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L ~, ~.~.~,~ ,L~--~. 4":, :. ~ The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 27, 20!5 ,P e5 INVITATION 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 the Jackson Louisiana Road CHIP TRUCK DRIVERS and known as the Moore NEEDED: Gloster Chips, Inc., Lumber Company property, Gloster, MS. Ph# 601-225- are hereby posted against 4120. Two years CDL expe- all forms of hunting, fish- rience required. Night Shift. ing or otherwise trespassing, Benefits include health insur- except with the explicit per- ance, 401K retirement plan mission of the undersigned after a year employed, safety or joint owner. All previous bonus, incentive bonus weekly, permissions are thereby re- Pay based by tons per load. voked. All violators will be Applications available at main prosecuted. No cameras or office, any other such electronic 8~27, 9/3, 9/10, 9/17 equipment shall be allowed OFFICE CLERK POSI- on the same without permis- TION: Wilk-Amite Water As- sion of the undersigned. All sedation located at 1803 South permission previously grant- Captain Gloster Drive, Gloster, ed to anyone for any reason MS 39638. Must have good to go upon the property of the typing skills, very familiar with former Moore Lumber Com- QuickBooks Accounting soft- pany is hereby revoked and ware (1 year or more experi- anyone found thereon shall ence), knowledge of Quicken be severely prosecuted to the and Bookkeeping, Word, Excel fullest extent available under helpful, great personality, able the law. Holmes Sturgeon to work in small office envi- 6/11/15--12/10/15 ro.nment, good telephone skills POSTED: All lands in And they continued stead- fastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in break- ing of bread, and in prayers. ACTS 2:42 Join Elder Rodney Davis and the Apostolic Church of Truth and Spirit, 640 S Street, Woodville, for our 5th Sunday Fellowship on Sun- day, August 30, at 11:00 a.m. Come and be blessed. Law Enforcement Free Training At WPD WPD HOSTS TRAINING -- Woodville Police Department Chief Jessie W. Stewart, far right, looks on as class instructor Dr. Chris Herring, center, talks to about 25 area law enforcement officers and other first responders during a free training seminar entitled, "Planning and Intervention for Gangs, Hate Terrorist Groups in Rural Jails & Prisons." The 8-hour class was funded by FEMA and offered to law enforcement agencies in southwest Mississippi. -- Woodville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis WCCF Dot:ares Suppli And Takes Part In WSCD Seven Area Law partment, U.S. Attorney's bedded in the course are de- ty and this is on~ way we can Enforcement Agencies At Office, Mississippi AG's signed to emphasize to stu- help our students,'! sh, said. Office, Management Train- dents the urgency of threat VanNor~gan, who coor- Class On Gangs In Jails ing Corporation and thegroup recruitment in rural dinated the donation, said Mississippi Department of jails and prisons, to illustrate WCCF is grateful to Superin- With the growth of gangs Transportation were in at- the mechanisms by whichtendent Scott and the district and other hate groups in jails tendance, recruitment and radicaliza- stafffor their willingness and Wilkinson Cotmty Correc- tional Facility recently do- nated back-t0-school supplies to Wilkinson C, moty Ele- mentary School and Wilkin- son County HighSchool. The contribution is the second one, the Woodville: prison has made to the Wilkinson ~County S~-L:)oi District. The facility; which is operated by Management & Training Corporation (MTC), made its first donation in August, 2014. "It is because of organiza- tions like MTC otir schools are able to survive and thrive," wrote WCES Princi- pal Regina ~4V~cCoy in a letter to WCCF.-She noted the "supplies are being used to help students who may not be able to financially af- ford to purchase school sup- plies? Kandi VanNorman, dep- uty warden secretary, said WCCF looks forward to mak- ing the contribution. "WCCF is part of the local communi- and customer service skills. Wilkinson County owned and prisons all over the Unit- Class instructor for the tionoccur, and to explore the cooperation in maki~lr ~!, Deadline for submitting Cover by the Ed Rollins Family, ed States, law enforcement day was Dr. Chris Her~ng, roles of various agencies in donation possible. Letter, Resume and Three (3) AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are officers are having to keep who has more than 31 years gathering and sharing oper- The donated items includ- Referenesswifibeon Monday, posted against all hunting, abreast of what to do. in the public safety field as ational information. Unlike ed boxes of mixed bi~lders. September 14, 2015, at 4:00 fishing and otherwise tres- Planning & Interventiona practitioner, professor and other courses that focus en- art supplies, pencils, glue, pm. Please submit it to the passing. All former permis- for Gangs, Hate & Terrorist consultant. He flew in from tirely on threat group identi- paper, notebooks, rnlers, scis- above address, sions are revoked unless ob- Groups in Rural Jails & Pris- North Carolina Central Uni- tiers as a means of preparing sors, pencil sharpeners, eras- 8t27,9/3,9/10/15 tained in writing. -- Estate ons is an eight-hour, man- versity where he is a pro- corrections personnel- for in~ ers and construction paper. agement-level instructor-led fessor. He has more than tervention, this course builds POSITIONS AVAILABLE: of Joan & Edward S. Rollins According to Harris-McCoy, Wilkinson County Senior Care 4/14 course focuses on rural car- 27 years in college level in- knowledge around threatthe donation will help the locatedin Centreville, MS, now ----~TE~-D---~- rectional facilities as unique