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Sheriff's Sale Of Land For Taxes State of Mississippi, County of Rtone: I, James T. Hudspeth, Tax Oollectr of the County of Stm, in said State will sell on the Third Monday of September A. D., 19e0, at the West {leer of the Court House of said County, in the Town of Wiggins, Miss- Zsslppi, to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, if any there be, all the followit lands, situated in said County, on which the taxes remain un- at that date to-wit: 8 ti$--E. M. Wadell: Start NW cor of NW% of run NW, run 340 ft. to beg. Thence E 50 ft.. S 34 ft. W 50 ft., N 34 ft. to beg. S. 20. T 2, R 9 ......... 10 1.45 |Ig--E. F. Cain, Est.: I a in SC cot. of NW of NW S17 T3 R9 ........................................ 04 .58 I29---R. S. Williams, Est.: SW of NW, NW% of SW%, $38, '1"3, R9 ............................ 2.44 35.50 134--R. S. Williams, Est.: E 30t of SE% of NE $39, T3, 119 ...................................... 60 8.'/3 145--Mnnie Griffin: S 16a of N 32a of HE% of HE% $31, T 3, R9 ........ --= ....................... 32 4.66 210---lward Haldohh NW of NE, $20, "r2, R10 .80 11.64 213---Bert Hlbbe: SE of SW% of N3, $22, "1"2. R1O .20 2.91 fl---Thomas H. O'Conner: Beg SE cor of NW% of NW%, run N 600 ft. to pl of beg., thence run W 279 ft. to road, NE along road $09 ft. to E line of NW of NW, S 169 ft. to beg. Approx la $20, "I"2, PAl ................................... 14 1.31 911--Eva Byrd James---NE% of NNV & All E of Hy in IVW of NW%. S18, T4, Rll ................... 1.28 18.62 904---Ann Buford Love: Beg NW cor of Sec. 18. run S 268 ft. E 80 ft. S 770 ft. N 362 ft. to Sec. line, W 770 ft. to bzeg. S18, 'r4, RI1 ................. 20 2.91 1011mMann Batson. Est.: Beg S cor of Elzabeth 11o- binosn's run N IM ft. E 300 ft. S I00 ft. W 150 ft. to beg. Also beg SW cot of Allen Gudley's land run N par with Dudley's land 100 ft. W 150 ft. S I00 ft. E 150 ft. to beg. $2, T2, hI2 ........... 104 14.09 |04-Danlel Corbett! Beg 550 ft. N & 50 ft. E of SW cor SW of SE run E 210 ft. S 210 ft. W 210 ft. N 210 ft. to beg. Approx Is. $3. T2, R12 ....... 88 11.92 l179---Joe Brown: NE of NW of NE. $21, "1"2, R12 20 2.'/1 13tg--W, C. Overton: About 1a bounded W by Mag- nolia Hy S by ld's E by Jackson's N by Swetman's in NEtA of SE. 813, 2"3, R12 ....... 16 2.33 13M--Henrietta Harris, Est.: Beg NW cor of NWK of SW run 945 ft. S E e00 ft. N 945 ft. W 650 ft. to beg. Approx. 8a  land to Josephine Nlchol- son. S13, T3, RI2 ............................... 64 931 14ig---Lulys Walker, Est.: Beg SE cot of NE of NW% run N 24 rds. SW 67 rds. thence E to beg. Con. 5a in NE of NW% S of Rlceville Road. S13, T4, RI2 ........................................ 91 M69---Curtis V, Nolan'. 8E of SW. S12, T4, RI2 -- .80 II4 l'/---J. D. Dedeaux: SE of NE% of NE%, $31, "1"3 R13 ............................................. 80 11.64 ]7(--Lrene Whltten: liE% of SW%. S13, "113, RI3 ..... 80 11.64 18--Ted R. Clark: Beg NW oor of Sec. zn S 7.7'/ eh. E 9.44 to road, thence NE along road 6.38 chs. to Bec. llne, thence W on Sec. line, 12,53 chs to beg. A1)prox 8. , T3, RI3 ................... 18 2.62 Ted R. Clark: All that portion N of N of S of SE lying E of Rcevllle Rd. $33, T3, PA8 1.54 22.41 le64---Romar Cuevas: W of SE, S% of SW of NE%, less la M,T4, PA3 ...................... 27.93 le64---Romar Cuevas: NW of NE. $8, 2"4, hI3 .... 4.73 169--Mrs. Louise Ladner: N% of SW% of NE $5 T4, RI3 ......................................... 2.46 .' 172&--Hayden Ladne,r: NW% of SE less SW. $18 T4, R13 ........................................ 60 8.73 13.70 1728--Mrs. Mary Saucier: SE% of NE% of SW, SWI/4 of SE less 8E% of SW% of SE, SE3/4 of SE less SW of SE of SWl/4, SWl/4 of NW%0 f SE%. S18, T4, RI3 .................... 9.65 18.78 1764--Erno Harris: Beg 458 ft. S of NW cor of NW of NW  S 100 ft. E 206 ft. N 100 ft. W 6 it. to beg. S19, T2, RII ........................ 3.64 7.09 18--Tom Gordon: Lots 2 & 5, N. M. Breland Subdiv. 2.98 40.11 49.98 315&--Wllllam W. & Laura Parker: Lot 9, Price's Sub- dlv., Blk 4 ..................................... 98 1.68 4.48 lg0--J. P. Murray: E of S of Blk Shoemaker & McCoy Add ................................. 6 10.55 2294--Mary M. Parker: Lot 7, Shoemaker & McCoy 3nd Add., Blk 7 ....................  .............. )8 1.98 4.48 $3"/3--Otis Bend: 25 ft. off N side of Lot 1, Bik 2 Cavers Add ..................................... 