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(Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, 1960 ................................... 302A837 Total revenue before taxation ................ 351.54 Oaah balauc to begin ........................... 15,50&amp;70 51,047.24 necessary to raise by tax levy .......... 17,142. Total revenue and cash balance to begin ...... 68,190.07 THE STONE CQUNTY ENTERPRISI 1 TOWN OF WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI [ OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES I FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER   g  3@' 1961   U01! licenses ............................... $ 2,201.15 $ 2,000.00 I and other fees (including Iranchlse) .... 2,965.02 2,800.00 | i.,..,.d by... fines .................................... 129.00 100 00 [ MISSISSIPPI ICONOMIC gOU:J4 22,5ssIHOW COUNTY !7 27,455.oo ]SYSTEM WORKS NIT ROAD 13t5.OO [ 41,430.00 [ (Note: The opinions expre.scK1 and lflnanee and Wages ............................. 6,035.00 and expense .......................... 2,743.08 271.80 equipment .............................. Total supervision and finance ................ 9,050.78 of Life and Propty 5,2182 salaries .................................. 479.99 supplies and expense .................... Total police department ...................... 5,698.31 department salaries ....................... 480.00 I'/3.71 department supplies and expense .......... outlay (including equipment) .......... 9,174.40 3,000.00 hydrant rental ............................ 14,02&I 1 Total fire department ........................ 2,655.64 lights ................................... 2285.08 Total protection of llfe and property ........ and Maintenance of Pubile property and wages (including cemetery) ....... 9840 160.84 and expenses .......................... 708.34 Total care and maintenance of public property 1,833q8 ami Iteeretloa 0 and expense ......................... O "l'otal instruction end recreation .............. 8ts mid Srtmm and wages ............................ 8/6.78 and expense ........................... 1416 ..................................... 0 outlay ................................. 15,127.42 Total streets and structures .................. lld.Se to water worka---bflis paid ............ 3sfer to city improvement bonds-and 4o0.oo interest fund--cash ........................ 0 {4pital outlay .............................. 7-- 545. Total other ................................. s4.1o Total expenditures---general fund ............ in fund to clode ........................ 13,948/ Total expenditures and balance to clOSe ...... 68,1907 In lhtlremlt from General Fund .................. 4,000.00 5,131.17 21.0oo.001in this column are not necessarily 62,430.00]those of this publication.) 1 If the county unit system of [building and maintaining roads is [so much better than the present 7,000.00 ]beat or district system why do not 3"500"OO more counties adopt the unit sys- I00.00 tern? 10,600.00 That question is pertinent, and briefly, it can be answered thusly: 5,000.00 the county unit system will bc 500.04) adopted and Ol'rated successfully 5,500.00 in Missiippi only when the maj- 480.00 drily of citizens want the system I2OO.00 adopted, and when the unit system is set out specifically by statute ;o 5.000.00 ms to tell hen a true unit syst(,m 0 is achieved. 6,680.0C i Supervsors, and other elected of-[ 3,0OO.OO fieiais, seek to fulfill the wishes of i 15,180.00 the electorate. That is the way they are elected. If the electors want a 1,40@.00 unit system, therefore, they wiU 1.500.00 support candidates advocating such 250.00 a system. 3,150.00 This means that before the pub- hc will request the county unit sys- tem, there must be an education among the citizenry as to 1,do0.00 what constitutes this modern nethod of constructing and operat- ing county roads. 8,500.00 The county unit system differs 9,000.00 from the beat system in three basic 500.00 ways: 2,5O0.0 One road depaxtment serves the 20,soo.oo needs of the entire county, thus permitting county,-wide planning. 0 maintenance, construction and pur- chasing. 