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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, July 31, 2014 Page 11 iiii!iiiii!;;;!!ii!!ii!;ii;i!i;!ii!iii!i!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii ii  iii:!iiiiiiiii ii iiiiii iliii i iiiii i ;iiiiii ii; iii iliii iiiiiiiiiiiii iil : ii il IN THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI DOCKET NO. 449-2014-D RE: PETITION OF ALDRIDGE OPERATING CO., LLC FOR THE REFORMATION OF THE UNIT FOR THE GROSS ET AL NO. 1 WELL IN THE STRAWBERRYFIELD IN WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSIS- SIPPI pUBLIC NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that Aldrldge Op- erating Co., LLC filed a Petition with the State Oil and Gas Board of Mis- sissippi under Docket No. 449-2014- D requesting authority to reform the unit for the Gross et ai No. 1 Well ("the Well") in the Strawberry Field, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, for oil production on a regular 40 acre oil unit and for other relief as set forth in the Petition. The resulting surface lo- cation is regular. The Well is located as follows: From the southwest comer of Section 4, T1N, R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, go northerly along the west boundary of Section 4 for 2035 feet; thence easterly at right angles for 1790 feet to the location in Section 4, TIN, R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. The Well is currently completed in the Wilcox Oil Pool. The acreage presently allocated to the Unit for the Well is as follows: TOWNSHIP 1 NORTI-L RANGE 4 WEST WILK]NON COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI From the southwest comer of Section 4, T1N-R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, go northerly along the west boundary of Section 4 for 2035 feet; thence go easterly at right angles for 1790 feet to a point; thence go West for 330 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING, being a point on the east boundary of within described tract. Thence from said point of begin- ning go South for 330.00 feet; thence West for 1112.17 feet; thence go South for 785.00 feet; thence go West for 697.83 feet to the south- west corner of within described tract; thence go North for 1445.00 feet to the northwest corner of within described tract, thence go East for 1810.00 feet to the northeast comer of within described tract; thence go South for 330.00 feet to the point of beginning. Said within described tract containing 40.0 Acres, situated in Section 4, T1N-R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. The proposed unit after reforma- tion of the Well will be as follows: TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH. RANGE 4 WEST WILKINSON COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI From the southwest comer of Section 4, T1N-R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, go northerly along the west boundary of Section 4 for 2035 feet; thence go easterly at right angles for 1790 feet to a point; thence go N 0829'30" E 330 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING, being a point on the northerly boundary of within described tract. Thence from said point of begin- ning go S 81030'30" E for 136.69 feet; thence go S 36030'30" E for 273.38 feet; thence go S 0829'30" W for 468.68 feet; thence go S 81030'30" E for 785.00 feet; thence go S 08029'30" W for 1148.01 feet to the southeast corner of within de- scribed tract; thence go N 813ff30" W for 1167.09 feet to the south- west corner of within described tract; thence go N 08029'30" E for 1065.40 feet; thence go N 36030'30" W for 393.03 feet; thence go N 08029'30" E for 466.69 feet to the northwest corner of within described tract; thence go S 81030'30" E for 330.00 feet to the point of beginning. Said within described tract containing 40.0 Acres, situated in Section 4, TIN- R4W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. The Petition will be heard by the Board on August 20, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. at 500 Greymont Avenue, Suite E, Jackson, Mississippi 39202, at which time and place you may ap- pear and contest said matter. If you intend to contest the docket or request a continuance, you must notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than 5:00 p.m. on August 12, 2014, which is not later than seven (7) days prior to the date stated above for the hear- ing. Failure to so notify the Board and the Petitioner shall be a waiver of your right to contest or request a continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt orders concerning a Petition which may differ from the relief ra- quested by the Petitioner and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropri- ate in accordance with the evidence presented. DATED this 21st day