Legal Notices October 11

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ABANDONED VEHICLE

2006 Chevrolet Equinox (qlt)
Vin# 2CNDL63FX66058852

To be sold on October 28,  2017 at 10:00 AM at Sistrunk  Sales & Service, Inc. We reserve the right to refuse any  and all bids.

Publish: October 4, 11, & 18,  2017

AMENDMENT TO PEARL  RIVER VALLEY WATER
SUPPLY DISTRICT'S
REGULATIONS

Title 33 
Part 205
Chapter 5:  Firearms and Hunting.

Rule 5.1  General.
(a) It shall be unlawful to possess any firearm, air rifle, BB  gun or primitive weapon in a  public park within the Reservoir Project Area, except as  otherwise specifically permitted by applicable state law.
(b) Hunting dates and bag limits are as determined by the  Mississippi Department of  Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks  (MDWFP).
(c) It shall be unlawful to discharge any pistol, handgun,  shotgun with buckshot, centerfire or rimfire rifles (including  .22) within the Reservoir Project Area.  Shotguns with slugs  may be used in areas designated below.  Muzzle loaders  with black powder may be  used in areas designated below.  Breach loaders and other  smokeless primitive weapons  are not allowed.
(d) Target practice is not allowed.
(e) Activities in the area known  as the Pearl River Wildlife  Management Area, north of  Highway 43 in Madison County, are exempt from these regulations.  Regulations for Pearl  River Wildlife Management  Area are set forth in 40 Miss.  Admin. Code, Part 2, Rule 1.1  and 1.19.
(f) Nothing contained herein  shall conflict with the rules and  regulations of the Mississippi  Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks and such rules  shall control in the event of  conflict.
(g) All hunters must comply  with MDWFP licensure requirements and when applicable, the District's hunting permit and special permit requirements.
(h) Food plots may be constructed only by the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District.  Rye Grass is not allowed.
(i) Supplemental feeding of  wildlife is prohibited.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.2  Areas closed to hunting.
(a) Hunting is not allowed within the Reservoir Project Area  surrounding Pelahatchie Bay -  the area bounded by Spillway  Road, Highway 25, Holly Bush  Road, Highway 471 and Northshore Causeway except Parcels M and N as provided below.
(b) Hunting is not allowed within one quarter (1/4) mile of any  of the District's park or campground area boundary.
(c) Hunting is not allowed in  the areas known as the undeveloped portion of Lost Rabbit  and that portion of the Reservoir Project Area along and on  both sides of Old Rice Road  adjacent to Twin Harbor and  Haley Creek Subdivisions.
(d) Hunting is not allowed in  Main Harbor, Sportsman Marina, Sunset Marina (aka Safe  Harbor Marina), England Harbor, Jackson Yacht Club Harbor or Bridgepoint Marina.
(e) Areas leased for hunting  are closed to hunting by the  public.  Leasing of lands for  the purpose of hunting shall  conform to Sec. 51-9-122 of  the Mississippi Code of 1972  as amended.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.3    Areas open to hunting and  type of hunting.
(a) Found Rabbit and Catfish  Landing shall be open to hunting for turkey, small game,  deer and hogs (See Rule 5.4).
(b) Brown's Landing shall be  open to hunting for small  game and turkey, and archery  hunting only for deer and hogs  (see Rule 5.4).
(c) The area north of Arbor  Landing and south of Highway  43 in Rankin County and all of  the Project Area North of Highway 43, shall be open to turkey, deer, hogs and small  game hunting (see Rule 5.4).
(d) The waters of the Reservoir north of a line between  Arbor Landing and Twin Harbor shall be open to waterfowl  hunting with non-toxic shot.
(e)  The area bounded by Highways 471 and 25 and Pelahatchie Creek and the area  east of Highway 25 in Rankin  County shall be open to only  archery hunting for deer, turkey and hogs.
(f) The area below the Main  Dam and the Spillway shall be  open to only archery hunting  for deer, turkey and hogs by  special permit only. The Spillway area shall be open for  squirrel and small game hunting as specified in Rule 5.4  and 5.9 of these regulations.   Parking is only allowed below  the Main Dam and Spillway  area and shall be limited to the  paved parking areas near the  Spillway, including the Madison County Spillway parking  area and Mule Jail Trail parking area.  For Rankin County,  parking is allowed in the soccer field area behind the Pearl  River Valley Water Supply District Shop and Reservoir Police  Department and in the Spillway parking lot.  No vehicles  or ATV's shall be allowed  south of the tow ditches.
(g) Parcels M & N on the  northshore shall be open to  only archery hunting only for  deer and turkey hunting by  special permit only.
(h) Special permits in (f) and  (g) above will be obtained  through a public draw system  where winners are randomly  chosen.  The public draw system shall be conducted in accordance with procedures and  shall be subject to rules, restrictions and fees adopted  from time to time by the Board  of Directors of the District.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.4  Types of firearms allowed.
(a) Deer or Hogs:
(i) Archery Equipment:  Longbows, recurves, compounds  and crossbows.
(ii) Primitive Firearms:  Only  muzzle loading weapons using  black powder or black powder  substitute shall be allowed.
(iii) Shotguns with slugs only.
(a) Turkey:  Archery equipment and shotguns with #2  shot or smaller.
(b) Small Game:  Shotguns  using #4 shot or smaller.
(c) Waterfowl:  Shotguns using  non-toxic shot.
Rule 5.5  Types of firearms not allowed.
(a) Centerfire or rimfire rifles  (including .22 caliber), air rifles, gas powered rifles or CO2  powered rifles.
(b) Shotguns with buckshot.
(c) Handguns.
(d) Breach loaders and other  smokeless "primitive" weapons.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.6  All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs).
(a) ATVs ware not allowed  within the Reservoir Project  Areas except as provided  herein.
(b) ATVs may be used to retrieve a harvested deer or hog.
(c) ATVs may be used for access to hunting areas by a person of over 70 years of age or  handicapped as defined by the  Social Security Administration  or the Veterans Administration.
