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Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi The meeting with local offi- cial-".. Phayes Carte,r. Henry Hb'.g, and Jim Hayes, was held to give local representatives a chance to ask questions about the program and to work on m.o,qns...mmw.q4wuu.q, o,li, o oBauie)4=sclme.aanma.aaoomwe(eaumlvqaacmmcam.,`mr`qID.jumt Q MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK by Paul Pittman It will be an interesting blend istration may get a favorable of hope and nostalgia when judgment in the court of history. friends of former Gay. John A major roadbuilding pro- Bell Williams get together ,to gram, l'cr instance, and a mjor honor him Monday at a dinner teachc,r pay raise were enacted at the Hotel Heidelberg in Jack- during his tenure as governor. son. Moreover, the state broke a The sponors of ,the dinner lon :,tanding detente with the are J. R. Scribner of Amory and federal government and em- R. E. (DumasJ Milner of Jack- braced a number :f previously son, both long-time f,riends of shunned federal prog,rams while Williams. They have invited key he was governor. friends of the former congress- Williams. whether he liked it man and governor to come to or not. served as a transitional Pictured at last week's quar- the supper which is in his hnor, o'overnor, presiding over prob- terly meeting of Senior Aid Pro- En, tertainment will be ,sup- ably the most ignificant social gram officials are, left to right, plied by so,me of Gay. Williams' changes the state has seen since front to back. Henry Habig, friends in the entertainment reconstruction times. Frank Burnic. Phayes Carter. world whom he first met in Las He saw the total in,tegration Billy F:lkes. Orlie Price. and Vegas, Nov. They include Harry of the public schools and all James, the band leader, and public facilities. And, though his personal philosophy ap- peared to be contrary, he a,s- s*.milated the changes and saw that hi staff did likewise. As to the supper next, week it is doubtful that Gay. Williams will ever seek a higher office. But he might. And, the con- Phll Harris. the humorist. On the face of it, the meet- ing is being billed as non-politi- cal. And, in fact. that's probably the way i,t is. But, behind the scenes, there are those who in the face of the prospect of two retiring Jim Hayes. Bu,rnic is a project represent- ative for the National Council of Senior Citizens. Washington, D. C. He was accompanied by Folkes. area supervisor from Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, ,and Price. project coordinator fr=m Brookhaven. problems confronting them. Discussions were held at the meeting ab:ut the possibility of d]continuing the program unde,r tile president's new spending cutbacks. Also discussed was program group insurance, ac- cording to Phaye Carter. head of the local program. ga.% $5,45; Buffalo Water Assn.. utilities, $12.72; Buffalo Services, fuel, $710,15; tire, repr., etc.,'$11. David Day, same, $274.77: WiN mar Floyd, same, $279.05; Dar- rell Lapel,rio. same, 259.02; Vic- Senior Aid Officials Visit Here Friday, March 2, 7973 75: Victory Tax Fd., w'held, $33. same. $192.96: Fuller Brush Co.. Tunsday, February 20 30: Sac. Sc Fd., w'held & Co. same. $73.50: Meridian Ortho- The Honorable Board met ]share. $287.84: Retirement Fd.. pedic. $1.967.90; Hub Refrigera- this day pursuant to recessing. Co. share $97.88; w'held. $97.88; tion & Fixture. same. $7D.81; All members were prescn ex- Insurance Fd., w'held & Co. Mcdl!ne Industries. ame. $91.2); cc.t Tom Ashley and A.J. share. $93.96: Neely Blue Print Buckalew's. same. $2,211:51: Drden. A]o present was & Supply, sup., $43.30: Super Standard Textile Co.. same, Alonzo tI Sturgeon. Clerk. Serv. Sta.. tire repr.. $3.50: gas, $374A0; Al,oe Medical. am:' $51. Hcre follows copy of order $177.24: Carter Eqt. Co.. pa, rts, 45: W.ll Ross. Inc.. same. $135.42: of board acccptlng the bid of [8.39: J. D. McCraine. postage, Total. $47,252.89. tt()ward. Wcil. LabJuisse, Fried- 16.67: Planters Hdw.. hdw.. $15. (Here follows copy of c*:'de|" richs. Inc.. of New Orleans to 83: Scott's Auto Repair. serv., of board directing clerk to purchase the $173.00D general ,120.00: Bettye Sturgeon. S.B. adverti:-:e for bids to pureha.e obligation bo.].'i issue for the 1726: $300.00. a pickup truck for use f the ceurLhouse project at and for County Farm Fund: Lucille Third District.} an interc.sL rate of 4.79149 per- Wh'ttington, allztment, $25.00: (Here follows copy of order of cent.} Eloise Wilson. same. $20.00: Wil. board directing clerk to ad- (Here f:cllows copy of formal Co. Welfare Dept.. rent & exp., vertiz, e fo" bid,s to purchase a order of board authorizing and $175.120; child welfare. $5D.0D: crawler r,rctor for the Third directing t;he issuance of $170.