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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch in the heart of the Lake Region Quot to serve As Best we can. The Brainerd area a Brainerd Minnesota Friday. Jim 2 3, 1930 Nea feature service and now picture member of the associated pre dial 3511 vol. 76 no. 272 drive carefully i he life you save May be your own supreme court rules Albert Lea Bank night Legal St. Paul to a in a four to two decision the Minnesota supreme court today approved Quot Bank night Quot drawings in an Albert Lea motion picture theater which awarded Cash prizes to Lucky persons. The High court reversed judge Martin a. Nelson of Freeborn county District court and ruled that the Albert Lea amusement corporation operators of the new Broadway theater in Albert Lea. Was sponsoring a Quot valid Quot and Quot Legal Quot plan. Associate justices Leroy Al. Matson and Oscar Knutson both dissented contending that today s decision was Quot repudiation of a previous ruling by the High court. In 1937 the Minnesota supreme court in a four to three decision ruled that a so called Quot ten owing scheme at the lyceum theater in St. Paul was illegal. Started action some time prior to the present action county attorney Rudolph Hanson and sheriff c. G. Lindahl notified the amusement company that criminal proceedings would be instituted if it did not cease to operate its Quot gift because of this threat the theater operators discontinued the drawings and started court action. A $50 Cash prize was Given away on a stated night each week. If the Lucky persons was not present the prizes accumulated until they reached a total of $400. A person would Register in the theater lobby without purchasing an admission ticket. If a participant wished to be present at the time of the drawing he was required to Purchase an our Mission ticket. Other rulings associate Justice Thomas f. Gallagher who wrote the majority decision pointed out that courts of a number of states have held there is no statutory violation of lottery Laws where no consideration is paid by anyone for the right to participate in a Chance to win a gift. Justice Gallagher emphasized that in the plan at the lyceum theater then owned by the Schubert theater players co., the supreme court ruled it illegal because participants paid a Quot consideration for the right to win a gift. Registration Angle Quot registration in the lobby is the sole requirement for eligibility a Justice Gallagher said. Quot Only one registration is permitted each person. Presence within the theater give no greater or additional Opportunity for Success. Quot tickets to the theater performance May be purchased but no coupons of participation Are attached thereto and the holders thereof remain ineligible to win a gift if they have not previously registered in the lobby. For advertising Quot a winning registrant May enter the theater without charge when his name is called from the loud speaker outside the court continued on Page 2 re -1 conservation i did you know thai the Buffalo fishes Are members of the sucker family More or less restricted to the slow moving warm water streams and Rivers of the Southern half of Minnesota and southward there Are records of one of the species of buffaloes occurring As far North As grand rapids. Buffaloes thrive Best in Muddy weedy warm Waters which Are also the preferred habitat of the Carp. Because these two fishes live together and since they Are similar in appearance the buffaloes often mistakenly Are accused of destroying the vegetation and spawning areas of game fishes which Are rooted up by the Carp. In some lakes and streams Buffalo fish Are very abundant. Such Waters usually Are unsuitable for fishes More desirable to the Angler. Since Buffalo Lish Are Good food fishes it is Wise conservation to Harvest them commercially where they Are abundant rather than to malign them with derogatory epithets. A 1 shop crafts reelect Houston Mark Houston Spokane wash., general chairman of the Carmen s organization was reelected president of the Federated shop crafts system number 7 yesterday. Election of officers wound up the general Assembly by the convention yesterday afternoon but committee meetings were continuing through today. Other officers All re elected to their previous posts were j. W. Cooper vice president Livingston. Mont., general chairman of the firemen and oilers association and c. A. Rafferty Secretary St. Paul general chairman of the electrical workers. Other actions voted upon yesterday at the final session of the general Assembly included some Rule changes by Laws amendments and resolutions. Several resolutions were accepted which according to Rafferty will Aid in the betterment of the employees welfare. The changes and amendments were presented to the