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Volume 149 Oldest Paper In Mississippi Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Friday, September 28, 1973 Established In 1824 Number 17. L Ramblers Win Over POURING FLOOR FOR NEW JAIL CHAMBERS CASE Circuit Court To Convene Monday Gloster; Hosttian AcademyFridaYRamblers cr00ris- t!il REMANDED TO i At Woodville Neighborhood Facility :4: The October term of Circuit Jurors Listed The Wilkinson County Chris- . . The widely-publicized Leon Court for Wilkinson County will b "y LC is !lll]ll':L"l!i1',  Chambers case has been re-convene next Monday morning The nmes of the followin W * termed their new football field :I!!! rounded to the Amite County at 9 o'clock with the site of the persons have been drawn to on a happy note last Friday .. Circuit Court, according to i session being set for the Wood- serve on the jury for the first _:c:-c:t't night with a 20-0 win over the , advices received .this week by Iville Neighborhood Fa oil i t y week of the Circuit Court Term In our story last week on the Pine Hills Wildcats from Glos- l Wilkinson County Circuit Clerk building on Highway 24 West. se for Monday morning, Octo- of King Cotton as a farm ter. The win ran the Ramblers' Samuel E. Smith from Julia H. Due to the current renovation bet 1. at 9 o'clock at the Neigh- 0rap in Wilkinson County, we record to 4-0 for the yea.r, with Kendrick, Clerk of the State of the old court room in the borhood Facility: .tted that to the best of our three of the victories being over Supreme Court. Wilkinson County courthouse, First District: Jerome John- Chambers was charged with another location for the regular son, era Lee Martin, Lee G. knowledge the planVs we photo- Class A conference opponents, Williams, James M. Cutrer, Jr., graphed were the only ones in Ruth, Trinity and Pine Hills. murder in connection with the term of court was necessary. the county. Since our story up- Only two Class A foes remain fatal shooting of Woodville Some weeks ago the county Posey Jmcs, Mry Franklin, leared, it has been called Lo our on the Rambler slate, Franklin Policeman Aaron Liberty in a board of supervisors designated Be r nic c Johnson, Philistine attention that at least two other C h'r i s t ] an and Brookhaven melee here on June 14, 1969. the auditorium of the Woodville Franklin, Ada .lberta Davis, Following the granting of a re- Attendance Center building as Stafford Parker, Daniel Arbuth- county residents had a row or Academy. two of the fleecy staple planted The Ramblers scored on their quest for a change of venue, the site for the court term. On not, Marvin D. Wt:eeler, Charlie the case was tried in the Amlte Wednesday of last week, how- J" Carte,r, Zirlee Miles, Carolyn ia their gardens. One "cotton first possession last Friday night County Circuit Court during the ever, the supervisors took action V. Darden. Iarmer" is Elizabeth Prater, who to take an early lead, but did An unusual sight for loea October 1970 term. and Chum- to change the location to the Second District: Bernice Wad- Planted several rows in her not hit the scoreboard again No More Open Range residents he latter part of the bers was found guilty of the Neighborhood Facility. Following dell, Wayne Pourciau, Geneva arden at her home on Third until the final quarter. After IOuth Street here "just to see Tim Gouda kicked off for WCCA Grazing A]]owed On past week was the long boom charge of murder in the first is a copy of the order placed WilliamS.Babers, ElmerGergeR.Feltus'Andrews,RnaldAn- which was used to pump con-] degree. He was sentenced bY i on the minutes of the ,board it bloom and the bolls pop to open the game. the Wildcats Grote to the 'second floor of the J the court to life imprisonment/relative