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Biloxi Sun Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, Biloxi, Mississippi Page a-2 the Suaz Gierald Biloxi Gulfport Pascagoula miss., sunday june 27, 1976 r deaths funerals a mrs. Hazel Ryan Bahle Dren. Visitation hours Are after 6 ., sunday at the Jacob Schoen and son funeral Home 3827 canal St., new Orleans la. A requiem mass will be celebrated from the funeral Home Chapel monday june 28, at noon. Interment will be in the Greenwood cemetery in new Orleans. Mrs. Hazel Ryan Bahle 55, of Kenner la., who was the Mother of mrs. Janet Radosta of Gulfport died saturday june 26, at the Ochsner foundation Hospital in new Orleans following a lengthy illness. In addition to mrs. Radosta survivors include another daughter and a brother both of new Orleans and four grandchild Deressa Jean Scales Deressa Jean Scales 3, was dead on arrival Satur say morning at singing River Hospital in Pascagoula. She was born on june 8, 1973, in Dallas Tex and had lived for the past six months in Pascagoula. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Allen Scales jr., 3010 bar Lett ave., Apt. 11 a a Pascagoula. Other survivors include her paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Richard a. Scales or. Of Dallas Tex. Maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Leroy Jackson of Dallas and two great a grandmothers mrs. Jessie Click of big Springs Tex. And mrs. Jimmie Coursey of Arlington Tex. Friends May Call from 6 to 9 Sunday. The funeral will be at 2 Monday in the Chapel of Holder Wells funeral Home in Moss Point. Bur Ial will be in serenity gardens Highway 613 North. Raymond Lee Jack Stone Raymond Lee Jack Stone sr., 76, a resident for the past eight years of 1820 22nd ave., Gulfport died saturday at 2 55 In Gulfport memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for the past three weeks. Born dec. 26, 1899, in Leeds Ala., he was the son of the late . Stone and the late Eula Lee Mcgee Stone. He was a retired Carpenter and a member of Gulf gardens Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife mrs. Bessie Garner Stone Gulfport three daughters mrs. Bill Margaret Baker St. Augustine Fla., mrs. Ann Evelyn Finch Long Beach and mrs. Quot Mike Fae Sabo Cleve i Ris land Ohio a son Raymond l. Stone jr., Gulfport two Sisters mrs. Ruth Hammond new Orleans and mrs. Bill Cheuvront Jackson five Brothers . Stone . Stone . Stone sr., and . Stone All of Gulfport and . Stone sr., Miami Fla. 11 grandchildren nine great grandchildren and one great great granddaughter. Friends May Call after 6 30 Sunday at Rie Mann funeral Home Gulfport. Funeral services will be held at 2 Monday in the funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bill Anderson pastor Gulf gardens Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Floral Hills memorial Park. Brooke Frederick Young Brooke Frederick Young 57, a resident of it. 3, Box 338x, Mobile died saturday at the Usan medical Center Keesler where he had been a patient for about four months. Retired from the Navy he served As chief Recruiter for the 4th naval District. He was a member of the protestant Faith and a member of the Whistler Ala. Post of veterans of foreign wars. He was a Veteran of world War ii the korean conflict and Vietnam. He was born feb. 5, 1919 in Allentown a. Survivors include his wife mrs. Amy Wyckoff Young Mobile three sons John Young Tim Young Brook Young All of Allen town a. A sister mrs. Mildred Nagel Allentown a brother Walter Young Allentown a stepdaughter mrs. Joan Fuqua Mobile a Stepson John Propsner jr., Dunellen n.j., and eight grandchildren. The body will be sent from Riemann funeral Home Gulfport to the Forest w. Schantz funeral Home in Emmaus a. For funeral services. Burial will be in Arlington a. National cemetery. William w. Duncan 65, a resident of 114 Marcie drive Long Beach died Friday at 6 40 At the Biloxi veterans administration Hospital. He was born feb. 28, 1911 in Norfolk a. He was a Boatman and a William w. Duncan of the Baptist member Faith. The body was sent from Riemann funeral Home in Gulfport to Grammier Oberle funeral Home in port Arthur Tex. For service and burial. Ocean Springs Man released Jackson county Bureau a 21-year-old Ocean Springs Man was arrested Friday night on five charges ranging from littering to Possession of marijuana and was later released under Bond police said. Mike Hardy 1425 4th St. Was arrested on front Beach and charged with littering resisting arrest Public drunk Possession of marijuana and Possession the Sun Herald published saturday and sunday mornings and Holiday morning established weekends As Sun Herald october 1973. Subscription rates effective april 27, 1975. Mail rates a Morrison Han cod Jaclson counties i month $1.75 ail pow counties i feb nth j2xi0 overseas. Tow town Apo to number $2.00 per month plus postage As i determined by Post office rate. Combination mail rates a in combi notion Tbs Voity Herald or South Mississippi Sun Harrison. Hancock Joebon counties i month $4.50 Oil other counties i month. $5.00 overseas other than Apo Fpo