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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Brainerd, Minnesota # re % % Ltd a Munday May 8, 1939 the Brainerd daily dispatch. Brainerd. Minnesota anti vivisection league demands exhibit at fair anti vivisection league today demanded that Congress investigate Why exhibitors of nude charms were provided ample space at the new York world s fair while the league s display was banned. The vivisection investigation league made its demand in letters to vice president John n. Garner and speaker William b. Bankhead. League official asserted that the fair was financed partly by Federal funds and that their organization was being discriminated against in violation of the const Tutor mrs. Sue m. Farrell league president told the vice president that the fair s denial of the anti vivisection Booth on the grounds it a was a a controversial was not consistent with the fairs practices. A the display of nude bodies at the fair is certainly a highly controversial subject a she wrote. A also we would like to Point out that the american medical association which has been permitted space at the fair is a subject of much controversy at this time so much so in fact that it is under indictment along with its principal officers by the Federal government a we submit there is no question that if so much space can be found at the fair for exhibition of naked bodies there should have been room to show what is being done to protect the dumb animals that have been committed to the care of mrs. Farrell in a sister in Law of col. Robert Ingersoll the famed agnostic. Anti vivisection was a hotly contested Issue in the 1890 when medical men started experimenting on dogs and other Small animals. One of its champions now is mrs. Irene Castle Mclaughlin of the one time famous Castle dancing team. Summer i Ops in Beach accessories there Are several things in the photo above that add to the delights of summer Beach lounging. Among them you May note the hats. The Man wears a new Sun proof Cru Shable Topper of hemp Fibre while his companion prefers an old fashioned Straw Harvest hat Pequot the Henry Groves family moved tuesday to the Richmond House in the West part of town near the lutheran parsonage. Or. And mrs. A. A Jones arrived sunday from Minneapolis to spend the summer at their cottage at Sibley Lake. / mrs. Amelia Hylan spent the week end at her Home in Pequot. Her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Albin Engstrom brought her from the cities. Mrs. Hylan will leave next week for a six Paul still True Brainerd Symbol the reputation built up by Brainerd in presenting its Paul Bunyan exposition is something which per. Lists throughout the year. As stated by Jay Gould of outdoor circus ent. They wish a Bunyan program for suggestions. C. E. Ward of grand Marsh. Wis sends a picture of two enormous. Oxen driven by himself. He writes a a we hear you Are going to have a big Paul Bunyan Celebration in july. We have the worlds larges Snow White oxen which weigh 5,100 pounds. I am an old timer and have driven oxen 60 years. I would a the names of your Celebration com Fame of Glencoe minn., wherever Ward has been informed he has gone in his travels the Paul Bunyan Complex has invariably been associated with Brainerd. The Secretary of the Brainerd Paul Bunyan exposition carries on a continual correspondence with people relating to Paul Bunyan. For instance or. And mrs. Lewis torrent of the Public schools of Muskegon mich., who were sup plied some of the literature write the same was very unique and they wish they could see All the Whis months1 stay with her daughter in Ker it of he ocal men about town Nova Scotia. Mrs. Molesworth and daughter miss Molesworth. Moved from Minneapolis to the Richmond cottage South of the Atwater Home. Or. And mrs. Milton Favrou of Brainerd spent sunday with mrs. Favrou a sister mrs. Warren Cottingham. And family. O. B. Lerstad has rented the l h dudgeon House and expects to move to Pequot about june i. Here he will begin his duties As school band instructor. Or. And mrs. Arnold Derksen attended the retail grocers meeting and show in Brainerd monday night. Or. And mrs. Clarence Hasbrouck Are spending the week with their daughter and family at Alexandria mrs. L. T. Pfeiffer was a Brainerd caller monday. Mrs. Charles Lundberg and mrs. Loe Olds accompanied the Rev. R. W. Thomas to sleepy Eye where the evangelical conference convenes this week. Mrs. Olds is a Delegate from the Grace evangelical Church. She will also visit relatives at Willmar. Or. And mrs. E. S Denning of they understand that shaving be came More or less of a problem in Brainerd several years ago. A we visited Brainerd and Many of your Beautiful lakes ten years ago and Hope to do so again sometime. Will you Send some material to or. E. C Beck mount pleasant mirh.? or Beck is an authority on american folklore and is the head of the English department of Central stat teachers College where we arc now the Superior wis., Golden Jubilee Celebration write