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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch the total medium serving the Brainerd Trade area in the heart of the Lake Region dial 82 9-4705 member of the associated Presa Brainerd Minnesota 56401, saturday May 22, 1965 Kino Peature service Ana news service a copy to cents vol. 91-no. 246 . Raid destroys Barracks 37 buildings destroyed Only 60 Miles South of communist capital Saigon Viet Nam apr a massive Force of . Air Force planes slammed bombs into the Quang Suoi military Barracks in North Viet Nam today in the closest raid so far to the communist capital of Hanoi. Ninety air Force jets destroyed 37 buildings in the target area which stretched from 55 to 60 Miles due South of Hanoi . Military spokesmen said. On one previous occasion . Planes had gone nearer to Hanoi but that was to drop leaflets. Return safely All the planes returned safely and no enemy aircraft were seen a . Spokesman said. No planes were reported lost in today a series of air strikes which began with Small scale Navy reconnaissance raids shortly after Midnight and ended with the mass assault on Quang Soui Barracks Early this afternoon. 80 planes involved forty . Air Force f105 thunderchief bombers struck the Quang Soui Barracks escorted by 50 support jets. A . Spokesman said the aircraft ranged Over the target area for 45 minutes. Then the air Armada moved South to Phuoc qui ammunition depot too Miles South of Hanoi and destroyed six buildings and damaged another four. The . Planes dropped 75 tons of bombs Over both targets. They were mostly 750 Pounders a . Spokesman said. Ground fire was reported intense Over Quang Soui but no enemy aircraft were seen. . Navy planes also hammered at Road targets and a naval station. Ships bombed at to . Planes from the Midway cruising in the Gulf of Tonkin hit a vietnamese Navy it boat hidden under camouflage and being towed by a trawler. Many hits were made on both ships with rockets and machine gun fire a . Spokesman said. The trawler was left burning. Vietnamese air Force planes joined in at i . With an armed reconnaissance raid United states continued on Page 2 lawmakers Are to close session on time Midnight is deadline for passing Bills legislative question St. Paul apr this was the last w Ork Day of Minnesota a legislature and majority Leader Aubrey Dirlam said the chances will gov. Rolvaag veto reapportionment Bill Back on tracks the last of five boxcars which derailed at the Oak Street crossing Early thursday morning was put Back on the tracks shortly after noon yesterday. This photo shows the car being gently lowered on its wheels after being pulled from the ditch. It took a 160-on Crane to lift one end. Ather Crane was on the other end. Dispatch photo Paul Bunyan event june 18-20 plans Are now All but Complete for the Brainerd Paul Bunyan carnival which will be held in Brainerd june 18, 19 and 20. Included will be everything from a Queen pageant to horse shows and in Between will be a Lumberjack Ball a big Parade a water ski show and a Fly in breakfast. Events will begin with a 5 . Friday june 18, horse show at the Crow Wing county Fairgrounds located just South of Brainerd on 13th Street. The . Considers two More islands for nuclear tests by Frank Carey Lier the release of a highly Cen Washington apr the sorted version of secret Estimo turn clocks ahead tonight St. Paul apr Minnesota clocks officially move ahead one hour at 2 . Sunday when the state goes on Daylight saving time. Legal fast time quiets at least until fall the twin cities time difference dispute. St. Paul was among two dozen Minnesota communities that went on Daylight saving time ahead of schedule. Minneapolis does no to turn its clocks ahead until 2 . Sunday. St. Paul also has said it will remain on fast time until the last sunday in october when most of the Eastern states return to Standard time. Minnesota Slegal end to St this year is 2 . Sept. 7. The states time squabble failed to cause a stir in the legislature. The Rural dominated general legislation committee voted Down two fast time proposals Friday. With the legislature in its final hours no Daylight saving time proposals Are expected to be heard this session. Vote to end senatorial debate seen by Walter r. Mears Washington apr democratic strategists claimed today the votes a plus a Bonus margin a to end the Senate debate on president Johnson a voting rights Bill. A it will take two thirds of the senators voting to Clamp Down on the talk when the showdown comes