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Friday, August 24, 1973 The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Missfssippi Page 7 ................................................. 'Mississippi, and containing 645.77 COUNTY A N T .q NOTES acres, nlorc :or less. -1------"--'-- The said Boa,'d of Supervisors by John J. Dale, Jr. 'of Wilkinson County on and af- ..................................... ,, ................................... I ter approval by the Superintend- NEW HERBICIDE PRACTICES NOW ALLOWED A recent interpretation of the Federal Enviromnental Pesticide Control Act allows application. of tank mixes of herbicides that are not labeled for such appli- cations. The applicator, farmer, arid lhe person making tile rec- ': onmendation are responsible. The herbicide bearing the greatest restriction determines how the tank mix can be ap- Plied. Some examples of tank nlixcs tha can legally be ap- lOlled now are: For soybeans: Lorox plus dlnitro: Lorox plus 2.4-DB: 2,4-DB plus dinitro. In cotton: Lorox plus MSMA or DBMA prior to bloom: also Probe prus MSMA. In pastures: 2,4-D plus di- earnba to remove some of the razre difficult .weeds such as dogfennel icypressweed), horse- nettle and viney plants While none of these examples Should be construed to be a recommendation they do point out the flexibility now possible With many of our herbicides. PASTURE WEED CONTROL Lost of weeds in our summer ent of Education of said Wilkin- pastures are too big to be of- son County before ordering the fcctively controlled with herbi- Clerk of this Board of Super- cides. Try clipping them now visors to advertise and request and then using a herbicide after said scaled bids, did at its regu- they grow back to eight to 15 lar August 1973 monthly meeting inches tall. order the leasing of the above Tank mixes of 2,4-D plus dicamba (Banvel} are now per- mitted. If you are willing to assume all risks, you may want to try this combination. Many of the hardy pasture weeds can be controlled with this mixture. HARVESTING Get your soybean harvesting machinery in shape now. A pro- season overhaul can assure thai your machinery will give trouble-free performance a mUSt for greatest profits from your soybean crop. Be sure to check all parts of the power unit including igni- tion. fucl. cooling, transmission. clutch, final drive, battery and electrical system, tires, hy- draulic systems and steering. The harvesting unit also needs a thorough check-up. An hour of harvest time is worth 1"0 times as much as an hour of pre-seasJn time Re- condition your harvesting equip- ment now and avoid costly de- lays in harvesting season. son County, Missi,ssippi, de- visor Louis Gaulden, the vote to enact and adopt the said resolution and ordinance was as f.ollows: Supervisor Lo uis Gaulden voted yes Supervisor Steve Reed voted yes Supervisor A. J. Darden voted ires Supervisor Tom Ashley voted yes The resolution and ordinance having been adopted by bhe above set out vote of the Board .of Supervisors of said Wilkin- son County, the President de- clared the resolution and ordi- nance .adopted. This 6 day of August, 1973. Tom Ashley, President NOTICE' FOR LEASE For Oil, Gas And Other Minerals In And Under The Following bescribed Sixteenth Section Lieu Lands Of Wilkinson County, Mississippi Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervmors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, UlO to noon ,on Tuesday, the 4th. day of September. 1973, the egular monthly September 1973 'raeeting date of said Board of Upervisors. for the amount only 0f the bonus to be paid for the lease of oil, gas, mineral explo- ration and development, except eand. gravel, cl, ay, gold, eom- l)oUnds of gold ores bearing gold, metals, compounds of aetal, or metal bearing ores. and salt, of all or any part of the Sixteenth Section lieu land ituated and being in Wilkin- described land, and did prescribe tile form of the oil, gas and mineral lease, the royalty to be obtained by the lessor, annual rental to be paid by the lessees. and the primary term of said lease, as required by Section 6600. 1942 Mississippi Code. Re- compiled, as amended: notwith- standing the provimons of Pa.ra- 8/17 3w graph 7 of ti>e lease, lessee shall --- .  State of Mississippi eslme the .urface of any loca- . . ticn, if a dry hole, to as near County of Wilkinson.. as practical to the condition it To the AosenL or unknown was prior to drilling of said Heirs at Law (If Any) of well, and shall fertilize, mulch l Wtlhe "Turk" McNeely, , Deceased, and seed said location with a I grass seed of sufficient quantity] You are hereby summoned to to adequate coverage of[appear before the Chancery the site. all of which is now l Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- on file in the office of the sismppl, at the September 1973 Chancery Clerk of said Wilkin- Rules, on the Second Monday of on County, subject to mspec- September, A. D., 1973, to plead, tion of all interested partie.s, answer or demur to the Pelf- The sealed bids submitted will I tion of the Joint Administra- bc publicly opened in the Board trixes filed in Cause No. 6013 Room of t.he said Board of Su- pervisors in the Courthouse in Woodville. Mississippi, at 2 o'- clock p.m. on said Tuesday, the 4th. day of September. 