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Friday, June :9, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Misslsslppt Proceedings Of The Woodville Mayor & Board Of Aldermen April 3, 1973 At the Regular Meeting of the MaYor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodilia, Mis- Howard Wyatt $12.28, Evelyn Scott Store $28.61, Ronald Wood $11.29; Total, $19,753.72. The following is a report of Cle,rk's Special Account: Brought forward, $423.07; Dis- bur-:ements: Mary B. Scott, post- age, $7.04; U. S. Postmaster, same, $99.09; Roosevel,t Wilson, sissippi, bngun anti held in said labor flowers, $14.40; Cash, flow- Town at 7 p.m., there were pros- ors, Pilgrimage, $30.00; Total, ant Mayor M. N. Lewis, Alder- $150.44. Reimbursements: Gen- men Thol]a M. Bryan, J. M. oral Fund, $84.44; Light & Gas Best H. B. Curry and Cage Fund, $33.00; CWW&SS Fund, Chisl]ohn, Richard T. Watson 1533.00; Total, $150.44. Attorney, and Frances Towns- end, Clerk. Motion by iA!de:rman Chisholm that the minutes be approved as read, seconded by Alderman Best, voted upon and unani- mously carried. Motion by Alderman Best, seconded .by Alderman Chishohn and ananimously carried, that the Town donate $100.00 to the Pine Hills Dixie Youth Baseball Club. Alderman Curry made a mo- tion that the bills in the amount ,of $20,280.58 be paid, seconded by Alderman Chiahohn, voted pon and unanimously car,tied. The following is a report of the gas, water & sewer collec- tions for the :month of March, 1973 : Brought forward, $353.26; Res. Gas, $10,329.97; Com. Gas, $4,- 124.10: Res. Water, $2,919.73; Com. Water, $686.38; Res. Sewer, $174.66; Com. Sewer, $67.55; Out- side wate,r, $47.98; Penalty, $203. 34; Cut off & on, $22.00; Sale's Tax, $779.65; Deposits, $45.00; Total, $19,753.72. Collected, $19,333.06: Delin- 'quent: Lewis Allen $1,0.80, Iva Dean Keeton $1.04, Jerry David- son $4.88; C. E. Emmons $5.88; L. C. Brown $1.31, Ronnie Davis $1.74, Joseph Lee Dixon $1.70,] Wiley Collins $2.34, Thomas L. I Piazza $21.71, Annie Catherine I Thompson $5.87, Jim Teal $31.61,1 Albert Havard $4.30, Willie I James Ross $20.51, Charles I Jackson $5.90, Charles Andrews I $3.26, Fannie Lee Gavin $5.63, Ike Evar,s $26.74, Isiah White $10.67, Willie Lee Peters $1.85, Glor!a Dean Myers $5.19, Hous- ton parker $3.82, Fcnest Smith $13.93, Charles Edward Buck $11.47, Joe M. ,Stutzman $5.42, Leon Williams $1.91, Larry Box $1.97, Larry C. Kr-.,,drick $22.49, James Ross $17.28, Willie Pope $19.70, Weaver Jarvis Shop $10. 78, Clarence Brown $9.01, Alex Johnson, Jr. $6.34, Marvin Wheeler $26.90, Woodrow Bolden $6.70, Joe Lewis Harrison $15.29, Ethel Tolliver $5.45, Henry White $21.36, Ronnie Davis $18. 14. Mrs. O. K. Ferguson, Tenant $10.57, James Claiborne $6.52, The Clerk is charged with the following: Re:s. Gas, $7,615.66; Com. Gas, $2,857.72; Res. Water, $2,89.80; Com. Wacer, $568.00; Res. Sewer, $165.68; Com. Sewer, ;67.43. Light & Gas Fund: Frances rownsend, Clerk, pay acct. de- posit (Robert Jones), $14.25; Robert Jones, refund dep., $.25; Robert Claiborne, salary, $144. 72; Jack Curtain, same, $51.78; Walter E. Davis, Jr., same, $188. 84; Robert Fields, Jr., same, $126.74; James Foreman, same, $191.53; Grant Carter, Jr., 'same, $131.54; Dave Lewis, Jr., same, $133.97; Eula Mac Liberty, same, $13.54; Sidney B. Mealey, same, $163.94; Ed Porter, same, $135.74; Huey P. Robinson, same, ,$113. 