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Friday, January 19, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 7 COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES by John J. Dale, Jr. UREA PROTEIN You can save around $10 a ton on feed costs by using urea as a partial source of needed protein. Urea can be substituted for up to one-third of the total pi'otein in a fallen. Dairy cows must be switched to u.rea grad- ually as sudden changes from protein meal to the maximum urea content in a ration can result in heavy decreases in milk BROADCASTING FERTILIZER production. You can save some money on SOYBEAN VARIETIES FOR 1973 your fertilizer costs by having Mos.t soybeans planted in Mis- sissippi this year will be of the same varieties that we have planted for the past several years. But here are some pxom- ising new varieties that will be You might want to g!ve some of them a try. 71 have equaled Lee even where cyst nematode and phytoph- thora root rot did not exist. The most recently released Mississippi variety is Forrest. It looks great, but it will be 1974 before seed of Fcrres are avail- able for large scale production. the material broadcast by spreader trucks. But .to get ,the most good out of br.oadcasting fertilizer, you must get even distribution. As a general rule, this means overlapplng each swath about one-third. Under field condi- 90 degree self returning ,break- away, 5 foot cutterbar, self con- tained type hydxaulic fea, ture with front mounted drive pump on .tractor. maturity, but also has resistance 5 foot highway ,rotary type to phytophthora root rot and ,'ear mower with the following cyst nematode. Yields of Pickett specifications: 5 foot cuttin,g width, front and rear chain guards, 3 pt. hitch, tail wheel, slip clutch, straight blade hold- er with free swinging blades, shielded drive shaft. 3 pt hookup pick-up sweeper with the following specifica- tion,s: pan with 12 cu. feet ca- pacity, 3-point hookup, broom with 30 4n. diameter. 6 foot width, PTO type drive. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Frances Townsend, Clerk 1/5/4w NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson Coun, ty, Mississippi, Among the new varieties is Mack. Seed should be in mod- erate supply for this growing season. It is similar to Dare and seed yields have been similar, to make sure theft the swaths It has an advantage over Dare overlap properly. in greater resistance to phytoph- TRI-STATE SOYBEAN FORUM thora r.oot rot and the cyst nematode. I.t will perform better The Downtowner Motor Hotel than Dare on heavy, slowly in ,Greenville is the site for the drained soils and fields infested annual Tri-State Soybean Fo- with cyst nematode, rum January 25. Registration Anothex relatively new vari- for the frum will get under- ety, which should be considered way at 8 a.m. It will adjourn more seriously, is Pickett 74. It at 3:30 p.m. An outstanding is similar to Lee in growth and program is planned. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS Of Clarence C. Tillery, Deceased Letter.s of Administration hav- ing been granted on the 27h. day of December, 1972. by the Chan, cery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in Case o. 5973 to the utldrsigned upon the .estate of Clarence C. Tillery, deceased, notice is hereby given .to all persons having claims against said es,tate to present the same to the Clerk of said Court for probate and registra- tion accordi,ng to law within six (6) months from date of the first publication ,of this notice, (r theywill be forever barred. This 5th day of January, 1973. Etta Lea Tillery Holden Administratrix 1/5/3w NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- vllle, Miss., `will receive bids up tions. if the swath cannot be in the Board Room of the Court- accurately determined ,by the house in Woodvllle, Missi.ssippi. dxiver, a flagman should be up .to noon on Tuesday, the 6th. used at each end of the field day of