Legals November 15

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ABANDONED VEHICLES
Pursuant to the abandoned  Motor Vehicle Act the following  vehicles to be sold on NOVEMBER 28, 2017 at 10:00  a.m. at Anthony's, 154 West  Street, Sebastopol, MS 39359.
Make: 2007 KIA Spectra
VIN# KNAFE121275380900
Terms of the sale are cash  and no checks will be accepted. We reserve the right to refuse any and all bids. All sales  are final. No refunds will be  made. Said automobiles will  be sold as is condition with no  guarantees.
Publish: November 8, 15, &  22, 2017
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AMENDMENT TO PEARL  RIVER VALLEY WATER
SUPPLY DISTRICT'S
REGULATIONS
Title 33 
Part 203
Chapter 1:  Regulations Pertaining to Use  of Reservoir Project Area by  General Public
Rule 1.1  Speed Limits.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any  Person to operate a motor  vehicle within the Reservoir  Project Area at speeds greater  than the following:
(i) On the roadway across the  reservoir dam or on the causeway across Pelahatchie Bay in  Rankin County, 55 miles per  hour, except as provided in  Part 203 Rule 1.1 (a) (ii).
(ii) On any roadway over any  dike, levy, groin, jetty or mole  appurtenant to the reservoir  main dam, a maximum of  twenty-five (25) miles per hour.
(iii) On all streets, drives or  roadways in any platted subdivision within the Reservoir  Project Area, 30 miles per  hour.
(iv) On all other roads, roadways, streets and drives within  the Reservoir Project Area, 45  miles per hour.
(b) Each violation of this regulation shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than  One Hundred Dollars  ($100.00).
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 1.2  Parking.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any  Person to park an automobile  or other vehicle on any part of  the reservoir main dam or any  dike, levy, groin, jetty, or mole  appurtenant thereto, or on the  causeway across Pelahatchie  Bay in Rankin County or within  one hundred (100) feet of any  public boat launching ramp, or  within any public park or any  public recreation area within  the Reservoir Project Area,  except at places designated  for such parking by posted  signs, or on any portion of the  Reservoir Project Area adjacent to the South and East  sides of Rice Road between  the diversion canal for  Culley/Brashears Creek and  the South and East  rights-of-way of the Natchez  Trace in Madison County.  A  vehicle stopped to load or unload passengers or property  shall be deemed to be parked  for purposes of this regulation.
(b) Any area described in Part  203 Rule 1.2 (a) which is not  designated as a parking area  may be designated a "Tow  Away Zone" by the posting of  signs stating "Tow Away  Zone-Vehicle Will be Towed  Away at Owner's Expense."   Any vehicle left unattended in  a designated Tow Away Zone  may be towed away and held  until the owner shall pay the  towing charges.
(c) It shall be unlawful for any  Person to park any automobile  or other vehicle within any portion of the Reservoir Project  Area identified by a sign or  signs stating "NO STOPPING  NEXT (stated distance)  MILES, Stopped Vehicles will  be Towed at Owner's Expense" or similar language.  If  any Reservoir Police officer  finds an attended or unattended vehicle parked in violation  of this rule, such officer is authorized to provide for the  immediate removal of such  vehicle to the a storage site or  other place of safety, and the  owner of the vehicle shall pay  all costs of removal, safety inspection and storage prior to  obtaining possession of the  vehicle.
(d) Prohibited Parking or Storage of Vehicles in Front and  Side Yards, Sidewalks and on  Public Streets or  Rights-of-Way:  No vehicle  shall be parked or stored in  any front yard or side yard  within any residential area,  except within a garage, carport, apron or driveway.  Driveways cannot cover more than  50% of the front yard and a  driveway must be solid surfaced with brick, asphalt or  concrete. 
Parking and/or storage of any  vehicle on a public street, sidewalk or public right-of-way is  prohibited.  EXCEPTIONS:    Parking for isolated,  non-reoccurring gatherings,  parties or visitors will be permitted.  Parking will be permitted in residential subdivisions  where signage has been posted indicating where on-street  parking is allowed.
Recreation vehicles, transient  trailers, travel trailers, motor  homes, and the like must be  parked or stored within a garage or open carport or behind  the back line of the building  (rear yard).  Such vehicles  may be parked in the driveway, front or side yard for  loading/unloading, cleaning or  repair for a period not to exceed seventy-two (72) hours.
