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,00r00r;I 7973 Proceedings Of The Woodville Mayor &amp; Board Of Aldermen Fc:ruary 6. 1973 At the Regular Meeting of the M:r and Board of Alder- 34013C with: 175 ca. in. displace- ment, 39 PTO HP 500.0 lb. e.a- l:acity front axle, differential l=ck. live hydraulic system, cate- gory I 3 PT hitch, lights, power steering, swinging drawbar, in- dustrial .type .seat live PTO 8 I speed transmission, '3 cylinder heavy duty diesel engine. 7.5:)-16 men of the Town of Woodville. front tires. 16.9-24 rear tires. b..,,-. and held in $4295.00. 5a:d T',;,:n ab 7 p.m.. there were pro eqt Mayor M. N. Lewis. A1- 1 Triump Model 2500 hy- 0em::n Ca?:e Chishohn, H. B. draulie side mower as per speci- Curry T'aomas M. Bryan and fieations" 5 ft. cutter bar, hy- J, M Ecsl. Fredrick P. Cavin, JT.. Supt. of Utilities and Street Cmnmi,,;sioner. Richard T. Wat- son. Attorney, and Frances Townsend, Clerk. Motion by Alderman Chis- hohn. ee,a.nded by Alderman Curry and unanimously carried that the minutes be approved as read. The bids on .trator and equip- draulie drive, automatic 90 .de- gree self retu,rning breakaw,ay, self contained ype .hydraulic feature with front mounted pump. $1092.70. 1 highway bush hog as per specifications; 5 foot rotary .type, front and rear chain guards, 3 PT hitch, tail wheel, slip clutch, 5,tratg.ht bl.ade hold- er, sheilded drive shaft $597.40. ment as per n otme of bids were 1 Y.o.ung Sweeper as pez spe- opened as follows: cifications 3 PT hookup, 30 in. Seal Tractor Company, Wood- d:a:metr broom, 6 ft. width, ville. 1 Ford Diesel tractor Model PTO drive, 12 ca. feet capacity Attend Easter Services Virginia Lynn's Parkmeadow Shopping Cenfer-CentreWIle II I lli IF The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Miss00ss00pp! $1180.08 Total bid price $7165.10 Extra cost for roll bar $135.00 Independent hand brake $96.00 Total $7396.10 Capital City Equipment & Supply Co., Jackson. We will furnish our model LP sweeper, front mounted, all attaching pars, delivered to you at W, aod- ville fo.r the sum of $1.765.00. We will furnish our model RMT sweeper, rear mounted with 3 .point hitch (will not pick up materiaD, delivered o you at Woodville for the sum )f $1,015.00. Alderman Best made a me- bion that the bid of Seal Trac- ar Company be accepted in the mount of $7,396,10. seconded by Alderman Bryan, voted upon and unanimously carried. Motion .by Alderman aryan, seconded ,by Alderman Curry and unanimously carried .that the Clerk advert,se for a gar- bage refuse body as follows: One (1) ,Refuse Packer. Body, approxima,tely 13-yard cpaci,ty, to be mounted on 1V a-ton truck chassis .to ,be supplied by Town. Bids should include cost of body, power takeoff, .hydraulic pump and mounting. Motion by Alderman Best tha the Tow,.% purchase one (1) 8 cylinder Ford truck t Sta.te Contract Price, seconded by Al- derman Chish,olm, voted upon and unanimously carried. Motion by A1,derman Curry, seconded by Alderman Chisholm and' unan.lmously carried that the bills in ,the :amount of $12,680.28 be pMd. Motion by Aldermam Bryan, ..seconded by Alderman Chisholm and un.an,imously crried that $30.00 be .paid to Mayor Dan L. Ferguson for expenses in an effort to get House Bill No. 280 passed. The Board directed the Clerk .to advertise for ,bids :to sell the follow.ng: One used .Ford garbage truck One used Fobd tractor. Light .and Gs Fund: Wood- row Bolden. ref,und deposit, $10. 