08 1.08 4.48 lff--Malissie Smith: Lot 14, Blk 1, Sunshine 1st Add..88 11.92 16.76 Ytff--Prank Rhodes: LOt 7, 8, 9, Blk 2, Sunshine 2rid Add ............................................ 7.48 13.62 Lee Everett: Lots 5 & 6, Blk 1 Eastaide __ .96 13.01 19.24 :I8--Eva Byrd James: N of Lets 7 & 8,  14, H H Survey ...................................... ,10 1.46 6.14 26-W. E. Walker: An Blks 3, 4, 6, less Lot 9, Blk. 5 K Add ......................... = ....... 2.'/3 9.63 --J. B. Mcueen: All Blk H, Hemphill Bros. Add. 1.60 23.28 29.50 8---W. E. Walker: All Blk. I, J, K, L., Hemphill Bros. kV--J. A. IAtssiter, Est.: Lots $ to 8 & 14 to 16 incl., Blk 2, McHenry Gardens ...................... 1.62 23*L 32 2964--Max E. Towle: Lots 5 & 29 to 32 inc., Blk 4 Gulf Coast Land Dlv. Co. Sub. No. 4 ................ 2.00 29.10 36.06 8---Karollne L. Car-nell: Lots 12 to 15, Blk I, Vasen's . Sub DIv. No. I .................................. 40 5.82 13.56 9866--Krollne L. Cornelh Lots 9 to 19 inc., Blk 2 Vasen's Sub. Die. No. I ..................... 48 6.98 13.66 M Karoline  caxnell: Lot I, Bik 2, Vasen's Sub .08 1.08 4.47 Die. No. 1 ...................................... M--C. W. Power: Lots I to 8 inc., Blk. I, Vasen's Sub. Dlv. No. 2 ..................................... .48 6.98 11.02 /0---Karollne I. Cornell: Lot $, Blk 4, Vasen's Sub. .08 1.0 4.47 Die. No. 3 Groveland Sub. Die, No. 4 ....................... 80 11.64 16.38 /4--Dr. Robert Reich: Lots 121 to le0 inc., Rlk 4, Groveland Sub. Dlv, No. 4 ..................... 1.60 23.28 29.50 $8'/6--John Harnack:Lots 115 to 144 inc. Blk 4,Grove- land Sub. Dlv. No. 4 ............................ 1.60 23,28 29.50 John Harnock: LOts 75 to 94 inc., Blk 4, Me- .M 11.64 16. land lub. Dlv. No, 5 .......................... .14 2.04 55 2882---3. ]B, Ness: Lots 19 & 20, Blk 2 ................ 2902---Arland Leuis Seai:la in SE cor of E of SE% 12.19 16.11 4.88 What rate of interest axe you paying on your new washing ma- $92 chine--car--or other big purchase you're paying for over a period of 46.18 time? The annual interest rate on a 13.72 number of consumer instllment credit loans and purchase plans re- 8.75 viewed recently by the U.S. De- 17.25 partment of Agriculture's Research 6.74 lrviceraaged from 7 to 36 percent. The rates are affected by the amount loaned, the length of thne to repay the loan, the purpose of 4.81 the loan, the security offered and the type of lending agency. 26.76 Do some siopping and checking on the interest you pay on loans or installment buying. There's a lot of 6.7 difference in a 3 percent per month and a 3 per cent per year interest charge. Ask at your home agent's office 20.46 for a copy of the bulletin '. Credit-- a Irlend in Need. It gives informa- tion on cost of borrowing money 16.78 and points for a family to consider 6.53 before It uses credit, as well as on different kinds of credit. 5.91 CARE OF CHICKEN Broiler-fryers headed the plen- 13.75 ful foods list for this month. You may be finding some good buys in your local stores. Be careful of the care you give chickens after you 4.21 buy them. 17.18 If you don't plan to freeze the 18.58 chicken, buy only what you can 17.16 use in one or two days. Take the chicken from its air-tight package &nd wrap it loosely in wax paper 8,I so the air can circulate. In an air- tight package, the oxidation that 28Y2 takes place results in an unpleasant odor. 29.62 9.04 WATER SPOTTING ON FIA)OR 440 If your good water-reslstant self- NOTICE TO PURCHASE NEW DUMP TRUCK Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the Bod of Supervisors of S t o n e Cotmty, Mississippi at its office in the Stone County Courthouse up to, and not later than 11 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, the 6th day of Seltember, 1960, for the purchase by said Board of the following equipment for use by Supervlsor's District No. Five: One (1) new twl-ton, 6 cylinder truck; said truck to be equipped with the following: two-speed axle, duel rear wheels, 8 x 25 10-ply nylon tires on front and rear wheels, cab, hydraulic dump body with four yard ca- pacity water level, and neces. sary safety lights for highway travel. The Board of Supervisors will pay the entire purchase price for the above described equipment in, The said Board of Supervisors the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. my hand and seal of on this, the llth day of Au- A. D., 1960. HoBle T. Bond, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Stone County, MISp pi of SW%. S19, T2, RI3 .......................... 