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Page 4 i MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK I byPaul Pittman i While publicly maintaining a polite silence, or at best mild disclaimers, over the role of Fred LaRue in the Watergate affair. ome key state Republi- can officials arc privately exult- ing over the opportunity which ha: been tlanded them to fur- ther strengthen their hand in tte state GOP organization. LaRue, a former Republican nal;.onal committeeman from Mississippi, pleaded guilty last week to obstructing justice in the Watcrgate case. Thus LaRue's once potent white House connections in his role aa an aide to former U. S. i i kind of "New Republican" thai, a strong state party organiza.- tion needed. But, his profile was always 10w key, and his political ide- ology was vague. And, once on the scene .in Wastington, he soon gaw; the boys back home the di;stinct im- pression that a new ballgame was coming up. His association with Mitchell, his key role as director of south- crn operations in President Nixon's successful 1968 cam- pa!gn, and his later role as a non-p:fid consultant in the White House, all placed him in ?'he Woodvflle R ermbllca'n, Woodville. MJs00L00.00l00n; P Attorney General John Mitchell have rmw been effectively sev- ered, Any influence he now ,has went up in smoke when he en- tered his plea. It we'; this influence which has been a source of sometimes bitter irritation to State GOP Chairman Clark Reed, whose rising eminence in national Re- publican party circles, more than once was hindered by La- Rue in lis operations In Wash- ington. l_,aRue, a Jackson oilman, had once look(d - like a comer in the state party. He helped raise funds for party candidates, du- tifully took a key role in the state delegation's participation in the 1968 national GOP con- vention, and appeared to be the "IF IT IS INSURANCE CALL US." WE KNOW WllAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! WE IIAVE IIAD FORTY-NINE YEARS EXPERIENCE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street .... . , ..Glster' Miss. a position to be both a mover and a shaker on the Washington scene. 'l'he potential of all this was illustrated with the now famous "Carmichael Affair" when Gil Carmichael, the GOP senatorial candidate in 1972, was snubbed by Vice President Spiro Agnew when the vice president came to Jackson during the campaign. Republican leaders here are CONGRATULATIONS -- tl. !,. Ashley, Jr., Del)uy Sheriff of Wil- kinson County, receives congratulations from Thomas B. Shelton, left, Administrator of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy, after comlfleting a two-wcck drug investigation course held at the MLEOTA. Ashley and 32 other law enforcement officers from throughout the state studied drug laws, drug iden- tification, undercover work, drug concealment, raid lflanning, and forged prescriptions. The course is co-sponsored by the State Nar- cotics I]ureau and the Training Acadcmy and is offered to all law enforcement officers in the state. convinced that LaRue, at the , instance of his friend Senator Perrytown News I Mr and Mrs 00ewel Andcrs James O. Eastland, put that I {visited Mr. and Mrs. James An- piece of work together. They] Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Howard dcrs and family , in Natchez also implicate Jackson attorney I Rubel Phillips in the aetin'l andare family of Cullman, Ale., ThursdaYBaseballand attendedgame ma whichLittle Although Phillips had run twice I visiting their mother, Mrs. League Nine Sturdivant, during the their grandson, Dcl Anders, as a GOP candidate for gover-IFourth of July holiday, played. nor, he gave a publie endarse-] I We send get-well wishes to meat to Senator Eastlmd in his: Mrs. Lynn McKlemurray is* Mr. Gordon Rymer, who is a bid for re-election as the ,senior visiting her cousin, Mrs. Emma Eemocratic senator from Missis- Thompson, in Fayette while both patient in Field Memorial Hos-I ippi. are on vacation, pital in Centreville. . I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hollinga- There are other lesser lights Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry ms- worth and sons of Jackson vis- ta the state Republican party ited their daughters, Mrs. Ioha'ited her father, Mr. Jesse Perry,' who have been identified with Seward and Mrs. Patricla last weekend. the LeRue-Phillips faction in the party. Now, because of the train of events leading up to the plea cf guilty by LaRue, that faction appears to be vulnerable. And Chairman Clark Reed, whose own position has been challenged in the pa:st, now ap- pears stronger than ever with his state party. For him, it must be .atisfying, complementing, as it does, the role he had already achieved with other southern state chairmen and national Republican leaders. I Pritchard of Vidalia La Sat-  ........... .... i 'rmnas o Mr m. 1" uawn wm urday as both have been in theft. ...... , ',. ,',, h. ,,, hospital durin the pat week '' yu,, ........................  