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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Brainerd, Minnesota The Brainerd daily dispatch Quot Thi Totol medium serving Thi Brainerd Trade area in the heart of the Lake Region dial 83 8-4788 Hwi Bir Al the Brainerd Minnesota monday september 30, 1963 Kmic pm my limn my Naira Plato to toe to cents vol. 90�?no. 48 Juk urges Protection of Dollar says . Determined to Correct payments deficit without harming others by Sterling f. Green Washington a president Kennedy assured the worlds finance ministers today that the United states in determinedly bringing its International payments into balance will support any needed measures to avoid damaging its trading partners around the Globe the president won a standing ovation from the boards of governors of the world Bank and International monetary und at the opening of their five Day annual meeting. He made his address an occasion also for indirectly nudging. The Senate to pass his Sii billion i tax Cut program which the House to l has approved. He said the tax Cut is a the most important action Congress can take to solve the Gold Dollar problem. Too nations representing nearly too nations the governors and their supporting delegations were arranged around a huge Horseshoe table As Kennedy stood at the Rostrum before their massed flags. The meeting was shaping up As one of the most significant in the history of the twin global lending institutions conceived at Bretton Woods n.h., in 1044. These developments marked the Days deliberations 1. Kennedy gave notice that the United states has set in motion the actions needed to erase its stubborn payments deficit and in achieving a balance will do a whatever must be done to protect the Dollar As convertible currency at its present fixed rate of $35 to an ounce of Gold. All needed efforts 2. He pledged All needed efforts to see that this country a payments gains do not bring financial hardship overseas. He said Quot the United states therefore stands ready to support such measures As May be necessary to j increase International liquidity a an adequate Over All Supply of. Gold dollars and credit to sup two Alabama men held in bombings wheat Sale Issue lands on desk of president Grain futures show strength Chicago apr expectations of a government decision favourable to sales of wheat to Indian exhibit an exhibit that Drew a lot of attention at the boy scout Camporee at Camp Clyde were these Indian weapons and equipment. Shown with the exhibit is John Pete Humphrey scouting Leader from Brainerd. Dispatch photo a a a a by Martha Cole lout Congress last week on feelings Washington apr the big about a Grain Deal with the so question of whether to permit the Viets. It is understood that there Sale of wheat to the soviet Union was some outspoken opposition lies in the decision Basket for however it is reported that the president Kennedy returning to officials considered the Burden of his White House desk today. Congressional sentiment to be in some High officials expect him fave i it to say yes policy change i he russians have made no the government departments in-1 formal request to this country solved Are expected to recon but soviet negotiators have been mend a policy change to permit talking in Ottawa of deals for the Grain Sale when they meet american Grain. One report men with the president probably tues a a Quot r., fas _ Rod Shorlee toned three million tons at $250 Day. The kids to East a crop shortage White men put in City jail for questioning million. Administration officials sounded Secretary of state Dean Rusk told newsmen in Cleveland Ohio sunday night that the question would be resolved in a few Days. He said any proposal to sell wheat to the soviet Union will include a provision forbidding its re a Sale to Cuba. One senator predicted Over the weekend that Kennedy would approve the wheat transaction. Jacob k. Javits. In a. Said it was up to Kennedy to decide the question on the basis of american self interest. Single shot Deal a from what i see now i be Lieve that the president would de cide to do it a javits said in a j television interview taped for new York stations. A a a. Birmingham. Ala. Apr Russia firmed Tram futures on _ a Hite men were placed in Board 01 Trade a Ltd a icy jail Early today for further reports thai the Kennedy and j investigation into the series of ministration is about ready to bombings that have rocked this announce a decision on a much racially troubled City for several discussed u. Deal for Vars massive amounts of american co a Lingo head of the s at Grain brought increased demand Highway patrol said others for futures. Picked up in the intensified invest the feeling generally among ligation have been released. He Grain men is that the adm Nistra declined to say How Many others lion will favor Selling Grain to had been questioned. Night Warden l. A. Holcomb identified the two being held As E. Chambliss 59, and Charles Cagle 22, both of the Birmingham area. Chambliss was found innocent in 1949 on a charge of flogging while masked. He has been Active in anti integration efforts. Officers had to restrain Chambliss recently