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Friday, September 14, 1973 The Woodvtlle Republlcan, Woodville, Mississippi Page 5 LOCAL MAYORS, JP'S INTERROGATED IN CLASS ACTION SUIT (Continued from Page 1) tentlon that mayors and Jus- tices of the peace are not edu- cationally qualified to sit as tice court, even though justices Judges because of a lack of of the peace again get their legal training. In the case of costs regardless of the verdict, the mayors, plaintiffs contend there is an alleged financial that they serve as chief exeeu- dependency caused by need to tlve officers of their towns and handle a volume of criminal and merchants and large creditors, immediately jumped into his The plaintiffs allege that this t.rusty pickup to try to catch dependency renders it imprac- the departing guests who we tical for JP's to render verdicts knew had taken Highway 24 to against these creditors because Centreville. of the impending threat of tak- As we traveled along at a ing their collection business rather high rate of speed near elsewhere. He stated further that Kee Ranch• a white object in the criminal division of ]us- loomed up in our pathway, and since we were meeting traffic at the time we had no choice but to run over it. Happily, ,we thought at the time. it was only ' styrofoam ice chest which simply exploded on impact, with our children packed! Happtly, I proper sex ratio in the herd. no roving photographer passed I While providing for good man- by to snap Ye Olde Editor gement opportunities, the sea- hitchhiking in such questionable attire on Sunday morning. COMMISSION SETS SEASONS IN FLOOD STRICKEN AREAS (Continued from Page 1) vember l and November 3 throhgh November 16, are sched- State of Mississippi sons a.re optional. A club may County of Wilkinson choose to participate in all. part of, or none of these seasons. Turkey Season Set Seasons for wild turkey were set from March 23 through April 21 in several areas which include Wilkinson County. Plant For A PUBLIC NOTICE September 5, 1973 Minute Book W, Page 515 Be it remembered that at the above stated term of the Honor- a,ble Board of Supervisors of sid County, orders were made and there was levied upon each dollar of assessed valuation in the County, and County School District and Rc,d Districts (except values subject to state tax only) as follows: Mills General County Fund ........................................................................... 8.00 Sheriff-Assessor Fund ............................................................................ 1.00 County Library Fund ........................................................................... 1.75 Southwest Development District Fund ............................................ 0.20 as such are charged with the traffic violations. In this area. financial interests of the mu- Focte said. plaintiffs allege, nicipality and thus cannot be unprejudiced in collecting fines. In the case of justices of the Peace, Foote stated that plain- tiffs allege that the JP's have a pecuniary interest in law suits because although by law they are entitled to collect fees re- gardless of the verdict rendered, tteir livelihood depends on h.andling business of certain WHEN YOU GET through innuendo, that if a JP were to render verdicts unfavor- able to law enforcement officers, they would have the tendency to make citations returnable to ]another court, thus depriving /the justice of business from which he derives a livelihood• Footc pointed out that the defendants ,t, ake the position that there is a definite place and need for this lower court system, primarily because of the social strata, economic level and no evidence of damage• A few uled for all areas normally open liGoo d Stand miles further on, however, just to deer hunting. Archers can I as we spotted cur quarry some take one deer of eittler sex per distance ahead near tile Charles season. Campbell residence, an uproar broke loose underneath the truck. We stopped, expecting to find a blown-out tire, but to our vast chagrin discovered in- stead that the innocent looking box we had hit was loaded to the brim with nylon trot line replete with hundreds of fish hooks• all of which was now tightly entwined around the drive shaft of the truck. Pr]mitive firearms hunters can take a deer of either sex December 15-16 in Itawamba and Monroe Counties. in addi- tion to all counties or parts of counties open for regular ant- lerless gun seasons• Commission regulations pro- hibit tl;e taking of spotted fawns during any season. Antlerless hunting will be al- lowed by regular gun hunting County Farm Fund ................................................................................ 1.75 It is very important to get a Public Health Fund ................................................................................ 1.20 good stand from the first plant- Courtllouse Special Fund .................................................................... 0.65 ing of wintergrazing crops with County-wide Pcad & Bridge Fund .................................................... 