- State Dept. Public Welfare, food District.} .90.C0 in bonds for the purpos2 stamp prog., 1st qtr.. $2.543.98; Ordered that the Board do of constructing an annex to t.lae Woodville Republican. supplies, now recess until Tuesday, Feb. cou]'Lhouse and remodeling and repa:.ring prese-t courthouse, 00;$4'90:ame.]3ettye$48.00;Plitt'v.a, rietypStage'shack,$56' 6, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. said bonds to mature annually SuD.. $.10; same, $5.36: Me- ,: April 1st in the years 1974 I throu_,h 1988 inclusive.} Steve Reed, President Tuesday, February 6 The H, onorable Board met this day pursue'st to recessing. All members were present except Tom Azhley. Al:o present were Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk and H. B. McGraw. Sheriff. (Here follows copy of order of board changing date of sa]e th% d.ay pu,rsuan to recessing. of $170,000 general obligation All m-mbers were present. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. Ordered th,t the Board do now recess until Friday, March 2. 1973. at 9 o'c]=ck a.m. Steve Reed. Presiden't U. S. Senat, ors from Mississippi, tinning ekposure to some top would very much like to keep poetical benches can't hurt his alive the political prospect of t chances a bit. the man who served about 20 1 Comb Stationery, repr. mch.. $10 50: South Central Bell. serv., $36.43; McComb Stationery, sup., $98.61: Town of Woodville. utili- ties, $2129; Miss. Power & Light, same, $20.97. Public Health Fund: Wil. Co. Health Dept., allotment. $850.00; Polly R. Evans. regr. vital star. $40.120; vital star., $1.25; Miss. bonds fr, om February 6. 1973 to State Sanitarium, T.B. patten,t, February 20. 1973. along with $62.00. copy of notice of said sale.) (Here follows copy of order of boa,rd accepting bid of Strib- lingPuckett. Inc.. to furnish one front end loader for use of the First District at a price of $32,- 477.55. ) Ordered that the Board do now recess until Wednesday, Feb. 21 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. Steve Reed. President Wednesday, February 21 1973 The Honorable Board met Perrytown News years in the U. S. House of i Representatives, and four years COUNTY BOARD OF I as the state's governor. I 00noluded in this group are SURERVISORS MEET p!li00g, $312.00; Me- Oehee Motor Parts pts., $87.17; Cecil Yarborough and Woodrow (Continued from last week) Tc,m Ashley, salary, $503.19; Matthews. Both are almost con- I Jewel Anders, same. $271.77; st.ant companions of the former l Fifth District ,Road Fund: I Sidney Nettles, ame, $253.26; governor, and both would like Scott' Auto Repair. serv.. $524. Clyde Nettles. same. $261.27; to see Williams back in a posi-ic . SW , Mis. EPA, utilities, $2.313; Morris Nettles, same, $270.07; ties of power. I Maxwell T. Huff, plans, $35.00; Buell Wisner. same, $294.79; Whatever the outcome of this, lCarter Eqt. Co., serv., pts., $93. Claude John-:on, same, $253.26; wh,a,t i,s largely overlo, aked is thai04; same, $158.60; Planters Hd'w., Earl Van Jackson, ,same, $259,02; fact that the Williams admin-'hdw., $85.41; Super. Serv. Sta., Jerry Nettles, same, $271.76; Revenue Sharing Fund: Jerry Enis, accounting, $140.00. The Clerk of the Board of Su- pervisors is hereby ordered to draw warrants on the Nursing Home Building Fund in the fol- 00: Alonzo H Sturgeon, rec. tory Tax Fd.. w'held, $257.40; lowing amounts in satisfaction J r.o.w., $3.03; Betty Dawson. tag,s, State Income Tax Fd., same. $3. of the follwing Claims: $1C,.25: Fernwood Ind,, c.reo, lbr., 38: Retirement Fd., Co. share. J.A. Russ Const. Co., Est. No. $'185.3; w'held, $185.63; Sac. Sac. 14. $4,856.72: Larue Boyd Elec Serv., Est. No. 8. $1302.19: Mal- vaney Associa,tes. arch., $98.38; J. h Russ Const. Co.. Est. No. 15. $,1278.18; Est. No. 16, $33,980. 00; Hotel & Restaurant Supply, eqt., $5.34; Standard Textile Co., s,ame $15o=.00: McNees Medical Sup., same. $223.91: same, $219. 52; Rudlpb ,Ramelli. Inc. same, (Here follows copy of order of board accepting bid of Big River Mrs. R. E. Hallingsworth and upply Company to furnish on, e son. Bill. of Jackson spent last tag-along trailer for the Third wk with her fater, Mr. Jes;-e Distr:ct at a price of $4.845.0D.) I Perry, while he was ill and later Ordered th, at the Board do jhosptalized in the Field Memo- now recess until Wednesday, r!al Hospital in Centreville. We Feb. 7, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. I send get-well wishes to him Steve Reed, President M, rs. Martin Shorey and her Wednesday, February 7 daughter. Rachelle. of Houston. The Honorable Board met Texas. are visiting her parents, th!,s day pursuant to recessing. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines, and Fd., w'held & Co. share, $524.84; Ins. Fd., same, $433.17; H & R Ford. Inc. serv., pts.. $467.02. C2.