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PUBLIC SERVICE VOI,UNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Remember volunteer fire meeting 2rid Tuesday of the month at 7:00 P.M. at the Fire Station. EXCH ,NGE CLITB The Liberty Exchange Club meets every Wednesday at 12 noon in the Conference Room of the Farm Bureau Building. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:15 at the Liberty Library. I,IBERTY I.ODGE .No. 37 F. & A.M, The Liberty Lodge #37 F. & A. M. meets the 1st Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge Building. EASTERN STAR Charle,, Carroll No. 77 The Charles Carroll #77 Chapter of the Eastern Star meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30 at the Masonic Lodge Building. Jf ,1 fEETINC AA meeting held at the Presbyterian Church each Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. POINT OF LAW (Prepared by the Mississippi State Bar. Some rights may vary from locality to locality. Always Consult an attorney when in doubt about your legal rights.) Q. What is title insurance and does a buyer need to purchase it7 A. If the buyer is obtaining a mortgage loan, the lender will require title insurance in the amount of the loan to protect himself against possible loss. This insurance however does not protect the OWner in the event that defects are found in the title. Owners title insurance insures the new OWners' equity in the property. It is optional. Q. How should a buyer take title? A. Title may be taken by an individual or by two or more parties in a joint ownership. If the parties ire husband and wife, it is common to take title as Joint owners with right of survivorship, so that the death of one party, title to the entire property is ', POSTED NOTICE All land in 5th District, Amite County, Mississippi owned by the undersigned is hereby posted against hunting, fishing and any and all other trespassing, including the running of dogs. F. W. Stratton Dec.29til POSTED NOTICE All land in District 4 and 5 of Amite County, owned by the undersigned, is hereby posted against hunting, fishing and any form of trespassing, including the running of dogs. Helen O. Stratton Dec.29til POSTED NOTICE Land in District Four of Amite County, owned by F. W. Stratton and Wallace Cockerham joining Central Lumber Co., Wicker. Randall and Winding land is posted against hunting, fishing and trespassing of any nature. F. W. Stratton Dec.29til POSTED NOTICE All land East of Amite River on Gloster Highway, formerly owned by Ethel Straiten Vance and now owned by Richard H/'Stratton, is ~ereby posted against hunting, fishing, and any and all other trespassing, including the removal of firewood. Richard H. Stratton Dec.29t il FOR SALE Two 20 in. bikes, $25.00 each. One 26 in. bike, $30.00. Call 657-8800, after 5 p.m. FOR SALE SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE. New flashing arrow sign. $257 complete, was $4.99. Free lettersI Six left. See locally. Call 1 (800) 42,3-0163, anytime. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible party to assume small monthly payments on spinet-console piano. Can be seen locally. Write: {include phone number) Credit Manager, P.O. Box 520, Beckemeyer, IL 62219. May 23, 30, and June 6, 1985. turned over to the Survivor. However, estate taxes should be considered before deciding on this form of ownership. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Day of Dallas, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. John Howard of Alvarado, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sanders, Mrs. Tom Boyd and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harrigill, all of Ferriday, La., Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sanders and Michael of Acme, La., Miss Cheryl Harrigill, Natchez, Mr. and Mrs. Lin Harrigill of De Ville, La. and Mr. and Mrs. Humberto Futch, Hattiesburg, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Punchard and attended graduation exercises at Amite School Center Firday evening of which Bonnie Punchard, Jr. graduated with honors. PROPERTY FOR SALE 20 Investor- Hunters wanted for 1750 acre hunting club in Southwest Mississippi. 40 acres of timberland in Homochitto National Forest. 4,000 ft. of pine per acre. 158 acres on Tickfaw River. 3 Outstanding Cattle Ranches: 240 acres, 400 acres & 700 acres. 1,000 acres of good pine timberland. 5 & 10 acre tracts joining Homochitto National Forest. 10 lots joining Liberty High School. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath home on I acre out from Liberty. Only $18,000. Office space for rent. Camp on little Amite River. $15,000 184 secluded acres near Mississippi River. 165 acres in Jefferson County. Excellent hunting. We have qualified buyers for tracts of land, both large & small. Call us for all your Real Estate needs. TAYLOR REALTORS FORESTRY CONSULTANTS PH: 601-657-4905 Liberty, Mississippi Farms- Timberland Recreational Properties WANTED Casemanager to work with chronically mentally ill: Requires degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a Behavioral Science, and resides in Amite County. Must have vehicle and a driver's license. Starting salary $12,919.14. Send resume to Gwen Harbin. Southwest Mississippi Mental Health Complex, P. O. Box 592, McComb, MS 39648. EOE May23 WANTED Experienced lock stitch sewing machine mecha- nic. Excellent benefits, paid holiday, up to three weeks vacation, group insurance, pension plan, salary commencerates with ability, permanent employment with unlimited opportunity for advancement. Please send complete resume in confidence to: Mechanic; c/o Pioneer Recovery Systems, Inc.; P. O. Box 511; Columbia, Mississip- pi 39429; Attn.: Personnel Manager. EEO - M/F. May23 til LOST Smithdale-Mars Hill Area - one spotted female Walker Dog. CALL: 567-2958. Pd.May23,30,June6 BellSouth Advanced Systems Announces ' ........................... Marketing,Agreement with IBM Running late? Not enough time for the breakfast every-, body needs to start a busy REFRIGERATOR BRAN MUFFINS Total cooking time: See variable timings below 3 cups whole bran cereal 1 cup boiling water cup shortening 2 cups buttermilk 2 beaten eggs 2~ cups all.purpose flour I cup sugar 1~ teaspoons baldng powder I~ teaspoons baking sods I teaspoon salt In large bowl combine bran cereal and boiling water; stir in shortening till melted. Add buttermilk and eggs; mix well. In medium bowl stir together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Add all at once to cereal mixture, stirring just till moistened. Store muffin batter in a tight- ly covered container in re- frigerator up to 4 weeks. For each muffin, spoon 2 table- spoons batter into bottom of a lined plastic microwave oven muffin baking ring or a 6-ounce custard cup lined with a paper bake cup. Place in microwave oven. Makes enough batter for 48 muffins. For I ms//in, cook at HIGH 0:35 minutes. For 2 muHins, cook at HIGH 0:50 minutes. For 4 muHins, cook at HIGH 1:30 minutes. BellSouth Advanced Systems, Inc., announced May 9, 1985, an agreement to market International Business Machines products in nine Southeastern states. BellSouth Advanced Systems, Inc., will sell IBM System/36 products as an authroized Value-Added Remarketer and IBM Personal Computers as an authorized Value-Added Dealer for a variety of voice/data applications. BellSouth Advanced Sys- tems, Inc. will offer these systems through its marketing organizations- South Central Boll Advanced Systems and Southern Boll Advanced Systems. "The addition of IBM strengthens our ability to offer customers the most sought-after computer equipment in the world," Mike Harrell, president, BellSouth Advanced Systems, Inc. pointed out. "Now Southeastern business will have a single source for all systems needs." BellSouth Advanced Systems, Inc. plans to begin marketing the IBM products immediately. "BeUSouth Advanced Systems, Inc. will be in a position to provide the equipment and expertise to totally integrate office systems," Harrell said. "Total integration includes connecting voice, data and office systems equipment for greater produc- tivity and flexibility. Business applications for IBM's System/36 integrated office systems include: word proces- sing, electronic mail, messaging and information distribution; merging of text and data; communi- cations and distributed data processing; and business graphics. IBM is the second major office systems vendor to be represented by BollSouth Advanced Systems. An agreement with Digital Equipment Company was announced earlier this year. South Central Bell Advanced Systems and Southern Boll Advanced Systems market residen- tial and business telephone systems and data FI NERAI, HOME day? Well, help is on the way with these terrific, time sav- ing ideas from a Whirlpool microwave oven cookbook. In 15 minutes you can serve the classic Eggs & Bacon Break- fast. Or show off your crea- tive cookery with Muffin & Fruit Breakfast--ready in just 9 minutes. Go get 'em[ CANADIAN BACON EGGS \ / WAI~ER DOUGHNUTS MENU Tomato Juice Scrambled Eggs Canadian-Style