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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Biloxi, Mississippi 28 pages today Biloxi local news pm 1� coast entertainments pm. 12 Gulfport Loc news pm. 16 local amp National sports mpg 22 Beram classifieds pm. 24 the daily Herald continued showers associated press and Nea features Herald balding by oxi Mississippi coast monday afternoon May 20, 1963 Wald building Gulfport volume 79�?number 195 Harrison school Bond proposal Defeated again a proposed $1,882,987 building program Bond Issue for the Harrison county school District was again Defeated saturday on the de 1,840 voters favored the Bend Issue and 1,410 were opposed. Liis added up to 56 per cent in favor of the Bond Issue with 60 basis of unofficial returns from i per cent of those voting required the special election. The Complete but Lui official to insure passage. The county election Coni mistision Moss Point school Bond Issue Fai is tally from the 20 precincts show was scheduled to meet at 2 . A a today to canvass the returns. I disappointed school officials de dined immediate comment. It was the fourth consecutive defeat for proposed land issues in the past two years it was the second defeat for a the Bond Issue in three months. I in a feb. 16 special election the i proposal received a favourable vote of 1,334 for to 985 against a but also was Short of the a Perl Vilosa Point area voters Satur cent approval required Day soundly rejected a $2.6 Mil Itter vote lion Bond Issue to expand their schools. Although i the voter turnout was today s unofficial Couitt heavier saturday a to 834 votes for and 1,338 votes a allotted As compar a inst tiie Issue which would 2,319 on feb. 16, the mar have raised property taxes .$6 per a i Quot of defeat was slightly higher. §1.000. I Only five precincts gave a fax tie election commission Wasoi Atile vote to the Bond Issue j scheduled to meet today to Makel lies were Orange Grove d i an official count of returns. Iberville. Lizana Vidalia and lad along with a $500.000 state Nier. Orange Grove d Iberville Grant funds provided by to Briand Lizana Are among the larger Bond Issue were in tended for boxes in the county District but three new schools and improve dismissal of liquor suit upheld Back to Normal ments on existing facilities. Ready for trouble at Jackson their one sided support failed to offset the cumulative vote in thei 15 other precincts. Tie unofficial vote by precincts follows Lizana 227 to 36 Riceville 12 to 67 Howison 0 to 22 Wortham 5 to 30 Vidalia 58 to 9 Finley �13 to 28 Saucier 8 to 193 and i Vance 1 to 45 Ladnier 27 to 16 j Pineville 45 to 5? Lyman 56 to 154 Orange Grove 620 to 80 Howard Creek 45 to 145 peace l. Gordon Cooper America s newest spaceman gets Hack to regular meals and takes a rest before his meeting with the president. Jackson miss. Up a the Creek 0 to 93 pop Jackson police department Anco head. 12 to 207 West Plains the Hinds com to sheriff s office a Hope. 3 to 37 Stone stood United today to put Down d Iberville Quot any racial demonstrations we i might i sheriff j. R. Gilfoy pledged Quot Complete cooperation with pm Ivy ports lice sunday after Giang the offi a cers a 45-minute briefing on to Ieiri i probable role in queuing Demon Joti 1 stations and equipment to be next in line pm la flir to mayor Auen Thomp son has said j a of vol Jackson was astronaut scheduled More accolades Nea radio telephoto is for Jackson. Miss. Apr the \ Mississippi supreme court ruled today Hinds chancery court Hadi correctly dismissed a liquor suit filed by seven restaurant owners against a downtown Jackson club. Tie restaurant men charged Ini a their suit the Patio club a Pri Ovate organization kept liquor in violation of state Law and they asked a court of der again s fun i iture violations of the prohibition suit was last oct. 1 30 when none of the complainants filed a required affidavit that he j had not received Ary Quot valuable consideration or inducement Quot to prosecute the Case. Two of the men. C. W. Carrjr. And j. P. Crechale appealed the was improper be it cause the requirement that the affidavit be Field was Union Stith a tonal. Riling however the state supreme court ruled the state had the Power Quot to regulate litigation in its courts and to prevent persons from unlawfully inciting the High court also affirmed a Scott chancery court decree list citing a planned expansion of the Forest City