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FrMay, February 23, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi Page 7 " ........................................ I" ......... Courthouse. Woodville Missis- to 7 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, C OUNTY AGENT'S NOTES sipi, within legal hours of sale March 6. 1973. to sell to the offer for .sale and will sell to highest bidder for cash. as is. by John 1. Dale, If. tl]e highest and best bidder for the following items: cash the following described ......................................... " , ,,--,, , - - - ,, ,, . , , , - . , One used Ford garbage truck. real p,roperty. Defendant John One used Ford tractor. SMALL GRAIN I season. It would be a good idea Q. Adams owns an undivided The Board reserves the right WEED CONTROL , to book mixed fertilizers now or .CCG4709 roy.'flty in,terest in the to reject any and all bids. flay in a supply if you have following decribed property: Competition from broadleaf j adequate storage. Frances Townsend, Clerk Weeds will reduce yields of small From the corner co:much to 2 9/4w grains. Weeds often become Prices are also likely to be Sections 40. 41 & 47. Township serious problems even .with good more favorable now than at 2 North. R'ulge 4 West. Wilkin- NOTICE OF BIDS cultural practices as some weed.sl the peak use sea.on when son Counl,y, Mississippi, go The Wilkinson County Boaxd are favored by the same man-I supplies become tight, southwesterly along the line of Education will receive sealed gement practices that favor I Nitrogen fertilizer will also common to Sections 41 & 47 for bids at the office of the County small grains, be in short supply during the 803.0 feet. thence northwesterly Superintendent of Education un- Chemicals rec,cmmended fo,r peak use season due to the at right angles for 500.0 feet, til 5:00 o'clock p.m., Fr.iday, energy crisis. Natural gas is thence East for 330.0 feet to a March 2. 1973 for purchase of weed control in .small grains used in the manufacture of point on the East line of Lot 16 items of cafeteria equipment i n e 1 u d e 2.4-D. 2.4.5-T and nitrogen fertilizers. 4 of Section 41. said point for William Winans Attendance dicamba 2.4-D is more effective on dock and less effective than TREES LIKE GOOD LAND hereinafter referred to as the Center, Finch ,Attendance Con- point of beginning, thence south ter and Wilkinson County Train- 2,4.5-T. Where all three weeds occur in the same field, better If you are an owner of land for 330.0 feet, thence west for ing School. Weed control will be obtained that you canno.t look after 1320.0 feet. thence north for Complete plans and specifica- with a mixture of one half closely, putting timber on that 1320.0 feet. thence east four 1320.0 tlons on all sixteen items may land 'could well be your best feet to the East line of Lot 4. be obtained from the office of acre.Pund 2.4.5-T and 2.4-D per bet. Research has  shown that thence south along the East the County Superintendent of trees will grow two and a half line of Lot 4 for 990.0 feet to Education, Woodville, Missis- Small grains can be damaged times as much merch.antable the point of beginning, said sippi. by 2.4-D. Timing of application timber in 17 years on goo8 land tract containing 40.0 acres and The Board reserves the' right ls impoxtant so that damage as an poor land. But they will being situated in Sections 41 to reject any or all 'bids. Will be reduced. From germi- grow enough timber on the and 44, Township 2 North. Bernard Waites nation to tile four leaf stage, poor land to show a profit. Range 4 West, Wilkinson Court- Executive Secretary small grains are susceptible to ty, Missis.ippi, limited to the Wilkinson County Board damage. When tile plant is A.i. SHORT COURSE interval .between the surface of of Education fully tilled and is five to eight inches tall it is tolerant. From A'n a'rtlficial insemination the earth and a depth of 8.522 2/16/3w jointing through flowering it short course will be held .at feet. the depth to which the is .usceptible and from soft Mississippi State University for H. D. Baker, et el, Rosenblatt EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE dough stage to maturity it is both dairymen and beef cattle No. 1 was drilled. TO CREDITORS cngi.neerS.other ,helpa'ttrneys'deemedclerkSneces-and producers March 19-23. At-I Defendant also owns a 1,/348 Of Charles S. Cumbo, Deceased tolerant. Wheat is moxe