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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch the total medium serving the Brainerd Trade area1 in the heart of the Lake Region Magnuson for pal problem party embarrassed though Case against brought by Minnesota Del officials by Gerry Nelson St. Paul apr the Rocky i game of politics seems to have More tricks than treats for Minnesota a democratic Farmer labor party this year. But the Del never known to shrink from the rough and Tumble seems to be ambling along toward the 1966 elections without Public despair. Latest Shock to the Del came Friday when a member of gov. Karl Rolvaag a administration insurance commissioner Cyrus Magnusson was indicted on charges of fraud by a Federal grand jury in Minneapolis. Magnusson for some months has been on the outs with his own party and the charges against were the work of members of that party. Del connections nevertheless he has connections in two Del administrations. He was appointed originally by gov. Orville Freeman and reappointed by gov. Karl Rolvaag. The investigation against Magnusson was carried out by . Atty. Miles lord and atty. Gen. Robert Mattson both Deflers. Last july the Del was shaken up by the much publicized sugar Hills conference at which party chieftains decided that Rolvaag was not making enough headway with voters to warrant backing a second time. With that Burr under his Saddle Rolvaag has been making like a candidate Ever since. Credit Union and Back in March the closing of the state Capitol credit Union earned the Rolvaag Camp the enmity of Many state employees who found their savings tied up for six months. The closure was ordered by banking commissioner John Chisholm a Rolvaag appointee. Fridays insurance charges add fresh fuel to the Intra party squabble revolving around it. Gov. A. M. Keith of Rochester who some say is Rolvaag a chief rival. Keith once was an attorney for one of the insurance firms mentioned in the Federal indictment. But he denied any deeper relationships and said he quit As soon As he found the firm was making improper use of his name. Yet Keith has been the target of repeated sniping from republicans demanding a further explanation. About the Only Consolation for the Del in 1965 has been that its troubles have been aired so Long and so loud there Hasni to been much space in the news for the republicans. Daylight savings time ends in East sunday morning new York apr Daylight saving time ends at 2 . Sunday when about half the nation turns the clock Back to Standard time. St is observed in 31 states but it is not uniform. Some areas have already returned to Standard time and in some states Observance is not statewide. Returning to Standard time sunday morning Are new England the Middle Atlantic states the District of Columbia the upper Midwest Colorado Nevada the Pacific coast and parts of Virginia Alabama and Kentucky. Iowa most of Virginia and parts of Ohio returned to Standard time last month. Daylight time began in most areas april 25. Dial �?�2 9-4/05 Mamba of the Atao Clauad Prat Brainerd Minnesota 56401, saturday october 30, 1965 Kino Paa fur Sarvich and Haws Sarvich Singh copy to cents vol. 92-no. 74 massive n. Y. March backs policy John Bromfield better known to nationwide to viewers As the a sheriff of Cochise and a a a. S. Marshal a paid a visit to Brainerd Friday and stamped Paul Bunyan vacationland As a pretty country and a sportsman a Paradise. Bromfield second from right is shown being interviewed by sports editor Jim Wallace left at the Brainerd daily dispatch. The California native who shortly will be featured As a emr. Sportsman in the new color to show a the world of or. Sportsman a is touring the state in behalf of the Chicago sportsmen a show feb. 11-20. He has been a part of this show the past seven years even while heading 205 Cochise and u. S. Marshal programs. The former football Star and commercial Fisherman from Venice California took time out Friday morning to shoot eight ducks with a .410 pump gun at Anoka a game farm and was hoping to do some fishing in the grand rapids Bemidji and International Falls area while touring with Willard Murfin sales manager of the Chicago show next to Brainerd c of c manager Jack Laimer above and boyhood Friend Chuck Delaney of Anoka right who lined up fridays shoot. Bromfield As tvs a emr. Sportsman and with his great love and knowledge of the outdoors figures to be the Central figure in most of the programs which will have a wide scope. A eighteen year old Luci Johnson and her Boyfriend Pat Nugent of Waukegan 111., Are spending the weekend at the lbs ranch amid unconfirmed reports they Are Here to seek four drown in flight from Cuba key West. Fla. Apr Long feared tragedy has struck the Small boat exodus of cuban refugees fleeing their Homeland. An exile reaching key West Friday reported that four of his Crew mates apparently drowned oct. 21 after their 54-foot boat Sank in the Florida Straits. The survivor Mario Castellanos 39, of Newark n.j., said he and Albio Alvarez 32, also of Newark floated on a raft three Days without food or water before being picked up by cuban fishermen. A your raft started leaking a said Castellanos. A the four men apparently panicked and jumped into the water. There is. Order and promoting Pride in no Hope that they were saved. I. _ a a five other exiles sampling a break Quot Gay no a to beat a deadline set by prime1 0&Quot y v minister Fidel Castro on bringing relatives and friends out of Cuba were rescued Friday night a few Miles off key West by the coast