February, 1973, to pur- chase on installment payments as authorized by Section 2937, 1942 Mississippi Code Recom- piled, fer the use of the Firs't Supervlsor's Separate Road Dis- trict, .one (1) front end loader `with 2 yard bucket, 4 cycle, 4 cylinder, 425 cubic 4neh 4 3/4" bore 6" stroke dieel engine, developing not less than 100 H.P. at 2200 R.P.M. `with direct electric starting system and using No. 2 fuel oil, power shift single lever controls both speed until seven o'clock p.m. on ,and dlrectlon, four orward Tuesd,ay, .the 6th day of Febzu- speeds ,and three inr reverse, ary, 1973, for two carloads of raise, hold. lower and float po- Enslag Gold Mix, Type C, win,ter si'tions on bucket control arms. grade, FOB Woodville automatic kickout and bucket The Board .reserves the right positioner, hydraulic system to reject any and all bids. sealed, with valves enclosed in Frances Townsend, Clerk reservoir, vane type pump with 1/5/4w 43.4 G.P.M. oil output, with a breakout f, orce of not less than NOTICE OF BIDS 17,490 pounds, and 17.5 x 25 - 12 The Mayor and Board of A1- ply tires with four-`wheel caliper dermen of the Town of Wood- type disc brakes. There is to be ville, Miss., will eceive bids up .accepted sealed bids for the sale until seven o'clock p.m. on to the highest bidde for cash Tuesday, tle 6th day of Febru- one (1) used Caterpillar Traxca- ary, 1973, for one Utlli.ty Type vator loader, Model No. 933G, Diesel Tractor with the follow- Serial No. 1113530, that has ing minimum specifications: 3 ceased to be used by the First cylinder ,heavy duty .diesel en- Supervisor's Separate Road Dis- glne with no less than 170 cu. trtct, bids for which will be re- in. displacement, 38 PTO I-IF, [ceived .at he same time and heavy duty front axle with 5(}00 place as bids f(r the purchase lb. capacity, differerUal lock of the new front end loader are live hydaulic system ,with ca.te- received and paymen shall be gory I 3-pon.t 11, lights, power made therefor at such ,time. The steering, swinging drawbar, in.- Board reserves the right to re- dustrlal type seat, live PTO, 8 ject any and all bids on the speed transmission, 7.50-16 front tires, 16.9-24 R1 ear tires. 5 foot hydraulic side mower to be mounted on .above tractor with the following specifica- 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 I II t, lll I I II USED TRACTOR SPECIALS 1971 Ford 8000 Diesel ............ $5,995.00 1963 John Deere 410 Diesel with Duals ..................... $3,500.00 Ford 661 Gas, Reconditioned ...... $1,400.00 Ford 541 Gas One Row, recond. __ $1,500.00 Ford 8N Tractor, as is .................... $500.00 Ford 9N Tractor, as is .................... $375.00 Farmall Cub with Belly Mower ........ $850.00 Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. I ,purchase of the new frontt end loadeJr and the sale of the used front end loader. This 3rd day of January, 1973. Alonzo H. Stur, geon, Clerk 1/12/4w NOTICE OF A GENERAL OBLIGATION NEGOTIABLE NOTE OR CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS SALE $30,000.00 Wilkinson County, Mississippi, For Repairing An Office Building For The Use Of The Wilkinson County Welfare Department And For Purchasing Land For A County Home For The Indigent Sealed proposals will be re- ceived by ,the Board of Super- visors of Wilkinson County, Mis- sisslppi, at the Courthouse in the Town of Woodville, Missis- sippi, until 2 o'clock p.m. o Tuesday, the 23rd. day of Jan- ua,ry, 1973, .at which time the said bids will be publicly ,op- ened for the purch,ase, at not less than par and accrued in- terest, of the ,above general ob- r ligatlon negotiable notes or certificates of indebtedness of Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Said general obligation neg- gotiable notes or certificates of indebtednes are to bear, da, te of Februa,ry 1, 1973, .are to be of denominations of $7,500.00 each, and sh,all bear interest at a .rate or rates to be d,e`ter- mined pursuant to sale of said