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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, December 3, 2015 Page 5 Classified Ads 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 dassffied ads is Friday at noon. No excep- tions! Marl to P. O. Box 696, Woodx~e, MS 39669. 1/tf GARAGE SALE: 829 West Cherokee Street in Cen~e. Friday, Dec. 4, from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 5, fi'om 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. House- hold and kitchen items, plants, clothing and books. Rain or shine. No early birds! 12/3 FOOD-RETAIL ASST. MANAGERS: Local Federal Emp. Oppommity! Beginning Salary $37k to 40k! Federal Benefits Package! 3yrs Mgnt. Exp. Send Resume to canteen- 12/3/lwp HELP WANTED: Wilki- son County Senior Care locat- ed in Centreville now has the following positions available: Day shift RN Charge Nurse, Fall-time and PRN LPNs, Full time and PRN CNAs. Excel- lent pay, friendly environment. If interested, please notify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON or Chelsea Easterly, LPN, ADON at 601-645-5253. 12/3. 12/10 LOCAL GIRL SCOUT TROOP SENDS CHRISTMAS CHEER -- The local Girl Scout troop enjoyed fill- ing their "Christmas in a Shoebox" project and writing letters to show their love to other boys and girls this Christmas. -- Submitted Photo December GoodHealth Classes and Programs At Lane Regional MC MUFFINS FOR MOM AT WCES FOR SALE: 2004 14x66 Mobile home, 3 bedrooms, mission previously granted to 2 baths. In good shape. New anyone for any reason to go carpet. $13,000. Call 601-431- upon the property of the for- 5450. mer Moore Lumber Company 11/26, 12/3 pd is hereby revoked and anyone POSTED: ALL LANDS found thereon shall be severely owned by Holmes Sturgeon in prosecuted to the fullest ex- that property known as Stur- tent available under the law. geon Hill and also known as Holmes Sturgeon the John T. Sturgeon Estate 6/11/15- 12/10/15 by Ann H. Davis Coordinator/Agent Wilkinson County Extension Service The following GoodHealth Classes and Programs will be held at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, La., during December: * Food Addicts Anonymous - a weekly support group to provide fellowship for men and women willing to recover from the disease of food addiction. Meets every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in the West Wmg Conference Room. Meetings: December 3, 10 and 17. (No meetings: Decem- ber 24 and 31 due to holidays.) Diabetes Support Group - a monthly support group for all who have Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes including tam- fly, friends and any others in a supporting role. Meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. in the Diabetes Education Of- fice.. Meeting:. December 8. Topic: "Healthy Holiday Eating Tips" New Moms' Hope - a monthly support group for new morns suffering from post- partum depression. Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month from 6:30 p.m. until 7:45 p.m. in the West Wing Conference Room. Meeting:.. December 10. Call (225) 658-4587 for more information or to pre-registor. WCES Mothers Honored At Muffins For Mom Event The Muffins for Morns program at Wilkinson Coun- ty Elementary was a HUGE SUCCESS. The moms came over for a light and sweet breakfast with their chil- dren. The program is de- signed to promote parental involvement at WCES. "We have an open door be left unattended. Never dry garments or gloves by policy when it comes to pa- laying them on the heaters, rental involvement, we are Don't: Use a heater (elec- a public school and we want tric, wood, or gas) where the parents to know that it can ignite combustible any time they wish to come and Alonzo H. Sturgeon, et al, POSTED: All lands in Winter has not officially or flammable materials; to the school they can do so all lying north of the Buffalo Wilkinson County owned arrived, but cooler weather use portable heaters in an and work with the teach- River and on the north side of by the Ed Rollins Family, is moving in and most of us area where there might be the Buffalo Road, as well as AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are have tested our heating - a possibility of an explosive all lands owned by the under- posted against all hunting, especially those of us who atmosphere; allow a heater signed on Caroline Creek and fishing and otherwise tres- still have gas space heaters, to become a trip hazard; or Never leave portable heat- ers to help in any way they can," said WCES officials. The Muffin for Morns program gives the moms an opportunity to stay on cam- pus and visit in their child's classroom to learn more about what their children do on a daily basis. 