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:7/ % Page 4 / Nominated To Athletic 1973 Hall Of Fame MINUTES OF MEET OF WILKINSON CO. BD. OF EDUCATION State of Mississippi ,County of Wilkinson The Wilkinson County Board of Educa.tlon met in regular ses- [ sicn at 3 o'clock p.m., Monday, December 4, 1972, lh the office cf tD.e County Superlntendnt of Education with the following mem be:r:z present: John Green, District 1: Marie Russell Green. District 2; Charles H. Campbell, President, D:s.trtct 3; W. V. Car- ter, District 4; R. J. Netterville, District 5 In addition to the foregoing membexs of the Board, Bernard WRites. Superintenden't of Edu- cation, was presen. The ,ml:nutes of the November 6, 1972 session of the Board were read. On motion by W. V. Car-I James Stv rdivant, son of Mr. ter, seconded by R. J. Nettervllle and Mrs. Tommle G. Sturdivant and unanimously carried, theso .of Rosctta. has' been nominated .minutes were approved as cord. by the ports Director of Out- standing College Athletes of The monthly travel reports of America. Washington, D. C., for ternard WRites. Superintendent tle 173 Hall of Fame Award. of Education, and John Clark,' ............ Sc.hool Bus Mechanic. were read. O,n motion by JohnGreen, sec- Rosetta News onded by Marie Rue#ell (r:een and carried by unanimous vote, Me. and Mrs. William Rymer these reports were approved as of Natchez announce the birth read. ',of a son on January 3Oth at The Superintendent asked JeffersOn Davis Hospital in that the Board consider approv- I - al of oorcective treatment for l Natchez. Maternal :randparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray ford the following students: Debra Temple of Crosby/and paternal Ann Parker, Iris Renell Sims. grandpa.rents are Mr. and Mrs. On motion by Joh.n Green, Gordon R}mer. They have ,two seconded by R. J. Netterville and other children. Lisa and Todd. unanimously carried, corrective Mr. and Mrs. Billy Berryhill treatment was approved foe the of' Natchez visited Mr. R. V. ,two students named. Forman Sunday. The Superintendent presented a Civil Defense disacter plan f, or Mrs. O. 'A. McCoy and daug,,h- the schools for consideration by ter, Maxy Ann. and Mrs. Wesley the Board. On motion by John Day, all of Jackson. La. visited their mother, Mrs..George Greet, Saturday. Mr. James Sturdivant. who at," tends Northeast Louisiana Uni- versity, Monore, visited h'i. pint- eats, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie G. StUrdivant. the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry of Gonzales, La.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Mlcky Perry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rym,-r and ,Green, econded by Marie Rus- sell Green and unanimously cazrled, the plan was approved. On motion by W. V. Carter, seconded by John Green and unanimously carried, the f, ol- lowing bllh on the .Claims Dock- et were ,approved for payment: County Administration Fund: Bernard Waltes, $51.40. General School Fund: Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc., $3.25; chldren, Robip, Allen and Wan- The Woodvllle Republican, $34. dR, of Prairieville, La., visited 75. his parents, Mr. and Mr:s. Gor- Othex Crrent Co:sis Fund: don Rymer, Saturday. We are OfYe E. arter, $60.00; Seven sorry Wanda became 111 and Day Distributing Co., $181.15; they had to retucn home on . Alco-Columbia Paper Co., $18.13: Sunday morning. Superior Products Co., $481.37; , Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams Planters Hdw., Inc., $11,84; Su- and daughter, Lynn, of McComb perlor Products .Co., $370.78; V isitd Mrs. France Breediove I ,, ,Redd Pes,t Control, Inc., $27.50; Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and Town of Centrevilie. $99.95; childce of St. Franclsville v]s- 1 VCoodvlIle Utilities, $230.20; Mis- n sisstp.pi Pc,wee & Light Co., $321, ited br mot,her, Mrs. Louise / 39; $170.18; $657.86. / Day, Saturday. / Transportatbn Fund: Cheme- We are happy to report that / iron. Corp., $6.3.0; Planters Hdw., Mr. Rochey 'Murray is now at' : Inc., $4.27; Gulf .Oil Corp., $1,796. 29; L & M Tire Service, Inc., Jefferson ,Davis Memorial Hos- $38D0; McGehee Motor Parts. pltal, $263.50; 'Wendell B. " $$11.50; Seven Day Distributing Holmes, M.D,. $3,8.00; Martens Co., Jordan Auto Co., Inc., $10,5.h Dcug Store. $1.50: Martin Scho,ol 99. Equipment Co., Inc., $658.80; Wilkinson Co.