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November 23, 1973

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Friday, November 23, 1973 ............................ [ganted .and issued to the un-lequalized, arc ready and open ]dersigned by the Ctaneery Court J for inspection and examination. of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, i Ordered and adjudged this Ion the 30th day Of October, 1973, the 9th day of October, 1973. all per.cns having claims against Bids were opened by Mayor Don Vine an roads to be re-sur- COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES Fertilizer supplies are short now and are likely to be even Shorter next; spring. It is esti- naated that farmers (based on iarcjeeted acreage ) will ned around 39 percent more fertil- Izer than will be available dur- Ing 1974. Here are some suggestions that may help avoid this prob- lena and step up yields at the same time. Sotl test to see where phos- t)hate and potash are most needed. Apply nitrogen as near to the time the crop will actual- ly Use it as possible. Stop using irogen on legume crops, like SOybeans and clovers, that do a0t need additional nitrogen. Lime all soils that need lime. This will improve the efficiency of the fertilizer you use. Where available, use poultry or Other animal wastes. These Will supplement commercial TI, n Wnodville Reoubl;can, Woodville, Mississippi by John J. Dale, Jr. t'mll'(.ll.o O.Ill.o  0 alll., o 4ml.,t.ali.." .,ms. o ql.o qmD4 ,ira ,.m., , l41m.. m., 41mH . o  said estate are hereby notified FERTILIZER i fertilizers. Animal wastes a,re to have the same probated, reg- faced ,with hot mix by the Town. l usually more effective when istered and allowed by the Clerk Bowen and Dickerson, Brook- disked or ,otherwise worked into of ,aid Court within six t6) haven, being the only bidder, the soil. Around four to five months from the date of first was awarded Contract of re- tons per acre is usually enough, publication of flats notice, or:surface work at $19.62 per ton Basic slag with potash 10-6-6 the same will be fo,rever barred, lho t mix. will supply liming materials as[ 'riis the 3(>th day of October, well as phosphate and pot, ash. IA:D" 1973. Use the nitrogen materials Chester W. Henderson that are in supply. An- 119/4w hydrous ammonia is in fairly NOTICE OF SALE good supply. Urea is short and ammonium nitrate is extremely' The Wilkinson County Board of Education will receive sealed !short. Buy and store your winter bids in the office of the County and spring needs now as prices ISuperintenden t of Education un- are likely to be higher next l til 3:09 o'clock p.m., Monday, spring. i December 3, 1973, for the sale PLANTING FRUIT TREES of School Bus No. 66, which has It is time to order the fruit a 54 passenger Superior body trees that you want to plant mounted on a 1966 Chewrolet thi season. When ordering, chassis. specify a delivery date and ry Said bus may be inspected at to get the trees planted the the Wilkinson County School same day you receive them. If Bus Shop, Woodville, Mississippi this is not possible, heel in the from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., on trees and do not let the root, s Monday through Friday, No- dry out. vember 19, 1973 through Novem- ber 30, 1973. The Board reserves the right with certainty; that there are town, met with the Board and no double assessments; that all advised that the assessment land improperly ,omitted from rate of fifty per cent was un- the real property rolls have agreeable an amount of assess- been added thereto by thisment with his representatives. Board of Aldermen or under its direction; that all land incor- rectly and insufficiently de- scribed has been properly iden- tified; that all land which was not classed correctly or was under-valued has been classi- Alderman Templeton moved, fled and valued properly; that , corrections have been made Alderman Stutzman seconded, iallsaid rolls; and that all things to adopt the following Resolu- tion setting the tax levy for required by law l]avc been done. 1973. Motion carried unani- It Is Therefore, Ordered By mously, the Board of Aldermen of said An Order Determining And I town, that the said assessment Fixing The Ad-Valorem Tax .rolls, and the assessments there- Levy Of The Town Of in contained, be, and they are Centreville, Mississippi For The hereby approved, wilt] correc- Fiscal Year Beginning'October tions, subject to the right of 1. 