2,000.00 This department is administered 10,OO0.O0 by a professional (usually an en- 12,000.00 gineer) who is hired by, and re.-] 62,430.00 ponsible to, the board Of super- 0 visors. 62,430.00 All general policy with respect to the county roads is set by the board of supervisors. But since the-re is no statutory 2,000.00 ddescription of a uniform county 5,0do.do unit system in Mississigpi, many "/,019.53 citizens and offcials are not sure 14,019.53 just what constitutes a true "'unit" system. Several counties have adopted one or more aspects of the system. 5,000.00 Several have moved so far in this 1,843.75 direction that they are generally re- 7,175.78 ported to have county unit systems. 14,019.53 The MEC-State Chamber, long interested in improving county roads and saving tax:money also, believes the legislature should spell- 3932.O0 out specifically what constitutes a O icounty unit system. Th,n citizens 1,702.OO should be allowed to vote on whe- 0 ther or not they wish their county 41,034.OO to come under the system, if a suf- O ficient number so petition. If you would like additional in- 4,818.00 formation on experiences of other 9,514.00 areas unde rthe unit system, write L566.O0 the MEC. P. O. Box 1849, Jackson. 4,485.00 20,?;83.00 NOTICE TO CREDITOIL taxes ............................... 4.61 balance to begin ..........................  :al revenue and balance to begin ......... 13500. 1300.00 200.09 2o0.o0 3,700.OO : 4500.00 redeemed ............................... 1,98125 Paid ................................... 7,019 Sah balance to close .......................... 'ital expenditures and balances to close ....... 1350.78 and Sewer System 3931.71 and sewer service ............ C .......... &O00.O0 h hydrant rental ........................... 1,701.75 0nectlon fees ................................ 1222 cellanemm .................................. 44,045.6S Total revenues ............................... Fund Reeelved From Otlr Tewa  .... 3,t44 ilvn IIlaetlimm 417.10 ....................................... 951338 and mains ....................... is.55 expense _' .............................. 4,484.48 and admin lstraUve .................... "Potal operting revenue deductions .......... 20O0.M Outlay 222.6 distributlo and mares .............. 0 equipment .............................. 0 storage barn ........................ 2,82.68 TOtal caPital outlay ..... - .................... Bond Conveatt SJnktnC Fund Trsnster Water and Sewer System Fund (oAiecUe Administrator's Notice to Cred- itors of Henry Collins Duggan: Letters of administration having been granted on the seventh day of September, 1960, by the Chancery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned co-administra- tors upon the estate of Henry Col- lins Duggan, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having  claims against said estate to pre- ent same to the clerk of said Court for probate, and registration according to law within six (6) nonths of this date or they will be forev-T barred. This seventh day of September, and interest fund for bond and coupon 21,888.11 14.O0 and cushion fund ............... !,45033 0 ftmd ....................... : ....... 1oo.oo o fund .............................. 24,A4 14k3.o0 excess revenues over expendltur budgeted --(649.41) 2,618.00_ by th MISSISSIPPI AGCULIU2AL & INDUSTRIAl. BOAItD STATE REACHES NEW HIGH IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT Governor Ross Barnett has an- nounced that industrial develop- ment in Mississippi reacht<l a new height during the first e i g h t months of 1960. So far this year 57 new industries and 30 plant expan- :sions have been effected, adding-- when in full production--7,687 new employees with increased payrolls n excess of $24,000,000. More BAWI bonds have been floated in this period than for any other full year in the state's history, he said. CONSTRUCTION WORK UNDERWAY ON KELLOGG PLANT AT CORINTil Construction work on Kellogg Manufacturing Company's n e w )lant at Corinth is now underway. Presently occupying a main build- ng and three warehouses in that city, the company plans to move its entire operations