1973, and award of said le,ase made scribed as follows, to-wit: to the highest and best bidder All or any part of Section 27. or bidders as provided by The Board of Supervisors of said County reserves the right to reject any and all bids. This 6th day of August. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 8/10/4w NOTICE OF BIDS The Mayor and Board of Al- dermen of the Town of Wood- Township 4 North, l%ange 1 East. Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, containing 685.77 acres. more or less, less and except 40 acre.s, more or less, more particularly described as: From the well location which is 330 feet f.rom the East line and 330 feet from the South line of the Southeast Quarter and the Northwest Quarter (SE/4 and ville, Mississippi, will receive NWV4), Section 27, Township 4 bids up until seven o'clock p.m. North. Range 1 East, in Wilkin- on Tuesday, the 4th day of Sep- tember. 1973, for the sale of old son County, Mississippi, thence North 330 feet to the point of beginning; thence East 1.145 feet; thence Southerly and parallel to the West line of said Section 27. 962 feet; thence West for 1,810 feet; thence Northerly and parallel to the West line of said'Section 27 for 962.69 feet: thence East for 665 feet. more or less, to the point of .beginning, in Section 27, Township 4 North, Range 1 E.ast. of said Wilkinson County, Natchez St ,cKyards Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 Natchez, Miss. SALE EVER" THURSDAY building owned by the town and formerly occupied as Johnson High School. The said building l.s 'located on town ,property situated on the south side of road leading from the Wood- ville and Bayou Sara Road at the old oil mill to Sligo Road at the cemetery. Bids will be received for the sale of the building only, ,and the successful bidder will *be given ninety (90) days in which to raze the structure and m.ove .11 material and debris from 1,he premises. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Frances Townsend, Clerk 8/10/4w AN ORDINANCE Prohibiting The Dumping Of' Tin Cans. Bottles, Papers, Plastic Jugs, Cardboard And Paper Boxes And Other Waste Materials Of Every Kind And Description On The Rights-Of- Way Or Within Sight Of Any County Public Road, Including State Aid Public Roads, Within Wilkinson County, Mississippi TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Call KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville ' I I When the crew is you I I Be it enacted by bhe Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, that it shall be unlawful for any person, firm. partnership or corpora- tips to dump orl the rights-of- way or within sight of any County Public Road. including State Aid Public Road, within said Wilkinson County, any tin cans, bottles, papers, plastic jugs, cardboard and paper boxes and other waste materials of every kind and description. Be it further enacted by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, hat any person, firm, partnership or corporation ,who dumps on the rights-of-w.ay or within sight of any County Public Road. includ- ing State Aid Public Road, with- in said Wilkinson County, any tin cans. bottles, papers, plastic jugs, cardboard and paper ,boxes and other waste materials of every kind and description, shall be guilty.of a misdemeanor and upon conviction, shall for the first offense, be fined in a sum not exceeding Fifty Dollars ($50.00) and for each succeeding offense in a sum not exceeding One HundreU Dollars ($100.00) or imprisonment in the County Jail n..ot exceeding sixty (60) days or by both such fine and imprisonment for such second and succeeding offenses. Be it further ordered Eby the Board of Supervisors of said Wilkinson County, Mississippi, , ,  o ..... :* _.2... _. " , ,   ,., Even in a one-man operation, Hesston makes it possible to include a moderate size haying program with the Stak- Hand9 10. Yes, the StakHand 10 will get your hay up and out of the weather at the hourly rate of four to six tons. And the stacks nave self-storing, weather-resistant capabilities. Couple the StakHand with a StakMover 10 and you can put up hay one day, then move it later or. See us for all the benefits of a StakHand right away. We can even show you how the StakHand 10 system lends itself to feeding programs. eStakHand is a registered trademark of the Hesston Corporatlorl Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. I that this resolution and ordi- nance shall be published in The Woodville Republican. a news- paper published in said Wilkin- son County, for three (3) con- secutive weeks. The motion to enact the fore- going resolu,tion and ordrinance having ,ben made by Leon Cavin and being seconded by Super- of the Chancery Court of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, seek- ing to have the heirs at law of Willie "Turk" :McNeely, de- ceased, recognized, lelally ad- judicated as such and placed in possesion of said estate as con- templated and provided by Sec- tions 1270. 