tolerant tendance is limited to the fir.stlmineral interest under the fol- Letters Testamen,tary having-sary within the limits of the than barley, which is more 35 applicants. If interested, llowing land situate in Wilkin- been granted on the 12th. day appropriation fixed by the tolerant than oats. mail a $5 pre-registrati,an check ison County Mississippi, and the of February, A. D., 1973. by the Mayor and Board The salary FERTILIZER SUPPLIES with your application to George I following lands will al..so be Chance, ry Court of Wilkinson land compensation of such em- ployees shall be fixed by the . CraSh, leader, Extension Dairy offered far sale to ,the highest County, Mississippi, to the un- Mayor and Board and paid out Fertilizer may be short this Science Departmen,t, P. O Box and best bidder for cash, to-wit: dersigned as executrix of the of the Town Treasury as are Estate of Charles S. Cumbo, de- other officers and employees. 'sppring at the . peak of .the 5425, Mississippi State. Ms. 39762. 362Allacres:Of SectiOnall of Section2' containing41 con- ceased, in Cause No. 5985, no- The town Plan,ning Commission were gran,ted and issued to the ltaining 505 acres; all of Sec- .rice is hereby given to all per- may incur necessary expenses / uncersigned, Mrs. Leonora Curry I tion 36, containing 350 acres: sons having claims against said within the limits of its appro- Redhead, by the Chancery Court all of Section 48, containing 294 estate to present the same o priation to carry out its pur- er Wilkinson County, Mississippi, acres and all being in Township the Clerk of said Court for pro- poses and responsibility. on the 23rd day of January, 2 North. Range 4 West; contain- bate. regi..stration and allowance Section 5. Powers And Duties. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1973; .ing 1151 acres, more or less. according to law within six (6) The Planning Commission shall months lirom ,this date or they have the power and the duty Letters of Administration pon Now, Therefore, all persons The above proper, ty was and will be forever barred. to prepare and recommend to the Estate of James H. Nettles. having a claim or claims against is hereby levied on as the prop- This 12 day of February, A. D., the Mayor and Board for Deceased. having been granted said Estate are hereby notified lerty of the Defendant John Q. 1973. and issued to the undersigned and required to have the same Adams and will be sold to satisfy adoption a comprehensive plan by the Chancery Court of Wil- probated and registered by the bhe said judgment above men- Eulalie H. Cumbo fc,r the physic.al development of Executrix the Town of Centrevllle. Missis- klnson County, Mississippi, on Clerk ,of the Chancery Court of itched. The title to this property 2/16/3w the 29th day of January. A. D., 1973, all per.sons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified to ,have the same pro- bated, registered and allowed by said Planning Commission un- less .concurred in by not le:_s than a mqjority of all members comprising Lhc Planning Com- mission. Section 3. Organization And Rules. The Commissi,on shall elect a Chairman. a Vice-Clmir- man. and a Secretary .and may creal.e and fill such other offices as it, may seem necessary. The term of the Chairman. Vice- Chairman and Secretary shall be one year with elig;tbility for re-election. The Pl.anning Com- mission hall adopt rules for the transaction of business and shall keep a record of its reg- ulations, transactions, findings, and determinations, w h i c h record shall be a public record. The Planning Commission shall establish a time and place for holding regular monthly meet- ing.s and pxovisions for calling special meetings; and from time to time prescri,be such rules ,and regulations, not in- consistent with this ordinance or other ordinances, for its own organizations and pro- cedures as it may deem neces- sary and aplropriate. Section 4. Power To Employ Stall Tile Planning'Commission shall have the power and author!ty I,o employ planner.s, Wilkinson County, Mi.ssissippi, is believed' to be .good, bu,t I wt,thin six (6) months after the will convey only such title as first pu,bl.ication of this Notice is vested by these proceedings. to Creditors. A falltre to so pro- ] Witness My Signature. thi.s bate and r,egister said claim or the 31st day of January, 1973. NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson To: Fred D. Ross. a non-resident dividuals