Trailers, boats, all-terrain vehicles (ATV), shall be parked or  stored within a garage or open  carport or behind the back line  of the building (rear yard).   EXCEPTION:  Such items may  be placed in side yard and if  enclosed by solid fencing in a  manner that prevents direct  visibility from the street or adjoining properties.
(e) Each violation of this regulation shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than  One Thousand Dollars  ($1,000.00).
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 1.3  Traffic Control at Public Parks  of the District.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any  vehicle to enter Lakeshore  Park, Old Trace Park or Pelahatchie Shore Park or any other public park of the District  where a toll gate is maintained  and attended unless the operator or other occupant of the  vehicle shall first have paid to  the toll gate attendant a traffic  fee as posted at the toll gate,  not to exceed $5.00 per vehicle, for each entrance into  such park, provided that a vehicle for which a traffic fee has  been paid may within the  same calendar day be allowed  to leave and enter such park  one time without paying a second fee.  An annual permit for  access to the above mentioned parks may be purchased for a fee not to exceed  $30.00 per year or by purchase of a Pearl River Valley  Water Supply District "The  Rez" license plate.  The annual fee or license plate purchase covers access to all  parks and unlimited return visits within one calendar year. 
(b) Traffic fees shall be collected, at all times during which  the toll gate is attended  throughout the year as the  General Manager may determine.
(c) The term "vehicle" as used  in this regulation shall mean  without limitation every device  in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be  transported upon a street or  highway, except nonmotorized  devices designed to be moved  solely by human power, and  shall include without limitation,  automobiles, trucks, jeeps,  motorcycles, all terrain vehicles (ATV), off road vehicles,  motor bikes, buses, vans, dirt  bikes, and three-wheelers.
(d) Each violation of this regulation shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than  Fifty Dollars ($50.00).
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 1.4  Vehicle Restrictions.
(a) It shall be unlawful within  the Reservoir Project Area to  operate any vehicle on the  streets, roads or highways unless such vehicle is in compliance with the Mississippi Uniform Highway Traffic Regulation Law--Equipment and Identification Regulations.
(b) It shall be unlawful within  the Reservoir Project Area to  operate any vehicle:
(i) Below or down stream of  the toe drain below the main  dam of the Reservoir in Madison or Hinds County;
(ii) Over or across any portion  of any dike, levee, groin, jetty  or mole appurtenant to the waters of the Ross Barnett Reservoir or any marina or harbor  adjacent thereto, other than  along an approved public or  private roadway along the top  of such dike, levee, groin, jetty,  mole or other appurtenant facilities;
(iii) On, over or across any  District road that is conspicuously marked "No Vehicles  Beyond This Point" at each  point of ingress thereto from a  public roadway;
(iv) Within, on, over or across  any portion of the Reservoir  Project Area which is not  paved, graveled or otherwise  hard surfaced.  Dirt roads are  not considered "hard surfaced"  for purposes of this regulation.
(v) ATVs are prohibited on all  Reservoir Project Areas except as allowed in Part 203  Rule 1.4 (c) and Part 203,  Rule 5.6.
(c) The vehicle restrictions  stated in Part 203 Rule 1.4 (b)  (iv) above shall not apply to: (i)  property within the Reservoir  Project Area leased by the  District but any use of such  property by vehicle operators  shall be made only with the  permission of and at the sole  risk of the lessee(s) of such  property; (ii) vehicles which  are used for landscape maintenance or gardening purposes provided such vehicles are  being operated for such purposes; (iii) construction equipment during the course of construction; (iv) vehicles or  equipment used for logging  purposes during the course of  removing timber; (v) vehicles  owned by any agency of the  State of Mississippi or of the  United States government, or  by any city or county as long  as the vehicle is being used in  the course of employment of  the operator; (vi) any all terrain  vehicle ("ATV") operated by or  used to transport any person  70 years of age or older, or  any person with a disability as  determined the United States  Social Security Administration  or the Department of Veteran's  Affairs or by any other governmental entity which determines, adjudicates or certifies  disabling conditions provided  such ATV is being operated  for the sole purpose of (aa)  accessing public hunting areas  for hunting purposes during  open seasons or (bb) retrieving deer or hogs.  Persons  exempt under this section are  required to have proof of their  age or disability status in their  possession and available for  inspection by law enforcement  officers.