tuesday one hour after the Senate begins its 24th Day on the Bill. That would mean 67 votes if All too senators were on hand. Privately democrats said they could Supply 47 of that number. But aides said sen. Frank Church a Idaho does not plan to be in Washington for the vote. If the democrats meet their forecast at least 20 Republican votes would be needed for the Senate to invoke cloture a its debate limitation Rule. Gop Leader Everett m. Dirksen already has said he can deliver 24 votes. An associated press Survey put the count now at 58 to 26, with eight senators undecided and eight so far undisclosed. Two democrats who announced they favor cloture a Joseph Montoya of new Mexico and Ross Bass of Tennessee a occupy the Senate seats held last year by men who opposed it. Democratic aides did not identify the third shift they Hope to see tuesday. Sen. Albert Gore d-tenn., who opposed cloture in 1964, said he has not yet decided How he will vote. Other democrats stuck with the positions they took in the 1964 vote when 44 of them voted to halt the civil rights debate. But sen. Carl Curtis r-neb., who voted to end the 1964 debate said he will vote against cloture tuesday. Curtis said he would favor debate limitation later but not next week. Sen. Bourke b. Hickenlooper of Iowa chairman of the Republican policy committee and another supporter of the 1964 clo Given by the presidents club of Ture move said he was not pre-1 new York. Members contribute pared to disclose his stand on at least $1,000 a year to the tuesdays vote. Democratic party. Beauty pageant Parade horse shows slated Here by Adolph Johnson a As a narrow partisan ruthless St. Paul apr a big gerrymandering in debate question Mark Hung Over the which preceded its approval. Of the session ending As sched Jav Minnesota legislature As it some liberals predicted the used tonight look a pretty i neared the close of its 1965 ses governor Dirlam was asked by minor j Sjon Ity Leader Fred Cina As the House closed operations Friday Karl Rolvaag do about the leg mean a special session. Night if the legislature would Isla Tive reapportionment Hill j without signature end on time and made that Compromise Hill worked comment. He also added would veto it. This could mean a test in the state the question what will gov. Supreme court and it could kick off event is called crazy Day horse a Rama and features a variety of amusing games and contests. The featured event of the evening will be the greased pig contest. Following right on the heels of this show the same night will be the miss Brainerd pageant which will begin at 8 . In the Washington High school auditorium. The pageant will include evening gown swimsuit and Talent divisions. A huge revolving platform will be used on the High school stage to present each of the More than a dozen Candida is other today but its members master of ceremonies will be declined to discuss what had Charlie Boone of Waco radio. I transpired. There were reports if the i Idle hyc . J the Compromise Bill worked others among the governors. Out by the conference commit supporters suggested he might the tax c conference commit tee was described by liberals allow the Bill to become Law tee is still out and so is the con without his signature Ference committee on the state # department Bill but the welfare a i Compromise will come up today i i5vji i Ivio 11 and the situation appears Well i in Dies in crash deadline tonight Midnight tonight is the dead a Tel of of line to pass Bills and adjourn i Luvly a Fli Mem is monday. J Martjn l Girar a 21, Sauk i largest single Bill and among in Vaj group ? r rapids and formerly of Garri those awaiting the governors Ings Friday and scheduled an san was Kiuei Friday when his signature was the $503 million car collided with a livestock education Bill. Truck during a heavy rainstorm near Sauk rapids. The livestock truck was drive the plan moves 5 Senate seats and to House seats from Rural to Urban areas to match population shifts. During its final week the legislature completed or neared final action on appropriations Bills totalling about $780 million. Before a conference committee were House and Senate versions of an income tax Bill Esti the following morning will i that the committee had been see events get off to an Early Given two sets of figures to work a a j mated to raise $51.5 million Dor Start with a nationally approved with. In by Hal it a inc the next two Quarter horse show beainninc1 on set Indira pm the Ppd for ind. The Accident happened Quot. A v u to