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Page 4 Frlday, August 1 O, 1973 MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK 1 by Paul Piffman Perrytown News Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vines and daughter, Pam, visited her sis- ter. Mrs, Dolly Sanders, in the Baton Rouge General Hospital unday. Mrs. Sanders isn't do- ing too well. We wish her a speedy recovery. T() COMPETE IN NATIONAL AAU JUNIOR OLYMPICS I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry The announcement .by Sen, .lion to his present job in 1975. and children, Wendy and Tom, IHIIIIJtIItlJ John Stennis that he will seek He had senat:rial ambitions but of Natchez spent the da, y Sun- B I00l!lHll![l election to another .term casts certainly would not challenge day with their grandmother. .,, a long shadow over the shape .Senator Stennis. Mrs. Emma Perry. Others who ,of political things in Mississippi, It is speculative to be sure. !visited her were Mr. Shad Perry; nob Jusb for the present, but for but State Treasurer Brad Dye, Jr., and son. Rodger. of Natchez I the future, a young comer on the state and Mr. Steve Bass. Stcnnis. in a Washington press scene, will probably run 4'or Mr. and Mrs. Jame Ande,r,s conference last week. squelched l/.eutanant governor. He and and children. Kathy, Dell an lhe rumors that he woulti not Winter met last week to discuss Rus, of Natchez visited his run The ruinous were baed in the situation, and although this parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel part on his age, 72. but also on reporter has not learned the Anders, Saturday. the fact that his health had cute:me of that meeting, it is Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crumholt suffered as a result of the gun- highly doubtful tt]at they would'of Baton Rouge have moved a zhot wounds he had reeeived I meet in a head-on ccnfronta-Imobile home .here for a week- ,w,hen he was robbed at his home lion. i end vacation home. On Sunday by two yzung blacks. Both men are natives of Ore-I they were joined .by their chin Essentially, what the Stennis nada and though their politics dren, Mr. and Mrs Steven Hays move means is as follow.: have not always been identical, and Kristi. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald First, no serious contender they would be appealing to us- Nauman..and Mr. and Mrs. Pat- wlll enter the field in 1976 sentially the same audience, r:ck Thomas. all of Baton Rouge, aainst the distinguished junior That leaves Commissioner of and t::eir parents. Mr. and Mrs. senator. Agriculture Jim Buck Ross. . Willie Hazlip, for a delightful Saeondly, tl=e senator's deci-] There is little oub.t that helday' sion firms up the fact that Lt. :rill seek the governor's chair. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Seward / NEwsA W[FKI '/Sk.W MA P, VFoM Or S=I i" sippi Agricultural and Industrial Board. "Presently the guide is still in the planning stages." sat2 Rob- inson. "but the concept met with great enthusiasm at a meeting of representatives of the five area .touist councils." The concept presented at that meeting was a tour guidebook divided into five integral sec- I The Mississippi Boat and Wa- ter Safety Commission reminds all boaters that state law re- quires a written accident Teport I Ito be filed with the commission if an accident causes death to any person, if any peraon s incapacitated for a period of 24 hours r longer, or if property damage is in excess of $100. The operator of any boat in- volved in a boating accid:ent must. when death is i-wolved, file a written report within 4B,I A new tourist guide program !A & I Board answers more than hours For any other reportable for Mississippi was announced 1320'000 inquiries eac,h year from accident,, the report musI be recently by Dr. Robert L. Rob- .prospective tourists at a cost of ubmitted to the Mississippi inson, director of the Missis- $1.25 per inquiry. IBoat and Water Safety Corn- The travel guide will make [mi.sion within five days of the answering these inquiries more 'accident. economical and will save tax- I Persons may call the commlS- payers about $300.0gO. said Rob- sion for assistance at 354-7281 inson, or write to 403 Robert E. Lee Plans agreed upon by area Euilding, Jackson. Ms. 39291. tourist council representatives call for the Mississippi Travel Guide to be publi.shed by a non- profit foundation headed by representatives from the tourist Carrie Sherman, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom for each of the five councils. "We agreed that the Sherman of Route 2. Woodville area tourist councils, non-profit corporation was the and a junior student at Wilkin- I The area tourist councils were way to go for several reasons," en Couney Training School. established' by the Legislature Robinson explained. "One main ,was to leave this weekend for this year and divided the state consideration was that we get X X X Gov. Waller in the weekly radio program "A Talk with The Governor" called the beat system of electing county super" visors. "a pure form of the democratic process" because, "the supervisors are elected bY people who know them best." However. the Governor said Mss:issippi's sy.