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! TONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-JANUARY 11, 1 II II I I I I FORE HEATING- PLUMBING FREE ESTIMATES NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIR REMODELING 928-7346 24 hours RUSSELL L. FORE Dees 8=. Alexander Build,ng Supply FOR ALL YOUR PRECISION PAINTS BUILDING aR,N'" pAagnoila Dr. PAINTS HARDWARE 928-4682 We Buy Timber SAW LOGS - POLES - PULP WOOD We Also Offer Professional Timber Management Services. Contact The I.P. Forester In your Area P.O. BOX 1706. HATTIESBURG, MS. 39401, PHONE 601-547831 INTffRNATIONAL" PAPER COMPANY % # L L 4 Y 4 W OPryland To Hold Auditions In H'bg .strumentalists who want to audition with amplifiers must bring them and set them up. Auditionees must bring their own music, in the proper key, and all actors will be asked to sing. Instrumentalists will be required to sight-read first. A typed resume is required for The audition team from Opryland U.S.A., music en- tertainment complex, will be in Hattiesburg, Thursday, January II, holding auditions for the singers and dancers, instrumentalists, and technicians needed for the music theme park's 15 live auditioning as a leader-conductor, stage manager or technician. "It is like going on the road with only three months to ind the people to cast 14 new Broadway shows, 'v says Bob Whittaker, drector of en- tertainment for Opryland. "We've got as many different kinds of musical shows and we're looking for exactly the same people - experienced Broadway type performers and instrumentalists and recent graduates from drama and music schools. Opryland has shows with 'Chorus Line' tap routines, Gay 90s ex- travaganzas, Showboat, and Rock 'n' Roll. Each show is :fully sta_g_ ed and constumed. "But-,also have some advantages bver Broadway. We have the "professional staff, and time to work with promising entertainers, or students, to develop their talents and give them that extra polish that turns them into great entertainers. We hold workshops to show them how to write a resume, prepare an audKion, work with agents, read contracts music shows next season and anyone their new resident theatre company. Open auditions will be held from 12 noon to 4 pJn. at the University of Southern ppi in the Ballroom, in the University Union Building. .., ting includes the park's Public SAC Mee Set choreographer, musical director, and show directors, Southern Mississippi Subarea Advisory Council (SAC) of the Mississippi Health Systems Agency, Inc. (MHSA) will hold a public SAC Meeting on Jan. 13, 1979 at the University of Southern Mississippi, School of Nursing Bldg., Rm. 119, Hattiesburg,' MS. at 10:00 a.m., to receive suggestions and comments concerning the development of MHSA's second edition of the Health Systems Plan (HSP). The Mississippi Health Systems Agency, Inc. Microphones (MHSA), organized as a non- used and in- profit, non-share corporation, will be looking for 4,50 singers, instrumentalists, dancers, dance captains, actors, and musical leaders-conductors. in addition to performers, will be loqking for experienced stage managers, lighting technicians, sound engineers, stage hands, follow spot operators and costume dressers. AudiUonees do not need to make any prior arrangements or appointments. Opryland will have a piano ac- companist, record player, and a cassette recorder at the audition site. will not be State Nurses' Assoc. To Hold Conference The Mississippi Nurses' Association will sponsor a Legislative Conference January 18-19, 1979, at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Jackson. All nurses are in- vited to attend. According to Jamie Hughes, MNA Legislative Chair- person, the Conference will focus on informing nurses about legislative issues af- :fecting nursing and health care in general on both the state and national level. "In order for nurses to participate in the political process, they must be in. formed about  lsmt, and they must make a decision to become involved in establishing policy instead of PIRKINITON CAMPU| Offers Short-term, Non-credit Night Classes Spring Session in Seq. No. Subject Length Time Tuition Lb Monday 900 Office Machines 14 Wk=. 