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Daily Journal (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Fergus Falls, Minnesota Chicago cheers astronauts space twins have big Day in Windy City James Mcdivitt Chicago in Astrom mls James a. Midi vial and h. While ii were welcomed with the cheers of some per sons most of them youngsters for a hero s Parade and Cele bration today in Chicago. Also on hand in lie of decree sunny weather at o Ilare inter National Airport s military Sec lion were vice president Hubert ii. Humphrey gov. Otto Kernel of Illinois Kichard j. Daley Chicago s mayor and other officials. The vice president his wife and i hair two sons flew in from Washington the plane carrying he gemini 4 Crew arrived. Crowds gathered along the expressway route in inc City Ami on la Salic Street near City Hall hours the Astro nauts cars were expected to pass. Flags and pennants festooned downtown streets on the Parade route. After a special Niceling of the City Council to Confer honorary Chicago cili7.en.ship on Mcdivitt White and two officials of the National aeronautics and space administration or. George 10. Mueller associate director and Charles w. Matthews gemini project manager there was a hireling set with Sci tool Chil Dren. Al out pupils were to put Mcdivitt and White through a question Anil answer in Mccormick place. Other plans for the Day included a dinner for the astronauts parly Given by mayor Daley and a fireworks display at night. As the civic Welcome got under Way at o Ilare Airport Ghoul 100 civil rights demonstrators gathered in Grant 1 Ark on the Lake front for continuation of a series of school protest activities. Leaders of Hie protesters made no announcement of plans for the Day. On three Days last week the demonstrators staged traffic disrupting i Arches in lie City s downtown area. The demonstrations in which 430 persons were arrested Fri Day and saturday for Silling Down in inc streets were staged to protest to Lrivring of Chicago schools supt. Benjamin c. Wil Lis whose school integration plans were rejected by some civil rights groups. We will act in relation to the one Leader Albert Blaby 31, said. He indicated an of her Road clogging demonstration May take place. Another Leader negro come Dian Dick Gregory told a civil lights rally sunday we be got something planned for Tomor Row thai will Upsel the whole country if nol Embarrass any of us lint col. Jack Reilly Daley s special events director told newsmen we. Just Don t be live that it will be cell civil rights protests have entered on the Sci tool Board s re hiring May 29 of sup. Benjamm c. Willis described by some As the Man responsible for maintain ing alleged do Facto segregation in inc Public schools. Despite Ilio threat of civil rights disturbances spokesmen for be astronauts said there were no changes in the plans for the official Welcome and Parade. White and Mcd Ivill enjoyed a pleasant sunday at Home Wilh Iligir families in Houston going to Church awl taking a Quick swim. The astronaut is will spend to night in Chicago and Fly to Ann Arbor mich., Early tuesday for another round of celebrations at the University of Michigan. Edward White ii the Watker partly Cloudy temperature change 7? "4 8 alls daily journal vol. 91 no. 139 twelve pages Fergus Falls Minn. 56537 monday june 14, 1965 established 1873 itt Irr Petrr for Carrier delivery single copy Loc regents vote increase i in it tuition Minneapolis a University of Minnesota students will pay s20 More a Quarter in tuition and fees beginning Wilh the fall quark or. The Board of regents voted the increase saturday in re to a request of or. 0. Meredith Wilson University president who said there was a pressing financial need. An operating budget of 825 for 1s55-66 also was adopted with but one dissenting Vole. The budget is for general operations and maintenance. In other action the regents okayed a proposal to offer a site at the Rosemount Experiment station to Hie atom Energy million Alom smasher. The dec and a new non profit corporation which will operate the big apparatus Are about to de cide which of More than 25 of fers they will accept. Many Are from Large universities. The increase in tuition will be per Quarter and the Inci dental fee St Pup will be 56.50. The Money will be used among other things to raise faculty salaries and hire new faculty members. Several students appeared be fore the Board to plead that the increase not be adopted or that it be deferred. But Wilson pointed out inc Bare Bones ii Del Falls nearly million Short of what the University really needs to meet its needs. The legislature had Voled the University million of the s10.1 million it requested for he coming fiscal year. Regents also approved a proposal to set up a scholarship fund of Al least a year it would be supported in Par from student fees and in part from the University budget. Sworn in As new inn ilmers of the Board were Albert v. Hail of Fergus Falls and George Raul Borst of Olivia. Or