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Daily Corinthian Vol. 116, No. 123

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• Corinth, Mississippi • 18 pages • 1 section

Jail’s finances concern board

Aggie mania

BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

County supervisors hear requests to improve roads on a daily basis. On Monday, the Board of Supervisors received a rare request for the opposite: not to fix a dilapidated bridge that has been closed for years on County Road 346 and to leave the road closed. Residents have noticed the surveying of property happening in the area, and a few attended the meeting to voice a request that the bridge not be fixed. District 2 Supervisor Dal Nelms said funds are in hand for a bridge replacement project, and the county is looking at moving forward with plans. Samuel Wigginton said the community has enjoyed the lessened traffic and a safer environment for children since the bridge went out of use about eight years ago. He said it is also costing the county less to maintain the narrow road since it gets less traffic. “The community has been extremely thankful that it has been closed,” said Matthew Wigginton. “It had become almost like a race track in the area. It was dangerous to the people, dangerous to the children. It was not uncommon for mailboxes to be run over on a weekly basis.” County Road 346 is located northeast of Jacinto. The board took no action on the request. In other business affecting the 2nd district, Nelms is transferring a 1999 Sterling truck and trailer to the 1st district with $10,000 of the funds going toward repayment of the 2nd district’s debt to the 4th district. Nelms said he is making an effort to pay off the debt to the 4th district, even though it dates back to Danny Crotts’ time on the board. In a previous meeting, 4th district supervisor Gary Ross asked that the 2nd district begin to pay off the debt. Apparently only $10,000 was previously repaid on the $60,000 loan, which was made when the 2nd district could not pay salaries or bills.

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BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Photos by Amy Mercer

Kossuth High School baseball has hit mania level as the Aggies’ state championship game has been postponed to 4 p.m. Wednesday due to expected bad weather in the Jackson area. Kossuth tied the series vs. Southeast Lauderdale at 1-1 with a 9-3 victory on Saturday. Anna and Skylar Threadgill, wife and daughter of KHS Baseball Coach Daniel Threadgill, wish the team good luck with a send-off ceremony at the school last Thursday. Kossuth fan Jeff Bobo excites the crowd during Saturday’s game, while KHS senior Austin Emerson drums up support for the Aggies. The final game to determine the 3A state champ was first scheduled for Monday. Related photo, Page 2.

The Alcorn County Board of Supervisors hopes to see more black ink on the ledger for the new regional jail facility. Irb Benjamin, consultant for the regional jail project, met with the board Monday to discuss concerns about the jail finances. “As we look here each month, even though it has gotten better, we’re still in the red,” said Board President Lowell Hinton. “We are concerned.” A breakdown of the numbers since September shows only one month, January, had a net profit. The most recent month, April, had total expenses of $385,686 and revenue of $362,650, for a net loss of $23,036. The toughest month was November, with a net loss of $195,980. But Benjamin assured the board that the start-up months are often bumpy due to unanticipated expenses, and the numbers will turn around with some management tweaks. “The fact that your cash flow appears a little jumbled up on the front end, that’s to be expected,” he said. “It happens to most every project. The important thing is we’ve got a 20-year contract to carry us with the cash flow and the inmates out there.” Cash flow is running about $380,000 monthly, including payments from the Mississippi Department of Corrections for the housing of state inmates. “During the course of the last six to eight months, we’ve been steadily incurring one-time expenditures that have kept your costs up,” said Benjamin. “Those one-time cost items have pretty much diminished. From this phase forward, you’re just maintaining your numbers and managing expense costs.” He said the project was made more complicated by some of the logistical challenges of combining different law enforcement agencies into a single facility. Also, inmates did not move to the facility as early as anticipated, and that Please see FINANCES | 2

Magnolia auxiliary honors volunteers BY BOBBY J. SMITH bjsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Magnolia Regional Health Center Auxiliary recently held its annual meeting to honor volunteers who have attained milestones in their accumulated hours of service. “MRHC’s Auxiliary are better known as the ‘pink ladies’ or ‘khaki gents’ but to me they are ladies and gentlemen that exemplify the meaning of true volunteerism,” said Renee Bullard, MRHC Auxiliary Liaison. “It is with great pleasure that I have the opportunity to work with these outstanding volunteers.” Auxiliary member Barbara Wayne said Auxiliary members are willing to give their time to others in the community. They provide at least four hours a week to provide care and assistance at the hospital. What’s in it for the volunteers? Wayne said each volunteer receives personal goodwill from those they serve and the respect of the hospital staff. Also, they enjoy being with

people and contributing to the community. “Volunteers want to be connected to the people of our community and enjoy spending time with them,” she said. “They want to be part of the service that improves the health of the people in our region.” Auxiliary volunteers are honored yearly for their first 100 hours of service, then in 500-hour increments. Magnolia CEO Rick Napper paid tribute to the Auxiliary’s contributions. “For the thousands of hours put into their job, the Magnolia Regional Health Center’s Medical Auxiliary goes unrecognized for their hard work and dedication to our facility and patients,” said Napper. “We, as an organization, value their willingness to volunteer and give of their free time.” Auxiliary Service Awards for 2011-12: (100 Hours) Annette Griffin, Pat Newcomb, Gay Null and Ruth Ann Phillips; (500 Hours) Judy Fos-

ter, Peggy Osborn and Alice Prater; (1,000 Hours) Sandra Blackburn, Barbara Gray, JoAnn McDonald, Margaret Orem, Jannice Shadburn and Wanda Works; (1,500 Hours) Joyce DuQuette, Margaret Maness, Loretta Newton, Barbara Wayne; (2,000 Hours) Mary Coleman, Tommie Rafidi and Katheryn Samples; (2,500 Hours) Louella McDonald and Donna Orlick; (3,000 Hours) Charlotte Icardi; (3,500 Hours) Betty Smith; (4,000 Hours) Ruth Cook and Peggy Treadway; (4,500 Hours) Burlene Whirley; (5,000 Hours) Marilyn Easter; (6,000 Hours) Betty Hauser and Minnie Ulmer. The Auxiliary also elected officers for the year. They are: President, Lorettta Newton; President Elect, Linda Garrett; First Vice President, Joyce DuQuette and Dorothy Duncan; Second Vice President, Peggy Treadway; Secretary, Donna Orlich; and Treasurer, Pat Please see VOLUNTEERS | 2

Index Stocks........7 Classified......14 Comics...... 11 Wisdom...... 10

Weather........5 Obituaries........ 3 Opinion........4 Sports........8

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Newly elected MRHC Auxiliary officers are (seated) Joyce DuQuette, Linda Garrett and Loretta Newton; (standing) Betty Smith, Pat Fowler, Donna Orlich and Peggy Treadway.

On this day in history 150 years ago Beauregard’s plan to attack north and east of Corinth is called off due to the inability of Gen. Van Dorn to get his troops into position. Van Dorn reports: “I have been delayed by bad management and stupidity of officers. I am sick with disappointment.”


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Local/Region

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Things to do today Dollars for Dough

Grantham at 284-7498.

Papa John’s is hosting a “Dollars for Dough” today. Twenty percent of proceeds go toward Alcorn Central Elementary School. The classroom that raises the most money for their grade gets a free pizza party on Thursday, May 24.

Music month

Art show Several paintings by Dogwood Plantation resident Alice Prussia are on display at Corinth Artist Guild Gallery, 507 Cruise St., through May 31.  A reception will be held Thursday, May 24 at the gallery from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Regular gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment. Call 665-0520 for more information. On the web: corinthartistguild.com.

Senior activities The First Presbyterian Senior Adult Ministry hosts a Wii sports class for senior adults on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. There is no cost to participate. Call the church office at 286-6638 to register or Kimberly

webpage at http://www. sam.usace.army.mil/ TennTom/GenInfo.html.

The Alcorn Welcome Center is observing Music Month in May. They will be displaying literature and have giveaways during the month. Stop in and pick up a Blues Trail map, blues museum literature for the state, music festival dates and more. The Welcome Center also has the Calendar of Events insert/brochure for Corinth which includes contact information for the Corinth Symphony Orchestra, Crossroads Arena, Corinth Theatre-Arts Crossroads Playhouse, Pickin’ on the Square and other general information.

Zumba classes

Beaches open

A museum dedicated to the Battle of Shiloh and area veterans is now open next to Shiloh National Military Park. It is located at the intersection of state Route 22 and Route 142 in Shiloh, across from Ed Shaw’s Restaurant. The Shiloh Battlefield & World War II Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. For more information call Larry DeBerry at 731-926-0360. 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bay Springs Site Office announces Old Bridge Beach and Piney Grove Beach are open for the season. The summer hours of operation will be daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. For questions regarding recreational opportunities including camping contact the Operations Manger’s Office at 662-423-1287 or the

From now through June, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Booneville will sponsor a free Zumba class at the Westside Community Center every Tuesday starting at 6 p.m. Doors will open 30 minutes before the class begins -- no one will be allowed to enter after the class starts. For more information, contact Sergio Warren at 720-5432 or sergio.warren@bmhcc. org; or Susan Henson at 212-2745 or slhenson2009@hotmail.com.

Shiloh museum

Photo by Amy Mercer

Team spirit Kossuth High School baseball fan Anna Kate Gaines shows support for player Heath Wood during Thursday’s first state championship game in Jackson. The Aggies play for the 3-A state title Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Eighth-grade students improve science scores Staff reports

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Daily Corinthian Pet of the Week The Daily Corinthian Pet of the Week is a female heeler shepherd mix named Cleo, who is around 1 to 2 years old and one of the best behaved dogs at the Corinth Alcorn Animal Shelter. She is good on the leash and very laid back. She is a terrific dog who needs some love and a good home. For information about any adoptions, call the Corinth Alcorn Animal Shelter at 662-284-5800.

Jackson schools get longer to meet standards Associated Press

JACKSON — A panel has given the Jackson city school system until Nov. 1 to comply with state rules on special education. The Mississippi De-

partment of Education had asked the state accreditation commission to revoke Jackson’s approval, in part because violations have lingered for years with little improvement until recent

months. However, the commission ruled Monday that Mississippi’s second-largest public school system could have five more months to fix accreditation violations.

Jonathan Enzor, Superintendent, Carroll Little, Owner

Eighth-grade students in Tennessee scored higher in science than they did two years prior, according to the latest results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, also known as the Nation’s Report Card. About 28 percent of students in Tennessee scored at or above proficient in science in 2009, compared to nearly 31 percent in 2011, while the average scale score went up from 148 to 150. Tennessee ranks 32nd out of 50 states and the District of Columbia in NAEP science results. Education commissioner Kevin Huffman said the upward trend was encouraging, since Tennessee’s new accountability model now measures science

benchmarks, rather than math and reading only. “I’m pleased with the direction our science scores are going,” Huffman said. “We certainly still have room for improvement, but we should all be proud of the gains our students are making.” Economically disadvantaged students in Tennessee also made big gains over their 2009 scores, jumping from an average scale score of 133 in 2009 to 139 in 2011. Emily Barton, assistant commissioner for curriculum and instruction for the Tennessee Department of Education, said the science gains show the state is headed in the right direction. “It is critically important for our students to have a strong background

in science education,” Barton said. “Through Race to the Top, we’ve invested a lot of money into Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, so we’re glad to see our efforts paying off.” Students in Tennessee took NAEP between January and March of 2011. A representative sample of students from schools across the state is chosen to take a portion of the test. Because the same test is administered in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, NAEP is a way to accurately compare academic progress across the nation. For more information on NAEP scores in Tennessee and across the country, visit http://nces. ed.gov/nationsreportcard/.

accumulate for facility needs. “Every month, they put about $4,200 out of the revenue stream into the depreciation account,” said Benjamin. “They will do that until that account gets to be $500,000. That’s about 10 years. The purpose of this depreciation account is so that this jail never has to come back to the county for monies to do repair and renovations or retrofitting the facility. When the kitchen and air conditioning units goes out, this pool of revenue is there to cover those costs.” In the 13 years that he has worked with jail facilities, it has never been

necessary to ask a county government to dip into the general fund to pay for any jail needs, Benjamin said. The county is guaranteed monthly payment for 240 state inmates, whether that many are present or not. In the latest reported month, the county is billing the state $266,494.14 for those housed in the regional jail; $36,360 for work center inmates; and $33,725 for state inmates housed in the county jail. The Corinth Police Department pays $30,000 monthly to the county for the housing of city inmates.

the hospital); Escort volunteers (who distribute mail and flowers to patient rooms and assist ER staff by signing in patients); Craft volunteers (women who meet monthly to make hand-made items for sale in the hospital Gift Shop); and more. Proceeds from the Gift Shop fund the Auxil-

iary’s Scholarship Program, which gives grants of $850 per semester to eligible students going into the healthcare professions. The deadline to apply at the hospital front desk for this year’s Auxiliary Scholarship is May 31. For more information about the scholarship call 286-2272.

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resulted in running three jail facilities for a time, he said. Benjamin projects the facility will operate in the black within 18 months. Sheriff Charles Rinehart said it was anticipated during planning of the facility that it would take a couple of years to operate in the black. For now, “What we will do is reevaluate the staffing patterns, look at what we’re doing, where the cash flow is going,” the consultant said. The county has a reserve fund of about $800,000 for the jail, and a depreciation fund will

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Shiloh Ridge Athletic Club welcomes Jonathan Enzor as the golf course Superintendent. With 14 years experience, he holds a degree from MS State in Golf and Sports Turf Management. Previously, Jonathan held a Superintendent’s position at a golf course that was chosen number 1 public golf course in the state of Tennessee for seven years! He has extremely high expectations for course conditioning at Shiloh Ridge. Welcome Jonathan!

3303 Shiloh Ridge Road, Historic Corinth, MS 662-2 286-8 8000

Fowler. Organized in 1965, the MRHC Auxiliary continues to adapt its service to the needs of a growing health care facility. Auxiliary volunteers include desk volunteers (who give directions and room info to visitors as they enter

Correction The Tishomingo County Class of 2012 graduation is 8 p.m. Thursday in the school gym.


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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Deaths Sammy Darwin

IUKA — Sammy Darwin died Monday, May 12, 2012, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Arrrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Cutshall Funeral Home - Iuka.

Marie Adams

Funeral services for Marie Adams, 86, of Corinth, are set for 11 a.m. today at Magnolia Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with burial at Pisgah Cemetery. Mrs. Adams died Sunday, May 20, 2012, at MS Care Center. Born Feb. 1, 1926, she was a LPN and worked for the Methodist Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital and Columbus Hospital. She was a member of Antioch Baptist Church in Rienzi. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Adams; her parents, Fred and Sarah Russell Davis; five brothers, Frank Morris, Gene Davis, Cleatus Davis, Leland Davis and Vewin Davis; and three sisters, Nelda Chaney, Minnie Mae Morrow and Earlene Grimes. Survivors include three sons, James Wilson (Linda) of Hawkensville, Ga., Jackie Wilson of Birmingham, Ala., and Larry Wilson (Teresa) of Jackson, Tenn.; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mary Hopper of Kossuth, and Mildred Powers of Corinth. Bro. Kenney McGill will officiate. Visitation is today from 9 a.m. until service time at the funeral home.

Zoey Rayne Brown

A graveside service for Zoey Rayne Brown, infant daughter of Joseph D. and Megan Howard Brown of

Corinth, is set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hinkle Cemetery. Zoey died Friday, May 18, 2012, at LeBonheur Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. She was born May 15, 2012, at Magnolia Regional Health Center. She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Alex Ray Howard and J.B. Brown; and her great-grandparents, Will D. and Louise Fulcher. Survivors include her parents; two sisters, Alexandria Tucker and Chelsea Hill; her grandmothers, Geraldine Price of Corinth and Linda Howard of Ripley; and her great-grandparents, Pam and Johnny Smith of Corinth, and Alex and Sandy Howard of Corinth. Bro. Mike Snyder will officiate.

James Pannell

Funeral services for James M. Pannell, 79, of Corinth, are set for 2 p.m. today at Ripley Funeral Home Chapel with burial at Forest Memorial Park Cemetery in Corinth. Mr. Pannell died Sunday, May 20, 2012, at MS Care Center in Corinth. Born May 29, 1932, he was a former Ripley resident, a member of First Apostolic Church and a retired factory worker. He was preceded in death by his parents, Will and Mavis James Pannell, and one sister, Sue Rainey. Survivors include his wife, Annie Spillers Pannell of Corinth; one daughter, Patricia Taylor (Wally) of Blue Mountain; two sons, Dennis Pannell (Tracy) of Ripley and William Pannell (Tammy) of Kossuth; four sisters, Evie Sue Smith, Mazelle Thrasher, Dale Thrasher and Edith Hancock; and one brother, James Leroy Pannell. Bro. Dwight Massengill and Bro. Omega Hall will officiate. Visitation was Monday evening.

Marcella S. Pearson

Marcella S. Pearson, 91, died Sunday, May 20, 2012, at her home. She was a native of Milwaukee and retired from Siemen’s Mfg. Company. Mrs. Pearson moved to Corinth in 2006 to be with her daughter. She was a member of St. James Catholic Church and an avid bowler. She was a member of the The Gutter Girls, Thursday morning coffee league and was an active bowler until March of this year. A Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Pearson will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. James Catholic Church with Father Rich Smith Pearson officiating. Visitation is from 9:30 until 10:30 a.m. at the church. Services will follow later at Max Sass and Sons Funeral Home with burial in the Forrest Hill Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wis. She is preceded in death by her husband, Carl E. Pearson. Survivors include one daughter, Judith Nelson (George) of Corinth; four grandchildren, Kim Drews of Cudahy, Wis., Roger Jussila (Cinday) of Waukesha, Wis., Joseph Struck III (Amy) of Rhinelaner, Wis., and April McClendon of Corinth; great-grandchildren: Stacy Mills of Pensacola, Fla., Chad Holl and Curtis Drews of Milwaukee, Nathan Jussila, Mitchell Jussila, Amber Jussila, Brandon Jussila of Waukesha, Wis., Isabell Howell of New York, Abbigail Struck of Rhineland, Wis., and Allison McClendon of Corinth; great-great-grandchildren: Chloe Mills of Pensacola, Fla., and Elijah Holl and Madison Drews of Milwaukee. McPeters Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements. On-line condolences: mcpetersfuneraldirectors. com

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Student awards Several Michie School fourth through eighth grade students were recently treated to an academic reception. The purpose of the reception was to recognize their achievements throughout the year. Criteria for awards included, but were not limited to, grade point averages and writing assessments. Congratulations to these accomplished individuals.

Woodmen launch shoe campaign BY BOBBY J. SMITH bjsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Putting a new pair of shoes on a needy child’s feet is only a click away. The Modern Woodmen of America have launched a campaign on its Facebook page to provide shoes to needy children. The organization will donate $1 (up to $10,000) for each new fan on the page for Shoes That Fit until the end of the year. “This campaign ties closely to the mission of Modern Woodmen — to improve quality of life for members and communities,” said Jonathan Marsh, a Modern Woodmen representative in Corinth. “As a fraternal financial services organization, our members across the country work to improve communities and help people.

Marsh said donating to Shoes That Fit is an online version of the Modern Woodmen’s fraternal programs. Shoes That Fit is a nationwide organization which donates new shoes to schoolchildren in need. To date the organization has provided over a million new pairs of shoes and clothing items to schoolchildren in need across the U.S. In addition to helping young students, it also encourages people to get involved and volunteer at the local level. Modern Woodmen of America members coordinate fraternal programs throughout the country. Their fraternal assistance reached $26 million last year. The organization’s fan page is at www.facebook.

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com/modernwoodmen. “Like” the page or click on “Shoes That Fit” at the top to learn more about the campaign and view complete details. Local Modern Wood-

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Earl H. Valdejo, 92, died at his home Sunday, May 20, 2012. Mr. Valdejo was a retired tool and die maker from Century Electric, Vendo and Corinth Machinery. He was a past member of the Corinth Elks Club. He was an avid fan of stock cars and motorcycles and previously raced both. He and his wife loved square dancing and established the Corinth Western Squares. Mr. Valdejo was a veteran of the United States Army Air Force during WWII. Funeral services for Mr. Valdejo will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 23, 2012, at McPeters Funeral Directors Chapel with the Rev. Jack Williams officiating. Burial with Valdejo military honors will follow at the Corinth National Cemetery. Visitation will be 5 until 8 p.m. today at McPeters Funeral Directors. Mr. Valdejo is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Josephine “JoJo” Valdejo, whom he was married to for 53 years; two sisters, Edna Letcher and Eleanor Good; and two brothers, Clarence and Lawrence Valdejo. Survivors include two daughters, Erlene Harvell (Jim) of Corinth; Cindy Umfress (Sherrell) of Cario; his grandchildren, Jimmy Harvell (Shana), Shane Harvell (Trystal) and Amber Nelms (Brad); his great-grandchildren, Kyler Rickman, Will and Jakeb Harvell, Caden, Niklas, and, Emilyn Jewel Harvell, Peyton, Drew, and Taylor Reid Nelms; several nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. Memorial contributions can be made to the Corinth-Alcorn County Humane Society.

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Mark Boehler, editor

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Missississippi voter ID law not yet fully funded JACKSON — Is Mississippi hurting its own case as it seeks federal approval for a voter ID law? A bill signed by Republican Gov. Phil Bryant would require every voter to show a driver’s license or other photo identification before casting a ballot. It also promises the state will provide a free photo ID card to any voter who needs one. But, for the fiscal year that begins July 1, legislators set aside no money to make the cards. Will the feds see the lack of Emily up-front cash as a lack of comWagster mitment? Pettus It’s an important question, Capitol Dome because Mississippi officials are relying heavily on the promise of free IDs as they try to persuade federal officials that the ID requirement won’t diminish minorities’ voting power. Because of Mississippi’s history of racial discrimination, it is required by the 1965 Voting Rights Act to get federal approval for any changes in election laws or procedures. Opponents of voter ID compare it to poll taxes that were used for decades to suppress black citizens’ constitutional right to vote. To get past that comparison, supporters say that if ID cards are provided for free, it’s not possible to liken the ID mandate to a poll tax. No out-of-pocket expenses, no problem -so the logic goes. Sen. Derrick Simmons, who’s a member of the Legislative Black Caucus, doesn’t buy that line of thinking. He said a voter ID law could suppress turnout by Mississippi’s most vulnerable citizens, particularly older people, minorities and the disabled. “I think the promise of free ID is, in fact, an empty promise,” Simmons, D-Greenville, told The Associated Press. The eight other states fully covered by Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, and required to get a federal blessing for election changes, are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. In recent months, the U.S. Justice Department has rejected voter ID proposals from Texas and South Carolina. In last November’s election, 62 percent of Mississippi voters approved a voter ID constitutional amendment. House Bill 921, signed by Bryant last week, is designed to put the mandate into law. Both the amendment and the bill need federal approval. Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, a Republican who supports voter ID, said officials don’t yet know how many Mississippi residents might lack photo identification. He said officials also don’t know how much it would cost to make the requisite number of ID cards. Hosemann said the state can obligate the money for state-issued photo ID cards after the law receives federal clearance. “We didn’t ask for that this year because we felt like ... if you get it passed early enough, then we could use a special session or come up with some kind of way to have the funds,” Hosemann said this past week when asked about money to make IDs. He said federal approval would be needed by July if the voter ID law is to be in effect for the Nov. 6 presidential and congressional election. That would give officials time to start making IDs and doing other things to carry out the law. “But if we go past this July time line and we don’t realistically get our stuff back -- realistically, the Legislature will be here in January, we’ll be back over here trying to outline the money we need to implement it,” Hosemann said. While legislators weren’t asked to earmark money to make ID cards this year, they did approve one specific spending request from Hosemann. The secretary of state’s budget, Senate Bill 3007, includes $495,000 to pay lawyers in case there’s litigation over voter ID.

Prayer for today Dear God of this day, help us to take our focus off the future and place it in the present, that we may more fully live for you each day. Amen.

A verse to share As Jesus was coming up out of the water, he saw heaven being torn open and the Spirit descending on him like a dove. — Mark 1:10 (NIV)

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Racial revolution needed to stop America’s downfall Now that census data show -- for the first time in American history -- the number of white babies born exceeded by the number of babies born to nonwhite minorities the question is: What does this mean for the future of American society? Politically, it means minorities who traditionally vote overwhelmingly for Democrats can ensure that the country veers ever further to the left over the years, making America more like the welfare states of Europe, whose unsustainable spending led ultimately to financial crises and widespread riots. But this is not strictly a matter of whites versus non-whites. Jews vote consistently, and almost as overwhelmingly, for Democrats as blacks do. Moreover, Asian Americans are by no means as likely as other non-whites to vote for the class warfare, tax and spend agenda of the Democrats. Yet when all is said and done, the future political direction of the country seems painfully clear from these demographic trends, unless something happens to change the current correlation between race and political party affiliation. Moreover, even that may not be enough.

Even if Republicans can siphon off enough votes from groups that normally vote for Thomas Democrats to Sowell keep the twoparty system Hoover Institution alive, the preservation of the Republican Party is a trivial issue compared to the preservation of American society. If Republican politicians save themselves by becoming Democrats under a different label -- and appeal to minorities as minorities, rather than as Americans -- the same policies and attitudes will have the same destructive effect on the American economy and society. Refusing to cut back on entitlement spending, for example, means the current generation can continue to enjoy government-subsidized amenities, at the expense of future generations, who can be left to struggle to get necessities, after the money runs out and government’s promises can no longer be kept. The growth of ever bigger and even more intrusive government means the freedom, for which generations of Americans have fought and died on battle-

fields, around the world can be slowly but steadily lost within our own country. Painful as such outcomes can be the dangers do not end there. A continuation of the current political tendency to take away the money required for national defense, and spend it instead on handouts that will win votes, means that our enemies around the world will have golden opportunities at our expense. Again, the dangers may not be immediate. But they can be catastrophic when they catch up with us -- and catch us unprepared. We recovered from Pearl Harbor at enormous cost, including the needless deaths of American soldiers, fighting for their lives with obsolete military equipment against enemies with state of the art weapons. But even such sacrifices, which brought us time to catch up during the Second World War, may not even be enough in a nuclear age. What can be done now, to head off the many dangers in our current political policies and attitudes? There is not much we can do about demographic trends. But the changing composition of the American population is not, in itself, the fundamental danger. After all, vast millions of immigrants crossed the Atlantic for gen-

erations on end, and began the process of becoming Americans. Millions of black people likewise began that process after being set free. Demography is not destiny. But the history of Balkanized and polarized societies in the 20th century is a history of horrors that we dare not ignore. We are not at that terrible point yet. But that is the direction in which we are headed, under the spell of magic words like “multiculturalism” and “diversity,” which have become substitutes for thoughts, even among those who pride themselves on being “thinking people.” Our whole educational system, from the elementary schools to the universities, is permeated with ideologies of group grievances and resentments, painting each group into the corner of its own separate subculture, instead of drawing them into the mainstream of the American culture that made this the greatest nation on earth. Unless this fashionable Balkanization is stopped, demography can become destiny — and a tragedy for all. (Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. His website is www.tsowell.com.)