of July, 2014. STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI By: Is/Lisa A. Ivshln Lisa A. Ivshin Executive Director PETITIONER'S COUNSEL: William F. Blair BLAIR & BONDURANT, P.A. Post Office Box 321423 Jackson, MS 39232 (601) 992-4477 - Telephone (601) 992-9189 - Telecopier bill @ bbfirm.com 7/31/lw BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI DOCKET NO. 482-2014-D RE: PETITION OF RADZEWlCZ OPERATING CORPORATION FOR AN EXTENSION OF INACTIVE WELL STATUS UNDER STATE- WIDE RULE 28 FOR WELLS LO- CATED IN THE BAYOU SARA FIELD, WILKINSON COUNTY, MIS- SISSIPPI PUBLIC NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that Radzewicz Operating Corporation ("Petitioner") has filed a Petition with the Mis- sissippi State Oil and Gas Board under the above docket requesting an extension of the inactive well classification under Statewide Rule 28 for the Hamilton-Barton, et al Unit No. 1 Well (API No. 23.157-21855) and the Hamilton-Barton, et al Unit No. 1A Well (API No. 23-157-21996) in the Bayou Sara Field, in Wilkinson County, Mississippi and for other relief as set forth in the Petition. The Petition in this matter is on file in the records in the office of the Missis- sippi State Oil and Gas Board and may there be examined. The Petition will be heard by said Board at 10:00 a.m. on the 17th day of September, 2014, at 500 Greymont Avenue, Suite E, Jackson, Mississippi 39202, at which time and place you may appear and contest said matter. If you intend to contest the Docket or request a continuance you must notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 9, 2014, which is seven (7) days prior to the date stated above for the hearing. Failure to so notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative shall be a waiver of your right to contest or request a continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt an order concerning a Peti- tion which may differ from the relief requested by the Petitioner and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropri- ate in accordance with the evidence presented. DATED this the 28th day of July, 2014. MISSISSIPPI STATE OIL & GAS BOARD By: IS/Usa A. Ivshin 00Lisa A. Ivshin Executive Director PETITIONER'S COUNSEL: William F. Blair BLAIR & BONDURANT, P.A. Post Office Box 321423 Jackson, MS 39232 (601) 992-4477 - Telephone (601) 992-9189 - Taiecopier bill@ bbfirm.com 7/$1/lw IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILIQNSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH HOLMES, DECEASED CAUSE NO.: ;!013-149 _mmons TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF Elizabeth Holmes, DECEASED, whose identities, names and post office address are unknown to Peti- tioners after diligent inquiry: You have been made Defen- dants in the Petition for Adjudica- tion of Heirship and other Relief of Elizabeth Holmes, deceased filed by Sanqnetta Snell, who seeks an Adjudication of Heirship. You are required to mail or hand deliver a written response to the Petition For Adjudication of Heirship against you in this action to Shame- ca S. Collins, Attorney for Petitioner, whose post office address is Post Office Box 476, Natchez, MS 39121 and whose street address is 415 State Street, Suite 205, Natchez, MS 39120. YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE MAILED OR DELIVERED NOT LATER THAN THIRTY DAYS AF- TER THE 31st DAY OF JULY, 2014, WHICH IS THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR RESPONSE IS NOT SO MAILED OR DELIV- ERED, A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR THE MONEY OR RELIEF DE- MANDED IN THE PETITION. You must also file the original of your Response with the Clerk of the Court within a reasonable time afterward. NOTICE OF REARING TAKE NOTICE that a hearing will be held in the above styled and numbered cause in the Chancery Courtroom of the Wilkinson County Courthouse, Woodville, MS, before the Honorable E. Vincent Davis, Chancellor, at 9:00 o'clock A.M., on the 3rd day of September 2014, and at said hearing you should appear and show cause, if any you can, why the relief sought by the Petitioner should not be granted by the Court. Failure to appear at the time and place mentioned may result in a judgment against you for the relief demanded. Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, this 28th day of July, 2014. THOMAS TOLLIVER, JR. Wilkinson Co. Chancery Clerk By: Erica S. Jackson, DEPUTY CLERK Seal 7/31/lw NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DIVERT OR WITHDRAW FOR BENEFICIAL USE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day.of July,-2014, Goodrich Petroleum Company, LLC, of Hous- ton, Texas, filed application MS- SW-10326 for a permit to temporarily divert or withdraw the public waters of the State of Mississippi from the Buffalo River in the County of Wilkin- son. The intended beneficial use of the water is limited to hydraulic fracturing purposes subject to exist- ing rights and flow conditions on the referenced surface water body. Permitted water withdrawal is de- pendent on flows in the Buffalo River being above an established mini- mum or any other straamflow rate that the MDEQ may determine and establish using generally accepted scientific methodologies considering biological, hydrological and hydrau- lic factors. Permit Application No. , MS-SW-10326 includes the following special terms and conditions: Total Maximum Volume: 33.6 million gallons Daily Maximum Volume: 648,000 gallons* Maximum Pump Rate: 450 gal- lons per minute* Location: Section 24, Township 2 North, Range 1West Permit Duration: August 13, 2014 until October 31, 2014 * Pumping may be reduced ac- cordingly to ensure minimum flow conditions are maintained. Any person, firm, association, or corporation, deeming that the grant- ing of the above application will be truly detdmental to their rights to utilize the waters of said source, may protest in writing to Ronn Killebraw at Mississippi Department of Envi- ronmental Quality, P.O. Box 2309, Jackson, MS 39225, and set forth all reasons why said application should not be approved. Letters of protest must be received within ten (10) days of this publication. Unless protested, the applica- tion wilt be taken for consideration by the Permit Board of the State of Mississippi in its offices at 515 Amite Street, Jackson, MS on, or after, Tuesday, the 12th day of August, 2014, at which time all interested persons may appear and be heard by the Permit Board. OFFICE OF LAND AND WATER RESOURCES Kay Whittington, Director 7/31/lw Public Notice Mississippi Environmental Quality Permit Board P. O. BOx 2261 Jackson, Mississippi 39225 Telephone No. (601) 961-6t71 Public Notice Start Date: 08/0112014 Sanchez Oil and Gas, for the Macedonia Unit Tank Battery fa- cility located in Wilkinson County, approximately 4.8 miles north-west of Centreville (straight line) off of Macedonia Road, in Section 18, T 2N, R 1E., telephone No. 713-783- 8000, is requesting an Optional Pre-Permit Construction approval from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) as allowed by 11 Miss. Admin. Code Pt. 2, R. 2.15.B(2). The facility is pub- lishing this public notice to provide the public with the opportunity to comment to the MDEQ regarding the proposed project. The proposed project consists of an oil and gas production site includ- ing wail, storage tanks, separators, liquids loading, and other associated facilities as well as a flare for control of emissions. This proposed project will result in a potential emissions increase of regulated air pollutants. However, the annual emissions of all regulated pollutants will be below the Prevention of Significant Date- rioration applicability threshold levels for new sources as specified in the Mississippi Regulations for the Pre- vention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, 11 Miss. Admin. Code Pt. 2, Ch. 5., and more specifically in 40 CFR Part 52.21. Persons wishing to comment up- on or object to the proposed request are invited to submit comments in writing to Chief, Environmental Per- mita Division at the Permit Board's address shown above no later than 10-days from the date of publication of this notice. All comments received or postmarked by this date will be considered in the determination re- garding the pre-permit construction approval. After receipt of public com- ments and thorough consideration of all comments, MDEQ will formulate its recommendations regarding pre- permit construction approval. Additional details about the pro- posed project are available by writing or calling the Chief, Environmental Permits Division at the above Per- mit Board address and telephone number and on the MDEQ's website at: http://opc.deq.state.ms.usJpublic- notice.aspx. This information is also available for review at the follow- ing location during normal business hours: Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Pol- lution Control, 515 East Amite Street, Jackson, MS 39201, (601) 961- 5171. Please bring the foregoing to the attention of persons whom you know will be interested. 