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Main Street Corinth is going to try it again. “The Goonies” is slated for the final Films of Fillmore event this year. The movie, which was canceled due to rain back in the summer, is set for 6 p.m. Friday in the downtown CARE Garden. “We have had pretty good attendance this year,” said Main Street Director Brent Johnson. “It is a growing event and something we can do to get people downtown.” Show time is just after sunset, according to Johnson. “The movie won’t start before six,” he said. Concessions will be available with candy, popcorn and sodas being the items for the night. “People are also welcome to bring their own food,” said Johnson. “All we ask is they clean up after they are done.” “The Goonies” – a 1985 adventure comedy – features a band of pre-teens who live in the “Goon Docks” neighborhood of Astoria, Oregon. While attempting to save their homes from demolition, the youngsters discover an old Spanish map that leads them on an adventure to unearth the long-lost fortune of One-Eyed Willy, a legendary 17th-century pirate. During the movie, the preteens are chased by a family of Please see FILM | 5A
Lou McDonald knows how to make people laugh. It’s her sense of humor which makes Magnolia Regional Health Center a lively place every Tuesday. McDonald, a 12-year volunteer with the MRHC Auxiliary, was rewarded for putting smiles on faces by being named a Volunteer of the Year by the Mississippi Hospital Association. The Indiana native was recognized by MHA earlier this month, along with 22 other recipients from across the state at The Hilton in Jackson. “It was awesome,” said McDonald of being recognized with fellow volunteers. A love for meeting new people brought the 69 yearold volunteer to Magnolia Regional Health Center. “I see people everywhere I go,” she said. “I don’t like to see sad people … I want to make them laugh about something.” “Her great smile, hearty voice, witty personality and unending generosity make Lou an exceptional volunteer for our facility,” said Renee Bullard, MRHC Auxiliary Liaison. McDonald, who lives in Guys, Tennessee with her husband Willie, is also known to satisfy the sweet tooth of hospital employees and patients during her four hours of volunteering. “The candy is just me,” she said. “Willie and I have been blessed and we like to share it
on her motorized scooter and heads to six different places in the hospital.
Community leaders are looking for fresh ideas ... and they hope to receive just that from a Mississippi Development Authority Asset Development Team who is in Corinth this week. MDA asset mapping team members Ellen Bordeaux, Ken P’Pool and Roy Decker spent their Tuesday on a driving tour of Corinth visiting local tourist attractions, schools, industries, the hospital and other public places. “They are here to get an overview of Corinth’s strengths,” said Andrea Rose, Community Development Director with The Alliance. “My hope is we can get independent feedback about some of our community’s strongest assets.” The team was set to make three stops while touring Corinth on Tuesday including the Corinth-Alcorn County Roscoe Turner Airport, the Crossroads Arena and the Verandah-Curlee House. “We feel like the airport is one of Corinth’s most undeveloped assets and hopefully the team can give us some ideas on how to improve and partner to get the most out of that asset,” said Rose. “Of course, we will also give them the background information on everything -the good, the bad and the ugly.” Following the tour, the team was scheduled to meet with community leaders to discuss their findings.
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Magnolia Regional Health Center Auxiliary member Lou McDonald was recognized as a Volunteer of the Year by the Mississippi Hospital Association earlier this month. with others.” McDonald starts her fourhour shift by getting candy together to give away at 8 a.m. The volunteer then gets
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First United Methodist Church has enough candy. All the congregation needs is someone to come and get the treats. The community will get its chance to load up tonight during the church’s annual “Tent or Treat”. “We’ve had a generous turnout and more is expected,” said Haley Lowery, Director of Families and Children Ministry, of the abundance of candy. “The congregation has really been a bunch of cheerful givers.” The event will be held in the courtyard of the church and is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. “The main thing is the community sees our doors are open,” said Lowery. “We want to meet people and love them like Jesus does.”
First United Methodist Church Director of Families and Children Ministry Haley Lowery and pastor Roger Shock go through a sample of the candy the church will hand out during their “Tent or Treat” event.
“The congregation has really been a bunch of cheerful givers.” Haley Lowery Director of Families and Children Ministry There will be hot dogs, drinks and cookies. Children will also be available to enjoy joy jumpers and other kids’ activities. “It is an effort to reach multiple generations in the community,” added Lowery. FUMC is planning for around 600 people. “The event will be like a miniature fair,” added Lowery. First United Methodist Church is located at 901 North Fillmore Street.
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Today in History Today is Wednesday, Oct. 28, the 301st day of 2015. There are 64 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in History: On Oct. 28, 1965, Pope Paul VI issued a Declaration on the Relation of the Church with Non-Christian Religions which, among other things, absolved Jews of collective guilt for the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
On this date: In 1776, the Battle of White Plains was fought during the Revolutionary War, resulting in a limited British victory. In 1886, the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland. In 1914, Yugoslav nationalist Gavrilo Princip, whose assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, sparked World War I, was sentenced in Sarajevo to 20 years’ imprisonment. (He died in 1918.) In 1962, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev informed the United States that he had ordered the dismantling of missile bases in Cuba; in return, the U.S. secretly agreed to remove nuclear missiles from U.S. installations in Turkey. In 1976, former Nixon aide John D. Ehrlichman entered a federal prison camp in Safford, Arizona, to begin serving his sentence for Watergate-related convictions (he was released in April 1978). In 1980, President Jimmy Carter and Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan faced off in a nationally broadcast, 90-minute debate in Cleveland. In 1991, what became known as “The Perfect Storm” began forming hundreds of miles east of Nova Scotia; lost at sea during the storm were the six crew members of the Andrea Gail, a swordfishing boat from Gloucester, Massachusetts.
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Across the Region Parade, costume contest Saturday BOONEVILLE — The Booneville & Prentiss County Main Street Association invites the community to participate in this year’s Boo Parade & Costume Contest on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 3 p.m. The Costume Contest will be held inside the old Booneville Hardware building, and if the weather permits, there will be a parade around the block in historic downtown Booneville. Please contact Trudy Featherston at 662-7284130 or 662-416-3375 for more details.
TDOC’s Operation Blackout under way SELMER, Tenn. — As trick-or-treaters put the final touches on their costumes, the Tennessee Department of Correction is already taking additional measures to keep them safe this Halloween with the launch of Operation Blackout. Operation Blackout began Thursday and is a yearly, massive statewide sweep to ensure registered sex offenders under TDOC supervision follow strict guidelines for the fall season and Halloween. Hundreds of teams of TDOC probation parole officers work with local law enforcement to saturate communities across the state, conducting random visits and compliance checks on sex offenders. Last night, officers conducted more than 300 compliance checks, resulting in one arrest, one citation, and four violations. These extra checks will be conducted on 3,500 sex offenders statewide through Halloween. Operation Blackout builds on the daily supervision of the roughly 80,000 offenders on probation and parole across Tennessee. “We always work hard year round to ensure offenders are in compliance,” says TDOC Commissioner Derrick Schofield. “Operation Blackout enhances that work and sends a message that we will do whatever is needed to protect our
children and our communities from any potential threats.” October 31st restrictions for sex offenders include: ■ Will remain in their homes between the hours of 6 p.m to 6 a.m. ■ Will not have porch lights on as is the custom to participate in trick-or-treating. ■ Will not open their doors for trick-or-treaters. ■ Will only open their doors for law enforcement or probation and parole officers. ■ Will not be allowed to display fall decorations. ■ Will not be allowed to wear costumes or dress in disguise. In 2014, TDOC probation parole officers conducted more than 3,000 checks on sex offenders during Operation Blackout.
Deputies arrest 3 for drug possession EASTVIEW, Tenn. — Three people were arrested at the Eastview Dollar General Monday by the McNairy County Sheriff’s Department and have been charged with various drug charges, according to a press release by the sheriff’s department. The deputies were responding to the business for a possible shoplifting. Deputies spotted several people that appeared to be traveling together in separate vehicles. Those arrested were Anna Rachelle Morgan, 20, of Savannah, was charged with Possession of Sch. II, Possession Legend Drugs, and Possession Drug Paraphernalia; Joseph Corbett Ray Morgan, 42, of Adamsville, was charged with Possession Sch. VI; and Timothy Mason Marlow, 25, of Adamsville, was charged with Possession of Sch. II, Possession Legend Drugs, and Possession Drug Paraphernalia. KP/Deputy Dustin Jaco discovered 98 items that included morphine pills in a cellophane bag, a pack of Cigarillos, and a bag of Marijuana in the first vehicle. The second
Salvation Army’s campaign kicks off TUPELO — On Monday, the Salvation Army’s Capital Campaign was launched in Tupelo. The campaign committee was thrilled to announce to the public that they have raised more than 1.2 million dollars. Putting them more than halfway of a goal of 2.25 million, which will help fund a 5,000 square foot building for men and women dormitories, and renovations to the rest of the Salvation Army Facilities. With future renovations they will turn their current dormitories into two family style apartments. Some of the top donations have came from Renasant Bank, BancorpSouth, Create Foundation, and the North Mississippi Health Services.
Veteran chancery court judge dies NEW ALBANY — Chancery Court Judge Talmadge Littlejohn has died. Union County Coroner Pam Boman says Littlejohn, 80, was taken by ambulance because of a sudden illness to Baptist Hospital - Union County Monday night. He died in the emergency room around 11 p.m. of an apparent heart attack. Littlejohn was serving his fourth term as Chancery Court judge. He had also served two terms as the District Attorney in Third Circuit Court District. Littlejohn has also been a municipal judge in New Albany and served as the city of New Albany’s attorney
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Two KKK members facing gun charges OXFORD — Two Ku Klux Klan members are facing federal weapons charges after police say the men had guns in a truck parked on the University of Mississippi campus during a protest last week. University police arrested Kyler Campbell and Virgil Dennison on Thursday, and an FBI agent said in federal court records that the men are Klan members. Campbell and Dennison – who are not students – protested as the faculty senate adopted a student-sponsored resolution asking university administrators to remove the state flag because it has the Confederate battle emblem that critics see as a symbol of racial oppression. The flag was removed from campus early Monday. The men are charged with possessing a firearm in a school zone, Chad Lamar, spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in northern Mississippi, said Monday. Campbell remained in the Lafayette County Jail late Monday, and a call to his attorney was not immediately answered after business hours. Dennison was released on house arrest and must undergo a mental evaluation, Lamar said. Dennison’s public defender didn’t immediately return a call.
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Man faces federal child porn charges OXFORD — A Pontotoc County man faces federal child pornography charges. A federal indictments shows Joe Starlin Eastman, Jr, 52, of Randolph faces 12 counts of sexual exploitation of children. A federal affidavit says he transported some of the images from Texas to Mississippi, and later downloaded or shared images while staying at hotels in Winona and West Point. Authorities say some of the images included children under the age of 12. He was arrested on Oct. 7 in Kosciusko by local, state and federal authorities. The court record shows Eastman had a previous conviction for possession of child pornography in Canada in 2007 and was ordered to serve eight months in prison. Eastman waived arraignment and has pleaded not guilty. Bond has been set at $30,000.
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Let’s build on Roosevelt’s conservation plan When we visit the places that wildlife call home we marvel at the peace we find. I for one was lucky to have been able to canoe, hike, ride bikes as well as hunt or fish in every county of our fine state. Will As a hunter and someone Primos who has made a living designing and manufacturing prodColumnist ucts for the outdoors, I fully understand the integral role of conservation, outdoor recreation, historic preservation and hunting and fishing to our Mississippi economy. I have done the research, and without travel and tourism, Mississippi would have $388 million less in general fund revenues and 114,167 fewer jobs. Mississippi is blessed with incredible natural resources that provide countless outdoor adventures enjoyed by Mississippians and out-of-state visitors every year. It’s big business and creates consumer spending, jobs and tax revenues for all of Mississippi. We are blessed. Six national forests. Over 1,000 square miles of public hunting lands in 53 wildlife management areas. Nine national wildlife refuges. 119 public lakes. 123,000 stream miles. 255,000 freshwater acres and the Mississippi Sound. The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is busy and is doing a great job but they need our support. We enjoy the Natchez Trace for biking, hiking, leisurely drives and beautiful scenery. The barrier islands not only provide spectacular beaches and emerald waters, but also protect the Coast. I started fishing Chandeleur in 1960 and I promise you there are no prettier sunsets anywhere. The Vicksburg National Military Park and the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center are gold mines for history buffs. The Delta National Forest and Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge are a hunter’s paradise because they are among those wild places that wildlife call home. One of the threats to this major part of the state’s economy is an alarming decline in the federal government’s investment in conservation. Over the last 30 years, the U.S. has gone from spending four percent of its national budget on conservation to under one percent. The federal government was moving to close access to public hunting and fishing lands in the South Delta recently because of insufficient funding to maintain the land. Fortunately, Sen. Thad Cochran intervened to resolve the issue and preserve access; otherwise, not only would people have lost their ability to hunt and fish on this federal land, but local businesses would have suffered. And this is in an area that is generally economically depressed, so tourism dollars are critical. Federal lands are the foundation of the most successful conservation system in the world, established by Theodore Roosevelt. Without the proper funding we could lose what Roosevelt knew was worth protecting. Federal investment on natural resource, environmental and conservation programs is critically low. Besides the obvious benefit to conservation, spending on natural resources also makes economic sense. There is $4.9 BILLION on outdoor recreation consumer spending in Mississippi a year; this is over twice the receipts the state’s top agricultural commodity, chickens! This spending generated $329 million in state and local taxes which is enough to support the average salaries of more than 10,000 police and sheriff officers. There were 782,000 people who hunted or fished in Mississippi last year, and they helped support 67,500 Mississippi jobs related to outdoor recreation with $1.3 BILLION in annual salaries and wages. Americans love the outdoors. Camping. Hunting. Fishing. Boating. Biking. Hiking. It’s what we love to do, but it’s also big business. Mississippi depends on outdoor tourism. It’s time for the federal government to protect this huge part of the economy. Our Mississippi Congressional delegation has the power to help protect these special places that we treasure. Please let them know you are counting on them. (Will Primos is the founder of Primos Hunting.)
Prayer for today My Father, help me to understand that I cannot have self-development unless the spirit of truth drills my character. Cleanse my heart from all impurity, and strengthen me for all usefulness: help me to daily live this prayer. Amen.
