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Friday, April 20, /973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississipp; ...................................................... frem the dale of first publica-IHunter and Rosie Lee Arnctt, William Winans A. C. COUNTY AGENT&apos;S NOTES t!on of this n00ti00'e, or ti00e same wherein you :,,'e the derendan, will be forever barred. This 12th day of April, 1973. Hosts Career by John J. Dale, Jr. This the 1CLh day of April, Alonzo H. Stureon, Clerk A. D., 1973. 4 200/3w Day Consultants Ruby Caulfeilfl ANHYDROUS AMMONIA new weed problems this year. H.C. Leak, Jr. INVITATION FOR BIDS The faculty and student body Wait until oils are drained' Keep a careful watch on your Exccutor Forest Products For Sale ()n of William Winans Attendance County School Lands 'Cent.'r of CeqLruville hoste,q of excess moisture berG.re apply- fields to help locate tle new 4/13 4w I ' ing anhydrous ammonia as this wee2 !:roblems early so the S':aled bids will be received career consultants representing naterial ia hard to seal in wet weec'ts can be centoiled before NOTICE OF SAI,E I by lhe Clerk, Wilkinson County some 18 diffcr-,nt occupal, ions soil. they In'educe a seed crop and Whereas, the United Slate:s of[laard of Supervisors, Woodville, and \\;o::ations on Wedne,sday, create future headaches. Amvrlea, acting by "m:l t,1]rough Mississippi. up to and not later April 4 hi tle school auditorium. Eue to tl'e shortage of soild t. e Farmers Home Adminis,tra-Ithan 10 a.m., May 14, 1973, fro" The program began with a granular nltr:gcn fertilizer ms- FORAGES tlon. yni.[cd States Department[the right to cut .and remove all teria! many farmers may want April is the time to fertilize of A.:rieulturc is the ownerltrees marked or designated for general as:emb!y at 10 a.m. ' . - The singing cf "America. the to wail until offer the crop is summer pastures. Without a soil and holder of the following real lthat purese on Seclion 19, Beautiful" was followed with 91anled to apply arl]ydrous am- test, a mixed fertilizer will prab- estate de('d of trust, secunng" Town.slup 4 North, Range 2 4 ' ' mania. In this case. it .should ably be needed. Re.:earch indi- an indeb,.edues therein men-iWcst, Wllkin.:on County, Missis- scripture and prayer by Dwayne Vaughn, 9th grade, and Monica tloncd and covering certain real sippi, and estimated ,to "contain ha,.. apglid at least 10 inches cafes a greater response to fer- esta, t.e llereinafter de-cribed lo-[892.225 board feet of pine and Jackson. Miss WWAC. Clas, of , ou the s:'ed drill to prevent tilizc,r applied early in the sea- '73. The purpose of the progra'm irjury to seed or seedlings, s=n. The greatest forage pro- I cate:l in Wilkinson County, Mis- 1520.180 board feet hardwood was given by Lorraine Franklin, WEED CONTROL duetion and fertilizer response s:ssippi, said deed or trus.t be- sawtim'cer (Doyle Rulel; anti. 10th gra2e, as follows: To comes t:efore July 15. ling duly recorded in the office 867 cords .hardwood pulpwood, awaken the interest of the stu- It i_: hard to predict the effect Overseeded or aodseed, cd sum- of the Chancery Clerk m and mare cr less. Before bids are dents cf WWAC and other that flooding will ]]ave on weed met pastures need special at-l far said County and State: submitted, full information con- .eimols in Wilkinson County in control, but it is extremely tentton during April and May. i Grantors: Jessie Coles and doubtful that it will reduce weed The ryegrass should .be grazed wife, Alberta C. Coles: Date Ex- ecutefl: June 27. 