into the one build- trig when it is completed sometime next IVaxch. The 82,6oo-square-foot building will allow the company to handle many new phases of tele- phone production and increase em- ployment from 260 to approximate- ly 450. Production work now consists mainly of assembling parts shipped to Corinth from other locations. Plans are now underway for the Corinth plant to fabricate about 170 different parts at the new plant, 2ncluding the Cinderella h o m e 'phone and the plastic Kellogg pay 'phone. MONTGOMERY COUNTY VOTERS APPROVE KIMCO IN BAWl ELECTION A BAWl bond issue vote on the ,location of Kimco Auto Products, Inc., in Winona was overwhelming- ly approved in a countywide election August 30. The vote was 2324 or to 48 against. The company expects to begin, production early in 1961. GREENVILLE MILLS OPEN HOUSE ATTRACTS SOME 4,0 VISITOR Greenville Mills, first industry to be constructed in Greenville under a BAWI bond issue, held its eighth i annual open house for employees, their families and invited guests AugUst 27. Approximately 4,000 peo- ple attended. The company has un annual gross payroll of some $3,- 600,000 and averages 850 employees on a monthly basks. It is a division Of Mohasco Industries, Inc., and produces 20 per cent of all Axmin- ter carpet made in the United States. INDUSTRIAL CLINICS HELD IN VICKSBURG, BROOKHAVEN The Mississippi Power & Light Company sponsored industrial clinics in Vicksburg August 31 and in Bxookhaven September 1. Part of a series of such clinics to be held i in western Mississippi, the meet- ing were attended by area business, civic arid governmental leaders. Re- presentatives of the A&I Board, the company's industrial develop- ment department and other area development authorities participat- ed. STATE AMOiG TOP TIMIBER PRODUCERS State Forester C. B. Marlin re- 60T A SUMMER COLD TAKE ........ ' J II III III I ' qSl II .......... ported recently that M'ississippi missioner Thomas Shelton. "I have NOTIC' TO SPORTM:EN---G 2e continues to rank"among the na- heard it said that Americans are tion's top timber producers and too 'speed conscious', when I would your Hunting and Fishing License during fiscal 1959 held fourth place think the reverse is true: We aren't in the cumulative total of timber conscious enough of the speed at acres planted since 1927. Mississippi which we drive." ranks fifth nationally in number of But th Highway Patrol is doing tree seedlings planted last year, he everything in its power these day: said. A growing number of Missis- to keep state motorists on their toe sippians are profitably utilizln Radar is being used extensively otherwix, e idle land through tree throughout the state, both durin2 farming, according to Maxlin. day and at night. Conpmative traffic arrest figures for Augus! [NDUSTRIAIILY---RELATED 1959 and August 1960 show 72.02 per EDUCATION STRESSED IN NEW cent more tickets (traffic arrest:;) PROGRAM issued by Highway Patrohncn it, To Improve youth opportunities August 1960 a good indication that in Mississippi, the legislature this the Patrol means business in its; gear created a department of youth drive to curb ]lssissippi- traffic affairs as part of the Agricultural accidents. and Industrial Board. Dr. J. W. So watch that speed. Be "Safe Lee, formerly director of teacher training at Mississippi College, has Speed Conscious." taken over the direction of this new department and is now conferring The average handicapped wae with leaders in the field of indus- in Missiippi ks $1.20 per hour. The trim education throughout t h e national average is only 92 cenL state, per hour. T CLA, S . AUTO REPAIRINt, --4"It-- KLK(YFltIC & AC'r'#lJ.:t WEI,I)ING NEW & USED PART JAMF00 SCOTT Oax At  Itllne It bat Wqglam DIAL WA g-5961 DAT AND )tIGHT BIVIL III i ii iiii i[ it_ .......... a FOR Monuments BUY Direct front ouh MfsshudppFs iarg't sad only complete monu- ment factory. SEE MISS MAE O'NEAL at Gift Shop in Wiggins, or write Southern Monument Co., Inc. Rt. 2 Foxworth, Miss. WALTER HALL, Sales Mgr. NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THE TOWN OF WIGGINS Notice is hereby given that the