gereral obligation negotiable notes or certificates of indebt- edness, not to exceed six per cent (6%) per .annum, pay,able semi-annually, on February 1 and August 1 in each year. Both principal of and interest on said bonds shall ,be payable at the Commercial Bank of Woodville. Mississippi, and said .bonds shall maure serially on February 1 in each year of the years as follows,: $7,500.0D in 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977 Bidders are requested to des- ignate in .their bids .the price they will pay for general obli- same ,'ate. which shall be a multiple of one-eighth of one per centum 1,8 of 1( ,). It is the intention of the Board of Supervisors to decide which of Lhe bids submitted is the highest, on the basis of the .total interest cost over the life of the issue, less the premiums. if any, specified in the bid. Proposals .slould be addressed to the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, and should be plainly marked "Proposal for County General Obligation Negotiable Notes or Certificates ,of Indebtedness". and should be filed with the Clerk of said Board on or prior to the date and hour herein named. Each bid mus be ac- Roadway Items The first charges to be im-IFOR SALE: 197(} Volkswagen, Lump Sum L.S. Removal of poed under this resolution shall $1295. Phone 888-2041. Old Bridge "A" be based ,upon the first mon,th's [1/191w Lump Sun] L.S. Removal of read,lag taken after the acquisi- Old B,ridgc "B" tion and construction of the ]FOR SALE: 1966 Rambler, 6 cyl., 60.0.0 Cu. Yd. Unclassified Ex- cava.tion  FM) 609.0 Sta. Yd. Haul of Exca- vation (F'M) Bridge Items 1.280.0 L.F. Treated Timber Piles 4.{) Each P.C. Cone. Cap for 19' Span for Std. PC-1924(B (End Unit) 4.0 Each P.C. Cone. Cap for 19' Span for Std. PC-1924(B) (Int. Unit) 12.0 Each 19' P.C. Cone. Span companied by a cashier's check, fr Std. PC-1924(A) (Int. Uni.t) cextified check or exchange, is-t 4.0 Unit P.C. Cone. Wings for sued or certified by a bank lo- jP.C. Conc. Span for Std. PC- coted in the State of Missis- 1924(F) sippi, payable to Wilklnsonl 228.0 L.F. Beam Type Railing County, Mississippi, in the [ with Cone. Post for Std. PC- amount :of Six Hundred Ten 11924(A) Dollars ($610.00), as guarantee 50.0 Ton Dry Rip,rap. Class 1 that the bidder ,will carry out Contract Time: 50 Working his contract ,and purchase the Days general obliga,tion negotiable notes or certificates of indebt- edness, if his bid is accepted. If the successful bidder fails ,to purchase the general obligation negotiable ,notes or certificates of indebtedness pursuan.t to his bid and contract, the amount of such ,good faith check shall be ,retained by the Board of Supervisors and covered into ,the proper funds of the County as liquidated damages for such failure. The said Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County reserves ,tte right to reject any and all bids submitted. These general obligation ne- gotiable notes or certificates of indebtedness .are offered sub- ject to the unqualified approval of the legality thereof by he law firm of Watkins, Pyle, Lud- lain. Winter and Stennis, Suite 1347 Deposit Guaranty Bank Buildin,, Jackson. Mississippi 39205. or any bond aorney se- lected by purchaser, whose fee is to :be paid by the purchaser, and the purchaser should in- form himself of the amount of this fee before bidding for ,the gene,,al obligation negotiable notes or certificates of indebt- edness. The County will pay the fee of the local ttorneys and will pay for the printing and the validation of the .general oblige,lion negotiable ,notes or certificates of indebtedness. De- livery of the general oblige`lion nego, noves or certificates or indebtedness will be made to .the purchaser within seventy- five (75) days after the date of sale at a place to be .desig- nated by the purchaser without cos, t to the purchaser. By order of the Board of Su- pervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, ,this 9th. day