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i;??/# 2" Page 4 MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK by Paul Pittman But Coy, Waller is still on the move. The fact that the state leg- islature will have to implement any ideas that come out of this particular session is apparently a dlmunitive proposition o Gov. Waller. He plows ahead, apparently not concerned with prerogatives that have been esta,blished. This is developing as his stock in trade. It may not .be the way that it has been done in state government. But. for the time, that's the way i, is. Will Gov. WaKer prevail? Will the legislature adopt his pro- gram, whatever it may be? Will Winter run for govern,or? And, finally, what makes Waller run? These are compelling questions that are going to have to be answered in the new year. At the very best, Gov. Waller is not a tactful man. Yet, his approach to being the governor of Mississippi has been interest- ing, to say the le:st. He has set a pattern which may not be soon duplicated. History will have to finally judge whether he has made a good governor. I His foes will deny it, but I Mississippi's current governor is I rattling the power structure like] it hasn't been rattled in many a year. The recent governor's educa- tional conference in Jackson is a case in point. The concept was no well received by profes- sional educators, some of whom were not even consulted about the purpose. Yet. Governor Waller. the peripatetic chief executive, man- aged to come through with a prograra that conceivably may make some significant impact on the state's educational SLrUC- ture. The conlflict, if in fact it exists, turns around the idea that innovation education as opposed to .institutional educa- tion, is a .legitimate field for the state to investigate. Yet. It is true that Dr. Garvin Johnston. the state superin- tendent oi education, was not consulted about that particular program. He grumbled privately to friends and finally showed up at the program as a pro forma gesture after the details and program were set. MINUTES OF MEET OF WILKINSON CO. BD. OF EDUCATION State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson The Wilkinson County Board of Education met in regular ses- sion at 3 o'clock p.m., Monday, August 6, 1973, in the office of the County Superintendent of Education, with the following members present: John Green, District 1: Marie Russell Green, District 2; Charles H. Campbell President, District 3. Absent: W. V. Carter, Richard g. Netterville. In addition to the foregoing members of the Board, Bernard Waites. Superintendent of Edu- cation, and Richard T. Watson, Attorney for the Board, were present. The minutes of the July 2. lg73 and July 11, 1973 sessions of the Board were read. On me- llon by Marie Russell Green. seconded by John Green and unanimously carried, these min- utes were approved as read. The monthly travel reports of Bernard Waites, Superintendent of Education. and John Clark, School Bus Mechanic, were read. On motion by John Green, sec- onded by Marie Russell Green and carried by unanimous vote, these reports were approved as read. On motion by Marie Russell Green, seconded by John Green and carried by unammous vote, the liscal Year 1974 Project Budget for Title I was approved by the Board as a body after being individually approved by each member on July 29, 1973. The Superintendent recom- mended employment of Leon Brooks as Occupational Orienta- tion teacher for William Winans and Wilkinson County Training Schools; Mildred Elaine Mc- Ghee as Drug Education Spe- clallst and Theresa A. Young as elementary teacher at Wilkin- son County Training School as a replacement for Mildred Elaine McGhee. On motion by John Green. seconded by Marie Russell Green ,and unanimously -WANTED- Handle Quality ASH, Cherry Bark OAK, and Tight or Lace Bark HICKORY. Highest Prices Paid Contact O. AMES COMPANY Phone 888-6431 Woodville, Miss. FOSTER Row INSURANCE AGENCY carried, employment of the hree were approved. On motion by Marie Russell Green, seconded by John Green and unanimously carried, the following bills on the Claims Docket were 'approved for pay- ment: Wilkinson Co.