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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Biloxi, Mississippi 36 pages today a Ackson county news mpg 10 jmj local news pm 14 coast entertainments pm i6 it local news pm. 0 amp National sports pm 28 the daily Herald turning warm with expected showers assorted press to and Nea features Herald building Biloxi Mississippi coast monday afternoon August 14,1967 or Herald building Gulfport volume 83�?number 269 state Secretary is rechecking primary returns Jackson miss. Cap the1 county totals Quot the spokesman Secretary of state s office said. Worked today rechecking Pri after a major error cropped diary election returns from the up in unofficial totals for 82 counties for the state demo Lowndes county the Mississippi cratic executive committee. A election service revised its to a spokesman said Only a Frac tals in the lieutenant governor s Tion of the returns had been j race Friday to put gov. Paul checked and Many had not been j Johnson 159 votes ahead of state received from the counties. Rep. Roy Black in their Battle Quot we Don t expect to know who a for the second place in the run will be in the Runoff for Lieut off. Charles Sullivan of Clarks tenant governor and state land Dale led the race and was in commissioner until we Complete sure the other position. A the Check and add the corrected tight race a there also was a tight race for the second spot in the land commissioner Runoff Between Andrew Sullivan of Macon and Roy Miller of Escatawpa. Watt Carter led the voting. The Secretary of state s office goes Over the precinct by precinct returns from each county retarding these figures to Check a the totals reported by the coun guard at the strike plagued maty. These recheck produce re Somite Plant Here was killed to visions 00 returns from More Day with two blasts of Buckshot than half the counties. These in the face. A corrected county returns Are police said the shooting of i then added to produce totals for curved near the Northern Boun the state that the democratic Dary of the company s property. 1 executive committee makes of the guard was found about 3 45 facial. . Inside the Fence. To e shots apparently came from the direction of the striking woodworkers Union Hall to lice said which stands less than 50 feet North of the Masonite property. The guard Robert Willoit. Of new Orleans was employed by a Miami fla., firm which had guard at Masonite is killed Laurel miss. A convicted. Dean Andrewsjr. Left flashes a smile As he is held on All sides by sheriff s deputies As he is escorted off to jail Early monday morning following his conviction of perjury in connection with his grand jury testimony in an alleged new Orleans plot to assassinate president Kennedy. Andrews a 44-year-old attorney was found guilty on three of five perjury counts. A wire photo Gulfport chamber in drive got underway monday morning with a Coffee meeting in the Crystal ballroom of hotel Mark the annual drive to expand provided spec Iai guards for the j the membership of the Gulfport Plant since the april 21 Union j area chamber of Commerce walkout. Fired on police reported another guard was fired on while driving a introduced Quot by car. The shot did not hit this co chairman Wiff Iam guard but sprayed him with j go the a of to from a shattered wind pro Yective ne5w members to be Quot a a contacted during the three Days of the Effort. Two other teams introduced warm trend is slated by the associated press a warming trend has set in for Mississippi As a Large High pressure that brought Cool weather to the state Over the weekend has moved to Ohio. The . Weather Bureau said skies would be partly Cloudy with no rainfall in sight. New jury Dean Orleans convicts Andrews violence has flared at the Hardwood manufacturing Plant since the strike began. Last week the company warned that any workers who did not return to their jobs by today would be considered fired. This was the second time such a warning was issued. The Plant is operating at full capacity company officials said with newly hired workers. A recruiting Campaign is in Progress. Jones county officers Are investigating six Sticks of dynamite a Deputy sheriff found on company grounds sunday wrapped in a Burlap bag. Weather news by Bill Crider 1 guilty on three of five perjury associated press writer counts the criminal dist. Court new Orleans a a jury decided at 1 30 a.m., after jury convicted Dean Andrews deliberating two hours and 40.,a x j minutes. Today of lying to a grand jury it i Iain a a about a mysterious figure in the said Andrews with a heavy sigh alleged new Orleans plot to As-1 moments before he was hustled passinate president John f. Off to jail. Quot if i did t have bad give hard facts of u. S. Fiscal situation Washington a Secretary of the Treasury Henry h. Fowler offered Congress a Stark Choice today reject president Johnson s tax increase and open the Way for a possible $29-billion deficit or enact it and Kennedy. Red China releases soviet ship auth Mississippi Clear to partly Cloudy and warmer through tuesday. A few thundershowers tuesday afternoon. Lowest tonight 64-72. Highest tuesday 88-94. U. S. Weather station located at u. S. Navy base in Gulfport 24 hours ended at 5 . High Low noon prec. Aug. 12. 