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I, I Ul NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION 8TONE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified electors of Stone County, Mississippi that an election will be held in said County on Tuesday, the 8th day of No- vember, 196o, tn connection with he regular general election held on the same day, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said Oounty the following proposition, to-Wit: ,PIOPOITION Shall bonds of Stone County, Mississippi be issued in the amount of One Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($130,000.00) house and jail of Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi? The said election shall be held at the following polling places within Stone County, Mississippi, to-wit: Polling Place Wiggins Precinct, Stone County 'ourthouse Bond Precinct, Bond Schoolhouse Thomas Price Precinct, Magnolia School House Elarbee Precinct, Usual Voting Place Perkinston Precinct, Masonic Hall Building McHenry lecinct, MHenry School House Tuxecherm Precinct, Usual Vot- hag Place Little Creek Precinct, University THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE im _ L IIII Pleasant Hill Precinct, Usual Voting Place The polls of said election will be opened in the morning, as auth- orized by law, and will be kept open until the hour of 6 o'clock in the evening of the aforesaid date, and said election shall be held and conducted, as far as 'practicable, in accordance with the laws regulat- ing general elections in the State of Mississippi. All qualified electors of Stone County, M'ississippi will be en- titled to vote in said election. Done by order of the Board of Supervisors of Stone County, Mis- sissippi, this 10th day of OctOber. 1960. Hollie T. Band, Clerk of the (Seal) Board of Supervisors, stone i iiiii CHANCERY SUMMONs NO. 2108 % P THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: Leonard Clark Guneau, 255 Bogue Street, East Lansing, Michigan You axe summoned to appear be- fore the Chancery Court of Stone County, in said State, at Wiggins, Mississippi, on the Second Monday of December, A. D. 1960, at Rules, to defend the suit No. 2108 in said court bled by Mrs. Laura Guneau wherein you are the defendant. This llth day of October, A. D. 1960. (Seal) Hollie T. Bond, Clerk .020/27/N3 F I t 6 6x6x4 universal cast iron tees 6 6" universal Cast iron plugs male taped 2" I. P. 6 6" universal cast iron plugs female taped 2" I. P. 12 6" univezal cast iron clase nipples 8 6" gate valves with un!versal ends 8 6" cast iron valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 12 4" valves with universal ends 12 4" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 10 4" universal cast iron plugs male taped 2" I. P. 10 4" universal cast iron plugs female taped 2" I. P. 3 6" universal cast 90 degree bends 20 4" universal cast iron tees iiii ii  i i i 12 2" crosses 20 2"" galvanized pipe plugs 20 2" valve boxes 24 to 30 burry 120 5/8x3/4 water meters 120 5/8x3/4 meter yokes mueller No. 14126 with valves 120 casJ; iron meter boxes stan- dard 75 3/4 corporation stops mueller No. 15010 75 3/4 capper to iron pipe con- nections mueller No. 15450 24 1" corporation stops mueller No. 15010 24 1" copper to I. P. connectors mueller No. 15450 100 ft. coel 3/4 copper tubing type K 4 6" cast iron couplings Solid mech. joint 12" 4 4" cast iron couplings Solid Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20, M mech. Joint 12" 20 2" tee handle curb stops muel- ler No. 10255 All bidders axe to quote domest pipe only. Pipe to be delivered as requested by the Town of Wiggins in not less than truck load lots. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to refuse any part of any bid and accept any part of any bid. The Board re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to wave any formalities. In Wi.tness Whereof, I set and subscribed by signature on the 5th day of October, 1960. Mrs. Vonice Sstrohm, Clerk O6/13/20/27 for the purpose of providing funds with which to repair, re- model and enlarge the court- Forest Lands Cafeteria Wisdom Precinct, Big L e v e I County, Mississippi. By O. M. Willingham, D. C. iSchool House _ 0 13/20/27/N 3 SEE US FQR ... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home or Repair NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. II Outside Paint Sheet Rock TREN'I'ON 00,qJPPLY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 ......... $2.50 $48.00 COMPANY Wiggins ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS The 'Mayor and Board of Alder- of the Tox"n of Wiggins, Mis- sissippi, will receive bids up until 7:30 o'clock P. M., on the 1st day of November, 196(}, in the City Hall in the Town of Wiggins for a tractor with a back hoe and front end loader as per specifications now on file ha the Town Hall with the Town Clerk. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to reject any or all bids. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen reserve the right to waive any formalities. In Witness Whereof, I set and subscribed my signature on this the 5th day of October, 1950. Mrs. Vonice StroYn, Clerk O6/13/20/27 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION OF STATE OF MISSISSIPPI HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 25 A concurrent resolution to posing an. tion 264 oz the 1890 of the State so as-to authorize lature to fix the Of Begr?td and lature of the State sippi, two-thirds (2/3) House of Representatives the Senate conlo.mn g That the folo " g ment to the 1890 of the State of be submitted to the electors of th.e Ste sippi for ratcauon or tion in an e_lecuon }9 De , __ On the 8th day ol .iovemuer, D., 1960, viz: Amend section 264 ox co0000tio_.00 of .18. ,too State of MiSSLtPP] follows: Section 264. The jurors. provide by law for of versons. .so aualified, list - . of the drawing mer%m _ and tor each L of the BE ] That the secretary of hereby notice least thirty the same. OF April Speaker . .. Revresentat_xY_,,NAffE ADOPTF- BY Tl-t z,t fixing the..taxable year, da ance and establishment of a , the tax nero ana memoa ..aria flee public school or schools date of assessing and collec g in each county in the state, taxes on all m otorRv,ioCkED with such term, or terms, as . IT FURTHER tu , the Legislature may prescribe. - the secretary of state is Be it resolved by the Legis- directed to give lature of the State of Missis- of said election sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the (30) days preceding Senate a n d House of Repre- sentat_ves concurring therein, BY THE HOUSE That the following amendment to the Constitution of the State 14, 1960 of Mississippi of 1890 be sub- Walter Sillers mitred to the qualifie electors Speaker of the House the "state for ratification or ection at an election to be Representatives .ADOPTED BY THE on the first Tuesday after April 28, 1966 the first Monday of November, Paul B. Johnson 1960. President of the Senate Amend Section 201 of the Constitution of the State of HOUSECONCU-B-REITT Mississippi of 1890 so that it pd3OLUTION NO. 73 will read as follows: A concurrent resolution tc Section 201. The Legislature amend sectiPn.. 115 of the Miss may, in its discretion, provide sissippi Constlmuon ox ov for the maintenance and estab- as to provide a limitation on lishment of free public schools the amount of bonded indebted-for all children between the n that he stave may recur, ages of six (6) and twenty-one -Beit resolved by the Legis- (21)years, by taxation or other- lature of the State of Missis-wise, and with such grades, sippL two-thirds (2/3) of the as the Legislature may pre- House of Representatives and ribe. Senate agreeing thereto, That Amend Section 205 of the the following nneelta Constitution of the State of Mississippi of 1890 so that it to be submitted shall read as follows: electors of the Section 205. The Legislature ratification or rejec-may, in its discretion, provide at an election to be held for the maintenance andestab- after the lishment of a free public school the first r s t Monday in in each county in the viz: with such term, or terms, Section 115 of th, Legislature may pre- of the State of cribe. so as to read as ADOPTED BY THE SENATE Mississippi follows: April 28, 1960 Section 115. The fiscal Paul B. Johnson of the State President of the Senate commence on the first ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE April 28, 1960 and end on the OF REPRESENTATIVES June of each year; and May 5, 1960 Paul B. Johnson Senate Auditor of Public Accounts Walter Sillers President of the the Treawm'er of the State Speaker of the House of HOUSE-CONCURREN'r and Representatives RESOLUTION NO. 47 a the SENATE CONCURRENT A concurrent resDl.u.tin,.