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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Biloxi, Mississippi on 2. ll. 13 and Md. C. toy gravely wounded aii paralyzed today on was iOMve been the brightest day of his Alabama was hit several times by a gunman who pushed a pistol a at Monday afternoon A man by police as Arthur Herman 21, of was wrestled to the ground of the and arrested five of police and said Wallace's life was no longer in but some paralysis was One said the outlook for was not The governor's prm sectary quoted 48 He taid Wallace will continue bis said Wallace came throush the in good spirits despite pain in Bremer ducks low in the back seat of a car that is taking him from at U.S. District Court on charges of shooting Alabama Gov. George earlier in the day in Md. An agent is at bombers wreck N. Viet air - American wrecked North Vietnam's air defense headquarters on the southern edge of Hanoi cut the main pipeline feeding taAks and trucks on the northern in South the U.S. Command announced imports have said Russia technicians aid advisers were known was no immediate comment on this from the communique reporting the assessment of damage done by nearly 2,-000 strikes in North Vietnam during the past week North Vietnamese Air Defense Headquarters at Bach Mai air south of was struck by U.S. Air Force several Mai is three miles south of command also disclosed air against North Vietnam have been stepped up to an average of 2S0 per day in the campaign by President Nixon n week ago to off supply routes to the had Um between HiM and the 7th Air reported that its bombers had the bridge at 80 miles south of a key Uak in North Vietnam's supply said that the effects of the aerial campaign on the enemy offensive in the south would not be known for at least 30 They estimated that the North Vietnamese had a month's vote in primary CARL P. LEUBSDORF AP Political Writer Gov. George C. shot and critically wounded on the eve of what looms as his biggest 1972 political is favored to sweep Democratic presidential primaries today in Michigan and possibly boosted by a sympathy will divide 132 delegates to the National Convention proportionately according to the presidential preference In 53 votes will be decided on the basis of statewide and congressional district before a gunman shot Wallace as he campaigned Monday in the Washington suburb of Md. he had been favored to win in both and after the shooting an aide said the governor would continue his drive for the His top rivals are George McGovem and Hubert H. considered the leading candidates for the Democratic presidential incident may create large sentiment to vote for president Tom Turner of the Metropolitan Detroit a ana some voters undecided between the Alabama governor and another and Humphrey stepped active presidential halted television and radio and turned to Wallace television appeal as scheduled to and a Wallace worker in tiie Detroit suburb of We're and going to carry Joe Wallace's press told newsmen in Maryland today that news events in yoK on current events in science and of if can the questions in on 14vinfr sponsored hy The Daily ' VIcital would go to the convention as viable were scheduled to open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. EDT in where only Democrats can cast votes in the Democratic which is holding its first presidential polls were to open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with officials predicting a turnout of 1.2 million of the state's 4.1 million registered Voters could decide in the booth Aether to vote in the Democratic or Republican both President Nixon was expected to be an easy winner in the GOP today would add a border state and a northern industrial state to Wallace triumphs in Tennessee and North where Wallace polled 43 per cent of the vote in the 1964 Democratic Humphrey hoped for strong showings in the labor strongholds of Baltimore and its suburbs to overcome an expected heavy vote in rural strength was believed confined to the Washing worken were privately conceding toil senator finish McGovem for a strong possibly a surprise hours before Wallace was helped to tiree primary is considered the state's primary is likely to be decisis in the long Democratic presidential primary race which increasingly to hinge on the June California the hours rf Alabama governor's at wit were derating on had after shaking ' - of 800 lean I he close at hand for their tanks and vehicles in the in the 48-day-old North Vietnamese offensive slowed but the reason was not immediately One U.S. source said the enemy may have nulled back to consolidate his Wis. - Arthur H. the onetime photography student charged with shooting Democratic presidential candidate George C. is described as a quiet but confident picture drawn by friends and acquaintances of the man who is accused of gunning down Wallace and three others at a shopping center Monday is that of a youth who kept his opinions to developed few friendships and was something of a puzzle even to his 21, is being held in lieu of 1200,000 bond in under federal of assaulting a candidate for public office and a federal officer and under state charges of assault with intent to including classmate in his college said they were not aware of interests or activity on the part of the young man with close-cropped effects in his Milwaukee apartment Monday nigit indicated in the West Side apartment were a Confederate flag and newspaper about some dating to 1968 Wallace staged a third-party must have been for George because he had a Is extent of the casualties we've inflicted on the North he know they are but we don't know how Vietnamese forces continued to push out from Hue to widen their defenses and keep the North Vietnamese from getting close enough for an all-out attack the old imperial troops sweeping in the path of raids uncovered about 18 tons of mortar and small arms ammunition stockpiled at various points for attacks on A cache of 2,500 mortar was found less than two miles of Fire Base which the South Vietnamese recaptured is 12 miles southwest of im the air war against the a U.S. communique pumping stations along the main Communist pipeline running down the southern panhandle of North Vietnam into the demilitarized zone were effectively cuts the line which previously could carry 1,130 metric tons of fuel per day to support enemy mechanized equipment and trucks in the demilitarized zone and northern Quang Tri U.S. Air Force tactical air strikes cut the pipeline in several The continued daily interdiction of roads and rail lines and the destruction of bridges in the panhandle further impedes the enemy's efforts