00; Grant Carter, Jr., salary, $118.85; Robert CI,al'borne, same, $144.72; .Jack Curtain, same, $6.49; Walter E. Davis, Jr., H & R FORD, Inc. Woodville, Miss. AND INFLATED SERVICE CHARGES, ETC. l'lIGI-HSITIIG FORI00 who, being in your corner, will endeavor tO t jlj stand forward in manly combat against.the foes (yours and his) of 00ensible economy! I His weapons in these combats are: Fine Ford Automobiles! Sold for very Fair Amounts, Easily Accomplished Financing, High Trade-in Values and Excellent Service, accomplished by his Ford Factory-trained Mechanics!![ I . [same, $188.80; Robert Fields, Jr., same, $117.66; James Forem.an, same. $191.53; Dave Lewis. Jr.. same. $139.97: Eula Mae Liberty, same. $13.44: Sdney B. Mealey, same. $163.92; Eft Porter. same. $116.85; Huey P. Rabin.,son, same, $113.75; Robert L. Skipper, same, $190.38; Robert Carter Slan, same, $117.g6; Lawrenee Wells, Jr.. wages, $18.1.46; Herbert E. Felter. same. $45.51: Jennings McCurlcy, same. $45.19: Brentiss Row. refund dep., $2.50: Joe M. Best. salary, $39.75: Thomas M. Bryan..same. $39.75: Cage Chis- holm same. $5.97; Fredrick P. Cavin. Jr.. same, $621.93: Hubert B. Curry, same. $5.97: M. N. Lewis, same. $278.50: Fred C. McCarstle. Sr.. same, $40.35; Wil- lie Scott McCarstle, same. $253. 23; Chas. T. Ne,tterv.ille, same, $75.32: Frances Townsend, same, $386.90; Richa',rd T. Watson, same. $134.47; James R. Wil- liams, suppliers, $185.75; Weaks Supply Co.. Inc., same, $67.23; Miss. Power & Light Co., lights, :27.47; Harper Supply Co., sup- plies, $185.62; Seal Tractor Co., same. $6.59: Jch,n H. Cartm' Co., Inc., same. $229.96; Carla's Welding Service, welding, $4.4.00; Plan,ter.s Hdw., Inc.. supplie.s, $40.76; Jimmie's Auto Service, repairs, $37.89; Beckham's Elec- tric Service, same, $12..00; F. R. Btankenstein, supplies. $4.34; Big Three Meter Repa,ir, Inc., repairs, $92..68; J. H. Lambdin, consultant fee, $232.88; Sou,th Central Bell, phone expen,se, .5.12: Mutual Insurance Agency, ins., $105.64: Lewis Insurance Agency, ame, $200.00: Commu- nication Assacs., INC., radio con- ract, $5.63; 61-24 Gulf, gas, $32.35; Commercial Bank, with- holding, $465.50; Public Em- ployees' ,Retirement System, re- tirement. $553.13; State Tax Commission,. state with,holding, $17.61; James Pender, refund dep., $15.00; Or.ant Carter, Jr., alary, $118.85: Robert Claiborne, same, $.144.72; Jack Curtain, same, $51.78. Walter E. Davis, Jr., s,ame. $188.84; Herbert E. Felter, w,a,ges, $45.51; Ro,ber.t Fields, Jr., salary, $124.47; James Foreman, same. $191.53; Dave Lewls, Jr., same, $130.97; Eul,a Mae Liber,ty, same,..$13.44; Jen- nings McCurley, wages, $3[}.13; Sidney B. Mealey, salary, $1{}3. 2; Ed Porter, same, S12}:l?o;lClerk, s Special Account: Brought uey P Rooinson same V**a Di'sbure ' "[forwa.rd: ,423.07, - 75; Robert L. Skipper, same, iments: Roosevelt Wilson, labor, $190.33; Robert Carter Slan',flowers. $15.20: Meivin Johns:an. same. $124.47: Lawrence Wells. same. $19.20: Paul White, same, Jr.. wages, $159.15; Mid Louisi- ana Gas Co.. gas. $7.954.83: Pru- dential Insurance Co.. insurance, $588.68: Frances Townsend, pay acct. dep (James Ros'.s). $7.59; I John Henry Conradt. $3.18; Pink Blackmc.re, Jr., Church), $5.00: Mrs. J. H. Sims}, $1.50. The Cl.rk'U,, is charged with the $16.88: Stafford Earls. same., ,4.38: U. S. Postmaster, postage, 9.04: Roosevelt Wil-:on. labor, flowers. $6.40: Total, $161.10. Reimbursements: General Fund. 95.C8: Light & Gas Fund, $33. 01: CWW&SS Fund, $33.0,1; To- tal, $1fil.lO. _ The following is a report o.f Res Gas $II,90644; following: , . : I the ga water and sewer col- Com. Gas. $3,94021 Res waer " ' l.eetmn for the month of J.anu- $3.121.57; Com. Water, $7166:) ary: Brought forward: $270.94; Res. Sewer, $187.32; Corn Sewer, Res. Gas. $8A83.85: Com. Gas. $65.0). $3,1...8o. Res. Water. $2.984.01; General Fund: Robert Clai- Com. Water. $695.03; Res. Sewer, borne, expenses, $37.50: James $172.34: Com. Sewer. $69.28: Out- Foreman, same, $50.00; John s.tde Water. $34.61; Penalty, $206. Dorsey, contract work $107.25; 39; Cut off & on. $2.00: Deposits, Woodville Public Library, con- $85.00; So.los Tax, $682.43: 2otal, tributlon, $50.00; Mrs. E. M Col- ]$16,789.74. Collected, $16,477.51; lens Est., rent on dump, $10.00; I Delinquent: Lewis Allen $10.80, Lambert' Redi-Mix. Inc., con-I Ira Dean Keeton $1.04, Jerry crete. $86.50: H & R Ford. Inc..IDavidson $4.88, C. E. Emmons Page 5 ston $I0.95, W. B. White $3.25, John Henry Conrad $3.03, Mat- tie McDonald $9.12, Glenburnie Cafe $26.99: Total. $16,789.74. There being no further ui- - ness ;o come before the meet- ing, upon motion duly made and seconded the meeting ad- jou, rned. M. N. Lewis, Mayor NOTICE Due to increased cost of operation I am forced to increase my prices. Beginning April 30 hair cuts will be $L50 THE ItAIR CUT SHOP Harvey Lofton | WHEN TROUBLE COMES, repair:s: $1720; C. M. Treppen- d.ahl & Sons. Inc., supplies, $13 10: Cavin's Weld'.ing Service, Inc., supplies, $51.47; Jimmie's welding, $128.44; Planters Hdw., A,Uto Service, repairs, $232.74; McOehee Motor Parts. supplies, $87.18; Beckham's Electric Serv- ice, repalrs, $39.00; S0u,th Cen- tral Bell, phone expense, $77.12: SW Miss. EPA, llg,hts, $187.09; Seven Day Distributing Co., sup- plie's, $27.65; Mutual Insurance Agency, ns.. , $564.17; Woodville Republican, publish minutes. etc.. $113.11; Southern Uniform Co., uniforms. $'19.25: Lewis In surance Agency, ms.. $557.00; Watson, Wilkerson & Walsh, .photo copies, $1.00; Ketchings Co.. Inc., supplies. $162.20; Bur- roughs Corp., maint, machines, $354.29; Withers & Vitters. Flo- rists. Christmas decora:trions. $39. 00; Communications Assocs., radio contract, $3'4.25; Chuck & Junior's Body Shop, repairs, $52. 35; 61-24 Calf, ,gas, $488.36; Dan L. Ferguson, H.B. 280 expenses, $3000; Robert Claiborne, ex- penes. $37.5{}; John Dorsey, contract work, $107.25; James For e m a n, expenses, $5).00; Clerk's Special Account, reimb., $8.00. C;ombined Water Works and Sewer SysVem Fund: CWW&SS :Bond Retirement & Reserve Fund. transfer. $500.00: Central Utiity Supply Co., supplies, $251. 28; arper FourtdaT & Machine Co., same, $1.02.07; James R. Williams, $77.74; Wholesale Sup- ply Co., Inc., same, $34,79; Weeks Supply- Co., Inc.. same, $67.24; Harper Supply Co., same, $10& 62; M & R Meter Service, re- pairs, $55.00; Seal Tractor Co.. supplieL $6.50; C. M. Treppen- do.hi & Sons. same, $1.10; Plant- e, rs Hdw., I.ne., same. $5,0.04; 3immie' Auto Service, repairs, $37.90; South Central Bell. phone epense, $5.12; Mutual Insurance Agency, ins., $173.19; Lewis Insurance Agency, ins., $200.00; Engineers Laboratories. concrete cylinder test. $15.00; Communication Assocs., Inc.. ra- dio contract, $5.62; 61-24 Gulf, gas, $32.3.5; Fra,nce.s Townsend, outside water, $4331; General Fund, transfer, $190.58. The following is .a report of MARK MOBILE HOME ,,,so much more of what you're looking for! Live the elegant life for less than the rent you're now payingl Join the pacesetters. Move into an exciting new Mark mobile home. Todavl The Mark ls made exclusively for us by National Mobile Homes, a division of National Homes Cor- poration, world's most experi- enced name in housing, JIM REEVES Mobile Homes, Inc. Doris and Jack McDaniei, Mgrs. $5.88, L. C. Brown $1.31, Ronnie Davis $1.74, Joseph Lee Dixon $1.7,0. Wiley Collins $2.34. Thom- as L. Piazza $2171. Annie Cath- erine Thompson $5.87, Jim Teal $31.61. Albert Havard $4.30, Wil-. lie James Ross $20.51. Charles Jackson $5.90. Charles Anda'ews $3.26; Fannie Lee Cavin $5.63, Ike Evans $26.74, Isiah White $10.67, Will,ie Lee Peters $185, Gloria Dean Myers $5.19. Hous- ton Parker $3.82. Ernest Smith $13.93, Cha;rle.E Edward Buck $1,1: 47, Joe M. Stutzman $5.42. Le,on Williams $1.91, Larry Box $1.97, Walter Jones $1.35: Larry C. Kendrix $22.49. James Ross $11. 62. Cloyce Hinton $6.81, Berry J.ean .Carter $5.17, Leroy John- INSURANCE TURNS YOUR PREMIUM PENNIES INTO CLAIM SETTLEMENT DOLLARS. FOR SECURITY AND PEAC OF MIND HAVE COMPLETE INSURANCE. ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Oloster, Miss. Consolidated Report of Condition of Commercial Bank of Woodville in the State of Mississippi and Domes,ic Subsidiaries at the close of business on March 28, 1973. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $5,008.92 unpostefl debits) .................................................. $1815,710.43 ."' U. S. Treasury securities ........................................................ 1,302,1,09.38 : Obligation's of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations ........... : ......................................................... 259,000.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 2,082,633.25 Other 1cans .................................................................................. 4,533,674.85 Bank premises, furniture mad fixtures, ad ofiher as:ets representing bank premises ................................ 32,352.94: TOTAL ASSETS ' $10,0.16,480,85' :. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, emd ooporttions ................................................................ ,, rime and ,savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and rporations .................................................................. Deposits of United States Government ............................ 1,187.58 Deposi:ts of States and political s,ubdivisions .................. 1,508,220.3tl feTAL DEPOSITS ............................................ $9,074,979.96 (a) Total demand deposits ........................ $4,5{t4,788.66 {b) Total time and savings deposits ........ $4,510,19,1.30 O,ther liabilities .............................................................  ............. 21,116.00: TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................................................ $ 9,096,. < RESERVES ON ]LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on looms (set up p ursuan,t :" o Internal Revenue Service rulings) ............................ $ 52,722.40 .:." TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURrr]:F_,S ...... $ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total ................................................................ $ 867,682:41: Common stock - total par value ......................................... $ (No. shares authorized 4.200/ (No. shares outstanding 4,200) Surplus ......................................................................................... 605 Undivided profits ......................................................................  52 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves " TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............................................. $ 867,662 TOTAL LIABILITIES,-RF_qVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................................................ $10 916,480.85,. MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ........................................................ $9,467,.i{)0;92 Average of total loans for lahe 15 calendar days ending with call date .......... : ..................... '...: ..................... $4,254,21.@2 ! 1, Charles A. Plitt, Jr., Assistant Cashier, ,of the above-named bank. do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best"of my knowledge and belief. -,, Correct--Attest: Charles A. Plitt, Jr. T. M. Bryan C. E. Catchings, M.D. Adolph Trepp,endahl J, K. Sessions J. M. Sessions, tII Directors ,State of Mississippi, County of Willdnson. ss: Sworn to and subscribed: 'before me this llth day of 1973, and I hereby ce,rtify that I am no an officer or his bank. (SEAL) Edra T. Tu'rrter, My commission expires Jan. 22, 1976 .,.= State Bank NO, 85-44 !i 17` TIRE SALE Size Fed. Tax F 78 14 $23.50 $2.50 G 78 14 $24.50 $2.56 G 78 15 $25.00 $2.63 It 78 14 $25.00 $2.75 H 78 15 $26.00 $2.81 J 78 14 $26.00 $2.95 $ 78 15 $26.50 $2.95 L 78 15 $27.00 $3.16 , 825 1 $21.00 $.30 6 Ply 7,90 15 $28.50 $33 4 FULL PLY -- POLYESTER HOOD Made by 'BI F. Goodrich 14/32 Tread Depth Price CROWN SERVICE STA00i0N Mi