MINUTE BOOK No. 17, CITY OF OXFORD

1 MINUTE BOOK No. 17, CITY OF OXFORD

TE E STAT:Z OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CF LAFAYITTP TH~ CITY OF OXFORD TH~

TO: B. O. :lLliott, Bennie H. Crouch, Hillian N. Lovelady, H. S. Sisk and vlill A. Hickman, Aldermen of the City of Oxford; Richard H. ~lliott, Mayor of said Gity: Yo~ are hereby notified that a Special Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the CitY" of Oxford, Mississipp;f.,is call cd to rreet at tile Cit; l:all in said Cit;r' of Oxford, Mississippi, at 5:00 o'clock F. M., on the lOth day of July, A • D., 1956.

The obj ect of said rr'eeting is to hE' ar and consider the petition of

H. H. Hhitworth that the Zoning Ordinance of the r:ity cf Oxford, Mississippi, be amended, and to tak proper.

such action on said matter as may be necessary

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lsi B. O. 3lliott Alderman and' FAYOR -FRO T 1¥ lsi

Hill A. Hicman ALD ::P,l~.fuTlJ'

The }'arshall will rxecute and return the above notice instanter.

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B. 0, Elliott Y AYOR-PRO T 1¥

R8C8ived the above call at 1:20 o'clock day of July, A. D., 1956.

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Newt King MARSHALL

He, the undersigned aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, hereby acknowledge service of the above call upon us personally at least three hours before the time of meeting and waive copy of the call.

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Will A. Hickman B. O. ZLliott

H. S. Sisk Bennie H. Crouch

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'~~.1 Pursuant to an advertiserrent in The Oxford F,agle for bids on electrical supplies for a period rf six months to be opened at the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on October 2, 1956, bids ~ere received from the follo~ing companies: Ottis F1ectric Supply Company Line Material Compahy Tennessee Valley Flectric Supply Co. Cabell Flectric Company Stuart G. Irby Company Graybar ~lectric Company General Flectric Supply Company Wfstinghouse Rlectric Supply Company

Memphis, Tennessee Mil~aukef, Wisconsin Memphis, Tennessee ~ackson, Mississippi Jackson, Mississippi Memphis, Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee Memphis, Tennessee

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After considering the bids from the foregoing companies, motion was made and seconded and passed unanir ously and it was ordered that all bids be turned over to Mr. Johnson for tabulation and he be requested to make a report to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at the next meeting.

Pursuant to an advertisenent in The Oxford F agle for bids on a floor polisher to be opened at the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Board of A Id ermen on October 2, 1956, bids were receivsd from the following: F..d frwin Central Chemical Company The Color Mart

Memphis, Tennessee },emphis, Tennessee Tupelo, Mississippi

After considering the bids from the foregoing, motion was made by Alderman flliott that the bid from Yd "rwin be accepted it being the best and lowest bid. This motion was seconded by Alderman Lovelady, passed unanirrously and it is so ordered.

Then carr:e on again for consideration a request from Mr. l-'iorris and tl;r. Barrett that the City deed them that part of A dams Street lying between said Mr. Forris and Fr. Barrett's pro:r:;erty. After consider-ing the IEatter, Alderman Hickman n:ade a motion that the City deed the South half ()f tr:at part of Adams Street to Mr. V:orris and the North half of that rart of Adams Street to Vcr. Barrett, :r:;rovided they assume the front foot assessrrent in full. He further moved that Ue Mayor and th() City Clerk be authorized to sign the deed for the City to said property. This motion was s ,='conded by Alderrran flliott and all aldermen present voted Yfa.

On :tl oti on duly made and s 8C anded and rass ed unanimously, it was ordered that this Board.: do now recess until Thursday, October 4, 1956 at 7 :00 0' clock P. M.

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RECESS, REGULAR MEETING

7:00 P. M.

OCTOBER 4, 1956

Pursuant to a recess order entered on Octob~r 2, 1956, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen mey on October 4, 1956, in the Mayor and Board of Aldennens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the following were present: Richard W. Flliott, Mayor B. O.

Elliott, Alderman at Large

Bennie H. Crouch, Alderrr.an Ward One H. S. Sisk, Alderman Ward Three Will A. Hiclpnan, Alderman Ward Four

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After the meeting had been opened according to law, the following business was ha d to-wit:

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Came on for consideration the bids on electrical suprlies received at the October 2, 1956 meeting and turned over to lv.r. Johnson for tabulation and a report to be given at this meeting. Mr. Johnson reco~~ended that the bid from Westinghouse for electrical suprlies be accepted and after a discussion motion was made and seconded nnd passed unanimously that the bid frOlY. Wl!!stinghouse Electrical Supply Company be accepted it being the best and lowest bid. *****~*************

Then c~-e on to be considered the running of an electric line to the so called Burney Branch area and after a discussion, Alderman illiott made a motion that Mr. Johnson be authorized to build an electric line in said area as he sees fit. This rr.otion was seconded by Alderman Will A. Hi,kman, rassed unanimously and it is so ordered.

Then came on to be considered the matter of finishing special improvements on Vivian Street and after a discussion, Alderman Elliott made a motion that Mr. Lowe be authorized to have published in The Oxford Lagle an invitation for bids to complete speCial street improverrents on said Vivian Street. This motion was seconded by Alderman Sisk, and all aldermen present voted Yea.

'l'heMayor and _Board':'ofAlaeI'lli.en~-theni:took up the matter of offering for sale the Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Special Street Imporvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi to be issued for the purpose of paying for the special improverr,ents on that portion of Vivian Street lying in Ho-Ka Hills Subdivision of the City of oxford, Mississippi, as authorized by Chapter 495 of the Laws of Mississippi, 1950, and amendments thereto, whereupon the following resolution was presented: A RESOLUTION TO DIRECT THi!:: SATJE OF TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($20,000.00) SPECIAL STR TT IMPROV'¥1+NT BONDS OF TH E CITY OF OXFORD , MISSISSIPPI. BF. IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDFRMEN OF TH€ CITY OF OXFORD, ,

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S :ICTION 1.

That whereas the City ligineer has reported to the Mayor and

Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi that the improvements heretofore, on January 23rd, 1956, ordered by this Board to be made on that portion of Vivian Street lying in Ho-Ka Hills Subdivision of the City of Oxford, lV1ississippi are estirr:.ated by him to cost the sum of $20,000.00, of which amount the Gity shall pay the sum of $8,000.00 and the property ownors on said street shall pay thp surr.. of t12,000.00 on the basis rTovided for in said resolution determining to proceed; Now therefore this governing body after hearing and considering said report doth find and determine and ascertain that the estimated .I

cost of said special improverrents are as above set forth in the total arnount of Twenty Thousand Dollars. SECTION 2.

That the Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Special Street

Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Mississippt, to be issued for the purpose of paying the cost of the special improverrents heretofore directed to be Trade on that portion of Vivian Street lying in Ho-Ka Hills Subdivision of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, as s et forth in Section 1 of this resolution, shall be offerEd for sale on sealed bids in the meeting room of

this governing body

at 7:30 o'clock Fe lI., on Tuesday the 23rd day of October, 1956. Sr~CTION 3.

That, as required by Chapter 325, Laws of Mississippi, 1946,

the City Clerk shall be and he is

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authorized and directed to give

notice of the sale of said bonds by publication at least two (2) times in the Oxford Eagle, a newspaper published in the City of Oxford, Mississippi; the first publication to be made at least ten (10) days preceding the date set for said reception of bids, and such notice to be in substantially the following form:

NOTICF OF SAL ;,; OF $20,000.00 SPE~CIAL STREET IMPROV:':MFNT BOI'1'DS C'F TF~~ CITY OF OXFORD, LAFAn~TTF COUNTY, MISSISSIPFI. Notice is hereby given under the provi~ions of Chapter 325, Laws of Mississippi, 1946, that the Mayor and oard of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, will sellon sealed bids at 7:30 o'clock P. M., on Tuesday the 23rd day of October, 1955, in the chambers of said governing body in the city hall of said city, the Special Street Improverr'ent Bonds of the City of axford, Mississippi, in the principal amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00). All of the provisions of the Act of the Legislature shall be observed; By order of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississi pi, this the 4th day of Oxtober, 1956. \

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SECTION 3.

That the City Clerk shall obtain from the publisher of the

aforesaid newspaper the customary publisher's affidavit proving pUblication of said notice for the time and in the manner required by law. SECTION 4.

That at the time of the sale of said bonds, or at some appropriate

time thereafter, this Mayor and Board of Aldermen shall take such further action as may be necessary to provide for the preparation, execution, issuance and delivery of said bonds. SECTION 5.

That the City Attorney be paid a fer of 1% of the amount of

said bonds for his services in connection with the issuance of said bonds. The above and foregoing resolution on having been introduced at this a recess regular meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, held on the 4th day of October, 1956, in writing, was read, considered and discussed, paragraph by paragraph, section by section, and then as a whole, and on motion of Alderrrlan Elliott, seconded by Alderman Sisk, the said resolution was duly and regularly adopted

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the affirmative vote of all aldermen present.

Approved:

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Attest:

lsi C. P. Fulmer City Clerk

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Then came on to bp. considered the matter of funds to complete Vivian Street and after a discussion, Alderman Elliott made a motion that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to negotiate a temporary loan for said purpose. This motion was seconded by Alderman Sisk, passed unanimously and it is so ordered.

Then came on for consideration the matter of changing the policy of street improvement in regard to the amount that the property owner shall pay and the amount the City Shall pay, and after carefully considering the matter, Alderman ~lliott made a motion that all new streets opened in the future be paid for in the following manner: Pr~perty Owner shall pay '8,11 the cost of the curb and gutter and sidewalks and twothirds of all other cost, lncluding water and sanitary sewer and storm sewer. This motion was seconded by Alderman Sisk, passed unani ously and it is so ordered.

*************** Then came on to be considered an increase in C. P. Fulmer's salary and after a diSCUssion, Alderman Sisk made a motion that C. P. Fulmer's salary be incre,ased to $350.00 a month, effective on October 1, 1956. This motion was seconded by Alderman Elliott, passed unanimously and it is so ordered.

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The Mayor and Board of Ald ermen, pursuant to an order made at a recess Regular Meeting of said Mayor and Board of Aldermen held on September 21, 1956 at the City Hall in Oxford, Mississi pi, and in accordance with a notice published in The Oxford ~gle, a weekly newspaper issued in Oxford, Mississippi, did meet on this date October 4, 1956, at the tin'e and place so stipulated heard objections to real and personal rolls of said 'jity of Oxford, Mississippi and the assessments therein contained, and, in _all respects, conforrGed to the requirenents of law concerning sucb me etings : After no objections were had to the assesSFoents rolls of the City of Oxford, and the assessrrents therein contained and the grandtotal of the personal roll showing $1,654,457, and the grand total of the land roll $4,2l2.955,and the tot~_ numbpr of exempt homes at 697 with a total assessEd value of $1,960,491not exceeding for my one home; th8 amount fixed by the Home Lxemption Act of 1938 and the total assessed value of all oth r real property, it is hereby ordered and adjudged by the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, MisSissippi that said rolls and the assessments therein contained, be and they are hereby approved as determined.

