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Friday, February 16, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississipp; ...... :i /i : ,. :: ........ I/IL i, i ,, , ,, i/ , COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES by John 3.' Dale, Jr. CORN WEED CONTROL m ,etting ready for planin Atrazine and simazine on- our 1973 row crops is to smooth tlnue to be the real corn weed control workhorses, but there are some, other important herbi- c'.des that need to be considered for pecial situations. Farmers who have both nut- grass and johnsolgrass p,rob- lems may wish to try the Sutan- atrazinc mixture. When sed in combination with fall plowing and dirking, this herbicide com- bination will :.)reatly reduce these two problems. Neither atrazine nor stmazine do a ,?;cod job of controlling on the 23rd day of January, twill be made to rthe purchaser i pickup, equipped with 360 V8 v 1973; within seventy-five (75) days/engine .heavy duty rear step I CLASSIFIED ADS Now. Therefore, all persons after the date of sale. at a bumper. 650 x 16 6 ply tires a, nd I STRAY: I ,have a stray black having a claim or claims against place to be designated by. the ] tubes, air cleanec, clutch 11". 3 yeaxling, about 400 lbs., in my said Estate are hereby notified and required to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk :of the Chaflcery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, out rutted fields just as soon as pos.slble. This is especially within" six (6) months after the first publication of this Notice true on heavy land lhat should not be worked late in the spring. It is going to lake some chis- eli,ng and disking td help fill in the ruts and break up com- pacted zones. FORAGE AND BEEF SEMINARS There will be two Forage and Rof Seminars held in our area during the month of February. The meetings will be held in I::roadleaf signalgrass or John- Natchez at the Extension Bullfl- 3n.grass. Lasso should be used ing cu Thursday, Februmry 22. in this case. Lasso. an excel- at 1:30 p.m. and in McComb at lent grass and pigweed herbi- the Magnolia Power Ass0cia- cide. gives control of signalgrass ,anti seedling johnsongrass and does no normally leave harm- ful 'residues that damage crop planted th following fall or spring. For a sound c0Tn weed con- trol pro-gram, determine what you.r weed' problems are. check to Creditors. A failuxe LO SO pro- bate a,nd reTister said claim or claims within said time will forever bar the same. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto se my hand this the 23rd day of January, 1973. Mrs. I.eonora Curry Redhead Executrix Of The E,:tate Of' Robert McGehee Redhead,. Deceased Adams, Forman. Truly, Ward. Smith & Bramlette crop rotational requirements, tlcn from management of the Sealed proposal will be re- and evaluate the danger of drift herd will be topics of discussion, ceived by the Board of Super- in using 2.4-D. Every cattlemn should re,eke visors of Wilkinson County, Mis.- GET READY an effort to attend one of these sissippi, at the CourtJhouse in One of the first jobs needed seminars, the Town of Woodville. Missis- ' sippi, until 2 o'clock P.M. on [ kinson County, Mississippi, on Tuesday, the 20th. day of Febru- the 29th day of January, A. D., ary, 1973, a,t which time the said 7 [1973, all .perzons having claims bids will be publicly opened for against said Estate are hereby the purchase, at not less than ..... notified to ,have the same pro- .par and accrued interest, of bated, registered and allowed by the above general obligation NOTICE TO CREDITORS the Clerk of said Court within bonds .of Wilkinson County, Letters Testamentary having six (6) months, or the same will Mississippi. purchaser wi,thout cost to the lpeed bransmissi,on, and axles purchaser. 12750 front, rear 3300 lb. The By order of the Board of Su-IBoard to reserve the righi to pervisors of Wilkinson County, reject any and all bids. Mississilopi, this 6th. day of Tt]is 6th. day of February, February, 1973. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon '1 Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk Clcrk of Lhe Wilkinson County 2 9/4w Board of Supervisors 2/9/2w t .NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of A1- The United States District Court, Southern District f dermen of the Town of Wood- ville. Miss.. will receive bids up Mississippi, Jackson Division to 7 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, Texas Oil & Gas Corp. March 6. 1973. for the purchase Complainant o,f one 1) Refuse Packer Body, V. Civil Ac'tion approximately 13-yrd capacity, No. 4670 to be m.ount)ed on l/-ton truck John Q. Adams chassi:s to be supplied by Town. Defendant Bids st .ould include cost of body, Solicitors NOTICE OF SALE UNDER power takeoff, hydraulic pump, 2/2/3w EXECUTION and mounting. A copy of speci- NOTICE OF A GENERAL Amount of Judgment - lice(ions may be obtained at the $105,977.80 Town Hall, Town of Woodville. lien Building on Wednesday, OBLIGATION BOND SALE . February 21. at 1:30 p.m. Most $170,000.00 j .By virtue of an execution, to The Board reserves the right of the cattlemen in Wilkinson Wilkinson County, Mississippi, "[ me directed by Robert C. Thom-lto reject any and all bids. . County would probably pro.for to For Constructing An Annex | as. Clerk for the United States t Frances Townsend, Clerk attend t,he meeting in Natchez To The Courthouse Including A| DistrictDistrict CoUrtof Mississippi,fr the Southexn 12/9/4 wJackson on Thursday, February 22, since Jail In Said Annex, Remodeling lDivision. I will on the 5,th day NOTICE OF BIDS this is slip sale day in Natchez. I The Courtroom, Repairing The[o f March, 1973 at 1:00 o'clock The Mayor and Board of AI- Pasture grass species, for(ill-I Said Courthouse, And Equipping p.m., at the Wilkin,son County dermen ,of the Town of Wood- zation, and maximum produc- Said Annex And Courthouse Courthouse, Woodville Missis- ville, Miss.. will receive bids up been granted on the 22nd day be forever barred. ,of January, 1973, by he Chan- ,cery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, to the undersignect upon tke' Estate of Wilhelmin.a D. McKay of Portsmouth, Vir- ginia, dceased, notice is here- by given to all persons having claims against said estate ,o :Present the same o the clerk of said Con,r( for probate and / registration according to law within :six (6) months of the date of the first publication of this notice, or they will be for- ever ,barred. This 22nd ,day of January, 1973. 'Charles Edward McKay ;Executor of ,the Estate of Wilhelmina D. McKy Ri.ta Elizabeth McKay Johnson Executor of ,the Estate of Wilhelmina D. McKay " _ Mulhearn and Mulhearn This the 29th day of January, A. D.. 1973. Leroy Nettles, Adminisbrator 2/2/4w NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson To: Joh,nnie B. Hamilton, A non-re.siden,t of the State of Mississippi, w,hose Post Office and Street Address is: 729 Avenue B, Port Allen, Solicitors Chancery Clerk 202 W, all Street 2/2/4 Natchez, Mississippi 39120 1/26/4w NOTICE TO CREDITORS -- Whereas, Letters Testamen- NOTICE TO CREDITORS tory on the Estate of Robert Letters of Administration upon McGehee Redhead, Deceased. the Estate of J'ames H. Nettles, were granted and issued to the .:, .Deceased, having been granted undersigned, Mrs. Leonora Curry .and issued to the undersigned Redhead, by the Chancery Court by the Chancery Court of Wil- of Wilkinson Cou,nty, Mississippi, Said bonds are to bear date of April 1, 1973, are to be of de- nominations of $1,000.00 each, and shall bear interest at a rate or rates to be determined pur- suant to sale of said bonds, not to exceed six per cent (6%) per a,nnum, payable sen]i-annually, on April 1 and October 1 in each year. Both principal of and interest on said bonds shall be payable at a bank to be r),, i , /,j i' designated by the pucrchaser, subject to approval by the Louisiana Board of Supervisors, and said You are Lsummoned to appear bends shall mture serially on before the Chancery Court of April 1 in each year of the years Wilkinson County, Mississippi, as follows: on the Third Monday of 'May, $10.{}00.00 in 1974. 1975, 1976, A, D., 1973, to dfend Suit No. 1977 nd 1978 5980, in said Court of An Mes- $12,{}00.00 in 1'979. 