assessment rolls for the Town of Wiggins have been filed with the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and said rolls have been corrected, re-: vised, and equalized and are now on file with the Board and open Ior inspection. The Mayor and Board of Aldermt will receive ob- jectitons to said rolls at 7:30 P. M. on the 4th day of October, 1960. In Witness Whereof, I set and eubseribe my signature on this the 13th day of September, 19f0. S15 Venice StreAm, Clerk WATCH THAT SPEED A word of warning from the Mis- sissippi Highway Patrol. Watch that speed ! "Motorists need to be more speed conscious, not less speed c o n - scious," State Public Safety Corn- Beautiful Construction Is Our Aim-- BUILDING STONES BY GULF MOSAIC STONE CO. See, Phone or Write NEELY LUMBER CO. Phone WA 8-4882 Bond, Miss. P.O. Box 39 Are You Insured WITH AN INDEPENDENT AGEHT? $rom Ed Saucier at Wiggins Imple- ment Co. Also Shotgun Shells, all sizes. r Look for the symbol that will always bring you pe. renal service from an experiencl insurcle @ottmsir. Stone County Insurance Agency PHONE WA 8-44;91 WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI Rprnfne  Hrord Fire lmmlaet WIGGINS, MISS. UNICO TIRE SAt 8.25x200010 ply New X-B-T Tread Nylon First Line I II I IIII III IIII II Hog , Supplement, 100-1bs. $4.005 I I I I I IIIIIIlfll I Heavy Grain Horse & Mule FEED, 100-1bs. $3.4,5 II I I I I I Ill Illil I I I I I 1960. AUCTION SALE 666 '* 74 61 and W. D. Blackell, symptomatic co-administrators. RELIEF Tread Guaranteed Y WEDNESDAY 80,000 Miles plus tax (] For Business .......... amrk00 m all Itvmt00t. is your sale--owned tnd qmnt by the cattle- 00[Og Sale 10 -- Cattle Sale I P.M, FOR TRUCI  ININ)RMAON DIAL JU 4-Md)l DAY -- NIGHT U Z4 Livem& Yard00 1 )UAVE'S SLAUGHTER HOUSE (State Inspected) Commercial & Deep Freeze B utcherlng IIIII iiiiii I Pig & Sow FEED. lO0-1bs. IIII II IIIII I I IIII I IIII Hog "' * !' FATTENER, 100.1b00 $3.60 III I lUll II IIIIII Phone WA 8-3558 or WA 8-3808 WIGGINS BRANCH of  Cmmty Omiurative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, mNIDN, I00r. (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, September 15, 1960 ................................... 302A837 Total revenue before taxation ................ 351.54 Oaah balauc to begin ........................... 15,50&70 51,047.24 necessary to raise by tax levy .......... 17,142. Total revenue and cash balance to begin ...... 68,190.07 THE STONE CQUNTY ENTERPRISI 1 TOWN OF WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI [ OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES I FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER   g  3@' 1961   U01! licenses ............................... $ 2,201.15 $ 2,000.00 I and other fees (including Iranchlse) .... 2,965.02 2,800.00 | i.,..,.d by... fines .................................... 129.00 100 00 [ MISSISSIPPI ICONOMIC gOU:J4 22,5ssIHOW COUNTY !7 27,455.oo ]SYSTEM WORKS NIT ROAD 13t5.OO [ 41,430.00 [ (Note: The opinions expre.scK1 and lflnanee and Wages ............................. 6,035.00 and expense .......................... 2,743.08 271.80 equipment .............................. Total supervision and finance ................ 9,050.78 of Life and Propty 5,2182 salaries .................................. 479.99 supplies and expense .................... Total police department ...................... 5,698.31 department salaries ....................... 480.00 I'/3.71 department supplies and expense .......... outlay (including equipment) .......... 9,174.40 3,000.00 hydrant rental ............................ 14,02&I 1 Total fire department ........................ 2,655.64 lights ................................... 2285.08 Total protection of llfe and property ........ and Maintenance of Pubile property and wages (including cemetery) ....... 9840 160.84 and expenses .......................... 708.34 Total care and maintenance of public property 1,833q8 ami Iteeretloa 0 and expense ......................... O "l'otal instruction end recreation .............. 8ts mid Srtmm and wages ............................ 8/6.78 and expense ........................... 