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'Friday, Ocfo00)er 12, 1073 Woodville Revubllcan, Woodville, Miss;ss;pp; Paae/ m=.,o ....... ,, .......... ,,=,,,, ........ --===" ' 3. (Mudguards) Each such rap- of the Town of Centreville, COUNTY AGENTPS NOTE5 torcyc.le shall be equipped with in council convened that the mudguards or fenders which Ordinance styled "An Ordinance by John I. Dale, Jr. will reduce effec.tively the Regulating And Establishing wheel spray or spla.h ot water The Operation and Maintenance "" ................................ from the roadway i.o the rear. Of The Water Supply System ville, Mississippi:" and appear-, generator. 1 WCTS NEWS ing in the Ordinance Book of The Board reserves the rigtt I the Town of Centreville on Page to reject any and all bids. I WCTS is in the .process of 351. as amended, be amended a,s F, rances Townsend. Clerk i arranging fox the purchase of follows, to-wit: 10.12/4w Band Uniforms for its band. That Section 5 reading as fol- WHY LIME? I Each year many folks corn- 4. tMufl'ler* Each such lno- Soil test summary data shows lplain that their herbicides did torcycle shall be equipped with that seven out of every ten]nOt give good control of weeds, a muffler in eonst:mt operation acres in Mississippi need lime I Our weed control specialists tell to prevent excessive or unusual us that there could be several ncise and excessive smoke. It I0r top yields of legumes such lreasons for lhis. Here are some .hall be unlawful to use any as soybeans and clovers. Fourl tl]ey mentioned: Failure to ad- type of eubml on such motor- OUt of ten need lime for no- .just herbicide rates ,recording t,o cycle. legtnne crops like cotton and the type of soil mismatching Article IV. feed,g,rains, herbicides to the type of weed: Operating Regulations af lime to strong- loor calil:ration improper m- Section 1. (Riding Abreast) And Sanitary Sewer System Of lows: NOTICE OF BIDS Therefore, we are raising funds I to support this drive by selling The Town Of CenUreville, Mis- "Section 5 The Mayor and Board of Al-lsome of the World's Finest SiLSsippi, And Establishing Rates[ The services of the Gas Sys- dermen of the Town of Wood-]Candy. This drive will last only and Charges For The Use And ltem shall be deemed to be fur- ville. Mississippi, will receive i seven days. Principal Hicks is Services Of Said Water Supply inished to the occupant of the bids up until 7 o'clock p.m. phi asking the cooperation .of the System and Sanitary Sewer premises receiving such service Tuesday, the 6th day of Novem- parents and the entire commu- Service System." and appearing and shall be deemed an obliga- bar. 1973. for the purchase of nity to support him in this in Uhc Ordinance Book of the tion of the occupant of any all equipment necessary to pro- worthy drive. Town of Contractile on Page 358. such premises. The services of vide town water well No. 3 with The WCTS Wildcats will jour- be amended as follows, to-wit: tl{e Gas System shall bc given an auxilia,ry power supply. Fur- hey to Heidelberg to play their That Section 8 reading as fol- to any premises only upon writ- thor plans and specifications fifth seasonal game on Friday, Application ly acid soils raLsing the pH to 6.0 or above will increase cotton Yields by one fourth to one half ale per acre and increase soy- ean yields six to ten bushels Per acre. Lime also increases the effee- of hexbicides and makes for more efficient use ,cf fer- tilizer.' which in view of the fertilizer shortage and high !rices makes liming even more desirable. The time to get lime on the land is right now o as soon as corporation; and unfavorable All motorcycles, motor scooters lows: ten application therefor, made may be obtained from the office weather, and motorbikes when cperated "Section 8 Meter Deposits and by the occupant. Such applies- of the Town Clerk. For a better weed control job on the streets of the town shall Connecting Charges tion shall be made to the cp- The Board reserves the right next year. here are some sug- proceed in .ving]e file and in New customers sh all be erator of the Gas System and to reject any and all bids. gestions: t.he eenter of the driving lane charged $5.00 to .have water shall be upon a form to be Frances .Townsend. Clerk Go out now and p,repare a soil in which tl]ey are driving and turned on where a service is supplied by him. Such an ap- 10/12/4w map listing soil mixture. ,soil at all times said operators shall existing. A charge of $7.5'0 will plication shall be accompanied OH, orgamc matter content, and drive said vehicle in the same be made for new service connec- by a deposit of $12.50. Such