it is celebrating the City a 50th anniversary june 14 to 16 in connection with the visit of their Honor guests their Royal High Nesses Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway. They will have dinners luncheons parades a pageant baseball game etc., arranged. However Thoro Are times in the mornings and afternoons when nothing has been arranged at pres there is no Celebration this Yea but Hopes Are High for a splendid rousing exposition in 1940. County softball league to meet at Nisswa Hal the Crow Wing county softball league will hold its opening meet ing wednesday evening at 8 of clock at the Nisswa town Hall it has been announced. The following teams Are expected to join. They Are Nils a. Lake Hubert Pequot fifty lakes and Manhattan Beach. Three More teams Are desired and an one interested in entering a team is invited to the meeting Galento at Denver Denver a Denver fight fans who have heard Little else for the last week except what Tony a Lento experts to do to Champion Joe Louis in their title bout june 28. Will see Galento in action tonight the 240 Pound bartender will meet Fhil Johnson new York negro heavyweight Merrifield were guests at the Mark Cottingham Home sunday. Miss Marjorie Whitney accompanied mrs. Mark Cottingham to Brainerd monday. Shoe repair service noose the tirade to fit your needs. We Cater to people w to care. Harting Kather Sho 321 so. 8th St. My blk Bah 55555h t -.f. ,73 Meyer laundry phone 211�?the Home of zone dry cleaning save time save Money housecleaning specials blankets laundered 20clb curtains laundered Sopr ruffled curtains 60c pair your curtains fresh and clean to Greet Spring and summer. Dried to exact Lizey edges straight Corners Square a Ecru tinted without charge if desired. Phone 211 rugs cleaned 3c pm 9x12 Rug costs $3.25 a a t the original Lustre and Beauty of your rugs restored by thru and thru cleaning which Means the extra process of steaming with live steam which sterilized the entire Rug and restores the Correct a a Lay and Sheen of the Nap. Wool Mill process guaranteed no shrinkage the Nap raised your blankets fresh clean and Fluffy. The same washing process used by Large Woolen Mills a no shrinkage. Returned in Cedar Zed storage bag with identifying cellophane window. Elaborate guard is planned Fos King and Queen Washington of pts the most elaborate arrangements to safeguard human life in the history of this country will be made by Federal and state enforcement agencies for the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth to the United states next months. Both branches of the nation s armed forces secret service agents. A men state and municipal police and the advanced mechanics of crime prevention and detection will he mobilized on a mass scale to insure their safety. The Royal couple and their party will he met Here with much the same pomp and demonstration of military strength that marked the reception Friday of nicaraguan president Anastazio Somoza. But for the first time the army Navy and Marine corps will share direct responsibility for the safety of foreign dignitaries. Rifles w ill be loaded present plans Calls for Between 8.000 and 11,000 to oops to Man the streets of the capital along the line of the King s and Queen s procession from Tho Railroad station to the White House on june 8. Contrary to All precedent on such occasions. A select group will carry loaded rifles with instructions to watch carefully the movements of every person in their sight. It is also planned to have the troops face the crowds instead of having their backs to the spectators As is usual. In addition the Royal couple s automobile will have at least two age secret service men on the running hoards. If weather permits it will he an open car but will have Bullet proof Glass All around. Both secret service and a men will be assigned to their entourage during the entire stay in this country. The size of this group will depend upon the number of personal bodyguards accompanying the King and Queen from Canada hut it is believed that at least 20 Federal agents will he assigned to round the clock guard duty. White House alarm system their majesties will remain on the same train from Canada to Washington and at the Border will be met by american agents. Throughout the entire trip the Royal train we hich will have bulletproof windows will be preceded at a shot distance by a a Pilot Quot train to insure the condition of the Flack. The suite occupied by their majesties at the White House will not be revealed and pedestrians and sightseers will not he allowed to stroll through the White House Yard. The intricate system of Kennedy fete British monarchs at Farewell party saying a a goodbye to King George and Queen Elizabeth Center ambassador and mrs. Joseph p. Kennedy Are shown with the Royal couple at u. S. Embassy party in Honor of British monarchs before they sailed for american visit. Alarms already in the presidential mansion will be augmented and White House Polit will he mounted at every Entrance to the grounds. At All