The assessment rolls having bRen approved and upon motion made by Alderman Sisk, seconded by Alderman -ELliott and passed unanin'ously, it was ordered by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen that the following tax rates be and the sane are hereby imposed and levied for the year 1956 on all taxable property within the municipality of Oxford, Lafayette ~ounty, Mississippi, as of the first day of January 1956, as follows: EURPOSi", OF FUNDS

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Corp,oration Fund: General current expenses of the municipality of Oxford Lafayette County, Kississippi, as a whole, this fund being known as the Corporation Fund.

IN MILLS 5 Mills

Street Fund: Street Maintemnce and Sanitation

LMills 9 Mills

Bond Fund: General Bond Flmd Separate School District Bond and Interest Fund Special Street Improvement Bond and Interest Fund 1953 Special Street Improvement Bond and Interest 1954 Special Street Improvement Bond and Interest 1955 Special Street Improverr:ent Bond and Interest Tot al Bond Fund

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School Fund: Minimum School Program Fund (Sec. 6518-02, Code of 1942) 5 Mills District School Maintenance Fund (Sec. 6518-06, Code of 1942) 10 Mills GRAND TOTAL

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33 Mills

On motion made by Alderman Flliott, seconded by Alderman Sisk and passed unaninously, it was ordered that the budget of Receipts and Disbursements for the fiscal year October 1, 1956 to September 30, 1957 be finally approved and adopted in detail as follows:

CITY OF OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI

WC 2:IPTS .!\d val. orem Taxe s Privilege License Tax Penalties Sundry Receipts Parking Meter Collectlons Parking Metpr Fines Rents Received Int. on Investment at Light Plant Tax i'quivalent on Light Plant Due fr0Tl' l"oan to School Fund

$29595.00 6800.00 150.00 200.00 8000.00 875.00 12720.00 3363.48 16000.00 8000.0r:

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CORPORATION FUND CONTINB1'D

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DISBURSE} "F'NTS Salary hayorand Board Salary Clerk and Tax Collector Salary lYlarshal Salary Night Marshal Salary Cit;, Attorney Salary DeIuty Clerk Salary Engineer Salary F~ra Day Police Salary Extra Night Police Salary Extra Police Cenetery Upkeep Legal Printing Fuel for City Hall Telerhone City Hall Postage Janitor City Hall Janitors Supplies Legal Expense Insurance Upkeep Fire Truck Audit Banquet for Firemen Fire Department Lafayette County Health Unit Advertising Checking Parking Meter Tickets ::.lection Lxpense Lights for City Hall Stationery and Office Supplies Buie Museum Librarian Repair to Rental Property Airport l the Board of Aldernen of the City of Oxford, Lafayette Ccunty, Mississippi, at its August 7, 1956, Meeting, and said rEsolution is rt::corded in Jv:inute Book

on Page ____ of thf: Finutes of the Mayor

and Board of Aldern:en of the City of Oxford, Mississiy:pi, and being on file in the Nayor's Office in Oxford, Lafayette County, Vississippi.

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CITY ()F OXFORD, NISSISSIPPI

~ Richard W. "flliott

}layor ~c. P. Fulmer

City Clerk

STAT E OF MISSISSIFPI COUNTY OF LAFAY':;TTE

This day pasonally appeared before rre, the undersigned official in and for the state and county aforesaid, the within named R. 'We

~.:LLIOTT,

Xayor of the City of Oxford, Nississippi, and S. P. FULMhR, Clerk of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, who each adnowledgcd that they signed and delivered in the capacities therein stated for and on behalf of the City of Oxford, Nississippi, the above and foregoing quit~laim deed on the day and year therein mentioned. GIVt~N

under my hand and official seal this October 19, 1956. ~ Hrs. Nnna .2ast Woodward

Fy conmission expires Aug. 16, 1960.

On motion duly TLade and seconded and passed unanimously, it was ordered that this Board do now recess until 7:30 o'clock P. E., Tuesday, October 23, 1956.

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7:30 P. M.

OCTCB ~iR 23, 1956

Pursuant to a recess order entered on October 4, 1956, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen met on October 23, 1956, in thE Mayor and Board of Aldermens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the following were present: Richard W. Elliott, Mayor, Presiding B. O. Flliott, Alderman at Large Bennie H. crcuch, Alderman Ward One H. S. Sisk, Alderman Ward Three

J. W. Price, Attorney I~~ •

P. Lowe, Yngineer

G. W. Johnson, Superintendent Light and Water Department C. P. Fulmer, G.lerk

After the meeting had been opened according to law, the following business was had to-wit:

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The Mayor and Board entered into a discussion of the present need of cash on hand for current expenditures of the City government. It was brought out that certain revenues and taxes would be available within the near future to take care of the City's current expenditures; however, it was decided that the sum of $15,000.00 would be necessary in order for the City to meet immediately its current obligations and that a loan for .such amount should be negotiated. On motion of Alderman Elliott, seconded by Alderman ~isk it was moved that the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to negotiate a loan in the maximum amount of $15,000.00 for the City and that thpy be authorized further to execute the necessary promissory not,s or any other paper to secure the said indebtedness. This motion was carried unanimously •

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Then came on to b8 considered the payment of $120.00 for darrages to cotton by laying the City sewer line, Crouch made a motion that damage in the above amount This motion was seconded by Alderman Flliott, passed

to Winford McLarty and Luke Pegues and after a discussion, Alderrran be paid Mr. McLarty and Luke Pegues. unan!riously and it is so ordered.

Then came up for discussion the damage to Derby Boston's cotton b,y laying the City sewer line and after a consideration of the matter, Alderman Elliott made a motion that the City of Oxford pay said Derby Boston the sum of $82.50 for damage to cotton. This motion was sec'Jnded by Alderman Sisk, passed unanimously and the Clerk is hereby authorized to issue a check in the above amount to ~erby Boston.

Then came on for discussion the damage to Yr. C. ~ Mooney's cr9P amd tn,e agreement between said Mr. Mooney and Mr. Lowe, the Vngineer, and after considering the matter, Alderrran ::J.liott made a motion that t'r. Mooney be paid $280.00 for damages and rightof-way, as per agreement. Th~ motion was seconded by Alderman Crouch, passed unanimously and the Clerk is hereby authorized to issue a check in the above amount to p~. Mooney.

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The Mayor and Board of Aldermen took ur again for corsideration the n,atter of the sale of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Special Street lreproverrent Bonds of the City of Oxford, ttiississippi, pursuant to a adopted by said Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the

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resolution

of Oxford on the

4th day cf October, 1956. The City::::lork reported that, pursuant to the aforesaid resolution, he did cause to be published in the Oxford L.agle, a newsPaper published in the City of Oxford, Lafayette 8ounty, Mississipri, a notic8 that sealed proposals would bf received by the Nayor and Board of Aldermen at the City Hall in said City until the hour of 7:30 ?

V., on Tuesday, the 23rd day of October, 1956, and

that said nC'tice was jrublishfd in said newspaper on Octob"'r 11th; and 18th, 1956; and the City Clerk presented to the t-Cayor and Board of Alderrnen proof of pUblication of said notice in the aforesaid newspaper. At the hour C'f 7:30 F. M., on Tuesday, the 2Jrd day of October, 1956, the City Clerk reported to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen that, rursuant to the aforesaid notice of sale of Special Street lrnrroverrent Bonds, there had been filed with him, at or prior to th,,::, hour of 7:30 F. }:., on Tuesday, the 23rd day of October, 1956, One (1) sealed proposal for the pu}'lehase of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Special Street Improvement Ponds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Hississiq::i, and the Clerk then and there Fresented said sealed proFosal to th" Mayor and Board of Aldermen. Thereupon it was ordered by the Vayor that the City Clerk proceed to open the said scaled proposal and to read the san . ~ aloud in thF rresence and hearing of the Nayor and Board of Aldermen and of the bidders and other persons assrnbled.

The City Clerk thereupon proceeded to open and read the

aforesaid bid , whi ~h is suncn:ariZfd as follows: Narre of Bidder

M. A. Saunders and Company

For bonds Bearing Interest at the rates of

Fremium $11.00

1957 - 1961 1962 - 1966

Following the reading of th

Arr;ount of Bid

Net Interest Cost 3.421%

bids, the Nayor and Board of Alderrnen

procet?ded to consider there for the purpose of determining which was the best and most advantageous bid submitted. offer,d and moved the

Whereupon, Alderman B. O. Flliott

adoption of a resolution rejecting all bids and directing

that said bonds be sold at public auction.

This motion was seconded by Alderrran

H. S. Sisk and being put to a roll call vote and all alderrrJen present voted aye and it was so ordered. Following the rej ection of said bids the 1, ayor and Board of Aldernen then stated to those assembled that they

intended to sell such bonds at public auction

and the floor was open for bids on said bonds; Thereupon the following bid was

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Amount of Bid

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Name of Bidder

The First N'ational Bank, Merrphis, Tenn.

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$2.55 Premium

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There being no other or further bids, Alderman B. O. Elliott offered and moved the adoption of the following resolution: RESOLUTICN DIRf':£TING SAL E AND AWARD OF TW.illTY THC'USAND DOILARS ($20,000.00) SPECIAL STRFET IMRPOVTI! PNT BONDS 0F THE CITY OF OXFORD, LAFAYS':l:'I't oOUNT1 , MISSISSIPPI, DATJID [NeWNBill 1, 1956. WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of AlderrLen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, on the 4th day of October, 1956, did adopt a certain resolution directing that Twenty 'lhousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Srecial Street Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi, be offered for sale on sealed bids to be received at the City Hall at Oxford, MiSSissippi, until the hour of 7:30 ..J'

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1.,;:., the 23rd day of October, 1956; and WHLR~S,

as directed by the aforesaid resolution and as required by Chapter

325, Laws of Mississippi, 1946, the City Clerk of the City of Oxford did give notice of the sale of said bonds by publication in the Oxford Lagle, a newspaper published in the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi; said notice having

b.~en

published in said newSpaper at least two times, and the first publication

having b0en made at least ten (10) days preceeding the 23rd day of October, 1956; all as shown by proof of [ublication of said notice filed in the office of the City Clerk; and WHliREAS, the }ayor and Board of Aldermen did meet at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall at 7:30 P. M., on Tuesday, the 23rd day of October, 1956; and WHER1~S,

.at said time and place One (1) s~aled proposal for the purchase o~

said special street improvements bonds was received, examined and considered by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen; and vJHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen did find and deterrnine that it was not to the best interest of the City of Oxford, Mississippi to accept said bid and did adopt a resolution rejecting all bids and directing the sale of said bonds at public auction irrmediately; and whereas when said bonds were so offered for sale a bid was rrade on behalf of The First National Bank, }emphis, Tennessee; and WHERF~S,

the

~ayor

and Board of Aldermen find and deter.mine that the highest

and best bid made for said bonds was made by The First National Bank, Memphis, Tennessee and further find that said offer was accompanied b,) a check payable to the City of Oxford, Mississippi, in the amount of Four Hundred Dollars ($400.00), as a guarantee that said bidder would carry out its contract and purchase the (

bonds if its bid be accepted. NOW TP !:'REFOR?:, BE IT Ri.'SOLVED BY THE' MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDffiFN OF THE CITY OF OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI, AS FC'ILOWS:

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S~CTION 1.