The president’s ‘other gospel’ for biblical illiterates It is one thing to talk about “fairness” when it comes to allowing gays and lesbians to marry; it is quite another to claim biblical authority for such relationships. President Obama cited the “Golden Rule” about treating others as you would like to be treated, but in doing so he ignored the totality of Scripture and the Lord Himself, who alone gets to set the rules for human behavior. The president says he is a “practicing Christian.” It is difficult to be one while simultaneously holding a low view of the Bible, which his position on several social issues might suggest. The same Book that informs him about the Person he told Pastor Rick Warren in 2008 is his “Savior,” also speaks to the beginning of human life (he has done nothing to limit abortions), fornication between adults of the opposite sex (no word yet on his position on that subject), marriage, and adultery, which the Seventh Commandment and New Testament passages condemn. I recently wrote that it is becoming increasingly difficult for people who believe

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the Bible is God’s Word to impose their beliefs on those who disagree with them. But it Cal is something Thomas a l t o g e t h e r different for Columnist those who disagree to claim the Bible doesn’t say what it says, in effect calling God a liar. President Obama apparently hopes there are sufficient numbers of biblical illiterates — and he could be right about this — that either won’t notice his sleight of hand, or don’t care. Thousands of years of human history have sustained marriage between one man and one woman. Even human biology testifies to a natural order. Genesis 2:24 says “...a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife. The two shall become one flesh.” Jesus, Whom President Obama likes to selectively quote when it suits his earthly political agenda, honored traditional marriage at a wedding feast in Cana (John 2:1). He also reaffirmed the Genesis passage in Mat-

thew 19:5. Paul, the Apostle of Jesus, wrote in Ephesians 5 about husbands and wives, male and female. Scripture teaches that the marriage union between a man and woman is an illustration of how Christ and the church are one (Ephesians 5:32). It also teaches that since God made us, conceived of marriage and created sex to be enjoyed within the marital bond, He gets to set the rules and establish the boundaries for human behavior, not because He is a curmudgeon who wants to deny us pleasure, but because He knows what is best for us. Liberal theologians have tried to modify, or even change, what is contained in the Bible and there are those in our time who are following their example with the issue of same-sex marriage. People are free to accept or reject what Scripture says. What they are not free to do is to claim it says something it does not. In modern times that’s called “spin.” In an earlier time it was called heresy. The Apostle John warns in Revelation 22:18-19 about the punishment awaiting anyone who adds

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to, or subtracts from Scripture. Deuteronomy 4:1-2 has a similar warning. The consequences aren’t pretty. There are also warnings not to preach “another Gospel” (Galatians 1:8, 2 Corinthians 11:4, among others). As he seeks to justify his position on same-sex marriage and other issues that are either questionable at best, or deny Scripture at worst, President Obama might be said to be preaching another gospel. This could possibly lead to a fissure in his solid support among African Americans, costing the president votes in November. It will also likely galvanize the culture warriors. Minorities mostly vote for Democrats, but they don’t like their faith denied. That could cause some of them to stay home on Election Day, or even vote for Mitt Romney. The negative reaction the president received from some of the African-American ministers he called last week after declaring his support for same-sex marriage should serve as a prophetic warning. (Readers may e-mail Cal Thomas at tmseditors@tribune.com.)

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Bond set in highway shooting case TUNICA — Bond was set at $1.25 million Monday for a north Mississippi man charged in a highway shooting case and another alleged attack. Authorities say 28-year-old James Willie remained in the Tunica County Jail after a Justice Court judge set bond during his initial court appearance. A sheriff’s department employee says Willie’s bond was set at $1 million on a murder charge and $250,000 on other charges he faces, including rape and kidnapping. On May 11, a casino worker was found dead in her car on Mississippi Highway 713 after she had worked a late shift. Willie is charged in the alleged abduction and rape of a different woman. He was also expected to be charged in Panola County in the May 8 slaying of a Nebraska motorist on Interstate 55.  

Sheriff: Gang started riot JACKSON — A gang fight in a prison for illegal immigrants quickly escalated into a riot involving as many as 300 inmates, some lashing out with sticks or homemade knives as the uprising spread through the sprawling prison, a sheriff said. A guard was beaten to death and at least 20 other people were injured. The riot began Sunday afternoon and lasted into the night, with inmates dragging mattresses and wood to an outdoor recreation yard to set ablaze,

Adams County Sheriff Chuck Mayfield said. While law enforcement agencies from several counties waited outside the Adams County Correctional Facility in Natchez, authorities inside responded with tear gas and tactical units. They slowly corralled the inmates into a yard and searched them. By 2:45 a.m. Monday, all prisoners were back in their cells and the prison was locked down. Mayfield said it’s not clear if the violence began within a gang or it was a dispute between rival groups, but “once it got started, it spread like wildfire.” “They had makeshift weapons, broom handles, mop handles, anything they could pull apart, trashcan lids for shields, anything they could grab,” Mayfield said. The prison holds nearly 2,500 low-security inmates, with most serving time for coming back to the United States after being deported, said Emilee Beach, a prison spokeswoman. The facility is owned by Nashville, Tenn.-based Corrections Corporation of America, one of the nation’s largest private prison companies. Catlin Carithers, who joined CCA in 2009 and was a senior correctional officer, was beaten during the mayhem, Mayfield said.  

Saggy pants proposal will get hearing JACKSON — A public hearing will be held on a proposal by Hinds County Supervisor Kenneth Stokes to outlaw wearing of saggy pants.

The Clarion-Ledger reports no date has been set, but the Board of Supervisors has approved advertising a notice of a public hearing. “Legal advised us we need to have a public hearing,” Stokes said Monday at the board’s meeting. Stokes proposed a similar law when he was a member of the Jackson City Council. The measure failed in a 4-2 vote in January 2009. Some members of the council expressed concern at the time that such a measure might be unconstitutional. But Stokes said Monday that he believes such an ordinance would meet constitutional tests if saggy pants were included in the legal definitions of indecent exposure.  

Catholic groups sue over birth control rule JACKSON — Ten Catholic groups in Mississippi are suing the Obama administration over a mandate that most employers provide birth control coverage as part of

health insurance plans. Roman Catholic groups across the nation filed 12 lawsuits Monday. One of those was filed in federal court in the southern half of Mississippi. The Mississippi lawsuit says the government should not interfere with people’s freedom to practice religion. It also says abortion, sterilization and contraception are “contrary to core Catholic doctrine.” The Mississippi lawsuit has 10 plaintiffs, including St. Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital, the Diocese of Biloxi and groups and schools it oversees and the Diocese of Jackson and groups and schools it oversees. The U.S. Health and Human Services Department says it adopted the rule to improve women’s health care.  

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with his family. Lee was 74. He served in the Mississippi House from 1988 to 1992, then in the state Senate from 1992 until January 2012. Lee served most of his career as a Democrat, and switched to the Republican Party in February 2011. At a news conference announcing his move, Lee said the change of labels would not change his beliefs. “I have always tried to vote that conservative vote,” Lee said. He was defeated in a Republican primary in August 2011 as he sought re-election in District 47, in parts of Pearl River, Stone, Harrison and Jackson counties. Barbara Wellborn, a legislative assistant for the Senate, said she spoke with one of Lee’s daughters who said Lee died Monday morning. Funeral arrangements were pending.

Lee was a teacher and coach before serving in the Legislature. As a Democrat, he ran unsuccessfully for mayor of Picayune in 2009. At a rally in January 2007, Lee called for support of public schools and full funding of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, a complex formula designed to ensure that schools receive enough money to meet midlevel academic standards. MAEP was put into law in 1997 but has rarely been fully funded. “Ladies and gentlemen, we’re going to fund MAEP this year. And I hate to say this and it is embarrassing to say it, but it’s simply because it is an election year,” Lee said at the rally. Former Sen. Doug Davis, a Republican from Hernando, said Monday on Twitter: “He was known for his good humor, fiery speeches and his love for our State.”

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Tons of pot found floating off coast DANA POINT, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say three and a half tons of marijuana have been found floating in the ocean off Southern California. A boater spotted 160 bales of pot around noon

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Head of nuclear safety agency will step down   WASHINGTON (AP) — The embattled chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission resigned Monday after a tumultuous three-year tenure in which he pushed for sweeping safety reforms but came under fire for an unyielding management style that fellow commissioners and agency employees described as bullying. Gregory Jaczko stepped down ahead of a potentially blistering report due out soon from the agency’s inspector general, which has been investigating his actions for more than a year. Jaczko, 41, led a strong response to the nuclear disaster in Japan and was a favorite of industry watchdogs, who called his emphasis on safety a refreshing change from previous agency chiefs who were close to the nuclear industry or who came from it. But scientists, fellow commissioners and many rank-and-file staffers said Jaczko had created a chilled working environment at the NRC, which oversees safety at the nation’s 104 commercial nuclear reactors. In an extraordinary public rebuke, four fellow commissioners sat next to Jaczko last December and told Congress he was an intimidating bully whose actions could compromise the nation’s nuclear safety. The four commissioners said women at the agency felt especially threatened. The commissioners — two Democrats and two Republicans — sent a letter to the White House last fall expressing “grave concern” about Jaczko’ s actions, which they said were “causing serious damage” to the commission. No disciplinary action was taken against Jaczko, who strongly denied the allegations. An inspector general’s report released last summer said Jaczko had intimidated staff members who disagreed with him and withheld information from members of the commission to manipulate their decisions on critical votes.

Final advice: Panel against routine test WASHINGTON (AP) — Healthy men shouldn’t get routine prostate cancer screenings, says updated advice from a government panel that found the PSA blood tests do more harm than good. Despite strenuous protests from urologists, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is sticking by a contentious proposal it made last fall. A final guideline published Monday says there’s little if any evidence that PSA testing saves lives — while too many men suffer impotence, incontinence, heart attacks, occasionally even death from treatment of tiny tumors that never would have killed them. The guideline isn’t a mandate. The task force stresses that men who want a PSA test still can get one, but only after the doctor explains the uncertainties. That’s in part because the panel found PSA testing hasn’t been studied adequately in black men and those with prostate cancer in the family, who are at highest risk of the disease. The Obama administration said Monday that Medicare will continue to pay for PSA screenings, a simple blood test. Other insurers tend to follow Medicare’s lead. “This is important information for the public and men to have, and they should talk with their doctors about the risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening and

make the decision that’s best for them,” said Mark Weber, a spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services.  

High court will take up wiretaps lawsuit WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says it will consider shutting down a legal challenge to a law that lets the United States eavesdrop on overseas communications. A federal appeals court ruled last year that a lawsuit filed by lawyers, journalists and human rights groups objecting to the latest version of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act could proceed. But the Obama administration appealed, and the justices said Monday they will take up the case in the fall. The lawsuit was brought by those in jobs that require them to speak with people overseas who are possible targets of the surveillance. No court has ruled on the merits of the lawsuit. The current legal fight is over whether the law’s challengers are entitled to make their case in federal court. The administration says the lawsuit should be dismissed because the plaintiffs only have a fear of having their communications intercepted — as opposed to citing specific instances — which the administration says is insufficient for asking federal judges to intervene. The law’s challengers, however, argue that they already have taken costly and burdensome steps to protect the confidentiality of their overseas communications, based on a reasonable belief that the government could be monitoring their calls. A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York agreed that the suit could go forward. The full 2nd Circuit divided 6-6 over whether to take another look at the case. The tie vote left in place the panel’s ruling and led to the administration’s high court appeal.  

Obama snubs Pakistan head over supply routes CHICAGO (AP) — In an unmistakable snub, President Barack Obama left Pakistan off a list of nations he thanked Monday for help getting war supplies into Afghanistan. The prolonged slump in U.S. relations with Pakistan clouded a NATO summit where nations were eyeing the exits in the decade-long war and raised questions not only about cooperating to eliminate al-Qaida sanctuaries but other important issues like the security of Pakistan’s growing nuclear arsenal. Pakistan is not a NATO member but was invited to the summit Sunday and Monday because of its influence in next-door Afghanistan and its role until last year as the major supply route to landlocked NATO forces there. Pakistan closed those routes after a U.S. attack on the Pakistani side of the border killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last November. The last-minute invitation from NATO to join the Chicago talks was a sign of hope that the rift had healed. But it hasn’t. And Obama’s rebuff to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari made that clear on Monday. Zardari came to Obama’s home town expecting a separate meeting with the U.S. leader like the one accorded to Afghan President Hamid Karzai. But without a final deal to reopen the supply lines, no such meeting was to occur. Already

miffed, Zardari had to sit by as Obama opened Monday’s session with public thanks to the nations north of Afghanistan who allowed expanded supply shipments across their territory to compensate for the closed Pakistani border gates. “I want to welcome the presence of President Karzai, as well as officials from central Asia and Russia — nations that have an important perspective and that continue to provide critical transit for ISAF supplies,” Obama said, referring to the International Security Assistance Force that is fighting the war. The border crossing dispute is stuck over how much the U.S. will pay Pakistan to allow trucks to transit its territory. Before the airstrike, the U.S. paid about $250 per truck. Now, two U.S. officials said, Pakistan wants $5,000 a truck and an apology for the deaths in the airstrike.

Jury at Edwards trial ends day of deliberation GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — The jury deciding the fate of John Edwards in North Carolina has finished a second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict. The former presidential candidate faces 30 years in prison after pleading not guilty to six campaign finance corruption charges. The jury began considering its decision Friday, after nearly four weeks of testimony. On Monday, the jurors asked to see eight evidence exhibits but did not reach a verdict. Prosecutors have accused the Democrat of masterminding a scheme to use nearly $1 million in secret payments from two donors to help hide his pregnant mistress as he sought the White House in 2008.

Ex-Rutgers student gets 30 days in case NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — A former Rutgers University student who used a webcam to spy on his gay roommate was sentenced Monday to just 30 days in jail — a punishment that disappointed some activists but came as a relief to others who feared he would be made a scapegoat for his fellow freshman’s suicide. Dharun Ravi, 20, could have gotten 10 years behind bars for his part in a case that burst onto front pages when Tyler Clementi threw himself to his death off the George Washington Bridge. Instead, Superior Court Judge Glenn Berman gave Ravi a month in jail, placed him on three years’ probation and ordered him to get counseling and pay $10,000 toward a program to help victims of hate crimes. “Our society has every right to expect zero tolerance for intolerance,” the judge said. Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan said he will appeal the sentence, calling it insufficient. The tear-filled sentencing touched on many of the issues that made the case heart-wrenching and legally complicated: anti-gay bullying, teen suicide, hate-crime laws in the fast-changing Internet age, and the uses and abuses of technology in the hands of young people. Ravi did not speak in court but shed tears as his mother pleaded with the judge not to send him to prison. Afterward, Ravi, his family and his lawyers left court without comment. He is expected to appeal his conviction. In handing down the sentence, the judge quoted an email from Clementi himself describing Ravi’s conduct as “wildly inappropriate.”


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Dividend danger ahead? Most investors will pay higher taxes on dividend income next year unless Congress takes action. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because dividends will be taxed as regular income. The top dividend tax rate will jump to 43.4 percent, from 15 percent. The highest earners will pay 39.6 percent, plus a 3.8 percent â&#x20AC;&#x153;Medicare contributionâ&#x20AC;? tax, approved as part of President Obamaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health care overhaul. The health care tax will not apply unless your adjusted gross income exceeds $200,000 for single taxpayers, or $250,000 for couples. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s concern that a tax hike could hurt stock prices. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because the reduced dividend income could make dividend-paying stocks less attractive. But that argument may fall flat for several reasons: Past tax hikes didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hurt stocks much. Dividendpaying stocks performed well following the two most substantial tax hikes in the last decade, according to

Goldman Sachs. In 1993 the top dividend tax rate rose to 39.6 percent, from 31 percent. In the six months before and after the tax rate change, the performance of dividend-paying stocks trailed the broader market by just 2 percentage points. Past tax decreases didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t boost stocks. When the top dividend tax rate was cut to its current 15 percent from 38.6 percent in 2003, dividend-paying stocks didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t climb in response. Researchers from the Federal Reserve and Barclays Global Investors say the reason may be that many investors hold dividend stocks in tax-deferred accounts, so the change didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t affect them immediately. Dividend yields will still be attractive. Investors paying the highest dividend taxes would find the S&P 500â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s after-tax yield fell to 1.2 percent, from 1.7 percent. That would still top the 0.8 percent after-tax yield on a five-year certificate of deposit, or the 1.1 percent after-tax yield on a 10-year Treasury.

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Pfizer

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3,688,939,095

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1,947 Total issues 572 New Highs 104 New Lows Volume

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2,623 16 114

1,803,460,579

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Williams-Sonoma earnings Strong sales from Pottery Barn and West Elm brands helped Williams-Sonoma close out ďŹ scal 2011 on a strong note. The home goods seller saw earnings grow 18 percent and revenue climb 6 percent for the year. U.S. retail spending posted strong gains in February and March, and a slight bump in April. That bodes well for retailers like Williams-Sonoma. The company reports results for the February-to-April quarter today.

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8 • Daily Corinthian

3A Championship

Game 3 moved to Wednesday BY H. LEE SMITH II lsmith@dailycorinthian.com

JACKSON -- Weather prevailed in Game Three. Monday’s winner-take-all baseball contest between Kossuth (25-7) and Southeast Lauderdale (31-7) was postponed until Wednesday. Mississippi High School Activities Association officials decided around 11 a.m. to push back Game Three of the Class 3A championship series due to the threat of inclement weather. The threat proved real as -- according to various reports -- rain began to fall in Jackson about five minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch. The start time for the deciding game will remain at 4 p.m. The 4A contest will follow at 7 p.m. Moving the game to Tuesday wasn’t an option due to graduation ceremonies at Kossuth High School. In addition, Game Threes in Classes 1A and 5A were already on today’s docket. Southeast Lauderdale took a 7-1 win in Game One on Thursday. Kossuth hung a nine-spot in the fourth en route to a 9-3 decision in Game Two on Saturday. The Aggies are seeking their first state championship on the diamond. The Tigers are out for their first championship since 1966. Bruce (2A) and Oak Grove (6A) swept their way to their respective titles last week.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

LSU headlines expanded SEC tourney The Associated Press

It didn’t take long for LSU to jump back on top of the Southeastern Conference. The Tigers are the No. 1 seed in this week’s SEC tournament — just one year after missing the field entirely — and hope to win an expanded version of the event, which begins on Tuesday at Regions Park in Hoover, Ala. Though LSU (42-14 overall, 19-11 SEC) will almost certainly earn one of the top eight national seeds in the NCAA tournament field no matter its

performance this week, coach Paul Mainieri said his team’s return to the SEC postseason after a disappointing 2011 is reason to celebrate. “Going to Hoover is not anything you ever take for granted,” Mainieri said. The SEC tournament field has expanded to 10 teams from the usual eight, a move made in advance of the league’s expansion to 14 teams next season. But the coaches hope there’s another added benefit — more teams making the NCAA tournament.

The SEC has won three straight national titles and is regarded as one of the best overall leagues in college baseball. But that depth has sometimes been a detriment for teams on the NCAA bubble because programs that didn’t finish in the top eight didn’t make it to Hoover. Though teams that have missed the SEC tournament have occasionally made the NCAA tournament in the past, it’s been rare. LSU and Mississippi were left out of the NCAA tourna-

ment field last season after missing the SEC tournament, despite having RPI numbers that would normally garner NCAA consideration. “Having 10 teams is definitely the way to go,” Mississippi State coach John Cohen said. “If you look at the nine and 10 seeds, they can get on a roll and into the NCAA tournament. It’s about giving opportunities to go deep into the postseason and certainly we have more teams capable Please see SEC | 9

Today 4 p.m. — Class 1A: Greenville St. Joseph vs. Nanih Waiya 7 p.m. — Class 5A: Hernando vs. Pascagoula

Wednesday 4 p.m. — Class 3A: Kossuth vs. Southeast Lauderdale 7 p.m. — Class 4A: Lewisburg vs. Purvis

Shorts Aggie Football Camp The Kossuth Aggies Football Camp -- for students grades K-5 -- will be held June 4-6 at the KHS football facility. Camp will run from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each day. Cost, which includes a t-shirt and lunch on final day, is $60 with checks made playable to Kossuth High School. Registration can be brought to the school between 8 a.m.-3 p.m.. For more info, contact Michael Hathorn (4154990) or Brian Kelly (664-0719).  

Area Baseball Camp The Corinth Area Baseball Camp -for ages 6-14 -- is set or May 29-June 1 at Crossroads Regional Park. Cost, which includes noon meal each day and camp t-shirt, is $80 for entire session. Accident insurance is included. Discount will be given for multiple family members. A $35 deposit is required with balance due on first day. Camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Make checks payable to Diamond S/ Baseball Camp and mail to Diamond S, 3159 Kendrick Rd., Corinth, MS, 38834. Applications available at Crossroads Regional Park. For more information, call John Smillie at 8080013.  

Area Softball Camp The first Corinth Area Girls Softball Camp -- for ages 6-12 -- will be held June 4-6 at Crossroads Regional Park. Cost, which includes camp t-shirt, is $55 for entire session. Accident insurance is included. Discount will be given for multiple family members. A $35 deposit is required with balance due on first day. Camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Make checks payable to Diamond S/Softball Camp and mail to Diamond S, 3159 Kendrick Rd., Corinth, MS, 38834. Applications available at Crossroads Regional Park. For more information, call John Smillie at 808-0013.  

Biggersville Summer League Registration for the Biggersville Baseball/Softball League will continue through June 1. Leagues include 3-5 T-ball (coed), 6-7 Coach Pitch (boys), 6-7 Coach Pitch (girls), 8-10 Machine Pitch (boys) and 8-10 Girls Softball. Cost, which includes jersey and cap, is $25 with checks payable to Biggersville Booster Club. Play, which includes 10 games per league, begins on June 16 and concludes July 12. For more info contact Eric Lancaster (808-7717) or BHS (2863542).

Photo Courtesy Amanda Burns

Wayne Mills Memorial Chase Williams (left) and Mark Mills line up a shot during the 8th Annual Wayne Mills Memorial Golf Tournament held Saturday and Sunday at Hillandale Country Club. Williams and Mills -- the son of the late HCC golf pro -- teamed up to win the two-man scramble. See Wednesday’s edition for more results from the two-day affair.

Manning looks good in first OTA workout The Associated Press

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — His passes were hitting receivers in stride and right between the numbers, not skipping off the ground or whizzing behind their heads like so many of Tim Tebow’s. The Denver Broncos got their first real taste of Peyton Manning on Monday with a spirited, fast-paced workout, the four-time MVP’s first full practice in more than 16 months. “It felt good to be out there. It’s been a while for me,” Manning said. “It’s been about a year and a-half since I’ve been in uniform, been in an organized practice. So, it felt good to be out there. And it will be a good film to study.” Monday also was the first chance for the media to get a

look at the progress Manning has made since a series of neck operations sidelined him all of last season and led to his release from the Indianapolis Colts. And Manning looked great, showing zip and accuracy on his passes, comfort under center, complete command of his offense and no ill effects from the nerve injury that caused weakness in his throwing arm. “Man, it feels good to know he’s going to be on my side because what I saw today, he’s going to give us some good work,” star cornerback Champ Bailey said. “And we might not see a quarterback like that all year.” Manning became the most prized free agent in NFL history following his release from the Colts after 14 seasons.

His signing in Denver led to Tebow’s trade to the New York Jets, despite a thrilling run to the playoffs guided by the younger QB. The Broncos and a handful of other suitors watched Manning throw during his whirlwind free agency tour in March, but before Monday, reporters had to rely on his receivers for updates on his progress. Manning had refused to talk about it. “Well, you guys got to see him today,” tight end Jacob Tamme said. And he looked like the Manning of old. His throws, most of which were intermediate, were strong and on target. His only deep pass was true, too, hitting Matthew Willis in stride before being broken up by cornerback Tracy Porter at the goal line.

Watching his pinpoint passes zip around Dove Valley, one never would have guessed he’d been forced to take a sabbatical and go under the scalpel multiple times since his last game, a wild-card playoff loss to the Jets in January of 2011. “Oh, no. Absolutely not,” Bailey said. “You know, it’s not live, but from what I see right now, the guy hasn’t missed a beat.” Coach John Fox said Manning’s “getting better every day.” And so are the Broncos, on account of Manning’s presence. “He definitely raises all boats, that’s for sure, and that’s not just with the young players, Please see MANNING | 9

Magic fire Coach Van Gundy; GM also exits The Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. — For months the Orlando Magic have been trudging through the aftermath of a preseason trade request by Dwight Howard that sapped the life out of the franchise as internal team issues quickly affected the product on the floor. Now after easily one of the most tumultuous seasons in their history, they made the first in what promises to be a huge offseason shake-up The Magic fired coach Stan Van Gundy on Monday and agreed to part ways with general manager Otis Smith, severing ties with two of the architects of one of the most successful runs in franchise history. Smith and Van Gundy’s relationship with Howard was

the centerpiece of drama the team faced all season and following their second straight first-round playoff exit, CEO Alex Martins said the shift was warranted. “It’s time for a new leadership and a new approach,” Martins said at a news conference to discuss the moves. “We simply came to the decision that we were not on the right track,” Martins wouldn’t go into many specifics about what he is looking for in replacements, saying only that he and ownership want to fill the general manager post by June’s NBA draft. He said he would sit down with ownership on Tuesday to begin ironing out the details of both searches. Phone and text messages

left with Van Gundy and Smith by The Associated Press were not immediately returned. Orlando went 37-29 in the regular season but was eliminated in five games by Indiana after a rash of late-season injuries that included back surgery for Howard. Orlando went 5-12 without him. Martins said those consecutive first-round playoff exits were “simply not good enough.” In early April, Van Gundy claimed top-ranking team officials had told him that Howard had asked management to fire Van Gundy as a condition of the center signing a long-term contract beyond 2013. Howard denied it. Martins addressed that dispute directly, saying “At

no time during that time did Dwight ask me to have Stan fired.” With a relationship with Smith dating back to the Magic’s inaugural season when Smith was a player and a five-year relationship with Van Gundy, Martins also called Monday “the most difficult day of my career.” Both Smith and Van Gundy are under contract through next season and both of their contracts will be honored. The current assistant coaching staff has also been offered the opportunity to stay on for now. Van Gundy coached the Magic for five seasons. He finished with a 259-135 rePlease see COACH | 9


Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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than any other league in America ... Long term, it makes so much sense for every program in this league.” If there is a downside to the new format, it’s that an already grueling tournament becomes a day longer. The top two seeds get a first-round bye and could possibly win the tournament in four games, but every other team will need to win five games to take home the title. The earlier start has also juggled pitching rotations, as some teams have opted to use their ace on a day’s less rest, while others will go with lesser pitchers who are fresh. But you won’t hear the league’s coaches complaining. Praise for the new format has been overwhelming. “We’re all out of school,” Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said. “We’d rather be playing baseball than sitting around.” LSU didn’t need an expanded tournament to make the field this year. The Tigers have one of the league’s best pitchers in right-hander Kevin Gausman, who has a 9-1 record, 2.86 ERA and 118 strikeouts. They also have Raph Rhymes, who leads the SEC with a .469 batting average after flirting with .500 through much of the regular season. The Tigers won the SEC’s regular-season championship by taking two of three games from South Carolina last weekend. The Gamecocks (39-15, 18-11) — who have won two straight national championships — are the tournament’s No. 2 seed. LSU and South Carolina will rest on Tuesday while four games will be played: No. 3 Florida faces No. 10 Auburn, No. 4 Kentucky plays No. 9 Ole Miss, No. 5 Vanderbilt faces No. 8 Georgia and No. 6 Arkansas plays No. 7 Mississippi State. LSU, South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky all hope a strong showing at Hoover will be enough to garner one of eight national seeds in the NCAA tournament. Those teams will host all of their postseason games until the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. The rest of the field is still trying to solidify a place in the NCAA tournament field. The Commodores might have the most intriguing resume in the league after recovering from a dreadful start to win 10 of 12 games down the stretch.

