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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, November 15, 2018 Page 5 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF HALLA MINOR, JR, DECEASED CAUSE NUMBER: 2018-128 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Halla Minor, Jr deceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the ~ day of October, 2018 all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified to have the same probated, registered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days from the date of first publication hereof or the same will be forever barred. This the 26th day of ~, 2018. s/Brandon Minor Brandon Minor /s Mary Minor Document prepared by: /s~ David S. Crawford WILKERSON & CRAWFORD, L.LP. 11/1/11~, 11/8/18.11/15/18.11/22/18 5.2 Notice shall be given to the Town of Centr~ille in advance of any funeral. 5.3 All burials shall be within a standard fu- neral director guideline. All burials will be done in below ground. Above ground vault burials are not permitted. Section 6: Maintenance Fees 6.1 Every individual who owns a burial plot shall be assessed fifty dollars ($50.00) per year to provide for the maintenance and upkeep necessary for the cemetery. Such fee shall be due on the first day of January each year for the ensuing year. 6.2 The Board, by resolution, may alter the fees to accommodate increased costs for cemetery maintenance. Section 7: Ground Maintenance and Per- petual Care 7.1 The general care of the cemetery such as grass mowing, cleaning the grounds, and pruning trees and shrubs will be under supervision of the Town of Centreville Board of Aldermen/Women, who will hire a grounds keeper. 7.2 No build-up, grading, leveling, or exca- vating upon burial space shall be allowed with- out the permission of the Town of Centraville Board of Aldermen/Women. Surfaces other Town of Centreville than earth or sod are prohibited without prior " Cemetery Ordinance approval from theTown of Centreville Board of "" A RESOLUTION TO REPEAL AND RE- Aldermen/Women. All improvements to burial PLACE CHAPTER-6 "CEMETERIES" OF plots must be approved by the Board of AIder- TOWN OF CENTREVILLE ORDINANCES men/Women prior to their performance. AND ADOPTING AN ORDINANCE TO BE 7.3 No trees or invasive shrubs shall be KNOWN AS THE "TOWN OF CENTREVlLLE planted in the cemetery. Any of the foregoing CEMETERY ORDINANCE" WHICH ESTAB- items planted may be removed by the Town LISHES REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES of Centreville. FOR THE TOWN CEMETERY; PROVIDE 7.4 Fencing not allowed, with the following F, OR GENERAL PROVISIONS, DEFINI- exceptions when individually approved by the TIONS, CRITERIA, NOTIFICATION, AND Town of Centraville Board. RESTRICTIONS; AND, PROVIDING AN EF- A. At-grade concrete fencing, or simi- .F, ECTIVE DATE. lar durable material, located within the plot WHEREAS, the town cemetery, its pres- boundaries. ervation and appearance are important to the B. Concrete benches, or similar durable citizens of the Town; and, material, attached to an at-grade concrete WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen/Worn- foundation, or similar durable material, that en desires to establish uniform maintenance extends at least 4 inches beyond the bench rules or regulations for the cemetery grounds in all directions, and located within the plot and plots; and, boundary,To prevent obstructing maintenance WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen/ access, the location of the bench must be pre- Women desires to establish regulations or approved by the Board. guidelines for the placement, preservation 7.5 The Town of Centreville reserves the and maintenance of markers, appurtenances right to remove or trim any tree, plant, or shrub and decorations; and, located within the cemetery in the interest of WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen/Worn- maintaining proper appearance and the use en desires to establish orderly system for plot of the cemetery location and identification and; 7.6 Fencing and/or landscaping of any NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED kind, that impedes the excavation process for BY the Board of Aldermen/women of the a burial, will be removed. Replacement of any [own of Centreville, Mississippi: fencing or landscaping will be required to con- Section I: Title form to the standards of this ordinance, at the This ordinance shall be known and may be expense of the family cited as the "Cemetery Ordinance" and is an 7.7 The Town of Centreville shall have the ordinance to protect the public health, safety, right and authority to remove and dispose of and general welfare by establishing regula- any and all growth, emblems, displays or con- tions relating to the operation, control and talnersthetthrough decay, deterioration, dam- management of