- respective offices on RESOLUTION NO. 147 ,r before - A concurrent relution .to amend  n.{tl2nof  the thirty first .ay sissippi Co..nm%. ....  rt of Decem..ber o.f each year oz amend Article 12 of the Mis- .o ,n n wae  n - v- .;-, the preceding mcal year. ,  pro --- ,ea ,, sippi Constitution of 1890 so 11  tleeQ a rlUt  a snau - . - - @. in pro- Neither the Sta..te nor an: ot as to provide as an additional uniform rums" an agencies, excm n8 qualification to register for the portion to its value. Le..  d subdivisions, nd purpose of becoming a c[ufie  Be it resolved .Y nv__. s.: districts, shall incur elector, a person snan De latur of the Stave ox MLSSLS- b O n d e d sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the good moral character, and to House of Representatives al of one and one add same as Section 241-A. Senate agreeing merew, tm t i m e s t h e sum Be it resolved by the Legis- the following amendnent te revenue collected bY it for during of lature of the State of Missis- sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the the Constitution OXhmuttlo f o u r Senate and House of Repre- of Mississippi !_ su. on .u^ year sentatives concurring therein, the qualified electors ox .= State for ratification or ree er. the following amendment tion at an election to be BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, on the first after thesecretary of state is or change in Article 12 of directed to give public Mississippi Constitution of first Monday in said election for at 890 be submitted to the quail- 1960, viz: electors of the state for Amend Section 112 of tho least thirty (30)days preceding atification or rejection at an Constitution of the State same. Mississippi so as to read as fol- BY THE HOUSE election to be held on the first REPRESENTATIVES Tuesday after the first Monday lows: of November 1960. Section 112. Taxation shall May 5, 1960 Amend or change Article 12 Walter Sillers of the Constitution of the State outbe uniformthe state.and equalyroperty. Speaker of the House of Mississippi of 1890 by adding be taxed in proportion . BY THE SENATE thereto the following as Section 241-A thereof: value. Property shallbe a 5, 1960 for taxes under general laws, Paul B. Johnson Section 241-A. In addition to and by uniform rule, to be entitled to proportion to its vmue. President of the Senate all other qualificationsrequired Je-leature maY proyi.'de SENATE CONCURRENT for the purpose of be- a special mode ofvaluaUon RESOLUTION NO. 143 a qualified elector, such assessment for railroads, shall be of good moral railroad and other A concurrent resolution to p r o:p e r t y, or for amend section 201 of the Missis- Constitution of 1890 so as The Legislature shall have spemes ox proper that the he power to enforce the pro- to p, its discretion, visions of this s e c t i o n by maintenance appropriate legislation. in me county. But all . t of free public schools ADOPTED BY THE SENATE ronertv shall be assessed April 28, 1960 on to its value, children within, Paul B. Johnson by taxation or county, or other President of the Senate such grades as may ity, shall be by ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE to levy county OF REPRESENTATIVES out s u c h assessment as in to amend Mississippi Constitution of May 5, 1960 cases of 1890 so as to pro.vide tha..t the Walter Sillers ated and of the House of Legislature may, m its dLscre- But the ....  the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Administratrix's notice to the cre- ditors of Drew Hasty, deceased. Letters of administration having been issued on the fuorth day of October, 1960, by the ChanCery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned admlnistratrix upon the estate of Drew Hasty, de- ceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to present same to the clerk of said court for probate and registration according to the law within six months of this date or they will be forever barred. This the fourth day of October 1960. May Elizabeth Hasty, Administratrix. 