1988; Trust prob:ems, clc:ely c clipped for hay to Farmers who had clean fields reduce competition with the Deed Book: 37: Page: 356. Whereas. default has occurred in__the pat will likely find many permanent grass .tin the payment of the indebt- edness secured by said deed of " "  "I[,, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS trust, and tle United States of ] Sealed bids will be received,. America. as Beneficiary, has by the State Highway Commls-lauthorize d and insteucted me siGn, Jackson Mississippi until as Substitute Trustee. to fore- 10:00 o'clock a.m.. Tuesday Apil close said deed of trust by ad- NOTICE TO CREDITORS 2{ 1973 Construction of Grad- vertisement and sale a public Whereas. Letters Testamen- ing, Drainage, Base. Asphalt auct!,cn in accordance with the tory on the Estate of Mrs. Pavement. Bridge and Erosion statutes made and provided Undlne F. Ferguson, Deceased. ' Contrel on 0.260 Mile of Mis- therefor. Were granted and issued to the sissippi Highway No. 33 between Therefore notlce is hereby undersigned. Oscar K. Ferguson, Crosby and Garden City in Wil- given that pursuan,t to the Jr.. and Audrey J. Fetgusan, by .k!nson and Franklin Counties. power of sale con,rained in said the Ci]ancery Court of Wilkin-lknwn as Federal aid Project deed of trust and in accordance son County, Mississippi, on the No. ER-049-1(27) / 66-0049-01- with the statutes made and pro- 30 day of, March. 1973: .027-10. vlded ,therefor. the said deed Now. Therefore. all persons i Completion Da.te: November of trus,t will be foreclosed and having a claim or claims against I 5. 1973 the property c.avered thereby said Estate are hereby notified, Certified chec k. cashier's and hereinafter described will and required o have the same cheek or bid bond for five pe$ be sold at public auction to the Page 7 Honor Roll Listed Prohibited-Grazing 2 Period Begins For Finch A. C. I A total of 66 students made] ,Producers who chose wheat ' '' t  the Honor Roll at Finch Attend- land feed grain progcam plans (" .:il..; anew. Center for the fifth six lthat included set-aside acreage /:,:!:.! works. The following students!are being reminded that the had a grade of "B" or above: i five-month period during which .'< 1 1st Grade: David Burton, I grazmg of set-aside is pro- .',..:::'!i Clearence Clark, Charles Col-}hibited begins April 30, 1973. lins, Bobber Collins, Darry Lee, l "l'hi.s limitation on the use '.. Abby Franklin, Jeffrey Gibson, of set-aside acreage appl.ies to ,: Ks.fen Griffen, Yvonne Pack- producers who want to earn nett, Rhond.a Parker, Debra the full program payment, said Young, Persheller Seiber, Co- ,ella Se!ber, John Ward, Ed- ward Russ. Phalber Parker. ., 2nd Grade: Patricia Burton, Rosa Dt,r,sey, Charles Parker. Michael Thomas. Randy Tickles, Sharon Russ. 3rd Grade: Dernell Anderson. Debra Jackson. Debra Darker. silage from it. provided hey Evelyn Burton. Karen Campbell, give advance notice to ,the James Calvet, chairman of the Wilkinson County Agri- cultural Stabilization and Con- servation tASC) Committee. Cther producers who al.:.o chose the set-aside options may elect }, to graze the acreage through- out the year. er to cut hay or  Gerald Daniel. Ka t hylee n county ASCS office. They also cermng the material for sale. the many anti vaied jobs avail- Gaines. Diana Jackson. Darryl will forfeit a part of theix pro- conditions of sale and submis- sion of bids should be obtained able: to have students begin Jones. Troy Mars, Bacba,'a Ray, gram payment. from the County Foreseer. M'.s- preparation now througl] aca- Author Robinson. Bruce Wil- For producers who want to demie instruction and rata- liam.s, Lee M. F.acknett, Joseph earn ,the full payment, the .:,.,, sF_-sippi Forestry Commission. tlonal training so as to qualify laaekson. Belinda Jackson. Emera period when the set-aside may :,'e, W:odville, Mississippi. The right for d'fferent jobs: to learn Hollins. ,not be grazed extend,s though "(a m reject any and all bids is reserved something cf what the jobs in- 4th Grade: Fred Green, An- October 1. 1973. No crop, forage ;:: volve, the rewards and fringe drew Williams, Wllma Jones. or other@ise, may be harvested This 17th day of April. 