7/31/lw Public Notice Mississippi Environmental Quality Permit Board P. O. Box 2261 Jackson, Mississippi 39225 Telephone No. (601) 961-5171 Public Notice Start Date: 07/31/2014 HK TMS, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Halc6n Resources Cor- poration, is requesting an Optional Pra-Permit Construction approval from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) as allowed by the Mississippi Air Per- mit Regulations APC-S-2, Section XV.B. This request is being made for the Creek Cottage East 1H and Creek Cottage West 1H site located on Whitestown Road approximately 5.7 miles southeast of Woodville, Mississippi in Wilkinson County. The company is publishing this notice to provide the public with the op- portunity to comment to the MDEQ regarding the proposed project. The proposed project consists of an oil and gas production site includ- ing wells, storage tanks, separators, liquids loading, and other associated facilities as well as a flare for control of emissions. This proposed project will result in potential emissions of regulated air pollutants. However, the annual emissions of all regulated pollutants will be below the Preven- tion of Significant Deterioration ap- plicability threshold levels for new sources as specified in the Missis- sippi Regulations for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, 11 Miss. Admin. Code Pt. 2, Ch. 5., and more specifically in 40 CFR Part 52.21. Persons wishing to comment up- on or object to the proposed request are invited to submit comments in writing to Chief, Environmental Per- mits Division at the Permit Board's address shown above no later than 10-days from the date of publication of this notice. All comments received or postmarked by this date will be considered m the determinatio re- garding the pre-permit construction approval. After receipt of public com- ments and thorough consideration of all comments, MDEQ will formulate its recommendations regarding pre- permit construction approval. Additional details about the pro- .posed project are available by writing or calling the Chief, Environmental Permits Division at the above Per- mit Board address and telephone number and on the MDEQ's website at: http://opc.deq.state, ms. us/public- notice.aspx. This information is also available for review at the follow- ing location during normal business hours: Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Pol- lution Control, 515 East Amlte Street, Jackson, MS 39201, (601) 961- 5171. Please bring the foregoing to the attention of persons whom you know will be interested. 7/31/lw ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ROLLING HILLS SUBDIVISION STREET AND DRAINAGE REPAIRS WILKINSON COUNTY, MS WILKINSON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, P.O. BOX 1284, Woodville, MS 39669 Separate Sealed Bids will be received by the Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors, P.O. BOX 1284, Woodville, MS 39669, herein called the "Owner" for the Supply and Installation of: 3,088.0 Gal- lons Asphalt for Prime Coat (EA-1); 7,680.0 Gallons Asphalt For Surface Treatment, Grade CRS-2P; 170.0 Cu. Yd. Coarse Aggregate Cover Material, Size 5 (Crushed Stone); 92.0 Cu. Yd. Seal Aggregate Cover Material, Size 7 (Crushed Stone); 1.0 Lump Sum Maintenance Of Traffic; 1.0 Lump Sum Mobilization. Bids will be received until 10 a.m. local time Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at the Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors Office. The PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations: 1. Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors, 525 Main Street Wood- ville, MS 2. Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, LLC, 279 Lower Woodville Road, Natchez, MS and on-line at www. jksllc.com. The BID SCHEDULE may be examined at the following locations: A. Mississippi Procurement Technical Assistance Program (MP- TAP), Mississippi Development Au- thority, Minority & Small Business Development, Wooltolk Building, 501 North West Street, Suite B 01, Jack- son, MS 39201, Contact: LaTisha Landing, 601-359-3448 B. SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CON- TRACT PROCUREMENT CENTER (GULF COAST), 1141 BAYVIEW AVENUE, SUITE 401, BILOXI MS 39530, CONTACT PERSON: MAR- CIA MCDOwELL, 228-374-2970, 228-374-2973 (FAX), WEBSITE AD- DRESS: www.msopc.com Copies of the CONTRACT DOC- UMENTS, which are required in or- der to submit a bid, can be obtained at the office of: Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, LLC located at 279 Lower Woodville Road, Natchez, MS 39120 upon payment of $100.00 for each set, non-refundable. Minority and women's business enterprises are solicited to bid on this contract as prime contractors and are encouraged to make inquiries regarding potential subcontracting opportunities and equipment, mate- rial and/or supply needs. 