A verse to share “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” —2 Timothy 1:7
Bernie’s foolish crush on Sweden Scandinavia is the American left’s Shangri-La. It is the land of social democracy and of all good things. It is the answer to any objection that new welfare benefits can’t be adopted here: But look how well they work in Sweden. Bernie Sanders reverted to this article of faith when challenged over his socialism at last week’s Democratic debate. He invited America to sit at the knee of Scandinavia. “I think we should look to countries like Denmark, like Sweden and Norway,” he said, “and learn from what they have accomplished for their working people.” There are a couple of things wrong with the left’s romance with these countries, as Swedish analyst Nima Sanandaji notes in a recent monograph. It doesn’t fully appreciate the sources of Nordic success, or how Scandinavia has turned away from the socialism so alluring to its international admirers. The first thing to know is that Scandinavia is inhabited by Scandinavians, a hardworking, responsible people who have had high levels of social trust and cohesion for a very long time. These are splendid qualities for any place to have.
As Sanandaji points out, Scandinavia already had high life expectancy and other health Rich i n d i c a t o r s Lowry before it expanded its National welfare state, Review and already had more equal societies. You can take the Scandinavians out of Scandinavia, but not the Scandinavia out of the Scandinavians. Sure enough, they have thrived here in the United States outside of their social-democracy hothouse. The descendants of Scandinavian immigrants have median incomes 20 percent higher than the U.S. average, and their poverty rate is half the average, according to Sanandaji. No one remembers, but Scandinavia wasn’t always a watchword for social democracy. Indeed, Sweden was such a free-market success story that Republicans should be citing it in their debates. It started as a poor country in the late 19th century, then achieved takeoff under a dynamic capitalist system into the middle of the 20th century. Its boom coincided with the time
when its taxes were lower than in the U.S. and the rest of Europe. When Bernie Sanders and his ilk hold up Scandinavia as an exemplar, they are really thinking of a couple of decades beginning in the early 1970s when Sweden and others got their full Sanders on. In Sweden, the effective marginal tax rate topped 100 percent in some circumstances. There is a reason that IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad fled the country in 1973. Sweden instituted a scheme to confiscate corporate profits and hand them over to labor unions. The idea was, in the words of a Swedish economist, to have “a market economy without individual capitalists and entrepreneurs.” This was about as logical as it sounded – and delivered predictable results. The socialist golden years weren’t so golden for economic performance. Entrepreneurship plummeted. Job creation and wages sputtered. The Scandinavian story the past few decades has been a turn against socialism. Taxes have fallen, and markets have been liberalized. Kamprad returned to Sweden. It became obvious that
generous-enough welfare benefits can undermine the initiative of even the heartiest Scandinavian stock, and these countries have been adjusting accordingly. An article in The New York Times a couple of years ago recounted the backlash against welfare dependence in Denmark. It cited a study that projected in 2013 that only three of 98 municipalities would have a majority of residents working. If no one will mistake these countries for Texas, they allow enough economic openness to stay vibrant. “Scandinavian countries,” Sanandaji writes, “compensate for high taxes and labor market rigidities by following liberal policies in other areas, such as business freedom and openness to trade.” Denmark, of all places, is ranked 11th on The Heritage Foundation’s index of economic freedom, right above the United States. Nothing will undermine the left’s faith in the Scandinavian model, but Bernie Sanders could learn a thing or two from the reformers in the countries that he so admires. (Daily Corinthian columnist Rich Lowry can be reached via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Rodeo and his Kentucky thoroughbreds PARIS, Ky. — The smallish Eiffel Tower snug to the chamber of commerce office isn’t exactly what put me in mind of the other, more famous, Paris. It was the giant sycamores lining the narrow lanes of this town that did the trick. My niece, bless her heart, was determined that I think kindly of the thoroughbred industry. So she took me to Claiborne Farm, a stallion breeding station that approaches things the oldfashioned way. And the drive there was a French calendar page. Claiborne Farm’s 3,000 acres is home to a stallion that has made $80 million the old-fashioned way: impregnating mares. There are 50 barns, 35 houses, 63 equine champions and, in a shady horse cemetery, the full-body grave of Secretariat. For 105 years, four generations of the Hancock family have bred such winners. As impressive as all those statistics are, the one that wowed me wasn’t in the brochure. Our perfect-
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pitch guide, a toughlooking guy who drives his Harley to work, introduced Rheta himself as Johnson Rodeo. No last name Columnist required, like Cher, or Elvis. And then he said Claiborne Farm has 97 miles of fencing. That fact, to me, was the most impressive. I once helped my father build a short cross fence to hold in a horse. It’s hard work. But building Claiborne’s fences was not the toughest job. “The toughest job on the farm is holding the mares,” Rodeo explained, then removed his cap to show the scars from 16 stitches and one mare-holding mishap. Rodeo holds the mares. It’s like being a rodeo clown without barrels, thus his name. It takes four employees to manage the horses in the breeding shed, which has a
synthetic floor that’s softer than regular dirt and partially padded walls. There’s even someone to hold the mare’s tail out of the way while the stallion has its way. That should make for interesting cocktail chatter: “What do you do?” “Me? Oh, I hold the mare’s tail out of the way while War Front earns another $200,000.” A small tour group followed Rodeo along the rubber brick road – so far, the soft brick have lasted 22 years, another impressive statistic, are you listening state road department? – arriving at the stall of Kentucky Derby winner Orb. Any tourist who wanted could approach the horse at his neck and pet him while someone else in your party took photos and Rodeo kept the stallion from biting you. “All stallions bite, but some are meaner than others,” Rodeo said. “But trust me. I haven’t let him bite anyone yet.” At the niece’s urging, I had my beauty snapped with Orb, but in the photos
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I looked a little less than trusting of a man with 16 stitches beneath his ball cap. I let others have all the fun with War Front, the stallion that’s earned $80 million so far with his unprecedented virility. Turns out, horses make a lot more money in stud fees than they do in winning races. Some impregnate more than 100 mares annually, with fees for each individual effort ranging from $5,000 to War Front’s princely $200,000. We ended up in the horse cemetery where champions’ hooves, hearts and heads rest in pieces. But Secretariat was such a winner that the whole horse made it into the ground, which now has sunken into an impressive outline showing just how big a Kentucky thoroughbred’s casket and influence can be. (To find out more about Daily Corinthian columnist Rheta Grimsley Johnson and her books, visit www. rhetagrimsleyjohnsonbooks.com.)
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DA warns against buzzed driving BY JEFF YORK For Daily Corinthian
SELMER, Tenn. — This Halloween, District Attorney Mike Dunavant is reminding Halloween partiers that “Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving.” If your Halloween party, involves alcohol then you have to make a plan to get home without getting behind the wheel. “If you want to stay safe this Halloween then make a plan to get home without driving if you’ve been drinking,” said Dunavant. “Even one drink impairs judgment, so plan to get home by designating a sober driver. Buzzed driving is drunk driving, so think ahead to stay safe.” According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 43 percent of all people killed in mo-
tor vehicle crashes on Halloween night (6 p.m. October 31st – 5:59 a.m. November 1st) from 2009 to 2013 were in crashes involving a drunk driver. On Halloween Night alone 119 people lost their lives over that same period. Children out trick-ortreating and the parents accompanying them are also at risk as 19 percent of fatal pedestrian crashes on Halloween night (2009-2013) involved drunk drivers. It is illegal everywhere in America to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher. In 2013, 10,076 people were killed in drunk driving crashes. Even if you drive drunk and aren’t killed or seriously injured you could end up paying as much $10,000 for a DUI. Buzzed Driving Is Drunk
Driving, so follow these simple tips to stay safe: ■ Plan a safe way to get home before you attend the party. Alcohol impairs judgment, as well as reaction time. If you’re drunk you’re more likely to choose to drive drunk. ■ Designate a sober driver, take public transportation, a car service, or a call a sober friend of family member to get home. ■ Walking while impaired can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Designate a sober friend to walk you home. ■ If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact local law enforcement when it is safe to do so. ■ If you see someone you think is about to drive while impaired, take their keys and help them get home safely.
Halloween,” said Johnson. Children who attend the film are also welcome to wear their Halloween costumes, according to
Johnson. “There won’t be any trick or treating at the event, but children can still wear their costume.” Admission is free.
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(Editor’s Note: This story includes the correction location.) The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) has issued a traffic advisory for a lane closure on U.S. 72 in Alcorn County. The advisory was made due to a lane widening and signal upgrade project by the City of Corinth. As a result of the up-
grades, motorists should expect minor delays on U.S. 72 near the fivelegged intersection at South Parkway Street and Liddon Lake Road in front of Brose Autoplex. Closures include: The westbound outside lane on U.S. 72 at the fivelegged intersection and at Liddon Lake Road. The closure will continue through the end of
November. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is responsible for providing a safe inter-modal transportation network that is planned, designed, constructed and maintained in an effective, cost-efficient and environmentally-sensitive manner. (For more information, visit GoMDOT. com.)
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criminals who are also out to claim the treasure. “The movie kind of goes along with the theme of
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Mississippi Development Authority Asset Development Team members Ellen Bordeaux, Ken P’Pool and Roy Decker discuss some of Corinth’s community assets with The Alliance Director Gary Chandler and Corinth Area Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Director Christy Burns.
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Her stops include the SICU Unit, Surgery, Cath Lab, Recovery Room and Main Surgery Room. “Handing out candy makes my heart melt,” she said. “All of the departments look for me on Tuesday morning.” She purchases all the candy she hands out on her own. McDonald takes the candy job serious even to the extent of remembering what many of the employees like best. “I look forward to working with Lou because of her constant upbeat and positive attitude,” said coworker Mary Coleman.
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Lou McDonald prepares to make her Tuesday round of giving out candy at Magnolia Regional Health Center.
“After they see everything, they will get together and come up with a plan to present us,” added Rose. “The plan will include three ideas of things we can do to better leverage our assets. Hopefully they will be able to see things that we might not see or realize.” The Alliance first applied to have the com-
munity mapped in 2011. On the tail end of an already long waiting list, Corinth’s visit was pushed back even further when MDA shelved the program for several months. “We are so glad they finally made it to Corinth,” said Rose. “We are really looking forward to hearing their ideas.” Rose said the asset mapping will also benefit
those in Jackson when talking about Corinth. “This will give the state a better catalog of what we have to offer here in Corinth from a tourism, economic development or retirement stand point,” she said. Corinth Area Convention and Visitor’s Bureau hosted a welcome reception for the team Monday night at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center.
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Deaths Virdie Lee English
Funeral services for Virdie Lee English, 83, of Guys, Tenn. were held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday at Magnolia Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with burial in Henry Cemetery. Mrs. English died Saturday, October 24, 2015, at McNairy Regional Hospital. She was born April 17, 1932, and was English the owner of several businesses in the area, including Charlie’s Truck Stop, Jetties Restaurant and The Red Barn. She was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Arlas English of Guys, Tenn.; her daughter, Rejaneia Morris and husband Bill of Guys, Tenn.; her grandchildren, Brandon Forsyth, Nathan Morris (Hannah), and Dana Potts and (Ben); and her great-grandchildren, Ruby Kate Morris and Willow Potts; several nieces and nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Pallbearers were Billy Glidewell, Daniel Glidewell, Roger Arnold, David Peacher, Greg Peacher, Bruce Tidwell, Olen Arnold and Hoyte Arnold. Honorary Pallbearers were the Hatchie Bottom Boys and wives. She was preceded in death by her parents, Fred Arnold and El-
zadie Crum Arnold; her brothers, Mitchell Arnold and Inell Arnold; and her sisters, Bernice Peacher and Vada Glidwell. Bro. Jeremy Arnold officiated the service. Online condolences can be left at www.magnoliafuneralhome. net.
Ray L. Hendrix
Hendrix, Ray L., 79, of Arnold, Mo. passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015. Ray was the beloved husband for 56 years to the late Willie Sue (nee Harville) Hendrix and loving son of the late Elmer and Eula (nee Lowery) Hendrix. He is the beloved Hendrix nephew of the late Fred and Mittie Lowery who raised him from the age of 5. He is the beloved father of Ronald L. (Angela) Hendrix and Lisa G. Scholtes. Ray is the loving grandfather of Amber (Chris) Butler, Mark Scholtes, Brantley Scholtes, Jacob Scholtes and the late Ashley (surviving Chad) Sanders. His great grandchildren include Jack Butler, Adeline Sanders, Analynn Butler and Grayson Sanders. He is the dear brother of Helen (Harold) Cavins and the late Elmer Lacy “Toby” (Ruth) Hendrix. He is a dear uncle, cousin and dear friend to Linda Fritzius as well
as many others. Ray was born Rienzi. After graduating from Glendale High School in 1953, awarded a basketball scholarship he attended and graduated from Bethel College in 1957 with a degree in physical education and a minor in mathematics. He and Willie Sue married in 1956 and shortly after moved to St. Louis for work. Ray got a job at the Defense Mapping Agency in St. Louis where he spent the rest of his working career except for a short time he spent in the military. Ray retired from Defense Mapping as a Physical Scientist and Supervisor. He loved reading, watching sports and was an avid fisherman. Ray was an active member of the Arnold Church of Christ, passionate about his faith and was a dedicated family man. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until service time Thursday at the New Hope Church of Christ, located at 157 County Road 346 in Glen. A celebration of Ray’s life will be held at 12 noon on Thursday at New Hope Church of Christ, officiated by Minister Chris Butler and Minister Terry Smith. Burial with military honors will take place in the Church Cemetery. In memory of Ray contributions are encouraged to the Children’s Home Foundation, 5515 Old Wilcott Road, Paragould, AR 72450. Family and friends are invited to share memories and condolences at www.magnoliafuneralhome. net.
Gene Sterling Dugger
BOONEVILLE — Funeral services for Gene Sterling Dugger, 74, of Booneville are set for 11 a.m. Thursday at Forked Oak Baptist Church in the Burton community with burial in church cemetery. Visitation be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the church. Mr. Dugger died Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015. Survivors include his wife, Mary Elizabeth Dugger of Booneville; his two sons, Sterling Keith Dugger of Merritt Island, Fla. and Michael Steven Dugger of Middleburg, Fla.; one daughter, Elizabeth Dugger Carey of St. Augustine Beach, Fla.; five grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herman Andrew and Hazel Duggar; one brother; and one sister. Ludlam Funeral Home of Iuka is in charge of the arrangements. Bro. Ricky Johnson and Bro. Horace McCombs will officiate.
Funeral services for Mary Louise Leonard, 70, of Corinth are set for 11 a.m. Thursday at Magnolia Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with burial in Forrest Memorial Park. Visitation is from 5 to 9 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. until service time Thursday.