Assembly by committees for rejection and acceptance. Billings mont., was chosen As the convention site for the next gathering in 1954 the shop crafts convention began monday with pre convention meetings and the general Assembly convened wednesday. Final committee meetings Quot to Chart future activities ended the election today. Boy freed from mud when Jim Sisler 14, tried to Cut through a water filled ditch in Denver the slime and wet of a quagmire sucked him up to his Waist and nearly suffocated him. Firemen and Rescue workers fought the slime for 90 minutes before the boy was freed exhausted but unharmed. Nea telephoto press search for missing missionaries Miami. Fla. Up �?1the director of the new tribes Mission of Chico Calif., was in route to Venezuela today to press the search for a missionary plane missing since june 9 with 15 persons aboard. Paul w. Fleming 39-year-old Leader of the group of flying missionaries left for Maracaibo Venezuela to use another Mission plane in the search reported temporarily hampered by bad weather along the Southern Caribbean coast. Meanwhile in Washington the civil aeronautics Board cab said it had asked Hie coast guard air Force air Rescue service and Venezuela and Colombia to help Hunt for Tho transport plane. The dc-3 plane operated under charter by the new tribes Mission left Miami for Maturin Venezuela by Way of Kingston Jamaica and Maracaibo and Ciudad Boliva Venezuela. Small Citrus town in California ravaged by fire Fullerton Calif. Up fire which for a time threatened much of this Citrus town s business District was brought under control today after gutting a to i Tel an automobile Agency and a fruit products Plant. Fire chief l. W. Eckels said i no one was injured. He Esti a mated the damage at $175,000. Starting in a Ford Agency it swept quickly to the adjoining three Story Fullerton hotel and i a hardware store then across an Alley and through tin1 Block of tile Pacific Citrus products company a Plant. Eckels said there was ample time to awaken All the hotels occupants and that All walked to safety. Fullerton with a pop us bion of about 13,000, lies 18 Miles Southeast of los Angelus a a a a a a a a. Promise citizenship Washington i Congress lipid out a Promise of citizenship today to hand picked aliens who enlist in Hie u. S. Army. State Iron Ore Supply still Strong Duluth up a Northern Minnesota a famed Iron ranges will continue to be americans Basic source of Iron minerals in the next half Century. Harry a. Humphreys jr., new York president of the United states rubber co. Made this observation Here in Duluth last night after a two Day trip through the mesabi Ore mining properties. He was accompanied by seven other officials of his company. Quot Tho Iron ranges need not fear a Competition from foreign ores a or. Humphreys said. Quot americans Industrial machine is so Large that it requires All the raw materials which the Lake Superior District produces in addition to supplemental orcs from foreign he refuted claims that the districts Iron orc resources Are near depletion. Quot this area will continue to produce Ore at a High rate for Many he asserted. Quot some of the Cream May have been skimmed off hut there Are millions of tons left to be mined and processed. Quot the Iron mining Industry will make As much use out of the skimmed milk As was made out the or. Humphreys pointed out that he visited mines which have i As Many tons of High Grade Ore i left in them As has already been mined out. Quot i am very optimistic Over the future of tile nations Domestic Iron Ore Supply a he said. Navy to build new flush deck air plane Carrier Washington. I the Navy plans to Start building a flush deck aircraft Carrier in 1951 Only a Little smaller than tile huge vessel which became a Cen Tor of controversy last year after construction on it was halted. A High Navy official confirmed last night that tile joint chiefs of staff and Secretary of defense Johnson had Given a go ahead on the new vessel. It will have a runway about 25 feet longer than the 986-foot deck on the largest u. S. Carriers now in service. The projected Quot super carriers which Johnson junked last year after the keel had been Laid would have been 1,090 feet Long and would have Cost an estimated $15,000,000. The new car-1 Rier is expected to Cost some what less. 5-Day forecast Minnesota. Wisconsin and Iowa temperatures will average near Normal North to 2 to 6 degrees above Normal South. Normal Maxima 77 Northern Minnesota to 81 Southern Wisconsin and 86 Southern Iowa Normal minimal 53 Northern Minnesota to 59 Southern Wisconsin and 63 Southern Iowa. Cooler Over the weekend warming trend thereafter. Precipitation around 1 2 Inch North to around i Inch South occurring mostly monday through wednesday. Driver kidnaps molests la year