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Friday, July 27, /973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississlppi FARM SAFETY WEEK ] Wear proper, f=otwear, Clean INVITATION FOR BIDS Saled bids will be rec,ived l;y the Board of Aldermen of the Town of CenLreville, Mis- si=.sippi, in the Mayor's office of the Town Hall in Centre- \\;,tile. Miss'ssippi up Lo 5 o'clock p.n,. on Tuesday, August 7, 1973, i. , lmud grease or manure off shoes alls are the bigge% cause ei " " ots befor mountin ira f ,  or oo e g J 8- aLal accidents next to auto- . ............  . .... '. ...... I IOI'S. 'laKe DI'eaKs bO l'euu2 c .a- * amulleS. Tilt?? l',lAI;10l, al baIely, tiollO Fatigue is a eonnnon Cuncil suggests that 1NvaLi::;il ! fa'ct01" in ,,,any accidents, in- to Safety Week Juy z- I'-  f lls 1 ' ' ClUfl.n a J. S a good time to lake stock oft Your fall p:tential, and to dol SOYBEAN INSECTS to plu'cha'.m for cash one (1) assessment rolls of the above something about it. l Watch your soybeans closely p, fw 2 ton cab ald chassis to named county, for the year 1973 Many accidents arc, caused bY la s the second generati::n boll- be equipped with 156 inch wheel have been equalized according alls from and ints moving ma- chinery. I-!ere are a few ugges-I wrm flight gets underway. Less base. 330 heavy duty V-8 engine, to law, and that said rolls are cottorl is being gl'own in some 2 speed 17.503 pound Eaton rear ready for inspection and exam- aCeident:tim:'s to help avoid this type seelions ,'u:d soybeans become axle, 6,e00 potmd front axle, 5 ination, and that any objections more attractive to the bollwornl, q)eed Ch/rke lrans:nlission. 8.25 to said rolls or any assessment x 20 x 10 ply tire: and Bud wheels, 10,420 pound and auxil- iary rear aprings, and. 4 yard water level dump body. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. This the 3rd day of July, 1973. Minna Erstling, Clerk 7/13,. 4 w ' Page 7 Keep children off and away om machinery, Say "NO" when Bollwcrms can be more dam- they ask to ride along, aging than armyworms as they Allow no one to-ride on the have a tendency to attack the drawbar or towed machinery, terminal buds, while armyworms 8ay clear of moving machinery are primarily foliage feeders. hen there is no need tc be IIOME GARDENING ear it. Walk % least six feet away so that any stumble or slip Early August is the time to will not cause you to fall into get the fall garden started. It a specified reduction on any[ interested taxpayer, and that CI,ASSII"IEI) AI)S [FOR SALE: Beautiful Golden l:ortion or porLicns of the As-[said Mayor and Board of Alder- __ [ Palomino Quarter Horse geld- sssment Schedule affecting the l men will convene in a regular ...... ,,---- -,-----,, ,.-'._ ling perfect confrmation. 6 complainant or objector dh'ectly, lmeeting on the 7th. day of Au- vwt ." Ola lvl wfive tJap- '1 1 ' o " / yea "s 050 lbs Buckskin geld- ' v " from 'nt .site I lng clacK ln/tne tall, alia "} This 27'th. day of July, 1773. I gust, 1973, to hear and take DetiStremoChUrChea buildingprese must . ', .'. " .. ' , Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk action on any complaint filed  . . [:lack legs 5 years 875 lbs Ap- 7/27/lw in writing, objecting to and 6 lnlle-: southwest of Woodvlllel .... ' ,' ' '... on Donegal Road. Bids will be [pal:liSle' r g::d'tSl;or:;;tlothl;lse: -----"PU'--i--'. NOT-Ie------ petitlcnlng for a specified re- t opened on August 4th at 2 p m.i. ...... "- _, 'auction on any portion or per- .............. '. irom.  nice sonnies ann z 'To The Public And To "vne., , ICl" tne 26x63 It. OUltalng wmcn/ ............ ...  . uons of the Assessment Scned- , .......... "- '-',h--" [''- /orioles. mn wlmers, phone - i Taxpay.ers ef Wilkinson county, ule ffeeting the complainant am ue sum ,o ,, es uuue,. 4209 MIS:SlSSlppl: or objector directly. 