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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 24, 2013 000Di)lJi00elmbliean Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Andrew d. Lewis ....................................... Publisher/Editor 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@bellsouth.net. Periodicals Post- age Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN P.O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669-0696. A column by Rev. Bobby Thornhill, Pastor Centreville & Whites Chapel United Methodist Churches "No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon." Matthew 6:24 (NKJV) One of the greatest trag- edies in Church (every de- nomination) is that so many "Christians" try to serve God and mammon and expect to be able to pull it off in spite of the Scriptural warning, and that of the vast num- bers of those who have failed miserably in their attempts at this "double mindedness." Diversity in some things is desirable; diet, investments, and friendships for example. Diversity can be a good thing in these cases; but, diver- sity is a spiritual assassin when applied to our alle- giance to God. Trying to split our devotion between God and worldliness (mammon) simply cannot be done, as our text clearly states, and will result in our having a part time relationship with Jesus Christ. As I heard a paster on the radio say re- cently; "too many folks have bought into the idea of reli- gion, but too few have sold out to God." Many of the men and women who settled our little corner of the world came down the river on flat- boats with all their meager possessions aboard; upon finding a suitable place to camp they proceeded to dis- mantle their beat and build a new home. When we are justified through our faith in Jesus we must similarly cut our lifeline to worldli- ness and build a new rela- tionship with God through Jesus Christ. There is only one true Master, serve Him and Him alone. Wilkinson County Calendar Of Events To Add Events Please Call 601-888-4293 by noon Friday Action Taken On... (Continued from Page 1) • State vs. Gregory Wil- liams. Judge Sanders held a revocation of probation hearing involving the defendant. At the hearing Judge Sanders found that Williams was in violation of his pmbatien by failure to regularly report, failing to pay court ordered fees for the adult drug court, court costs and at- torney fees and supervision fees. After hearing the evidence and testimony in the case, Judge Sanders ordered that the matter be held in abey- ance pending the payment of all outstanding court ordered fees and court costs and the defendant is to be returned to formal Probation Supervi'on status. All outstanding super- vision fees of the MDOC were waived. He was ordered re- leased from the custody of the Wilkinson County Sheriff. • State vs. Deshon Jones. Defendant appeared in court and entered a plea of guilty to a felony charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. • State vs. Anthony T. Al- exander. Defendant appeared in court and entered a plea of guilty to a felony charge of Ut- tering a Forgery. • State vs. Percy C. Harris. Defendant appeared in court and entered a plea of guilty to a felony charge of Posses- sion of Schedule II Controlled Substance with Intent and Enhancements. At an evi- dence suppression hearing, the court ordered suppression of the seized evidence, and the state moved to not prosecute the case. • State vs. Adam I_lie McKey. An order to release was issued by the court. Judge Sanders was informed that McKey violated the rules and regulations of the Sixth Judi- dal Adult Drag Court Program after he was arms on anoth- er crime. Themalter the court issued a hold on the Order Re- turning the case te the criminal docket. McKey was ordered re- leased from the county jail and returned to the Sixth Judicial Adult Drug Court. • State vs. Leonard Credit. Judge Sanders was informed that Credit has violated the terms and conditions of the ms] Drax Biomass International, Inc. Job Fair Please Join Us For Our Job Fair: Friday, November 1st from 4pm - 8pm and Saturday, November 2nd from 8am - 12pm at SW MS Community College's Regional Workforce Training Ctr. Visit us at clraxbiomoss.com for more info. Address to lob fair: The SW MS Community College's Workforce Training Ctr is located at 1146 Horace Holmes Dr., Summit, MS, 3?666. Please see http://w, vw.smcc.edu/index.php/workforce-lraining-center for more inb on center. Job Opportunities include: Operations Supvsr-Central Control Rm Operator Pellitizing Operotor-Hammermill Operator-Hammermill Utility Operator-Woodyard Log Crane Operator-Woodyard Utility Operator-Woodyard Debarking/Chipping Line Operotor-Admin Asst-Office Mr-Plant Acct. Drax Biomass International, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We are com- mitted to buildinl a talented and diverse team in a safe workirl environment. 