limits to 160 acres., the City had sought to add 1,7281 acres to its size. 1 Quot Nie Burden of proof was oni the City. Quot the court said. Quot we refuse to Speed Barnett s hearing More rain is slated Washington map a the us the High tribunal on april 29, preme court refused today to 1963 agreed to hear arguments on Speed up its hearing of an Appeal the jury trial question but said in which gov. Boss r. Barmett of the arguments would be heard in Mississippi Clamis the right to a a the court s new term next fall jury trial in the criminal contempt j it said the Case probably would by the associated press today s forecast held out some Hope for Mississippi s parched Fields and Dusty roads with scattered showers and thundershowers across the state today and tuesday. It s not Likely the Rains will be heavy though probably covering 10 per cent of the state today and 20 per cent tuesday. For the next five Days a half to three quarters Inch rainfall was predicted. Highs forecast today were 75-82 in the North 82-88 in Central portions and 80-88 in the South. For tonight lows predicted were North 54-60, Middle 56-62 and South 58. Yesterday s highs were Tupelo 86, Greenwood 89, Columbus 85, Jackson 90, Meridian 88 and Biloxi 81. Lows ranged from the upper 50s to the upper 60s sunday night Case pending against him. Be called some Tiiu in during a the High tribunal an noticed its j two week session beginning octo refusal in routine fashion in a Long Ber 14. List of orders. 1 Barnett then petitioned tha the order in the Barnett Case a court for a special Early argument session and prompt decks roof pair cited the governor Asci it. Gov. Paul b. Johnson of Mississippi Wera cited for Cru Ninal contempt by a the . Circuit court in new of it leans the officials were accused i of refusing to obey circuit court orders not to interfere with and. A Mission of Jaines h. Meredith a a negro to the University of Mississippi last fall a or. A a. I after citing the state officials Washington 5wthe supreme the circuit court 4-4 on court overturned today the con whether the trial should be by a gave no explanation. Convictions on sit ins overturned have carefully reviewed the Evi m _ m Lence. And it is our consid a to Hlf ered opinion that this court can not confidently say that there Isi no substantial evid nce to sup j port the Diance Llor s finding. Quot the supreme court also reversed and remanded an $18,500 Winsta county circuit court damage suit Case on grounds the hearing on saturday verdict was excessive. The court said there were several errors Jackson miss. Apr . Involved in the question of dam. Is. Judge Harold Cox will re Ages. Sume saturday a hearing on a a h. Addkison filed the suit Justice department suit seeking a of canaveral Fla a come from an extended Mercury against Topiah dairies inc. And a to prevent the sheriff of adjacent nov in. after a Dairy truck Frankm county from alleged m he tossed the question to driven by Jackson skidded off the Tererence with negro voter Reg is s Gordo Robert c. Seamans. Associate Road and collided i a service istra Uon App Cante. To do also utely nothing today sex administrator of the nation Are station store and residence owned judge Cox heard test Nony last 1 cent relax a that s some timing on Utica and space adm Nistra iii Cilo 6 that comes Tion. Easy to a Man who can doze off Quot we Are faced with a decision while perched atop a rocket set in the next week or so on Aneth Ito blast him into space. Mercury fight Quot. Seamans _ said asked at a news conference but Faid it is quite sunday if he thought his flight other Mercury manned Mission Quot next in one Quot fori i. Demonstrations a Noilar to those in a police concluded i sect Mercury. Coop will be conducted. Bimi Inghan. Last week he said 1 today sought two men who or replied that it was his personal Quot the longer you keep Mercury the City would not tolerate i it i harmed to Weir was into the apart a opinion that great gain would personnel Worling on Mercury Lence but be would not negotiate ment of mrs. Germaine c. Wells in gets the longer you delay Dut with civil rights organizations. Owner of Amaud s Rei Tau rant. To so tonight in response to Thomp snatch two Diamond rings valued i q cd on s televised talk Medgar Evers of Jackson slate Field at .s60.000. Police said mrs. Wells said the rotary for the National , described in their Early t Tion for the advancement of col took one ring