Charles Mayo of Rochester was re Csc Clad first vice presiden and chairman of the Board. Four dangerous Yankton . A fou inmates All of them listed a dangerous were the object of r search today Afler they fled i stale Hospital near Here sunday night. The four were identified a Charles Plait 19, Sinex Falls Dale Penry 22, Java . Vin cent Tanis 21, Belle four Che and Wesley la Blanc 35, min Neapolis. Officials at the South Dakof Penitentiary Sioux Falls Sai Plait Wittgan a four year Tern for indecent molestation june he was admitted to the Hospital under Normal procedure of such cases they said. Penry was serving a two Yea Erm Al the Penitentiary of forgery. Both Plait and Penry were i resumed to the prison fron the slate Hospital within a Days. The other iwo escapees Jan and a i Blanc were Al the Seal Hospital for pre sentence invest Galton. Hospital officials said the Foi got hold of a broken piece Glass and used it As a weapon threaten a guard and a drive . Units in on by Malcolm w. Browne saigon1, South viol Nam a vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation just North of the shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about 100 government troops. Today the remains of the 10 others. The men Hurt crewmen were killed saturday j Bollom of the truck and Sel off night when their Craft crashed 30 Miles Easl of Saigon during a storm. An explosion aboard a truck Al Clui Lui beachhead sunday killed two . Marines and Iii from one Champ to another Pat Antrim right Winner of the 1964 Jaycee Golf tournament congratulates Chuck Aull of grand Forks on the ninth Green As Ault was named Winner of the 19 65 tourney. Antrim finished in seventh place in this year s event with a -121. Ault had a 114. See Story on Page 8. Journal photo state drownings keep mounting at fast Pace by the associated press the weekend drowning toll in Minnesota looked like a mid Ummer casually list three Nen iwo boys and one baby. In addition n teen age girl my a Young boy both from Minnesota drowned in accidents n Illinois and Wisconsin. Kim Barry 11, and Tommy few fans 12, of Rochester crowned in Lake Pepin Atout Hryce Miles North of Lake City. Authorities said Kim stepped off a surf Ward apparently thinking in was in shallow water pan coed and drowned. His Friend tied to come to his Aid also Wen i under. Danny Johnson drowned n shallow Waler Al Lake Wash Eulies Check supposed drowning sheriff s deputies hunted for a drowning victim saturday afternoon and evening 1ml were unable to find anyone missing. A Farmer reported hearing a desperate Call for help from the Otter Tail River near the Walers reel Bridge at the out let of West last Lake. Deputies checked the area called on resorts looked for comply cars Anil boats but failed to find any evidence of a missing person. Alexandria when be fell from his boat while working on an out Board motor. His wife who was in the boat tossed out bul Nygard failed to grab it. Janice ask 16, Rural Caledonia got caught in a Strong under Tow of Lake Michigan off a private Iwach in Kenilworth a Chicago suburb. She was acting As a Mother s Helper for the Frederick w. Lacy or. Family and had taken the eldest Lacy child Frederick 10, into the Waler when both in the current. Were caught Frederick managed to escape and called for help. David poli Cansky 21, of London England in ton near dared. He was the son of or. And mrs. Elden John son of Dassel who have a cot Tage on the Lakeshore. James White 51, Minneapolis drowned in Bass Lake near Park rapids when he apparently fell out of a Canoe while fish ing alone. Les 52, St. Paul drowned in Lake Victoria near the weather Fergus Falls Are.4 partly Cloudy through tues Day lows tonight 50-58 Ziglis tuesday 75-82. Outlook wednesday Little change. High sunday 74 overnight Low 53 Al 8 . 59. At noon 70 precipitation 24 hours ending 8 . Today none. Temperatures one year ago maximum 78. Minimum 57 grocer shoots Young Bandit Minneapolis a a Bandit was shot to death Liy a former whose store had been held up twice previously. Police said the fast Movin lion saturday night happened at the Quik easy Dairy ii torn where Ronald Pic son 20. Min Neapolis died shortly after he was plugged by a .38 Caliper shot. Investigators said this is what happened the Bandit came in holding a pistol and ordered a clerk Bruce Erichson 17, to fill a paper bag Wilh Money. Erichson did so and the half dollars Clink ing As they fell alerted cordon Curtz 41-year-old owner who was in the Back part of the store. Gelz saw the Holdup in Prog Ress and pulled a .38 Caliper Pis Tol from his Back defensive precaution that grew oui of two earlier holdups. Gertz sneaked Down an aisle and put his pistol in the Back of Pierson ordering him to drop he whirled raised his gun and pointed it at me and i pulled the Gurtz related later. Police records showed Pierson had served a term Wilh the slate youth conservation commission for the 10g2 of a grocery rough miss ask to Shore bul she had swallowed too much Valcor. Near