06113120 If You Have SomethJng Tc Sell. An Enterprise Classifi ,d Will Sell iL ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins will receive sealed bids until 7:30 o'- clock P. M. on the 1st day of No- vember, 1960, at the Town Hall in the Town of Wiggins, Mississippi, for approximate quantity of pipe and other materials as set out as follows, to-wit: CAST IRON PIPE 20928 ft. 6" universal cast iron pipe class 150 11900 ft. 4" universal cast iron pipe class 150 2 6" universal cast iron crosses 18 6" universal cast iron tees 4 6x4 universal cast iron reducers GALVANIZED IRON 19 6" fire hydrants with univer- sal shoes 22 4" fire hydrants with univer- sal shoes 8 6" gate valves with universal ends 8 6" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 12 4" gate valves with universal ends 12 4" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 4500 ft. 2" galvanized pipe 5000 ft. 3/4 galvanized pipe 50 2x2x3/4 tees 12 2xl ells 90 degrees CALL FLURRY . i Stop .Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and i Termites. / FyOUNRR00NyT00sTERMIN A TIN G00GIO; i; Buy Now and SAV'E SHELLED CORN (bulk only) cwt. $2,80 UNICO PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE with MPI-22 Rust Inhibitor $1.85 per gallon RANGE PELLETS ............... ton $65.00 Check on prices of Bulk Mixed Fertilizer and Seed Oats spread on field. WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS. MISS. / %@@@@@@@@@I@@@@@ something i N EWI has happened to @ GQS RANGES Looks butlt-I.., looks womledul...but sces you money. Something new.. something wonder- Gas gives you faster, cleaner, cooler cooking than full Wherever you see this Gold Star, you'll know you're looking at the world's finest cooking appliance. Regardless of make or model, the Gold Star means the range is better in at least 28 ways - more advanced, more automatic, more elcient, better designed. Only the fine ranges earn a Gold Star...and they're all GAS. ever before. Modem gas is dependable, too- always there when you want it, precision-pedect when it comes to temperatur control. Before you buy any range, be sure to see the GAS ranges proudly wearing the Gold Star emblem. Visit your dealer or the gas company today, See for yar ... something new has haplmned to gas rangesl llfJlVUl@ l"tl| I, I Ul NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION 8TONE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified electors of Stone County, Mississippi that an election will be held in said County on Tuesday, the 8th day of No- vember, 196o, tn connection with he regular general election held on the same day, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said Oounty the following proposition, to-Wit: ,PIOPOITION Shall bonds of Stone County, Mississippi be issued in the amount of One Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($130,000.00) house and jail of Stone Coun- ty, Mississippi? The said election shall be held at the following polling places within Stone County, Mississippi, to-wit: Polling Place Wiggins Precinct, Stone County 'ourthouse Bond Precinct, Bond Schoolhouse Thomas Price Precinct, Magnolia School House Elarbee Precinct, Usual Voting Place Perkinston Precinct, Masonic Hall Building McHenry lecinct, MHenry School House Tuxecherm Precinct, Usual Vot- hag Place Little Creek Precinct, University THE STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE im _ L IIII Pleasant Hill Precinct, Usual Voting Place The polls of said election will be opened in the morning, as auth- orized by law, and will be kept open until the hour of 6 o'clock in the evening of the aforesaid date, and said election shall be held and conducted, as far as 'practicable, in accordance with the laws regulat- ing general elections in the State of Mississippi. All qualified electors of Stone County, M'ississippi will be en- titled to vote in said election. Done by order of the Board of Supervisors of Stone County, Mis- sissippi, this 10th day of OctOber. 