valued at �50.000 a a a a ored people v ill make an and and an Emerald ring with Dia dress Over Jackson s two telex Moi id setting Worth $10 000 1 1 c Dilc icon stations. Or said her 2b-Vear-od Wjt i Llola tiie a act had cask no upon daughter. Arnaud Wells was left Thompson to negotiate an end to bound with a Sash Cord and and Seoul. South Korea a it racial discrimination m and Ali Csire. She said the men robbed the North koreans agreed today a desegregation of Puoh facile Lher in Lier bedroom above the to meet wednesday with the Jav Rich Quarter restaurant. United nations coir Anand to Dis Ting the in on the gemini pro i am Quot he said. Tuesday the laconic Oklahoma with the Huck finn Grin will receive the. National aeronaut us and space administration s Distin qui bed service medal from president Kennedy at a ceremony in Tjie White House Rose Garden i alien he Wil address a joint ses Isi ii of Congress and the Fonow King Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Cooper plans Only to rest by Addkison. I saturday then continued the Case for a week. The Justice department in the suit fumed at sheriff Jonathon Edwards jr., charged that two negroes were struck by Rankin county officers and forced out i of the courthouse at Brandon before they could fill out registration forms clerk testifies fictions of sit in demonstrates in five major cases. The cases were Fresn Durham . New Orleans Greenville ., and two cases from Birmingham Ala. The court s action was disclosed with the release of an opinion by Justice Harlan in which he Onciu red in part and dissented in part with the majority s action. It was not known immediately who delivered the majority opinion. Presumably it was chief Justice Warren since he released an Opin a Ion in the Case from Greenville Warren ruling in the Greenville Case Warren declared that Quot when a state Agency passes a Law compelling persons to discriminate against other persons because of race and the state s criminal processes Are employed in a Way which enforces the discrimination mandated by that Law such a palpable violation of the 14th amendment cannot be saved by attempting to separate the mental urges of the Harlan s opinion said he disagreed with the court majority because of its treatment of the state action Issue. Harlan also objected to what lie said were Quot the Broad strides with which it the court has proceeded jury or by a judge or judges. Barmett and Johnson asked a jur3f trial. The circuit court requested the supreme court to decide the Issue after which the contempt trial would be held. Johnson joined Barmett in asking a prompt hearing and decision. Their petition pointed out their terms of office expire in january. Louisiana lawmakers to return Baton Rouge apr Louid Ana lawmakers return today amid indications non fiscal issues will figure in the second week of tha 30-Day Fisi Ial legislature. The potential issues appeared to be legislative reapportionment a pledged presidential electors and the effect of Reform Legisla Tion on the state prison. The $546 million general appropriations Bill offered by gov. Jimr Ime h. Davis Admi stration As the main vehicle for carrying tha Cost of state operations next fiscal year was ready for a big push through the House. The House returns to work at in setting aside the conviction in 4 . While the Senate All of these cases. Time until the bulk of legis Latil Harlan sail the cases called for i business arrives from the House Quot discreet treatment and i returns at 7 . Opinions by chief Justice War to St week was Short and make hotel ruling in Louisiana new Orleans a a Spe i Quot Quot sati Widla Quot a sheariii2 t r released singly first quiet with 130 Bius offered in the Cial 3-judge Federal District court a a Staw cd Tel he Greenville Case next in the a House and 22 in the Senate. Fifty has wiped out Louisiana a state cases. Cleared the House screen iii Law sanctioning hotel segregation of a a to Nall of the cases resulted from 1 committee Mcl uding the Money but whether the decision wipes Init per taming to the Campaign to Force dese Grega out voluntary hotel segregation at the same time is still not Clear. Quot two of the three judges said to a a n7�?zii�? from the one predictable aft ref s. Wens was in a Baptist hos cuss return of two american cosmic Advent Petal reported under sedation. Copter pilots forced Down behin Onrush of adulation from new Orleans pm tuition Jessie Bridge. 