(d) Joy riding or mid riding is  not allowed.
(e) ATVs shall not be allowed  below the main dam.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.7  Other vehicles.
(a) All other vehicles, including  but not limited to, trucks,  jeeps, automobiles, vans, busses, dirt bikes or motorcycles  shall be restricted to roads and  areas marked as "open to vehicles".
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.8  Tree stands, camps and garbage.
(d) Tree Stands and Blinds:  It  shall be illegal to construct or  to hunt from any permanent  stands or blinds.  Destroying,  defacing, cutting, driving nails  or spikes into, or otherwise  damaging any standing live  tree, natural feature, or plant is  prohibited.  Portable stands  (including tripods and ground  blinds) may be used.  Stands  left on the area do not reserve  hunting locations.  Portable  stands may not be installed  within the Reservoir Project  Area prior to 7 days before  deer season opens, nor left  longer than 7 days after deer  season closes.  Stands not in  compliance with these regulations may be confiscated and  disposed of.
(e) Spikes, nails or other metal  shall not be driven or screwed  into trees of the Reservoir  Project Area.
(f) No permanent tree stands  will be allowed.
(g) Fall-Arrest Systems:  While  climbing a tree, installing a  tree stand that uses climbing  aides, or while hunting from a  tree stand within the Reservoir  Project Area, hunters shall use  a fall-arrest system (full body  harness) that is manufactured  to Treestand Manufacturers  Association standards.
(h) No camps, camp houses,  trailers or other temporary or  permanent structures shall be  allowed.  Primitive (tent) camping is allowed.
(i) Field dressing of deer and  hogs is allowed at site of harvest.  All garbage, animal carcasses, etc. shall be disposed  of off of the Reservoir Project  Area in accordance with Part  203 Chapter 6 of PRVWSD  regulations and MDWFP regulations.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.9  Spillway and Small Game  Squirrel Regulations.
(a) The following regulations  are applicable to squirrel  and/or small game hunting  below the Main Dam and the  Spillway area only.
(b) Hunting for squirrel during  the Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks fall squirrel season shall be restricted below  the Main Dam and Spillway  area to only weekend hunts  occurring during the month of  February and shall occur on a  daily basis during the Mississippi Department of Wildlife,  Fisheries and Parks spring  squirrel season.  Any and all  Mississippi Department of  Wildlife Fisheries and Parks  state licensing requirements  and bag limits apply to squirrel  hunts below the Main Dam  and the Spillway area for both  the fall and spring season.
(c) Spillway squirrel hunts are  to be youth oriented.  At least  one child aged 15 and under  must be a part of the party and  must remain under direct supervision of a licensed or exempt adult, 21 years or older.   Adults can carry firearms and  shoot squirrels.  Children under 15 must carry proof of satisfactorily completing an approved hunter safety course.
(d) During the weekend February season, legal shooting  hours are from noon to 30 minutes after sunset on Friday,  and 30 minutes prior to sunrise  until 30 minutes after sunset  on Saturdays and Sunday.   Spring season is open daily  with legal shooting hours being 30 minutes before sunrise  until 30 minutes after sunset.
(e) No dogs allowed.
(f) Shotguns only, No. 4 size  shot or smaller.
(g) All members of the hunting  party must wear a fluorescent  hunter orange vest, minimum  of 500 square inches, while  hunting.  No exceptions.
(h) Hunting parties must check  in before each hunt and must  check out after each hunt, and  return an information card  upon check out.  The check  station will be the Reservoir  Shop near the deer weighting  station.  Information will include names of each hunter,  side of river chosen (Madison  or Rankin), and harvest results.  During hunt, the information card must remain on  the dashboard of hunting party's vehicle while in the designated area.  If a party leaves  the hunting area for lunch,  they must check out and check  back in prior to hunting in the  afternoon.
(i) Any small game legal during the February season  (rabbit, raccoon, opossum,  bobcat) may be harvested using state limits; however, only  squirrel may be harvested during the spring season.
Rule 5.10  Definition of Areas.
(a) The undeveloped area of  Lost Rabbit consists of District  lands east of the Natchez  Trace in Sections 11 and 14 of  T7N, R2E Madison County,  Mississippi.
(b) The undeveloped area of  Catfish Landing consists of  District lands west of the  Natchez Trace in Sections 31  & 32 of T8N, R3E and Section  6, T7N, R3E. Madison County,  Mississippi.
(c) The undeveloped area of  Brown's Landing consists of  District lands east of the  Natchez Trace in Sections 22  & 27 of T8N, R3E, Madison  County, Mississippi.
(d) The undeveloped areas  along and on both sides of Old  Rice Road adjacent to Twin  Harbor and Haley Creek Subdivisions consisting of District  lands west and north of the  Natchez Trace in Section 1 &  11, T7N, R2E, Madison County, Mississippi.
(e) The undeveloped area of  Found Rabbit consists of District lands east of the Natchez  Trace in Section 12, T7N, R2E  and Section 7, T7N, R3E,  Madison County, Mississippi.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.11  Implied consent to search of  vehicles.
(a) By bringing a vehicle on  the Reservoir Project Area for  the purpose of hunting the  properties as defined herein,  the driver has consented to  search of the vehicle, entering,  exiting or located in a hunting  environment, for compliance  with these regulations and the  regulations of the MDWFP.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.12  Penalty.
Each violation of this regulation shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than  one thousand dollars  ($1000.00) and/or imprisonment in the county jail not to  exceed fifteen (15) days, or  both, such fine and imprisonment as determined by the  Court.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)