Mrs. Leonard died Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, at Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth. She was born March 18, 1945, and was a factory worker at Halls Manufacturing. She was a member of Kendrick Road Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband of three years, Leonard Floyd Honeycutt of Corinth; her daughters, Marsha S. Briggs (Jeff Burns) of Savannah, Tenn., Deirdre Thurmond (Bobby) of Michie, Tenn. and Tamara Carter (Tray) of Gulfport; 13 grandchildren, Teri Didonato (Donald), Tiffany Pinto (John), Marshall Briggs, Marsha “Weedoie” Briggs, Maurie Anne Briggs, Clayton Briggs, Icie Briggs, Brandy Zebley (Mike), Dusty Hammock, Dalton Hammock, Caleb Norman, Lexie Reed and Kayla Carter; eight greatgrandchildren; her brother, Haskell Hill of Acworth, Ga.; and her sister, Billie Coggins of Corinth. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Brods Hill and Janie Hill Presley; her brothers, Pete Williams Hill and Larry Hill; and her sister, Christine Morgan.
Feds probe recorded arrest of disruptive student backward in her desk and tossed her across the floor for refusing to leave her math class. Federal help was sought by Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott, who called what happened at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina, “very disturbing” and placed Senior Deputy Ben STATE REPRESENTATIVE Fields on leave. ★★★★★★★★★★★★ The sheriff said the girl The Associated Press
COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation Tuesday after a deputy flipped a student
wasn’t injured, but the confrontation prompted outrage after it was recorded and shared online. One student said it started when the girl refused to hand over her cellphone during class. During the moments posted online, Fields warns the girl to stand up or be forcibly removed. The officer then wraps a forearm around her neck,
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flips her and the desk backward onto the floor, and tosses her toward the front of the classroom, where he handcuffs her. Lott said the video also shows the girl tried to strike the officer as she’s being flipped onto her back, but he’s focused on what his deputy did as he tries to decide whether he should remain on the force. “I think sometimes our
officers are put in uncomfortable positions when a teacher can’t control a student,” the sheriff said. A second student was arrested for verbally objecting to the girl’s treatment. Both girls were charged with disturbing schools and released to their parents. Their names were not officially released. The second student, Niya Kenny, told WLTX-
TV that she felt she had to say something. Doris Kenny said she’s proud her daughter was “brave enough to speak out against what was going on.” Lt. Curtis Wilson confirmed that Fields is white and the students involved are black, but told The Associated Press in an email to “keep in mind this is not a race issue.”
Dear 4th District, Democrat, Republican and Independent voter, I am Keith “Dude” Conaway; I am running for the 4th District supervisor seat. I would like to ask for your consideration and support on November--3rd. This county has a lot of needs and if elected I will work with the other board members to get it back on track. I am 51 years old and have over 30 years of being self-employed. I want to help the people of the 4th District and Alcorn County bring honesty and trust back in this county. We have a great county but there is Room for improvements. We want to make it a better place for our kids and grandkids to live and obtain a good education. I am an active member of Bethlehem Baptist Church where I am assistant treasurer, Sunday school director and Discipleship training teacher. In my 30 years in the land and timber business, I have had as many as 40 employees at a time. I have the experience of dealing with a budget up to $ 4.3 million while in this line of work; I also had to deal with the public in Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama. We also build roads and maintain them as well. If elected, my goals will be to have more jobs, help our schools, create better roads and not raise taxes. If we will work together we can do it. I am asking you to support me on November 3rd. Also please ask your friends, family and neighbors to vote for me as well. If you would like to talk to me, please call 662415-5645. I am trying to see everyone but it is impossible. Please remember November 3rd- Go to the polls and help elect Keith “ Dude” VOTE FOR Conaway as your next 4th District Supervisor KEITH “DUDE” and together we can make a difference.
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Thank you and God bless.
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Wife tries to kill husband in fire VANCLEAVE, Miss. â€” A 55-year-old Mississippi woman is in jail after authorities say she barricaded her husband in a room and then set their house on fire. Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell tells multiple media outlets that deputies found the husband, 49-year-old Michael Salter, standing in the front yard of the home Monday talking with neighbors in Vancleave. Michael Salter told investigators his wife, Pamela Ruth Salter, had barricaded him in a bedroom and then set the house on fire. Michael Salter said he was able to force his way out of the bedroom and put the fire out as emergency personnel arrived. Deputies say they found Pamela Salter hiding in nearby woods a short time later. She was charged with felony aggravated domestic violence and is being held without bond. Â
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Harrahâ€™s to launch renovation of hotel BILOXI â€” Harrahâ€™s Gulf Coast will launch a renovation to its hotel tower beginning in November, which will bring more modern furnishings to rooms. General Manager Jonathan Jones tells The Mississippi Press the plush accommodations will serve as a complement to the casino renovations and rebranding effort that took place in May 2014, including new dining amenities and a 10.5-acre outdoor entertainment venue. Jones says the $14 million renovation is slated for completion by mid-spring and will include the redesign of all 494 hotel rooms, including upgraded
bathrooms, new plumbing and lighting fixtures, custom bedding and furniture, textiles and flooring. All rooms will be equipped with new technology, including 49-inch wall-mounted high-definition televisions. â€œAll over our region weâ€™re seeing revitalization, and the health of our tourism and gaming market continues to be strong,â€? Jones said. â€œThese two factors have illustrated an importance to make additional capital investments in our hotel,â€? he said. â€œWe look forward to building upon the great foundation of amenities we have here at Harrahâ€™s with an additional opportunity to entice more visitors to our resort and region.â€? Design features will celebrate Gulf Coast region, with the hallways and hotel rooms displaying artwork and photography that incorporates regional features, including the Biloxi-Ocean Springs Bridge and Biloxi Lighthouse. The project will also include renovations to the hotel corridors, elevators and hotel lobby.
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Rate hike hints? The Fed’s latest meeting of policymakers could shed insight into the central bank’s next move on interest rates. Federal Reserve officials are due to wrap up a two-day meeting today. The expectation is that the Fed will decide to leave rates unchanged at a record low near zero. That’s where they have been since late 2008.
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AmEx charge backs American Express’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year keeps getting worse, and 2016 isn’t looking much better. The credit card company posted its third-quarter results last week, which showed an 11 percent drop in earnings per share from a year ago, missing analysts’ estimates. The company also announced its 2015 full-year earnings would come in well short of analysts’ forecasts. American Express, the nation’s largest credit card company, has struggled this year in the face of several challenges. Like other companies, it has been dealing with a strong U.S. dollar, which makes revenue earned abroad worth less once translated back into dollars.
AmEx’s partnership with Costco will also end in early 2016. It’s a big deal because roughly 10 percent of American Express cards are Costco co-branded cards, and 20 percent of AmEx’s outstanding loans are tied to the Costco card. Costco is one of the nation’s biggest retailers, and AmEx had exclusive access to those customers. American Express does see per-share profits beginning to rise again in 2016. So does Wall Street, but not before the company reports five consecutive quarters of falling earnings per share. That would be a first for the company since 2009. AmEx stock is down more than 20 percent this year, the fourth-worst performing stock in the Dow Jones industrial average.
American Express (AXP) one-year performance
Operating EPS growth year-over-year
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MARKET SUMMARY G
Prescription for growth
$95.16 WBA Walgreens Boots Alliance $100 reports fiscal fourth-quarter $62.65 earnings today. 80 The drugstore company giant has benefited this ’15 year from strong revenue 60 growth from established est. Operating U.S. stores, especially in $0.74 $0.81 EPS the pharmacy. That’s an 4Q ’14 4Q ’15 important performance Price-earnings ratio: 26 measurement for retailers based on past 12-month results because it excludes the Dividend: $1.44 Div. yield: 1.5% impact from stores that have opened or closed.
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Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Plant violas before cold weather arrives I talked last week about than pansies. Garden centers have how pansies are perfect bedding plants for the quite a selection of violas cool season in our Mis- right now, and their color palette seems to get sissippi landscapes bigger each year. and gardens. This Two groups of viweek, I want to olas that really can’t draw attention to be beat are the Penthe viola, another ny and Sorbet sefavorite cool-searies. Both produce son bedding plant that is closely reGary flowers in prolific lated to the pansy. Bachman numbers. The flowers are displayed Most gardeners Southern high above the comI know call violas Gardening pact, lush, green foby their common liage in a way that name, Johnny jump ups. They get this says, “Hey, look at me.” name because they are Plants are 4 to 6 inches prolific seed producers. tall and wide, and flower It seems wherever I have colors seem limitless. Violas grow best in planted them in my yard, they continue to reappear consistently moist, wellfor at least a couple more drained soil. Amend the soil with well-composted years. Like their pansy cous- organic matter before ins, violas are tough and planting. These plants pretolerant of cold, winter fer growing in the full sun. Plant violas before cold weather. They make great choices for both the land- weather sets in for best scape and containers. performance now and the In fact, violas will grow following spring. Plantright through Thanksgiv- ing at this time allows the ing and still be shining in root system to become esthe garden at Easter and tablished. So if you want beyond. I’ve seen many to grow violas this year, times when these plants now is the time to plant. have been even hardier Apply a layer of mulch to
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help with overwintering, especially in north Mississippi. Keep fertilizer at optimum levels to keep your violas blooming throughout the growing seasons. I like to add a couple of teaspoons of slow-release fertilizer to each planting hole to help keep the nutrition at optimum levels. There is nothing lonelier than a viola planted by itself in a big flower bed. For the best landscape performance and display, always plant violas in big masses. Considering that most violas only spread up to 6 inches, allow just 6 inches between plants in the landscape. Did you know that viola flowers are edible? They are good sources of vitamins, especially vitamins A and C. The flowers make beautiful garnishes for salad and fruit plates, but don’t be fooled by their small size. The flowers impart a strong flavor and have been used to make syrup and flavored honey, as well as to add a spicy flavor to salads.
Photos by Gary Bachman/MSU Extension Service
The viola is a favorite coolseason bedding plant because it is colorful, tough and cold tolerant.
In past years, I have been known to make a batch of viola flower wine. The floral notes of the finished product are refreshing the following spring and summer. So plant some of these cool-season wonders now and enjoy their flowering show for months to come. (Daily Corinthian columnist Dr. Gary Bachman is an associate Extension research professor of horticulture at the Coastal Research and Extension Center in Biloxi.)
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Boyfriend takes distrust to frightening extremes Abigail Van Buren Dear Abby
D E A R ABBY: I’m madly in love with a man I’ve been dating for almost a year, but I don’t think he’s in love with me. He claims he’s been hurt twice from two failed
marriages. He keeps giving me mixed signals. He questions me about my male friends constantly. He shows up at my apartment without calling in hopes that he will catch me with another man. During his last drive-by, he saw me in my car at midnight listening to music while surfing the Web on my phone. Of course, he thought I was on the way out to a boyfriend’s house because I had my gym bag and a grocery bag in the front seat with me. He ordered me to open my bags so he could see if I had any overnight clothes inside. After he saw there were no clothes, he calmed down. I don’t know if I should keep this relationship going or if I should abandon ship. Could you please let me know how I should handle my situation? -- MIXED SIGNALS IN VIRGINIA
DEAR MIXED SIGNALS: You may be madly in love with this man, but unless you have agreed that your relationship with him is exclusive, he should not be grilling you about your friendships with your male friends. That he comes over with no notice hoping to catch you cheating is more than a little sick, and what he pulled during his midnight prowl is off the charts. It is important that you understand the only way he will ever overcome his insecurities and inability to trust will be with professional help. He is so messed up that you could enter a convent and he would mount a security camera at the back door to make sure you weren’t going out on him. Not only should you abandon ship, you should run like heck once you reach dry land. Hasn’t it occurred to you that this may be the reason two wives left him? DEAR ABBY: I am older than my wife by 10 years. We have been married six years, and we have six children between us. We tried for another, but my wife miscarried. I decided to have a vasectomy because my wife was determined to have a baby without regard for my wishes or the extreme stress happening in our
lives at the time. Begrudgingly, I am going to have it reversed, even though the cost of the procedure is more than we can afford right now. I believe we have other, more important issues to put the money toward. This is a hot topic, and it always leads to fights. I don’t know if our relationship will last much longer if it isn’t resolved. Advice, Abby? -- ANGUISHED IN AUSTIN DEAR ANGUISHED: Put that vasectomy reversal on hold. What you and your wife need far more is to resolve the problems in what is clearly a very troubled marriage. Do not consider surgery until these matters have been put to rest because whatever is going on, another baby is NOT the answer. DEAR ABBY: One person handles the money for our family reunion every year. Only that one person knows how much comes in and how much is spent. We all would like copies of the treasurer’s report, but he refuses. Is this right for a treasurer of any organization? -- PUZZLED PENNY IN NORTH CAROLINA DEAR PENNY: No, it isn’t. If you think this relative may be behaving dishonestly, the rest of the family should agree that another individual will receive the monies for the next reunion and provide an accounting when the family is all together again.
Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). Things run their course. Be fine with the ending, and embrace the new beginning. This will involve accepting your own definition of “success” instead of some generic definition imposed by people who don’t know you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ll like operating in a group. It reminds you that you’re powerful but not all-powerful. Therefore, when it goes right, there are others to credit. When it goes wrong, the fault should be shared. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Until you come up against an equal and opposite force, you won’t know your own strength. That’s why you welcome competition and adversity, too, for that matter. You’ll get a little of each today. CANCER (June 22-July 22). It’s not a time for counseling yourself, as you’re unlikely to listen. Talk to a mentor or a potential mentor. You need quality leadership from someone on
the outside. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You might be astounded at how your train of thought can jump the track. You have every right to change your mind. One minute you might want to give someone the key to your heart; the next, you might want to change the lock. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Feeling guilty isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It proves you have a strong moral compass. But there’s a lot you blame yourself for that simply isn’t and never was your fault. Can you let it go now? LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Once upon a time, you wanted something badly and didn’t get it. An updated version of this want still remains. You’re going about it much differently these days. The wish is only hours from being fulfilled. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Someone believes in you. Knowing that this person is expecting big things, you will deliver even more than you thought
you could. This is done by building on each gain. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your loved ones dominate your schedule in delightful and not so delightful ways. Stay aware. You need time to yourself, and you’ll only get it by laying down some boundaries. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The myth needs dispelling if the truth is to come out. Doubt, question, poke around. Anyone who doesn’t want you to do this has something to hide. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Many of the thoughts that cross your mind did not originate there. Your cosmic gift of the day is an improved ability to monitor your thoughts, as well as to develop a train of thought you’ll enjoy traveling inside. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Life is moving so fast for you these days that it’s difficult for you to keep up with all of your relationships. It helps when you can check in quickly and without a lot of guilt! You appreciate your lighter friendships today.