29---Llnda Oroth: S of Let 29, Blk 2, Gulf Coast Land Dev. Co .............................. 40 5.82 91 Given under my hand at, Wiggins, Miss., this 22nd day of AugUst, I. JAMES T. HUDSPETH, Sheriff & Tax Collecr List of Lands To Be Sold For Municipal Taxes I, Vonice Strohm, Clerk of the Town of Wiggins, Mississippi, in said State will sell on the Third Morlay of September A. D., 1M0, at the County, Mississippi and estimated west door of the ity HaM of said Town, in the County of StOne, Miss- o contain 243548 board feet Doyle , to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, if any there be, all the re- cale pine sawtimber, 5039 board following decribed ]ands sultated in said Town, on which the taxes maed unpaid at that date, to-wit: Name of Owne43eseripton of Land  l--Rowen Bond: N. M. Breland Sub., Lot 3 ............. 11.51 PRICES SUB. DIV. l;--WtUtam & Laura parker, Let 0 ....................... el CAVERS ADDITION M--Otis Bond: 25 ft. of N side of Lot 1, Blk 2 ............. 61 SUNMM M ADDITION 113-]Prank : .inshine 2 Add., Lots 7, 8, 9, B]k 2 .... I,4'I 21t---Mrs. Bully Elsnd: Lot 10, Blk 2 .................... 1144--Dan Lee Everett: Lot 5 & 6, Blk 1 (Eastslde .......... 7. Sealed bids will be received by the Clerk, Stone County Board of supervisors, Wiggins, Mississippi, up o and not later than 11 a.m. Octo- ber 3. 1960, Ior the purchase of all lmber marked or designated for that purpose on Section 16, Town- ship 4 South, Range 12 West, stone ;feet, Doyle scale hardwood sawtim- Imr and 204 statndltrd cords pine Wltlpwood. Before bids are submitted, full information concerning the mat- erial for sale, conditions of sale and 14.01 submission of bds should be obtain from the Dialect Forester, Missis- 8.11 ppi Forestry Commission. Wiggins, MisSissippi. The right to reject any 3.81 and all bids is reserved. 14.9'/ witness my hand and official seal $.15 ffies on this, the 8th day of 9.80 September, A. D., 1980. Hollie T. Bond, Clerk of the Oiven under my hand at Wiggins, Miss., this the 32nd da of Aug- (Seal) Board of Supervisors of stone County, Mississippi mr, le, VONIC BI'ROItM, M 1151/ M STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE t,,t, f,t, 00ouncil ]modern living--the automobile. polishing wax on your floors does t, ,,.j-,J I The Council President said he not seem to "resist water sp&ting, it -'" y pro00bly 00ause the floor was List Fwe Safety. Factsl00as concerned over the .... r--., [shown by most parents wnen 3un- For cllool Ulllloren ]ior becomes of legal age to drive. not promptly cleaned or rinsed be- fore the wax was applied. Do not apply wax over soapy film left on an unrlnsed floor. Wliis removes wax when you clem up spilled li- quids or when you damp mop the floor with clear water. Clean your floor thoroughly and xise well. Let floor dry completely, then apply wax. LEMONS OR LIMES? Lemons and limes can be used in the same way. The average ie green lime contains about one- ,third more citric acid than lhe verage lemon. To get all the juice from lemons and limes slice tlaem lengthwise instead of crosswise. HUGE FORESTRY PARADE PLANS NEAR COMPLETION "Instead of insisting on Driver With thousands of Mississippi Training, most parents get ex- children returning to school wth- tremely angry if lie fails to obtain in the next few weeks, the Mis- his drivers license on his first at- sissippi Safety Council reminds the empt." parents of five facts released by the The Mississippi Safety Council National Safety Council: believes Driver Training should be 1. Accidents are the leading cause u required course in the tenth of death to school-age children, grade. "'It should include compre- I 2. More than 2,500 children 5-14 hensive classroom study and a years of age are killed annually in minimum of 8 hours b e h i n d - laccidents involving motor vehicles. ,he-wheel with a well-qualified in- structor " Cooper said. 3. More than 1,100 of those child- ' .. I ............. I He mentioned that parents coum iren are peue ......... /d much about the child traffic 4. A total of 150,060 children i nlproblem by realizing that his or Ithe 5 14 age ooup are injured - 5. .