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Friday, September 21, 1973 COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES by John J, Dale, Jr. FERTILIZATION SITUATION Nitrogen and phosphate fer- tilizers are both in short supply so it will be a good idea if you can book your needs well in ad- Vance of the time you will need them. Soil testing to determine lime. Dhosphate and potash needs will let you know which fields most need the lertilizer. SOYBEAN IIARVEST Hill beans, our earliest ma- turing variety, will be ready for harvest late this month. Dare and Hood soybeans will be close behind in early October. Many of these fields have grown up in weeds that will make com- bining almost impossible. In Uch cases Paraquat may be Used to dry and .kill the weeds. Do not use Paraquat until the soybeans are fully ]nature or Yields may be dras,tically re- duced You may consider soy- beans mature when about one half the leaves have fallen and the rest are yellowed. The amount to apply is one- half to one pint per acre with one quart of nn-toxic sur- factant added in 100 gallons of spray. Use enough volume to get good coverage and allow 10 to 14 days for maximum effective- hess. Paraquat is the only chem- ical labeled as a harvest aid for oil mill soybeans. CIIINCII BUG CONTROL Chinch bugs are probably the worst lawn pest in the state. It seriously damages St. Augustine grass. Check your lawn each week for this pest• If you find chinch bugs present or their damage, treat the whole lawn evenly and thoroughly with an insecticide. For best results, wet the lawn thoroughly before ap- plying insecticide. Sprinkle the lawn again with water after the application. If chinch bug in- festations are heavy, re-treat the lawn again in two weeks to kill the newly-tmtehed bug,s. / i No. 4304 of the Chancery Court _ ! of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, should not be allowed approved, and to plead, answer or demur to the petition of the Administrator filed there- l in seeking final settlement and I to have the heirs .at law of Isaac I 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 ,and 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 State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson. To the Absent or Unknown I-Ieirs at Law, If Any, of Isaac SUmmage, Deceased, and Minnie Williams. Also Known as Minnie Jones, If Deceased. Minnie Williams. Also Known as hiinnie Jones. Cage Summage, Arthur Davis. Joseph Davis, -rl Davis, Johnnie ,Davis, Matthew Davis, Mary Catherine Pountain Seiber. Laura Ann Fountain. Miles Fountain, McArthur Fountain. Eugene l%rd, Mary M. Crump, Julia Porter. J. C. Williams. Clarence YCilliams. Jr. Ida McFarl, and. Idna Mae Payne. Jessie Mae .est, Clifton R. Davis John H. obb, Jr., Annie Ferguson Wilson, eatrice Ferguson Butler, Ja,mes Ferguson, Lurleen Fer, guson Collins. Harrison l%rguson, Leone Ferguson Grles. Jessie Ferguson, W. L. Perguson, and Odessa Ferguson lJryant: You are hereby a-ummoned to aDPear belore the, Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- Sissippi, on the first Monday of l%vember, A D.. 1973, to show CaUse why the Final Account of the :dministrator filed in Cause ._. Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servlcel Be Sure-- ----Insure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville I 8/24/4w Chancery Clerk NOTICE TO ROAD EQUIPMENT AGENCIES Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, in[ the Board Room of the Court-i house in Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon on Tuesday, October 2. 1973, to pu, rchase for cash from the Revenue Sharing Fund, for the use of the Fifth Super- visor's Separate Road District. one (1) new Crawler Tractor with 6 cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine developing at least 140 H.P. a the flywheel at 1900 R.P.M., individual adjustment free fuel injection pumps, with direct electric starting system, power shift transmission, hy- draulic controls, straight bull= dozer blade, hydraulic controlled tilt cylinder, steel canopy cab. and power controlled winch. The Board reserves the right reject any and all bids. This 4th day of September, 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon, Clerk 9/7/4w NOTICE OF SALE The Wilkinson County Board of Education will receive sealed bids until 3:00 o'clock p.m. Mon- Breakfast is served NNNN00O00N StakFeeder 30 The only haying crew needed to feed the same amount ' of hay as that in 120 fifty-pound IJa[es with the Stak- Feeder@) 30 is...one man! Imagine, instead of breaking and spreading all those bales with cold, numbed hands. one man can feed the same amount in about 20 minutes from the comfort of his tractor cab. The StakFeeder re- places the tongue assembly on the StakMover to slice and convey StakHand® :30 stacks or two StakHand 10 stacks. So see us lot all the facts about a complete Stak- Rand ystern. ®StakFeeder and StakHand are reg|stered trademarks of the Hesston Corporation Seal Tractor Co. day, October 1 1973. in the office of the County Superintendent of Education. Woodville. Missis- sippi, for the sale of the follow- ing school buses: Bus No Description 53 1963 Ford chassis, with 54 9/14/3w