75; Mary B. Scot, tax records, $'164.76; Robert L. Skipper, sal- a,ry, $178.36; Robert Carter Slan, same, $131.27; Lawrence Wells, l Jr., ,wages, $129.10; Herbert E. Felter, same, $45.51; Joe M. Best, salary, $39.75; Thomas M. Bry-: an, same, $39.75; Cage Chisholm, same, $5.97; Fredrick P. Cavin, Jr., same, $621.93; Hubert B. Curry, same, $5.97; M. N. Lewis, ame, $278.50; Fred C. Me- Ca,rstle, Sr., same, $40.35; Willie Scott McCarstle, same, $253.23; (:?has. T. Netterville, same, $75. 32; Frances Townsend, same, $306.90; Richard T. Watson, same, $134.47; MeGehee Motor Part's, supplies, $9.50; Seal Trac- tor" Co., repairs, $5.27; Planters Hdw., Inc., supplies, $3.73; Pit- ney BeTas, postage meter, $7.50; Communications Assocs., Inc., radio contract, $5.63; Davis Me- ter & Supply Div., supplies, $60. 86; Big Three eter Repair, Inc., repairs, $300.76; Utility Specialties Service .Co., supplies, $390.69; Conolida,ted Pipe & Supply Co. ,of Miss., zame, $48. 15; J. H. Lambdin, consultant fee, $200.81 ; Cavin's Welding Service, ,welding, $32.00; Mi,ss. Power & Light Co., lights, $14.59; Wholesale Supply Co., Inc., sup- .plies, $1fl2.26; C. M. Treppen- dahl & Sons, Inc., same, $2.65; South Central Bell Tel. Co., phone exp., $5.52; Three Oaks Service Station, gas, $40.25; Public Employees' Retirement WANTED TO BUY Silver and Gold Coins Antiques of All Kinds Highest Prices Paid! iill Phone 833-3689 Or Write P.O. Box 132 Brookhaven, Miss. DOWNTOWN NATCHEZ INTERIOR DECORATING CUSTOM DRAPERIES, BEDSPREADS, PILLOWS, SHAGS, DUST RUFFLES, and CORNICES. All work guaranteed. Fabrics by , i!! : Waverly, Schumacher, West Gate, Payne, . Collins, Amsco and others. Also complete line of wallpaper. :i Call Mrs. Bobble Wickham, 442-1414, for free estimate. Samples brought t to your home. Jr I I I System, See. See., $2,417.36; re- ti,rement, $548.68; 3tale Tax Commission, withheld, $17.16; $470.30; Grant Carter, Jr., sal- ary, $116.85; Robert Claiborne same, $144.72; Jack Curtain, same, $47.07; Robert Fields, same, $117.66; James Foreman, some, $191.53; Dave Lewis, Jr., same, $130.97; Eula Mac Liberty, same, $13.34; Sidney B. Mealey, same, $163.92; Ed Porter, same, $116.85; Huey P. Robinson, _ame, $113.75; Robert L. Skipper, .,same, $178.36; Robert Carter Slan, same, $117.21; Lawrence Wells, Jr., wages, $119.'05; Herbert E. Feller, same, $185.26; Walter E. Davis, Jr., salary, $185.26;' Pru- dential Insurance Co., insurance, $656.89; Mid Louisiana Gas Co., gas, $3,912.27; Frances Towns- end, Clerk, p.ay acct. dep. (Alex Johnson, Jr.,), $6.66; (Ethel Tol- liver/, $572; (James Claiborne), ' I $6.85; (Howard Wyatt, Jr.), $12. i 89; Clerk's Special Account, re-: imbursement, $23.33. General Fun(i: Robert Clai- borne, expenses, $37.50; James Foreman, same, $50.00; Gcant Carter, Jr., contract work, $34. 65; Larry J. Mealey, same, $16. 50; Johnny Lee Jarvis, same, $31.35; Lawrence Wells, Jr., same, $41.25; John Dorsey, same, $171.60; Woodville Public Li- brary, contribution, $25.00; Mrs. E: M. Collens Est., rent on dump, $5.00; Seal Tractor Co., repairs, $375.32; Planters Hdw., Inc., -:upplies, $36.14; Miss. Aggregate Co., Inc., asphalt, $1,376.68; Pit- ney BeTas, postage meter, $7.50; Lewis Insurance Agency, bond, $25.00; Ketchings Co., Inc., sup- ,plies, $21.50; Sanders Ref. & Electric Service, repairs, $12.50; Communications Asocs., Inc., radio contract, $34.25; Jimmie's Auto Service, repairs, $197.52; Southern Uniform Co., uniforms, $29.45; Wood's, upplies, $7.90; Woodville Republican, publish minutes, etc., $143.20; Dan's Au- Wo0drville Hospitality Guests Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woolley of Lakeland, Florida, were spe- cial guests of the Town of Wood- villa last Friday morning, June 1, ,tile official opening