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|i ,. Volume 149 Oldest Paper In Mississippi Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Friday, June 22, 1973 Established In 1824 Number 3 / Localisms by Lewis... (Editor's Note -- Since we expected to ,be hospitalized during the time this week's issue " of The Republican was in pro- duction, and as we wre unable to find any volunteers to fill in this spot fo,r us, we have left a i,)*,).l, ,***,*|)*.**.),..**l**s*a**=,**,o.*.,l*.)u*l)l))lll*ln*u From The Files Of The Republican "Backward, turn backward, Oh Time, in thy flight .... " ,,,., ..,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,i,.,,.,,,,,)|,,t)l||,|l)* 25 YEARS AGO Mrs. James Belle Isle with her baby daughter, Mary Ann, let for thei,r home in Atlanta the past weekend after a two weeks visit to her fa,mly here. July 4th Celebration Being Planned For Van Eaton Park Here Officials of Van Eaton Park, Inc., for this year are making plans for a big all-day affair on the Fourth of July vhich is to include a beauty contest, auction, games, barbecue, two afternoon ballgames, and a chase for the greased pig. The park gates will open at 8 a.m. on the Fourth. The day's Humphreys activities will begin at 9 a.m. Counkies. Emergency Livestock Feed Program Set In Part Wilkinson County Congressman Thad Cochran was recently informed by U. S. Department of Agriculture offi- cials that an emergency live- stock feed program would be offered in portions of Claiborne, Wilkinson and Jefferson Coun- ties and .the entire areas of and Washington Local Pharmacist Recipient Of State Association Award Woodville pharmacist William H. Catchings has been honored by the Mi'ssissippi State Phar- maceutical Association as its 1973 recipient of the A. H. Robins "Bowl of Hygia" Award for outstanding community service. Catching, owner of City Drug Woodville CIVIC CLUB News JAMES DICK FESTIVAL INSTITUTE AT WOODVILLE On Friday, July 13, this com- munity will be the setting of a real "first" in Mississippi -- ricing at pianos in local homes and churches which will be made available to them. Mrs. John Hewes, chairman of the music for the Civic Club, is making arrangements variety of prepared-in-advance Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dural and with the beauty contest, to be USDA will make .available Store, received, the award on the first annual James Dick and borrowed items for use in children, of New Orleans, Spent followed with a day of fun and ig overlnent-wned feed grains June 19 during the association's Festival In.stitute at Woodville. for housing and feeding each ames at ,reduced prices in the areas annual convention in Biloxi ' Dun talented of the students and the ,staff our regular column for this last weekend ,at the home of g . I . . James D,ck is a y g Mrs. A tme schedule s where flooding conditions have ' a well 1 ' Making the presentation was and exciting man whose ambi- members, as well as the concert issue. Hope we'll be back with R.E.L. Coon. h li .... entranc f ill be ann esulted in t e shortage of ve  n e ee w ounced t " . - Paul N. Pate, mn.agcr of the tion is to foster a growing in- details. They will all join at the k stock feed and m livestock in A You on a regular. .basis soon.) daughter,Mrs" ROYBonnie,FUglerof andport Allen,little next wee . I South Central Division of . H. terest in the piano art. He takes BaptiStprecedlngChUrChthe concertfr act supper7 p.m. many instances being moved to , t Individual pride in a job well La., are visiting Mrs. A. E. Fugler ---- higher ground Robins Company. Participa ingk I time from his busy concert done is a personal trait that has at Oakdale Plantation while: ,, , .R ,,, _ . in the ceremony was O. U. Coo schedule in this country and in in which each of the students ' vvooavlile ltorney uongressman Cochran statea, io f Jackson president of the MiS-lEurope to develop .the founds- will perform followed by James Lieut. Fugler, a reserve officer, _ "There zs" an urgent need to aid, sissippi State Pharmaceutical tion ,he began a few short years. Dick. beenmillionsdismissedof clockmSwatchers"Square"pri-bY is attending a training camp in Elected To Governing the livestock producer ,as a Association. ago, the James Dick Foundation A candlelight reception honor- marily interested in those ever- Texas. result of feed grain shortages. The recipient- is a native of in Austin, Texas, which is .his ing the visitors will be given recurring .three and four day Miss Mry McGehee expects Board Of State Bar z hope .the emergency livestock Woodville and a graduate of the home. The foundation has been at Rosemont following the per- Weekends. However, s