That the Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) Special Street

Improverrent Bonds of the-::ity of Oxford, It.ississippi bearing date of Novembsr 1st 1956 shall be and the sru[e hereby are

awarded and sold to The First National

Bank, Memphis, Termessee in accordance with the offer submitted to

the Eayor

and Board of Aldermen, in words and figures as follows:

BOND DFPARTII,:2NT THE' FIRST NATIONAL BANK l'-AS, the said notice was rublished in s aid newspaper once a week for three

successive publications as required by law, the first pUblication thereof being mon? than 15 days prior to the rreeting held to hear objections and; 'vIHl'~Rr:A.S,

heretofore on tlL 2Jrd day of January, 1956, the Mayor and Eoard

of Aldernen sitting to hear objections, protests and remonstrances against said sf;ecial improvements adjudged that no successful objections had been rrade and heard and did adopt a resolution determining to proceed with said special im:;=roven ents, and; 1.tlHCfLAS,

H;~"p,:rOFOR1',

on the 4th day of October, 1956 the 1,layor and Board

of Alderrrcn did find and determine and ascertain the rstimated cost of said irrf;rovements to be the sum of $20,000.00, and; ~m

i,R:'J\.S, Charter 495 Laws of 1950 of the -State of Mississippi, rrovides

that all r unicipali tics may issue special street improvement bonds to pay for such special street improvements and that such obligations so authoriaed rr.ay be issued at any time after the estimated cost of the special irnproverrents shall have been ascertained by the governing authorities of the rLUnicipality, and; WJff'R[AS, heretofore, to-wit, on the 4th day of October, 1956, the Mayor and Board cf Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi did adopt a resolution to direct the sale of Twenty Thousand Dollars of Special Street Improvetent Bonds of the City of Oxford, Eississippi to be iss ued for the rurrose of paying for the srecial street improverrent on said rortion of Vivian Street as autl-:orized by Chapter 495 of the Laws of MiSSiSSippi, 1950, and;

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WBSEEAS, heretofor p , to-wit:

on the 23rd of Octob r, 1956, pursuant

to advertisement as provided by Chapter 325, Laws of Mississippi, 1946, the aforesaid bonds were awarded and sold to the highest and best bidder therefor, and; WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford do now find and determine that they are fully authorized and empowered to issue the special street improvement bonds of said city in the amount and for the purposes hereinabove set forth and that provision

should be n:ade for the preparation, execution,

issuance and delivery of the said bonds; NOW THMliF'ORE, BE IT RESOLVm BY TH.c.; :rv:AYOR AND BOARD OF ALD2PJvfEN CF THP' CITY OF OXFORD, :tv: ISSISSIPPI , AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1.

That, to raise money for the purpose of paying for the special

improvements on Vivian Street in Ho-Ka Hills Subdivision in the City of Oxford, } ississippi, the cost of which improver.:ents are to be paid in whole or in part by the owner of property abutting to the proposed improvements, there shall be and there hereby are authorized, ordered and directed to be issued the negotiable coupon special street

improve~ent

bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County,

Mississippi, in the principal amount of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00).

The

said bonds shall bear date of November 1, 1956; shall be numbered from One (1) to Twenty (20), inclusive; shall be of the denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) each and shall be payable, both as to principal and intfrest, in lawful money of the ,

United States at The First National Bank of

Memphi~,

Memphis, Tennessee.

The said

bonds shall bear interest at the rates shown hereafter, payable May 1, 1956 and sE1l1i-annually thereaftEr on Novembfr 1 and May 1 in each year until the principal of said bonds, respectively, shall haVe: been paid.

Inter ;st to accrue

on said bonds on and prior to the respective maturity dates thereof shall be payable upon presentation and surrender of interest coupons to be attached thereto and no inter0st shall accrue on said bonds after the respective maturity dates thereof unless said bonds shall bs presented for payment and be not paid.

The said bonds

shall n,ature without option of prior payment in the amounts and at the times per following and shall bear interest at the rate of the per cenVannum set opposite the respective bond numbprs, to-wit: BOND NUMB [iRS

INTm~T

M',OUNT

RATE

t/ATURITY

P ill ANNUl,/; 3-~% 3-~% 3-~% 3-~% 3~%

1 & 2, Incl. 3 & 4, Incl. 5 & 6, Incl. 7 & 8, Incl. 9 & 10, Incl. 11 & 12, Incl. 13 & 14, Incl. 15 & 16, Incl. 17 & 18, Incl. 19 & 20, Incl. SECTION 2.

f%

3l

31[% 31% 31% 31%

$2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000

November Noverr;ber November November Noverrber Noverrber Novenber November Novenber Nov;mber

1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1,

1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

That the said bonds shall be executed by the signature of the

Mayor of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, countersigned by the City Clerk of said City, under the corporate sPal of the said City.

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The interest coupons to be attached

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to each of said bonds shall be executed by the

facs~mile

signatures of said officers

and shall be for the following amounts for the bonds numbered 1 to 14, inclusive; $17.50 and 15 to 20, Inclusive;

$16.25, and thr said bonds and the interpst coupons

attached thereto shall be in substantially the following forms, to-wit: UNIT:1) STATF OF

A} i'~RICA

STATL OF lvjOUNT

110.00 244.81 621.00 244.54 8709.15 568.49 22.52 15.00 9.45 5415.13 47.00 35.05 ~9.4r;

9.213 5.55 2476.41 1.85 33.52 3.20 117.28 58.28 3.45 10.00 14.62 65.05 20.03 7.50 264.80 42.82 79.95 74.47 15.00 18.32 4.25 .42 65.37 219.92

Mrs. Dorothy Hamilton appeared before the Board with a request that the assessment on the building on part lot 58-28-8-3 appearing on Page 61, Line 31 of the assessment roll for the year 1956 be excluded for the year 195~ reasons that the house was not complete January 1, 1956. After consideration of the matter, motion was made by Alderman B. O. Elliott and seconded by Alderman Bennie H. Crouch and passed that Mrs. Hamilton's request be granted, and it is so ordered.

T. F. Alexander appeared before the Board and requested that one building on part lot 2 28-8-3 assessed to Ole Miss Service Station on Page 115, Line 17 for the year 1956 be eleminated for the reasons that the building was removed from this lot in the year 1955, and after consideration of the matter, motion was made by Alderman Bennie H. Crouch and seconded by Alderman Will A. Hickman the assessment of $2000 for this building be struck from the roll, and the 1956 tax in the amount of $06.00 which had been paid on receipt number 369 be refunded, and the Clerk is hereby authorized to issue a check for said amount to Ole Miss Service Station

Mr. J. L. Walker store, and after page 162, line 1 made by Alderman

appeared before the Board and asked for a reduction in the assessment on his a discussion of the matter it appeared that this assessment which appears on of the assessment rolls for the year 1956 was excessive, and motion was Elliott and seconded by Alderman Sisk and passed that it be reduced to $1000.

Pursuant to an advertisement in the Oxford Eagle for bids on Concrete Pipe to be opened at

7:30 P. M. February 5, 1957, bids were received from the following: Choctaw Inc., Memphis, Tennessee Dixie Culvert and Supply Company, Oxford, Mississippi Mid-South Concrete Pipe Company, Memphis, Tennessee After consideration of the foregoing bids, motion was made by Alderman H. S. Sisk and seconded by Alderman B. O. Elliott and passed that the bid from Dixie Culvert and Supply Company be accepted, it being the lowest and best bid.

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Pursuant to an advertisement in the Oxford Eagle for bids on a Front ind Loader to be opened at 7:30 ~. M. February 5, 1957, biis were received from the following:

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Taylor Machinery Company, Memphis Tennessee I{oad Buijders Equipment Company, Hemphis, Tennessee Dal~nple Equipment Company, Memphis, Tennessee After a discussion on the foregoing bids, motion was made, seconded and passed that the matter be postponed to a later meeting, until the Board could see the machines that were bid on.

Nr. ·G. H. Johnson brought to the attention of the Board the custom of having a firemens banquet once a 'rear. Hotion was made by Alderman Elliott and seconded by Alderman Hickman, and passed t lat Hr. Johnson proceed "lith the arrangements and have banquet as in the past.

Mr. G. W. Johnson presented the matter to the Board of having a fixed charge on temporary light connections to replace the policy of requiring a deposit and after a discussion, motion was duly made, seconded, and passed that a flat charge of $5.00 be made plus the current used at the regular price, with no refunds and it is so ordered.

The matter of the employment of ~ws. Annie E. Lane as an assistant in the Clerk and Tax Collector's Office was brought to the attention of the Board and motion was made by Alderman Elliott and seconded by Alderman Crouch, and passed that the en~loyment of Mrs. Lane be approved as of January 14, 1957, at ~175.00 per month.

The matter of the amount of salaries of W. I. ~lills and J. E. Gay came before the Board, and after consideration, motion was made by Alderman Crouch and seconded by Alderman Lovelady, and passed that IvIr. ivlills salary be fixed at !lli225. 00 per month and l'-1r. Gay's salary be fixed at $300.00 per month as of February 1, 1957.



Motion wc.s duly made seconded and passed that this Board do no,.. recess until February 11, 1957 at 7:00 P. N.

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RECESS, REGULAR ¥£ETING

7:00 P. M.

FEBRUARY 11, 1957

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Pursuant to a recess order entered on February 5, 1957, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen met on February 11, 1957 at 7:00 P. M. in the Mayor and Board of Aldermens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the follOwing were present: Richard W. Elliott, Mayor, Presiding Bennie H. Crouch, Alderman

~Jard

One

William N. Lovelady, Alderman Ward Two H. S. Sisk, Alderman Ward Three Will A. Hickman, Alderman Ward Four

J. 1-1. Price, Attorney E. P. Lowe, Engineer Gill '!tI. Johnson, Supt. of Light Department C. P. Fulmer, Clerk

After the meeting had been called to order, the follOwing business was transacted:

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Motion of Alderman Crouch seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed unanimously, it is hereby ordered that the special improvement assessments heretofore levied against Lafayette Sales Company for special improvements to South 14th Street be divided as follows: That Portion of said city lot number 65 conveyed by Lafayette Sales Company on 13 September 1956 to John H. Phillips by deed recorded in Deed Book 160 at Page 39 of the deed records of said county shall hereafter be separately assessed as the separate property of said John H. ~hillips and his successors in title and said property sold to said John H. ?hillips shall be liable for the sum of $197.21 of the princi~ indebtedness for said special improvements now assessed to Lafayette Sales Company: Also that portion of said property conveyed to Dorothy F. Dodson by said Lafayette Sales Company by deed dated 12 Septernber 1956 recorded in Book 160 at Page 45 of the deed records of Lafayette County, Mississippi, shall hereafter be assessed separately to said Dorothy F. Dodson and her successors in title and the proportionate part of the assessments remaining to be paid by said Lafayette Sales Company which shall hereafter be a lien only upon the land of said Dorothy F. Dodson is the sum of $194.06 principaj plus interest and the said Lafayette Sales Company shall remain liable for all other special improvement assessments not hereby released.

l'lr. Irby Seay brought before the Board the matter of a request from Mathews Hhitfield Inc. for extension of time on construction of the sewage disposal plants and after a lengthy discussion of the matter between }1r. Seay, Mr. Mathews and the Board, and on recommendation by Mr. Seay, Alderman H-ckman made a motion that 12 days extension of time be given up to and including January 21, 1957 for bad weather, and he further moved that all other matters pertaining to alleged delay caused by steel strike and delivery of equipment be continued for further study by the Board, this motion was seconded by Alderman Crouch, and passed, and it was so ordered.

