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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch Quot the total medium. Serving the Brainerd Trade area Quot in the heart of the Lake Region Brainerd Minnesota 56401, monday january 17, 1966 a ass us sorts Quot a copy to cents vol. 92-no. 138 Challenge vote Law in court six Southern states argue 1965 voting Law unconstitutional by Joseph e. Mohbat Washington apr the Federal government clashed with a big segment of the South today As debate Over the constitutionality of the 1965 voting rights act opened before the supreme court. David a Robinson ii special counsel for South Carolina Rose to launch the eight hour debate Over the Law. Nearly a Quarter of a million negroes have registered to vote in the seven Southern states touched by the act since it be came Law. Five of those states joined South Carolina in its attack on1 the Law As an inappropriate and unfair use of Federal Power to enforce the 15th amendment to the Constitution forbidding de j Nial of voting rights because of race or color. At Issue is whether the Federal government has the constitutional authority to abolish literacy and other voter qualification tests which had been required by some states. Arguing alongside South Caro Lina were to be Legal officers from Alabama Louisiana mis fishermen craved Zero tempera Sis Sippi Georgia and Virginia. I Tures at Rice Lake to make the North Carolina also affected by second annual Brainerd vow. S. Orders cease fire Over Holiday vietnamese new year to be observed . Civilian kidnapped by Viet Cong near Saigon by Thomas a. Reedy Saigon Viet Nam apr Ramsey 28, Boulder City Nev. The Viet Cong kidnapped an he is the assistant province Saigon South Viet Nam american civilian official today representative of the . Mis apr the commander of . Outside the Village of Trung Lap Sion for the area forces in Viet Nam Gen. Wil about 25 Miles North of Saigon his Driver a South Vietnam Lliam c. Westmoreland today and marched him into the Jun Ese came Back and told Amer vow fishing Derby draws crowd by Jim Wallace several Hundred Hardy Winter ordered All american troops to Gle his hands in the air. Cease firing for 78 hours Start the missing Man is Douglas ing at noon thursday in Observance of the vietnamese lunar new year Holiday tet. Westmoreland a order seconded the decision of the South vietnamese government to halt fighting during the National eel bration. Similar instructions went to South korean australian and new zealand troops fighting alongside the vietnamese and americans. Ithe Hopkins woman seriously the voting rights act is not taking part. 44th birthday woman Hurt in Deerwood crash Dies ican authorities they were travelling Northeast from cd Chi when they came under Viet Cong gunfire. The Driver said he stopped. He added that Ramsey got out and raised his hands in a surrender gesture. Several Viet Cong guerrillas marched him away. The Driver was wounded slightly in the first ambush fire but was Able to navigate on foot. Trung Lap is in the Middle of j the sector where . Forces fishing Derby a big Success As far As chairman Tom Scheurer and his Post 1647 assistants atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzen were concerned Bach who celebrates his 44th Scheurer said the turnout was birthday today was to defend Well above last years and so the legality of the five month were the prizes a raft of Mer old Law in his first supreme Chandise awards being made court argument since he be frequently throughout the two hour contest and the major ones going to Brainerd ites m. R. Russell portable to Walt Schwen Demann half a beef and John Imgrund electric ice Auger. First fish which earned him a cooler and flashlight was a three Quarter Pound Northern hooked shortly after the contest got under Way by Ray Lindberg. That remained the largest until Elmer Johnson route 2, Brainerd hauled in a Northern a few ounces heavier at the 3 30 Mark to earn a 22 automatic supreme court continued on Page 15 leaders to answer lbs tonight by William f. Arbogast Washington apr con Rifle and also $10 in Cash for Gress gets another a state of the having the most fish his being Union a message tonight a this i larger than any of the other in time from the republicans. I tries. Senate gop Leader Everett Steve Gates received $5 for m. Dirksen and House copy being the oldest Fisherman pres a Leader Gerald r. Ford will de Erb and two and a half year old liver their party a answer to Ron Grams or. Gained $2.50 for president Johnson a message of being the youngest. Last week. 7be ice was slowed and holes. Radio and television networks dug for the contestants there Minneapolis apr state1 property taxes now on the i which Many complain about now1 supreme court today barred _ ,. \ a will carry the taped 30-minute were ski Doo rides for those rep. Fred Cina who says he a books. Las one of the highest in the a racial segregation in a Macon Dadci 111 cd Btl Dirksen Ford reply which has wj10 wished them and heated available for the democratic under the Cina plan