Page 1

Inside today: More than $98 in coupon savings

History

Graduation

The story of old ‘Douglas’ the camel.

A Salute to the Class of 2013

Page 1B

www.dailycorinthian.com

Sunday May 19, 2013 $1.50

Section Inside

Crossroads Area High School Graduations

Daily Corinthian Vol. 117, No. 119

• Corinth, Mississippi •

2 0 1 3

A.M. t-storm Today

Tonight

89

68

40% chance of a.m. rain

28 pages • Three sections

Local company, global success

One hospitalized following shooting BY BOBBY J. SMITH bjsmith@dailycorinthian.com

One man was hospitalized following a pre-dawn shooting in Corinth on Saturday. Corinth Police received a call about a gunshot victim at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday and responded to a residence at 916 Ross Street. There they found a young

black man who had been shot once in the stomach. He was transported to Magnolia Regional Health Center. Detective Sgt. Fred Curio responded to the call and began working the case, said Corinth Police Deputy Chief Scotty Harville. The investigation continues into the shooting, Harville said.

Former ACMS principal’s school computer missing BY BOBBY J. SMITH bjsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Staff photo by Steve Beavers

James Drake loads panels into the hot press to bond them together.

Timber Products Company builds on 20 years of quality, success BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Timber Products Company could be the most successful business no one has ever heard about.

Plant Manager David Mitchell is anxious to let the community in on what has kept the company thriving in Corinth for over 20 years. “It's amazing how little peo-

ple realize what we do,” said Mitchell with a smile. “We have a neat story and want to tell it to everyone in the comPlease see TIMBER | 2A

The Daily Corinthian has obtained a report filed with the Alcorn County Sheriff’s Department regarding a schoolissued laptop computer that went missing while in the possession of Dan Burcham, the former principal of Alcorn Central Middle School. According to the lost property report, ACMS Assistant Principal Nellie Massengill told the Sheriff’s Department that the laptop — which had been issued to Burcham — had

BY STEVE BEAVERS

Spraying Avery

Biggersville High School senior Brittany Pruitt (right) gives Avery Crump some help with her hair prior to the BHS 2013 Graduation. Thirty-eight Biggersville students collected their diplomas on Friday night. Kossuth is the next Alcorn County school to graduate. Kossuth’s commencement is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday with Alcorn Central slated for 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Index Stocks......8A Classified......6B Comics Inside State......5A

Weather......5A Obituaries......3A Opinion......4A Sports....10A

Please see BURCHAM | 3A

Railroads, police advise train safety awareness sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Staff photo by Steve Beavers

gone missing while in the former principal’s possession. Around Feb. 12, 2013, some personal issues arose at the school, the report stated, and the computer was in question. According to the Sheriff’s Department report, the administration spoke with Burcham about the computer, and Burcham said it had been missing for approximately two weeks — but he had not reported it. Burcham’s termination as principal was upheld on

A red flashing light means stop. Not speed up. Knowing that could mean the difference between life and death for motorists. Kansas City Southern and the Corinth Police Department want the public to be more aware when it come to railroad safety. The two spent over an hour training to promote safety at railroad crossings on Thursday with an Officer on a Train event. “Working with local law enforcement to raise awareness is simply the best way to a marked difference in this important public safety matter,” said KCS Public Safety Director Allen Pepper. “We just want to educate people on the right thing to do when a red flash is flashing or a gate is down.” Corinth assistant chief Scotty Harville was stationed on the engine while officers Mark Luker and Jerry Barnes observed

traffic at the crossings during the training session KCS does 25-30 times a year. “The training gives them a chance to see how traffic reacts as a train approaches a crossing,” said Pepper. “This is positive training,” added Harville as officers were prepared to stop motorists if a violation was committed. “We just want them to be more aware when a train is nearing a crossing.” Luker believes more education is always beneficial. “Any time you go through training, it makes you better,” he said. “It makes you focus on the violations and hopefully, this will help us make the public more conscious of the dangers at railroad crossings.” According to Operation Lifesaver – a non-profit rail safety education program – a person or vehicle is hit by a train every three hours. Please see SAFETY | 2A

On this day in history 150 years ago Vicksburg Campaign. In hopes of taking the city before the Confederates can prepare an adequate defense, Grant attacks Vicksburg, but is thrown back with heavy losses. Pemberton vows to defend the city to the last.

Now Renting 2013 Nissans!

Call for complete details and rates!

286.6006

BROSE

HWY 72 E • Corinth MS www.broseautoplex.com


Local

2A • Daily Corinthian

Sunday, May 19, 2013

TIMBER CONTINUED FROM 1A

munity.” Timber Products has been in business for 75 years. Owned by the Gonyea family of Springfield, Ore., Timber Products is one of the most diversified companies in the wood products industry. “Hardwood plywood is what we do,” said the plant manager. “Our core business is in interior decorative panels and we are heavily involved in the kitchen cabinet industry.” The company is also big in most things individuals come across during a normal day. Things such as furniture in hotels and motels, in banks and even in the locker rooms of

college and professional teams. “We are tied to the housing market and have material brought in from all seven continents,” said Mitchell. “The furniture you see in Holiday and Hampton Inns in the southeast comes from here … we have a bunch of products found in Cowboys Stadium in Dallas and even in the apartment of Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter.” TPC was looking for a location in the southeast when it moved to Corinth over 20 years ago in March. The existing equipment and facility of State Industries made Corinth the logical choice. “The majority of what we do is make 4x8 panels

and send those to customers to do their thing,” said the plant manager of close to three years. Timber Products also can produce 4x6 and 4x7 panels with 80 percent of its wood being oak, maple and cherry. “Most of what we produce stays in the United States and goes to anyone who uses high end decorative wood,” said Mitchell. Its time in Corinth began in the gray building behind the old Corinth Machinery structure. In no time, TPC outgrew its initial location and moved to its current site in the former Dana Hydraulics plant on Harper Road. “The plant has grown

from an average of 40 employees over two years ago to 60-65 today,” noted the plant manager. “Hopefully, we can get to 100-150 at some point.” The typical day for one of the largest manufacturers in America of hardwood plywood begins at 3 a.m. with the mixing of glue. Employees start building hardwood panels at 5 where they are sent to be hot pressed at 6. The finishing department then comes in at 6. Currently, the plant runs only one shift. Six wood graders are part of an important part of the company. “They make or break us,” added Mitchell of the employees who separate the pieces.

Staff photo by Steve Beavers

Levi Burcham catches core from the glue spreader to build a veneer core panel.

Shared Data Plans

Without Overages

Production has increased to 20 percent over two years as employees produce 18,000-20,000 panels a week. Mitchell said TPC could produce up to 25,000 panels before looking at going to a second shift. “I have been in this business 20 plus years and this team is the best I have been around,” said Mitchell of the employees. “They have bought into what we are doing.” Production has increased so much over the past few years, that Timber Products can turn an order in three days rather than a week. “Our next step as we grow is to cut to size our products for our customers at some point,” said Mitchell. “We would like to get our wood in every local place around here.” Its local ties can be

found in the City of Refuge Church, Alcorn Central baseball field house and the new office of Dr. John Dodd. Timber Products has also helped by donating products to several locations in the area. “We try to be part of the community and not just sit in our own little corner,” added Mitchell. TPC carries a huge inventory at the 250,000 square foot facility. Around $3 million of hardwood skins are kept to get an order out quick to a customer if needed. “We market ourselves as a one-stop shop,” said the plant manager. “Everything here is made to order … the customer wants the ability to order today and get it tomorrow.” Something the company has been doing for over 20 years.