Motion was duly made seconded and passed that this Board do now recess untill February 18, 1957 at 7 :J()P. M.

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RECESS, REGULAR HEETING

1957

Pursuant to a recess order entered on February 11, 1957, the Hayor and 80ard of Aldermen met on February It), 1957 at 7 :00 P. I'"l. in the Hayor and Board of Aldermens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the following were present: Richard '-'I. Elliott, Hayor, :?residing B. O. Elliott, Alderm,m at Large Bennie H. Crouch, Alderman Kard One 1:Jilliam ~"!ill

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Lovelady, Alderman iNard Two

A. TIickman, Alderman l:Jard Four

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Price, Attorney

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~ngineer

Gill \rIo Johnson, Supt. of Light Department C. P. Fulmer, Clerk

After the meeting had been calJ.ed to order, the follmving business was transacted: The Hayor and Board of Aldermen took up

a~Etin

for com;ideration the matter of the sale

of One Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($140,000.00) Special Street Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, pursuant to a resolution adopted by said ['layor and Aldermen of the City of Oxford on the

~th

~oard

of

day of January, 1957.

The City Clerk reported that, pursuant to the aforesaid resolution, he did cause to be ~)Ubli8hed

in the Oxford Eagle, a ne:ispaper published in the City of Oxford, Lafayette County,

l'iississippi, a notice that sealed proposals would be received by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen for the sale of said bonds in the chambers of said governing body in the City Hall of said City until the hour of 7:30 o'clock P. H., on I1onday, the 18th day of February, 1957, 1\l!ere and

'iThen

said bonds

wOD~d

be sold, and that said notice was published in said neLvspaper

on January 24th and 31st, 1957 and February 7th, 1957; and the City

~lerk

presented to the

Mayor and Boc::rd of Aldermen proof of publication of said notice in the aforesaid newspaper. At the hour of 7:30 o'clock P. M., on Monday, the 18th day of February, 1957, the City Clerk reported to the Hayor and Board of Aldermen that, pursuant to the aforesaid notice of sale of Special

~treet

Improvement Bonds, there had been filed with him, at or prior to the

hour of 7:30 o'clock P. /t., on Honday, the l/)th day of February, 1957, Six (b) sealed proposals for the pDrchase of One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars ($140,000.00) Special

~treet

Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette Ccunty, Mississippi, and the clerk then and there presented said sealed proposals to the Hayor and '3oard of Aldermen. Thereupon it was ordered by the Nayor that the City Clerk proceed to open the said seeded :)roposals and to read the saJTle aloud in the presence and hearing of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and of the bidders and other persons assembled.

The City Clerk thereupon

proceeded to open and read the aforesaid bids, which are swmnarized as follows:

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For Bonds Bearing interest at the rate of

Name of Bidder

Herman Bensdorf & Company Alvis & Company Harrington & Co., Inc.

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M. A. ~aunders & Co., Inc. & Union Planters Natl. Bank Allen and Company & Scharff and Jones & John R. Nunnery Company Lewis & Company & Kroeze, IlIJ.cLarty & Co.

Amount of Bid

Net Interest Cost

premium-$39.20

3.1767%

premium $154.00

3.1e454545%

3%; 58 thru 62

3~%; 63 thru 67

3-3/4% 58 thru 62 3% 63 thru 67 3~% 58 thru 63 317~ 64 thru 67 3~% 58 thru 63 34 %64 thru 67

premium $11.11 premium $43.40

3~% 58 thru 61

310 62 thru 63

J~% 64 thru 67

First National Bank of Nemphis, Tennessee

premilL"Tl $50.00 3.265% average interest cost over life of bonds

Followinr, the reading of the bids, The Mayor and Board of Aldermen proceeded to consider them for the purpose of determining which was the best and most advantageous bid submitted. l~lhereupon,

Alderman \-.fill A. Hickman offered and moved the adopticn of the following resolution:

RESOLUTION DlREGrING SALE AND A.vARD OF ONE HUNDID..Ll AT\TD FO>lTY THOUSAND DOLIA qs ($140,000.00). SPECIAL STREET IHPROVEME:N'I' BONDS OF THE CITY OF OXFORD, LAFAY"STTE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, DATED MARCH 1, 1957. WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, on the 8th day of January, 1957, did adopt a certain resolution directing that One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars ($140,000.00) Special street Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County,

~lississippi,

be offered for sale on sealed bids at 7:30 o'clock P. M., on Monday, the

18th day of February, 1957, in the Chambers of this governing body in the City Hall of said City; and ~vHE=tZAb,

as directed by the aforesaid resolution and as reqUired by Chapter 325, Laws

of Ynssissippi, 1946, the City Clerk of the City of Oxford did give notice of the sale of said bonds by publication in the Oxford Eagle, a newspaper published in the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi; said notice having been published in said newspaper at least two times, and the first publication having been made at least ten (10) days preceeding the 18th day of February, 1957; all as ShOI.n by proof of publication of said notice filed in the office of the City Clerk; and ~'JHE

BAS, the IVlayor and Board of Aldermen did meet at the office of the said governing

body in the City Hall of said City at 7:30 o'clock P. H., on Monday, the 18th day of February, 1957; and, hHEREAS, at said time and place six (6) sealed proposals for the purchase of said special street improvement bonds were received, examined and considered by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen; and 1r~HER.EAS,

the Mayor and Board of Aldermen find and determine that the highest and best

bid made for said bonds was made by Herman Bensdorf & Company of Memphis, Tennessee and Alvis and Company, of Jackson, Memphis and further find that said offer was accompanied by a check payable to the City of Oxford, IJIississippi, in the amount of Twenty Eight Hundred Dollars ($2,800.00), as a guarantee that said bidders would carry out their contract and purchase the bonds if their bid be accepted.

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Bi; IT R.ESOL 'fED BY THE MAYO R Al'TD SOA,1.D OF ALDERMEN OF TH3 CITY OF OXFOW,

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ISSIP?I, AS FOLLOl'JS: SECTIon 1.

That the One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars ($140,000.00) Special Street

Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Mississippi bearing date of March 1st, 1957 shall be and the same hereby are awarded and sold to Herman Bensdorf & Company of Nemphis, Tennessee and their associates, Alvis & Company of Jackson, Hississippi in accordance 1..;rith the offer submitted to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, in words and figures as folloHs: IlInvestment Securities

HERNAN BENSDORF & COHP ANY Commerce Title Building T.ilemphis, Tennessee

Telephone 5-5058 Teletyoe HE 295 February 18, 1957

To: Honorable Hayor & Board of Aldermen Ci ty of Oxford Oxford, Mississippi For ~140,000.00 bonds, proposed to be is::ued by City of Oxford, Hississippi for Special street Improvement purposes, said bonds to be dated Harch 1, 1957 bearing interest at the rate of 3 and 3-?t% per annum, vJhich shall be payable semi-annually in the months of September and March, both principal and interest to be payable at National "Sank of Conunerce, IJlemphis, Tennessee said bonds to be of the denomination of $1,000, and to mature serially on Harch 1: $14,000 each 1958 through 1967 T'Jithout option of prior payment, and to be general obligations of said City of Oxford, Hississippi 1'ie 1..;rill pay you for said bonds delivered to us in Memphis, Tennessee par and accrued interest plus a premium of ~P39. 20 for ~nO,OOO bonds bearing interest at the rate of 3% and maturing 1958 through 1962 inclusive, and for $70,000 bonds bearing interest at the rate of 3-?t% and maturing 1963 throUGh 1967 inclusive (total interest cost 3.1767%) ?HOVIDED that you promptly furnish us, prior to the delivery of the bonds to us, 1rJithout cost to us, a full transcript, properly certified, of all proceedings had prior to and incident to this issue, satisfactorily evidencing to our attorneys the legality of the issue in all respects; and, you agree to take such further action as our attorneys may reql:ire, to establish the validity of said issue. As an evidence of our good faith, we hand you herel-lith our check No. 11620 for *;2,800.00 to be held by you uncashed pel"ding our com.;liance ,nth the terms and conditions of this bid, and to be forfeited by us as full liquidated damages in case of our failure to comply 1rJith the terms and conditions of this agreement. If for any reason this bid is not accepted, or if for any reason onr attorneys decline to approve the issue, said check is to be immediately returned to us. Alvis & Company, JacKson, jlljississippi

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Respectfully submitted, W.;; ?MAN

By:

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& COHPANY

J uli us Frank

Accepted and agreed to by resolution duly passed by the Hayor and Board of .Hdermen of the Ci ty of Oxford, Mississippi this H3 day of February 1957. /s/ Richard \f. 2;lLiott Hayor Attest / s/ C. P. Fulmer, Clerk

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SEcrrON 2. That the Hayor and City Clerk be and they are hereby authorized and directed to endorse upon the aforesaid offer a suitable notation to evidence the acceptance thereof for and on behalf of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi SECTIUN 3.

That the good faith ci1ecks filed by all unsuccessful bidders forthwith be returned

to them upon their respective receipts therefore, and that the good faith check filed by the successful bidder be retained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen as a guarantee that the bidder will carry out his contract and purchase the bonds pursuant to the aforesaid bid and contract. If said successful bidder fail to purchase the bonds pursuant to the aforesaid bid and contract, the amount of such good faith check shall be retained by the City of Oxford, Mississippi as

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4. That the Mayor and Board of Aldermen shall hereafter, by proper action,

provide for the preparation, execution and delivery of the afore said bonds in accordance with the terms of the aforesaid contract. Alderman B. O.

~lliott

seconded the motion to adopt the foregoing resolution, and the

question being put to a roll call vote, the result was as follows: Alderman B. O. Elliott voted:

Yes

Alderman Eennie H. Crouch voted:

Yes

Al:::lerman 1.rJilliam N. Lovelady voted: Alderman H. S. Sisk voted:

Yes

Absent

Alderman Hill A. Hiclanan voted:

Yes

The motion having received the affirmative vote of all of the Aldermen present, the Mayor declared the motion carried and the resolution adopted, this the 18th day of February, A.