1973. benefits. Stephanie Anderson. Kel to n from set-aside acreage through- Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk " "'= 4/20/4w l Mr. Bernard Waites, Wilkinson Campbell. Ethelene Harn,s, Betty out the year unless a producer ':b}: Cotmty. Superintendent of Edu- Montgomery, Voyda Patterson. has signed up f, or a permitted -- leaP.on, gave opening remarks 5th Grade: Howard Love. al:ternate crop set-aside. ,. CLASSIFIED ADS ]ecmplimenting le students and lames Weed, Etta Bateaste, If a producer grows an :.,:11 ......... teachers on spon-:oring such ,an Oladys Montgomery, Oscar How- alternate crop he forleits pa.rt :i..: occasion as Career Day. He ' FOR SALE: One Hammond Ca- ard, Curtis Parker, Cheryl Rob-I of his program payment, eal- inson, Olivia Stephen, Geraldine culated ,the same a w,hen set- :'i dett Electronic Organ with thanked the consultants and Smith, Dexter Smith. [aside land is razed or hayed. ." .,. double keyboard. Call 888-6689. then admonished the students '...i 4/2/3wp ta take advantage of the many 0th Grade: Myrtle Mars, Rod- Permitted alternate crops ,.< ..... oppc.:'tunlties available to then], ney Doughis, Kelvin Cobb, Pa- which a.re sometimes grown in ,: EASTER EGG HUNT for Pine Mr. Waites also remin2ed the trica Hollins, Willie Taplin, Wilkinson County are sun- ,- Kathy Smith. flower, safflower, sesame, plan- H.l,,,s Country Club members student body that students who ' tago ovate, mustard seed, guar, Saturday. Ap,ril 21. at 3 p.m..for do not, .plan to attend college aes thru 10. RSVP 225-774,1. should take advantage of the er.amhe, castor beans. many other vocational opportu- Forestry Notes The deci._qon to pexmit yea'r- WANTED: Lands to Sell. Let nities available to .them: that round grazing and cutting of us sell y, au lands too. Call people who enter vocations are by Traey Smith, County Forester conserving crops for forage Prebated and registered by the een (5%) of bid must accom- Clerk of the Chancery Court of party each proposal. Wilkinson County, Mississippi,] F rop::al and detailed infer- Within six "(6) months after the motion m.ay be secured from .the first publication of this Notice Office Engineer. E. L. Boteler, Jr.. Director to'Creditors. A failure o so Probate and register said claim or claim:s within said time will forever b.a the same. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set ,our hands this he 30,th day of March. 1973. Oscar K. Ferguson, Jr.. and 4/13/lw NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Ann,ie Ca.ulfeil,d Winstzn, deceased, having been granted and issued to ,the un- dertsigned by the Chancery Audrey J. Ferguson [Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- Co-Executors of the Estate,issippi, on the 10th day of of Mrs. Undine F. Ferguson, I Aprll, 1973. all persons h,aving Deceased claims against said estate are Adams, Fornmn, Truly, l hereby notified t,o ,have the Weed. Smith & Bramlette same probaeed, reis,tered and Solicitors i allowed by the Clerk of .the said 4/6/3w tCourt within six (6) ,monhs Natchez Stockyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call I(IRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville " I ' I I When thecrew is you :,-..-,-'-- ' . .. h" " .*---.."t '*''a Even in a one:man olseration, Hesston makesR possible to include a moderate size haying program with the Stak- Hand') 10. Yes, he 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 StakHand with a StakMover 10 and you can put up hay one day, then move it later orL See us for all the benefits of a StakHand right away. We can even Show you hgw the StakHand 10 system lends itself to feeding programs. ., StakHand is a registered trademark of the Hesston Corportiort Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. highest bidder for cash at the front door of the county court-i house in the town of Woodville, 144'2"1921' Natchez. Migsissippi, in ,the afc,re.-.-aid 1 4/13/8wp._ Coun.ty at eleven o clock a.m.,] FOR SALE: Kenm0re portable on the 7th day of May 1973,1 washer and dryer, with stack to satisfy the indebtedness now lrack, both run on 110 eel.is, gold due under and secured by said color Have moved from apart- deed of trust, merit to house. Just one year old, The premises to be sold are like new, cost $450. sell for $300. described as: Call 888-4293 or 5471. Beginni.ng at the southeast 4/13/if corner of hat certain ,tract of land conveyed John G. Soder HOUSE FOR SALE: Carter Sub- on January 5. 