to this action: hie Lee Patterson, Claude B. Another garden plot of were forced to punt. Taking Homochitto Forest Land new court house annex. The top]in the state peniwI  . ealedl 'Whereas, at the August, 1973, Collins, V,illiam B. McKey, otton was also reported from over on their 30 the Ramblers The conviction m pp ourt the Whitestowr neighborhood, moved to their own 47, and from Livestock will no longer be of the new structure as shown| a I regular meeting of the Board George R. ttart, Fred Chapman, but the grower's name was not there Bobby Jonson lofted a allowed to graze on Homochitto abOVeof thelScountyt be thejail,floorwhich'section]towill] wherethe theStatefindingsSUpreof etheClocal, ofl County,SUpervisrSMlssissippi,f theWilkinsnBoard Lee,Jr'" CharlesAlise SimonsR" Reed,owens,AlbertR. W.O. reported to us. There are pos- perfect strike to end Tim Gouda, National Forest, according to a . of Supervisors was notified and Whetstone. 8ibly others who may have ,also who went all the way for a 53- letter released by Jack Swisher, occupy the second story of the court were upheld The case, 91anted a few hills for nostalgic yard pass and run td. The kick District Ranger, of Gloster. annex. An eight-inch slab was waSsupreme'then Courtappealedandt Chambers lthe U. S. I did adjudicate that the Court- Third District: Dora Lee Halt, poured last week, with a three- , ' room of the Courthouse of Wil- Pauline Perry, Charles White, reasons..but none are recorded for point was blocked. The Wild- Effective October 1, Swisher inch topping to be added later, was ordered released from the, klnson County, Mississippi, is Mary M. Hava,rd, Homer H. Cal- as commercial growers with the cats mounted a drive of their penitentiary pending the out local ASC office, own i the first period, moving stated, violators will be cited Work is now underway on - undergoing repai,rs and remodel- laban, MrS.JosephWade BroWn,C. Johnson,W' O. to the Rambler 6-yard line with intoas aU'lastS" resort.MagistratelivestockCurt will lerectingr' forms in which to pour come of his appeal. The nation 's!lmg and it ould be impossible Krim,briel, Several friends from opposing the big play a Jeff Weaver to be flnpounded, solid six-inch concrete walls for highest court reversed the find- [ for the Circuit Court of said Mary Anders, Mrs. Barney Haz- ings of the lower court and j Wilkinson County to hold the lip, Rosie Mac Granger, Kemmn Camps in collegiate football Clay Poole pas. The Rambler Free grazing has long been the jail. The roof of the new oitnnendcdtt' i!iiii!ni ige iii rema_nded..thecasetotheMit_erm of. Court begmnmg diiA a-csti:ubrJemeDJ'eatk:Mn t/y R:be, r:nAlewa,.1]d:r, Bety Circles have called us for cam- defense stiffened there and the prohibited on Homochitto Na- structure atop the jail will have . . " " " -  " " " .- " , ' " " " nent on the sudden and drastic ball went over on downs at the tional Forest, the announce- a small penthouse above topping Changes made early this week 3. The first quarter was slowed ment stated, but compliance has the elevator shaft, r ia the ale Miss Rebel coaching by a near-record total of 10 been on a voluntary basis. Work on the new annex and hierarchy. Since the powers- penalties totaling 77 yards. Swisher said that the "condition xtensive rerrodeling and ren-al. u  --,, ,,-- --- N-further itnfatln'*asto Tem f'Clrcuit Curt f sald|HunUer' Charltte Hutsn' AI that-be did not 'see fit to con- The second quarter was score- has corrected itself to a large ovation of the existing court pl - County m the Woodvtlle At- thur Goodmch, Hattm Tolhver, Ult Ye Olde Editor before mak- less with the Ramblers moving .degree but there are still nu- house building is approxim.ately in Amite County was available tendance Center