Staff photo by Steve Beavers

Kansas City Southern engineer Tim Dallas (right) goes over train safety regulations with Corinth Police Department assistant chief Scotty Harville.

SAFETY CONTINUED FROM 1A

Only from C Spire, America’s Best Shared Data Plans let you share data among up to 10 devices without any data overage surprises for no additional charge. Shared Data Plans also include unlimited talk, text and picture messaging, along with streaming and personal hotspots for capable devices. CHOICE Data Plans will still be available so that you have more ways than ever to stay in control of your wireless plan.

Learn more at cspire.com/shareddata

Find us on:

Some safety tips to keep in mind when nearing a railroad crossing are: ■ Always expect a train at each highway-rail intersection. ■ Never walk on tracks. It’s illegal trespass and highly dangerous. ■ Trains have the right of way 100 percent of the time. ■ Any approaching train is always moving faster than you think. ■ Obey all warning signs and signals. ■ Stay alert around tracks. No texting, headphones or other distractions should prevent you from hearing and approaching train. ■ Do not stop on the tracks at a red light. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports three out of four crashes occur within 25 miles of

a driver’s home, and half occur within five miles of their home. A comparison of statistics from NHTSA and the Federal Railroad Administration reveals that a motorist’s collision with a train is far more likely to result in a fatality than a collision between two motor vehicles. “With statistics like those it makes sense to approach grade crossing collisions and trespassing incidents as a community issue,” noted Pepper. “If motorists will approach a crossing and be prepared for a train being there, they will be safer.” Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., KCS is a transportation holding company that has railroad investments in the U.S., Mexico and Panama. Its primary U.S. holding is The Kansas City Southern Railway Company, serving the central and south central U.S.

Preservation Commission 2-year data/voice agreement required. © 2013 C Spire Wireless. All rights reserved.

The Corinth Preservation Commission will hold a public meeting at Corinth City Hall on

Wednesday, May 29, at 6:30 p.m. to consider matters before the commission.


Local

3A • Daily Corinthian

Today in History Today is Sunday, May 19, the 139th day of 2013. There are 226 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlights in History: On May 19, 1943, in his second wartime address to the U.S. Congress, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his country’s full support in the fight against Japan. That same day, top U.S. and British officials meeting in Washington reached agreement on May 1, 1944 as the date for the D-Day invasion of France (the operation ended up being launched more than a month later).

On this date: In 1536, Anne Boleyn, the second wife of England’s King Henry VIII, was beheaded after being convicted of adultery. In 1780, a mysterious darkness enveloped much of New England and part of Canada in the early afternoon. In 1909, the Ballets Russes (Russian Ballets), under the direction of Sergei Diaghilev, debuted in Paris. In 1913, California Gov. Hiram Johnson signed the Webb-Hartley Law prohibiting “aliens ineligible to citizenship” from owning farm land, a measure targeting Asian immigrants, particularly Japanese. In 1921, Congress passed, and President Warren G. Harding signed, the Emergency Quota Act, which established national quotas for immigrants. In 1935, T.E. Lawrence, also known as “Lawrence of Arabia,” died in Dorset, England, six days after being injured in a motorcycle crash. In 1962, actress Marilyn Monroe sang “Happy Birthday to You” to President John F. Kennedy during a Democratic fundraiser at New York’s Madison Square Garden. In 1964, the State Department disclosed that 40 hidden microphones had been found in the U.S. embassy in Moscow. In 1973, Secretariat won the Preakness Stakes, the second of his Triple Crown victories. In 1981, five British soldiers were killed by an Irish Republican Army landmine in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. In 1993, the Clinton White House set off a political storm by abruptly firing the entire staff of its travel office; five of the seven staffers were later reinstated and assigned to other duties. In 1994, former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died in New York at age 64.

Ten years ago: WorldCom Inc. agreed to pay investors $500 million to settle civil fraud charges. The Supreme Court dealt a defeat to the drug industry, ruling 6-3 that a state (in this case, Maine) may try to force companies to lower prices on prescription medications for the poor and uninsured. A Palestinian woman blew herself up during a security check outside a mall, killing three Israelis in the fifth suicide bombing in 48 hours.

P.O. Box 1800 Corinth, MS 38835

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Mississippi launches Click-It-or-Ticket effort Today, the Mississippi Office of Highway Safety (MOHS) held a press conference launching its “Click It or Ticket” Memorial Day Campaign as part of a high-visibility effort to boost seat belt use—day and night. The press conference, held at the Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Museum, highlighted the need for motorists to buckle up as law enforcement officials will be out in full force now through the Memorial Day holiday (through June 2) to ensure that drivers and passengers on the roadways are buckled. Speakers at the press

conference included the Mississippi Department of Public Safety (DPS) Commissioner Albert Santa Cruz; MOHS Office Director Shirley Thomas; Hinds County Sheriff Tyrone Lewis and Ryan Estep, a victim advocate for seat belt use. In addition, representatives from the Mississippi Highway Patrol, other local law enforcement officers, the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children, Ministers Against Crime, DREAM and other state and community organizations were at the event to show their support for the campaign.

DPS Commissioner Albert Santa Cruz talked about the importance of seat belt use at the press conference saying, “The statistics are clear, year after year, that seat belts save lives. Last year in Mississippi there were 582 traffic fatalities. Of those 582 fatalities, 302 of them were either unrestrained drivers or unrestrained passengers. All of these people had families, friends and co-workers who have felt their loss and it’s clear that seat belts could have prevented that loss. It’s vitally important that motorists wear them at all times,

day or night. All law enforcement officials are at a heightened level to enforce seat belt laws now through the Memorial Day holiday which is one of the peak travel times of the year. I’m asking all Mississippians to please buckle up, and to also offer their appreciation to the men and women in law enforcement who work to keep us safer every day.” The MOHS “Click It or Ticket” campaign is part of a national effort during this Memorial Day holiday period to make sure drivers are wearing seat belts at all times behind the wheel.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 52 percent of the 21,253 passenger vehicle occupants killed in 2011 were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash. Deaths involving seat belt nonuse are more prevalent at night than during the daytime. According to NHTSA, 62 percent of the 10,135 passenger vehicle occupants killed in 2011 during the overnight hours of 6 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.