1416 ..................................... 0 outlay ................................. 15,127.42 Total streets and structures .................. lld.Se to water worka---bflis paid ............ 3sfer to city improvement bonds-and 4o0.oo interest fund--cash ........................ 0 {4pital outlay .............................. 7-- 545. Total other ................................. s4.1o Total expenditures---general fund ............ in fund to clode ........................ 13,948/ Total expenditures and balance to clOSe ...... 68,1907 In lhtlremlt from General Fund .................. 4,000.00 5,131.17 21.0oo.001in this column are not necessarily 62,430.00]those of this publication.) 1 If the county unit system of [building and maintaining roads is [so much better than the present 7,000.00 ]beat or district system why do not 3"500"OO more counties adopt the unit sys- I00.00 tern? 10,600.00 That question is pertinent, and briefly, it can be answered thusly: 5,000.00 the county unit system will bc 500.04) adopted and Ol'rated successfully 5,500.00 in Missiippi only when the maj- 480.00 drily of citizens want the system I2OO.00 adopted, and when the unit system is set out specifically by statute ;o 5.000.00 ms to tell hen a true unit syst(,m 0 is achieved. 6,680.0C i Supervsors, and other elected of-[ 3,0OO.OO fieiais, seek to fulfill the wishes of i 15,180.00 the electorate. That is the way they are elected. If the electors want a 1,40@.00 unit system, therefore, they wiU 1.500.00 support candidates advocating such 250.00 a system. 3,150.00 This means that before the pub- hc will request the county unit sys- tem, there must be an education among the citizenry as to 1,do0.00 what constitutes this modern nethod of constructing and operat- ing county roads. 8,500.00 The county unit system differs 9,000.00 from the beat system in three basic 500.00 ways: 2,5O0.0 One road depaxtment serves the 20,soo.oo needs of the entire county, thus permitting county,-wide planning. 0 maintenance, construction and pur- chasing. 2,000.00 This department is administered 10,OO0.O0 by a professional (usually an en- 12,000.00 gineer) who is hired by, and re.-] 62,430.00 ponsible to, the board Of super- 0 visors. 62,430.00 All general policy with respect to the county roads is set by the board of supervisors. But since the-re is no statutory 2,000.00 ddescription of a uniform county 5,0do.do unit system in Mississigpi, many "/,019.53 citizens and offcials are not sure 14,019.53 just what constitutes a true "'unit" system. Several counties have adopted one or more aspects of the system. 5,000.00 Several have moved so far in this 1,843.75 direction that they are generally re- 7,175.78 ported to have county unit systems. 14,019.53 The MEC-State Chamber, long interested in improving county roads and saving tax:money also, believes the legislature should spell- 3932.O0 out specifically what constitutes a O icounty unit system. Th,n citizens 1,702.OO should be allowed to vote on whe- 0 ther or not they wish their county 41,034.OO to come under the system, if a suf- O ficient number so petition. If you would like additional in- 4,818.00 formation on experiences of other 9,514.00 areas unde rthe unit system, write L566.O0 the MEC. P. O. Box 1849, Jackson. 4,485.00 20,?;83.00 NOTICE TO CREDITOIL taxes ............................... 4.61 balance to begin ..........................  :al revenue and balance to begin ......... 13500. 1300.00 200.09 2o0.o0 3,700.OO : 4500.00 redeemed ............................... 1,98125 Paid ................................... 7,019 Sah balance to close .......................... 'ital expenditures and balances to close ....... 1350.78 and Sewer System 3931.71 and sewer service ............ C .......... &O00.O0 h hydrant rental ........................... 1,701.75 0nectlon fees ................................ 1222 cellanemm .................................. 44,045.6S Total revenues ............................... Fund Reeelved From Otlr Tewa  .... 3,t44 ilvn IIlaetlimm 417.10 ....................................... 951338 and mains ....................... is.55 expense _' .............................. 