1937. by the Fed- division. 3-bedroom, 2-bath, eral Land Bank of New Orleans. large den a,nd kitchen. Spacious by deed recceded in Book 3-I, page 422, said point being on the north ,margin of right-of- way of the Cenerevllle a,nd Montro.se Phblic Road: thence North 59 03' Eas,t along tl]e nort.h margin of the Centreville and Montr, cse Public Road 312.0 feet to a stake, the true point of beginning; thence North 39 25' west 848.3 reel to a stake: Charles L. Barry & Associates, making just as much. and many SOUTHERN PINE BETTLE time.s much better salaries, than people who are professionally EFIDEMIC ON ITS WAY employed.. We have a serious, grewing Mns. Katie Fluker, WWAC hu,id-up in W.ill:n.s,on Oounty counsellor, introduced the ca- of pine tree killing beetles. lot. Call 888-2721 for appoint- ment: ..... NOTICE: Botch x,um and disc ty'pe brakes turned at Faus,t Equipmcnt Sales $2.59 on drum type, $3.00 on disc type. We do nat remove e install. Faut Equipment Sales. PAon, e 888- 4260. 4/13/4w eeer representatives a, nd guests, who made very brief remarks. Included in the gonp were rep- resentatives from the following fields: the U. S. Army, attorney, aut,mnobile salesman, building contractor, ministry, state jots, dentistry, FBI and police. Na- tional Park Seevice, nursing, ...witehboar.d operator, television, art. music, U.. S, Marines, U. S. Navy. Mr. , George Wilkinson, Supervisor of Irstruction, WiN ktns'on Cmmty Schools, and Mr. Glenn C. Thms. Dire:tor, Wil- kinson County Vocational and Tecimical School. wc.re included in the group. The consultants spoke very briefly during the morning ses- Southern pine beetle infesta- ti,n'.s are incceasing in the county a an alarming rate, and t:here is cause for concern .among local timber owners. Warm weather stimulates the growth rate of the destructive beetle and the number of in, festatlons is expected o n- crease markedly during pring and ummer months if control efforts are n,o, grea,tly in- tenified. Landowners are being urged to take immediate s, teps to treat infestations on h.eir woodlands in an attempt to curb the threat of severe timber destruction from the beetle menace. thence North 59 ' 03' East 104.0 feet to ,a s.takc: thence South 39 25' East 856.3 feet to a stake on the north margin of the Ceniceville anti Montrose Public Road; thence along the north margin of the Centrevllle and Mcntrose Public Road in a Southwesterly direction 105.7 feet ,to a stake, the true poin,t of beginning, containing 2.01 acres, mere or less, .and bclng FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, 2-bath sign, but in the afternoon se_- brick home and grocery store ston these career repreentatiws locaeed in Centreville. Phone were busily engaged in lcctur- 645-4831 3/23/2mo WE BUY pine and hardwood pulpwood. Southern Timber. Inc.. Phone 888-4431, Woodville. 4/1/73 EXI'ERT REPAIIS ()It Walches, Eye Glasses, Jcweh'y, Clocks. a part of Section 15, Township Fountain Pens, and Electric 1 North, Range 1 East, and Razors. Every job g,,aranteed. being Lot 4 of the Harvey Land See our excellent selecti.n of Waleh Bracelels and Watch [lands. WOOD'S Woodville, Mississipp! WANTED TO BUY: P]lpwood boLh long and short wood -- Mixed Hardwoods and Oak- Pecan-Hlclem'y. F r e e timber marking service. E D. Massey, 241 Homochitto St., Natchez. Miss. Subdivi'ion as :shown by plat of L. W. Guy, Regls,tered Engi- neer, dated October 30. 