1957. AP?ROVED:

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Jv1..AYOR ATTEST:

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P. Fulmer CITY CLERK

Elliott

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The IJIayor and Board of Aldermen again took up the matter of the issuance of One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars

(~14U,OUU.OU)

Special Street Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford,

I'1ississippi pursuant to resolutions of said Mayor and Board of Aldermen as authorized by Chapter 495 of the Laws of Mississippi, 1950, as amended, and foll01ring a discussion of the subject Alderman B. O. Elliott offered and moved the adoption of the following resolution: A i1.ESOLUTlON AljTt-~OTIZING MID DI::tECTP'G THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL STREET IHPROV~ME~TT BONDS OF TH~ CITY OF OXFOHD, MISSISSIPPI IN TH~ PRI~TCTPAL A1-iOUNT OF ONE HUJlIDRED A:~m FOR.TY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($140,000.00); PRESCRIBING THE FORM AND n!CIDEt..lTS OF SAID BONDS AND ~1AKING PROVISIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF THS PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST OF SAID BONDS. \-IHEREAS, heretofore on the 7th day of November lY5b, the Mayor and Board of AldermeD of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, acting upon the request of property owners on all that portion of :Villiams Avenue Extended lying between Avent Acres Subdivision and 'Jark Drive; the entire length of Park Drive from Bramlett Gardens Subdivision on the south of the north boundary line of the Gity of Oxford, JVlississippi; and all that part of South lOth street lying between the old south boundary line of the City of Oxford, Mississippi and Cleveland Avenue; and the entire length of the following streets in Part 1 of

Braw~ett

Gardens Subdivision to the City of Oxford,

Mississippi, to-l·rit: Bramlett Boulevard and f1cLaurin Street and also that part of Sisk AVenue lying in said Part 1 of Bramlett Gardens Subdivision from Avent Acres Subdivision to Poplar Heights; all streets being as

sho~m

upon the official map of the City of Oxford, Mississippi

or the maps and plats of the subdivisions referred to; did adopt a resolution declaring necessary certain special improvements over, on and along said streets, locating them, providing for the manner in which they were to be made, 9roviding for publication of said resolution and setting the 4th day of December, 1956, at 7:30 o'clock, in the regular meeting room of this governing body as the date, time and place for the meeting of this body to hear objections and remonstrances of any persons aggrieved that might be made to said improvements; and, 'i\;K~REAS,

said resolution was published in the Oxford Eagle as required by law on the 8th,

15th and 22nd days of November, 1956, and; 1-JHEREAS, the said notice "las published in said newspaper once a week for three successive publications as required by 1a:v, the first publication thereof being more than 15 days prior to the meeting held to hear objecticns and; ~:HEREAS,

heretofore on the 4th day of December, 1956, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen sitting

to hear objections, protests and remonstrances against said special improvements adjudged that no successful objections had been made

an~

heard and did adopt a resolution

determini~g

to proceed

with said special improvements, and; 1rJHEflEAS, heretofore on the 4th day of December, 1956, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen acting upon the request of property owners on South 18th street, Ross Avenue and Johnson Avenue Extended, ~eing

all that part of said streets lying and being in Haley Subdivision, Part III, in the City

of Oxford, Mississippi, as said streets are shown and designated upon the official map and Dlat of said subdivision, did adopt a resolution declaring necessary certain special improvements over, on and along the entire length of said streets as above described, locating them, providing for the manner in which they were to be made, providing for pUblication of said resolution and settiI1.f" the 8th day of Jam.Jary, 1957, at 7:30 o'clock P. 11., in the regular meeting room of this governing body as the date, time and place for the meeting of this body to hear objections and

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remonstrances of any persons aggrieved that might be made to said improvements, and; '\v'HEi1.2:AS, said resolution was published in the Oxford Eagle as required by law on the 6th, 13th and 20th days of December, 1956 and; 1tlliEqF.AS, the said notice was published in said newspaper once a week for three successive publications as required by law, the first publication thereof being more than 15 days prior to the meeting held to hear objections, and; 1tlliEREAS, heretofore on the 8th day of January, 1957, the 'Mayor and Board of Aldermen sitting to hear objections, protests and remonstrances against said special improvements adjudged that no successful objections had been made and heard and did adopt a resolution determining to proceed ..lith said'special improvements, and; ~~HEREAS,

Chapter 495 Laws of Mississippi, 1950, provides that all municipalities

may issue

special street improvement bonds to pay for such special improvements and that such obligations so authorized may be issued at any time after the estimated cost of the special improvements shall have been ascertained by the governing authorities of the municipality, and; v,lliEREAS, heretofore on the 8th day of January, 1957, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen did receive the report of the City Engineer as to the cost of the Special Improvements theretofore directed to be made by the resolutions hereinabove referred to and after fully considering the matter did adopt a resolution finding and ascertaining and determining the estimated cost of said special improvements to be $140,000.00; also finding, determining and ascertaining that if bonds were issued by the City of Oxford,

¥~ssissippi

in the amount of $140,000.00 to

p~

for

said special improvements that the cmount of such bonds, when added to the outstanding bonded indebtedness of the City of Oxford, Mississippi would not exceed any statutory or constitutional limit of indebtedness, further finding that the amount of

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property in said municipality

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according to the last completed assessment for taxation was $6,138,120 and the outstanding bonded indebtedness of said municipality, exclusive of the $140,000 worth of bonds proposed to be issued and School Bonds and revenue bonds, is the sum of $36e,400.00.

At the same time and

in the same resolution said governing authority directed the sale of One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars ($140,000.00) of Special Street Improvement Bonds of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, to be issued for the purpose of paying the cost of the special improvements above referred to and set Monday, the 18th day of February, 1957 at 7:30 o'clock P. M., in the meeting room of this governing body as the date, time and place fer the sale of said bonds and did direct the clerk to give notice of the sale of said bonds as required by Chapter 325, Laws of l'1ississippi, 1946, and; 1tlliEREAS said notice was published in the Oxford Eagle as required by law on January 24th and 31st, 1957 and February 7th, 1957, and; wHEREAS, the said notice was published in the Oxford Eagle at least two times, the first publication being made at least ten (10) days preceding the date set for said reception of bids, /

and; t,mEREAS, heretofore, to-wit: on the 18th day of February, 1957, pursuant to said notice of

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HHEREAS the City of Oxford, l'-lississippi has not issued any bonds or other evidencES of indebtedness since the resolution was adopted directing the sale of these bonds on January 8th, 1957 the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the said City of Oxford, Mississippi do now find and determine that the amount of such bonds,when added to the outstanding bonded indebtedness of the City of Oxford, Mississippi does not exceed any statutory or constitutional limit of indebtedness, and; :mE1EAS, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the said City of Oxford do

now find and

determine that they are fully authorized and empowered to issue the special street improvement bonds of said city in the amount and for the purposes hereinabove set forth and that provision should now be made for the preparation, execution, issuance and delivery of the said bonds; Nm! THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED i3Y THE IVlAYOR AN;] BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF OXFORD,

HISSISSIPPI, AS FOLLOHS: SECTION 1.

That the findings of fact and determinations hereinabove set forth in the

preamble to this resolution are hereby readopted and made again as fully and completely as if set out herein and That, to raise money for the purpose of paying for the special improvements on ':jilliams Avenue Extended, from Avent Acres Subdivision to Park Drive, and on Park Drive from Bramlett Gardens St:.bdivision to the Northern Boundary of the City Limits, and on Bramlett Soulevard in Bramlett Gardens Subdivision along its entir,::; length in Part I of said subdivision, and on that part of Sisk Avenue in said Bramlett Gardens Subdivision lying between Avent Acres Subdivision and Poplar Heights, and on all that part of McLaurin Street lying in Part I of said Bramlet Gardens Subdivision, and on all that part of South 10th Street lying between Cleveland Avenue and the Old City Limits of Oxford, Mississippi, and on South 18th Street from qoss Avenue to Johnson Avenue Extended, in Haley Subdivision, Part III, and all of Ross Avenue and Johnson Avenue :;;xtended lying within Haley Subdivision, Part III, all in the City of Oxford, COUl1ty of Laf2yette and State of Nississippi, and as shown on the map of the City of Oxford, I1ississippi and the maps and plats of the subdivisions referred to, the cost of which improvements are to be paid in whole or in part by the owners of property abutting to the proposed improvements, there shall be and there hereby are authorized, ordered and directed to be issued the negotiable special street improvement bonds of the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Hississippi, in the principal amount of One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dolla rs ($140,000.00).

The said bonds shall

bear date of Harch 1, 1957; shall be numbered from One (1) to One Hundred ani Forty (140), inclusive; shall be of the denominations of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) each and shall be payable,

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as to principal and interest, in lawful money of the United States at the National

Bank of Commerce, Hemphis, Tennessee.

The said bonds shall bear interest at the rates shown

hereafter, payable Se.?':,ember 1, 1957 and semi-annually thereafter on l'larch 1 and Septemher 1 in each year until the pri':1':::ipal of said bor..ds, respectively, shall have been paid.

Interest

to accrue on said bonds on and prior to the respective maturity dates thereof shall be payable upon presentation and surrender of interest coupons to be attached thereto and no interest shall "-

accrue on said bonds after the respective maturity dates thereof unless said bonds shall be duly presented for payment and be not paid.

The said bonds shall mature without option of prior

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of prior payment in the amounts and at the times following and shall bear interest at the rate of the per cent per annum set opposite the respective bond numbers, to-wit: BOND NUMBERS 1 to 14, IncI. 15 to 28, IncI. 29 to 42, IncL· 43 to 56, Incl. 57 to 70, IncI. 71 to 84, IncI. 85 to 98, IncI. 99 to 112, IncI. 113 to 126, Incl. 127 to lLo, Incl. SECTION 2.

INTEREST RA'I'E PER ANNUM

AMOUNT

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3t% 3-% 3*% 3±% 3t%

$14,000 $14,000 $14,000 $14,000 $14,000 ~~14,000

$14,000 $14,000 $14,000 $14,000

YLATURFrY Harch March March March March March Harch March March Harch

1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1,

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

That the said bonds shdl be executed by the signature of the Hayor of the

Hayor of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, countersigned by the City Clerk of said City, under the corporate seal of said City.

'rhe interest coupons to be attached to each of said bonds

shall be executed by the facsimile signatures of said officers and shall be for the following amounts for the bonds numbered 1 to 70, Inchsive: .$15.00 and for bonds numbered 71 to 140, incllJsive: $16.25, and the said bonds and the interest coupons attached thereto shall be in substantially the following forms,

to-~Qt:

----'% Special Street Improvement Bond No.

$1,000.00 Know all men by these presents that the City of Oxford, in the County of Lafayette,

State of Mississippi, acknowledges itself indebted and, for value received, hereby promises to pay to bearer the sum of O~lli

THOUSAND DOLLARS

($1,000.00) on the 1st day of Harch, 19__ , with interest thereon from the date hereof at the rate of

per centum ______ %) per annum, payable Septerr:ber 1, 1957,

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and semi-annually thereafter on September 1 and Harch 1 in each year until this bond shall have been fully paid.