Publish: October 4, 2017; October 11, 2017; October 18,  2017


IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY - 
SECOND CHANCERY
DISTRICT  OF MISSISSIPPI

IN THE MATTER OF THE  ESTATE OF IRMA FURR  WILSON   CAUSE NO. 2017-0391            
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Letters Testamentary having  been granted to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk  of Scott County, Mississippi,  on the 11th day of September,  2017, in the above styled  cause, all persons having  claims against said estate are  hereby notified and directed to  have the same probated and  registered and allowed by the  Clerk of said court within ninety (90) days from the date of  the first publication of this Notice, and failure to probate any  claim within ninety (90) days  shall forever bar the same.
This the 26th day of September, 2017.

SYLVIA J. WILSON STEWART, EXECUTRIX
OF THE ESTATE OF IRMA  FURR WILSON, DECEASED

OF COUNSEL:
Owen P. Lalor (MSB #1778)
LALOR BAILEY & ABY, PLLC
2506 Lakeland Drive, Suite  203
Jackson, Mississippi  39232-7640
(601) 714-1152

Publish: October 4, 2017; October 11, 2017; October 18,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY OF
MISSISSIPPI

IN THE MATTER OF THE  LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ALICE WILKERSON, DECEASED
NO. 2017-0457

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Letters Testamentary have  been granted to the undersigned upon the Estate of  Alice Wilkerson on the 3rd day  of October 2017, in Cause No.  2017-0457, General Chancery  Docket, Scott County, Mississippi, all persons having  claims against said Estate are  notified to probate the same  with the Clerk of the Court  within ninety (90) days of the  date of the first publication of  this Notice, or they will be forever barred.
This 5th of October 2017.

