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Friday, August 10, 1973 CLASSIFIED ADS ] MAKE ben:ten-down c, arpet nap I at doorways bright and fluffy[ again with Blue Lustre. Rent l electric shampooer $1 at the Ben Franklin Store. 8/1.0/lw HOUSE FOR SALE: Located in Kaigler Bottom, Woodville. Call after 5 p.m. 888-6668. 8/10/4wp FOR SALE: 1973 Kawasake 500, 2 months old, in excellent condition, 3.000 miles, $995.00. Phone Natchez 445-4265 or Cen- treville 645-5067. 8/10/lw FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet Caprice, 396 engine, good con- dition, $500. Star Route 2, Box 888, Woodville. 8/10/lwp POSTED: Rosemont Plantation is hereby posted against all trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft 8/10/if FOR SALE: Imported from Eng- land: Service for 8, Daisy MINUTES OF' MEET BD. OF EDUCATION OF WILKINSON CO. 3N-1E, $599.50; 4N-1E, $5,064.20; 1N-IW, $237.75; 2N-1W, $773.75; 3N-1W, $1,742.50; 4N-1W, $488.75; 1N-2W,. $275.09; 2N-2W, $799.78; !3N-2W, $467.50; 4N-2W, $2,537.38; 5N-2W, $20.C0; 1N-3W, $811.25; State of Mississippi i2N-3W, $255.00; 3N-3W, $793.62; County of Wilkinson !4N-3W, $3,198.02; 1N-4W, $856.25; The Wilkinson County Board [2N-4W, $1,845.00; 3N-4W, $1,158. of Education met in regular sea- I trict 1; Marie Russell Green, District 2; Charles H. Campbell, ..President, District 3. Absent: W. V. Carter, R. J. Netterville. In addition foregoing to the members of the Board, Richard T. Watson, Board Attorney was )resent. The minutes of the May 7, L973 session of the Board were read. On motion by John Green, seconded by Marie Russell Green and unanimously carried, /the foregoing minutes were ap- proved as read. The mont:hly travel report of Community Hospital, $178.00; Fred Geisenberger, M.D., $12.00; Ginn Office Supply Co., Inc., 254.91; Wendell B. Hohnes, M.D., 55.{]0; Lindsly Auto Parts, $92. 40; McGehee Motor Parts, Inc., $199.47; Miss. Power & Light Co., $437.20; Natchez Eye Clinic, $45. 00; Odom's Dispensing Opticians, $25.20; O'Neal Steel, Inc., $412. siGn ,a.t 3 o'clock p.m., Tuesday, I75; 1N-5W, $132.59; 2N-5W, $100. June 5, 1973, in the office of the !00; 3N-5W, $00; Total, $22,593.50. 04; Planters Hdw., Inc., $658.00: County Superintendent of Edu-[ On motion by John Green, Sears, Roebuck and Co., $89.68; cation, with the following mere- [seconed by Marie Russell Green I Charles Stern, M.D., $18.00; Da- bers present: John Green, Dis-i and unanimously carried thevid L. Strange, DDS, $98.00; Su- following bills on the Claims per Service Station, $9.47; Docket were approved for pay- Woodville Utilities, $56.58 Ace Iment: Hardware, $39.38; Tyler Tol Co., i General School Fund: The Inc., $20.97; An n C. Waddell, $23. i Wcodville Republican, $50.38; 29; Dave E. Carter, $69.00; Mary Ketchings Co., Inc., $121.55. F. Carter, $48.60; Dietzgen Corp., I Other Current Costs Fund: $19.35; Oliver H. Van Horn Co., Mississippi Power & Light Co.,line., $38.60; 61-24 Gulf, $1.75; $572.02; Woodville Utilities, $270. Woodville Utilities, $6.18; South 49; Town of Centrevllle, $100.90: Central Bell, $24.98; $12.77; Edu- Sanders Refrigeration & Elee. rational Systems Dev Corp., 1Service, $32.00; C. M. Treppen- $1104.31. dahl & Sons, Inc., $5.73; Plant;- Other Current Costs Fund: John Clark, School Bus Me- chanic, was read. On motion by John Green, seconded by Marie ers Hdw., Inc., $5.13; Seven Day Distributing Co., $15.40; Dave E. Carter, $60.