Interest accruing on this bond on and prior to the maturity date hereof shall

be payable upon presentation and surrender of the interest coupons hereto attached as they severally become due, and no interest shall accrue on this bond after the maturity date hereof unlesb this bond be duly presented for payment and be not paid, in which event interest shall continue hereon at the rate hereinabove specified until this bond be paid. Both principal of and interest on this bond are payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the National Bank of Commerce, in the City of MemphiS, State of Tennessee; and for the prompt payment of tnis bond and the interest thereon, according to the terms hereof, the special assessments hereinafter to be made and the full faith, credit and resources of the City of Oxford, Mississippi are hereby irrevocablY

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This bond is one of a series of One Hundred and Forty (140), all of like date, tenor and effect, except as to number, rate of interest and date of maturity and numbered from one (1) to One Hundred and Forty (140), inclusive, aigregating the principal amount of One Hundred and Forty Thousand Dollars (140,00U.00) of an authorized issue of the corporate authorities of said city for the purpose of paying for special improvements on :=3ramlett Boulevard, Sisk Avenue and NcLaurin Street in Part I of 3ramlett Gardens Subdivision, and on South leth Street, Ross Avenue and Johnson Avenue Sxtended in Part III of Haley's Subdivision, and on hfilliams Avenue 2:xtended, Park Drive and South 10th street, all in the City of Oxford, Nississippi. under and by authority of and in strict compliance

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This bond is issued

the constitutLn and statutes of the

state of Nississippi, including among others an act of the legislature of said state entitled "AN ACT to auVlOrize the municipalities of the state to assess local improvements against property henefited thereby; orovi:iing how such assessments shall be made, and how payment thereof sh811 be enforced; to authorize the municipalities to borrow money for such improvements;" oassed by the legislature and approved April Ib, 1950, being Chapter 495 of the Laws of the State of Nississippi, 1950. It is hereby certified, recited an:i represented that all acts, conditions, and things required to be done precedent to and in the issuance of t;,is bon:i, in order to make the same a legal, Valid and binding obligation of said city, have been done, have hapoened, and have been perfcrmed in due and regular time, form, and manner, as required by lal-'[; that the amount of this bond and the issue of which it is one, together with all other outstanding indebtedness of said city, does not exceed any statutory or constitutional limit of indebtedness; and that due provision las been and will be made for the C'.lIDual levy and collection of a tax upon all the taxable property v-ri thin said city and upon the

prCpt';i~ty

::opecially benefited by said improvements

::iufficient to pay the principal of this bond at maturity and the interest thereon as it accrues. IN

'~iTnrESS

··Ii{E::EOF, the City of Oxford, Hississippi, acting herein by and through the Nayor

and Board of Jlldermen of the City of Oxford, Hississippi, its governing authority, has caused this bond to be executed by the signature of the Mayor of said City, countersigned by the City Clerk of said city, un:ier the cOr?orate seal of said city, and has caused the annexed interest coupons to be executed by the facsimile signateres of said officers and this bond to be dated the 1st day of Narch, 1957. THi: CITY OF OXFORD, HISSISSIP?I By: Mayor of the::;ity of Oxford, Mississiooi Countersigned:

City Clerk of the City of Oxford,

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Narch On the first day of September, 19___ , the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi, promises to pay to bearer _________________Dollars and _________________ Cents ($__________ ) in lawful money of the United states of America at the National Bank of Commerce, in the City of Memphis, State of Tennessee, for interest due that date on its Special Street Improvement Bond dated Harch 1, 1957 and numbered ________________ THE CITY OF OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI By:

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Mississippi

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City Clerk of the City of Oxford, Mississippi (REGISTRATION AND VALIDATION CEJ.TIFI CATE) STATE OF

MISSIS~3IPPI)

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COUNTY OF LAFAYETTE) I, C. P. Fulmer, City Clerk within 2nd for the City of Oxford in Lafayette County, IVJ:ississippi, do hereby certify that the within bond has been registered in (

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office in a

book kept for that purpose, as provided by law. I do further certify that the within bond has been validated and confirmed by decree of the Chancery Court of Lafayette County, Mississippi, rendered on the _______day of _______ ,1957.

City Clerk SECTION 3.

That, in order to provide for the payment of the aforesaid bonds and the

interest thereon, there shall be made special assessments on abutting property owners for their pro rata share of said special improvements and that in addition thereto there shall be and is hereby directed to be levied and collected, at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes of said city are levied and collected, a direct, continuing annual tax upon all taxable property within the boundaries of said city sufficient in amount to provide for the payment of the princi9al and interest on said bonds as the same matures and accrues, allOwing for special assessments to be levied on abutting property ovmers for their pro rata share of the costs of said special improvements.

It shall be the duty of the tax levying authority of said City in

each year while any of the bonds iSS11ed shall remain outstanding and unpaid, . . ri thout any fUrther direction or authority, to levy and collect the taxes herein provided for, and the rate of taxation to be levied each year shall be sufficient, after making allowances for delinquencies in the payment of taxes and the costs of collection, to provide the sums required in each year for the payment of said interest and principal.

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Should there be a failure in any year to comply

with the requirements of this section, such failure shall not impair the rights of the holders of any of said bonds in any subsequent year to have adequate taxes levied and collected to meet the obligations of the bonds herein authorized to be is[;ued, both as to principal and interest.

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That the proceedings had incident to the issuance of the bonds herein authorized shall be submitted to validation under the provisions of Title 18, Chapter 1 of the

~ussissippi

Code of 19h2, and to that end the City Clerk shall be and he is hereby authorized and instructed to make up and to certify to the state's Bond Attorney a full and complete transcript of proceedings and other docunlents in relation to the authorization and issuance of said bonds. SECTION

5.

That lr,lhen the said bonds shall have been prepared, validated, and executed as

herein provided, they shall be registered by the City Clerk in a book kept for that purpose in his office, and the said clerk shall sign the registration and vali::iotion certificate endorsed thereon. SECTIUN 6.

That when the said bonds shall have been registered as hereinabove provided

the City Clerk shall be and he is hereby authorized and directed and instructed to deliver the same to the purchasers thereof under the terms of the contract for the sale of said bonds dated February l/:), 1957, which said contract is hereby in all respects ratified, ap'Jroved and confirmed. SECTION 7.

That the City Attorney, J. I':. Price, be paid a fee of 1% of the amount of said

bonds for his services in connection with the issuance of said bonds. SECTION 8.

That all orders and resolutions, or any part thereof, which may in any manner

conflict with the provision of this resolution shall be and the same are hereby repealed and rescinded insofar as they may so conflict. SECTION 9.

That the issuance of the bonds as herein provided and the construction of the

aforesaid special improvements being immediately necessary, this resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after

its passage and approval.

Alderman Bennie H. Crouch seconded the motion to adopt the foregoing resolution and the question being P1,t to a roll Gall vote, the result was as follows: Alderman B. O. Elliott voted:

Yes

Alderman Bennie H. Crouch voted:

Yes

AIde r'man :,Jilliam N. Lovelady voted: Alderman H. S. Sisk voted:

Yes

Absent

Alderman 1!Till A. Hickman voted:

Yes

The motion having received the affirmative vote of all of the aldermen present, the Mayor declared the motion carried and the resolution adopted this 18th day of February, A. D., 1957. AP?]OVED: lsi Richard ~'j. Elliott OF THE CITY OF OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI

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ATTEST: lsi c. P. Fulmer CITY CLERK OF THE: CITY OF OXFORD, NISSISSIPPI

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Again came on for consideration the bids received on a Front End Loader at the regular meeting February 5, 1957 and action continued to a future meeting. Motion was made by Alderman Crouch and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that all bids received on Front End Loader be rejected.

The matter of redempticn of ?art lot 59 28-8-3 (Lot 19 Oldham Subdivision) which sold to the City September 21, 1953 for 1952 taxes. After consideration of the matter, Alderman Lovelady moved that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute a q1.Jiet claim deed to said lot if and when all delinquent taxes, interest, and penalties had been paid~ Alderman Crouch seconded this moticn, and all Aldermen present voted yea, and it is so ordered.

Pursuant to an advertisement in the Oxford Eagle for bids on Special Street Improvements to be opened February 18, 1957, bids were received from the following: Oxford Asphalt Company - Oxford, Mississippi B. ~. Walker Construction Co. - Jackson, Miss. Volz Construction Company - Ripley, Tennessee G & Z Contracting Company - l'lemphis, Tennessee

$124,278.34 122,100.50 117,526.76 122,379.95

After the foregoing bids were opened and read, motion was made seconded and passed that they be turned over to IvIr. Lowe, City Engineer, for tabulation and to report at the men meeting of tne Board.

-Motion was duly made seconded and passed that this Board do now recess until February 19, 1957 at 4:00 p,: M.

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'Jursuant to a recess order entered on February 18, 1957, the Hayor and '3oard of Aldermen met on February 19, 1957 at 4:00 P. M. in the IJiayor and Board of Aldermens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the followins: were present: '~'{ichard

\,j. Elliott, Mayor, Dresiding

'3. O. Elliott, Alderman at Large

Bennie H. Crouch, Alderman \"Jard One T,o,Jilliam

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1:Jill A. Hickman, Alderman ':.ard Four

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Clerk

After the meetinsT had been called to order, the following business was transacted: Again came on for considerat:,on the oids on bpecial street Improvements opened at the meeting on Februcry 18, 1957, and passed to the next meeting for tabulaticn. Hoticn was made by Aldern:an E:lliott and seconded by Alderman 8rouch and passed that the bid from Volz Construction Con:pany be accepted, it beinG the lowest and best bid.

Motion was duly mad.e seconded and passed that this Board do nov! recess until February at 7: 30 P. H.

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RECESS, RECESS, RECESS, RECESS, REGULAR I1EETING

7:30 P. M.

FEBRUARY 25, 1957

Pursuant to a recess order entered on February 19, 1957, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen met on February 25, 1957 at 7:30 P. M. in the Mayor and Board of Aldermens' Chamber in the City Hall when and where the following were present: Richard

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Elliott, Mayor, Presiding

B. O. Elliott, Alderman at Large Bennie H. Crouch, Aldel'man vJard One v:illiam N. Lovelady, Alderman "V-]ard T.,.,m H. S. Sisk, Alderman \,Ii'ard Tl1ree 1\'ill A. Hickman, Alderman 1:Jard Four

J. vI. Price, Attorney E. P. Lowe, Engineer Gill vI. Johnson, Supt. of Light Department C. P. Fulmer, Clerk

Afte~

the meeting was called to order the following business was transacted:

Came on for consideration the matter of running a sewer line to the Coer's property in What is known as Haley Hollow and after a discussion of the matter, motion was made by Alderman Elliott and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that a sewer line be run to said property and that the City Engineer and City Attorney proceed to acquire easements for same.

The matter of purchasing approximately 22 acres of land adjacent to and immediately north of the present Cemetery from T. E. Avent for the purpose of enlarging the present Cemetery came up for consideration. After a discussicn of the matter, Alderman Elliott made a motion that said land be purchased for $10,000.00 to be paid over a period of 20 years at 3% interest per annum provided a warranted deed can be obtained. This motion was seconded by Alderman Lovelady and all aldermen present voted yea, and it is so ordered.