The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi (Continued from Page 5) Wilkinson ounty ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Ycar Ending September 30, 1974 FIFTH DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Disbursements passenger Superior body MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 56 1964 Chevrolet chassis, with 300 Personal Services 312 Supervision (Supervisors & Engineer) $ 7,200.00 48 passenger Superior body 325 Salaries & Wages (Road Employees 48,000.00 65 1966 Crevrolet chassis, with 360 Fringe Benefits (S.S., Rot. & Ins.) 7,000.00 54 passenger Superior body 400 Contractual: 440 Repairs by Outside Persons 3.500.00 66 1966 Chevrolet chassis, with 500 Consumable Supplies: 54 passenger Superior body 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 15,000.00 68 1063 Chew'olet chassis, with 540 Petroleum Products (Gas & Oil) 11,000.00 54 passenger Superior body 550 Machinery Repair P,rts 3,000.00 Envelopes containing b i d s TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE $ 94500.00 shall be marked with the ,bus CAPITAL OUTLAY 960 Equipment Purchases $15,751.00 number or mnubers on which 980 Construction Projects 39.901.00 bids are being made. TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 55,652.00 Said buses may be inspected TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS $150,352.00 a the Wilkinson C,ounty School Estimated Receipts Bus Shop, Woodville, Miss.. from 210 LOCAL SOURCES 212 Auto Road & Bridge Privilege Taxes $ 9,300.00 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m on Mort- Total $ 9.300.00 day through Friday from Sep- 220 STATE & OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES tcmber 17. 1973 to October 1, 241 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax $75,000.00 1973. 242 Motor Vehicle License Tax 7,900.00 The Board reserves the right 243 Severance Tax (Oil, Gas & Timber) 19.000.00 • 290 National Forest Reserve 8,900.00 to reject any or all bids. Total $109,900.00 Bernard Waites TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM SOURCES OTHER Executive Secretary THAN TAXATION $119,200.00 9/14/3w UNENCUMBERED CASH BALANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR $ 31,152.00 The State of Mississippi. TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION $150,352.00 To Morris Fletcher. BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE You are summoned to appear RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Subtract ,from before the Chancery Court of Estimated Disbursements} 0.00 the County of Wilkinson in said Wilkinson @ounty State, on the First Monday of ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS November. 1973. to defend .the BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Suit No. 6029 of Annie Mac For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 194 COUNTY-WIDE ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Hastings Murray F l e t c h e r CO-WIDE DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS wherein you are the defendant. Estimated L"lsbursements This 14th day of September, MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 1973. 3(]0 Personal Services 312 Supervision (Supervisors & Engineer) $30,000.00 Alonzo H. Sturgeon 325 Salaries & Wages (Road Employees) 16,800.00 Chancery Clerk 360 Fringe Benefits (S.S., Rot. & Ins.J 6.000.00 by Bettye Sturgeon, DC 400 Contractual: 440 Repairs by Outside Persons 8,000.00 9/14/3w 500 Consumable Supplies: NOTICE OF BIDS 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 10,000.00 Notice is hereby given that 540 Petroleum Products (Gas & Oil} 3,000.00 550 Machinery Repair Parts 1,000.00 sealed bids will be received by TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE $ 74,800.00 the Mayor and Board of Alder- CAPITAL OUTLAY men of the Town of Centreville, 960 Equipment Purchases $10,000.00 Mississippi, in the Town Hall, 980 Construction Projects 43,200.00 of Centreville, Mississippi, up to TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 53,200.00 TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS $128,000.00 5 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, Oc- Estimated Receipts tober 2. 1973, for the sale, or 220 STATE & OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES cash of one (1) 1967 Chevrolet 231 Reimbursement for Homestead 4 door sedan, one (1) 1960 Ford Exemptions $10,000.00 dump truck Each item should 290 Reimb. State Aide-Engineering 2,000.00 Total $ 12,000.00 be bid on separately. TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM SOURCES OTHER The Board reserves the right THAN TAXATION $ 12,000.00 to reject any and all bids. UNENCUMBERED CASH BAIJANCE FROM This the 4th. day of Septem- PRECEDING YEAR $ 46,000.00 ber. 1973 TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION $ 58,000.00 Rufus Dalton BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE Town Clerk RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Subtract from Estimated Disbursements) $ 70.000.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 Woodville, Miss. Letters Testamentary -upon the Estate of John J. McCearley, Deceased. having been granted ,and issued to he undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wil- kinson County, Mississippi, on the 7th day of September. 