East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 26 17 .605 — Washington 25 17 .595 ½ Miami 23 19 .548 2½ New York 22 20 .524 3½ Philadelphia 21 22 .488 5 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 23 19 .548 — Cincinnati 22 19 .537 ½ Pittsburgh 20 22 .476 3 Houston 19 23 .452 4 Milwaukee 17 24 .415 5½ Chicago 15 27 .357 8 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 28 13 .683 — San Francisco 21 20 .512 7 Arizona 19 23 .452 9½ San Diego 16 27 .372 13 Colorado 15 26 .366 13 ___ Monday’s Games Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Mets 4 Washington 2, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 4, Atlanta 1 Miami 7, Colorado 4 Houston 8, Chicago Cubs 4 St. Louis 4, San Diego 3 San Francisco at Milwaukee (n) L.A. Dodgers at Arizona (n) Tuesday’s Games N.Y. Mets (Dickey 5-1) at Pittsburgh (Ja.McDonald 3-2), 6:05 p.m. Washington (Zimmermann 2-4) at Philadelphia (Halladay 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Atlanta (Beachy 5-1) at Cincinnati (Latos 2-2), 6:10 p.m. Colorado (Nicasio 2-1) at Miami (Nolasco 4-2), 6:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (T.Wood 0-0) at Houston (Happ 3-3), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (M.Cain 3-2) at Milwaukee (Marcum 2-2), 7:10 p.m. San Diego (Volquez 2-3) at St. Louis (Wainwright 2-5), 7:15 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Harang 3-2) at Arizona (Cahill 2-4), 8:40 p.m. Wednesday’s Games N.Y. Mets at Pittsburgh, 11:35 a.m. San Francisco at Milwaukee, 12:10 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m. Atlanta at Cincinnati, 6:10 p.m. Colorado at Miami, 6:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Houston, 7:05 p.m. San Diego at St. Louis, 7:15 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, 8:40 p.m.

Linescores Washington 010 100 000 — 2 5 0 Philadelphia 000 000 001 — 1 6 0 G.Gonzalez, Stammen (7), H.Rodriguez (9), S.Burnett (9) and Flores; K.Kendrick, Valdes (8) and Ruiz. W_G.Gonzalez 6-1. L_K.Kendrick 0-4. Sv_S.Burnett (2). HRs_Washington, Desmond (7). New York 040 000 000 — 4 8 3 Pittsburgh 000 200 21x — 5 8 0 J.Santana, Parnell (7), Byrdak (7), Rauch (8) and Nickeas; Bedard, Resop (6), Watson (7), J.Hughes (8), Hanrahan (9) and McKenry. W_J. Hughes 1-0. L_Rauch 3-3. Sv_Hanrahan (10). HRs_Pittsburgh, McKenry (3). Atlanta 010 000 000 — 1 2 1 Cincinnati 100 300 00x — 4 7 1 Minor, L.Hernandez (7), Medlen (8) and McCann; Leake, Arredondo (9), Marshall (9) and Mesoraco. W_Leake 1-5. L_Minor 2-4. Sv_Marshall (8). HRs_Atlanta, J.Francisco (4). Cincinnati, Stubbs 2 (5), Leake (1), Cozart (4). Colorado 400 000 000 — 4 5 2 Miami 001 500 10x — 7 13 1 Moyer, Roenicke (4), Ottavino (5), Belisle (6), Mat.Reynolds (8) and Ra.Hernandez; Buehrle, Choate (8), H.Bell (9) and J.Buck. W_Buehrle 4-4. L_Moyer 2-4. Sv_H.Bell (6). HRs_Colorado, Tulowitzki (5). Miami, Stanton (9). Chicago 000 000 004 — 4 11 1 Houston 034 000 10x — 8 8 0 Garza, R.Wells (4) and K.Hill; Norris, Del Rosario (8), Abad (9), W.Lopez (9) and J.Castro. W_Norris 5-1. L_Garza 2-2. HRs_Houston, J.Castro (1), C.Johnson (5), Lowrie (7). San Diego 010 000 020 — 3 8 1 St. Louis 000 000 22x — 4 9 0 Richard, Cashner (8) and Hundley; J.Garcia, Boggs (8), Rzepczynski (8), Motte (8) and Y.Molina. W_Motte 3-1. L_Cashner 2-3. HRs_ St. Louis, Greene (4).

East Division W L Pct GB Baltimore 27 16 .628 — Tampa Bay 25 18 .581 2 Toronto 24 19 .558 3 Boston 21 21 .500 5½ New York 21 21 .500 5½ Central Division W L Pct GB Cleveland 23 18 .561 — Chicago 21 21 .500 2½ Detroit 20 21 .488 3 Kansas City 17 24 .415 6 Minnesota 14 27 .341 9 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 26 16 .619 — Oakland 21 21 .500 5 Seattle 19 24 .442 7½ Los Angeles 18 24 .429 8 ___ Monday’s Games Boston 8, Baltimore 6 Kansas City 6, N.Y. Yankees 0 Toronto 6, Tampa Bay 2 L.A. Angels at Oakland (n) Texas at Seattle (n) Tuesday’s Games Boston (Doubront 4-1) at Baltimore (Matusz 3-4), 6:05 p.m. Detroit (Porcello 3-3) at Cleveland (Jimenez 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Kansas City (Hochevar 3-4) at N.Y. Yankees (P.Hughes 3-5), 6:05 p.m. Toronto (Hutchison 3-1) at Tampa Bay (M.Moore 1-4), 6:10 p.m. Minnesota (Walters 1-1) at Chicago White Sox (Floyd 3-4), 7:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 4-4) at Oakland (Godfrey 0-3), 9:05 p.m. Texas (M.Harrison 4-3) at Seattle (Noesi 2-4), 9:10 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Boston at Baltimore, 11:35 a.m. Toronto at Tampa Bay, 12:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at Oakland, 2:35 p.m. Texas at Seattle, 2:40 p.m. Detroit at Cleveland, 6:05 p.m. Kansas City at N.Y. Yankees, 6:05 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m.

Linescores Kansas City 201 000 210 — 6 12 0 New York 000 000 000 — 0 7 0 F.Paulino, Collins (7), Crow (9) and Quintero; Kuroda, Eppley (6), Rapada (6), F.Garcia (7) and Martin. W_F.Paulino 2-1. L_Kuroda 3-6. HRs_ Kansas City, Moustakas (7), Francoeur (2). Boston 002 003 210 — 8 14 0 Baltimore 004 100 010 — 6 9 0 Buchholz, A.Miller (6), R.Hill (8), Padilla (8), Aceves (9) and Saltalamacchia; Tom.Hunter, Gregg (7), Patton (8) and Wieters. W_A.Miller 1-0. L_Gregg 2-2. Sv_Aceves (10). HRs_Boston, Ortiz (10). Baltimore, C.Davis (6). Toronto 011 001 030 — 6 8 1 Tampa Bay 101 000 000 — 2 5 3 Drabek, Frasor (7), Cordero (8), Janssen (9) and Mathis; Hellickson, Badenhop (8), C.Ramos (9) and J.Molina. W_Drabek 4-4. L_Hellickson 4-1. HRs_Toronto, Y.Escobar (2). Tampa Bay, B.Upton (3).

Pro Basketball NBA playoffs (x-if necessary) CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Tuesday Indiana at Miami (n) (Series tied 2-2) Wednesday Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. (Boston leads series 3-2) x-Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. (Oklahoma City leads series 3-1) Thursday Miami at Indiana, 7 p.m. Saturday x-Philadelphia at Boston, TBD x-Indiana at Miami, TBD Sunday x-L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, TBD CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE If the Miami-Indiana series and the Boston-Philadelphia series concludes in 6 games Saturday Boston at Miami-Indiana winner, 8 p.m. Monday

Boston at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 Miami-Indiana winner at Boston, 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 1 Miami-Indiana winner at Boston, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 3 x-Boston at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 5 x-Miami-Indiana winner at Boston, 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 7 x-Boston at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. If game 7 is necessary in the Miami-Indiana series OR in the BostonPhiladelphia series Monday, May 28 Boston-Philadelphia winner at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 Boston-Philadelphia winner at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 1 Miami-Indiana winner at Philadelphia-Boston winner, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 3 Miami-Indiana winner at Philadelphia-Boston winner, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 5 x-Boston-Philadelphia winner at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 7 x-Miami-Indiana winner at Philadelphia-Boston winner, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9 x-Boston-Philadelphia winner at Miami-Indiana winner, 8:30 p.m.

Pro hockey NHL playoffs (x-if necessary) FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE N.Y. Rangers 4, Ottawa 3 Thursday, April 12: NY Rangers 4, Ottawa 2 Saturday, April 14: Ottawa 3, NY Rangers 2, OT Monday, April 16: NY Rangers 1, Ottawa 0 Wednesday, April 18: Ottawa 3, NY Rangers 2, OT Saturday, April 21: Ottawa 2, NY Rangers 0 Monday, April 23: NY Rangers 3, Ottawa 2 Thursday, April 26: N.Y. Rangers 2, Ottawa 1 Washington 4, Boston 3 Thursday, April 12: Boston 1, Washington 0, OT Saturday, April 14: Washington 2, Boston 1, 2OT Monday, April 16: Boston 4, Washington 3 Thursday, April 19: Washington 2, Boston 1 Saturday, April 21: Washington 4, Boston 3 Sunday, April 22: Boston 4, Washington 3, OT Wednesday, April 25: Washington 2, Boston 1, OT New Jersey 4, Florida 3 Friday, April 13: New Jersey 3, Florida 2 Sunday, April 15: Florida 4, New Jersey 2 Tuesday, April 17: Florida 4, New Jersey 3 Thursday, April 19: New Jersey 4, Florida 0 Saturday, April 21: Florida 3, New Jersey 0 Tuesday, April 24: New Jersey 3, Florida 2, OT Thursday, April 26: New Jersey 3, Florida 2, 2OT Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2 Wednesday, April 11: Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT Friday, April 13: Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 5 Sunday, April 15: Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 4 Wednesday, April 18: Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 3 Friday, April 20: Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2 Sunday, April 22: Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 1 Wednesday, April 11: Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 2

Friday, April 13: Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 2 Sunday, April 15: Los Angeles 1, Vancouver 0 Wednesday, April 18: Vancouver 3, Los Angeles 1 Sunday, April 22: Los Angeles 2, Vancouver 1, OT St. Louis 4, San Jose 1 Thursday, April 12: San Jose 3, St. Louis 2, 2OT Saturday, April 14: St. Louis 3, San Jose 0 Monday, April 16: St. Louis 4, San Jose 3 Thursday, April 19: St. Louis 2, San Jose 1 Saturday, April 21: St. Louis 3, San Jose 1 Phoenix 4, Chicago 2 Thursday, April 12: Phoenix 3, Chicago 2, OT Saturday, April 14: Chicago 4, Phoenix 3, OT Tuesday, April 17: Phoenix 3, Chicago 2, OT Thursday, April 19: Phoenix 3, Chicago 2, OT Saturday, April 21: Chicago 2, Phoenix 1, OT Monday, April 23: Phoenix 4, Chicago 0 Nashville 4, Detroit 1 Wednesday, April 11: Nashville 3, Detroit 2 Friday, April 13: Detroit 3, Nashville 2 Sunday, April 15: Nashville 3, Detroit 2 Tuesday, April 17: Nashville 3, Detroit 1 Friday, April 20: Nashville 2, Detroit 1 CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE N.Y. Rangers 4, Washington 3 Saturday, April 28: NY Rangers 3, Washington 1 Monday, April 30: Washington 3, NY Rangers 2 Wednesday, May 2: NY Rangers 2, Washington 1, 3OT Saturday, May 5: Washington 3, NY Rangers 2 Monday, May 7: NY Rangers 3, Washington 2, OT Wednesday, May 9: Washington 2, NY Rangers 1 Saturday, May 12: NY Rangers 2, Washington 1 New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1 Sunday, April 29: Philadelphia 4, New Jersey 3, OT Tuesday, May 1: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1 Thursday, May 3: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 3, OT Sunday, May 6: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 2 Tuesday, May 8: New Jersey 3, Philadelphia 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Phoenix 4, Nashville 1 Friday, April 27: Phoenix 4, Nashville 3, OT Sunday, April 29: Phoenix 5, Nashville 3 Wednesday, May 2: Nashville 2, Phoenix 0 Friday, May 4: Phoenix 1, Nashville 0 Monday, May 7: Phoenix 2, Nashville 1 Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 0 Saturday, April 28: Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 Monday, April 30: Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 2 Thursday, May 3: Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 2 Sunday, May 6: Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE N.Y. Rangers 1, New Jersey 0 Monday, May 14: NY Rangers 3, New Jersey 0 Wednesday, May 16: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 1 p.m. Monday, May 21: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 8 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 8 p.m. x-Friday, May 25: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 8 p.m. x-Sunday, May 27: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 8 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Los Angeles 2, Phoenix 0 Sunday, May 13: Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 2

Daily Corinthian • 9 Tuesday, May 15: Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 0 Thursday, May 17: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Sunday, May 20: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: Los Angeles at Phoenix, 9 p.m. x-Thursday, May 24: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. x-Saturday, May 26: Los Angeles at Phoenix, 8 p.m.

Misc. Transactions BASEBALL American League TAMPA BAY RAYS — Acquired INF Drew Sutton from Pittsburgh for a player to be named or cash considerations. Placed INF Jeff Keppinger on the 15-day DL. Designated LHP John Gaub for assignment. TEXAS RANGERS — Placed RHP Neftali Feliz on the 15-day DL. Recalled RHP Yoshinori Tateyama from Round Rock (PCL). National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Recalled INF Josh Bell from Reno (PCL). Designated INF Cody Ransom for assignment. NEW YORK METS — Recalled C-OF Vinny Rottino from Buffalo (IL). Optioned RHP Chris Schwinden to Buffalo. Eastern League ALTOONA CURVE — Announced RHP Jeff Karstens was added to the roster on a minor league rehabilitation assignment. TRENTON THUNDER — Announced LHP Vidal Nuno was assigned to the team from Tampa (FSL). American Association AMARILLO SOX — Signed RHP Derek Christensen. KANSAS CITY T-BONES — Released INF Aric Weinberg. LINCOLN SALTDOGS — Signed RHP Tycen Povey. Atlantic League LONG ISLAND DUCKS — Signed RHP Jared Lansford. Placed RHP Jeff Lyman on the inactive list. Frontier League GATEWAY GRIZZLIES — Released RHP Maurice Bankston. LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS — Released INF Donald Blunt. United League SAN ANGELO COLTS — Re-signed 1B Daryl Jones. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association ORLANDO MAGIC — Fired coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith. FOOTBALL National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed C Reggie Stephens. Claimed G Matt Murphy off waivers from Indianapolis. MIAMI DOLPHINS — Signed DT Kheeston Randall. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Announced WR Wes Welker signed a franchise tender contract. Signed DB Nate Ebner. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES — Agreed to terms with QB Nick Foles on a fouryear contract. TENNESSEE TITANS — Agreed to terms with LB Zach Brown. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES — Signed D Alexander Sulzer to a one-year contract. CAROLINA HURRICANES — Agreed to terms with F Nicolas Blanchard on a two-year contract and with D Bobby Sanguinetti on a one-year contract. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS — Named Brad Larsen coach of Springfield (AHL). ST. LOUIS BLUES — Signed D Jani Hakanpaa. American Hockey League PEORIA RIVERMEN — Signed F Derek Nesbitt to a one-year contract. COLLEGE COLORADO STATE — Named Ryun Williams women’s basketball coach. ILLINOIS STATE — Named Dana Ford men’s assistant basketball coach. PACIFIC — Announced men’s basketball coach Bob Thomason will retire after next season. WENTWORTH TECH — Named Evin Giglio women’s volleyball coach.

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(but also) the veterans,” Fox said. “We’re excited where that is and what’s he’s done to raise those boats.” Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas and the other young receivers have all been refining their route-running so as not to endure Manning’s famous wrath. “Well, I think they’re on their way,” Bailey said.

“Obviously, I want to help them as much as possible, try to sharpen their routes up and things like that, but one thing about them is they get open a little bit, they’re open a lot to him. That’s one thing that’s a big difference this year.” Manning wouldn’t gauge the progress he’s made in his two months in Denver, first during private workouts at local high schools and then at the

team’s training facility. “It’s hard to say. I try to get better every day, you know, that’s my goal and I really need to use this time,” he said. “I do think there’s a difference when you are on the field in helmets going up against a defense. Up until now, we hadn’t been able to go against a defense. So, this will be great work for me going against Champ Bailey and Von Miller and El-

vis (Dumervil) and (Tracy) Porter, Drayton Florence. “We’ve got three great cover corners to work against. So, until now we’ve been kind of throwing passes versus air, and you can work on your timing with receivers but it’s a great test to go against these corners.” Manning is clearly more concerned about ironing out the wrinkles in his new offense than what fans

me — is the results,” Van Gundy said. “I don’t care if it’s a business relationship where two people at work are driving a business to make money, or if it’s a sports relationship, where the object is to win games.” But both also have acknowledged that this lockout-shortened season was trying for everyone involved. “This season, and we’ve been digesting it all year, has been the longest, shortest season that we’ve had,” Smith said. “But it’s something that you have to go through. Most sports franchises at some time go through a little bit of uncertainty and this is our time.” Martins said that ideally the Magic’s next coach will have a championship pedigree, though acknowledged that the search wouldn’t exclude assistants or others who have experience. He said the same was true for the general manager posi-

tion. Martins was effusive in his praise as Van Gundy as a “great strategic coach,” but acknowledged that one of the factors they want to see in a new coach is someone who is great at building relationships with players. “Strategically we may not be able to find anyone better,” he said. Howard often com-

mented about Van Gundy’s grumpy demeanor on the floor, saying it was at times counterproductive for the team. This past summer Smith met with Van Gundy and he left that meeting pledging to make improvements. It included him meeting with a Stanford University psychology professor for advice on how to be a better leader.

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cord, going 31-28 in the playoffs. Smith departs after six years. He was the architect of Magic teams that made it to the playoffs in each of those seasons, winning the Eastern Conference championship in 2009. But he also made several questionable moves, including trades for Vince Carter and Gilbert Arenas that failed to work out long-term. The day after the Magic’s season ended with the loss to the Pacers, Smith said that he would need a few days to even decide whether he wanted to return to that position following the tough year, setting it as a “50-50” chance. Van Gundy said at the time he wanted to return and was hoping that the ultimate decision would be about performance solely. “When you’re talking a professional relationship, what matters — at least to

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these corners. I mean, if you can’t get better going against some of these top cover corners, then it’s just not meant to be. So, it’s a great challenge for everybody.” Monday marked one signpost. Up ahead is putting on the shoulder pads, training camp, taking that first hit in the preseason.

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10 • Daily Corinthian

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Proposal from man is little cause for celebration DEAR ABBY: I’m a 42-year-old woman who has been living with my boyfriend, “Matt.” He has asked me to marry him, and I said yes. The problem is, Matt is still married. Matt and his wife have been separated for eight years. I keep telling him to get in touch with her and see if she filed for divorce, but he keeps putting it off. I really do love this man, Abby. Matt is good to me and to my children and grandchildren, but sometimes I don’t know what to think or do. I want us to buy a house, but I’m scared that if we do, she’ll try to take it from us. He says she wouldn’t. Please

give me some advice. — LADY IN WAITING IN LOUISIANA DEAR Abigail Van Buren LADY IN W A I T Dear Abby ING: I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but a marriage proposal from a man who is still married means nothing. I urge you to PLEASE consult a lawyer before putting money into any joint financial ventures with this man. He may be “good” to you, your children and grandchildren, but he hasn’t been completely forthright.

Your concerns are justified. Listen to your woman’s intuition. It’s sending you an important message. DEAR ABBY: Two years ago, I adopted a dog from my local Humane Society. “Brandy’s” approximate age at the time of adoption was 16 years. I had two wonderful years with Brandy before he died. What I would like to share with your readers is, when you consider adopting a pet, please don’t rule out an animal based strictly on age. Older animals can make excellent additions to a family. They deserve our love and kindness, too. — MISSING

BRANDY IN JUNEAU, ALASKA DEAR MISSING: I’m sorry that you and Brandy were not able to have more years together, but bless you for sharing your heart and home with a pet that many might have overlooked. Older animals can provide a great deal of love and joy. They also are usually housebroken — something to consider for anyone for whom puppyhood and adolescence might prove too destructive. The local shelter is an excellent place to find a mature companion. DEAR ABBY: The letters that have appeared in your column about safe

driving prompt this one. I hope you will consider my experience worth sharing. I have poor depth perception. I make adjustments for this problem and check the distance between me and the car in front of me by looking at the distance on the road and not at the car. I began to notice that the cars coming at me were “fuzzy” and that I had to close one eye to have a clear image of them. Then I realized I was doing the same thing while watching television. I mentioned it to my optometrist, and she checked my eyes and found that I had double vision. The adjustment to my prescription was so

slight that you would not notice it, but I can now see clearly with my new glasses. — CLEARLY FOCUSED IN MINNESOTA DEAR CLEARLY FOCUSED: Your letter was an eye-opener. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to remind readers to have their vision checked every year — and to report any changes in vision to the doctor immediately. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.)

20-Feb. 18). Avoid scary news and people who are complete downers. You’re in a powerfully creative mode and can’t afford to have the wrong kinds of influences around you now. What you think about, you bring about. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Communication chasms abound. But since you’re so observant, you’ll be able to skip over them. All you have to do is look for feedback about whether your message was understood and follow up accordingly. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (May 22). This year you realize your true role as you embrace the following mantra: The difference is you. You are the one who can change negatives into positives, find opportunities in limi-

tations and make the most of each win. Love lifts you this month. Your work over the coming weeks will build your reputation and earnings. Cancer and Aries people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 25, 15, 49 and 38. CELEBRITY PROFILES: Could Tim McGraw win an Academy Award in his lifetime? This hunky country superstar has topped the charts and sung the songs of celluloid greatness. His astrological chart shows that he’s also a fast learner, with Venus in witty Gemini and Mars in the relationshipsoriented station of Libra. With a few acting credits under his cowboy belt already, this Taurus crooner could very well give Hollywood favorites a run for their money.

Horoscopes by Holiday BY HOLIDAY MATHIS Mercury is still retrograde, which sometimes makes it seem like business is going very slowly. Some projects that we thought were completed will need to be deconstructed and reconstructed differently. This could happen many times, but that’s what is necessary to become masterful. The Capricorn moon helps us see the big picture and keep going. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Self-control can be too much of a good thing on a day like today, when spontaneous emotions are too pure and joyful to be ignored. You’re safe, so let down the guard and follow your impulses. TAURUS (April 20May 20). Not everyone who is smiling is happy.

Today you could find that the more subtle and serious types are actually quite content. Furthermore, one of them has something to share with you. Say hello. GEMINI (May 21June 21). Getting your point across may be more difficult than usual. A loved one may not hear what you’re saying because he or she is too busy overlaying his or her own experiences onto your words and actions. CANCER (June 22July 22). You are wide awake and ready to make stellar decisions regarding your domestic life. Your peak hours are between noon and 3 p.m. When things at home are running right, you’ll excel professionally and socially. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’re a giver. It

comes naturally to you. Someone will appreciate you for all the little things you do — which only makes you want to do more of them. Gratitude brings out the best in all. VIRGO (Aug. 23Sept. 22). You tend to take on either the big projects or the massive ones, depending on your mood. Regardless of the scale you choose, everything happens with a series of small action steps. Celebrate the completion of each one. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You are even more receptive than usual. Be careful not to accept other people’s projections, especially the negative or inappropriate ones. Place an imaginary bubble around yourself for deflection and protection. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-

Nov. 21). Though you prefer to let people do their thing, it’s just not practical today. You’ll need to direct your loved ones and colleagues if you want the end result to reflect your vision. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Some loved ones will encourage and support you, while others will critique and irk you. Both styles are helpful motivation to get you where you want to be by the end of the day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Because of the position and intensity of the sun, relationships will be illuminated in a whole new light. You’ll see the ways in which you are so alike and also the differences. You’ll find much to admire either way. AQUARIUS (Jan.

Local resident receives Commendation Medal Students place at contest Special to the Daily Corinthian

On March 24, Corinth resident Col. Douglas Hayhurst, Mississippi State Guard, was awarded the Mississippi Commendation Medal by the commanding general of the Mississippi State Guard, Brigadier Gen. William B. Lee, Mississippi State Guard, in recognition of his outstanding service to the state of Mississippi. Hayhurst is married

to Betty Hayhurst of Corinth. He has 43 years of military service and is currently assistant chief of staff G-3 plans and operations officer with the Mississippi State Guard. The Mississippi Commendation Medal is awarded to members or former member of the Mississippi National Guard and Mississippi State Guard for meritori-

ous service or meritorious achievement in behalf of the state of Mississippi. The Mississippi State Guard (MSSG) is the constitutionally authorized state defense force of the State of Mississippi. Operating under the authority of the Mississippi Military Department, it is on an equal constitutional basis with the Mississippi Army National Guard, (MSARNG) and the Mis-

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BOONEVILLE — Four Northeast Mississippi Community College students placed in the Mississippi Community/Junior College Art Instructor’s Association (MC/JCAIA) State Art Competition recently. Booneville native Hannah Hastings captured first place in the painting and mixed media category while Rachel Poe of Walnut picked up a third place rib-

bon in photography. Northeast had a pair of honorable mentions at the state event with Tasha Beavers of Corinth being named an honorable mention in drawing and Maggie Davis of Saltillo named an honorable mention in ceramics. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County campus in Gautier hosted the state exhibit throughout the month of March.

Today in History

Chosen By God

In the long ago, God chose to reveal His will to mankind by means of prophets. “God, who at sundry-differenttime and in divers manners-various ways- spoke in time past unto the fathers by the prophets--” – Hebrews 1:1. We know some of the prophets by name like – Moses, Joel, Isaiah, Peter, Agabus, etc. – some we do not know. Prophets were God’s chosen Messengers to proclaim His saving message – both in Old Testament and New Testament-to mankind. Jesus himself was called a prophet. Moses foretold, “The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me--” –Deut. 18:15. Peter declared this Prophecy to be fulfilled in the sending of “Jesus Christ--For Moses truly said to the fathers, ‘The Lord your God will raise up for you a Prophet like me…” – Acts 3:20-23. While God did speak in various ways by the prophets, the Hebrew writer want on to affirm that God “has in these last days spoken to us by His Son.”–Heb. 1:1-2. One of the spiritual gifts that God gave to some in the early church was the miraculous ability to prophecy. Those with this divine gift received “a revelation” from God – I Cor. 14. Jesus had told His disciples, “Do not worry about how or what you should answer, or what you shall say. For the Holy Spirit will teach you in that very hour what you ought to say” – Luke 12:11. The very words they were to speak were given to them by God. In fact, having been sent by a Prophet, the same was said by Jesus. The Lord God said through Moses, “ I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brethren, and will put MY words in His Mouth, and He shall speak to them all that I command Him” – Deut. 18:18. Jesus confirmed, “I have not spoken on my own authority; but the Father who sent me gave me a command, what I should say and what I should speak” – John 12:49. We Note – Every word recorded within and written in Scripture come by direct revelation from God. We have NO NEW revelation from God – today. Please read 2 Peter 1:20-21 carefully. “Knowing their first, that NO prophecy never came by the will of Man…” The prophecy of God that came through Moses, Joel, Peter, Agabus and even Jesus never came by their own will! “But holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.” When you pick up your bible, remember that not a single word in it was chosen by man. Every one is from God. We learn obedience from God’s Word –Bible.

sissippi Air National Guard (MSANG). The Mississippi State Guard is an allvolunteer organization tasked with supplementing the forces of the Mississippi Army National Guard and/ or Air National Guard upon the order of the governor of the state of Mississippi through the adjutant general of the State of Mississippi.