Bacon and Orange Slices Doughnuts - Coffee EGGS & BACON BREAKFAST (shown) Total cooking time: 15 minutes 6eg~ K cupmllk Salt Pepper 2 tableapoons butter or margarine g slices bacon, cut K inch thick 8 orange slices 4 mugs water 4 doughnuts Snipped parsley Paprika Instant coffee or tea In l-quart bowl beat eggs and milk; add salt and pepper to taste. Add butter. Cover and place bowl at one end of 13xgx2-inch baking dish. Alter- nate bacon and orange slices at other end of dish, Cover. Place to far right on rack in microwave oven with eggs near door of oven. Fill 4 mugs with water and place to far left on bottom of microwave oven. Cook at HIGH for 8 min- utes. Stir eggs and recover. Cook at HIGH for 5 minutes till eggs are almost set. Ar- range doughnuts on paper- towel-lined plate. Place on bottom of microwave oven below bacon. Cook at HIGH for 2 min- utes till doughnuts are warm. Sprinkle eggs with parsley and paprika. Stir instant coffee or tea into mugs. Makes 4 servings. MUFFIN & FRUIT BREAKFAST Total cooldng ffme: 9 minutes 3 cups milk ~tened cocos powder I lO-ounce package frozen peach slieea (In quick.tlmw pouch) Rehi~rator Bran Mufflm batter S msrshm~ows MUFFINS COCOA j- PEACHES MENU Warm Peach Cups Bran Muffins Assorted Jellies and Jams Hot Chocolate For 6 muHins, cook at HIGH 2:30 minutes. Divide milk among 3 large mugs; stir 1 to 2 tablespoons cocoa mix into each. Arrange mugs to right on rack in mi- crowave oven. Cut sn "X" in fruit pouch. Place on bottom of microwave oven. Cook at HIGH for 3 min- utes. Meanwhile, spoon 2 tablespoons muffin batter in. to each of six 6-ounce custard cups lined with paper bake cups or lined microwave oven muffin baking ring. Place to left on rack in microwave oven. Cook muffins at HIGH for 4 minutes. Rearrange custard cups or g/ve muffin baking ring a half turn. Top cocoa with marshmallows. Cook at HIGH for 2 minutes." Spoon fruit into de~rt cups. Makes 3 servings. r' Clayton We tbrook Q,,in Mrs. T. A. Se vell: Ho te s Plea,,e rail a! 657-4321 Complew line ,,f Burial and l,ife Insurance available AITTHORIZED FITNERAI, DIRECTOR PROTECTIVE SERVICE IJFE INSIJRANCE BROWN - WHITE - BEIGE SKIRTING WAIMEI Tms wINTF, R We Make Insurdnce Estimates . Bank Financing Available IN)IP-SEAL IOME SEItVICE REAL ESTATE AGENT.S_ WANTED Experienced and/or new agents needed to work out of Liberty office. soma TAm TAYLOR Pso I IdLTOIW 110 Main Liberty. Mississippi PH: 601 7-4905 ADAMS -- }OUR QUALITY INSURER Offers e you exceilenc in A UTOMOBILE -- LIFE =- AND FIRE INSI/R4NCE ALSOBONDS Full Corerage Insurance BURGLAR Y -'--- CAMPER ---- TRIP ADAMS PHONE: 225-4241 GLOSTER communications equipment in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. =,,,,== ......... , Spring Twirl Fling Harrison Building Liberty, MS TWIRLING CLINIC to be held Wednesday, May 22 from 10 til 12 in Liberty, MS. Clinic is open to girls between the ages of 5 and 20. NO EXPERIENCE is necessary. The cost of the Clinic is $5.00 per student. There-will be a trophy given to the girl responsible for the most registrations. Everyone will have fun! Clinic director is DEBBIE DAWKINS of McComb. 1)ehbie is registered with the National Baton Twirling .A_ssooation, has taught for ten years, has former Alabama, Florida and Georgia tate Champions and currently teaches State Champion Dixiette Twirling Team. THE SOUTHERN HERALD Liberty. Mississippi 23 May, 1985 Page 8 O ROGER BASS PI,ITMBING SERVICE Phone: 657-8228 FR EE ESTIMATES No Job Too Big or Too Small HAVE NOW ACQUIRED A ROTA.ROOTER TO BETTER SERVE YOU STEELE B.4CKHOE NER!ICE NEI)TIC T.4NKN SEffER LINE, IXN7".41,I, ED FII, I, DIR T & TOI'NOII, ll..ll LED CALL: 6.57-8797 ,! & M UI'HOI, STER Y LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY JOHN AND MARY CUPIT IRENE STREET All types of upholstery, refinishing a~d repairs CALL: 657-4842 SAM HA YGOOD Installation & ,Sales of Carpet, Vinyl, Other Floor Covering ROUTE 5, LIBERTY, MISSISSIPPI CALL: 657-4605 MoMl onm Immnmm CAROL llARIDN Off Phone: 657- WS Liberty, Ozark Mountain Stone Fireplaces - Trim - Patio's No iob to small or large Free Estimates CALL 65 7-4900 l:d Baker Libertyl VAN NORMAN BROS. . Free Estimates . Quality Workmanship . All Work Guaranteed CONTACT KEVIN AT: , u4-zu uR 657-4 r ......... : ..... _--I ; Mary Kay Cosmetics , I Glamor Products Sale I I I I Buy one get one I/2 price I I " I , Ellen Jon . , I B-=,Con. h,nt I l 657-8938, after 6 p.m. I [ P.O. BOx231 ! I , Liberty, Mississippi mm m m | mm m. m .m mm mm mm ml mm mm mm mmm | 'i! ' ~)iii