1271 and 1272 of the Mississippi Code Annotated 1942 and .as Reeompiled and Amended. wherein each of said absent ,or unknown heirs at law (if any) of said decedent is a defendant. This 14th day of August, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 8/17/4w State of Mississippi. County of Wilkinson. To the Absent or Unknown Heirs at Law, If Any, of Isaac Summage, Deceased, and Minnie Williams. Also Knovn as Minnie Jones, If Deceased, Minnie Williams. Also Known as Minnie Jones. Cage Summage, Arthur Davis, Joseph Davis, Earl Davis, Johnnie Davis. Matthew Davis, Mary Catherine Fountain Seiber, Lau,ra-:Ann: Fountain, Miles Fountain, McArthur F.cuntain, Eugene Ford, Mary M. Crump, Julia Porter, J. C. Williams, Clarence Villiamis, Jr., Ida McFarland, ,Edna Mac Payne. Jessie Mac West. Clifton R. Davis, John H. Cobb, Jr.. Annie Ferguson Wilson Beatrice Ferguson Butler, James Ferguson, Lurleen Ferguson Collins, Harrison Ferguson, Leona Ferguson Grimes. Jessie Ferguzon, W. L. Ferguson, and Odessa Ferguson Bryant: You are hereby summoned o appear before the Ch.ancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi, on the first Monday of November, A. D., 1973, to show cause why the Final Account of the Administrator .flied in Cause No. 4304 of the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, should not .be allowed and approved, and to plead, answer or demur to the petition of the Administrator filed there- in seeking final settlement and to have the heirs at law of Isaac Summage. deceased, recognized, legally adjudicated ,as such and placed in ,possession of said es- tate as contemplated and pro- vided by Sections 1270, 1271 and 1272 ,of the Mississippi Code Annotated 1942 and as Recom- .piled land Amended, wherein each of the said absent or un- known heirs at law of said Isaac Summage, deceased, and Minnie Williams, also known as Minnie Jones, if deceased, is a defend- ant, and each of you are de- fendants. This 20th day of August, A. D., 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 8/24/4w WHEN YOU GET TOGETHER -- THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY SOMETHING GOOD IS HAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Gloter, Miss. CLASSIFIED ADS TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre way .from carpets and up- holstery. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Ben Franklin Store 8/24/lw FOUND : White, part-Collie puppy. Brown ears, few spots. Weing lflea :collar. Owner please claim. Phone 888-4293 or 5471. 8./24/2w FOR SALE: Simmental X Angus bull calves. Immediate de- livery. $400. Treppendahl Farms phone 888-6892. 8/24/tf FOR SALE: One 164 Trojan front end loader with blade: one C5 Tree Farmer skidder; one 1968 F-SOD twin screw true.k. Conlaet, Jack MeDaniel. Centre- ville. Phone 645-4371 or 5588. 7/13 tf HOUSE FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, 2-bath brick veneer home in Centreville. $27.500. Hewes Real Estaie, J;]ln C. Hew,:% phone 888-3941. 5/18 tf HOUSE FOR SALE: Located in Kaigler Bott P.m. Wo,')dville. :Cqll afler 5 l) m. 88-666. 8 '10/4wp FOR SALE: House ol] Water WANTED TO BUY: Water-dam- Street. Two large bedrooms, aged House Trailers. Call collect bath. living room. dining room. kilchen. Mrs. Bessie Swagg'rt, 504-665-6128. Denham Springs, na. 8/24/lw FOR SALE: 12x60 mobile home. central air, washer/dryer. Call 225-7856. 8/24/lw FOR SALE: Air conditioned Volkswagen. Phone 888-2281 or 4638. 8/24/2w POSTED: All lands owned by J. P. Morgan heirs in Wilkin- son County, either jointly or in fee, are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. All previous per- missions revoked. Robert F. Catchings, Lessor 8/24/lm FOR SALE: 1965 Mustang, ex- cellent mechanical condition. air conditioned and new tires. Call 888-5501 after 5:30 p.m. 7/27/tf POSTED: Rosemont Plantation is hereby posted against all trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft 8/10/.tf phone 888-4203. 7/20 'if FOR SALE: Due to ill health. the following Wasllel eria Equipment is offered for sale: 36 washing machines and 16 dryers, all in good working con- dition. If interested, telephone 645-2772. Centreville. 8/24/4w WCTS NEWS WCTS had a good opening, Friday, August 17, registering 1415 students. The total was in- creased to 1496 on Monday. Carrie Sherman, the track star from WCTS. returned to Woodville Friday after having a successful trip from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where, she finished 61,h in the U.S.A. She also ran in the 440, finishing 2nd. WCTS Wildcats started their football practice Monday, Au- gust 20. Coach Williams greeted a large number of athletes dur- ing practice. Wordy Hicks. Jr.. Principal EXPERIENCED C A R P E N T E R NEEDED: GasqueL Realty Co.. 121 Winchester Road Natchez, Mississippi, Phone 442-2808. 8 '24/4w GARAGE SALE: Two family garage sale mirrors, furni- ture. lamps, old glass, jewelry, pants suits, childTen's clothes, dres,ses - on Tuesday, Septem- ber 4. a the home of Mrs. Ethel Anderson, Gordon St.. Centreville. Sale begins at 9 LAND FOR SALE: 66 acres, with a.m., to 5 p.m. timber and half of the roy- 8/24/2w alty, Wilkinson County. Contact Jeannette W:lker. 4546 North St.. Baton Rotlge, La.. call 921- 9374. 8/24 lw POSTED: All lands owned or managed ,by the undersigned arc hereby posted against all hunting, fishing o1' otherwise respassing. 8/24/6mp L.B. Ogden o" POSTED: All lands owned leased by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunt- ing, fishing or otherwise tres- passing. 8/17/ly Carrol Smith POSTED: All lands owned by the John A. McClain. Sr.. heirs arc hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 8/24/4wp You save more than money with U.S. Savings Bonds Year-end Knockouts. 00Ford00 Pnce-f,ghter" Clearance ,c,, H & R FORD, Inc., Woodville, Miss. It's the Town's Biggest Market Place- Read and Use Want Ads for Quick Results! The Woodville Republican