struction. Herring also led group categories, identifiers students at, WCES to"soar to has the following positions TROLLED: All lands in environments for threatthe development of three and philosophies, and then excellence.' available: Full-time and Part- Wilkinson County on thegroup recruitment and radi- certified U.S. Department of focuses on the convergence of "Our aim is to g~ve the time LPNs and PRN CNAs. Raccoon Road owned by the calization. Homeland Security courses methodologies and the prac- students a little help so they Excellent pay, friendly enviren- Estate of St. Clair Ross are The Woodville Police De- and is the author of a book tices, policies, and conditions have a good, start into the gent. ffinterested, please no- hereby posted against hunt- partment obtained a grant published in 2011, Destiny specific to rural correctional school year, said VamN~,r tify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON ing, fishing and otherwise from FEMA to pay for the Denied; A Black Mans Pro- facilities. Additionally, this man. or AshleyDillon, RNADON at trespassing. All former per- course held at the Wood- vention and Survival Guide course relays the elements Education Del~artrn('t~t ville Municipal Building on 601-645-5253. missions revoked, unless ob- We=dnesday, August 19. toPolice Encounters. of deterrence, intervention, staff from wccF rosa p:~r- 8/2022w tained in writing. Violators The course offered in and information gathering ticipated in prot~ssional de- will be prosecuted. -- Estate I invited all the law en- Woodville examines the pro- and sharing as they pertain velopment ~itb the sol,eel owned by Holmes Sturgeon of St. Clair Ross forcement agencies in this cesses by which recruitment to the task parameters of district. Superintendent in that property known 10/13 part of the state," said WPD and radicalization occur rural corrections personnel. Timothy Scott Welcomed the as Sturgeon Hill and also ~- Chief Jessie W. Stewart. and proposes methods for Chief Stewart reported gr0upto the ptenazb, session "Representatives from my strengthening the informa- that he has plans to offer and which was held:'in the gym- known as the John T. Stur- TROLLED: All lands in department, and from the tion gathering and sharing host similar courses to law nasium at Wilkihson County geon Estate and Alonzo H. Wilkinson County located Centreville Police Depart- process. Two case studies enforcement agencies and High Sc~hoolL :.' , Sturgeon, et al, all lying at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, ment, Natchez Police De- and a tabletop exercise em- other first responders. north ,of the Buffalo River Woodville, MS, owned by Groupl ,sesSi~ focuse~ and on the north side of the Verna M. Freeman are on the,:~sis$i'pl~? COllege Buffalo Road, as well as all hereby posted against hunt- Butler Completes ]ands owned by the under- ing, fishing and otherwise signed on Caroline Creek trespassing. All former per-Training At and on the Percy's Creek missions revoked, unless ab- Road and such property tained in writing. Violators owned by the undersigned on will be prosecuted. -- Verna Fort Jackson Highway 24 East and jointly M. Freeman owned by the undersigned on 10/14/2vp INVITATION INVITATION and. Ca~ee~,,:B~auss Cur- riCUlUm acros~?"~i~i~pes. ClarmountMBCinNatchez Nathaniel Baptist Frances Alexander, Edd~a,. ~ll have their Annual Mens Church, located at 5032tion Saperv~so~i:af~'4~,,CF/ Day Program on Saturday, Au, Hwy. 33 South, Centrev-MTC, commeh~i;The gust 29, at 6 p.m. with guest ille, wd~ld lille to invite training provided: by: the speaker Bishop Stanley Searey, you to attend our upcoming Kirkland Group ~ and: the Army National Guard pastorofNewHopeV]sionCen- Mission Anniversary set for Mississippi Department. of Pfc. D'quarious M. Butler ter, in Natchez. We are asking next Sunday, September Education gave fu2ther in- has graduated from basic all men, ministers, evangelists, 6, at 11 a.m. The guestsights into bestprac~ices as combat training at Fortpastors, deacons, churches and speaker will be the Rev- we plan 0zid.~deliver Jackson in Columbia, S.C. the public to attend this spiri- erend YoYo Hill. All are instructioni.~at: isi ~g0rous During the nine weeks of tual and blessed event.- Rev. invited, and relevant."~ training, the soldier stud- M.A. White, pastor 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville -888-6053 = tionues, tory,led the and tradition andArmy practice received mission, and core in instruc- basic val- his- l~ ~ ;:: i 601 Licensed in MS & LA combat skills, military -- Trane Dealer -- ' weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill We A00e[~" 0| ds! and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, [~~ EmploymentTrucking Servil.s,Misc military courtesy, military HEATING & COOLING justice system, basic first. FITS. Unable~work~ o~nied bene'fits.~[ aid, foot marches and field We can help! WIN Or ~ay noH~h~gJ S~rft you~ applicafion iod~d Call;Bill Gordon] REFRIGERATION PLUMBING training exercises. &Associates>l-800-7Q6-3~161 I ~ ~-/~J~'~laf/--n Butler is the son of L Shamdria and Calvin SIPPIAN$ ~jck up O local newspaperI 7"afl/g/~o_~;Y WdgYv]~i~v(l[~i Thompson of Liberty. each week. Newspapers are here to stoy.[ He isa2015graduateof 1~ ihereisstrengthin.n~rhb~s.a~th, re isi A/~/o[g'af/('e/~/o~//'r Amite County High School in Liberty. ST Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders INVITATION We, the Rosemound ADD invite your church and the [GRIN~b~~ general public to ,attend I ' ,..,..._,,. our ....., .a.o..i.e !i~~::: 11~4,.~~/m~O ProgramonSunday, Au- p,..,.i,,0.II gust 30, at 2 p.m. Please [ come and help us have a Gel I .... theblessed time in the name fLord. 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