(d) The term "all terrain vehicle" as used in this regulation  shall mean a motorized, self  propelled vehicle designed to  travel over unimproved terrain  on two or more tires which  vehicle is not qualified as suitable for on-road use pursuant  to the Mississippi Uniform  Highway Traffic Regulation  Law--Equipment and Identification Regulations or by the  Inspection Regulations as published from time to time by the  Mississippi Highway Patrol.  The term "vehicle" as used in  this regulation shall mean without limitation every device in,  upon or by which any person  or property is or may be transported upon a street or highway, except nonmotorized  devices designed to be moved  solely by human power, and  shall include without limitation,  automobiles, trucks, jeeps,  motorcycles, all terrain vehicles (ATV), off road vehicles,  motor bikes, buses, vans, dirt  bikes, and three-wheelers.
(e) Each violation of this regulation shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not more than  Five Hundred Dollars ($500).
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
November 1, 2017; November  8, 2017; November 15, 2017
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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) for the East Central  Zone for private land.
(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 shall be open to only  archery hunting for deer, turkey and hogs by special permit  only. Parking for hunting below  the main dam shall be limited  to the paved parking areas  near the spillway.  No vehicles  shall be allowed south of the  tow ditches.  This includes  ATVs.
(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.
(b) Turkey:  Archery equipment and shotguns with #2  shot or smaller.
(c) Small Game:  Shotguns  using #4 shot or smaller.
(d) Waterfowl:  Shotguns using  non-toxic shot.
Source:  Miss. Code Ann. §  51-9-127 (Rev. 2000)
Rule 5.5  Types of firearms not allowed.
(a) Centerfire or rimfire rifles  including .22 caliber.
(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 are not allowed within the Reservoir Project Ares  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 mud 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.
(a) 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.
(b) Spikes, nails or other metal  shall not be driven or screwed  into trees of the Reservoir  Project Area.
(c) No permanent tree stands  will be allowed.
(d) 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.
(e) No camps, camp houses,  trailers or other temporary or  permanent structures shall be  allowed.  Primitive (tent) camping is allowed.
(f) Field dressing of deer and  hogs is allowed at site of harvest.  All garbage, animals'  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  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 5.10  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 5.11  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)
November 1, 2017; November  8, 2017; November 15, 2017
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IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISISPPI
THE MATTER OF THE LAST  WILL AND TESTAMENT OF  OLNEY BRYANT ALEXANDER, JR., DECEASED
CAUSE NO.  2017-0432
TRUDY ANN ALEXANDER,  EXECUTRIX                              
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Letters Testamentary have  been granted to the undersigned upon the Estate of Olney Bryant Alexander, Jr. on  the 17th day of October, 2017,  in Cause No. 2017-0432, 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 23rd day of October,  2017.
/s/
TRUDY ANN ALEXANDER,  EXECUTRIX
THOMAS D. LEE
LEE & LEE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
POST OFFICE BOX 370
FOREST, MS   39074
(601) 469-2721
MS STATE BAR #1169 
PUBLISH:  November 1, 2017;  November 8, 2017; November  15, 2017
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IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF SCOTT COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
IN THE MATTER OF THE  GUARDIANSHIP OF: THE  MINOR CHILDREN, MIRNA  ENID HERNANDEZ AUSTRIA, JULIO CESAR HERNANDEZ AUSTRIA, AND  NORBERTO JOSSUE HERNANDEZ AUSTRIA
CAUSE NO. 2017-0500
VERONICA MORALES LOPEZ
PETITIONER
VS.
AUSTINA AUSTRIA HERNANDEZ AND NORBERTO  JOSE HERNANDEZ DE LA  CRUZ
RESPONDENTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO: AUSTINA AUSTRIA HERNANDEZ, MOTHER OF THE  MINOR CHILDREN MENTIONED IN COMPLAINT, who  is either a non-resident of the  State of Mississippi or a resident of Mississippi not to be  found therein after diligent  search and inquiry to ascertain  same.
You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this  Court by Veronica Morales  Lopez, Petitioner, in this  cause.
A hearing on the relief sought  through the Complaint is set  for the 8th day of December,  2017. You are hereby NOTIFIED that you should be and  PERSONALLY APPEAR before the Chancery Court in and  for the Second District of the  State of Mississippi at the  Scott County Courthouse in  the City of Forest, Mississippi,  on the 8th day of December,  2017 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. to  show cause, if any you can,  why the relief sought should  not be granted.
Issued under my hand and  seal of this Court, this the 27th  day of October, 2017.