School Build- Robert Stirgus, Irene Hollins, tag the sudden switch, we are out of their own territory and morons people letting thet'r Stock one-third complete at this time, at press time. ing, and Charlotte Dickinson, Lemax 0t in a position o give out late in the period penetrating run at large with several hun- according to Bernard Holland, The Chamber's case gained "Whereas, the said Board has Harris, Richard Flaccomio, Jr., any inside information as to the to the Gloster 20. Just before dred head of free ranging live- Construction Superintendent on national publicity when the been advised by the Board of Nancy Rosenblatt, Edith Jenk- reasoning behind the nove. the gun sounded, after a penalty stock still grazing on the Na- the job for J. A. Russ Con,true- Washington Post ,ran a lengthy Education of Wilkinson County, ins, Eulalie C. Scott, Louis Flac- Admittedry, we felt reasonably set WCCA back to their own 37, tional Forest." tion Company, contractors. Work story on he trial, ,conviction Mississippi, that it now has a comio. CUre that the plummeting Rebel Gouda attempted a field goal After October 1, each trespass was begun on the project in and subsequent appeal. The good offer for the purchase of Fifx District: Evelyn 3. rid fortunes foretold a change which fell short. in leadership, but the sudden- The second half opened with livestock case will be treated on February of this year, Holland story was later copied by soy- the said Woodville Attendance Porter, Barbara Ann Prater, an individual basis, and will be pointed ,out, and the contract oral other newspapers with ha- Center School Building and Mary Ola O'Neal, Carrie Lee hess of the move caught us the Ram'blers again mrching cleared through the courts or allow.s 450 working days for tional circulation. COmpletely by surprise. The re- goalward only to lose the ball stock impounded, he added, completion of the Job. grounds and that it would be Fountain. Lucinda Knight, Vir- turn of Big John Vatlght rom on their only fumble of the Remodeling of the old court detrhnental o the sale of 'said ginia Cavin, James T. Carter, retirement was also a big sur- night, at the Wildcat 35. Near lrise to us, in view of both his the end of the period a Wildcat Important Meeting room in the esting building Tigers Down TJ 19-0; property to hold the October Ve'rnon Tlbbits. Kenneth Cavin, hi'story of heart ailment and gamble on a fourth and one fake Of Rambler Booster. is now at  virtual standstill, 1973 Term of Circuit Court in Bessie My Carter, Mrs. Billle Holland said, pending tempo- To Host AmJte School said school building. J. Variste, Crl Booker, William the longtime enviable record of punt at their own 30 failed to "Therefore, the Board of Su- T. Carter, &rthur Prater, Sam- the necessary yardage[Club Friday Night rary removal of the ch.ancery clerk's office from the .area (by Milton Murphy) pe,rvi'sors of said Wilkinson uel M. Robe rtson. lning percentages which he is produce ow laying on the line. A1- and he Ramblers took over. I immediately beneath. A concrete The Centreville Academy Ti- County doe's now fix the place though we don't quite class Big On the first play of the final t We .have been requested tc John as the miracle worker period Jonson hit Gouda on a announce that an important flor is to be poured for the gers evened their 1973 grid rec- or holding the October 1973 plaintiff in 3 separate ,suits on ome Rebel fans credit him.with pass good to the Wildcat 17, and meeting of the WCCA Rambler court room, he pointed out ard at 2-2 last Friday night Term of Circuit Court of said garnishments in which defend- ,. being, "hope springs eternal" two plays laer Shannon Day Booster Club has been called which wit l require removal of when they shut out