'Thanks to all of my moms who took tune out of their busy schedules to help put a smile on their child's face and make this program a success," officials stated. "As always, thank you for being the BEST part of Wilkinson County Elementary!" Submitted by Alicia Ferguson-Holmes, Parent Liaison on the Percy's Creek Road and passing. All former permis- As I listened to the news use a portable heater in a ers or fireplaces unattend- such property owned by the un- sions are revoked unless ob- this morning (11/13), sever- wet environment or whereed; 5) Turn portable heat- dersigned on Highway 24 East rained in writing. -- Estate al house fires with injuries moisture may be prevalent, ers off when you go to bed; McComb, MS and jointly owned by the un- of Joan & Edward S. Rollins caused by faulty heaters, Other safety tips include: 6) Gas fuel heaters must dersignedontheZacksonLoui- 4/14 fireplaces, using improper 1) When purchasing a par- be well ventilated; 7) If you HUNTING LAND siana Road and known as the ~-ED--AN~- heating techniques (cook- table heater, fuel or elec- are burning wood in por- Moore aumber Company prep- TROLLED: All lands in ing stoves/ovens), and tric, be sure that it is an table stoves, be sure to use NEEDED!!! erty, are hereby pested against Wilkinson County locateditems being left too close approved model from a rec- properly seasoned wood; 8)Have qualified all forms of hunting, fishing or buyers looking for otherwise trespassing, except at 1129 Fords Creek Road, to flames had already oc- ognized testing laboratory Install smoke alarms and with the explicit permission of Wood~le, MS, owned by Ver- curred in nearby areas, such as Underwriters' Lab- carbon monoxide alarms in the undersigned orjoint owner, na M. Freeman are herebyI know many of you have oratories; 2) Installation critical locations through hunting land. Several All previous permissions are posted against hunting, fish- seen similar articles in past should be performed by athe home and test them pe- 40ac-lOOacclients, thereby revoked. All violators ing and otherwise trespass- years, but heater safety is certified technician accord- riodically; and 9) If you are 500ac-lOOOac will be prosecuted. No cameras ing. All former permissions a concern that needs to be ing to manufactureFs in-using wood heaters or fire- clients, and many or:any other such electronic revoked, unless obtained in a focus as cold weather ap- struction and local codes; 3) places, allow the hot coals equipment shall be allowed on writing. Violators ~ be pros- praaches. MSU Extension A good $~fety pract.i_c& iS to to cool before disposing in a in between. , the same without permission ecuted.--VernaM. FreemanRisk Management Man- maintain 36 between the metal contaiher. Call Alan .... ager Ted Gordon recom- heater and any flammableRemember: Practice Fire 601-249-8436 of the undersigned. All per- 10/14/27p mends several tips for safer material - wallpaper, cur- Safety! Watch What You or emoil: alan@ heating during the coming rains, furniture, pets; 4) Heat! Be alert! weeks. 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 ^ ........... Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS a LA -- Trane Dealer -- We Accept redff Cards! ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING Stand-By Teneralor " Tank/e ;r Water [teater r Appliance Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders SAME DAY INSTALLATION DISH! IREP CES replac I es should be cleaned and inspected each year before the heating season sets in. Creosote forms as wood burns, creating a buildup in the chimney walls that will cause a fire if not properly cleaned. Always protect your home and family by r;~ , .... i :.i:~ =. __ . : " = i ~ ~ __ using a sturdy screen when ~ [ i~ ~:' 6~et burning fires. You Should always burn wood and no a whole home satellite system installed at paper or pine limbs which can cause particles to float out of the chimney and could ignite your neighbor's roof or yard. Never use flammable liquids in the fireplace. If you buy a fac- tory built fireplace, buy one that has been approved by a reputable laboratory and be sure that the installa- tion meets manufacturer and local standards. With Christmas