6:30- 9:30 $14 901 Dressmaking II 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 902 Brick Laying 12 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $16 $12 Tuesday 903 Dressmaking I 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 S14 904 Woodworking & Cabinet Making 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 S16 $12 905 Powder Puff Mechanics 10 Wks. 6:30- 8:30 $17 906 Welding (Meets on Thursdays also) 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $28 $21 907 Bible (Old Testament) 6 Wks. 6:30- 8:30 $10 was fully designated in August, 1978, as the agency to serve the health service area of Mississippi and to develop a long-range plan that indicates the achievements necessary to improve the health status of Mississippians and the health systems serving them. The primary purpose of the Health Systems Plan (IP) is to promote comprehensive health systems that will aure the availability, ac- ceptability, continuity, and 'quality of health servtce to all Mississipplans at a reasonable cost. The first Health Systern Plan, which was approved by the MHSA Governing Board in their area which could be addressed in the revised Health Systems Plan. Comments received at these public meetings will be for- warded to the Plan Development Committee of the MHSA Governing Board for consideration. The current HSP'contains health status and health systems goals with the health system divided into the following component ser- vices: (A) Health Education; (B) Community Health Protection; (C) Primary Care; (D) Hospital Care; (E) Chronic Care; (F) Mental Health; (G) Emergency Medical Services; and (H) Thursday 908 House Plan Drawing 15 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 909 Small Gasoline Engine Repair 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 910 Typewriting I 12 Wk$. 6:30- 9:30 $14 911 Woodworking & Cabinet Making 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $16 $12 Class registration will be at 6:30 Tuesday Night, January 16, 1979, in Room A-102, Week., Halt, on the Perkinston Campus. . A certificbte will be awarded upon successful completion of the course. t' FOR MORE INFORMATION - Call 928-5211, Extension 213 or write The Director of Vocational Programs, Perkinston Campus, Perkinston, Milsittippi only reacting to it," said Ms. Hughes. Featured speakers for the Conference include Stmmne Stoiber, Director of National Health Insurance Analysis, Assistant to Joseph Califano, Secretary HEW, who will speak about ,the proposals and implications of National Health Insurance. Congressman Sonny Montgomery will discuss Regulatory Agencies' role in health related fields and Pat Jones, American Nurses' Association representative, will talk about ANA's Legislative agenda. According to Ms. Hughes, the main focus of the Con- ference will be on legislative issues in Mississippi. State Legislators Representative Ted Millette, Representative Don Richardson, Senator Ellis Bodron, Senator Thee Smith, and Senator James Molpus wig discuss current proposed health legislation. For information contact the Mississippi Nurses' Association, 135 Bounds Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39206. PON'T Miss/ssip/)/ Gulf Coast Junior Colle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcome= =tudents and era- ' p/ogees withoot regard to race color, natlonM or/gin, sex or handico. make extra money doing shows for conventions and travel industry events across the country. We did 300 of these last year, including a show for the National Broadcaster's Association in Washington and shows in Toronto and Amsterdam. There are former Opryland performers in the Broadway productions of 'A Chorus line,' 'Chicago,' 'Hello Dolly,' and 'The Magic Show.' Next spring we open a new theatre and will establish our own resident theatre com- pany. So, we're not looking for performers that just want a summer job. Opryland is now a year-round entertainment center of live theatre and television production," Whittaker added. The new $2 million, 1,600- seat theatre will be used for one of the Opryland shows during the theme park's operating season. From September through May, it will be used by the resident company for a series of Broadway plays and musicals. The fully-equipped, indoor facility will have a proscenium stage, continental theatre seating, full orchestra pit, 40-1ine fly loft and the latest and most complete sound and lighting systems. Hwy 49 July, 1978, is required to be updated and revised on an annual basis. The