Daily Corinthian • Wednesday, October 28, 2015 • 11A
CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS
Race: Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 Where: Martinsville Speedway When: Sunday, 1:15 p.m. (ET) TV: NBCSN 2014 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr. (right)
Race: O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge Where: Texas Motor Speedway When: Nov. 7, 3:30 p.m. (ET) TV: NBC 2014 Winner: Kyle Busch
Race: Kroger 200 Where: Martinsville Speedway When: Saturday, 1:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX Sports 1 2014 Winner: Darrell Wallace Jr.
Logano fends off Junior as drivers spin out at Talladega finish line
Joey Logano crossed the finish line at Talladega Superspeedway first in his third Sprint Cup race a row. and left, creating a chaotic situation that took NASCAR some time before officials decided which drivers would be advancing to the Eliminator Round, which begins this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. Logano, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Kurt Busch, Brad
Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch will advance, while Dale Earnhardt Jr., Ryan Newman, Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth will not. At the center of the controversy after the race was Harvick, the defending series champion, whose No. 4 Chevrolet was running very slowly, apparently due to major problems with his engine. Harvick, who needed a good finish to advance to the Eliminator Round, maintained his 12th position in line as the field headed to the start-finish line for the first try at a run to the checkered flag. But before the leaders reached the start-finish line, Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Larson wrecked, so NASCAR officials determined that another attempt at a greenwhite-checkered finish was warranted, explaining that the field never officially got the green flag. On the second attempt, Harvick was still struggling to gain speed. As the drivers behind him attempted to avoid his wounded ride, Harvick appeared to steer to the right, clipping the No. 6 of Trevor Bayne and bringing out the caution flag that effectively ended the race and established the finishing order. The drivers still circulated the track under the caution flag back to the finish line, but per the rules, could not advance their positions. It took several minutes for NASCAR to determine that Logano had beaten Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the win, as Earnhardt was surging forward when the fateful caution flag flew. In his post-race comments, Earnhardt did not quibble with NASCAR decisions, and instead offered his support. “I’m fine with it,” he said, adding that his failure to advance to the third of the four Chase rounds was due to more than just the finish at Talladega. “We didn’t do good enough in the first two races. I got wrecked by the 19 (Carl Edwards, at Charlotte) and didn’t run well at Kansas.” Earnhardt said that despite the disappointment of the finish of the race, he was proud of his team’s effort. “I’m more proud of the drive (on Sunday) than the two
wins (earlier this year),” he said. “They came easier.” Earnhardt also weighed in on the controversy surrounding Harvick’s decisions at the end of the race, saying a driver in that situation needs to give those behind him an escape route. “I think you just got to get out of the way,” he said. Kenseth laid the blame squarely on Harvick — and the NASCAR officials making the calls at the end.
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Joey Logano held off a surging Dale Earnhardt Jr. in an abbreviated green-white-checkered-flag run to the finish of the CampingWorld.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway last Sunday to complete a sweep of the three races of the Contender Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. It was his series-leading sixth win of the season and the 14th of his Sprint Cup career. “I didn’t think it was possible, I can tell you that much,” Logano said of his sweep. “Come to Chase time, everyone is bringing their A-game, everything they got, the best they can, not only with their race cars, but every driver is trying to find that extra little bit … “We’re in a performance business. If there’s a trophy, we’re supposed to get it. That’s our job.” Behind Logano at the finish, drivers were spinning right
Logano’s Talladega victory earned him yet another Cup winner decal for his No. 22 Ford. “The 4 (Harvick) knew he was blown up, so he said he was going to stay in his lane, so the 6 (Trevor Bayne) then went up and outside and he clipped him and caused a wreck because he knew he’d make the Chase that way,” Kenseth said, adding that he wasn’t too happy with NASCAR’s decisions on the final two restarts. “I just feel like they lost total control of this whole thing. It’s not what racing is all about.”
Logano sweeps Contender Round, eight drivers advance to Eliminator Round Points standings and race results from Sunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
1. JOEY LOGANO
5. BRAD KESELOWSKI
(finished first) 4,000 points Logano’s the driver with all the momentum heading into the final four races of the season, but he angered Matt Kenseth at Kansas and again at Talladega. Two of the next tracks on the circuit, Martinsville Speedway and Phoenix International Raceway, are shorter tracks and often the site of retaliation for earlier incidents on faster tracks.
(finished fourth) 4,000 points Keselowski is relieved to have the Contender Round in his rear w mirror. “This is, to me, the tough bracket to get through,” he said. “We tested Phoenix and were awesome. We finished second at Martinsville in the spring …”
(finished seventh) 4,000 points Truex Jr. fell a lap off the pace in the first half of the race, but recovered to record his 20th top-10 finish of the season. “It’s crazy how fast things can change and how much is out of your control,” he said.
(finished fifth) 4,000 points Edwards came away from Talladega with a top-5 finish and a pass to the next Chase round, but his thoughts also were with his fellow drivers, including teammates Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin, who did not advance. “It’s frustrating to see guys that raced so hard and so well just barely miss the cut because of wrecks on the last lap,” he said.
Fewest laps led by the winner of a Cup race at Martinsville — John Andretti, on April 18, 1999.
7. KEVIN HARVICK (finished 15th) 4,000 points The defending series champion had some saying he intentionally wrecked Trevor Bayne at the finish to preserve his spot in the Chase. “I don’t know if I clipped [Bayne] or if he came across as I was coming up,” Harvick said.
3. JEFF GORDON
(finished third) 4,000 points In his final season, Gordon is poised to make a bid for his fifth Cup championship. “Since the Chase started … the momentum and the execution, the things that we weren’t doing earlier in the year — we are doing them all right now at the right time,” he said. “Watch out.”
8. KYLE BUSCH (finished 11th) 4,000 points Kyle Busch beat Ryan Newman by three points to claim the final transfer spot to the Eliminator Round. “However it was or is, it’s good if we’re in and we’re moving on,” he said. “That’s ... the farthest I’ve ever gone [in the Chase] before.”
4. KURT BUSCH
(finished 10th) 4,000 points After surviving the first two rounds of the Chase, Kurt Busch is ready to make a run for his second championship. “I’ve won at the final four tracks,” he said, adding that he likes the idea of being tied in points with the eight drivers who advanced to the Eliminator Round.
SPEAKING Most laps led by the winner of a Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway — Fred Lorenzen, on Sept. 27, 1964.
6. MARTIN TRUEX JR.
2. CARL EDWARDS
Most lead changes in a Sprint Cup race at Martinsville — March 30,
Sprint Cup driver with more than $7 million in race winnings this season — Joey Logano, with $7,761,441.
Kenseth arrives at Talladega Superspeedway steamed at Logano from incident at Kansas When Matt Kenseth arrived at Talladega Superspeedway on Friday, four days away from the race track hadn’t led to a rethinking of his opinion over the incident at Kansas Speedway the previous Sunday, in which he was spun from the lead by Joey Logano. Asked if he would have felt better if Logano had said he intentionally wrecked him at Kansas, Kenseth didn’t leave much doubt about his raw feelings.
“Some day (Logano) might mature a little bit, but, first of all, he should have stopped running his mouth,” Kenseth said. “No. 2, he’s lying when he said he didn’t do it on purpose, because he lifted your tires off the ground offset to the left, and he’s too good a race car driver to do that by accident.” Kenseth also maintained he would have responded just as he did if he had those final laps at Kansas to do over again. “I wouldn’t have done anything differently because I didn’t
do anything wrong,” he said. Kenseth also was peeved at Logano after an incident at Talladega in which the two of them nearly collided at the entrance to pit road. “[Logano] just pulled in front and then he just brakechecked me real bad and we almost both wrecked getting onto pit road under green,” Kenseth said.Buescher.
Peters wins at Talladega, moves up to second place in Camping World Truck Series standings one of my favorite places (Martinsville Speedway) next weekend, and we have four more races to get to Victory Lane and try to get ourselves further inside the top 5.” While Peters was celebrating in Victory Lane, Brian Keselowski was thinking about what might have been. Driving the No. 29 Ford owned by his younger brother, Brad,
Brian was leading as the laps wound down, but ran out of fuel just before the final restart and was relegated to a 17th-place finish. “We ran out of gas under caution coming to the green, so that’s just the way luck goes sometimes,” Keselowski said. “We didn’t expect to get the fuel mileage we did when we were out there leading. When we were out there in the pack, I could roll off the gas and save gas a lot, and when we got out front we just had terrible fuel mileage. “We missed it by two laps. If we hadn’t had a green-whitechecker, we would have been OK.” Keselowski, who has never before had a chance to drive a front-running car in one of NASCAR’s elite divisions, said he was proud to be able to take his brother’s truck to the front of the pack. “It was just an awesome feeling,” he said. “It kind of validated what I always thought — that I could do it, I just never had a chance. I had my chance.” Whether he gets another shot in a fast truck remained to be seen as the circuit left Talladega for Martinsville. Truck Series veteran Timothy Peters’ first victory of the season “It was probably my only chance,” he said. “We’ll see how it works out.” came last Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway.
Courtesy of Toyota Racing
Camping World Truck Series veteran Timothy Peters scored his first win of 2015 in Saturday’s Fred’s 250 at Talladega Superspeedway. Peters, who started from the pole, was leading on the first lap of a green-white-checkered-flag run to the finish when a crash involving John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher brought out the caution flag and ended the race at that point. Brandon Jones, who was leading for the last restart on Lap 97, finished second, ahead of Mason Mingus, Erik Jones and Tyler Reddick. Jones’ finish allowed him to push his points lead over second-place Reddick to 18 markers, with four races left to run. Defending series champion Matt Crafton, who finished 24th after leading a race-high 43 laps, is third, 23 points out of the lead. Peters, who is fifth in the standings and out of the running for the championship, said he has lots more he’d like to accomplish this season. “Since Tom (DeLoach, team owner) has let me join Red Horse Racing, we’ve been able to win a race every year, so I’m glad to keep that streak going,” said Peters, who successfully defended his Talladega title from a year ago. “We’re going to
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Local Schedule Friday Football Amory @ Corinth, 7 (WXRZ) Belmont @ Central, 7 Kossuth @ Booneville, 7 Biggersville @ Coldwater, 7 Itawamba AHS @ Tish Co., 7 Walnut @ East Union, 7 Baldwyn @ Mantachie, 7 New Albany @ Ripley, 7 Thrasher @ Falkner, 7 Benton Co. @ New Site, 7 McNairy @ Westview, 7:30
Saturday Cross Country AC @ Saltillo Challenge
Shorts Win $1,000 with Kiwanis The Booneville Kiwanis Club is selling chances for its upcoming punt, pass and kick competition. Chances are $5 each or five for $20. During halftime of the BoonevilleKossuth game Friday in Booneville, one name will be drawn and the lucky winner will have the chance to come out on the field and punt, pass and kick their way to $1,000 by first punting the ball, then passing from that spot and then kicking a field goal from that location. Hit the field goal and win $1,000. If they miss they’ll still receive a $50 gift card from Grambo’s restaurant. Tickets are available at the game or from any Kiwanis Club member.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Lady Warriors fall just short BY H. LEE SMITH II firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corinth Lady Warriors won their first set in their fourth meeting with three-time state volleyball champion Lewisburg. In fact, CHS won its first two sets against the Lady Patriots, but couldn’t get to the magic number of three in falling 3-2 in the Class II North Half championship. Lewisburg (24-13) will get a chance to defend its title Saturday at 1 p.m. against South champion Germantown in the middle of three Class championships at Germantown High School in Madison. Corinth ended its season at 31-11, setting a school mark for wins. It was the third state semifinal appearance in the seven-year history of the program, with all North Half title match appearances coming in the last four years. After falling in straight sets to Lewisburg (2012) and Senatobia (2014) in their previous two state semifinal ventures, Corinth jumped out to a 2-0 lead on Tuesday. Wins of 25-23 and 25-17 left Corinth one set shy of playing for its first state title. It never happened. Lewisburg took a 25-20 win in the third, a forced a fifth and final set with an easy 25-9 win. The Lady Patriots led 6-2 and 10-5 in the decisive set, but the Lady Warriors rallied to tie things at 12-12. Serving down 13-12, Corinth never overcame the deficit with Lewisburg getting the final two points and the North Half trophy.
Photo by Keith Jackson
Corinth’s Caroline Sleeper battles for a point at the net in Tuesday’s Class II North Half championship.
Youth Basketball The Chewalla Baptist Basketball League is taking registrations for the season. Forms will soon be in the schools or you can contact Ross Shelton by e-mail Randyross19@yahoo.com for a form. League ages are 5-6th Grade. Fee is $20. The league is open to anyone that wants their child to play. You can also text Shelton at 731-610-0458.
CHS Baseball Raffle The Corinth Warrior Baseball team is having a raffle for a 32 quart “LIT” cooler. A $329 dollar value for $5 per entry. Drawing will take place at halftime Friday at the last regular-season home football game. They will be set up to sell chances at every home game before that night or you may call Amp Marshall at 662-2124604.
Golf Tournament Shiloh Ridge Athletic Club will be hosting a 2-person Calculus Tournament on Saturday. The tournament will be a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Tournament fee will be $30 per person and non-member green fee will be $25. All tournament fees put in player pool. Winners will receive cash. Call Pro Shop at 286-8000 for more info.
Halloween 5K The initial Trick-or-Trot 5K will be held Saturday at Big Hill Pond State Park beginning at 8 a.m. The run will benefit the Ramer Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues. This will be a great run through the manicured trails of the scenic Big Hill Pond State Park. Entry fee is $25. Halloween Hike: $15, ages 10-and-under free, but must be accompanied with registered adult. Treats will be given to children along the trail. For more information, visit the Facebook page at facebook. com/RDYTrickOrTrot. Phone: 731-6101660 or e-mail RamerDixieYouth@yahoo. com.
Turkey Trot 5K The Corinth Warrior and Lady Warrior track team is hosting a 5K race on Saturday, Nov. 14 on the campus of Corinth High School Academic and Performing Arts Center. Entry fee is $20 before Nov. 5 and $25 on race day. Race, which includes eight age divisions, begins at 8 a.m. Race day registration will be held at 7 a.m.
Tiger Trot The Tiger Trot Run/Walk -- formerly the Turkey Trot -- will be held Nov. 14 at 200 Tennessee Street in Savannah, Tennessee. The event will benefit the Hardin County High School Cross-Country team. Applications can be downloaded at Shoalstrac.com. For more information, contact Deonne Ewoldt at 731-412-7699 or Normdeonne3@gmail.com
Baseball Record Book The 2015 Mississippi Baseball Record Book has been published. The book includes records for high school and college baseball. There are many area baseball players and teams mentioned in the book. You can order the book for $10 by sending a check to: Mississippi Baseball Record Book Diamonds by Smillie; 3159 Kendrick Road Corinth, MS 38834.
