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Friday, October 5, 1973 OOUNTY AGENT'S NOTES by John J. Dale, Jr. " ..................................... ' ' ' "--" ' " '" ' ' ' " " ' " " ' "" ame will be forever barred. TREE PLANTING fence rows. sheds, barns, and This the 7th day of Septem- It is still too early to plant trees, but here arc some points to ren]elnb(,r when the season for planting does get here. Dig a hole large enough for the natural spread of the roots. other ,cutbulldings do no have a very pleasing effect on the landscape. The grass and weeds can be removed easily ,nd eco- nomically with chemicals. Paraquat. cacolylic acid and weed oils offer excellent ac- The Woodville Republican, Woodville, Mississippi to have the same probated, reg-] NOTICE I istered and allowed by the Clerk I I of said Court within six (6) To the Officers and Members of montl]s from the date of first The Grand National Convention, publication of this notice, or the Members of our local Society of the Union Reform Society: her. A. D.. 1973. Edward Lee McCearley 9 ,'14/4w Old River Water Association, Inc. INVITATION TO BID It is impossible for me to see all of you in person. I want to any to you, you can forget your doubts .about your money that the treasurer of the Grand National Convention of the Union Reform misplaced. I received a cheek on Sep- WCTS NEWS The Student Government or- ganization at WCTS installed its officers for the school session 1973-74. They are as follows: Wallace Ferguson. president; Myrtis McFarland, vice presi- dent; Corn Hawkins. secretary; Harxistena loper, assistant sec- I FOR SALE: 1963 Dodge, $500 cash. Good condition, good tires, one owner. Call 888-5661 or after 5 p.m. 888-6867. 9/28 lw CLASSIFIED ADS FOR LUZIER Cosmetic Service. call 888-4267 or 888-4846 after retary; and Hester Brown, treas- 5 p.m. urer. 9/21 .'8wp In addition to the officers. Page 7 FOR SALE: 1951 Willys Jeep, with 5-ton power winch, lock- out hubs. Call 888-4505. 10/5/lwp FOR SALE: 3-bedroom frame touse on corner of Laurel and Hcward Streets. Also one small 2-bedroon house on Howard St.feet. !n Centreville. Call Vcntress Knighton, 645-5738. 10 5/6w ONE of the finer things of life-- LOosen soil in he bottcm oI the tivity killing only the weeds Sep.:'ate sealed bids will be tember 28. 1973 from Mr. John hole and plant lle tree at the sprayed. Adding karmex mma- received by the Old River Water Lewis and his bonding company name depth at, which it grew in zinc or atrazine will give some Asoc.ation. Inc.. for the con- in the amount of $970.45 in re- the nursery, preemergence control of emerg- struction of a water system, un- placement for the misplaced Do not let the roots dry out ing weeds, til 1:39 p.m. o'clock, Central funds. before the tree is planted. Keep DSMA. MSMA and dalapon Daylight Time. on October 16, Thanks to Mr. Lewis in the them moist are excellent grass herbicides. 1973. at the Farmers Home Ad- way he handled this matter, tt 'Stake to anchor the t,ree. You Where a general knockdown of ministrp.iion County Office. is good to do business at home can anchor the tree with wires grassy-type plants, both annual Woodville. Mississippi, at which with our local people. the organization has 31 rep,re- sentatives from grades seven through twelve. The purpose of this organiz- ation is to: 1. enable its members to work as a group for school and com- munity welfare 2. provide opportunities for its threaded througl a section of and perennial, is desired, then garden hose to prevent damag- dalapon would be the recom- la bark mendation If sensitive plants P, rune off one-third of the atre not nearby, 24-D could be branches so the roots will be added to the dalapon and a able to feed the remaining top. general knockdown of most CUt branches next to stem or grasses and broadleaf weeds trunk. Do not destroy the nat- would be expected. time and place bids will be op- ened and read aloud. The Notice and Instructions to Bidders. Form of Bid.. Form of Contract. Plans. Specifica- tions and Form of Bid Bond, Performance and Payment Bond, and other Contract Documents lral form of the tree. An effective, but ,seldom used .may be examined at the follow- Replace the subsoil with good herbicide for general ,control of ing locations: top soil high in humus in bet- a wide range of both broadleaf Farmers Home Administration torn of hole. Mulch the newly and grass weeds, including County Office, Woodville, Mis- lanted tree. Water often with i poiso n ivy and honeysuckle is 'a good soaking. Fix a dish- amltrol. With this material haped depression around the there is less likelihood of dam- ree so that it will hold water, aging other 'plants than there WEED CONTROL is with the dalapon-2.4-D mix- Tall grasses and weeds around ture. NON-RESIDENT SUMMONS State of Mississippi CoUnty of Wilkinson To: Charlie Maiden, a lent of the State of whose post office (patching and overlay* Contract time 20 working days. Basis of Award: The award, if made. will be made to the low- est qualified bidder on the basis of published quantities. Proposals may be secured from L. H. Clark. P. O. Box 507, Me- Comb. Mississippi at no charge. Wage Rates must comply to sissippi Southern Consultants, Inc., 114 Office Plaza, Jackson, Mis- sissippi Copies may be obtained at the office of Southern Consultants, Inc.. located at 114 Office Plaza, Jackson. Mississippi, 39206. upon payment of $35.00, none of which is refundable. The Owner reserves the right to 'waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security in the amount, form and subject to the condi- tions provided in the Notice and Instructions to Bidders. No Bidder may withdraw his Secretary of Grand .National members to develop skill in par- Convention ,of Union Reform liamentary procedures and dis- James L. Anthony cussions, and bid, and such proposal will not be considered in making the award. Tom Ashley, P,resident Board of Supervisors Wilkinson County, Mississippi 10/5/lw U. S. Postal Service STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Act of August 12, 1970: Section 3685, Title 39, United States Code) Title of publication: The Woodville Republican Frequency of issue: Weekly Location of known office of publication: 112 Depot Street, Woodville, Wilkinson County, Miss, 39669 Location of the headquarters or general business offices of the .publisher: same Names and addresses of pub- 3. work with students, admin- istrators, faculty, prents..and the community to reach such common goals as service, schol- arship, citizenship, leadership and recreation. Sponsors are Mr. Joe B. Knight and Miss Elnora Veals. The Dramatics Club officers for the school session 1973-74 are as follows: Sarah Stand- wood, president; Valerie Mc- Qutrter, vice president: Cassan- dra Johnson, secretary; Carolyn Price, assistant secretary; San- dra Smith, treasurer; Glenda Bateaste, chaplain; Joycelyn Palmer, business manager; and Joy Zella Delaney, parliamen- tarian. The purpose of the club is to: 1. provide opportunity for its members to develop skill in act- lag and production. 2. work in harmony with other school activities. 3. enable its members to work street address is 727 Buford Apartment F. Georgia 30341. are summoned to appear the prevailing Federal Wage Regulations as set forth by the Bacon Davis Act. Certified check or bid bond bid within sixty (60) days after lisher, editor, and managing ed- itor: thereof.the actual date of the opening Publisher: John S. Lewis, P. O. Box 696, Woodville. Ms. 89669 The ,work is divided into sep- the Chancery Court of for five per cent (5%) of total crate contracts as follows: I Editor: same County, Mississippi, bid payable to town of Centre- Contract I: Principal items of I Managing Editor: same the First Monday of. Noven- ville must accompany each pro- work included in this project Owner: John S. Lewis, A. D.. 1973. to defend suit posal, are the construction and in- 696. Woodville. Ms. 39669 6033 in said Court of Ruby Bidders are hereby notified Garter Maiden, wherein you that any proposal accompanied are the Defendant. by letter qualifying in any man- This the 12th day of Septem- ner the condition under which her, A. D., 1973. the proposal is tendered will be Alonzo H. Sturgeon considered an irregular bid and Chancery Clerk such proposal will not be con- 9/14/4 w sidered in making the award. The town reserves the right bVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS to reject any and all bids and ealed bids will be received to waive informalities. Y the Mayor and