7.00 the high price and scarcity of County Port Fund .................................................................................. 0.50 good seed, according to Bill Minimum School Program Fund ....................................................... 7.00 McKie. area agronomy specialist. In recent years, ryegrass seed in particular has been very low priced and often a few extra pounds of seed per acre were added as insurance when plant- mg on a poor seedbed or when other good management prac- tices were shortcut. This year Wilkinson County School Maintenane Fund .............................. 6.75 TOTAL COUNTY-WIDE ................................ 35.80 There is hereby levied and imposed upon each dollar of assessed valuation of taxable property in the Road and School Districts named below for Bonds, Interest, Maini;enance and incidental expenses thereof: Mill General Fund Principal and Interest Fund ................................. 2.00 Field Memorial Community Hospital Bond Fund ........................ 1.00 educational background. simplicity of life-style of people affected• He said that the .offending mass, our only of Highway 61. December 27-30, our local communities in the alternative was L0 hitch a ride 1973. one (1) antlerless deer in TOGETHER -- THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY SOMETHING GOOD IS HAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! and Since .we had no knife or means in areas which include: there will probably be only the other tool with which to remove All of Wilkinson County west enough seed to plant one time, Health Center Bond Fund .................................................................... 0.40 so it is recommended that a Neighborhood Facility Bond Fund .................................................... 0.30 good planting job be done the Nursing Home Bond Fund .................................................................... 2.00 state of Mississippi have a need and a desire for a less sophisti- cated judicial system and that although everyone agrees that some reform is necessary and desirable no one has yet come back to Woodville. Fortunately, after a few cars had passed us by, e were able to flag down "Mr. Paul" Franken*lurger, who graciously returned us to our residence. addition to .the regular bag limit• Antlerless season were rec- ommended by the Game Divi- sion technicians for the purpose of harvesting surplus deer where P.S. The real kicker to our needed for proper herd manage- up with any acceptable sugges- tions for improvement. LOCAL1SMS (Continued from Page 1) emergency gear necessary for trave.[ with an infant. Ye Editor first time around. The following suggestions will help assure a good stand of wintergrazing: Allow newly plowed fields to lay fallow for .at least two weeks and preferably for three weeks I Courthouse and Bride Bond Fund .................................................... 5.00 Wolf, are Building and Land Notes Fund ........................................ 1.00 TOTAL OND  INTFRFAST .................... 11.70 Forest Acreage Tax, 2c per acre RATES IN EACH SEPARATE TAXING UNIT FOR 1973-74 ment This t "e of mana'ement so plowed-under plant residues rather long-winded story is i, hat "" i,ned o '- tt deer can decay These fields may at the time we were forced afoot is cJes. g . o Keep " e ' . ' ' .... 1 need to ,be worked several times on Highway 24 on Sunday morn- herd within capablhties of arm - , ". ....... .hlo habitat The m-ns=m,mt[aurmg nis period, on ianowea ing at about churci] time we ............... il" fields, the young stand w l were clad in shorty pajamas technique aids in assuringl. , . . °. nar/e les carnage nom carry plus a pair ,of shorts which we healthy deer with proper antlerJ . • over pests. had hurriedly donned earlier formatmn and good body weight, J .......... that morning to help nurse while in addition to maintaining the I_ emy all p mnUng u nul arouna. Iepemoer  aria uen pmnt ficio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in and for the County and only cereal crops (oats, rye or ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Olaster, Miss. i i i .11 i I II • that's simply a matter of taking care of the little things like leaky hot water faucets, light bulbs left on that' nobody needs... things like this all add up. For a free booklet on how to use elec- tricity more efficiently-and save yourself money-just visit our office, or write us. Mills First District ............................................................................................ 47.50 Second District ........................................................................................ 47.50 Third District ............................................................................................ 47.50 Fourth District ........................................................................................ 47.50 Fifth District ............................................................................................ 