Mr. G. N. Johnson brought to the attention of the Board the meeting of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors in Jackson, Mississippi, March 4th and 5th and advised that someone from the Electrical Department should attend this meeting. Motion was made by Alderman Elliott and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that Mr. Johnson and Mr. Crowson attend this meeting and expenses be paid by the Electric Department and it is so ordered.

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HAl.CH 5, 1957

Pursuant to a recess order entered on February 25, 1957, the Hayor and 302rd of Aldermen met Narch 5, 1957 at 7:00 P. M. in the I1ayor and .soard of AIJermens' 8hambe c in the City Hall when and where the follo~:im' were Dresent: ':lYe

Richard 1:•• Elliott, Hayor, Presiding B. O. £llictt, Alde;'man at Large Rennie H. Crouch, Alderman :Iard One 'hilliam N. Lovelady, Alderman I'lard Two H. S. Sisk, Alderman "'lard Three 1':ill A. Hi clonan , Alderman Hard Fc\;r

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E. P. 100Je, Engineer Ne1vt King, Harshal

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Fulmer, Clerk

After the meeting had been called to order, the following business was trciDsactE'd:

tJioticn was made seconded and passed unanimously that the minutes of the February meetings be adopted as read:

On motion duly made and seconded and passed ur,.s.rimot:sly, it adjourn sine-die:

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7:30 P. M.

MARCH 5, 1957

Be it remembered that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi met in regular session at the City Hall at 7:30 P. M., Tuesday, March 5, 1957, it being the time and place fixed by law for the holding of said meeting, when and where the follcwing were present: Richard W. Elliott, Hayor, Presiding B. O. Elliott, Alderman at Large Rennie H. Crouch, Alderman l-vard One William N. Lovelady, Alderman I'lard Two H. S. Sisk, Alderman 1.oJard Three :Jill A. Hickman, Alderman Ward Four

J. W. Price, Attorney E. P. Lowe, Engineer Newt King, Marshal Gill W. Johnson, Sl'.pt. of Light Department C. P. Fulmer, Clerk



After the Meeting had been called to order, the following business was transacted: Motic~

was duly made, seconded and passed unanimously and it was ordered that the following accounts be allowed for payment: except 4;,150.50 to \'Jilliam H. Ivy in the Sewer Construction Fund: ACSOUNT NO.

AMOUNT

COR.DORATIUN FUND

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1260 1271 1276 1277 1278 1279 1280 1281 1282 1283 1284 1285 1286 1287 1288 1289 1290 1291

Paul Davis c. P. Fulmer, Clerk - Payroll 2-14-57 Richard H. Elliott, Salary for February wlh $4.50 B. O. Elliott, Salary for February wlh ~.56 Bennie H. Crouch, SalaFJ for February wlh $.56 TNilliam lIT. Lovelady, Salary for Feb. wlh $5.16 H. S. Sisk, Salary for February wlh ~.56 Will A. Hickman, Salary for February wlh ~;.56 J. 1·'wT • Price, Salary for February wlh $2.25 E D Lowe, Salary for February wlh $19.20 C. D" Fulmer, Salary for February wlh $20.48 Annie E. Lane, Salary for February ~v/h ~j5. 24 Narie W. Gillis, Salary for February wlh $41. 06 Ne,olice St3ticn Oxford Light & It:ater Plant - City Garage United Gas Corporation - Police btation qebel Chevrolet Cnmpany - Squipment repairs United Gas CorQoration - City Girage +" Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Company - Police :J +"a"lon Linn Sand and Gravel Company - ']ravel ]". H. Scott - .R.adio repair for 'Jolice Car J. H. Oliver & Compan;:'T - Street brooms without handles HuycCins & Hilbun Botor Company - Axle for dump truck Lehman-Roberts Company Inc. - CoLi lVlix Asphault Ole Miss Service Station - Tire repair H. 8£ S. Chevrolet Company - Axle F. l:J. Belk & Son Hotor Company - EqLipment repairs Oxf'ord l\'[otor Company - Police car repairs Oxford Tractor Company - Equipment repairs Ozburn Al:Jston &: Company - seat covers for truck Oxford AV.to Parts Company - Equipment & Squipment repairs Elliott HardvJare COi:tpany - Prooms for street 8.:11ictt Hard1rlc-re Company - Cement for street Truss Hotor Company - R.epairs for front end loader Standard ~'!elders bupply Ccnp8.ny - Shop eqllipment Hississippi Paint~r Varnish Corp. - Traffic paint ':)a£T';ell Service Station - Squipment repairs Bruce qecap)ing Company - 1ecapping tires IV'Jy8rs & Kni;:rht Buick-Equipment Company - steam cleaning front end loader St?nclard (til Comnan;'T - Pdn"S thinner &. Gasoline Doyle &. Charles Ivy - Clay 1ravel ~agle Signal Corporation - ~treet Lighting 01Jpplies If:illiam H. Ivy - Yil1iams Avenue Layout l\illia.rn H. Ivy - E3torm S81.;rer Varner Loop 8:. Sleveland Ave. Centerline Description l'lillimrl H. Ivy - Street Const. tTotes Daley Lumber Company Inc. - Survey Stakes iviemphis D-u.blishinC! Company - Notice to Ttate of Mississippi, as shown u~on the official map of said city in use since June 6, 1939, copie~; of IoThich map are on file in the office of the Mayor of said City and the Chancery Clerk of said Ccunty. Re~pectfully

submitted, this the 5th day of jVlarch, 1957

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C. S. Haney

After carefully considering the forec:oirg petition and on motion duly made, seconded 2nd passed unomiou::;ly it is hereby ordered that a hearing be had on said rr:att2r at the time and place specified in the follovJinV notice and that said notice be published as required by la"T: the notice referred to beinq: ClS follO,ors:

Ti'H2lEAS, C. S. Honey, hti0 peti ticned the l'wyor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Uxford, Mississippi, to re-zone from residential to cormr:ercial uses the oroperty described as:

The North half of Lot Number 4J in Sections 21 and 28, tovJY1ship 8 south, range 3 ]'Test, in the city of Oxford, County of Lafayette and ;:)tate of Hiscissippi, as shmm

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upon the official map of said city in use since June 6, 1939, copies of which map are, on file in the office of the Mayor of said City and the Chancery Clerk of said County. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to all property owners and citi3ens interested that a meeting of the lvjayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, will be held at 7:30 o'clock P. M., on Tuesday the 2nd day of April, 1957 at the City Hall of said City, to hear ob:ections and protests against said change and to do such other acts and things with, respect to said petiticn as may seem just and proper. Objections and protests against said change may be filed with the City Clerk of the City of Oxford, Mississippi at any time prior to said meeting.

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lsi c. P. Fulmer Clerk of the City of Oxford, Hississippi

Gayle Hilson appeared before the Board and requested damage in the amount of $390.00 done to his 1956 crop by the construction of sewer line, and on recommendation by E. P. Lowe, City Sngineer, motion was made by Alderman Crouch and seconded by Alderman Elliott and passed that the Clerk be authorized to issue a check for said amount to iV'lI'. Hilson.

A bill was presented to the Board from C. M. Smith in the amount of $325.00 for crop damage, fences and expense of correcting erosion problems caused by construction of sewer line across his property. 'After consideration of the matter motion was made by Alderman Lovelady and seconded by Alderman Sisk and passed that the Clerk be allthorized to issue a check to Mr. Smith for $325.00 for said damage.

Mr. Johnson brought to the attention of the board the immediate need of a Fire Hose and after a discussion Alderman Lovelady made a motion that the matter be considered an emerryency and Mr. Johnson be authorized to buy 300 feet of Fire Hose. This motion was seconded by Alderman Hickman and all aldermen present voted yea.

Mr. Johnson brought to the attention of the need of a pickup truck for the ~lectric Department.' After consideration of the matter, motion was made by Alderman Sisk and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that Ylr. Johnson be aut:-wrized to advertise for bids on one pickuD truck

}Tewt King, City Marshal., appeared before the Board and asked that he be authorized to buy summer uniforms for the policemen, and after due consideration, motion was made by Alderman Crouch and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that Mr, King advertise for bids on two sl.:its for each policeman.

Ne"l-rt King, Cit~shal, reported to the Bmrd that "\'1]. F. Tate of Tupelo, Mississippi, claimed that some moneYAstolen from his store and had placed a claim on the balance of the money that was found hidden on City property December 27, 1956. After a discussion of the matter motion was made, seconded and passed that the Clerk deliver said money to Hr. Tate less $10.00 reward for the finders and it is so ordered.

Alderman Lov clady brought to the attention of the Board that something "l-18S needed at each end of the Culvert on South 18th Street as a safety measure for_children. After a dismIssion, motion was made by Alderman Lovelady and seconded by Alderman HJckman and passed that a Cyclone fence be put at each end of said Culvert.

A request came from T. S. Avent that the building on Lot 56, .Avent Acres assessed on Dage 3, line 13 of the assessment roll be struck from the roll for 1956 for reasons that the house was not finished January 1, 1956. After consideration of the matter, motion was made by Alderman Elliott and seconded by Alderman Lovelady and passed that l'vlr. Avent's request be granted.

Motion was duly made seconded and passed that this Beard do now recess until March 11, 1957 at 7:00 P. M. L-______________________________________________________________________________________

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.56 Sennie H. Crouch, Salary for Harch l.;/h ;;;56 ,,;illiam N. Lovelady, Salary for 14arch w/h $5.16 H. S. Sisk, Salary for March w/h ~56 'rJill P. Hickman, Salary for Harch "'rJ/h *,.5(:, J. ~·i. Price, Salary for Harch w/h $2.25 s. P. Lowe, Salary for Harch ,.:jh $19.20 C. P. Fulmer, 0alary for March w/h $20.48 Annie i:J. L2ne, Salary for Harch ../h $5.24 Barie vJ.3illis, Salary for iVi,arch vJ'/h $41.06 Ne,ft King, Salary for Narch ;.;/h :jj;39. 20 ;.J. G. Kimmons, Salary for !'larch w/h :U>34.99 Et. H. Hills, Salary for rvIarch ...-Jjh $2f;. 93 M. T. Styers, Salary for Harch w/h $34.90 Donald Carwile, Salary for March w/h $8.50 Doyle Luther, Salary for March w/h. $4.13 Roy Thomas, Salary for Barch wlh ;~7.48 l'lrs. Rose ROI-.Tland, Salc:ry for March w/h $11.66 Hrs. J. ~1. [-'rice, Salary for March w/h $.56

B. O. Elliott, Salary for lIi[arch

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ordered that the following

ACCOUNT NO.

