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Friday, August 24, 1973 Proceedings Of The Woodville Mayor &amp; 'Board Of Aldermen At the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town ,of Woodville, Mississippi, begun and held in said Town at 7.p.m., there were ,present May,or G. J. Gonda, Al- dermen Anthony Flaecomio, H. The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mlssissippf voted upon as follows:, thoselFund, $30.00; Total $258.15. voting :'Aye" Gary D Aquilla, I The following is a report of Ron Senko and G. J. Gonda, I the gas, water & sewer collec- those voting "Nay" H. B. Curry, ltions for the month of June: abstain from voting, Anthony Flaccomio. Alderman D'Aquilla made a motion that Sidney Mealy be promoted to the position of Foreman in the Utility Depart- ment at a salary of $450.00 per month, seconded by Alderman Brought forward, $376.75; Res. Gas, $4,338.24; Com. Gas, $1,858. 40; Res. Water, $3,029.38; Com. Water, $645.95; Res. Sewer, $194. 34; Com. Sewer, $67.37; Outside water, $31.95; Penalty, $116.18; Cut off & on, $2.00; Sales Tax, $438.23; Deposits, $175.00; Total, Welding Service, welding, $108. 00; Seal Tractor Co., repairs, $30.46; Chevron Oil Co., supplies, I $4.08; James R. Williams, same, I $177.65; Utility Specialties Serv- ice Co., same, $10.64; Jimmie's Auto Service, repairs, $19.30; Seven Day Distributing Co., sup- plies, $10.85; Martens, same, $8.35; Big Three Meter Repair, Inc., repairs, $711.96; Miss. Pow- er & Light Co., lights, $1.28; $1.58; Harper Supply Co., same,] $249.33; Seal Tractor Co., re- pairs, $30.46; Wholesale Supply Co., Inc., supplies, $552.54; Chev- ron Oil Co., same, $4.08; James R. Williams same, $60.05; Miss. Power & Light Co., electricity, $157.25; Jimmie's Auto Service repairs, $19.30; Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, project inspection, $54.50; general supervision, $80. 37; Concordia Contracting Co., B. Curry, Ron Senko ,and Gary D'Aquilla Fredrick P. Cavin, Jr., "Supt. of Utilities and Street Commissioner, Richard T. Wat- son, Attorney, and Frances Townsend, Clerk. Motion by Alderman Senko, seconded by Alderman Flaccomio and unanimously carried that the minutes be approved as I Senko anti voted upon as fol- lows; those voting "Aye" Gary D'Aquilla, Ron Senko and G. J. Gonda, voting "Nay" Anthony Flaccomio and H. B. Curry. Alderman Flaccemio made a motion that Frances Townsend be appointed Clerk of the Board, seconded by Alderman Curry, and voted upon as follows; those read, subject to further exami-  v:ting "Aye" Anthony Flac- nation of the lease with the comio, H. B. Curry and Gary American Oi'l Co. D'Aquilla, voting "Nay None, Alderman Curry made a me -abstain from voting Ron Senko. tion that the bills in the amoun Motion by Alderman D'Aquilla of $13,672.58 be paid. seconded by Alderman Senko. voted upon and unanimously carried Alderman Senko made a mo- tion that James O. Moore be employed as Supt. of Utilities at ,a salary of $600.00 per month. seconded by Alderman Flac- comio, voted upon and unani- mously carried. Motion by Alderman Senko that Richard T. Watson be ap- pointed Attorney for the Town, seconded by Alderman Flac- comio, voted upon and unani- mously carried. Alderman D'Aquilla made a motion that Marshall Lumpkin be employed as Supervisor of the NYC Summer Program at a salary of $100:00 per week for a term of six (6) weeks, sec- onded by Alderman Flaccomio, voted upon and unanimously carried. Motion by Alderman Senko that H. E, merson Berryhill be employed .as Caretaker of Ever- gTeen Cemetery and Annex at a salary of $450.00 per month, seconded by Alderman D'Aquilla, that Willie Scott McCarstle" be appointed Assistant Clerk. sec- onded by Alderman