h o d d y to spend this weekend in Baton ,feed program will help prevent University of Mississippi School well endowed and has enabled formance for in attend- Workman:ship may provide its Rouge at the home of her Twenty persons were elected future economic losses. I will of Pharmacy. Catchings is a him to select 12 students each ance. own cure. After all, the people 1 sister, Mrs. Leonard B. Watt, Jr. to the governing board of the work with the Department of former mayor .and ,member of year from different parts of the Tickets At Town Hall of the country who produce in- I Miase Mary Lou Massey and Mississippi State Bar at the Agriculture to get the program the board of aldermen of Wood- United States and ponsor their ferior goods must end by living Martha Kee of M.S.C.W. ar- organization's annual meeting in operating as quickly as possible."= ville and served as a member of attendance at a month long Tickets will be available on With those goods cars, ap- rived here the first of the week Biloxi early this month. The Secretary of Agricultu,relthe'  Selective Service Board for festival of performances, semi- a reservation basis at Town Hall Pliances, .homes and all the to spend their summer vacation One attorney is elected from determined that loodlng in ,the 26 years, including 15 years as nars, and workshops, and you are urged to make your luxuries and necessities with in their respective homes, each Circuit Court District to counties had reduced feed sup-chairm,an. He is a member of During the entire month of reserv.ation in person or by Which we 'have surrounded our- Mrs. W. C. Lowry and her two represent the 3,200 members of plies to the point where asist- the Lions Club, ,the Masonic June the festival will be in )hone at 888-2611 as ;soon as selves, young daughters, Sally and Ann, the State Bar, according to Joe was required to help Lodge, Odd Fellows, and the progress at Round Top, Texas. possilJle because of the limited A feature in The Wall Street went to New Orleans the past H. Daniel of Jackson, president, eligible frmers preserve and Civic Club of Woodville and This next Saturday the Hous- space. There is no charge for Jou,rnal tells how homeowners Monday for a visit to Mrs. Among those named to the maintain their livestock, is a Shriner and 32nd Degree ton Symphony will join Mr. Dick the tickets and they will be are "outraged" by defects in Warren Mayronne, nee Nannie board was James E. Wilkerson, The feed grain, offered t re- Mason. in an open air concert using his distributed on a ,their new home.s. The gripes Lowry. Jr., of Woodville. duced prices, in keeping with In pharmacy, Catchings is a new facility of a mobile pack-- first-served basis, and are not local support levels, will be of- member and past president of a fully collapsible full-size stage geographically .restricted) as it run the gamut from aulty '50 YEARS AGO fered ,throug.h the Agricultural the Mississippi State Pharma- with its own audio and lighting is hoped that wide area interest wiring and windows that won't close to leaky roofs and heating Bill Catchings .and. Hal Samuel Smith Is Stabilization and Conservation ceutical Association and a mem- equipment. In 1974 Mr. Dick will will develop, for not only this. Ystems that won't heat. Build- Tucker, botch of whom are this Service county officials. The ber and former chairman of the bring the mobile pack to Wood- concert but for subsequent years. ers place part of the blame on session' graduates of the Now Volunteer ASCS officials are responsible Mississippi Board of Pharmacy. ville. The Jaycettes will assist Mr.s. hortage of skilled tradesmen) School of Pharmacy t the fr determ,ining eligkhlity of The "Bowl of Hygia" Award, Hewes in the arrangements and 'some also blame ,the difficulty University of Mississippi, resl Draft Registrar independent producers for a- presented annually .through the l Friday- July 13-  P.M. of maintaining tight control turned to their respective he e I sistance. Cattlemen in the des- Mississippi State Pharmaceuti-i Wdville Bapt|s{ Church anyone able to house two stu- dents, or who has a well-tuned over the assembly ,process. The during the week. ] The office of Samuel Smith, ignated areas should make ap- cal Association, is a handsome quality of new housing, ac- Considerable complaint has iCircuit Clerk, will now register plication with he County ASCS mahogany plaque measuring 10 preservationMr' Dick's' intereStwas, instrumentalin historic pianOcontactOfMrs.any Hewes.Srt' is asked to COrding to The Journal, is i he his offic of damn e young men in this area or the . reac d t e g I ...... office for .assistance from the by 13 