Texas A&M opens up QB competition The Associated Press
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texas A&M is looking to solve its problems on offense by opening up the quarterback competition. Coach Kevin Sumlin said he told Kyle Allen, who has started each game this season, freshman Kyler Murray and Jake Hubenak that they’d compete for the job this week and he’d name a starter on Friday for Saturday’s game against South Carolina. He shared some of what he told the three players in a meeting on Monday morning. “Looking for consistency across the board at quarterback,” he said. “Cutting down on turnovers. This week you’ll be evaluated not only based on practice, percentage in drills and everything else, but also evaluated in your leadership skills, communi-
cation with teammates and the coaching staff and general overall play and demeanor.” The Aggies opened the season 5-0 before consecutive lopsided losses to Alabama and Mississippi. Allen threw 13 touchdown passes with two interceptions in the first five games but has thrown only one touchdown pass with four interceptions in the last two games. In the 41-23 loss to Alabama, all three of his interceptions were returned for scores. Sumlin was asked why he didn’t bench Allen until the fourth quarter on Saturday night considering how much he was struggling. “(It’s) hard to play that position looking over your shoulder all the time,” he said Tuesday. “A lot of other positions you can yank guys in and out. But without confidence
it’s hard to play quarterback. You kind of want a guy to play himself out of it, but it wasn’t happening and we made the change.” Allen completed a careerlow 35.3 percent of his passes on Saturday for just 88 yards. The performance came after he had two games earlier this season where he completed 75 percent or more of his passes. Offensive coordinator Jake Spavital talked about what they’ll need to see from Allen this week for him to keep his job. “Has to show more consistency. Take care of the ball,” Spavital said. “I’m really focusing in on timing, precision, communication, leadership. Not qualities of execution. Just all the ‘it’ factors in what we’re looking for.” Murray has appeared in
five games this season and Hubenak threw for 4,052 yards and 47 touchdowns at Blinn Junior College last season. Hubenak took over for Allen late in Saturday’s game and was 6 of 11 for 46 yards. It was the first extended action of the season for Hubenak, who started his career at Oklahoma State before transferring to Blinn. He had thrown just one pass in the first six games of the season. Spavital raved about Hubenak. “Has done a great job for us ever since he stepped foot on campus,” Spavital said. “Can operate offense effectively. Can communicate. Can throw the football around. Went out and showed great poise Saturday and executed it cleanly. Thought he did great job for Please see A&M | 13A
After White House celebration, Wambach retires The Associated Press
Abby Wambach is leaving her game just the way she wanted to — as a champion. The leading career scorer — male or female — in international soccer, Wambach announced her retirement on Tuesday shortly after the U.S. national team celebrated its Women’s World Cup victory at the White House. Wambach, 35, said before the World Cup this summer in Canada that she wanted to cap her 15-year career with the game’s most prestigious championship. She got her wish. The United States claimed its third overall World Cup title, and first since 1999, with a 5-2 victory over Japan. The prolific scorer, named
the 2012 FIFA Player of the Year, has 184 goals in 252 international matches. She will play the final four matches of the national team’s 10-game victory tour before stepping down. Her final match will be Dec. 16 against China in New Orleans. “After much deliberation and talking with my friends, family, teammates and our coaching staff, I’ve decided to finally bring my soccer career to an end,” Wambach said in a statement. “While we still have more work to do for women’s soccer, after bringing the World Cup back to the United States this summer, I’m feeling extremely optimistic about the future of our sport. It’s been
an amazing, wonderful ride and I can’t wait to see what the next chapter of my life brings.” Wambach appeared in four World Cups with the national team. She also has a pair of Olympic gold medals from the 2004 Games in Athens and the 2012 Games in London. She did not compete in the Beijing Games because of a broken leg. Perhaps one of her most famous goals came in the quarterfinals of the 2011 World Cup in Germany, when she scored the equalizer against Brazil in the 122nd minute. She finishes as the all-time leading U.S. scorer in both Olympic and World Cup games. She played 25 total World Cup matches with 14
goals, second only to Brazil’s Marta. She played in 10 Olympic matches with nine goals. Overall, she’s also the leader in multiple-goal games with 45, including two fourgoal games and a five-goal game. She joins Mia Hamm as the only Americans to win FIFA’s player of the year honors. Before she announced her retirement, Wambach and her teammates were feted by President Barack Obama at the White House. “This team taught all America’s children that playing like a girl means you’re a badass,” Obama said, to applause in the White House Please see WAMBACH | 13A
Pierre-Paul, Giants agree to 1-year deal after injury The Associated Press
NEWARK, N.J. — Jason Pierre-Paul and the New York Giants have agreed to a oneyear contract more than three months after the defensive end’s right index finger was amputated following a fireworks accident in Florida. The team announced the deal late Tuesday without providing any details. Pierre-Paul met with the team over the past two days and was given the OK to play by team doctors. A new contract had to be negotiated because the Giants were not willing to have him sign the franchise tender that was offered before the July 4 accident.
Under that deal, Pierre-Paul would have made $871,000 per game. That was too steep of a paycheck for the Giants since they are not sure how well he will be able to perform with the injury. The new deal is believed to be loaded with incentives. A two-time Pro Bowler, Pierre-Paul’s right index finger was amputated following the accident, and he also damaged his thumb and had burns on his hand. The six-year veteran has been working out and rehabbing in his home state of Florida. The Giants have a two-game roster exemption on PierrePaul, and the team probably
will not rush him since he missed training camp and the first seven games. He also hasn’t played in defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s new system. The 26-year-old Pierre-Paul will begin working with the team’s medical staff and then return to the field and begin football drills. “We all are excited to see Jason,” general manager Jerry Reese said. “He has worked very hard to get himself back into position to join the team and work toward getting on the playing field on Sundays.” Pierre-Paul said he was excited to be back. “I’m getting ready to do what
I have to do,” he said. “I’ve been training down in South Florida with my trainer. Every day, I got up at 7:30 and lifted weights, I’ve been doing what I have to do to stay in football shape.” The Giants (4-3) have not generated much of a pass rush without Pierre-Paul, who led the team with 12 1/2 sacks last season. But they are in first place in the weak NFC East heading into Sunday’s game at New Orleans. Coach Tom Coughlin was upset that Pierre-Paul did not report to the team after his injury, saying he would have had access to some of the best medical care in the country.
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East Room. “Perhaps I shouldn’t have used that phrase. Playing like a girl means being the best.” Following the ceremony, Wambach took a selfie with Obama and her teammates. The United States dominated Japan in the World Cup title game after a monthlong tournament that crisscrossed Canada. Carli Lloyd was named the tournament’s MVP after scoring three goals in the span of 16 minutes in the final match. Wambach saw her role with the team change during the World Cup. She came in off the bench in several matches, sacrificing a starting role for the good of the team. “I just have this belief system, and I’ve talked about it my whole career, that it takes a whole team. It’s not about one person. It will never be about one person in a team sport,” she said be-
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fore the final match. Wambach made it her mission throughout her career to help grow the women’s game, and to fight for equal rights for female athletes. She led a group of players in protesting FIFA’s decision to play the 2015 World Cup on artificial turf, which is considered by many players to be inferior to grass. In the end, the tournament was still held on the fake grass, but Wambach had made her point. “What she has done for women’s soccer and women’s sports overall with her amazing talents on the field and her personality off it has been inspiring to watch,” U.S. coach Jill Ellis said. “I am just extremely happy that she could end her career with that elusive World Cup title and go out on top, right where she deserves to be.”
Through Oct. 25 POINTS 1, Joey Logano, 4,000. 2, Carl Edwards, 4,000. 3, Jeff Gordon, 4,000. 4, Kurt Busch, 4,000. 5, Brad Keselowski, 4,000. 6, Martin Truex Jr., 4,000. 7, Kevin Harvick, 4,000. 8, Kyle Busch, 4,000. 9, Denny Hamlin, 2,209. 10, Ryan Newman, 2,194. MONEY 1, Kevin Harvick, $8,059,276. 2, Joey Logano, $7,761,441. 3, Jimmie Johnson, $6,339,383. 4, Denny Hamlin, $6,079,156. 5, Matt Kenseth, $5,721,337. 6, Brad Keselowski, $5,601,227. 7, Dale Earnhardt Jr., $5,515,615. 8, Jeff Gordon, $5,353,242. 9, Martin Truex Jr., $4,889,181. 10, Clint Bowyer, $4,793,666. WINNERS 1. Joey Logano, 6 2. Matt Kenseth, 5 3. Jimmie Johnson, 4 3. Kyle Busch, 4 5. Kevin Harvick, 3 6. Denny Hamlin, 2 6. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 2 6. Kurt Busch, 2 6. Carl Edwards, 2 10. Martin Truex Jr., 1 10. Brad Keselowski, 1
Baseball Postseason schedule WORLD SERIES (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) All games televised by Fox Tuesday: N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, (n) Today: N.Y. Mets (deGrom 14-8) at Kansas City (Cueto 4-7), 7:07 p.m. Friday: Kansas City (Ventura 13-8) at N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 9-7), 7:07 p.m. Saturday: Kansas City (Young 11-6) at N.Y. Mets (Matz 4-0), 7:07 p.m. x-Sunday: Kansas City at N.Y. Mets, 7:15 p.m. x-Tuesday, Nov. 3: N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, 7:07 p.m. x-Wednesday, Nov. 4: N.Y. Mets at
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Top 25 college schedule Thursday No. 5 TCU vs. West Virginia, 6:30 p.m. No. 23 Pittsburgh vs. North Carolina, 6 p.m. Saturday No. 3 Clemson at N.C. State, 2:30 p.m.
No. 8 Stanford at Washington State, 9:30 p.m. No. 9 Notre Dame at No. 21 Temple, 7 p.m. No. 10 Iowa vs. Maryland, 2;30 p.m. No. 11 Florida vs. Georgia at Jacksonville, Fla., 2:30 p.m. No. 12 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech, 2:30 p.m. No. 13 Utah vs. Oregon State, 7 p.m. No. 14 Oklahoma at Kansas, 2:30 p.m. No. 15 Michigan at Minnesota, 6 p.m. No. 16 Memphis vs. Tulane, 6 p.m. No. 17 Florida State vs. Syracuse, 11 a.m. No. 18 Houston vs. Vanderbilt, 6 p.m. No. 19 Mississippi at Auburn, 11 a.m. No. 22 Duke vs. Miami, 6 p.m. No. 24 UCLA vs. Colorado, 2 p.m.
Television Today’s lineup GOLF 10:30 p.m. (GOLF) – PGA Tour: CIMB Classic, first-round, at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 8 p.m. (FOX) – World Series Game 2, N.Y. Mets at Kansas City NBA BASKETBALL 8 p.m. (ESPN) – San Antonio at Oklahoma City 10:30 p.m. (ESPN) – Minnesota at L.A. Lakers NHL HOCKEY 8 p.m. (NBCSN) – Pittsburgh at Washington 10:30 p.m. (NBCSN) – Nashville at San Jose
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us at Ole Miss.” Murray, a dual-threat player, has shown some promising flashes this season. But he had to work his way back into the good graces of the coaching staff after getting into a heated sideline exchange with Spavital during the Alabama game two weeks ago. Sumlin discussed the incident on Tuesday without addressing specific details of what happened. “Kyler has done the things necessary that we’ve asked him to do based on what happened on the sideline,” Sumlin said. “Hopefully that’s been a learning experience for him. Since that time ... he has come back has practiced and is doing the right things. That’s why he was part of discussion (Monday) in this competition.” Murray came to A&M after going 43-0 in leading his high school in Allen, Texas, to three state titles. Murray is the son of Kevin Murray, who played quarterback for the Aggies from 1983-86 and was inducted into the Texas A&M Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999. The younger Murray threw for 14,500 yards and scored 186 touchdowns in his three championship seasons but Allen beat him out for the job in camp.
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Community Events Car show The Magnolia Antique Car Club Halloween Car Show scheduled to be held at the Crossroads Arena, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 has been canceled due to the threat of rain.
North Fillmore Street in Corinth. Lunch will be furnished. There will be games, stories and prizes to follow. Donations will be appreciated. For more information or to covey attendance call 662-287-3111.
4-H Advisory Council
The Alcorn County 4-H Advisory Council will meet at noon today at the county Extension office to plan for the 4-H Awards Banquet and discuss program needs. A light lunch will be served. Call 662-2867756 for more information about the 4-H Advisory Council.
The Corinth Area Arts Council will hold a Haunted Theatre at the historic Coliseum Civic Center in downtown Corinth on Thursday, Oct. 29–Saturday, Oct. 31. The cost is $10 at the door. Tickets are available, first come, first served. Entry is limited to those 10 and up. For more information call or Text Barbara Trapp at 662-808-0267 or Myra Burns at 662-603-5776. Leave a message if their is no answer and someone will return the call A.S.A.P.
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ring toss, face-painting, 3-in-a-row, a cake walk, bingo, washer pitch, inflatables for children and more. For more information, contact the school at 662-462-5214.
Corinth Theatre-Arts will present “Nosferatu: The Legend of Dracula” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29 and Friday, Oct. 30. A special Halloween presentation is set for 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31. A matinée performance will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1. Tickets are $6 for students and $12 for adults. For more information and to reserve tickets contact the Crossroads Playhouse at 662-287-2995.
Elks Trick or Treat Corinth Elks Lodge 2573 will hold its annual Haunted Foyer Kids Trick or Treat on Halloween night, Saturday, Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m.
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Fall Festival Rienzi Elementary School will host a Fall Festival on from 5:30– 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30 at the school. Backyard purger plates will be sold for $7. Activities will include a fishing walk, go fishing, a bean-bag toss,
Farmington Fire Rescue’s Trunk or Treat will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 or until the candy is all gone. Participants are asked to please form line at the Farmington City Hall front door, along the sidewalks. The door will open at 5:30 p.m. It will be a handicap accessible and family-oriented
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good time for all. Spaces to give out candy are available on a first-come basis and will be set up on the Fire department parking lot as in prior years. Anyone wishing to hand out candy or treats should be in place no later than 5 p.m. Fire trucks and police cars will be alerting people to be extra careful with the foot traffic and cars. Farmington City Hall is located at 4135 CR 200. For questions or concerns call 662-6659647.