old girl Faribault Minn. Up a an 11-year-old Faribault girl kidnapped while returning Home from an errand last night several hours later was found uninjured on a Highway four Miles from Northfield. Sheriff John Simon said the girl had been molested and subjected to indecency is but had not been raped. He said the victim described her Abductor As a redheaded youth about 17 years old. From the girls description the sheriff said the youth was believed to be driving a Chrysler car bearing an Iowa License. The sheriff said the girl told this Story she had been sent to a grocery store and had left Home on her bicycle about 6 45 p in. She left the store at 7 15 p. In to return Home. About four blocks from the store a car passed Hor several1 times and then stopped. Tho i Youthful looking Driver seized Iller and pulled Lier into the car and sped away leaving the City i on Hie old Northfield Road. When they got into the country the youth began to molest her he then drove on and a Little later abandoned Lier on Tho Highway four Miles North of Northfield where the girl was found crying by two Farmers Floyd Nelson and Wayne Tripp. They took her to the police station at Northfield where sheriff Simon was called. Draft Law Extension now certain Washington up a tile peacetime draft is sure to last 15 i More Days and is just about set to run on for two or three More years. If was due to expire at Midnight tonight but Congress moved fast yesterday and approved a Stopgap Bill providing a 15-Day Extension the Stopgap Bill was sped to president Truman for his signature by voice vote in the Senate and by unanimous consent of the House. Approve Extension in the meantime the Senate shouted its approval of a three year draft Law Extension after i compromising one difference and beating Down for a second time a racial segregation plan for the armed forces. There remain some differences Between the Senate and House Bills that must be ironed out later. For one thing the House Bill would extend the draft two years not three in any event the president j seemed certain to wind up with something less than his present Broad authority to order the actual drafting of men. Authority Angle under the 1948 selective service act and the 15-Day Extension lie has authority to order inductions of youths from 19 through 25 years if this is necessary to keep the a armed services at authorized strength. The Power has not been used in recent months because the services depend upon voluntary enlistments. The Senate armed service committee recommended a thro year Extension of this authority although the House had voted t give Cornu a s alone the Power t order actual drafting. Dakotas raked by twin storms one person dead hoisted charges Del convention was Boss ruled Fargo. N. D., pm twin storms struck this area last night the first borne on the wings of a 76-Miie-an-hour wind. Widespread damage to property Power facilities and Trees were reported but no official estimate could be made. The first Gate struck the City at 5.40 p.m., blowing Down wires Trees and the roofs of two Homes in Fargo. Windows were blown in at Mapleton West of Fargo torn adic winds St. Paul up a Charles Hal fixed Brainerd insurance Man who announced his candidacy for governor on the democratic Farmer labor ticket charged today that Quot Strong Arm tactics of a Small group of self appointed Bosses dominated the Del convention and dictated its hoisted said he mailed out 2, 500 letters to of Lars including the More than 800 accredited delegates who attended the re cd but convention in Duluth warn ing that Quot political Bossis Defeated thee Armer labor pail i in 1938�?� and that Quot it can do so j again a group s Choice Quot because Harry ii Peterson i was the Choice of this group i Halsted wrote Quot the people of j Minnesota will never put their Confidence in him. Harry la i Peterson can never of Clee Ted governor of my Niota. Quot the people Are smarter than j the Bosses think. If he is nominated ii will Lead to an Igno minions defeat in Halsted characterized the Duluth convention As a Quot farce Quot and claimed that the rank and file of the delegates played a Small part in the decision to endorse Peterson. Explaining that the results of the Only ballot taken to endorse a candidate for governor was not officially announced at the con 1 volition for Many hours Halsted said Star chamber action a you know that those results were charted out in Star Cham j Ber sessions without open con j Side ration that no free vote by j the delegates on Tho convention floor was Ever held on the actual j endorsements and that no Roll Call of counties was Ever held on any important Issue a the handful of Kingmaker who assumed the prerogative of a running the show not Only were totally oblivious to the wishes of duly constituted