Board of Town of Centreville, eleetmen of the Town of Cen- Mississippi eVille, Mississippi at the town By: David Owens, Jr. J1 in said town until Eight Town Clerk Clock a.m. October 9, 1973, for 9/21/3w atruction of approximately 305 miles of ot Plant Mix NOTICE TO CREDITORS erlay, 0.444 miles of this be- Letters Testamentary upon g widening, and overlay, on the, EState of John J. McCearley, }ard Street, and Lovers Lane Deceased. having been granted the City of Centreville. and issued to the undersigned Pxesident T he estimated quantities are I by the Chancery Court of Wil- lDroximately as follows: I kinson County, Mississippi, on Date: Sept. 18, 1973 180 tons Hot Plant Mix (wid-Ithe 7th day of September, 1973, 9/21/3w eling) I all persons having claims against Board of Supervisors 1005 tons Hot Plant Mix' said estate are hereby notified of Wilkinson County 135 Horses. Workpower. Ford Blue 9600. Great power. Responsive turbocharged diesel. New Two Door Cab is a factory installed option. The Quiet Two Door. Comfortable. Convenient. Power ventilation brings fresh filtered air in. Air condi- tioner and heater also available. Big convenience. Easy-to-reach controls. Padded deck. Great visibility. 16-speed Dual Power transmission, optional, lets you power-shift to a lower gear, on-the-go, for more pull power. 8-speed transmission, standard. Independent 540/1000 rpm PTO. Big-capacity hydraulics. I1,1] Come in and size up a new Ford Blue / 9600. Options, s5ch as extra cost cab and weights shown, to fit your farming. We've got a deal for you, [1 Seal Tractor Co' Woodville, Miss. Box stallation of 180,000 feet of water mains, 300 water meters, all valves, hydrants and mis- cellaneous fittings for the con- struction of a water dist, ribu- tion system. Contract II: Principal items of work included in this project is the construction 'Jr a 200 GPM deep well complete with all valves, fittings, electrical, etc. Contract III: Principal items of work included in this project is the construction of a 200 GPM water treatment plant Known bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security hold- ers owning or holding 1 percent c,r more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other se- curities: none Extent and nature of circula- tion {Average No. copies each i s s u e during prceding 12 months; actual number of copies of single issue published nearest to filing date}: a. Total no. copies lrinted: 1,970:1,990 =b. Paid circulation 1. Sales th,ough dealers and with a 100.000 gallon ground carriers, street vendors and storage tank. counter sales: 430; 439 Old River Water Association, [ 2. Mail subscriptions: 1,438; Inc. j 1,458 By: William F. Rosenblatt, Jr. I c. Total paid circulation: 11,868; 1,897 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Board o Supervisors of Wil- kinson County at Woodville, Mississippi, up to noon, October 12. 1973, and shortly thereafter publicly opened, for Construc- tion ,of Clay Gravel" Surface Course on 5.8 miles of county highway on the Lake Mary Road ,and 10.3 miles of county high- way on the Fort Adams Road, known as Wilkinson County Project O.E.P. No. 10. Principal items of work .are ,as follows: ROADWAY ITEMS Lake Mary Road 7132 C.Y. Granular Materials (Cl,ay Gravel Surface Course} (C1. 3, Gp. C) {LVM) Contractor Furnished Fort .dams Road 11,707 C.Y. Granular Materials (Clay Gravel Surface Course} (C1. 3, Gp. C) (LVM) Contractor Furnished Contract Time: 30 Working Days Basis Of Award: The award, if made will be ,made to the lowest qualified bidder on the basis of published quantities. Proposals and Specifications are on file in the office of the I d Free distribution by mail, carrier or other means 1. Samples, complimentary, and other free copies: 41; 29 2. Copies disbributed to news agents, but ,not sold: 39; 41 e. 2ot.al distribution: 1,948; 1.967 f. Office use, left-over, unac- counted, spoiled after printing: 22:23 g. Total: 1,970; 1,990 I certify that the statements made by me above ,are correct and complete. John S. Lewis HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE We need a dependable man for 40 hours per week work in our Engineering Department. Duties will be to assist Drafts- man and a chance to learn a profession. Must have High School diploma and be good in mathematics. He will be trained for an engineering career in industry. Must be willing to start at the bottom and work up. Must call for interview, B&B Electromatic Corporation, Phone (50) 629-5234. 