Alcorn County students selected for MSMS in Columbus Two students from Alcorn County have been awarded admittance to the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science. Cheyenne Phillips of Walnut and Cassie Shields of Corinth will join approximately 125 other academically gifted students from across the state of Mississippi as a member of the MSMS Class of 2015. Phillips is a current sophomore at Kossuth High School and is the daughter of Terry & Kim Phillips. Shields is a current sophomore at Kossuth High School and is the daughter of Salvatore & Fiona Shields. These students competed against more than 180 other Mississippi high school students for admittance into the prestigious high school. “This is definitely one of the most competitive groups of candidates we’ve ever seen,” said MSMS Admissions Counselor Wade Leonard. “Perhaps more than ever, this group of students absolutely represents the best and brightest Mississippi

“This is definitely one of the most competitive groups of candidates we’ve ever seen. Perhaps more than ever, this group of students absolutely represents the best and brightest Mississippi has to offer.” Wade Leonard MSMS admissions counselor

has to offer.” Located in Columbus on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women, MSMS is the state’s only public, residential high school specifically designed to meet the needs of Mississippi’s most academically gifted students. Students who attend the school spend their junior and senior years living on the school’s campus and engaging in college level classes in mathematics, science, the humanities and the arts. On average, MSMS graduating classes are offered in excess of $12.5 million in scholarship offers each year. In 2012, Newsweek Magazine and The Daily Beast named MSMS

as one of the best high schools in America. It was the only Mississippi high school to make the list. Students interested in applying to MSMS must be current Mississippi high school sopho-

mores with a record of outstanding academic achievement, especially in the areas of math and science. Students must also have an ACT score (a score of 20 or higher is recommended) and undergo a rigor-

ous application process. During the application process students will be required to submit a resume, two essays, an original project of their devising and secure four recommendations from their teachers and counselors. Application into the Class of 2015 is now closed; however, students interested in becoming members of the Class of 2016 may begin the process in mid-summer 2013. For more information please visit www. themsms.org or call Admissions Counselor Wade Leonard at 1-800553-6459.

You are Cordially Invited to a Special Meeting of the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors

BURCHAM CONTINUED FROM 1A

April 9 in an executive session of the Alcorn County Board of Education. A formal statement from the board said Burcham’s employment was terminated because of his improper conduct toward female employees of the district and misuse of school funds. Burcham was suspended from his position in February, then dismissed, after Alcorn School District officials had investigated complaints against the principal that had not been made public. Two teachers at ACMS filed a lawsuit against Burcham and Alcorn School District Superintendent Gina Rogers Smith in March. In the suit, Janet Walls Holley and Stephanie Leigh Eaton allege that Burcham engaged in “reprehen-

sible conduct” towards them, and alleges the district superintendent violated the two teachers’ right to free speech by demanding they stay silent about the nature of the conduct that led to their complaint.

Doctors’ Discovery Helps Diabetics PHILADELPHIA — A team of doctors has found that a new formulation of exotic sounding ingredients gives new hope to diabetics. The formula, called Cinnatrol™ promotes healthy blood sugar levels by effectively metabolizing glucose into energy. In a research study, all patients taking just one capful of the liquid (one ounce) daily, dramatically lowered their blood sugar levels compared to a placebo group. Another scientific study found that an ingredient in Cinnatrol made insulin 20 times more capable of converting blood sugar to energy. While individual results vary, one patient in the study lowered his blood sugar from 220-245 to the 100-130 range in only 28 days, despite being instructed not to change his dietary habits or physical activity. Some patients, under their doctors care, have been able to reduce or eliminate their need for diabetic drugs. Scientists say that Cinnatrol helps diabetic drugs to work more efficiently. Study results can be found at www.cinnatrol.com Cinnatrol is available without a prescription at pharmacies and nutrition stores or call 1-800339-3301. Now at: WALGREENS #1913 2026 Hwy 72E 287-4066

Home Delivery 1 year - - - - - - - $139.85 6 months - - - - - - $73.85 3 months - - - - - - $38.85

Mail Rates 1 year - - - - - - - -$198.90 6 months - - - - - - $101.60 3 months - - - - - - $53.45

Dedication / Ribbon Cutting Ceremony May 20th, 2013 ~ 9:00 am 305 South Fulton Drive To start your home delivered subscription: Call 287-6111 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. For your convenience try our office pay plans.

Miss your paper? To report a problem or delivery change call the circulation department at 287-6111. Late, wet or missing newspaper complaints should be made before 10 a.m. to ensure redelivery to immediate Corinth area. All other areas will be delivered the next day.

USPS 142-560 The Daily Corinthian is published daily Tuesday through Sunday by PMG, LLC. at 1607 South Harper Road, Corinth, Miss. Periodicals postage paid at Corinth, MS 38834

Postmaster: Send address changes to: P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835


Opinion

Reece Terry, publisher

www.dailycorinthian.com

Mark Boehler, editor

4A • Sunday, May 19, 2013

Corinth, Miss.

Local View

Protecting 2nd Amendment rights remains a priority BY NICK BAIN State representative

Going into the 2013 session, I was among those members who were determined to make sure that our constitutional right to bear arms would be protected. To many Mississippians, the Second Amendment is something we recognize as essential to helping us defend ourselves, our families and our communities from harm, while also honoring our state’s strong hunting traditions. My colleagues and I wanted to do whatever we could to help strengthen our gun rights, and I am pleased to say we succeeded. One of the early bills of the session signed into law by the governor is one which I cosponsored to clarify the language affecting citizens licensed to carry concealed weapons in Mississippi. This law protects people who have a permit to carry a concealed weapon, if the weapon is holstered and thus not completely hidden. Previously, people were inadvertently violating the law because of vague wording in this provision of the law. House Bill 2 passed the House overwhelmingly by a vote of 111-8 and passed the Senate unanimously. It will become effective on July 1. House Bill 485, which I supported, protects the personal information of individuals who have applied for concealed carry permits from becoming a matter of public record. It is important to note that this information will continue to be available to law enforcement officials. My colleagues and I simply did not believe that a citizen’s personal information should be made public just because he or she filled out a government form. In today’s environment where identity theft is so rampant, protecting one’s information is very important. The final version of the measure passed the House unanimously and was signed into law on the same day as House Bill 2. It became effective immediately, so it is now the law. We also passed two bills that directly affect hunters in our state. The first, House Bill 1139, allows hunters to use a weapon of choice for deer hunting on private land after Nov. 30 of last year. We believed that artificial restrictions on weapons used to hunt deer just didn’t make sense any more. This bill will enable hunters to hone their skills on their favorite weapons. It goes into effect July 1 of next year. House Bill 102, “Wounded Warrior Special Programs,” provides wounded veterans the opportunity to hunt in specified areas in our state parks. I was proud to co-sponsor this bill as a small gesture of appreciation from the State for these individuals who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. It goes into effect on July 1 of this year. I am a member of the National Rifle Association, and I will continue to do what I can to make sure that Mississippians are able to exercise their Second Amendment rights. I am also a big proponent of gun safety training so that gun owners will know how to use these weapons responsibly and safely. (Nick Bain of Corinth is state representative for House District 2 which includes Alcorn County. To reach him, email nbain@ house.ms.gov or call him at 662-287-1620 or message him on FaceBook at Nicholas Ryan Bain.)

Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s ‘clinic of horrors’ It was the pictures and riveting testimony that convinced a Philadelphia jury that abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was guilty of murdering three infants born alive following botched lateterm abortions and also guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Karnamaya Mongar, who overdosed on Demerol during an abortion at Gosnell’s clinic. How ironic that the Gosnell decision was delivered the day after Mother’s Day. The two-month trial has reignited the abortion debate. But while many states have managed to impose some restrictions on abortion clinics and establish informed consent laws and in some cases require a woman to view a sonogram before aborting an unborn child, abortion on demand for almost any reason and at almost any stage of pregnancy remains legal in every state. Maybe you heard about the Gosnell trial, maybe you didn’t. Big media (except for Fox) certainly didn’t give it a lot of play. One big media outlet, ABC News, refused even to cover it until it was nearly over. According to the Media Research Center, “ABC went from March 18, 2013 (the trial’s start) through Monday afternoon with no coverage. Yet during the

same time, the network devoted a staggering 187 minutes (or 70 segments) to Cal other shockThomas ing criminal cases, such Columnist as Jodi Arias and Amanda Knox.” That’s 56 days of zero coverage. Why the blackout? Veterinary clinics appear better regulated than many abortion clinics in this country, but the cleanliness and age of the buildings and instruments isn’t the point. It’s the estimated 55 million children — and counting — who are denied their right to live. Some pagan cultures of old practiced child sacrifice to appease ancient deities. What happened at Gosnell’s clinic was a modern version of child sacrifice to our “god” of convenience and self-interest. In this case, as in all other clinics and hospitals that perform abortions, the practice is also for the purpose of appeasing the abortion on demand “gods” who champion “a woman’s right to choose” rather than a child’s right to live. Choose what? Choose death over life, oneself over the life of an innocent? Why

destroy a baby when there are thousands of loving parents out there willing to adopt a child? “Former clinic employees testified that Gosnell routinely performed illegal abortions past Pennsylvania’s 24-week limit,” writes the Huffington Post, “that he delivered babies who were still moving, whimpering or breathing, and that he and his assistants dispatched the newborns by ‘snipping’ their spines...” This sounds like something out of a Nazi death camp. Yet our views on abortion, apparently, hold firm. The Washington Post reports, “Views of abortion have remained steady for years and a recent Gallup poll showed that the Gosnell trial has not altered them. About a quarter of Americans said abortion should be legal in all circumstances, according to a poll conducted at the height of the trial. Twenty percent said it should always be illegal, and just over half said it should be legal in some circumstances.” All circumstances? Gosnell snipped the spines of aborted babies, many born viable at 24 weeks. “Kermit Gosnell is the tip of the iceberg,” Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List, a

nonprofit organization that seeks to eliminate abortion in the U.S., told the Washington Times. “There has been multi-state breakdown of oversight in the abortion industry, as well as the barbarism of abortions performed on children capable of feeling pain and surviving outside the womb.” Oversight, yes, but we also need a rollback on abortions, especially on late-term abortions. Viable lives should be saved. The Gosnell trial should be a turning point in the abortion wars. Pro-life members of Congress should introduce legislation restricting abortion in the final trimester in all states. Abortion should again be an issue in next year’s campaign for House and Senate seats. Tightly argued court cases should be brought before the courts so that the Supreme Court can begin to right the wrong of Roe v. Wade, a decision that even liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg now acknowledges could have benefited from some “judicial restraint.” The time has come. More babies and women can and must be saved. (Readers may e-mail Daily Corinthian columnist Cal Thomas at tmseditors@tribune.com.)

Prayer for today Lord, help us to be faithful watchmen during our watch in this brief journey in which we sojourn here below. In the name of Jesus we pray. Amen.

A verse to share “Who is he that overcometh the world, but he that believeth that Jesus is the Son of God.” — 1 John 5:5

Sound Off Policy Effective immediately, the Daily Corinthian Sound Off policy will be the same as its Letter to the Editor Policy. Sounds Offs need to be submitted with a name, address, contact phone number and if possible, e-mail address, for author verification. The author’s name and city of residence will be published with the Sound Off. Sound Offs will only accepted from those who wish to have their names published with their opinion. All other Letter to the Editor rules apply for Sound Offs.

What in the world happened, Mr. President? It hasn’t been a great week for the Obama folks, as the scandal du jour tour has firmly taken hold. Every day it seems another federal agency is exposed as having intimidated, snooped, covered up or gone to Vegas on the taxpayer dime. Zimbabwe is even making fun of us. On Jan. 21, 2009, in remarks welcoming his new presidential staff, Barack Obama said: “Let me say it as simply as I can: Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency.” So what happened, Mr. President? Why so much stonewalling? Let’s take this one by one. Obama has to know that nobody is buying the assertion that U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice made a simple error when she blamed the assassination of Ambassador

Reece Terry

Mark Boehler

publisher rterry@dailycorinthian.com

editor editor@dailycorinthian.com

Willie Walker

Roger Delgado

circulation manager circdirector@dailycorinthian.com

press foreman

Bill O’Reilly The O’Reilly Factor

Christopher Stevens on a spontaneous Muslim uprising caused by a stupid anti-Islamic video. No one believes that was an honest mistake, Mr. Presi-

dent. So it is on Obama himself to explain the Rice deal — and also to explain why armed U.S. assets in Tripoli were not immediately sent to help the ambassador and other Americans under siege in Benghazi. But for eight months, the president has refused to explain. The IRS chaos is newer, and the president was forced to respond by firing Steve Miller, who ran the agency. But again, how

could the powerful IRS get so out of control? Was it loyalty to a liberal president that made agents unfairly target conservatives? We need some clarity here. On the Associated Press front, all the president has to do is what Attorney General Eric Holder refuses to do: explain in general terms why the Justice Department thought it necessary to secure the phone records of AP reporters; explain why there was an urgency to the investigation. Obama can certainly do that without compromising national security. So why isn’t he doing it? The answer to that question lies in accountability. When has Obama ever been held accountable for anything? The press largely covers for him when mistakes are made, and the public seems to be in a

World Wide Web: www.dailycorinthian.com To Sound Off: E-mail: email: news@dailycorinthian.com Circulation 287-6111 Classified Adv. 287-6147

very forgiving mood, especially on economic matters, where, according to some polls, almost half of the voters believe the sluggish economy is George W. Bush’s fault. Sensing blood in the water, the president’s ardent opponents will continue to take the scandals as far as they can. The only way this stops is for Obama to take control, admit whatever mistakes were made, explain how and why they happened, and hope the public understands. If he doesn’t do that, his second term could well be a national nightmare. (Daily Corinthian columnist and veteran TV news anchor Bill O’Reilly is host of the Fox News show “The O’Reilly Factor” and author of the book “Pinheads and Patriots: Where You Stand in the Age of Obama.”)

How to reach us -- extensions:

Newsroom.....................317 Circulation....................301 news@dailycorinthian.com advertising@dailycorinthian. Advertising...................339 Classifieds....................302 com Classad@dailycorinthian.com Bookkeeping.................333

Editorials represent the voice of the Daily Corinthian. Editorial columns, letters to the editor and other articles that appear on this page represent the opinions of the writers and the Daily Corinthian may or may not agree.