coming, remem- ber that if you hang stock- ings on the mantel, don't start a fire in the fireplace. Wood or Coal Burning Stoves: Follow the manu- facturer's instructions for the proper installation, maintenance and use. Nev- er leave a burning fire un- attended. Be sure to have a flame-retardant floor pad underneath the space heat- ers to protect the floor. Portable Electric and Gas Heaters: Read the manufacturer's manual be- fore operating a portable heater. Maintenance and inspections are the keys to detection for equipment 'problems. Provide proper ventilation as recommend- ed by the manufacturer. When using electric heat- ers, be sure that the cir- cuits aren't overloaded. Turn off all heaters (gas or electric) when leaving the area, except one that is specifically designed to POSTED: Notice is here- by given that the Grade Mattire Partition property containing 99+ acres and lo- cated on the north side of the Donegal Road in Section 1, T1N/R3W, is strictly posted against hunting, fishing and all other forms of trespass- ing. Violators will be pros- ecuted to the fullest extent of the law. -- Grade Mattire Partition Owners 10/29/15- 1/21/16 hands on training for FAA certification. Financial aid if qualified. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-367-2510. MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALISTS NEEDED! Train at home for a career working with Medical Billing and Insurance Claims. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Online training at Bryan University! HS Diploma/GED. and Computer/Internet needed. 1-877-25% 3880 Employment.General Corredional Officers The Mississippi Department of Correc- tions is looking to hire new correctional officers statewide at our three state pris- ons--South Mississippi Correc- tional Institution (SMCI) in Leakesville on Saturday, Decem- ber 5, 2015 and December 16, 2015, Central Mississippi Correc- tional Facility (CMCF) in Pearl on Tuesday, December 8, 2015, and Mississippi State Penitentiary (MSP) at Parchman on Saturday, December 12, 2015. Interviews and screening will be conducted at all 3 state prisons at 8:30 a.m. Correctional officers are responsible for the supervision, care, custody, and con- trol of inmates. Starting pay is $1,886.61 per month. Applicants who accept the correctional officer job must attend a paid 8-week training academy and work a 12-hour shift. Job requirements include an applicant must be at least 21 years of age, pro- vide proof of o high school diploma or G.E.D. (Accredited Program Only), pos- sess a valid driver's license and Social Security card, and have no felony or domestic violence conviction. Males between the ages of 21-25 must show proof of Selective Service registration., Potential applicants must also pass a math quiz, a written report, a physical agility exercise, a drug test (at no cost), a background investigation and a poly- graph test. Individuals may apply online at the MDOC website, or the Mississippi State Personnel Board website, Or, contact MDOC Personnel Services at (601) 359-5696 or the Personnel Depart- ments at the facilities: MSP (601) 745- 6611 ext. 2366, CMCF (601) 932-2880 ext. 6701, and SMCI (601) 394-5600 ext. 1217. Broiler Flock Supervisor Position open at Sanderson Farms Inc. Hozle- hurst, MS. Knowledge of animal wel- fare, broiler flock health, & bio-security. Abilily to direct and persuade growers to follow approved program, perform administrative duties, & prepare re- ports. Two years Broiler experience *referable. Please call or email resume to Amberly Sherwood at 601-892-1145 or Employment.Trucking DRIVER - CDL/A. READY TO MAKE MORE MONEY IN A NEW CAREER? Get your CDL A in 22 days with no out- of-pocket tuition cost! We pay you while you train. New pay increase. Classes starting every Monday. Refresher course available. Must be 21 years of age. 855- 378-9335. EOE. 25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW[ Learn to drive for USXpress Earn $800 per week. Local 15-day C0L training. Immediate Openings! 1-800-350.7364 i1.I . XPR[SS ORIVEhl BY INNOVATION For Rent PRIME OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE. Approximately 1,400 sq. ft. available June 1. Located off 1-55 in Autumn Woods Office Park in north Jackson. 3-4 private offices and large storage, work or confer- ence room, separate baths, kitchenette, small reception area. Partially furnished if interested. 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