inches and featuring a in his accepting the invitation After pending the night in eLf=wing the attention of theh i = hin= done to the corn l emcive ervice ysem, as program, i Bowl of Hygia, most widely rec- extended him by Rosemont local homes and taking tours consumer protectors. Mr. Ralph lcro n in this county bv the corn ]Local Board No. 85 has bee I ognized international symbol of Plantation and the Wooflville on Saturday morning of listoric Nader, says. The Journal, .has i borer Tis -est aonears to tel mved ,to Natchez, undsr ,the, cast in 'bronze. CiVic Club to h01 a festival points o1 interest the ih Predicted that, largely rbecause[ attacking the stalks'-0f ,all ages, collocation of local boards being Cut Off Date For I An appreciation of time and .here. and Mr. Dick will leave for .personal sacrifice devoted by of concern over workmanship, land those he attacks, he kills, lmplemen ed' .Registr:ans have Emergency Loans The first year plan's are Baton Rouge where they will 1 in to irom gmrgy aayo prior o De the housing issue's go g but we hope that .the damage . . _. _  . - pharmacists to the welfare of imple. The sudents and Mr. emplane for thair homes. their respective communities Dick will arrive on Friday at The Woodville concert will , commg egnseen year oI age le in the 70s what the auto ]by this worm will not be as l. . : - Extended To June 30 is ,o weny nine ays thereafter sue was in the 60s .... ' I great as some people seem to " prompted E. Claiborne Robins, noon in Woodville. After lunch culminate their six week long It is doubtful if all ,the ltmagme, to register. Mr. Smith is to be commended for this uncom- The termination date for chairmanexecutive Ofofficerthe boarder theand chiefcom_ they will each spend time prac- festival and concert tour. Policing on Earth ,can restore Dr. J. W. Brandon, Jr., went pensated service to his com- receiving .applications for emer- pany, to establish the award in Medicare Extended To Levi Emmitt Green quality where the will to build up ,to Natchez last Friday after- munity, gency farm loans through the 1958. It is now presented an- quality is lacking. The desire to noon .and attended a meeting Farmers Home Administration nually by participating pha'rma- do a good job is) m the final of the District Medical As- for the disaster involving spring ceutical associations in each of Disabled Under 65 Buried In Liberty analysis, up to the individual. ociation of which he is a generally, flooding on the Mississippi River the United States. the District The trouble with the welfare member. Woodville now has .thor e e has been extended to June 30, of Columbia. Puerto Rico and Starting July 1, Medicare Levi Emmitt Green. 70, died state philosophy shat has be- come so pervasive is that the Mr. Senn Catchings, who has baseball clubs; The Dewey's, 1973. the provinces of Canada. The coverage will be extended to Saturday afternoon at Field Me- 1.7 million disabled people under morial bommunity Hospital in Sampson's and B G. The later I Applications for emergency recipients are selected by their emphasis is on equality without a position as civil engineer at two .are juvenile clubs. I loans resulting from crop losses respective associations. regard to merit. Nature long Pollock, La., spent the weekend 65. Centrevflle. He was a resident here on a visit to his parents, Lieut. Gov. Jones left last i due to this flood may be re- Disabled people who have of Centreville and a native of ago decreed that although men Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Catchings. Saturday for the University of ceived up ,to January 20,1 1974. received social security disc- Liberty. 'are created equal some have Qui,te a number of citizens of Miss., to attend the Commence- I according to John R. Bounds, Two WCCA Students bility payments for wo years or Religious serwces were held ag greater ability .than others. In the welter of a welfare tate, ,this county are planning ,to go ment exercises. He is a member Farmers Home Administration  .more will be able to get help 10 a.m. Monday from Brown the incompetent get a free ride up to Natchez next week for of the Board of Trustees. county supervisor. To Enter St te from Medicare in paying their Funeral Home in Liberty with the Confederate Reunion which hospital and doctor bills and interment in Liberty City Cem- tent,n theandCoattailSeveryoneOf thesuffers.COmpe- is to 'be held in that city on " ................................................ High School Rodeo other covered services, ca- etery. Tuesday' Wednesday andThurs" U I P f P 15 C k S cording to Ben W. Price, social He is survived by twodaugh- * * day. Let's go .up to our sister nc e ere rom ercy ree cys TI seventh annual Missis- security manager in NatcheZ. ters, Mrs. Sonic Olinde and Mrs. Man's inhumanity to man lcity and help ,them make the .sippi State High School Cham- Medlcare was previously avail- Eva Loraine Hudman. Baton hasn't lessened one iota fol-lreunion of the old Confeds a ........................  ................... pionship Rodeo is cheduled at able only to .people 65 or over. Rouge; two sons, Eddie Lewis lowing "the Supreme Couzt I most glorious event. DEAR MISTER EDITOR: ever hobby and ever cause going the Carthage Coliseum June 27 "Those eligible for coverage," Green of Houston. Texas..and ruling in the summer of 1972 i Misses Jo Tucker and Carrie Bug Hookum told the fellers in this country, declared Bug. through July 1, ponsored by the Price said, "will include disc- William Emmitt Green of Ba- He said he thumbed through Leake County Jaycees and the bled workers, disabled mothers ton Rouge; one brother, Dalton Outlawing the death penalty. Laehart from MSCW came at he country store Saturday books on taking ,pictures, on Mississippi High School Rodeo 50 or older who get social secu- Green of Beaumont. Texas; Those with a desire to do bodily home last Saturday for waca- night that he has been paying putting model trains and air- Association. rity benefits because they have three sisters. Mrs. Beatrice Mc- harm to their fellowmen have tion. more mind to his old lady la;sely, planes together, on learning Entered in the competition young or disabled children in Donald of McComb, Mrs. Ellen gone happily on their way using Miss Lise Argue expected to Bug reported, that he had saw how to cook, and ,there even are WCCA students Cissy Jack- ,their care, .and people who get Anthony of California, and Mrs. guns, knives, clubs and blunt leave yesterday morning for by the papers where a house- 'instruments as suited their Charlottesville, Vs., o attend wife is worth $8,000 a year, and was one called Money that son. Barrel Race, Pole Bending, benefits because they were dis- Inez Boze of Baton Rouge; and shelved you how to handle It and Goat Tieing, and Mark abled before age 22." fancy. Now President Nixon has summer school at the University Bug allowed that fer ,the years People getting monthly social seven grandchildren. and spend it. . Curry Jr. Bareback Bronc and Proposed that certain, punish- of Virginia. they beenmarried and for what Clem Webster broke in to say lRoping, l security checks because they nentfederalbe crimesreStredwhichfr certainwould 75 YEARS AGO little she eats, his old lady is it looked to him like he way I Beginning Wednesday, June I are dsabled will be notified if Revenue Sharing For Probably include war-time trai- a walking gold mine, cause he to make it is to start a maga-]27, cutting competition will get they are eligible for Medicare. tots, hijackers, kidnappers) fire Rain has fallen nearly every ain't never paid ler nothing, zine. Clem said ,he saw recent  started at 7 p.m. and the' other Widows 50 or over who have ]'OWn Of Woodyille 'bombers, convicts who attack day this week In and about What brung ,up the subject where they are 6,000 differentlrodeo events at8 p.m. The redeem 'been severely disabled the last Prison guards or persons who Woodville .and life has become was where Bug said his old ones published in this country, finals will begin that Sunday at] w years but :haven't filed a includes $18,505 assault officers of the law, if more enjoyable thereby. Several lady got down in her back and and he had thought when Life 1 p.m. with the crowning of the claim '.because they're getting these acts result in death. In sections, however, are yet he took her to .the doctor. They died that was the bell tolling queen. Trophies .and awards will ehecls as mothers caring for some cases, the penalty would have to be discretionary as, for example, in aircraft hijacking. If the death penalty were mandatory, a hijacker once eommitted to diverting .an air- craft vould have no incentive for not killing a whole plane- needing moistu,re. had to :stop by he drugstore A Board of Examining Sur- after the visit to the dec, and goons will be established at Centreville in the near .future. Dr. C. E. Catchings of Woodville will be .appointed as a member of ,this Board. The oral examination at the Public School house on the fer the magazine business. Clem said he was reminded of the while she was gitting her per- feller that wanted to write a scription Bug said he looked i over the store. It .had been some ! bk' and he learned that books time since he had been in a I on Abraham. Lincoln, medicine drugstore, Bug reported, and he and dogs