/s/
Debbie Ann Trunzler, Executrix

THOMAS D. LEE, MSB# 1169
LEE & LEE, P.A.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
POST OFFICE BOX 370
FOREST, MS 39074
(601) 469-2721

Publish: October 11, 2017;  October 18, 2017; October 25,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY OF
MISSISSIPPI

IN THE MATTER OF THE  LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF MARY K. MOLPUS,  DECEASED
NO. 2017-0450

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Letters Testamentary have  been granted to the undersigned upon the Estate of  Mary K. Molpus on the 29th  day of September 2017, in  Cause No. 2017-0450, General Chancery Docket, Scott  County, Mississippi, all persons having claims against  said Estate are notified to probate the same with the Clerk  of the Court within ninety (90)  days of the date of the first  publication of this Notice, or  they will be forever barred.
This 3rd of October 2017.

/s/
Margaret E. Molpus, Executrix

THOMAS D. LEE, MSB# 1169
LEE & LEE, P.A.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
POST OFFICE BOX 370
FOREST, MS 39074
(601) 469-2721

Publish: October 11, 2017;  October 18, 2017; October 25,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY  COURT OF SCOTT  COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
  CAUSE NO. 738

IN THE MATTER OF THE  ADOPTION OF THE MINOR CHILDREN NAMED  IN THE COMPLAINT

SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION

TO THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO: MIGUEL ANGEL

You have been made a  Defendant/Respondent in  the suit filed in this Court  by the Petitioner(s) seeking to petition to Adopt  Minor Children of Manuela  Vargas Ibarra by Ricardo  Espinosa.
You are summoned to  appear and defend against  said complaint or petition  at 9:00 a.m., Friday, the  1st day of December, 2017  in the Courtroom of the  Scott County Courthouse  at Forest, Mississippi, and  in case of your failure to  appear and defend a judgment will be entered  against you for the money  or other things demanded  in the complaint or petition.
You are not required to file  an answer or other pleading but you may do so if  you desire.

Issued under my hand and  the seal of said Court, this  the 15th day of September, 2017.

LEE ANNE LIVINGSTON  PALMER
CHANCERY CLERK OF  SCOTT COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
  BY: E. Leverette                 DEPUTY CLERK

(SEAL)

Publish: September 27,  2017, October 4, 2017;  October 11, 2017

IN THE CHANCERY  COURT OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
  CAUSE NO. 739

IN THE MATTER OF THE  ADOPTION OF THE MINOR CHILDREN NAMED  IN THE COMPLAINT

SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION

TO THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO: ALBERTO HERNANDEZ

You have been made a  Defendant/Respondent in the  suit filed in this Court by the  Petitioner(s) seeking to petition to Adopt Minor Children  of Manuela Vargas Ibarra by  Ricardo Espinosa.
You are summoned to appear  and defend against said complaint or petition at 9:00 a.m.,  Friday, the 1st day of December, 2017 in the Courtroom of  the Scott County Courthouse  at Forest, Mississippi, and in  case of your failure to appear  and defend a judgment will  be entered against you for the  money or other things demanded in the complaint or  petition.
You are not required to file  an answer or other pleading  but you may do so if you desire.

Issued under my hand and the  seal of said Court, this the  15th day of September, 2017.
  LEE ANNE LIVINGSTON  PALMER
CHANCERY CLERK OF  SCOTT
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

BY: E. Leverette, D.C.          DEPUTY CLERK

(SEAL)

Publish: September 27, 2017;  October 4, 2017; October 11,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

MTGLQ INVESTORS, L.P;  PLAINTIFF

VS 
UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW  OF W.C. MCCLENDON  (deceased) and the UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF  DEE N. MCCLENDON  (deceased); UNDERWOOD  LAW FIRM PLLC, SOLELY IN  ITS CAPACITY AS SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE; AND MARY  ANN FRANKLIN, SOLELY IN  HER CAPACITY
As Trustee
CAUSE NO. 2017-0363

SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO: The Unknown Heirs at  Law of Alice Ruth McClendon,  deceased, whose identity and  current post office address and  street address are unknown to  the Plaintiff after diligent  search and inquiry to ascertain  same. he Complaint against  you, which is on file at the  Scott County, Forest, Mississippi, in the above numbered  cause, is important and you  must take immediate action to  protect your rights.
You are required to mail or  hand deliver a written response to the Complaint filed  against you in this action to  Elizabeth Crowell, Attorney for  Plaintiff, whose address is  2309 Oliver Road, Monroe,  Louisiana, 71201.
YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE  MAILED OR DELIVERED  NOT LATER THAN THIRTY  DAYS AFTER THE 11th DAY  OF October 2017 WHICH IS  THE DATE OF THE FIRST  PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.  IF YOUR RESPONSE  IS NOT SO MAILED OR DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY  DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR  THE MONEY OR OTHER  RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE  COMPLAINT.
You must also file the original  of your Response with the  Clerk of this Court within a reasonable time afterward.

