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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Biloxi, Mississippi 2�? the daily Herald Biloxi Gulfport miss. Saturday october 17, 1970deaths Edgar r. Cochran Edgar Ray Cochran 33, was found dead about 1 . Thursday afternoon at his residence 2600 18th ave., apartment 3, Gulfport. Harrison county Coroner Gladys o Neil said death occurred about 1 . Thursday and was from non violent causes. Cochran was born nov. 25, 1936, in Houston county Ala. A Carpenter by Trade he is a regular president of Dothan Ala. He was a member of Emanuel Baptist Church Dothan. Survivors include his parents or. And mrs. Leamon Davis of Dothan one brother Billy Cochran of Honolulu Hawaii a grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Mcdowell of Blakely a. The body was shipped from Lang funeral Home Gulfport. To the Ward Wilson funeral Home Dothan where funeral services will be held at 3 . Sunday from the Chape with interment in Dothan City Ceme Ery mrs. Beulah e. Larsen a graveside service for mrs. Buelah Edna Larsen 96, we died thursday at 12 30 . Ai the Gulf Haven nursing Center in Bay st. Louis was held Friday morning at Evergreen gardens in Gulfport. Paul r. Smillie Reader first Church of Christ scientist Gulfport conducted the service. Mrs. Larsen bom aug. 19. 1874, in Vicksburg resided in Pascagoula prior to moving to Bay st. Louis 10 years ago to the nursing Center. She was a Christian scientist. / she is survived by one grandson Albert t. Rice Gulf part and one granddaughter mrs. D. L. Perkins Lafayette la. Riemann funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He a risen school Board president asks parents to help transition col. Robert Booth col. Robert m. Booth . Army ret 58, died Friday morning at Usan medical Center Keesler fab. A native of new York City. N.y., he resided in fort Walton Beach. Fla. Col. Booth was a 1935 graduate of the . Military Academy at West Point. He retired in july 1965. He was a Veteran of world War n and the korean conflict. Survivors include his widow mrs. Dahlis Mcmurdo Booth. Remains will be sent from the Bradford okeefe funeral Home Biloxi. To Arlington National cemetery for Burke the funeral of Odis Burke is set for 2 . Sunday from gospel Fellowship Temple East division Biloxi. Interment will be in Biloxi cemetery. Friends May Call at the Bradford okeefe funeral Home after 5 . Today. The body will be taken at 1 . Sunday from the funeral Home. Or. Burke who died Friday in Ellisville was a native of Biloxi. He is survived by his Mother mrs. Estelle deems Biloxi and a sister. Miss Sandra deems also of Biloxi. At the time of his death or. Burke was 37. Edmond Delatte Edmond Delatte. 66, 1505 Bowen st., Ocean Springs died at 3 20 . Friday at Ocean Springs Hospital. Survivors include his wife mrs. Rose Delatte. The Bociey is at Bradford okeefe funeral Home in Biloxi where arrangements Are incomplete. Jerry m. Bourgeois Jerry Michael Bourgeois sr., 53, died thursday at his residence in Bay st. Louis. A native of Waveland or. Bourgeois is survived by his wife mrs. Essie Baynes Bourgeois of Gulfport three sons Jerry Michael Bourgeois or. Of Westminster Calif. Gary Bourgeois and Dennis Bourgeois of Gulfport a daughter miss Susan Bourgeois of Gulfport three Brothers Clarence arid Warren Bourgeois of new Orleans and Leland Bourgeois of Waveland and a sister. Mrs. Rose Guenard or. Of Waveland. Friends May Call at Quot Quot Riemann funeral Home in Bay st. Louis after 6 . Saturday. A recitation of the Rosary will be held saturday night at 8. Funeral services Are tentative y set for 3 . Sunday at the Riemann Chapel in Bay st. Louis. Internment will be in the Waveland cemetery. Harrison county school Board president Chester Collins this week called for cooperation of parents both Black and White in helping the recent increased integration of county schools to run As smoothly As possible. Noting. That several parents have made recent visits to i school Board _ meetings to discuss integration problems Collins said. Quot ninety five per cent of them Are sincere in wanting integration to work and come to the Board to discuss problems and ask he continued Quot to s the other five per cent who cause much of the trouble and they do it by making derogatory remarks to their children about other Quot we have had people admit it. Both Black an White Quot he said. Quot the children hear their Arents talking at Home then ring the talk to school. This causes More conflict than any thing that Normaly goes on at he added Quot if we could keep it at Home and have All parents of both races make an Effort to teach the children to get along with each other instead of tearing Good relations Down we would have no . Colling said cooperation of parents would get rid of Quot Iofi of hatred placed in to fax hearts of Little the Board president made his remarks after a school Board meeting where parents arrived to discuss individual problems. Collins said it was the consensus of members that if left alone the children will work out most of the problems themselves. In other business the Board heard requests of four parents with a total 13 children in the d Iberville District who wish their children to remain at woo Market school since they enrolled there before the september ruling m school area lines in u. S. District court. The parents explained the children were deeply involved in sports clubs and other activities before the court decision came and wished to delay a move to d Iberville schools until next september. Albert Necaise Board attorney explained that parents As Well As the Board would be held in contempt of Federal court for failure to comply with court guidelines. He advised them to consult u. S. District judge Walter l. Nixon or. If they wished to press to keep the children at woo Market. Necaise said later he had heard informally that judge Nixon had issued restraining order for eight of the children to remain but had received no official confirmation. In other matters relative to the court ruling the Board accepted a Complete Legal description of All areas of the school District. The description was prepared in compliance with integration guidelines. Raps jail conditions National busing Standard would Aid South it Jackson miss. A red. Charles Griffin d-miss., Friday said the South s Best bet for re the daily Herald published daily amp Sui Day except Christmas % established weekly in Biloxi 1884, daily 1898 established in Gulfport in 1909. Subscription rates effective february 1, 1970. Mau Bates Quot 1 month $2.60 3 Mont lit. $7.80 6 month $15.60 i year. 831,20. Overseas other lao Apo and Fpo number $2.60 per Monelt plan pos lace �5 die Muied by poit Oice. Single Copley Adorf 20. Single copy by counter Sale a a Orick Cadet sail 10. Sunday 20� Home Delinero by Carrier my a notch route a week 60&Quot 13 week. S7.80 26 a week $15.60 52 weeks $31.20 change of address notices and pod form 3379 a Hall be sent to . To. 1690, Culf porn Mu��iippi-39o0i and . Box 490, Biloxi Mwasi Sippi 39333.mrs. George Stone funeral service for mrs. George Stone 81, who died thursday at memorial Hospital at Gulfport will be held today at 2 . From the Riemann Chapel at Gulfport. A the Rev. John Mccay superintendent of Hattiesburg United methodist Church District and former pastor of the first United methodist Church of Gulfport will officiate. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Stone a native of Ocean Springs and resident of Gulfport since 1907, is survived by two sons w. Harry Stone and j. Hugh Stone two daughters mrs. Chester Goodyear and mrs. Frank Palazzo All of Gulfport 12 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren a sister mrs. Lou Bosarg California and two half Sisters mrs. Etta Swain of Gulfport and mrs. Martha Spradley Gulf coast convalescent Home f. Schroeder funeral services for David f. Schroeder 70, 1002 Locust md., who died san Day was held tuesday afternoon with the Rev. David b. Mulford of Christ episcopal Church officiating. Interment was in the family burial plot in East new Market cemetery. Or. Schroeder is survived by one son David c. Schroeder Long Beach one daughter mrs. C. J. Harris jr., Baltimore nine grandchildren five great grandchild re and two Sisters. Or. Schroeder operator of Schroeder s grocery in Cambridge was a member of the Dorchester county Independent grocers association a member of the Dorchester county liquor control Board and was Active in local politics for Many years As a Republican. Nixon trip continued from Page 1 Cut last monday Heads saturday to Vermont new Jersey Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in a Campaign swing that includes seven stops. He will appear at Burlington vt.,.on behalf of gop sen. Winston Prouty who is opposed by former gov. Philip Hoff and at Newark. Teterboro and Ocean Grove n.j., for state sen. Nelson Gross who wants to unseat incumbent democratic sen. Harrison a. Williams or. In Pennsylvania at Lancaster and Olmsted Airport Nixon will push Republican sen. Hugh Scott who is being challenged by state sen. William Sesler and it. Gov. Raymond Brokerick who is running against Democrat Milton Schapp for the governorship being vacated by Raymond Shafer. The president will attend a testimonial dinner at Green Bay wis., for quarterback Bart Starr and is expected to make some remarks on behalf of Republican Senate candidate John Erickson who opposes sen. William Proxmire. Nixon also has Given