7/31/2w Class Celet)ral es 45th Reunion CLASS MEMBERS ENJOY EVENTS The Wilkinson County Training School Class of 1969 gathered re- cently to enjoy renewing old friend- ships at their 45th class reunion. The large group met for a picnic held at the Wilkinson County Park Facility as shown in the top photo, and then gathered again, this time for a dinner banquet in Baton Rouge, La. WCTS is now known at Wilkinson County High School. -- Submitted Photos Lane Regional Now Offering Breakthrough Heart Procedure Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, Loui- siana, is the first hospital in the region to implant the newly-approved, first- in-class S-ICD system for patients at risk of sudden cardiac arrest Lane Regional Medical Center is the first hospital in the region to implant Boston Scientific's new S- ICD System, the world's first and only commercially available subcutaneous im- plantable defibrillator for the treatment of patients at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest is an abrupt loss of heart function. Most episodes are cau,.agd by .the rapid and/ bc'do "atvity of the heart known as ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation. Recent esti- mates show that approxi- mately 850,000 people in the United States are at risk of sudden cardiac ar- rest but remain unprotect- ed. The S-ICD System is de- signed to provide the same protection from sudden car- diac arrest as transvenous defibrillators, however the S-ICD System sits entirely just below the skin without the need for thin, insulated wires - known as electrodes or 'leads' - to be placed into the heart itself. This leaves the heart and blood vessels untouched. Dr. Charles Thompson, an interventional cardiolo- gist at Cardiovascular In- stitute of the South in Zach- ary, recently performed the first procedure at Lane. Dr. Thompson said, "The S-ICD System will open up oppor- tunities for some patients to receive an ICD who pre- viously could not because ' of Vein access problems: It has two main components: (1) the pulse generator, which powers the system, monitors heart activity and delivers a shock if needed, and (2) the electrode, which enables the device to sense the cardiac rhythm and deliver shocks when nec- essary. Overall it is a very effective, patient-friendly device ." Implantation with the S-ICD System is straight- forward using anatomical landmarks, without the need for fluoroscopy (an X- ray procedure that makes it possible to see internal organs in motion). Both components are implanted just under the skin -- the generator at the side of the chest, and the electrode be- side the breastbone. Fluo- roscopy is required for im- planting the leads attached to traditional transvenous defibrillator systems. To date, more than 1,400 S-ICD System devices have been implanted in patients around the world. For an animated video of S-ICD implantation, visit: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=VgHf0lRwMnw For more information or to make an appoint- ment with Dr. Charles Thompson at Cardiovascu- lar Institute of the South in Zachary, please call (225)654-1559. New Case of West Nile Virus, " New Case Of Chikungunya Virus The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) is confirming one new human case of West Nile virus (WNV). The re- ported case is in Rankin County. So far this year, WNV cases have been reported in Hinds (1), Newton (1), and Rankin (1) counties. The MSDH only reports labora- tory-confirmed cases to the public. In 2013, Mississippi had 45 WNV cases and five deaths. The MSDH is also re- porting a new case of chi- kungunya virus in a Mis- sissippi resident. The case occurred in a resident who recently returned from the Dominican Republic. This is the fifth chikungunya case reported in a Missis- sippi resident. The four cases previously reported occurred in travelers to Haiti and the Dominican Republic. "We are now in the tradi- tional peak season for West Nile in Mississippi, while more cases of chikungunya continue to be reported as Mississippi residents re- turn from travel to Carib- bean countries. This is an important reminder that you should protect yourself from all mosquito-borne ill- nesses," said MSDH State Epidemiologist Dr. Thomas Dobbs. The MSDH suggests the following precautions to protect yourself and your environment from mosqui- to-borne illnesses: Use a recommended mosquito repellent that contains DEET while you are outdoors. Remove all sources of standing water around your home and yard to prevent mosquito breed- ing. Wear loose, light-col- ored, long clothing to cover the arms and legs when outdoors. Avoid areas where mosquitoes are prevalent. Mosquitoes that carry chi- kungunya virus are espe- cially active during the day, while the mosquitoes that carry WNV are active from dusk until dawn. Travelers to the Ca- ribbean should take pre- cautions against mosquito exposure. Please see www. HealthyMS.com/chik for more information. For more information on mosquito-borne illnesses, visit the MSDH website at www.HealthyMS.com. Follow MSDH by e- mail and social media at HealthyMS.com/connect. McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!!! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or emaih alan@ dougrushingreolly.com (8; 7) d,:;?::