LEANNE LIVINGSTON PALMER
Chancery Clerk of Scott County
by: Tonya Underwood
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Tanya Carl, MSB# 99826
Attorney for Petitioners
P.O. Box 57
Forest, Mississippi 39074
(601) 469-0112
Publication Dates: November  8, 2017; November 15, 2017;  November 22, 2017
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INVITATION FOR
PROPOSALS
FOR LEASE OF REAL  ESTATE OF THE PEARL
RIVER VALLEY WATER  SUPPLY DISTRICT
62.549 ACRES, OLD RICE  ROAD
ROSS BARNETT RESERVOIR
Invitation No. 160
Pearl River Valley Water  Supply District
115 Madison Landing Circle
Ridgeland, MS  39157
November 2, 2017
The purpose of leasing of  lands in the Ross Barnett  Reservoir area is to obtain  facilities necessary for maximum use and enjoyment of  the Reservoir to the public.
Mailing/Delivering Proposal.   Each proposal must be enclosed, in duplicate originals,  in a sealed envelope which is  marked and addressed as follows:
Invitation No. 160  To: Pearl River Valley Water  Supply District
115 Madison Landing Circle
Ridgeland, MS  39157
ATTN:  Cindy Ford, Asst.  Secretary
To be Opened:  11:00 a.m., Local Time
Ridgeland, MS
Sealed Proposals, in duplicate, subject to the conditions  specified in this invitation for  proposals, will be received at  the office of the Pearl River  Valley Water Supply District  located at 115 Madison Landing Circle, Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157, until 11:00  a.m., local time, on Thursday,  December 14, 2017.  Proposals may be delivered during  normal business hours of the  District, either personally or  by courier or delivery service,  or mailed, postage prepaid,  all at the risk and expense of  the bidder, to the Pearl River  Valley Water Supply District  at 115 Madison Landing Circle, Ridgeland, MS  39157,  ATTN:  Cindy Ford, Assistant Secretary.  Proposals  should be labeled as a confidential bid for Invitation No.  160.  Proposals may not be  sent by facsimile transmission or by other electric  means.  Only original documents will be accepted.  Proposals not physically received at the aforesaid office  by the specified deadline, for  any reason, will be returned  unopened to the sender and  will not be considered by the  District.  All proposals will  remain confidential until proposal opening.  The District  will publicly open all proposals immediately after close of  bidding at 11:00 a.m., local  time, on Thursday, December  14, 2017.  Acceptance of any  proposal is conditioned upon  approval the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District  Board of Directors at a meeting to be held on Thursday,  December 21, 2017.  If no  acceptable proposal is received by the District, the  District reserves the right to  again accept sealed proposals  at the office of said District,  above given, at any time  within forty-five (45) days  from the District?s determination that no acceptable proposal have been received,  upon publication of one additional advertisement, giving  at least seven (7) days? notice  in a newspaper of general circulation published in Jackson, Mississippi, specifying  the date and hour at which  said additional proposals will  be received and the date and  hour at which said proposals  will be publicly opened.  The  District reserves the right to  reject any of all proposals.
Publish: November 8, 2017;  November 15, 2017
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MINI STORAGE SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 85-7-121  through 85-7-129 of the Mississippi Code, that the personal property stored by the  occupant(s)
Annie Macon
Jana Watson
Earlene Patrick
Adriana Derricks
April Gray
Alice York
Darry Robinson
DeAngelo Shepherd
Gabriella Pickett
will be sold at a public sale to  the highest bidder. The sale  will be held at:
L & S Mini Storage, LLC
841 Hwy 35 N.
Forest, MS
on Saturday, December 2,  2017 at 10:00 a.m. to satisfy  the owners lien together with  all costs of the sale. All sales  will be final and no warranty or  guarantee of any kind will attach to the property sold.
Publish: November 15 & 22,  2017
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MINI STORAGE SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 85-7-121  through 85-7-129 of the Mississippi Code, that the personal property stored by the  occupant(s)
Sledge Trucking
Valerie Sanders
Tachara Duncan
will be sold at a public sale to  the highest bidder. The sale  will be held at:
D & B  Mini Storage, LLC
513 Magnolia Heights
Forest, MS
on Saturday, December 2,  2017 at 10:30 a.m. to satisfy  the owners lien together with  all costs of the sale. All sales  will be final and no warranty or  guarantee of any kind will attach to the property sold.