Curry, voted upon and unanimously carried. Motion by Alderman D'Aquilla that Walter E. Davis. Jr. be em- ployed to use the fogging ma- chine three nights a week at a salary of $75.00 pet month seconded by Alderman Curry, voted upon and unanimously carried. (Here follows copy of An Or- dinance Fixing The Rates To Be Charged Customers Of The Woodville Water And Gas Plant For Gas Service. copy of which has been published m a previ- ous issue of this paper.J The following is a report of Clerk's Special Account: Brought forward. $423.07: Dis- bursements: U. S. Postmaster. postage, $99.00; Walter E. Davis. JT.. expenses, garbage truck. $144.15: Calvin Wilson. labor. flowers $9.60: U. S. Postmaster, box rent. police & town. $14.40: Total. $258.15: Reimbursements: [General Fund, $198.15: Light & Gas Fund $33.60: CWWezSS "1 WANTED TO BE A PHARMACnST" But I can't, I've been convicted of a felony drug charge in Mississippi. In fact, I can't hold any job that re- quires a license. Attorney Psychologist Doctor Podiatrist Dentist Cosmetologist Nurse Architec[ Optometrist Insurance Agent Physical Therapist. Teacher Don't let this happen tovou. Let's STOP PUSHERS. Placeaconficlsn- tial toll free call to: 1-800-222-7646 You Need Us., .We Need You The Nlississippi rureau o Narcotics $11,273.79. Collected, $10,899.81; Delinquent: Lewis Allen $10.80, Ira Dean Keeton $1.04, Jerry Davidson $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, Thom- as L. Piazza $21.71, Annie Cath- erine Thompson $5.87, Jim Teal $3!.61, Albert Havard $4.30, Wil- lie James $20.51, Cbarles Jack- son $5.93, Charles Andrews $3.26, Fannie Lee Gavin $5.63, Ike Evans $26.74, Isiah White $10.67, Willie Lee Peters $1.85 Gloria Dean Myers $5.19, Houston Park- er $3.82, Ernest Smith $13.93, Chas. E.dw. Buck $11.47, Joe M. Stutzman $5.42. Leon Williams $1.91. Larry Box $1.97, Larry C. Kendrix $22.49, James Ross $17. 28. Willie Pope $28.27. Alice Scott $12.13, Lillie Mae Hawkins 156.59. Ethel Tolliver $3.76. How- '] ard Wyatt $15.17, Dec Turner $15.69, Jim I-lenry $9.55, Janie Wells $4.07. Chuck & Junior's B2dy Shop $5.94. Edith Jenkins $12.13. Rosa Bell Porter $946; Total. $11.273.79. The Clerk Ls charged with he following: Res. as. $3,187.07: Com. Gas, $1,454.96; Res. Water, :3,034.81; Com. Water, $630.89; Res. Sewer. $182.57; Com. Sewer, $69.68. Light & Gas Fund: Frances Lorraine Beckham, wages, $141. 22: Grant Carter, Jr.. salary, $116.85: Robert Claiborne, same. $145.82: Jack Curtain. same. $47. 07; Walter E. Davis. Jr.. same. $185.83: Robert Lee Skipper, same. $177.95: Robert Carter Slan. same. $117.66: Lawrence Wells, Jr.. wages, $119.05: Mitch- ell B. Whitaker. ame, $141.22: John B. Dawson, same, $141.22; Donald Gone Enis, same, $141. 22; Herbert E. Feller, same, $45. 51: Robert Fields. Jr., salary, $117.68; James Foreman. same, 192.70; Dave Lewis, Jr.. same, $130.97: Eula Mae Liberty, same, $13.44: Larry J. Mealey, wages, $112.28; Sidney B. Mealey, sal- ary, $177.91; George H. Nicholas Jr., vages, $141.22; Ed P, orter, alary, $116.85; Huey P. Robin- .son, same, $113.75: Joe M. Best. same. $39.75; Thomas M. Bryan, same, $39.75: Cage Chisholm. same. $5.97: Fredrick P. Gavin. Jr.. same. $621.93: Hubert B. Curry, same, $5.97: M. N. Lewis, same. $278.50; Fred C. Mc- Carstle. Sr.. same, $40.35: Willie Scott McCarstle same. $'251.65; Chas. T. Netterville. same. $75. 