20-year-old night co Mimi of lines. An admiring populace. Tuition goes up. John minor Wisdom or undergraduate students will go watchman and bartender told to the reds had Eai Uei Aih i u up $100 a semester next fall Mak he mrs. Webs telephoned him Reques from a 5. Gen. Guy s. S Heartfelt Welcome by Teri bots fre Omnes Quot ing the combined tuition and uni he e he was downstairs and told Mcloy tor the meeting. Cople of Cocoa Beach who varsity fee $1.400 a year. Him to come to her bedroom. The two pilots. Capt. Ben w. Sunday along a to <3 in it a to the new rate announced Satur found bound Stutts. Flon nce Ala., and Zapt. Goe stretch of Sun drenched his just 0 base Toije what to Eva to map a vow restaurant until closing time. Thev Lary. Thir is the Western bound. Raj a Lynx or j accompanied miss Wells Quot a of the is mile Long Amii Stice a Pitt a astronauts largest in this Neon Light Southeastern Mississippi 4 a elsewhere and returned to the res demarcation line. Considerable cloudiness and not so m. Maj. Kenneth j. Calcatera. Nor Olliev were invited in for a night Way. Mich., said he telephoned the warm through tuesday with scat g Accordine to air in s wive.= saturday and re feed showers and thundershowers a., it a Call their Home away from Home. Continued on Page two the Dolice account ported their husbands were a St Rel i Hest sex s punched mrs. it 85. Variable winds 8 to 16 v to. A i a i Ai Miles per hour. Outlook to ohs uncut Day partly Cloudy and mild with i orly afterwards. A catered showers near the coast. Returning to the ground floor Klow Runov a the pair left and told the night i we Softli Mississippi considerable a Tiiman they would no be re cloudiness and not quite so warm a turning. Jackson. A an through tuesday with scattered the wanted men. According to emergency Landing of a Delta do showers and thundershowers. Low a miss Wells gave Theu names As 6 christened the runway of the est tonight .tfi-6�. and Irv Philips. New municipal Airport Here Sun 74-84 mrs. Wells previous la reported total of s181,000 Worth of jewelry the plane scheduled to land at . Weather station located at the old Airport developed by u. S. Nat base in Gulfport 24,- Draluc trouble in the Landing a hours ended at 5 . Quarantined Mav 19 Quot Quot it Ranc Oon. Burma a. A Mav 20fis 71 of blocks in Taratus and touched Doi i n on the w runway not yet in use. of blocks in Rangoon 3 passengers aboard the suburbs Nvere quarantined Sunda p be bound tor Memphis and weather station located at As the cholera fatality ads other Easley Points were shuttled big of yacht club at Rangoon genral hos the old Airport for t ight out. At 5 a i p Lal. Three More deaths were re emergency Seq moment was sum i High Lov Quot Oon prec rated in Moulmein. Bringing to Money to stand by As the plane i 59 06 total to 93 since the epidemic be came to a Stop without incident. 64 77 a in. An unknown number of Chil i the plane in usog the now run Dren Are reported to have died at Way became tie first Commer Mav 19 May 20 other weather on Page 10 ka\\j3envillage near Mou Hnein. Cia her a Here. Common Mart. Drums blast cows dash Horn Church England api a the Hom Church drum and trumpet corps went for a week end rehearsal in Peter read s pasture. Read s 50 cows hated their Heads with interest As bandmaster Brian Keeler raised his Baton for John Philips Sousa s Quot Semper the Drums crashed out and the horns blared. Five cows dropped dead. Tha rest stampeded. Keeler apologized profusely. Quot they were obviously terrified by the noise Quot said read. But he added that he would t sue Quot Toliese things Federal charges. But the Justice department presented a statement which Brad in7heir"opinron"handdxlkt de Quot urday. The decision Quot dooms the i a he Long standing statewide custom a a lie alleged Mcdent. That White hotels May not accept during negro 1�� a seven years about 75 be Quot doors closed to negroes in shoes had sought to Register and Louisiana since reconstructing of Quot to 60 per cent had been Regis i Days will be said Judy ter he said there were some Hen sch Verf of Quot to of the 5th 11.000 persons registered less a Sis finn pm s than 100 of them negroes. Mississippi Bis two of the negroes involved in the alleged incident testified. Wallace Davis 30, said he was filling in a registration form when someone Quot struck me Back of my disagreed head with i m. C. Carr. 23, said he was in the clerk s office when someone