t. -7 p via the need Tori Hilt _ mip North of Quill ran amount originally estimated As at 7 . In this show the horses $7.5 to $10 million in new Money about a Milf North 01 5 311,4 Kap will be judged at Halter. There in addition to the $51.5 million ids on Highway to. Are also Halter classes that expected from the income tax the truck was carrying a Load morning for the non registered Bill already approved by the1 of 9,000 Chicks. Hall and his Pas horses. A Large Parade will begin at la House and Senate. The other Senger Vernon Miller 19, mid figures reportedly indicated that Leburg ind., received minor in-. And wind its Way the income tax Bill would be juries through the streets of Brainerd adequate to meet Revenue needs i the victim was born in North United states is considering using two additional islands in the Central Pacific As part of its nuclear weapons test facilities if a decision should Ever be made to resume atmospheric testing. It also is preparing readiness plans for an a underwater weapons effects test if the limited test ban treaty outlawing All but underground tests is broken. This became known today aft president rests at Camp David Thurmont my. Apr president and mrs. Johnson spent the night at Camp David the presidential Retreat near Here. The Johnsons flew to the Cato tin Mountain Camp by helicopter Friday night. The 60-mile trip from Washington took 25 minutes. Johnson was scheduled to Fly to new York City later today to attend a dinner for Large financial contributors to the democratic party. The dinner at the Waldorf Astoria hotel is being by Given Congress several months ago on the status of the nations nuclear weapons program. The two tiny islands a which would be used Only As Sites for test monitoring instruments a Are Baker and Howland islands both discovered by american whalers in the Early 19th Century they Are located near the Equator about 1,000 Miles Southwest of Johnston Island the land base for any future Low Altitude or High Altitude nuclear test blasts in the Pacific. The United states has previously disclosed that its Pacific testing area a the site for testing the most powerful types of weapons a has been made ready to resume atmospheric testing a on Short notice if the soviet Union or any other signatory Breaks the limited test ban treaty. Of the worlds five nuclear Powers France and red China have not signed the pact while Britain the soviet Union and the United states have. William j. Howard assistant to the Secretary of defense disclosed that testing could begin anywhere from two to six plans Call for about too units to be included in the Parade. It will feature units ranging All the Way from a scottish band Clad in Kilts to riders in native arabian costumes on horses. The end of the Parade will see the beginning of the afternoon horse show at the Fairgrounds. A variety of games races and Paul Bunyan Days continued on Page 2 sufficient to balance the budget. Falls Short however late computations indicated the proposal would fall Short by possibly $8 to $10 million. Although the governor has said he would veto a sales tax Bill the Senate tax committee would set the Spanish priest Heads jesuits Vatican City apr the very Rev. Pedro Arripe a Spanish priest who is also a medical doctor was elected general of the jesuits today at a secret conclave of roman catholicism a biggest and most influential religious order. Father Arripe a 58-year-old Basque who earned a name As a smooth administrator in running the multinational Jesuit province in Japan the past seven years was chosen in a secret vote at the Headquarters of the society of Jesus the Jesuit order at the Edge of Vatican City. A majority of the 218 electors representing Jesuit provinces around the world elected him on the third ballot in a half Day voting session. He succeeds the very Rev. Jean Baptiste Janssens a belgian who died last october after running the order for 18 years. Presbyterian delegates debate changes in Creed by John f. Wheeler Columbus Ohio apr an historic confession of Faith which sees the Bible in a changed Light gets its preliminary test before the nations biggest presbyterian body today. It was expected to set off spirited discussion among the 835 voting delegates representing the 3.5-million-member United presbyterian Church in the .a. A Church spokesman summed up the confession like this the Bible is a the revelation of gods acts a but it is not infallible if taken literally. Or. Eugene Carson Blake stated clerk and chief administrative officer of the