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w Friday; August 3, |973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mlsslssippl CI,ASSIFIED ADS HI neigt]bor, Tried Blue Lustre HOE I yet for cleaning carpets? It's STR-YED--Biac-k-L-abr-ador-re-super! Rent electric 'hamper ' t ]? &L triever PUPpy, 4 months old, t$1- Ben Franklin Stere. wearing black flea collar and 118/3/lw leather coBar, from my home P---AN-'T'.--e e , 7-'" "- ' ' arlv this wek Reward for in- --_ ' 7"" . __, locall-" Re . " '. i t:onom smrcu y. - Edwin Holt, 888-6449, party can take a biG" saving on 8/33/lw .............. Iow payment balal{ee. Write: LOT FOR SALE: Located north- Gulf Coast Piano C: P. O. Box west of town on Highway 24. 667. Panama ulty, 'la. 32401. F'," information call 888-6490, 18/3/lw . '-Ilt,lll,.b lgp' ir_ W'lpe Johnson. FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan l 83/2w front, end loader with blade; by Marjorie White, Home Agent one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; EASY CARE CLOTItING BECKING General Merchandise " "" " ' ck I - I one 1968 F-800 twin ..crew tru . for groceries, notary public, Contact Jack McDaniel, Centre- ALLOWS LEISURE TIME [ bookkeeping, tax service, seam- ville, Phone 645-4371 or 5588. When buying e hi 1 d r on' s stress, cosmetics, shes, clgthing, 7/13.'tf clothing, ,it's a good idea to] feeds. We invite your busine ..... : ................. ',consider the care needed, in best rices in town--never un- POSTED: All lands owned bY lrelatio n to the life ,style of the dersold. Good service and aGO2 the John A. MeClain, Sr.,,family and money available. Work our spec!alty. Lo'ated off heirs a,re hereby posted against "Money can be saved by Man Street near Crown Service all hunting, fishing or other- buying garments that do not Sf-tion bus stnu. Box 9456. Phone wise trespassing. 6a5-5198. Centreville 7/27/4wp 8/3/lw ........... FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang, ex- FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 60. 3-bed- [ eellent mechanical condition, room mobile home. $350 and air conditioned and new tires. i asume notes. Phone 645-5665. Call 888-5501 after 5:30 p.m. Centreville. " 7/27/tf 7/27/2wp FOR SALE: House on Water Street,. Two large bedrooms, bath. livina' room. dining room. kitchen. Mrs. Bessie phone 888-4203. 7/20 'tf Swaggart, have ease-of-care finishes and I therefore, will be less expensive," I advises Marguerite O. Davis. [clothing specialist fo,r the Co- operative Etension Service. "This is especially true if the ,child is growing rapidly and cannot wear the same size for lor}'." The clothing specialist ..aid that if the adults work outside the home buying clothing with ease-of-care qualities will allow 'free time to be spent with the Announcing a Future Secretary to the Firm MISS CASEY ELISE ADAMS Born Saturday, July 28, 1973 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. (Randy) Adams, III Gloster. Mississippi ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street GloJter, Miss. family, rather than caring for HOUSE FOR SALE: Carte,r Sub- I clothing. division. 3-bearoom, 2-bath. GROUND MbLES large den and kitchen. Spacious lot. Call 888-2721 for appoint- SIGN OF GRUBS mont. Mounds of dirt or ground .............................. mole "runs" in your lawn are HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom. 2-bath brick veneer home in ]pretty good signs the grass is infes,'ted with grubworms. Centreville. $27.500. Hewes Real Getting rid of the grubs will Estate. J.ahn C. Hewes. phone get Jrids of the moles, too. 888-3941. ' You can trap the moles, but 5/18/tf !others 'will find their way there Want Ads Get Quick Results! NURSERY SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Developed curriculum offered for 4 ard 5 year olds using latest professional methods. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL. For further information contact: Mrs. O. K. Ferguson Phone 888-6682 because grubs are one of their foods. CDlordane will control grubs,[ thus eliminating your mole ' problem. ] ' LOOK FOR SALS GIMMICKS] Don't be a victim of ales' gimmicks that rob you of hard- cairned dollars. Be alert to sales methods that are fradulent. I "Unordred merchandise can ] be returned and not accepted. I You are n,ct obligated to buy something you do not order. "Bargains" should be care- fully checked and evaluated. Nothing is a bargain unless you need and can afford it. Don't. be mislead by limited time offers and door-to-door salesmen who want to lease merchandise on approval Com- pare and check, local prices and merchandise. "Oral agreements" and "golden opportunities" should be carefully checked. Get all areements in writing. Check them carefully. When in doubt about any sales offer, check with your local consumer a',ssociation, Bet,- ter Business Bureau or Cham,ber , of Commerce. When someone you love is far reach out touch them awa00 witla your voice. Dial themlong distance. And when you do, dial an economy call the One Plus way. There's no cheaper way to call them long distance. ................................. :': i } @. SouthCentral Bell Mississippi people keeping .you in touch Flood Damage At Lake Mary' During and after ne fl=od. ..