-:' /her behavior influences the child each year in motor vehicle mishaps. greatly and if a good example was 5 One out of 12 students injured set by the parent, the child would in a "school-jurisdiction'" accident follow with the same good traffic is on his way to or from school, habits. If the example was bad, the Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, ed her initial course of Air la B AFB, Texas. She has  select| ; to attend the technical txaJaal|i- for Administrative Clerk I course Amarillo AFB, Texas. | R Airman Sharp is a graduate Perkinston Arg. High. WAF Airman, all of whom the Air Force at IJackland, are ected for specialized training technical schools on the basis heir interests, aptitudes, and needs of the Air Force. The nieal courses to which they assigned range in length from to fifty-eight weeks. Upon completion of training, WAF Airmen axe to operational units of the Aerospace Force. Young people desiring tion concerning enlistment in U. S. Air Force should contact :Larry Estep, Room 306, Building, Biloxi, Miss. The Forres[ County Fore.qry A- sociation announces that the pa- rade for the District Forest Quee contest will start in downtown Hat- tiesburg at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sep- ,ember 24, 1960. The parade will depict transition- al forest harvesting equipment as well as old and new timber pro- ducts usage. It will show forest 3roducts harvesting equipment. Owen Cooper. President of the statewide groups, remarked that a teenage driver is involved in 1 out of 10 Iatal auto accidents. "In practically every case," Coo- per said, "the involved teenager had not had Driver Training in- Istruction in school." I The safety official stated further that the safest drivers in the state were dmse who had completed a methods of forest management, ed- ucations2 trends and other subjecgs t In keeping with the general forestry I program. It will feature the Coun- ty Forest Queen contestants who will compete for the Southeastern !District Forest Queen title that night at Mississippi Southern Col- lege Auditorium. Mr. Joe Allbritton, Parade Di- rector, urges all interested in enter- ing floats in this parade to contact him Immediately. His office phone 49 JUniper 3-1892 in Hattiesburg. Allbritton states, "This parade will be of interest to young and old. Driver Training course. Driver tra2ning is an optional course and is not available to mot of the Mississippi students. I Cooper said, "we spend millions of dollars in the state each year for educational purposes, and na- tionwide we spend millions more to fight the diseases that might bring suffering to our children." "Yet, he continued, "we fail to protect them adequately against one of the most deadly hazards of for 49 entries. Many other entries from Southeast Mississippi a r e We have already assigned spaces eontem'plated." Armstrong Linoleum & Tile Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting Higgins Floor -- Aluminum Awnings -- Venetian Blinds BALIUS FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St.  Biloxi, Mi. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Phone ID 2-5252 IF INTERESTED--CALL WARREN WATTS--WA 8-9649 child's would be the same. "Accidents axe the greatest kill- er of our Mississippi youth," C.o- per said. "and we must correct this needless situation." "Parents should demand Driver Training for their High Schools and they also should become safer drivers themselves so their children will have a good example to fol- low." The Mississippi Safety Council k a citizens' organization designed to promote accident prevention in all filds of economic endeavor. COMPLETES COURSE .... Airman Elizabeth A. S h a r p , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Sharp of Wiggins, has complet- Dr. John M. Opl onvet ris/ WIGGINS OFFICE HOUR EVERY TUESDAY 10:00 to 3:00 Pine Street NEXT DOOR 'I'O GIFT CENTE BILOXI OFFICE llOUltS Daily--9:00 to 5:8@ SEE US FOR... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Ilome or Repair NOTHINC DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY If you want a new home, see us for information ma FHA Loan. Outside Paint __ Sheet Rock TREN'I'ON 00PPLY COMPANY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 Wilffi! You couldn't pick a better time to deal with your Chevrolet dealer. He's winding up a wing-d|ng of 8 selling year and he's out to keep his '60 models moving fast--right up to the final gun! If you hanker to own the year's hottest seller, for good- ness sake, don't heslteteI See your dealer for a choice deal NOW! Bel Air $-Door Sedan--lieu're Oat this ore 17 other Che modds to pi& frond X LAST CHANCEl BEST TIME TO BUY THE CAR OF THEYEAR00   CHEVY'S CORVAIR Sample the special delights of Corvair's light handling and quietness and all- round comfort. Take the wheel just once --and you'll know why the editors of Motor Trend magazine voted Corvair the Car of the Year. Your best bet by far is to drive a Corvair right now--while your Chevrolet dealer's writing year-end deals --and be all the more satisfiedl Cormir 700 -Door Sedan--with a Worticall fiat floorl  See Chevrolet cars, Chez00f s Corvatrs and Corvettes at your local authorized Chevrolet d, ealer00sl Star Chevrolet Company, Inc. Phone WAlnut 8-4405 Sheriff's Sale Of Land For Taxes State of Mississippi, County of Rtone: I, James T. Hudspeth, Tax Oollectr of the County of Stm, in said State will sell on the Third Monday of September A. D., 19e0, at the West {leer of the Court House of said County, in the Town of Wiggins, Miss- Zsslppi, to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, if any there be, all the followit lands, situated in said County, on which the taxes remain un- at that date to-wit: 8 ti$--E. M. Wadell: Start NW cor of NW% of run NW, run 340 ft. to beg. Thence E 50 ft.. S 34 ft. W 50 ft., N 34 ft. to beg. S. 20. T 2, R 9 ......... 10 1.45 |Ig--E. F. Cain, Est.: I a in SC cot. of NW of NW S17 T3 R9 ........................................ 04 .58 I29---R. S. Williams, Est.: SW of NW, NW% of SW%, $38, '1"3, R9 ............................ 2.44 35.50 134--R. S. Williams, Est.: E 30t of SE% of NE $39, T3, 119 ...................................... 60 8.'/3 145--Mnnie Griffin: S 16a of N 32a of HE% of HE% $31, T 3, R9 ........ --= ....................... 32 4.66 210---lward Haldohh NW of NE, $20, "r2, R10 .80 11.64 213---Bert Hlbbe: SE of SW% of N3, $22, "1"2. R1O .20 2.91 fl---Thomas H. O'Conner: Beg SE cor of NW% of NW%, run N 600 ft. to pl of beg., thence run W 279 ft. to road, NE along road $09 ft. to E line of NW of NW, S 169 ft. to beg. Approx la $20, "I"2, PAl ................................... 14 1.31 911--Eva Byrd James---NE% of NNV & All E of Hy in IVW of NW%. S18, T4, Rll ................... 1.28 18.62 904---Ann Buford Love: Beg NW cor of Sec. 18. run S 268 ft. E 80 ft. S 770 ft. N 362 ft. to Sec. line, W 770 ft. to bzeg. S18, 'r4, RI1 ................. 20 2.91 1011mMann Batson. Est.: Beg S cor of Elzabeth 11o- binosn's run N IM ft. E 300 ft. S I00 ft. W 150 ft. to beg. Also beg SW cot of Allen Gudley's land run N par with Dudley's land 100 ft. W 150 ft. S I00 ft. E 150 ft. to beg. $2, T2, hI2 ........... 104 14.09 |04-Danlel Corbett! Beg 550 ft. N & 50 ft. E of SW cor SW of SE run E 210 ft. S 210 ft. W 210 ft. N 210 ft. to beg. Approx Is. $3. T2, R12 ....... 88 11.92 l179---Joe Brown: NE of NW of NE. $21, "1"2, R12 20 2.'/1 13tg--W, C. Overton: About 1a bounded W by Mag- nolia Hy S by ld's E by Jackson's N by Swetman's in NEtA of SE. 813, 2"3, R12 ....... 16 2.33 13M--Henrietta Harris, Est.: Beg NW cor of NWK of SW run 945 ft. S E e00 ft. N 945 ft. W 650 ft. to beg. Approx. 8a  land to Josephine Nlchol- son. S13, T3, RI2 ............................... 64 931 14ig---Lulys Walker, Est.: Beg SE cot of NE of NW% run N 24 rds. SW 67 rds. thence E to beg. Con. 5a in NE of NW% S of Rlceville Road. S13, T4, RI2 ........................................ 91 M69---Curtis V. Nolan'. 8E of SW. S12, T4, RI2 -- .80 II4 l'/---J. D. Dedeaux: SE of NE% of NE%, $31, "1"3 R13 ............................................. 80 11.64 ]7(--Lrene Whltten: liE% of SW%. S13, "113, RI3 ..... 80 11.64 18--Ted R. Clark: Beg NW oor of Sec. zn S 7.7'/ eh. E 9.44 to road, thence NE along road 6.38 chs. to Bec. llne, thence W on Sec. line. 12,53 chs to beg. A1)prox 8. , T3, RI3 ................... 18 2.62 Ted R. Clark: All that portion N of N of S of SE lying E of Rcevllle Rd. $33, T3, PA8 1.54 22.41 le64---Romar Cuevas: W of SE, S% of SW of NE%, less la M,T4, PA3 ...................... 27.93 le64---Romar Cuevas: NW of NE. $8, 2"4, hI3 .... 4.73 169--Mrs. Louise Ladner: N% of SW% of NE $5 T4, RI3 ......................................... 2.46 .' 172&--Hayden Ladne,r: NW% of SE less SW. $18 T4, R13 ........................................ 