AMOUNT

Various

326.04

110 110 110 110 110 110 115 117 III 116 114 112 113 174 175 176 135 135 147 138

195.50 21~.44

24.44 19.84 24.44 24.44 97.75 352.05 329.52 169.76 Ih3.94 223.30 206.51 183.07 155.10 191.50 179.62 176.27 93.34 24.44

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l'A'('lXNT NO. 1458 lL61 1465 1466 lL67 1470 1477 lL78 1479 1480 lLtn 1482 IM33 1484 14t5 14bt, 1467 1477 1488 1489 1478 1479 1480 1481 1490 1491 1482 1483 1492 1493 1484 1494 1495 1496 lL~86

1497 1498 lL99 1500 1501 1502 1488 1479 1490 1495 1497 1498 1502 1477 1478 11+79 lL80 11+81 1503 11+91 Ih82 11+(33 11+81+ Ih(35 11+86 1501+ 1502 11+88 11+89 1490 11+82 11+85 11+95 11+97 11+98 1502 1505 1506 1507

Ehrooj Gay, Salary for ~·Iarc11 14h ~(20. 74 Mills, Salary for Narch "W/h ~17.15 Lafayette County He31th Unit Lafayette County Library Ta(:ithheld Fund C. ? Fulmer, Clerk, Payroll 3-30-;;7 Fire at Porter White's at 9:05 A. M. 3-16-57 ~':. J. Austin Ho-,Jaru Da" is :-Iomer :Juke LJ. 0. Elliott 1'1. 8. Falkner Clyde Hug_cins, Jr. D. G. Neilson, Jr. R. ~. Shellabargor :toy Thomas C. s. '>,ilson Fire at University Fteceiving Dept. 8:05 P. il. E. B. Addington -. J. lmstin 'Ternon Chambers Ira L. Crowson Ho"mnl Davis HOmer Duke B. O. Elliott, Jr. E. C. FaD:Y'sr ~l"\'rooj Jay ?aul Hudson Clyde Hu~' ins, Jr. D. G. Neilson, Jr. David Joss D. ~. ~oss it. =-':. Shellab2rger ~ade Stephens ltoland Tidwell n. L. TiJ1'Jell C. S. l'Iilson

135 135 IX 14e Varj_uus Variuus

\'J. 1.

R. H.

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A,UU;\!T 279.25 39.10 102.50 32.50 31(,.3tl 313.71

135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135

1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.S0 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50

135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 450 2.50 2.50 2.50

135 135 135 135 135 135 135

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50

3-16-)7

~inter

Bill ~omack hayne Hipp Newt lung }lenn Gardner Jack Parks Fire Rev. Floyd's care at 9:05 p. M. 3-27-57 Vernon Chambers Homer Duke Eh.rood Gay itoland Tid,,]ell R. H. Winter :-.. E. ;,;omack Jack Parks Fire at:~nett H8nderson's residence on Rivers Hill ';,f. J. Austin Howard Davis Homrer Duke B. O. Elliott, Jr. H. C. Fal~ne c E. T. r-{aney Paul :Iudson Clyde HUGgins, Jr. D. S. Neilson, Jr. R.. ~~. Shellabar:;er :1.oy Thomas C. S • . ;ilson

3-2(3-;;7

135 1.50 1.50 135 1.50 135 135 1.50 1.50 135 1.50 135 1.50 135 135 1.50 135 1.50 135 1.50 135 1.50 135 1.50 Donald~ari;ile 135 1.50 Jack Parks 1.50 135 Secon::i l:;'ire alarm at the Emmett ~lenderson house on 11ivers Hill at 4:55 P. 111. 3/28/57 Vernon Chambers 135 1.50 1.50 Ira L. Crm-Json 135 Ell-mod Gay 135 1.50 Clyde Huggins, Jr. 1.50 135 Roy Thomas 135 1.50 Roland Tidwell 1.50 135 R. B. '::inter 135 1.50 'iT. l~. ::jomack 135 1.50 Jack Parks 135 1.50 Hederm2n "9rothers - Hayors Docket 11+6 97.96 c. 0./ilson - Notary Fee 1.00 153 Ole Miss Press & Boo~ Store - Office supolies 11+6 7.05

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1rIAR1ANT NO. 1508 1,09 1510 1511 1511 1512 1513 1514 1515 1516 1517 1517 1518 1519 1520 1520 1520 1520 1521 1521 1522 1'722 1523 1523 1524 1525

COR?ORAT IClN FUND 001l,TTINUi!:D

ACCOUNT NO.

Fisher Statlonery Company - File folders Governmental Guide (]\1isshsippi Editicn) The J. E. Neilson Company - Hary Buie IvIuseum The Oxford Ea~le, Inc. - Adverthing The Oxford Eaf.!,le, Inc. - Legal Printing (City Rezoning) Metts Brothers Hardware - Lawn Mmler 31ade & Tires & t11bes J. H. Oliver & Company - Supplies for rental property Reynolds P & Hand 21ectric Service - supplies for rental proper~y Central C~:emical Company - Janitor Supplies Center Chemical Company - Spraying City Shaw and Sneei Hardware Company - Janitor Supplies Shaw and Sneed Hardware Company - Paint for rental property Oxford A~to Parts Company - Battery Clamp for Fire Department J. H. Mansel - Gasoline for Fire Department Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company - City Hall Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company - Engineer's Office Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company - City Hall Sou~hern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company - Fire Department Oxford Light & v)ater Plant - City Hall Oxford Light & vJder Plant - The Armory United ::las Corporaticn - City Hall United Gas Corporation - City Hall Daley Lumbe' Company, Inc. - Supplies for Fire Department Daley Lunlber Company, Inc. - Supplies for ::1.ental Property J. '3. Howell - =i.e cording deed from T. E. Av~nt to City The L[;'JYers Co-Operative Publishing Company

146 146 147 137 122 120 149 1~9

127 180 127 149 135 135 124 124 124 135 143 153 123 123 135 lL~9

153 146

AMOUNT

4.47 3.00 lZ8.69 11. 25 18.20 14.40 57.85 23.40 23.80 97.90 3.75 21.42 .54 3.44 1. 70 12.55 12.25 24.40 26.61 14.38 100.19 4.63 28.88 20.38 1.50 17.00

STRSET FUND

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1433 1459 14CO 1462 14()8 1471 1526 1527 1527 1527 1527 1527 1527 1527 1528 1528 1529 1530 1531. 1532 1533 1533 1533 1534 1534 1535 1536 1536 1537 1538 1538 1539 1540 1584 154 2 1543 1543 1544 1545 lS45 1545 15h5 15~6

1547 15~8

1549

C. P. Fulmer, Clerk - Payroll

3-15-57

R. L. Tidwell, Salary for Harch wlh $$6.60 "'.I. T. Chandler, Salary for March wlh $20.28

Various 1,325.12 225 224.40 280 163.47 227 & 237 56.25 225 & 280 26.88 226 & 236 1,223.39 216 17.45 243 10.50 218 11.46 259 18.50 259 1.56 1.00 259 259 30.10 246.19 259 218 9.23 243 7.37 239 1.00 239 184.00

1. Hills, Salary for March Tax vIi thheld Fund C. P. Fulmer, Cler~ - Payroll 3-30-S7 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company - Police Dept. Oxford Lisht & I'/ater Plant - City Garage Oxf'ord Light & ~'jater Plant - Police ;;>k.tion Oxford Light & ~'later Plant - City Hall Oxford Light &'tJat::r Plant - City Barn Oxford Light & 1,-"ater Plant - Sales Parn Oxford Light & Jater ?lant - Street Lighting No. 14th Street Oxford Light & !':at:r :'lant - ~)treet Lighting So. 14th Street United Gas Corpora'sicn - Police Dept. Uni ted G'as Corporati( n - City Garage Ole Miss Service St2ticn - Kerosene for street mainten,mce A. Tj. 8ullen & Son -lrading and drag~:cing roades for City December, January & February Linn Send and Gravel Company R.oad Builders Equioment ,:crr.pany - Equipment repairs J. H. Mansel - GaGoline Sanitation Dept. J. H • .tvlansel - 'J-aeoline 0traet Department J. n. 1'la[,5el - Josoline Street Department Shaw & Sneed Hardware Company - Axe Handle Shaw & Sneed rtardware Company - Keys lViyers & Knight Buick-i£quipment Compan y - Equ. pment repairs Bagwell Service Station - Gas and Oil Sanitaticn Dept. '3ag"ell Service Station - Gas and Oil Street Dept. Tri.-State Equipment Company, Inc. - Equipment repairs uxford Auto Pc:rts COlTipany - Equipment Repairs for Sanit;:,ticn Dept. OxforJ Auto Parts 80mpany - Shop EqLlipment Choctaw-, Inc. - Equipment £?epairs Oxford T'!eldinE Shop - Sharpened and tempered 11 points for air hammer Elliott HardvJare Compc.;ny - sledge hammer & handle & pad lock and t1;.rine Tropical Daint Company - Street markinB; paint Stcmdard Oil Company - Kerosene Standard Oil Company - Esso Extra for Shop Standard lJelders Supply Company - Oxy,'!:en, Acetylene, 13ronze & Steel Ozburn-Abston &:ompany - Block for Chevrolet Trash Truck Ozburn-Abston & Company -",heel Cylinder & Repairs to Chevrolet trash truck Ozburn-Abston 8r. Company - Spark plug cleaner & timing light Ozburn-Abston & r::;ompany -Floor sl\eep 2;rnest E. Presley - Street Equipment repairs Oxford ~ervices as State I s lend Attorney Doyle 8:. Charles Ivy -}ravel Daley Lumber Company, Inc. - ::;tDke::: for ::';pec. st. Imp.

223 227

~Tfu,~ri'

hAIV{ANT

NO. 1550 1550 1551 1551 1552 lSdl

1555 1583 15b3 1563 1556 15:;7 1558

1318 1319 1320 1321 1434 1463 1464 lLI69 1472 1559 1560 1561 1561 1561 1562 1563 1564 1566 1566 1567 156b 1569

1570 1571 1572 1573 lS74

OJ~TST:1UCTION

C.25 1.62 107.86 17.),0 55.00 42.25

2~Lf

223 211 245 227 St.!mp.

1.20 45.50

st. Imp. ::Jt.lmp.

20.00 13.00

St. Imp. 239 st.lrrp.

Union ?lanter::, }lasicnc:.l !lank - for deposit - inter'st 532 Tlnicm Planters Natonal Dank - for deoosit - cushion 535 i":ater and Seller Depreciatj_on Fund - transfer 533 ',eter and ~':'e'i;er Oontingent Fund - transfer 534 C. D Fulm, Clerk, Payroll 3-15-S7 )'14 8(' ~)21 \'J. 1. l':ills, Salary for i'iarch 514 :::Uon Addington, (la12ry for ;'IClrch ..:Ih ~;~1.t5 508 Tax.it!1hcld Fund 50B C. ? 0ulm:cr, Clerk, Payroll 3/30/:37 514 & 521 ::agj",ell oervice Station - Fori "ater Tn.ck ,~rease ,J eo 5Z5 J. H. ~ansel, 1asoline for ~ator dept. 525 Oxford Li2:ht & T;ater 'llc:!1t - Pump So-uth 14th St,. 537 Oxford Liht & .,ater Plcmt - Factory 1':ell 537 Oxford Lj.~ht P'I, \";ater :'lcmt - Bcostcr ?'..'mp ~itati(jn 537 Daley LwnDer CCni;J2ny, Tnc. - ':;ement, ::'rj.cl\', nail::., ::;Lakes,etc. ,)20 Central Serv.i.ce Ac;soci

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