Erickson a role in a White House worship service sunday. The former Wisconsin basketball coach will Lead a prayer. On monday and tuesday the president will visit Ohio North Dakota Missouri Tennessee and Indiana. There will be soother Campaign trips next week. However Nixon plans to Fly to new York next Friday to address the United nations general Assembly. He will return to Washington the same Day give a White House dinner saturday for . Delegates and will meet with some of the world leaders at the White House sunday. The week following the last full week before the elections Nixon has set aside two Days oct. 28-29�?for campaigning in Tex Illinois and Minnesota. The president is expected to visit Florida and California with Nevada. New Mexico and Utah As possible additions. Press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said Nixon s political schedule will be announced when additions to other states Are firmed up. Lief from busing of school students to achieve racial balances rests in a nationwide enforcement of desegregation standards. Quot the South just does t have enough votes in Congress to Correct this problem alone Quot Griffin said in a press conference Here. Quot congressmen from other parts of the nation Are not going to risk rocking the boat unless busing affects their area directly Quot he said. Griffin announced the appointment of his wife Angie to manage his general election Campaign against Republican Ray Lee a Liberty physician. Griffin predicted negroes would have no real bearing on his race with Lee for the 3rd congressional District Post even though Blacks make up approximately 40,000 of the 150,000 voters in the District. Quot i have no real indication he said Quot but most people Tell me the Black people Are not interested in h Quot asked whether he thought vice president Spiro Agnew would come to Mississippi to for his opponent no. E does come Down eople of Mississippi always Welcome tourists. I Hope he comes and spends some Money Here but i Don t think he Griffin also said the National democratic party is Quot definitely not interested Quot in his reelection but that the National Republican party is pushing his opponent. Workmen s rates Cut Jackson miss. Apr the Mississippi in a u r a n c e commission Friday approved an Overall 2.2 per cent reduction in workmen s compensation insurance rates including a 4.4 slash in manufacturing categories. Rates in contracting categories were lowered 3.2 per cent and All other areas .2 per cent. Action was postponed on a proved 36 per cent increase in liability insurance for Motorist in the assigned risk group. Robert Gibson commission rate advisor a d the increase posed in the assigned risk plan would involve 41,600 motorists two per cent of the total in the state. I the plan Fibson said is composed primarily of vers who Are re a titled to show proof of financial responsibility for three years after losing their regular insurance and persons Over 65. By John Lechner Jackson county Bureau sanitary conditions and the Quality of food served to prisoners in the Jackson county jail were rapped Friday by the grand jury in a partial report to circuit judge Darwin m. Maples. The report which listed a total of 54 indictments was submitted by Foreman James burkes after five Days of secret deliberations. The panel then recessed until nov. 16 when it will reconvene. It according to the report the grand jury found the jail Quot in acceptable condition Quot subject to a series or recommendations. The jury recommended Quot to the proper authorities that the Quebec arrests continued from Page 1 Montreal lawyer who had a landscaping called Art mrs. Clarke b. Wilson spoke been negotiating in behalf of that Fly. He had brought negotiations to an impasse by declaring Early Friday that Quebec s last offer was Quot incredible Quebec offered to Exchange five prisoners for the kidnapped men. The Fly had demanded the release of 23 Ihen convicted or awaiting trial for terrorists acts with their air passage to Al Eijia or Cuba. To Back up troops already in acion in Quebec the defense department sent about 1,000 men of the Canadian armed forces airborne regiment from Alberta province to st. Hubert near Montreal. The Royal Canadian regiment flew in from new Brunswick to Camp val Cartier to relieve troops already on duty in the nearby City of Quebec capital of the province. Trudeau expressed Quot the Clear understanding that the provi Sions of the act would be revoked on or before april 30. 1971.