guard. Reports say Luci seeking dad s permission to wed schools show new evidence of support by Jerry Buck new York apr thousands demonstrating support a for u. S. Policy in Viet Nam marched Down fifth Avenue today. The Parade led by five medal of Honor winners took the same route As a demonstration i two weeks ago protesting Amer Jinan involvement in the Viet Nam War. The Parade chairman City councilman Matthew j. Tro it jr., estimated the number of marchers today would exceed 100,000. Five holders of the medal of Honor the nations highest military decoration Are grand marshals for the demonstration billed As an answer to the anti Viet Nam protests two weeks ago marines drive off reds in hand to hand fighting by Ronald i. Deutsch said 56 Viet Cong Many of them Saigon South Viet Nam teen agers were killed. He de a �?. Marines using Pis scribed casualties among the Tols and fighting hand to hand 300 marines As moderate from their tents beat off a a Ubu one Marine squad however Man wave assault by the Viet was badly mauled. Two of its 14 Cong in the Early morning dark-1 men were killed and the rest Ness today to Miles Southwest of Danang. A . Military by Frances Lewine president and mrs. Johnson a Johnson City Tex. A i permission to marry. The reports were said to have come from a longtime family Friend in Austin Tex., but White House spokesmen Here and in Washington would not verify them. Fri head sees dangers in civil obedience move two Young men killed in crash Washington apr director a Edgar Hoover today civil disobedience increase the nations crime problem and Lead to anarchy. A sowing contempt for Law and Fri crime problem a the Fri chief said j said in an editorial message in will the bureaus november Law enforcement bulletin. Hoover did not mention any i any hints. All that was confirmed was that vivacious dark haired Luci and tall Blond Pat flew to the ranch together Friday afternoon aboard an air Force courier plane. Not unusual that Wasny to unusual a House spokesman said Luci frequently brings friends to the ranch. The president convalescing from his Gall bladder kidney Stone surgery was keeping to a relaxed Light schedule and had no weekend appointments. If the family gathering was an indication of a forthcoming engagement announcement no one at the ranch was giving out by the associated press two Young men who were students at a technical school the Parade was new evidence were billed Early today when a a they came boy groups or individuals by name. However civil rights and Paci Pat about 23, has been dating Luci steadily since they met an acceleration of a serious senator Edward Kennedy makes visit to Singapore Singapore apr sen. Edward m. Kennedy flies into this newly Independent nation today for a two Day fact finding visit. The Massachusetts senator will meet with Singapore prime minister Lee Kuan Yew who has been critical in recent weeks of . Policy in Southeast Asia. Veronica Lake awarded $2,849 Back salary Miami flu. Apr actress Veronica Lake has been awarded $2,849 for Back salary for an appearance in a goodbye Charlie a at the Galery restaurant. Miss Lake under her real name of Constance Keane won the judgment from Terry Darling and his wife Lorraine operators of the restaurant. She said she had contracted to play three weeks at $1,250 a week with options. She refused to appear july 4 after a paycheck signed by Terry Darling for $2,175 was returned marked a insufficient can corporation elects Minneapolis apr Northwest ban corporation announced Friday the election of Henry t. Rutledge As president. Rutledge who has been executive vice president of Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis will succeed Goodrich Lowry. Peace formula for dominican Republic studied Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr the provisional dominican government is considering a peace formula that would include exiling key participants in last april a revolt. Authoritative sources said Friday president Hector Gar Cia Godoy is weighing this move As part of an Over All reorganization of the armed forces. The president May also reshuffle his Cabinet the sources said. Recent killings were touched off by the crisis which stems from a demand by pro rebel Cabinet members to oust several military leaders. Disputes Between rebels and the military have divided this nation since the revolt. Fist groups and opponents of the Early this summer through my United states Viet Nam policy i Tual friends a one of them Beth have used civil disobedience As Jenkins daughter of former a Means of protest. J presidential assistant Walter or. Martin Luther King jr., a Jen Lens civil rights Leader with whom graduation Hoover has clashed publicly Nugent went to Lucius sur graduation party of Welling support for . Policy in Viet Nam. Elsewhere other signs of support appeared particularly on the College Campus. Backed by mayor the new York March has the White peking of mayor Robert f. Since Wagner and the City Council. It is cosponsored by City councilman Matthew j. Troy or. And the new York journal Amer can. Among those scheduled to participate Are veterans groups labor tons citations and a number of hungarian a Freedom a a silent Vigil against the Viet Nam War will be held at the same time by several peace organizations in times Square. In Memphis tenn., the inter their car crashed at the trance to Como Park in St wounded the spokesman said. The Viet Cong also mortared spokesman the . Special forces Camp at plei me in the Central Highlands and launched a flurry of new assaults in the Mekong Delta. Young