of January, 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Clerk of the Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors 1/12/2w Ga, System and its connection i auto. sl]ift. 4-door sedan, one ,o ,the premises .o be charged." [ owner. $409 cash. Phone 645- Ie amendcd to read as Iol- 5856. Centrevllle. ]ow. : 1/19/4wp "Section 1: ]BRACE yourself for a thrill the That rates and charges for first time you use Blue Lustre. lhe use and services of the nat- to clean rugs. Rent electric ural gas ystem (hereinafter sometimes called the "Gas Sys- tem") of t,he Town of Centre- ville Mississippi, be and are hereby established. Said rates and charges shall be made and collected agains.t each customer for Std. PC-19241A) (Curb Unit) who shall directly or indirectly 36.0 Each -9' P.C. Conc. Span receive gas from .said Gas Sys- tem. The rates and charges shall be based upon the quantity of ,gas used by each consumer, as measured by ,the gas meer. The charges shall be corn- shampooer $1. Ben Franklin Store HOUSE FOR SALE: Carter Sub- division. 3-bedroom. 2-batl. large den and kitchen. Spacious lot. Call 888-2721 for appoint- ment. MOBILE HOMES---Custom made, new and used. Repr. Boise- Cascade Manuf. Co., winner of 1971 national award. Member M.H.M.A. Kaigler Enterprises, L. N. Kaigler, Woodville, Miss.. NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received ,by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in the Board Room of the Court- house in Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon ,on Tuesday, the 6th. day of February, 1973, to pur- chase for cash for the use of the Third Supervisor's Separate Road District, one (1) triple tag- along trailer, 32,000 pound ca- pacity, 96 inches wide, overall lerg,th at least 21'-6",. equipped ,with 12 800 x 14.5-12 ply tires. The Boszd reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 1/12/4w The State of Mississippi. To Donald Joseph Naylor. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Cou/'t of .the County of Wilkinson in said State, on the third Monday of February, A. D., 1973, to defend .the Suit No. 5976 in said Court of Janet Linda West Naylor wherein you are the defendant. This 9th day of January, A.D 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 1/12/3w Board Of Supervisors Of Wilkinson County Section 900 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Se,aled bids' will be received by (he Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County at Woodville, Mississippi, until 11 a.m. Feb. 13, 1973, and shortly thereafter pub- licly opened, for Construction of gallon negotiable notes or cer- 2 Bridges over Silver Creek. on tiftcates of Indebtedness bear- 0.021 miles of county highway ln,g interest a't ,a rate or rates on Silver ,Creek Road, located likewise ,to ;be designa.ted in .in Section 4. Towns'hip 3 North, their ,bids; pxovided, however, [ Range 1 Wes.t, Wilkinson County, that all general obligation he-known as Brldge Project No. 1 gotiable notes or certificates of IDistrict No. 5, Wilkinson County. indebtedness of the same me- Principal i(ems of work .are turl, ty shall bear l,nterest a.t the,[ approximately as follow: putcd on a monthly basis. Cus- tomers shall be divided into .two phone 888-5501. classes: /0/27/if 1. Residential and Small Corn- FOR SALLY: Angus bulls, 4 to 7 mercial .-- ,Any customer usin,g years old, $600 and up. Polled Basis Of Award: The award !less than 100 MCF per month. Hereford bulls. 2 ,to 3 years old. if .made. will be made to the lowes*t qualified bidder on the basis of published quantll;ie,s. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Chan- cery Clerk, Wilkinson County, Woodville. Mississippi, and in the office of John D. McCraine. Wilkinson C Gun ty Engineer, Woodville. Mississippi. Plans and proposals may be secttrcd from Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Chart- Next 7,000 C.,F. at $0.90 per MCF cery Clerk of Wilkinson County, [ Next; 10,000 C.F. at $0.80 per MCF at Woodville. Miss.. upon pay-tAll over 20,00.0 C.F. at $0.70 per men( of $1020, which will not I MCF be refunded. Large Commercial Certified check or bid bond First 100.000 C.F. a,t $55.00 (min- for five percent (5%) of ,total bid. payable to Wilkinson Coun- ty, must acc,ompany each pro- posal. Bidders are hereby notified that any p.roposal accompanied by le.tters qualifying in any manner he condi, tion under which rthe proposal is tendered, will be considered an irregular bid. and such proposal will not be considered in maki,ng the 2. CommeTcial -- Any customer $600 up. using mor, e than 1(}0 MCF per month. The following rate schedules are established for the abox, e classes of customers: Residential And Small Commercial First 1.000 C.F. at $2.20 (mini- mum monthly bill) Next 2.000 C.F. at $1.00 per MCF imum monthly bill) All over 100,000 C.F. at $0.55 per MCF Neeess,ary adjustments or charges caused by a misclassfi- cation of customers shall 'be made at the end of ,each fiscal year." This Ordinance shall become effective and after Feb- ruary 2. 1973. The foregoing Ordinance was Treppendahl Farms, Phone 888-6892. 1/12/if FOR SALE: Chifforobe and iron double bed with new mattress and springs, ideal }or young girl's room. Also trundle bed, 6-space Early American gun cabinet, and other household odls and ends. Con`tact Mrs. Bill ,Martin, old Chapman home on Howard St., Centrev]lle. 1/12/2w FOR SALE: 12 x 60 ft. Mobile home. 2-bedroom, central bee)t, separate dining room. Call 645- 505, Centreville, after 5 p.m. 1/19/2w LOST: Hub cap off Buick car in the neighborhood of Mrs. W. V. Morris'. If found, please notify James L. Anthony or call 888-4565. 12/2/2w BOCKING General Merchandise, award. The Board reserwes the right ,to reject any and all bids. Tom Ashley 5th District Supervisor Wilkinson County, Mississippi Steve Reed. Pres. Board of Supervisors Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 1/19/4w AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AN ORDINANCE Establishing Rates And Charges For The Services Of The Natural Gas System Of The Town Of Centrevillc, Mississippi Be It Ordained by .the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Centreville in council Grocery, Notary Public, Book- reduced o writink, in,troduced, keeping, Tax Service. cosmetics, ]ead. considered and voted .(hoes. clothing, feeds, seam- upon Section by Section and as .a whole; ,the vote on eac and all of the Sections and upon the Ordinance as a whole 'was taken by "Yea" and "Nay" vote. those voting "Yea" being Aldermen Z. E. Bell. C. C. Germany, Jr., stress. We invi.te your business. Cheapest prices in town--never undersold. Even `though crippled since August 4, 1972. I will give you the same service as always, although am unablc to give de- livery service a presen,t. Good John Rollins, and Iverson Me- .. ,, _ .service and good w, ork our spe- Key, Those voting ay Deingl ' 1 none. Absent and -^* ..... ,cm ty, and trying to please you u v,uaus is our aim. Bring me your tax A. K. Van Cleave. ,. ^ I paprs accounting, notaryl and Ordained this the 2rid d,5 , . January, A. D., 1973 bookkeeping work. Located in convened that the Ordinance do ,hereby certify hat the an- styled "An Ordinance Establish- nexed and foregoing is a true Fred L. Hetzler, Mayor Attest: M. E. Erstling Clerk's Certification State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson I. M. E. Erstin,g, Clerk of the Town of Centreville. Mississippi, side alley across Main St.. Cen- trevilte, from .Crown. Service Station bus stop. Mabel D. Book- ing, Booking General Merchan- ctise, Grocery, Notary Pu*blic, P. O. Box 9456. Cen,trevllle, Miss,, Phone 1-601-645-5198. 