9/28/2w EARN extra money on yotr own time. Free training. Introduce friends and relatives to World Book, the largest-selling encyclo- pedia. Earn your own set and Chancery C l e r k, Wilkinson generous commissions. If inter- County, Woodville, Mississippi. ested write to World Book man- Proposals and Specifications ager, 700 Storm Ave.. Brook- may be secured from Alonzo H. haven, Miss. 39601. Sturgeon, Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, at Woodville. Mississippi, upon payment of $5.00. which will not be re- funded. Certified check or bid bond for five percent (5%) of total bid. payable to Wilkinson Coun- ty, must accompany each pro- posal. Bidders are hereby notified 10/5/lw 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 otnerwe trespassing. 9/14/4w Mason Vine POSTED: The Ienry Smith and Henry Sm,lh, Jr., lands in that any proposal a,ccompaniedIWilkinson County ,axe hereby by lette:rs qualifying in any i posted against all hnting, fish- manner the condition under ] lng or othsrwise trepassing which the proposal is tendered, land against hogs. will be considered an irregular 19/28/3mp H.L. Smith, Jr. as a group for school and com- munity welfare. Mrs. Shirley M. Swain is sponsor Announcements The Wilkinson County Train- ing School PTA ,will hold its regular monthly meeting a't the school on Wednesday, October 3. The meeting will begin promptly ,at 7 p.m. We .are taking this method of inviting all parents and well-wishers of this com- munity to .please come out and support .this organization. The WCTS Wildcats tied the Utica Bulldogs last, Thursday in tJCa, ,ix ,all. Th ,gives the FOR SALE: Ear Corn. in field $2.50. R. A. Hartness. phone 888-4441. 9/21 3w WANTED: Standing Timber, walnut, pecan and wl]ite oak. Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1 at the Ben F.ranklin Store. 10/5 lw RESPONSIBLE PERSON wanted to own and operate candy Extremely high prices. Call col- and confection vending route lect 314-238-2709 for free esti- Woodville ,nd surrounding area. mate. 9/14/5wp FURNITURE FOR SALE: Call 888-5661, Woodville daytime, or 888-6867 after 5 p.m. 9/29/tf HOUSE. FOR SALE: Located on corner lot. West Park Street, Centreville. Two bedroom. ,bath, living and dining rooms, kitchen, two porches. Priced at $7.500.00. [ Please contact Mcs. Pat Coghlan, phone 645-5557 after 5 p.m. 9/28/4w 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. 9/14/tf WANTED TO BUY: Old furni- ture, wash pots, tea kettles, dinner bells, etc. Craln's Hard- ware, Centreville, Miss., phone 645-5842. 9/14/4w FOR SALE: 30-inch oven ,gas range, and vinyl easy chair. Mrs. Kirk Ford phone 888-4595. lO/5/4w 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 hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7/5wp Mrs. Harper Perry Pleasant business. High profit items. Can start part time. Age or experience not im,porant. Requires car and. $995.00 to $1,885.00 cash investment. For details write and include your phone number. Dept. BVV, 3938 Meadowbrook Rd., St. Louis Park. MN 55426. 10/5 lw POSTED: All lands owned by FOR SALE: 2 doors 2-8 x 6-8, Wildcats a three lost and one tied record as of now.  with hinges, locks, knobs, Principal l$12.50, each: 2 doors 2-0 x 6-8, Wordy Hicks, Jr., mounted in frames with locks POSTED: Rosemont Plantation land knobs, $15 each. Phone 888- is .hereby posted against all 14254. trespassing. Percival T. Beacroft I 10/5/lw the undersigned ,are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing r otherwise Lrespassing. Henry Frazier, Rt. 1, Crosby 10/5/4wp POSTED: All lands owned by the Ben Carter Estate neax Doloroso and being parts of Sections 29 and 30 are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 10/5/4w 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. Tespassers do so at their own risk. 9/21/6mp Delos Floyd POSTED: Flatridge . 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: All lands owned by the Estate of J. M. McCraine are hereby posted against all hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing. 9/7 ;tf