1973, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to have the same pro,bated, reg- istered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within six (6) montl]s from the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be forever barred. This the 7th day of Septem- ber, A. D., 1973. Edward Lee McCearley to 9/14/4w NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi County of Wilkinson To: Charlie Maiden, a non-resident of the State of Mississippi, whose pst office and street address is 727 Buford Highway, Apartment F. Chamblee. Georgia 30341. You are summoned to appear before the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the First Monday of Novem- ber. A. D. 1973..to defend suit No. 6033 in said Court of Ruby Lea Carter Maiden. wherein you are the Defendant. This the 12th day of Septem- ber. A. D.. 1973. Alonzo H. Sturgeon Chancery Clerk 9/14/4w NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PAROLE I, Oliver Scott No. 33779, am applying to the State Parole Board for Parole. I was eonvict..ed in Wilkinson County in 1968 for 15 years and sentenced to the State Peniten- tiary for Arme.d Robbery. Oliver Scott 7/20/73 9/21/2w jl ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and Board of Selectmen of he Town of Cen- treville, Mississippi at the town hall in said town until Eight o'clock a.m. October 9, 1973, for con,struction of approximately 1.305 miles of Hot Plant Mix Overlay, 0.444 miles of this be- ing widening, and overlay, on Howard Street. and Lovers Lane in the City of Centreville. The estimated quantities are approximately as follows: 180 tons Hot Plant Mix (wid- ening) 1005 tons Hot Plant Mix WCTS NEWS (patching and overlay) Contract time 20 working The Wilkinson County Train- days. ing School held it.s first PTA Basis of Avard: The award, if meeting the past Wednesday made. will be made to the low- night. Even though the rain est qualified bidder on the basis kept many of our parents away, of published quantities, the meeting was good and in- Proposal znay be secured from spiratimal. More parents re L H. Clark, P. O. Box 507, Me- expected to be out during the Comb, Mississippi at no charge, next regular meeting which will Wage Rates must comply to be on the second Wednesday .the prevailing Federal Wage night in October. Regulations as set forth by the The WCTS Wildcats suffered Bacon Davis Act. their second loss of the season, .Certified check or bid bond losing o Clinton High School for five per cent (5%) of total by a score of 6-0. The Wildcats bid payable to .town ,of Centre- will travel to Port Gibson this ville must accompany each pro- week to play the Port Gibson posal. High School Blue Waves. Bidders are hereby notified that any proposal accompanied CARD OF THANKS by letter qualifying in any man- ner the condition under which We would like to express our the propmsal is tendered will be sincere thanks to each of you considered an irregular bid, and for having been so .generous to us due to the death of our wife, such proposal will not be con- sidered in making the award, mother and grandmother, Mrs. The town reserves the right Alice Williams, who was fune- to reject any and all bids and ralized on September 15, 1973. to waive informalities. May God' ,bestow His richest Town of Certrevllle, blessings on eaoh of you.- Mr. Elliot Williams and Family. Mississippi By: David Owens, Jr. Town Clerk reject .any or all bids. 9/21/3w Each bidder must deposit with hi bid, security in the amount, Old River Water form ,and subject to the condi- Association, Inc. tions provided in the Notice and INVITATION TO BID Instructions to Bidders. Separate sealed bids will be No Bidder may withdraw his received by the Old River Water bid within sixty (60) days after Association, Inc., for the con- the ,actual date of the opening struction of a water system, un- thereof. ttl 1:30 p.m. o'clock, Certral The ,work is divided into sep Daylight' Time, on October 16, crate contracts as follows: 1973, at the Farmers Home Ad- Contract I: Principal items of ministration C o u n t y Of,rice, work included in this project Woodville. Mississippi, at which are the construction and in- time and place bids will be op- stallation of 180,900 feet of ened and read aloud, water mains, 300 water meters, The Notice and Instructions all valves, hydrants and m4s- to Bidders, Form of Bid, Form cellaneous fittings for the con- of Contract, Plans, Specifica- stuction of a water distribu- tions and Form of Bid Bond, tion system. Performance and Payment Bond, Contract II: Principal items of and other Contract Documents work included in this project may be examined at the follow- is the construction of a 200 ing locations: GPM deep well oomplete with Farmers Home Administration all valves, fittings, electrical, County Office, Woodvflle, Mis- etc. sissippi Contract HI:. Principal items Southern Consultants, Inc., of work included in this project 114 Office Plaza, Jackson, Mis- is the construction of a 200 sissippi GPM water treatment plt Coplcs may 'be obtained at the with a 100,000 gallon ground office of Southern Consultants storage tank. Inc., locatec} t 114 Office Plaza, Old River Water Asociatlon, Jackson, Mississippi, 39206, upon Inc. payment of $35.00, none of By: William F. Rosenblatt, Jr. which is refundable, l.resident The Owner reserves the right Date: Sept. 18, lg7 o waive any lnforraallties or to g/21/3w CLASSIFIED ADS LOST: Male black and zan dog, scar on leg between knee and ankle.WWH tattooed in ear. Answers to name of Peewee. No collar. Reward. Please call col- lect: Mrs. A. D. Stanley, Natchez, 445-9842. 