first step in the process will be a series of public meetings to be held in each MHSA SAC area from January 9 through January 13, 1979. The. purpose of these meetings will be to solicit comments from the public regarding health needs in Support and Enabling Ser- via'" New Masonic Anyone seeking further information about these Officers Named meetings should contact a staff person of the Plan Development and Evaluation Division of the MHSA or the local area office (1020 32nd Avenue, Gulfport, MS - phone 888-2311). ., Jr. High Teams Unbeaten The boys won a Close game, 34-27 against Central. Niche/son burned the nets for 14 and Harris added 10. * The" Stone 7th grade" gqrld are 2-0. They head'Sacred Heart 16-3 with Kelly Ark- wright scoring 8 and Rhonda Hickman had 6. Against New Augusta the girls won 22-11 with I-lickman and Arkwri_ght leadin the way again. They both scored 6. The Patriot boys and girls remain unbeaten as the defeated Rocky Creek, New Augusta and Central, , TI- girls beat Rocky Creek, 28-8, behind Quenesia John- son's $ points and Ruthie Calloway's 6. The boys won 50.38 ov' Rocky Creek. Ardell Nicholson, Tony Fairly and Lee Brown held scoring honors with 8 each. Anthony Harris' 8 points helped the boys beat New Augusta. Juan Cox and Tony Fairly added 6. The Patriot trls wh/pped Central as Alisha Jones had 16 and RuenJa Brown dlow with 8. Members of the 7th grade girls are; Kelly Arkwright, Rhonda Hickman, Quenesia Johnson, Wanda Berry, Linda Johnson, Carol Davenport and Tummy Waddle. Wilkerson Re-Elected To MS. Forestry Board Farmers, other private lan- downers, foresters, wood- using industries, financial institutions, and other businesses and individuals interested in forestry. Purpose of MFA is to promote, develop, utilize, and protect the forest and related natural resources for the best interest of all Misaissipplam. Stone County Represen- tative William A. "Bill" Wilkerson hu been re-elected .to a two-year term on the Board of Directors of Mississippi Forestry Association. His term will expire in 10. MFA is composed of members from all sections of the state, including Tree E z,.- y AMATEUR TALENT AUDmON 2pm 3pm PRIZE FOR BEST AMATEUR TALENT BROADCAST LIVE All Local Bands WIGG Welcome H()STS A.R. BYRD and HILLBILLY BILL CO--SPONSORS MONK& JO GEORGES TRANSMISSION REFRESHMENTS -HARRISON SMALL ENGINE PINEWOOD REST. & TRUCK STOP REPAIRS Wiggins Lodge No. 481, F and A M installed officers for the new year at the Masonic Temple in Wiggins, Saturday, Dec. 30. , New officers are; Aaron Fortenberry, Worshipful Master; James Hall, Senior Warden; David Lee, Junior Warden; Clarence Griffin, Secretary; Dervon Lee, Treasurer; John Pilot Lee, Senior Deacon; Emmett Vreeland, Junior Deacon; and Norvell Denson, Tyler. Legal: Notices STATE OF MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE JACKSON CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION OF DICK ROBINSON AND SONS PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, INC. The undersigned, as Secretary of the State of Mississippi hereby certifies that duplicate originals of Articles of Incorporation for the above named corporation duly signed and verified pursuant to the provisions of the Mississippi Business Corporation Act, have been received in this office and are found to conform to law. ACCORDINGLY the un- dersigned, as such Secretary of State, and by virtue of the authority vested in him by law, hereby issues this CERTIFICATE OF IN- CORPORATION, and at- taches hereto a duplicate original of the Articles of Incorporation. Given under my hand and Seal of Office, this the 2rid day of January, 1979. (SEAL) Heber Ladner SECRETARY OF STATE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF DICK ROBINSON & SONS PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, INC. FIRST: The name of the corporation is DICK ROBINSON & SONS PLUMBING CON- TRACTORS, INC. THIRD: The specific ,p .u?o orpupo for ch the corporation is organized stated in general terms are: To engage generally in the plumbing business and to buy and sell at wholesale and retail appliances, fixtures or any other items generally used in or in connection with the business of plumbing contracting; and the cor- poration may buy, sell or trade any and all types of real or personal property as is necessary and the operation of the of plumbing contracting. FOURTH: The number of shares whic corporation shell authority to issue is 500 dl par value of Ten ($10.00) each (or value) (par value or price shall not be less $1.00 per share) (If ares are set out, tbe sales price per. share., desired). NINTH: The name and office address of corporator is: Richard M. Robinson, College Street, Wiggins, Derek W. Robinson, 3, Box 269, Gulfport, Ms. Dated December 29, Richard M. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF HARRISON This day personally peared before me, the dersigned authority M. Robinson, II, Derek Robinson incorporators of  corporation known as DICK ROBINSON & PLUMBING C01 TRACTORS, INC., acknowledged that signed and executed and foregoing articles d corporation as their act deed on this the 29th day December, 1978. Larry L. My Commission expires 10, 1962 (NOTARIAL SEAL) POSTED LAND A. M. DOLEAC AND JOHN E. DOLEAC Approximately 60 Easterly from the center of the main track 1400 ft. southerly from post G - 24 and running 500 ft. as shown on blueprint attached made a part here an area of 5000 square Lease No. 26476. Hemphill Brothers - All Block 3, All Block 4, and Lots 3-8 incl. Block 5. 18-4-11, that vart of NW  NW% West of Hwy. 49 acres in NW corner SW% of NW% W of containing 35 acres. 13-4-2, Beg. NE corne SE% of NE%, to branch, NW down RR, Thence down of SE% of NE% of NE%, beg. *1-11 NOTICE TO Sealed bids will be by the Stone Mississippi, Board Education, until 7:00 February 5, 1979, in the of the County of Education, for the the following: One (I) Army-type property wrecker. MaY inspected at the Stone School Bus Garage, Street, Wiggins, No bid will be the amount is not in ce $300.00. Bidders are required t either in cash or by check made payable to Stone County Board Education, bid amount of five percent) of the bid THE BOARD THE RIGHT TO ANY AND ALL BIDS WAIVE (SEAL) OF By: I-II NOTICE TO Sealed bids will by the Stone Mississippi Board Education, until 7:00 February 5, 1979, in the of the County of Education, for of the following: One (I) 1979 ndel pickup. Additional ciflcations may be tainedfrom the Office County Superintendent .Education, 231 Third Wiggins, MS. THE BOAR THE RIGHT TO" ANY AND ALL BI WAIVE (SEAL) ByJ. 1:11 ! TONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE-JANUARY 11, 1 II II I I I I FORE HEATING- PLUMBING FREE ESTIMATES NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIR REMODELING 928-7346 24 hours RUSSELL L. FORE Dees 8=. Alexander Build,ng Supply FOR ALL YOUR PRECISION PAINTS BUILDING aR,N'" pAagnoila Dr. PAINTS HARDWARE 928-4682 We Buy Timber SAW LOGS - POLES - PULP WOOD We Also Offer Professional Timber Management Services. Contact The I.P. Forester In your Area P.O. BOX 1706. HATTIESBURG, MS. 39401, PHONE 601-547831 INTffRNATIONAL" PAPER COMPANY % # L L 4 Y 4 W OPryland To Hold Auditions In H'bg .strumentalists who want to audition with amplifiers must bring them and set them up. Auditionees must bring their own music, in the proper key, and all actors will be asked to sing. Instrumentalists will be required to sight-read first. A typed resume is required for The audition team from Opryland U.S.A., music en- tertainment complex, will be in Hattiesburg, Thursday, January II, holding auditions for the singers and dancers, instrumentalists, and technicians needed for the music theme park's 15 live auditioning as a leader-conductor, stage manager or technician. "It is like going on the road with only three months to ind the people to cast 14 new Broadway shows, 'v says Bob Whittaker, drector of en- tertainment for Opryland. "We've got as many different kinds of musical shows and we're looking for exactly the same people - experienced Broadway type performers and instrumentalists and recent graduates from drama and music schools. Opryland has shows with 'Chorus Line' tap routines, Gay 90s ex- travaganzas, Showboat, and Rock 'n' Roll. Each show is :fully sta_g_ ed and constumed. "But-,also have some advantages bver Broadway. We have the "professional staff, and time to work with promising entertainers, or students, to develop their talents and give them that extra polish that turns them into great entertainers. We hold workshops to show them how to write a resume, prepare an audKion, work with agents, read contracts music shows next season and anyone their new resident