there Tion. It would be an additional j ga., Park which was willed in a Chilly Elmer Johnson route 2, Brainerd had a smile for the cameraman at Rice Lake Here As he is interviewed by Bernie Gross station Kubr and Brainerd vow fishing Derby chairman Tom Scheurer about the Northern Pike weighing less than a Pound which earned him top honors in sundays second annual contest. Although Over a Hundred were fishing for two hours the total catch was very Small. Gathered around to hear the prizes being awarded and to help keep each other warm is the group shown in top photo. Daily dispatch photo. Twice As Long injured in a car train Accident Muhn Ruph their Hiya pct the truce More than doubles of a nah in it mph pc conducted their biggest search the 30-hour cease fire observed h j Deerwood last wednes and destroy operation of the Viet me Junour cease lire of server Day it died yesterday at Aitkin namese War Onera tinn Trimn by Allied forces during the and a Minneapolis Man died in la a upratl0n comp Christmas Hal Ida rut it Falls a Minneapolis Man died in which has just been terminal Loris Mas Holiday. But it tails a traffic mishap in Eden Prairie 118 hours Short of the tet truce sunday proclaimed by the Viet Cong. T they have promised not to at la a Leah of mrs Jame tack from la . Wednesday 46 and Loren Richard la . Sunday a total of four tar or ,43�?T Rall cd lha sate j g Highway death toll for the year Westmoreland ordered a a 20 a a spared with 31 thr0urh cease fire from noon thursday this Date a year ar0 to 6 . Sunday. It was As the area Accident on the coun sued the allies agreed on Dif to line Road Between Deerwood nist party first Secretary Leo Ferent hours to avoid giving the and Aitkin took the life of Quot id i. Brezhnev ended a five impression Thev were simply Mames Miska 52. The Miska car Day a sit t0 Mongolia today aft reacting to the communist pro a apparently Slid in front of the ter signing a military treaty that p0sal Jone unit Northern Pacific Pas appear envy identifies communist Westmoreland a order said i Senger train at the crossing five China As the potential enemy. A fall . Forces in the Republic j Miles East of Deerwood. Leaving ulan Bator for mos will not fire at or on the enemy funeral services for Miska four or Zenev said the to eats except in self were held this morning in hop strengthens the defense of out there was no sign in the Sai Kins. Countries gon sector of any setup in1 Carling was a passenger in a since Mongolia has Borders Lear driven by Daniel e. Reed with China and the soviet Russia signs military pact with Mongolia Moscow apr comm vet Nam continued on Page 7 35, which hit a Utility pole along Union this indicated defense Cina proposes excise tax plan to raise $91 million segregation court rules against Park Hennepin county Road 4 in Eden aral St China. The soviet Unton Prairie a suburban area South it in trial Quot cd and armed of Minneapolis. Mongolia s Small army this mishap occurred shortly a Farewell speech by Mongoli before Midnight sunday. Reed an pry Mahagin Useden and two other passengers in the i j a Secretary the Mon car were treated for injuries and a Quot Llan communist party pm a Pha sized his governments Complete adherence to soviet views. Released. Washington a the couple found been billed As a a High level and trailers were provided for the nomination for governor has would be a 5 per cent tax on realistic look at the state of the press and radio. Stepped up with a plan for Rais hotels and motels and a similar the Winter fishing spotlight in8 some $91 million a year in Levy on restaurant meals Over the two leaders Are expected now shifts to upper Gull and excise taxes. $1, Telephone Bills automobiles to Call for close scrutiny and Serpent lakes sunday both part it the new Revenue and accessories radios and Tele 1 per cent Levy on amounts Over. 1911 for the use of Whites Only. $4,000. The tribunal found the City a men his plan at the same time twined in the Parks operation. Calls for i repeal of personal prop i Justice William o. Douglas up a a tourist court Here erty taxes on a list of items in j speaking for the court majority authorities said it was helicopter crashes on ice after snagging line Minneapolis apr a he Carl i on Minn. Apr an Lic Opter snagged a Telephone line autopsy was scheduled today on and crashed 20 to 25 feet onto the bodies of a Man and his wife Channel ice at Lake Minnetonka found Frozen in a one room cab but the two men aboard were not seriously Hurt saturday. Be Landreth Harrison 28, and Al perhaps cutbacks in Domestic starting at 2 . The l a k e i would be used to replace cer vision sets. Head an clouding Arm machinery and in a 6.3 decision said that if a sieved Robert t. Reynolds 61 Ian Moran t. Retail merchandise1 municipality despite appoint and his wife about 58, had been Park were and hotel furniture. Homestead Mem of private trustees a Are dead since mid november. They bruises at a Hospital Harrison spending. _ i Shore Rod amp gun club is Spon i in real state and personal other notch on the income tax i livestock