%em of county Ann Arb:r. Michigan, where she into five regions along congres- individuals from all a,reas of Oav. William Winter will run And. in many ways he is an of Vid,alia. La. and Mrs. Ronald will compete in the seventh isional district boundaries, the state together, giving input for governor. It was t:dked at unknown quantity. Perry and ons. Mike and Steve. annual Natiohal AAU Junior The initial press run of the into the contents and protiuc- one time that he might skip I He has criss-erossed the state spent the clay Sunday with their Olympic Multi-Sport Champion-- book will be one million opies lion of the guide. Secondly," he that race and enter the list for in recan month, speaking to parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin ,hil:,s on AuguSt 14-16. which will .be distributed free continued. "the non-profit no- the senatorial potation if Stun-Ins many as four groups a day. Perry. Carrie won he honor of corn- by the A & I Board. The tour lure of the organization assures his stepped down And he has nat been basl]ful, Mrs. Ida Perry and her par- peting in the  national track guide will be made available to us the money taken in will Rep. O. V. Montgomery will about urging his growing ,staff' - meet by winning the 220-yard other interested groups and be used solely for the Travel seek re-election to his present of meat inspectors to carry the d'.saffection w l t h politicians po,s, even though it is a tct.message that he is planning to which is now abroad. that he has ambitions thago for the top job. Whatever, Sen. Stenni has might .omeday lead to tim U.S.' Who ls left? Senate. Some think, as always, that Isettled his plans and changed the complexion of things to Attcrney General A. F. Sun]-'a da,rk lorse will come out ofcome. The year 1975. at the very mer will probably seek re-oleo- the woods, appealing to general leas, should be interesting. 'When someone you love is far awa00 reach out and touch them witla your voice. Dial thorn long,distance. And when you do, dial an economy call the One Plus way. There's no cheaper way to call them long distance. II Ill I I dash event in the recent rug- area tourist councils at basic Guide. lonal competition in Waco, Tex. printing costs. The Travel and Tourism De- She also placed second in the Each tourist council can o*rder pa,rtment of the A & I Board 10a-yard dash even at Waco, reprints of its section for dis- is s.qiciting suggestions from where track stars from three tribution within its own region. Chambers of Commerce and states competed for the hanm" The tourist councils can save a civic organizations for attrac- of entering the national meet. substantial amount of money tions w:ich they feel ,should be Carrie's older sister. Alpha, by using reprints cf their guide included in the book. The de- Sherman, also e.ntered the Waco section instead of producing partment is compiling the in- reglon,als, where she placed 4th another full-color brochure, formation in order to gzve its in the 100-anti 5th in the 220- Robinson reports the savings to ,state taxpayers will be even yard events. Carrie and Alpha have been more substantial. Presently the to the attractions, flats, tests show. coached during their high school ..... careers by Wordy Hick,s. now Be a last round winner. principal of WCTS. eats. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavln, attended the Nettles reunion in the Morris Nettles home ,on : 00Or[de fighte: Silver Creek. 5 Guests in the home of Mrs. Nlna Sturdivant last weekend I were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clearance, an, M:rs. Ken Thompson, and ,i jl]i! Mr. Billy Sturdi'vant. all of N a  e h e z. Mrs. Sturdiwaht',s granddaughter, Miss Sabrina H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. Howard of Cullman Ala., ,spent several days with her last week. - ..... Mr. and MrS. John Duggar azlIp of Hazlehurst spent the weekend here and visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Ashley and Mary, and his aunt. Mrs. Nina Sturdlvant. tO/& ('00/oaa Ann,apolis, Md. Midshipman Mars'hall D. Treppenda.hl, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Treppendahl of Woodville. is assisting in the training of the newly-arrived first-year clas,s at the U. S. Naval Academy he,re. A 1970 graduate of Wilkinson C a un ty Christian .Academy, Woadville. he is ,an upperclass- man at the Academy. He is scheduled to ,train aboard a Sixth'Fleet ship in the Medi- terranean later this summer. government needs an adju,st- ment to mum today's modern dcmands. The Governor. who had ear" lier taken a strong pc.silica in favor of the county-unit systen of management said, "with a county wide maintenance sys" tell] the county could save men" ey in men. materials and equip" nlent." The Governor said earlier he believed the majority of county supervisors would favor the unit system. Bald th'es, those with no writers and photographers back- tread at all in some spots, are ground so they can plan visit.s 44 times more likely to have W. S. Gilbert ion i a pleasant interruption from work. Make it ev,an more pleasant with the peace of mind Farm Bureau insurance can hep give you. From homeowners Inurance to auto protection, you'll be assured that vacation time won't end in a reat financial loss due to an accident. I """""""'"''"'"" It's th Town's B'gg M k P1 complete protectlon. 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