Thursday, January 18, 2007
Good folks return bank bag
Thefts seem to continue increasing.
Most crime reports from authorities these days contain several breaking and enterings, robberies, burglaries and the such like.
I talked with my daughter’s childhood friend Christine in New Orleans over the holidays. I tried to get her to come spend some of the holidays with us, but she’s not able yet.
“I hear the train a-comin’, it’s comin’ round the bend...”
Preachers do not work all of the time, and I do not suppose people would want us to. Last week, for example, I attended my annual meeting of the Mississippi Great Southern Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society in Hattiesburg.
Letter to the Editor
Response to letter:
I appreciate Mr. McMillan’s concerns for the tax payers’ dollar. But, as usual, his comments are just his opinion and, as usual, rarely based on facts or logical, reasoned thought.
The insert that I placed in the December mailing of the Holly Springs Utility Department, just like the advertisements in this paper and two others, was paid in full, by me.
The utility department, under their new manager, has devised a way to offset the cost of billing by selling unused space, as a result of the postage that is not being used.
To this end, I paid the cost of printing, shipping and a fee to the utility department, for their service.
Not a dime of tax payers’ or rate payers’ money was used.
So Mr. McMillan, get your facts straight before you blast another letter to the editor and I wish everyone, even you Mr. McMillan, a Happy New Year.
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