theatre company. Open auditions will be held from 12 noon to 4 pJn. at the University of Southern ppi in the Ballroom, in the University Union Building. .., ting includes the park's Public SAC Mee Set choreographer, musical director, and show directors, Southern Mississippi Subarea Advisory Council (SAC) of the Mississippi Health Systems Agency, Inc. (MHSA) will hold a public SAC Meeting on Jan. 13, 1979 at the University of Southern Mississippi, School of Nursing Bldg., Rm. 119, Hattiesburg,' MS. at 10:00 a.m., to receive suggestions and comments concerning the development of MHSA's second edition of the Health Systems Plan (HSP). The Mississippi Health Systems Agency, Inc. Microphones (MHSA), organized as a non- used and in- profit, non-share corporation, will be looking for 4,50 singers, instrumentalists, dancers, dance captains, actors, and musical leaders-conductors. in addition to performers, will be loqking for experienced stage managers, lighting technicians, sound engineers, stage hands, follow spot operators and costume dressers. AudiUonees do not need to make any prior arrangements or appointments. Opryland will have a piano ac- companist, record player, and a cassette recorder at the audition site. will not be State Nurses' Assoc. To Hold Conference The Mississippi Nurses' Association will sponsor a Legislative Conference January 18-19, 1979, at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Jackson. All nurses are in- vited to attend. According to Jamie Hughes, MNA Legislative Chair- person, the Conference will focus on informing nurses about legislative issues af- :fecting nursing and health care in general on both the state and national level. "In order for nurses to participate in the political process, they must be in. formed about  lsmt, and they must make a decision to become involved in establishing policy instead of PIRKINITON CAMPU| Offers Short-term, Non-credit Night Classes Spring Session in Seq. No. Subject Length Time Tuition Lb Monday 900 Office Machines 14 Wk=. 6:30- 9:30 $14 901 Dressmaking II 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 902 Brick Laying 12 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $16 $12 Tuesday 903 Dressmaking I 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 S14 904 Woodworking & Cabinet Making 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 S16 $12 905 Powder Puff Mechanics 10 Wks. 6:30- 8:30 $17 906 Welding (Meets on Thursdays also) 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $28 $21 907 Bible (Old Testament) 6 Wks. 6:30- 8:30 $10 was fully designated in August, 1978, as the agency to serve the health service area of Mississippi and to develop a long-range plan that indicates the achievements necessary to improve the health status of Mississippians and the health systems serving them. The primary purpose of the Health Systems Plan (IP) is to promote comprehensive health systems that will aure the availability, ac- ceptability, continuity, and 'quality of health servtce to all Mississipplans at a reasonable cost. The first Health Systern Plan, which was approved by the MHSA Governing Board in their area which could be addressed in the revised Health Systems Plan. Comments received at these public meetings will be for- warded to the Plan Development Committee of the MHSA Governing Board for consideration. The current HSP'contains health status and health systems goals with the health system divided into the following component ser- vices: (A) Health Education; (B) Community Health Protection; (C) Primary Care; (D) Hospital Care; (E) Chronic Care; (F) Mental Health; (G) Emergency Medical Services; and (H) Thursday 908 House Plan Drawing 15 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 909 Small Gasoline Engine Repair 12 Wks. 6:30- 9:30 $14 910 Typewriting I 12 Wk$. 