whether a hotel s Doois remain i Quot list me closed to negroes is up to its own-1 sheriff Ekl wards who was in or said judge West. A the Cote room was not called to the Only Issue the Case present testify de. A said was whether a state could a by legislative enactment in Force a hotel Man to bar a no a Gro from his establishment. Judge West said the Only right a involved was the right of the Hgt Tel owner to run his business without undue governmental interference a rather than the right of the Neo to be admitted to the hotels in question. As i believe that Trie fed eral government May not legally Tion of lunch counters and other continued on Page two Schwan Heads state s elks Greenville. Mss. Apr enry charge of Mississippi today after election As president in the order s statewide convention. Outliers elected at tie a Day meet which closed sunday were Gerald Francisca to Hattiesburg South vice president Jack Terry Clarksdale North vice president and Louis Ramon. Biloxi Secretary treasurer. School ruling. Officials give Hearty Praise Davis floor leaders have to keep the lid on the fiscal session by brushing aside non fiscal matters. The legislative study committee in reapportionment planned to prepare its report on How seat in the legislature should be distributed to various areas. A three judge Federal court at new Orleans decided to hold aside a taxpayers suit to Force reapportionment to see what action the legislature takes. Reapportionment rep. Warren Simon of Vermil Ion chairman of the reapportionment committee said he to ild to to bring up the matter in tha Hoe today or tuesday. He has called for either a vote on tha matter now or a special session later. Rep. Salvador Anzelmo of Orleans a member of the committee plans a minority report of Fenny different ideas. Rep. Parey Branton of Webster May make his move to promo la a pledged electors in the next presidential race. He said the House May decide the Issue rep. Bryan Lehmann jr., of St. Charles win meet with his Hoo a appropriations committee at 3 . The general appropriations Hill its m his committee along with Force the owner or operator of a a go Sidney c. The Federal government in ome other special appropriations private business to rung dismissing a Justice suit. A Hmann has said his committee said judge West Quot so do 1 believe apartment suit see Keg de Segre i they maintained Quot both con Quot to shove the spending Biu that the state or local government Gabion of Gulfport pubic schools go Ess and local school districts a House vote May not compel the owner or of today was hailed As a Quot compre orator of a private business 0 pensive and Well order Quot private a 3-judge court was convened by officials of the school District. Owen t. Palmer jr., Board at have always considered that tie Grant of impacted area funds or thursday. Davis special committee on la Auto ionized no interference by the f prison jul meet with the Federal government in purely Lor a Board of institutions at 3 because a Federal state question Tomey. And James s. Eaton an Cal administrative in to Iron out Dif. And a Louisiana Law were in attorney and chairman of the Judee. Mi7p Annc Livrieri the of of ices. Solved. School Board issued a statement Tornez a Osedo the Quot i Chester Green of tha the decision resulted from cases praising judge Mize s order and Shive requested tha against the Royal Orleans Hotal,.expressing Hope Quot that the Federal a Elf As i74 so Odh cab a Sta of and go Denim it might now abandon the Hilton inn a in the new or this Effort to interfere in opera leans u. S. Demands state s misses America visit Bankers meet i Tion Quot of the schools. Quot we also recognize that such May not be the Case Quot the state ment Obsena de. Be the Well reasoned order rendered by. Judge Mize. We have Felt from Rev apr a the european Bench finance mini ter Valera tar is they considered too High tiie Market group s decision to annual party Given by the Deposit a outset that there was no Legal Market Counti is Anivea Giscard d Estwing said Quot ivs for As Well at agreed general cuts. Clu Istian a. Herter. President a Arainty Bank of Jackson on Bagg of a. Njg i in asserted by Coumon Market Cour a ios disc. U delegation a. Insisted Kennedy s chief negotiator at the sunday night for members of the today to american fic magics tor the americans to sat. A in equal percentage cuts trom att talks. The talks wind up Mississippi Bankers