32: Frances Townsend, same. $366.14; Richard T. Watson, same, $134.47; McGehee Motor Parts, supplies, $1870; C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc., same, $6.3q; Consolidated Pipe & Sup- ply Co., same. $34.69; Cavin's Year-end Knockouts. Ford Price-fighter Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. An Energy Message From The Governor "Mississippi, although an oil and gas producing, state, is not sel/-sujcient. We must fivd more oil and gas--o'n land ald offshore--and ce must also cmserve euergy vn every practical way." Governor, State of Mississippi Today, 77% of America's energy comes from oil and natural gas. l)omestic supl)lies of both are falling far behind demand/ Energy. America can' afford to waste it. Every American can help save it. IL If you'd like to help. sen<t to<lay for a free e(>py of "A (;onsu reef's Guide to Efficient Energy Use ]n The Home." It's i)aeked with ideas that will save the nation's energy and your money. I Your Local OU Companies Mississippi Petroleum Council P.O. Box 42 dacksor, Mississippi 39205 J. H. Lambdin, consultant fee, $247.76; Communications Associ- late.s, Inc., radio contract, $5.63; I Super Service Station, gas, $29. J93; South Central Bell, phone l expense, $.68; Public Employees [ Retirement System, retirement, $546.27; Soc. Sec., $2,600.81; State Tax Commission, w'held, 25.29; Commercial Bank, same, $475.10; Frances Townsend, Clk., pay account deposit (Cloyce Hintzn), $5.72; Cloyce Hinton, refund deposit, $9.28; Mary Emma Porter. refund water de- posit. $2.50: Frances Lorraine Beckham. wages, $141.22: Robert Claiborne, salary, $145.82; Jack Curtain, same. $47.07: John B. Dawson, Jr.. wages, $141.22: Donald Gone Enis, ame, $141. 22; Larry J. Mealy, same, $60. 34; Sidney B. Mealey, salary, $184.60: George H. Nicholas, Jr.. wages. $112.98: Ed Porter. sal- ary, $116.12: Huey P. Robinson, ame, $113.00; Re.bert L. Skip- per, same, $177.95; Robert Carter Slan. same, $117..01; Lawrence Wells, Jr.. wages, $118.31; Grant Carter, Jr., salary, $116.12; Wal- ter E. Davis. Jr.. same $184.51; Robert Fields. Jr.. same. $117.01; James Forman, same, $191.35; Dave Lewis. Jr., same, $130.16; Eula Mae Liberty, same, $13.37; Fredrick P. Gavin, Ur.. same, $345.96: Herbert E. Feller. Jr., wages, $45.51; Prudential Insur- ance Co.. insurance. $628.82; Mid Louisiana Gas C.o.. gas. $2,254.30; Consolidated Pipe Co., supplies, $30.64; Mitchell B. Whitaker, wages. $141.22; Frances Towns- end, Clk., pay acct. dep. (Roose- velt Selvage), $2.63; Roosevelt Selvage, refund dep., $2.37; Fro'noes Townsend. Clk., pay acct. dep. (Jerry Pecanty), $5. 51: Jerry Pecanty, ref. dep., $4. 82; Frances Townsend, Clk., pay acct. dep. (Jimmie Wheeler, Jr.), $5.70: Jimmie Wheeler. Jr., ref. dep., $9.30: Clerk's Special Ac-[ count, reimb.. $66.67. General Fund: Robert Clal- bornc, expens,, $37.50; John I Dorsey, contract work, $99.00; I James Forman, expenses, $50.00; Lawrence Wells, Jr., contract work, $24.75; Larry J. Mealey, same. $11.55; Grant Carter. Jr., same. $24.75; Woodville Public Library, contribution, $25.00; Mrs. E. M. Collens Est., rent on dump, $5.00: Hubert B. Curry, expenses Municipal Convention. $100.00; Frances Townsend, expenses, same, $100.00; Pat Cavin, fire pay, $3,0.00; Sidney Mealey, same, $25.00; William V. Morris, III, same, $15.00; Gary D'Aquilla, same, $15.00; John I Brondum, same, $15.00; Billy i Felter. same. $15.00: Ed Hender- son, same, $10.00; Mike Logan, same, $10.00; W. J. Miller, elec- tion commissione,r, $20.00; L. Q. Henderson, same, $20.00; Margo Ferguson, same, $29.00; Josie K. Lewis, election worker, $20.00; Mozelle Douglas, same, $20.00; I Phayes Carter, same, $20.00; ILeona M. Lumpkin, same, $20.00; Charles E. Whetstone, same, $20. 00; W. W. Thurman, same, $20. 