1980, 198,1, senger Hamilton, wherein you 192, 1983, 1984, 19.85, 1986, 1987 are a Defendant. and. 1988 This the 26th day of January, Bidders are reques,ted to des- A. D., 1973. ignate in their bid the price Alonzo H. Sturgeon they will pay for bonds bemring I I I I I II Smart new seven-horse way to short-cut lawn maintenance, Mowing or moving snow, the new seven-horse Ford lawn tractor saves time and work. Cush,, ioned seat makes operation a breeze. Optional electric starting. There's a wide range of equip ment to match your job needs. All can be quickly changed in a matter of minutes. The new Ford 70 or 75 can help you enjoy more summer fun, for a surprisingly modest invest-, I:nent. Terms available. sipi, within legal hours .of sale to 7 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, offer for .ale and will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash the following described real p,roperty. Defendant John Q. Adams owns an undivided .04780 royalty lterest in the following de,ribed pr0perty: From the corner comm,on to Sections 40, 41 & 47, Township 2 North, ,Range 4. West, Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, go southwesterly along the line common to Sections 41 & 47 for 803.0 feet. thence noth'westerly March 6. 1973. to sell to the highest bidder for cash, as is. the following items: One used Ford garbage truck. One used Ford tractor. The Board reserves the righ.t to reject any and all bids. Frances Townsend Clerk 2/9/4w NOTICE OF BIDS The Wilkinson County Bomrd of Education will receive sealed bids at the office of the County at right angles f, or 500.0 feet, uperintendent of Education an- thence East for 330.0 eet to a til 5:00 o'clock 2).m., Friday, point on the East line of Lot March 2, 1973, for purchase of 4 of Section 41, said point 16 items of cafeteria equipment hereinafter referred to s the for William Winans Attendance point of beginnin.g', thence south Center. Finch ,/ttendance Cen- for 330.0 feet, thence west for 1320.0 feet. thence north for 132C).0 feet. thence east f.r 1320.0 feet to the East line of Lot 4. thence south along the East line of Lot 4 for 990.0 feet to the point of begi'nn'lng, said tract containing 40.0 acres and being situated in Sections 41 and 44, Township 2 North, Range 4 West. Wilkinson Coun- ty, Mississippi, liml,ted to the interval ,between the s.urf.acF of the earth and a depth of 8,522 feet, .'the depth to which the H. D. Baker. et el, Rosenblatt No, 1 was drilled. Defendant also owns a 1/348 mineral interest under the fol- pasture. G,wner may claim 'by See the new Ford 70 now. FORD TRACTOR identifyin, and paying coshs. 2/163w J" N. Miller, phone 888-5215. _., FOR longer wear keep ear.ets clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1, Ben Franklin Stare. FOR SALE: 1966 Chevrolet Pick- up, .-ton, short whel base. fleet-side, maroon, positive .la'.ac- lion rear end, 292 6-cylinder, 4-speed ran:smission. Pho n e 645-5190 after 3 p.m. 2,/16/2w FOR SA,LI: Missi:sippi Note Cards. The W, oodville Jaycettes have reordered the note crds that were sold several months ago. These cards are very pretty with historic scenes of Missts- i sippi on them. We have had several xequests for these and now have them for sale. There are 12 note cards at a cost of $1.50 per box. If you are inter- ested in purchasing some, please contact M n. Shirley Ragsdale or any ther Jaycet,te. 2/9/2w HELP WNTED: Hardwood Lpmber nspector. Must be thoroughly eperienced steady and sober. Good Position and 00HOhhE00 by Marjorie White, Home Agent WE NEED TO CUT FAT CONSUMPTION Fat con:sumptlon in the United States is at .an all-time high, At the santo tim, we are rasp- ing at every new fad and for- mula diet we hear about. We torture ourselves to lose weight, and then continue to consume fat at a recsrd rate. Perhaps one of the reasons for 'this paradox is that much. of the fat we eat is hidden fat. Fat "sneaks" into our die when we eat milk, eggs, meat, poultry and fish. There is also fat in baked goods, n cookies, candy and ice cream, in potato chips, French fries and ,fish sbicks. In fact, almost two-tlrds of the fat we eat.As in the :form of hidden fat. How much fat are we eting pay and steady employment fox in the U. S. today? On the av- rht man. Write P. O. Box 696, erage more than 40 percent of Woodville, Miss. 39669. 