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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, July 28, 2016 Page 5 Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, additional 13 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf FOR RENT: 2 story house for rent in city limits. $500 deposit; $750 rent. Call 601- 750-6727. 7/21/16 & 7/28/16 FOR SALE: A Poulan Pro 30" 10.5 HP Riding Mower, like new, w/3 yrs. warranty. Only been used twice. Ask- ing price $800. Call 601-807- 9005. 7/21, 7/28/16 POSTED: Dutch L. Den- nis Estate, located in the High Temperature + High Humidity Free Medical Services Free School LRMC GoodHealth August 2-14 Alcorn Supplies For Classes Scheduled +Physical Activity = Heat Illness Natchez Campus WCSD Students In August by Ann H. Davis, MSU Extension OUS stage of heat stress. Wilk. County Coordinator/Agent Symptoms of heat exhaus- The U.S. Department of tion include general fatigue, Defense and U.S. Military The Wilkinson County The following Good- G ~,~ ~ weakness and poor muscle in partnership with theSchool District is sponsor- Health Classes and Pro- control;dizziness and faint- Delta Regional Authority ing the second annual Back grams will be held in ,~ ~ ~ ing; headaches and nausea; will present Tricentennial To School Fest to be held at August at Lane Reginal pale, cool, clammy skin; Medical Innovative Readi- the Wilkinson County High Medical Center, 6300 . heavy sweating; cramps;ness Training August 2-14, School gymnasium on Thurs- Main Street in Zachary, and rapid pulse with shal- open every day from 8 a.m. day, August 4, from 5:00 p.m. Louisiana: ' low breathing, until 4:30 p.m. at Alcorn to 7:00 p.m. Infant CPR Anytime !~ Heat stroke and heat State University, 15 Cam- :Parents and students,' - learn the cOre skills Of exhaustion are medical pus Drive in Natchez. please come out to make our Infant CPR at this FREE -" "" emergencies so get medi- Patients will be treated on second annual back to school course for expecting or cal help at once! Check vic- a first come-first serve basis, test a success," said school of- new parents, grandpar- tim's airway, breathing and This clinic will provide ficials, ents, family members and circulation - give CPR, if medical, dental, and optical Supplies will be given out. babysitters. This course needed and only if you are care to Louisiana and Mis- Listed below is the general does not offer a CPR Certi- certified in CPR/First Aid; sissippi residents who are supply list for all students at- fication Card. Registration cool the victim with sponge uninsured, underinsured, tendingWCSD schools. Please is required. Seating is lim- In Mississippi, we usual- or spray, covering with cold or in need of quality patient note a few items on this list ited. Dates: Wednesdays, ly say that if you don't like wet cloths and placing ice care at NO COST to the pa- may need to be replenished August 3, 17 & 31. Time: the weather, give it 8 hours packs under the armpitstient. No proof of insurance mid-school year. Personal 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. and it will probably change, and groin; then fan the vic- or identification is needed, belongings should always be Food Addicts Anony- Doloroso area of Wilkinson and the heat factor in the of a heat related emergency County, is hereby posted triple digits, we need to be is conscious, provide cool against all hunting, fish- careful working or playing drinks with salt sprinkled ing and all other forms of outdoors during the hottest in them and salty foods, but trespassing. The Children of times of the day. not salt tablets. Dutch L. Dennis When the body gains heat So what can you do to 6-30:16 -- 12-29-16 faster than it can get rid of protect yourself?. 1) Learn to POSTED: All lands it, serious and potentially recognize the symptoms of owned by John L. McDonald fatal illnesses may occur. So heat stress and how to treat on the Pinckneyville Road what do we need to watch them. 2) Understand that are hereby strictly posted for? you're at a particular risk against hunting, fishing and Heat cramps cause if you're overweight, out of all other forms of trespass- painful muscle spasms shape, over 40 years of age, ing, specifically dumping, which are the results from have a pre-existing medical including junk cars, wood, the loss of salt from exces- condition, use medications garbage, appliances, furni- sive sweating. The symp- that block sweating, abuse ture, etc. All violators will be toms are muscle pain and drugs or alcohol or have had prosecuted, sweating. When this occurs, heat stress before. 