delegates but displayed a Complete disregard for the vested rights of party voters throughout this state. Machine tactics Quot Bossis and political machine ran rampant steamroll r were employed Dis v tremendous pres exerted All for the Wickland files for re election As sheriff a by ii the a ii j Rad 1 Roy we Wing county primary rata re election to Iff for 1938. He count Roy Wickland 12 years being elected in Kegg in Fargo was inn a eked out by Tho it form. The station 1 was off the air for More than 0 be hour Home Tho smashed Home of or a and mrs Arnold Nelson far of. Was smash cd i by Tho winds. One half of Tho i of was blown c Complete by off and one Side of the five room a use was pushed out. The Nelson 3 had left Day for their a fire i Leat Ion. Chief Fred Well 3 said to Day Tho entire roof of t la e Home would i Lave to be re moved and damage was almost too per cent Iii lilt i m j 11 11 second storm the second storm in a ked the City Abt it 8 30 p m. Hoc Ivy Rains and w ind gusts added to a the destruct 10 n of Trees and p Roper to Light rung struck the Gunnar j Ohnson 1 Home Here Cate sing fire onside in Hie d a in a g 0 from smoke my water result the to Trung winds Topp cd a Dav of torn i boat in the of cd River Valley a Rea the Mercury a Rose to 97 Der is hero. And 94 1 n grand Forks. I a he storm Brough t a Encl my off. I in me in orc in a of run it of in Ping 23. Degrees in less than three hours. One person dead Aberdeen s. v a a severe ii a 11 and wind storm has lived in for 55 year Crow win Wickland was a Phinist for 21 years Railroad a finishing his Rop i apprenticeship at Tho i Northern Pacific car 1913. Brainerd shops in pert of to for manna Wash 11 More 2d a than Grouf St Reet. 14 Yea r. Store a i Bai Titi who Eft of of i Tor philanthropist and soap manufacturer Dies methods or 1 in mat sure a purpose if t. S. Sled files for state Senate a r storm Center a led ii Alt Phil Uel s. Be is and head of that beat at Temple la eels who p. In. Caste had been in june 8. A Kelphia a i Sam is 90, philanthropist of tile soap company his name died today Hospital lose death came at ii Standard time the Hospital since that storms w interest is the u it nes for a if you11 attract i Prog re Eider this is a Story of a wac and a wave a fishing trip and a boat Anchor fixity w blueprint for party hundreds had been attracted to the i l party by it younger leaders left to vent Ion disappointed an controlled convention from beginning to end. Hal steel s letter said the Sonve Mitiu Quot Minier the control of Tim Jai Tri distil re was two meals two car accidents for Motorist Mitchell s d. Up a two meals were spoiled Here yesterday for a Minneapolis Man. While j k. Gerish was eating lunch a car collided with his parked automobile causing $110 damage. When he was eating his evening meal another car struck his machine damage this time was a broken taillight. Gerish is a member of a min Neapolis heating Supply firm. The Story is told of a wave and a wac officer team who Are guests this week at Grandview Lodge on Gull Lake and both of whom Are ardent anglers. Quot Brownie Cote manager at the Lodge is withholding names but he relates this yarn of fishing and navigation on Gull Lake i a it a where the two girls Art after walleyes crappies and any fish that will take a respectable bait. Went on. Return in wave Pas Back to tin the Quot Soldi and started a rough a that boat it seems that one Day this week the wave and the wac took a Boa into the Lake to fish. La he wave being a Quot Sailor a insisted upon rowing flit boat to the fishing grounds. The Craft was anchored and the fishing Determinatio Quot beat the re cer pulled Ai at the oars approach Spring Wai what the do. My at. Then the she had n Whon Lea Vins g to the Shore the a a ii the Job of rowing Dock on to the wac re picked up the oars for flu Dock. It was rid Uncertain course made shoreward. It crawled but with the on of the army to the wac offi and puffed at her Job i a my the Dock the per navigator asked crowd was laugh Halsted interned on be m tit v first waitress killed mistaken for Bear Millinocket. Me weather Minnesota partly Cloudy. Cooler North and West portions this afternoon entire stale tonight and in Southeast portion saturday. Local thundershowers Southeast portion this afternoon or Early tonight. Low tonight 50 Northwest to 60 Southeast. High saturday 70 Northwest to 80 Southeast. Local weather state forestry Bureau Maxim 93 minimum. 63 8 a. In. 71 noun 81 precipitation n for Row ii 64 brain Cros i chitin Al Ber 1 Rev Rifle to rect Ift i a r Al Neho Hind do a f hot last a Riff s a shortly c Don Alex. J asset hoi was k 11 in int cutin y Marsh 1 of tamp in Milf r c urn if mar a in i la it m at the air pc year ago today 84 60 a

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