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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 25, 2014 MISSISSIPPI'S OLDF. NEWSPAPER - IIIhK1 18Z4 gbe II]0000ni00"Noublit00n Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Andrew J. Lewis ....................................... PublishedEditor Lili R. Lewis ...................... Associate Editor/Adv. Manager Frances C. Devening ......................................... Typesetter Kathleen Geter Daly ........................................ Bookkeeper THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN (USPS No. 462-260) is published weekly on Thursdays. Subscriptions: $28.00 per year in Wilkinson County, $30.00 per year outside Wilkinson County & in Miss., and $32.00 per year outside Mississippi. 50 per copy. Office located 425 Depot Street, Woodville, MS 39669. Telephone (601) 888-4293, FAX (601) 888- 6156. Email: wrepublican@belisouth.net. Periodicals Post- age Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVlLLE REPUBLICAN, P.O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669-0696. A column by Rev. Bobby Thornhill, Pastor Centreville & White's Chapel United Methodist Churches "And with great power the apostles gave witness to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And great grace was upon them alL" Acts 4:33 (NKJV) What a description of the evangelistic effort of the early church is given in this and the surrounding vers- es of Acts 4. They prayed; probably not our standard prayer of blessings upon our own lives; they were shaken as God made His presence known, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and spoke with bold- ness. This seems a far cry from our usual efforts at witnessing; riding around on a Sunday afmoon hop- ing (maybe) to catch some wayward church member at home so that we can im- press them with our own spirituality and piousness. We might even go so far as to ask them to come back to church if we are really fired up. This is not what Luke is referring to; he has cap- tured the essence of witness- ing with the revelation that it is accomplished with the power of the Holy Spirit as its source. It is not an event held occasionally; it is a way of life. Those whose witness is empowered by the Holy Spirit are given the grace; Luke says "great grace was upon them" because "great power was given them;" to be bold in their speaking about the resurrected Jesus. This power and grace also aided them to treat one another with love and compassion, and to live in unity of spir- it because they were filled with the Spirit. Dare we say that we are filled with God's Spirit while our churches ar- gue over carpet color or the order of worship, or who will hold what position? Friends, let us pray that God will once again shake our church houses so that the Church will regain the awareness of His presence that we have lost and so desperately need to regain. [i!i!iii!!i!i!!i!iiiii!ii!ii!;i!iiii!!iiiii!ii!iiiiiiii!wNi iiii i iii!iiii!iiiiiiiiili!ilili!!i!!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii:!i!il ......................... ii!iii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiii>iiiiiii*iiii}!iii!i!i%?ii!iiiiiiiii!iiii!ii&  ' II IIIIIIII]11  " McComb Lions Club .......... O' Dixie * Championship  Walklng& ckg Horse ow Southwest Events Center 29 Hwy. 48E Tylertown Satiny Oct. 4 2014 6 p.m. 85 ca. Stick Horse Chss for Children 11 & der Please bring a lawn chair Sponsored by DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE R Food Service . , III IIIIIHI Debt Over $10,000. File Tax Returns Stop Garnishments End Bank Levies Settle Tax Debt Audit Defense 941 Payroll Tax Thousands Heiped. MILLIONS Saved. Minutes Of The Wilkinson County Board Of Supervisors Be it known and remem- bered that the Honorable Board of Supervisors of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, met on the second day of Septsm- ber at 9:30 azn. There were present the following super- visors: W'fl Seal, 1st District; Richard Hollins, 2nd Disct; Bill Bankston, President, 3rd District; Jennings Nettles, 5th District; and Kenyon Jackson, Vice President. 