Issued under my hand and the  seal of said Court, this 28th  day of September 2017.
LEE ANNE PALMER
SCOTT COUNTY
CHANCERY COURT CLERK
P.O. BOX 630
FOREST, MS 39074
BY Diane Derrich, D.C.
t17-0001

Publish:  10-11-2017;10-18-2017;  10-25-2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

ANAHI MOTA DIAZ                    PLAINTIFF

VS                                                                        
GERSON ANTONIO SERRANO VIERRA                                DEFENDANT
CAUSE NO.: 2017-0459 
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION

TO THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO: GERSON ANTONIO  SERRANO VIERRA

You have been made a  Defendant/Respondent in the  suit filed in this Court by the  Petitioner(s) seeking to petition for Custody of the Minor  Child of Anahi Mota Diaz.
You are summoned to appear  and defend against said complaint or petition at 9:00 a.m.,  Friday, the 3rd day of November, 2017 in the Courtroom of  the Newton County Courthouse at Decatur, Mississippi,  and in case of your failure to  appear and defend a judgment  will be entered against you for  the money or other things  demanded in the complaint or  petition.
You are not required to file an  answer or other pleading but  you may do so if you desire.

Issued under my hand and the  seal of said Court, this the  26th day of September, 2017.

LEE ANNE LIVINGSTON  PALMER
CHANCERY CLERK OF  SCOTT COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

BY: E. Leverette         DEPUTY CLERK

(SEAL)

Publish: October 4, 2017; October 11, 2017; October 18,  2017


IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

IN THE MATTER OF THE  LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THERESA SHELBY  BENTON
NO. 2017-0470

NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF  THERESA SHELBY BENTON

Letters Testamentary having  been granted on the 5th day of  October, 2017, by the Chancery Court of Scott County,  Mississippi, to the undersigned  upon the Estate of Theresa  Shelby Benton, deceased testate, notice is hereby given to  all persons having claims  against said estate to present  the same to the Clerk of said  Court for probate and registration according to law within  ninety (90) days from the date  of the first publication of this  notice, or they will be forever  barred.   This, the 5th day of October,  A.D., 2017.
  \s\ Ramona Benton Harris  Ramona Benton Harris, Executrix

Evan L. Thompson
Thompson & Hollingsworth,  P.A.
P. O. Drawer 119
Forest, MS  39074
(601) 469-3411
MSB # 8179

Publish: October 11, 2017;  October 18, 2017; October 25,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

NO. 2017-0407

IN THE MATTER OF THE  LAST WILL AND
TESTAMENT OF JOHN ELLIS  HARRELL

NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF  JOHN ELLIS HARRELL
  Letters Testamentary having  been granted on the 15th  day  of September, 2017, by the  Chancery Court of Scott County, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the Estate of  John Ellis Harrell, deceased  testate, notice is hereby given  to all persons having claims  against said estate to present  the same to the Clerk of said  Court for probate and registration according to law within  ninety (90) days from the date  of the first publication of this  notice, or they will be forever  barred.
  This, the 22nd day of September, A.D., 2017.
  /s/ Sherrye Harrell  Sherrye Harrell, Executrix

Hez L. Hollingsworth
Thompson & Hollingsworth,  P.A.
P. O. Drawer 119
Forest, MS  39074
(601) 469-3411
MSB #2539

Published:  September 27, 2017
October 4, 2017
October 11, 2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

PRIORITYONE BANK
PLANTIFF
VS
CARLTON SANDERS and  KATHERINE SANDERS
DEFENDANTS

CAUSE NO: 2017-0410

SUMMONS

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO:  KATHERINE SANDERS

You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this  court by PriorityOne Bank,  Plantiff, seeking equitable suborgation and to authorize a  power of sale foreclosure. Defendant other than you in this  action is Carlton Sanders.

You are reqired to mail or  hand-deliver a copy of a written response to the Complaint  to Mark C. Baker, Esquire,  and/or Hon. Adrian W. Mills,  Baker law firm, P.C., Post Office box 947, 206 Maxey Drive,  Suite D. Brandon, MS 39043.

YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE  MAILED OR DELIVERED  WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS  FROM TEH 27TH DAY OF  SEPTEMBER, 2017, WHICH  IS THE DATE OF THE FIRT  PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR RESPONSE  IS NOT MAILED OR DELIVERED, A JUDGEMENT BY  DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR  THE MONEY OR OTHER  THINGS DEMANDED IN TEH  COMPLAINT.