when he engaged in a near Brawl with a newsman at a segregation meeting. Belongs to kor Cagle has been affiliated with anti integration activities mostly in the area South of Birmingham last summer he was arrested while going to a Kun flux klan rally in Tuscaloosa a Short time i before the University of Alabama in the soviet Union. While the russians have not made a formal offer to buy u. S. Wheat it is believed they Are awaiting word from Washington that the United states is interested in such a Deal. One drowned nine killed in state traffic by the associated press one of Minnesota Sio traffic was desegregated. State officials victims this weekend drowned and said that he was carrying a javits said it should be a single i a or managing to struggle out of weapon shot Deal and not open the Doo Riber car which had plunged to the both men had been under sur to general Trade with the soviet Boom o a nver veil Lance by City county and fed Union. 1 in a similar Accident two other Cral agents the local Law in us officials Are somewhat a a Una persons were rescued from Force in ent agencies said that the mystified As to Why the soviets a submerged car by the fast action arrests by the state came As a need to buy so much wheat when a policeman. Surprise. Last Vear Thev imported very lit-1 the weekend deaths raised the Cingo said that the state was tie. Their crop a lure this year states 1963 traffic toll to 555. Com conducting a is investigation apart has been estimated at to to 25jpared with 491 through this Date m and 0 Ponce Agency no information Lingo would give no information on the men. Nor on results of per cent. Demonstration hundreds of boy scouts gathered on the shores of North Long Lake saturday afternoon to observe a civil air patrol Rescue demonstration. Shown in the water is the capes amphibious vehicle. About 800 scouts the largest number Ever for such an event port a rising volume of world turned out for the weekend Camporee at Camp Clyde. The scouts also saw demonstrations by the Highway patrol and Brainerd ski dive Trade and investment. Ers. Dispatch photo 3. Widespread support seemed to a \ a or a is it far East German economic study shows to be developing for proposals to plan a possible overhaul of the world s currency system if this sit Ai a proves necessary to meet Kenne v/ttici3is visit by s objectives. Two major inter a. N i National studies were being or in by Cost a Chili Gani Zed for this purpose. I Giessen Germany a 4. The president of the world three members of communist Bank. George d. Woods an East Germany a parliament Are bounced proposals for a sweep visiting West Germany for what my liberalization of the lending is described As Quot private con Brainerd has a High volume of economic study policies of the $20 billion develop facts with West German Politi retail Trade hut is not cornering the report was a joint undertake meat Bank with the primary aim cans. The local or area business it could ing of the upper Midwest research in the Urban research program helping finance Industrial the meeting is believed to be according to figures released in a and development Council and the seven killed into n. Y. Canal Brainerd retail sales High but potential not reached i collaboration of the twin cities a Hgt Wao a a the Tom of tricorn�?T51&Quot&Quot a Quot Church up Quot a Ion. A metropolitan planning commission Petely submerged in seven feet Ere the St a Quot a a "f0�?� a year ago. Geraldine Thomas 19, was driving from the town of Willow River. In Pine county to Lier Rural Home hot a Ltd Quot it it Quot Quot Ning he also declined _ i saturday night. She lost control of definitely link them with the As car p unripe a Quot a the car plunged in the w,.wast a. The sixteenth Street Bap ass Vai Ringes of River in cd but be of Waler no Church sept is m which tour Young negro girls were killed sheriffs officers said miss the two men arrived at the City Thomas apparently got a a he same one where some Buffalo . Apr seven the tar open my got about to 2,400 negro demonstrators were youths were drowned sunday it 1 Quot in Tel car e held last Spring in a Highway a night when their automobile it fat. Tool car with two troopers failed to negotiate a curve it slim night. About Chi Miles e>ress0 j a sport shirts and slammed through a steel Fence our a Sci 1 in in a j Slacks they covered their faces and plunged into a shipping Ca a u Happ i e,ulin8 uary As they were led into the jail. N,.i Davidson and Barbara Evensong i driving on i ,.shorn drive although the investigation into i he tangled bodies of six were. Davidson lost control of his1 the bombings there have been at found inside the car and a Sev-1 Aleast 40 a had been intensified car and the machine plunged to intensified of from the Black Rock canal by police and fire wreckers after its of water that they were coming came sunday night in Montgomery from growth. To and a a a Quot a a Quot to to a Toto. To a port Quot from the Upperm Kwesi Antver sit y s"mniie7oia a him in. Mke Mai a Cen Quot s?us.