was She most popular. So the feller" called his book found out quick ahat it had "Lincoln's Doctor's Dog" ,'to tit load of passengers on a suicidal jevening before the closing flight, exercises was one of the most The rights of the law-abiding rigid and thorough ever held citizen are in need of protection. The reinstatement of capital here and the pupils all came Punishment as a deterrent .to out of it with colors flying. the commission of ,acts par- tieularl: detrimental to an Orderly society is likely o re- ceive a lot of support in the Congres and across the nation. Turning ,the other cheek is fine Up to a point, but most of us have about reached thrt point, $ $ * The directors of the Fair As- 3ociation met on Tu e sda y evening and ]ave determined o begin active work to make our next fair a big success. Mrs. Fannie I%otl]schild ,and her daughter, Hattie, left on Moncay's .fir,sin for a lengthy visit to relatives in New York City. We hope her .trip will be Uncle Petesays .that manya pleasant one. lOoliticai speeches are like steer] Several 'of our fellow citizens hornsa point here and a pontlspent a very pleasant day in there, and a lot of bull in be-ICold Springs on last Thursday tWeen. ,fishing and having ,a good, ime ought to be called a everthing in somepun fer everbody. They store. He said he saw garden tools, and swimming su,its, a hole probable is a magazine jest fer room full of bicycles, and down dogs, Clem. General speaking, said Ed a .the far end he saw thi- little counter where' you got your drugs. They was everthing in tha.t store you can ,hink of, except the pony you would need to pull one of he little carts that was out f, ront, was Bug's words. Actual, went on Bug, what struck his eye first was te magazine rack. He said they was Doolittle, that's the way ever= ,thing is run these days. We're girting to specialized, he aid, with con'usion about the only thing left the same. Ed said the last census missed 5.3 million people, and more than 9 per cent of folks that filled income tax ,ths year got their own address wrong. ....... Ed was fer starting a tonga- the usual girlm OOOKs mey some- _ .... ,,. .,, ....... ....... zme callecl Loss rer IOIKS "sna time could finn sucK unaer ;ne _ , . ' ' . . ,uon t now wno or where hey counter at the coun,ry store, ' .. _are but they was magazines me I " up that he d never eard of. I Yours truly, They .must be  book out er ..., Uncle Pete Advance season tickets may be ordered from Jimmy Bell. High School Rodeo Tickets, P. O. Drawer 437, Carthage, Ms. 39051. The four top .winners in each event will represen.t Mississippi in the National High School Rodeo Finals to be held in Ogden, U.tah, later this summer. Mayor Marvin N. Lewis this be presented at the conclusion, young or disabled children week released the following s.hould apply for disabled figures for the period January widows benefits to see if they 1, 1973, through June 30, 1973, can get Medicare. with reference to Revenue Shar- Under recent changes in the ing Funds for the Town of social security law, the hospital Woodvllle: insurance part of Medicare will Of the estimated total of also be extended to people 65 and older who previously didn't $21.151 allocated for the Town of Woodville. $18.505 has been qualify for coverage because received. Planned expenditures,. The tveek,sWeather Oate Rain HP Lo Wed., June 13 Tr 88 68 Thu.. June 14 .08 86 69 Frl.. June 15 .35 89 68 Sat., June 16 .65 80 67 Sun., June 17 .05 91 69 Men., June 18 0 91 70 Tue., June 19 0 92 69 Dally Readings: Rainfall I p.m Temperatures 5 D.m. (Statistics furnished courtesy of they haven' w o r k e d long enough under social security, Price said. Initially, the pre- mium will be $33 a month for Medicare hospital insurance proteetion. The premium may 'be increased later if hospital costs rhe. "People buying hospital cov- erage under this protection will klso be required o enroll for medical insurance coverage," all of which were applied for existing services, included $7,402 for public safety, $7)402 for pub- lic transportation, and $3,701 for financial administration. In the issue of The Woodville Republican dated December 18, 1823, there appears a column n.uouncement "of a new peri- odical paper, devoted o polite Price said. literature, a n d entertaining For more tnormation about miscellany to b. entitled The the changes in Medicare, call, New York Mirror." Think of The write, or visit any social security Republican announcing the pro- office. The Natchez office is at posed production of such a 104 S. Wall St. The phone traditionally old periodical as the Miss, Forestry Commission.) number is 44-3724. The MlxrOrl