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Fri'a'r, JIdy 13, 1973 COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES by John J. Dale. Jr. SOIl, TEST Take the guesswork out of Your lime and fertilizer pro- gram. Sail testing will let you knsw just how much of each You need. You lose when yau u.:c either too much or too little. Land 'Lo be planted to pas- tures and row crops m the fall The Woodville RepObllcan, Woodville, MisSlssippl Page 7 NOTICE TO ROAD I[ EQUIPMENT AGENCIES k Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supevvisors of Wilkin.son County, M'.s.:'issippL in the Board Room of the Court- pleted, house m Woogville. Mississippi, Lime is the farmer's blue-chip up to noun on Tuesday, the 7th. ) ADMISSION POLICY I Forestry Notes I CLASSII IEI ADS of The Field Memorial Community llospital and I" Wilk-Amite Haven by Tracy Smith, County Forester FOR SALE: Lovely antique ma- I . hoguny Armoire. needs 9- to Centreville, Mississippi Evidence that W i 1 k i n s o n 15-foot ceiling, $625 Call 926- All patients are admltted to County's forestry industry is 7649. Baton Rouge. the hospital for inpatient, out-lga!ning strength is seen in the 7/13/lw patient and emergency care increasing number of land- LOST: Pair rimless eye glasses. .somewhere in Woodville. If found, please call 888-4286 and receive reward. 7 '13/lw FOR SALE: Imported from Eng- land: Service for 8. Daisy investment. Put it on: don't put day of August. 1973. to purchase without discrimination, and no owners, each year utilizing for- FOR SALE: 7 horses. 2 saddle, it of/'. ,for cash from the Revenue Shm'-inquiries are made regarding'estry services offered by the and 1 bridle. If interested ing Fund. for L.:c use of the, race, color, or national orignMis'sissippi Forestry Commission. phone 888-4209. COENLEBUR CONTROL [First, Supervisor's Separate Road] prior to admission. It is the During the fiscal year ending 7/13 lw Mst soybean growers can do Di.,.L"ict one 1) new Crawler policy of the Wilk-Amite Haven a hotter job with directed sprays ractor wiLh 6 cylinder, 4 cycle, lto admit and treat all patients June 30. some 133 local land- for weed control than they may (38 cubic ip.ch, 4 3/4 bare 6 inch lwithout regard to race, color or owners took advantage of FOR SALE: 1968 model 442 Olds- mobile. Call 888-'2281 or 888- think. When soybeans are small stroke diesel engine developing national origin. The hospital various forestry advice and as- 4638. should be sampled now A rep- the only materials that can be 105 It.P. at flywieel at 1750 and nursing home ensures that sistance. Such response to our 7.13/2w prcgrama reflects a growing _. resentativ( sample from each legally applied over the top are R.P.M., individual adjustment Istaff physicians do not eonsider lint}rest among landowners to APARTMENT FOR RENT: Partly fill will mean an accurate rec- Tenoran and Nortex. Neither of free fuel inj'ctlon pumps, with race, color, or national origtn' omnendation frmn Lhe soil tesb- these maberials has been corn- I dircc electric sarting system as a Iactor in selecting hospitals[ manage their timberlands for furnished, m Centreville. Also ing laboratory. The recommen- ' greater yields, and it can mean two lawn mowers for ,sale. For pletely satisfactory on cockle- and using No. 2 Luel oil ,as prc- or nursing homes for their pa- only a more prosperous future further information call 645- burs over two inches tall. Both scribed by the factory, with tients. There is no distinction for the county through a 5198. ,will injure soybeans when ap- t;ower shif'c transmission with in eligibility for, or in the man- 6at'.on cannot be good if based on a poor sample. JULYLIME TIME Unphmted pa.sLures and crop- land are good places to spread lime while other crops are grow- ing. These areas can bc limed now without danger of the slreader truck bogging down. Areas Lo be fallowed for win- ttr grazing should have the lime spread before or between diskings. Crop land to be leveled this summer or fall should be checked for lime needs by soil plied over the top. hydraulic control unit. with On five to six inch beans a lctraight bulldozer blade, and directed spray of dlnoseb is hydraulic controlled tilt cylin- probably best for cocklebur con- der and with steel canopy cab. trol even if the weeds are el- There is to be accepted .sealed mos as tall as the soybeans, bids for the sale to the highest test. Needed lime should be up- net of providing any patient service provided by or through the hospltal or nursing home. All facilities of the hospltal and nursing home are available without distinction, to all pa- stronger timber-based industry. More productive forests mean CLEANINGEST carpet cleaner more industry, more lobs, and you ew:r used so easy too. Get more personal income for every- Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- one. All .woodland owners, es- pooer $1. Ben Franklin Store. pecially those with small tracts. 