Today is Tuesday, May 22, the 143rd day of 2012. There are 223 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlight: On May 22, 1972, President Richard Nixon began a visit to the Soviet Union, during which he and Kremlin leaders signed the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.

On this date: In 1761, the first American life insurance policy was issued in Philadelphia to a Rev. Francis Allison, whose premium was six pounds per year. In 1860, the United States and Japan exchanged ratifications of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce during a ceremony in Washington.

In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appeared before Congress to explain his decision to veto a bill that would have allowed World War I veterans to cash in bonus certificates before their 1945 due date. In 1939, the foreign ministers of Germany and Italy, Joachim von Ribbentrop and Galeazzo Ciano, signed a “Pact of Steel” committing the two countries to a military alliance. In 1947, the Truman Doctrine was enacted as Congress appropriated military and economic aid for Greece and Turkey. In 1960, an earthquake of magnitude 9.5, the strongest on record, struck southern Chile,

claiming some 1,655 lives. In 1962, Continental Airlines Flight 11, en route from Chicago to Kansas City, Mo., crashed after a bomb apparently brought on board by a passenger exploded, killing all 45 occupants of the Boeing 707. In 1968, the nuclearpowered submarine USS Scorpion, with 99 men aboard, sank in the Atlantic Ocean. (The remains of the sub were later found on the ocean floor 400 miles southwest of the Azores.) In 1969, the lunar module of Apollo 10, with Thomas P. Stafford and Eugene Cernan aboard, flew to within nine miles of the moon’s surface in a dress rehearsal for the first lunar landing. In 1972, the island nation of Ceylon became the republic of Sri Lanka. In 1981 “Yorkshire Ripper” Peter Sutcliffe was convicted in London of murdering 13 women and was sentenced to life in prison. In 1992, after a reign lasting nearly 30 years, Johnny Carson hosted NBC’s “Tonight Show” for the last time. Ten years ago: A jury in Birmingham, Ala., convicted former Ku Klux Klansman Bobby Frank Cherry of murder in a

1963 church bombing that killed four black girls. (Cherry, sentenced to life, died in a prison hospital in 2004.) The remains of Chandra Levy, the federal intern who’d disappeared more than a year earlier, were found in Washington, D.C.’s Rock Creek Park. Five years ago: British prosecutors accused former KGB agent Andrei Lugovoi of murder in the radioactive poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko. (Russia, however, has refused to extradite Lugovoi.) Olympic gold medalist speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno and his professional dance partner, Julianne Hough (huhf), won ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” One year ago: A tornado devastated Joplin, Mo., with winds up to 250 mph, claiming at least 159 lives and destroying about 8,000 homes and businesses. President Barack Obama defended his endorsement of Israel’s 1967 boundaries as the basis for a future Palestine, telling the American Israel Public Affairs Committee his views reflected longstanding U.S. policy. Joseph Brooks, 73, the Academy Award-winning songwriter of “You Light Up My Life” who was awaiting trial for rape, was found dead in his Manhattan apartment, a suicide.


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A panicking tiny ostrich gets stuck in the yard Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d been busy at my computer, the windows open on this fine spring day. And then that niggling when somethingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not quite right . . . Finally lifted my head from the screen and listened hard. Birdsong. Bee buzz. The hens seemed rather squawky, though not unduly so, and the rooster had been crowing obnoxiously often. To which the dogs had replied, taking it personally, as per usual. I returned to my keyboard. Shortly afterwards, John called up the stairs, asking if I could help him set the tomato stakes. Sure! I called back and headed out to join him. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d paused in the driveway, peering toward the dogsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pen, a large round enclosure with their homemade dog-

house in its center. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chickens are in the pen,â&#x20AC;? he said. Oh, poor Ryland chickens. Bruhwiler No wonder theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d Columnist been fussing. We usually keep that gate shut â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to stop this very thing from happening â&#x20AC;&#x201D; but occasionally John opens it from horseback so the dogs can join him and his horse for a good run. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tricky closing it again. The afternoon before, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d obviously not quite pulled it to, and that morning our little flock of three had paraded right on in. They like to give the ground a going over, leaves and twigs raked into lots of small, fluffy piles as they search for beetly bugs and ticks be-

neath the pines. Which is more than fine with me. However, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a real oops to turn the dogs in with the chickens as John had accidentally done right after breakfast. Upsets the birds, particularly our little red hen, whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Nervous Nellie to begin with. The overly energetic, 70-pound â&#x20AC;&#x153;pupsâ&#x20AC;? think that fleeing, screeching chickens are highly entertaining. Now, we usually notice the chickens right away, and, holding the dogs by their collars to keep them from â&#x20AC;&#x153;helping,â&#x20AC;? we shoo the birds out of the gate. Our feathered friends are not the brightest, and instead of making for the opening in a straight line as fast as they can waddle, they zig and zag, complaining loudly, often ending up behind the gate instead of through the gate. Eventually we

get things sorted, dogs inside, chickens outside, ourselves outside, gate latched, and a milkbone passed back through the wire mesh to each big guy, grinning with all 42 of his strong white teeth. Which is what we started to do today, but things got complicated. Some bored dog had recently dug a hole beneath the doghouse, trying to catch a lizard or a vole or whatnot. When dogs and chickens ran â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;round and â&#x20AC;&#x2122;round the pen that morning, red chicken thought sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d found a place to hide. Unfortunately for her, the hole was more depression than burrow. She had her head and shoulders buried as far as they would go. Her skinny, scrabbling legs and the rest of her bouffant body were all too well exposed. The irony is Nellie is

part banty â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and the only one of our three who could have flown out of the pen. But it takes her a bit to gather her forces for lift off. No time! She must have panicked and dived for safety, Saber the Doberman hard on her heels. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d â&#x20AC;&#x153;mouthedâ&#x20AC;? her unmercifully, worrying her poor back end. The bedraggled feathers were slick, much of the skin wet and bare and red. I was astonished that he hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t chomped down hard enough to break the skin â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and grateful. But heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d nuzzled her into such a frenzy she was still trying to dig her way to China, her frantic fussing muffled, her skinny legs aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;kicking. It hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t yet computed the Mounties had arrived. She might, in fact, be there still if John hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t grabbed her plump

self with both hands, plucked her out of the hole, and tossed her toward the gate. Big flurry of red feathers and much squawking as she scurried for the exit, followed by her bosom buddies, whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d been pacing along the fenceline, murmuring in a concerned sort of way. Saber, of course, lunged after the trio. Much squawking from yours truly, and he subsided, looking up at me as if saying, What? You know what, I told him. This time nobody got a milkbone. (Ryland Bruhwiler lives on a farm in McNairy County, Tenn. A special columnist for the Daily Corinthian, she can be contacted by email at downyonder@wildblue. net.)

A look at some exciting films coming to theaters this year A film I am looking forward to watch is just around the corner is based on the book â&#x20AC;&#x153;Savagesâ&#x20AC;? by Don Winslow. Winslow is a great writer using exceptional dialogue to hook the reader. The film is directed by Oliver Stone. The story involves three friends in California in the illegal drug business. The three friends are played by actors Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson and Blake Lively. Kitsch plays an exSeal with deadly skills. Johnson plays a college graduate who majored in business and botany. He is also a philanthropist. Lively plays their love interest. Rumor has it Stone will return to rough and tough action he used in

some of his earlier films. â&#x20AC;&#x153; T h e Amazing SpiderManâ&#x20AC;? will Terry be coming Burns this summer. SpiMovie Critic dey will probably have a huge box office audience. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Dark Knight Rises,â&#x20AC;? maybe Batmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s last adventure. Predictions are, however, it is going to be a large box office hit so Hollywood will probably find a way to bring the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Batâ&#x20AC;? back. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Argoâ&#x20AC;? is based on a true story involving the Iran revolution in the late â&#x20AC;&#x2122;70s. The CIA teams up with Hollywood in order

to travel to Iran and rescue six hostages while pretending to be filming a movie. Ben Affleck stars in and directed this film. It will open after the summer hits. Another one I am waiting for is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Django Unchained,â&#x20AC;? directed by Tarantino. I must see anything Tarantino does. His dialogue is sharp, tough and real. Conversations that take place in his movies give the audience edge of the seat tension. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Django Unchainedâ&#x20AC;? stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, and Jamie Fox. It is set in the pre-Civil War era. The film is in the style of a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spaghetti Western.â&#x20AC;? This means a lot of shootâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;em ups, fights and

         

 

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cause of its theme. We will probably see some very graphic and horrible scenes which unfortunately some of the events were based on. This film opens on Christmas Day. In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Bourne Legacy,â&#x20AC;? we have a new Jason Bourne, who is played by Jeremy Renner. In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Town,â&#x20AC;? he played one tough guy and did really well getting into character. I have high hopes he will do the same in the Bourne film. I have not mentioned all of the films coming our way in the near future. There will be a lot of adventure, loud noises, fights, shootings, cartoons, comedies, drama, documentaries, science fiction, animation, and all the genres we can think

of. It appears movie-goers will have a variety of entertainment to choose from. I think it is going to be a really great year for all kinds of entertainment and escapism. Leave behind the stress and go to the movies for a more pleasurable activity and entertainment. See â&#x20AC;&#x2122;ya at the movies. (Terry Burns is technology coordinator for the McNairy County School System. A lifelong movie buff, he can be contacted by email at burns984@bellsouth.net. Terryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s movie grading scale: five-plus stars -- as good as it gets; five stars -- donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss; four stars -- excellent; three stars -- good; two stars -- fair; one star -- poor; no stars -- donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t bother.)

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3.5 HP gas edger, Briggs APT. SIZE drop leaf table MAGNOLIA APTS. 2 BR, & Stratton engine, like with 4 chairs, $45. stove, refrig., water. $365. 286-2256. new, $65. 662-423-5095. 662-415-8180. CUB CADET Hydro 1320 mower, 39" cut Kohler, 12.5 HP, 4 new tires, new battery, $326 obo. 662-423-5095.

CHILDREN'S GLIDER swing, great cond., kept inside. $50 obo. 731-439-0525, leave message if no answer.

NEW IN bag, never used queen comforter set, includes 1 comforter, 1 dust ruffle, 2 pillow 24' DUAL axle boat shams, 2 square cushtrailer, $500 o b o . ions, 1 breakfast pillow, $45. 662-286-5216. 665-1133.

PROPANE WALL HEATER, 4 SETS of scaffold jacks 5 - b r i c k , $50. & 2 sets of wheels, like 662-415-8180. CKC REG. Min. Dachs- new, $400. 662-415-9875 SUMMER DRESSES, many hund puppies, 1st or 287-8258. styles, small-3x, $15.00. shots, $150. BEAUTIFUL DESIGNER 662-594-5700. 662-415-6209. framed Ruane Manning CKC REG. Yorkshire Ter- "Winds of Serengetti" REAL ESTATE FOR RENT rier puppies, must see 4-piece picture set, in to believe. $ 4 0 0 exc. cond., $400 obo. 256-810-7289 o r 662-587-3762. Unfurnished 256-810-7192, lve mess. 0610 Apartments BLACK NINTENDO Wii, FREE TO A GOOD HOME: new Super Mario & con- 2 BR, stove/refrig. furn., Beautiful kittens, some troller, $ 6 5 . W&D hookup, CHA. blacks, multi-color, & 287-3257. 662-212-0951. blond. 7 wks. old, litter trained & eating kitten food. Call 662-415-6954 after 5 p.m. FREE TO good home: 9 yr. old Boston Terrier. 415-6262 or 286-1717.

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and delivered to DONALD RAY DOWNS, PA 0955 Legals ATTY, as Trustee for the benefit of SOUTHBANK, 3 BR on 1/2 acre, 2800 certain Deeds of Trust as folsq. ft. in city near hospi- lows: tal with shop & utllity bldg. $ 7 9 , 5 0 0 . A) Dated February 25, 662-284-6373. 2005, recorded in land Trust Book 676, Page 51-59, Mobile Homes Deed in the office of the Chancery 0741 for Sale Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; ANNIVERSARY SALE Who said you couldn't B) Dated June 10, 2008, rebuy a new home in the corded as Instrument No. 20's anymore! New 2 BR 200803450, in the office of homes starting at the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn $25,950.00. New 3 BR, 2 County, Mississippi. BA homes starting at C) Dated September 29, $29,950.00. VOTED BEST OF SHOW 2009, recorded as Instrument Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA, No. 200905336, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Al$44,500.00. All homes delivered & corn County, Mississippi. set up on your lot with WHEREAS, SOUTHcentral air. Hurry! LimBANK , legal holder and ited # at these prices. owner of said Deeds of Trust CLAYTON HOMES and the indebtedness secured SUPERCENTER thereby, substituted W. OF CORINTH JETT WILSON as SubstiHWY 72 WEST tute Trustee, in said Deeds of 1/4 mile west Trust by instrument dated of hospital May 3, 2012, and recorded in the Office of the Chancery TRANSPORTATION Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as Instrument No.201202137;

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1981 COBALT 19.5 ft. Runabout, open bow, i/o, Mercruiser 350, 260 HP, stainless prop, tandem axle trailer, low hrs., newer interior. $4500. 731-926-5953 after 5 p.m.

0860 Vans for Sale '10 WHITE 15-pass. van, 3 to choose from. 1-800-898-0290 or 728-5381.

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WHEREAS, default hav ing been made in the terms and conditions of said Deeds of Trust and the entire debt secured thereby, having been declared to be due and payable in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust, and the legal holder of said indebtedness, SOUTHBANK, having requested the undersigned Substitute Trustee to execute the trust and sell said land and property in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust for the purpose of raising the sums due thereunder, together with attorney's fees, Substitute Trustee's fees, and expense of sale.

'05 GMC Crew Cab LTR, 38k, #1419. $16,900. 1-800-898-0290 or NOW, THEREFORE, 728-5381. NOTICE IS HEREBY '08 DODGE RAM 1500, GIVEN that I, the under4x4, crew cab, red, signed Substitute Trustee, on $23,400. 1-800-898-0290 the 30th day of May, 2012, at the South front door of the or 728-5381. Alcorn County Courthouse, the City of Corinth, Alcorn 0868 Cars for Sale in County, Mississippi, within '08 CHEVY HHR LT, ltr, the legal hours for such sales moon roof, 33k, $11,900. (being between the hours of 1-800-898-0290 o r 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), will offer for sale and sell, at pub728-5381. lic outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the following FINANCIAL property conveyed to me by said Deed of Trust described as follows:

LEGALS

0955 Legals NOTICE OF SALE BY SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE WHEREAS, NANCY HIGHT, made, executed and delivered to DONALD RAY DOWNS, PA ATTY, as Trustee for the benefit of SOUTHBANK, certain Deeds of Trust as follows:

TRACT NO. 1: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 390.586 feet to a 10 inch diameter elm tree; Thence continue along said old wire fence and tree fence North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East 353.118 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along said old fence and tree line 87.520 feet to a concrete right of way marker found on the West right of way line of U.S. Highway 45 South; Thence run North 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East along said right of way line 249.739 feet to an iron pin; Thence continue North 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East along said right of way line 159.756 feet to an iron pin for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 seconds West 45.537 feet along the back of a curb (BOC)(L1); Thence run North 83 degrees 11 minutes 07 seconds West 17.010 feet along said BOC (L2); Thence run North 74 degrees 38 minutes 32 seconds West 14.076 feet along said BOC (L3); Thence run North 62 degrees 11 minutes 08 seconds West 18.922 feet along said BOC (L4); Thence run North 234.534 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds East 95.204 feet to an iron pin found on the West right of way line of US Highway 45 South; Thence run South 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds West along said right of way line 251.044 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.540 acres, more or less.

ter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 89 0955 Legals degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 390.586 feet to a 10 inch diameter elm tree; Thence continue along said old wire fence and tree fence North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East 353.118 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along said old fence and tree line 87.520 feet to a concrete right of way marker found on the West right of way line of U.S. Highway 45 South; Thence run North 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East along said right of way line 249.739 feet to an iron pin; Thence continue North 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East along said right of way line 159.756 feet to an iron pin for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 seconds West 45.537 feet along the back of a curb (BOC)(L1); Thence run North 83 degrees 11 minutes 07 seconds West 17.010 feet along said BOC (L2); Thence run North 74 degrees 38 minutes 32 seconds West 14.076 feet along said BOC (L3); Thence run North 62 degrees 11 minutes 08 seconds West 18.922 feet along said BOC (L4); Thence run North 234.534 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds East 95.204 feet to an iron pin found on the West right of way line of US Highway 45 South; Thence run South 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds West along said right of way line 251.044 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.540 acres, more or less. TRACT NO. 2:

Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter(1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 01 degree 39 minutes 33 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 330.568 feet to an iron pin found for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 01 degree 39 minutes 33 seconds East along said old fence and tree line 330.172 feet to an iron pin at a fence corner; Thence run South 89 degrees 58 minutes 35 seconds East along the remnants of an old wire fence line 610.574 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds East 211.200 feet to an iron pin; Thence run South 21 degrees 09 minutes 48 seconds West 171.991 feet; Thence run South 68.470 feet to a point on the back of a curb (BOC); Thence run South 53 degrees 10 minutes 11 seconds West 35.427 feet along said BOC (L13); Thence run South 75 degrees 59 minutes 47 seconds West 18.681 feet along said BOC (L14); Thence run North 67 degrees 21 minutes 49 seconds West 18.681 feet along said BOC (L15); Thence run North 35 degrees 27 minutes 36 seconds West 30.005 feet along said BOC (L16); Thence run North 46 degrees 11 minutes 38 seconds West 36.103 feet along said BOC (L17); Thence run North 60 degrees 11 minutes 21 seconds West 51.953 feet along said BOC (L18); Thence run North 79 degrees 25 minutes 22 seconds West 39.890 feet along said BOC (L19); Thence run South 87 degrees 52 minutes 39 seconds West 44.248 feet along said BOC (L20); Thence run South 73 degrees 50 minutes 43 seconds West 36.031 feet along said BOC (L21); Thence run South 60 degrees 16 minutes 52 seconds West 41.328 feet along said BOC (L22); Thence run South 46 degrees 49 minutes 21 seconds West 35.586 feet along said BOC (L23); Thence run South 37 degrees 58 minutes 03 seconds West 49.212 feet along said BOC to the end of said curb (L24); Thence run South 65 degrees 32 minutes 33 seconds West 17.631 feet along the edge of asphalt pavement (EOP)(L25); Thence run North 76 degrees 43 minutes 06 seconds West 14.063 feet along said EOP (L26); Thence run North 42 degrees 26 minutes 10 seconds West 38.929 feet along said EOP (L27); Thence run North 53 degrees 30 minutes 18 seconds West 36.637 feet along said EOP (L28); Thence run North 67 degrees 50 minutes 11 seconds West 27.473 feet along said EOP(L29); Thence run North 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 seconds West 46.691 feet along said EOP (L30); Thence run South 89 degrees 54 minutes 03 seconds West 82.019 feet along said EOP (L31); Thence run South 79 degrees 43 minutes 27 seconds West 45.616 feet along said EOP (L32); Thence run South 64 degrees 29 minutes 01 seconds West 46.293 feet along said EOP (L33); Thence run South 41 degrees 40 minutes 02 seconds West 47.572 feet along said EOP (L34); Thence run South 23 degrees 45 minutes 57 seconds West 41.792 feet along said EOP (L35); Thence run South 07 degrees 57 minutes 10 seconds West 32.635 feet along said EOP (L36); Thence run West 27.857 feet along said EOP (L37) to the point of beginning, containing 3.876 acres, more or less.

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0320 Cats/Dogs/Pets

FARM

FREE MOVE IN (WAC): 2 BR, 1 BA, stove & refrig., W&D hookup, CR 735, Section 8 apvd. $400 mo. 287-0105.

COFFEE MAKER, DeCYCLONE LEAF vacuumlonghi Exclusive, new in WEAVER APTS 504 N. Cass 1 br, scr.porch. ing machine w/all upbox, makes cappuccino, w/d $375+util, 286-2255. grades & attachments, frother & coffee (1-2 $500. 662-286-9425. cups), $50 or trade for Homes for MTD YARD machine, 42" refrigerator or pistol. 0620 Rent 286-9219. cut, 7-speed shift on the go, 14 1/2 HP, new CRIB MATTRESS, will fit 3 BR, 2 BA, 3013 N. Habelt, new blades, $300. little tykes race car bed, ven Dr. Fenced back 662-415-3770. $20. 731-439-0525, leave yard, island stove, D/W, C/H/A, $700 dep., $700 message. TROYBILT 4 2 " cut mo. 662-415-0407. T A B L E w/3 mower, 7-spd. shift on D I N I N G $ 2 5 . LG. 4/5 BR, 3 full BA's, the go, commercial/in- c h a i r s , dustrial, 17 1/2 HP en- 662-415-8180. 521 Wheeler Grove Rd., gine, $275. 662-415-3770. DORA KITCHEN, exc. Biggersville/Kossuth cond., all pieces in- Sch. Dist. $1000 dep., Sporting cluded. $ 5 0 . $875 mo. Lots of stor0527 Goods 287-9504 or 731-439-0525, leave mes- a g e . sage if no answer. 415-7977. 50 CALIBER muzzle loader, Night Legend, ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR, Mobile Homes has 3x9x40 scope, Jazzy selects 6, 1 yr old, 0675 for Rent mounted with peep like new, charged up & thru sights, perfect ready to use. $450. 3 BR, 2 BA M.H., C/A, gas cond., $ 2 5 0 . 662-415-1626 heat, $375 mo., $375 462-8328 or 662-287-7708. FISHER PRICE Galloping d e p . 603-4916. Fun western horse ANTIQUE IVER Johnson jumperoo baby exercise 20-gauge single shot jumpe, includes motion REAL ESTATE FOR SALE shotgun, $ 1 7 0 . sensor so when baby jumps up & down, they 662-415-3770. will be rewarded with Homes for ANTIQUE REVELATION horsey animal sound effects & fun music songs. 0710 20-gauge single shot Sale $50. 662-212-3432. shotgun, $160. H O M E F O R sale by 662-415-3770. owner/agent. 1307 Pine FOR SALE: bamboo cain poles, 50 cents each Road. 3BR, 2BA with 0533 Furniture good for crafts & gar- large kitchen and laundry room. CH/A with 2 FLORAL wing back den. 662-396-1326 new windows and all chairs, perfect cond., FREE ADVERTISING appliances staying. Nice both for $350. 287-8850. Advertise any item valdeck and shop on large ued at $500 or less for 4 OAK ladder back free. The ads must be lot; also, additional storchairs, medium stain for private party or age building at the back finish, very good cond., personal merchandise of lot. Call 662-665-4762 for appt. $60. 662-603-2185. and will exclude pets & pet supplies, livestock HUD BEAUTIFUL, SOLID Oak, (incl. chickens, ducks, PUBLISHER’S lighted china hutch, cattle, goats, etc), gaNOTICE exc. cond., asking $250 rage sales, hay, fire- All real estate adverobo. 662-587-3047. wood, & automobiles. tised herein is subject BENTWOOD STYLE ac- To take advantage of to the Federal Fair this program, readers cent chair with leopard Housing Act which print upholstered seat, should simply email makes it illegal to adt h e i r a d t o : very good cond., $25. vertise any preference, freeads@dailycorinthian. limitation, or discrimi662-603-2185. com or mail the ad to nation based on race, HARD WOOD computer Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, color, religion, sex, desk, slide out for key- Corinth, MS 38835. handicap, familial status board, 2 drawers, new, Please include your ad- or national origin, or indress for our records. $60. 662-212-2616. tention to make any Each ad may include such preferences, limiLITTLE TYKES race car only one item, the item tations or discriminabed, very good cond., must be priced in the tion. $60. 731-439-0525. ad and the price must State laws forbid disbe $500 or less. Ads may MOCHA BROWN sofa, 3 be up to approximately crimination in the sale, cushions, exc. cond., 20 words including the rental, or advertising of real estate based on $325. 731-645-8283. phone number and will factors in addition to run for five days. those protected under Machinery & 0545 Tools J.C. PENNEY'S size 16 federal law. We will not Princess wedding dress, knowingly accept any LIKE NEW Ridgid Planer, with matching crown advertising for real es13", 3 extra blades veil, exc. cond, $150 tate which is in violation of the law. All perw/stand, owners man- obo. 662-587-5312. sons are hereby inual. $310 obo. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC formed that all dwell662-423-5095. magazines, 1 9 8 3 ings advertised are through 1988. $50. STIHL CHAIN saw sharavailable on an equal 287-1580. penter, Pro Model, $75. opportunity basis. 662-423-5095. NEW IN BAG, never used Better Homes & GarWanted to 0554 Rent/Buy/Trade dens King comforter set, includes 1 comM&M. CASH for junk cars forter, 2 pillow shams, 1 $55. & trucks. We pick up. b e d s k i r t , 662-415-5435 o r 662-286-5216.

WELL ESTABLISHED business, all equipment, supplies & stock 731-239-4114. included. $50,000. Serious inquiries only. Misc. Items for 0563 Sale 662-396-1285.

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FATHER’S DAY MEMORIES 2012 A) Dated February 25, 2005, recorded in land Trust Deed Book 676, Page 51-59, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; B) Dated June 10, 2008, recorded as Instrument No. 200803450, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi.

“Because Little Things Mean A Lot, Give Him a Gift From The Heart” C) Dated September 29, 2009, recorded as Instrument No. 200905336, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi.

WHEREAS, SOUTHBANK , legal holder and owner of said Deeds of Trust and the indebtedness secured thereby, substituted W. JETT WILSON as Substitute Trustee, in said Deeds of Trust by instrument dated May 3, 2012, and recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as Instrument No.201202137; WHEREAS, default hav -

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been made in the terms This year give i ing hi him th thatt picture i t perfect f t FFather’s th ’ D Day gift. and conditions of said Deeds of Trust and the entire debt Send us yoursecured favorite photograph of Dad, a memorable thereby, having been declared to be due and payphoto of Dadable and the family in accordance with the or just a funny little snapshot terms of said Deeds of Trust, to publishandin Father’s the our legal holder of said in- Day Section in The Daily debtedness, SOUTHCorinthian onrequested Sunday, June 17, 2012. BANK, having the undersigned Substitute Trustee to execute the trust and sell said land and property in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust for the purpose of raising the sums due thereunder, together with attorney's fees, Substitute Trustee's fees, and expense of sale.