day of Hospitality Month in Mississippi. T, hey are hown above center with Woodvilles Miss Hospitality Susan Whetstone and Mayor Marvin N. Lewis. The Woolleys were ,stopped by Mayor Lewis and Policeman Robert Skipper on 'Highway 61 Friday morning .and we re brought to the Hospitality House where they were greeted by Miss Whet.stone and members of the Civic Club hospitality committee. Mayor Lewis and Policeman Skipper then took the honored guests on a tour of the town, following the desig- nated Pilgrimage ,route Later they were joined :for lunch at Glenburnie Restaurant by Miss Whetstone and Mrs. Ray Farrar, president of the Civic Club, who also accompanied the guests on a tour of Rosemont. June 19 Is Deadline For Loan he must file an applica- tion with the Farmers Home Administration office in Wood- villa on or before June 19. Al- though the full extent of the damage may not be known by the applcation deadline, ,the farmer must still file his appli- cation before the June 19 date in erda to be eligible. Last week a report, was made i of the disefissions held at the I general meeting of .the Civic I Club on May 24 with the excep- tion of those about the Pilgrim- age, hence the following report. C0; John Dorsey, contract work, $g'5.70; Lawrence Wells, Jr., same, $33.00; Charles Lee Wells, same, $26.40; Grant Carter, J,r., same, $29.70; Larry J. Mealey, same, $23.10; Clerk's Special Account, l:eimb., $162.04; H & R Ford, Inc., repairs, $9.46. Combined Water Works & Sewer System Fund: CWW&SS Bond Retirement & Reserve Fund: transfer, $250.00; Mc- Gehee Motor Parts, upplies, $9.50; Seal Tractor Co., repairs, $5.27; Planters Hardware, Inc., supplies, $15.88; Pitney BeTas, postage meter, $7.50; Communi- cations Assocs., Inc., xadlo con- Woo lle CI00'IC CLUB NEws Rosemont Part Of Tour It was also unanimous to in- ;: elude Rosemont on the our as : many persons present at the meeting indicated that many visitors in the past have re- sented paying an extra admis- Later Weekend sign charge. , Bad "weather in the past two Tmket Price yars, increased tourism in I A change was made in ticket April ,and less competition with I cost to $6.50 for adults, $2.50 for Louisiana events were foremost I students, military nd ctergy, in the decision ,to push the Pil-/and no charge for pro-school Livingston Named !essary to prepare for the event Vice President LNB that a four-day weekend ;would better reap rewa$fls. s d .......... ,Major officer promotion an . ." ...... i have receded, the Red Cross will cllanges a1 l,OUlSlana Nal, lonat . _' f h lo families return to normal Bank of Baron tcouge were . L- . . made b" C W McCoy chair ,hwng condtmns. In some ,cases, . . : - _ ' ._ ,-Ithis may mean replacing tools man ot me Doara ana presmen. I - .. -,- ..In. he brhi?lh K.dmivStnra:oon i t t ,nil:y wag2n eta:lle:;lg 170 l.m;2 mwsm , p ' g [a home or to restcce furniture. has been pomoted to vle.eiAll rehabilitation assistance is president. Livingston, who ]s based on need, and the family's manager of the main, ability to meet their own needs." earned a degree in accounting from Missi:-:'sippi State Unive,r- Donations to assist flood vie- sity in June, 1965, and entered tims may be sent to ,the Amer- LNB's management training lean Red Cross, P. O. Box 4523, to Service, repairs, $6.00; SW I program later that year. Since Miss. EPA, lights, $143.81; C. M. ]Filing Requests For 1972, Livingston.has been an as- Treppendahl & Sons, supplies, ;sistanl vice .president, and $46.46; South Cent,ral Bell Tel. FHA Emergency Loans earlier :his year became man- Co., .phone exp., $83.22; Three l ].ager of the Main Office. Oaks Service Station, gas, $393.! Wilkinson County is one of I Phil is married to the former I the Mississippi counties declared iAnn Travis of Oloster and they 44; iine Hills Dixie Yo'uth Base- ]a n emergency area by the Pros- ] have' two daughters, Amy and ball Club, donation, $100.00; Robert Claiborne, expenses, $37. l ident due to flooding from theLacy. 