You must also file the original  of your Response with the  Clerk of this Court within a reasonable time afterward.

Issued under my hand and  seal of said Court, this 22nd  day of September, 2017.

(SEAL)

Lee Anne Livingston Palmer,  Chancery clerk
P.O. Box 630
Forest, MS 39074

By. D. Derrick
Deputy Clerk

Publish: September 27, October; October 4: October 11,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

RAY REDELL HOLLINGSWORTH, RHONDA P. H.  DAVIS
AND RON L.
HOLLINGSWORTH    PLAINTIFF
V.    NO. 2017-0456

JAMES RUTZ H
OLLINGSWORTH, DONNA  RENEE H. BURKS
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES IN INTEREST    DEFENDANT
  SUMMONS

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO:    HEIRS OF JAMES LEWIS  HOLLINGSWORTH, DECEASED
  AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES IN INTEREST OR  CLAIMING
  AN INTEREST IN THE  LANDS DESCRIBED IN THE  COMPLAINT
  FILED HEREIN
  NOTICE TO INTERESTED  PARTY
  You have been made a defendant in a suit filed in this  court by Ray Redell Hollingsworth, Rhonda P. H. Davis and  Ron L. Hollingsworth, Plaintiffs, seeking an adjudication of  heirship of James Lewis Hollingsworth, deceased, and for  Partition of certain real and  personal property situated in  Newton and Scott Counties,  Mississippi.  Defendants other  than you in this action are:  James Rutz Hollingsworth and  Donna Renee H Burks.
  You are summoned to appear  and defend against the Complaint or Petition filed against  you in this action at 9:00  o'clock a.m. on the 3rd day of  November, 2017, in the courtroom of the Newton County  Courthouse at Decatur, Mississippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend, a  judgment will be entered  against you for the money or  other things demanded in the  Complaint or Petition.  You are  not required to file an Answer  or other pleadings, but you  may do so if you desire.
  ISSUED UNDER MY HAND  and the seal of said Court, this  the   22 day of  September,  2017.

(SEAL)

Lee Anne Palmer
Chancery Clerk
Scott County, Mississippi

By E. Leverette, D.C.
               

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

STEPHANIE LYNN ALFORD  WEEKS  PLAINTIFF
CAUSE NO. 2017-0285

V. 
WALTER SHANE WEEKS  DEFENDANT
  SUMMONS

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO: WALTER SHANE  WEEKS

You have been made a defendant in the suit filed in this  Court by Stephanie Lynn Alford Weeks seeking an Annulment. 
You are summoned to appear  and defend against the Complaint filed against you in this  action at 9:00 a.m. on the 17th  day of November, 2017 in the  courtroom of the Newton  County Courthouse at Decatur, Mississippi, and in case of  your failure to appear and defend, a judgment will be entered against you for the money or other things demanded  in the Petition.
You are not required to file an  answer or other pleading but  you may do so if you desire.
Issued under my hand and the  seal of said Court, this the  19th day of September, 2017.

/s/ Lee Ann Livingston Palmer
LEE ANNE LIVINGSTON  PALMER
Chancery Clerk of Scott County, MS

BY: /s/ D. Derrick
      DEPUTY CLERK

Publish: October 11, 18, & 25,  2017

IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
CIVIL ACTION FILE NO.  2017-0339

TOSHA ARLINE GREER  PLAINTIFF

VS. 
DAIMOND YUNTUSHZ  GREER  DEFENDANT

SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO: DAIMOND YUNTUSHZ  GREER

You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this  Court by Tosha Arline Greer,  Plaintiff seeking divorce. Defendants other than you in this  action are none.  You are required to mail or  hand deliver a written response to the Complaint filed  against you in this action to  Chris A. Gomillion, Attorney for  Plaintiff, whose street address  is 231 West Main St., Forest,  MS 39074.
YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE  MAILED OR DELIVERED  NOT LATER THAN THIRTY  DAYS AFTER THE 27th DAY  OF SEPTEMBER, 2017,  WHICH IS THE DATE OF  THE FIRST PUBLICATION  OF THIS SUMMONS. IF  YOUR RESPONSE IS NOT  SO MAILED OR DELIVERED,  A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT  WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST  YOU FOR THE MONEY OR  OTHER RELIEF DEMANDED  IN THE COMPLAINT.
You must also file the original  of your Response with the  Clerk of this Court within a reasonable time afterward.
Issued under my hand and  seal of said Court, this the  19th day of September 2017.

Lee Anne Palmer  Clerk of Scott County, Mississippi
E. Leverette D.C.