State/Nation

5A • Daily Corinthian

Nation Briefs Associated Press

Probe begins after commuter trains crash FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Two commuter trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in an accident that sent about 70 people to the hospital, severely damaged the tracks and threatened to snarl travel in the congested Northeast Corridor. Three patients remained in critical condition Saturday morning, with two of those stable, according to officials at two Bridgeport hospitals. The crash happened Friday evening on the Metro-North Railroad, which serves the northern suburbs of New York City. Passengers described a chaotic, terrifying scene of crunching metal and flying bodies. “All I know was I was in the air, hitting seats, bouncing around, flying down the aisle and finally I came to a stop on one seat,” Lola Oliver, 49, of Bridgeport, told The Associated Press. “It happened so fast I had no idea what was going on. All I know is we crashed.” About 700 people were on board the MetroNorth trains when one heading east from New York City’s Grand Central Station to New Haven derailed about 6:10 p.m. just outside Bridgeport, MTA and Bridgeport officials said. The train was hit by a train heading west from New Haven to Grand Central on an adjacent track, MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan said. Some cars on the second train also derailed as a result of the collision.

Texas residents found after tornadoes GRANBURY, Texas — People who were missing in the wake of the destructive tornadoes in North Texas have been found safe, officials said Friday, but they didn’t

indicate when residents of one hard-hit neighborhood will be allowed to return to survey damage to their homes. The Hood County Sheriff’s Office said the death toll from the violent storm system Wednesday night remains at six and is unlikely to change. Authorities had said Thursday that as many as seven people were listed as missing, but everyone has now been accounted for. Hood County sheriff’s spokesman Nathan Stringer said authorities were focusing Friday on a devastated neighborhood in Granbury known as Rancho Brazos Estates, where most of the homes were damaged or destroyed. Stringer said it isn’t known when the community will be safe enough for people to return, but said an informational meeting for residents will be held Saturday morning. Granbury is 40 miles southwest of Fort Worth. He said there are at least 100 workers who have descended on Rancho Brazos to restore water service, raise electrical lines and clear debris. “I can’t see them being able to get anyone in the area,” Stringer said. “That area is utterly devastated. I was in there for a couple of hours and I didn’t see anything untouched. It was one big debris field.” He added that the damage is so extensive that it’s unclear where roads begin and end. Raul Rodriguez was at home Wednesday with his wife and three children when the storm hit. “I looked out the window and thought, ‘It doesn’t look good,’” he said. The 42-year-old auto mechanic has lived in Rancho Brazos for two years in a home built by volunteers for Habitat for Humanity. It was the first home Rodriguez has ever owned.

Idaho man in court for terrorism plot BOISE, Idaho — An

Sunday, May 19, 2013

State Briefs

Uzbekistan national living in Idaho has made his first court appearance on charges he gave support, cash and other resources to help a recognized terrorist group in his own country. Thirty-year-old Fazliddin Kurbanov pleaded not guilty Friday morning during a brief hearing in federal court in Boise and was formally charged with three federal terrorism counts. He was arrested Thursday during a raid at his Boise apartment. A grand jury indictment alleges Kurbanov gave money, computer software and other resources to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan — a designated foreign terrorist group. Kurbanov said he couldn’t pay for an attorney, so federal public defender Richard Rubin was appointed to handle the case. Kurbanov will be held in the Ada County Jail until his detention hearing Tuesday.

Parade shootings arrests cheered NEW ORLEANS — Bond has been set at more than $10 million for the second of two brothers facing attempted seconddegree murder charges in the Mother’s Day shooting spree that broke out during a neighborhood parade in new Orleans. Twenty-four-year-old Shawn Scott was arrested Thursday, the day after his brother Akein Scott was arrested in the case. Authorities initially said Shawn Scott would make his first court appearance Friday morning, but court records show his $10 million bond was set Thursday evening. Three people were critically wounded in the shootings. The leader of the organization that stages the annual parade in New Orleans’ 7th ward says he’s ecstatic about the arrests. The group plans to march again on June 1.

Associated Press

NEMCC student’s body recovered COURTLAND, Ala. — The body of 20-year-old Mississippi college student who drowned while fishing in Lawrence County was found Friday, authorities said. Simeon Gray was pulled from Spring Creek in the area that search and rescue K-9s teams indicated they had a hit. When searchers were certain they could retrieve Gray’s body, Gray’s family was cleared from the bridge where they had been watching the rescue operations since Wednesday night. Gray’s father identified his son, according to Lawrence County Coroner Scott Norwood. He said the cause of death will be accidental drowning. Tracking dogs from HEMSI Search and Rescue in Huntsville were instrumental in narrowing down the search area. The K-9 search and rescue team is specially trained in water searches. Time was at a premium for finding Gray because the Tennessee Valley Authority, who had closed the dam gates to make it easier to search for Gray, saw a fast rise in the depth of the creek and the gates may not have been able to stay closed. Gray and his four friends had gone fishing after Gray had returned home from Northeast Mississippi Community College in Booneville, Miss., The Decatur Daily reported. Gray had been moving hand-over-hand across the creek using concrete supporting underneath the Lawrence County Road 400 bridge span when he slipped and fell into swift currents, according to Norwood. Norwood said that foul play had been ruled out.

Gray couldn’t swim, Norwood said. He was wearing fishing boots that would have filled immediately with water. His friends and others fishing at the creek attempted a rescue, but were unable to find Gray.

Observer: Speedy confirmation for Brown TUPELO — Observers are predicting a speedy confirmation to the federal bench for Jackson attorney Debra M. Brown. If confirmed, Brown would become the state’s first black female district judge. Carl Tobias, a professor at Virginia’s University of Richmond, tells the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal that Brown is “well-qualified, noncontroversial and diverse,” like many judicial nominees by President `Barack Obama. Tobias predicts a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this summer and the full Senate vote in the fall. Northern District Chief Judge Michael P. Mills says Brown’s nomination is “good news” considering that the district has had no judge based in its Greenville courthouse since Allen W. Pepper Jr. died in January 2012. Since then, the two district judges, two senior judges and magistrates have shouldered larger numbers of cases.

Ex-Biloxi mayor still denies role in killings BILOXI — Former Biloxi Mayor Pete Halat, now free from prison, still says he had no part in a murder plot that led to him spending almost 16 years in federal prison. Halat tells WLOX-TV that he had “absolutely nothing” to do with the murders of Harrison County Circuit Judge Vincent Sherry and his wife, Margaret, in 1987. Sherry and Halat had been law partners starting in 1981. Halat was elected mayor 1989, losing a re-election bid

in 1993. Halat was convicted in 1997 of conspiracy to commit racketeering, obstruction of justice, conspiracy to obstruct justice and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. He was sentenced to 18 years in prison. According to court testimony, Halat knew about the murder plot against the Sherrys and failed to notify law enforcement.

Drug Court conference to be held in Tunica TUNICA — Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. will speak Wednesday at the opening of a three-day conference in of the Mississippi Association of Drug Court Professionals. The conference will run through Friday at Harrah’s Conference Center in Tunica. Tracy Swafford of Cleveland, president of MADCP and drug court coordinator for the 11th Circuit Drug Court and Circuit Judge Al Smith III of Cleveland also will speak Wednesday. Mississippi has 44 drug courts. All 22 circuit court districts have drug courts. The state also has 15 juvenile programs, five misdemeanor level programs and two family treatment courts. Drug courts seek to rehabilitate drug-using offenders through treatment and intense supervision with frequent court appearances and random drug testing. The program offers an incentive of a chance to remain out of jail and be employed if they stay drug-free. More than 3,000 people are enrolled in drug courts statewide, including adult and juvenile programs. “The cost savings are significant, but the difference it makes in the lives of the participants and their families is the reason they are successful,” Waller said in a news release.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT

SPECIAL

Home Decor, Clothing And More

Grilled Pork Tenderloin served over whipped potatoes topped w/ molasses gravy with fresh grilled green beans.