1967. a copy cf which is att, ached to the deed decarded in Book 5-W. Page 367, Conveyance Records, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. April 10, 1973 Date John R. Bounds Substitute Trustee Duly .authorized to act In the premisc.s by instrument dated February' 9 1973. and ing, showing films, answering questions and passing ,OUt lit- erature to he many interested students who filled each class- room. with the carecr repre- .:entative of his choice. Some 110 Seniors of Wilkinson County Training School and 60 6th grade tudents of Finch Elementary took part in this Career Day program, as well as their teacher sponsors. The theme of the program was "Careers That Count." Pre-Schoo00ers To Register At Finch Pre-chool registrat!cn foe all bgginning studenks wil,1 be held at F:'nch Attendance Cen.ter on April 27 beginning at 8 a.m. EVERY make electric carpet Entrance req'uirements are as .shampooer does a better job follows: with famous Blue Lustre. Ben Entering tudents nm'st be 6 Franklin Store. rcorded in Book 49, yeans of age on o before J, anu- Page 65, of the rceord FOR S.i, LE: Large white ms- ary 1, 1974; present a crtified ,of the aforesaid .kogany piano cmplete wl.th .copy of their b':rth certificate: from set-a, side--when .advance .:olce is given--is new in this year's wheat and feed gra.in programs. It is intended o help .alleviate the livestock feed situation by making moee acre- age available for grazing a.nd forage for the increased 1,lee- s.took numbers need, ed to meet conmmer demand for red meat, to request the assistance of County and State. 4/13/4w --NOTICE TO CREDITCRS Letters of Administration. C. T. A., having' been granted on the 17th day',of &pril, 1973. by .the' Chancery Couzt of Wil- kinson County, M'ss'_ssippi, to the undersigned upon the Es- fate of Dick Rosso, Deceased, net'.ce ]s hereby given to ,all persons having caims against said estate to preent same to the Clerk of said Court for pro- bate and registration according to law, within six (6) months from this date, .or the same will be forever ba;r.red. Samuel W. Ros'so Adminisrator C. T. A. of the Estate f Dick Rosso, De.ceased. 4/20/4w The State of Mississippi. To Princella Brown: You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of the oaunty of Wilk'.r:-:ou in said State. on the Third Monday of Mayb 1973. o defend the Suit No. 6005 in aid Court of James m'.rrcr fron and stool. Also present an up-to-date copy of classical guitar with warp-proof the health immuniztlon record: neck. Contact Mr. Willie Smith at 883-951 before 5 p.m. FOR SALE: Large ,red saddle mare. 3 gaited, $250. Call 645- :21. 4/ 0 'tf Want Ads Get Quick Results! and the child must be accompa- nied by their paren,t if possible, =r a re,=pans'ble adult. If the two-doll.or hill is re- vived it could save taxpayers ,2.1 milP.on a year, says James A. Conlon, director of engraving and printing, by cutting d.ovm on the number of dollar bills circula.t.ng. As pact of a con.tr)l effort by the Mississippi Forestry C0m- missi.n, special crew's ave .been employed to fell and chemically treat infested trees in areas where salvage cutting is not produced 13 genera,Is or the practical. Area landowners who Confederacy. In 1962, General have beetle - infestations on Van Dorn stopped Grant's their property are encouraged southerr/ ad.vaee in the own. Did you know? There are over 25,000 Spartan Pools installed in 'he USA, and over a dozen of them have been installed in the Natchez area by .... OVERBY POOLS Natchez, Call 442-4408 or wl"ite 114 Brookfield Drive, Natchez, for ree brochure and nformatlon. these con,rol crews. When practical, the }and- owners are urged to salvage cut infes,ted trees by the Mlss,isslp- pi Forestry Commision As- sls,tanee in determining which trees ,should be cut and in ob- (ainlng markets for the ,trees 'a t, salvage prlces Is made available hrough the local Forestry Cormi:sion office. Landownexs needing assi'st- ance in either salvaging or treating beetle-infested 'trees should contact me at 888-4632 or 888-4661 HOME OF GENERALS The ,town of Holly Springs I American Oil Company (General Gas) Liberty, Miss. 39645 DUNBAR Route Salesman P..O. Box H SYLVESTER x --Phones-- Business: Home: 657-2191, Liberty 888-4403, Woodville After April 1, call the above phone numbers for your gas needs and mail payments to the address listed above. , I,, , LOANS from $100 to $5/000 Bill Consolidating Loans Finance, Inc. Phone 888-2011 Are Or Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much ,'. V to V And Sometimes Even More. -- Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By" Our Office Woodville Depot Street