7/20 2w ' 7 27)lwp "You are hereby notified that I the real and personal property This 24th. day of July, 1973. FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan Town of Woodville. front end loader with blade; I FOP SALE: Used 95 inch, 4- cushion eouh, in good con- Mississippi one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; I By: Frances Town,send one 1968 F-800 twin screw truck, dition. Call 88-6683. Clerk cf the Town of Contact Jack McDaniel. Centre-17/27lw Woodville villa. Phone 645-4371 or 5588. (FOR SALE: House on Water Woodville, Mississippi 7/13 tf 7..27/lw  Street Two large bedrooms, FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 60, 3-bed- bath. living room, dining romnl therein contained, shall be NOTICE OF Bills room mobile home. $350 and kitchen. Mrs. Bessie Swaggari., made in writing and filed with Notice is hereby given that assume notes. P'zone 645-5665, phone 888-4203. the clerk of the Board of Super, sealed bids ,will be received by Centreville. 7/20/tf viso:rs of said County, on or .he Mayor and Board of Alder- 7/27,.2wp ;HOUSE FOR SALE: Cartc, r Sub- before the 6th of August, 1973 men of the Town of Ccntreville, division. 3-beuroom. 2-bath. at his office in the Courthouse Mississippi in the Town Hall,. POSTED: All lands owned by large den and kitchen. Spacious of said county, ,and that all entreville, Mississippi, up to 5 the John A. MeClain, Sr., assessments to which no oh- Yeleck p.m. on Tuesday, Sap- heirs a,re hereby posted against lot. Call 888-2721 Ior appoint- jection is then and there made ember 4, 1973, for the sale, for all hunting, fishing or other- merit. will ,be finally approved by said .,ash, of one (1) 1967 Chev, roleL vise trespassing loving Farts. This rule is doubly is the last call to set tomato Important when the gound is plants or suckers fox fall pro- slick or cluttered, tductln' Other vegetables to Never jump on or off equip-]plant in early August include aent that is moving. Dismount Irish potatoes, pole snapbcans, Only after the tractor or other rutabagas and collards. equipment has come to a com-I Keep the garden frec from !01eta stop. Use handrails and weeds, insects and diseases. ladders or steps on self-propelled Mulch to conserve moisture and tnaehinc.ry. Keep them clean, help held down 'weeds. Harve-t Drive slowly on rough ground, regulaly and completely. Leav- "-"-- ins fruit on the plant will cause Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Service! Be Sure-- .... lnure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville --..., I,it to stop producing i As a row goes ou of produc- tion, clean it off and replant. Keep the garden full of young fast - growing, heavy - producing vegetables. WINTER GRAZING For quick stands .of winter grazing crops, fallow the land during August. Disk several NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by tke Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, in the Eoard Room of the Courthouse in Woodville, Mis- .iss]ppi. up to noen on Friday, August 10, 1973. to purchase for cash from the Revenue Sharing Fund, for the u'se of the Fourth Supervisor's Separate Road Dis- trlct, one 1} new motor grader equipped with at least 140 H.P. 4 cylinder diesel engine, taft- dem drive, oil chltch, synchro- mesh transmission with 6 for- ward and 6 reverse, 14:00 x 24 tube type tires, 12 foot ,sliding moldboard thydraulie), power steering, and enclosed cab. The Board reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids. This 5th day of July, 1973 times during the month and if Alonzo H Sturgeon Clerk lime s needed apply between .....  ' " the diskings. /.! /w ........ ........ NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, Of Wilkinson County, 2-bath brick veneer home in Mississippi Centreville. $27,500. Hewes Real Estate, John C. Hewes, phone 888-3941. 