7/13 lw are urged to utilize the agency's I bidder for casl] one 1) used tients and visitors regardle'.s Oflservlce s to bring these acreages FOR SALE: Registered Cocker A follow-up application of International TD 15. Serial No. lrace, color, or national origin. 2.4-DE after the beans reach linto full and .profitable pro- pups, honey-whi.te. Phone 645- 1502782, that has ceased to be Policies regarding deposits, ex- eight inches tall will control used by the First Supervisor's I tensions of credit and other fi- duction. 5538. Centreville. many of the larger cockleburs. Separate Road District, bids for lnancial matters are applied The primary goal of the Mis-I 7q3/lw At this stage, 2.4-DE should e which will be received at the uniformly .and without regard sissippi Forestry Commission is FOR SALE: Fall Tomato Plants. applied only as a directed spray, same time and place as bids for to race, color, or national origin, to plan and conduct a state- Withers Greenhouse. Ph. 888- Recent label changes perm!t a the purc ha.:e of the new Crawler Information regarding the wide forestry program which. 3131. repeat application of 2.4-DE. tractor are received and pay- price and availability of accom- will benefit the greatest num- 7.6/2w which adds to its value in con- ber of people in the state on a I pattern, cost $65. sell for $45 Call 645-4071, Centreville. FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan front end loader with blade: one C5 Tree Farmer skidder: one 1968 F-80{) twin screw truck. Contact Jack McDaniel. Centre- ville. Phone 645-4371 or 5588. 7/13 tf FR SALE: 1973 12x60 2-bed- room. 1-bath Fleetwood mo- b:le home. lew. Small down payment and assume notes. ment shall be tar.de therefor at modatlons is uniformly made 9lied after the leveling is corn- trolling large cockleburs, such time. The Board reserves'available to all:, without regard the right to reject any and all to race. color, or.nation,el origin. i/':' for casl for the use of the bids on the purchse of the new Leo Earl DuBose ,= Second Supervisor's Separate Crawler U'act:or and on the sale Administrator Road District, one (1) new 1973 of the used tracl, or. 7/13/lw custom wide body / ton pickup, This 6th. day cf July, 1973. -- . equipped with at least a 392 I State of Mississippi. V-8 engine, Cruise-O-Matc 3- .,, Alonzo H. Sl, urgeon, Clerk LOCAL STUDINTS speed transmission, right side 't/ 3w HONOR GRADUATES November. 1973, to defend the bids for the ale to the highest Suit No. 6015 in .said Court of bidder for cash one 1)used 1964 Willard Lee Green. wherein you Dodge '/e ton truck. Serial No. 1373465 hat has ceased to be are the defendant. This 26th day of June, A. D., used by the Second Supervisor's Separate Road District. bids for 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk which will be received at the 6/29/3w same time and place as bids for ....... the purchase of the new pickup are received and payment shall NOTICE TO MOTOR be made therefor at such time. VEIIICLE AGENCIES The Board reserves the right to ,Sealed bids will be received reject any and all bids on the by tl:e Board of Supervisors of purchase of the new pickup and Wilkinson County, Mississippi, the sale of the used truck. in the Board Room of he Court- house in Woodville. Mississippi, I This 6th. day of July, 1973. up to noon on Tuesday, the 7th. I Alonzo H Sturgeon, Clerk day of August. 1973. o purchase 7/6/3w continuing training of the personnel keeps, baler, in good condition. Con- Jr.. 888- T. N. Floyd, Centreville. phone 225-7271. 7/13/2w GARAGE SALE at residence of Mr. and Mrs. J C. Netterville tl]em up-to-date on latest, tact Robert Hartness. techniques and capable of pro-]4561. riding top Iorest resource I 6 29/if management to landowners. I Key services provided local,HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, landowners include: wildfire 2-bath brick veneer home in protection; in:sect and disease' CenLreville. $27.500. Hewes Real To Dorothy Moore Green. You are summoned to appear mount tire carrier, AM radio, INVITATION FOR BIDS Lorman Alcorn A & M Col- protection: woodland exami- Estate. John C. Hewes. phone before the Chancery Court of power steering, 5 G78 x 15-4 ply Sealed bids will be received lege at Iorm}n, has announced nation and advice: timber 888-3941. the County.of Wilkinson in said tires, with heavy duty bumper, by the Board of Aldermen of that two studeligsfrom this area' marking; tree seedlings; utili- 5/18 'if State. on the first Monday of There is to be accepted sealed the Town of Centreville. Mis- were among those graduating zation and marketing of timber FOR SALE: 3-bed:room brick si.sippi, m the Mayor's office with academic honors in .t.heir. products; Thursday and Friday, July 12 and 13. Located at c?rner of Cosby and Howard Strew.is; Cen- trevllle, Miss. 7/13 I_ __ I FOR SALE: Two 14-ft. ski and l pleasure' type boats, 40 h.p. motors. 