50; James Foreman, :same, $50. Mississippi River  and fla.s:hl He is ,the 'son of Mr. and Mns. flooding in late March, accord-l James E. Livingston of Crosby ing to John R. Bounds, county land Hammond. supervisor, Wilkinson County FHA office. Farmers w'":lave suffered 'a ] Red Cross Appeals " loss due to these conditions may  be eligible for .an Emergency I For Donations For Loan for annual Crop expenses, i the repair of equipment and to I State Flood Victims res, tore farm land to no{'mall operation. In order fox a faTmer ! The Mssissi,ppi Division, to be eligible for an Emergency lAmerican Red Cross, this ,week Kelly and children of Magnolia, Ark. Guests iof Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders during the week were Mr. and Mrs. James Ander and children, Kathy, Del and Russ, of Na.tclez and Mrs. Rita Smith. tract, $5.62; Davis Meter & Sup- ply Div., supplies, $60.85; Harper asks the public to give financial as,si:stance in the tremendous job of .providing relief for fam- ilies stricken ,by the flood waters of the Mississippi and Yazool Rivers. To ,date, some 4,400 Missis- sippi families have turned o Foundr" & Machine Co, same, " the Red Cross for assistance ',--,.  ,- o*-r "Service Mr. /rod Mr s. Jewel Anders totaling over $355,009. These r;='rs, ;106.0;F."R  Blanken' and Lynn McKlemurry visiea funds have gone toward p,rovid- P " . .- IMrs. Maggie Greer at the riGS- i,, htr ,od medical atten- 1 sale ' "" ..... ,  tein,, ,.upplie $1.9_6,mWhO4 80" Ipital in Centreville. t tion, clothing, and other neces- uppy_wo., inc., _,  _'_'I 1rs Pharoah Perry and Mr l.zities for families whose homes oun General lell, 'pnone exp., " t ' $5.52 Coneordia Contracting l and.Mrs. Jnnmy Perry rimmed]have been flooded. in lne nome ot ar ana Mrs ,, P.n o+, -tial ,-a,,ment $7,767 I ' ' Before the 'flood waters re- ., Oll 1,o,1 ',lEO J , ' ] T, homas Perry m Natchez 00" Jordan Kaiser &Sessions, I ' ' Icede, ,hundreds of other fami- nroiect inspection, $68974; gen- Lynn McKlemurry is out of I lies will seek assistance from " "- " the hospital :and is staying with I the Red Cross," said William H. eral supervision, .sewage plant, $147.57; Three Oaks Service Station, .gas, $40.26; Frances Townsend, Clerk, outside water, $26.21; Clerk's Special Account, reimb., $23.33; ,General Fund, transfer, $190.58. There being no further bu:si- to .come before the meet- ing, upon motion duly made and seconded, the meeting ad- journed. M. N. LeWis, Mayor Mrs. Emma Perry. I Code, manager of the Missis- Mrs. Jewel Anders is still hos-J sippi Division, American Red pitalized in Cenrcville. Cross. "Then, once the wate,rs Perrytown News grimage weekend into Aoril. children. Several members ;held out for Art Show - April 7 eventually a compromise was struck. April 4-5-6-7 It was ahnost unanimous to extend ,the weekend by one d']y .... Thursdayto make it a fotr- day event. The homeowners present parrticularly felt that , with .as much effort as ,wa.s nec- by IL Emerson Berryhi]l Jackson, Miss. 39216. Check's should be marked "for di,saster." Nationally, the floods of the Mississsippi and Yazoo Rivers are part of the 73 disasters in which the Red