1/12/2,w POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby ing Rates and Charges for the and correc copy of an Ordi- posted against all ,trespassing Services of the Natural Gas nonce passed by ,the Mayor ad land hunting dogs. Violators will System of The Towr of Cen.tre- Bard of Aldermen of the Town be prosecuted to the fullest ex- vtlle, Mississippi:" and appear- of Cen.treville in council con- ten,t of the law. Trespassers do ing in the Ordinance Book of vened on Tuesday, J, an,uary 2, so at their own rhk. the Town of Centreville on 1973. as recorded in Mlnu, te Book 9/29/6mp Delos Floyd Page 351. as amended, be amended as follows, to-wit: That Secti.on 1 reading as fol- low,s: "Section 1. That rates ,and charges for the use and services of the nat- ural gas sys(em h, ereinaf.ter sometimes called the "Gas Sys- .tern") of the Town of Centre- ville, Mississippi, be and are hereby established. Said rate.s 6, Page 122-123. Witness ,my signature and of- ficial seal of the Town of Cen- treville. Mississippi. this the 1Oth day of January, 1973. M. E. Erstling, Clerk (Seal) 1/19/lw CLASSIFIED ADS a'nd charges shall .'be made and HELP WANTED: Mechanic's collected against each customer helper and truck driver. Write who shall directly or indirectly Box 696, Wood'llle, givm, age, receive gas frmn said Gas Sys- marital status and expeYienee. tern. The ra.tes and charges shall be based upon the quantity of ,.,as used by each consumer, as measured by the gas meter. The charges shall :be com- puted on a monthly basis. Cus- omers shall be divided into two classes: 1. Residential and Small Com- mercial Any cus,tomer using le.s than 100 MCF per month. 2. Commercial -- Any customer using more than 109 MCF per month. The following .rate schedules are establis,hed for the above classes of customers: Residential And Small Commercial First 1.000 C.F. a,t $2.00 (mini- ,mum monthly bill). Next 2,000 C.F. a,t $0.90 per MCF Next 7,0{)0 C.F. at $0.80 per MCF Next 10,000 C.F. at $0.70 per MCF All oer 20,000 C.F. at $0.60 per MCF Large Commercial F, irst 100,000 C.F. at $50.00 (min- imum monthly bill). All ,6ver 100,00,0 C.F. at $0.50 per ' MCF Necessary adjustments or charges caused by a misclassifi- cation of eustomers shall be made at the end of each fiscal year. POSTED: All ]ands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- lng or otherwise trespasng. MAlton Wheeler anci 11/24/3mp Maxie Sttrgeon POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. Hogs or dogs on property will be shot. Mrs. Rosa E. Ward 12/22/6w and C. E. Ward, Jr. POST00: All lands owned FOR SALE: 80 acres of land the undersilned are hereby situated in Wilkinson County posted alainst all hunting, fish- on  Thompons Creek adjacent ing or otherwise trespassing. .to Shamrock Ranch. John Willie Hazlip and Joe ttazllp ]Parker, Rt. 1, Box 272, Cene- 11/3/3m ville. Miss. ': Longview Plantation 1/5/2w is hereby posted against all FOR SALE: 3 b'edroom house, hunting, fishlrg or oherwise store and approximately 5 trespassing. Violators will be acres of land located on Ft. prosecuted. Adams Road across from Lake ll/10/6mp M,,s. Carolyn H. Cage Mary turn,off. Ideal for court,try home. Contact 442-4272, Natch- ez. Miss. 1/5/4w COASTAL HAY in 3 ton stacks, $75 per stack; DALLIS and BAHIA. $70 per s,.taek, plus $1 per mile for delivery ,to your feed area. FAIRAR FARM, Laurel Hill, 635-3911. 1/5/4w POSTED: The Lessley Tact o the Moth,an Estate, better known as the Clark Place, lo- cated in Vilkinson Coun, ty and leased by the undersigned is hereby posted all hunCh- ing, fishing or otherwise tres- passing. Trespassers will ,be prosected. ll/3/6mp C. Earl Cage POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted a,gnst all hunng, fishing or otherwise Mrs. W. V. Morris and ll/3/3mp Gordon L, Morris POSTED: All lands owned or leased by the undersigned, in- cluding Oakwood Ranch, Egart Place. John T. Jett Place, and the Netterville Place are hereby strictly posted against all hunt- in, g, fishing or otherwise tres- passing, including fox hunting. 3/30/71 Charles Whetstone POSTED All lands owned or controlled by H. E. Smith or Robert Harold Smith are tercby posted against all hunting, flsh- ing or otherwise trespassing.