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Friday, November 16, 1973 The Woodville Rerubllcan';,Woodville, Miss;sslDoJ Page 5 MISSISSIPPI OUTLOOK  i by Paul Pittman Misslssippl's Loy,alist Demo- [ able to assume hat for the fi,rst crats a,re gearing up Cot an itime in more than a decade, the expected fight over a brewing regulars could gain the upper move to pass a law next year hand and oust the loyalist fac- Which w, culd provide for pub- lic election of convention dele- gates and party officials. This method would be a de- Parture from the traditional , Selection .of delegates and party functionaries by the convention method from the precincts to tion. That is precisely the strategY i that is being privately discussed among state Democrats includ- ing Gov. Bill Waller, who has gone on record in favour of such a law. Control ,of the national party the state level. Loyalist leaders have said PUblicly, and leaders of the old- line regu'lars believe privately, that it would be .an ,effective means of breaking the tenacious hold the mostly black loyalist action has as the official af- label is currently in litigation I in the federal courts. Whether I the outcome of that and other I federal actons in tle field of I the state s election laws might cast a shadow over this new issue rremains to be seen. Advocates of the public elec- ilia,tion with the national party. I tion approach to delegate so- This skirmish, should it de-ilection argue that the present  . " ' " r Velop, will be another m ihelsystem lends ztself to arbtza y sCraeti,mes bitter fight for the political decisions at the us- national label which extends tional level, creating a minority- back in history to the Dixiecrat based delegation. They contend revolt of 1948 and more recently that the system denie;s the ms- to the traumatic national con- jority of white Democrats a Vention of 1964. That year an across-the- board coalition of civil rights groups challenged the regular voice in party affairs. There were attempts a.t the state convention in 1968 and 1972 to arrive at a compromise state delegation in televised between the two groups .and hearings before the c,redentials send an acceptable delegation cmmittee. The hearings ere- that c auld be seated at the ha- sted a furor among most white tional party conclave. IYilssissippians ,and set the stage The 1968 effort to merge the for an ever deepening schism,two groups was desultory and between ,the national party and ineffective. the traditional white Democratic l There ]:s considerable interest leadership in the state I among legislate:rs in the public That was at a time when the:election method. And there is civil ,rights battle was at a white' a orecedent for this type of la.w. beat. And the end, a compromise forced by President Lynd*on Johnson, pleased neither the egulars nor the loyalists. In the interim the loyalists have clung to their nati,onal connection with the party and the regulars have been in an Uncomfortable limbo. The potential legislation in question would provide for pub- lic election of party leaders in- Alabama has such a law, and Democrats there have success-' fully resisted challenges by op- posing groups 'It is not a f, oregone conclu- sion, by any means, that such a law will be passed next year. But in .the meantime, Missis- sippi's regulars bare grown in- crea;singly estranged from their national party. At the same time, the loyal- eluding the sta.tewide election' ists continue to be relatively of the state's delegation to the'ineffective in influencing the national party convention. Pc- course of affairs both here in larized .as the issue hasbecome, tlie state, and in an increasing along racial lines, it is reason- measure, at the national level. Perrytown News Mrs. Mary Anders spent the clay Friday in Natchez visiting r. and Mrs. H. B. Huff and lIr :and Mrs. James Anders and araily. Mr. Elton Perry of Gonzales, La., spent the day Sunday with his parents, Mr. anc] Mrs. Pha- roah Perry, while Mrs. Perry ade a trip to Jackson with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul teLrling of Goster. rs. Hazel Hazlip ,and Mrs. lritz Hazlip visited Mr. ,and 1Yirs. L. C. Edwards in Roxie 8und,ay. Mr. and Mrs. 3ewel Anders visited Mr. and Mrs. Shad Pery, r, in Natchez Sunday. M'. erry is on the sick list ,and as been confined to bed for a Week. Rir..and rs. Ernest Brown and baby, Chris, ,and Mr. and rs. Wade Brown. Visited Mr. an,d Mrs. Jack Brown in Mc- omb Sunday. Visiting Mrs. Pearl Johnson OVer the ,weekend were M,r. and iIrs. C. L. Johnson of Woodvllle ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nauman. who arrived on No- vember 2. Mrs. Nauman will be remembered as Miss Crol Crumholt. Rosetta News Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Perry and daughters, Pride and Lena, i visited Mr. and Mrs. Elton Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ster- ling in Gonzales, La., the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greet of Vidalia. La., visited hs father, Mr. eorge Greer, and Mrs. Greer Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Brat- ham, Jr. of Glvster visited her mother, Mrs. Louise Day, Sun- day. Mr. Billy Greer of Herman- vlle visited Mr. and Mrs. George Greer Sunday. Mrs. Tommie Sturdivant, Mrs. David Sturdivant, and Mrs. Ed- ward Byrd of Natcbez attended the Northeastern - Nichols State football game in Mort,roe, La., Saturday. and their daughter, Miss Martha Mr..and Mrs. Cl:de .Priest and arol Johnson of Baton Rouge, c.hildren of St. IrancLsville vis- Mrs. 