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,! s Y "t Page 4 / MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK by PaulPittman The Woodville Republkan, Woodville, M;ss;ss;ppl Friday, March 16, 19700 Jackson, La., Sunday. present, tile, counselor, Mrs. Ko1- H. B. Huff and grandson, Shawn spent the clay Saturday wilh Ampricqn Youth Conve, ntion irt Mr. and Mrs. James Rymer ler Grecr. and the pastor, lhe Johns,m] MJ" and Mrs. Sheet their on and d,mghter-in-law. Jackson last we(,kcnd from Cros- and Mrs. Jake Floyd, Sr., of Rev. Clyde Arender. Perry. Ji'.. and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Anders. and by were: We:s Hughes, wlm was elected prcddent of the Patti- Natchez visited his parents. Mr. Mrs. David Wayne William8 Shannon MeKlemurry, of Notch- family in Natchez. and Mrs. Gordon Ry,mer Fri- and son. Van. v:.dted her pa,r- oz. Mrs. P,'mlette Perry of Gun- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cavin of day. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant, zales, La.. and Mrs. Myrtis Perry LSU visited their grandparents, Mrs. Wayne Havard and son, in Ferrid.ay, La., Thursday. of Rosette. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. gavin, for Wayne, Jr. of Natchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer Mrs. Ralph Sibley of Baton several days during their spring her grandfather, Mr. R. V. For- and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryme,': Rouge was an overnight guest vacation before going on to Lake man, Sunday. of Centrevillc visited Mr. and o1' her-parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles, La. Mrs. Elsie Cobb is a patien, t Mrs. Charles Rymer in Sumrall Willie Hazlip, Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. E. F Cavin vis- in Jefferson Davis Hospital Saturday. joined on Sund, ay by Mr. and fled Mrs. Co!ice Bankstm] ill after Mr. D. N.. Williams visited his Mrs. T. E Crumholt and ,son, Centreville Sunday. breaking her hip Thursday. We son and cl,aughter-in-law. Mr. Tally gay, a:d Mr and Mrs. Recent gues:ts in tile honle of and Mrs. T. A, Williams. in Patrick Thomas. all of Baton Mr. and Mrs.' Barney Hazlip all send prayers for her speedy Chu'rch Hill Saturday and Sun- Rottge. were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth recovery, day. M,r. anti Mrs. Marlin Howard Leake and children of Clayton, Miss Charlotte Byrd of Natch- Mr. Johnny Brown and Mrs. and fam'.ly of Cullman. Ala., La.. and Mr. Clarcn::e ttazlip of ez visited l-or grandpare,nts. Mr. Phillis Marie Breedlove and are visiting t,l:eir moil]or, Mrs. Eaton Rouge. and Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdlvant, sor, s. Lloyd and Edward. visited Nina Sturdivant and other Guests in the h'ne of Mr. the past week. Mr. and Mr..'. E. J. Welsh in Ba- members of the family, anti Mrs. Claude Johnson last (Editor's N o t e : Mississippi ' Outlook is being written this mental officials responsible for week by Charles Dunagin, who raising and spending public where she had surgery is substituting'fair the ailing money are. in the words of one. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Murray of Pasadena. Texas, arrived Sunday to visit her father. Mr. "thrilled to death" with initial Paul l=ittman.) by Charles Dunagin all:c, ations under the revenue- sharing l:rogram passed by Con- Many governmen:al units in Miss:ssipp are in bet'ter fi,seal I gross late last year. W h t has them worried, shape today than ever before t a hut an mr of uncertainty casts though, is they don't have con- olic American Youth for the state of Mississippi, Wanda Orso and Will Itughes. Mis:ses Roberl a and Lynn Rushing, who were off for spring l o!idays from MSCW. have re- t, urnefl to college. Guy Davis was also off for spring holiday.s from ,he University or Southern Mis- sls:t?pi aad Mike Fo,reman fr, am Ilinds Jml:.or College. Mrs, Ella Foreman is still in .the hospital in Centreville. We wJ'h her a p.edy recovery. Mrs V. L. Campbell has been in Jackson for l,he pasl two weeks, visitinp; her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Breland of Baton weekend were Mr. and Mrs. J, sh,n Minnie. Did'ya Know? Mr. a o h n Fruett, one time operato,r of the Cr:sby an'por, made and ,sold :naVels or old airplanes, called "Glidders." ton Rouge Saturday. The Rev. Clyde Arender an- Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. Sid- Duggar Hazlip of Hazlehurst and nounces that tile Rosette United hey Nettles and Mr. Jesse Arnold Mrs. C. W. Cavin and children. fidence it will ccntinue. Major John S. Thompson of McComb says he has talked with R. V. Ferman. Methodist Church will [lave this week. Mrs. Graver Day is visiting their Spring .Revival with Home- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson her son-in-law and daughter:, coming and dinner on the viKted th,ir s:on a,ad daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Early Durham. in g,rounds on M'ty 20th. in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ival John- Jack,on for a while. Miss Darlene Spcights at- son, in Centreville Sunday af- Mrs. Ca r ey Berryhill of attended the Patriotic American ternoon. N, a tchez and Mrs. Jack Creer of Youth convention in Jackson on Mr. and Mr,s. Bryant Hazlip of Vidalia, La., visited their moth- March 9 and 10 with other chap- Kingston visited his parents, Mr. er, Mrs. Bertha Stewart, Friday.. ter members from Pine Hills and Mrs. Willie Hazlip, Satur- Mrs. Frank Leggett is a pa- Academy, Gloster. Twenty-three day. tlent in Jefferson Davis Has- members made the trip, aceom- Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry of arbitrarily changing the rules pital in Natchez where she an- partied by their advisor, Mrs. Gonzales. La.. and Mr. and Mrs. in midstream .and in some cases derwent surgery Thursday. We Learraine Swaggart. They st,ayed making the changes retroac- wish he,r a rapid recovery, at the Sun 'N Sand .Motel and enjoyed a visit to the Legislature while in the Capital City. On Friday evening ,the group at- tended the annual banquet in the Bali Hat Room. Mr. and ,Mrs. Elton Perry of Gonzales. La.