6:30- 9:30 $14 911 Woodworking & Cabinet Making 15 Wks. 6:00-10:00 $16 $12 Class registration will be at 6:30 Tuesday Night, January 16, 1979, in Room A-102, Week., Halt, on the Perkinston Campus. . A certificbte will be awarded upon successful completion of the course. t' FOR MORE INFORMATION - Call 928-5211, Extension 213 or write The Director of Vocational Programs, Perkinston Campus, Perkinston, Milsittippi only reacting to it," said Ms. Hughes. Featured speakers for the Conference include Stmmne Stoiber, Director of National Health Insurance Analysis, Assistant to Joseph Califano, Secretary HEW, who will speak about ,the proposals and implications of National Health Insurance. Congressman Sonny Montgomery will discuss Regulatory Agencies' role in health related fields and Pat Jones, American Nurses' Association representative, will talk about ANA's Legislative agenda. According to Ms. Hughes, the main focus of the Con- ference will be on legislative issues in Mississippi. State Legislators Representative Ted Millette, Representative Don Richardson, Senator Ellis Bodron, Senator Thee Smith, and Senator James Molpus wig discuss current proposed health legislation. For information contact the Mississippi Nurses' Association, 135 Bounds Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39206. PON'T Miss/ssip/)/ Gulf Coast Junior Colle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcome= =tudents and era- ' p/ogees withoot regard to race color, natlonM or/gin, sex or handico. make extra money doing shows for conventions and travel industry events across the country. We did 300 of these last year, including a show for the National Broadcaster's Association in Washington and shows in Toronto and Amsterdam. There are former Opryland performers in the Broadway productions of 'A Chorus line,' 'Chicago,' 'Hello Dolly,' and 'The Magic Show.' Next spring we open a new theatre and will establish our own resident theatre com- pany. So, we're not looking for performers that just want a summer job. Opryland is now a year-round entertainment center of live theatre and television production," Whittaker added. The new $2 million, 1,600- seat theatre will be used for one of the Opryland shows during the theme park's operating season. From September through May, it will be used by the resident company for a series of Broadway plays and musicals. The fully-equipped, indoor facility will have a proscenium stage, continental theatre seating, full orchestra pit, 40-1ine fly loft and the latest and most complete sound and lighting systems. Hwy 49 July, 1978, is required to be updated and revised on an annual basis. The first step in the process will be a series of public meetings to be held in each MHSA SAC area from January 9 through January 13, 1979. The. purpose of these meetings will be to solicit comments from the public regarding health needs in Support and Enabling Ser- via'" New Masonic Anyone seeking further information about these Officers Named meetings should contact a staff person of the Plan Development and Evaluation Division of the MHSA or the local area office (1020 32nd Avenue, Gulfport, MS - phone 888-2311). ., Jr. High Teams Unbeaten The boys won a Close game, 34-27 against Central. Niche/son burned the nets for 14 and Harris added 10. * The" Stone 7th grade" gqrld are 2-0. They head'Sacred Heart 16-3 with Kelly Ark- wright scoring 8 and Rhonda Hickman had 6. Against New Augusta the girls won 22-11 with I-lickman and Arkwri_ght leadin the way again. They both scored 6. The Patriot boys and girls remain unbeaten as the defeated Rocky Creek, New Augusta and Central, , TI- girls beat Rocky Creek, 28-8, behind Quenesia John- son's $ points and Ruthie Calloway's 6. The boys won 50.38 ov' Rocky Creek. Ardell Nicholson, Tony Fairly and Lee Brown held scoring honors with 8 each. Anthony Harris' 8 points helped the boys beat New Augusta. Juan Cox and Tony Fairly added 6. The Patriot trls wh/pped Central as Alisha Jones had 16 and RuenJa Brown dlow with 8. Members of the 7th grade girls are; Kelly Arkwright, Rhonda Hickman, Quenesia Johnson, Wanda Berry, Linda Johnson, Carol Davenport and Tummy Waddle. Wilkerson Re-Elected To MS. Forestry Board Farmers, other private lan- downers, foresters, wood- using industries, financial institutions, and other businesses and individuals interested in forestry. Purpose of MFA is to promote, develop, utilize, and protect the forest and related natural resources for the best interest of all Misaissipplam. Stone County Represen- tative William A. "Bill" Wilkerson hu been re-elected .to a two-year term on the Board of Directors of Mississippi Forestry Association. His term will expire in 10. MFA is composed of members from all sections of the state, including Tree E z,.