1973, And Ending September parties in interest to be heard 3 0 , 1974. This Board of Mayor and Al- dermen, carefully considering the financial condition of the Town of Centreville, Mississippi, and the requirements of the operating funds of said munic- on all objections hereafter made by them, and subject to further changes and corrections by this board, as authorized by law. It is further ordered by this board that a notice be posted at the City Hall in said .town ipality, finds and adjudicates ]of Centreville, and be published that the folio.wing levy of ad- in The Woodville Republican, a valorem tax for the general newspaper published at Wood- purpose is necessary, for the on- ville, Mississippi, notifying the !tru00*n00*be00innin0000hnc 00o,o00octa,00yorallbid00 00uing,oa, pu00**can000hot00xpayerso*0000*d North 1 degree 1 minute West Whereupon, On Motion' Duly Town of CentreviUe: 102.6 feet to a stake; thence Bc,rnard Waites Made And Seconded, a levy of 1. Tha't the said ,assessment Executive Secretary I North 85 degrees 27 minutes ' 11/16/3w , East 37.3 feet to a stake; thence ......... _ _ _ twelve (12) mills on the dollar rolls, so equalized, are ready .for cf all assessed valuation of all inspection and examination, SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S I South 5 degrees 10 minutes NOTICE OF BID-'ff'- taxable property within the mu- and, NOTI East 107 8 feet to a stake thence CE OF SALE OF I ; . The Wilkinson County Board nicipal limits of the Town of 2. This board will .be in sos- LAND North 87 degrees 43 mmutes FOR PARTITION l ' " .:f Education will receive sealed Centreville for general revenue sion f, cr the purpose of hearing stell West 449 feet to a stake, the t e Prater Ross Complainant ' bids in the office of t]e County i purposes is hereby fixed and objections to the said assess- vs N ' - 'true point of beginning and be , j. o. 6031 I. , ' . - Superintendent of Education un-I ordered as the ad-valorem tax ments which may be filed, at anaes mgLotNo 2of the R C Kaiglel Ross, Defendant I . . ' ' " til 3:00 o'clock p.m., Monday, levy for the fiscal year begin- the Town Hall in the Town of B Subdivlsmn as surveyed and Y virtue of the provisions oil ..... December 3, 1973, for purchase ning October 1, 1973, and end- Centreville, said county and a de piaea y L W Guy and J E cree of the Chancery Court ,  - ; " ' - of one (1) 1974 model, standard ing September 30, 1974. state, on the 30th of October, of Wi'- .......... I ClerK on bepemoer 26 1966, an(t wheelbase 6 cylinder nanel On Motion Duly Made And 1973, and, mson uouny, MISSISSIppi, . ' ' ",  , " ten recorded in Book 5 R, Page 508, doted by ,ia otrt on thel - ' truck. Said truck or van shaillSeconded, a levy of twelve (12) 3. This board will ,remain in .Tth. day of November, A. D. I Cnveyance Records, and being[hay e windows in the rear, fold'mills is hereby fixed on all real session from day to day until 1973, the undersigned, as Spe-I a poron oI,. me o, rmwe.S!ove r type passenger and driver and personal property as shown all objections, lawfully filed, lal uaI1;el oi ecuon z, 'lownsnlp ,._ Commissioner of stid Court ......... ,_eats, heavy duty battery, be on the assessment rolls of 'the i shall have been disposed of, ul k z roln, lange z wes ' the abo ..... mherod and: " equipped with two camper type Town of Centreville, Mississippi. land all proper corrections made tyled cause" will on Monday ] The above described real eS-]mirro.r s with size 71/," x 10'/.2" It is further ordered that in l in the roll. t ' "' ' 1 ' he tate Is so d foI the pulpose of 3rd. day of December A D . .'