� to of be of gov geor a c Wal eloped countries. African foothold the two Germany since the communists built the Berlin Wall a a a a a 5. The Young nations of Africa j More than two years ago. Gained a foothold at the policy the three were invited by the making level of the Bank and the Liberal students league an or $15.5 billion monetary fund. Each a animation affiliated with the free democratic party coalition part Kennedy continued on Page Ioner in Chancellor Adenauer a government. Fireman Dies strike May delay four men Hurt wheat shipment in rail mishap St. Paul apr the fireman Montreal a shippers expressed concern today thai shipment of 60 million bushels of _ a a a it Canadian wheat to the soviet in Veo by Lii Csc dog Brainerd Trade area summary of 27 towns of comparable size used in the Trade Center study Brainerd area is seventh in Urban area population. Tied for Lith in per cent of Trade area population. Fifth in retail Trade. Tied with two others for ,0th i retail strength in shopping area. Sixteenth in penetration of external Trade area. Ninth in Trade area population. Eleventh in median family income. Twenty first in increase of Urban area population. Twenty second in the increase of retail Trade. Population of this area during the past to years. Lace Sis Trainer a As having an Jato. 1-. A a a population Likely including the other dead All of Buffalo pm a sons Davidson and miss even if the outlying areas such As were Thomas Lucenti 19, Thorn son were Al ten t0 a Bose Tal and the governors office said in a statement that Quot arrests were imminent in the Church bombing in which the negro girls were was killed and four crewmen in tji Reat stevedores in St. Lawr at Sandstone Jared sunday night when a freight. _ train rammed several Large Boul on the tracks derailing four the longshoremen voted sunday to Stop work Friday if there is no agreement in their wage dispute with shipowners. The wheat is part of the soviet i unions $500 million wheat Deal with Canada. Members of the International longshoremen association rejected the shippers offer of a 22-cent-an-hour wage increase Over two years. Their present scale is $2.33 an hour plus 29 cents in fringe benefits. Cars. Three of the derailed cars slowed into the rear of the engine and the other careened away. Killed was Frank l. Passer 52, j St. Paul fireman on the 58-car Minnesota Transfer railway co. Intercity freight train. Passer was pinned for nearly 25 minutes before rescuer got him out of the twisted wreckage. R. A. Edberg 49, the Engineer said the train was travelling Only about 12 Miles an hour when _ about 2�/j feet in diameter a on Hunter invades Brainerd the tracks in suburban new Brighton. Edberg said he hit a master switch to Brake All of the trains cars. If he Hadnot done that he said a we d have had about 30 More cars on top of us and we have had a taken to a St. Faul Hospital but i All later dismissed were j. V. My nue and 3 Street. Grath 65, St. Paul the train Foreman Arnold c. Thoemke 33, St. Paul Park the headman Eugene Polsfuss 33, Bloomington Weidman and Edberg. Edberg passer Mcgrath and Thoemke were in the engine. Pols fuss was in the caboose. Communists guardsmen fight on venezuelan train Caracas Venezuela apr Sandstone Minn. Apr two authorities sunday arrested five inmates of the Federal correctional men and five women several institution Here escaped sunday hours after a band of pro com apparently after figuring out some Monist terrorists posing As tour Way of climbing a High Wall. 1 its fought a gun Battle with nannies Norman Mcpherson. 29. Tonal guardsmen aboard an sex and Clarence Anthony Dergo. 27. Cur Sion train 20 Miles from Ca were missed on the 9 30 . Count acas and authorities believe their is five guardsmen were killed Cape took place not More than an it six passengers including Sev-30 minutes before. To ral Chi a enl_w0ed both men canadians were com-1 fitted july 5 to serve 18-month terms on Federal car theft charges. The seventh body was identified i r had witnessed the Accident. As that of John Sabadasz of but Seaser dived 3 do or a pin it lists Brainerd As having an Falo. And rescued both of the Young Urban some of Baxter of 15,700, or 31 per cent As Clifford 17 Richard Zawis of the Trade area population. Ipowski. 17. Robert j. Z10i0, 17,1 $24.5 million total Daniel Gorski 17, and John h the retail Trade using figures j Hryhoroic 16. Taken from 1958 sales totalled $24 5 million in Brainerd one of the con the hearing j Telephone pole West of Fairmont Bingham bombings. It did not highest among the 34 cities listed St. I aul a a hearing on jew companions were a lured it specify the Church blast. In the report. Jan application of Oglebay Norton one cry Toca a Lingo said the men were being killed. 