4,484.48 and admin lstraUve .................... "Potal operting revenue deductions .......... 20O0.M Outlay 222.6 distributlo and mares .............. 0 equipment .............................. 0 storage barn ........................ 2,82.68 TOtal caPital outlay ..... - .................... Bond Conveatt SJnktnC Fund Trsnster Water and Sewer System Fund (oAiecUe Administrator's Notice to Cred- itors of Henry Collins Duggan: Letters of administration having been granted on the seventh day of September, 1960, by the Chancery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned co-administra- tors upon the estate of Henry Col- lins Duggan, deceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having  claims against said estate to pre- ent same to the clerk of said Court for probate, and registration according to law within six (6) nonths of this date or they will be forev-T barred. This seventh day of September, and interest fund for bond and coupon 21,888.11 14.O0 and cushion fund ............... !,45033 0 ftmd ....................... : ....... 1oo.oo o fund .............................. 24,A4 14k3.o0 excess revenues over expendltur budgeted --(649.41) 2,618.00_ by th MISSISSIPPI AGCULIU2AL & INDUSTRIAl. BOAItD STATE REACHES NEW HIGH IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT Governor Ross Barnett has an- nounced that industrial develop- ment in Mississippi reacht<l a new height during the first e i g h t months of 1960. So far this year 57 new industries and 30 plant expan- :sions have been effected, adding-- when in full production--7,687 new employees with increased payrolls n excess of $24,000,000. More BAWI bonds have been floated in this period than for any other full year in the state's history, he said. CONSTRUCTION WORK UNDERWAY ON KELLOGG PLANT AT CORINTil Construction work on Kellogg Manufacturing Company's n e w )lant at Corinth is now underway. Presently occupying a main build- ng and three warehouses in that city, the company plans to move its entire operations into the one build- trig when it is completed sometime next IVaxch. The 82,6oo-square-foot building will allow the company to handle many new phases of tele- phone production and increase em- ployment from 260 to approximate- ly 450. Production work now consists mainly of assembling parts shipped to Corinth from other locations. Plans are now underway for the Corinth plant to fabricate about 170 different parts at the new plant, 2ncluding the Cinderella h o m e 'phone and the plastic Kellogg pay 'phone. MONTGOMERY COUNTY VOTERS APPROVE KIMCO IN BAWl ELECTION A BAWl bond issue vote on the ,location of Kimco Auto Products, Inc., in Winona was overwhelming- ly approved in a countywide election August 30. The vote was 2324 or to 48 against. The company expects to begin, production early in 1961. GREENVILLE MILLS OPEN HOUSE ATTRACTS SOME 4,0 VISITOR Greenville Mills, first industry to be constructed in Greenville under a BAWI bond issue, held its eighth i annual open house for employees, their families and invited guests AugUst 27. Approximately 4,000 peo- ple attended. The company has un annual gross payroll of some $3,- 600,000 and averages 850 employees on a monthly basks. It is a division Of Mohasco Industries, Inc., and produces 20 per cent of all Axmin- ter carpet made in the United States. INDUSTRIAL CLINICS HELD IN VICKSBURG, BROOKHAVEN The Mississippi Power & Light Company sponsored industrial clinics in Vicksburg August 31 and in Bxookhaven September 1. Part of a series of such clinics to be held i in western Mississippi, the meet- ing were attended by area business, civic arid governmental leaders. Re- presentatives of the A&I Board, the company's industrial develop- ment department and other area development authorities participat- ed. STATE AMOiG TOP TIMIBER PRODUCERS State Forester C. B. Marlin re- 60T A SUMMER COLD TAKE ........ ' J II III III I ' qSl II .......... ported recently that M'ississippi missioner Thomas Shelton. "I have NOTIC' TO SPORTM:EN---G 2e continues to rank"among the na- heard it said that Americans are tion's top timber producers and too 'speed conscious', when I would your Hunting and Fishing License during fiscal 1959 held fourth place think the reverse is true: We aren't in the cumulative total of timber conscious enough of the speed at acres planted since 1927. Mississippi which we drive." ranks fifth nationally in number of But th Highway Patrol is doing tree seedlings planted last year, he everything in its power these day: said. A growing number of Missis- to keep state motorists on their toe sippians are profitably utilizln Radar is being used extensively otherwix, e idle land through tree throughout the state, both durin2 farming, according to Maxlin. day and at night. Conpmative traffic arrest figures for Augus! [NDUSTRIAIILY---RELATED 1959 and August 1960 show 72.02 per EDUCATION STRESSED IN NEW cent more tickets (traffic arrest:;) PROGRAM issued by Highway Patrohncn it, To Improve youth opportunities August 1960 a good indication that in Mississippi, the legislature this the Patrol means business in its; gear created a department of youth drive to curb ]lssissippi- traffic affairs as part of the Agricultural accidents. and Industrial Board. Dr. J. W. So watch that speed. Be "Safe Lee, formerly director of teacher training at Mississippi College, has Speed Conscious." taken over the direction of this new department and is now conferring The average handicapped wae with leaders in the field of indus- in Missiippi ks $1.20 per hour. The trim education throughout t h e national average is only 92 cenL state, per hour. T CLA, S . AUTO REPAIRINt, --4"It-- KLK(YFltIC & AC'r'#lJ.:t WEI,I)ING NEW & USED PART JAMF00 SCOTT Oax At  Itllne It bat Wqglam DIAL WA g-5961 DAT AND )tIGHT BIVIL III i ii iiii i[ it_ .......... a FOR Monuments BUY Direct front ouh MfsshudppFs iarg't sad only complete monu- ment factory. SEE MISS MAE O'NEAL at Gift Shop in Wiggins, or write Southern Monument Co., Inc. Rt. 2 Foxworth, Miss. WALTER HALL, Sales Mgr. NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THE TOWN OF WIGGINS Notice is hereby given that the assessment rolls for the Town of Wiggins have been filed with the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and said rolls have been corrected, re-: vised, and equalized and are now on file with the Board and open Ior inspection. The Mayor and Board of Aldermt will receive ob- jectitons to said rolls at 7:30 P. M. on the 4th day of October, 1960. In Witness Whereof, I set and eubseribe my signature on this the 13th day of September, 19f0. S15 Venice StreAm, Clerk WATCH THAT SPEED A word of warning from the Mis- sissippi Highway Patrol. Watch that speed ! "Motorists need to be more speed conscious, not less speed c o n - scious," State Public Safety Corn- Beautiful Construction Is Our Aim-- BUILDING STONES BY GULF MOSAIC STONE CO. See, Phone or Write NEELY LUMBER CO. Phone WA 8-4882 Bond, Miss. P.O. Box 39 Are You Insured WITH AN INDEPENDENT AGEHT? $rom Ed Saucier at Wiggins Imple- ment Co. Also Shotgun Shells, all sizes. r Look for the symbol that will always bring you pe. renal service from an experiencl insurcle @ottmsir. Stone County Insurance Agency PHONE WA 8-44;91 WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI Rprnfne  Hrord Fire lmmlaet WIGGINS, MISS. UNICO TIRE SAt 8.25x200010 ply New X-B-T Tread Nylon First Line I II I IIII III IIII II Hog , Supplement, 100-1bs. $4.005 I I I I I IIIIIIlfll I Heavy Grain Horse & Mule FEED, 100-1bs. $3.4,5 II I I I I I Ill Illil I I I I I 1960. AUCTION SALE 666 '* 74 61 and W. D. Blackell, symptomatic co-administrators. RELIEF Tread Guaranteed Y WEDNESDAY 80,000 Miles plus tax (] For Business .......... amrk00 m all Itvmt00t. is your sale--owned tnd qmnt by the cattle- 00[Og Sale 10 -- Cattle Sale I P.M, FOR TRUCI  ININ)RMAON DIAL JU 4-Md)l DAY -- NIGHT U Z4 Livem& Yard00 1 )UAVE'S SLAUGHTER HOUSE (State Inspected) Commercial & Deep Freeze B utcherlng IIIII iiiiii I Pig & Sow FEED. lO0-1bs. IIII II H I I IIII I IIII Hog "' * !' FATTENER, 100.1b00 $3.60 III I lUll II IIIIII Phone WA 8-3558 or WA 8-3808 WIGGINS BRANCH of  Cmmty Omiurative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS, mNIDN, I00r.