. I head, heater with fan and de- the event any .part or portion] It is further ordered by this 1973, at'te West Door 'of'thel effectmg a partmon among th.e]froster ' standard transmission, of this order should not be inlboard that notice shall be given ou ownels in accolflanee wlm salo rthouse in xxroodville Mis- ' " " land be equipped,with five wheels conformity .with the law or]to ,the public and to the tax- lssip i .... "' . . ', I deccee and title is believed to I with 4 PR tires should be illegal, such illegality I payers in the following form: ab0uiVnoonW,e;oe'fga'salau!be good baLI will convey only The Board reserves the right shall not affect any other po.r- I (Here follows copy of Public ell to the highest bidder for ]such .ltie as. s veseu, in .melt o xeject any or all bids. tion ,of the .foregoing order. ]Notice to the Public and to the ah c . as sala pecla ommlssloner Ordered, this the 9th of Pc-]Taxpayers of the Town of Cen- t- ertam real estate stuated I ........ '[ Bernard Wmtes a W' I and wednesday, Jpecemoer z _ flkmson County, Mississippi ,o , , " .... ,,,,  +,t Executive Secretary tober, 1973. treville, which has already been eso.. ....... .o, , .,, :,,. u,u,, -, ,,=, ....... Don Vine, Mayor published in this paper.) the"ongh.a a sem ppe e a. Adams County Courthouse at ..... State Of Mississippi There being no further bust- Wilkinson Colanty ness, the meeting was recessed neas corner oI 1o L Natchez. Mississippi, is desig- Proceedings Of The Town Of Centreville until Tuesday, Prober 30, 1973 nVeYed to W. L. McFarland,  ttX, by j. T. McFarland, et ux, a De, comber 8, 1961, and of eeord in Book 5-A, Page 341, 7,ave/ance Records, Wilkinson aty, Mississippi; t h e n c e larth 86 degrees' 58 minutes 0  30 feet to a stake; thence _ Uth 10 degrees 50 minutes at 77 7 feet to a stake; thence Uth 4 de.rees 28 minutes East -u!'t'feet o a slake; thence ,, 87 degrees 43 minutes 3_6.3 feet to a stake, the at 7:30 p.m. " Don Vine, Mayor David Owens. Jr.. Clerk nated and fixed as the time and Centreville And place for the hearing of the wayor application to confirm the re-]Board Of Aldermen port of the s.aid sale. This, the 9th. day of Novem- ber. A. D.. 1973. Alonzo H. Stu,rgeon Special Commissioner 11/9/4w NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Es.tate of Pauline Hender- son, Deceased having been Oontinued from 'Page 2) all corrections to be made in the .said rolls; and will complete such equalization at least ten (]0) days before the November 1973 meeting; and upon ad- journment will immediately, by newspaper publication, notify the public that such rolls, so Pick \\; your Product ...and Pick your Payoff! A cash bonus direct from the factory.., even on machines for fUture delieryI* or... interest paid to May 1, 1974! Start your Hesston one-man system now- when you can pick the exact machine you want-and save money by buying early. 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ORDER OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN Re: Real And Personal Property Assessment Rolls This day came on to be heard and considered by the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Cen- treville the matter ,of the as- sessment of personal property] October 39, 1973 at 7 p.m., a for the year 1973, and of real property for the year 1973, and it appearing affirmatively to this board that David Owens, Jr.. Tax assessor of said town, has completed the assessment of both real and personal property for the said year; that the said assessor filed the real and per- s.cnal property rolls with the clerk of the Town of Centre- ville on or before the 9th of October, 1973 as provided by law; and that said assessor made an affidavit .and appended it to each of said rolls; that said affivaflit showed that he had faithfully endeavored to ascertain and assess all the per- sons and property in said town, that he .did n.ot omit any person or thing, and did not place upon, or accept, an under valu- ation of any property through fear, favor or prtiallty; hat he required every taxpayer to make the oath required to be taken by the person rendering a list of his taxable property, wher- ever possible; that the said as- sessor filed with the rolls, under oath, a list showing a name of every taxpayer who failed or refused to make oath to his tax list; that this Board, im- mediately at its October, 1973 meeting proceed to equalize the said rolls, and ,has completed such equalization at least ten (10} days before its November, 1973 meeting; that said David Owens. Jr., attended the meet- ing of this board, while it was considering said assessments of persons and poperty, from day to day, and that he rendered all assistance which his