47.50 I, Alonzo H. Stu,rgeon, Clerk of the Chancery Court and Ex-Of- State aforesaid, do hereby affirm that the above ad foregoing is wheat} at this time. Planting a true and correct copy of Tax Levy as made by the Board of of cereal and ryegrass mixtures Supervisors at their September Term thereof. A. D., 1973, as the should be delayed until the same appears in detail with M1 orders thereon of record in Mi,nute latter part of September• Start planting ryegrass alone around Book W, at Page 515. et sea. in my office. J October 1. Early pl.anted cereals Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk can be overseeded with ryegrass in early October. The ryegrass so prominent in home furnish- is in safe operating condition. fungus disease "Blast" has el- ing trends. ready been reported killing vol- Today, the patchwork design unteer ryegrass in Simpson is just .as much at home on table County. If warm, humid weather napkins and placemats, cushions condition prevail throughout or wall decorations. September, this early infection Patchwork can add color and of "Blast" fungus on v,clunteer design anyplace i.n the house. ryegrass will build an innoeulum Use it to accent plain fur- potential, bat can spread to nishings. A colorful cover on a any early ryegrass plantings cushion, for example, can spot- and possibly create another fall light rather than subdue a sofa like 1971 If ryegrass planting or chair. m delayed until most early in- Patchwork placemats may add footed volunteer stands have a topic of conversation. Or, a died and the dead plant residue study area can come to life destroyed, then the probability with a patchwork rug made of of severe infection is somewhat remnant carpet samples• reduced. The fall of 1972 was Patches on the wall can be dry so very little disease oc- fun, too. Design a patchwork curred. With the tight seed sit- wall hanging. And 'be creative. uation and this disease posen- Don't limit your patches to the tial, delayed planting is cer- usual square. And use some of tainly recommended, the decorative stitches of the Seeding rates suggested are zig-zag sewing machine. 40 lbs. of ryegrass per acre To give your creations some broadcast .mixed with fertilizer• semblance of harmony, look for Under no circumstances would patches that have something in over 50 lbs. of seed per acre ,be common. Perhaps it's the same nests can catch the smallest recommended. Where seed are print or the same color. Or you spalq and start a fire. They drilled, 30 lbs. of seed per acre can tie scraps of many designs may also plug the flue, blocking is ample. High seeding r.ates and colors together ,by grouping proper exhaust of toxic gases. make the plants grow up fast them on a piece of material that These. measures plus the use and give earlier grazing, but the brings out the best in all of of a sturdy fine mesh screen total yields are not increased them that completely covers the fire- significantly. Fireplace Safety place opening will help assure To assure .profitable grazing Can't wait 'til the weather you of a fire that warms but from these expensive seed. apply gets cool enough to start up the doesn't burn. lime to acid soils plus the ten- fireplace this fall? Well, if you Now is a good time to check oral recommendation of 60 lbs. can't wait on the weather, do or have checked any other hoe.t- of nitrogen, 60 ]bs. phosphate wait 'ttl y.cu're sure the ireplace ing systems in your be,me. and 60 lbs: of potash per acre unless a soil test shows a dif- ferent fertilizer requirement. Although the fireplace is a favorite gathering place in the fall and winter, it's also one of the prime causes of fire in the home. Mos often these fires result from a lack of proper supervision, improper construc- tion and improper maintenance. Now is a good tfme to give your fireplace a careful once- over. Check the brick at the hearth and at the sides and back of the fireplace to make sure the mortar is tight. The tiles, masonry, and mortar joints should ,also be checked to make sure they are sound. Don't forget to check the damper to see that it operates smoothly and freely. The smoke shelf needs a .thorough cleaning of soot and loose mortar. Most chimneys and flues should be cleaned once a year, If birds and animals have used your chimney t.o build nests, the Natchez Stockyards DHON00EI Jerard Allen, Manager Ph. 442-0271 A leaky hot water faucet might seem like a small nuisance,.. but actually, it's a big waste of water and fuel. A drip once per second can waste over 200 gallons of hot water in a month, and you pay for it. Your Electric Power Association wants you to use electric power wisely, and by Mrjorle White, Home &gent When someone mentions patchwork, probably the first thing many people used to think of was the pieced quilt on grandma's bed. Now it is used .for the "natural" look that is Natchez, Miss. SALE EVERY THURSDAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS For Local Trucking Ca|l KIRK FORD, 888-4595, Woodville SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION Year-end Knockouts. ¢o:d . Pnce-fighter 00earance H & R FORD, inc., Woodville, Miss.