number $5.00 per month plus postage As determined by Post office rates. In combination with the daily Herald and South Mississippi Sun Horrison Hancock Jaclson counties i month $6.50, Oil other counties a i month $7.00 overseas other Thon Apo Fpo numbers $7.00 per month plus postage of determined by Post office rotes. Change of address notices and poo form 3579 shall be sent to Gulf publishing co. Inc., p. O. Box 4567, Biloxi is. 39531. Application to mail of second Closs postage otes is pending at Gulfport. Is. Of paraphernalia asst. Police chief . Bakker said. Hardy was released under a $1,000 Cash Bond and a $2,000 signature Bond he said. Bakker said Hardy was one of 12 persons arrested Friday night in a stepped up Effort to Stop Beach delinquency after complaints have continued to come in from Beach front residents. The other 11 people arrested were stopped for a variety of lesser charges mainly for littering speeding and Public drunk Bakker said. Mrs. Ethel Ginn Conway 88, a resident of 22 30th St., Gulfport for 25 years died at 3 15 . Saturday at Gulfport memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for one week. The wife of the late James Hamilton she was a member of St. John Catholic Church and the Church altar society. She was born May 6, 1888, in Jessup a. Survivors include her daughter mrs. Ossie Lee Helen Elise caul visitation will be from 6 30 to 8 30 Sunday with citation of the Rosary at 8 30. Six year old Helen Elise caul it. 6, Box 112, North Biloxi was killed at a Wiggins residence Friday when a Shotgun she and another child were playing with discharged. Survivors include her father Andrew caul and her Mother mrs. Etna caul both of North Biloxi five Sisters misses Sherry Shellie Wanda Ann and Valerie caul Alfrancis Francis o Brian 72, it. 5, Box 32, Ocean Springs died at 2 20 ., saturday at Howard memorial . Rosina mrs. Rosina Alice Hurley 47, 4766 Gall had drive new Orleans died at 8 15 ., Friday in Jackson la., following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Hurley was a member of nativity bpm Catholic Church in Biloxi. Survivors include her husband Wesley Hurley of new Orleans two daughters mrs. Sylvia Covacevich of Ocean Springs and mrs. Rosemary Del hos sey of Biloxi two sons Kenneth Wayne Hurley Rex Rex Dunn 76, a former resident of the Picayune convalescent Home died at the Biloxi a Hospital at 9 45 ., saturday. Survivors include three stepdaughters mrs. Lucille Poulos of Biloxi mrs. Verna Mae Bellais of North Biloxi and mrs. Of North Biloxi and her grandparents. Funeral services will be at 10 ., monday from the Bradford okeefe funeral Home Chapel in Biloxi. Friends May Call from 6 Until 10 ., sunday at the funeral Home. In term ent will be in Crest Awn cemetery in Ocean Springs. O Brian funeral arrangements Are incomplete at Ben o Keefe mortuary in Ocean Springs. Alice Hurley stationed on the Craft Carrier . Kennedy out of Norfolk va., and Richard Lewis gambles jr., of Gretna la. One brother Ronnie Good of Ocean Springs two Sisters mrs. Violet Fox of Oklahoma and mrs. Gladys Abrams of Ocean Springs and five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at Bradford okeefe funeral Home in Biloxi. Dunn Gertrude Burges of Ocean Springs and three Stepsons Henry Toncrey Anthony Toncrey both of North Biloxi and Garry Toncrey of Biloxi. A graveside service will be at 10 30 . Monday. Burial will be in Biloxi j. Baker Harold j. Baker 78, 412 e. Howard ave., Biloxi died at the Biloxi veterans administration Hospital at 5 33 June 25. A Veteran of world War i or. Baker was a lifelong resident of Biloxi and was of the Catholic Faith. Funeral services will be at 10 ., tuesday from the Bradford okeefe funeral Home Chapel. Inter Merit will be in the Biloxi a National cemetery friends May Call from Until 10 ., Mon Day at the funeral Home William l. Switzer William l. Switzer 19, arrangements Are pending died at it. 1, Box 250, at Riemann funeral Mays Road North of Gulf Home port saturday at 4 07 Two dead in Highway accidents in state the associated press the Highway patrol has reported that two persons have died in traffic accidents on Mississippi highways this weekend. Troopers said Elmer Clark 44, of Quitman was injured fatally in a head on collision on . 45 about 10 Miles North of Quitman Early saturday. The Highway patrol said Keesler held in the Driver of the other car Jimmy Kirksey 23, of route 4, Quitman was hospitalized in serious condition and that three other persons were Hurt less seriously. Troopers said Terry w. Stuckey 24, of near Collins died in a one car Accident on a Covington county Road Early burglary two Keesler fab airmen were being held by Biloxi police saturday under $5,000 Bond after they were arrested on charges of attempted burglary Early Friday. Police said David Mark Munro 18, and Randy Lee Morehead 21, both of the 3412th student Squadron were found in the medical arts pharmacy 1145 w. Howard ave., by police answering an alarm at the pharmacy. Both men were being held at the Harrison county jail in Biloxi asst. Police chief de Ryan said. Investigating officers in