84 59 aug. 13 .90 66 aug. 1464 84 other weather on pm. 8 by co chairman Robert Woodall will Contact present members of the chamber for renewals. Peden said firms and individuals who join the chamber Quot will be better merchants and better citizens Quot As a result of the affiliation. Woodall discussed the Quot fair share plan Quot of dues assessment adopted last year and the common Billing Date being put into effect with this year s drive. President m. James Stevens briefly discussed activities of the chamber and How it has affected Community life and growth. He told of the economic and recreational advantages of the coast area and pointed out the chamber is on the payroll of each of its members to serve them in their business and personal life. Incentive prizes to be awarded drive workers on the basis of new memberships obtained were reviewed by Sam k. Williams Secretary manager. The drive will continue through wednesday ending at 5 . The invocation was Given by the Rev. Or. William g. Tanner pastor of first Baptist Church. Organ music and refreshments were provided by Jim Anderson hotel , Brand visit . Washington a West German foreign minister Willy Brandt was due to arrive Here to Cir a to join Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger for an official visit Kiesinger s first since becoming Chancellor last december. The West German leaders meet with american officials tuesday and wednesday including president Johnson vice president Hubert h. Humphrey Secretary of state Dean Rusk and defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara. Kiesinger and his wife who arrived sunday will be i Wash m red _ _ a much Quot 0&Quot their time with the Quot guards escorted the Shi out of Man cause the charge of daughter and american son in Luck i would t have any at defense attorney Harry Bur Glass announced an Appeal will be filed on Many Points of Law., judge Frank j. Slafca did not i set a Date for sentencing j Burglass said Andrews 44, i will not he eligible for Bond until Moscow apr the battered be has been sentenced. Maxi soviet merchant ship Svirsk mum sentence would be five limped out of the red chinese years port of Dairen sunday a mos Marathon debate cow report said after the the Case went to the jury be chinese released her Captain fore Midnight after Marathon and three crewmen following a Debat for five Days and include bitter Exchange of protest notes de a sunday session so unusual with the soviets. The judge had to Check the Law the soviet Union announced books to see if it was Legal. The trial was before a five Law or. And mrs. Volkmar k. Wentzel of race vote numbers a Story published saturday in the daily Herald inadvertently failed to list aug. 29 second primary ballot numbers assigned to the two Runoff candidates for sheriff and tax collector of Harrison county. The numbers assigned Are Homer Graham 29 Luther Patton 30. Ballot numbers assigned All other candidates were listed in the saturday article. The yellow sea port. The i perjury is a Misdemeanour under Svirsk s Hull superstructure Louisiana Law. Twelve member and equipment bore anti soviet juries Are reserved for felony inscriptions. Cases. All the russian crewmen in final arguments the state were aboard when the Svirsk accused Andrews of trying Quot to headed for the soviet port of play games Quot with the Orleans Vladivostok the announcement i a Quot she Rand jury which is reported but the ship s Docu probing an alleged assassination ments were kept by the chinese. Of. Soviet Premier Alexei n. To the prosecution said Andrews Saygin sent a Telegram to wound up trapped in lies chinese Premier Chou in Lai ,0n the trave f saturday demanding that the a is. What the state Truty Indi Reh chinese release the Captain rated to Andrews was Quot Tell us Jel Asey a a 1 what we want to hear. Dean and captured crewmen and let a a the Svirsk sail. And then it s All right. Telegram a peking broadcast heard in Tokyo however made no mention of Kosygin s Telegram in announcing that Quot the chinese five counts of perjury against Andrews a lawyer who once advised Lee Harvey Oswald on Mi-1 nor Legal matters were filed j primarily because he said he could not identify Clay l. Shaw government ordered the Captain j As the mysterious Clay Ber and one other crewman to leave j Trand. China and never come Back to this the ship arrived in Dairen july 22 and shortly after a pravda dispatch said second navigator Stanislav v. Ivanov was accused by chinese Jot Hori ties of refusing to accept a Mao a continued on Page two member prospects. Harry Bell Captain of team no. 7, hands cards giving the names of prospective new members a a a be Fulmer membership drive worker at the opening of the a port area of Commerce s annual Effort. The drive began at a Coffee meeting at hotel this morning and will continue through