knowl- edge and information enabled him to give, and that .at the said .meeting, this board then and there caused to be assessed all pe,rsons and things, lound to be omitted from said roils, and caused to be correctly val- ued all .property found to be under valued; that this board carefully examined the land roll and saw that it embraced all the land in said town, and that it represented said lands as be- ing the property of individuals, or the state, or the United States, according to .the fact; bhat it was taxable or not tax- able accordin,g to law; that all such property is correctly de- Be October 30, 1973 it remembered there was begun and held in the Council Room in the Town of 'Centre- ville. MississippL on Tuesday, called meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Centreville. Present and presiding Mayor Don Vine; John Templeton, James Owens, John Rollins, Frank Stutzman. Walter Nettles. Aldermen; David Owens. Jr.. Clerk; James E. Wilkerson, Jr., Attorney. The purpose of the meeting was to receive and hear all ob- jections to the ,real and per- sonal tax rolls for the year 1973. the said assessment rolls hav- ing been filed by the tax as- sessor of this town, and have been examined and equalized by this Board of Aldermen as re- quired by law, and that the re- quired notice has been given to the public and to ,the axpayers in the manner provided by law, at least ten days ,prior to this meeting. It is, Therefore, Ordered and Adjudged, that this Board of Aldermen ,will proceed to hear and determine any and all ob- jections and exceptions thereto which may be filed in respect to said assessment rolls and the assessmenVs therein contained; that this board will sit from day to day until all objections have .been heard and determined and all proper corrections made; that this Board will proceed to .equalize said assessments; and wherever it appears equitable, will increase or diminish the valuation of .any property, so that property of .the same value shall be assessed for an equal sum; that this Board will add to the roll any property found ,to 'have been omitted; that there will be an opportunity for the owners of such property to give objections .as required by Section 3742-14. Mississippi Code of 1942, that this Board will. correct and change any errone- ous assessments discovered or brought to its attention; and this Board will proceed to ,do and perform any and all things required by law with respect to the said assessment rolls and the assessments therein con- tained, so that all property of every taxpayer will be assessed equally and uniformly. Ordered and ,adjudged lhls hhe 30th day of October, 1973. Lawyer Ron Senko, represent- sc.ribed so as to ,be identified ing a group of taxpayers of ,the Page ] Alderman Templeton moved, Alderman Nettles seconded that A. L. "Butch" Reese be hired as policeman at $45'0.00 per month. Motion carried unani- Mr. Senko stated that a twenty- mously. five per cent assessment of mar- There being no further busi- ket value would be more agree-lness to come before this Board, able. He further advised that[upon the motion duly made and the town had not lawfully equal- ] seconded, the meeting was ad- ized the assessment rolls. I Journed. . The Board had a discussion  DOII Vin e, May or .with citizens and taxpayers of' David Owens, Jr., Clerk the town and heard objections and questions on the matter of taxes. The following taxpayers and/or voters presented ,the Board with a petition which was read and considered. (See list attached in minute book.) Alderman Rollins moved, Al- derman Templeton seconded that the tax rolls be closed. Alderman Owens made a sub- stitute motion that the adopted assessment of fifty per cent be reduced to thirty-five per cent. Motion died to a lack of second. Motion made by Alderman Rollins that the rolls be closed brought to a vote. Those in favor: Alderman Rollins, Alder- man Templeton, Alderman Net- tles, Alderman Stuzman; Not voting, Alderman Owens. Motion ca,rried. CLASSIFIED ADS I FOR RENT: Remodeled 3 bed'- room cottage, central heat, l:cw rent arranged commensu- ,rate with responsibility sharing, to be discussed. Write your qual- lificatiens, in confidence, to P. O. 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