the Thomas County in the Woodville Neigh- ants are W. B. Morris, Robert and we thus anticipate an up- broke through on a 9-yard scar- for Friday night of this week the present floor and the ceiling Jefferson Eagles 19-0 in Natch- borhood Facility Building on the Howard, and Sammie Lee Cot- at 6:30 p.m. at the school If- of the office below. This con- oz. The win was a co'stly one Lower Natchez Road 'in pl, ace ton. Wlng in the grid fortunes at ling plunge. Jonson passed to Deposit Guar. N.at'l Bank lebel Land. Gouda for the 2-point conver- brary. President H N. Jonson, crete slab was added to the for the Tigers, however, as run- and instead of the Woodville sign to put WCCA on top 14-0. Jr.. urges members to come to plans by the architects as a ning back Stoney Loftin suf- Attendance Center School Build- plaintiff in 2 separate sui.ts on arro] Wood Dies I] Following the kickoff, Donnie the Rambler-FCCA football firewall protection for the van fered a shoulder separation lug." open account in which defend- Smith fell on a Wildcat fumble game early and attend this uable records in the office of early in the game. Following is a copy of the ants are John Henry and Tom I New Orleans l at the Cat 12, and the Ramblers meeting, the chancery clerk. Early in the fray, the ball docket for the October term of Cage, and Ea:och Neyland. changed hands three times deep court as released by Circuit Henry McGuire vs. Barbara I drove in to score their final -,,, ............ --=------==--:=:=--' in Eagle territory. Tiger R. L. Clerk Samuel E. Smith: Mac Davis. Damages. Carrl Lee Wd' 93-year-ld paints with Ricky Lambert g- U I P f P '$ C k  Frazler recovered a Thomas Criminal Docket Willie Ashley vs. Jessie Moore Wilkinson County native, .died ing the final yard to paydirt. State of Miss. vs. Elmer Bras- and Lester Smith. Damages. izl New Orleans early on Wed- The kick for point was not good nc e ere ram ercy tee c]k/s Jefferson fumble at the 25, but a couple of plays later Eagle well. Murder. Amite County Bank vs. Ernest lesday morning, September 19. land the scoring ended 20-0 ............... --= _-----------=-- ...... Lee picked off a David State of Miss. vs. Marvin McQuirte'r. Note. Funeral services were held on I Play Franklin Here Thursday morning at the House The Ramblers will host Frank- DEAR MISTIER EDITOR: country 'store Saturday n.ght, McKey pass at the TJ 5-yard Davis. Burglary. Mutual In.urance Agency vs. and the fellers was general On the next play Keith State of Miss. vs. Mary Ethel Robert C. Prine. Open account. of Bultman in New Orleans with lin County Christian Academy Pa allus said that two lawyers agreed that they ain't no way Poole "recovered a fumble for Hill. Murder. Feliciana Bank & Trust Co. the Rev. J. Truett Gannon of here on Friday night of this could make a good living in a we can live these days without the Tigers. The Eagles held, State of Miss. vs. Henry L. plaintiff in two suits on notes the First Baptist Church offi- week with kickoff set for 7:30 I town where one would starve too ........... rnnnin= afo___ul of rules we don't however, and a field goal at- Glenn and Ernest McQuir.ter. in which Daniel Anderson and !deth Al, a feller has tad lu a de:earnd.ayZ::e:rbb b :l.dd:f tempt from the 25-yard stripe elating. Interment was in Met- on Rambler Field. .  