Oaklawn Cemetery owned by age or otherwise become unsightly, a source the Town of Centreville, Mississippi; and to re- of litter, or a maintenance problem. peal all previous Town of Centreville Cemetery 7.8 The Town of Centreville shall have the Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict right and authority to remove deteriorated bar- herewith, ders from burial plots after filing photos and '; Section 2: Definitions documentation at the Town of Centreville of- WCCA HONORS VETERANS -- WCCA's special veterans who attend- Wilkinson County Christian Academyed the program are shown above, from held a special program on Friday, left to right: Mr. Wren Hughes, Mr. November 9, to honor veterans who Rory Randall, Coach Robert Cook and served our country in the military. Mr. A. D. Carter.--WCCA Photo Wilkinson 2.1 A cemetery plot shall consist of one lice. Removed borders may only be replaced burial space, with conforming borders. 2.2 The terms 'cemetery plot', 'burial 7.9 All refuse of any kind, including, ,/~ ~ ~ ~ space', 'burial plot', and 'plot' are identical as among others, dried flowers, wreaths, papers, used in this document, and flower containers must be removed. :. 23 One burial space plot size is 5 X 10. 7.10 No lighting, including solar or battery Section 3: Sale of Plots or Burial Spaces powered, is allowed in the cemetery. " 3.1 The town Cemetery shall be under the 7.11 Motorized vehicles (golf carts, A'FV's, control of the town and such agents and trust- etc.) are prohibited on the cemetery grounds, ~es as the town may, from time to time desig- other than designated roadways. note and appoint, and agents or trustees shall Section 8: Records exercise such authority as shall be conferred 8.1 The Town of Centreville and or other uponthembyorderoftheMayorandBoardof person designated by the Town of Centrev- :,AElermen/Women. . ilia Board shall maintain records concerning , 3.2 The town Clerk may execute convey- purchases of burial plots and any perpetual q:~ces conveying a right of burial in the town care funds. cemetery. Such conveyance shall contain a 8.2 These same records shall be open to ~ght of burial. The town Clerk shall issue a public inspection at all reasonable Town of conveyance which contains a right of burial Centreville Hall business hours. upon receipt of the stipulated price of the plot Section 9: Cemetery Hours ~plots~being,~r~veyed ~ 9.1 The cemetery shall be open to the " " 3.3~e e0st2f eaqhplot oi; burial:space general public during daylight hours for, the shall be set roy't~-B~a~-0f AidermenN~/om- purposes of burials, graves visitation or his- en. Consideratioh shall be $750.00 for each torical research. plot or burial space. 9.2 No person shall be permitted in the 3.4 All such sales shall be documented cemetery after dark. on a form approved by the Town of Centreville Section 10: Severability Board of Aldermen/Women (Board) The plot The provisions of this Ordinance are may not be sold or transferred, except by the hereby declared to be severable and should written permission of the Town of Centreville any provision, section or part hereof be de- Board of Aldermen/Women. clared invalid or unconstitutional by any court Section 4: Grave Opening of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall 4.1 The fees for the opening and closing of only affect the particular provision, section or a.burial space, prior to and following a burial, part hereqf involved in such decision and shall including the interment of ashes, shall be at- not affect or invalidate the remainder of this ranged and paid for by the purchaser of the Ordinance which shall continue in full force burial plot (s). All fees for opening a grave shall and effect. be paid by the plot owner and arranged with Section 11: -Violations, Legal Actions Funeral Home responsible for burial. Violations and Legal Actions -If, after 4.2 No burial spaces shall be opened investigation, the Town of Centravilie finds except under the direction and control of the that any provision of this Ordinance is being assigned representative of the Town of Cen- violated, the Town of Centreville shall give treville. This provision shall not apply to pro- notice by hand delivery or by certified mail, ceedings for the removal and re-interment of return receipt requested, of such violation to bodies and remains under the supervision of the owner and/or his or her legal heirs or rep- the State of Mississippi. resentatives on record may institute actions Section 5: Interment Regulations and proceedings, either legal or equitable, to 5.1 Only the remains of one person may enjoin, restrain or abate any violations of this be buried in a burial space. Ordinance and to collect the penalties for such / :il N:IBUSINE$S SINCE ] 952; Gibson Realty & Land Company CUnit OU Estate 4124 MS-24 W, McComb, MS 39648 Don Bales Realto