Publish: November 15 & 22,  2017
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARING
The City of Forest has  been petitioned to rezone  property located on South  1st Avenue from R-3 to  C-3 zone.  The Public  hearing for the zone reclassification will be held  at Forest City Hall, Forest,  Ms., on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 5:15 p.m.   The purpose is to hear any  objections to the rezoning.
/s/Faye Johnston
City Clerk
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Board of Supervisors of  Scott County, Mississippi, will  receive sealed bids until 9:00  a.m. on Tuesday, the 5th day  of December 2017 for sale to  the County for use in the construction and maintenance of  roads and bridges of the  County for a period of one  year ending December 31,  2018 or soon thereafter as  new bids can be accepted, of  materials, supplies and products, including, but not limited  to:
Petroleum products, grader  blades, asphalted materials,  sand and gravel, railroad slag  (delivered and also picked up  on abandoned lines), concrete, bridge and traffic signs  and posts, concrete pipe,  American made steel  culverts-both spiral and riveted, and for petroleum products  to be furnished for the automobiles of the Sheriff's department and for beat maintenance equipment, gas and  diesel, used bridge components and new steel pilings  and installation.
The right to reject any and all  bids is hereby reserved by the  Board of Supervisors.  All bids  shall be marked "Sealed Bids"  with note of the bid item on the  outside of the envelope.  Bids  should be submitted through  the Board of Supervisors Office, Scott County Courthouse,  P O Box 630, Forest, MS  39074.  For any questions,  please contact Shirley Evans,  Purchase Clerk at  601-469-3110.
Published by order of the  Board of Supervisors on the  6th day of November, 2017.
Lee Anne Palmer /s/ Kim Fultz
Publish: November 15 and  November 22, 2017
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR  ESTABLISHMENT OF
COUNTY DEPOSITORY
TO ALL BANKS OF SCOTT  COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI AND  ADJOINING COUNTIES
Sealed bids will be received by  the Board of Supervisors of  Scott County, Mississippi, at  the office of the Clerk of said  Board in Forest, Mississippi,  until 10:00 a.m. on the 4th day  of December 2017, for the  privilege of keeping County  funds for the year 2018; ending January 3, 2019.
The Board reserves the right  to reject any and all bids.
PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF  THE BOARD, this 6th day of  November, 2017.
Lee Anne Palmer by Kim Fultz
Clerk of the Board
Publish:  November 15 & November 22, 2017
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NOTICE TO SATISFY A  WAREHOUSEMAN'S LIEN
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to MS Statues, that the  goods stored in units by occupant listed below will be sold to  the highest bidder with all cost  of sale.
(1) Betty Parker
     939 Eagle Nest Drive
     Byram, MS 39272
(2) Melissa Patrick
     606 Poplar Avenue
     Forest, MS 39074
(3) Dawn Fairchild
     600 Macbeth Street
     Brandon, MS 39047
(4) Charles Watkins
      228 Fox Meadow Rd.
      Jackson, MS 39212
Any of the above contents may  be removed from the sale by  Forest Mini Storage or customer payment. Failure to redeem  by November 23, 2017 will result in loss of the stored merchandise.
FOREST MINI STORAGE
884 Highway 35 South
Publish: November 15, 2017;  November 22, 2017
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ORDINANCE #464
Be it ordered by the Mayor and  Board of Aldermen of the City  of Forest, Mississippi, as follows:

Ordinance #464 describing  flood damage prevention within the City of Forest was  adopted at the November 7,  2017, board meeting and is  available for review  Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to  5:00 p.m. at the office of the  City Clerk, City Hall, 120 South  Davis Street, Forest, Mississippi 39074.  This ordinance  will also be posted at the Forest Public Library and the United State Post Office in Forest,  Mississippi.  If you have any  questions, you can call (601)  469-2921.    
/s/Nancy N. Chambers
Mayor
/s/Faye Johnston
City Clerk
Publish: November 15, 2017;  November 22, 2017
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SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S  NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS, on July 24, 2015,  Denis C. Rodriguez and Zobeida Rodriquez delivered unto the Trustee named therein a  Deed of Trust securing the  payment to PriorityOne Bank,  of an indebtedness described  therein, recorded in Deed of  Trust Book 863 at Page 609;  and
WHEREAS, the undersigned  was substituted as Trustee in  said Deed of Trust by instrument of record in Deed of  Trust Book 903 at Page 699 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, Hez L. Hollingsworth,  Substitute Trustee, will on the  17th day of November, 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 Northwest Quarter of  Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter, Section 24,  Township 6 North, Range 6  East, and run thence East 100  feet to a point of beginning,  thence continue East 110 feet  to West line of Woodland  Street, thence North 200 feet  along West line of Woodland  Street to South line of Second  Avenue, thence West 110 feet  along South line of Second  Avenue, thence South 200 feet  to point of beginning, being in  Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Northwest  Quarter, Section 24, Township  6 North, Range 6 East, Scott  County, Mississippi.