You may include a short description with names or memo TRACT NO. 2: (approx. 10-20 words). Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter(1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 01 degree 39 minutes 33 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 330.568 feet to an iron pin found for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 01 degree 39 minutes 33 seconds East along said old fence and tree line 330.172 feet to an iron pin at a fence corner; Thence run South 89 degrees 58 minutes 35 seconds East along the remnants of an old wire fence line 610.574 feet to an iron pin; Thence run North 89 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds East 211.200 feet to an iron pin; Thence run South 21 degrees 09 minutes 48 seconds West 171.991 feet; Thence run South 68.470 feet to a point on the back of a curb (BOC); Thence run South 53 degrees 10 minutes 11 seconds West 35.427 feet along said BOC (L13); Thence run South 75 degrees 59 minutes 47 seconds West 18.681 feet along said BOC (L14); Thence run North 67 degrees 21 minutes 49 seconds West

THE COST IS ONLY $10.00 (MUST BE PREPAID) NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, the undersigned Substitute Trustee, on the 30th day of May, 2012, at the South front door of the Alcorn County Courthouse, in the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, within the legal hours for such sales (being between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), will offer for sale and sell, at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the following property conveyed to me by said Deed of Trust described as follows:

You may bring your photo(s) by The Daily Corinthian office at:

1607 S. Harper Rd. Corinth, MS. 1: or emailTRACT toNO.classad@dailycorinthian.com Commencing at the South(picture be in jpeg format) west Cornermust of the NorthEASEMENT: east Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of (only 1 picture per ad) An easement for egress and Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 390.586 feet to a 10 inch diameter elm tree; Thence continue along

ingress: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being an eight inch diameter creosote post; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East

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curb (BOC); Thence run 41.328 feet along said BOC feet along said EOP (L31); inch diameter creosote post; Thence run South 53 degrees seconds West 46.691 feet said BOC (L48); Thence run minutes 14 seconds East 16 •53Tuesday, May 22, 2012 • Daily Corinthian South degrees 10 minutes (L22); Thence run South 46 Thence run South 79 degrees Thence run North 89 degrees 10 minutes 11 seconds West along said EOP (L30); Thence North 68 degrees 40 minutes 25.894 feet along said EOP 11 seconds West 35.427 feet degrees 49 minutes 21 sec- 43 minutes 27 seconds West 58 minutes 42 seconds East 35.427 feet along said BOC run South 89 degrees 54 min- 19 seconds East 21.825 feet (L67); Thence run North 44 along said BOC (L13); Thence onds West 35.586 feet along 45.616 feet along said EOP 0955 Legals 0955 Legals Legalsrun South 75 utes Legals 0955 Thence 095503 Legals 0955said 14 minutes 48 secBOC (L49); Thence degrees seconds West 82.019 along Legals Legals Legalsrun South 64 along a wire fence and tree (L13); 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Thence run South 64 degrees 04 minutes 37 sec- along said EOP (L69); Thence 18.681 feet along said BOC South 65 degrees 32 minutes 02 seconds West 47.572 feet degrees 23 minutes 13 sec- along said BOC (L15); Thence degrees 29 minutes 01 sec- onds East 20.824 feet along run North 56 degrees 31 (L15); Thence run North 35 33 seconds West 17.631 feet along said EOP (L34); Thence onds East along the West run North 35 degrees 27 onds West 46.293 feet along said BOC (L51); Thence run minutes 19 seconds East degrees 27 minutes 36 sec- along the edge of asphalt run South 23 degrees 45 minright of way line of said High- minutes 36 seconds West said EOP (L33); Thence run North 87 degrees 46 minutes 18.537 feet along said EOP ( E O P ) ( L 2 5 ) ; utes 57 seconds West 41.792 onds West 30.005 feet along p a v e m e n t way 279.948 feet to an iron 30.005 feet along said BOC South 41 degrees 40 minutes 51 seconds East 41.258 feet (L70); Thence run North 63 said BOC (L16); Thence run Thence run North 76 degrees feet along said EOP (L35); pin set; North 00 degrees 27 (L16); Thence run North 46 02 seconds West 47.572 feet along said BOC (L52); Thence degrees 57 minutes 43 secNorth 46 degrees 11 minutes 43 minutes 06 seconds West Thence run South 07 degrees minutes 03 seconds East degrees 11 minutes 38 sec- along said EOP (L34); Thence run South 88 degrees 24 min- onds East 19.756 feet along 38 seconds West 36.103 feet 14.063 feet along said EOP 57 minutes 10 seconds West along the West right of way onds West 36.103 feet along run South 23 degrees 45 min- utes 30 seconds East 39.162 said EOP (L71); Thence run along said BOC (L17); Thence (L26); Thence run North 42 32.635 feet along said EOP line of said Highway 129.551 said BOC (L17); Thence run utes 57 seconds West 41.792 feet along said BOC (L53); North 71 degrees 04 minutes run North 60 degrees 11 degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- (L36); Thence run West feet to an iron pin set for the North 60 degrees 11 minutes feet along said EOP (L35); Thence run South 83 degrees 22 seconds East 16.842 feet minutes 21 seconds West onds West 38.929 feet along 27.857 feet along said EOP Point of Beginning for this 21 seconds West 51.953 feet Thence run South 07 degrees 40 minutes 47 seconds East along said EOP (L72); Thence 51.953 feet along said BOC said EOP (L27); Thence run (L37) to the point of begineasement; Thence run North along said BOC (L18); Thence 57 minutes 10 seconds West 22.226 feet along said BOC run North 77 degrees 30 (L18); Thence run North 79 North 53 degrees 30 minutes ning, containing 3.876 acres, 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 run North 79 degrees 25 32.635 feet along said EOP (L54); Thence run South 76 minutes 58 seconds East degrees 25 minutes 22 sec- 18 seconds West 36.637 feet more or less. seconds West 45.537 feet minutes 22 seconds West (L36); Thence run West degrees 19 minutes 45 sec- 16.961 feet along said EOP onds West 39.890 feet along along said EOP (L28); Thence along the back of a curb 39.890 feet along said BOC 27.857 feet along said EOP onds East 21.222 feet along (L73); Thence run North 84 said BOC (L19); Thence run run North 67 degrees 50 EASEMENT: (BOC) (L1); Thence run (L19); Thence run South 87 (L37); Thence run South 01 said BOC (L55); Thence run degrees 10 minutes 36 secSouth 87 degrees 52 minutes minutes 11 seconds West North 83 degrees 11 minutes degrees 52 minutes 39 sec- degrees 39 minutes 33 sec- South 68 degrees 33 minutes onds East 20.548 feet along 39 seconds West 44.248 feet 27.473 feet along said An easement for egress and 08 seconds West 17.010 feet onds West 44.248 feet along onds West 32.112 feet along 34 seconds East 24.698 feet said EOP (L74); Thence run along said BOC (L20); Thence EOP(L29); Thence run North ingress: Commencing at the along said BOC (L2); Thence said BOC (L20); Thence run said EOP (L38); Thence run along said BOC (L56); Thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes run South 73 degrees 50 min- 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 Southwest Corner of the run North 74 degrees 48 South 73 degrees 50 minutes North 89 degrees 59 minutes run South 55 degrees 58 min- 22 seconds East 20.207 feet utes 43 seconds West 36.031 seconds West 46.691 feet Northeast Quarter of the minutes 32 seconds West 43 seconds West 36.031 feet 13 seconds East 44.562 feet utes 51 seconds East 20.732 along said EOP (L75); Thence feet along said BOC (L21); along said EOP (L30); Thence Southeast Quarter of Section 14.076 feet along said BOC along said BOC (L21); Thence to a point on the back of a feet along said BOC (L57); run South 81 degrees 12 minThence run South 60 degrees run South 89 degrees 54 min- 33, Township 2 South, Range (L3); Thence run North 62 run South 60 degrees 16 min- curb BOC (L39); Thence run Thence run South 50 degrees utes 16 seconds East 19.008 16 minutes 52 seconds West utes 03 seconds West 82.019 7 East, Alcorn County, Missisdegrees 11 minutes 08 sec- utes 52 seconds West 41.328 North 09 degrees 30 minutes 13 minutes 31 seconds East feet along said EOP (L76); 41.328 feet along said BOC feet along said EOP (L31); sippi, said point being an eight onds West 18.922 feet along feet along said BOC (L22); 03 seconds West 16.003 feet 13.260 feet along said BOC Thence run South 74 degrees (L22); Thence run South 46 Thence run South 79 degrees inch diameter creosote post; said BOC (L4); Thence run Thence run South 46 degrees along said BOC (L40); Thence (L58); Thence run South 44 20 minutes 05 seconds East degrees 49 minutes 21 sec- 43 minutes 27 seconds West Thence run North 89 degrees North 59 degrees 47 minutes 49 minutes 21 seconds West run North 02 degrees 23 degrees 07 minutes 52 sec- 18.574 feet along said EOP onds West 35.586 feet along 45.616 feet along said EOP 58 minutes 42 seconds East 10 seconds West 23.730 feet 35.586 feet along said BOC minutes 38 seconds West onds East 22.728 feet along (L77); Thence run South 64 said BOC (L23); Thence run (L32); Thence run South 64 along a wire fence and tree along said BOC (L5); Thence (L23); Thence run South 37 16.323 feet along said BOC said BOC (L59); Thence run degrees 32 minutes 40 secSouth 37 degrees 58 minutes degrees 29 minutes 01 sec- line 1296.376 (1296.107) feet run North 65 degrees 55 degrees 58 minutes 03 sec- (L41); Thence run North 04 South 37 degrees 19 minutes onds East 25.394 feet along 03 seconds West 49.212 feet onds West 46.293 feet along to a concrete right of way minutes 45 seconds West onds West 49.212 feet along degrees 36 minutes 37 sec- 45 seconds East 17.438 feet said EOP (L78); Thence run along said BOC to the end of said EOP (L33); Thence run marker on the West right of 31.044 feet along said BOC said BOC to the end of said onds East 15.538 feet along along said BOC (L60); Thence South 56 degrees 06 minutes said curb (L24); Thence run South 41 degrees 40 minutes way line of U.S. Highway 45 (L6); Thence run North 78 curb (L24); Thence run South said BOC (L42); Thence run run South 19 degrees 13 min- 49 seconds East 21.765 feet South 65 degrees 32 minutes 02 seconds West 47.572 feet South; Thence run North 00 degrees 41 minutes 26 sec- 65 degrees 32 minutes 33 North 11 degrees 11 minutes utes 20 seconds East 20.750 along said EOP (L79); Thence 33 seconds West 17.631 feet along said EOP (L34); Thence degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds West 27.280 feet along seconds West 17.631 feet 40 seconds East 14.413 feet feet along said BOC (L61); run South 46 degrees 43 minalong the edge of asphalt run South 23 degrees 45 min- onds East along the West said BOC (L7); Thence run along the edge of asphalt along said BOC (L43); Thence Thence run South 11 degrees utes 08 seconds East 33.890 pavement ( E O P ) ( L 2 5 ) ; utes 57 seconds West 41.792 right of way line of said High( E O P ) ( L 2 5 ) ; run North 19 degrees 16 15 minutes 31 seconds East feet along said EOP (L80); North 87 degrees 35 minutes p a v e m e n t Thence run North 76 degrees feet along said EOP (L35); way 279.948 feet to an iron 01 seconds West 39.546 feet Thence run North 76 degrees minutes 28 seconds East 16.199 feet along said BOC Thence run South 36 degrees 43 minutes 06 seconds West Thence run South 07 degrees pin set; North 00 degrees 27 along said BOC (L8); Thence 43 minutes 06 seconds West 20.101 feet along said BOC (L62); Thence run East 28.181 54 minutes 21 seconds East 14.063 feet along said EOP 57 minutes 10 seconds West minutes 03 seconds East run South 89 degrees 40 min- 14.063 feet along said EOP (L44); Thence run North 28 feet to the edge of asphalt 29.020 feet along said EOP (L26); Thence run North 42 32.635 feet along said EOP along the West right of way utes 29 seconds West (L26); Thence run North 42 degrees 00 minutes 29 sec- pavement (EOP) (L63); (L81); Thence run South 29 degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- (L36); Thence run West line of said Highway 129.551 238.920 feet along said BOC degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- onds East 18.266 feet along Thence run North 12 degrees degrees 53 minutes 18 seconds West 38.929 feet along 27.857 feet along said EOP feet to an iron pin set for the (L9); Thence run South 83 onds West 38.929 feet along said BOC (L45); Thence run 55 minutes 26 seconds East onds East 10.362 feet along said EOP (L27); Thence run (L37) to the point of begin- Point of Beginning for this degrees 44 minutes 12 sec- said EOP (L27); Thence run North 36 degrees 50 minutes 25.476 feet along said EOP said EOP (L82); Thence run North 53 degrees 30 minutes ning, containing 3.876 acres, easement; Thence run North onds West 25.221 feet along North 53 degrees 30 minutes 36 seconds East 21.132 feet (L64); Thence run North 24 South 08 degrees 44 minutes 18 seconds West 36.637 feet more or less. 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 said BOC (L10); Thence run 18 seconds West 36.637 feet along said BOC (L46); Thence degrees 18 minutes 12 sec- 21 seconds East 49.624 feet along said EOP (L28); Thence seconds West 45.537 feet South 72 degrees 46 minutes along said EOP (L28); Thence run North 46 degrees 33 onds East 18.568 feet along along said EOP (L83); Thence run North 67 degrees 50 EASEMENT: along the back of a curb 45 seconds West 23.639 feet run North 67 degrees 50 minutes 44 seconds East said EOP (L65); Thence run run East 36.240 feet to a minutes 11 seconds West (BOC) (L1); Thence run along said BOC (L11); Thence minutes 11 seconds West 22.198 feet along said BOC North 30 degrees 11 minutes point on the back of a curb 27.473 feet along said An easement for egress and North 83 degrees 11 minutes run South 60 degrees 31 min- 27.473 feet along said (L47); Thence run North 60 15 seconds East 20.707 feet (BOC) (L84); Thence run EOP(L29); Thence run North ingress: Commencing at the 08 seconds West 17.010 feet utes 38 seconds West 30.165 EOP(L29); Thence run North degrees 41 minutes 10 sec- along said EOP (L66); Thence North 12 degrees 23 minutes 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 Southwest Corner of the along said BOC (L2); Thence feet along said BOC (L12); 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 onds East 20.872 feet along run North 37 degrees 10 34 seconds East 13.406 feet seconds West 46.691 feet Northeast Quarter of the run North 74 degrees 48 Thence run South 53 degrees seconds West 46.691 feet said BOC (L48); Thence run minutes 14 seconds East along said BOC (L85); Thence along said EOP (L30); Thence Southeast Quarter of Section minutes 32 seconds West 10 minutes 11 seconds West along said EOP (L30); Thence North 68 degrees 40 minutes 25.894 feet along said EOP run North 21 degrees 34 run South 89 degrees 54 min- 33, Township 2 South, Range 14.076 feet along said BOC 35.427 feet along said BOC run South 89 degrees 54 min- 19 seconds East 21.825 feet (L67); Thence run North 44 minutes 51 seconds East utes 03 seconds West 82.019 7 East, Alcorn County, Missis- (L3); Thence run North 62 (L13); Thence run South 75 utes 03 seconds West 82.019 along said BOC (L49); Thence degrees 14 minutes 48 sec- 19.625 feet along said BOC feet along said EOP (L31); sippi, said point being an eight degrees 11 minutes 08 secdegrees 59 minutes 47 sec- feet along said EOP (L31); run North 76 degrees 46 onds East 21.326 feet along (L86); Thence run North 32 Thence run South 79 degrees inch diameter creosote post; onds West 18.922 feet along onds West 18.681 feet along Thence run South 79 degrees minutes 23 seconds East said EOP (L68); Thence run degrees 43 minutes 46 sec43 minutes 27 seconds West Thence run North 89 degrees said BOC (L4); Thence run said BOC (L14); Thence run 43 minutes 27 seconds West 21.488 feet along said BOC North 50 degrees 37 minutes onds East 14.338 feet along 45.616 feet along said EOP 58 minutes 42 seconds East North 59 degrees 47 minutes saidHere’s BOC (L87); seconds East 11.808 run North 45.616 feet truck, along said North 67 degrees 21Put minutes your automobile, SUV, EOP boat, (L50); tractor,Thence motorcycle, RV &84ATV38here for $39.95 UNTILfeet SOLD! How ItThence Works:run (L32); Thence run South 64 along a wire fence and tree 10 seconds West 23.730 feet 49 seconds West 18.681 feet (L32); Thence run South 64 degrees 04 minutes 37 sec- along said EOP (L69); Thence North 42 degrees 25 minutes degrees 29 minutes 01 sec- line 1296.376 (1296.107) feet along said BOC (L5); Thence Your ad will be composed 1 column 2 inches The ad run each day in the31Daily Corinthian yourfeet 50 seconds Eastuntil 16.644 Thence runwill North 56 degrees ondsand East 20.824 deep. feet along degrees 29 minutes 01 sec-wide along said BOC (L15); onds West 46.293 feet along to a concrete right of way run North 65 degrees 55 run North 35 degrees 27 onds West 46.293 feet along said BOC (L51); Thence run minutes 19 seconds East along said BOC (L88); Thence vehicle sells. Ad must include photo, description, and price. You provide the photo. Certain restrictions apply. said EOP (L33); Thence run marker on the West right of minutes 45 seconds West minutes 36 seconds West said EOP (L33); Thence run North 87 degrees 46 minutes 18.537 feet along said EOP run North 51 degrees 04 South 41 degrees 40 minutes way line of U.S. Highway 45 31.044 feet along said BOC minutes seconds East 30.005 feet along said1.BOC Thence run4.North 51 seconds feet (L70); South 412.degrees 40 minutes only No dealers. Non-commercial 3. MustEast pay 41.258 in advance. No exceptions. Single63item only. 5.33Categories 02 seconds West 47.572 feet South; Thence run North 00 (L6); Thence run North 78 (L16); Thence run North 46 02 seconds West 47.572 feet along said BOC (L52); Thence degrees 57 minutes 43 sec- 13.937 feet along said BOC along said EOP (L34); Thence degrees 23 minutes 13 sec- degrees 41 minutes 26 secincluded are auto, motorcycle, tractor. boat, RV and ATV 6. After every 30 DAYS, advertised price of listing needs to be 61 degrees 11 minutes 38 sec- along said EOP (L34); Thence run South 88 degrees 24 min- onds East 19.756 feet along (L89); Thence run North run South 23 degrees 45 min- onds East along the West onds West 27.280 feet along degrees 06 minutes 11 seconds West 36.103 feet along run said EOP (L71); Thence run utes 30 seconds East 39.162 South 23 degrees 45 minreduced. 7. NO REFUNDS for any reason 8. NON-TRANSFERABLE. Call 287-6147 to place your ad! utes 57 seconds West 41.792 right of way line of said High- said BOC (L7); Thence run said BOC (L17); Thence run utes 57 seconds West 41.792 feet along said BOC (L53); North 71 degrees 04 minutes onds East 22.702 feet along feet along said EOP (L35); way 279.948 feet to an iron North 87 degrees 35 minutes North 60 degrees 11 minutes feet along said EOP (L35); Thence run South 83 degrees 22 seconds East 16.842 feet said BOC (L90);Thence run Thence run South 07 degrees pin set; North 00 degrees 27 01 seconds West 39.546 feet 21 seconds West 51.953 feet (L72); Thence North 72 degrees Thence run South 07 degrees 864 864 816 40 minutes 47 seconds 832 45 minutes 832East along said EOP 832 470 03 seconds East along868 57 minutes 10 seconds West minutes868 said BOC (L8); Thence seconds East 19.877 feet along said BOC (L18); Thence 57 minutes 10 seconds West 22.226 feet along said BOC run North 77 degrees 30 33MOTORCYCLES/ TRUCKS/VANS RECREATIONAL TRUCKS/VANS MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ along the West right of way 32.635FARM/LAWN/ feet along said EOP AUTOMOBILES run South 89 degrees 40 minAUTOMOBILES run North 79 degrees 25 32.635 feet along VEHICLES said EOP (L54); Thence run South 76 minutes 58 seconds East along said BOC (L91); Thence (L36); Thence EQUIP. run West line of said Highway 129.551 utes 29 seconds West SUV’S SUV’S GARDEN ATV’S ATV’S ATV’S 83 degrees 32 minutes 22 seconds West (L36); Thence run West degrees 19 minutes said EOP run North 45 sec- 16.961 feet along 27.857 feet along said EOP feet to an iron pin set for the 238.920 feet along said BOC 39.890 feet along said BOC 27.857 feet along said EOP onds East 21.222 feet along (L73); Thence run North 84 minutes 14 seconds East D D (L37) to the point of begin- Point of Beginning for this (L9); Thence run South 83 CE CE DU DU RE Thence run degrees 10 minutes 36 sec- 19.506 feet along said BOC (L19); Thence run RE South 87 (L37); Thence run South 01 said BOC (L55); ning, containing 3.876 acres, easement; Thence run North degrees 44 minutes 12 secdegrees 52 minutes 39 sec- degrees 39 minutes 33 sec- South 68 degrees 33 minutes onds East 20.548 feet along (L92); Thence run North 89 1979 FORD 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 onds West 25.221 feet along more or less. onds West 44.248 feet along onds West 32.112 feet along 34 seconds East 24.698 feet said EOP (L74); Thence run degrees 40 minutes 29 secLTD IIWest SPORT seconds 45.537 feet said BOC (L10); Thence run said BOC (L20); Thence run said EOP (L38); Thence run along said BOC (L56); Thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes onds East 238.524 feet along EASEMENT: along LANDAU the back of a curb South 72 degrees 46 minutes South 73 degrees 50 minutes North 89 degrees 59 minutes run South 55 degrees 58 min- 22 seconds East 20.207 feet said BOC (L93); Thence run (BOC) (L1); Thence run 45 seconds West 23.639 feet 43 seconds West 36.031 feet 13 seconds East 44.562 feet utes 51 seconds East 20.732 along said EOP (L75); Thence South 87 degrees 34 minutes Exc. 83 cond. inside 2004 KAWASAKI An easement2009 for egress and North degrees 11 minutes ALMOST along said GMC NEW,BOC PS, PB,(L11); Thence along said BOC (L21); 2006 HARLEY to YUKON a point on the back of a feet along said‘03 Thence BOC (L57); run South 81 degrees 12 min- 45 seconds East 37.648 feet DUALSouth AIR, REMOTE ingress:CRAFTSMAN Commencing at the 08&seconds West 17.010 feet run 60 degrees 31 minMULE out. Mechani& out,(L39); Thence run Thence run South 50 degrees utes 16 seconds East 19.008 along said BOC (L94); Thence curb BOC run South 16 cond. min- inside 142,000 miles,60 degreesExc. ENTRY, REMOTE START, Southwest of the along said BOC (L2); Thence FOG utes 38 seconds 3010 Model #KAF650E, LAWNCorner MOWER LIGHTS, DRL, STEELWest 30.165 utes 52 seconds West106k North 09 degrees 30 minutes 13 minutes 31 HERITAGE 41.328 seconds East feet along said EOP (L76); run South 80 degrees 24 mincally sound cond. miles, 3rd row loaded, exc. condition. 1854 hrs., bench seat, utes 55 seconds East 16.931 Northeast Quarter of the run North 74 degrees 48 WHEELS, feet along said BOC (L12); 30 ft., with slide out feet along said BOC Thence run TILT, CRUISE, 03 seconds West 16.003 feet feet along said BOC (L22); South 74 degrees 13.260 T4500, 54” cut, SOFTTAIL seat, garage kept, front seats, only West CONSOLE, tilt bed, 4 WD & Southeast Quarter of Section Leather minutes 32 seconds Thence COMPUTER, run South 53 degrees & built-in TV antenna, along said BOC (L40); Thence Thence run South 46 degrees 20 minutes 05 seconds East feet along said BOC (L95); (L58); Thence run South 44 APPX. 35 MPG, AM/FM CD, 26 HP Kohler eng., windshield, well exc. cond., & rear A/C,tow pkg., 33, Township 2 South, Range 14.076 feet along said BOC 10 minutes 11 seconds West 98,000 mi reg. LOW MILES, 100K MILE 23 miles. 49 minutes 21 seconds West run North 02 degrees along degrees 07 minutes 52 sec- 18.574 feet 2 TV’s, 7400 maintained.said GreatEOP for Thence run South 72 degrees 7 East, Alcornstart, County, Missis- (L3); Thence run North 62 35.427 feetSELL. along said BOC electric 61 hrs. WARR., MUST loaded minutes 38 seconds West onds East 22.728 feet along (L77); Thence 35.586 feet along said BOC run South 64 03 minutes 33 seconds East farm or hunting. $6500. sippi, said point being an eight degrees 11 minutes 08 sec- (L13); Thence run South 75 (L23); Thence run South 37 16.323 feet along said BOC said BOC (L59); degrees 32 minutes 40 sec- 21.621 feet along said BOC Thence run 662-462-7158 home inch diameter creosote post; onds West 18.922 feet along degrees 59 minutes 47 sec731-212-9659 degrees 58 minutes 03 sec- (L41); Thence run North 04 South 37 degrees 19 minutes onds East 25.394 feet along (L96); Thence run South 54 call Iuka. Thence662-603-1485 run North 89 degrees said BOC (L4); Thence run onds West 18.681 feet along 731-607-6699 onds West 49.212 feet662-286-1732 along degrees 36 minutes 37 sec- 45 secondsorEast said EOP 731-212-9661. (L78); Thence run degrees 44 minutes 16 sec17.438 feet cell 662-415-9121 58 minutes 42 seconds East North 59 degrees 47 minutes said BOC (L14); Thence run said BOC to the end of said onds East 15.538 feet along along said BOC (L60); Thence South 56 degrees 06 minutes onds East 19.981 feet along along a wire fence and tree 10 seconds West 23.730 feet North 67 degrees 21 minutes D CE DU Thence run run South 19 degrees 13 min- 49 seconds East 21.765 feet said BOC (L97); Thence run curb (L24); Thence run South said BOC (L42);RE line 1296.376 (1296.107) feet along said BOC (L5); Thence 49 seconds West 18.681 feet 65 degrees 32 minutes 33 North 11 degrees 11 minutes utes 20 seconds East 20.750 along said EOP (L79); Thence South 46 degrees 35 minutes to a concrete right of way run North 65 degrees 55 along said BOC (L15); Thence seconds West 17.631 feet 40 seconds East 14.413 feet feet along said BOC (L61); run South 46 degrees 43 min- 59 seconds East 18.569 feet marker on the West right of minutes 45 seconds West run North 35 degrees 27 along the edge of asphalt along said BOC (L43); Thence Thence run South 11 degrees utes 08 seconds East 33.890 along said BOC (L98); Thence way line of U.S. Highway 45 31.044 feet along said BOC minutes 36 seconds West 750-FRONT SouthHONDA 38 degrees 18 minpavement ( E O P ) ( L 2 5 ) ; run North 19 degrees 16 15 minutes 31 seconds East feet along said EOP (L80); run 1980 South; Thence run North 00 (L6); Thence run North 78 30.005 feet along said BOC 2007 Franklin pull feet along said BOC Thence run South 36 degrees utes (TRI) 46 seconds East 10.037 East 16.199 Thence run North 76 degrees minutes 28 seconds 4-CYC. VOLKSWAGON degrees 23 minutes 13 sec- degrees 41 minutes 26 sec- (L16); Thence run North 46 YAMAHA BOC (L99); 28.181 54 minutes 21 seconds East feet along said BOC 43 minutes 06 seconds West 20.101 feet alongcamper, (L62); run East 36’, lots of Thence2003 MTR.,said GOOD TIRES, onds East along the West onds West 27.280 feet along degrees 11 minutes 38 sec14.063 feet along said EOP (L44); Thence run North 28 feet to the edge of asphalt 29.020 feet along said EOP Thence run South 32 degrees V-STAR right of way line of said High- said BOC (L7); Thence run onds West 36.103 feet along space, 2 A/C units, 2 $6500 OR TRADE (L26); Thence run North 42 degrees 00 minutes 29 sec- pavement (EOP) (L63); (L81); Thence run windshield, South 29 49 minutes 16 seconds East saddle bags, extended cab, 3rd way 279.948 an -iron North 87 degrees 35 minutes said BOC (L17); Thence run , too many 61” ZEROfeet TURNto , COM 1979feet CHEVY 1 TONsaid DUMPBOC along Thence run North 12 degrees degrees new feetouts, along2 doors, degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- onds East 18.266slide 53 minutes 18 secCLASSIC battery & new tires 9.636 North 60 degrees 11 minutes pin set; North 00 degrees 27 01 seconds West 39.546 feet MERCIAL, 28 HP KOEextrasonds to list, good Thence$3500 run South 25 seconds Eastreal saidrider, BOC (L45); Thence run 55 minutes 26 West 38.929 feetdoor, alonglow onds East 10.362 feet along (L100); TRUCK, looks & rides shower & tub, 20’ 21 seconds West 51.953 feet minutes 03 seconds East along said BOC (L8); Thence HLER, 45 HOURS, NEW 26HARRIS minutes EOP said EOP $ North EOP van, (L27); Thence run 2.2 (L82); Thence run degreesJ.C. travelsaid or work 700 32 sec5-spd., ltr.,364 degrees 50 minutes 25.476 feet along said along the West right of way run Southactual 89 degrees good! 24 South 08 degrees 44 minutes onds East 85,000 miles, 40 min- along said BOC (L18); Thence North 53 degrees 30 minutes 36 seconds Eastawning, 16.785 feet along (L64); Thence run North 21.132 full feetkitchen, TRENCHER, 25 trade or sell. line of said $7900 Highway 129.551 utes 29 seconds West run North 79 degrees will cyl., runs great, 662-287-1579 or said BOC (L101); Thence run Thence degrees 18 minutes 12 sec- 21 seconds 18 seconds West 36.637 feet along said BOC (L46); East 49.624 feet W&D, $13,000. feet to662-728-3193 an iron pin set for the 238.920 feet along said BOC minutes 22 seconds West $4000. feet along said along said EOP (L28); Thence run North 46 degrees 33 onds East 18.568 feet along along said662-415-6205 EOP (L83); Thence East 45.474 39.890 feet along said BOC Point of Beginning for this (L9); Thence run South 83 662-286-9476 or Thence run run North 67 degrees 50 minutes 44 seconds East said EOP (L65); Thence run run East 36.240 feet to a BOCCall(L102); 662-423-6872 804 run North degrees 44 minutes 12 sec- (L19); Thence run South 87 easement; Thence leave message 662-603-4786 662-287-1834. degrees 44 minutes said BOC North 30 degrees 11 minutes point on the back of a curb Northor39 minutes 11 seconds 662-415-6262. West 22.198 feet along662-415-8549 662-603-5372 662-660-3433 88 degrees 12 minutes 51 onds West 25.221 feet along degrees 52 minutes 39 secBOATS 27.473 feet along said (L47); Thence run North 60 15 seconds East 20.707 feet (BOC) (L84); Thence run 00 seconds East 8.405 feet seconds West 45.537 feet said BOC (L10); Thence run onds West 44.248 feet along EOP(L29); Thence run North degrees 41 minutes 10 sec- along said EOP (L66); Thence North 12 degrees 23 minutes along said BOC (L103); along the back of a curb South 72 degrees 46 minutes said BOC (L20); Thence run 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 onds East 20.872 feet along run North 37 degrees 10 34 seconds East 13.406 feet Thence run North 54 degrees (BOC) (L1); Thence run 45 seconds West 23.639 feet South 73 degrees 50 minutes seconds West 46.691 feet said BOC (L48); Thence run minutes 14 seconds East along said BOC (L85); Thence 43 minutes 25 seconds East North 83 degrees 11 minutes along said BOC (L11); Thence 43 seconds West 36.031 feet along said EOP (L30); Thence North 68 degrees 40 minutes 25.894 feet along said EOP run North 21 degrees 34 7.326 feet along said BOC 08 seconds West 17.010 feet run South 60 degrees 31 min- along said BOC (L21); Thence Wildcat (L67); Thence run North 44 minutes 51 seconds East (L104); Thence run North 65 21.825 feet run South 89 degrees 54 min- 19 seconds East 2006 run South 60 degrees 16 minalong said BOC (L2); Thence utes 38 seconds West 30.165 '03 CHEVY ALUMA CRAFT degrees 14 minutes 48 sec- 19.625 feet along said BOC degrees 27 minutes 54 secThence utes 03 seconds West 82.019 along said BOC (L49); 5th wheel 30 ft. run North 74 degrees 48 feet along said BOC (L12); utes 52 seconds West 41.328 2006 YAMAHA onds East 21.326 feet along (L86); Thence 14’ BOAT, 40 H.P. feet along said EOP (L31); run North 76 degrees run NorthFZI 32 onds East 5.203 feet along camper, 46 2 slides, minutes 32 seconds West Thence run South 53 degrees feet along said BOC (L22);SILVERADO, BOC (L105); Thence run reworked, 46 sec- saidCompletely said EOP (L68); Thence run degrees 433kminutes East ext., Thence run South 79 degrees minutes 23 seconds miles, adult fiberglass black,43 quadra steer 1985 GMC 14.076Johnson, feet alongtrolling said BOC 10 minutes 11 seconds West Thence run South 46 degrees new EVOE, 75 degrees 57 minutes minutes 27 seconds West 21.488 feet along said BOC North 50 degrees 37 minutes onds East 14.338 feet along Northbrand Screaming mtr., good awning, holding (L3); Thence run cond., North 62 35.427 feet along said BOC 49 minutes 21 seconds West owned, corbin 80 cu. in., 1300 mi. feet (4-wheel steering), Custom Deluxe Thence run North 84 38 seconds East 11.808 feet said BOC (L87); Thence run 12 seconds East 6.394 45.616 feet along said EOP (L50); degreesincludes 11 minutes 08 sec- (L13); Thence run South 75 35.586 feet along said BOC tanks, full sofa new wheels/tires, trailer, Eagle along said BOC (L106); degrees 25 minutes (L69);exhaust, Thence North 42 seat, degrees 04 minutes 37 sec- along said EOP (L32); Thence run South 64 selling due LT, 80k miles, work truck, heavy pipesrun & paint. Divorce onds $1200 West 18.922 along degrees 59 minutes 47 sec- (L23); Thence run South 37 refrig., obo feet or will North 86 degrees runmi-North only 56 degrees 31 50 seconds East 16.644 feet Thence feet along degrees 29 minutes 01 sec- onds East 20.824sleeper, Sale. Over $13,000 7K miles, to health reasons, leather, tow secsaid BOC (L4); Thence run onds West 18.681 feet along degrees 58 minutes 03 loaded, duty bed, glass 45 seconds East minutes 19 seconds East along said BOC (L88); Thence 47 minutes saidestate BOC (L51); cro., Thence runshower, onds West 46.293 feet along trade. 731-610invested. North 59 degrees 47 minutes said BOC (L14); Thence run onds West 49.212 feet along sleeps 6, feet along package, ext. cab. like owner.04 6.796 feet along said BOC property, $1300. 51 degrees 18.537 saidnew, EOP run Northoriginal 87 degreesrecliner, 46 minutes run North 8901West or email for feet North 67 degrees 21 minutes said BOC to the end of said said EOP (L33); Thence 10 seconds 23.730 North 87 seconds East 41.258 feet (L70); Thence run North 63 minutes 33 seconds East (L107); Thence run obo South 41 degrees 40287-5549 minutes 51between $13,000 OBO. $18,500 along said BOC pics(L5); to Thence 49 seconds West 18.681 feet curb (L24); Thence run South 02 seconds West 47.572 feet along said BOC (L52); Thence degrees 57 minutes 43 sec- 13.937 feet along said BOC degrees 44 minutes 20 secBOC (L15); Thence 65 degrees 32 minutes 33 run North 65 degrees 55 along said 9am-5pm. 662-223-0056. 662-415-8135 aylasisco@gmail.com 662-415-9007. feet along (L89); Thence run North 61 onds East 9.807 feet along 24 min- onds East 19.756 along said EOP (L34); Thence run South 88 degrees minutes 45 seconds West run North 35 degrees 27 seconds West 17.631 feet run South 23 degrees 45 min- utes 30 seconds East 39.162 said EOP (L71); Thence run degrees 06 minutes 11 sec- said BOC to the west right of 31.044 feet along said BOC minutes 36 seconds West along the edge of asphalt utes 57 seconds West 41.792 feet along said BOC (L53); North 71 degrees 04 minutes onds East 22.702 feet along way line of US Highway 45 (EOP)(L25); (L6); Thence run North 78 30.005 feet along said BOC p a v e m e n t feet along said EOP (L35); Thence run South 83 degrees 22 seconds East 16.842 feet said BOC (L90);Thence run (L108); Thence run North 00 degrees 41 minutes 26 sec- (L16); Thence run North 46 Thence run North 76 degrees Thence run South 07 degrees 40 minutes 47 seconds East along said EOP (L72); Thence North 72 degrees 45 minutes degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds West 27.280 feet along degrees 11 minutes 38 sec- 43 minutes 06 seconds West 57 minutes 10 seconds West 22.226 feet along said BOC run North 77 degrees 30 33 seconds East 19.877 feet onds East 29.230 feet to the said BOC (L7); Thence run onds West 36.103 feet along 14.063 feet along said EOP 32.635 feet along said EOP (L54); Thence run South 76 minutes 58 seconds East along said BOC (L91); Thence point of beginning of this North 87 degrees 35 minutes said BOC (L17); Thence run (L26); Thence run North 42 (L36); Thence run West degrees 19 minutes 45 sec- 16.961 feet along said EOP run North 83 degrees 32 easement (L109). 2006 FORD 01 seconds West 39.546 feet North 60 degrees 11 minutes degrees 26 minutes 10 sec27.857 feet along said EOP onds East 21.222 feet along (L73); Thence run North 84 minutes 14 seconds East along said BOC (L8); Thence 21 seconds West 51.953 feet onds West 38.929 feet along EXPLORER (L37); Thence run South 01 said BOC (L55); Thence run degrees 10 minutes 36 sec- 19.506 feet along said BOC run South 89 degrees 40 min- along said BOC (L18); Thence said EOP (L27); Thence run WHITE, EDDIE Although the title to said onds East 20.548 feet along (L92); Thence run North 89 68 degrees 33 minutes degrees 39 minutes 33 sec- South GOLF CART utes 29 seconds West run North 79 degrees 25 North 53 degrees 30 minutes believed to be said w/ EOP (L74); Thence run degrees 40 minutes 29 sec- property seconds East Very 24.698 feetcond. onds West 32.112 feet BAUER along 34EDIWITHis EXTRAS, good minutes 22 seconds West 18 seconds West 36.637 feet 238.92070 feet along said BOC HP Mercury, I willLESS sell and convey along said BOC (L56); Thence South 88 degrees 22 minutes onds East 238.524 feet along good, said EOP (L38); Thence run TION, 42K MILES BLUE, THAN charger, 48 22 volt, (L9); Thence run South 83 39.890 feet along said BOC along said EOP (L28); Thence seconds East 20.207 feet said BOC (L93); Thence run only such title in said proprunEXC. South 55 degrees 58 minNorth 89 degrees 59 minutes 4 seats, trolling LOADED, degrees 44 minutes 12 sec- (L19); Thence run South 87 run North 67 degrees 50 good batteries, 1500 MILES, utes 51 seconds East 20.732 along said EOP (L75); Thence South 87 degrees 34 minutes erty as is vested in me as Submotor,feet along degrees 52 minutes 39 sec- minutes 11 seconds West 13 seconds East 44.562 feet COND. onds West 25.221 to a point on the back of a feet along said BOC $2150 (L57); run South 81 degrees 12 min- 45 seconds East 37.648 feet stitute Trustee. said BOC (L10); Thence run onds West 44.248 feet along 27.473 feet along said curb BOC (L39); Thence run Thence run South 50 degrees utes 16 seconds East 19.008 along said BOC (L94); Thence 662-415-8180. South 72 degrees 46 minutes said BOC (L20); Thence run EOP(L29); Thence run North SIGNED, POSTED North 09 degrees 30662-423-3908 minutes 13 minutes 31 seconds East feet along said EOP (L76); run South 80 degrees 24 min45 seconds West 23.639 feet South 73 degrees 50 minutes 80 degrees 36 minutes 18 662-287-5413. 03 seconds West 16.003423-8829 feet 13.260 feet along said BOC Thence run South 74 degrees utes 55 seconds East 16.931 AND PUBLISHED on this along said BOC (L11); Thence 43 seconds West 36.031 feet seconds West 46.691 feet 832 along said BOC (L40); Thence (L58); Thence run South 44 20 minutes 05 seconds East feet along said BOC (L95); the 8th day of May, 2012. said EOP (L30); Thence run South 60 degrees 31 min- along said BOC (L21); Thence along864 MOTORCYCLES/ run North 02 degrees 23 along degrees 07 minutes 52 sec- 18.574 feet CEDsaid EOP Thence run South 72 degrees 816 REDU run South 60 degrees 16 minATV’S run South 89 degrees 54 minWest 30.165 utes 38 seconds 868 /s/ W. Jett Wilson minutes 38 seconds West onds East 22.728 feet along (L77); Thence run South 64 03 minutes 33 seconds East TRUCKS/VANS RECREATIONAL feet AUTOMOBILES along said BOC (L12); utes 52 seconds West 41.328 utes 03 seconds West 82.019 W. JETT WILSON 16.323 feet along said VEHICLES BOC said BOC (L59); Thence run degrees 32 minutes 40 sec- 21.621 feet along said BOC along said EOP (L31); Thence run South 53 degrees feet along said BOC (L22); feetSUV’S MSB# 7316 (L41); Thence run North 04 South 37 degrees 19 minutes onds East 25.394 feet along (L96); Thence run South 54 10 minutes 11 seconds West Thence run South 46 degrees Thence run South 79 degrees SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE degrees 36 minutes 37 sec- 45 seconds East 17.438 feet said EOP (L78); Thence run degrees 44 minutes 16 sec2000 Custom 35.427 feet along said BOC 49 minutes 21 seconds West 43 minutes 27 seconds West WILSON & HINTON, P.A. onds East 15.538 feet along along said BOC (L60); Thence South 56 degrees 06 minutes onds East 19.981 feet along (L13); Thence run South 75 35.586 feet along said BOC 45.616 feet along said EOP Post Office Box 1257 Harley said BOC feet said BOC (L97); Thence run 1991 Ford(L42); Thence run run South 19 degrees 13 min- 49 seconds East 21.765 degrees 59 minutes 47 sec- (L23); Thence run South 37 (L32); Thence run South 64 Corinth, MS 38835 North 11 degrees 11 minutes utes 20 seconds East 20.750 along said EOP (L79); Thence South 46 degrees 35 minutes Davidson onds West 18.681 feet along degrees 58 minutes 03 sec- degrees 29 minutes 01 secEconoline (662) 286-3366 40 seconds East 14.413 feet feet along said BOC (L61); run South 46 degrees 43 min- 59 seconds East 18.569 feet 2000(L14); CHRYSLER said BOC Thence run onds West 49.212 feet along onds West 46.293 feet along Springdale Mtr. Trans.,along said BOC (L98); Thence Van, 48,000 along said BOC (L43);06 Thence East& 33.890 Thence run South 11 degrees utes 08 seconds said BOC to the end of said said EOP (L33); Thence run North 67 degrees 21 minutes SEBRING JXI, run North 16 15 minutes EOP Tires, (L80); run South 38 degrees 18 min- Publish 4 times: 30’ super slide 31 seconds East feet along said New miles, good19 degrees 49 seconds West 18.681 feet curb (L24); Thence run South South 41 degrees 40 minutes minutes 28 seconds East 16.199 feet along said BOC Thence run South 36 degrees utes 46 seconds East 10.037 May 8, May 15, May 22, May 30” ITP Mud Lights, BOC paint, (L15); Thence 65 degrees 32 minutes 33 02 seconds West 47.572 feet along saidnew full bedroom & Must cond., one 28.181 54 minutes 21 seconds See 20.101 feet along said BOC (L62); Thence run East “New” East feet along said BOC (L99); 29, 2012 run North 35 degrees 27 seconds West 17.631 feetINTERNATIONAL, along said EOP (L34); Thence 2600 13703 feet togas the edge of asphalt 29.020 feet along said EOP Thence runsound bunk (L44); Thence run North 28beds, Southbars, 32 degrees owner, serious new top, gold minutes 36 seconds West along the edge of asphalt run South 23 degrees 45 minCondition miles. (EOP) (L63); degrees 00 minutesor 29 elect. sec- pavement 49 minutes 16 seconds East (L81); Thence run South 29 Cat. engine fridge, 30.005 package, feet along said 662-415-8623 fullyBOC p a v e m e n t ( E O P ) ( L 2 5 ) ; utes 57 seconds West 41.792 interest. onds East 18.266 feet along Thence run North 12 degrees degrees 53 minutes 18 sec- 9.636 feet along said BOC (L16); Thence run North 46 Thence run North 76 degrees feet along said EOP (L35); $7000 vented minutes 26 seconds East onds East 10.362 said BOC (L45); Thence run 55 A/C, feet along (L100); Thence run South 25 or 287-8894 degrees 11 loaded minutes 38 sec- 43 minutes 06 seconds West Thence run South 07 degrees 215-666-1374 25.476 feet along said EOP said EOP (L82); Thence run degrees 26662-808-2900 North 36 degrees 50used minutesvery minutes 32 seclittle. onds West 36.103 feet along 14.063 feet along said EOP 57 minutes 10 seconds West287-5206. North 24 South 08 degrees 44 minutes onds East 16.785 feet along 36 seconds East 21.132 feet (L64); Thence run 662-665-0209 D $8000. said BOC (L17); Thence run RE (L26); run North 42 32.635 feet along said EOP DUCEThence along said BOC (L46); Thence degrees 18 minutes 12 sec- 21 seconds East 49.624 feet said BOC (L101); Thence run North662-665-6000 60 degrees 11 minutes degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- (L36); Thence run West run North 46 degrees 33 onds East 18.568 feet along along said EOP (L83); Thence East 45.474 feet along said 662-665-1278 21 seconds West 51.953 feet onds West 38.929 feet along 27.857 feet along said EOP minutes 44 seconds East said EOP (L65); Thence run run East 36.240 feet to a BOC (L102); Thence run along said BOC (L18); Thence said EOP (L27); Thence run (L37); Thence run South 01 22.198 feet along said BOC North 30 degrees 11 minutes point on the back of a curb North 39 degrees 44 minutes run North 79 degrees 25 North 53 degrees 30 minutes degrees 39 minutes 33 sec(L47); Thence run North 60 15 seconds East 20.707 feet (BOC) (L84); Thence run 00 seconds East 8.405 feet minutes 22 seconds West 18 seconds West 36.637 feet onds West 32.112 feet along degrees 41 minutes 10 sec- along said EOP (L66); Thence North 12 degrees 23 minutes along said BOC (L103); 39.890 feet along said BOC along said EOP (L28); Thence said EOP (L38); Thence run red with new tan 1999 CHEROKEE onds East 20.872 feet along run North 37 degrees 10 34 seconds East 13.406 feet Thence run North 54 degrees (L19); Thence run South 87 run North 67 degrees 50 North 89 degrees 59 minutes 2006said Rendezvous BOC (L48); Thence run minutes 14 seconds East along said BOC (L85); Thence 43 minutes 25 seconds East top, 5-speed, 4.6, West SPORT 4X4, degrees 52 minutes 39 sec- minutes 11 seconds 13 seconds East 44.562 feet Jayco Eagle 25.894 feet along said EOP run North 21 degrees 34 7.326 feet along said BOC North 68 degrees 402008 minutes Buick to a point on the back of a onds West 44.248 feet along 27.473 feet along said V-8, Cooper 17” black (L67); Thence run2007 North 44 19 seconds East 21.825 feet minutes 51 seconds East (L104); Thence run North 65 cyl.,BOC all works 5th Wheel (L39); Thence run said BOC (L20); Thence run EOP(L29); Thence run North6 curb 48 secalong said BOC Thence degrees 14 minutes 19.625 91,000 miles, gold,(L49); 38’, plastics & after feet along said BOC degrees 27 minutes 54 secruns36great, 4 slides, exc. Northexcept 09 degrees 30 minutes South 73 degrees 50 minutes 80tires, degrees minutes 18good for run North 76 degrees 46 onds East 21.326 feet along (L86); Thence run North 32 onds East 5.203 feet along 03 seconds West 16.003 feet 43 seconds West 36.031 feet seconds West 46.691 feet market parts. asking price said EOP (L68); Thence run degrees 43 minutes 46 sec- said BOC (L105); Thence run minutes 23 secondscond., East $28,000 said BOC (L40); Thence along said BOC (L21); Thence along said EOP (L30); Thence along A/C North 50 degrees 37 minutes onds East 14.338 feet along North 75 degrees 57 minutes 21.488 feet along said BOC firm. Trailer located $5200. run South 60 degrees 16 min- run South 89 degrees 54 min- run North 02 degrees 23 (L50); Thence run North 84 38 seconds East 11.808 feet said BOC (L87); Thence run 12 seconds East 6.394 feet in Counce, TN. utes 52 seconds West 41.328 utes 03 seconds West 82.019 minutes 38 seconds West 662-415-0333 or degrees 04 minutes 37 sec- along said EOP (L69); Thence North 42 degrees 25 minutes along said BOC (L106); feet along said BOC (L22); feet along said EOP (L31); 16.323 feet along said BOC onds East 20.824 feet 425-503-5467 along run North 56 degrees 31 50 seconds East 16.644 feet Thence run North 86 degrees 662-665-1143. Thence run South 46 degrees Thence run South 79 degrees (L41); Thence run North 04287-7424 said BOC (L51); Thence run minutes 19 seconds East along said BOC (L88); Thence 47 minutes 45 seconds East