Spooner wis., Richard 5, of Brooklyn Center. Minn., fell into an unused Well and drowned. He was a Foster child of or. And mrs. Ronald Aukema in the Minneapolis suburb. Russell Dowell St. Cloud drowned shortly Afler Midnight saturday when he fell from a boat into big Zalab Lake three Miles South of Avon. Two com Anions Thomas Marzolf and Don Kollman Liolu of is. Cloud said Dowell was trying to snarl an outboard Violor when lie fell overboard. Marzolf jumped in and at Emp cd to save Dowell bul nearly drowned when his own Lings Star cd filling with water. He was taken to a St. Claud hos Pital where he was listed in Ond condition. Dowell s body was not recovered immediately. N. D. Solons Back at work Bismarck . A the North Dakota legislature con Venes in special session today to try and slay a step ahead of voters who happily sign petitions a possible veto Over legislative acts. The session was made Neces sary when petitions were filed to suspend a package of tax Laws approved by the regular legislative session. Under refer today is Flag Day this h Flag Hay and Veter ans in Fergus Falls have seen o 11 that the Flag flutters in the june Breeze downtown. The Date is Hie anniversary of adoption of the Flag by the Cunt entail Congress in 1777. Flag Day is a Legal Holiday in Pennsylvania. Although the Day is proclaimed by the pres ident it is not a Legal Holiday in any other stale. T league of municipalities to meet in Moorhead mayor m. J. Quaroni most of the aldermen and City depart ment Heads will lie among con vent toners in Moor Load this week. The 51st annual Conven Tion of the league of Minnesota municipalities runs from wednesday through Friday. City assessor Randolph v. Araskog a league trustee will be Moderator of a workshop wednesday covering fluoridation of municipal water Supply. Thursday is the Day for sectional meetings and special topics Are scheduled for cities be tween and Popula Tion. Thursday noon there is a luncheon for mayors and councilmen. The annual banquet thursday will be in the Concordia Field House. The speaker will Arthur Secord director of Community relations and professor of speech at Brooklyn College. His topic will be painting Hay airborne battalion a . Mili tary spokesman announced. Dung Xoai was reported quiet bul braced for More trouble from the Viet Cong. As the rangers moved through the French owned Michelin rub Ber Plantation a few Miles North of Dong Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics left by Hind by Ine vice Cong among them the wreckage of a . Army helicopter and a . Army Man s identification tag. . Authorities announced Al the request of the Vietnam Ese government elements of the 173rd . Airborne brigade have moved to Phuoc Vinh to protect the Airfield and aircraft been swimming and a spokes Man said a grenade fell from one Man s Belt exploded in the five gallon can of gasoline. The american paratroopers were rushed to the Airfield Al Phuoc Vinh Afler the Viet Cong ambushed a vietnamese Para troop battalion saturday night. The if yield 40 Miles North if Saigon is the main Supply Point continued on Page 2 t shastra both sides stiffen War stands Phuoc Vinh is he main air Field for inc Dong Xoai area. The . Paratroopers had been expected to move from there into the Dong Xoai con flip i bul Hie Vietnam use commanders were rely clan to ask for them. Tile Viet Cong mounted a number of attacks and ambushes in various parts of Viet Nam today All the Way from the 17th parallel to the Southern tip of the nation. Ninety american and Viet namese planes hammered tar gels in North vice Nam in a series of separate raids. Twenty . Air Force Jet bombers escorted by 30 other Juls attacked the ban com Lorn Barracks 70 Miles Southwest of Hanoi. Five buildings were re ported destroyed and 10 heavily Ottawa if prime minister Lai Bahadur Shastri of India said today president Johnson has invited him to go to Washington in the fall but that it will not ice possible for him to accept. He told a news conference be could not go to Washington then because inc Indian parliament will be in session. Johnson cancelled a visit by Shastri o Washington this state Man missing in Dong Xoai action Kellogg Minn. A Slaff sgt. Robert l. Curlee 34, Kellogg is among the Ameri can army men missing in inc action at Dong Xoai. South Viel Nam relatives Here Learned sunday. Curlee s wife received n Lele ram from Hie defense Deparl damaged. Forty iwo planes hit three areas of the Babon army bar Racks 60 Miles North of the de militarized zone . Spokes men said. Heavy air strikes also continued inside South Viet Nam against suspected Viet Cong tar gets. . Navy and Marino corps planes were said to have flown 118 sorties sunday. Pilots claimed heavy damage to tar gels and sup cycled troop concentrations. Six americans were killed Over the weekend but none appeared to have died As the re sult of enemy action. Four . Army helicopter month on the grounds that he would be Busy Wilh Congress and the Viet Nam situation. The