Church said he expected attempts by minority factions to defer or Amend the confession. Or. Blake added however he is hopeful the proposal will emerge in Resolution form ready for debate during the annual presbyterian meeting. Proposal to ban dominican Aid Defeated in in but none would say if any attempt would be made on the last Day to hand gov. Karl Rolvaag a sales tax despite his threat of a veto. Rolvaag said last week he would veto any sales tax Bill. In what could be the last work United nations . Apr the . Security Council rejected today a Resolution introduced by Uruguay and sup ported by France calling on All Senate House states to refrain from giving military Aid to either Side in the dominican civil War. The vote was 5 to i with 5 abstentions. Seven votes Are required for approval in the 11-nation Council. Voting yes were France the and Uruguay. The soviet Union cast the Lone no vote. Bolivia China the Netherlands Britain and the United states abstained. . Ambassador Adlai e. Stevenson told the Council the United states objected to the extra $30 million Sioux City s. D., aug. 25, 1943. The lawmakers had been con he is survived by his wife Bev rident the $51.5 million Bill Erly one daughter Debra Ann App Ved one would be adequate. This Bill at Home his parents or. And j 1 new would tap individual taxpayers1 mrs. George Girard Garrison \tt3je at 3/2 per cent to r an for an extra $30 million in the two Brothers Edmond minnea get mated a year next two years by raising tax Polis and Albert Sauk rapids sponsors said this would prorated i and one sister mrs. Clifford col a de Money to replace personal the 10-Man conference co leu North Sioux City s. I property taxes Grant financial Mittee All conservatives is funeral services will be 2 p. Friendly to the sales tax concept m monday at the Halvorson some real estate tax Relief and Johnson funeral Home the Rev. Also Frederick Krueger officiating. Burial will be in the Garrison cemetery Friday. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from sunday evening until the time of services. Two other minnesotans were killed in accidents last night and Early today. Mrs. Clifford Hoglund of near Carlos was killed about 12 30 . When her car was struck by a Soo line passenger train on the Carlos crossing about six Miles North of Alexandria. Mrs. Hoglund in her 40s, was in route Home from her Alexandria restaurant Job when the Senate and acc Dent happened. The car struck in the Middle was carried several Hundred feet Down the track. Duane l. Boe 19, of Rural Pelican rapids was killed Friday night in an Accident on a township Road about four Miles of. A re Only panic West of Vergas. William Mog Rubin bring staff patient ratios Down Berk a about 20, Pelican rapids f r a. 1, or 100 Iriina a Ith rap Mac Tabor to a Tajii civic legislators continued on Page 2 a a a a groups agree on welfare fund St. Paul a House conferees reported agreement late Friday on a welfare Ivory coast Jordan Malaysia b it a it ing 170-39 Tho co Rio m "10&Quot for the next two years. Resolution because it did not months after the go ahead Sig give sufficient recognition to the a vote on the confession the major Issue before the Assembly is expected tuesday. Approval would Only Start the confession on a Long constitutional trip including submission for endorsement by two thirds of the denomination which takes two years. The proposal a a Brief contemporary statement of Faith a would add in Modem language 5,000 words of presbyterian beliefs to the 10,000-word Westminster confession the churches traditional guide since 1647. Six other historic Christian statements also would be added. Unlike the Westminster confession which declared god is a the author of the scriptures a the new confessional affirms that men were involved in producing them. Nal had been Given depending upon the nature of the Testa. He also said the Johnston Island facilities have been a greatly improved since tests were last conducted there in 1962. That the government is at least considering using two new islands for deploying a special diagnostic equipment conceive ably could mean that any re a role being played by the organization of american states Oas in the dominican crisis. The Bill stresses improvements in hospitals for the mentally retarded authorizing 421 new staff positions. This would Laid to municipalities provide tax Relief and enrich the state general Revenue fund. Among other big Bills sent to the governor was one bringing governor continued on Page 2 Money Bill status St. Paul apr Here is the status of major Money Bills As the Minnesota legislature Heads into its final Bill passing Dav 1964-65 gov. Final millions of dollars. Semi state $2.7 $2.4 $2.7 state depts. 