I will convey only such title as  is vested in me as Substitute  Trustee.
WITNESS MY SIGNATURE  this the 20th day of October,  2017.
\s\ Hez L. Hollingsworth
  HEZ L. HOLLINGSWORTH,  MSB #2539
OF COUNSEL:  SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
THOMPSON & HOLLINGSWORTH, P.A.
POST OFFICE DRAWER 119
FOREST, MS 39074
(601) 469-3411
PUBLISH:  October 25, 2017;  November 1, 2017; November  8, 2017; November 15, 2017
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SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S  NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS, on March 15,  2006, Deborah J. Franklin executed a certain deed of trust to  Jim B. Tohill, Trustee for the  benefit of Ameriquest Mortgage Company which deed of  trust is of record in the office of  the Chancery Clerk of Scott  County, State of Mississippi in  Book 706 at Page 650; and
WHEREAS, said Deed of  Trust was subsequently assigned to U.S. Bank National  Association, as Trustee for Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust  Inc. Asset-Backed  Pass-Through Certificates  Series 2006-HE2, Under the  Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated as of August 1,  2006 by instrument dated January 15, 2009 and recorded in  Book 751 at Page 583 of the  aforesaid Chancery Clerk's office; and
WHEREAS, U.S. Bank, National Association, as Trustee  for Citigroup Mortgage Loan  Trust Inc., Asset-Backed  Pass-Through Certificates,  Series 2006-HE2 has heretofore substituted Shapiro &  Massey, LLC as Trustee by  instrument dated September  26, 2017 and recorded in the  aforesaid Chancery Clerk's  Office in Book 903 at Page 43;  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, U.S. Bank,  National Association, as Trustee for Citigroup Mortgage  Loan Trust Inc., Asset-Backed  Pass-Through Certificates,  Series 2006-HE2 being one  and the same as .S. Bank National Association, as Trustee  for Citigroup Mortgage Loan  Trust Inc. Asset-Backed  Pass-Through Certificates  Series 2006-HE2, Under the  Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated as of August 1,  2006 , 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 22,  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:
Tract 1
Commence at a point where  the North line of the Morton  and Canton public road intersects the West line of the NW  ¼ of NE ¼, Section 24, T7N,  R5E, and run North 266 feet to  the point of beginning; thence  South 56 feet; thence East 210  feet; thence South 210 feet;  thence Northeasterly 312 feet,  more or less, to a point 245  feet East of the point of beginning; thence West 245 feet to  the point of beginning, located  in the NW ¼  of NE ¼ Section  24, T7N, R5E, Scott County,  Mississippi.
Tract II
Begin at a point where the  North line of the Morton and  Canton public road intersects  the West line of NW 1/4 of NE  ¼, Section 24, Township 7  North, Range 5 East, and run  thence South 67 degrees East  70 yards, thence North 70  yards, thence North 67 degrees West 70 yards, thence  South 70 yards to point of beginning, containing one (1)  acre, more or less, and being  in Section 24, Township 7  North, Range 5 East, Scott  County, Mississippi.
I WILL CONVEY only such title  as vested in me as Substituted  Trustee.
WITNESS MY SIGNATURE  on this 25th day of October,  2017.
