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MINUTES OF MEET BD. OF EDUCATION i, OF WILKINSON CO. State of M,ssisslppl County ,of Wilkinson The Wilkinson County Board v, December 14, 1973 $125.00; S. J. Jackson, Bus No. 56, $826.00; Roy Patte(son, Bus No. 65, $711.11. A motion was offered by W. V. Carter to award Bus No. 53 to Dennis Sanders for $132.09; Bus No. 56 to IS. J. Jackson for $826.00; Bus No. 65 to Roy Patterson for $711. Of Education met in regular ses- Sion at 3 o'clock p.m., Monday, C,0 and Bu,s No. 68 t,o M. C, October 1, 1973, in the office of Perry for $125.00; all :,:ah, s being .the County Superintendent of lsubject to alProval by the State Education wlth the following Department of Education. Said ,mo'tion was duly seconded by l!embers present. John Green,Mar!e Russell Green and car- lstrict 1; Marie Russell Green, Iric d by unanimous vote. ! ' :strict 2; Charles H. Campbell, i President, District 3; W. V. Car- The Superintendent pr=,scnted i  tel District 4 R J. Netterville, the recommendation of Profcs- District 5. i sor Hicks for employment of' In ........... t Joyce Lo, rraine Thomas as Li- rae_,_auaon. o rne ioregomg, brarian at Wilkinson County WaL;oers of ne to,ara, ernara jTraining So.heel to replace Ethel *es, Supermenaent or ,;aU-iM ' Scott. On motion by John 'cation, was present. or- Green, seconded by R. J. Net- The session was called to terville and unanimously car- 'tier by the President. Minutes ried, employment of the above, of the September 4, 1973 session Were read. On motion by W. V. Carter, seconded by Marie Rus- Sell Green and unanimously car- fled, these minutes were ap- :: iroved as read. The monthly travel reports of Bernard Waites, Superintendent of Education and Jo,hn Clark, chool Bus Mechanic, were read. On motion by R. J. Netterville, %eonded by John Gceen and Carried by unanimous vote these reports were approved as read.. The Board, at its September 'The Woodvllle Re00ubl;can, Woody;lie, M;sslsslto00l DONATION TO VO-TECH: The Ford Motor Company, through local dealer H & R Ford, Inc., donated a new 8 cylinder 351 CID engine, an automatic transmission, o standard transmission with trans- parencies, andl a d.ifferentiol assembly to the Wilkinson County named was approved. ! The Superintendent asked the I Vocational-Technical School on Tuesday of this week. H. L. Board to consider corrective I Hopkins, right, Ford zone service manager, made the presentation health treatment under Project' to Calvert Thomas, Vo-Tech principal, shown at left center. 790041, ESEA, Title I for Wendell ! Ferguson. On motion by Marie LoOking on are at left, Robert Nick, Vo-Tech auto mechanics instructor, and rigtt center, J. D. Ragsdale of H. & R. Ford, Inc. nard Waites, $40.00; Dept. of Audit, State ,of Miss., $350.00; Ketchings Co., Inc., $289.90; The Wcodville Republican, $37.42; Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc., $36.10. Power & Light Co., $5.22. Supportive Services Fund: Finch Attendance Center, $2.00; The Woodville Republican, $127. 00; Rex Sporting Goods, Inc., $253.65; Bernice M. Waddell, $4. Russell Green, seconded by W. V. Carter and car,tied by unani - mous vote treatment was. ap- proved for this student. On motion by W. V. Carter, , seconded by Marie Russell , Green and unanimJusly carried the following bills on the Claims Docket were approved for pay- I E. Carter, $60.00; Woodvllle Fur- niture & Elec. Co., $2.80; Natch- ez Elec. & Supply Co., Inc., $39. 60; Sanders Refrigeration & Elec. Serv:, $215.00; Woodville Utilities, $195.87; Miss. Power & Light CO., $392.92; $243.28; ;188.71. Wilk. Co.-,wide District Main- ;chance Fund: Marion C. Fos- se!man, $10.00; Lizzie L. Lacey, $20.00; Patrlcia C. James, $20.00; Leon R. Brooks, $87.00; McOehee Motor Parts, Inc., $391.90; Bran- trig Division, $20.26; Jasper Ewing and Sons, Inc., $16.47; Natchez Electric and Supply Co., Inc., $25.52; Campbell's Termite & Pest Cent(el, $15.00; Clarence IE. Meyer, $51.23; Kem Manufac- ]taring Corp., $98.40; Ginn Office I Supply Co., Inc., $26.39; Ban- aroft BaLper Co., Inc., $178.70; F. R. Blankenstein, $290.00; South Central Bell, $8.47; Fyr- Fyter Safety Equipment, $94.50; Miss. Power & Light Co., $686,01; Thursday, November 8 The Honorable Board met this :lay pursuant to recessing. All members were present lso resent was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. (Here follows copy of report of Betty W. Dawson, Tax Asses- or-Collector, listing .insolvent nd delinquent taxes, and re- 1nesting credit ,for same. Ordered that the Board do now recess until Friday, .Novem- ber 9, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. Friday, November 9 The Honorable Beard met this day pursuant to recessing. All members, were present. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. (Here follows copy of Order of State Tax Commission Ap- proving Real Assessment Roll for Wilkinson County f, or 1973.) (Here follows copy of ,agree- ment of Maxwell T. Huff, Con- sulting Engineer, and the Board Paqe 5 jority of the Board of Super- visors of said Wilkinson County, do herein and hereby appoint :nd name Miss Kathleen O'Fal- lon, a registered voter of said Second Supervisor,s District of said Wilkinson County, Super- visor of said Second District un- til a successor to the Hen. Steve Reed is elected as provided in Section 23-5-197, 1972 Missis- sippi Code Annotated, and the Clerk of the Board of Super- visors of ,said Wilkinson County shall certify to the Secretary of State the fact of the appoint- ment of Miss Kathleen O'Fallon. Ordered that the Board do now recess until Tuesday, No- vember 27, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. Tom Ashley, President Tuesday, November 27 The Hen.treble Board met this day pursuant to recessing. Pres- ent were Tom Ashley, Leon Cavin, and Louis Gaulden. Ab- sent was A. J. Din'den. Also Super Service Station, $10.85; I Steck Manufacturing Co., Inc.,: $278.45; Dave E. Crter,. $60.00; Joseph E. White, $80.00; South Central Bell, $1,1.06; $15.49. Wil. Co. Public Schools-Proj. 790031-ESEA-Title I Fund: Oli- ver H. Van Horn Co., Inc., $113. 49; $99.72. Supportive Services Fund: Planters Hardware, In.c, $36.18; Finch Attendance Center, $2.00. Wil. Co. Public Schools-Proj. of Supervisors of Wilkinson present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, County covering engineering Clerk. services to be furnis,hed in con- nection with the design and construction of the repair of the dam and spillway from Lake Mary into The Narrows ,and the channel cleanout of Vhe Buffalo (Here follows copy of order calling a special election to fill the vacancy in the office of members of the Board of Su- pe:rvisors o,f Second Supervisors District of Wilkinson County, River. Basic rate of pay will be in ,accord with the following hourly rate for job classifica- tion: Principal Engineer, $20; Assistant Engineer, $15; Party created by the death of the ....... Hen. Steve Reed. Said election is to be :held on Tuesday, the 16th day of January, 1973, in accordance with notice of oleo- '4th session having authorized ment: the'Superintendent to advertise; Other Current Costs Fund: five surplus school buses for Town of Centrevillc, $374.75. ale, Prc,ceeded to open all bids Supportive Srvices F u n d : received as tabulated below: South Miss. Ed. Film Association, Walter Morris, Bus No. 56, $150.0. $11.00; Bus No. 65, $176.'00; County Administration Fund: Dennis Sanders, Bus. No. 53, Bernard Waites, $76.65, $132.00; M. C. Perry, Bus No. 68, General School Fund: Ber- Transportation Fund: Gulf O:1 Corp., $193,61; Betty W. Daw- son, Tax Assessor-Col., $533.81; Planters Hdw., Inc., $7.62; LSzM Tire Service, Inc., $44.56; Su- perior .Sales Co., $33.60; H & R Ford, Inc., $72..50,;; Chemetron Corp., $24.00; 61-24 GUlf, $1.75; South Central Bell, $9.31; Miss. 40; ,Rex Sporting Goods,. Inc., $628.30; Bernice M. Waddell, $3.30; Rex Sporting Goods, Inc., ;218.80. Other Current Costs Fund: Woodville Utilities, $23.84; Mel- ter International Corp., $197.50; Central School Supply Co., $98. 20; Bernard Waites, $49.00; Dave We wish for you and your family the merriest of Christmases, filled with the true Spirit of the Holidays. We hope the coming year will be a bright and prosperous one for you. @ SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 790041-ESEA-Title I Fund: Acme Refrigeration :of Natchez, $30.25; Mary F. Carter, $24.30; Dorothy Ashley, $2.10; Ginn Office Sup- ply Co., Inc., $152.70; Harcourt Bace Jovavich, Inc., $26.49; Miss. Power & Light Co., $43.24; James Moses, $20.40; Planters Hardware, Inc., $8.73; Seven Day Distmibuting Co., $23.75; South Central Bell, $36.26; Ace Hard- ware, $5.70; Woodville Utilities,  $3.44. Supportive Services: Fund: Gins Office Supply Co., Inc., $90.53; American School & Uni- versity, $11.09. On motion by W. V. Carter, seconded by Mari Russell Green and carried by unanimous vote the session adjourned. Charles H. Campbell President Attest: Bernard Waites Executive Secretary COUNTY BOARD OF t SUPERVISORS,, MEET (Cont, inued from last week) It is hereby ordered that the Wilkinson County Courthouse will be closed on Monday the 12th day of November in ob- servance of Armistice or Vet- erans Day. It is fu.rther ordered that the Courthouse will be closed on Thursday and Friday, the 22nd and 23rd day of November in ob- servance of Thanksgiving h,oli- Chief, $10; Instrumentman, $7. 