2/9. '5w Seal Tract01 Co. l (.... Woodv,lle, Mnss. INCOME TAX Assistance. The und:erIgned will assist in pep- aration of Federal and State income tax forms at home after 5 p.m. weekdays and all day Saturdays. Dorsey Trevilli0n, P,h. 888-3251. 2/2/8w FOR SALE: G-E natural gas fired Clother Dryer in good condition. Also one Chrysler Air Temp 12,090 B.T.U. window unit with 2 years on warran,ty. Call 888-6455. 1/26/4w ter and Wilkinson County Train- ing School. Complete plans and specifica- tions on all sixteen item.s may be obtained from the office of FOR SALE: Woodville Business, the County Superintendent ell" established in 1936. Sale to Education, Woodville. Missis-1 include building and equipment, sippi. [ The Bomrd reserves the rig hi or equipment alone. For more o reject any or all ,bids. information phone 888-2411 or 888-3631, Woodville. Bernard Waites 1/26/tf Executive Secretary Wilkinson County Board HOUSE FOR SALE: Cartex Sub  of Education division. 3-bedxuom, 2-bath, 2/16/3w large den ,ad klthen. Spacious lot. Call 888-2721 for appolvtt- EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE men(. TO CREDITORS Of Charles S. Cumbo, Deceased LUZIE COSMETICS: To buy or Letters Testamentary having 11, call 888-322 or 888-6675, n]terest at a ra,te or rates like- lowing land situate in Wilkin- wise to be designated in t,heir son County, Mississippi, and the been granted on the 12th. d,ay 2/2/8w , bids: provided, however, that following lands will al:o be of February, A. D., 19%, by the POSTI!D: Longview PlantatiOn all bonds of the same maturi,ty offered fox sale to the highest Chancery Court of Wilkinson is hereby posted against all shall bear interes at the same and best bidder for cash. to-wlt: C, eunty, Mississippi, to the an- h,unting, fishing o'r otherwise dersigned .as executrix of the trespassing. Violators will be Estate of Charles S. Cumbo, de- prosecuted. 'ceased, in Cause No. 5985, no- ll/10/6mp Mrs. Carolyn H. Cage lice .is .hereby given to all per- sons having claims against said FOR SALE: Angus bulls, 4 to ? estate to present 'the same to years old, $600 and rip. Polled the Clerk of said Court for pro- Hereford bulls, 2 o 3 years old, bate, regiztrtion and allowance $600 up. Treppendahl Farms, according to law wifldn six (6) P,hone 888-6892. \\; montl iiom (.his dte or they 1/12/tf will be forever barred. This 12 day of February, A. D., 1973. Eulalie H. Cumbo. Executrix is vested ,by ,the:e proceedings. POSTED: The Lessley Tact o*f the Morgan Este,, betx rate. which shall be a multiple All of Section 42, containing of one-eiflth of one per centum 352 acreS; all of Section 41 con- (Va of 1%). raining 505 acres; all of Sec- t( is the intention of the tion 36, containing 350 acres; Board of Super:visors to decide all of Section 48, containing 294 which of the bids submitted is acres and all being in Township the highest, on the .basis of the 2 North, Range 4 West; contain- total in,terest cost over the lifelin$ 1151 acres, moe or less. of 'the ssue, less the premiums, if any, specified in the 'bid. The above property was and Proposals should be addressed,is hereby levied on a.s the prop- to the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Missi,sslppl, and should be plainly marked "Proposal for County General Obli.gation Bonds", and should be filed width the Clerk of solid Boaxd on or prior o he dte erty of Vhe Defendant John Q. Adams and will be, sold to sa'tisfy the said judgment above men- tioned. The title to this property is believed o be ,good, but I 2/16/3w will convey only such title as known as the Clark Place, lo- cated in Wilkinson Ooun,y and leased by the u.ndrsigned is hereby posted aatnst all h.un- ing, fishing or otherwise tres- passin,g. Trespassers wi,ll be prosecuted. ll/3/6m,p C. Earl Cage Huntinu Camp POSTED All hunting and fishing on lands leased and controlled by Lessley lhmting Camp is prohibited. Said lands are posted and patrolled: Vio- lators will be prosecuted. Lessley Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Service! Witness My Signature, thi.s the 31st day of