9/2L lw FR SALE: 21 inch console Tele- vision, black and white. Good condition. $50. No guarantee. Call 888-7359. 9/21/lwp SPINET-PIANO: Must transfer next two weeks. Will consider responsible local person only to make $24.50 payments. Write be- fore we send truck. Joplin Piano, P. O. Box 103, Panama City, Florida 324'01. 9/21/lwp FORESTER and Hardwood Tim- ber Buyer: For Louisiana saw- mill. Permanent position, excel- lent opportunity and good salary for right man. In reply, gwe age, experience and when can start. Write Box 696, Woodville, Ms. 9/21/lw FOR LUZIER Cosmetic Service. call 888-4267 or 888-4846 after 5 p.m. 9/21/8wp HUNTER'S SPECIAL: Cab-over Camper for pickup. Best offer. Call 888-4802 after 5 p.m. 9/21/2wp FOR SALE: Ear Corn, in field. $2.50. R. A. Hartness, phone 888-4441. 9/21/3w FOR SALE: 4-burner gas range. Call 888-3591. 9/21/lw YOUR TIME IS WORTH MONEY as an Avon Representative during' the biggest season of the year right now! Cash in on all that ,spare time. Call Mrs. O'Neal, 445-9800 after 7 p.m., Box 639, Natchez. 9/14/2w WANTED: Standing Timber, walnut, pecan and white oak. Extremely high prices. Call col- lect 314-238-2709 for free esti- mate. 9/14/5wp FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac 4-door, with heater, radio, good tires. If interested, call 645:3941, Cen- treville. 8/31/4w HO-U'FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, i 2-bath brick veneer home in I Centreville. $27,500. Hewes Real Estate, John C. Hewea, phone 888-3941. 5/18/tf FOR SALE: House on Water Street. Two large bedrooms, bath, living room, dining room. kitchen. Mrs. Bessie Swaggart, phone 888-4203. 7/20/tf HOUSE FOR SALE: Located on Highway 24 west of Woodville. 3-bedroom, bath. brick veneer, kitchen, living room. Contact Callous Tobe Smith, Phone 888- 4483. 9/14/2w Page 7 COOL WEATHER is here. Get your heating systems ready for winter. For service call Lee Carter, 888-4485. 9/21/lw KEEP carpets beautiful despite footsteps of a busy family. Buy Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Ben Franklin Store. FOR SALE: Polaroid 210 Cam- era. takes B&W or Color pic- tures. With case. timer, and flash .attachment. Perfect con- dition. $55. Call 888-6718 after 5:30 p.m. 9/14tf WANTED TO BUY: Old furni- ture, wash pots, tea kettles, dinner bells, etc. Crain's Hard- ware. Centreville, Miss., phone 645-5842. 9/14/w POSTED: All lands owned by the John A. McClain, Sr., heirs are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 9/14/4wp POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all trespassing and hunting dogs. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest ex- tent of the law. Trespassers do so at their own risk. 9/21/6mp Delos Floyd POSTED: Flatrtdge Plantation and that part of Salisbury Plantation leased by the under- signed are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. Also against hogs and dogs. 8/31/4mp Gerald E. Johnston POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or .otherwise trespassing. All previous permissions revoked. All violators will =be prosecuted, 8/31/tf Mrs. R. M. Redhead POSTED: Rosemont Plantation is ,hereby posted against all trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft 8/10/tf POSTED: The McCool Place, the Ralph Tabor Place .and the A. Q. Smith Place, all located in Amite County, are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/14/4w Mason Vine POSTED: Holly Grove Pl.anta- tlon near Centreville, Miss., is hereby posted against all hunt- ing, fishing or otherwise tres- passing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Propst, Jr., Rt. 1, Centreville. 8/7/3w POSTED: All lands owned by the Estate of J. M. McCralne are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7/tf POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby .posted against all .hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7/5vp Mrs. Harper Perry | Want Ads Get Quick Results 750 OPENINGS • Shipfitters @ Millwrights @ Welders • Outside Machinists • Chippers • Inside Machinists • Burners • Painters • Electricians • Pipefitters • Electronic • Sheetmetal Technicians Mechanics Ingalls shipyard continues to grow as it achieves full production. We need 750 more people as a result of our planned expansion of our work force. These are permanent, full time openings. Pay rates $4.30 to $4.60 an hour for experienced craftsmen, $2.84 and above for apprentices depending upon prior ex- perience. 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 Saturday. Employment Office is located on West Bank of Pascagoula River, ust off U. S. Highway 90. Ingalls Shipbuilding Litton o. 00asc0000oul00, An equal opportunity employer Male/Female