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along said BOC (L85); Thence run North 21 degrees 34 minutes 51 seconds East 0955 Legals 19.625 feet along said BOC (L86); Thence run North 32 degrees 43 minutes 46 seconds East 14.338 feet along said BOC (L87); Thence run North 42 degrees 25 minutes 50 seconds East 16.644 feet along said BOC (L88); Thence run North 51 degrees 04 minutes 33 seconds East 13.937 feet along said BOC (L89); Thence run North 61 degrees 06 minutes 11 seconds East 22.702 feet along said BOC (L90);Thence run North 72 degrees 45 minutes 33 seconds East 19.877 feet along said BOC (L91); Thence run North 83 degrees 32 minutes 14 seconds East 19.506 feet along said BOC (L92); Thence run North 89 degrees 40 minutes 29 seconds East 238.524 feet along said BOC (L93); Thence run South 87 degrees 34 minutes 45 seconds East 37.648 feet along said BOC (L94); Thence run South 80 degrees 24 minutes 55 seconds East 16.931 feet along said BOC (L95); Thence run South 72 degrees 03 minutes 33 seconds East 21.621 feet along said BOC (L96); Thence run South 54 degrees 44 minutes 16 seconds East 19.981 feet along said BOC (L97); Thence run South 46 degrees 35 minutes 59 seconds East 18.569 feet along said BOC (L98); Thence run South 38 degrees 18 minutes 46 seconds East 10.037 feet along said BOC (L99); Thence run South 32 degrees 49 minutes 16 seconds East 9.636 feet along said BOC (L100); Thence run South 25 degrees 26 minutes 32 seconds East 16.785 feet along said BOC (L101); Thence run East 45.474 feet along said BOC (L102); Thence run North 39 degrees 44 minutes 00 seconds East 8.405 feet along said BOC (L103); Thence run North 54 degrees 43 minutes 25 seconds East 7.326 feet along said BOC (L104); Thence run North 65 degrees 27 minutes 54 seconds East 5.203 feet along said BOC (L105); Thence run North 75 degrees 57 minutes 12 seconds East 6.394 feet along said BOC (L106); Thence run North 86 degrees 47 minutes 45 seconds East 6.796 feet along said BOC (L107); Thence run North 87 degrees 44 minutes 20 seconds East 9.807 feet along said BOC to the west right of way line of US Highway 45 (L108); Thence run North 00 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East 29.230 feet to the point of beginning of this easement (L109).