5/18/if 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 ii i1| I , _ a GOOD DEALS NOW on all Ford HAY MAKERS BALERS  Three top balers, a model for every size lob. You can count on Ford de- pendability, economy, efflclency. Fa- mous Ford knotters tie your bales tight and firm. Ford.engineered plus features mean more profit for you whether you're feeding selling or doing custom work. CONDITIONERS AND RAKES Speed your haying, get better quality' hay faster with the Ford 510 hay con- ditioner. And for better raking, Ford rakes are tops. Let us demonstrate Its exclusive features. MOWERS Traditionally the sales leader, Ford mowers offer high-speed mowing, rugged dependability, have gained their prominence through perfor- mance. Stop In, see for yourself. FORAGE HARVESTERS Hard-working, moneymakers...that'= ,the Ford forage harvesters. Chop record-breaking crops fast efficiently' and as fine as you like without p ug- sing. That's the kind of performance you can plan on with a Ford forage harvester. Ask us to show youi' , Board of Supervisors, and that } door sedan, one (11 1960 Ford all assessments to which ob- jection is made, and which may l dump truck, and one (11 model 1985 Ford Grader Blade. Each be corrected and properl:y[ tam shculd be bid on sepa- determined by this Board, will Irately. be made final ,by this Board[ cf Supervisors, and that said i The Board reserves the right rolls and the assessments con, I o reject any and all bids. rained therein will be approved This the 17th day of July. y this Board of Supervisors; 1973. and tria, M.E. Erstling, Clerk 7/27/3w "1 This Board will be in ses- sion, for the purpose of hearing objections to the said assess-[HOME ments which may be filed, 3t the courthouse in the Town o! Woodville, sald County and State, on the 6th day of August, 1973 "2 This Board of Supervisor will remain.in session from day to day until all objections law- fully filed, shall have been dis- posed of and all proper cor- rections made in 'the said r.olls. "Witness the signature and zeal of the said Board of Super- visors this the 16th day of July, 1973, and, The Board of Supervisors ell "The Board Off Supervlsor t said Wilkinson County has ! Of Wilkinson County adopted the Uniform A.sess - By Tom Ashley, President ment Schedule far Motor Vehicle A12nzo H. Sttlrgeon, Clerk" Ad Valorem Taxes far the fiscal 7/20/3w !year 1973-1974, November 1, ---NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 1973, through October 31, 1974, as adopted by the Mississippi ,State Tax Commission, under iauthority of Section 10.[;07-01 el. seq. of tke 1768 Code Supple- ment, including privilege tax rates as furnished by Motto" Vehicle Comptroller, and that the said Mater Vehicle Assess- ment Schedule is now on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of the Board of Super- visors of said Wi]kin.on County and is now open for inspection and examination by any inter- eared taxpayer, and that said Board of Supervisors will con- vene in a regular meeting on the 7th. day of August, 1973, to Of The Town Of Woodvllle The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen, of said Town of Wood- villa has adopted the Uniform Assessment Schedule for Motto Veliicle Ad Valorem Taxes fm the ,fiscal year 1973-1974, No- vember 1, 1973, through October '31, 1974, as adopted by the Mis- 'sissippi State Tax Commission, ;under authority ,ef Section 10007-01 et seq. of the 1968 Code Supplement, including privilege tax rates as furnished by Motor Vehicle Comptroller, and thai. the ald Motor Vehicle Assess ment Schedule ls now on file, in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen of said by Maxjorie White, Home Agent Try Cooking Whole Broilers On Your Outdoor Grill If you have an outdoor bar- ecue grill that has a cover or a rotisserie, try cooking your rotlers whole Prepare the rotlers by tying the legs down 7/27/4wp I FOR SALE: Used G; refrigera- I for and Dixie gas r.ange, both I in good condition. Gerald Brad-] lay, phone 888-6705. 