de- PUBLIC NOTICE the weeds that arc now present, direction as all other motorized tios. In no case shall water posit shall ,be applied to the Decide where herbicide rate traffic. The provisions of this be turned on for any person payment of any bills or services Notice is hereby given that changes should bc made and section ,of the Ordinance will owing a prior delinquent utility which may remain delinquent sealed bids will be received by the Mayor and Board of Alder- plan to apply the proper rate. net preclude the pdssibility of bill. for a period of thirty (30) days. Select the best herbicide for one vehicle overtaking and pass- The town, may at any time. Whenever the servis of the men of the Town of Crosby, Mis- the weed and soil conditions, ing another, but is intended to require the customer to make utility shall cease to be given sissippi, November 6. 1973. for Check out equipment. You prevent /,,he operation of two and maintain a cash deposit as to the depositor, the deposit, or the purchase of :cA ton. long wheel basc, pick up truck. erbp harvest has been !0leted. By getting it out now. YoU can get it mixed with the SOil and it can go to work im- aediately. corn- may need a new pump, hose. valves, or nozzles. Study calibra- tion procedures. Plan on doing a superb job of seedbed preparation. LEGAL NOTICES (Continued from Page 2) IOtorcycle on any street, alley or other public place in the city Without having first secured the t=llowing equipment: h. Ope.rator's Equipmen,t l. (Helmet) It shall be un- lawful for any person to operate or occupy as a passenger any Otorcycle on any street, alley o r other public place in the Wn unless such person is Uipped with a helmet which conforms wi, th the following lecifications : The helmet shall be con- Sructed essentially in the form a shell arourzd the head, and shall be constructed to at- skin or hair, or with age. The helmet shall be equipped with a harness c,r chin strap for mainta, ining its position on the ].wearer s head. Such helmet I shall provide such protective standards as may be approved or more vehicles in an abreast secur.ity .for payment of bills fa.zhion on the streets of the for service. The amount of such tcwn. deposit shall be determined ,by Sccttion 2. (Passengers) It, the Town, but shall not be rap, re shall be unlawful to operate or than an amount equal to two carry a person on such motor- (2) times the estimated maxi- cycle unless the vehicle is con- mum monthly bill or less than strutted to carry more than one Ten Dollars ($10.00). l, erson- and said vehicle mu.st The amount of the deposit be equipped witt] a permanent shall be refunded to the cus- or regular scat. In the event tomer upon final discontinuance the vehicle is const'ructed to cf servie and after all in- carry more than one person, or debtcdness of the customer to by the Chief of Police of the the vehicle has more than one the Town has been paid. town. In determining such pro- eat, a foot rest must be pro- The Town assumes no liability for safety vided for the passenger, for personal or ,propvrty dam- Section 3. [Traffic Regula- age occurring through fatlty teetive standards helmets o,,r .head gear. the Chief of Police may use the American Standards Association specifica- "ons for prc*{c,ivle headg('ar for vehicular users as approved by the American Standards As- sot!orion. A epy of such pxo- tective standards shall bc cur- rently maintained by the Chief of Police and made available at all times for inspection upon request. Orb impact energy. The shell 2. (Eye Protectors) In the hall begin above the eyes, coy7 event that such motorcycle does .,Or.lug the forehead, and be not have a windshield firmly Ormed over and around the attached, t.hen the operator of tla of the head above a plane said vehicle and passenger, if tevel cf the base of the .shell any, must wear shatter proof .%vering the forehead. It may goggles and/or gl.assos that he formed around the back and kies of the head. The shell of the ,helmet shall ve a reasonably smooth ex- bcnal surface, and there shall e no external pro: c,tions great- etr than one-eighth inch above he outer surface thereof, ex- celt a clip for goggles or face rotectcr whe,re provided for in the construction The helmet shall be made of raaterials "heavy enough to with- tand a serious impact and, 2. (Brakes) Each such motor- ae of a heavy plastic o1" other cycle shall be equipped with at flrable material that will not least one brake which must be eteriorate appreciably when! kept in good condition at all e10Osed to rain. snow, sleet, sun,] times the motorcycle is oper- dust. vibrations, contact ated on any of the public the skin. effects of sweat, streets. lleys or other public of applied to the places in the town. 