boy killed a 13-year-old boy was among the Viet Cong dead at Danang. Marines said he had been Selling soft drinks to american in the area and they found drawings of key . Installation on his body. A we dropped a lot of Viet Cong with pistols a said sgt. Harry dowdy of Salisbury my. Right up to our envies. We fired at a Range of to Paul. four other persons were killed the assault by an estimated in Minnesota traffic accidents Friday including an unidentified pedestrian carrying a bed Roll on his Back when he was hit by a car. Minnesota a traffic toll for the too Viet Cong from a Force of 400, was the second against marines in the Danang area since thursday when a Viet Cong suicide squad infiltrated the Marble Mountain air facility year Rose to 659 or 32 behind Jand destroyed and damaged 38 the Pace one year ago. Helicopters. Danang is the site St Paul police identified to it Ose of he by american air base 380 fatally injured at Como Park As Northeast Saron. Tony r. Kramer 200, Farmington w. Va., and Herbert a. Go Schwind jr., 21, Calloway overran positions. Guerr was broke through and fraternal Organiza we a / the Marine defense perimeter youth and student Assof authorities said the pair w today and overran Bunker Posi roommates in Minneapolis and1 011 of a attended Northwest Institute of v it president endorses Beanie in statement by Secretary by Ray Kohn new York apr Democrat Abraham d. Beame has received the political shot in the he had been waiting and hoping for a the endorsement for mayor by president Johnson. Members of the Beame team wore ecstatic smiles Friday when the word came from Austin Tex., through White House press Secretary Bill d. Moyers that a emr. Beame knows the president is for . If the president were living in new York and were Able to cast his vote that vote would go to or. Beame currently City comptroller called it a Quot great rep. John v. Lindsay Republican Liberal who is running neck and neck with Beame in Straw polls commented a a in la continue to run on my William f. Buckley jr., the conservative party candidate was asked if he would lose any sleep Over the presidents action. A no a Buckley replied. A i would have lost a lot of sleep if j remains has advocated use of civil disobedience by an oppressed minority faced with Laws it considers morally unjust a but Only when the group is willing to accept penalties. Hoover described the doctrine of civil disobedience As the a startling theory that if one does not agree with a Law and believes it to be morally unjust he May disregard it to achieve a particular in some quarters Hoover wrote a it already appears that the social stigma formerly attached to lawbreakers is being replaced by sympathy for their actions and an irrational hostility to Law Hoover asked a where is the line to be drawn against the snowball effect of civil disobedience wilfully disobeying Misdemeanour statutes today and committing felonies tomorrow is a logical regression from a government of Law to an anarchic no matter what the goal of groups who practice civil disobedience Hoover said a a the fact that a peaceful heal technology in that City. Authorities in Grant county in extreme Western Minnesota sought to learn the identity of the pedestrian killed near nor prise graduation party at the White House june i and took her to his senior prom at Marquette University in Milwaukee three Days later. Since then the dates have continued in Washington where Nugent now works in Wisconsin and his Hometown in Illinois always under the Eye of Lucius constant secret service escort. Paths father Gerard p. Nugent sr., a Waukegan investment Counselor said Friday night he knew nothing of any engagement plans. Young Nugent is a roman Catholic and Luci formerly an Episcopalian converted to catholicism on her 18th birthday last july 2. Government Job after his graduation from Marquette in june Nugent went to Washington where he got a government Job with the advisory Board on higher education. His military draft status is said to be 1a and friends report he has been considering six months on air Force Active duty which could have triggered engagement talk. A freshman at Georgetown six he had endorsed at a news conference Beame said that he knew the presidents endorsement was in the making. A coming on the heels of vice president Hubert Humphreys endorsement at last tuesdays dinner it is a big lift to the Campaign a he said. Beamed a reference was to a $100 a plate democratic dinner in new York. A i never had any doubt about it since our meeting Early in october when the president was signing the immigration Bill at the statue of at the dinner Humphrey heartily endorsed Beame hut conveyed Only the presidents a warm the Lack of an outright presidential endorsement caused a flurry of speculation. Humphrey telephoned Beame Friday that he planned to return to new York before tuesdays election and stump for . Thy orderly society cannot sex University a school of nursing is now or Ever if each individual May determine which Laws he is going to obey and which he is not. A civil disobedience and unwillingness of Many to the Brainerd daily dispatch today is beginning to publish the names and addresses of servicemen and women who Are serving in Viet Nam. Friends and relatives have been asked by the dispatch to Send the names and addresses to the editor. The names and addresses will be published in order to encourage area residents to write letters to these men and women expressing appreciation for their sacrifices in Viet Nam. The first name received is Charles l. Whitney . 