Strong arm robbery. Jessie Cole's are the defendants. airie Mausoleum. Statistics WCCA PHA to come around to thinking that n was wide of the mark. State of Miss. vs. FrankByrd. G.A.C. Corp. vs. Henry and Mr. Wood was born in the Net Yards Gained 284 156 a heap of our confusion .. is I they probable would come out In the second period, the first Carrying concealed weapon, Gloria Dyer. Open account. Beaver Creek community of this First Downs :3 _ _ caused by lawyers is to git caiiea[with a tax on all sleep over score of the night was ,set up elony. Jones Wholesale Meats vs, County on September 5, 1880. Passing 11-7_-20 21-6 5tto jury duty. Three fourthem/Si x hours a night, when the Tigers' Keith Poole State of Miss. vs. David C. Benjamin Dunbar. Open ac- 9 ou congressmen and sate g eakin Mister Ed ,the son of the late Charles H. Penalties .:1 Practical ,sp g, . - picked up a fumble and ran 0 Aldridge. Failing to yield right count. Vood and Mrs. Amanda Hen- Fumbles Lost 1 2 islaters is lawyers, so they g:litor, lawyers is like they 'say yards to the Eagle 40. Two pen- of way. (Appealed from 3rd Carl't:on Mann vs. Benjamin lerson Wood. He moved to New Punting 3-38 4-32 to make the laws and then ir- about wimmen, we can't live altles helped the Tigers move District Justice of the Peace L. Groom. Damages. Orleans in 1910 and for 37 years , terpret em. and that leaves the with em and we can't live with- to the 9, and from there Buddy court.} Natchez Thrift Funds vs, average citizen scratching his out era. For instant, I'd like to Stutzman ran the ball in for a Civil Docket Charlie B. and Mary Adams. as .a postal clerk on the L&N Mrs. Chester Henderson head on both counts. The lengthy civil docket fac- Open account. lailroad. He was a member of ,see a law that 'says all eating touchdown. The kick for point the Railway Postal Clerk Asso- Dies Saturday MorniNg i was reading recert v/here a places has got to furnish a good was no good. ing the term includes 'some 50 I Jessie J. Swain vs, 3outh oiatien and of the Ionic Masonic jury in Boston heard lawyers supply of wood toothpick's, and Late in the half the Tigers cases, a resume of .which fol- iCoast Corp. Damages. LOdge. Mrs. Pauline White Hender- for both sides argue a case for I'd have to find me a real sharp .struck again., .moving 45 yards lows:  McKey-McPhaill vs. Charles Survivors include one brother, son. wife of Major Chester Hen- four hours. After mulling over lwYer to git the idee going, in eight pl.ays, before quarter- Gloster Finance Co. vs. George ]Stutzman, Note. l. Allen Wood of Woodville; derson of Elmsley Plantation, what they was told for six Another law I'd favor is one back McKey drove in from 3 and Ruby Lee Hampton. Re-] Suzanne Jackson Braddock vs. three daughters, Mrs. H. Lyn- Woodville. died at Field Memo- hour's, the Jury sent out to ask agin all neckties, or at least a yards out. McKey also kicked plevin. ,St. Regis Paper Co. et al. Dm- WOOd O'Bannon. of New Orleans, rial Community Hospital in the judge who the defendant amendment that would .allow a the point-after to make the Wanda Petzoleum Co. vs. L. R. [ages. ttirs. Calvin B. Radon of Bir- Centreville at 10:30 ,a.m. on was in the case. I onct heard feller tO wear two ties m the score 13-0 at halftime. White and Steele Motors. Dam- I United States Fid. & Guar. ,ningham, Ala., .and Mrs. Clay- Saturday, September 22. a feller say that law is the inter and not have to wear The final score of the night ages. Co. vs. Percy Tu,rner. Note. ton T. Davis of Palmsdale. E.D. Massey plaintiff in Funeral services we're held at oldest perfession, cause it says l , , lone m hot weather, came in the third period when Cloutier Oil Co. vs. J. B. and Calif.; and 12 grandchildren and the graveside at Evergreen Cem- in the Bible that 'in the be- Clem Webster come down McKey lofted a strike to end Mildred Nettles. Open account, suits on note in which defend- 25 great-grandchildren. He was etery here on Tuesday ,at 1 p.m. ginning there was chaos, i stn- 10receded in deth by his wife, with the Rev. O. B. Beverly of- Actual, Mister Editor, I reckon counts. .OnAnd.mYa lawSide thatn Clem I andbth Joe Nolanda td. Thegdkickfr for43 yardSpotnt