1 Mercury, one Johnson. Boats, trailers and motors corn- LIVESTOCK SERVICE Phone 888-6682 ..,-..._. Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates. Individual order buying service. Quantities of stocker cattle bid on in pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Woodvil!e, Miss. JI _ .,-. "'111 plete for the price of the motors. basis. C o n s t a n t FOR SALE: John Dcere 14T hay Faust; Equipment Sales. Box 321, Woodville: Miss.. Ph 888-4260. 6 ,' 29/4w POSTED: All lands owned "y the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. Mrs. Mac Bradley. 5/11 6m SPINET-CONSOLE PIANO Wanted responsible party to take over spinet piano. Can be tree planting; con- veneer home. m Centreville. seen locally. Write Credit Man- el the Town Hall in Centre- recent commencement exercises. ville. Miss'.ssippi up to 5 o'clock' Shirley Ann Scott graduated p.m. on Tuesday, August 7. 1973. Magna Cum Laurie in English, to purchase for cash one (1) while Elaine Anderson graduated new 2 ton eat and chassis to Cum Laurie in Sociology:" be equipped with 156 inch wheel These honors are .awarded on base. 330 heavy duty V-8 engine, 'the ba'sis of .the student's corn- 2 speed 17.500 pound Eaton rear posite scholastic average for all axle 6.113,0 pound front axle, 5 college ,work done as .follows: speed Clarke transmission. 8.25 Summa Cum Laurie- 3.8; Magna x 2{) x l0 ply tires and Bud I Cum Laude' - 3.5; and Cure wheels. 10.490 pound and auxin Laude -3.2. iary rear springs, and 4 yard water level dump body. PRE-SCHOOL CONFERENCE The Board reserves the right SLATED AT WCTS AUG. 16, to reject any and all bids. This the 3rd day of July, 1973. Principal WordyHlcks, Jr.. of .Minna Erstling, Clerk Wilkinson County T r a i n i n g School announces that a pro- 7/13/4w NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by tke Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, school conference will be held at the school on Thursday, Au- gust 16, at 8:00 a.m. ,All members of the faculty are asked to be present and on time. Registration lor the school in the Board Room of the lession of 1973-74 will be held Courthouse m Woodville, Mis- on Friday, August 17, be,ginning issippi, up to noon on Friday, at 8:00 a.m. for grades 1-12. August 10, 1973. to purchase for cash from the Revenue Sharing NYC ACCEPTING Fund. for the use of the Fourth Supervisor's Separate ROad Dis- trict, one (1) new motor grader equipped with ,% least 140 H.P. 4 cylinder diesel engine, tan- dem drive, oil clutch, synchro- mesh transmission with 6 for- ward and 6 reverse, 14:00 x 24 APFLICATIONS FOR SUMMER WORK The Neighborhood Y o u t h Corps ,summer work program for disadvantaged youth, ages 14- 21, who are students in county schools will begin July 16. The tube type tires, 12 foot sliding students will ,work 39 hours 9or moldboard (hydraUlic). power week for six weeks. steering, and enclosed cab. The Applications for tile program Board reserves the right to re- may be made at the local'NYC jeer any and all bids. I offlce or at the Mississippi Era- This 5th day of July, 1973. ployment Service office. Clyde Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk E. Simmon is director of the 7/13/4w local NYC program. lane construction; prescribed or 645-2241. burning; find beaver trapping, t6/29 4w Contact me. Tracy Smith. if you are interested in any of our - services offered. trol of undesirable trees: fire- Alan Knighton, phone 645-5820 ager, P. O. Box 276, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176. 6/22/4w " ..... r,I Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servicel Be Sure----- ------ln=ure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville LOANS from $100 to $5,.000 Bill Consolidating Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As Ya to /s end Sometimes Even More. --Free COUNSELING SERVICE Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Depot Street Finance, Inc. Phone 888-2011 Clearing the ring of '73s. Price-fighter C|earance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. MAKE THE SWITCH- Buy A New Ford Combine and Watch Your Savings Grow! Seal Tractor Co. Woodville," Miss. I Mississippi's capital city offers an enormous variety of things to see and do. Take a stroll through beautiful Mynelle Gardens, see Mississippi's antebellum Governor's MansTon, the Old Capitol Museum, the Wildlife Museum, the antebellum City Hall and of course no visit is complete without a tour of the Jackson Zoo. Discover Jackson, Mississippi's Capital City TRAVEL & TOURISM D'EPARTMENT MISSISSIPPI AGRICULTURAL & INDUSTRIAL 13OARD JACKSON, MISSISSIPPi