or corpor.ations and may expend such funds and carry out such cooperative undertakings and contracts. Section 6. Purposes Of Plan. In the prepa'ration of such plan, the Planning Commission shall make careful and comprehen- sive surveys and studies of present conditi,ens and future growth of the Town of Centre- ville, Mississippi, and with due regatrd to its relation to neigh- boring territory. The plan shall be made with the general pur- pose of guiding a:nd ,accom- plishing a coordinated, adjusted .and harmonious development of aid town and its environs which will. in accordance with present and future needs, best promote health, safety, mrale, order, convenience, prosperity, and general welfare, as well s efficiency and economy in the process of development; in- cludin'g among other things, adequate provisions .for traffic, tile promotion of safety from fire and other dangers, adequate provision for light and air, the promo,tion of healthful and convenient distributi,on of pop- ulaVion, the promotion of good civic design and r.rangement and wise and efficient ex- penditure of public fu,nds. Section 7. Subdivision Of Land. The Planning Commission may prepare and recommend o .the Board of Aldermen fr spaces, densi,ty of population, the loca`tion .and use of buildings, structures and land or trade, industry, residence and other purposes. Section 9. Uniformity Of Regulations. The Planning Com- mission may recommend the division of 'the municipality into districts of such number, size and area as may be deemed best suited to carry out the zoning plan. All such regulations shall ,be .uniform for each class or kind of build,lug throughout each district, but the regu- lations in one district may ,differ .from those in other ditxicts. Section 10. Comprehensive Plan-Purpose And Matters Con- sidered. Zoning regulations shall be made ,in accordance with a comprehensive plan and de- signed to lessen congestion in the streets: to secure safety from fire, panic and other dangers; to promote health and .the general welfare; to provide adequate light .and air; to pre- vent over-crowding ,of land; to avoid undue concentraVion of population; to facilitate She adequate,provisions of tranpor- ation, water, sewerage, '.schools, parks and other public wequire- merits. Such regulations shall.-be made with reasonable consider- ation, among other things, as the character of the district and its peculiar suitability for aoption rules and regulations partieula uses, and with a govern, lug the subdivi(m of view of conserving ,the value of sippi. Ill conducting its work egulations govenin, sub- the Planning Commissi,on may consider and investigate any I division of land and with other subject matter `tending to the) elemen'ts of the comprehensive plan for the Town of Centre- development and bettermen.t of l ville. Mississippi. The disap- such municipality, including but land within the corporate limits of the Town of Centreville, Mis- sissippi. All plans, plats or re- plats of land laid out in two or mre lots, plats or parcels, er streets, alleys or othea" ways intended to be dedicated vo public use within the corporate limits of said town hall first be submitted to the Planning Com misse,n for its recom- mendations. The Planning Com- mission shall, with the help of appropriate .municipal officials, c.heck the proposed dedications of subdivision of land $o instre compliance wi, th the rules and buildings and encouraging the most .appropriate use of land ,throughout such municipality, Section 11. This ordinance shall .be and become effective from and. after its passage and approval and publication as provided by law. Ordained. Approved and Adopted on this, the 6th day of .February, 1973. Fred L. Hetzler, Mayor Certified ,and Atteste: Town Clexk M. E. ]rstling Tile above an,& foregoing ordinance h,aving been first reduced to writing was read and considered section by section and then as a whole at a public meeting ,of the Mayor and, Board of A14ermen of the Tow. of Cetreville, Mississippi. the Clerk of said Court within six (6) months, or the same will be forever barred. This the 29`th 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, whose Post Office and Street Address is: 729 Avenue B, Port Allen, Louisiana You are summoned to appear claims within said time will Jack T. Stuart forever bar the same. United States Marshal In Witness Whereof, I have 2/9/3w hereunto set my hand this he NOTICE 23rd day