wednesday. Daily Herald staff photo one dead 15 trapped in mine Mieres Spain a an explosion killed at least one Coal Miner critically Hurt another and trapped Quot 14 or 15 in a mine near Mieres today. One body was removed from the pit at mid morning and a critically injured Miner was rescued about two hours after tha blast. Seventeen miners were first reported trapped but mine officials said later they were not certain of the number. Ambulances medical equipment and Rescue parties were rushed to the mine but efforts to Contact the trapped miners have been unsuccessful so far. The officials said the explosion occurred just after. The morning shift entered the pit whose main gallery was believed to have collapsed. Dist. Atty. Jim Garrison contends that Quot Shaw 54, a wealthy new Orleans businessman used Quot Bertrand Quot As an alias to plot the murder of Kennedy. The defense rested Quot its Case after playing a voice tape of Andrews replies to state interrogation before the grand jury March 16 Quot he told them the truth Quot said j Burglass. Quot but he s got a Jivey continued on Page 14 _ 40ears Figo Evers tells of plot on life Jackson miss. A negro Leader Charles Evers said sunday night he. Had received reports that militant negroes would try to assassinate him today probably during a Quot poor Peoples March Quot scheduled Here. He said he had heard the assassins might try to provoke police into making arrests during the March kill him during the turmoil then blame his death on police officers. Evers who is state Field Secretary for the National association for the advancement of coloured people did not indicate How serious he considered the danger but said Quot i be heard that any number of he did not say where he received his information. The March has been planned by a coalition of civil rights groups in an Effort to dramatize the plight of Mississippi s poor people not just negroes to the governor. Quot i be heard that someone was going to try to kill me Quot Evers said. Quot i be also heard that they were going to try to provoke the policemen into making some arrests and during the turmoil they were going to kill me and make it look like the police did it. Quot Well i la say to them As i be said to the Kluckert Tod the klan they better not miss. If that s the Way i be got to go then let me go but i m certainly going to go trying to do what s Best for my people and for the people of Evers made the statement in an interview with a Jackson continued on to age 22 bears in Park kill two girls West Glacier Mont. Apr the superintendent of Glacier National Park says lightning May have goaded two grizzly bears into killing two 19-year-old girls Early sunday As they slept in sleeping bags in this rugged wilderness. Killed in the separate incidents 20 Miles apart in the mountainous Park on the Montana Canada Border were Julie Helgeson of Albert Lea minn., and Michele Koons of san Dei go Calif. Roy Ducat 18, of Perrysburg Ohio was seriously injured by the Bear that killed miss Helgeson. Forest rangers pressed a search for the killer animals. Park supt. Keith Neilson said his Only theory on the attacks was that lightning strikes in the Park alarmed the normally shy near sighted grizzlies into attacking. I lightning started 14 Forest j fires in the Park saturday and j sunday. More than 400 firefight j ters tried to control them. The Park has had no rain since june. Blames lightning Quot there seems to be an association Between the lightning continued on Page 14 still face the Prospect of $14 billion to $18 billion red Ink spending. Those Fowler told the House ways and Means committee Are the hard facts of the nation s fiscal situation. He said that with economies the government plans to make and with the 10 per cent income tax surcharge which he called Quot a moderate temporary emergency increase Quot the Treasury can hold its borrowing Down to a level that will not disrupt markets and shoot interest rates 19 dead in state accidents i by the associated press traffic deaths on Mississippi a highways soared to at least 19 Jover the weekend the bulk of j them coming within hours of the time the count began. Fri Day and shortly before the Peri Iod ended sunday. J a. G. Hargett 21, of nettle Jon was killed in an Accident j on a county Road near his Home a sunday. Officers said his car left the Road. Clifton Huey Pilgram 20, of Dekalb was killed in a one car Accident sunday on state 16 near Philadelphia. Two Benoit residents died sunday afternoon in a two car collision at the intersection of miss. 1 and miss. 450 in Bolivar county. They were Bank j. Powell 64, and Mary Lou Powell 92. An Alabama girl Susan Nich ols 18, of Carrollton died sunday when her car overturned near Columbus j the associated press weekend count tif traffic deaths began at 6 . Friday and ended at Midnight sunday. More than half the deaths occurred in one Accident on the Tuscumbia River Bridge near Corinth Friday night. The nine victims of that Accident were or. And mrs. Malcolm m. Wad Lington of Sledge miss., their three daughters