60 8.73 13.70 1728--Mrs. Mary Saucier: SE% of NE% of SW, SWI/4 of SE less 8E% of SW% of SE, SE3/4 of SE less SW of SE of SWl/4, SWl/4 of NW%0 f SE%. S18, T4, RI3 .................... 9.65 18.78 1764--Erno Harris: Beg 458 ft. S of NW cor of NW of NW  S 100 ft. E 206 ft. N 100 ft. W 6 it. to beg. S19, T2, RII ........................ 3.64 7.09 18--Tom Gordon: Lots 2 & 5, N. M. Breland Subdiv. 2.98 40.11 49.98 315&--Wllllam W. & Laura Parker: Lot 9, Price's Sub- dlv., Blk 4 ..................................... 98 1.68 4.48 lg0--J. P. Murray: E of S of Blk Shoemaker & McCoy Add ................................. 6 10.55 2294--Mary M. Parker: Lot 7, Shoemaker & McCoy 3nd Add., Blk 7 ....................  .............. )8 1.98 4.48 $3"/3--Otis Bend: 25 ft. off N side of Lot 1, Bik 2 Cavers Add ..................................... 08 1.08 4.48 lff--Malissie Smith: Lot 14, Blk 1, Sunshine 1st Add..88 11.92 16.76 Ytff--Prank Rhodes: LOt 7, 8, 9, Blk 2, Sunshine 2rid Add ............................................ 7.48 13.62 Lee Everett: Lots 5 & 6, Blk 1 Eastaide __ .96 13.01 19.24 :I8--Eva Byrd James: N of Lets 7 & 8,  14, H H Survey ...................................... ,10 1.46 6.14 26-W. E. Walker: An Blks 3, 4, 6, less Lot 9, Blk. 5 K Add ......................... = ....... 2.'/3 9.63 --J. B. Mcueen: All Blk H, Hemphill Bros. Add. 1.60 23.28 29.50 8---W. E. Walker: All Blk. I, J, K, L., Hemphill Bros. kV--J. A. IAtssiter, Est.: Lots $ to 8 & 14 to 16 incl., Blk 2, McHenry Gardens ...................... 1.62 23*L 32 2964--Max E. Towle: Lots 5 & 29 to 32 inc., Blk 4 Gulf Coast Land Dlv. Co. Sub. No. 4 ................ 2.00 29.10 36.06 8---Karollne L. Car-nell: Lots 12 to 15, Blk I, Vasen's . Sub DIv. No. I .................................. 40 5.82 13.56 9866--Krollne L. Cornelh Lots 9 to 19 inc., Blk 2 Vasen's Sub. Die. No. I ..................... 48 6.98 13.66 M Karoline  caxnell: Lot I, Bik 2, Vasen's Sub .08 1.08 4.47 Die. No. 1 ...................................... M--C. W. Power: Lots I to 8 inc., Blk. I, Vasen's Sub. Dlv. No. 2 ..................................... .48 6.98 11.02 /0---Karollne I. Cornell: Lot $, Blk 4, Vasen's Sub, .08 1.0 4.47 Die. No. 3 Groveland Sub. Die, No. 4 ....................... 80 11.64 16.38 /4--Dr. Robert Reich: Lots 121 to le0 inc., Rlk 4, Groveland Sub. Dlv, No. 4 ..................... 1.60 23.28 29.50 $8'/6--John Harnack:Lots 115 to 144 inc. Blk 4,Grove- land Sub. Dlv. No. 4 ............................ 1.60 23,28 29.50 John Harnock: LOts 75 to 94 inc., Blk 4, Me- .M 11.64 16. land lub. Dlv. No, 5 .......................... .14 2.04 55 2882---3. ]B, Ness: Lots 19 & 20, Blk 2 ................ 2902---Arland Leuis Seai:la in SE cor of E of SE% 12.19 16.11 4.88 What rate of interest axe you paying on your new washing ma- $92 chine--car--or other big purchase you're paying for over a period of 46.18 time? The annual interest rate on a 13.72 number of consumer instllment credit loans and purchase plans re- 8.75 viewed recently by the U.S. De- 17.25 partment of Agriculture's Research 6.74 lrviceraaged from 7 to 36 percent. The rates are affected by the amount loaned, the length of thne to repay the loan, the purpose of 4.81 the loan, the security offered and the type of lending agency. 26.76 Do some siopping and checking on the interest you pay on loans or installment buying. There's a lot of 6.7 difference in a 3 percent per month and a 3 per cent per year interest charge. Ask at your home agent's office 20.46 for a copy of the bulletin '. Credit-- a Irlend in Need. It gives informa- tion on cost of borrowing money 16.78 and points for a family to consider 6.53 before It uses credit, as well as on different kinds of credit. 5.91 CARE OF CHICKEN Broiler-fryers headed the plen- 13.75 ful foods list for this month. You may be finding some good buys in your local stores. Be careful of the care you give chickens after you 4.21 buy them. 17.18 If you don't plan to freeze the 18.58 chicken, buy only what you can 17.16 use in one or two days. Take the chicken from its air-tight package &nd wrap it loosely in wax paper 8,I so the air can circulate. In an air- tight package, the oxidation that 28Y2 takes place results in an unpleasant odor. 29.62 9.04 WATER SPOTTING ON FIA)OR 440 If your good water-reslstant self- NOTICE TO PURCHASE NEW DUMP TRUCK Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the Bod of Supervisors of S t o n e Cotmty, Mississippi