terBikenSw. Propst,Van LineSjr. OpenC' VS.account.Wal- Tilleryants areandCharlieoscarHarrison,Tillery. Oscar Mrs. Bonnie McCearley Wood, ficiating. Pallbearers were Julius it's another case of the chicken would add to the list is oriel failed and the scoring ended Clcutler Oil Co. vs. Audrey C. Griner Water Well Service vs, and one son, Brig, Oen. Carrol Crter, A W. Treppendahl, Oar- or the egg. Folks git themselves that would make barbershops iwith the Tigers on top of a 19-0 Enlow. Garnishment. C.C. Rabbet al. Damages. L. Wood, Jr. don Taylor, Phayes Carter, G. C. into some strange fixes, and stock .a few up to date maga-] shutout score. Deposit Guar. Nat'l Bank vs. Woodville Finance. Inc. plain- Golden and George Stockett. they depend on the lawyers to zincs. He said he ,was waitigj R. L. Frazier, David McKey, Willie James Anderson. car- tiff in 5 suits on notes in which Berryhill Funeral Home was in get em out. For instant, I 'saw for a trim the other day and! l'hg charge, read this piece where dryclean-]Mike Rish and Gavin Robertson nishment, defendants are William and were singled out for praise far Deposit Guar. Nat'l Bank, Lillie Mac James. John L. by the papers where this movie W]h" Mrs. Henderson was born at actress couldn't ,git a divorse ors 'say 55 per cent of necktie their performance for the T1- plaintiff in 10 separate ,suits on Tuesno, Ehno Carl Vaughn, fgg' Fai,rfield, Iowa, on September 27, ! cause she couldn t prove she was 1904, and s,he and Major Hen-lmar,ried, and the same week a 'stains is caused by gravy. Clem gers; while Carlton Hall, Kary notes in which defendants are: Robert Louis MePipe, and Betty said they ain't that many folks Huffman, Ellis Ellis and Kevln James E. Hawkins, Lacey Steph- Lou Davis. Date Rain Hi* Lo* derson were married on March woman was suing .a actor for that can afford enuff meat to Nobles stood But for TJ. ens, Eugenic Callender, Robert Ralston Purina Co. vs. Ray Wed., Sept. 19 0 84 52 3, 1944, in Chicago, Illinois. She alimony, but she never was make that much gravy these llost Amite School Friday married to him. In most states Thu:, Sept. 20 0 86 62 was a member of .the Presby- :lrl., Sept 21 0 87 62 terian Church. it's agin the aw for a celler dayS.Personal, Mister Editor, the The Tigers will host the un- 'iat., Sept. 22 0 88 63 In addition  her husband, to feed his own slop to his own only time I wear a necktie is defeated Rebels from Amite' School Corporation, Liberty, on Iun., 'Sept. 23 0 93 69 she is survived by her nmther, hogs, and I read where the to church, and I can't ever fig- Erlday night of this week, Kick- Man., Sept. 24 .05 87 70 Mrs. Louise Sharon White, of Massachusetts Barber Licensing ger if it's cutting off my wind off is set for 7:30 p.m. on Tiger Tue., Sept. 25 0 89 68 Wilk-Amite Haven, Centreville; Board says it's $100 fine or 90 or the preacher is hitting to Field. Passes Daily Readings: Rainfall 1 p.m. one son, Edgar Arthur Quimby, days in jail for a feller to cut close ,fer comfort. Statistics CA TJA l,ssing Yards Temperatures 5 p.m. Le Roy, New York; 'and three his own youngun's hair in his (Statistics furnished courtesy of grandchildren, Billy, Sharon and own home. Yours truly, First Downs 12 9 Puns. he lss. Forestry commission.) Ann Quimby. This matter come P t the . .i,::: Uncle Pete Yards Ruln 1 11 IFumbles Lost Claiborte, Kitty Riley, George Perry. Open account. Hampton, Louis McPipe, Joe Gloster Finance Co. vs. Jen-  :i Gilmore, Willie Trasko and hinds and Helen Andrews. Note. " Monroe G'ranger. Tower Loan Brokers vs. Daisy -':: Deposit Guar. Nat'l Bank Ford and Rozelia Jo:hnn. No;e, C. W. Whi.ttington vs. William 2-7-1 2-9-1 Ashley. Damages. 41 28 American Finance Corp. vs. 3-4 4-25 J Edward end Barbara PowelI, 8  Note,