association in across tie Board Tariff Cut thi Jig Fuu Sessum of he 73-ij&., 50th . Nth a goal of a la Hes t it a. Biloxi. Apparent reversal of position was general agreement on Teri is and As High As 30 per cent it w ants t e . Proposal Ralli the state s two most famous and Case Lay support this inn Gilbert s committee has no Ciple of non it reference in local posed Bills to make reform., school matters. To e prison but Green said his can Appeal i Board has worries about the a Quot a Quot any further move is now up to package and its effect the Tjoa of trustees of the Justice department has i Quot a a he a Mississippi two misses Eri Siil Quot Saxilis Quot a s is sufi is sets fied at the comprehensive and the attorneys said if the 3th boost their discharge Money a a a to pit of iii tier Lrtil a Muley. Cas a Mary Ann Mobley and Lynda Lee Meade a were on hand to ser e As official hostesses for the 40 Quot years go aimed at ending deadlock be. Trades conference marked time to open formal bargaining i tween the world s two greatest while the co Union my Keteri. And i is if Lii ass the a noted St Sis up ily Herald trading blocs. The Linen cans cockeyed tor Posi to Date fixed nearly slashed told the guests what has been 20, in but at uie same Imie tie . A coi Pion Market Tucia said by the same percentage. At a Kap Piening to each one since they x non i euro Ean countries demanded chairman Tiuis Schaffner of no Date could be fixed tor oar franc e s insistence the Cornmon wore the coveted of t. J. Wills Tio a that in return the muted states Swisher and called off an talks until the unit Market countries contended that Nat s. Rogers president of the baccalaureate and agree to an automatic formula i. R noon meeting but agreed to Preed stat and the Trade bloc High . Tariffs should be slashed Bank was the Host. Now Treasur night _ a complied adjusting gaps Between High Side at a special evening session i agree on approach. He said the by greater amounts than Low Euer of the state Bankers Rogers is i Quot american tariffs and lower of of tie disputing sides. Common Market would agree Toj Ropcean tariffs. I in line to move up to vice presi a a a a Rop Ean ones. A Crux of the situation is that a Quot the United states con a negotiators rejected Dent when new officers Are elect a a Wes German dec Onondas min ministers of the common to handle the High Tariff this a. A elation of the . De on wednesday. 1��.� Herald i ter Ludwig Erhard claimed ere countries France West Ger problem of the same level As its Trade expansion act of 1962, More than 5c0 of the Bankers Dit for the new proposal which he Many. Italy the Netherlands. Bel-1 proposals for cuts which gave the president the and their guests who arrived of Faid he thought would end the Giusi and Luxembourg a insist Maurice Brasseau belgian min broadest Powers in history to Cut or the weekend to attend the Dia sea Dick with to a United states on reductions in individual . Ister of foreign Trade conveyed american tariffs. Continued on Page two circuit upheld judge Mize s Rull Crea twin e offer Loots or ing it is possible the litigation end the prison s re Johnng fund would be terminated unless fur rep. Hiram Allen of Tangi a ther Appeal was made to the u. S. Of said he would try to introduce supreme court. A by its make a 30-Day mail term however they noted. Quot even mandatory for anyone comic Ted though the government might pre a of buying votes Vail on Appeal no final action Allen would define vote buying could be taken on the specific re i a people who engage in the quests of the government either Quot Ole Sale purchasing of votes and by the court of appeals or us hauling or arranging to have preme court. The Case would people to vote Absentee simply be returned for a full hear i have no intention of ing before the District judge. A absent on election where the Burdair of proving All Allen said the measure would the material allegations of the Quot of disturb present Law on buying complaint would rest with the attempting to buy votes Bat j would Center on Absentee voting. Palmer and Eaton said Quot we would Hope that the government t in. 1. A a riot prolong lies uti gation la a principal mining inv Appeal. But if it should per of to of Philippines in speckled Trout fishing Mth Ute elude Gold Silver Copper Iron Shymp thu Darr to Mibu i continued of Page two manganese Ehr Omita and some

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