at its office in the Stone County Courthouse up to, and not later than 11 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, the 6th day of Seltember, 1960, for the purchase by said Board of the following equipment for use by Supervlsor's District No. Five: One (1) new twl-ton, 6 cylinder truck; said truck to be equipped with the following: two-speed axle, duel rear wheels, 8 x 25 10-ply nylon tires on front and rear wheels, cab, hydraulic dump body with four yard ca- pacity water level, and neces. sary safety lights for highway travel. The Board of Supervisors will pay the entire purchase price for the above described equipment in, The said Board of Supervisors the right to reject any and all bids submitted and to waive any and all irregularities. my hand and seal of on this, the llth day of Au- A. D., 1960. HoBle T. Bond, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Stone County, MISp pi of SW%. S19, T2, RI3 .......................... 29---Llnda Oroth: S of Let 29, Blk 2, Gulf Coast Land Dev. Co .............................. 40 5.82 91 Given under my hand at, Wiggins, Miss., this 22nd day of AugUst, I. JAMES T. HUDSPETH, Sheriff & Tax Collecr List of Lands To Be Sold For Municipal Taxes I, Vonice Strohm, Clerk of the Town of Wiggins, Mississippi, in said State will sell on the Third Morlay of September A. D., 1M0, at the County, Mississippi and estimated west door of the ity HaM of said Town, in the County of StOne, Miss- o contain 243548 board feet Doyle , to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, if any there be, all the re- cale pine sawtimber, 5039 board following decribed ]ands sultated in said Town, on which the taxes maed unpaid at that date, to-wit: Name of Owne43eseripton of Land  l--Rowen Bond: N. M. Breland Sub., Lot 3 ............. 11.51 PRICES SUB. DIV. l;--WtUtam & Laura parker, Let 0 ....................... el CAVERS ADDITION M--Otis Bond: 25 ft. of N side of Lot 1, Blk 2 ............. 61 SUNMM M ADDITION 113-]Prank : .inshine 2 Add., Lots 7, 8, 9, B]k 2 .... I,4'I 21t---Mrs. Bully Elsnd: Lot 10, Blk 2 .................... 1144--Dan Lee Everett: Lot 5 & 6, Blk 1 (Eastslde .......... 7. Sealed bids will be received by the Clerk, Stone County Board of supervisors, Wiggins, Mississippi, up o and not later than 11 a.m. Octo- ber 3. 1960, Ior the purchase of all lmber marked or designated for that purpose on Section 16, Town- ship 4 South, Range 12 West, stone ;feet, Doyle scale hardwood sawtim- Imr and 204 statndltrd cords pine Wltlpwood. Before bids are submitted, full information concerning the mat- erial for sale, conditions of sale and 14.01 submission of bds should be obtain from the Dialect Forester, Missis- 8.11 ppi Forestry Commission. Wiggins, MisSissippi. The right to reject any 3.81 and all bids is reserved. 14.9'/ witness my hand and official seal $.15 ffies on this, the 8th day of 9.80 September, A. D., 1980. Hollie T. Bond, Clerk of the Oiven under my hand at Wiggins, Miss., this the 32nd da of Aug- (Seal) Board of Supervisors of stone County, Mississippi mr, le, VONIC BI'ROItM, M 1151/ M STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE t,,t, f,t, 00ouncil ]modern living--the automobile. polishing wax on your floors does t, ,,.j-,J I The Council President said he not seem to "resist water sp&ting, it -'" y pro00bly 00ause the floor was List Fwe Safety. Factsl00as concerned over the .... r--., [shown by most parents wnen 3un- For cllool Ulllloren ]ior becomes of legal age to drive. not promptly cleaned or rinsed be- fore the wax was applied. Do not apply wax over soapy film left on an unrlnsed floor. Wliis removes wax when you clem up spilled li- quids or when you damp mop the floor with clear water. Clean your floor thoroughly and xise well. Let floor dry completely, then apply wax. LEMONS OR LIMES? Lemons and limes can be used in the same way. The average ie green lime contains about one- ,third more citric acid than lhe verage lemon. To get all the juice from lemons and limes slice tlaem lengthwise instead of crosswise. HUGE FORESTRY PARADE PLANS NEAR COMPLETION "Instead of insisting on Driver With thousands of Mississippi Training, most parents get ex- children returning to school wth- tremely angry if lie fails to obtain in the next few weeks, the Mis- his drivers license on his first at- sissippi Safety Council reminds the empt." parents of five facts released