Community Fellowship Dinner The Easom Outreach Foundation will hold its monthly Community Fellowship Dinner for November from noon until 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1 at the Easom Community Center, located at 700 South Crater Street in Corinth. The cost is $10 for adults and all carry-outs and $5 for children under 9 who dine in. Items on the November menu include:
fried chicken, dressing, meat-loaf, greens, sweet potato casserole, squash, chess squares, peach cobbler. For more information, contact Ernestine Hollins at 662643-8024 or Sam Crayton at 404-386-3359.
Fish on Friday From 4 to 6 p.m. every Friday, the Easom Foundation will sell eat-in or carry-out farm-fed catfish dinners for $6 to support its hot meals program. The meal includes coleslaw or salad, French fries or roasted potatoes, a dessert, juice and catfish. Dinners are also available from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the same price. Side items on the menu for the day may also be purchased. Stop by the Easom Community Center and pick up a monthly menu or contact Chef Ben Betts at 662-415-4003 or Ernestine Hollins at 662643-8024. The menu can also be faxed each month to those who provide a fax number.
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Dear Annie: I am a good person. I always try to do the right thing. But I did something stupid, and it could cost me my job and the respect I have earned. For 10 years, I have been the director of a preschool. Every member of the staff has to take 18 hours of learning inservice. One of my staff members was absent during one of the in-service exams, so I took the test for her and signed her name. I could get fired and probably should be. I am sick about it. I knew it was a mistake as soon as I mailed it in. Please tell me what to do. Should I tell my boss upfront and resign? Or do I live with the stress and pray I don’t get caught? I will never do it again, but I doubt anyone will care about that. — This Is Not Me Dear Not You: We don’t think you will be able to live with the stress. It’s already eating you up inside, and you will forever anticipate the truth coming out. Did the absentee woman ask you to take the test for her? If so, she could lose her job, as well. You made a terrible mistake and will have to face the consequences, but there is a possibility that if you are forthcoming and
Annie’s Mailbox sincerely sorry, you will be given another chance. You might also wish to talk this over with your clergyperson or counselor and ask for guidance. Dear Annie: Can you settle a dispute between my husband and me? “Lenny” is retired and does the majority of the housework and taking care of our cats. On weekends, I like to get up early while Lenny sleeps in. One cat prefers to be fed at the crack of dawn, but the other two sleep late and aren’t hungry. I usually feed the one cat but not the others. I also pick up the caked-on dirty cat dishes and put them in the kitchen sink to soak. I always intend to wash them, but often get busy doing other things. When Lenny gets up and goes into the kitchen, he sees the dirty bowls in the sink and has a cow. I think he should be glad I’m getting a head start on the cleaning, but he thinks I don’t appreciate him because I leave the bowls in the sink for him to wash. That is not
the case. I was taught to soak dirty dishes because it helps in the washing. Who is right? — Dirty Debbie Dear Debbie: Soaking dishes is always a good way to remove crusted-on food, but your husband interprets it to mean you want HIM to wash them. And since he inevitably ends up doing so, we can’t argue with his logic. This could easily be resolved if you soaked the cat bowls before going to bed and washed them when you got up in the morning. Or, when your husband sees them, he simply tells you that the dishes have soaked long enough and then YOU jump right in and take care of it. This is a minor dispute, and we’re certain you can find a way to make it less annoying. Too bad you can’t teach the cats to clean their own dishes. Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254.
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Community Events Easom Community Garden open Free and open to the public for the fall season, the Easom Community Center Garden will reopen to the public from 2:30 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Danny Finger, the Centerâ€™s volunteer planter, has planted a combination of turnip and mustard greens which are ready for picking. In addition to making vegetables available to the public the fresh vegetables are also used to support the foundationâ€™s hot meals program. The garden is available to individuals for their personal picking and consumption only. Items are not for sale. Those
interested in picking should first stop by the cafeteria, sign in and obtain a bag for their convenience. Cooperation is appreciated. The Garden is located at the Easom Community Center (the former South Corinth School) at 700 S. Crater Street. For questions, contact Samuel Crayton at 404386-3359.
Veteranâ€™s Wreaths Wreaths Across America has kicked off its local goal of placing a wreath at each grave in the Corinth National Cemetery. The annual ceremony to lay the wreaths at the cemetery is set for 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12. The cost is $15 per wreath.
The deadline to purchase one is Tuesday, Nov. 24. Donations are also welcome. For more information and to purchase a wreath contact Carlean Parker at 662-462-3443 or carleanparker@yahoo. com; or McPeterâ€™s Funeral Directors at 662286-6000.
Gallery exhibit The exhibit of photography by longtime Corinth photographer Joe McKewen is extended through Saturday, Oct. 31. Images from senior photo shoots, family portraits and sports action are available for purchase, with proceeds benefiting the galleryâ€™s educational efforts. Visit the gallery Tuesday through Saturday, 10
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VFW Auxiliary Yard sale/Bake Sale The VFW Auxiliary Yard Sale and Bake Sale will be held from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6. Look for balloons and signs at 6 Purdy School Road in Corinth, across the street from the VFW at the home of Donna Hamrick. All proceeds will go to veterans and their families of the VFW Post 3962 on Corinth. Donations for the yard sale were accepted at Donnaâ€™s home on Friday afternoons from 4 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 2, 9, 16 and 23. All are encouraged to bring baked goods to be sold to the yard sale at on Friday and Saturday. For questions or more information call Edie Simpson at 662-423-6532.
Holiday Marketplace The Crossroads Craft Guild will be hosting its 29th annual craft show from 1 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov 6 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7 inside Harper Square Mall, located at the corner ofÂ Hwy 72 East and Harper Road in Corinth.Â Admission is free. There are 35 plus craftsmen participating this yearÂ with their handmade or refurbished crafts.Â Three gift baskets made up of handcrafted items will be given away on Saturday, Nov 7 at noon.Â Those chosen need not be present to win.
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Community Events ACHS Beauty Review Alcorn Central High School’s annual Beauty Review will be held at the Coliseum Civic Center at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7. Admission will be $5 at the door. Girls from Alcorn Central High School will be vying for the honor of wearing the crown of Most Beautiful for 2015.
Public Workshop A three-hour public workshop will be held on “Dealing with difficult people/situations” from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Corinth Library. Participants will learn how to use the process of mediation to handle interpersonal and public conflict as well as ensure that any public meeting is both efficient and productive. There is no charge to participate, but the workshop is limited to ten people. The Corinth Library is located at at 1023 Fillmore Street. For more information or to register call Tim Campbell at 662396-4711.
Art Exhibit Northeast Mississippi Community College will host the photography
of Joey Wilder through Thursday, Nov 19. Anderson Hall art gallery is open Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Contact Terry Anderson for more information at tfanderson@ nemcc.edu or 662-7207336.
Comedy Show D&O Promotions will present the North Mississippi “Celebrity AllStar” Comedy Show. Headlining from the Monique Show and BounceTV will be it’s Comedian “Rodney Perry and Friends”. The event will feature Comedian Marvin Hunter from the Rickey Smiley Tour. It is hosted by BET 6X AllStar Comedian Shawn Harris and another special guest from Shaquille O’Neal All-Star Comedy Jam. The event will take place at the Crossroads Arena in Corinth at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Dec. 1 starting at $23, $33 and $43. A limited quantity of 200 tickets will be available at $53 for the VIP meetand-greet reception, held inside at the Convention Center from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The reception will include refreshments
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Musicians Needed A volunteer opportunity is available for a guitar or banjo musician to play with a band as part of a nursing home ministry during special programs held at 2 p.m. twice a month at Cornerstone and Mississippi Care Center. For more information call 662-2873560.
Free Medical Clinic The Living Healthy Free Medical Clinic, where residents with no way to pay can get free medical treatment, welcomes adults and children age 12 and up with no income and no health insurance. The clinic, now located at 2668 South Harper
Road Suite 3 next to Physicians Urgent Care in the former Oasis Medical Center, is open 1-5 p.m., on the second Wednesday and fourth Saturday of each month. The clinic is always looking for both medical and non-medical volunteers. Medical and non-medical volunteers should contact Ann White at eaw3@comcast. net or 662-415-9446.
Cross City Piecemakers Quilt Guild The Cross City Piecemakers Quilt Guild will meet at 1 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Extension Center (next to the Crossroads Arena). All are welcome. For more information, contact Gail at 662-2877136.
Country Music Country music will be played from 7:30 to 11 p.m. every Saturday night at the Corinth R.V. Park., located at County Road 604 at Suitor’s Crossing. For more information call 662-603-9047 or 662-643-8271.
Child Find The Alcorn and Corinth School Districts are participating in an ongoing statewide effort to identify, locate and evaluate children, birth through the age of 21, who have a physical, mental, communicative and/or emotional disability. The Child Find person works with the local head start, human services, health and mental agencies as well as local education agencies, physicians and other individuals to identify
and locate children out of school and in school who may be in need of special education services. The information will be used to help determine present and future program needs in the hopes of providing a free appropriate public education to all children with a disability. Contact Stephanie Clausel, Alcorn School District or Christy Welch, Corinth School District if you know of any children who may have a disability by calling or writing to the following telephone number and address: Alcorn School District, Special Services, 31 CR 401, Corinth, Ms. 38834, 662-286-7734; or Corinth School District, Special Services, 1204 North Harper Road, Corinth, MS 38834, 662-287-2425.
SALUTE OR PAY TRIBUTE TO YOUR SPECIAL VETERAN IN OUR SPECIAL VETERAN’S DAY ISSUE COMING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2015
Call For Appointment~ Gift Certiﬁcates Available
Trinity Health Health Clinic Clinic Trinity “Caring for your body, mind, and spirit”
As part of our special Veteran’s Day Issue, we will publish photos of local Veterans living and deceased.
“Caring for your body, mind, and spirit” Cynthia Pearson MSN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC Cynthia Pearson MSN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC Now accepting: Magnolia Medicaid and MSCAN/UHC. 123 Alcorn Dr. Corinth. MS • 662-286-2866 123 Alcorn Dr. Corinth. MS • 662-286-2866 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm, Closed Friday
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DBA Lister Healthcare
Truckload sale at
Eastview Pentecostal Church Sale is new merchandise at 50% off. Items are toys, tools, housewares, and electronics.
SAMUEL D. SMITH U.S. Army 1967-1970
one person per photo. All photos must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Monday Nov. 2, 2015.
7810 Hwy 45 in Ramer, TN. Sale begins at 8:00 Friday and Saturday.
Corinth Academy of Cosmetology 502 Cruise Street - Corinth MS
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Call 662-286-9200 Register Today!
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FOR SALE-FOR SALE-FOR SALE THE CORINTH-ALCORN COUNTY AIRPORT will accept sealed bids for the following items:
KUBOTA M9000 Tractor, 1206.2 hours, includes shop manuals, needs clutch repair 2001 Buick LeSabre 4 door V6 engine, wrecked and repaired, salvage title
0107 SPECIAL NOTICE
LARRY MEEKS. JUSTICE COURT JUDGE FOR FAIR & HONEST DECISIONS
Black & White Cat Webster/Main, Fat, Declawed, Short Hair name “Ciara”
P & B Concrete Work, Drive Ways, Parking Lots, Steps, Retainer Walls, Call 662-664-2733 or 662-210-1963
FOUND LAB Puppy, Road 534 & 514 AREA Call 662-462-4128
Call or Text
Items for sale may be viewed at the CorinthAlcorn Co. Airport, 56 CR 613, Corinth. Sealed Bids will be accepted at the Airport’s main terminal building and must be received by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.
Property will be sold AS IS, no warranty and The Corinth-Alcorn County Joint Airport Board reserves the right to reject any/all bids.
BUTLER, DOUG: Foundation, floor leveling, bricks cracking, rotten wood, basements, shower floor. Over 35 yrs. exp. FREE ESTIMATES. 731-239-8945 or 662-284-6146.
Skyline Steel is a premier steel foundation supplier and whollyowned subsidiary of Nucor Corporation, the largest producer of steel in the United States. Skyline Steel, Iuka, MS has the following positions available:
TRUCK DRIVERS-OTR/CLASS A CDL
Repair welders Successful candidates should be able to safely operate manufacturing and welding equipment in an industrial environment. Welding experience is required.
Ashley Distribution Services in Ecru, MS seeks:
• TRUCKLOAD DRIVERS
All applications are taken at the WIN Job Center Mississippi Department of Employment 1107 Maria Lane Iuka, MS 38852 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(No Touch) Earning potential avg. $66,000 year
•Home Weekly •Paid Vacation •Full Benefit Package •Paid Holidays • Furniture Discount
MS CARE CENTER
Taking Applications for
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Certified CNA’s for all shifts PRN, LPN Please apply in person. 3701 Joanne Dr. • Corinth Mon. – Fri 8 – 4:30 E.O.E.
Adamsville Healthcare Rehab Center Class to begin on November 16, 2015 409 Park Avenue, Adamsville Apply online www.grace.vikus.net/app Choose Adamsville click on Hospitality aide application Interviews for the class will be scheduled No phone calls please Must be 18 years of age
CHRIS GRISHAM Finall Expense Fi Expense Life Insurance Long Term Care Medicare Supplements Part D Prescription Plan Are you paying too much for your Medicare Supplement? “ I will always try to help you” Harper Square Mall. Corinth, MS 38834
Buddy Ayers Rock & Sand • • • • •
Lime Rock Iuka Gravel Masonry Sand Top Soil Rip-Rap
Bill Phillips Sand & Gravel
CAUTION! ADVERTISEMENTS in this classification usually offer informational service of products designed to help FIND employment. Before you send money to any advertiser, it is your responsibility to verify the validity of the offer. Remember: If an ad appears to sound “too good to be true”, then it may be! Inquiries can be made by contacting the Better Business Bureau at 1-800-987-8280.
Structure demolition & Removal Crushed Lime Stone (any size) Iuka Road Gravel Washed gravel Pea gravel Fill sand Masonry sand Black Magic mulch Natural brown mulch Top soil “Let us help with your project” “Large or Small” Bill Jr., 284-6061 G.E. 284-9209
Crowell Services, LLC.
Tree Experts • Lot Clearing • Tree Removal • Tree Trimming • Cleanup
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662-286-9158 or 662-287-2296
Licensed and Insured Free Estimates Veteran Owned/Operated Veteran and
New Additions Kitchen Remodels Bath Remodels Vinyl Siding Tile Installed Laminate Flooring Decks Metal Roofing
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Plumbing & Electric
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CORINTH 501 HWY. 72 W. 662-286-2274 BOONEVILLE 613 E. CHURCH ST. 662-728-3070 IUKA 1204 W. QUITMAN ST. 662-423-6600
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List your name and office under the political listing for only $190.00. Runs every publishing day until final election. Come by the Daily Corinthian office at 1807 S. Harper Rd. or call 662-287-6111 for more info. Must be paid in advance.