- Many camps and most trailer homes locad in the Lake Mary resort community were heavily damaged or destroyed by the flood, as can be seen in the two photos above which were taken last weekend. Whatsoever Things by Donald E. Wildmon I went into a business re- cently to ,see a buddy of mine, and. while I was talking with him I noticed a rock about the size of my fist on a counter. On the rock was written hese words: "Number 'One:" I was curious about what .those word meant ,and tried to figure it out. but I finally gave up and tusked him the meaning. He told me it was the .first stone. I was still puzzled by it all: I racked my brain to tie to- ,.ether te significance. Then he told me the story of the woman cnught in the act of adultery who wa,s brought to Jesus. The law required that the woman be stoned to death, as stoning was the Jewish .m-thod of execution. Those in the crowd asked Jesus what to do with the wom- an. Their desire was to stone her. Jesus stooped down and wrote in the direr, then He once said upon seeing another in a very sad condition: "There, except by the grace of God, am I." We are taught to pray a prayer which goes like bhis: "Forgive us our sins as we for- give those .who sinned against us." In other words, our forgive- ness depends on our forgiving. If you can't forgive, don't expect any forgiveness. It ,takes no special talent to forgive. You don't have o have the mind of a genius: only a loving and compassionate heart. And that from attitude and practice, not from great knowledge. "Let the person among you who is without sin throw the first stone." It is .good to re- member those words when we are ready .to condemn another. i It is so easy to .do, his casting of stones, and often so .tempting. I I think I'm going to get me a rock and put it on my desk. On it I will write: "The first stone." Then when I'm inclined to throw verbal stones at another who has done wrong, T will look at that stone ,and recall the .story of Jesus and She woman poked up and answered them: I Let the person among you who] is without sin hrow he irst i stone." One hv one they all l walked away. Then Jesus for- gave the woman ,and told her nol to sin again. The first stone. It might not be a bad idea if we all ,had a stone lying around close by to remind us of our need to for- give. It is awfully easy some- times to see the other person's sin while ignoring our own. Too often we can become so pious and perfect to ourselves that i,t causes us o look down on another in scorn and same. When we get to be that holy, we .are too holy. Always n the' .heart of the Galilean there was a spot reserved for forgiveness , nd ,cozzassiom , wise., peo i caught in adultery. I will re- member the forgiveness and Pae 5 Young Men Still Required To Register On 18th Birthday Young men must still register with Selective Service at the time of their 18th birthday even though there is no draft, Mr. G. C. Golden, Chairman, Wilkinson County Local Board No. 85 an- nounces. He urged those men who have not registered to do so promptly. "Failure to register is a vio- lation of the law," Mr. Golden emphasized, "and could result in prosecution by the Depart- ment of Justice." The President's auttority to induct men into the service ex- pired on July 1. The Adminis- tration does not plan .to seek an extension of this authority, and the Defense Department is re- lyin on volunteer enlistments to suloply military manpower. Only induction authority over those not previously deferred exoired on July 1, Mr. Golden said. All other vrovisions of he Military Selective Service Act remain in force. The annual lottery wll be held. Young men must continue to register and their local boards will classify them as to their availability for military service should congress ,authorize the resumption of in- ductions in the event of a national emergency. Mr. Golden said the law re- quires that all male ,persons, except certain nonimmigrant aliens, in the United States must register with the Selective Service System within the 60- compassion He had for someone who had done wrong and was sorry. One stone is all I will need for there is no danger that I will ever use it. You see I. too, don'.t qualify. day period commencing 30 days prior to the 18th birthday. He stressed that young men actu- ally have three leg, el obli- gations: (1) they must register at age 18, (2) .they must notify their local Selective Service boards when they change ad- dresses, and (3) they must carry their draft cards with them until their liability expires, ,which for most men today is at age 26. Selective Service is under- going a major reorginization at this time, Mr. Golden ex- plained, as the System reverts to a'standby operation with no inductions taking 91ace. Many local boards are being relocated or consolidated at a fewer num- ler ,of admntsative sltes across the state. To eliminate the need for young men to travel to these administrative sites, Mr. Golden said Regis- trars and Advisors o Regis- trants have been aDointed in most communities. With no in- ductions now planned, few prob- lems should arise ,for the regis- trants which would require them to visit the administrative sites, Mr. Golden reported. Wilkinson County is served from the Selective Service Sys- .em Area Office at Natchez. It is located at Room 134 Fry ,Building, latchez, and is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Also advisors to the regis- trants in Wilkinson County ,re: Mr. H. Emerson Berryhill, Mrs. Betty Dawson. and Mr. Fred H. Netterville of Wood- v}lle; and Mr. Venton A. Mc- Nabb and Mr. Hlllery E. Horn Of Centreville. ANTISEPTIC PERFECTED At Liberty, before the Civil War, Dr. Tichenor ,began work- ing ,on .the formula that bears his name as an antiseptic, 1,000 OPENINGS SHIPFITTERS ELECTRICIANS WELDERS CARPENTERS CHIPPERS RIGGERS BURNERS OUTSIDE Machinest PIPEFITTERS INSIDE Machinest PIPE WELDERS PAINTERS SHEETMETAL MECHANICS Our new shipyard continues to grow as it achieves full production. We need 1,000 more people as a result of our planned expansion of our work force. There's still time to get in on the ground floor, /'f you hurry. These are permanent, full-time open- ings. Pay rates $4.30 to $4.60 an hour for experienced craftsmen. Pay rates $2.84 and above for appren- tices depending upon prior experience. Steady work, good fringe benefits, big backlog of work. Report as soon as possible to Ingalls Employment Office for interview. Office open 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, and all day Saturday. Employment Office is located at entrance to new shipyard. Ingalls Shipbuilding Litton p.o. Box P00sc.sou00., u00ss. 39567 An equal opportunity employer Male/Female Make your last round decision. Fo.rd Prce-fighter !earan00 H @ R FORD Inc., Woo.dviib, Mi00s. !i