00; Mildred W. Bailey, same, $20.00: Leisa M. Bates, same, $20.00; Mary B. Scott, same, $200; Edgar T. Henderson, same, $20.00; Egsie Harris, jail b.card, $6.00; Planters Hdw., Inc., supplies, $51.54; MeGehee Motor Parts, same, $20.54; C. M. Trep- pendahl & Sons, Inc., same, $128.97; Seal Tractor Co., repairs, $82.55; Stern Chemical Co., equipment, $206.95; Jlmmie's Auto Service, repairs, $97.35; Rex Service Station; supplies, $16.95; Laurel Hill Lbr. Co., same, $12.48; Jack Cocke & Co., same, $31.35: SW Miss. EPA, lights, $540.13; Chuck & Junior's Body Shop, repairs, 6.00; Martens, supplies, $1.49; Ketchings Co., Inc., same, $179.30; Communica- tions Associates, radio contract, $'34.25; Sanders Refg. & Electric Service. repairs, $46.50; Beck- ham's Electric Service, same, $16.35; Super Service tation, gas, $730.66: Woodville Rpub- lican, publish minutes, etc., $52. 65; South Central Bell. phone expense, $76.79; Miss. Law Enf. Officers' Training Aead., nar- cotics class No. 2, $120.00; Rob- err Claiborne, expenses, $37.50; James Forman, same, $50.00; John Dorsey, contract work $130.35; Clerk's Special Account reimb., $105.67; Savings Fund, transfer, $30,000.O0. Combined Water Works & Sewer System Fund: CWW&SS I Bond & Retirament Fund, trars- fer, $250.00; Planters Hdw., Inc., I supplies, $204.64; McGehee Mo- I tor Parts, same, $33.82; C. M. 1 Tretrpendal k o1,. Inc., came, 10th & final estimate, $4,230.00; Communications Associates, ra- die contract, $5.62; Super Serv- ice Station, gas, $29.93; South Central Bell, phone exPense, $6. 68; Frances Townsend, Clerk, outside water, $17.34; General Fund, transfer, $190.58; Clerk's Special Account, reimb., $66.66; Savings Fund, transfer, $15,000. 00; Weaks Supply Co., supplies, $929.41. Fire Protection Fun.d: Savings Fund, transfer, $10,000.00. There being no further bus- iness to come before the meet- ing, upon motion duly, made and seconded, the meeting recessed until Tuesday, July 24, 1973 at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 24. 1973 At the Recessed Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Woodville. Mississippi, begun and held in said Town at 7 p.m., there were present Mayor G. J. Gonda, Al- dermen Anthony Flaccomio, H. B. Curry, Ron Senko and Gary D'Aquilla. James O. Moore, Supt. of Utilities, and Frances Towns- end, Clerk. (Here follows copy of order of Board adopting the Uniform Assessment Schedule for Motor Vehicle Ad Valorem Taxes for fiscal year 1973-74, said notice having already been published in this newspaper, along with notice to tapayers that same is ,open for inspection.) Motion by Alderman Senko Chat Hampton Clark be em- ployed to clean up and maintain East Side Cedar Rest Cemetery and Annex at a salary of $250.00 per month, seconded ,by Alder- man D'Aquilla, voted upon and unanimously carried. Alderman D'Aquilla made a ,motion that $55,000.00 be placed in a Savings Fund, $30,000.00 Page 5 from the General Fund, $15,000. 1Louts Arnold, and Mrs. Arnold. 00 from the Combined Water Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Works & Sewer System Fund Cavln during last week were Mr. and $10,000.00 from the Fire !and rs. Sydney Decker f Protectl:on Fund, seconded by Gloster, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Alderman H. B. Curry, voted Ford of Woodville, Mr. and Mrs. upon and .unanimously carried. I Pharoah Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Be it resolved by the Town lGene Pritchard and ,boys fro m of Woodville that the Mayor be !Buffalo, and Mr. Ray Gavin of hereby authorized to execute a Baton Rouge. agreement with Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Company, copy attached! for the purpose of constructing and maintaining a 6-inch water and a 2-inch nat- ural gas pipe line underneath the waylands and tracks of .the Rail:road Company at Mile Post 40 plus 1448 feet and Mile Post 40 plus 1453 feet, Woodville, Mississippi. Be it further resolved that a certified copy of this resolution be transmitted to Illinois Cen- tral