3) Try to 6/9- 9/1/16 we should rest in a cool do the most physically de- POSTED: All lands in place; consume cool drinks manding jobs during the Wilkinson County owned with salt and salty foods, coolest part of the day. 4) but not salt tablets; remove On hot days, drink about tight or wet clothing that two glasses (1/2 liter) of may restrict the flow of water before starting work by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- passing. All former permis- sions are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 However, according to fore- tim. Move the victim to a Free services will include casts, this isn't the case for cool area. Loosen or remove the following: Basic Medical & Well- the next few weeks. With outer clothing. If the person temperatures in the 90sexperiencing the symptoms ness Exams Optical Exams & Sin- gle-Prescription Eyeglasses Dental Exams, Extrac- tions, Cleanings & Fillings. Grilling Safety Big Part Of Summer Fun blood; and if cramps contin- and one glass every 20 min- ue, seek medical help. utes while working. 5) Wear Heat strokes usually loose clothes made of cotton, occur when the body tem- silk or other fabrics that let perature rises above 106 de- air pass through. If working grees (Fahrenheit). If it isn't outside, wear lighter colors treated immediately, heat that reflect rather than ab- stoke may result in a coma, sorb sunlight. 6) Wear tem- brain damage or death, perature-controlled and/or Symptoms of heat stroke in- anti-radiant heat or reflec- clude hot, dry, flushed skin, tive clothing if instructed. usually with no sweating; 7) Take frequent breaks in agitation and confusion; a cool spot. headaches, nausea and For more information vomiting; irregular pulse; on how to protect yourself rapid, shallow breathing; against heat related ill- possible seizures and loss of nesses, refer to the Center consciousness; and possible for Disease Control (CDC) shock and cardiac arrest website at http://emer- Heat exhaustion is a genc.cdc.gov/disasters/ex- more advanced and seri- tremeheat/. As we are in the peak season for grilling fires,, Mississippi Insurance Com- missioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Chancy urg- es all Mississippians to play it smart and use grilling safety when celebrating. "Iou should celebrate the Fourth with family and friends, not the emergency room because you were careless when grilling," Chancy said. The National Fire Pro- tection Association reports that gas grills contribute to higher numbers of fires than charcoal grills. It also states that a failure to clean the grill was the leading factor contributing to the fire in one-fifth of all grill structure fires. "Before you start grilling take the time to inspect and clean your grill. The most dangerous time around a grill is when you light it," Charley said. To help keep your family safe during this summer's grilling period, the Missis- sippi State Fire Marshal's Office, recommends these grilling safety tips: Propane and charcoal BBQ grills should only be used outdoors. The grill should be placed well away from the home, deck railings and out from under eaves and over- hanging branches. Keep children and pets away from the grill area. Keep your grill clean by removing grease or fat buildup from the grills and in trays below the grill. Never leave your grill unattended. Mississippi At Top Of Newspapers The Stack! Though there is lots of competition, newspapers stack up as the number one form of advertising that Mississippi residents have used in the past month to make a purchasing decision. (Pulse Research, June 2016) It stacks up for smart business advertising to be Charcoal grills There are several ways to get the charcoal ready to use. Charcoal chimney starters allow you to start the charcoal using newspa- per as a fuel. If you use a starter flu- id, use only charcoal starter fluid. Never add charcoal fluid or any other flamma- ble liquids to the fire. Keep charcoal fluid out of the reach of children and away from heat sources. There are also electric charcoal starters, which do not use fire. Be sure to use an extension cord approved for outdoor use. When you are finished grilling, let the coals com- pletely cool before disposing in a metal container. Propane grills Check the gas tank hose for leaks before using it for the first time each year. Apply a light soap and water solution to the hose. A propane leak will release bubbles. If your grill has a gas leak, and there is no flame, turn off the gas tank and grill. If the leak stops, get the grill serviced by a profes- sional before using it again. If the leak does not stop, call the fire department. If you smell gas while cooking, immediately get away from the grill and call the fire department. Do not move the grill. For more fire safety tips visit the grilling section of the Be Prepared page of the Mississippi Insurance De- partment website at: www. mid.ms.gov, or get tips on Twitter from @msfiresafe and @MSInsuranceDept. McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!I! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or emaih alan@ dougrushingreolty.com where people shop .... in Mississippi Newspapers! Mississippi Press Services To order your advertising call Sue at 601-981-3060 or emuil shkks@mspress.org INVITATION United Ministries of Faith cordially invites you to attend the Saturday Morning Prayer Breakfozt with Pastor Reginald L. Jackson at Bleakhouse Bap- tist Church on Saturday, Aug. 13, at 8:30 azn. The speaker will be Pastor Robert Strick- land. Tickets are $5 per person. NOTICE This is to inform all mem- bers of the Mt. Olive Burial Association that Mrs. Carnie Johnson, Mrs. Octal Sterling and Mrs. Beverly Walker were members of the burial. Meet- ing is held the first Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Your dues and presence are greatly appreciated. -- Done by the order of The Mount Ol- ive Burial Association Pd. Ad. INVITATION Join us at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Centrex411e for our Annual Revival Ser- v/ces on Sunday, August 7, at 11:30 a.m. Pastor Jones will bring the morning message, and the Rev. Derrick T. Wil- liams of the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church ~ deliver the afternoon message. Dinner be served. The Rev. Emanuel Powell, Jr., of the True Gospel Missionary Baptist Church of McComb and the Mt. Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church Hill be the guest revivalist Monday, August 8, through Thursday, August 11, at 7 o'ckck each night. -- LeRegi- nald R. H. Jones, pastor labeled. Elementary Schools 24 #2 standard pencils 1 box of crayons (24) 1 box of markers (washable) 1 plastic pencil box 1 bottle of Elmefs school glue 3 glue sticks 2 pink pearl erasers 1 pair ofroand edge scissors 6 spiral notebooks 8x10 white primary paper, red baseline, wide-ruled (Kin- dergarten) 3 hard cover composition notebooks 2 packages of notebook pa- per (wide-ruled) 4 pocket folders with brads 1 box of Ziploc bags gallon oy) 1 box of Ziploc bags quart _rl) 1 roll of paper towels (boy) 1 baby wipes (Kindergar- ten) 1 box of Kleenex (girl) 1 bottle of hand sanitizer Middle School and High School 1 box of facial tissue (to be given to first period teacher) Pencils ( 1 pack) Pens (blue or black) 4 Notebook paper (2 pack- ages) Highlighters (2) Colored Pencils (1 box) Index cards (3x5 lined, 1 pack) Organizational supply in- formation (the type of bind- ers, spirals, pocket folders each courses requires) will be distributed the first week of school. You may contact Carol Wil- liams at 601-888-4728 for fur- ther information. INVITATION Join us on Sunday August 14, at 2 p.m., at the Saint John #2 Baptist Church as we cel- ebrate our 89th Year Church Anniversary.- Le~d R. H. Jones, pastor mous -- a weekly support group to provide fellow- ship for men and women willing to recover from the disease of food addiction. Meets every Thursday in the West Wing Conference Room. Registration not re- quired. Dates: Thursdays, August 4, 11, 18 & 25. Time: 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. The Pregnancy Work- shop & Baby Care Basics -- an overview of what to expect during pregnancy and delivery and all you need to know to care for your newborn in the first weeks of life. The class is held in the Staff Devel- opment Classroom and includes a tour of "Baby Lane", the hospital's labor & delivery unit. Date: Sat- urday, August 13. Time: 10:00 a.m. until noon. Regional Veterans Park Dedication Ceremony -- a dedication ceremony cel- ebrating the completion of the park's Wall of Veterans located at the entrance of the fitness trail behind Lane Regional Medical Center. Date: Tuesday, Au- gust 16. Time: 9:00 a.m. Heart Health Fair -- Cardiovascular Institute of the South and Lane Re- gional Medical Center will host a heart health fair featuring FREE screen- ings for blood pressure, glucose, and cholesterol. Date: Tuesday, August 23. Time: 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Commit to Quit - a smoking and tobacco ces- sation program provided by Cardiovascular Insti- tute of the South. Call 1-877-288-0011 or visit Cardio.com/QuitSmok- ing. Call (225) 658-4587 for more information or to pre-register, or visit www. lanermc.org Classes.Training For Sale MEDICAL BILLING TRAINEES NEED- CHURCH FURNITURE: Does your ED! Train at home for a career working with Medical Billing and Insurance Claims. Online training can get you ready! Call for FREE brochure! 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