas cease fire so Long As their troops were not fired upon Johnson kept aloof from the eventual announcement and publicly the decision making. A a that a a matter be decided in Saigon a said the Texas White House. Johnson made no Public comment on the cease fire even though he normally is Quick identify himself with Good news. In Many quarters his silence was interpreted As indicating reluctance associate himself with a move that might go awry. And some observers were convinced after the cease fire failed hold that this was his reasoning. However one source close the president cast Johnson a aloofness in a different Light by saying a the is silent because he is in Short according this source Johnson said nothing because he was most interested in Hanoi a reaction. Reportedly he did not want Cloud the atmosphere. It was not happenstance either it was said that the state department announced officially that american troops had been ordered not fire except in self defense even after the end of the 30-hour cease fire lbs continued on Page 15 rations in South Viet Nam . Spokesmen said. Ground action also was reported in Low key for the past 24 hours. Beyond confirming the suspension of the Aerial War which steadily had been closing in on the Hanoi Haiphong Industrial Belt . Officials in Saigon said Only that the orders came from Washington. This raised speculation that the pause was a new invitation North vietnamese president i Chi minho a regime come the peace table. . Officials declined guess How Long the j Lull would last. Casualty lists grow in the South . Casualty lists grew. A . Army truck carrying soldiers of the . 1st infantry division hit a mine 30 Miles North of Saigon. Casualties were reported heavy. The Viet Cong detonated a mine at a government troop Barracks at a dec 70 Miles Southwest of Saigon just As two vietnamese platoons were starting the work Day. A it killed or Hurt a lot of sol vet Nam continued on Page 15 expected discuss Viet Nam War with four allies of . By Harry Kelly Washington apr my Bert h. Humphrey wings toward the far East today on his first major overseas trip As vice j president. The week Long asian journey the Philippines Japan South Korea and nationalist China May be largely ceremonial. But j the War in Viet Nam Humphrey a says will be a prime topic in i his private talks with leaders of the four Friendly governments. The foreign travel May also help strengthen Humphreys image at Home As it did for Richard m. Nixon and Lyndon i b. Johnson. Although Johnson travelled 28 countries when he was vice president Humphreys most talked about trip was the one he did no make a when Johnson sent chief Justice Earl Warren instead of the vice president represent the United states at sir Winston Churchill a funeral. Generally Humphrey has been kept on a Short tether Labouring As Liaison Between the White House and Congress and giving speeches within the United states. Coincidentally or otherwise the White House announced the plans for Humphreys asian trip after a Public opinion poll whose1 findings apparently surprised Humphreys staff. Johnson said he had selected Humphrey As his no. 2 Man because he was equipped be a Good president. But the recent poll showed that the majority of people sampled was not As sold on Humphrey As Johnson said he was. To accompany Humphrey the far East Johnson is sending one of his own closest advisers presidential aide Jack Valenti. Humphrey said sunday on the Mutual broadcasting systems a a reporters round up that i a was a vice president sir you Are not supposed be at the front i of the stage. I consider my role state the weather in lights official Low temperature Here this morning was ill but the thermometer on West Washington Street in front of the Brainerd National Bank showed �?12. Either temperature was the lowest for this Winter but tonight a May be worse. This picture was taken shortly after 8 a. In. Dispatch photo a a a colder weather tonight after official ill today mrs. Kennedy at Sun Valley Sun Valley Idaho a mrs. John f. Kennedy has moved into a new three bedroom apartment at Sun Valley Idaho where she and other Kennedy and friends have gathered for some Holiday skiing. Mrs. Kennedy arrived at Hailey near the resort sunday aboard a private plane. She changed planes in Salt Lake City after a commercial flight from new York. Sen. Robert f. Kennedy in y., and his family also Are in Sun Valley. The Brainerd area Felt its first subzero temperatures of the Winter last night and braced itself for another downward plunge tonight. The forestry department Here and the thermometers at Wie land Field read la degrees below Zero this morning while the automatic temperature recorder at the Brainerd National Bank showed a minus 12 degrees. Bemidji was the coldest last night with a minus 17 Reading Topping record holding International Falls which recorded 16 below. Alexandria had below Hibbing 9 below and St. Cloud 7. It dropped minus i in the separated twins Given Good Chance of survival los Angeles apr siamese twin girls separated in three hour surgery shortly after birth have a better than even Chance of living their attending paediatrician says. The Mother of the infants when told of the emergency operation took the news Well. The babies were born Christmas Day with a common bladder and intestines. Sunday As mrs. Robin Man Tonya passed her 20th birthday at one Hospital daughters Lisa Marie and Sheila Norine appeared be holding their own at another. Said their paediatrician 36 hours