Cross has given .aid since Ma,rch 17. Officials say that nationally t,he Red Cross has spent or eom:mitted $2 million for'disaster relief a:s- sistance during .the past month, bringing to mm:e than $39 mil- l'on the cost of the American Red Cross aid to disaster victims in the iirst ten months of the current ,fiscal year. A little five-year-old asked her father, who was an .artist, "Draw me a picture of love, Daddy," "All right," .answered t.he father, "if you will draw me a picture of the wind." The child took a pencil and began drawing curving lines. She stopped, "I can't Daddy you can only feel the wind." "That is the same with love," the father said. We wonder what kind of world : ! this would be if everything had to be in black and white, and "feelings" were not,. included. We can only imagine. But it is certain the ,world would be lacking a great deal. When anyone reaches a point where he has no feelings .for others, he nmst be the most miserable of human beings. OUR THOTGHT TO REMEM- BER: Our greatest conributions come from our heart. BERRYHILL FUNERAL HOME Pho,e 881-5871 WOODVlLL. MISSISSIPP I I I I I I II ADEQUATE PROTECTION? GLENBURNIE CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open Mon. thru Fri. 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. We Invite Your Patronage Mrs. Audrey Inman, Manager Charles Inman & Cage Chisholm, Owners TIMBER SALE James M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., forest management specialists, so!kits bids on 662,200 board feet pine savtlmber and 17,400 board feet hardwood sawtimber, Doyle scale, on 300 acres in Sections 2 and 3, Township 4 North, Range 6 East, Amite County, Miss. Sealed bids on a lump-sum basis must be received by James ,Guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Perry ,were Mr..and Mrs. Winston Oa: ,and children Winston, Jr., and Sarah, .of Slaughter, La., .and Mr. and Mrs. Shad Perry, Jr., and son Rodger, and Mr. Joe Ed Mc- Klemurry of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wil;son vi'stted Mrs. Jewel Anders in the hospital in Centreville. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pharoah Perry were Mr. and Mrs. Micky Perry and children .and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Perry of Li.tchfield, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Seward and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Pritch- We are all naturally concerned about proper and adequate insurance. Our plans are written with you and your family's specific needs in mind. Why not inquire today about auto, home and life insurance plans? No obligation. FOSTER INSURANCE AGENCY ard and children, Tommy,, I Vlvki and Gerald, .all of Vldalia, i M. Vardaman & Co., Inc., P. O. Box d23, Brookhaven, Miss. La., Mr..and Mrs. Elvin Perry, 37601, not later than 10:00 a,m. on 22 June 1973. Jr., of Natchez, and Mr, nd Write for prospectus or contact Joe A. Kuse, P. O. Box 423, Mrs. Ronald Perry ,and sons, Mike and Steve, visited in the Brookhaven, Miss:. ar call 833-8834. home of Mr. and Mrs. lvin ! James M.  Vardaman g Co., Inc., Standard Life Building, Perry. I Visiting In the home of Mr, Jackson, Miss. Telephone number 601-354-3123. Branch offices and Mrs. Morris Mray erela t Hattiesburg, LauFel, Brookhaven, Meridian, Bogalusa and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Murray of I .... atchez and Mr. anct Zs. F Alexandria. A GICT FROM BUTTS & YOSTE will be 00he00,snea through the years Diamonds Silver China Crystal Watches BUTTS "OSTE Jewelers ola Hotel Corner -- Phone 445-4083 -- Natchez, Miss. L I I I