1960. Hollie T. Band, Clerk of the (Seal) Board of Supervisors, stone i iiiii CHANCERY SUMMONs NO. 2108 % P THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: Leonard Clark Guneau, 255 Bogue Street, East Lansing, Michigan You axe summoned to appear be- fore the Chancery Court of Stone County, in said State, at Wiggins, Mississippi, on the Second Monday of December, A. D. 1960, at Rules, to defend the suit No. 2108 in said court bled by Mrs. Laura Guneau wherein you are the defendant. This llth day of October, A. D. 1960. (Seal) Hollie T. Bond, Clerk .020/27/N3 F I t 6 6x6x4 universal cast iron tees 6 6" universal Cast iron plugs male taped 2" I. P. 6 6" universal cast iron plugs female taped 2" I. P. 12 6" univezal cast iron clase nipples 8 6" gate valves with un!versal ends 8 6" cast iron valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 12 4" valves with universal ends 12 4" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 10 4" universal cast iron plugs male taped 2" I. P. 10 4" universal cast iron plugs female taped 2" I. P. 3 6" universal cast 90 degree bends 20 4" universal cast iron tees iiii ii  i i i 12 2" crosses 20 2"" galvanized pipe plugs 20 2" valve boxes 24 to 30 burry 120 5/8x3/4 water meters 120 5/8x3/4 meter yokes mueller No. 14126 with valves 120 casJ; iron meter boxes stan- dard 75 3/4 corporation stops mueller No. 15010 75 3/4 capper to iron pipe con- nections mueller No. 15450 24 1" corporation stops mueller No. 15010 24 1" copper to I. P. connectors mueller No. 15450 100 ft. coel 3/4 copper tubing type K 4 6" cast iron couplings Solid mech. joint 12" 4 4" cast iron couplings Solid Wiggins (Stone County) Miss. Thursday, October 20, M mech. Joint 12" 20 2" tee handle curb stops muel- ler No. 10255 All bidders axe to quote domest pipe only. Pipe to be delivered as requested by the Town of Wiggins in not less than truck load lots. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to refuse any part of any bid and accept any part of any bid. The Board re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to wave any formalities. In Wi.tness Whereof, I set and subscribed by signature on the 5th day of October, 1960. Mrs. Vonice Sstrohm, Clerk O6/13/20/27 for the purpose of providing funds with which to repair, re- model and enlarge the court- Forest Lands Cafeteria Wisdom Precinct, Big L e v e I County, Mississippi. By O. M. Willingham, D. C. iSchool House _ 0 13/20/27/N 3 SEE US FQR ... FHA TITLE 1 LOAN To Improve Your Home or Repair NOTHING DOWN 3 6 MONTHS TO PAY If you want a new home, see us for information on a FHA Loan. II Outside Paint Sheet Rock TREN'I'ON 00,qJPPLY Phone WAlnut 8-4214 ......... $2.50 $48.00 COMPANY Wiggins ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BIDS The 'Mayor and Board of Alder- of the Tox"n of Wiggins, Mis- sissippi, will receive bids up until 7:30 o'clock P. M., on the 1st day of November, 196(}, in the City Hall in the Town of Wiggins for a tractor with a back hoe and front end loader as per specifications now on file ha the Town Hall with the Town Clerk. The Mayor and Board of Alder- men reserve the right to reject any or all bids. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen reserve the right to waive any formalities. In Witness Whereof, I set and subscribed my signature on this the 5th day of October, 1950. Mrs. Vonice StroYn, Clerk O6/13/20/27 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION OF STATE OF MISSISSIPPI HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 25 A concurrent resolution to posing an. tion 264 oz the 1890 of the State so as-to authorize lature to fix the Of Begr?td and lature of the State sippi, two-thirds (2/3) House of Representatives the Senate conlo.mn g That the folo " g ment to the 1890 of the State of be submitted to the electors of th.e Ste sippi for ratcauon or tion in an e_lecuon }9 De , __ On the 8th day ol .iovemuer, D., 1960, viz: Amend section 264 ox co0000tio_.00 of .18. ,too State of MiSSLtPP] follows: Section 264. The jurors. provide by law for of versons. .so aualified, list - . of the drawing mer%m _ and tor each L of the BE ] That the secretary of hereby notice least thirty the same. OF April Speaker . .. Revresentat_xY_,,NAffE ADOPTF- BY Tl-t z,t fixing the..taxable year, da ance and establishment of a , the tax nero ana memoa ..aria flee public school or schools date of assessing and collec g in each county in the state, taxes on all m otorRv,ioCkED with such term, or terms, as . IT FURTHER tu , the Legislature may prescribe. - the secretary of state is Be it resolved by the Legis- directed to give lature of the State of Missis- of said election sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the (30) days preceding Senate a n d House of Repre- sentat_ves concurring therein, BY THE HOUSE That the following amendment to the Constitution of the State 14, 1960 of Mississippi of 1890 be sub- Walter Sillers mitred to the qualifie electors Speaker of the House the "state for ratification or ection at an election to be Representatives .ADOPTED BY THE on the first Tuesday after April 28, 1966 the first Monday of November, Paul B. Johnson 1960. President of the Senate Amend Section 201 of the Constitution of the State of HOUSECONCU-B-REITT Mississippi of 1890 so that it pd3OLUTION NO. 73 will read as follows: A concurrent resolution tc Section 201. The Legislature amend sectiPn.. 115 of the Miss may, in its discretion, provide sissippi Constlmuon ox ov for the maintenance and estab- as to provide a limitation on lishment of free public schools the amount of bonded indebted-for all children between the n that he stave may recur, ages of six (6) and twenty-one -Beit resolved by the Legis- (21)years, by taxation or other- lature of the State of Missis-wise, and with such grades, sippL two-thirds (2/3) of the as the Legislature may pre- House of Representatives and ribe. Senate agreeing thereto, That Amend Section 205 of the the following nneelta Constitution of the State of Mississippi of 1890 so that it to be submitted shall read as follows: electors of the Section 205. The Legislature ratification or rejec-may, in its discretion, provide at an election to be held for the maintenance andestab- after the lishment of a free public school the first r s t Monday in in each county in the viz: with such term, or terms, Section 115 of th, Legislature may pre- of the State of cribe. so as to read as ADOPTED BY THE SENATE Mississippi follows: April 28, 1960 Section 115. The fiscal Paul B. Johnson of the State President of the Senate commence on the first ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE April 28, 1960 and end on the OF REPRESENTATIVES June of each year; and May 5, 1960 Paul B. Johnson Senate Auditor of Public Accounts Walter Sillers President of the the Treawm'er of the State Speaker of the House of HOUSE-CONCURREN'r and Representatives RESOLUTION NO. 47 a the SENATE CONCURRENT A concurrent resDl.u.tin,.- respective offices on RESOLUTION NO. 147 ,r before - A concurrent relution .to amend  n.{tl2nof  the thirty first .ay sissippi Co..nm%. ....  rt of Decem..ber o.f each year oz amend Article 12 of the Mis- .o ,n n wae  n - v- .;-, the preceding mcal year. ,  pro --- ,ea ,, sippi Constitution of 1890 so 11  tleeQ a rlUt  a snau - . - - @. in pro- Neither the Sta..te nor an: ot as to provide as an additional uniform rums" an agencies, excm n8 qualification to register for the portion to its value. Le..  d subdivisions, nd purpose of becoming a c[ufie  Be it resolved .Y nv__. s.: districts, shall incur elector, a person snan De latur of the Stave ox MLSSLS- b O n d e d sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the good moral character, and to House of Representatives al of one and one add same as Section 241-A. Senate agreeing merew, tm t i m e s t h e sum Be it resolved by the Legis- the following amendnent te revenue collected bY it for during of lature of the State of Missis- sippi, two-thirds (2/3) of the the Constitution OXhmuttlo f o u r Senate and House of Repre- of Mississippi !_ su. on .u^ year sentatives concurring therein, the qualified electors ox .= State for ratification or ree er. the following amendment tion at an election to be BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, on the first after thesecretary of state is or change in Article 12 of directed to give public Mississippi Constitution of first Monday in said election for at 890 be submitted to the quail- 1960, viz: electors of the state for Amend Section 112 of tho least thirty (30)days preceding atification or rejection at an Constitution of the State same. Mississippi so as to read as fol- BY THE HOUSE election to be held on the first REPRESENTATIVES Tuesday after the first Monday lows: of November 1960. Section 112. Taxation shall May 5, 1960 Amend or change Article 12 Walter Sillers of the Constitution of the State outbe uniformthe state.and equalyroperty. Speaker of the House of