after surgery a a they re both still moving around which is the most important sign us. Everything is functioning and their color is the doctor added however a there is no Way Tell what the end result will the twins together weighing 12 pounds were born by Caesar twin cities. Garrison marked 13 below with Strong winds piling up a foot or More of Snow whipping across the big Lake. About two inches of Snow fell at Garrison yesterday with the gusting wind a considerable Handicap fishermen As Well As making Highway visibility extremely difficult. Twelve below Auto victims twelve die in Minnesota Over Holiday an Aitkin Man Arthur j. De Rosier 68, was one of 12 minnesotans killed in traffic accidents Over the Long Holiday weekend from 6 . Thursday 12 0 . Today. Although there were no fatalities Christmas Day in Minnesota seven persons were killed on Slippery highways in the state on sunday including five in one Accident. Another death of a minnesotan was reported from out of state. The 1965 fatality toll Rose 837, compared with 830 a year ago today and a record 844 for All of last year. Cars collide five persons were killed and three others injured when two oncoming cars smashed together near Buffalo on Highway 55 yesterday. The Road was made treacherously Slippery by new Snow it was reported. The Highway patrol said Donald a. Olejar 29 Robert c. Lester 32, and Richard m. So Bon 31, died in the wreckage of a car driven by Olejar in the Accident four Miles West of Buffalo. Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Daly 35, Brooklyn Center died in the other car and he daughter Ann Elizabeth 5, died at Buffalo memorial Hospital. Hospitalized at North memorial Hospital Robbinsdale were mrs. Dalys husband Daniel t., 39, and their two other children. Mary 4, and John i. Critical condition John was listed in critical condition today and the other two in poor condition. The Highway patrol said the Olejar car collided broadside Chicago apr Luci Baines Man Pat Nugent 22, of Wauke with the front of he Dave Johnson a Christmas present Gan Iii. Next summer the Chi-1 hide on the straight stretch of summer wedding for Pat and Lucia Luci Baines Johnson daughter of president and mrs. Lyndon b. Johnson stands outside St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Stonewall Texas with Fiance Pat Nugent of Waukegan Iii. The first family announced the Young couple s engagement late Christmas eve and plans have been made Tor a late summer wedding. A a a a a a a a education after marriage be one of working with the i a a Kami pc a Smirk president working within the Luci i in ref Liml government and then take the policies of the government out the people explain As Best i j can As How this government is attempting fulfil its responsibilities on the world Humphrey will return Washington Jan. 2, eight Days before Congress returns work. Her father was a Promise that Cago Tribune said today she would try finish her Edu the Tribune quoted the presi cation after her marriage air dents daughter As saying a a right now i have every in Duke Ellington plays Tention of getting As much Edu two Lane Highway. Daly a Spanish teacher at Cooper High school in new Hope was taking his family for a visit his parents Home near cation As possible. You never Graceville. Lester a father of know what is going happen six was reported by a Friend new York apr jazz my i and i feel every woman should the Humphrey party Includ-1 sacred music at Church ing mrs. Humphrey and the vice president s youngest son Doug. Puke a Jungton brought be prepared. Besides i like lass leave Andrews Sirju. T in a it a Force base at mid afternoon new Yorkus study and i love my presbyterian Luci who is 18, showed Here Christmas continued on Page 15 his orchestra a r a a i fifth Avenue _ Stop off at Elmendorf air Boree Church sunday night for a con-1 engagement ring sunday As she Minneapolis Coal firm Cert of sacred music. Base Anchorage Alaska refuel and then head straight out across the Pacific for Tokyo. Humphrey arrives in Tokyo tuesday night has a luncheon meeting with prime Eisaku Sato and then leaves in the afternoon Fly Manila for thursdays inauguration of philippine president Ferdinand e. Marcos. Humphrey leaves Manila saturday new years Day for a and her Fiance left St. Barthol of firer dip it at As the concert which Drew loud a Mew s roman Catholic Church Quot a Ann Lause from 2 000 persons n Waukegan after attending Minneapolis Ai a Bern applause from 2,000 persons s s hard r 65 minneap0is jammed into the pews of the noon mass president and treasurer of stately old Church was Spon resident Jonnson Mien Nas. R. Or a sorted by the protestant Council expressed a desire that both of Stott briquet co. And Stott build my Ster Ohhet Cly of neck his daughters Complete a College. Supply co a pan a _ i education. Luci his younger farmhouse burned Reading Minn. Apr fire burned out the Interior of the Rural Reading farmhouse of or. Daughter will have finished her freshman year in Georgetown University a school of nursing before she is married. Her sister Lynda Bird flies St. Paul who had been in the Coal business 45 Staples Pine River and the so a at Formosa and a luncheon a a n meeting with natio n a i 1 s Cuyuna Range areas reported 12 below the Zero Mark with one two inches of Snow falling Sun Day at Staples and a i. Pine River had from three four chinese president Chiang Kai Shek. He leaves Formosa that Ean Section at holy Cross Hospital in suburban san Fernando then rushed Cedars of