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Friday, November 30, 1973 COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES One of the reasons often given fcr using crossbreeding in com- Znercial perk production is that crossbred sows, on the aver- rect ratio of phosphate and potash. Scybeans remove less phosphate than potash and of- ten a 0-1-2 or 0-1-3 ratio is more appropriate than the Tl,r, Wnc, dvllle P, enuhllcan, Woodville, Mississippi Beginning at a steel pipe set at CLASSIFIED ADS the Northeast corner of lot conveyed to W. L. McFarland, et ux, by J. T. McFarland, etux, GARAGE SALE: Friday, Novem- on Decembe,r 8, 1961, and of her 30, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., record in Book 5-A, Page 341, East Rai}road Avenue Centre- Conveyance Records, Wilkinson ville. Miss. County, Mississippi;, thence 11:30/lw North 86 degrees 58 minutes] East 30 feet to a stake; thence Monthly FLEA MARKET, Satur- South 10 degrees 50 minutes day and Sunday, 1'0 to 5. Whatzit Shop, Main Street, East 77.7 feet to a stake; thence FOR SALE: Extra nice building lot, 196 x 220 feet. 27 growing shade trees. Meadow Brook Sub- divisien. Win. B. Withers, 888- 4209. ll/16/tf WANTED TO BUY: Old furni- ture, wash pots, tea kettles, dinner bells, etc. Crain's Hard- ware, Centrev,ille, Miss., ph,one 645-5842. Page 7 WCTS NEWS jtinguished !record in his' field." Wilkm on ou I Other platform guests for the- School:s s Va ely nty TrainingJoceasion will include Dr. Norris Valsil s be rSiwt and Jumorl Edney, PhD, head of the De- ':' :y ys on a basketball!partment of Biology at Aleorn tT';?;%e:':'sy LertiYrlaSt ::sty ' AE&dMnCsIg;: LMr;n.?nir: nd Dfe , and Girls learns will play Cen- I University Medical Center in t,::l, h:;f :paF,dEYerN:nV:msl Jastkd:ts who are participat- linvited to ati, e,d. ing in the formal program are: Jackson, La. Clocks, lamps, age, raise bigger litter than standard 0-1-1. Rates may vary South 4 degrees 28 minutes East antiques, glass, bottles, bric-a- straightbred sows as much as 40 to 90 pounds for 97.9 feet to a stake; thence brae. Inside table space avail- A recent Oklahoma study each nutrient. The only way to lSouth 87 degrees 43 mimtes able. Call 504-634-7481 or 504- shows that crossbred pigs have know fo.r certain is to soil test. East 363 feetto a stake the .... .., I . . . ' u.,-auu. t greater survival rate than true point oI beginning" thence lrebreds. In this study, 26 LIME NEEDS I ' 11/30/lw . North 1 degree 1 minute West i PUrebred litters of the Duroc, Soybean yields in 1974 could 102.6 feet to a stake; thence CE--TS and life, to.o, can be tt Pshire or Yorkshire breeds be increased by three to five No,rth 85 degrees 27 minutes I beautiful if you use Blue 'Were compared with 59 cross- bushels to the acre on over half I East 37.3 feet to a stake: thence JLustre. Rent electric shampooer bred litters representing all the acreage simply by adding South 5 degrees 10 minutesl$1 at Ben Franklin Store. POSTED: The Henry Smith and PosSible two-way crosses ,of the needed amount of lime. On East 107.8 feet to a stake; thence 111/30;lw Henry Smith, Jr., lands in tt e three breeds, one out of four acres, the yield N.orth 87 degrees 43 minues I ---- -. . IWilkmson County are hereby At 42 days of age, the aver- increase would be more like West 449 feet to a stake, the FOR SADE: One goes uses me-/...._,,tea ,.ntn,t rill llumi'.inr fiat- age number of pigs per litter seven to ten bushels due to the true point of beginning and be- I dium-sized Refrigerator, in I'ng orot'l(rwie "iJe'p'assing Was 6.1 for purebred and 7.4 extremely acid condition of the ingLotNo 2 of the R C Kaigler good working condition If in- .... _ __ . .... " _. .' _ ,an again'st nog. bu,flivision as surveyea ancl terested eml Mrs unarms ar-] Crossbred. The average litter soil. Now is an ideal tme to ' ' 9/28/3mp H.L. Smith, Jr. Weight was 144 pounds purebred apply needed lime. platted by L. W. Guy and J. E. nard, telephone 645-4551, Cen-[  a: 177 pounds crossbred. The BROWN ROT ON PEACIIES Clerk on September 26, 19a6, and tl'eville, Miss. I