(0. Transportation Fund : Miss. Power & Ltg.ht Co., ,$5.09; South Cent.ral Bell, $9.55; Buffalo Su- South Central Bell, $10.00. On motion by Marie Russell Green, seconded by John Green and unanimously carried the session was recessed to 1:30 '- clock p.m., Monday, June 11. On the ,recommendation of the Mississippi State Board for Vo- cational Education that the bid with the ten week delivery and in.stallation date be accepted, a motion was offered by W. V. Carter .that the bid of Mills- Morris Automotive be accepted at the bid price of $6,335,00. Said m:ction was seconded by Marie Russell Green and unani- moutly carried. On motion by W. V. Carter, seconded by R. J. Netterville and unauimously carried the Super- intcndent Of Education was in- structed to make immediate "Requisition For Advancement of Funds" tb Division of Voca- tional Education o  payment of Automotive Spray Booth. On motion by Marie Russell Green, seconded by W. V. Carter and unanimously carried the session adjourned. Charles H. Campbell President - pattern, cost $65, sell for $45. Russell Green ,and carried ,by Call 645-4071, Centreville unanimous vote this repc, rt was per Stere, $4.50; H & R Ford, Inc., $18.48; Jordan Auto Co., 1973. Charles H. Campbell President 8/10/2w approved as read. Inc., $39.36: Chemetron Corp ........ . . . -TFOR SALE Located north'- In accordance with authori- $6.30; L & M Tire Service, Inc,['a'e. f l:lss].ppl .61 00' Planters Hw T, A I Couny ci wilkinson h 24 zation granted at the May 7  , : , . ,,c., =. west of town on Hig way ' . " o ...... ' 9 . ,,--_ t,, ,. T, I The Wilkinson County Board 1973 session oi Lne oara ra "' " ........  ...... " "' *" ' t 1 0 Fer information call 888-6490, s ' - "8495 H -- -- F - - ' .^ 'lof Education reconvened ,a :3 Willie $ohnson poleon Anderson. Audrey p. z . ' z  ora, inc. $1,- , 11 688 9D ' ' ] oclock p.m., Monday, June , 8/3/2w ' Henry and Rejanah Stanton "..]2 ......... 11973, in the :effice of the County ............. came before the Board, along WIlK. (;o.-wme JJu'c Main- .....  _  [Supe,rmtendent of Educatmn, FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan with Alfonso Williams who is a tenance 'una: Mss. ower t[wit h the following members front'end loader with blade; t representativ e of National Edu- Light Co., $247.05; $188.17; Town lPresent: John Green, District 1;] one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; i cation Association. Williams of Centreville, $135.25; Malter Marie Russell Green, District 2; I one 1968 F-800 twin screw, truck. , tated that he came as a re--,. International Corp.,'!251.84; B i- Charles H. campbell, Presiflent, l Contact Jack McDamel, Centre-jresentative of the three teachers County Insurance AGency, $1,- District 3; W. V Carter, District1 ville, Phone 645-4871 or 5588. ipresent ,as well as of Rosa Bailey 277.00; Redd Pest Contr:ol, Inc., 4; R. J. Netterville, District 5. 7/13/tf Iwho did not appear. After dis-15130.00; Beck hams Electric Serv- The cession was called to or p ..... . ........ I cussion, Williams asked that the ]ice, $15.10; John L. Ash, $1.50; OSTED All lanas ownea oy -" ..... , " Sr [hearing be postponed because cf :Bernice M. Waddell, $1.10;, South der by :the President. herh: a Jr:llnereAby itdma'gains the absence of the Principals of :Central Bell, $1020; LeDaux The Superintendent having ......... h Wilkinson C o u n t y Training Music Stores, $32 88' Mr G s Re- made and same having been ap- all nunl;ing, llSnlng or o er-  ......... , ' ' ' . mcnooi ann oz me muperinena-Ipair Shop $18.09; Redd Pest i;,4vespassmg. ent of Education. I Control, Inc., $92.50; Natchez / / P A motion was offered by John lElectric &SuppIy Co., Inc., $29. FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang, ex- Green to allow the f.sur named 0O; Science Research Associates, cellent mechanical condition, teachers another tiearing, at Inc., $297.90; C. W. Whittington, air conditioned and new