Mississippi of 1890 by adding be taxed in proportion . BY THE SENATE thereto the following as Section 241-A thereof: value. Property shallbe a 5, 1960 for taxes under general laws, Paul B. Johnson Section 241-A. In addition to and by uniform rule, to be entitled to proportion to its vmue. President of the Senate all other qualificationsrequired Je-leature maY proyi.'de SENATE CONCURRENT for the purpose of be- a special mode ofvaluaUon RESOLUTION NO. 143 a qualified elector, such assessment for railroads, shall be of good moral railroad and other A concurrent resolution to p r o:p e r t y, or for amend section 201 of the Missis- Constitution of 1890 so as The Legislature shall have spemes ox proper that the he power to enforce the pro- to p, its discretion, visions of this s e c t i o n by maintenance appropriate legislation. in me county. But all . t of free public schools ADOPTED BY THE SENATE ronertv shall be assessed April 28, 1960 on to its value, children within, Paul B. Johnson by taxation or county, or other President of the Senate such grades as may ity, shall be by ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE to levy county OF REPRESENTATIVES out s u c h assessment as in to amend Mississippi Constitution of May 5, 1960 cases of 1890 so as to pro.vide tha..t the Walter Sillers ated and of the House of Legislature may, m its dLscre- But the ....  the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Administratrix's notice to the cre- ditors of Drew Hasty, deceased. Letters of administration having been issued on the fuorth day of October, 1960, by the ChanCery Court of Stone County, Mississippi, to the undersigned admlnistratrix upon the estate of Drew Hasty, de- ceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to present same to the clerk of said court for probate and registration according to the law within six months of this date or they will be forever barred. This the fourth day of October 1960. May Elizabeth Hasty, Administratrix. 06113120 If You Have SomethJng Tc Sell. An Enterprise Classifi ,d Will Sell iL ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Mayor and Board of Alder- men of the Town of Wiggins will receive sealed bids until 7:30 o'- clock P. M. on the 1st day of No- vember, 1960, at the Town Hall in the Town of Wiggins, Mississippi, for approximate quantity of pipe and other materials as set out as follows, to-wit: CAST IRON PIPE 20928 ft. 6" universal cast iron pipe class 150 11900 ft. 4" universal cast iron pipe class 150 2 6" universal cast iron crosses 18 6" universal cast iron tees 4 6x4 universal cast iron reducers GALVANIZED IRON 19 6" fire hydrants with univer- sal shoes 22 4" fire hydrants with univer- sal shoes 8 6" gate valves with universal ends 8 6" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 12 4" gate valves with universal ends 12 4" valve boxes 24 to 30" burry 4500 ft. 2" galvanized pipe 5000 ft. 3/4 galvanized pipe 50 2x2x3/4 tees 12 2xl ells 90 degrees CALL FLURRY . i Stop .Roaches, Ants, Rats, Mice and i Termites. / FyOUNRR00NyT00sTERMIN A TIN G00GIO; i; Buy Now and SAV'E SHELLED CORN (bulk only) cwt. $2,80 UNICO PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE with MPI-22 Rust Inhibitor $1.85 per gallon RANGE PELLETS ............... ton $65.00 Check on prices of Bulk Mixed Fertilizer and Seed Oats spread on field. WIGGINS BRANCH of Forrest County Cooperative PHONE WALNUT 8-4442 WIGGINS. MISS. / %@@@@@@@@@I@@@@@ something i N EWI has happened to @ GQS RANGES Looks butlt-I.., looks womledul...but sces you money. Something new.. something wonder- Gas gives you faster, cleaner, cooler cooking than full Wherever you see this Gold Star, you'll know you're looking at the world's finest cooking appliance. Regardless of make or model, the Gold Star means the range is better in at least 28 ways - more advanced, more automatic, more elcient, better designed. Only the fine ranges earn a Gold Star...and they're all GAS. ever before. Modem gas is dependable, too- always there when you want it, precision-pedect when it comes to temperatur control. Before you buy any range, be sure to see the GAS ranges proudly wearing the Gold Star emblem. Visit your dealer or the gas company today, See for yar ... something new has haplmned to gas rangesl llfJlVUl@ l"tl|