73.9 91.0 x 144.3 1.76.8 170.4 414.5 515.0 5.03.1 19.9 25.4 24.1 655.4 810.9 a a House Bill totalled $80.8 million Senate Bill $83 million. Welfare education Highway totals from the present 1-3.5 to 1-2.9. Ridin8 with Boe was taken to a. The spending program com a troit lakes Hospital. His con Denver Colo. Apr High pares with $170.2 million Recom-1 edition was 8ood the car went Rte Hool pupils estimated by mended by the Senate and $172.6 out control and rolled Over. Police As a a couple of thousands million tossed by the House the deaths raised Minnesota Strong Friday night replaced million passed by House. Fata ties for he year o who had demonstrated 203, compared with 277 through at the University of Denver this Date a year ago. Senate continued on Page 2 in tries to extend 24-hour dominican cease fire pact into permanent truce wednesday and thursday nights. A police spokesman said the teen agers harassed motorists overturned a construction truck and looted service stations of signs tires and other portable objects. Arrests were made one officer said but no exact number sued testing would involve i some novel events a by Robert Berrellez their lines. The area is about 81 Tion which would have the la the word about the islands i. Santo Domingo Domin City blocks wide and 12 blocks nation Security Council Call for was available. A it Quot a re Long. A lasting cease fire. At the same time at the uni the truce which ends at noon in Washington . Strategy Verity of Colorado in Boulder each about one Square mile in i lean Republic a the 1 area a came out in testimony de nations sought today to a Given to the Senate House joint tend. Tie 24-hour truce in the committee on atomic Energy j dominican Republic into a last by Brig. Gen. Delmar Crowson director of the atomic Energy commissions division of military application. He indicated that no firm decision had been made to use the islands. Vinson confirmed Washington apr Fred Vinson jr., son of the chief Justice of the United states was confirmed by the ing cease fire. Before the shooting stopped at noon Friday the military situation had developed into a standoff Between the two warring factions. This made diplomats optimistic on the cease fire prospects. The civilian military Junta fought with tanks and machine guns right up to the deadline a former Friday and was reported to Thant have crushed rebel resistance in Northern Santo Domingo. This. Left the rebels with their Down the words of the scriptures Senate Friday As an assistant town stronghold which is sealed attorney general. He will head off by . Troops who have hours. The Justice departments Crimi i strict orders not to allow armed Jordan and several other Nanal division. Forces from either Side through tons were working on a resold churches continued on Page 2 strategy today was negotiated by the its said prospects for a solution some 800 to 1,000 students red Cross and the United a to the dominican crisis have swarmed into the Steets and tons to evacuate the dead and taken a turn for the better and blocked traffic for about two wounded. Secretary general u j chances for a permanent cease hours until rain ended the Active 1 fire Are brighter. Thev eau Ity around 12 30. Toned that much remained to the rioting began on the Den i be done. Iver University Campus wednes the United states announced Day night with an attempted it would withdraw some 1,700 of panty raid of Colorado woman suits 23,000 troops in the Domin College. I ican Republic. The number to a Quot Quot 1 a j be pulled out is about equal to a the number of troops being sent security1 in by latin american nations Council Friday that his repro under the auspices of the or through sunday. Showers and tentative in Santo Domingo,1 a animation of american states j thunderstorms Southwest half Jose Antonio Mayobre was try . Officials said a sizable tonight and West and South ing to extend it another 24 . Contingent and some inter sunday. Cool Low tonight so United nations . Apr Secretary general u Thant told the . Security Council today that the head of the military civilian Junta in Santo Domingo had refused to extend the 24-hour truce. Told the . Weather Minnesota Cloudy United nations continued on Page 2 42 Northeast 40-52 West and South. High sunday in sos. To a

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