&Quot Trudeau read letters received from Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec and civic leaders in Montreal asking the government to authorize the Power necessary to control Quot apprehended insurrections Quot and violence. Quot i pledge that All extraordinary Powers will be withdrawn As soon As it has been demonstrated that there is a cessation of the violence and threats of violence which made necessary their introduction Quot Trudeau told the House. The act had been proclaimed Only twice before at the outbreaks of world wars i and ii. Trudeau said the government was in a sense falling into a trap set by the Fly. By goading the government into extreme actions the terrorists would try King Cotton Back in port the first shipment of Mississippi grown Cotton received at the port of Pascagoula since 1855, several Hundred Bales for Export to Ema Ghana West Africa arrived at terminal a Friday. Port director Donald Inskip said other consignments Are due in for shipment to Ghana aboard the is Tsukumo Lagoon of the Black Star line scheduled to arrive for loading on or about nov. 7. Inskip predicted Cotton will be one of the main Export commodities at the port of Pascagoula. Women fail tests on braking Washington a a substantial number of women might not be Able to apply enough Brake pedal pressure to Stop their cars As fast As possible in some emergencies a government study indicates. Federal standards permit manufacturers to install Brake systems which require up to 200 pounds of pedal pressure to Stod a car within 600 feet if part of the system fails. More than half the women in a government test could not exert 200 pounds pressure. Between 10 and 18 per cent could not provide the 150 pounds of pressure set As the maximum juveniles be permitted to have More Access to the Shower and Bath areas and that single bunks or bedding be furnished every juvenile who is incarcerated in the juvenile or other As to the food the panel added Quot we strongly recommend a general up Gra Dirig of the food for the entire jail and strongly recommend 4lial the juveniles held within the detention cells have not less that one pint of milk per Day included in their the grand jury also recommended that Steps be taken to have any Quot excess Servings or to the court House Kitchen and any extra loaves of bread and other food placed in the said Kitten and out of the trustees control within the up grading of the Quot toilet facilities in the jail and in the courthouse As a whole Quot As Well As any o her fact irs Quot conducive to Good health standards Quot was also urged by the grand jury. The jury reported its inspection found the county farm to be in satisfactory condition. Allowable to effect a hard Stop to justify their actions he As so Miles an hour seed. We9&Quot no n White Rose in his the government is moving to Ford o Neal to investigate forestry cases on landscaping at the meeting flying Quot Type of person had Arisen of the Gulfport Arlington Heights Garden club wednesday morning in the Home of mrs. Frank Palazzo 3505 14th st. She stated landscaping is a form of Art that has been with Man since Early Button to e and leaking quietly. Toughen the standards which Trudeau said Quot a new and Tern wave a Ituen into the Auto safety Law when it took effect three years . Nancy Bufkin the funeral service for mrs. Nancy e. Bufkin 81, who died thursday night in Bay st. Louis will be held at 4 . Saturday at the Riemann a hey funeral Home in Bay st. Louis earn $1,000 a month in real estate gain a place in this fascinating and profitable profession. Now the Weaver program of real estate instruction is available Here. The Weaver program prepares you to either operate your own business or to secure a splendid position with established firms. Also helps you with your own investments includes use of Andrew Carnegie said Legal forms listings appraise Quot ninety per cent of All property management nor Jim Ltd of Agency. Cha and i j Mollt onates become so regulations and also prepares i through real estate Quot you for state examinations i internationally recognized Weaver text books furnished \ .4ttend free dem0>str.\t10> meeting tuesday evening. November .3. 7 00 . I Biloxi senior High school 1950 father Rvan ave. Rite or for free Catalon a dial 4 6-6121 mayor Nishii Weaver school of real estate a sponsored by Joachim really co. 114 i Fesl Alcor Elk Quot Biloxi mrs. Tabatha Hawkins mrs. Tabatha Hawkins 1429 20th st., Gulfport died thursday night at Gulfport memorial Hospital. Funeral arrangements Are pending at Lockett s mortuary Gulfport. Ford o Neal. Former Stone county sheriff and criminal investigator with the state Highway department has been assigned As an investigating officer for the Mississippi forestry commission according to state forester Wendell Lack of Jackson. Lack said o Neal will work primarily on Woods arson and Public land Timber theft cases. He will be available to work on special assignment in All areas of