a tip off to the Republican Soring the one at upper Gull Al a guns or butter position was mile North and two Miles West a i i Aff # i i i Aff Given by Ford in the current of Nisswa. Proceeds will go to-1 Nam Iffla if off i f o7 i of till a map Issue of the Republican Cong res w a r d conservation projects., a a a a ii we Iii i i Usu la signal committees weekly some $1,000 in prizes include a newsletter. Power sled catalytic Heater in a if we Are going to halt Infra Stamatis camera and Fin bore Tion and prevent tax increases Auger. And give our men in Viet Nam the eighth annual Crosby by the associated press far ranging cold snap also covers much of nation what they need to win and still Marathon will present Over a a huge mass of Arctic air hit pushed the Mercury Down to 6 meet even legitimate Domestic Hundred prizes on the Lake in the country a midsection today above Zero at Richmond va., Beds a lord said a Congress is addition to a choir needs a Ford said a Congress is i addition to a Choice of a color and spread bitter cold tempera and 18 at Asheville . Going to have to Cut deeply into to or Snow sled Choice of an lures from the Rockies to new Southern California was still so Taueu automatic Shotgun or .308 Rifle England and deep the administrations great society Here a the Outlook for the week on Capitol Hill the Senate and House will Mark time As far As major floor into the and a deluxe fish House Asma South Jor awards. Experiencing Strong winds after retail merchandise1 municipality despite appoint and his wife about 58, been Park were treated for cuts Quot and Homestead ment of private trustees a Are dead since mid november. They by a property owners would get a $40 Mains entwined in the manage apparently were victims of As was no voting Tho Helix enter after credit and tax rates on Lake ment or control of the Park it phys nation. Is p Shore property would be reduce remains subject to the re a Takeoff from flying Cloud air. Mrs. Gladys Alberts Cloquet i Dort de. And homeowners 65 and strains of the 14th Amend operator of the Wayside Cabin g m Over would get an additional $75 Mentz of the . Constitution j court told authorities she had. Real estate tax credit. J counsel for the National As not seen the Reynolds since nov. I Worth of in announcing his availability Socia Tion for the advancement 7 and believed they had left. At a news conference in Minne of coloured people argued before Martin Barr Deputy Carlton Apolis saturday the Veteran leg the High court that the Park is county Coroner said the Rey isolator from Aurora said he was so much a part of the comm nolds apparently were Asp Vii not trying to Block the Nomina nity life that exclusion of Nej ated while burning charcoal in Tion either of gov. Karl Rolvaag Gores would violate the equal Tan open pan. They had moved or it. Gov. . Keith. Minnesota woman Hurt Minneola Kan. Apr Vera action is concerned. But com j Padelford 47, Austin Minn., mittens May take up some con was among three passengers and Trover Sial measures. J fitted to a Hospital for observe Protection clause of the constr to Minnesota from Florida in Tho Dot wifi Yoet worn sundays buffeting of up to 801 Cina declared a if Rolvaag Isle ution a 14th amendment. August. C 8lj Miles an hour some $250,000 in nominated by our party i will every Del endorsed common Market nations Keith has indicated he would Southern portions of Texas and Florida and a thin band along the Gulf coast were about the Only areas with temperatures above freezing. The sharpest chill was in the sunday morning. The temper �?16 Here sunday Brainerd weekend Low temp in Nas Inu Icalea be Wouita. R i r i o a erasure was �?16 recorded available for the nomination l\/00t i re Flam Eim cd Dovcett for governor while Rolvaag has a hmm 11 not publicly announced whether Luxembourg apr i United states of Europe. Minnesota considerable cloudiness and Little change in temperature tonight with occasional Light Snow or Snow flurries mostly East and Central continued Southeast tuesday Forenoon becoming partly Cloudy Northwest tonight and Over state by late tuesday not quite so cold Low tonight Zero to 15 below High tuesday Zero to 15 above. The Senate a legislative Dock Jjon and treatment after the Northern Plains where it was 27 nature however Rose to five it includes consideration today wreck 0f a Rock Island Passen-1 below Zero at Bismarck n.d., above Zero on sunday before he wil1 run for another four year j France ended today a six month the French proposal was like 24 hours of a a Bill to preserve the Natu Ger train sunday. And -19 at Huron . But the dropping to �?9 this morning. Term Boycott of the european com by to meet stiff opposition. The Day at the temperature had risen to ral Beauty of five Western Rivers followed by a Bill to authorize a $9.5-million inter american cultural and Trade Center inter Ama in Miami. The River Bill has not passed the House. The cultural Center measure cleared the House last year but ran into Senate opposition. There is no business for the House floor this week. No