- y AMATEUR TALENT AUDmON 2pm 3pm PRIZE FOR BEST AMATEUR TALENT BROADCAST LIVE All Local Bands WIGG Welcome H()STS A.R. BYRD and HILLBILLY BILL CO--SPONSORS MONK& JO GEORGES TRANSMISSION REFRESHMENTS -HARRISON SMALL ENGINE PINEWOOD REST. & TRUCK STOP REPAIRS Wiggins Lodge No. 481, F and A M installed officers for the new year at the Masonic Temple in Wiggins, Saturday, Dec. 30. , New officers are; Aaron Fortenberry, Worshipful Master; James Hall, Senior Warden; David Lee, Junior Warden; Clarence Griffin, Secretary; Dervon Lee, Treasurer; John Pilot Lee, Senior Deacon; Emmett Vreeland, Junior Deacon; and Norvell Denson, Tyler. Legal: Notices STATE OF MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE JACKSON CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION OF DICK ROBINSON AND SONS PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, INC. The undersigned, as Secretary of the State of Mississippi hereby certifies that duplicate originals of Articles of Incorporation for the above named corporation duly signed and verified pursuant to the provisions of the Mississippi Business Corporation Act, have been received in this office and are found to conform to law. ACCORDINGLY the un- dersigned, as such Secretary of State, and by virtue of the authority vested in him by law, hereby issues this CERTIFICATE OF IN- CORPORATION, and at- taches hereto a duplicate original of the Articles of Incorporation. Given under my hand and Seal of Office, this the 2rid day of January, 1979. (SEAL) Heber Ladner SECRETARY OF STATE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF DICK ROBINSON & SONS PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, INC. FIRST: The name of the corporation is DICK ROBINSON & SONS PLUMBING CON- TRACTORS, INC. THIRD: The specific ,p .u?o orpupo for ch the corporation is organized stated in general terms are: To engage generally in the plumbing business and to buy and sell at wholesale and retail appliances, fixtures or any other items generally used in or in connection with the business of plumbing contracting; and the cor- poration may buy, sell or trade any and all types of real or personal property as is necessary and the operation of the of plumbing contracting. FOURTH: The number of shares whic corporation shell authority to issue is 500 dl par value of Ten ($10.00) each (or value) (par value or price shall not be less $1.00 per share) (If ares are set out, tbe sales price per. share., desired). NINTH: The name and office address of corporator is: Richard M. Robinson, College Street, Wiggins, Derek W. Robinson, 3, Box 269, Gulfport, Ms. Dated December 29, Richard M. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF HARRISON This day personally peared before me, the dersigned authority M. Robinson, II, Derek Robinson incorporators of  corporation known as DICK ROBINSON & PLUMBING C01 TRACTORS, INC., acknowledged that signed and executed and foregoing articles d corporation as their act deed on this the 29th day December, 1978. Larry L. My Commission expires 10, 1962 (NOTARIAL SEAL) POSTED LAND A. M. DOLEAC AND JOHN E. DOLEAC Approximately 60 Easterly from the center of the main track 1400 ft. southerly from post G - 24 and running 500 ft. as shown on blueprint attached made a part here an area of 5000 square Lease No. 26476. Hemphill Brothers - All Block 3, All Block 4, and Lots 3-8 incl. Block 5. 18-4-11, that vart of NW  NW% West of Hwy. 49 acres in NW corner SW% of NW% W of containing 35 acres. 13-4-2, Beg. NE corne SE% of NE%, to branch, NW down RR, Thence down of SE% of NE% of NE%, beg. *1-11 NOTICE TO Sealed bids will be by the Stone Mississippi, Board Education, until 7:00 February 5, 1979, in the of the County of Education, for the the following: One (I) Army-type property wrecker. MaY inspected at the Stone School Bus Garage, Street, Wiggins, No bid will be the amount is not in ce $300.00. Bidders are required t either in cash or by check made payable to Stone County Board Education, bid amount of five percent) of the bid THE BOARD THE RIGHT TO ANY AND ALL BIDS WAIVE (SEAL) OF By: I-II NOTICE TO Sealed bids will by the Stone Mississippi Board Education, until 7:00 February 5, 1979, in the of the County of Education, for of the following: One (I) 1979 ndel pickup. Additional ciflcations may be tainedfrom the Office County Superintendent .Education, 231 Third Wiggins, MS. THE BOAR THE RIGHT TO" ANY AND ALL BI WAIVE (SEAL) ByJ. 1:11