Lebanon Hospital where a team of 18 doctors nurses and technicians performed the surgery. Or. Stephen l. Gans who assembled the Teum which separated the girls said neither breathed for several minutes after birth until Mouth--1 inches yesterday it was reported. The forestry department Here reported a minimum temperature of la below with below recorded at 8 . Today. An Inch and a half of Snow fell Here yesterday melting into .12 Inch precipitation. According forecasters minnesotans Are in for another night of subzero weather from an Arctic cold front that is expected Send Temps the 12 20 below weather continued on Page 15 where he will have conferences sunday in Seoul with president Chung Hee Park before heading for Home sunday night. And mrs. Clayton Harbert while Wyoming today where Shell they were visiting in Tracy be a guest at the Home of a Christmas Day. Volunteers from Young Man she met last sum Worthington and Wilmont fought Mer on a trailer tour of the the Blaze. West. Years died sunday. Survivors include his wife Mabel a son David and four Brothers Frederick George Raymond and Frank All of the twin cities area. Services Are tuesday. A a two american Gas charged with aiding Viet Nam enemy disabled plane lands on Bridge new York apr Woodrow j enemy during two years of Viet j Saigon Cong imprisonment and is in Naha Okinawa apr the j were captured in november . Army said today it has 1963 when guerrillas overran the charged two Cis with aiding the Hiep Hoa Camp Northeast weather Minnesota mostly fair tonight and colder East and South increasing cloudiness and continued cold tuesday Low tonight 12-25 below North 5-15 below South High tuesday 5-15 above. Mouth resuscitation was ap-1 Helen Hayes gives away plied. Or. Gans said the babies were joined in the lower Abdomen by a Bridge of tissue six inches in diameter which contained a common bladder and a thin Membranous Sac around intestines of both babies. He said that the Sac broke either during or before delivery leaving the intestines exposed the air and hazards of bacteria. A this forced surgery immediately a he said. The father is Gerald Mantonya 20, a film Laboratory technician. Coat buy korean gifts Seoul South Korea apr Helen Hayes $2,009 nutria coat is bringing Christmas cheer needy South korean students. The american actress took the coat off before boarding a plane saturday at Seoul International Airport. She handed it a . Embassy employee and asked that proceeds from its Sale he used for the korean students. Miss Hayes was leaving after a 23-Day tour entertain american servicemen. Leone 47, driving his truck across the George Washington Bridge looked in the Mirror and saw an air plane. A moment later the wingtip of the Small plane carrying two men nicked leones truck and landed in the Middle of the Bridge. The two occupants of he plane walked away with minor injuries. Leone from Guttenberg n.j., was unhurt. The Pilot Phillip Ippolito 19, of the Bronx told police he was going land the single engine plane in the Hudson River after the engine failed. But his passenger Joseph Brennan 39, of Hackensack n.j., told Ippolito he swim. The damaged plane veered off the truck and came rest in the two Center lanes of the giant Bridge which connects new York City with new Jersey. The lanes were not being used because of the Light sunday morning traffic. Vest gating determine Wyeth 27 at the cambodian Border Durer they will be put on trial. Ling a period of demonstrations j the two soldiers Are sgt j in the United states against the George e. Smith of Chester Viet Nam War. After a week in w.va., and spec. 4 Claude my phenom penh capital of Cam Clure of Chattanooga tenn., Bodia the two were flown who were released by the Viet Bangkok and then Okinawa. Cong last month. They will re they denied american Tele main on Okinawa until a final i vision newsmen that they had decision on their cases the told a news conference in Cam spokesman said. Bodia they would return the local weather of maximum and minimum for 24 hours preceding 7 . Today of they were released last nov. Walter f. Wieland Field maximum .25 minimum ill 7 . Today ill noon i year ago a today maximum. 0 minimum .�?23 five Day forecast Minnesota tuesday through saturday temperatures will average from near Normal extreme Southeast degrees window Normal Northwest Normal High 19-22 after an extensive i Vestiga United states my join the Cam Tion he said they were charged pain against the War in Viet with preparing furnishing and Nam. Delivering the Viet Cong cer the two claimed their St detain documents statements and ments had been misinterpreted writings inimical the interest lbs correspondent Murray in North 22-27 in South Normal of the United states. Fromson quoted Smith As say Low 5 below 5 above North the spokesman said the two ing a i did not use the word 4-10 above South cold begin special forces men have been what i said was Ning of period a Little warmer provided defense attorneys. In that i would like see Strong at midweek and warming like accordance with . Military efforts made end the War in by towards end of week pre procedure their cases now Are Viet capita ton expected average being studied determine if Abc newsman Jack Perkins .20-.40 Inch melted Snow a they will face a trial by court said Smith told him he was sub martial. Ejected a a poor Many a brain Smith 27, and Mcclure 25, washing a Perkins reported. Ported about mid week and again Friday and saturday

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