4th District. Al- so present were Brace Lewis, Attorney, and Thomas C. Toll- iver, Jr., Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. General County Fund: Flatiron Capital, $20,481.75; American Medical Response, $6,666.67; Wilkinson County Health Dept., $3,636.35; Woodville Board of Library, $6,000.00; AT&T, $350.00; Cage's Janitorial Service, $1,060.00; Redd Pest Solu- tious, $130.30; Wilkinson County Dept. of Child Welfare, $50.00; U. S. Pcal Service, $200.00; Telapak Intemet, $24.00; Benecom Technolo- gies, $1,480.94; Holland & Rigby, $862.50; The Wcodv///e Republican, $1,390.18; Waste Management, $427.77; SW MS Mental Health Comp., $8,437.50; Avaya, Inc., $82.99; AT&T Mobility, $76.06; Ran Senko, $1,020.00; Dr. L. J. Owens, $1,020.00; Dr. David B. McGraw, $150.00; H. E. Home, Jr., $1,125.00; Canon Solutions America, $29.56; Netdoor, $220.00; Canon Fi- nancial Services, $127.00; C Spire Wireless, $539.62; Ad- ams Co. Juvenile Det., $770.00; MS Vital Records, $94.00; Johnson's Transportation, $300.00; Southern Teleommu- nications, $3,028.21; Jeffery Harness, Attorney, $2,000.00; Amanda B. Vanlandingham, $260.19; Entergy,  $9,845.37; Travis Sharp, $266.95; Ann Johnson, $158.90; Newman Funeral Home, $525.00; MS Medical Examiner, $2,150.00; Pitney Bowes Purchase Pow- er, $1,044.95; Nolan Thomp- son, $408.90; State Tmamlmr Fund 3053, $6,723.89; AT&T, $76.22; S/W MS EPA, $144.50; Town Of Woodville, $774.87; Fred's Pharmacy $17.11; Delta Computer Systems, $2,870.00; FMCH, $1212.75; Stats Trea- surer Fund 3601, $20.00; Buffalo Services, $1,050.69; Central Office Supplies, $4,996.83; Lawrence Print- ing Co., $542.64; Smith Print- ing, $334.89; Office Automa- tion Center, $300,00; Natchez Heating & Cooling, $441.46; Absolute, $781.51; Outdoor Power, $2,626.53; Advanced Fire Protection, $450.00; James Johnson, $339.00; Central Of- rice Supplies, $780.90; Buffalo Services, $2,807.10; Central Office Supplies, $311.32; Town of Woodville, $591.40; Town of Centreville, $98.57; Jennie Bey& $5,255.25; Marlin Reid, $9.62. Maintamnce of Reapprais- al Fund: Herring Appraisal, $10,335.70; Cothren Engineer- ing, $2,025.0o. TRIAD Fund: Phoenix Fire Equipment CO., $115.00; Advanced Fire Protection, $900..00. Tire Waste Disposal Fun& Entergy, $29.64. Emergency 911 Fund: AT&T, $3,207.00; S/W MS EPA, $34.55. Law Library Fund: Thomas Reuters - West, $533.70. Volunteer Fire Dept. Fund: C Spire Wireless, $61.96; En- tergy, $7.82. Disct One Read Fund: UMB, $1,718.72; Town of Cen- treville, $500.00; C Spire Wine- less, $114.13; Entergy, $243.33; Wflk. Farmers CoOp, $36.98; Buffalo Sexvices, $136.51; Cus- terns Products Corp., $190.72; Skates Auto Glass, $370.00; William Seal, $275.19; Buffalo Services, $1,624.50. District Two Read Fund: Caterpillar Financial Service, $2,067.06; Kubota Leasing, $1,542.90; C Spire Wireless, $104.10; Puckett Machinery, $421.46; Natchez Ford Lin- coln, $40.86; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $132.62; Sanders Repair Ser- vice, $228.98; Wflk. Farmers CoOp., $82.33; Buffalo Ser- vices, $3,985.25; Dickerson & Bowen. $2,419.20; Fortenberry Body Shop, $1,404.67. -ct Three Read: Ray- mond Bocking, $100.00; Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; same, $1,350.00; Town of Centreville, $29.00; iii,; by Rhonda M. Quirk Things have been busy here on the farm. Soybeans are being harvested despite the rain earlier this week Jackson Point Road is in better shape than it has been in a long while. Offdals in Adams County have been working hard trying to convince FEMA to help fired The Narrows project. FEMA denied the first proposal but has agreed to hear an appeal at the end of this month. Sena- tor Thad  and Con- gressman Gregg Harper have both written letters to FEMA in favor of FEMA fimding The Narrows disaster project. Hopefully, FEMA will support the funding. Mr. Ross McGee has to harvest his beans from across The Narrows crossing, and this is a project that is just too large for private individuals to handle without assistance from some form of government funding. Taxpayers can't af- ford to pay property taxes and continue to fund county mad reconsetion. We receive many calls from folks wanting to fish fNrrows, and I hate to -n them that navigating he (Narrows, even on afour ele is dangerous. Jackson t(Rpad is in pretty bad C Spire Wn'eless, $85.29; Kai- ser ,in.m]la.,, $/587.00; Cusn T Proauas 0orb,51':6; n- ' tsry,! $!9.6[ a   ! tG & n, l;LBuffl ' ,w Servce,:d t )t't" 4,18.71o UReadL-lAnl" . '.' ' )eofice .vou pass the gats Connie $1,4251, n $1046]  /fr. Jackson Point was UMB,'$[,FtS0/87  Wilk.Fn- ; i when he hit a washout ers CoDI., L$ .52; :" sdm, i (.drate0 and he and his buggy $35.99; . C pi .r. eJ,sk -(aSvk "cashed into the bottom $109.0;\\; i'rgy, ,88.3 V'e Ve. Ludy, he only s/w MS a,15250.:15; Ke- Ims his ribs. The Narrows yon Ja tGl.;.  :  atwys been a hot Velding Se" .de,$325/}0Jt.'s ,/t now it is a disaster Auto 'Pm'ts, ,$8Z12; :T 'zcme! of Woodville,i $80.95i lqNckett  Th fact that the BOS has Machinexy; $1&82; Tih .  CLOt another $80,000.00 from Truck, a oe, q400 ,he e budget proposal is a Sanders ' Repair  Service, sign that the magical oil fairy $672,71; W ilkinn Farmes han' yet graced us. I know CoOp. $$4.4fi; Bttfifl q /r he oil industry will help im- vices, $30.0o;/Ols,Su]li'a ;prove our county in many eco- ner. The mighty Mississippi * " ' .... t $5500,. i . i  no.mical aspects, but it cant be River ts a magnificent sw, h.. Distd Five ad i md: relied upon to "fix" all of our fi- However, she  a force wth Conmrdia ', Batik t g :%ast, nancial problems, nor should it which you cant reckon. She $1,350A00 i e. $1304.95 e expected to be our economic rises when and how much she Wflk. Farm&s Dlg, $1,.57; savior. Poor management and wants. She takes anything m Karflrorp.]$J2{)[lJ; Pu7 juent of how tax monies herpath. ' , ; Cohtml Sdrvce 49&(D;Jr;s ; . . .{]1;' svs  SOS Says There Is No Annual .   EP .; u Semis; Minutes Requirement In Miss. $3,886.8O. County Wide Bridge Fund: Buffalo Services, $288.92; Phoenix Fire Equipment, $465.00; Customs Products Corp., $387.38; Outdoor Power, $90.30; same, $105.90. Solid Waste Department Fund: U. S. Postal Service, $950.00; Riverbend Environ- mental, $2,546.06; Waste Pro, $27225.00; Southern Telecom- munication, $38.71; Marlin Reid, $135.88; Delta Computer Systems, $100.00; Central Of- rice Supplies, $278.95. Court Assessment Clear- ing Fund: Willie L. Thompson" $700.00; DPS Fund #3747, $600.00. School Fund Special: W. Co. Bd. of National, $2,909.35. SW MS Community Col- lege Fund: S/W MS Commu- nity College, $2,534.43. $211,746.51 Total All In- voices. The Mississippi Secre- tary of State's Office con- tinues to receive numer- ous Complaints regarding a company called "Annual Business Services," which is soliciting businesses across the state. In another mass mall out to businesses statewide, Annual Business Services requests businesses to pro- vide sensitive information and a check for $125.00, in what appears as an official correspondence. In return, the company would prepare an "Annual Minutes Re- quirement Statement." There is no "Annual Min- utes Requirement State- ment" form required by the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office. The Secretary of State's Office encourages Missis- sippi corporations to utilize extreme caution in the dis- closure of sensitive infor- mation. This Agency does are spent got us in this mess, not the oil companies. It doesn't matter how much money is gained from the off industry, if it is poorly managed, we will suffer the same fats. Folks, we have to stay on top of what is happening in our county... make sure monies are being utilized properly. Fall always brings huntsrs and fishermen back to The Far Comer. We look forward to see- ing our old friends, and regret that many may not return due to mad conditions. Deer and wild hogs are plentiful here, so use caution when traveling, especially at dusk dark. Trucks and trailers parked at Buffalo Landing have once again be- come a familiar sight, and fish- ermen are reporting that the white porch are biting. Last wintsr was extremely harsh in The Far Comer, and I am aiaid this winter ll be as well. If the Mississippi rises as she usually does, we wiJl be boating to Lake Mary Read. My main concern is that as of yet no improvements have been made to Lake Mary Read. Lake Mary Read will continue to washout because the culverts haven't been in- stalled. Percy Creek will con- tinue to flood the