3 a medical co., 1st Marine Denfield f. . Fpo san Francisco Calif. City Council of College students try. Lucy Cut has adopted the men of the it Fogt Day the a a a a Jam has brigade of the 101st division now in Viet Nam. 20,000 students the Council representing United states continued on Page 2 a a a a name published of Serviceman in Viet Nam airborne i11 by a car driven on Highway 9 by Stanley e. Berger 59, Herman Minn. Berger was not held. Highway patrolmen said the victim appeared to have been about 45. He carried no identification. Kenneth j. Markham 49, of Rural Lyle Minn., was killed Friday night when the car he was driving struck a Bridge abutment on a county Road Southeast of Austin. Markham was alone in the car. Crash continued on Page 2 Mccarthy sees inequities in selective service Duluth Minn. Apr sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy d Minn., says inequities in selective service Laws probably contribute to demonstrations against u. S. Policy in Viet Nam. In Duluth for a a Faith in life religious program Mccarthy said Friday that Congress should a take a Good hard look at existing draft Laws a especially standards As to who should be drafted. Luci has been working hard at her studies reportedly doing Well but cutting out any official White House duties to keep up the with the Tough curriculum. Re solve their differences by Stab beae reports sea a listed Legal Means will surely Lead to the destruction of the into school foundation institutions which protect their j Street. England apr a freedoms. A it is Folly to hold that a Utopia of individual rights will Rise from the destruction of respect for new Junior College planned for cities St. Paul apr or. Phillip c. Holland executive director of the state Junior College Board says a new Junior College will open in the Northwest suburbs next fall possibly in Osseo Junior High school. A permanent site will be chosen after a few years in the Osseo site Helland added. Beatles record has been sealed in the foundations of a new school in West England for posterity. The record a twist and shout a was interred along with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth ii a Winston Churchill memorial medal readings from Shakespeare and a record of a work by composer Benjamin Britten. Plant to expand Richmond. A. Apr Reynolds metals co. Announced Friday plans for a second expansion of its White Bear Lake Minn., can Plant. The original Plant was completed in 1964. Respiratory diseases Rise As smog hits los Angeles flaring on the political front As los Angeles mayor Samuel w. Breathing Orty and gov Edmund g Brown argued Over who was to blame. Quot in a convinced a said Yorty a that if you want nothing done you have the state do the governor replied that it time Yorty has interest in the by Andrew Jaffe los Angeles apr what happens to a City smog on the fourth consecutive Day of heavy smog and the 10th straight Day of Over-90 temperatures los Angeles Friday reacted this Way was the first doctors in the outpatient Clin shown much after an hours Battle the Cong broke and fled. Marines and vietnamese fanned out in Pursuit. In Saigon senior . Military sources gave another indication of increased communist activity. They reported North Viet Waves of fresh troops into the Highlands North of the capital for what could be one of the showdown Battles of the War. The sources said to toll regiments Are roaming the area now. Seven of them were described As North vietnamese units accompanied by heavy weapons battalions. The attack on the company of marines near Danang How fighting continued on Page 2 heiress bows to racial Laws in South Africa Johannesburg South Africa apr heiress Mary Oppenheimer has bowed to South africans segregation Laws and will not have her nonwhite friends at her caviar and Champagne wedding reception. African guests however will attend the wedding at Johannesburg a anglican Cathedral next wednesday when she weds former scottish Rugby Star Gordon Waddell 29. 1 miss Oppenheimer 21, daughter of one of the world s richest men Diamond and Gold King Harry Oppenheimer had hoped to have some of her nonwhite friends to the reception but a family aide said Friday she had decided against it because she could not serve Champagne. The White South african government frowns on racially mixed gatherings and forbids alcohol being served to nonwhites on such occasions. A a a in at children a Hospital reported an increase in patients with chronic respiratory diseases. A nurse on an upper floor said her Young patients were unusually Cranky. States fight against smog. The state has required new autos and used cars re sold to be equipped with anti smog crankcase breather devices. More smog was predicted for weather police it. Jasper Clark 44, today. The los Angeles coun commander of downtown traffic control said More officers than usual had fallen ill. Attendance at harness races at Hollywood Park was Down to per cent. A spokesman said the horses times were slower. The smog attack set tempers Tyr a air pollution control District blamed the attack on Lack of winds which normally blow smog away before it becomes heavily concentrated. The smog hit All sections of the vast los Angeles coastal Plain. Minnesota Occaso n a i cloudiness tonight Chance of a few Light showers North Low 35-45. Mostly fair sunday High 50-60 Northeast in West and South. Local weather maximum and minimum for 24 hours preceding 7 . Today at Walter f. Wieland Field maximum .85 minimum 33 7 . Today ,.,38 noon today. Til

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