to move fuel south by surface runs from the coastal city of 145 miles north of the Coastal tankers delivered the fuel to spokesmen said the line could be rapidly and American 4A Senate Federal Bureau of Investigation at arrested James R. of Aberdeen for alleged fraud in Housing and worken two at F. head of the FBI at said the 34-year-old contractor was at Aberdeen by an FBI agent from nuking false to hud that for tb had been but a was not paid improved in 0 U.S. to await a let - The Senate votes today on adding to an amendment a proviso with one of President Nixon's conditions for a total U.S. troop internationally supervised proviso was proposed by Sen. Robert C. the assistant to be included in the amendment sponsored by CUfford P. and Frank amendment would cut off all appropriations for U.S. forces in Indochina four months after American prisoners were released by Byrd in would require an internationally supervised cease-fire before money could be announcing the mining of NorUi Vietnamese Nixon said he would withdraw U.S. troops from Vietnam four months after an supervised cease-fire and following Hanoi's return of American and Church incorporated the wording on saying it would back up with law what the President offered the North Byrd moved to put the cease-fire into the there is to be an end to wholesale it can't be accomplished just by withdrawing U.S. Byrd said as debate drew to a close Clase and Church said the presidential provision would weaken their said the cease-fire proviso would bind the President's bargaining and freeze the chief executive into he may want to discard Church to add a cease-fire as a withdrawal cease-fire plant construction bonds not DOT LEGGETT Daily Herald Staff who had they would build a IS modular housing construction plant near has not sold iU to build the plant nor paid for its lease on the 100 acres of So the plant will not bf An announcement by the County tip sirid cannot be built any time sowk if at was given a by county in late it. I. government would have to give South Vietnam a veto on U.S. before a Senate Appropriations on Secretary of State William P. Rogers urged Congress not to pass any legislation that would undercut Nixon's Vietnam Rogers called for an end to criticism of Nixon's response to what Rogers termed massive North Vietnamese of the of the amendment have contended that even discussion of such a proposition encourages the North Vietnamese and weakens the President's position in adding the cease-fire the amendment was viewed as more attractive to Republican supporters of the amendment said that a to accommodate these moderates would turn antiwar Democrats against their it ' Dr. morning m remata Dr. Herman attending heart is neighbor in the apartment moved into the apartment from his family's South Side home last Neighbors said he dropped from sight about a month also said he was that Bremer had worked for Wallace in the Wisconsin Democratic primary campaign in truck driver 58, said his son had mentioned anything but he said he had learned that his son was a member of the 12th Ward Democratic found in the apartment included one with the words in large in smaller were the words coUar conservative middle class Republican suburbanite of Bremer's hadn't seen him he moved to the apartment in as and and they expressed that he could have been involved hi the could never talk to said a younger 18. knew much about Roger his 57, had to at the Hk tmr tM voMi were to t mn im would have been high for the fed very Wallace's surgery in Cron B hte or five OOf tm One was hit right which punctured the stomach the lower part of the was also pierced Wallace's grazed the back of his left and grazed his right said bullet eame to rest on the be removed in a later It is the from this bullet that is blamed for Wallace's sever the spinal and there is some chance that the damage nerve tissue may heal think the governor ia going to be has itsa result of Us difficult to evaluate at this We're aU very optimistic at this very happy and Iteel good that he Mrs. he has a sound heart and all his vital organs are 1 thank God Wallace the departments the said the governor is er it is not be unusual to get complete under these Galbraith said a bulM a blast effect as it goes but this the bullet is not obstructing the spinal There is a free flow of doctors said Wallace was awake and progress well as we can dozen of them holding lighted stood vigil outside the hospital during the was taken before u.s. Magistrate Clarence Goetz In Baltimore late Monday night and ordered held under 1200,000 bond on charges of shooting Wallace and a Secret Service Nicholas underwent six hours of surgery for a ballet wound in the neck and was listed in good Doctors said the bullet damaged voice State Police Capt. who also was was treated for a flesh wound on his right side and released from tiie a campaign suffered a leg wound and was listed in satisfactory in Holy Joe press told newsmen today that the governor's campaign for the Democratic nomination will TEL AVIV - Two Egyptian flew the length of the Suez Canal then crossed the occupied Sinai Desert and flew over the Israeli positions at Sharm el commanding the Strait of the Israeli military jets took off to intercept the enemy but the command did not say whether they made a spokesman said the MIGs to Germany - A group of anarchists claims that it bombed the U.S. Army headquarters in Frankfurt last week as against American escalation of Vietnam A U.S. lieutenant colonel was and 13 persons were injured in the bombing of a U.S. in postwar - The price of gold hit a record an ounce today on the London free more Monday's closing figure of Dialers reported demand strong and the But they could pin the rise to any particular WASHINGTON ( - Over last 11 186 persons IC U.S. The says 108 but we have to stay on top of A. said aftar 4ihut*tAn nim - Nixon will be going to Moscow after all his wife no It's Mrs. Nixon said It was Uu first firm word from the White Houa that the President's recent moves h Southeast Asia and the subsequent Rus sian opposition would not Um Moscow summit - An ck In oi nine W nr death of the a uar Monday injuring 17 and sending Protestant youths on j It the second bai bombed in three Ohio Residents were from a area around a train derailment where a burning car was leaking tomic Om source said 100 but the ok v County Sheriff the said it had no the number Mich. man held in the Monday abama c. waham questioned by hours before B The desk at nw headquarters Saturday shows a Arthur H. Bremer officers at the police reived a su car across the attm Guard Armory 4
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