1002 Hwy 72 E, Corinth, MS 662-415-8145

662-287-3606d 1808 Shiloh Road, Corinth, MS

1000 S. Harper Rd. • Corinth • 662-286-5800

Tuesday-Saturday Hours: 9:30-5:30

Scotts Hill Travel

IN STOCK SPECIALS VINYL starting at $5.95 sy TILE, WOOD & STONE LOOK

CERAMIC starting at .99 sf LAMINATE w/pad attached $2.79 sf DISCONTINUED WALLPAPER $10.00 dbl. roll

10% off IN STOCK AREA RUGS FIRST QUALITY • EXPERT INSTALLATION 1805 Shiloh Rd. Corinth, MS , LLC 662-286-5793 Serving Corinth for 47 Years 662-287-2378

Charlie McDaniel’s

Corinth Carpets

“TRAVEL WITH FRIENDS” Upcoming Trips for 2013-2014

June 13–18, 2013 Washington, D.C. & Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown Join SCOTTS HILL TRAVEL for this fantastic trip to our Nation’s Capitol which includes touring all the major sights and touring Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown, VA.

October 15-23, 2013 New England (including) New York and Washington DC. December 5-8 Branson Christmas Tour INCLUDES 6 SHOWS

January 5-14, 2014 Annual Winter Get-Away Cruise to Nassau, Freeport & Keywest, FL INCLUDES AN OVERNIGHT

Each of these trips must be signed up for immediately! Scotts Hill Travel 621 Hwy. 114 S. • Scotts Hill, TN 38374 For more information about these and tours and any other information, please call 731-549-2226

www.scottshilltravel.com


6A • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

State of the Region meeting set

Deaths Malissa Paden

Funeral services for Malissa Paden, 84, is set for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mt. Olive Church with burial at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Mrs. Paden died Sunday, May 5, 2013, at Whitfield Nursing Home. B o r n April 1, 1929, she was retired Paden f r o m Stricklin’s Nursery. She was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis Paden Sr.; her parents, George Wims and Lizzie Wims Glenn; and her siblings, Ed Wims, Dorothy Gibbs and Clyde Glenn. Survivors include her children, Hildred Davis, Jean Johnson, Mildred Paden, all of Corinth, Ceolia Porter of Tiplersville, and Curtis Paden Jr. of Aurora, Ill.; her siblings, Charles Wims and Hearly Glenn; her grandchildren, Felicia Ray (Steve) of Columbus, Ohio, Demetria Barnett, Angela Lambert (Dale) of Corinth, Charles Johnson, Jendrea Johnson, Wonda (Jasper) of Corinth, Ashley Porter of Tiplersville and Shunte Aro; and 13 greatgrandchildren. Rev. Freddy Patterson will officiate. Visitation is Monday from 5 to 6 p.m. at Patterson Memorial Chapel.

Obituary Policy

CREATE Foundation’s Commission on the Future of Northeast Mississippi will host its 17th annual State of the Region meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, May 31. The meeting will be held at the BancorpSouth Conference Center in Tupelo. Philip Gunn, Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives; Joe Max Higgins, CEO of the Golden Triangle Development Link; and Dr. Tom Burnham, Interim

Associated Press

Sentencing set for ex-MHP trooper OXFORD — A federal judge has set a July 15 sentencing for a former Mississippi state trooper who pleaded guilty to stomping a woman in the Lee County Jail more than five years ago. Christopher Gary Hughes admitted during his change of plea hearing in February that he deprived the woman of her constitutional rights to protection from unreasonable force and search and seizure. A complaint filed in October in U.S. District Court in north Mississip-

pi alleged that Hughes threw the woman to a concrete floor of the Lee County Detention Center and kicked and stomped her on Oct. 14, 2007. Authorities say Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson notified the Highway Patrol immediately after the incident. It’s not clear why he wasn’t indicted for five years.

Board may hire new school chief by October JACKSON — Mississippi could choose its new state superintendent of education by October. The state Board of Education agreed in a Thursday discussion

Education. In addition, Dr. Richard Blackbourn Dean of MSU’s College of Education and Dr. Ryan Niemeyer of the UM School of Education will describe the new Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program, which is a joint effort of the two universities. Two written reports will be available for those in attendance. The Northeast Mississippi Regional Profile will be

supplemented by the Progress Report on Regional Goals. The Commission on the Future of Northeast Mississippi is the major program component of the CREATE Foundation. It was organized in 1995 and is comprised of 54 leaders from northeast Mississippi. The State of the Region meeting is free and open to the public. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

to take applications for the post from early June through early September, with plans to interview finalists in late September and reach a contract with a new leader by October. The department has been led by interim Superintendent Lynn House since Tom Burnham resigned nearly a year ago. House is not a candidate for the permanent post. Consultant Gary Ray and his employees will survey educational leaders and associations about what they want to see in the next superintendent, drawing up a profile that the board could approve by the

end of the month. The candidate pool would be winnowed to a group of 8 to 12 people, with the board making its selection after one or two rounds of interviews in September. Board member Charles McClelland, of Jackson, said he’d like to expedite the process because he fears that candidates might not want to leave their current jobs in the middle of the fall semester. But Ray told board members through a video conference that because many school personnel would be on vacation during the summer, his firm needed the full 90 days to publicize the opening

and recruitment of candidates. “The summer time is a difficult time to recruit because a lot of people are just not around,” Ray said. He agreed that the planned schedule might mean the next superintendent won’t start work until early 2014. The state is paying Ray and Associates, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, more than $38,000 to help with the search. Board members agreed to pay a new superintendent “in the range” of $300,000. Board members said the superintendent’s pay is capped at $305,000 a year.

Nation Briefs House chairman: IRS errors part of pattern WASHINGTON — The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee says the Internal Revenue Service’s improper targeting of tea party and conservative groups seems to be part of a culture of cover-ups and political intimidation by the Obama administration. The remark by Re-

publican Dave Camp of Michigan came as his panel began a hearing on the IRS’s tough screening of conservative groups. The panel’s top Democrat, Rep. Sander Levin of Michigan, disagreed with Camp and warned that the hearing shouldn’t be aimed at scoring points for election campaigns. The ousted head of the IRS, Steven Miller, said in a prepared statement that while his

Shoals Treatment Center 3430 N. Jackson Hwy Sheffield, AI. 35660 1-256-383-6646

www.thetreatmentcentersinc.com

Opiate Replacement Treatment

Are you or someone you love struggling with opiate addiction?

• Do you experience withdrawal when you don't have your medication? • Do you take more medication that prescribed? • Are you looking for that normal feeling? • Is addiction controlling your life? Call STC at 256-383-6646 for your free, confidential screening and let us help you get back the life you deserve.