timetable has been set for delivery of a series of presidential messages spelling out details of proposed legislation outlined in the state of the Union message. Some messages May be sent to Congress this week. One of the first messages is expected to request an estimated $12 billion or More for emergency financing of the vietnamese conflict. The House appropriations committee will act Cina said he would not per Mon Market. Other five countries Sav they Are Zero by mid morning today. Tonally Campaign for the Del endorsement for governor. If not tapped for the nomination the other five member gov i determined not to modify the Ern ments All had their eyes on Rome treaty the common president Charles de Gaulle a markets Constitution for a foreign minister Maurice Couve vague French Promise to admit Rolvaag wants Quick Short a a a n damage was reportedly inflicted the 57-year old Cina plans to run meeting on reapportionment it mud ,oraaj\,1,h Teim m he hour de mime a wondering what a lain. W la a Island some in mites and he went on to say that Price he would set to restore the five believe that France Minneapolis apr gov. I apportionment Issue. It said the pos Angeles. He does not plan any favorite full French cooperation. Which blackballed Britain three Karl Rolvaag says when Law i governor and legislators have one Man was missing and pre son role from the Iron Range to Couve de Midville was one of years ago will press hard to makers meet to hash out the time to get the Job sued drowned in the after command a bloc of votes at the the first speakers on the pro keep its veto before turning the apportionment Issue he expects done. Math of 65-mile-an-hour winds nominating convention. The Gram of a two Day meeting of vague Promise into a Concrete a a no a nonsense session Quick Rolvaag has declined to Call and 18-to-20-foot Waves that democratic Farmer labor the foreign ministers today. Invitation for Britain to join and a special session until there is struck Avalon Harbor. Six per-1 state convention will be in May. He was expected to make two under the eight year old Rolvaag spoke saturday night some Type of prior agreement sons were injured As 14 pleasure he termed Rolvaag a a comat a democratic Farmer labor with conservatives who control boats were smashed. Bendable a governor and sup fund raising dinner which at the legislature. He vetoed the my Anu i f q ported the governors stand on tracked some 1,000 persons to reapportionment measure pass of Ca a is for Basic prior agree ment Between himself Rolvaag local weather maximum and minimum for ending at 8 a. In. To Walter f. Wieland Field. Maximum. 5 minimum. �?9 7 a. In. Today .�?5 noon today. 4 precipitation. Trace year ago today maximum. 30 minimum. 15 the $25-a-plate affair. J de last year contending it Ger but the governor advised lib Ryma dered in favor of the con Era legislators not to take exp sedatives tended vacations adding a a in a rep. D. D. Wozniak of St. Say it Hurt to take a Paul who is retiring after 16 of Snow covered much of Cen trial and Southwest Virginia with some highways hazardous with ice. Temperatures dropped to below freezing Over the entire state. Vacation for a couple of weeks years was presented with a plaque by his fellow liberals. Upstate new York had tem quickly on the measure which on Friday a three judge fed he is in training in Washington Pera Tures near Zero and bitter John f. Campbell 75, a Pioneer May be the first major Bill Toleran court panel decided not to for a foreign service position in cold in new England was intent in St. Clouds Granite Industry five Day forecast Minnesota temperatures major demands Rome treaty the unanimity tuesday through saturday will 1. A firm agreement to allow Rule was to give Way to a Quali average 5-15 degrees below each of the member nations to fied majority vote starting last Normal highs of 14-20 North hold their veto Over major com a Jan. I. France was expected to and 20-25 South and Normal Man Market decisions. This ask for at least a postponement lows of 2-10 below North and and key legislators on the Issue veto has existed All along but it of the shift until the veto ques 2 below-7 above South slight of reapportionment before summoning a special session. Pioneer Dies St. Cloud Minn. Apr had been due to disappear Jan. I 1966. 2. A curb on the Flowers of Chi Man Walter Hallstein and reach the House floor this year j intervene in the legislative Rethe state department. Sifted by Strong winds. Died saturday. Tion is decided. Moderation Early in period observers say that Britain but a turn to colder again aft shares Frances fear that the or mid week. Precipitation will loss of each nations veto could average less than .1 Inch North his nine Man common Market permit the common Market to to .1 or .2 Inch South occur commission. De Gaulle feels expand into a superstate with ring As Light Snow near end of Hallstein is acting too much As Power to interfere with a a period. If he were the president of a i Lions sovereignty. I. A

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