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Friday, June 15, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippl MINUTES ()F MEET OF WILKINSON CO. BI). ()F EI)UCATION The Wilkinson County Board of Education met in xegular session in the office of the County Superintenden,t of Edu- caticn at, 3 o&apos;clock p.m., Mon- ville, seconded by John Green treville, $67.75; Crain Chemical and unan, imously carried, the Co., $155.25; $155.25; Miss. Li- ollowing bills on the Claims Docket were approved for pay- ment: Transportation Fund: Treas- urer, State of Mississippi, $195.00. General Se,hool Fund: Wat- son, Wilkerson & Walsh, $16.36; Cliff Wbite Office Supplies, Inc., brary Supply Co., $3,351.00. Wilk. Co. Pub. Schools-Proj. 7Q0021-ESEA-Tit!e I Fund: Ginn and Co., $3,310.21; Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc., $1,066.70; School Equipment Distributors, Inc., $90. 00. Wilk. Co. Pub. Schools-Proj. May 9, 1973 at 9  a.m. Steve Reed, President Wednesday. May 9, 1973 The Honoroble Board met this day pursuant to eecessing. All members were present. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. Ordered ,that the Board do pow recess until Friday, May 11, day, May 7, 1973, with tle fol- lowing members present: John Green. District 1; Marie Russell Green. Dist.rict 2; Charles H. Campbell, President, District 3; W. V. Carter, District 4; R. J. Ncti.e.rville, District 5. In addition to the foregoing' members of the Board. Bernard Waites Superintenden of Edu- cation, was present. The re.inures of the April 2. $2.09; The Woodville Republi- can, $27.20; Bernard Waitcs, $40. 00. Transportation Fund: Central Auto PaNs Co., $75.88; Petrole- um Equipment Co., $139.68; Chcmetron Corp., $6.30; Mc- Gehee Motor Parts, $225.17; Gulf Oil Corp., $1.780.10: Plan, lets Hdw. Inc.. $1.80: Bluff City Motors. Inc.. $31.81; Jord, an Au- to Co.. Inc.. $53.37; Foreman's 790031-ESEA-Title I Fqnd: Ban-11973 at 9 a.m. croft PaPer o., $86.76; F. R. I Steve Reed, President ;Blankenstein, $54.42; Broadhead- I Garrett Co., $37.88; Dave E. I Friday, May 11, 1973 Carter, $60.00; Mary F. Carter, I The Honorable Board met this $74.08; CTS/McGraw-Hill, $54.00; I day pursuan,t to recessing. All Catchings Clinic, $108.80; Chev-, members were present. Also ron' Oil Co., $11.39: City Drug present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Store. $2.75: Educational Sys- Clerk. (Here follows copy of order terns Dev. Corp., $215.00; Jasper Ewing and Sons. Inc.. $17.02; of Board accepting bid of Geor- Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc.. gia-Pacific Corp., Glostex. at ,and 1973 session of the Board. were Genc,ral Merchandise. $4.50; $130.85; Goodheart-Willcox Co., read. On motion by Marie Rus- Buffalo Super Store. $1.90: Seal Inc.. $62.69; Kern Mfg. Corp., .ell Green. ,seconded by R. J. Tractor Co.. $18.31; McCmb[$353.65; Martens Drug Store, Netterville and ca=rried by unan- Glass Shop, $19.60: H & R Ford. I $6.50; McGehee Motor Par. imous vote these minutes were Inc., $1.19; IBernard Waites, $3. lnc., $41.71; McGraw-Hill Book approved as read. 45: South Central Bell. $23.07; Co., $125.79; K. R. Miller. DDS. The monthly travel reports of Miss. Power & Light Co., $7.87. $fl8.0; Miss. Power & Light Co.. Bernard Wait(ts. Superin,tedent Other Current Costs Fund: $436.11; $15.94; James .Moses, $16. of Education. and John Clark, Dave E. Carter, $60.00; Seven 20; Natchez Electric & Supply School Bus Mechanic were read. Day Distributing Co.. $88.30; Co.. Inc.. $649.08; .Planters Hdw., for the sum of $96.292.00 for sale of all marked timber on Section 19, T4N, R2W.) Ordered that the Board do now recess until Friday, May 18. 1973 at 9 a.m. Steve Reed. President Friday, May 18, 1973 The Honorable Board met his day ptrsuant to recessing. All ,members were present. On motion by W. V. Carte,r see-, Alco-Columbia Paper Co.. $84.86; Inc., $494.82; Seven Day Dis- present 'was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, onded by John Green and unan- Superior Produc.ts Co., $497.50; tributing Co., $80.95; South Cen- Clerk. imously carried, these report.s Colonial Chevrolet Co.. $50.00; tral Bell, $41.93; South-Western {Here follows copy of were approved as read. Crain Chemical Co.. $409.25; Publlsh, ing Co., Inc.. $174.86; of Board directing Alonzo Letters were read from Re- Planters Hdw.. Inc., $8.17; Lan- David L. Strange, DDS. $407.00>' Sturgeon, Clerk, to issue a war- janah D Stanton. Audrey p. lays, Inc., $188.82; Vick's Ga- C. M. Treppendahl & Sons. Inc., ,rent on the Field Memorial Henxy, Napoleon Anderson and rage, $12.65: Sanders Refriger,a- $17.24; Ann C. Waddell $14.00; Community Hospital tion & Elec. Service. $102.00; Wood's Auto Supply Co., $76.97; C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc.. Woodville Utilities, $115.14; $7. nance Fund in the sum of $18.