(seal)

Publish: September 27; 2017;  October 4, 2017; October 11,  2017                         

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF  SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI

THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI  PLAINTIFF
CIVIL ACTION NO.  17-CV-327-SC-MD

v. 
JUAN ARNULFO COBOS, JR.  ROLAND DAVID  ORTEGA-RIVERA
DEFENDANTS

SUMMONS
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

TO:  JUAN ARNULFO COBOS,  JR., ROLAND DAVID  ORTEGA-RIVERA

You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this  Court by the State of Mississippi, seeking forfeiture of  cash monies by the Scott  County Sheriff's office. Defendants other than you are all  other persons, firms and corporations having or claiming a  legal or equitable interest in  and to the personal property  and following described monies:
One Hundred Sixty Thousand  and One Hundred Dollars  ($160,100.00)
You are required to mail or  hand deliver a written response to the Complaint filed  against you in this action to  Steven S. Kilgore, Attorney for  the State, to P.O. Box 603,  Philadelphia, MS 39350.
YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE  MAILED OR DELIVERED  NOT LATER THAN THIRTY  DAYS AFTER THE 16TH DAY  OF MARCH, 2016, WHICH IS  THE DATE OF THE FIRST  PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR RESPONSE  IS NOT MAILED OR DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY  DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR  THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN  THE COMPLAINT.
You must also file the original  of your Response with the  clerk of this Court within a reasonable time afterward.
Issued under my hand and the  official seal of this Court this  the th day of March, 2016.

BECKY GRAY
SCOTT COUNTY CIRCUIT  CLERK
SCOTT COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

BY: /s/ Rebecca 'Becky' Gray

Publish: October 4, 2017; October 11, 2017; October 18,  2017

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Sealed bids will be received by  the Board of Supervisors of  Scott County until 10:00 a.m.  on Monday the 23rd day of  October 2017, for sale to the  county for use in Scott County  for the following described  equipment:

ONE OR MORE Mini Excavators, copies of the specifications may be obtained at no  charge by contacting the purchase clerk at 601-469-3110  or the Board of Supervisors  office at 601-469-1926.

The above-described equipment will be purchased/lease  purchased from District Road  Maintenance and/or Bridge  Funds, and the Board reserves  the right to reject any and all  bids.  To be considered, all  bids must be clearly marked  BID: Excavator.  Bids may be  hand delivered to the Board of  Supervisors office at 100 East  Main Street, Forest, MS 39074  or mailed to the Board of Supervisors at P O Box 630, Forest, MS 39074.  The Board  reserves the right to reject any  and all bids. 

PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF  THE BOARD, this 7th day of  August 2017.

Lee Anne Livingston  Palmer/s/Kim Fultz  CLERK OF THE BOARD

Publish:  10/4/2017;  10/11/2017


NOTICE TO SATISFY A  WAREHOUSEMAN'S LIEN

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to MS Statues, that the  goods stored in units by occupants listed below will be sold  to the highest bidder with all  cost of sale.

(1) Bobbie Parham
     109 Hugh Avenue
     Newton, MS 39345

Any of the above contents may  be removed from the sale by  Forest Mini Storage or customer payment. Failure to redeem  by October 12, 2017 will result  in loss of the stored merchandise.

FOREST MINI STORAGE
884 Highway 35 South

Publish: October 4, 2017; October 11, 2017

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S  NOTICE OF SALE

WHEREAS, on January 14,  2010, Compliance Technical  Solutions, Inc. delivered unto  the Trustee named therein a  Deed of Trust securing the  payment to Community Bank  of Mississippi, of an indebtedness described therein, recorded in Deed of Trust Book  765 at Page 516; and
WHEREAS, the undersigned  was substituted as Trustee in  said Deed of Trust by instrument of record in Deed of  Trust Book 901 at Page 140 of  the said records; and
WHEREAS, default has been  made in the payment of the  indebtedness secured by said  Deed of Trust; the holder of  the Note and Deed of Trust  having requested the undersigned to do so, in accordance  with the terms of said Deed of  Trust, I, Evan L. Thompson,  Substitute Trustee, will on the  13th day of October, 2017, offer for sale at public outcry and  sell during legal hours at the  South entrance of the Scott  County Courthouse, Forest,  Mississippi, for cash to the  highest and best bidder, the  property in Scott County, Mississippi, described as:
Commence at the Southwest  corner of the NW ¼, Section  17, T6N, R8E, thence run  North 50.00 feet along Section  line to the North right-of-way of  Highway 80; thence run South  89 degrees, 14 minutes 30  seconds East, 62.59 feet along  said right-of-way to the Point  of Beginning; thence run  North, 217.80 feet; thence run  South 89 degrees 14 minutes  30 seconds East, 200.00 feet;  thence run South, 217.80 feet  to the North right-of-way of  said Highway 80; thence run  North 89 degrees 14 minutes  30 seconds West, 200.00 feet  along said right-of-way to the  Point of Beginning, said tract  containing 1.00 acres and located in the SW ¼ of NW ¼,  Section 17, Township 6 North,  Range 8 East, Scott County,  Mississippi.