7 '27/2w BE gentle, be kind, to that ex- pensive carpet, clean with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooe $1. Ben Franklin Store 7/27/lw FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang, ex- cellent mechanical condition, air conditioned and new tires. Call 888-5501 after 5:30 p.m. 7/27/tf leaves, parsley, ro.semary, savory anti tarragcn for the first time in 1963. Laural or bay leaves, thyme and marieam were re- pored again that year after hav- ing been dropped from the list for some time. Celery seed imports went from 2.5 million pounds in 1960 to 4.2 million pounds in 1971. Oregano imports more than doubled in that same time, to 3.8 million pounds. It looks like the high popularity cf pizza is the reason for the boon, in oregano use. Who ever heard of a pizza with- F R E I!:; F,R F" ti; out cheese, tomato and oregano? o the tail using butcher twine Pie the wings down also by -  ' '"'"" - coming across the body with butcher twine, pulling the wings snugly against the body of the bird. If you will prepare your broilers in this way, you will end up with a neate finished product. Salt the broilers first by plac- ng salt inside the cavity and ub salt on the outside. Cook bout 2 to 2% hours, basting bout four times during the ,ookng. If you are using a rotisserie and cooking as many as two or .nora broilers, insert the rotis- PLANNING TO BUILD SOON??? New Rural Housing regulations now allow non-farmers the benefit of low cost, long term financing with a Federal Land Bank Loan. hear and take action on any Town .of Woodvllle In 'the Town "erie rod crosswise. Alternate complaint filed in w, ritiflg, oh- Hall and is now open for inspec- ,he birds, one will: its legs re- jecting to and petitioning for lion and examination by any ward you and the next with its breast toward you. You will LIVESTOCK SERVICE Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates. individual order buying service. Quantities of stacker cattle bid on in pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Phone 888-6682 Woodvil!e, Miss. iiiiii I -- - --  I I I LOANS rove better balance of the ro- lsserie. If you have an enclosed grill, ou 'do not need a ,rotisserie. ?lace the charcoal fire at one end and the chickens a the )thcr end. Close the grill and )pen one air vent at the top md one on the opposite end of he bottom. Baste about four times during cooking. Cook 2 o 2/z hours. For baste, use 2 cups cider vinegar, 1 cup vegetable oil. plus some Tabasco sauce, red pepper, md garlic powde'r. ' Iterb? or Spice? Can you tell which is an herb r which is a spice if given a 'lst of common herbs and spices? Most of us cannot. Traditionally, spices grow in tropical regions nd herbs come from the tem- perate zones. Spices are aomatic egetable substances -- seds 'eaves, bark, roots and other lant parts. Herbs consist of the aromatic eaves, stems and flower heads. , eeds are excluded, so most of seed spices grown in tte emperate zones are called "'aro- natic seeds." Dtwing the 1960's the use of herbs doubled to 14 million oounds. Our United States ira- Get the advantages of reasonable interest, full pre-payment without penalty, and terms that fit your needs. Seal Tractor Co. Woodvilld, Miss. The man to contact is Alex Geter, Federal Land Bank Association of Brookhaven, Miss., Phone 601-833-1771. I I IlL I .:::::::::::::.;::;:.:.. :* , ..................... F::...a::..::.:. ....... ,, , . , , ::,,,, ,,;", .::::,::. ::.::::..: :-a ...... " " ::"":"' ................ " ............... .... ....,... ............ ::. : . ie!:::::i::i::i:i..,;:!, CUSTOM CLIPPING & PLOWING For information and arrangements please contact either: Shane Pourciau at 645-4011 or Earl McNabb at 645-3762 $5 000 in Centreville, Miss. ort statistics listed basil, mlnt ,, ,,,, from $100 to I .................................................................................................. Bill Consolidating Loans { Sluggin' it out to the end. Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As V to V and Sometimes Even More. " .... Ford --Free COUNSELING SERVICE-- ? . Call Or Stop By Our OFfice  Price-fighmr'--- Woodville Finance, Inc. Clearance0000,",:0000 Depot Street Phone eSe-0000000 H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville,, Miss.