-wide' Dlstrlot ,McGehee Motor Parts, Inc.. $182. i iMaintennce Fund: T.W.L. No.' 96; Miss. Power & Light Co., 8, $17.53; CCM: Genexal Biolog, $27.15; $474.58; Miss. School ' foal, Inc,, $257.10; Dorena Dave.s, ,Supply Co., $228.90; Glenn $$0.00; Glenn C. Thomas, $166. Mitchell Manuels, Inc., $54.09; 4; Josep,h R. Whfte, $,40.00; National Autcmotiv.,o Service, Beckhsm's Electric Service, $212. Inc., $18.00; Ofloms Dispensing Centrevtlle Groceries, Inc., Opticians. $61.50; Popular Me- $28,95; Town of Centrevllle, $116. ohanics, $5.00; The Progressive 25; ,Campbell's Trmite & Pest Farmer. $3.00; School Service Control, $15.00; Interna'tionaI Co., Inc., $13.59; Seven Day Dis- Busines's Machlnes Corp., $1.144. tribu.ing Co.. $19.75; C. M. Trep- 88; C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, tenda.hl & Sons, Inc., $114.99; Inc., $9.84. Value ,Mst, Inc. No. 102, $70.50; Wil. ,Co. Pub. Shools-Proj. Ann C. Waddell, $19.80: Dave E. 790021*ESEA-Title I Fund: CTB/ Carter: $60.00: Mary F. Carter, Mo(raw-Hllll $158.25; Ginn and $53.09; 'James Moses, $1,0.70; Co., $156.38; Glnn Of.rice Sup- :Johnny Lewis, $10.40; Woodville ply Co., Inc., $14.97; W. T. May Utilities $5.11; $81.48. :: Co.," $85.65; Miss. School Supply Other Curren,t Costs Fund: G0., $304.58;. Planter$ Hdw., Inc., Western Auto Associate Store, $$52.58. $4A9. Wflk. Co. Pub. $chools-Proj On motion by John Green, 79ei)31-ES'BA-Title I Fund: Ban- seconded by R. J. letterville and croft Paper Co., Inc., $26.98; unanimouxly ca.nrid, 7the ses- Ben Franklin Store, $11.32; F, R. s:.n adjourned. lankenstein, $122.58; Catching:s , Charles H. Campbell linic, $16.00; Doctors Nelll, President leill & Hodges, $20.ff0; Fred A:ttest: Gelsen'berger, M.D., $,24.00; Ginn Bernard WRites Office Supply ,Co., Inc., $tl.51; Eecutive Secretary Depot Street LOANS $5 000 From $1.00 to I Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As V= to V= And Sometimes Even More. Free C0UNSEUNG SERVICE -- Call OE Stop By Our office :e; Inc. Phone, 888002011 The Woodville Republd.an, Woodville, Mississippl home after having ear surgecy at Jefferson Davis Hospital in Na,tchez. Mrs. Ronald McCabe and her dauht,.r,o," Kelly, of Gloster vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Forman, St., Sunday. - Mrs. Grover Day is a patient in Jefferson Davis Hospital in Natchez and we wish her a apld recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Netter- ville of Centreville and Mr. Billy i Greer of Hermanvflle vi:ited Mr. and Mrs. George Grer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie J. Klar ann children .f Brookhaven vis- ited thole parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klar, Jr., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brab- ham, Jr., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brabham. S., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne Williams and son, Van, visited her parents, Mr. and Mr.. Joe Bryant, in Ferriday, La., Sun- day. Mrs. Caol Boles and daugh- ter, Laurie, of Baton Rouge vis- ited her mother, Mrs. George Greer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrd Friday, February 9, 1973 , Roy Benbow. SWMPDD planner. Con::rnmg the importance of city planning in this area, Olia p'ointed OUL tl]a'L municipalities "v:mt iut hope o jump into I:;y, i,:du-,triai development, but mu:q first mak e themselves more sttractive to prospective dev,lopc :s. "Whe:] we make reeommen- d;dion." he continued. "we de- termine what Gloster can al- l ,'ord to do w:th their own mans ]u'-:d sr,t up a sc.hedule of im- prow, ments along' these lines." Tiis prelect is the second suzh g]an fer G]ost, rr. the first com- l:leied in 1.7. "Sin::z the first plan was a:".opted, the cl]aracter of the community has chanted .o that a re--d,."af,ting was required," Bebow pointed ou,t, referring to the ircrea:-:ed development of Lhe area. An announcement will be i'orth to hg concerning the date f=r a public hearing on the .uo, bdlvisio: and zoning regula- r.ions. Mayor Cacn,y added. Farm Bureau and daughbe,r 'of Natchez and Community development plans have been ac- and KcJth Foster, commission members: (stand- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatheriy cepted by members of the City Planning Corn- imp.) Shabbir Olin, SWMPI)D planner, Mayor and children of Ridgecrest, La., mission in Gloster. Looking over maps of the Walker Carney, Roy Benbow, SWMPDD planner, visited their parents, Mr. and area arc (from left, seated) Roger Campbell at:d Gone Easley, commission member. Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, (Editor's Note: The foil.owing Saturday.. t:. used in implementing the Carney atd. "And I would like Me. Ebbie WilKinson of GIGS- is the first in a series of articles plan" will be comprised of a to have all the steps complected ter visited hls son-in-law and [prepared by Patsy Brumfield, capit:d improvements budzeL for a vote by the board some daughter, ,Mr: and Mrs. Paul information director of South- and zoning and subdivision reg- Forman, Sr., Friday. west Mississippi Development ulations. . [im in March." Mrs. Pat Huff of Baton Rouge District, who stat,es: "In an Respousible for developin' de [ Contracted in May of 1972, and Mrs. Vir:ie Phl,pps and son, effect to keep c.ommunities plan were Shabbir Olin and Roy the ci'ty project is intended o P:chard. of Woodville visited t'roughout the dlstriot informed Benbsw. urban and cegional identify .strengths and weak- Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Foeman, Jr., about various progressive in= Saturday. volvemen.. I am traveling Mrs. Lloyd Forma'n, Jr., and through the 10 counties and re- daughter, April, visited her par- porting my findings in each city eats and grandparen'ts. Mr. and and town.") Mrs. Boyce Dover and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vines. in W'oodville Gloster Members of the Saturday. I Ci'ty Planning Commission have The Rosetta MYF me at Ro-I recommended' the accep,tan.ce of etta. United Methodist Churchla community development plan at 5 p:m. Sunday. Mrs. Chalie for the future development of Brabham served in the absence Gloster. of the counselor, Mrs. Keller The plan, which must be ap- Greer. They planned 'the Youth proved by tte mayor and board Day that will be held on Feb- of aldermen, will in,elude sec- furry l'lth, and the MYF in- tions on population, economics, vites everyone to come and wor- la,nd use, community facilities, ship God with them. planners wit4] the. Sou.thwest neses in the communi,ty and t,o Mississippi Planning and D evcl- Ol:,ment District. located in Ms- Cnmb, which serves a 10 county ,area, Member of th e Gl,oster plan- ni7.g commission include Gone Eailey, L L. SiGhtS, R. E. Wed- din?,ton, Kei'th Foster and Roger Campbell. Prior to official acceptance or rejecUon of th e plan, a public hearing must be held so that .residents may voice opinions conc,rning the zoning and sub- division regulations. 'I very nuch hope the plan street. and lousing. Goals to is approve,d," Mayor Walker [NSUkANCE COMPANIES "Owned By 'Fiose It Serves" * Fire-Auto-Lie Inland Marine * Farm  (lenral Liability * W#rlcman's Compensation RIClihi{i eI,ACCOMIO Wood vitle, Miss. propose solut.ions and programs ,. o solve problems, according to Rox 444 -- Ph. 8fl-3fi61 or 4612 : AZALEAS Choice Of 25 Varieties ALLENDALE NURSERY Woodville, Miss. Ben S. Jones b It's your business... it's my business... it's good busfness to. COLONEL MIM* *MONEY IN MISSISSIPPI t I Eleven years ago Mississippians were spending $635,000,000 ,with retail and wholesale firms outside the State. The sales tax revenue alone on just half this amount would run our state 'colleges and universities for a year. Sifice the Colonel MIM program of buying at home was started, significant gains have been made in reversing this flow of Mississippi dollars into other states. With Mississippi wholesale and retail sales totaling over $5V= billion each year, even a small per cent of this represents a big loss to our State. Support Colonel MIM and help keep our,hard earned Mississippi dollars at home. WHEN DOLLARS STAY AT HOME Dollars you spend in yourcom- munity turn over thre to four times and find their way back , into your cash register. These dollars help create new jobs, new industries and furnish atl- ditional tax revenue, w... oo,,,.. ARE SPENT AWAY Dollars spent outside Missis- /] sippi are gone forever. Your community loses, your state loses and even more important, you lose. Think twice and " you'll see the wisdom of buying at home.