P All  owned by d  also indicated that there recorded in Book 5-R, Page 508, 11/30/lw as more advantage in using a The fungus that causes brown Conveyance Records, and being I the undersigned axe hereby Oar of another breed on pure- rot disease on peaches ,over- a portion of the No,rthwest For All Your General HAULING posted against all hunting, fish- bred Duroc or Hampshire gilts winters in twig cankers and on Quarter of Section 28, Township Needs, call Lark Smith, 888- ing or otherwise trespassing. All than on Yorkshire gilts, mummified f.ruits that lie on 2 North, Range 2 West. 6698 or 888-6761. previous permissions revoked. the ground or hang on trees. 11/16/4w All violators will 'be prosecuted. The above described real es- 8/31/tf Mrs, R. M. Redhead 'SOYBEAN FERTILIZATION A good clean up may alleviate tate is sold for the purpose of WAYNE PiCkup Covers $135. r SOybean growers should ar-jthe brown rot problem. Remove leffecting a partition among the if t er's Alley, formerly REDUCE safe and fast with tnge in advance for their fer- I all mummified fruit from the D r l ewners in accordance with said Charlie's .Camping Center, 3776 GoBese Tablets and E-Vap lizer needs. Soybeans respond trees and the ground under he decree, .and title is believed to Airline, Baton Rouge, Phone "water pills." Martens Drug t to residual fertilizer so now ltrees. Bu*ry mummies at leas be good but I will convey only 356-0550. man ideal time to apply the/a foot deep and burn diseased Store. such title as is vested in .me 11/9/4w ll/2/7wp 'COUnt needed, it.wigs that bore diseased fruit, as said Special Commissioner, and Wednesday, December 12, FOR SALE: 1968 Oldsmobile, air FGR SALE: Mobile Home, 2 ].' rendered 5y aid Cou, rt on the 1973. at 10 a.m. o'clock in the, conditioned. Also 1967 Volks- 7th. day of November, A. D.. office of the Chancellor in the wagen, air conditioned. Call bedrooms, air conditioned. 1973, the undersigned, as Spe- Adams County Courthouse at 888-2281 or 888-4638. good condition. Also 1970 14-ft. 10/12/if Thunderbird boat with 80 lap cial Commissi,oner of said Court Natchez. Mississippi, is desig- -- in the above numbered and hated and fixed as the time and   W O'-R--K 888-2281Mercury orUtbard888-6769.mtr' Call styled cause, will on Monday, place for the 1]eaxing of the l after 4 p.m. weekdays and ll/16/tf $PECIAL COMMISSIONER'S the 3rd. day of December. A. D.. application o confirm the re- NOTICE OF SALE OF 1973. at the West Door of the por.t of the s,aid sale. any time weekends. Call James LAND FOR PARTITION Courthouse in Woodville Mis- This. the 9th. day of Novem- Goynes, 357-8855, Baton tbouge, POSTED: All lands owned by tells Prater Ross, Complain, ant sisslppi, within legal hou,rs, ber. A. D.. 1973. La. the Est. of J. M. Anders and No. 6031 ll/2/6wp by Mrs. William Pe$ry are here- J about noon, expose for sale and Alonzo H. Stu,rge.on by posted against all hunting, 10/19/if I Member.s of the Science Spe- I eiat Interest Club of WCTS wish POSTED: All lands owned by I to [lnl]ounce tllat on Wednesday, the undersigned are hereby lDecember 5. at 10 a.m. they will posted against all hunting, fish-' held tleir Science Career Day ingcr otherwise trespassing. All in the gymnasium of the school. stray dogs and hogs will be: killed. Hen,ry and .Stafford Ford 1.0/19/6mp Chapelle Allen, president of S.S.I.C., who will deliver an ad- dress on the purpose of Career Day; Vernie Cage, who will give the welcome address; Ardls Jones, who will ,give the prayer; There are numerous events and Glinda Scott, secretary, who scheduled for that day, which will give the introduction. include a formal program be- The overall purpose of this ginning at 10 a.m. with several event is to orient our student irominent guest speakers. They jto the various fields ,of sucly hclude Dr. James Perkins, PhD, in the science are.a and to fa-. associate professor of chemistry miliarize them with require- at Jackson State College, Jack- merits for entrance into a par, son, who will speak on ' Car,e, ers ticular field. We ,wish to thank in the Field of Chemistry. A!the Science Teachers of WCTS native of Millard, Pennsylvania, Dr. Perkins has held a number of distinguished positions and reeeived his doctorate at the University of Pittsburg. Another speaker will be Dr. John Emaka Uzodinma, head of the Department of Biology and chairman of the Division of Pre- for their cooperation and efforts in trying to make this event a success. Mr. Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr, Spormor Mr. Wordy Hcks, Jr. Principal CARD OF THANKS Medical and Pre-Dental Science, We wish to take this means at Jackson State College. Hs I. . . ' ' r o express our sincere thanks presentatmn ,will include caree s ] ....... ............ o an WhO snowea so muca in t.ne ileiOs oI lnealclne aria I ........ .......... I Kmoness ana generosity iOllOW a Genbal science d-k naive Of .tEl- . ........ Y ....... m re ling ne aean o our oaugner ce]vea ms   " a consideration ,and expressions of University and has a very dis- POSTED: All lands owned by the undersigned are hereby posted against all hunting, fish- ing or otherwise trespassing. 10/12 '6m Sidney E. Chambers POSTED: All lands of Mrs. W. V. Morris's estate are pasted agalns all hunting, fishing and/or otherwise trespassing. sympathy ,and .friendship have meant a great deal to us .during ur time of sorrow and will ever be remembered. -- The Bernard McMorris Family. WHEN YOU GET TOGETHER  THINGS HAPPEN! THAT'S WHY nee Ross. Defendant ]Y virtue of the provisions of lecree of the Chancery Court Wilkinson County, Mississippi, sell to the highest bidder fo.r cash certain real estate situated in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, described as follows, to-wit: CHRISTIAN CLINIC Judson F. Lloyd, M.D. Monday thru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 716 "B" Street Natchez, Mississippi Office Phones: 442-3783, 442-3794 Home Phone: 442-3328 LOANS from $100 to {115,000 Bill Consolidahng Loans Are Our Specialty. Payments Reduced As Much As V to V and Sometimes Even Mare. Free COUNSELING SERVICE- Call Or Stop By Our Office Woodville Finance, Inc. Depot Street Pione 888-2011 .... ' L --  i I I ii i Used Tra:ciors and Equipment HIGH IN VALUE LOW IN COST! 3020 John Deers Diesel MD Farmall M Farmall on Butane :2000 Ford Gasoline N Ford, Freshly Overhauled 640 Ford Gasoline S ft. Lift Type Wood's Cutter 10 ft. Wheel Type International Disc /= ft. Drag Type Disc "SIX Lilliston Clipper 7 ft. PT7 Hesston Mower 12 ft. Caldwell Clipper i Seal Tractor Co. .% Special Commissioner Farm Bureau members interes- fishing or otherwise trespassing. Violators will be prosecuted. 11/9/4w ted in buying citrus fruit for 10/12/3rap 10/12/6rap Christmas, contact your local POSTED: Lands owned by he NOTICE TO CREDITORS Farm Bureau office. Phone 888- POSTED: All lands owned by undersigned, formerly known Letters Testamentary upon 4612. the John A. McClain, Sr., heirs as the Stricker property or Mill- the ,state of Pauline Hender- 11/16/3w are hereby posted against all' saps tract, are hereby posted son, Deceased, having been hunting, fishing or oherwise" against all hunting, fishing or granted ,and issued to the un- POSTED: All lands owned by trespassing, otherwise respassing. Unautho- dersigned by the Chancery Court the undersigned are herebY ll0/12/3mp rized hogs, dogs or cattle will ADAMS of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, posted against all trespassing be held for damages, or 'de- on the 30th day of October. 1973. and hunting dogs. Violators will POSTED: All lands owned by st,royed. Dr. Kenneth O. Wil- all persons having claims against be prosecuted to the fullast ex- J the Estate of J. M. McCraine liams. Dr. Gus Neeley, B. R. said esae are hereby notified tent of the law. Trespassers do iaxe hereby posted against all Williams, Jr., Lamar Barrow, to have .the same probated, reg- so at their own risk. hunting, fishing or otherwise Jim Thompson, Attorney-at- istered and allowed by the Clerk 9/21/6mp Delos Floyd trespassing. Law. of a.aid Court within six (6) 9/7/tf 10/12/tf months from the date of first POSTED: Lands owned by the