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 transmissior, standard. Independent 540/1000 rpm PTO. Come in and size up a new Ford Blue 9600, Options, such as extra cost cab and weights shown, to fit your farming. I1 We've got a deal for y Seal Tractor Co. Woodville, Miss. tions) Evary persoi] operating a w.ater installations beyond .the motorcycle shall strictly observe meter. (It being understood all traffic sgns and signals and thai; the ,only obligation of the all other traffic rules and rag- Town is o furnish water to the ulations applicable thereto, and meter and there their obliga- shall vbey the orders and di- tion ceases, but said Town may rections of every officer of the refuse to turn 0n the waver town authorized to direct or supply where it is within 'hei*r regulate traffic, knowledge that the plumbing Section 4. (Trick Riding) No beyond the me,ter does not corn- person shall, while operating ,a ply with the Southern Stand ad motorcycle, indulge or engage Building Code.)" in any kind of trick e,r unsafe riding. Section 5. (Turns - Starting- October 12. Wordy Hicks. Jr. Principal BARNES FAMILY ENJOYS REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barnes of Doloroso entertained at a de- lightful Barnes fmily reunion at their home on Sunday, Sep- tember 30. The home wa beautifully decerated for the occasion with a variety of fall flowers. The table was covered with a green the remaining portion thereof. if any, shall be returned to him The Mayor and Board of A1- lace cloth which set off the without interest. A $5.00 con- dermen reserve .the right to re-l charming centerpiece. nection fee shall be ehaxged for ecI, any and all bids. .all new customers who have not Mrs. Earlme Reeves, Clerk i A devotional ,ceremony pre- ceded the delicious dinner. had immediate previous serwce 10/12/3w Approximately one hundred from the City of Contractile for members of the family attended. gas," Mars Hill News They included: Mrs. Phoboe Ann and Phipps. Mrs. Ethel P. Belton. That Section 6 reading as fol- lows: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavin and Mrs. Annie B. Johnson, Mr. an.& Mrs. Willie Barnes, Mr. and "Section 6 son. Je,rry Walter. of Natchez Mrs. Swayze Brnes and ram- Services connections (tapping) were guests of his grandparents, ily, 'Mr. and Mrs. Hal Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavin, last to the Gas System shall be con- Mr. Wyatt Barnes, Mrs. Lizzie structed only after the issuance Sunday. Barnes, Ray. Edgar Lee Barnes of a permit therefor by the op- Mr. Louis Arn,old visited his and family, Mrs. Agnes P. Tur- orator ,of the Gas System. The brother-in-la,w and sister. Mr..nor and family. Mr..and Mrs. connection charge for each such and Mrs. Gordon Rymer, in Ro- Nolan Bethley and family, Mr. connection shall be $7.50. In ne setta Sunday. We are glad that and Mrs. Clinton Scott and case shall a permit be issued Mr. Rymer is better and hope family, Mrs. Martha Carter and to any person owing a prior de- that he continues to ]mprove. family, Mrs. Gloria Mayfleld linquent utility bill." Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Decker of and family, Mrs. Mary Brown be amended to read as follows: Glostcr returned home last and family, Rev. Harris Barnes, "Section 5 Thursday after spending two Mr. George A. Barnes. Mr. Lau- The services of the Gas Sys- weeks in Port Jervis. New York. ,fence Barnes axtd fwmfly, Mr. tern shall be deemed to be ftr- visiting their son and his wife eorge Eely and family, Mr. nished to the occupant of the and getting acquainted wlh and Mrs. Brick Dennis and fam- premises receiving such service their new little grandson, Scott ily, Mrs. Jchnnie B. Turner and and shall 1be deemed an obliga- Robert. family, Mrs. B.rdia James, Mrs. " be amended to read as follows: tion of the occupant of any such Lileace Brown and Rev, Robert "Section' 8 Meter Deposits and premises. The services of the  Sullivan. Connecting Charges Gas ystem sh,all be given to Perr own News Stopping) The operator of a New cu s to m e r s shall be any premises only upon wri.ten application therefor, ,made by Weekend guests of Mr. and FUNERAL SERVICES FOR motorcycle on a roadway, when charged $5.00 to have water making a right turn. shall fol- turned on where a rvice is the applicant. Such application Mrs. T. E. Crumholt were their WILLIE JAMES PALMER shield the .eyes-,f.om-wind and low 'the right baudedge ofthe existring:'  clar.g-of:g25.00 :,wttl a!,,.be rrtde to the operator children. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick foreign objecus, roadway, and the operator of abc made far new service !bn-  llae G System and shall Thomas and Mr. ,and Mrs. Steve Funeral services were held on B. Vehicle Equ.ipment. motorcyclc .on a roadway, when nectlons. In no .case shall wtr be U,b0n a form to be supplied Hayes and daughter, Iristi, of Sunday,for WlllieOCtberjames 7.Palmer,,at 11 whoa'm" 1. (Lights) Each motorcycle making a left turn shall ap- be turned on for any person by him. A $5.00 connection fee Baton Rouge and Mr. Crum- shall be equipped with a white proach the point of turning in owing a prior delinquent utility shall be charged for all new holt's brother and family, Mr. departecl this '.life on October 3. light on the front powerful the traffic lane nearest the bill. customers who have not 'had lm- and Mrs. Lonnie Crumh, ott .and He *was bmn in Woodville on enough to be visible fo,r five center of the roadway. No op- The town. may at any time, mediate previous service from ons. Kirk. Gary, Lonnie Paul, November 22, 1951, t'he son of hundred feet, a red light on the .orator of a motorcycle shall require the customer to make the Town of Contractile fr gas. and D wyane, and a friend, Mr. Charlie Palmer and ,the late rear also powerful enough to be ,vart. slow down. stop or at- and maintain a cash Ldep0sit as The Town. may at any time, Ronnie Partin. all of Baton Mrs. Patsy Palmer. He confessed visible for a distance of five tempt to turn without first in- security for payment of bills far require the customer to make Rouge. jcineflChrist st.at Lukean earlYBaptistagechurch,and hundred feet. and a white light dicating such movement as pro- serwce. The amount of such and maintain a cash deposit as Mr. and Mrs. James Anders where he xemalned faithful un- t.o illumin.a, te the Tegistration vided by law. deposit shall be determined by security for payment of bills for and sons. Del and Russ, of til death. plate. Article V. the Town. =but shall not be more service. The amount of such Natchez visited their parents, Survivors include ,his father, Penalties t,han an amount equal to two deposit shall be determined by Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Anders. Sat- Mr. Charlie Palmer of Wood- Section 1 Any person who (2) times the estimated maxi- the TOwn, but shall not be more urday, villa; six brothers. Jerry Palmer, shall violate the provisions of ,mum monthly bill or less .than than an amount equal o two Mrs. Mamie Harvester of Maywood, Ill., Charlie Palmer, this Ordinance shall be guilty Ten Dollars ($10.60). (2) times ,the estimated maxi- Brook.haven is visiting her Jr., LaPlace, La., Leoscar Palm- of a misdemeanor, and upon The amount of the deposit mum monthly bill or less than grandchildren while thei,r par- or, Reserve, La., John Palmer, conviction .thexeof shall be pun- shall be refunded to the cus- Ten Dollars ($10:00). ants. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Har- Kenne:r, La., Willie lalmer. New ished by fine of nt more than tomer upon final discontinuance The amount of the deposit vaster, are with their son, Lynn, Orleans, an, d Roosevelt Palmer, Fifty Dollars ($50.00). , of service ahd after all in- shall be refunded to the cus- in St. Jude Hospital in Memphis. Woodvllle; five sisters, Mrs. Article VI. debtedness of the customer to tomer upon final discontinuance Olivia Stirgus, LaPlace, La.. Mns. Validity the Town has been paid. of service .and after all in- CARD OF THANKS Ophelia Joseph, New Iberia, La., Section 1. All Ordinances or The Town assumes no liability debtedness of the customer to Mrs. Oceal Sterling and Misses parts of Ordinances in conflict for personal ,or property dam- the Town has been paid." We .wish to extend our sin- Alice and Ellen Palmer, Wood- herewith are hereby repealed, age occurring through fulty "Section 6 cere thanks .to all the friends'ville: and a h0SLt of other rela- but to the extent of such con- water installations beyond the Services connections (tapping) who were so kind to us follow- tires. flict only. meter. (It being understood to the Gas System shall be con- lng the death of our loved one, 2. The invalidity of any sec- that ,the only obligation of the strutted ,only after the ssuance Amelia Vaughn. Your expres- tion. clause, sentence or .pro- Town is to fu,rnish water'f the of a permit therefor by the op- siGns of kindness in our time CARD OF THANKS vision of this Ordinance shall meter and thee their obliga- eator of the Gas System. The of sorrow will always be remem- , . Lilltan and Thomas Russ ish n,o affect the validity of any tion ceases, but'"Smd own may connection' charge for each bered. The Vaughn Family