Shapiro & Massey, LLC
SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE
Shapiro & Massey, LLC
1080 River Oaks Drive
Suite B-202
Flowood, MS 39232
(601) 981-9299
8413 Highway 481 North
Morton, MS 39117
14-009670AH
Publication Dates: November  1, 8 and 15, 2017
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SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S  NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS, on March 16,  2015, Carlton Sanders, executed a Deed of Trust to Robert J. Barnes, Trustee for the  benefit of PriorityOne Bank,  which Deed of Trust is recorded in Deed of Trust Book 853  at Page 644 in the office the  Chancery Clerk of the County  of Scott, State of Mississippi  thereof; and
WHEREAS, PriorityOne Bank,  the legal holder of the said  Deed of Trust and the note  secured thereby, substituted  Adrian W. Mills, as Trustee  therein, as authorized by the  terms thereof, by instrument  recorded in the office of the  aforesaid Chancery Clerk in  Book 899 at Page 627 thereof;  and
WHEREAS, default having  been made in the performance  of the conditions and stipulations as set forth by said Deed  of Trust, and having been requested by PriorityOne Bank,  the legal holder of the indebtedness secured and described  by said Deed of Trust so to do,  notice is hereby given that I,  Adrian W. Mills, Substituted  Trustee, by virtue of the authority conferred upon me in  said Deed of Trust, will offer  for sale and will sell at public  sale and outcry to the highest  and best bidder for cash, during the legal hours (between  the hours of 11 o'clock a.m.  and 4 o'clock p.m.) at the  south door of the Courthouse,  100 Main Street, Forest, Mississippi 39074 on the 29th day  of November, 2017, all of  Grantor's interest in and to the  following described real property, together with all existing  of subsequently erected or affixed buildings, improvements  and fixtures; all easements,  rights of way, and appurtenances; all water, water rights and  ditch rights (including stock in  utilities with ditch or irrigation  rights); and all other rights,  royalties, and profits relating to  the real property, including  without limitation all minerals,  oil, gas, geothermal and similar matters including the unexpired leasehold interest of the  Grantor in and to the following  described land and property  being the same land and property described in said Deed of  Trust, situated in Scott County,  State of Mississippi, to-wit:
Begin at the SE corner of SW  1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 4,  Township 8 North,
Range 7 East, and run north  2074 feet, thence run west  1320 feet to the
west line of said Section 4,  thence run south along section  line to the center
of a public road, thence run in  a southern direction along the  center line of
said public road to the south  line of said Section 4, thence  run east 700 feet
to the point of beginning, containing 54.8 acres, more or  less, being in the
W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Section 4,  Township 8 North, Range 7  East.
Title to the above described  property is believed to be  good, but I will convey only  such title as is vested in me as  Substituted Trustee.  WITNESS my signature, on  this the 26th day of October,  2017.
ADRIAN W. MILLS (MB  #103776)
Substituted Trustee
Baker Law Firm, P.C.
P.O. Box 947
Brandon, MS 39043-0947
601.824.7455
Publish: 11/8/17; 11/15/17;  11/22/17; 11/29/17
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SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CHANCERY COURT  OF NEWTON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
IN THE MATTER OF THE  ADOPTION OF A MINOR  CHILD NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT 
NO. AD 2017-NA 006                 2017-NA 007
SUMMONS
TO THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO: SHARMAINE SABRIA  CROFT and CEDRIC D.  PRICE
You have been made a  Defendant/Respondent in the  suit filed in this Court by the  Petitioner(s) seeking an Adoption for the minor child.
You are summoned to appear  and defend against said complaint or petition at 9:00 a.m.  on the 15th day of December,  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  27th day of October, 2017.
George Hayes
CHANCERY CLERK OF  NEWTON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
BY: Chrissie Buffington         DEPUTY CLERK
(SEAL)
Publish: November 8, 2017;  November 15, 2017; November 22, 2017
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THE CITY OF FOREST IS  ADVERTISING FOR YEARLY  SUPPLIES AND/OR
SERVICES
Notice is hereby given that the  City of Forest, Mississippi, will  receive sealed bids at the office of the City Clerk, 120  South Davis Street, P.O. Box  298, Forest, Mississippi 39074  until the hour of 1:30 pm Wednesday, December 6, 2017.  Bids will be opened shortly  thereafter.  Award will be  made to the lowest, best and  most responsive and responsible bidder at the next scheduled board meeting.  For the  following:
Yearly Supplies and/or Services, in accord with or equal to  the Instructions to Bidders and  Specifications on file in the  Office of the City Clerk.  Copies of the Instructions to Bidders and Specifications along  with bid forms may be obtained at no charge by contacting the City Clerk  (601)469-2921.
The Mayor and Board of Alderman are acting under the  authority of Section 31-7-13,  Miss. Code of 1972 Amended.
Published by order of the Mayor and Board of Alderman Forest, Scott County, Mississippi,  dated the 7th day of November, 2017.  The City reserves  the right to reject any and all  bids.
[SEAL]
/s/ FAYE JOHNSTON
CITY CLERK
Publish: November 15, 2017  and November 22, 2017
 

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