17. Rural Church blast not listed treated for Shock. Larry John Robbins. Granada min died late Satur 1 a or a statement from the Day when he was thrown from Atso Vernorn a office say a Only that car which ran off Highway i6.it<> persons were taken into Cus overturned in a ditch and hit a of it a n connection with the Bir one reason for the High figure to use was a f 0-11 the St. Louis of course is the tourist trader a Mjor a proposed Taconite Plant which boosts the local sales during near Eye Lelh has been set oct is. In Virginia Wayne Olson state Brainerd continued on Page to j conservation i today. Commissioner said Russell e Packer 16. St. Croix questioned my would be trans Falls. Wis., was killed late Satur furred to Jefferson Birmingham Day in a Headon collision on High county jail. He would not definitely link them with the Church traffic toll continued on Page to proposed redefinition of roman Catholic Church wins general endorsement at Council explosion and said no formal charges had been filed the City has had More than 40 bombings since world War ii. Birmingham continued on Page to weather shoots Little Bear to death Castro wants cubans to Cut Back russian Aid Havana apr cubans appreciate russian Aid but they must not rely on it too heavily says prime minister Fidel Castro. Minni Sota mostly fair thru tuesday warmer tonight and in most sections tuesday Low to by John Gale topic before the councils session summed up this spirit Quot i think Vatican City apr a pro ending dec. 4. All the Bishops Are coming Back posed redefinition of the roman the schema considered the key to this session with a lot Mort Catholic Church won general in 10 a the councils work proposed enthusiasm. I hey know now what night 40-50 High tuesday 75-88. Do sement today from the first a new Way for the roman Cath is intended and what it is a Quot Are prelates to speak at the second Olic Church to look at its Struc trying to phase of the Vatican ecumenical Ture h came up originally at the in opening the Council. Pope Council councils first session last year Paul said its Aims were redefine and was criticized by Many a Tion and Reform of the Catholic Brainerd a Little lost cub Bear never made it Back to its Home in the Woods saturday morning after spending the night in Brainerd. The cub was shot and killed Early Junior High school. Saturday morning at second ave cloy pm he and 8ame wardens rambling outdoor address Satur rep Arpa anti late that night hut night in it Kirk tin in. Two cardinals and six Bishops. Took the floor in St. Peter s Basti Quoter. As Ben too juridical and Church restoring Christian Undy Lea As the 2,500 Council lathers re a a do Quot Ltd and sufficiently Pas and closer Contact with today a a toral there was criticism that Woid Isumer working sessions. t it u n a i t he called of. His countrymen Pau i reopened the Council the on Nal draft pm it uld not Heip he called the up Copal assented so Cuba can Cut Chinh a a tsar. the cause of a s Ian local weather maximum .68 minimum .40 8 a. In today .53 noon today. 73 precipitation. None geared along North 9th Street t0 work Harde. So Cuba can Cut i sunday after to nine month Quot recess the Cau a of Christian univ by a Council Quot of invitation of sex Early Friday evening and was Chas-1 Back on soviet Aid and ease a Lith a a for Church Ummi the recess a Council Pecott Tenn. Of Confidence hts de by youngsters and dogs. It $100 million balance of payments i spokesman said today. 3,2 pro Clear Oice rolled through the. Took Refuge in a tree behind Frank-1 deficit to Tho russians. Posed correction and Amend hushed Basilica and out to a Castro made the plea in Ai be. Council press office sum Morns to the first half of the crowd of 50,000 persons in St be mar izing today three hour meet schema were mailed to the v Square As he delivered the year ago today maximum 65 minimum .52 precipitation. 06 cleared the area and late that night Day night in which he again in. The cub made its Way Down from leashed a Broad attack on the local officials said that the Trig he ree and Ltd ,0 find jts Way United slate., Ger Happy Hunter has been traced Back a the Woods a mys Erk us explosion inter a report Early saturday morn erupted Castro at one Point but the ing was that the cub had been cuban Leader remained unruffled seen going through an Alley behind Quot done to he told the throng the Quality grocery store on North a a it does no to matter if it is a East Washington. J to Motley. They said that charges against him for discharging a weapon in the City limits Are pending. The cub lost and frightened a five Day forecast Minnesota temperatures through saturday averaging 4 to my. Told newsmen the schema can by prelates around the world. To too word address in latin topic before the Assembly de to feeling was evident among like Pope John. Pope Paul j to degrees above Normal Normal ecclesia concerning the Church the Church fathers that the ses held the door open for a Reunit-1 highs 58-65 North 65-70 South. Was accepted by speakers As Slon would move with greater my of christians. To the protes Quot a Good foundation on which to Speed and efficiency than the Tarn anglican and orthodox of Budd first which ran from oct. La to servers seated near him he said it was revised during the re dec. 8 last year. This session will Quot we Lay no snares. We do not Normal lows 35-41 North 40-46 South. Mild throughout period but with Brief Cooling about midweek and again toward end of week. Cess and undoubtedly will get re continue until dec. 4 wish to make of our Faith an ocl no precipitation of consequence. Vised further. It will be fhe main a Young american b i s h o pleasant for i i a

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