- $5.83: John L. Ash. $2.69: Vick's 38; Ace Hardware, $444.45; F. R. Garage, $20.57: South Central Blankenstein, $11.23'; South Gen- Bell. $1220: Town of Centre- tral Bell, $44.97; Tyler Tool Co., vllle $87.85: South Central Bell Inc.. $113.73. $11.52: Woodville Utilities. $365.1 County Administration Fund: 52; South Central Bell, $10.00; Beraed Waites, $132.25. Miss. Power & Light Co.. $623. On motion by John Green. Rosa Bailey requesting a hear- ing by the Board on May 15. 1973 to uhow cause for non- recommendation for the 1973-74 school term. The Superintendent told the Board that he had written letters to the first three of these persons telling them that they could appea,r before the Board today or on June 5th. On motion by John Green. sec- onded by Marie Russell Green and unanimously carried ,the Board authorized all of the above named to come before the Board at 3 o'clock p.m.. Tuesday, June 5. 1973 for the purpose of a hearing. The Superintendent recom- mended corrective treatment for Walter Hollins under Title I. ESEA. On motion by John Green, seconded by Marie Russell Green and carried by unanimous vote corrective treatment wa.s ap- proved for Walter Hollins. On .motion by R. J. Netter- 27; South Central Bell, $10.00; Miss. Power & Light Co., $242.70; $170.28. Wilk. Co.-wide District Mainte- nance Fund: Bessie L. Jefferson. $50.00; Glenn C. Thomas, $13.00; Joseph R. White, $40.00; Miss. School Supply Co., $3.37; Natch- ez Electric and Supply Co., Inc., $7820; Singer, $18.50: Interna- tional Bus. Maehine.s Corp., $52. 50; Ca,mpbell Pest Control, $15. seconded by W. V. Carter and carried .by unanimous vote. the ,session adjourned. Charles H. Campbell President A,ttest: Bernard Waites Executive Secretary COUNTY BOARD OF 00; Ginn Off,ice Supply Co., Inc.. SUPERVISORS MEET $15.09; Planters Hd, w., Inc,, $17. 50: C:rain Chemical Co., $243.95; (Continued from previous week) Beckham"s Electric Service, $16. Tuesday, May 8, 1973 44; John L.,Ash, $16.89; Emmette The Honorable Board met this Knighton, $6.60: Town of Cen- day pursuant to recessing. All WANTED TO BUY Silver and Gold Coins Antiques of All Kinds Highest Prices Paid! Phone 833-3689 Or Write P.O. Box 132 Brookhaven, Miss. members were presen,t. Also present were Alonzo H. Stur- geon, Clerk and H. B. McGraw Sheriff. (Here follows copy of order of Board accepting bid of Fred Netterville Lumbar Company in the sum of $10.100.00 for used Caterpillar D6B dozer offered for sale by the Third Distriet.) (Here follows copy of order of Board accepting bid of Jery Enis in :the sum of $125.00 for used Ford pickup truck offered for sale by Third District.) (Here follows copy of order of Board accepting bld of Sec- ond Dt'strlct in the sum of $150.00 for ,used homemade tilt tandem Irailer offered for 'sale by the Third District.) (Here follows copy of order of Board directing clerk to ad- vertise for one utility tyPe diesel tractor or use of Flrs District, with biffs ..to be zeceived on June 12, 1973.) Ordered that the Board do new recess until Wednesday, Also eo n, order ) H. war- aorial Mainte- of $18,- {EO.CO for the maintenance of a long-term care facility at aid hospital.) Ordered that the Board do now recess until Friday, May 25, 1973 at 9 a.m. Steve Reed. President Friday, May 25. 1973 this The Honorable Board met day pursuant to recessing. All mem,bers were presen, t. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. The Clerk of the Wilkinson Coun,ty Board of Supervisor.s is hereby ordered to draw warrants on the Courthouse Building Fund in favor of lhe follow- ing parties in the following amounts: j. A. Russ Construc- tion Co, Est. No. 3. $37,027.72; Lynton B. Cooper, Inv. No. 4, $1 175.12. (Here follows copy of order Whatsoever Things by Donald E. Wildmon TItE BUILDING CALLED AMERICA Once upon ,a time "a group of people decided to erect a new :building. I:t would be an un- usual building, ,the likes of So the group began erecting MAYOR GEORGE GONDA C0ngralulati0ns from MEMPHIS, TENN. and LONDON, ENGLAND Butsy Lanigan Greg, Tee, and Michael Gonda Mary Mahon Jay Lanigan Dick Lanigan Tony Lanigan Nanette Lanlgan Paqe S i pillar underneath to support tweakened pillar of church. But he structure as previous build-Imost of the people scoffed at ings ,had had, ,they decidedl41hem, calling them old-lash- that their new building would ioned people with out-do,ted have ,three pillars on which to I ideas The people still tried rest. Each of these three pillars many ways to strengthen the would hold an equal weight of the building. They named hese , three pillars ho,mc, school, and church. building called. America, but none of the methods included the srengthening of he pillar of church. One day this building called which the world had never their new building called America eollasped. One of the seen. They decided that they America, and underneath .they [Seid;altSg CsUStdre undednoauh would call thi.s new .building supported it, wit,h the Shree.,,N 0 builino .' like America can America pillars of home. school, an E, ' . "n" '" - " in 1 one church. The people labored .on lever stand except on the three seaa o nay g on y ' that new building until .they l,equal pmars oi nome, sen,ore, died And their c h i dr e n,I and church. And w Lth tha of Board dtrec,tng clerk to ad- caiciin a limuse of the dream ]history wxote it final cnaper vertise for bids to be received that heir orcfathers ]ad,] n .the construction of the on June 26, 1973, for the con- continued to work on the building called America. struction of a drainage ,struc- building and to keep strong the I ls this o be a true story- Let's ture on 0.718 miles of the. Silver. three supportin, g pillar, s,. hope not. Creek Road in the FKth Ds-  .... Several genera'u.ons word:ca ,trier.) ]hard to make that building the I The following claims were or- mos treasured and admired dered pad as an emergency " " , building in all the world. They measure from the Revenue ." ' , S e " Shaol'g nFde ke%l:iea:: th tO .h:; c:nf.titnld VeSo[k ly th: p o e " g .. ,, Inew building. And they always r'irst District' Fred ervervine t made sure that the supporting Lumber Co lumber, $I 227 75"  n 11,  f hnm hnnl nd ' "' $ ' ' that the existence of tte build- The Clerk of the Board of Su- ling reted up0u ,the strength of pervi.sors is reby orderdkO]those three pillars. draw a warra t o the W runs ' ' " ! -I However, sevexal generat', so County Revenue Sharing = after te building was started, Fund in the amount of $25 67130  .... ' , .....  ...... tn a in favor of County Construe-' , . ............ l the need for three pillars. They blon UO. as IlrS ana ilnal eSL1- fi,,ad f.13nf, it (' ........ !Lr ; .... ..., ould stand on ,mae Ior rne compleuon Io',, t,,,o ,qllars So they bed'.an Rndge Pzo]ect No 1 Dst, lct No " ' ' " ', to ignore the pillar of church. 5. , I Soon that pillar became weak- Ordered that the Board do, n n ol s e ed due to egeet. When th' now recess until Friday, June 1, happen, ed more weight of the k ' " 1973, at 10 o cloc a.m. building called America was Friday, June 1, 1973 sh'ifted to the two pillars of The Honorable Board met this home and school. day pursuant to recessing All The people noticed that the members were present, except foundation underneath the Steve Reed. Also preent was l bulling called America was Alonzo H. Sturgeon. Clerk. ,weakening. And they blamed Allowance: Alonzo H. Stur-lmany things seldom referring to geon, Clerk. $300.00. the weakened pillar of church Minutes for he May meet- Before }ong beoa,use of the ngs were read and approved by weakening of the pillar of the Presiden,t, Ordered that the church, ,the pillar of home be- Boa,rd do now adjourn until the came weaker also. This was next regular meeting, which will followed by a weakening of the be Tuesday, June 5 1973. a day .pillar of school. Many people following Monday, June 4. a legal tried to get the building called holiday. America on a good foundation Steve Reed President agai,n by strengthening he "Oh,well: infl00ion ,s noth,n.g but a drop =9 the B'rna dlGllmb? g new, the cost of living is always rising. What does this mean to your retirement? For an answer look at the present. If you retired now, would you have enougt money? It not. then it's time you found out about Farm Bureau surance and what it can do for those future retirement plans. Call your Farm Bureau insurance agent today! 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