the Case were pin. Keith Giraud pin. John Wallace sgt. Earl Batia capt. Florien Tichell and juvenile officer Clinton Bolton. Limited time offer for Pool owners Cash rebate of s4.00 when you try rebate on 35-lb. Pails. Huh Pool water Champion offer expires july 17, 1976. We carry a full line of paper products janitorial supplies swimming Pool supplies specially chemicals Call us for Quick delivery chemical amp Supply co., inc j 205 courthouse rd., Gulfport is. 896-7811 in pit Oulu Call 762-engineering fees costly mrs. Ethel Ginn Conway Owens three grandchildren nine great grandchildren and one great great grandson. Funeral services will begin at 9 45 . Monday at Riemann funeral Home Gulfport Chapel followed by religious services at 10 . At St John Catholic Church. Burial will be in Floral Hills cemetery. Continued from Al called for provision of a sewerage collection system and treatment facilities for Handsboro and Mississippi City Extension of existing lines to a serviced areas within the City limits provision of facilities to receive sewerage from the naval construction battalion Center and transport it to the treatment Plant improvement of existing trunk lines to the treatment Plant and Extension of the water distribution system to the Mississippi City and Handsboro area. Brown and Russell inc. Also has received $32,249.05 from Community development for engineering preparations in widening pass Road East of courthouse Road. Earlier this year the two partners separated and a. Garner Russell and associates now holds the contract for. The water and sewer program. This new corporation has since received $78,634.63 from the City mostly for water and sewer work. C. Keith Capdepon of Gulfport has received $17,119.52 from the City mostly for drainage engineering work and $47,425.09 from Community development for the preparation of a citywide drainage study and the courthouse Road drainage project. Other fees have gone to a Mclemore and Powell inc. And r. Dixon Spears associates Gulfport $15,959.92, for preparation of the Gulfport municipal Airport master plan and other projects. A Louis j. Capozzoli and associates inc., Baton Rouge la., $9,821, for subsoil testing in the water and sewer improvements program. A Greeley and Hansen Chicago 111., $8,047.49, for routine inspections of the City s entire water and sewer system As required by Bond covenants. Water and sewer Bond indentures stipulate that a consulting Engineer must report on the water and sewer program with an inspection yearly. A Gulf cities laboratories inc., Gulfport $3,631.10, water sewer and Street departments testing. A Fairley engineering inc., Biloxi $637.50. A Shilstone testing Laboratory inc., new Orleans la., $209, inspection of a water tank. A Milton b. E. Hill and associates ltd., Gulfport $70, Engi Neering services for repairing the City Hall tax office. Community development also has paid Harry m. Simpkins Iii Gulfport $9,010 for work on Parks and playgrounds. Both the City and the Community development commission retain a number of outstanding contracts in various stages of completion with consultant engineers. Of the Over half million dollars in fees paid by the City Over the past 16 months $196,667.54 was funded through Revenue sharing the environmental Protection Agency the economic development administration and the state of Mississippi. Community development operates on Federal Block Grants received since july 1975. Chiniche was hired As Gulfport s first full time Engineer in november 1973. Public works commissioner Alvin Savarese said there Quot Aren t enough hours in the Day Quot for the City Engineer to handle his responsibilities most of which revolve around the Public works department. According to Savarese Chiniche reviews All plans and specifications for City projects including those handled by consultant engineers. He works with the building official in reviewing plans before permits Are issued. One of Chiniche s biggest duties is to see that subdivision regulations pertaining to sewer water Street drainage curb Gutter and sidewalk construction Are followed he said. The commissioner said Chiniche works closely with contractors for private and Public construction within the City to Quot advise them of what the City lesser duties include inspections of driveways of residents who request City labor in laying drainage tiles Saverese said. Chiniche is paid an annual salary of $18,768.88 in addition to a monthly car allowance which totals $1,800 annually. Since february $975 he has also been reimbursed $578.11 for miscellaneous expenses including engineering society dues and meals. Four other employees staff the engineering department. They Are Burt d. Taylor party chief Field Crew Evelyn c. Smith Secretary James d. Wilson instrument Man and Gary w. Entrekin Rod and chairman. A fifth staff member Paris e. Waltman worked As a craftsman in the department until recently when he was moved to another area in Public works by Savarese. The annual salaries of the five employees under Chiniche prior to Waltman s move totalled $43,115.28. Savarese said it would not