2)rivers -- Class A CDL Home Da 800-925-5556 Camp Van Darn Sets Veterans Day Open House Camp Van Darn World War IT Museum, located at 138 East Main Street in Cen- treville, will host its annual Open House on Sunday, No- vember 10, 2013, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. in observance of Veter- ans Day and to pay tribute and honor to veterans of all branches of service. In connection with this event the museum is seek- ing pictures of living and deceased area veterans of all military branches includ- ing Reserves and National Guard to be displayed for special recognition during the open house. Pictures may be brought to the mu- seum, mailed to P. O. Box 1113, Centreville, MS 39631 or emailed to www.campvan- dorn@bellsouth.net. Original pictures will be copied and returned to contributors. Veterans pictured in uniform would be great, but not a requirement. Museum officials extend a special invitation to the pub- lic to attend and show their appreciation to our country's veterans for the great service and sacrifice these men and women have made to keep our country free. Town of Centreville Christmas Parade Sat., Dec. 7, 3 p.m. The Town of Centreville will be having their Christ- mas Parade on Saturday, December 7, at 3 p.m. We are encouraging everyone to participate in the Christmas celebration. The theme will be "Given That Old Time Christmas," and the parade will be dedi- cated to the senior citizens of the community. Are you ready for some Old Timing Christmas in the city? Well get ready! For more information please contact Mrs. Betty Roberts at 601-639-5011 or Mrs. Lorina Williams at 601- 807-6436. -- Sponsored by the Centerville Community Committee. Sixth Judicial Adult Drug Court Program by being ter- minated fim a second treat- ment facility and leaving the facility without permission or notifying the proper person- nel. After hearing the evidence Judge Sanders returned the defendant to the Sixth Judicial Adult Drug Court Program. • State vs. Warren Slan. Guilty Plea and Sentencing order by the court. Defendant withdrew prior not guilty plea and entered a plea of guilty to a felony charge of Taking Posses- sion Of or Taking Away a Mo- tor Vehicle. Judge Sanders sen- tenced Slan to five years in the MD(. Defendant was also ordered to enroll into and suc- cessfiffiy complete a long term Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program before being released from the MDOC. He was given credit for time served in the Wilkinson County Jail. • State vs. Dashun Jones. Sentencing order issued by Judge Sanders. Defendant entered a plea of guilty to a felony charge of Burglary of a Dwelling House and was sen- tenced to a term of 10 years in the MDOC, said sentence was suspended and the defen- dant was placed on five years supervised probation. He was ordered to pay all court costs and a $200 prosecution fee within 30 days. • State vs. Jonathan Byrd. Defendant appeared in court during the October Term of court and pled guilty to a felony charge of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Sub- stance -- Oxycodone. Judge Sanders sentenced Byrd to a term of 10 years in the custody of the MDOC, said sentence was suspended and he was placed on five years supervised probation. He was ordered to pay all court costs, a prosecution fee of $200 and a fine of $5,000 within 30 days. Dickies Fried Chicken Hwy. 24 • Centreville • 601-645-5986 .... UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .... We Sell Chicken Necks • • • ALSO DELICIOUS. • • Fried Catfish, Shrimp, Oysters & Gumbo -- SPECIALS FOR OCTOBER -- Sat: $2 off all buckets 12 pc. & up COME IN & CHECK OUT OUR OTHER SPECIALS • • • • WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS" • • • NEEDED!!! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or email: alan@ dougrushingrealty.com HINDS CC RECOGNIZES SCHOLAR- SHIP RECIPIENTS, DONORS -- The Hinds Community College Founda- tion in Raymond recognized its 2013- 2014 scholarship recipients, donors and honorees at a scholarship recep- tion October 4 at the Clyde Muse Cen- ter on the Rankin Campus. Among those recognized were, from back left, Dylan Smith of Jackson; Jor- dan Wilkinson of Brandon; Randall Bell of Woodville; and, front right, Natalie Minton of Terry, all recipients of the Dr. Nell Ann Pickett Scholar- ship. With them is donor Dr. Nell Ann Pickett of Utica, at front left. Thanks to the ongoing generosity of donors, the Hinds Community Col- lege Foundation awarded more than 500 scholarships with a total value of more than $500,000. Most scholarship awards range from $500 to full-tuition scholarships for the school year. The deadline to apply for a Hinds Commu- nity College Foundation scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year is March 1, 2014. For more information see the Hinds website. -- Photo Submitted 23 26 26 26 27 27 27 28-Nov. 1 28 30 OCTOBER Open AA Meeting, Woodville Municipal Building, 6 pm Mr. Zion CME Church, Centreville, Usher Ministry Program, Speaker, 7 pm Mr. Zion BC, Donegal Rd., Family & Fdends Day Program, Special guests, 4 pm Dash From The Dead Haunted 5k Fun Run, downtown Natchez, sundown Kingsforcl BC, Homecoming Celebration, GuestsRvlale Chorus King David BC, noon Shiloh MBC, Homecoming Celebration, Rev. Nolan Thompson + choir, 2 pm St. Matthew #1 BC, Homecoming Celebration, Rev. William Wells, noon New Life Community BC, AMB & GMB Association., Revival, 7 pm Pleasant Green BC, Breast Cancer Lunch & Learn, call 888-3211, 11 am-12:30 pm Open P Meeting, Wooclville Municipal Building, 6 pm NOVEMBER Free Spdngs BC, Pastor's 26th Year Anniversary, 2 pm Mt. Olive BC, Mt. 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