This is a paid political advertisement which is intended as a public service for the voters. It has been submitted to and approved and submitted by each political candidate listed below or by the candidate’s campaign manager or assistant manager. This listing is not intended to suggest or imply that these are the only candidates for these offices.
4th District Election Commissioner Bill Gatlin Sandy Coleman Mitchell
Constable Post 1 Scotty L. Bradley Johnny Butler
Constable Post 2 James Bryant Wayne Duncan
Arch Bullard John Weddle
Mary Coats Thank you for 15 years!! Call me with your vehicle needs, new, certified, and pre-owned. Come by, text or call today!!!
Diesel Service: Farm Equip., Work Trucks, Big Rigs Portable Welding
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Long Lewis Ford Lincoln of Corinth (662)664-0229 Cell / (662)287-3184 Offi ce email@example.com
Pressure Licensed & Washing
Are You Trying to Catch a Contractor?
Complete Package $295.00
G&G Steel Mississippi Works is hiring for the position of: Welder.
Alcorn County Water Association is taking applications for a maintenance worker/ meter reader. Candidates should possess a strong work ethic and a clean driving record (CDL is a plus). Applicants must be willing to take call after hours and weekends, and work outdoors in any type of weather. The successful candidate should be capable of working toward a Class B Operator’s license. Experience using a backhoe is also a plus. Please apply during office hours at 116 S. Cass Street, Corinth, MS. Applications or resumes must be received by November 9, 2015. Call 662-286-6689 with any questions.
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ALUMINUM TOOL BOX $100. 662-286-6571/286-3924
AVON CARS, Trucks, Trains, Boats, Etc. Org. Boxes 165 pieces $350.00 OBO GARAGE/ESTATE 0151 SALES If you have initiative, 662-287-3981 good work ethic, acHUGE MOVING SALE c o u n t a b i l i t y , & a r e BARBIE B-Book LearnFri & Sat, 2106 Walnut eager to learn & excel at ing Laptop $35. 643-7650 Dr, clothing & shoes, a challenging new reLge. sizes, Xmas decor, sponsibility, download BLACK LEATHER Couch & furniture, H/H application a t Chair with ottoman, ggsteel.com or apply in Top quality, Like New. person at the WIN Job $400.00 662-415-7435 EMPLOYMENT Center in Iuka Ms. E O E / M i n o r i t i e s / F e - COFFEE TABLE & End Tam a l e s / V e t / D i s a b l e d . ble, Top Quality, Marble Top. $300.00 662-415-7435 0232 GENERAL HELP
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Justice Court Post 1 Luke Doehner Chris Grisham Steve Little
Justice Court Post 2 Aneysa “Neicy” Matthews Jimmy McGee
Sheriff Billy Clyde Burns Ben Caldwell Mike LaRue David Nunley
State Representative District 1 Lester “Bubba” Carpenter Lisa Benderman-Wigginton
State Representative District 2 Nick Bain Billy Miller
State Senate District 4 Rita Potts-Parks Eric Powell
Supervisor District 2 Scotty Little Brodie McEwen James Voyles
Supervisor District 3 Tim Mitchell (Inc) Shane Serio
Supervisor District 4 Keith “Dude” Conaway (Rep.) Steve Glidewell
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2009 WILDWOOD WITH QUEEN BED & TWO BUNK BEDS. $8900.00 256-585-0602 (CELL) 731-632-4296(HOME)
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gas burner, workhorse eng., 2 slideouts, full body paint, walk-in shower, SS sinks & s/s refrig w/im, Onar Marq gold 7000 gen., 3-ton cntrl. unit, back-up camera, auto. leveling, 2-flat screen TVs, Allison 6-spd. A.T., 10 cd stereo w/s.s, 2-leather capt. seats & 1 lthr recliner, auto. awning, qn bed, table & couch (fold into bed), micro/conv oven, less than 5k mi.
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2006 Forest River 30 Ft. Camper.
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1997 New Holland 3930 Tractor 1400 Hours
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$3,500 731-453-5239 731-645-8339
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1956 FORD 600 5 SPEED POWER STEERING REMOTE HYDRAULICS GOOD TIRES GOOD CONDITION
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JOHN DEERE X300 RIDING LAWN MOWER
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school system, and Initiative 42A, which would require and “effective” system. Either one would have to be enforced by the courts. The LEGALS authors 0955legislative of Initiative 42A did not put it forward in the hope that it would pass. They do not know what an “effective” system would be. The courts have never defined that term. Rather, the purpose of Initiative 42A is to split the vote of those who favor an amendment so that neither amendment is adopted.
SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, on December 29, 2006, Faye S. Bonds, Un0955 marriedLEGALS executed a certain deed of trust to Charles E. Tonkin, II, Trustee for the benefit of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for Mortgage Investors Group, its successors and assigns which deed of trust is of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, State of Mississ i p p i i n I n s t r u m e n t N o. 200700359; and
dated November 4, 2013 and recorded in the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Office in Instrument No. 201305650; and
Alcorn County, located at Corinth, Mississippi, to the highest and best bidder for cash the following described property situated in Alcorn WHEREAS, default having County, State of Mississippi, been made in the terms and to-wit: LEGALS LEGALS 0955 conditions of said deed of 0955 trust and the entire debt se- Beginning at the Southeast cured thereby having been Corner of Section 30, Towndeclared to be due and pay- ship 2, Range 7, and run able in accordance with the North 840 feet to the center terms of said deed of trust, of the Kossuth and Corinth JPMorgan Chase Bank, Na- Road for a starting point; tional Association, the legal thence run North 1800 feet, holder of said indebtedness, more or less, to the North having requested the under- boundary line of the Southsigned Substituted Trustee to east Quarter; thence West execute the trust and sell said 645 feet; thence South 1590 land and property in accord- f e e t t o t h e N o r t h w e s t ance with the terms of said Corner of the Joe Bonds lot deed of trust and for the pur- thence East 210 feet; thence pose of raising the sums due South 210 feet; thence East thereunder, together with at- 435 feet to the Point of Betorney's fees, trustee's fees ginning. Containing 25 1/2 and expense of sale. acres, more or less.
run thence West 150 feet, run thence North 300 feet, run thence East 150 feet to the Point of Beginning. All lying and being in the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 2, Range 7, Alcorn 0955 LEGALS County, Mississippi, and containing 1 acre, more or less. LESS AND EXCEPT: Beginning at the Southeast corner of Section 30, Township 2, Range 7, Alcorn County, Mississippi, and run North 840 feet to the center of the Kossuth and Corinth road; thence run North 1455 feet more or less to where the North side of a county road crosses the Quarter Section line for a point of beginning; thence run North 345 feet more or less; thence run West 378 feet more or less to the East side of County road; thence run across the road due South 345 feet more or less; thence run due East 378 feet more or less to the point of beginning, containing 3 acres more or less.
WHEREAS, said Deed of Trust was subsequently asVote “for” Initiative 42 signed to JPMorgan Chase only. That is a vote for a Bank, National Association by instrument dated August 22, strong public school system that will help 2013 and recorded in InstruNOW, THEREFORE, I, LESS AND EXCEPT: ComM i s s i s s i p p i c o m p e t e ment No. 201303931 of the with other states for aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Shapiro & Massey, LLC, Sub- mence at the Northeast stituted Trustee in said deed corner of the Southeast good jobs. Do not be office; and of trust, will on November Quarter of Section 30, Towntricked. WHEREAS, JPMorgan 18, 2015 offer for sale at pub- ship 2, Range 7, Alcorn Chase Bank, National Associ- lic outcry and sell within legal County, Mississippi; run By: Luther T. Munford Sponsor, Initiative Meas- ation has heretofore substi- hours (being between the thence South 290 feet to the I WILL CONVEY only such tuted Shapiro & Massey, LLC hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 North side of a public road title as vested in me as Substiure #42 as Trustee by instrument p.m.), at the South Main Door and the Point of Beginning, tuted Trustee. dated November 4, 2013 and of the County Courthouse of run thence South 300 feet, 15051 recorded in the aforesaid Alcorn County, located at run thence West 150 feet, WITNESS MY SIGNATURE Chancery Clerk's Office in In- Corinth, Mississippi, to the run thence North 300 feet, on this 12th day of October, SUBSTITUTED strument No. 201305650; and highest and best bidder for run thence East 150 feet to 2015. TRUSTEE'S NOTICE cash the following described the Point of Beginning. All lyOF SALE WHEREAS, default having property situated in Alcorn ing and being in the South- Shapiro & Massey, LLC Advertise your CAR, TRUCK, SUV, BOAT, TRACTOR, MOTORCYCLE, RV & ATV here for WHEREAS, on December been made in the terms and County, State of Mississippi, east Quarter of Section 30, SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE deed of to-wit: of said include 2, Range PLEASE 7, Alcorn NO 29, $39.95 2006, Faye S. Bonds, SOLD! Un- conditions UNTIL Ad should photo, descriptionTownship and price. County, Mississippi, and con- Shapiro & Massey, LLC married executed a certain trust and the entire debt seDEALERS & NON-TRANSFERABLE! NO REFUNDS. deed of trust to Charles E. cured thereby having been Beginning at the Southeast taining 1 acre, more or less. 1080 River Oaks Drive declared to be due and Corner ofCall Section287-6147 30, Town- to place your ad. Suite B-202 Tonkin, II, Single Trustee foritem the be-only. Payment in payadvance. nefit of Mortgage Electronic able in accordance with the ship 2, Range 7, and run LESS AND EXCEPT: Begin- Flowood, MS 39232 Registration 868 Systems, Inc. as terms of said deed of trust, North 840 feet to the center ning at the Southeast corner (601)981-9299 VEHICLE2,DIRECTORY nominee for Mortgage In- JPMorgan Chase Bank, Na- of the Kossuth and Corinth of Section 30, Township AUTOMOBILES vestors Group, its successors tional Association, the legal Road for a starting point; Range 7, Alcorn County, Mis- 211 County Rd 510 and assigns which deed of holder of said indebtedness, thence run North 1800 feet, sissippi, and run North 840 Corinth, MS 38834 trust is of record in the office having requested the under- more or less, to the North feet to the center of the Kosof the Chancery Clerk of Al- signed Substituted Trustee to boundary line of the South- s u t h a n d C o r i n t h r o a d ; 13-008280AH corn County, State of Missis- execute the trust and sell said east Quarter; thence West thence run North 1455 feet s i p p i i n I n s t r u m e n t N o . land and property in accord- 645 feet; thence South 1590 more or less to where the Publication Dates: October ance with the terms of said f e e t t o t h e N o r t h w e s t North side of a county road 21 and 28, November 4 and 200700359; and 6 cyl., 5 speed 2009 2004 deed of trust and for the pur- Corner of the Joe Bonds lot crosses the Quarter Section 11, 2015 Cadillac 2004 Hummer of raising the sumsH2 due thence East 210 feet; thence line forConvertible a point of beginning; WHEREAS, said Deed Pontiac G6 of pose Seville SLS Super Nice, run Seat NorthCovers 345 feet 15065 Trust was subsequently as- thereunder, together with at- South 210 feet; thence East thence Loaded, leather, Leather Really Clean, 134,514 miles fees 435 feet to the Point of Be- more fees, trustee's or less; thence run signed to JPMorgan Chase torney's Oil changed regularly, sunroof, chrome New Tires All feet Original Good coldAssociation air and has ginning. Containing 25 1/2 West 378 more or less Bank, National by and expense of sale. good tires. 160k wheels. 100KorMiles less. East side of County to the instrument dated August 22, Electric Windows Just serviced and acres, more NOW, THEREFORE, I, Never BeeWrecked road; thence run across the recorded in Instru2013 andAsking 89,000 Miles Seats345 feet ready for theLLC, road. & Massey, Sub- LESS AND EXCEPT: Com- road due& South ment No. 201303931 of the Shapiro $5400. OBO $5500. in said deed mence at the Northeast more or less; thence 88,000 milesrun due aforesaid Chancery Clerk's stituted Trustee CALL/TEXT Call @ of trust, will on November corner of the Southeast East 378 feet more or less to office; and Call DANIEL @ 18, 2015 offer for sale at pub- Quarter of Section 30, Town- the point of beginning, con662-664-0210 662-603-1290 662-319-7145 WHEREAS, JPMorgan lic outcry and sell within legal ship 2, Range 7, Alcorn taining 3 acres more or less. Chase Bank, National Associ- hours (being between the County, Mississippi; run ation has heretofore substi- hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 thence South 290 feet to the I WILL CONVEY only such tuted Shapiro & Massey, LLC p.m.), at the South Main Door North side of a public road title as vested in me as Substias Trustee by instrument of the County Courthouse of and the Point of Beginning, tuted Trustee. dated November 4, 2013 and Alcorn County, located at run thence South 300 feet, 1989 Mercedes Benz recorded in the aforesaid Corinth, Mississippi, to the run thence West 150 feet, WITNESS MY SIGNATURE day CE of October, 300 Chancery Clerk's Office in In- highest and best bidder for run thence North 300 feet, on this 12th strument No. 201305650; and cash the following described run thence East 150 feet to 2015. property situated in Alcorn the Point of Beginning. All ly145K miles, Rear tires, paint, 2005 Honda Element and being in the seats, South- Shapiro & Massey, LLC WHEREAS, default having County, State of Mississippi, ingNew bucket TRUSTEE seats, and window & door EX, 4D, east Quarter of Section 30, SUBSTITUTED been made in the terms and to-wit: VIN 5J6YH18645L001419, seals. Engine new, Township 2, Rangelike 7, Alcorn conditions of said deed of Champagne color, Milage, 107,400, one owner, 3 speed, 