g . ' feehng well. He expects to enter We send get well wshcs to [ ' " " '" the hospital this week for fur- I them. ther treatment. t Guests in the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Hazel Hazlip Wednesday were Clenethan and sons, Chuckle Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kilgarlin and Todd, of Freemont, Ohio, and baby, Lisa, of Shreveport, visited in the home of Mr. and La., and Mr. Byron Hazlip and Mrs. Willie Hazlip for several sons, Randy .and Kyle, of days last week. Natchez. ] Mrs. Ida Perry attended a Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wisher surprise house-warming shower of Natchez' visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night in .the Clyde Sidney Nettles and Jea..e Arnold Nettles homq on Silver Creek. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nettles received lots of nice Friday, July 6, 1973 Mars Hill News Mrs. Mattie Whitelead and daughter, Mrs. Paul Cothren, of Nalchez visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold Thursday and went blackberry picking. Mrs. Bobby Johnson and Mr& Jennie Arnold made a trip to Baton Rouge Tz.ursday. They visited Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavin, while there. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettles moved into their new house on Silver Creek about a month ago. The local ladies g,ave them a house-warming Saturday night and they received a lot of nice gifts. Mz'. and Mrs. Nolan Rabb of Waterproof,. La., visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Cavin one day last. week. Mr. and 1Yrs. Lcais Arnold visited Mr. Gordon Rymer in Field Memorial Hospital Sun- day, We hope that he will soon be feeling better and able to come home. Mrs. Rymer is stay- ing with him. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wisher of Natchez were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Nettles. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holden of Baton Rouge visited her sister, Mrs. Emma Bryant, over the weekend. Mrs. Bryant's daugh- ter, Mrs. Jimmy Openshaw, ha:s returned home to Houston, Tex., *after spending .a while with her. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin Sunday were their daugh- ters, Mrs. Clyde Nettles, and Mr. [Nettles and Mrs. Morris Nettles, useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt Whatsoever Things by Donald E. Wildmon LAUGH A LITTLE If there is any medicine for our many ills which costs noth- ing and is certain to aid our healing, that medicine i,s humo,r. We fail to use humor to our advantage and often use it in the wrong way. But it remains a certain aid in restoring us to wholeness and fullness, A story made the rounds in the "good ole days" about what happened :,in a general sto,re down in Florida. It ,seems the store proprietor had a barrel sitting inthe middle of his store which wa used by a hen for its roosting ,place.' A eat brought a pair of newborn kittens into the sto,re and dropped them next to that barrel. The store owner, thinking he would have a little fun out .of the old chicken, picked up the little kittens and ,put them in her nest. When the chicken came back to the nest, it looked at the kittens for a moment then proceeded to sit herself down on top of them. .A patrolman who came into the tore was directed over to the barrel by the owner. "Pick her up," said the owner pointing to the chicken. The officer on about their business. In a little while a small freckle-faced nine-year-old :boy ' walked in. Wanting to have some more fun out of the un- usual situation, the store owner winked ,t the policeman and said to the youngster, "I will give you a stick of candy if you will get the eggs from under the chic, ken and bring them to me." The lad went over to the barrel, , picked up the chicken, and siood motionless; his eyes grew largo and an expression of .shoek ap- peared on hm face. Then he tu,rned to face the store owner and exclaimed, "Mister, I done et my laat egg}" Well. it doe.s us all good to use those few muscles of our face which 'bring a smile o,r a grin. It helps us on the inside to laugh a little outside. Laugl]- ter helps us to meet our prob- lems better and keep our sense of goodness alive. It serve.s to keep us from giving up when the going gets rough. i Why ,would a column of this sort deal with the humorous? Because this desire to laugh a little is made into ,the life of each person: The Creator gave us the necessary equipment and intended for us to use it. Our messages would be better under- stood .and better received if we delivered them with a smile in- lifted the hen and was aston- stead of ,a frown. ished when he saw the two tiny i Next time the going gem kittens. The proprietor laugh- rough, use a little of your sense ingly explained to the officer of humor. It helps most to laugh what had happened. The officer at yourself. Sometimes, it is put the 01d hen back down on true, people are funny. God the kittens, and the two went made us that way. and children, all of Silver Creek. Mrs. Sallie Cavin spent the weekend with her son and his and son, Tally Boy, of B.atonlfamily, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cavin Rouge were ,weekend guests of,and children, in St. Francisville. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Hope to see you at Mars Hill Willie Hazlip. Church Sunday morning at 9:0. i ltousehold ltints Before you begin a dirty job, scrape your nails over a bar of soap, getting soap under them. This prevents grime from dirty- ing your nails. Sluggiff it out to the end, - Ford Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. All Sales Final I I THE CLOrHES CLOSET 125 Jefferson Davis Blvd. Natchez, Miss. Lm L A It D