Grisham Insurance “Call me for your insurance needs”

(662)286-9835 Final Expense • Life Insurance • Long Term Care Medicare Supplements • Part D Prescription Plan

Chris Grisham

ful economic developer, will focus on Columbus, Lowndes County, and the Golden Triangle Area. He will address assets, strengths, and successes enjoyed by the Golden Triangle. Dr. Tom Burnham who has served two separate terms as Mississippi State Superintendent of Education and as Dean of the Ole Miss School of Education will address the topic, the Value of Leadership in

State Briefs

Associated Press

The Daily Corinthian include the following information in obituaries: The name, age, city of residence of the deceased; when, where and manner of death of the deceased; time and location of funeral service; name of officiant; time and location of visitation; timae and location of memorial services; biographical information can include date of birth, education, place of employment/ occupation, military service and church membership.

Director of the Mississippi Principal Corps, will headline the program. On January 2, 2012, Philip Gunn became Mississippi’s 61st Speaker and the first Republican speaker in 136 years. He will address Mississippi’s future. During 2012, the CREATE Foundation began serving Lowndes County, the 17th county in the foundation’s service area. Joe Max Higgins, a highly success-

Final Expense If you died today, what would your family do? Do you have enough Life Insurance? Call me for a free quote. “I will always try to help you”

1801 South Harper Road Harper Square Mall • Corinth, MS 38834

agency made mistakes, they were caused by a desire to efficiently handle growing numbers of applications for taxexempt status — and not caused by political viewpoints.

CBO: Budget cuts deficits $1.1 trillion WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s budget would trim projected federal deficits by $1.1 trillion over the coming decade, using nearly $6 in higher revenues for every $1 in reduced spending to achieve it, Congress’ nonpartisan budget analyst said Friday. After four straight years of annual shortfalls exceeding $1 trillion, the Congressional Budget Office report said Obama’s budget would push this year’s

(LISTINGS FOR FRI. 5/17/13 - THURS. 5/23/13) CALL THEATRE OR GO TO MALCO.COM FOR SHOW TIMES

3-D STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (PG13) 1:40 4:35 7:40 NP STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (PG13) NON 3-D

1:05 4:00 7:05 NP

3-D THE GREAT GATSBY (PG13)

1:20 4:25 7:30 NP

THE GREAT GATSBY (PG13) NON 3-D

12:50 3:55 7:00 NP

TYLER PERRY PRESENTS PEEPLES (PG13)

1:30 4:30 7:35 NP

3-D IRON MAN 3 (PG13)

1:25 4:15 7:15 NP

IRON MAN 3 (PG13) NON 3-D

1:00 3:50 7:00 NP

PAIN & GAIN (R)

1:10 4:20 7:20

42 (PG13)

1:10 4:05 7:10

THE CROODS (PG) NON 3-D

1:05 4:05 7:05

deficit down to $669 billion. Annual shortfalls would shrink slowly to $399 billion in 2017 before rising again, the report said. The report did little to resolve the budget impasse between Obama and congressional Republicans. The White House wants to reduce deficits further with a mix of tax increases and spending cuts, while Republicans have said they won’t consider higher taxes. Chiefly because of spending increases his budget proposes, Obama’s fiscal plan would make next year’s deficit $115 billion higher than the $560 billion shortfall that the budget office estimates for 2014 without the president’s policies. Republicans criticized that and contrasted the $542 billion deficit

Obama’s budget would leave in 2023 with the spending plan approved by the GOP-run House, which relies on deep spending cuts to achieve balance by that year. “This new report shows that the president’s budget doesn’t come close to solving the problem” despite proposing tax increases, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said in a statement. Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, top Democrat on the House budget panel, said the report shows Obama’s budget achieves “exactly what is called for right now, meaning we focus on jobs now and making sure we try to accelerate economic growth now, combined with long-term deficitreduction.”


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 7A

You’ve got to be in it to win it You will never win the lottery if you are just a spectator. If you want to have a chance to win, you have to participate by purchasing a ticket. Likewise, in your life you won’t win unless you participate. As a spectator, you have no influence over your direction. However, unlike the lottery, you have control over the odds of your success. Too many people watch life go by without playing an active role. This approach can lead to frustration, disappointment, and even anger. These spectators wait for things to happen instead of making them happen. Being in it to win it requires proactive participation in your life. You start by looking in the

mirror to see who’s responsible for where you are and where you Bryan are going. Golden You are in Dare to Live c o n t r o l . Without Limits Only you can make adjustments. Refusing to acknowledge this responsibility doesn’t change anything. If you refuse to participate, you are effectively agreeing to accept whatever befalls you. Here’s how you stay in the game. Start by understanding yourself. Determine your likes and dislikes as well as your strengths and weaknesses. Thoroughly knowing yourself enables you to determine the most re-

Woodmen volunteers beautify community Special to the Daily Corinthian

Corinth Modern Woodmen of America members recently put their hands where their hearts are. On April 30, members of the local Modern Woodmen chapter worked together to plant flowers and various other plants at Alcorn Central Elementary School. The project was part of the organization’s Good Neighbors Program, a nationwide program that gives Modern Woodmen chapters across the country $500 for hands-on repair and community beautification projects. Nearly 500 such projects benefit communities in

the United States annually. “As a member-based, fraternal financial services organization, Modern Woodmen strives to give members opportunities to volunteer and enhance their communities,” said Steven Eaton, local Modern Woodmen chapter activities coordinator. “Our Good Neighbors Program does both.” Coordinated by local Modern Woodmen members, chapters provide opportunities to take part in social activities and community service projects to meet local needs. For more information on how to get involve, contact Eaton at 662-287-0113.

warding path to take. If you are frustrated with your current direction, decide what adjustments to make and then take action. Although it’s great to proactively tackle problems, working to prevent problems from arising in the first place should be your objective. To do this, analyze the causes of your past problems. As part of this process, try to determine what could have been done to avoid the problems. Use this knowledge to make better decisions today and in the future. When you do encounter a problem, develop an attitude of seeking a solution rather than dwelling on the problem or lamenting what you should have done to avoid it. Once you devise

a solution, take action to implement it. When a problem is outside of your control, don’t waste any time worrying about it. Take mitigating action where possible and move on to issues that are within your control. It’s too common for people to focus on what they have no control over and neglect those problems they can solve. When you’re in the game, you’ve got to be productive. However, your energy is dissipated without significant results when you spend time on day-to-day tasks which produce little or no results. Prioritizing your work ensures that the most important items are completed first. Work initially on those things

that either can’t wait or will generate the most measurable results. This approach will appreciably boost your productivity. Your success is based on your accomplishments rather than how busy you are. Continuously monitor your strategies for effectiveness. If you are not getting the results you are looking for, make adjustments. Success requires constant refining of procedures and techniques. In life, as in sports, the participants are constantly monitoring their performance and altering their tactics as needed to deal with changing conditions. Focus on today while anticipating your needs and planning for tomorrow. Use your past experience as a guide for the

future. There is a lot to be learned from endeavors that didn’t work out as planned. Success requires active participation in your life. You are responsible. You are in control. Don’t wait for things to happen, go out and make them happen. Formulate goals, make plans, and take action. Learn from you past while always moving forward. Stay in it and you will win it. (Daily Corinthian columnist Bryan Golden is a management consultant, motivational speaker, author, and adjunct professor. He is author of the book, “Dare to Live Without Limits.” Contact him at www.BryanGolden.com or bryan@columnist. com.)