Gulf Railroad Company. | Mr. Louis Arnold visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, in Ro- setta Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Smith' of Kingston were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashley. Visiting in the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gavin Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gibson of Baton Rouge and his mother, Mrs. Russel Ford, of Woodville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nettles and Randy and Florence and There ,being no further bus- iness to come before the meet- Randy's gi'rl friend. Other recent ing, upon the motion duly made gues.ts were Mr. and Mrs. John and seconded, the meeting aft- McDonald and Wayne and Mary journed, of Baton Rouge. George J Gonda, Mayor Mars Hill News Mrs. Ray Jefcoat and chil- dren. Cynthia, Susan and Rex, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johnson visited in Baton Rouge with her patents, M,, and rs. C, W. Gavin. for .the weekend and they all went on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Perry, Jr., of Natchez were recent guests of of Laurel spent Monday through her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Wednesday with her father. Mr. Murray. IIII I II, LOANS /'rcm $100 ,o $51000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As V to V and Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE -- Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Phone 888-2011 A Statement on EVERGREEN CEMETERY and EVERGREEN CEMETERY ANNEX I feel sure that it is generally known that When the new Town Board held its first meeting on July 3, 1973 I was appointed to my old job as CARETAKER of the two above listed cemeteries which I will refer to in my remarks as Our Cemetery. I gave up his job, voluntarily and of my own choosing, after 22 years of continuous service on July 12, 1971. My sole reason for taking that action was that City Hall was not agreeable to giving me the $400.00 per month that I asked for in order to break even on the job. The new Town Board that took office in July, 1973 was agreeable to paying me $450.00 per month for CARE OF THE CEMETERY. When I gave up the job as Caretaker of Our Cemetery on July 12, 1971 !, quite frankly, never intended to take the job back in the future. It is a tremen- dous responsibility and if done right no profit could possibly be made from it. All I wanted was for the Town Board to get someone, other than me, to take the job and I was willing to lend a,ny assistance or advice needed. It developed that the NEW TOWN BOARD did not want anyone else and I was flattered that the BOARD members and the people in general wanted me to reassume thls responsibility. My wife was bitterly opposed to my taking the job back-she lived with me those 22 years that I kept the cemetery previously and she well knows the headaches involved with this job. After six weeks of hard work and the cooperation of City Hall I am glad to report to you that Our Cemetery is in good shape. I have already spent in excess of $2,500.00 in equipment, supplies, repairs and labor which will substantiate my contention that lam not doing thls work to make money out of it. It is very gratifying to see so many smiling faces lately-this fact alone makes me feel that my reassumptlon of this responsibility is worthwhile. I want to take this opportunity to thank Clty Hall for the-confidence it has shown in me-and to all the fine people who have been so liberal with their compliments about Our Cemetery the past few days I say "thank you "from the bottom of my heard" Our Cemetery is beautiful and with your help and encouragement I plan to keep it that way. H. Emerson Berryhill .August 21, 1973 tit