LESS AND EXCEPT:

Begin at a point on the Northern right-of-way line of U. S.  Highway 80, said pint being  15.240 meters (50 feet) Northerly of and perpendicular to  the centerline of survey of  Federal Aid Project No.   82-2904-00-007-10  (100602/201000) at Station  725 +25; from said point of  beginning run thence North 89  degrees 19 minutes West  along the present Northern  right-of-way line of said highway, a distance of 10.655 meters (34.956 feet) to the West  line of said Grantors property  line; thence run North along  said West property line, a distance of 1.553 meters (5.094  feet); thence run South 81  degrees 02 minutes East, a  distance of 10.786 meters  (35.386 feet) to the point of  beginning, containing 0.001  hectares (0.002 acres), more  or less, and all of the above  being situated in and a part of  the Southwest ¼ of the Northwest ¼ of Section 17, Township 6 North, Range 8 East,  Scott County, Mississippi.

WITNESS MY SIGNATURE  this the 14th day of September, 2017.
  \s\ Evan L. Thompson  EVAN L. THOMPSON, MSB #  8179
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
OF COUNSEL:
THOMPSON & HOLLINGSWORTH, P.A.
POST OFFICE DRAWER 119
FOREST, MS 39074
(601) 469-3411

PUBLISH:    September 20, 2017; September 27, 2017; October 4, 2017;  October 11, 2017


SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S  NOTICE OF SALE

WHEREAS, on March 16,  2009, Nina Kincaid, single  woman executed a certain  deed of trust to Robert J.  Barnes, Trustee for the benefit  of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for PriorityOne Bank, its  successors and assigns which  deed of trust is of record in the  office of the Chancery Clerk of  Scott County, State of Mississippi in Book 752 at Page 385  and modified in Book 866 at  Page 609; and
WHEREAS, Jelanda Kincaid  acquired an interest in said  property by Warranty Deed  dated July 26, 2011 and recorded in 14M at Page 444 of  the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's  Office; and
WHEREAS, said Deed of  Trust was subsequently assigned to JPMorgan Chase  Bank, National Association by  instrument dated April 23,  2012 and recorded in Book  799 at Page 686 of the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's office;  and
WHEREAS, JPMorgan Chase  Bank, National Association  has heretofore substituted  Shapiro & Massey, LLC as  Trustee by instrument dated  November 12, 2014 and recorded in the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Office in Book 848  at Page 421; and
WHEREAS, default having  been made in the terms and  conditions of said deed of trust  and the entire debt secured  thereby having been declared  to be due and payable in accordance with the terms of  said deed of trust, JPMorgan  Chase Bank, National Association, the legal holder of said  indebtedness, having requested the undersigned Substituted Trustee to execute the trust  and sell said land and property  in accordance with the terms  of said deed of trust and for  the purpose of raising the  sums due thereunder, together  with attorney's fees, trustee's  fees and expense of sale.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Shapiro & Massey, LLC, Substituted Trustee in said deed of  trust, will on November 1,  2017 offer for sale at public  outcry and sell within legal  hours (being between the  hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00  p.m.), at the South Door of the  County Courthouse of Scott  County, located at Forest, Mississippi, to the highest and  best bidder for cash the following described property situated  in Scott County, State of Mississippi, to-wit:
Lot 1, Block 3, Taylor's Fourth  Addition to the Town of Morton, Scott County, Mississippi,  according to Official Survey  and Plat on file in Chancery  Clerk's Office, Forest, Scott  County, Mississippi.

I WILL CONVEY only such title  as vested in me as Substituted  Trustee.

WITNESS MY SIGNATURE  on this 25th day of September,  2017.

Shapiro & Massey, LLC
SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE
Shapiro & Massey, LLC
1080 River Oaks Drive
Suite B-202
Flowood, MS 39232
(601) 981-9299

50 Taylor Drive
Morton, MS 39117
14-010500AH

Publication Dates:  October  11, 18 and 25, 2017

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