the state when needed. Quot we Are determined to bring some of these habitual criminal Woods arsonists to Justice Quot Lack declared Quot and we Are fortunate to be Able to employ a Man with the extensive invest a on experience that o Neal has to bolster our effectiveness in this Lack disclosed that Woods arsonists caused about two and one half million dollars in damage to Mississippi Timberland last year. Mrs. Wilson said Trees Are the focal Point of landscaping. She showed drawings of various plans to illustrate How they could meet individual needs in landscaping. Plans were made for a rummage Sale at olivers grocery on oct. 24. The serving Able was decorated in a halloween Motif with autumn leaves a Jack of lantern filled with decorated cookies and Gold candelabrum with Orange candles. The next meeting will be on nov. 17 at the Cardinal Flower shop. New Hampshire with a population of about 700,000 ranks 41st in the nation. In Canada who sought destruction of the social order through Vio ence. Robert l. Stanfield who succeeded Diefenbaker As Leader of the conservative party said he d d not question the need for effective action but the government should have introduced a Bill giving it narrower Powers. Under the act the government without consulting parliament can make Laws governing arrest deportation censorship or anything else it Quot deems necessary for the Security defense peace order and welfare of offenders can get five years in prison and a $5,000 Fine. There is no bail or release without authorization of the Justice minister. Within eight hours the Quebec provincial police reported 238 arrests in the province More than half of them in Montreal. A spokesman said police also had seized firearms and All kinds of big quantities of literature from groups that want to separate Quebec from the rest of Canada. Train hits car children die Byhalia miss., a two children were killed and their Mother was injured seriously Friday when a train crashed into an automobile at a crossing near an elementary school. The dead children were Jim a my Grady 10. And Carolyn Grady 13, of near Chulahoma miss. Their Mother mrs. Murra Biloxi Pilot club notes founder s Day Pilot International founders of the founding of Pilot club of Biloxi during its program meeting thursday evening at Buena Vista hotel Biloxi. Mrs. Bess Tiegreen gave a resume of the founding of Pilot club at Macon a. On oct. 18, 1921, and its continuous growth and expansion. Noting the Biloxi club was organized in 1936, mrs. Tiegreen recognized four charter members Active in the club including the misses Lilian Arguelles Quot. Sylvia Wachenfeld Ernestine Jacquet and Mable Dalzell mrs. Mauvoreen Neal enumerated the projects and accomplishments of the local club. Miss Irma Wetzel chairman of the membership and Pilot information come Pittee. Told the history of the Pilot code of ethics which was read by mrs. Frances Greenwell. Miss Susie Holley was named student of the month. A senior at Biloxi High school miss Haley is a three year member of Spanish Honor society in which she has held the rank of historian a member of National Honor society and treasurer of her Junior and senior class. A bus focus representative she is a two year member of Les Petite two year member of Gayfer s teen Board four year member of Deb teens of which she is vice president and interact sweetheart. She is a football cheerleader. Grand opening wed. Oct. 21st. Grady was taken to a Memphis formerly the Golden Hospital with multiple injuries. Mrs. Grady one report said had dropped two older children off at High school and was in route to a school for the two younger children when their car was hit by the train. Nugget West Beach Biloxi night a except Sunda. Starting at 8 00 . For 24 or. Information Call 435-5030 advgl7-2 saluting help wanted on january 28th a gym will. Celebrate 43 years of service we Are most anxious to Contact All former performers and employees. If you know of anyone please Contact a gym immediately a Celebration is planned and we need your help adult Ramo 1240 on your dial established 1928 Dale Wamstad in this his first year As Franklin s Agency manager in your Community of Gulfport Dale rank among our nation s top 100 sales leaders. In Competition with nearly 4.000 Franklin nationwide. However along with our congratulations to Dale we to also our thanks to you the people of the Gulfport area. Without your Faith in the Franklin and our Cap 0ble Young manager so great an achievement could not have been possible. A re extremely proud of Dale Wamstad and invite you to Call him at 832-1773 for All your insured savings and text him needs. S Iro Klig up insure Anica 411 st Charles st. 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