pay the City to hire another permanent Engineer especially considering the costs of staff and offices that would be needed. Quot i Don t think any one or two engineers could handle everything Quot he said. Quot if we had another department it would just be temporary until the water and sewer improvements program was completed Quot he said. Quot it would be hard to get an Engineer to come Here for just one Chiniche echoed Savarese s comment and said there would not be enough constant work on a Day to Day basis to warrant the hiring of a second Engineer. Quot when the water and sewer project is completed what would we do with an Engineer standing around Quot he asked. Quot a consultant is a Guy who is there when you need and not there when you Don t need . You pay when you need and you Don t pay when you Don t need .&Quot finance commissioner Charles Walker said the City engineering department had not been equipped to take on a project the magnitude of the water and sewer program. Quot i Don t know of any other town which when it gets into a Job this Large does t have a professional engineering firm to come in Quot he said. Quot you Aren t going to get a Good full time Engineer on a temporary Quot hiring More people is unrealistic Quot mayor a. W. Lang or. Said. Quot we have enough work to support another Engineer now but what about 18 months from now Quot new Bay Hancock Bank will open Harrison Man Dies from gun wound a 19-year-old Harrison county youth died saturday afternoon of self inflicted gunshot wounds according to a county Coroner jury. The death of Wil Liam l. Switzer it. 1, 250, Mays Road in the three River Road Community was ruled As Quot due to self inflicted gunshot Coroner Edgar Little jr., said the jury s ruling was based on a Quot thorough investigation by the Harrison county sheriff s department in conjunction with an investigation by the Coroner s office and presented to the Little identified the weapon As a 12-gauge Shotgun. Celebration Dees Chevrolet Biloxi observed its 50th anniversary on saturday As Well wishers visited the Agency on main Street. Golden anniversary cake also will be served to those who visit Dees on monday. A Story on the company by daily Herald staff writer Jimmie Bell is on Bill. Relocation the old Frederic Home in Pascagoula built in 1829, will be moved to the old place Plantation in Gautier in order to be preserved. John Gautier whose great great Grandfather built the Home came to the Rescue after it appeared the old historic Structure would be demolished in order to make room for an expanding Industry. See the Story by Regina Hines daily Herald Jackson county Bureau chief on d-8. Production Quot South Pacific Quot is coming to Gautier beginning wednesday june 30, when the Pas Point Little theatre stages the musical production at Jackson county Campus of Mississippi Gulf coast Junior College. The production wiil also run on july 1, 2 and 3. The Story on this Bicentennial production written by daily Herald s Lively arts editor Jerry Kinser appears on do. Ribbon cutting ceremonies and the beginning of a week Long open House Celebration Are set for 8 45 . Monday at Hancock Bank s new Highway 90. Branch in Bay St. Louis near the Bay St. Louis shopping Center. The 13th full service office of the Bank on the coast the second Branch serving the Bay St. Louis Waveland area will be staffed by James Ginn assistant vice president and manager Virginia Larroux assistant Branch officer and Jeanette Monti Claire Mitchell Chari Necaise and Ezell Piernas. Covering 4,000 Square feet the building of colonial architecture and decor was designed by Fred Wagner architect and built by . Mcdonald jr., general contractor both of Bay St. Louis. There Are five paying and receiving tellers and two loan Teller stations in the spacious lobby As Well As private offices for conducting confidential transactions. In addition three covered pneumatic tube drive up stations Are now in service with provisions already completed for the installation of two More stations in the near future. Beattie Monument company. Inc. 4il� w. Siti read u Pawn. Pm i Gulfport. Mill of Volge 914 n. My Noii or. Pymm Ntim Wiggins miss. Hwy. 90 amp Man St Bay St. Louis miss. Bedford f. Floyd . . Mcdonnell . Will be honoured with a reception on their retirement from the medical staff in the Hospital dining room on wednesday the thirtieth of june Nineteen Hundred seventy six at four o clock in the afternoon. Friends employees and patients Are invited memorial Hospital at Gulfport medical staff of memorial Hospital at Gulfport free free Sean microwave cooking school each person wishing to attend must Register in Advance by filling in the Coupon below and presenting it to any salesperson in the appliance department. Only 1 class per person 1st session meets july 6th.1 To 3 2nd session meets july 7th.10 . To 12 . 3rd session meets july 8th.7 To 9 Sears Roebuck amp co. Edgewater Plaza name. Address. . Phone. Zip. I wish to attend session no. . 2.or no. 3. Circle on at Sears Roebuck Biloxi store Only

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