Registered Forester, Certified Wildlife Biologist Cell: 601-606-8881 Office: 601-250-0017 Fax: 601-684-2339 Emaih Website: Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated FALL IS HERE.' Let us check your heat system & service your generator ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING County Christian Academy News The Rams have hit the Hughes and Mr. A. D. Carter. State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss courts hard this basketball Mr. Randall has two grandchil- and William Carey were on season! The Rams ~ac~ Ben's dren at WCCA, Davis andAva campus to help students find Ford, Amite School Center and Randall. Wren Hughes was a the best fit for their futures. Cathedral School last week. member of the Marine Corps Thank you to Mrs. Charlsie The Varsity Boys, JVBoysand andhasa4thgraderatWCCA,Jensen for coordinating this JV Girls won two of the three Marlee. Mr. Carter traveled event. games. The JV Girls partici- from Baton Rouge to attend the Upcoming Events: pated in theVan Cleave Middle program. He honorably served Thursday, November 15, School Invitational over the in the Navy dm'ingWWII. Mr. Tidying Feast; Basket- weekend and took 1st place. Carter ~ be 98 on December ball vs Franklin Academy, Join us for a home game and 5, and has three granddaugh- Home, 4 p.m. watch some great Ram basket- ters at WCCA, Savana, Ada Saturday, November 17, JV ball action! and Millie Ashely. The facul~ Boys Basketball @ Woodlawn, Mrs. Deborah Whetstone, staff and students are so grate- lla.m. along with several students, ful to all veterans who have Monday-Friday, November heldawonderfulVeteransDay served te protect our freedoms. 19-23, No School, Thanks~ving Program on Friday, November The sophomores, juniom and Break; 9. WCCA honored veterans" seniors had a fun and informa- Monday, November 19, Bas- including Coach Robert Cook, tive college day recently. Uni- ketbal] vs Silliman, Home, 4 Mr. Rory Randall, Mr. Wren versifies such as Mississippi p.m. Friday,Nov.9,2018 we wuz ~' fer Thanksgiv- Rev. Willie say he has somethin' Dear Mr. Editor. ing, and he say he figured the that will help folks got their The year has done rolled same relatives as usual. We thankfi~ess into perspective. around to November, and lots ain't no cannibals, so he ain't He say folks need to step and of s~ff is gain' on. Football is talldn' bout eatin' them. He's think what would they have to- still being played, basketball jest meanin' they'll be around day, if they only had the things has started up and so has to eat up all the vittles the lady they were thankful for yester- hunting season. Then on top of folks is gain' to be cooking, day. all that cold weather has done Still and yet, Mr. Editor, it Anyway, I believe most of come an replaced summer ain't all the food and company us have lots to be thankful for, without us even getting' a fair what is sposed to be on our and I hope we don't got so busy chance at Fall. Probable what minds fer Thanksgiving day. with visits' and eatin' that we will get the most attention this What we is si0osed to be doin' is forgets to tell God thank you fer month, though, is Thanksgiv- beingthankfifl.SoIjestwanted allHe'sdoneferus. ing. Lots of planning is getting' to bring it up, so folks can be Yours truly, did right now to got ready fer gettin~ in their minds what Aunt Blabby it. I asked the Ole Man what they need to be thankful fer. FromBeaver Creek Woodville Mayor's Corner Volunteers Needed For African-American Museum & Wilkinson Co. Museum Volunteers play an es- sential role in sharing our rich collections, exhibitions, research and educational programming with the pub- lic. We are always on the lookout for dynamic, curi- ous individuals who want to be a part of the museum's team to share their knowl- edge and love of learning with visitors. With guidance from staff experts, our more than volunteers advise trip planners, lead tours, give gallery talks, offer fun hands-on experiences, and more. You will meet people of all ages from across the U.S. and around the world and help them make memo- ries of a lifetime. If you would like to vol- unteer at either museum, please contact Mrs. Polly Rosenblatt at 601.888.3998 for more information. Appliance Repair Stand-By Generators Tankless Hot Water Heaters i ,8o 0 ,e 601 888 6053 Licensed in MS & LA --Trane We Accept Credit Cards! violations. Section 12: Effective Date This ordinance shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the boundaries of Town of Centreville, and quali- fied under state law to publish legal notices and the same shall be recorded in the Ordi- nance Book of the Town, and such recording authenticated by the signature of the Town Clerk. All ordinances or parts of ordinance in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. McCemb. 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