of January, 1973. EQUIPMENTTOAGENCIEsROAD Mrs. Leon.oxa Curry Red, head Executrix Of The Estate Of lobert McGehee Redhead, Deceased Adams, Forman, Truly, Ward, Smith & Bramlette Solicitors 2/2/3w The United States District Court, Southern District Of Mississippi, Jackson Division Texas Oil & Gas Corp. Sealed bids will be received by the Board ,f Supervisors of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, in .the Bomrd Room of the Court- house in Woodville Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, the 6th. day of March, 1973. to purchase for cash for the use of the Third Supervisor's Separate R o a d District, one (1) crawler tractor of the State of Missi.ssippi, whose Post Office and Street Address is: 1043 South 10th Avenue " Mayw6d; 'Illibi'.Y60153 You ,are summoi'd to appear before ,the Chau.cery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, (m the Third Monday of May, A. D., 1973, to defend Suit No. 5953. in said Court of Jessie Louise Rabb Ro.., wherein you are a Defendant. This the 14,th day of Feb., A. D.. 1973. before 'the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, joV-hn "on the Third Monday of 'May, A D., 1973, to defend Suit No. Q. Adams 5980, in said Court of Ann Mes- Complainant Civil Ac,tion No. 4670 wi`th diesel engine in the 100[ Alonzo H. Sturgeon H.H. range, with direct electric 2/23/4w Chanccxy Clerk Defendant tarting (with direct drive .transmission) (with power shift transmission), w}th hydraulic control unit, straight bulldozer blade hydraulic tilt cylinde senger Hamilton, wherein you are a Defendant. This ,the 26th day of January, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 2/2/4w NOTICE TO CREDITORS Whereas, Letters Testamen- tary on the Estate of Robert MCGehee Redhead, Deceased, NOTICE OF SALE UNDER and with steel canopy cab. The EXECUTION Board to reserve the right to Amount of J.udgment - reject any and all bids. $105,977.80 This 6th. day of February, By virtue of an execu,tion, to me directed by ,Robert C. Thom- as, Clerk for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, Jackson 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 2/9/4w NOTICE TO MOTOR VEIIICLE AGENCIES Division, I will on the 5th day Sealed bids will be .received by of Marc,h, 1973 at 1:00 o'clock the Board of Supervisors of Wil- p.m., at the Wilkirson County I kinson County, Mississippi, in When the.crew is you ..: ,. ............ ...?.-."-:.  .. Even in a one-man operation, Hesston makes it possible to include a moderate size haying program with the Stak- Hand) 10. Yes the StakHand 10 will get your hay up and out of the weather at the hourly rate of four to six tons, And the stacks have self-storing weather-resistant capabilities. Couple the StakHa with a StakMover 10 and you can put up Imy one day, then move it later on'. See us for all tte benefits of a StakHand right away. We can even show you how the StakHand 10 system lends itself to feedirlg programs. :.,StakHand is a registered trademark of the Hesston Conooration the Board Room of the Court- house in, Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, the 6th. day of March, 1973. to purchase for cash for the use of the Third Seal Tractor Co. Wo0dville, Miss. [ q AN ORDINANCE Creating The Centreville Planning Commission Whereas, the orderly growth and development of the com- munity is necessary, desirable and in the public interest: Now, Therefore, Be It Qr- dashed By The Mayor Aa]d Board Of Alderman Of The ,Town Of Centreville, Missis- sippi, as follows: Section 1. That. pursue,hi o Section 2890.5 Mississippi Code of 1942, Recompiled, as amended. t.here is created hereby the Cntreville Planning Commis- stun and the following mem- b.ers are appointed thereto to serve without pay from the date hereof for an initial term Supervi.sor's Separate Road of years cr ,at the pleasure of District, one (1) F100 133" W. B. the Mayor and Board of Alder- pickup, equipped with 360 V8 men, at the expiration of which engine, aeavy duty rear step subsequent appointment of bumper, 650 x 16 6 ply tires and mmbers shall be for .rms of tubes, air cleaner, clutch 11". 