January, 1973. Jack T. Stuart United States Marshal 2/9/3w NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by the Board o.f Supervisors of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, in the Boaxd Room of he Court- house in Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, te 6th. day of March, 1973, o purchase for cash for the use of the Third Sup grvlsor's Separate R o a d Dist:rict, one (1) crawler tractor wth diesel engine in the 100 H.H. range, with direct electric ;starting (with direct dri'e transmission) (with power shift transmission), with hydraulic control unit, straight bulldozer blade hydraulic .tilt cylinde and with steel canopy cab. The Board to reserve the rifht to reject any and all bids. February, Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 2/9/4w NOTICE TO MOTOR VEHICLE AGENCIES ffealed ,bids will be xecelved by the Board of Su,pervisors o W, ll- kinson' County, Misisslppi,'= in t,he Boaxd Room of She Court L house in, Woodville, Mississippi, up to oon on Tuesday, ,the 6th. day of March, 1973, to purchase for cash for he tseof the Third Supervisor s Separate Road 'and hour herein named Each bid must be accompa,nied by a cashier's check, certified check or exchange, issued or certified by a bank located in the State of Mississippi, payable o WI- kinson County, Mississippi, in the amount of Three Thousand Four Hundred Twen.ty-five Dol-I lars ($3,425.00), as guarantee I th,at the bidder will carry out his contraot and purchase the. bonds, if his bid is accepted. If "the successful .bidder fails .to purchase the bonds pursuant to his :bid and contract, the amoun,t of such good faith check ,.hall be retained by the Board of Supervisors and covered into the prope funds of the County as liquidated damages for such failure. The said Board of Super- visors of Wilkinson County re- serves the right .to reject any and all bids submitted. These bonds are offercd sub- our caloric ln, take is fat. How much do we need? bOl, 20 percent ,according to nutrition- ists. That 20 percent would fr- nish enough of the essential fatty acids to take care of our bodys needs. W, here to .cut down is the lJroblem. With much of the ft we eat, it .is hard ,to know jUst "here to start. When .fat is com,btned in a food tha; con- rains other essential nutrients, this is a poor place .to start cutting down This is the case with mea't, dairy ,and poultry foods. We need ,he nutrierts in these foods to stay healthy, The best place to start reducing fat in the diet .is with the foods hat c,on,firibute at and lttle else. This would include table fats, snack oocl.s, beverages. cooking fats and other edible fats and oils. MOBILE HOCustom made, new and used, lepr. Boise- Cascade Man,uf. Co., of 1971 ntional award. Member M.H.M.A. Ialgler . Enterrprtses, . L. N. Kalgler, WoodPile, Miss.,. phone 888-5501. t0/27/tf POSTED: All lands owned by the undersln.ed are  hereby posted against all bunting, fish-, in,g or otherwise trespassing., lilton Wheeler 11/24/3mp Maxie Sturgeon All lands owned or controlled ,by H. E. Smith or Robert Harold Sraith are hereby posted against all hunting, fsh- " irtg or o,thewise trespassing. 12/8/6n Be Sure---- ,... nsure With FOSTER , Insurance Age6cy, 888-4362, Woodville ) ject to .the unqualified approval This 6th. day of of the legality .thereof by the 1973. law frm of Watkins, Pyle, Lud- lam, Winter and Steni.s, Suite 1347 Deposit &uaranty Bank Build, rig, Jackson Mississippi 39205, or any bond torney selected by purchaser, whose fee is to be paid by the pur- chaser, and! the purdhaser .s.hould inform .himself of the amount of this fee before bid- din.g for ,the ,bonds. The Coun.ty will pay the fee of the local atorneys and will pay forthe printing ad the validation of rthe .bonds. Delivery 'of the:bonds District, one (1) F100 133" W. B, LOANS From $100 to $5i000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Spedalty. Payments Reduced As Much As Vs to V= And Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Depot Street Finance, Inc. Phone 888-2011 Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager r Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRI( FORD,