Indian Leader said the at uni rates of the countries involved in Hie Viet Nam conflict have greatly stiffened in the last month or so. There would be a better Cli mate for some kind of negotiations if the . Bombings of North Viet Nam stopped he said. 11 is essential thai hostilities come loan end so thai an International conference along the lines of the 1954 Geneva meet ing on Indochina could be held Shastri said. The Indian Leader added How Ever that it is just possible something will come out of discussions in the next few Days and weeks which will bring North Viet Nam to the Confer ence table. He apparently was referring to the Commonwealth prime Niento advising her husband conference opening i thursday in London and the of mrs. Friday. Curlee is a registered nurse Al Winona Community memorial Hospital. Grad has gift for parents polio victim walks across stage for diploma i Izui n Malinosky 2l a eks victim confined to a wheelchair Cleveland Ohio a Nancy Malinosky on the shelf until voters get a whack Al them Mam of the special ses Sion will to re enact old tax Laws to stay in effect beyond july 1, the Dale the referred for 15 years started practising walking last january i wind locked doors. Only a few close friends who helped her knew about in. My parents have done so 1 Luy in rms Nave none so Laws would have gone into of i for my. Vantol to do r feet. Without sonic action the for Hom sales tax Law would come to halt on july 1. There was talk of a very Brief j session perhaps four Days Al though some lawmakers favored upping the old sales tax from to 3 per cent on its present base. The Law shackled by the referendum also puts the Levy at 3 per a Cal but Broadens in to in clude goods and sen ices nol she said. Her Par she said be j cause she did t want to build store Oil Easl fran Din Avenue i now under a sales tax. Up their Hopes. Nancy s determination paid off in a big Way sunday. She walked across the stage like the other 396 of the Baldwin Wallace College graduating class to get her diploma. The slag is 33 feet wide. Paid Nancy. Last tuesday i practice on the stage. It was sort of uneven but i was sure i could do just to ire on the Safe Side she got word to Baldwin Wallace 1 res Ideal Alfred b. Bonds or. So thai if i got to him and he saw thai i was shaky he would escort me the rest of the when her name was called As the top student in her class Nancy Rose Ami walked Wilh measured Steps. I was too scared Lorenem Lier much aleut she said Lacr but or. Bonds did meet her halt Way across and helped her tire rest of the Way. Then while she rested on or. Rican Asiati meeting starting in Algiers june 29. Shastri said that eventually . Troops will have to be with hawn from Viet Nam. The american decision to allow . Troops Loik thrown into the War will further complicate matters he claimed. The Indian Leader said there did nol seem much change Al pres Cal that red China would intervene directly in Viet Nam though it held very Strong views. Shastri said he had no plans whatever for a private meeting in Algiers with chinese Premier Chou in Lai. He told newsmen China is a constant Threal to India. Bui Desile explosion of a chinese nuclear device he said India will nol make nuclear weapons. T search for Slifer continues in cities it. Paul a Federal her Mother mrs. Kay Oil authorities continued their off Page one Farly in siness is Good at Headquarters for chamber s Community auction. Picture Page 3. Fergus eagles win three hit Ter Over Henning grand Forks lad wins Jaycee invitational Wilh live Over Par lit. Sports on Page 8. Wadena Busy with plans for Dairy s big Day on june 17 regional Dairy Day. Area news on Page 9. Bonds arms the audience gave measured it last Linn. Her a five minute standing on ii i Iii Wiur Jirs. Niay Iroini Malinosky of Geneva Ohio cried for Joy. It was a real gift for said mrs. Malinosky. She said Nancy was struck by polio when she was 6, had tried to walk a few Steps then but since had been confined to the wheelchair. Now that s she s walked this far will Nancy keep trying i m going to do As much As i she said happily. Nancy compiled a 3.s7 aver age arid plans to enter Drew i University theological Semi nary in the fall to work for a Bachelor of divinity degree. She is interested in a career in teaching and guidance counsel search with clues in the other police for disappearance of Barbara Iverson. 14. Missing j from a baby Silling Job since last wednesday night. A weekend search of sections of Ramsey and Anoka counties Over the weekend failed to re veal any Trace of the girl Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. George incr sen of Shoreview St. Paul sub Urb. Barbara was baby Silling Only a few doors from her Home when she vanished. Fri agents have joined the Ramsey county sheriff s office and Shoreview police in the investigation. An Fri spokesman said the Agency is proceeding on the Assumption a Federal Viola i lion is involved. I

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