50; Rodman, $5; Draftsman, $8; Secretary, $6.) The Clerk o,f the Board is hereby authorized to draw war- rant ,on the Southwest Missis- sippl Development Fund in the amount of $2,619.80, for Wilkin- son County's annual appropria- tion to said development dis- trict. Ordered that the' Board do now recess until Friday, Novem- ber 16, 1973 at 9 ,o'clock a.m. Tom Ashley, President Friday, November 16 The Hon,orable Board met this day pursuant to recessing. All members were ,present. Also present was Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. (Here follows copy of report of Mississippi Forestry commis- sion recommendlrg seeding of 350 acres of Section 19, T4N, R2W.) (Here fellows copy of agree- ment between the State of Mis- sissippi and Wilkinson County s to the expediture of a loan of $5,0,000 nd a grant of $40, I 000 under provision ofHHB 1373 and HB 1374, Laws of 1873.} Ordered that the Board @o now recess until Monde?, No- vember 26, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. Monday, November 26 The Honorable Board met this day pursuant to recessing. Pres- ent were Tom Ashley, Leon Cavin, and Louis Gaulden. Ab- sent ,was A J. Darden. Also present was Aonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk. Whereas, the death on No- days. vember 21. 1973, of the .Honor- Ordered that the Boa'rd do able Steve Reed, member of the now recess until Tuesday, No- B,ord of Supervisors from he vember 6, 1973 at 9 o'clock a.m. Second Supervlsor's District of Tom Ashley, President Wilkinson County, has created Tuesday, November 6 a vacancy in the office of Su- The Honorable Board met this pervisor from the Second Su- dsy pursuant to recessing. All pervisor's District at a time members were present. Also whefi said Board o,f Supervisors is not in session and whose an- present were Alonzo H. Stur- geon, Clerk and H. B. McGraw, expired t e r m evceeds six [ months, I, Tam Ashley, Presi- Sheriff. (Here follows copy o,f order dent of the .Board of Supervisors of Board accepting bid of Fred of said Wilkinson County, and Netterville Lumber Company to with the consent of the ms- purchase from the Fourth Dis- trict one front end loader a a price of $5,495.00.) (Here foll,ows copy of order of B.omrd ,auth,olzin Iern, ad W, altes, Superintendent of Edu- cation, to execute a lease on School Section lands on all that part of Section 14, T3N, R4W lying east and outh of the Homoehitto River and contain- ing 410 acres to the Lessley Hunting Club for a period of Ive yearn t an ,anmtal rental of .fifty cents per acre.) Ordered that the Board ,do now recess ntit Wednesday, November 7, 1973 ,at 9 o'clock a.m. Tom Ashley, President Wednesday, November 7 The Honorable Brd met this day pursuant to recessing, All members were present. Alo ,resent ,as Alonzo H. Su,rgeon, Clerk. (Here follows copy of order of Board authorizirg Cl,ay B. Tucker, ,attorney or the Board of supervise.s, o ,eance the leaee granted to Constant H. Mayeaux on Sixteenth Lieu Section 2.7, Township 4 North, lange 1 East containing 685.77 ares, more ,or less, ,and remov- ing clouds on he oil, gas and other minerals in and mder said Sixteenth Lieu Section 27, other %hart the drllli .unit thereon.) Ordered that the Board do now recess until The,, To- yb 8, le t $ 'loak a, . tion already published in this newspaper.) . Ordered that' the Board @o now adjourn until the next reg- ular meeting. Tom Ashley, President It costs about one cent for the gov,ernnnt prtnti, ng o.ffice to print a one dollar bill. More than 13 million .bicycles were sold in the U.S. last year. I I WOOD'S W(ODVILLE, MISS, 'We will adjust to this tolerancs, If necessary. Guarantee is for one, year, When We Think of Insurance We Think of You. We hope you'll do the same for us. 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