3 five years or at the pleasure of :speed transmissi,on, and axles the Mayor and Board of Alder- men. Said rest.dents of the Town 2750 front, rear 3300 lb. The cf Centreville, Mississippi, hem- Board to reserve the right to Snared by the Mayor and con- reject any and .all bids. firmed by the Board of Alder- This 6th. day of February, men and length of membe,rship 1973. in the Planning Commissio,n Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 2/9/4w shall be as follows: _ I N I T I A L /kPPO.INTMNTS: NOTICE OF BIDS Mrs. Mary Stevens, two years; The Mayor and Board of A1- Dr. Jonathan C. Campbell, two dermen of ,the Town of W, ood- years; Mrs. Marion B. Lipscomb, ville, Miss., will receive bids up three years; Dr. Warren H. to 7 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, Dye, three years; Mr. William March 6, 1973, for the purchase H. Smith, three years. o,f one (1) Refuse Packer Body approximately '13-ya,rd capacity to be mounted on l l/2-ton truck chass to be supplied by Town. Bids sh,ould include cost of body, power takeoff, hydraulic pump, and mountS,rig. A copy of speci- fications may be obtained at the Tow Hall, Town of Woodville. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Frances Townsend, Clerk 2/9/4w NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen f the Town of Wood- vllle, Miss., will receive bids up taken The .appointed members of said Comm.issi.n shall-be nomina`ted and appointed solely with reference to their fitness .and without reference to any party affiliation .and shall serve wl,t21- out compensation. Mem, bers may be removed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen only for inefficiency, neglect of duty, or malefaction in office See`itch 2. Quorum. Three members of ,the Planning Com- mission shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of I:uslness; ,providing, how, ever, th,at no acti,on shall be which L blnlng upon not limited to Building Code and a Housing Code. and any recommendation as it may deem advisable cpncerning the adoption thereof t9 he Ma:or and Board The Planning Com- mission may make or cause to be made surveys, studies, maps and plans in the conduct of its activities. Before final action is taken by the Mayor and Board on the location or design of any public bu.ilding, statue. memori al, pa'nk, bouleward, street and alley, playground, pu,bli,c gro{lnds, bridge, ,or change in any location of any street or alley such question shall be submitted o Vhe Plan- ning ,Commission f, or investi- gation and report. In the prep- a,ration of the comprehensive plan the Planning Commission may from ,time to time prepare and recommend to the Mayor and Board for adoption a part ,or parts thereof, which parts shall cover one or mare major geographical .divisions of the town or one or more major elements of the comprehensive plan. The Plann,tng Commls- sion may h, cm lime to time recommend extending, amend- ing or changing any portion of the comprehensive plan. In the performance of i duties, the Cen`treville Plan- ning Commission may cooperate wi'th, contract with. or accept hinds from federal, state or local agencies r private hi- Huntin Camp POSTED hunUng and fishing on lands leased and controlled by Lessley lhmfing Camp is prohibited. Said lands are posted and patrolled. Vio- lators will be prosecuted. Lessley Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel Be Sure--- ----Insure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville proval of any such plan, plat or Wherefore, the Mayor of said replat by the Board of Alder- Town declared said Ordinance men shall be deemed a refusal of the dedication shown there- on. No pIat ]j" repl.at of sub- divisi, on of land or dedication of street or alley or other ease- merit shall be entitled .to record unless it bears `the ,zignature of the Mayor. ,attested by the Town Clerk, certifying the ap- proval ,and acceptance thereof by the Bozurd of Aldermen. Section 8. Zoning Commis- sion. The Planning Commission shall also act as the Zoning Commission which shall have the power to prepare nd rec- ommend to the Roard of Alder- men for adoltion of a zoning plan to regulate and estrlct the height, number of stories, and size of build,lugs and, oher structuxes, the percentage of lot .that may be occupied, the size of yards, courts .and other open duly .and legally ,adopted an& approved and signed same ir open meeting on thi, the 6th day of February. Fred L. I-Ietzler Maor Certified and Attested: M. E. E.rstling Town Clerk SAFE BURNING DEPENDS ON YOU HELP PREVENT FOREST FIREg N LOANS From $100 to $5/,000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As V to , 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 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 I