road because it hasn't, been dredged. Fort Adams will continue to flood because drainage ditches are still home to 10 and 20 i. trees. However, we have made progress on Jackson Point Road, and I would like to thank everyone who contrib- uted to improving the road. There is still much to be done, and old man winter is just around the cemer. This re- ally bothers me because there is only a short time span for any construction projects to be completed. I don't think folks realize that Mother Nature is still in charge in the Far Cor- The schemers send out bogus ch:ks to "hired" indi- viduals with instruons to use the money to shop local busi- nesses. One assignment asks that shoppers test any Money Gram locatien by using a por- tion of the  to wire cash ts a third party. By the time the consmnews realize the check is fake, their money is gone. This scheme has been around for years but is now employing a new twist by using names of real legitimate companies when contacting individuals to '_ire" A consumer  Kentucky was offered a secret shopping "job" via mail by a company lo- catsd in Natchez called Jordan I_ogislics Insight Mystery Shop- ping, Inc. The consumer was sent a check for $2,992.54 and was asked to shop any Money Gram location. The consumer was to keep $340 f them- selves, transfer $2,552.54 to someone in the Philippines and use $100 for shoplng expenses. BBB offers the follow- ing tips for persons contacted about mystery shopping jobs: Ignore claims that you will make big profits easily. Avoid falling for claims that "guarantee" a position, without traitS. Be cautious of unsolicited mailings, e-mails or advertise- ments offering "work- from- home" jobs. Be on the lookout for busi- nesses that send checks and ask that you use money from the checks to pay for your shopping assignments. Bogus checks olden look real. Never pay money in ad- vance. A .legitimate mystery shopping service will not charge money for materials, training or recruiting. Never give them your credit card or bank account numbers. Never wire money to busi- nesses you know little or noth- ing about. Wiring money is the same as sending cash. Once the money is gone, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to er. One resource for determin- ing whether a mystery shop- ping job is legitimate is the Mystery Shopping Providers Association (MSPA) at www. mysteryshop.org. As always, you can check out a company or organiza- tion at bbb.org or by calling your local BBB at 601-398- 1700. not require the submission of such information with the State of Mississippi and opposes the collection of such information for public dissemination. fill out the forms included and don't send these seam- mers a check for the fee re- quested of $125. This scam has been around a while, but is still active.) Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. Why  n  ed will do? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Say Here! Pay Here! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-759-0631 000000United L, ountrg00 Gibson Really and Land Co, SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI'S LOCAL REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS timberland hunting land residential commercial, recreational www.gibsonrealtyms.com Slade Priest, Melissa Field, Scott Lindsey, REALTOR IE00TOR 00ALTOR, ALe,Forester 601-888-0094 601-467-7070 601-248-3561 Watch Out For Mystery Shopping Scheme If you have any questions, you may contact the Busi- ness Services Division of the Secretary of State's Of- fice at 601-359-1633. The Secretary of State's Office does not have prose- cutorial authority. You may report any violation by this business to the Consumer Protection Division of the State Attorney General's Office at 601-359-4230. (EDITOR'S NOTE: The above news release was received at The Woodville Republican via email on Monday morning, Septem- ber 22. In the mail that ar- rived at our post office box that same morning, we re- ceived two green envelopes containing this scam notic- es addressed to each of the two businesses I own, The Woodville Republican and Lewis Insurance Agency. I can attest that. these no- tices do look official. As was stated above, please don't