Although the title to said property is believed to be good, I will sell and convey only such title in said property as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee. SIGNED, POSTED AND PUBLISHED on this the 8th day of May, 2012. /s/ W. Jett Wilson W. JETT WILSON MSB# 7316 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE WILSON & HINTON, P.A. Post Office Box 1257 Corinth, MS 38835 (662) 286-3366 Publish 4 times: May 8, May 15, May 22, May 29, 2012 13703

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE

Default having been made in the payment of the debts and obligations secured to be paid in a certain Deed of Trust executed on September 8, 2011 by Leslie Luce to Janice W. Welch, CEO, Trustee as same appears of record in the Office of Chancery Court Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi in instrument 201104391, the beneficiary being Kimberly Clark Credit Union. Subsequently Brittan Webb Robinson was appointed substitute trustee or Lisa N. Stanley as Co-Trustee in instrument 201201780; and the owner of the debt secured having requested the undersigned to advertise and sell the property described in and conveyed by said Deed of Trust, all of said indebtedness having matured by default in the payment of a part thereof, at the option of the owner, this is to give notice that Brittan Webb Robinson or Lisa N. Stanley as Co-Trustee will on Tues day, May 29, 2012 commencing at 11:00 at the south door of the Courthouse in Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, and proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in the County of Alcorn, State of Mississippi, to wit: Lot No. 4-A of Timberling Hills Subdivision, Addition #1, according to the map or plat of said subdivision on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi and recorded in Plat Book 3 at Page 65. Property address: 42 CR 233, Corinth, MS All right and equity of redemption, Statutory and otherwise, homestead and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but Brittan Webb Robinson or Lisa N. Stanley as Co-Trustee will sell and convey only as substitute trustee. This is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. BrittanWebb Robinson as Substitute Trustee Publication Dates: Tuesday, May 8, 15, 22, 2012 13702

0955 Legals NOTICE OF SALE BY SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE WHEREAS, BRAD HIGHT , made, executed and delivered to DONALD RAY DOWNS, PA ATTY , as Trustee for the benefit of SOUTHBANK, certain Deeds of Trust as follows: A) Dated November 30, 2005, recorded as Instrument No. 200509456, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; B) Dated January 30, 2007, recorded as Instrument No. 200700632, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi. WHEREAS, SOUTHBANK , legal holder and owner of said Deeds of Trust and the indebtedness secured thereby, substituted W. JETT WILSON as Substitute Trustee, in said Deeds of Trust by instrument dated April 12, 2012, and recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as Instrument No.201201799; WHEREAS, default hav ing been made in the terms and conditions of said Deeds of Trust and the entire debt secured thereby, having been declared to be due and payable in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust, and the legal holder of said indebtedness, SOUTHBANK, having requested the undersigned Substitute Trustee to execute the trust and sell said land and property in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust for the purpose of raising the sums due thereunder, together with attorney's fees, Substitute Trustee's fees, and expense of sale. NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, the undersigned Substitute Trustee, on the 30th day of May, 2012, at the South front door of the Alcorn County Courthouse, in the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, within the legal hours for such sales (being between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), will offer for sale and sell, at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the following property conveyed to me by said Deed of Trust described as follows: TRACT NO. 1: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence corner; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 390.586 feet to a 10-inch diameter elm tree for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 08 degrees 55 minutes 13 seconds East 279.132 feet to a PK nail being 5.0 feet East of an existing 10 feet wide asphalt drive; Thence run along a line that is 5.0 feet East of and parallel to the existing said drive the following: South 14 degrees 05 minutes 41 seconds East 11.050 feet; South 33 degrees 13 minutes 40 seconds East 38.849 feet; Thence continue along a line that is 5.0 feet North of and parallel to the existing said drive the following: South 49 degrees 14 minutes 47 seconds East 49.623 feet; South 71 degrees 00 minutes 12 seconds East 52.603 feet; North 87 degrees 46 minutes 46 seconds East 61.634 feet; North 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 seconds East 55.870 feet; North 45 degrees 25 minutes 25 seconds East 47.037 feet; Thence continue along a line that is 5.0 feet West of and parallel to the existing said drive the following: North 27 degrees 04 minutes 20 seconds East 51.119 feet; Thence leaving said line run South 88 degrees 08 minutes 23 seconds East 47.007 feet to the backside of a curb; Thence run along the backside of said curb the following: South 33 degrees 26 minutes 20 seconds East 32.940 feet; South 55 degrees 12 minutes 23 seconds East 36.389 feet; South 76 degrees 43 minutes 48 seconds East 39.985 feet; South 89 degrees 54 minutes 13 seconds East 7.600 feet to a PK nail; Thence leaving said curb, run South 00 degrees 00 minutes 11 seconds West 228.307 feet to an iron pin on an old wire fence and tree line; Thence run South 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds West 465.153 feet along said old wire fence and tree line to the point of beginning, containing 2.325 acres, more or less.

east Quarter (1/4) of the onds East 51.119 feet; Thence Southeast Quarter (1/4) of leaving said line run South 88 Section 33, Township 2 degrees 08 minutes 23 secSouth, Range 7 East, Alcorn onds East 47.007 feet to the 0955 Legals 0955 Legals County, Mississippi, said point backside of a curb; Thence being a marked 8 inch diame- run along the backside of said ter creosote post at a fence curb the following: South 33 corner; Thence run North 89 degrees 26 minutes 20 secdegrees 58 minutes 42 sec- onds East 32.940 feet; South onds East along an old wire 55 degrees 12 minutes 23 fence and tree line 390.586 seconds East 36.389 feet; feet to a 10-inch diameter South 76 degrees 43 minutes elm tree for the Point of Be- 48 seconds East 39.985 feet; ginning; Thence run North 08 South 89 degrees 54 minutes degrees 55 minutes 13 sec- 13 seconds East 7.600 feet to onds East 279.132 feet to a a PK nail; Thence leaving said PK nail being 5.0 feet East of curb, run South 00 degrees an existing 10 feet wide as- 00 minutes 11 seconds West phalt drive; Thence run along 228.307 feet to an iron pin on a line that is 5.0 feet East of an old wire fence and tree and parallel to the existing line; Thence run South 89 desaid drive the following: South grees 58 minutes 42 seconds 14 degrees 05 minutes 41 West 465.153 feet along said seconds East 11.050 feet; old wire fence and tree line South 33 degrees 13 minutes to the point of beginning, 40 seconds East 38.849 feet; containing 2.325 acres, more Thence continue along a line or less. that is 5.0 feet North of and parallel to the existing said TRACT NO. 2: drive the following: South 49 Commencing at the Southdegrees 14 minutes 47 sec- west Corner of the Northonds East 49.623 feet; South east Quarter (1/4) of the 71 degrees 00 minutes 12 Southeast Quarter (1/4) of seconds East 52.603 feet; Section 33, Township 2 North 87 degrees 46 minutes South, Range 7 East, Alcorn 46 seconds East 61.634 feet; County, Mississippi, said point North 65 degrees 07 minutes being a marked 8 inch diame04 seconds East 55.870 feet; ter creosote post at a fence North 45 degrees 25 minutes comer; Thence run North 89 25 seconds East 47.037 feet; degrees 58 minutes 42 secThence continue along a line onds East along an old wire that is 5.0 feet West of and fence and tree line 390.586 parallel to the existing said feet to a 10 inch diameter elm drive the following: North 27 tree; Thence continue along degrees 04 minutes 20 sec- said old wire fence and tree onds East 51.119 feet; Thence line North 89 degrees 58 leaving said line run South 88 minutes 42 seconds East degrees 08 minutes 23 sec- 465.153 feet to an iron pin; onds East 47.007 feet to the Thence continue North 89 backside of a curb; Thence degrees 58 minutes 42 secrun along the backside of said onds East along said old wire curb the following: South 33 fence and tree line 353.118 degrees 26 minutes 20 sec- feet to an iron pin for the onds East 32.940 feet; South Point of Beginning; Thence 55 degrees 12 minutes 23 run North 234.267 feet to a seconds East 36.389 feet; point 2.5 feet South of an exSouth 76 degrees 43 minutes isting curb; Thence run along 48 seconds East 39.985 feet; a line that is 2.5 feet South of South 89 degrees 54 minutes and parallel to said curb the 13 seconds East 7.600 feet to following: North 56 degrees a PK nail; Thence leaving said 56 minutes 40 seconds East curb, run South 00 degrees 13.413 feet; North 78 deCarrier) 59 minutes 40 seconds 00 minutes 11 (Newspaper seconds West grees 228.307 feet to an iron pin on East 35.321 feet; North 88 an old wire fence and tree degrees 05 minutes 38 secline; Thence run South 89 de- onds East 43.317 feet an iron grees 58 minutes 42 seconds pin on the West right of way West 465.153 feet along said line of U.S. Highway 45 South; old wire fence and tree line Thence run South 0 degrees to the point of beginning, 23 minutes 13 seconds West containing 2.325 acres, more along the West right of way Excellent Earnings Potential line of U.S. Highway 45 South or less. 249.739 feet to an iron pin at Requirements: TRACT NO. 2: a concrete right of way Commencing at the South- marker; Thence leaving said west Corner of the License North- right of way line, run South • Driver’s east Quarter (1/4) of the 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 • Dependable Southeast Quarter (1/4) ofTransportation seconds West along said old Section 33, Township 2 wire fence and tree line • Light Bookwork Ability South, Range 7 East, Alcorn 87.520 feet (will to thetrain) point of County,• Mississippi, said point beginning, containing 0.500 Liability Insurance being a marked 8 inch diame- acres, more or less. ter creosote post at a fence comer; Thence run North 89 TRACT NO. 3: degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- Commencing at the SouthPlease come by the onds East along an old wire west Corner of the Northeast Quarter fence and treeDaily line 390.586 Corinthian and (1/4) of the feet to a 10 inch diameter elm Southeast Quarter (1/4) of fi ll out a questionaire. tree; Thence continue along Section 33, Township 2 said old wire fence and tree South, Range 7 East, Alcorn line North 89 degrees 58 County, Mississippi, said point minutes 42 seconds East being a marked 8 inch diame465.153 feet to an iron pin; ter creosote post at a fence Thence continue North 89 comer; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along said old wire onds East along an old wire fence and tree line 353.118 fence and tree line 390.586 feet to an iron pin for the feet to a 10 inch diameter elm Point of Beginning; Thence tree; Thence continue along run North 234.267 feet to a said old wire fence and tree point 2.5 feet South of an ex- line North 89 degrees 58 isting curb; Thence run along minutes 42 seconds East a line that is 2.5 feet South of 465.153 feet to an iron pin and parallel to said curb the for the Point of Beginning; following: North 56 degrees Thence continue North 89 56 minutes 40 seconds East degrees 58 minutes 42 sec13.413 feet; North 78 de- onds East along said old wire grees 59 minutes 40 seconds fence and tree line 353.118 East 35.321 feet; North 88 feet to an iron pin; Thence degrees 05 minutes 38 sec- run North 25.000 feet; onds East 43.317 feet an iron Thence run South 89 degrees pin on the West right of way 58 minutes 42 seconds West line of U.S. Highway 45 South; 353.116 feet; Thence run Thence run South 0 degrees South 00 degrees 00 minutes 23 minutes 13 seconds West 11 seconds West 25.000 feet along the West right of way to the point of beginning, line of U.S. Highway 45 South containing 0.203 acres, more 249.739 feet to an iron pin at or less. a concrete right of way marker; Thence leaving said LESS AND EXCEPT a perpetright of way line, run South ual non-exclusive easement 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 and right-of-way for the folseconds West along said old lowing purposes; namely, the wire fence and tree line right to enter upon the here87.520 feet to the point of inafter described land and to beginning, containing 0.500 do any and all work necessary to build, maintain and repair a acres, more or less. road, together with the right TRACT NO. 3: to use said easement for the Commencing at the South- purpose of, ingress and egress west Corner of the North- and for public utilities all over, east Quarter (1/4) of the upon and across the following Southeast Quarter (1/4) of described parcels of land: Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn PARCEL A: A strip of land 25 County, Mississippi, said point feet wide, being 25 feet South being a marked 8 inch diame- of and parallel to the followter creosote post at a fence ing described line: comer; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- Commencing at the Southonds East along an old wire west corner of the Northeast fence and tree line 390.586 Quarter of the Southeast feet to a 10 inch diameter elm Quarter of Section 33, Towntree; Thence continue along ship 2 South, Range 7 East, said old wire fence and tree Alcorn County, Mississippi, line North 89 degrees 58 said point being an eight inch minutes 42 seconds East diameter creosote post; 465.153 feet to an iron pin thence run North 89 degrees for the Point of Beginning; 58 minutes 42 seconds East Thence continue North 89 along a wire fence and tree degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- line 1296.376 feet to a cononds East along said old wire crete right-of-way marker on fence and tree line 353.118 the West right-of-way line of feet to an iron pin; Thence U.S. Highway 45 South; run North 25.000 feet; thence run North 00 degrees Thence run South 89 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds East 58 minutes 42 seconds West along the West right-of-way 353.116 feet; Thence run line of said Highway 279.948 South 00 degrees 00 minutes feet to an iron pin set for the 11 seconds West 25.000 feet point of beginning of this to the point of beginning, easement; thence run along containing 0.203 acres, more the North line of said easement the following: North 88 or less. degrees 39 minutes 37 secLESS AND EXCEPT a perpet- onds West 89.105 feet to a ual non-exclusive easement nail being on the West edge and right-of-way for the fol- of a curb on an existing 25 lowing purposes; namely, the feet wide asphalt drive; right to enter upon the here- thence run along said curb inafter described land and to the following: South 31 dedo any and all work necessary grees 22 minutes 56 seconds to build, maintain and repair a West 17.705 feet; South 46 road, together with the right degrees 28 minutes 00 secto use said easement for the onds West 22.124 feet; South purpose of, ingress and egress 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 and for public utilities all over, seconds West 32.055 feet; upon and across the following South 75 degrees 21 minutes 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; described parcels of land: South 89 degrees 19 minutes PARCEL A: A strip of land 25 51 seconds West 159.434 feet wide, being 25 feet South feet; North 89 degrees 54 of and parallel to the follow- minutes 13 seconds West ing described line: 120.218 feet to a nail set, North 89 degrees 54 minutes Commencing at the South- 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; west corner of the Northeast North 76 degrees 43 minutes Quarter of the Southeast 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 55 degrees 12 minutes ship 2 South, Range 7 East, 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; Alcorn County, Mississippi, North 33 degrees 26 minutes said point being an eight inch 20 seconds West 32.940 feet;

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TRACT NO. 2: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section 33, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said point being a marked 8 inch diameter creosote post at a fence comer; Thence run North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along an old wire fence and tree line 390.586 feet to a 10 inch diameter elm tree; Thence continue along said old wire fence and tree line North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East 465.153 feet to an iron pin; Thence continue North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along said old wire fence and tree line 353.118 feet to an iron pin for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 234.267 feet to a point 2.5 feet South of an existing curb; Thence run along a line that is 2.5 feet South of

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east Quarter (1/4) of the road, together with the right thence run along said curb Daily Corinthian • Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Southeast Quarter (1/4) of to following: South • 3117 deuse said easement for the the Section 33, Township 2 purpose of, ingress and egress grees 22 minutes 56 seconds South, Range 7 East, Alcorn and for public utilities all over, West 17.705 feet; South 46 0955 Legals 0955andLegals 0955 Legals County, Mississippi, said point upon 28 minutes 00 secacross the following degrees being a marked 8 inch diame- described parcels of land: onds West 22.124 feet; South ter creosote post at a fence 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 comer; Thence run North 89 PARCEL A: A strip of land 25 seconds West 32.055 feet; degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- feet wide, being 25 feet South South 75 degrees 21 minutes onds East along an old wire of and parallel to the follow- 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; fence and tree line 390.586 ing described line: South 89 degrees 19 minutes feet to a 10 inch diameter elm 51 seconds West 159.434 tree; Thence continue along Commencing at the South- feet; North 89 degrees 54 said old wire fence and tree west corner of the Northeast minutes 13 seconds West line North 89 degrees 58 Quarter of the Southeast 120.218 feet to a nail set, minutes 42 seconds East Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 89 degrees 54 minutes 465.153 feet to an iron pin ship 2 South, Range 7 East, 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; for the Point of Beginning; Alcorn County, Mississippi, North 76 degrees 43 minutes Thence continue North 89 said point being an eight inch 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- diameter creosote post; North 55 degrees 12 minutes onds East along said old wire thence run North 89 degrees 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; fence and tree line 353.118 58 minutes 42 seconds East North 33 degrees 26 minutes feet to an iron pin; Thence along a wire fence and tree 20 seconds West 32.940 feet; run North 25.000 feet; line 1296.376 feet to a con- thence leaving said curb run Thence run South 89 degrees crete right-of-way marker on North 88 degrees 08 minutes 58 minutes 42 seconds West the West right-of-way line of 23 seconds West 47.007 feet 353.116 feet; Thence run U.S. Highway 45 South; to a point being 5 feet West South 00 degrees 00 minutes thence run North 00 degrees of an existing 10 feet wide as11 seconds West 25.000 feet 23 minutes 13 seconds East phalt drive; thence run along to the point of beginning, along the West right-of-way a line that is 5.0 feet West of containing 0.203 acres, more line of said Highway 279.948 and parallel to said asphalt feet to an iron pin set for the drive the following: South 27 or less. point of beginning of this degrees 04 minutes 20 secLESS AND EXCEPT a perpet- easement; thence run along onds West 51.119 feet; ual non-exclusive easement the North line of said ease- thence continue along a line and right-of-way for the fol- ment the following: North 88 that is 5.0 feet North of and lowing purposes; namely, the degrees 39 minutes 37 sec- parallel to the existing said right to enter upon the here- onds West 89.105 feet to a drive the following: South 45 TRACT NO. 3: inafter described land and to nail being on the West edge degrees 25 minutes 25 secCommencing at the South- do any and all work necessary of a curb on an existing 25 onds West 47.037 feet; South west Corner of the North- to build, maintain and repair a feet wide asphalt drive; 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 east Quarter (1/4) of the road, together with the right thence run along said curb seconds West 55.870 feet; Southeast Quarter (1/4) of to use said easement for the the following: South 31 de- South 87 degrees 46 minutes Section 33, Township 2 purpose of, ingress and egress grees 22 minutes 56 seconds 46 seconds West 61.634 feet; South, Range 7 East, Alcorn and for public utilities all over, West 17.705 feet; South 46 North 71 degrees 00 minutes County, Mississippi, said point upon and across the following degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; being a marked 8 inch diame- described parcels of land: onds West 22.124 feet; South North 49 degrees 14 minutes ter creosote post at a fence 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; comer; Thence run North 89 PARCEL A: A strip of land 25 seconds West 32.055 feet; thence continue along a line 2010 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report degrees 58 minutes 42 sec- feet wide, being 25 feet South South 75 degrees 21 minutes that is 5.0 feet East of and Kossuth Water onds East along an old wire of and parallel to the follow- 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; parallel to the existing said PWS#: 0020004, 0020007 & 0020008 • May 2012 fence and tree line 390.586 ing described line: South 89 degrees 19 minutes drive the following: North 33 We’re to diameter present to elm you this year’s Annual Quality Water Report. report is designed to inform you about 13 the quality water degrees minutes 40 and secfeet to apleased 10 inch 51This seconds West 159.434 services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supplyonds water.38.849 We want you West feet; tree; Thence continue along Commencing at the South- feet; North 89 degrees 54 of drinking to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed west of theisNortheast 14 degrees 05 minutes said old wirethefence treewater. minutes seconds to ensuring qualityand of your Ourcorner water source from wells drawing from13 the Cof ee SandWest and the North Eutaw Aquifers. line North 89 degrees 58 Quarter of the Southeast 120.218 feet to a nail set, 41 seconds West 11.050 feet, The source assessment has Quarter been completed for our waterNorth system89 to degrees determine54 theminutes overall susceptibility its of drinking water of Section 33,public Townand to the of end easement. minutes 42water seconds East supply tofeet identifi sources A report containing detailedWest infornation how the susceptibility determinations shipof2contamination. South, Range 7 East, 465.153 to ed anpotential iron pin 13 seconds 7.600onfeet; were made has been furnished to our public water system and is available for viewing upon request. The wells for the Kossuth Water have10 for the Point of Beginning; Alcorn County, Mississippi, North 76 degrees 43 minutes PARCEL B: A strip of land received a lower susceptibilily ranking to contamination. Thence continue North 89 said point being an eight inch 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; feet wide, being 10 feet South If you have questions report or concerning water North utility, please contact12 Aaron C. Henryofatand 662-287-4310. want our parallel toWethe followdiameter creosoteyour post; degrees 58 any minutes 42 about sec- this 55 degrees minutes valued customers to be informed about their utility. you want to more, West please 36.389 attend any of our scheduled ingregularly described line: meetings. runwater North 89Ifdegrees onds East along said old wire thence 23learn seconds feet; They and are held on line the third Monday58 of each month42 at 6:00 PM at the office.33 degrees 26 minutes minutes seconds Eastwater fence tree 353.118 North Commencing at the thedrinking Southalongin your a wire fencewater andaccording tree 20toseconds feet an iron pin; for Thence West 32.940 feet;table We to routinely monitor constituents drinking Federal and State laws. This below lists all of of the Northeast line 1296.376 feet to aofconrun 25.000 thence said31st, curb runIn west waterNorth contaminants that feet; were detected during the period January 1st toleaving December 2011. cases corner where monitoring wasn’t required in South 2011, the reflectscrete the most recent results. As water surface08of minutes land or underground, naturally Quarter itofdissolves the Southeast right-of-way marker on travels Thence run 89table degrees Northover 88 the degrees and, inWest some cases, radioactive materials line and can up substances contaminants the presence of animals or Quarter of Section 33, Townthe West right-of-way of pick 58occurring minutesminerals 42 seconds 23 seconds Westor47.007 feet from from human microbial such as 45 viruses and bacteria, that may come5 from plants, septic ship 2 South, Rangesystems, 7 East, U.S. Highway South; 353.116 feet;activity; Thence runcontaminants, to a point being feet sewage West treatment agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife; inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally occurring or result South 00 degrees 00 minutes thence run North 00 degrees of an existing 10 feet wide as- Alcorn County, Mississippi, from urban storm-water runoff, industrial, or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming; pesticides and said point being an eight inch minutes 13 seconds East phalt 11herbicides, seconds which West may 25.000 drive; thence runoff run along comefeet from 23 a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban storm-water , and residential uses: organic chemical creosote post; the West tocontaminants, the point including of beginning, a line that is 5.0offeet Westprocesses of diameter syntheticalong and volatile organicright-of-way chemicals, which are by-products industrial and petroleum production, run 89 degrees lineand of septic said Highway 279.948 contaminants, containing 0.203 more and parallelwhich to said and can also comeacres, from gas stations systems; radioactive can beasphalt naturallythence occurring or North be the result of oil ensure thatthe tap water safe to drink, EPASouth prescribes that42 limitseconds the amount 58 minutes East feet to In anorder irontopin set for orand less.gas production and mining activities. driveis the following: 27 regulations of certain contaminants in water provided water systems. drinking water, including20 bottled mayfence be reasonably along water, a wire and tree point ofby public beginning of thisAlldegrees 04 minutes sec-drinking expected contain ata least small easement; amounts of some constituents. It’s important to remember that the presence of these constituents line 1296.376 feet to adoes conthence run along LESS AND toEXCEPT perpetonds West 51.119 feet; necessarily indicate that the water risk.said ease- thence continue along a line crete right-of-way marker on the poses Northa health line of ualnotnon-exclusive easement West right-of-way line of ment the following: you North 88not and right-of-way forfind themany fol- terms that is 5.0 feet In this table you will and abbreviations might be familiar with. North To belp of youand betterthe understand these terms we’ve provided the following dei nitions: lowing purposes; namely, the degrees 39 minutes 37 sec- parallel to the existing said U.S. Highway 45 South; Action concentration a contaminant which, iffeet exceeded, treatment or other requirements which must runa water Northsystem 00 degrees West 89.105 to a triggers right to Level enter- the upon the here- ofonds drive the following: South 45 thence follow.described land and to nail being on the West edge degrees 25 minutes 25 sec- 23 minutes 13 seconds East inafter Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) -The ‘’Maximum Allowed” (MCL) is the highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. do any and all work necessary of a curb on an existing 25 onds West 47.037 feet; South along the West right-of-way MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. of which said Highway asphalt toMaximum build, maintain and repair a feet 65of degrees 07 inminutes 04 line Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG) wide - The “Goal” (MCLG) drive; is the level a contaminant drinking water below there is no 279.948 known along said curb seconds West 55.870 feet; feet to an iron pin set; thence road, together the right or expected riskwith to health. MCLGs thence allow for run a margin of safety. run isalong the North the(MRDL)following: South 31of detoMaximum use saidResidual easement for theLevel South 87 degrees 46 minutes Disinfectant The highest level a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There convincing evidenceline thatof additionof, of ingress a disinfectant is necessary for22 control microbial contaminants. grees minutes 56 seconds purpose and egress 46 seconds West 61.634 feet; said easement the following: Maximum Residual Disinfectant Goal 17.705 (MRDLG)-feet; The level of a46 drinking water whichNorth there is88 nodegrees known or39 expected North 71 disinfectant degrees 00below minutes minutes West South and for public utilities all over,Level risk of health. upon and across the following degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; 37 seconds West 89.105 feet MRDLGs do not rel ect the benei ts of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants. onds West 22.124 feet; South North 49 degrees 14 minutes to a nail being on the West described parcels of land: seconds to West 49.623infeet; edge a curb on inan$10,000. existing 30 47 Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams59 per degrees liter (mg/I)-15 one minutes part per million corresponds one minute two years or of a single penny PARCEL A strip land 25 seconds thence continue line or25a single feet penny wide inasphalt drive; West 32.055 Parts perA: billion (ppb) of or Micrograms per liter- one part per billionfeet; corresponds to one minute along in 2,000a years, $10,000,000. feet wide, being 25 feet South South 75 degrees 21 minutes that is 5.0 feet East of and thence run along said curb of and parallel to the follow- 03 seconds West parallel to the existing said the following: South 31 de21.689 feet; PWS ID#0020004 TEST RESULTS ing described line: drive following: MCLG North 33 MCL grees 22 minutes 56 ofseconds South minutes of Defects or the Unit Likely Source Date 89 degrees Violation Contaminant Level 19 Range # of Samples Contamination Measurement Collected Y/N degrees 13 minutes 40 sec- West 17.705 feet; South 46 51 secondsDetected West 159.434 Exceeding MCL/ACL Commencing at the Southfeet; North 89 degrees 54 onds West 38.849 feet; degrees 28 minutes 00 secMicrobiological Contaminants west1. Total corner of the Northeast North 14ppb degrees 05n/aminutes onds West 22.124 feet; South minutes 13Positive seconds West 4 Coliform N June Presemce pf coliform bacteria Naturally present in the environment on 5% 59 of monthly samples. 15 Quarter degrees minutes 30 Bacteriaof the Southeast 120.218 feet to a nail set, 41 seconds West 11.050 feet, Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 89 degrees 54 minutes and to the end of easement. seconds West 32.055 feet; Inorganic Contaminants ship 2 South, Range 7 East, 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; South 75 degrees 21 minutes No Range 8. Arsenic N 2011* 76 degrees .8 ppb A strip of n/aland 10 03 10 seconds Erosion West of natural deposits; runoff PARCEL B: Alcorn County, Mississippi, 21.689 North 43 minutes from orchards; runoff from glassfeet; and electronics production wastes said point being an eight inch 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; feet wide, being 10 feet South South 89 degrees 19 minutes Discharge ofWest drilling wastes; No Rangeof and parallel 10. Barium creosote Npost; North 2 ppm 2011* 55 degrees .329 to the2 follow- 51 diameter seconds 159.434 12 minutes discharge from metal refineries; erosion of natural deposits thence run North 89 degrees 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; ing described line: feet; North 89 degrees 54 household plumb58 minutes minutesCorrosion 13 ofseconds West 26 minutes 0 AL=1.3 1.3 ppm 2010 33 degrees 14. Copper 42 secondsN East North .3 ing systems; erosion of natural along a wire fence and tree 20 seconds West 32.940 feet; Commencing at the South- 120.218deposits; feetleaching to from a nail wood set; preservatives line 1296.376 feet to a con- thence leaving said curb run west corner of the Northeast North 89 degrees 54 minutes No Range Erosion of natural deposits; water 16. Fluoride 4 4 ppm 2011* N .73 crete right-of-way marker on North 88 degrees 08 minutes Quarter of the Southeast 13 seconds 7.600 feet; additive West which promotes strong teeth; discharge from fertilizer the West right-of-way line of 23 seconds West 47.007 feet Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 76 degrees 43 minutes and aluminum factories. ship 2 South, Range0 7 East, AL=15 U.S.17. Lead Highway 45 South; 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; to2010 a point being 0 Corrosion of household plumbing ppb N 1 5 feet West systems, erosion of natural thence run North 00 degrees of an existing 10 feet wide as- Alcorn County, Mississippi, North 55 degrees 12 minutes deposits being an eight inch 23 23 minutes 13 secondsN East phalt seconds West 36.389 drive; thence run along No Rangesaid pointppb Discharge from petroleum and feet; 21. Selenium 50 50 2011* 3 metaldegrees refineries; erosion natural along the West right-of-way a line that is 5.0 feet West of diameter creosote post; North 33 26 ofminutes deposits; discharge from mines line of said Highway 279.948 and parallel to said asphalt thence run North 89 degrees 20 seconds West 32.940 feet; Disinfection By-Products feet to an iron pin set for the drive the following: South 27 58 minutes 42 seconds East thence leaving said curb run No Range 81. HAAS N 2011* ppb 0 60 5.28 By-product of drinking water point of beginning of this degrees 04 minutes 20 sec- along a wire fence and tree North 88 degrees 08 minutes disinfection line 1296.376 feet to a coneasement; thence run along 23 seconds West 47.007 onds West 51.119 feet; .4 1.13 82. TTHM (Total By-product of drinking water feet N 2011* ppb 0 80 chlorination. the trihalomethanes) North line of said ease- thence continue along a line crete right-of-way marker on to a point being 5 feet West Chlorine Water additive .69 North of .53-1.07 N 88 that 2010is 5.0 feet right-of-way0 line ofMDRL=4 ment the following: North of an existing 10 used feetto control wide asand the Westppm microbes degrees 39 minutes 37 sec- parallel to the existing said U.S. Highway 45 South; phalt drive; thence run along ondsPWS West ID#0020007 89.105 feet to a drive the following: South RESULTS 45 thence run North 00 degrees a line that is 5.0 feet West of TEST 23orminutes nail being on the West edge degrees and parallelLikely toSource saidof asphalt 25 minutes 25 secRange of Defects Contaminant Violation Date Level Unit 13 seconds MCLG East MCL # of Samples Y/N 25 onds Collected Contamination along Measurement the West right-of-way drive the following: of a curb on an existing South 27 West Detected 47.037 feet; South Exceeding MCL/ACL feet wide asphalt drive; 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 line of said Highway 279.948 degrees 04 minutes 20 secInorganic Contaminants thence run along said curb seconds West 55.870 feet; feet to an iron pin set; thence onds West 51.119 feet; Discharge of drilling wastes; .159-.172 Barium N 2011* .172 2 the North2 line of thence the 10. following: South 31 de- South continue along a line 87 degrees 46 minutes run alongppm discharge from metal refineries; erosion of natural deposits grees 22 minutes 56 seconds 46 seconds West 61.634 feet; said easement the following: that is 5.0 feet North of and from existing steel and pulp said .7-3.6 North 88ppb 13. Chromium N 46 North 2011* 71 degrees 3.6 00 minutes degrees 39100minutes 100 West 17.705 feet; South parallelDischarge toerosion the mills; of natural deposits degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; 37 seconds West 89.105 feet drive the following: South 45 of household plumbing 0 14 minutes to a nail ppm being on the onds14.West South North degreesCorrosion 25 minutes 25 secCopper 22.124 feet; N .1 2011* 49 degrees 1.3 West AL=1/3 systems; erosion of natural deposits; leaching47.037 from wood preservatives 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; edge of a curb on an existing onds West feet; South continue along a Noline wide asphalt4 drive; 65 seconds West 32.055 N feet; thence degrees 07deposits; minutes Erosion of natural water additive04 Range25 feet ppm 15. Fluoride 2011* .262 4 promotes strong teeth; discharge South 75 degrees 21 minutes that is 5.0 feet East of and thence run along said curb secondswhich 55.870 from West fertilizer and aluminum factoriesfeet; the following: South 31 de- South 87 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; parallel to the existing said degrees 46 plumbminutes Corrosion of household 0 17. Lead N 2011* 5 ppb 0 AL=15 ing systems, erosion of naturalfeet; South 89 degrees 19 minutes drive the following: North 33 grees 22 minutes 56 seconds 46 seconds West 61.634 deposits 51 seconds West 159.434 degrees 13 minutes 40 sec- West 17.705 feet; South 46 North 71 degrees 00 minutes By-Products feet;Disinfection North 89 degrees 54 onds West 38.849 feet; degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; .73-1.10 Chlorine 13 seconds N .9 Waterdegrees additive used14 to control 2011 14 degrees ppm22.124 feet; 0 SouthMDRL=4 North 49 minutes 05 minutes onds West minutes West North microbes 120.218 feet to a nail set, 41 seconds West 11.050 feet, 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; easement.RESULTS seconds West 32.055 feet; thence continue along a line North 89 degrees 54 minutes and to the end of PWS ID#0020008 TEST Range of Defects or that is 5.0 Likely feetSource Eastof of and South 75 Unit degrees 21 minutes MCL 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; Contaminant Violation Date Level MCLG # of Samples Y/N Collected B: Detected Measurement PARCEL A strip ofExceeding land 10MCL/ACL the existing said 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; parallel to Contamination North 76 degrees 43 minutes 48 seconds West Contaminants 39.985 feet; feet wide, being 10 feet South South 89 degrees 19 minutes drive the following: North 33 Inorganic of2011* and parallel to the follow13 minutes 40 secWest 2159.434 degrees North 55 degrees 12 minutes Discharge of drilling wastes; No Range51 seconds 10. Barium N .146 ppm 2 metal refineries; West from38.849 feet; feet; North 89 degrees 54 onds discharge 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; ing described line: erosion of natural deposits degrees 05 minutes minutes 13 seconds West North 14 North 33 degrees 26 minutes Discharge from steel and pulp No Range 13. Chromium N 20011 2.8 ppm 100 100 mills; erosion of natural depositsfeet West 11.050 20 seconds West 32.940 feet; Commencing at the South- 120.218 feet to a nail set; 41 seconds thence leaving said curb run west corner of the Northeast North 89 degrees 54 minutes to the point of beginning for Quarter of .1the Southeast the easement; thence 13 seconds feet; AL=1.3 North 88 degrees 08 minutes Corrosion of household plumb- run 0 14. Copper N 2009/11* ppm West 7.600 1.3 ing systems; erosion of natural degrees 05 wood minutes 23 seconds West 47.007 feet Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 76 degrees 43 minutes North 14 deposits; leaching from preservatives to a point being 5 feet West ship 2 South, Range 7 East, 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; 41 seconds West 59.441 feet; 0 Corrosion of household plumbing Lead N as- Alcorn 2011* 1 County, Mississippi, North 55ppb South 88 degrees 55 minutes degrees 12 0minutes AL=15 of an17.existing 10 feet wide systems, erosion of natural depositsWest 32.352 feet; phalt drive; thence run along said point being an eight inch 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; 52 seconds Disinfection a line that is 5.0 feetBy-Products West of diameter creosote post; North 33 degrees 26 minutes South 13 degrees 41 minutes .8-1.7 20 seconds thence 89 degrees 06 seconds Westused 52.537 feet;MDRL=4 and Chlorine parallel to said asphalt 1.4 Water additive to controlfeet; N 2011 run North ppmWest 32.940 0 microbes degrees 42 minutes drive the following: South 27 58 minutes 42 seconds East thence leaving said curb run South 38 degrees 04 minutes 20 sec- along a wire fence and tree North 88 degrees 08 minutes 49 seconds West 62.250 feet; * Most recent sample. No sample required for 2011. onds West 51.119 feet; line 1296.376 feet to a con- 23 seconds West 47.007 feet South 63 degrees 11 minutes Microbiological thence continueContaminants: along a line crete right-of-way marker on to a point being 5 feet West 45 seconds West 40.483 feet; (1) is Total Coliforms that areright-of-way naturally present in the and are an indicator that other, potentially-harmful, the West line of environment 80 degrees 11 minutes of an existing 10 used feet as wide as- South that 5.0Coliform. feet North of are andbacteria bacteriatomay be present. Coliforms were found in more samples than allowed anddrive; this was a warning potential Highway 45 South; 33problems. seconds West 31.715 feet; phalt thence runofalong parallel the existing said U.S. thence water run North 00cdegrees South 89 degrees minutes a line is 5.0 feetResults Westofofregular drive therequired following: South your 45 drinking We are to monitor for specifi constituents on athat monthly basis. monitoring are an02 indicator of whether not our drinking health you can seeparallel by the table, had no58violations, on system 23 meets minutes 13standards. secondsAsEast secondshowever, West 82.619 feet; and to our saidsystem asphalt degrees 25 or minutes 25 sec-water #20004, June 2011 we took 5 samples four of those showed theSouth presence coliform81bacteria. The33 standard along for thecoliform Westbacteria, right-of-way degrees minutes drivesamples the following: 27 ofNorth onds Westin 47.037 feet; South that no more 1 sample04 per line month our samples may do so. Thedegrees well and/or system has 16 been disinfected and45.146 additional ofofsaid Highway 279.948 seconds West feet; 04distribution minutes 20 sec65is degrees 07than minutes samples did not show presence offeet bacteria. to an iron pin set; thence onds West 51.119 feet; North 64 degrees 06 minutes seconds West 55.870 feet; coliform If present, elevated46 levels of lead run can cause health problems, for pregnant women and young children. Lead 38.933 in drinking alongserious the North line of especially 50 seconds West feet; thence continue along a line South 87 degrees minutes is primarily from materials and components with service andfeet home plumbing. Our Water is responsible feet; said easement associated the following: NorthAssociation 46 degrees 43 minutes is 5.0 North of and that lines 46 water seconds West 61.634 for providing high 00 quality drinking water,88 butdegrees cannot control the variety of materials usedexisting in plumbing When your46.501 water has North 71 degrees minutes North 39 minutes 37 seconds West feet; parallel to the saidcomponents. sittingWest for several hours, minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap45 for North 30 seconds to 2 minutes before 52.603 feet;you 12 been seconds West 89.105 feet 37can seconds 22 degrees 56 minutes drive the following: South using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on North 49drinking degrees 14 minutes to a nail beingyou oncanthe West 10 seconds WestHotline 37.498orfeet; degrees 25 minutes seclead In water, testing methods, and steps take to minimize exposure is available25 from the Safe Drinking Water at 47 http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead. seconds West 49.623 feet; edge a curb on anDepartment existing onds North degrees 22contact minutes West 47.037 feet; South off Theof Mississippi State of Health Public Health Laboratory ers lead05testing. Please thence continue along 25 water feet wide 601.576.7582 if you wish ato line have your tested. asphalt drive; 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 10 seconds West 32.239 feet that is 5.0 feet East of and thence run along said curb seconds West 55.870 feet; to the end of easement. All sources of drinking water are subject to potential contamination by substances that are naturally occurring or man made. These substances parallel the existing the following: South 31 de-substances. South 87 46 minutes can be to microbes, inorganicsaid or organic chemicals and radioactive Alldegrees drinking water including bottled water, may reasonably drive the following: North 33 small grees 22 minutes seconds 46 property described 61.634 feet; be expected to contain at least amounts of some56 contaminants. Theseconds presenceWest of contaminants does The not necessarily indicate that the degrees 13 minutes 40 More sec- information West 17.705 South and 46 potential herein constitutes a part of North 71 degrees water poses a health risk. about feet; contaminants health effects00 canminutes be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791. onds WestAgency’s 38.849 feet; degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; Forrest Memorial Park a plat North 49 general degreespopulation. 14 minutes North degrees 05more minutes ondstoWest 22.124 in feet; South of which is filed persons for record Some14 people may be vulnerable contaminants drinking water than the Immuno-compromised such in 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; 41 asseconds 11.050 feet, 59chemotherapy, degrees 15persons minutes 30 undergone the Chancery persons West with cancer undergoing who have organ transplants, peoplethe with Office HIV/AIDSofor other immune thence continue line seek andsystem to thedisorders, end of easement. seconds West 32.055 at feet; Clerk of Alcorn County, Missome elderly, and infants can be particularly risk from infections. These along people ashould advice about drinking water from their health care providers. South EPA/ CDC means lessen risk of by cyptosporidium other is to5.0 feettheEast of infection and sissippi, 75guidelines degrees on 21 appropriate minutes that in Plat Bookand 3 at page microbiological contaminants available fromWest the Safe Drinking Hotlineto 1-800.428-4791. PARCEL B: A strip of land 10are03 parallel the existing said 10. seconds 21.689 feet;Water feet wide, being 10 feet South*****A driveRADIOLOGICAL the following:SAMPLING***** North 33 South 89 degrees 19 minutes MESSAGE FROM MSDH CONCERNING of In and parallel to degrees 13 were minutes 40 sec51 seconds West 159.434 accordance withthe thefollowRadionuclides Rule, all community public water supplies required to sample quarterly for radionuclides 2007. Your public water supply sampling by the scheduled deadline; however, during ingbeginning describedJanuary line: 2007-December onds West 38.849 feet; feet; North 89 degrees 54 completed Although the title to an said audit of the Mississippi State Department Radiological health laboratory, the Environmental Protection Agency suspended North 14 degrees 05 minutes minutesof Health 13 seconds West property is (EPA) believed to be analyses and reporting radiological compliance and results further notice. not theI result inaction the Commencing at the of South41 seconds WestAlthough 11.050 this feetwasgood, 120.218 feet samples to a nail set; until will ofsell and by convey pubic water of supply. MSDH was required issue a violation. This is to notify you that as of date, yourfor water system hastitle not completed the west corner the Northeast to the point ofthis beginning Northto89 degrees 54 minutes only such in said propmonitoring requirements. The Bureau of Public Water Supply has taken action to ensure that your water system be retured to compliance by Quarter theIf you Southeast theDeputy easement; 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; is vested in me as SubMarch 31,of2013. have any questions, please contact Melissa Parker, Director, thence Bureau of run Publicerty WaterasSupply, at 601-576-7518. Quarter of Section 33, Town- North 76 degrees 43 minutes North 14 degrees 05 minutes stitute Trustee. The2Kossuth Association theWest clock to providefeet; top quality water toWest every tap. We ask that all our customers help us protect ship South,Water Range 7 East,works 41 seconds 59.441 feet; 48 around seconds 39.985 line North 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East 465.153 feet to an iron pin; Thence continue North 89 0955 Legals degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds East along said old wire fence and tree line 353.118 feet to an iron pin for the Point of Beginning; Thence run North 234.267 feet to a point 2.5 feet South of an existing curb; Thence run along a line that is 2.5 feet South of and parallel to said curb the following: North 56 degrees 56 minutes 40 seconds East 13.413 feet; North 78 degrees 59 minutes 40 seconds East 35.321 feet; North 88 degrees 05 minutes 38 seconds East 43.317 feet an iron pin on the West right of way line of U.S. Highway 45 South; Thence run South 0 degrees 23 minutes 13 seconds West along the West right of way line of U.S. Highway 45 South 249.739 feet to an iron pin at a concrete right of way marker; Thence leaving said right of way line, run South 89 degrees 58 minutes 42 seconds West along said old wire fence and tree line 87.520 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.500 acres, more or less.