-wide District Maintenance Fund: Mills Morris Automotive, $6,335.00. County Administration Fund: Bernard Waites, $227.70. General School Fund: Ketch- ings Co., Inc., $129.45; Ginn Of- fice Supply, $15.95. Transportation Fund: Miss. Power & Light Co.. $6.61; South Central Bell. $24.49; Jordan Auto Co., Inc., $2.84: L & M Tire Serv- ice, Inc., $57.00; Jordan Auto Co., Inc., $22.40; Anthony Flaccomio, $5.75; Super Service Station, $1.75; Bus Supply Co.. Inc.. $7.40; D'Aquila Oil Co., $549.80: Plant- ers Hdw.. Inc.. $1.08; D'Aquila Oil Co., $355.42; Chemetron Corp., $6.30; McGehee Motor Parts, $329.72. Supportive Services Fund: Bernice M. Waddell, $1.10; Sci- ence Research Assocs., Inc., $12. 45; South Miss. Ed. Film Assoc.. $150.00. Other Current Costs Fund: Miss. Power & Light Co,, $108. 06; $79.37; $238.21; Woodville Utilities, $76.20; South Central Bell, $7,69: Town of Centreville, $57.25; $59.50, Robert White- head, $20.00; Vick's Garage, $2. 85; Sanders Refrigeration & Elee. Service. $12.00; Anthony Flaccomio. $7.95: Vick's Garage, $33.44; Planters Hardware. Inc., $18.17; C. M. Treppendahl & Sons, Inc.. $32.65', Bernard Waites. $1.72; H. M. Ludlow. $651.00: Malter International Corp., $238.68; Ginn Office Sup- ply Co., Inc., $482.16; Malter In- te.rnational Corp., $570.47; Craln Chemical Co., $336.40; Superior Products Co., $451.75: John L. Ash, $51.35: Ginn Office Supply Go.. Inc., $762.75; Finch Attend- ance Center, $8.00. Wilkinson Co.-wide District Maintenance Fund: South Cen- tral Bell, $4.45; $7.43; $7.97; Lewis Insurance Agency, $759.00; A. E. Pharos, $222.00; Dave E. Carter, $140.0; Planters Hdw., INC., $4.21; Woodville Utilities, $19.17: Miss. Power & Light Co., $223.83; South Central Bell, $20. 17. Wil. Co. Public Schools-Proj. 790021-ESEA-Title I Fund: Mar- tin School Equipment Co., Inc., $35.24; Miss. School Supply Co., $'2,913.90; Central School Supply I Co., $805.70 ] Wil. Co. Public Schools-ProJ. 790031-ESEA-Title I Fund: Mary F. Carter, $1.60; Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc., $77,26; Jasper Ewing and Sons, Inc. $273.70; Seven Day Distributing Co., $12. 10; Miss. Power & Light Co., $52.4g; South Central Bell, $14. 63; Woodville Utilities, $3.44; Mary F. Carter, $23.30; South Central Bell, $35.32. 'Or motion by Marie Russell Green, seconded by John Green :and unanimously carried, the session adjourned. Charles H. Campbell President Attest: Bernard Waites Executive Secretary The WeodWl/e Repubtleem, Woody,lie, M;ss1$slppi r HANDLE FACTORY NOW OPERATING The new O. Ames Cmpany handle factory located two miles south of Woodvillc is now producing some 3.600 lineal feet of implement handles daily after about two weeks of operation, officials stated. In the photo above the sawyer is shown operating the machine that first squares and then reduces logs to handle stock of 1 11/16 inch di3meter. Ash, cherry bark oak, and hickory are now being used at the mill, which cum ently has a payroll of 14 employees. McKey hit on 7 of 11 passes ]Day broke loose for a 32-yard Top Tigers on defem:e were sprint o the Saint 2 and from Mike Rlsh and R. L. Frazier, while Don McCraine recovered a total of 3 fumbles. All of the Tiger backs showed well on of- fense, while Kelth Havard was outstanding for the Wildcats. Play Thomas Jefferson On Friday night of this week, the Tigers travel to Natchez to meet Thomas Jefferson, with kickoff time set at 7:30 p.m. RAMBLERS TROUNCE TRINITY, TO HOST GLOSTER FRIDAY (Continued from Pae 1) interception and 25-yard run by Bown highlighted the action late in the quarter. ] In the final period the Ram- blers added two more touch- ]downs. Brown broke loose for a 30-yard sprint to the Trinity 3, and from there Day dove in to there i]it .right tackle for the final touchdown. Gonda kicked the point to close the scoring at 36-14. In commenting ,on the game, Coach Don Alonzo praised the defenzive effort turned in by Mike McGraw, Dennis Canova, WHEN YOU GET TOGETHER  THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY SOMETHING GOOD IS HAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloster, Miss. FrMay, | ,, , ,, ,,, Ronnie Arnold, Brown and Curry. Statistics WCCA TDS Net Yards Gained 298 120 First Downs 11 8 Passing 9-3-1 15-7-3 Penalties 100 28 Fumbles Lost 0 3 Punting 3-22 5-31 FUNERAL RITES HELD FOR HAROLD HAVARD Continued from Page 1) Dell Har.ris of Biloxi. Mrs. Ettie September 21, 1973 Mae Brewer of Natchez, Mrs. Lorraine Smith of Shreveport, La., and Mrs. Annie Lee smith of Burns. La.: seven brothers, Kirk. Lawrence Murdock. Lu- ther. Wilmer. Curtis. and A. J, Havard; four sisters, Mrs. Jua- nita Redmond. Mrs. Charles White. Mrs. Tom Ashley and Mrs. Joe Math,s: 14 grandcl]il- dren a, nd one great-grandchild. Pallbearers were Donald Hav- ard. Eddie Louis Havard, .Ed- ward Redmond, Ray Netterville. Thomas William Asifley and Paul Brewer. Jr. Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE ,EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville Protection is vital For the quarterback, and for you every day, protection is vital to the fulfillment of your goals. Look to the Shield of J Shelter for help. seore and added to 2-pointe:r on another line plunge to boost the total to 29-14. A short time later 1974 Chevrolet For All Your Insurance Needs and Auto Financing, See or Call PAT CAVIN 2 doors east of Pastoffice SHIELD OF SHELTER Phone 888-6665 / CENTREVILLE DOWNS PINE HILLS, PLAY I. T. JEFFERSON THERE (Continued from Pag 1) Centreville out in front 7-6. In the .closing moments of ,the I half, R. L. Frazier made a great  defensive pl,ay when with 7 sec- I ends remaining he knocked Weaver oose from 'the ball as he attempted to pass into the end zone. As the second half opened Tiger back Buddy Stutzman broke loose for 4'0 yrcLs, but the play was nullified by ,a penalgy. A short time later Don Mc- Craine covered a Wildcat fumble to :stop a Pine Hills drive, and McKey hit Gavin Robertson 0n I a 60-yrd scoring play. McKey] kicked the point to put the I Tigers o:n top by 14-6. ] In the final quarter McCraine I covered another Wlklcat fumble' and the Tigers drove d,wnfleld to the Crat 11 before being halted by a fumble. A short Pine Hills punt gave Centreville a good field position, and SDey Lofton drove 19 yards to he Wildcat 1. From there MeKey plunged into the .end zone on a keeper and kicked the point after to make the score 21-6. The $1nal ore of the game was set up hy a McKey ln,tr- ceptlon of a Weaver 'tlass, which he returned to the G10ter 10. Two plays }ater 8tutzraan drove over from 3 yards out with 3 m 1 n u t e s remaining. McKey kicked :his fourth straight point after to end the scarlri at 28-6. The Tigers racked up 11 lirst c]qW, the on 113 grolnd  111 bY a, A better-than-ever way, When the wheel belongs to you. the road goes anywhere you say. And it's so nmch better with a '74 Chevrolet. Capriceaassic. Introducing an elegant motor car, just asking to be enjoyed. Out- side: an iml)osing new grille, and on the Coupe, a distinctive new roof line. Inside: peaee, quiet and convenience. standard power steering to do most of Ihe lurning, stan- dard power front (lisa ])rakes to do most of Ihc top- ping, arid a sta,nla,'d Turbo Hydra-matic transmission to do the shifting. 1[ you P,r(lll[ the luxury and comfort o[ a car I leaves little else for you to do but enjoy the ride, you don't have to look beyond the'74. Caprice Classic. 1 lowever, the freedom of the open road begins witl the f 'ee( om of choice: VegaGT, This year's version of 'last year's Motor "l're,ul Econ- . ? omy Car of the YCar (A,(t j  /'4 e,'s > :1' ' , ' , .... ", "kk ' Clioicc as Rest l',eonomy a, ..... : .....  , ..... .,  _-- Se,,an fo, t',o'astthree .... years? Wifl, a reshal,ed },. ' lfbse t)igger bumpers. -- " nicer carpelmg, new stripes gttd. new colors. Plus more good , thogs :to make it better. Sec what it's like to drive a winner. - Can. The way it looks islEm the way it goes. Qtrick, . ..:. sleek and nimble. With a low, wide stance, re- : 'Y'= ':" sponsive steering. And comfort that's rare in a ear Ihat handles so ml  well. Plus classic new styling, and plushness from the cut.pile carpeting up. Malibu Cla$$k. A luxury Chevelle, new this year. With full foam seats. A fold-down front armrest. Wood-grained vinyl accents. Elegant inner door panels. Extremely tasteful upholstery and cut-pile nylon carpeting. That's just inside. The exterior is just as classic, in character and in detail, as the interior. Yet, it remains mid-size. And, it remains all Chevelle. With Chevelle handling and at a Chevelle price. Now that you've looked, come and see the new Malibu Classic-and all the 1974 Chevrolets. The ones shown here, plus Impala, Monte Carlo, Nova, Corvette, pickups, vans and all our new cars and trucks. Buildin a better wy to see tile U z