-wide Road & Bridge Fund: J. D. McCraine, Engr. serv.. $520. 05: R. M. Inman, sam.e, $477.32; Paul Chapman, same, $262.54; Fred McCarstle. ,sme, $268.33; Woodrow Prkce, ame. $228.60; TO SERVE YOU BETTER Follow these simple tips and your electric range will serve you more efficiently than ever. You depend on your electric range, and you know it serves you well. Your family's enthusiastic response to all the good dishes you put on the table proves that, "But did you know that your electric range will serve you even better if you follow a few easy-to-remember cooking tips? It's true. Here are some important ones: [:'Make sure you use the right size pan. A big pan on a small cooking element can cause hot spots.., and if you use a small pan on a large element you're wasting heat. Be sure the pan you use is flat on the bottom and has a tight-fitting cover. [:]"When you're using your oven, use it to ful capacity. If you're baking a meat dish, for example, add other dishes you want to bake. A dessert, perhaps, or baked fruit, or some other delicious baked food that you can freeze and enjoy another day. []Depend on thermostats and timers, so you don't waste heat by opening doors and lifting lids. [::'Be sure your oven door is tightly cJosed; I:]-'Follow the ,anufacturer's instructions and.these simple cooking tip;, and you'll be using your electric range and oven in the most efficient way possible..You'll be saving money. 'L'' and getting those great "cookbook results" that your electric cooking equipment can give you. These few cooking tips from Reddy Kilowatt are one more way that MP&L tries to serve  you better. "Keep tlle li4 oft. All members were prescript. Al,so family. Oinn Office Supply, present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Mrs. Nine Sturdivant spent Clerk. Ordered. that the Board do now recess until Tuesday, Feb.. 13, 1973 al 9 o'clock a.m. Steve Reed President Tuesday, February 13 The Honorable Ba,ard met this day pursuant to recessing. All members were present. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. (Here follows copy of order of board let,ring contract to County Con;structien Company in the total sum of $9,101).00 for construction of two bridges over Silver Creek in the Fifth District of Wilkinson County.}' Ordered that 'the Board do now recess until Thursday, February 15, 1973 at 9 o'clock aATI. Steve Reed, President Thursday, February 15 The Hcnerable Board met this day pursuant to recessing. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Nettles and family in Roetta while waiting to begin ler new home. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sturdivan,t and children of Natchez visited them Satur- day. Mr. and Mr,s. Pharo.ah Perry and girls visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettles and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nettles on Silver Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders were in Natchez ,riday near the bedside of thel,r son, Mr. J, ames Anders, who underwent surgery in Jfferson Dav]s Hospital. Reports are that he is do,ng fine. We wish him a complete recovery. Ladies of Perrytown gathered in the hOme of Mrs. Jewel An- ders last week to sew a quilt for the benefit of Mrs. Nine Sturdivant. Those who joined the quilting party were Mrs. All members were present. Also Hazel Hazlip, Mrs. Emma Perry, presen,t was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. Juantta Robinson and Alonzo H. Sturgeon are hereby em- ployed to perform special ad- ministrative and arran, sting '.services for EDA Pr,jeet No. Mrs. Ida Fexry, Mrs. Janie Net- tlcs. Mrs. Myrtis Perry, and Mrs. Lela Hazlip. Everyone enjoyed the day. Mr. Sidney Nettles visited his nephew, Mr. James An ders. in the Jefferson Davis Hospital in 04-11-01945. at the contract Natchez Saturday. prices ,of $350.00 per month, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hazlip jointly, .said sum to be paid on visited their son-in-law and the monthly claims of either of d, auhter. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ,the above persons from he WiN Crumholt, and familj; in Baton ktnson Co un t y Courthouse Rouge and attended the chris- Building Fund: ,and if two toning of a great-granddaugh- claims are flied in he 'same tar, little Tristi Rachelle H.ays, month the combined totalshall Sunday at the Blackwater Meth- nt exceed $350.00 in any one J odist Church. month. I Mr. and Mrs. William H,azlip Ordered that the. Board do and daughter, Beverly, of Natch- now recess until Monday, Feb. i ez and Mr. and Mrs. Micky Per.ry 20, at 9 o'clock a.m. and daughtens visited Mr. ,arid Steve Reed, Presiden,t Mrs. Pharoah Perry Sunday. A GIFT FROM BUTTS & YOSTE O. V. 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