our water souces, which are the heart of our community, our way of life and our children’s future.


SIGNED, POSTED seconds West 55.870 feet; the following: South 31 de- drive the following: North 33 18 •87Tuesday, May 22, 2012 • Daily grees 22 minutes 56 Corinthian seconds degrees 13 minutes 40 sec- AND PUBLISHED on this South degrees 46 minutes 46 seconds West 61.634 feet; West 17.705 feet; South 46 onds West 38.849 feet; the 8th day of May, 2012. North 71 degrees 00 minutes degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- North 14 degrees 05 minutes Legals Legals Legals 0955 0955West 0955 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; onds seconds West 11.050 feet 0955 Legals 22.124 feet; South 41 North 49 degrees 14 minutes 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 to the point of beginning for /s/ W Jett Wilson 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; seconds West 32.055 feet; the easement; thence run W. JETT WILSON thence continue along a line South 75 degrees 21 minutes North 14 degrees 05 minutes MSB# 7316 that is 5.0 feet East of and 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; 41 seconds West 59.441 feet; SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE parallel to the existing said South 89 degrees 19 minutes South 88 degrees 55 minutes WILSON & HINTON, P.A. drive the following: North 33 51 seconds West 159.434 52 seconds West 32.352 feet; Post Office Box 1257 degrees 13 minutes 40 sec- feet; North 89 degrees 54 South 13 degrees 41 minutes Corinth, MS 38835 onds West 38.849 feet; minutes 13 seconds West 06 seconds West 52.537 feet; (662)286-3366 North 14 degrees 05 minutes 120.218 feet to a nail set; South 38 degrees 42 minutes 41 seconds West 11.050 feet, North 89 degrees 54 minutes 49 seconds West 62.250 feet; Publish 4 times: and to the end of easement. 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; South 63 degrees 11 minutes May 8, May 15, May 22, May North 76 degrees 43 minutes 45 seconds West 40.483 feet; 29, 2012 PARCEL B: A strip of land 10 48 seconds West 39.985 feet; South 80 degrees 11 minutes 13704 feet wide, being 10 feet South North 55 degrees 12 minutes 33 seconds West 31.715 feet; of and parallel to the follow- 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; South 89 degrees 02 minutes ing described line: North 33 degrees 26 minutes 58 seconds West 82.619 feet; 20 seconds West 32.940 feet; North 81 degrees 33 minutes ADVERTISEMENT FOR Commencing at the South- thence leaving said curb run 16 seconds West 45.146 feet; BIDS west corner of the Northeast North 88 degrees 08 minutes North 64 degrees 06 minutes Quarter of the Southeast 23 seconds West 47.007 feet 50 seconds West 38.933 feet; Notice is hereby given that Quarter of Section 33, Town- to a point being 5 feet West North 46 degrees 43 minutes sealed bids for the following ship 2 South, Range 7 East, of an existing 10 feet wide as- 37 seconds West 46.501 feet; project will be received for Alcorn County, Mississippi, phalt drive; thence run along North 22 degrees 56 minutes the City of Corinth by the City Clerk, at 300 Childs said point being an eight inch a line that is 5.0 feet West of 10 seconds West 37.498 feet; Street, Corinth, MS 38834 diameter creosote post; and parallel to said asphalt North 05 degrees 22 minutes until 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, thence run North 89 degrees drive the following: South 27 10 seconds West 32.239 feet June 14, 2012, at which time they will be publicly opened 58 minutes 42 seconds East degrees 04 minutes 20 sec- to the end of easement. and read aloud. along a wire fence and tree onds West 51.119 feet; line 1296.376 feet to a con- thence continue along a line The property described crete right-of-way marker on that is 5.0 feet North of and herein constitutes a part of Project Name: the West right-of-way line of parallel to the existing said Forrest Memorial Park a plat Verandah House Preservation 705 Jackson Street U.S. Highway 45 South; drive the following: South 45 of which is filed for record in Corinth, MS 38834 thence run North 00 degrees degrees 25 minutes 25 sec- the Office of the Chancery 23 minutes 13 seconds East onds West 47.037 feet; South Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis- This project is funded in part along the West right-of-way 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 sissippi, in Plat Book 3 at page by the National Park Service grant no. 28-08-ML-0732 and line of said Highway 279.948 seconds West 55.870 feet; 10. grants from the Mississippi feet to an iron pin set; thence South 87 degrees 46 minutes Department of Archives & run along the North line of 46 seconds West 61.634 feet; History Community Heritage said easement the following: North 71 degrees 00 minutes Although the title to said Preservation Grant Program, North 88 degrees 39 minutes 12 seconds West 52.603 feet; property is believed to be and is subject to the rules and 37 seconds West 89.105 feet North 49 degrees 14 minutes good, I will sell and convey regulations of these grant to a nail being on the West 47 seconds West 49.623 feet; only such title in said prop- programs. edge of a curb on an existing thence continue along a line erty as is vested in me as SubContract Documents may be 25 feet wide asphalt drive; that is 5.0 feet East of and stitute Trustee. obtained from: thence run along said curb parallel to the existing said the following: South 31 de- drive the following: North 33 SIGNED, POSTED Howorth & Associates, grees 22 minutes 56 seconds degrees 13 minutes 40 sec- AND PUBLISHED on this Architects West 17.705 feet; South 46 onds West 38.849 feet; the 8th day of May, 2012. 800 North Lamar, Suite 4 Oxford, MS 38655 degrees 28 minutes 00 sec- North 14 degrees 05 minutes Phone (662) 234-7444 onds West 22.124 feet; South 41 seconds West 11.050 feet (662) 234-0008 59 degrees 15 minutes 30 to the point of beginning for /s/ W Jett Wilson Fax Email seconds West 32.055 feet; the easement; thence run W. JETT WILSON howo@howortharch.com South 75 degrees 21 minutes North 14 degrees 05 minutes MSB# 7316 03 seconds West 21.689 feet; 41 seconds West 59.441 feet; SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Bidders, subcontractors, supSouth 89 degrees 19 minutes South 88 degrees 55 minutes WILSON & HINTON, P.A. pliers, etc. may receive one 51 seconds West 159.434 52 seconds West 32.352 feet; Post Office Box 1257 (1) set of electronic format feet; North 89 degrees 54 South 13 degrees 41 minutes Corinth, MS 38835 Bid Documents on CD (compact disc) from the Design minutes 13 seconds West 06 seconds West 52.537 feet; (662)286-3366 Professional upon receipt of a 120.218 feet to a nail set; South 38 degrees 42 minutes non-refundable deposit of North 89 degrees 54 minutes 49 seconds West 62.250 feet; Publish 4 times: $30.00. Selected Plan Rooms 13 seconds West 7.600 feet; South 63 degrees 11 minutes May 8, May 15, May 22, May and printers will be issued one (1) set of electronic forNorth 76 degrees 43 minutes 45 seconds West 40.483 feet; 29, 2012 mat Bid Documents. All sub48 seconds West 39.985 feet; South 80 degrees 11 minutes 13704 contractors, suppliers, etc. North 55 degrees 12 minutes 33 seconds West 31.715 feet; may choose their source for 23 seconds West 36.389 feet; South 89 degrees 02 minutes and be responsible for payNorth 33 degrees 26 minutes 58 seconds West 82.619 feet; ment of all printed docu20 seconds West 32.940 feet; North 81 degrees 33 minutes ments. All contactors, subthence leaving said curb run 16 seconds West 45.146 feet; contractors, suppliers, etc. will be responsible for inforNorth 88 degrees 08 minutes North 64 degrees 06 minutes mation on the complete set 23 seconds West 47.007 feet 50 seconds West 38.933 feet; of documents, including any to a point being 5 feet West North 46 degrees 43 minutes and all addenda. Bid preparaof an existing 10 feet wide as- 37 seconds West 46.501 feet; tion will be in accordance phalt drive; thence run along North 22 degrees 56 minutes with the Instructions to Bida line that is 5.0 feet West of 10 seconds West 37.498 feet; ders bound in the Project and parallel to said asphalt North 05 degrees 22 minutes Manual. The City of Corinth reserves the right to waive irdrive the following: South 27 10 seconds West 32.239 feet regularities and to reject any degrees 04 minutes 20 sec- to the end of easement. or all bids. onds West 51.119 feet; thence continue along a line The property described Contractors and suppliers that is 5.0 feet North of and herein constitutes a part of qualifying as disadvantaged parallel to the existing said Forrest Memorial Park a plat business enterprises are endrive the following: South 45 of which is filed for record in couraged to participate in the degrees 25 minutes 25 sec- the Office of the Chancery bidding process. onds West 47.037 feet; South Clerk of Alcorn County, MisBids shall be submitted on the 65 degrees 07 minutes 04 sissippi, in Plat Book 3 at page form to be furnished by the seconds West 55.870 feet; 10. Architect and must be accomSouth 87 degrees 46 minutes panied by bid bond or certi46 seconds West 61.634 feet; fied check for at least five Although the title to said North 71 degrees 00 minutes percent (5%) of the base bid payable to the City of Cor12 seconds West 52.603 feet; property is believed to be inth. North 49 degrees 14 minutes good, I will sell Loans and convey $20-$20,000 47 seconds NeckWest Pain49.623 • Backfeet; Painonly such title in said propBY: thence continue along a line erty as is vested in me as SubDisc Problems Tommy Irwin, Mayor that is 5.0 feet East of and stitute Trustee. City of Corinth SpinaltoDecompression Therapy parallel the existing said drive the following: North 33 SIGNED, POSTED Dates of Publication: Most13Insurance degrees minutes 40Accepted sec- AND PUBLISHED on this May 18, 2012 May 22, 2012 onds West 38.849 feet; the 8th day of May, 2012. Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5 13716 North 14 degrees 05 minutes 41 seconds West 11.050 feet 3334 N. Polk Street to the point of beginning for /s/ W Jett Wilson Corinth,thence MS 38834 the easement; run W. JETT WILSON 40 MSB# Years7316 (662) 286-9950 North 14 degrees 05 minutes 41 seconds West 59.441 feet; SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE South 88 degrees 55 minutes WILSON & HINTON, P.A. 52 seconds West 32.352 feet; Post Office Box 1257 South 13 degrees 41 minutes Corinth, MS 38835 06 seconds West 52.537 feet; (662)286-3366 South 38 degrees 42 minutes 49 seconds West 62.250 feet; Publish 4 times: South 63 degrees 11 minutes May 8, May 15, May 22, May 45 seconds West 40.483 feet; 29, 2012 South 80 degrees 11 minutes 13704 33 seconds West 31.715 feet; South 89 degrees 02 minutes 58 seconds West 82.619 feet; North 81 degrees 33 minutes 16 seconds West 45.146 feet; North 64 degrees 06 minutes 50 seconds West 38.933 feet; North 46 degrees 43 minutes 37 seconds West 46.501 feet; North 22 degrees 56 minutes 10 seconds West 37.498 feet; North 05 degrees 22 minutes Mow / Weed eat / Cleanup 10 seconds West 32.239 feet Residential/ to the end of easement.

Howorth & Associates, Architects 800 North Lamar, Suite 4 Oxford, MS 38655 Phone 234-7444 Legals 0955 (662) Fax (662) 234-0008 Email howo@howortharch.com Bidders, subcontractors, suppliers, etc. may receive one (1) set of electronic format Bid Documents on CD (compact disc) from the Design Professional upon receipt of a non-refundable deposit of $30.00. Selected Plan Rooms and printers will be issued one (1) set of electronic format Bid Documents. All subcontractors, suppliers, etc. may choose their source for and be responsible for payment of all printed documents. All contactors, subcontractors, suppliers, etc. will be responsible for information on the complete set of documents, including any and all addenda. Bid preparation will be in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders bound in the Project Manual. The City of Corinth reserves the right to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Contractors and suppliers qualifying as disadvantaged business enterprises are encouraged to participate in the bidding process.

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NO. 2012-0259-02 Home Improvement ? & Repair NOTICE TO CREDITORS BUTLER, DOUG: Foundation, floor leveling, bricks cracking, rotten Notice is hereby given that w o o d , basements, Letters of Administration shower floor. Over 35 were on the 1st day of May, yrs. exp. Free est. 2012, issued to the under- 7 3 1 - 2 3 9 - 8 9 4 5 or signed by the Chancery Court 662-284-6146. of Alcorn County, Mississippi, on the Estate of SADIE L. MATHIS, Deceased, and all I DO IT ALL! Quality Prespersons having claims against sure Washing, Painting the said estate are hereby no- Int. & ext., Carpentry, tified to present the same to plumbing, laminate the Clerk of said Court for flooring installation & probate and registration ac- more. If you need it cording to law within ninety fixed, don't hesitate to (90) days from May 8, 2012, call. No job too small. the date of the first publica- Great rates, dependable tion or they will be forever s e r v i c e , Free est. barred. 662-284-6848.

Bids shall be submitted on the form to be furnished by the Architect and must be accompanied by bid bond or certified check for at least five THIS the 30th day of April, percent (5%) of the base bid 2012. payable to the City of Corinth. Mike Tynan, Administrator of the BY: Estate of Sadie L. Mathis, Tommy Irwin, Mayor City of Corinth Deceased Dates of Publication: May 18, 2012 May 22, 2012 13716

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The property described herein constitutes a part of 1505 Park Fulton Forrest Memorial a platDr., of which is filed for record in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, in Plat Book 3 at page 10.

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39 99¢ 6295 ¢ 79 662-842-2728 1x6 or 1x8 White Pine $ 00 500 $ Roll Roofing 1295 Fancy Handle Locks $ 4995 $ Pine Plywood 1495 Tile Porcelain & 39¢ 79¢¢ Ceramic Handicap $ 6995 Commodes $ Storm Doors 11995 $ Vent-A-Hood 4695 Gas $ 35995 Water Heaters Electric $ 25995 Water Heaters $ 3/8T-1-11 Siding 1395 Community Profiles Air Compressors $12695 Smith Discount Home Center Laminate Flooring ¢ Best Selection .......... to Shingles $ Architectural Reg. $79.95.......... Laminate Flooring

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Although the title to said property is believed to be good, I will sell and convey only such title in said property as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee.

SIGNED, POSTED AND PUBLISHED on this the 8th day of May, 2012.

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