a guest in their station Wagon and three men in another car. Another guest in the car 12-year-old Ann Hogan of Sledge was the Only survivor. She was taken to a Memphis Hospital in critical condition. Janice Carol Scott of Moss Point 18, was killed saturday night when a car driven by her brother Stephen overturned and skidded into a drainage ditch near Pascagoula. The brother and two other persons were seriously injured. Cecil Norman 28, of Cairo 111., died saturday in a two car collision near Greenville. Ransom Reed of Columbus was killed in a one car Accident on a county Road near Shannon Friday night. Three members of a Mississippi family died saturday when their car hit a Bridge support near Kankakee 111. They were mrs. Kallie Rogers 50, and her son Willie 22, both of Guntown and mrs. Rogers daughter Betty Rogers 28, of Laurel. Visits Oslo Oslo Norway a British foreign Secretary George Brown arrived Here today for a three Day official visit. His talks with norwegian officials will Range from the closing of the Suez canal which hits both maritime nations to the norwegian automobile tax which hits British exporters i up. Thus he said widespread inflation can be avoided. I budget director Charles l. Schultze backed Fowler s estimate of the deficit and said Quot we Are determined to Cut More than $1.5 billion Quot in spending. Quot we Are aiming at a Cut of Over $2 billion As a Means of holding civilian expenditures below the january estimate Quot Schultze continued. Spending estimate Fowler said the spending estimate submitted in january for the year that began july 1 May now be exceeded by As much As $8.5 billion including $4 billion for defense and that revenues May be As much As $7 billion less than had been anticipated. Fowler sought to show that the proposed tax increase is less heavy than those enacted under comparable circumstances in the past. He said that during world War ii personal income taxes were raised by the equivalent of 730 per cent and the taxes associated with the korean War were equivalent to about a 28 per cent surcharge. In contrast he said a married couple with two children ind a $ 10.000 salary typically would pay about $111 More under the pending surtax proposal or not much More than one per cent of total income. Johnson in a series of sessions with House democrats had Laid out the main lines of the administration argument a deficit possibly approaching $30 billion would mean inflation higher interest rates scarce Money for the Small business and individual Borrower and quite Likely disaster for the Home building Industry. The opposing argument is that the Economy is not so Strong but that a Burden of the magnitude of the proposed tax increase might depress it and actually reduce instead of increasing the government s revenues. Chairman Wilbur d. Mills d-ark., of the ways and Means committee expressed a widespread congressional feeling when he said Quot i am absolutely Mills added sunday the proposal Quot certainly faces a very difficult Uphill Battle Quot and he sees no congressional or taxpayer enthusiasm for any tax increase. Mills called the proposal Quot about the toughest proposition Quot Johnson has faced in the Field of legislation. But Fowler said sunday he believes there will be no need for Compromise on the plan once Mills committee Quot is fully confronted with the sen. Thruston b. Morton r-ky., said he believes if a surtax is voted it is Likely to be six or seven per cent instead of 10 per cent. He said he thinks Johnson has Only a 50-50 Chance of getting any surtax approved by Congress. Mills spoke on a radio television broadcast in new York state Fowler on Abc s Quot issues Aid answers Quot and Morton on metro Media s Quot opinion Johnson made one move saturday to demonstrate his stated intention to hold Down some types of government spending. He vetoed a Bill that would have provided More life insurance coverage for 2.5 million Federal employees and would have Cost $61 million the first year. He also told Congress not to go beyond a 4.5 per cent increase he has recommended in Federal pay. 40 years ago in the daily Herald August 14,1927 mrs. J. E. Lockard and miss Lula Mae Lockard of Vancleave ire spending some Days m Oxford miss., j guests of mrs. Lockard s i sister mrs. Lulie Chandler. 29 years ago in the daily Herald August 14,1947 pass Christian softball teams made a clean sweep of a triple header tuesday night on the pass High athletic Field. The pass girls won the opener by a 1-0 count Over de Saloam s of Gulfport Dixie 45 Defeated Wiggins 9-2, and Spence s repeated Over Wiggins by the same count in the Nightcap. Victims. A. Michele Koons left of san Diego Calif., and Julie Helgeson Center of Albert Lea minn., both 19, were killed by grizzly bears in Montana s Glacier National part. They Wert killed in separate incidents 20 Miles apart As they slept in sleeping bags. Roy Ducat 18, right of Perrysburg Ohio was seriously injured by the same Bear that killed miss Helgeson. A wire photo

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