tires, their request on July 2, 1973. i $17.50; Do rena Davis, $40..00; Call 888-5501 after 5:30 p.m. Said motion was duly seconded Super Service Station, $1.5.8; 7/27/tf by Marie Russell Green and carried by Unanimous vote. FOR SALE: House on Water On motion by Marie Russell Street. Two large bedrooms, Green, seconded by John Green bath, hwng room, dining room and n n ' ' "[ u a imously carried, the kitchen. Mrs. Bessie Swaggart, iSuperintenden t was 'authorized phone 888-4203. I to advertise for all supplies and 7/20/tf Iservices fz,r the operation o,:ch   schools for the 1973-74 ' 2-bath brick veneer home in[ year' Centreville. $27,500. Hewes Real A motion was offered by John Glenn C. Thomas, $34.40; Joseph R. White, $40.09. Wilk. Co. Public Schools-Proj. 790021-ESEA-Tltle I Fund: Cen- tral School Supply Co., Inc., , $498.40; Martin .School Equip- 'ment Co., Inc., $348.81; Missis- I sippi Library Supply Co., $3,950. 09. Wilk. Co. Public Schols-Proj. 790031-ESEA-Title I Fund: Ace Estate, J;hn C. Hewes, phone Green to transfer the following Hardware $458.41: Bancroft Pa- 888-3941. Sixteenth Section Interest Funds per Co.. Inc.. $59.06:-Behavioral 5/18/if to,taling $22.593.50 to the Wil- Re.search Laboratories. $212.38; ktnson County-wide Dist,rict Chas. A. Bennett Co., Inc., $152. POSTED: All lands owned and Maintenance Fund. Said motion'28: F. R. Blankenstein. $193.41; controlled by the Estate of was seconded by Marie Russell Mary F. Carter, $8.00: CTB/Mc- Shad Perry are hereby posted Green and carried by unanimous Graw-Hill. $315.36; D'Aquila Oil against all hunting or otherwise vote , Co.. $71.59: Dietzgen Corp., $143. trespassing. Fund (Interest)and Amount: 59: Educational Systems Dev. 8/10/3mp Ihad Perry, Jr. 1N-1E $325.75: 2N-1E. $111.25:Corp., $975.52; Field Memorial proved by State Board of voca- tion.al Education, "Application For Approval In Advance For The Purchase of Equipment And I Supplies For Use In Reimburs- able Vocational ,and Technical Education Programs" and after advertising for three consecutive weeks, the Board opened all bids received for one (1) Automotive Spray Both to be installed in the Auto Body and Fender Shop of the Vocational - Technical Center raS follows: The Sherman - Williams Co., Jackson, Mi.s., $5,543.00, 16 to 18 weeks delivery flate;MillZMorris Aut.=,motive, Jacksofi, Mis'sl/ $6,- 335.90, 10 weeks delivery date. J by Marjorie White, Home Agent VarietY Meats Can Stretch Your Meat Dollar Variety meats are the internal argans of meat ,anhnals. They include liver,' brains, heart, s, kidneys, sweetbreads, tongue, tripe and lungs. These variety meats are usually good buys for several reasons: (D they are excellent sources of many nutri- ents we n#ed each day; (2) there is little waste, the,refore ou ,receive more lean mea.t for your noney; (3) they are usually in less demand than other cuts of meat, therefore the price ls lower; and (4) they add variety to your ,menu. Variety meats are more per- ishable than other meats. Cook and serve them seon after pur- chase. All variety meats should be cooked until well-done to prevent infection by parasite. Let's take a closer look at some of ,the more common Be a last round winner. 00Ford Price-fighte r Clearance H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. "THERE ARE THREE PLACES HABITUAL DRUG USERS END UP" MISSISSIPPI ST/kT E ESTABLISH E D" 185B :: ::: #;*i: : :;::, +..,$:...+.......,.........., ................ Don't let this happen to you. Let's STOP PUSHERS. If you have informa- tion concerning illicit drug dealings in your community, place a O_BAfid toll free call to. 1-800,222-7646 YOU NEED US...WE NEED YOU The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Page 5 I variety meats. Iof the variety meats, but they Liver is the most commonly Ineed not be reserved ,for only used variety meat. We are con- special occasions. Veal ,and tinually discoverj]g new bene-Ilamb kidneys are often left at- fits to be gained from this ltached to the chop Beef kidney meat. It is an excellent source is less tender han lamb or ]of protein and iron. All types veal and is usually cooked in of liver--beef, pork lamb, veal liquid. and 'baby beef are good values. Pork, lamb and veal liver are your best buys, as ,beef and baby beef are usually higher in price. Live.r may be cooked in a variety of ways. Beef and pork liver arc frequently braised or fried and are sometimes ground for loaves and patties. Veal, lamb and baby beef liver ,are usually broiled, pan-broiled or pan-fried. The membrane or outer kin should be peeled or trimmed from liver before frying. Brains are soft, very tender and have a delicate lavgr. They have good nutritional value. If brains are n o:t used immediately after purchase they should be precooked. To precook, simmer in water for ap0roximately 20 minutes. Add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of salt to keep brains white and firm. Fresh brain may be broiled, fried, braised or cooked in liquid. Heart is on,e of the less tender variety meats but is very flavor- ful. Therefore, ,b'raising and cooking in liquid are the best methods of cooking. Kidneys are the gourmet dish Sweetbreads ,are the two lobes .of the thymus gland. The axe tender and delicately flavored. Sweetbreads may be prepared in the same manner as brains. Tongue is another popular variety meat. :It can be pur- chased in the grocery store in a variety of ways, pickled, corned, canned, smoked or fresh. It is one of the less tender cuts of men:t, trhiorefore, it requires moist heat cooking. Tripe, a less popular variety meat, may ,also be ,purchased pickled, canned or fresh. It is one cf the less tender cuts :and requires long, slow cooking in a liquid. SAFE BURNINg DEPENDS ON YOU HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRE00 II IIIIII II I LIVESTOCK SERVICE @ Livestock hauled to any auction barn or other destination of your choice at reasonable rates00 order buying service. I of stocker cattle bid on in Individual Quantities pasture. Other livestock services available on request. Contact O. K. FERGUSON Woodvil00e, Miss. Phone 888-6682 It's Clearance onTorino. America's best selling mid-size car. 1 you might think available only on more exgensive cars. Visit your Price Fighting Ford Dealer'sClearance Sale. All it takes is one visit to your Ford Dealer to discover why Torino is America's best selling mid-size car. Smooth ride is one reason. And there are more. Standard features and options that give you the kind Of luxury you'd expect from high priced automobiles. Right now, your Ford Dealer has a big selection of Torinos. Remember, your Ford Dealer's prices imve been frozen. That means they can't be raised. But that doesn't mean they can't be lowered! Torlno's Instrument panel All auges are easy to read, controls within easy reach of driver. =: ....... :., .......................... == Optional AM/FM stereo radio with front and rear dual speakers. / 5=::-': ''-' l' . * Surprising luxury in a mid-size car. Shown" is the interior of the Gran Torino w|tb Luxary Decor Package. Gran Torino 2.Door l-lardtop with Luxury .. Decor Package. Steel-belted radial ply tires are available on all models. The closer you look, the better we look. H '& R FORD, Inc. Woodville00: Miss, ]Vtanual front disc brakes, standard. Power front disc brakes, optionaL The solid mid-size FORD TORINO FORD DIVION 0