4x4, roll-bar, Mississippi, and con- Shapiro & Massey, LLC trust and the entire debt se- Beginning at the Southeast County, local, Pwr Locks, Windows, wench. more or less. 1080 River Oaks Drive Excellent Condition. cured thereby having been Corner of Section 30, Town- taining 1 acre, Steering, RW defogger, A/C, Range 7, and run Great Shape! Suite B-202 declared to be due and pay- ship 2, 00 Rear window wiper, Cruise, Tilt. Miles, Red 840 feet to the center LESS AND EXCEPT: Begin- Flowood,Diligently MS 39232 AM/FM Stereo. Premium sound able in accordance with the NorthGarage Kept, it has sys, Anti-social brakes, Alum and Corinth ning at the Southeast corner (601)981-9299 terms of said deed of trust, of the Kossuth maintained. been babied. Alloy wheels, Sat radio, CD, a starting point; of Section 30, Township 2, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Na- Road for All maintenance Pwr mirrors, Bucket seats, MP3 run North 1800 feet, Range 7, Alcorn County, Mis- 211 County Rd 510 tional Association, the legal thencerecords available. $5000.00 player, Keyless entry. less, or to Text: the North sissippi, and run North 840 Corinth, MS 38834 holder of said indebtedness, more or Call $7250. line of the South- feet to the center of the Koshaving requested the under- boundary 662-415-2657 662-594-5830 662 287 4848 signed Substituted Trustee to east Quarter; thence West s u t h a n d C o r i n t h r o a d ; 13-008280AH execute the trust and sell said 645 feet; thence South 1590 thence run North 1455 feet 864 Dates: October land and property in accord- f e e t t o t h e N o r t h w e s t more or less to where the Publication TRUCKS/VANS/ November 4 and ance with the terms of said Corner of the Joe Bonds lot North side of a county road 21 and 28,SUV’S deed of trust and for the pur- thence East 210 feet; thence crosses the Quarter Section 11, 2015 pose of raising the sums due South 210 feet; thence East line for a point of beginning; thereunder, together with at- 435 feet to the Point of Be- thence run North 345 feet 15065 torney's fees, trustee's fees ginning. Containing 25 1/2 more or less; thence run GT acres, more or less. West 378 feet more or less and expense of sale. to the East side of County Black NOW, THEREFORE, I, LESS AND EXCEPT: Com- road; thence run across the Like new onLLC, theSub- mence at the Northeast road due South 345 feet 2006 Express 2500 Shapiro & Massey, the Southeast 4.0 more less; thence run due stituted Trustee in said deed corner01ofJEEP FororSale or Trade inside and out. 6.6 Diesel Runs Section 30, Town- East 378 feet more or less to of trust, will on November Quarter ofNew top 1978 Mercedes Runs Great, good and drives great. 18, 2015 offer for sale at pub- ship 2, Range 7, Alcorn the point of beginning, con6.9 Motor 135,000 miles. front &Mississippi; rear bumper run taining 3 acres more or less. lic outcry and sell within legal County, 172,000 miles. A/C tires, 114K miles Only made 450 that year. South 290 feet to the hours (being between the thence Custom Jeep radio $2,500. OBO and new tires hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 North side of a public road I WILL CONVEY only such due to health $ at the South Main Door and theand CDofplayer Point Beginning, titleSelling as vested in me as Substip.m.), Well serviced! reasons. South 300 feet, tuted Trustee. of the County Courthouse of run thence $9,200 $8500.00 Harry Dixon Alcorn County, located at run thence West 150 feet, thence North 300 feet, WITNESS286-6359 662-594-1860 MY SIGNATURE Corinth, Mississippi, to the run662-643-3565 highest and best bidder for run thence East 150 feet to on this 12th day of October, cash the following described the Point of Beginning. All ly- 2015. property situated in Alcorn ing and being in the SouthCounty, State of Mississippi, east Quarter of Section 30, Shapiro & Massey, LLC Township 2, Range 7, Alcorn SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE to-wit: County, Mississippi, and conBeginning at the Southeast taining 1 acre, more or less. Shapiro & Massey, LLC 1080 River Oaks Drive Corner of Section 30, TownREDUCED ship 2, Range 7, and run LESS AND EXCEPT: Begin- Suite B-202 Antique MS1986 39232FORD North 840 feet to the center ning at the Southeast corner Flowood, of the Kossuth and Corinth of Section 30, Township 2, (601)981-9299 F350 XL- Dualley, 7.3 130K Miles, Road for a starting point; Range 7, Alcorn County, Mis- Diesel, new tires, Paint, Loaded and run North 840 211 County Rd 510 thence run North 1800 feet, sissippi,Fully Lots of MS Extras, of the Kos- Corinth, to the center Condition! 38834164,803 more or less, to the North feetGREAT boundary line of the South- s u t h a n d C o r i n t h r o a d ; Miles, Motor runs well. east Quarter; thence West thence run North 1455 feet 13-008280AH 2nd Owner, $3500.00or less to where the 645 feet; thence South 1590 more662-415-8343 Serious inquiries only. f e e t t o t h e N o r t h w e s t North side of a county road Publication Dates: October or 415-7205 28, November 4 and Corner of the Joe Bonds lot crosses the Quarter Section 21 and662-287-8894 thence East 210 feet; thence line for a point of beginning; 11, 2015 South 210 feet; thence East thence run North 345 feet 435 feet to the Point of Be- more or less; thence run 15065 ginning. Containing 25 1/2 West 378 feet more or less to the East side of County acres, more or less. road; thence run across the 2005 Lincoln LS LESS AND EXCEPT: Com- road due South 345 feet Sport V8 Ultimate mence at the Northeast more or less; thence run due corner of the Southeast East 378 feet more or less to Quarter of Section 30, Town- the point of beginning, conship 2, Range 7, Alcorn taining 3 acres more or less. County, Mississippi; run 2010 GMC 1987 South FORD290 BRONCO thence feet to the I WILL CONVEY only such Ext-Cab P.U. as vested me as SubstiNorth sideORIGINAL of a public road title 2014 JeepinWrangler ALL New tires, Tool Box, Approx 15000 miles and the VINTAGE! Point of Beginning, tuted Trustee. One local owner, dealer Towing Pkg., Bed Liner, 136,200 mi. BOUGHT NEW, Complete run thence South 300 feet, serviced, all factory RUNS & DRIVES History, Loaded, 4x4, All power, Running Boards, Fog MY SIGNATURE run thence West 150 feet, WITNESS options, navigation, Well Maintained Phone, Auto, this CD, 12thDVD, daySatellite, of October, premium sound, run thenceGOOD North 300 feet, on Removable Lights, P. Windows, P. Tops, Step Bars, Looks & Runs Great sunroof, leather seats, run thence East 150 feet to 2015.Dark Tint, Red - Black, Door Locks, Tilt almost new tires, the Point of Beginning. All ly(LIKE NEW) IUKA $14,900. 105,000 mi $6,500 & Massey, LLC ing and being in the South- Shapiro 256-577-1349 662 286 5668 TRUSTEE east662-286-1717 Quarter of Section 30, SUBSTITUTED 662-415-9062 Call 662-255-3511 $28,500.00 Township 2, Range 7, Alcorn County, Mississippi, and con- Shapiro & Massey, LLC taining 1 acre, more or less. 1080 River Oaks Drive Suite B-202 LESS AND EXCEPT: Begin- Flowood, MS 39232 ning at the Southeast corner (601)981-9299 of Section 30, Township 2, Range 7, Alcorn County, Mis- 211 County Rd 510 sissippi, and run North 840 Corinth, MS 38834 feet to the center of the Koss u t h a n d C o r i n t h r o a d ; 13-008280AH Side-by-Side 2008 Harley 2006 YAMAHA 1700 thence run North 1455 feet Davidson 4 X 4 w/ Wench GREAT CONDITION! Dates: October 13,500 Miles, Serviced more or less to where the Publication 28, November North side of a county road 21 and AM/FM w/ CD4 and in November, New Back Electra Glide Classic APPROX. 26,000 MILES crosses the Quarter Section 11, 2015 Black w/lots of Tire, Cobra Pipes, $4350 line for a point of beginning; Slingshot Windshield Chrome thence run North 345 feet 15065 (NO TRADES) 21,600 miles more or less; thence run $14,900 West 378 feet more or less 662-665-0930 to the East side of County 662-284-8251 662-286-6750 road; thence run across the road due South 345 feet more or less; thence run due East 378 feet more or less to 2000 POLARIS the point of beginning, containing 3 acres more or less. MAGNUM 325 4X4
s e l a S GUARANTEEDAuto CED REDU
2006 Jeep Liberty
1998 PORSCHE BOXSTER
$7500.00 OBO $8200 OBO 662-664-0357
$15,000. OBO 664-6484
1973 Jeep Commando
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2010 Maxima LOADED 73,000 mi. GREAT CAR $15,000
2012 Jeep Wrangler 4WD
2011 GMC CANYON-RED REG. CAB, 2 WD 78,380 MILES $11,900 OBO
2003 Mustang GT SVT Cobra Clone Tuned 4.6 Engine 5 Speed Lowered 4:10 Gears All Power & Air $6500. 662-415-0149
2010 Chevy Equinox LS
95’ 2001 Nissan Xterra CHEVY FOR SALE ASTRO Needs a little work. Cargo Van Good Bargain! Good, Sound Van Call: $2700 662-643-3084 872-3070
1998 CHEVY CUSTOM VAN
2012 HONDA FOREMAN 500 4x4, 183 miles, $4,800.00 662-665-5363
1500 Goldwing Honda
2012 Banshee Bighorn
78,000 original miles,new tires. Shapiro & Massey, LLC
SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE Shapiro & Massey, LLC 1080 River Oaks Drive Suite B-202 Flowood, MS 39232 (601)981-9299
211 County Rd 510
2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600
$4295 OBO 662-212-2451
I WILL CONVEY only such title as vested in me as Substituted Trustee. WITNESS MY SIGNATURE on this 12th day of October, 2015.
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2007 Yamaha VStar 1100 21,900 miles $4,500 Bat-wing Faring and Hog Tunes
YAMAHA V STAR 650 22,883 MILES $2,850.00 665-1288
2nd Owner, Great Condition Has a Mossy Oak Cover over the body put on when it was bought new. Everything Works. Used for hunting & around the house, Never for mud riding. $1500 Firm. If I don’t answer, text me and I will contact you. 662-415-7154
2003 100 yr. Anniversary 883 Harley Sportster, color: blue, 14,500 miles, $4,900. OBO. Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210
WITNESS MY SIGNATURE NOTICE is hereby givon this 12th day of October, en that Letters Testa2015. mentary have been on this day granted to the Daily • Wednesday, October 28, 2015 • 9B LLCCorinthian Shapiro & Massey, undersigned, Cheryl SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE Gean Trimble, on the es0955 LEGALS 0955 ofLEGALS tate Marion Arnold HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY Shapiro & Massey, LLC Russell, deceased, by 1080 River Oaks Drive the Chancery Court, of Suite B-202 Alcorn County, Missis- HOME IMPROVEMENT Flowood, MS 39232 sippi, and all persons & REPAIR (601)981-9299 having claims against ALL-PRO Home Maintensaid estate are required 211 County Rd 510 ance and Repair- 662to have the same pro- 415-6646 Corinth, MS 38834 bated and registered by the Clerk of said Court 13-008280AH within ninety (90) days STORAGE, INDOOR/ Publication Dates: October after the date of the OUTDOOR first publication of this 21 and 28, November 4 and 20 AND 40 foot Metal notice or the same shall 11, 2015 Cargo Containers. Great be forever barred. The /storage. 731-689-5616 first day of the publica15065 tion of this notice is the AMERICAN 28th day of October, MINI STORAGE 2015. IN THE CHANCERY COURT 2058 S. Tate OF ALCORN COUNTY, Across From WITNESS my signature MISSISSIPPI World Color on this 26th day of Oc287-1024 RE: LAST WILL AND TEST- tober, 2015. AMENT OF MARION MORRIS CRUM ARNOLD RUSSELL, DE- CHERYL GEAN TRIMBLE, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESMINI-STORAGE CEASED TATE OF MARION 286-3826. ARNOLD RUSSELL, DENO. 2015-0581-02 CEASED PROFESSIONAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS Donald Down, Atty SERVICE DIRECTORY P. O. Box 1618 NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testa- Corinth, MS 38835 MORRIS CRUM mentary have been on 662-287-8088 MINI-STORAGE this day granted to the 286-3826. u n d e r s i g n e d , C h e r y l 3 tc 10/28, 11/4, 11/11/2015 Gean Trimble, on the estate of Marion Arnold PROFESSIONAL Russell, deceased, by 15079 SERVICE DIRECTORY the Chancery Court, of Alcorn County, Mississippi, and all persons having claims against said estate are required to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days after the date of the first publication of this notice or the same shall be forever barred. The • 3.0L • 155K miles first day of the publica2004 Nissan • this Newnotice tires is the tion of Quest 104,000 28th day of October, 2003 FORD miles, cold ac, new 2015.
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2004 BMW $12,900 OBO
Just serviced and WITNESS my signature ready for the on this 26th dayroad. of October, 2015. Call @
662-664-0210 CHERYL GEAN TRIMBLE, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF MARION ARNOLD RUSSELL, DECEASED
TAURUS 142100 MILES $3500.00 662-665-5720
tires, fully loaded, dvd entertainment system, runs and looks great, 4850.00 662-665-1995
1994 Z28 CAMARO
1985 Mustang GT,
Donald Down, Atty P. O. Box 1618 Corinth, HO, MS 5 38835 Speed, 662-287-8088
3 tc Mileage 7500 !! 10/28, 11/4, 11/11/2015
Second owner 15079 Last year of carburetor, All original. $16,500
78,400 miles $4200.00 or Trade All Original
LT-1 ENGINE REBUILT TRANSMISSION NEW TIRES 119,000 ACTUAL MILES
662-415-3408 2008 LEXUS RX350 (GOLD)
1976 F115 428 Motor Very Fast
MILES 116,700 $13,500. (662)287-7797
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2008 FORD F150 STX
54,000 miles, 4.2 V-6, automatic, new tires, dark blue, cold AC, runs and drives like new.
06 Chevy Trailblazer 1987 Power FORD 250 DIESEL 1994 Nissan Quest everything! New Lifters, UTILITY SERVICE TRUCK Good heat Cam, Head, $4000. and Air Struts and Shocks. IN GOOD CONDITION $2000. $3,250 OBO 731-645-8339 OR Call 603-9446 662-319-7145 731-453-5239 832 Motorcycles/ATV’S
2003 CHEVY 2500 HDLT CREW CAB 4X4 1995 K2500 4X4 Good Condition Runs Great, New Tires 176K miles $3500.
1999 Harley Classic Touring, loaded, color: blue, lots of extras. 70,645 Hwy. miles, $7,900.00 OBO Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210
VORTEC 8100 V8 ALLISON TRANSMISSION EXCEL. COND. 32K MILES
2002 Harley Fat Boy, color: purple, 27,965 miles, $7,900 OBO Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210
1990 Harley Davidson Custom Soft-Tail $9000
2013 Arctic Cat
1949 Harley Davidson Panhead $9000 OBO
308 miles 4 Seater w/seat belts Phone charger outlet Driven approx. 10 times Excellent Condition Wench (front bumper)
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