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. John P. Floyd of Gonzales. La., and Mrs. G. A. McCoy of Jackson, La., visited their mother, Mrs. George Greer, _and Mr. Greet Sun, day, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byrd, Mrs. Mike McGraw and daughter, /aura, nd Mr. James Stu',rdivant a elofid of doubt over the future. Federal revenue-sharing, iron- ically, i.s playing a major role in lccth the ,relative affluence a number of mayors and manic- of state and local governme,nts ipal official.=, from .over the st.ate and in the doubt. It also may and there seems to be a con- affect the outcome of some pc- sensus that "we can't get our- lttical races In the next few selves in a frame 'of mind to years, depend on it. From the state level, revenue[ "We keep hearing rumors, sh,aring has increased a trees- and there's no way of knowing ry ,surplus which had already what the federal government is resulted fram other state reve- going to do. In, same instances hue running ahead of expendi- they've gotten into the habit'of Live." Meanwhile. cities are building _treets and expanding sewage systems, and are con- templating libraries, cou,nty- w',de garbage systems and other capital improvements. It's good while it lasts, and the political possibilities are obvious. According to one lengtime lo- cal official, just about any lo- visited their parents, Mr. and cality in Missls.=.ippi needs cap- Mrs. Tommie G. Sturdivant, the ltal  improvements for which past weekend. there have been no funds in the Mrs. Bob. Keller visited her p.ast, eon-in-l,aw and daughter, Mr. If properly done, a capital and Mrs. James Livingston, in improvement can be a very Crosby, Sunday afternoon. tangible plank for a political The Rev. Clyde A:render an- platform in the future, nounces the} Gospel Singers from Raleigh will present some good Old Time Gospel Singing of the Nlxon administration. Rosetta News ' at Crosby United Methodist has partially supplanted a hum- Church on March 24th at 6 p.m. ber of other federal programs Mr..and Mrs. Micky Perry Everyone ts lnvtted. Which pumped ,a great deal of and daughters visited her par- The Rosette M.YF met Sun- money into the Mieaissippi eeon- (nts, Mr. and Mr;s. Barney Met- day at 6 p.m. ,at .th  ,:church. amy, Some legislators and others ealfe, in Centrdville and her The pre,sident, Darlene Speigh'ts, in state government have quietly brother-in-law and sister, Mr. presided. The program was given w.ondered what effect the elim- and Mrs. Malcolm Sterling, of on Paul. Later, a .soci, al hour inatlon of some of the programs Gonzales, La.. Friday. was enjoyed in the Fellowship will have on the ,sales 'tax take Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mu:rray and Hall with refres.h,menls served of the future, son, Ben Allen, visited Mrs. [by Mrs. Ch, arlie Brabham and But on the local level, govern- Edith Floyd and daughters in [ Mis. 81eights to the members $u,res. Whether the surplus will be .sufficient to withstand a bar- rage .el increased spending, a l:kly tax cut anti possible un- foreseen slumps in the economy is part of the uncertainty, how- ever. At local levels, city and coun- ty, revenue-slaring funds retro- active to Jan. 1, 1972. have provided windfalls which are being used primarily on capital improvements. Revenue-sharing provides for federal funds to be distributed directly to state and local gov- ernments on a complicated for- mula basis that considers such factors as local tax effort, de- gree of urbanizeion, per capita income and percentage of the local population in relation to he national population. It, alzng with other policies McKe y lverson Grocerv and Market ,/ Sherri. Wanda and Charles. of Baton Rouge. M.:s. Iona Seward of Vidalia. La., and Mr, and Mrs. Elvin Perry of Natchez vi[ited their parents. Mr, and Mr,s. Elvin Perry, last weekend. We have more combined years experience with meat and other foods than anyene in Crosby News Mrs. Wesley Hughes was in Micky Perry and children vis-- the hospital In Natchez last ited Mr. and Mrs. P haroah Perry week having her tonsils rem,aved. nd girls for the weekend She returned home Thursday. Mrs. Louise Le.ake and her Mike Foreman, coach of the daughter-in-law. Mrs. Phillip Crosby Little League Ba.seball Leake and daughter of Baton team. 'reports that practice will Rouge visited Mr. and Mrs. begin Saturday, March 24. All Centreville. Barney Hazlip Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. Ralph Wilson Perrytown News and children Lisa, Margaret I and Ralph, Jr., were dinner Guests in the home of Mr.l guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, and Mrs. Jewel Anders and Mr.?. Fenn Brown Sunday. Emm,a Perry Sunday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Antlers persons wishing to play, please contact Mike. Mrs Modena Tillery was in her Crosby home this weekend. The.e members of Patriotic Amcrman Youth 0f Pine Hills Academy altending the Patriotic ................................................................. : ............................................ .......... ....... , WIlEN TROUBLE COMES, INSURANCE TURNS YOUR PREMIUM PENNIES INTO CLAIM SETTLEMENT DOLLARS. FOR SECURITY AND PEACE OF MIND IIAVE C,MPLETE INSURANCE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WITH US COSTS YOU NOTHING EXTRA! 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