to rexpress their sincere thanks other part of this Ordinance refuse to turn on the water such connection shall be $25.00. to .all of her friends both white which can be given effect with- supply where it is within their in no .case shall a permit be and colored who were so kind out such invalid part of parts, knowledge that the plumbing[issued ,to any person owing a to her during her recent illness Axtiele VII. beyond the meter does not com- I prior delinquent utility bill." and hospitalization. Yottr visits, This Ordinance shall be in ply wlth the Southern Standard This Ordinance shall become cards and donations were deeply full force and effect thirty (30) Building Code.)' effective from and after Otto- appreciated.. ThanRs to Cage days from the date of its adop- T1]ts OrdinanCe shall ,become bbr 3, 1973. Chapel B.C., many thanks to the tion and after it has been pub- effective from and after Otto- The foregoing Ordinance was Bleakhouse B.C. and all the good lished as required by law. bar 3. 1973. reduced to writing, introduced, Christian brothers and sisters The foregoing Ordinance was The foregoing Ordinance was read, considered and voted for their wonderful donation, reduced to writing, introduced, reduced to writing, in,troduced, upon, Section by Section, and May special thanks :go to Dr. read, considered .and voted upon, read, considered and voted upon, as a whole; the vote on each L.J. Owens. God bless each one Section by Section. and as a Section by Section, and as a and all of ,the Sections and of you. Thanks -- IAllian .and whole: the vote on each and 'whole: the vote on each and upon the Ordinance as a whole Tom Russ. all .of the Sec.tions and upon all of the SeCtions and upon w'ere taken by "Yea" and "Nay" the Ordinance as a whole wa,s the Ordinance as ,a ,whole were vote, those voting "Yea" ,being CARD OF THANKS taken by "yea" and "nay" vote. taken by "Yea" and "Nay" vote, Aldermen John C. Templeton, those voting "yea" being Alder- those voting "Yea" belng Alder- John Rollins, Walter Nettles, We wish to express our sin- men John C. Templeton, John men. John C. Templeton, John Frank Stutzman and James cere thanks to all of the lriends Rolints. Walter Nettles. Frank Rollins, Walter Nettles, Frank Owens. those voting "Nay" be- who ,were so kind to us follow- Stutzman and James Owens; Stutzman and James Owens, ing None and those absen,t be- ing the deat'h of our loved one, those voting "nay" being none those vcting "Nay" being None lug None Mr. Willie James Palmer. Your and those being absent z]one, and those absent being None. Ordained this the 4bh day of expressions of .rief through ca- Ordained this the 4,th day of Ordained This The 4th day of September, A. D., 1973. rious considerations, the flowers, September. A. D., 1973. September, A. D., 1973. Don Vine - Mayor food, cards and v, isits were Don Vine - Mayor Don Vine -, Mayor Attest: deeply appreciated. May God Attest: . Attest: David Owens. Jr., Clerk bless each of you. -- The Palmer David Owens Jr., Clerk David Owens. Jr., Clerk 10/12/lw Family 10/12/lw 10/12/lw - NOTICE OF BIDS AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE" CARD OF THANKS Amending An Ordinance Amending An Ordinance The Mayor and Board of A1- Regulating And Establishing Establishing Rates And Charges dermen of the Town of Wood- I wish 'to express my sincere The Operation And Maintenance For The Services Of The villa. Mississippi, will receive thLanks to each and every one Of The Water Supply System Natural Gas System Of The bids up until 7 o'clock p.m. on for their thoulhtfulness and And Sanitary Sewer System Of Town Of Contractile, Mississippi. Tuesday, the 6th day of Novem- kindness during my recent sur- The Town Of Centreville, Be It Ordained by the Mayor bet, 1973, for the sale of the gary and ,hospitalization. Your Mississippi, And Establishing and Board of Aldermen of 1;he following surplus items: one visits, ,cards, flowers and dona- Rates And Charges For The Town 0f Cenrevllle in:, " tmcil Fafrbanks Morse diesel 4 cyl. tions are deeply appreciated. My Use And Services Of Said Water convened .that the 0rdance ertgine, 240 hp., with generator; special thank go to Dr. Causey Supply System And Sanitary styled "An Ordinance Establish- ode Fal,banks Morse diesel 2 and Dr. Field and all of he Sewer Service System. ing Rates and Charges For The cyl. engine, 120 ,h.p., with den- nurses nd *the entire staff at Be It O r d a i n e d by the Services Of The Natural Cos erator; and one Fairbank Morse  Field Community Hospital. Mayor and Board of Aldermen System Of The 2o'wn Of Centre- diesel 1 eyl. engine, 60 h.p,, with I F.artie Gaines