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On November 6th, general election day, just a touch is all it takes to cast your vote. No more punching cards, flipping levers or filling in circles. Now Mississippi voters can renjoy the ease, accuracy and accessibility of voter-friendly Touch- Screen Voting. The state's new Touch-Screen Voting stations provide a whole new confidence incapturing your intent. As an extra step, they're even equipped with VVPAT (Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail), to prove your vote is recorded exactly as you entered it. So, go ahead: Touch and Vote Mississippi Just a touch is all it takes. TM Just A Touch Is All It Takes. THE SOUTHERN HERALD Liberty, Mississippi November 1, 2007 Page 8 SIGNS OF FAL~ Feathers of frost on a window pane, Majestic oaks cloaked in robes of yellow and gold. Leaves playing tag In the wlnd. Leafless limbs straining to catch the wind. Staring intently into a warm, crackling fire. Putting on your favorite flannel shirt. The smell of smoke on a cold, damp morning. The sound of a blue tick hound baying on a cool, crisp night. Putting away the bedspread and break- ing out grandma's quilts. Laying the fields by till spring. The wash pot's boiling, waiting on the hog! It's syrup making time! A pot of homemade soup simmering on the stove. The smell of sweet potatoes bakin~ and cracklin' cornbread. Breaking out your old coat, more like a friend than a garment. The outline of geese against a back- ground of blue. The talk of how things used to be around a potbellied stove. With a mule and slide gathering lighter pine for the coming winter. Putting up the fishing pole and oiling up the old smoke pole! ; Hot biscuits, fresh skimmed cream, fried pork tenderloin, and ribbon cane syrup! "Musings of a poor country boy that grew up in the hills and along the banks of the Homochltto River in northwest By Robbie Arnold-October,1998 There are only two ways to liveI your life. One is as though noth-I ing is a miracle. The other is asI if everything is. I A bert Einste n] i INTENIAL CELEBRATION i THE AMITE COUNTY-LIBERTY BICENNTENIAL COMMIT-I TEE NEEDS OLD PHOTOS, COMMUNITY INFORMATION,I CHURCH HISTORY AND ANY INFORMATION THAT MAY BEI USED IN THE BICENNTENIAL BOOK. ' I BRING THESE PHOTOS BY THE SOUTHERN HERALDI WHILE YOU WAIT. J house we groan, longing to be clothed with our dwelling from heaven; inasmuch as we, having put it on, shall not be found naked. For indeed while we are in this tent, we groan, being bur- dened, because we do not want to be unclothed, but to be clothed, in order that what is mortatmay be swallowed up bylife~ Now He who prepared usflor this very PurPose is God, who gave to us the Spirit as a pledge." Therefore, being always of good courage, and knowing that while we are at home in the body we are absent from the Lord-- !for we walk by faith, not by sight--we are of good courage, I say, and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the LoFd. Therefore also we have as our ambition, whether at home or absent, to be plbasing to Him." what you owe for less If y0u qualify we can: Stop wage garnishments Remove bank levies, tax levies, property seizures Stop payment plans that get you nowhere Settle state and business payroll tax problems Eliminate penalties, interest charges & tax liens If you owe over $15,000 in back taxes, call now t, FREE consultation ,I J "For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may be recompensed for his deeds in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad. Therefore knowing the fear of the Lord, we persuade men, but we are made manifest to God; and I hope that we are made manifest also in your consciences. We are not again commending ourselves to you but are giving you an occasion to be proud of us, that you may have an answer for those who take pride in appearance, and, I not in heart. For if we are beside ourselves, it Is for God; =f we are of sound mind it is for you. For~the love of Christ controls us, i ' I having concluded this, that one died for all, therefore all died;i and He died for all, that they who live should no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf. Therefore from now on we recognize no man according to the flesh; even though we have known .Christ according to the flesh, yet now we know Him thus.no longer. "Therefore if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come. Now all these things are from God, who reconciled us to Himself through Christ, and gave us the ministry of reconciliation, namely, that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and He has committed to us the word of reconciliation. Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were entreating through us; we beg you on behalf of Chrlst, be reconciled to God. He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him." 2 Corinthians 5:1-21 (NAS) No Obligation Confidential S 1 0 BREAST CANCER SEMINAR HELD On October 16, 2007, in conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Amite County Medical Services, Inc. hosted a reast Cancer Awareness Seminar. Information regarding the seminar and dis- cussing the importance of breast health and early detection was published in three local newspapers and area radio stations. More than 140 attend- ed the seminar this year. The program included facts and statistics, edu- cation on breast self examinations and mammography. Speakers included an oncologist, three breast cancer survivors and a staff member of a hos- pice agency. Mrs, Cynthia Stuart, Susan G. Komen for the Cure Founda- tion Board Member, was one Of the guest speakers. Each year.the number of women reached by this seminar continues to increase. Thanks to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, during 2006, Amite County Medical Services, Inc. referred 288 women for mammo- grams, and of these women 117 had no other source of payment and the mammograms have been paid by Amite County Medical Services, Inc. Amite County Medical Services, Inc. referred and paid for breast ultra- sounds as follow-up to abnormal mammogram results for women who had been referred by ACMS. Funds were also used to pay for a surgical con- Sult for foUow-up to abnormalities identified on the mammogram and breast ultrasound. Staff at Amite County Medical Services, Inc. have learned a great deal about breast cancer and the importance of awareness, education and screening thanks to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. With the continuing support of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, even greater numbers of women will be educated and screened during 2007. All women need to have clinical breast examinations each year and mammograms on a regular schedule in order to ensure there is no breast cancer present. Early detection is key to successful treatment of breast cancer. Please call Amite County Medical Services, Inc. at 601-657-80~1 to learn more about this program and to schedule an appointment.