times the Royal couple will be constantly under the vigilance of guards. They will remain at the White House Only one night after which they will go to the spacious British embassy for a Day and a half. During their stay at the embassy secret service agents and a men will be assigned to the neighbourhood. Similar guards will be with them when they go from Washington to new York to Hyde Park and Back to Canada. Roosevelt talks with Hopkins and Douglas Washington Roosevelt conferred today aboard the presidential yacht Potomac with two of i most respected advisors on business Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins and associate Justice William o. Douglas of the supreme court. Or. Roosevelt Hopkins and Douglas boarded the yacht yesterday afternoon for an overnight cruise Down the Potomac River. The party was scheduled to return before noon today. Ostensibly designed As a pleasure cruise to escape unseasonably warm weather in the capital the trip was significant to those expecting the administration to open a new drive toward business recovery this week Olav and Martha go to Rochester to see or. Mayo Northfield. Minn. A ii in a Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway leave Here today for Rochester where they will visit 77 year old or. William Mayo co founder of the world famous clinic bearing his name. They will Call on the noted physician in is. Mary s Hospital where he is recuperating from major abdominal surgery and while in Rich Cater will inspect the Mayo clinic. The Royal party s Progress through Minnesota has taken on the a it evian up of a triumphal March. It was estimated that nearly 75,000 Minnesota residents have turned out to Greet the Royal party on its trip. Shortly after noon yesterday the Royal party entered Minnesota of Prosper where formal greeting were extended by adjutant general Ellard a. Walsh on behalf of the state and governor Harold e. Stirs sen who is in Washington. General Walsh however told the Crown Prince and Princess that governor Stassen a looks Forward to greeting you in person in Moorhead the morning of june to a when the Royal visitors will return to Minnesota after visiting the san Francisco worlds fair. Family objects to girl s marriage to son of Sec. Ekes Chicago cd Lmh the Honey Moon of Robert h. Ickes 25, Foster son of Secretary of the Interior Harold l. Ickes and the former Martelle Charlotte Levine 19, was clouded today by objections from the Bride s family. The couple eloped and were married saturday night at a methodist episcopal Church parsonage at lie lain Ohio. The Bride s brother Bernard. Disclosed the marriage lust night. He said his family had opposed the couple s Romance during the four years she had been acquainted with ekes. He said his sister left Home wednesday night and later wired that she was with a girl Friend at Pittsburgh where ekes is employed As an Engineer. Likes notified him of the marriage yesterday in a Telegram asking the family a Blessing. Levine said his motive mrs. Bessie Levine was at Dallas Texas visiting her Mother. A i done to approve of this and t know Mother wont a he said. A i think my sister is too Young for marriage. A but i suppose the Only thing to do is wish them two persons die in Road crashes by United press week end traffic took the live of at least two persons in Minnesota. The victims were Beatrice Giever 21, Faribault mrs. Carl Brandt of Roseau. Miss Giever a student nurse at St. Mary s Hospital in Minneapolis was fatally injured while on a motorcycle ride with Arthur Fussner 25. Of new Ulm near fort Snelling. They and two other couples on motorcycles were returning to the City when two of the cycles bumped. Fussner s got out of control and toppled in the path of an automobile driven by e. A. Wishneu 22, of Eveleth a Soldier returning to the fort. Miss Giever and fussiness were found unconscious on the pavement. She died in the Post Hospital. Mrs. Brandt was fatally injured in a head on collision on Highway 32, one half mile South of Greenbush. She was a passenger in a car Donven by Kenneth Nichols returning from a District meeting of the adventist Church at thief River Falls. The Driver of the other machine Algon Gulseth of thief River Falls and his Cousin Beulah Gulseth of Strathcona. Were seriously injured and were taken to Roseau Hospital. Gulseth was charged with intoxication. His Cousin had a broken upper jaw and both eyes injured. Also injured in the car with mrs. Brandt were her husband prominent in Northern Minnesota Farmers Union circles Cut forehead a daughter Carol Brandt head injuries a Aon. Clifton Brandt owner of the ear two ribs broken Mabel Sorenson cuts about face and broken Angora Phyllis Anderson minor Arni cuts and Nichols Driver of the machine a fractured hip. On the trans Atlantic Clipper there will be a Crew of a oven not counting the stewards a Captain first officer Pilot second officer Pilot third officer Pilot navigator Engineer officer radio officer and a Junior flight officer. 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