publication of this notice, or undersigned are hereby posted ' ,, ' ', against hunting fishing or tree- the same will be fo,rever barred.]passing of any kind. No dogs This the 30,th day of October, A.D., 1973. or hogs allowed. Chester W. Henderson 11/16 3m Mrs. Rosa E. Ward 11/9/4w POSTED: Flatridge Plantation NOTICE OF SALE and that part of Salisbury I Plantation leased by the undee- The Wilkinson County Board signed are hereby posted against "One of Louisiana's Largest Clubs" of Education will receive sealed all hunting, fishing or otherwise bids in the office of the County trespassing. Also against hogs Superintendent,of.til 3:0{) o'clock p.m.,EducatinMonday,un-land dogs, Highway 19- 10 Miles South of Centreville December 3, 1973. for the sale 8/31/4mp Gerald E. Johnston of School Bus No. 66. which has a 54 passenger Superior body probate, registration ,and allow- NORWOOD, LA. mounted on a 1966 Chev, rolet ance according to law within six chassis. (6) months from the date of Said busmaybeinspeetedat the first publication of this Friday No,,.mber 30 the Wilkinson County School notice or they will be ,forever Bus Shop, Woodville, Mississippi barred.  ' from 9:00 a.m. to 3:,0.0 p.m. on This 27th day of November, Monday through Friday, No- A. D., 1973. In Person - From The Grand Ole Opry vember 19. 1973 through Novem- Charlie Palmer ber 30, 1973. Administrator The Board reserves the right 11/30/3,w to reject any or all bids. NOTICE OF Bernard Waites Executive Secretary SPECIAL ELECTION 11/16/3w CireuitNovemberClerk's27, Office19./3 Ernest NOTICE OF BIDS We. the undersigned Election The Wilkinson County Board Commissioners of Wilkinson f Education will receive sealed County met this date and set 'bids in the o,fiee of the County January 15. 1974. as date for TUB U Superintendent of Eflucatmn un 1 "  - Special Election for Supervisor | tll 3:00 o'elock p.m., Monday, of Second District of Wilkinson December 3 1973 for pmehase ith m l , , " , County. We have complied w |lof one (1) 1974 model, standard+. _...  ..... + .... +, .... wneeloase, O Cyllnoer, panel m l ...... I the Election at all polling Bre- m) u, uck Said truck or van snau ........ i canes oz me econo uper- have windows in the rear fold -. ...................... , ,00L00rs o. Member of the over type passenger and dnver l ' bulletin board and by having SOMETHING GOOD IS HAPPENING TO THE ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY INSUREDS! INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Qloster, Miss. seats, heavy duty battery, be this notice to be advertised in equipped with two camper type The Woodville Republican for Country Music mlrrors with size 7V=," x 101/ '' 3{) consecutive days. head. heater with fan and de- froster, standard transmission, C.E. Cage and be equipped with five wheels H.N. Jensen Hall of Fame witty.4 PR tires. John Ashley The Board reserves the right 11/30/5w to reject any or all bids. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bernard Waites Letters Testamenta,ry upon Executive Secretary the Estate of Stevenson Reed, 11/16/3w Deceased, having been granted ADMINISTRATOR'S and issued to the undersigned NOTICE TO CREDITORS by the Chancery Court of Wil- Of WillieDeceased, ames Palmer, thekinsn26 CountY,day of November.Misslssi'ppi'A. D..n With the Entire Ernest Tubb Show Letters of Administration hay- 1973. all persons having claims ing been ,granted in Case No. against said estate are hereby 6051 on the 27th. day of No- notified t.o have the same pro- vember. A. D.. 1973, by the bated, registered and allowed by and TEXAS T000UBADOURS Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson the Clerk of said Court within County, to the undersigned, as six (6) months from .the date administrator of the Estate of of first publication of this no- Willie James Palmer, deceased, tire, or the same will be forever notice of hereby given to .all barred. .persons having claims against Marguerite Farr Reed Prices Never Go Up On Entertainment Nights said estate to present the same Executrix be the Clerk of said Court for 11/30/4w , , ,