by the The Mississippi Safety Council National Safety Council: believes Driver Training should be 1. Accidents are the leading cause u required course in the tenth of death to school-age children, grade. "'It should include compre- I 2. More than 2,500 children 5-14 hensive classroom study and a years of age are killed annually in minimum of 8 hours b e h i n d - laccidents involving motor vehicles. ,he-wheel with a well-qualified in- structor " Cooper said. 3. More than 1,100 of those child- ' .. I ............. I He mentioned that parents coum iren are peue ......... /d much about the child traffic 4. A total of 150,060 children i nlproblem by realizing that his or Ithe 5 14 age ooup are injured - 5. .-:' /her behavior influences the child each year in motor vehicle mishaps. greatly and if a good example was 5 One out of 12 students injured set by the parent, the child would in a "school-jurisdiction'" accident follow with the same good traffic is on his way to or from school, habits. If the example was bad, the Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, ed her initial course of Air la B AFB, Texas. She has  select| ; to attend the technical txaJaal|i- for Administrative Clerk I course Amarillo AFB, Texas. | R Airman Sharp is a graduate Perkinston Arg. High. WAF Airman, all of whom the Air Force at IJackland, are ected for specialized training technical schools on the basis heir interests, aptitudes, and needs of the Air Force. The nieal courses to which they assigned range in length from to fifty-eight weeks. Upon completion of training, WAF Airmen axe to operational units of the Aerospace Force. Young people desiring tion concerning enlistment in U. S. Air Force should contact :Larry Estep, Room 306, Building, Biloxi, Miss. The Forres[ County Fore.qry A- sociation announces that the pa- rade for the District Forest Quee contest will start in downtown Hat- tiesburg at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sep- ,ember 24, 1960. The parade will depict transition- al forest harvesting equipment as well as old and new timber pro- ducts usage. It will show forest 3roducts harvesting equipment. Owen Cooper. President of the statewide groups, remarked that a teenage driver is involved in 1 out of 10 Iatal auto accidents. "In practically every case," Coo- per said, "the involved teenager had not had Driver Training in- Istruction in school." I The safety official stated further that the safest drivers in the state were dmse who had completed a methods of forest management, ed- ucations2 trends and other subjecgs t In keeping with the general forestry I program. It will feature the Coun- ty Forest Queen contestants who will compete for the Southeastern !District Forest Queen title that night at Mississippi Southern Col- lege Auditorium. Mr. Joe Allbritton, Parade Di- rector, urges all interested in enter- ing floats in this parade to contact him Immediately. His office phone 49 JUniper 3-1892 in Hattiesburg. Allbritton states, "This parade will be of interest to young and old. Driver Training course. Driver tra2ning is an optional course and is not available to mot of the Mississippi students. I Cooper said, "we spend millions of dollars in the state each year for educational purposes, and na- tionwide we spend millions more to fight the diseases that might bring suffering to our children." "Yet, he continued, "we fail to protect them adequately against one of the most deadly hazards of for 49 entries. Many other entries from Southeast Mississippi a r e We have already assigned spaces eontem'plated." Armstrong Linoleum & Tile Sanford & Mohawk Carpeting Higgins Floor -- Aluminum Awnings -- Venetian Blinds BALIUS FLOOR COVERING 611 Caillavet St.  Biloxi, Mi. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Phone ID 2-5252 IF INTERESTED--CALL WARREN WATTS--WA 8-9649 child's would be the same. "Accidents axe the greatest kill- er of our Mississippi youth," C.o- per said. "and we must correct this needless situation." "Parents should demand Driver Training for their High Schools and they also should become safer drivers themselves so their children will have a good example to fol- low." The Mississippi Safety Council k a citizens' organization designed to promote accident prevention in all filds of economic endeavor. COMPLETES COURSE .... Airman Elizabeth A. 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