'Davis Longmire and' chil-lited her mother, Mrs. Louise .dren, Reid, K, avin .and Dawn, iDav..Saturday. and. a friend, Butch Thurmon, Mrs. Burney Swtzer and son f Gloster, Mr. Claude Johns0nland Mrs. Melvin Mur'ay and of Cro,sby, and Mr. and MrS.dauhter of Pa,sadena, Texas, araes Reeves and Miss Joan [ visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivevson aeeves of .Natchez. Murray, Mr. R. V. Forman, and Recent visitors in the home Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H.avard in of Ir..and Mrs. Willie Hazli.pjNatchez the pst weekend. ere Mr. Patrick Thomas, Mr.] Mrs Ronald McCabe and her teven Hays. and Mr. and Mrs. I dagh'te,r, Kelly,. returned to E. C*rumholt of B a,tou Rouge. I tbeir home in Alexandria, La.. li rs. Wilhelmina Hazlewood andl Friday after visiting the past r. Leon Bryant of Liberty, Mr. two weeks ,with her oaren.ts, Mr. d Mrs. Brvant Hazln of latchez, and Mr. 3oe Hazlip of aton Rouge. L rs. Marcus Day of Tallulah, a., visted ,his ,brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I'I'aZlip, f, or several days last eek. L Miss 30 Cavin of Lake Charles, ., and M]s Debbie Belaire of afayette, La., were guests of Jr. and Mrs. E. F. Cavin last Weekend. lVirs, lubv Cavin of Natchez .and Mrs. E. L. Forman. Mr. ,Tames Rvmer of Nafx:hez visited .hrs parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rvmer, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. WI- liams and daugh,ter. Lori, of St. Amant, La., visited his aunt, Mrs. France Breedlove, the past weekend. We are sorry that Mrs..Helen McCu,lev is now a oatient in Field Memorial Hospital ,and we w]h her a soeed .recovery. Mrs. Carrol Boles and d.augh- SPent the weekend with her ter. Laurie Ann. of Barton loue aOther. Mrs. Eliese Perry. , vsited bet mother, Mrs. George r. and Mrs. Willie Hazlio Greer, Sunday. lted in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith visited her T. E. Crumholt in Baton son snd dauhtev-in-law, Mr. the first of the week to and Mrs. Tommie Smith, in acquainted with their nev Zachary, La., Thursday and also -randdaughtev, Brandy I visited Mr. and Mrs, Morris  he uh- J,ako dtrhg her t... ' Prices In This Ad Good Thru Saturday, Nov. 24 2 Big Weeks of LOW LOW P] ices at MR. PAUL'S Save 20c- Delta Solid OLEO 2 Ibs. 59c Save 10c - Argo 303 cans SWEET PEAS Winner of Jiffy Bank Pot GLENDA MAE SCOTT WOODVILLE SUPER BANK and JIFFY POT worth $140.00 this week... You need Register one time only, but you must have your card punched weekly to win Super Bank 23c Save 5c - 25 ft. Roll ALCOA FOIL 28c 27c In Our Meat Depx.--- Save 59c - Save 15c - 17 oz. can LE SUER PEAS Save 5c - Reveal 56 sq. ft. Green Giant 16 oz. can ROASTING WRAP 99c Magnolia : Cut GREEN BEANS 28c :;', ..... :::i:iiii?i:!;:iiii!i:!i :: Save 59c -  Giant Oval and Square Save 32c - Roastilg PANS HAMS  Ba; b WHOLE HAMS b: 88C NNAISE 99c 68C BUTT Portion lb. 88c SHANK lb. 78c Save 10c- CENTER CUTS lb. $1.08 Brock CHERRY CHOCOLATES box 53c TURKE Save 10c - Baker's 12 oz. . CHOCOLATE CHIPS 53c :::: Save 10c - Stove Top 6 oz. pkg. DRESSING 39c Save 10c - Armour Pee Wee EGGS dozen Save 10c - Hunt's Solid Pack 14V oz. can TOMATOES Save 10c - Duncan Hines CAKE MIXES box 39c 47c 25c 39c Save 10c - Welchade 46 oz. can GRAPE DRINK A complete selection of 'BUtterball, Honey Suckle, and Magnolia Turkeys--Plus Grade A Baking Chickens and Ducks and :all other Baking "Goodies" for yotr Thanksgiving Feast! Garden sh FRUITS and VEGE]ABLES ,r Home Grown Sweet POTATOES lb. 10c Florida Juice ORANGES:d0z. 39c Fancy Red Delicious APPLES lb. Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT each Fresh Yellow CORN ear Fresh BRUSSEL SPROUTS pt. Calif. Fresh Lg. ARTICHOKES Calif. Fresh Lg. AVOCADOS SASSAFRAS TEA F,Ka. 19c 10c 10c 59c Lea. 35c ea. 35c 29c Save 10c - Bama 18 oz. jar APPLE JELLY 29c Diamond Baby English In Shell WALNUTS lb. bag 69c Save 5c - Baker's 8 oz. Premium COCONUT, 8 oz. 36c Parkmeadow Shopping Center- Centreville Save 10c - Holsum Brown & Serve BREAD 10af 29c Save 10c - Flavorich Low Fat MILK gal. $1.25 Save 20c- Land O Lakes PURE BUTTER lb. 99c Save 10c Sunmaid Golden Seedless RAISINS 12 oz. 67c Save 10c - Golden Crust 5 lb. FLOUR 65c Save 10c - Charmin 4 roll pkg. BATHROOM TISSUE 45c Save 10c - QUART BOTTLE COKE 23c COCA-COLA CAKE 2 cups unsifted flour 2 cups sugar 2 sticks oleo 3 Tablespoons cocoa 1 cup Coca-Cola (king size) , cup buttermilk 2 eggs 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon vanilla 1% cups miniature marshmallows Combine flour and sugar. Heat oleo, cocoa, .and Coke to boiling and pour over flour and sugar mixture Beat eggs, add to buttermilk, soda, vanilla, and marsh- mallows; beat well and add to first mix- ture and beat well. Bake in a long, shallow pan at 350" for 30 to 35 minutes,.Ice while hot.