Dodd completes basic training Marine Corps Pfc. John M. Dodd, son of Sandra V. and David L. Dodd of Corinth, recently graduated from the Marine Corps Basic Combat Engineer Course at

Marine Corps Engineer School, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. During the five-week course, Dodd received instruction in the funda-

mentals of engineering support for combat units, including the procedures for building and repairing bridges, roads and field fortifications. Dodd also received

training on demolition concepts, land mine warfare and camouflage techniques. Dodd joined the Marine Corps Reserve in August 2012.

NEMCC’s MLT students extend winning streak BOONEVILLE — Northeast Mississippi Community College’s Medical Laboratory Technology students have a streak going that rivals any in the sports world. For the fourth year in a row, Northeast’s Medical Laboratory Technology students have placed in the top two at the annual Mississippi/Louisiana American Society of Clinical Laboratory Sciences Student Bowl.

Northeast streak started in 2010 as the students claimed the overall championship and then turned the trick again going undefeated en route to their second championship in a row. Northeast claimed the runner-up spot in 2012 before returning to championship form in 2013 in Alexandria, La. Each year the student bowl competition is held in conjunction with the an-

nual American Society of Clinical Laboratory Sciences’ Mississippi/Louisiana convention. During the two-day competition students compete to see who is the best clinical laboratory scientist and the best clinical laboratory technician. Students compete in a double-elimination quiz bowl format for top honors. During each round, teams participate in seg-

ments lasting up to 20 minutes that cover the areas of chemistry, hematology, microbiology, serology/ immunology, immunohematology, urinalysis, coagulation, and parasitology, mycology and virology. Members of the winning team were Carrie Burcham of Iuka, Kevin Jones of Corinth, Jessica Gates of New Albany, Kayla Brown of Tishomingo and Courtney Smith of Belmont.

Wall of Courage Roger Myers 1948-2010

On April 26, 2010 Roger lost his very courageous 8-month battle with cancer. He is remembered always by his wife, Sandra and two children Jose and Annie

Amy Caldwell is a survivor or breast cancer. She was diagnose in 2007 and has been cancer-free since surgeries that same year. Amy is honored by her daughter Kate and son-in-law Joseph. “She has been a source of encouragement for others dealing with cancer. She’s truly a blessing to others.”

Mark Anderson 1975-2008 Mark died January 16, 2008 from cancer. he was born June 19, 1975. He was married to Holly Martin Anderson for two years. “We will always remember his strength and courage and he always will be missed and loved.”

Help us raise money for Relay for Life

You can honor your loved one’s courage by placing a picture of them on the Daily Corinthian’s Wall of Courage, which will be displayed, Friday, May 31st, at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Submit a picture and information similar to that under the photo above and a donation of $10 or more. For a $25 donation for each cancer victim or survivor, the pictures will also be placed in the Daily Corinthian as those above. Remember to include a phone number. Donations may be made without photos or in memory of someone whose picture has already been submitted. Pictures and donations may be dropped off at the Daily Corinthian office on Harper Road or mailed to the Daily Corinthian, c/o Denise Mitchell, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835. For more information call Denise at 287-6111. Checks should be made payable to American Cancer Society. All pictures for publication in the Daily Corinthian must be submitted by Monday, May 27th. Other entries or donations should be submitted by Friday,May 31st.

will feature BRIAN FREE & ASSURANCE in a FREE CONCERT Sunday, May 26 • 10:30 AM 440 US Hwy 64 East • Adamsville For more information call the church office at 731-632-4999 or visit them online at: faithpointechurch.com Childcare will be provided.

We’re happy knowing that everything is taken care of... Pre-Planning allows you to make the he important decisions about your final al arrangements according to your ownn personal wishes. It also saves your family the burden of making difficult choices during their time of grief.

• Pre-planned Funerals with Magnolia Funeral Home (Monthly Payment Plans Available)

• Final Expense / Life Insurance Dental / Vision / Hearing

•Medicare Supplements PLAN F Female n/s age 65 103.17 Male n/s age 65 118.59 Dental / Vision / Hearing

• Annuities / IRA Committed to Seniors and their insurance needs.

Floyd Insurance Services, LLC Bill Floyd Licensed Funeral Director

2024 A Hwy 72E Annex • Corinth, MS Located at Magnolia Funeral Home bfinsure@gmail.com • 662-665-7970 • 662-286-9500 37 Years Insurance Experience


THE WEEK IN REVIEW WEEKLY DOW JONES Dow Jones industrials

-26.81 123.57 60.44

-42.47 121.18

MON

THUR

Close: 15,354.40 1-week change: 235.91 (1.6%) 16,000

TUES

WED

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 8A

Business & Farm Technology changes how farmers work

FRI

15,000

BY SUSAN COLLINSSMITH

14,000

MSU Ag Communications 13,000 12,000

N

D

J

F

M

A

M

WEEKLY STOCK EXCHANGE HIGHLIGHTS NYSE

NYSE MKT

NASDAQ

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) Name

Last Chg %Chg

NBGreece 2.39+1.08 +82.4 DirDGldBr 118.72+34.49 +40.9 DaqoNE rs 7.87+2.11 +36.6 Theragen 2.02 +.53 +35.6 AegeanMP 8.12+1.95 +31.6 PumaBio n 37.36+8.36 +28.8 ITT Ed 25.75+5.03 +24.3 OwensC wtB 2.61 +.51 +24.3 Cyan n 13.80+2.69 +24.2 E-CDang 5.71+1.09 +23.6

Name

Last Chg %Chg

Ever-Glory 3.23+1.11 +52.4 Flanign 10.18+2.28 +28.9 AmShrd 2.07 +.33 +19.0 ASpecRlty 3.39 +.53 +18.5 OverhillF 4.96 +.70 +16.4 SuprmInd 5.05 +.68 +15.5 SaratogaRs 2.55 +.32 +14.3 RELM 3.60 +.41 +12.9 InvCapHld 3.60 +.40 +12.5 SL Ind 23.01+2.52 +12.3

Name

Last Chg %Chg

RealGSolar MayflwBcp SolarCity n DexMedia n EagleBu rs Mannatech HutchT SpanBdcst CmstkHldg Sky-mobi

4.03+2.17 +116.7 17.82+7.57 +73.9 45.00+16.12 +55.8 22.12+6.98 +46.1 5.10+1.53 +42.9 12.75+3.75 +41.7 4.74+1.34 +39.4 4.50+1.25 +38.5 3.12 +.85 +37.4 2.93 +.76 +35.0

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

Name

Name

Last Chg %Chg

Name

Last Chg %Chg

AlldNevG NwGold g TanzRy g NovaGld g SandstG g Vicon MAG Slv g AdcareHlt BovieMed EmrldO rs

6.97-2.52 6.30-1.18 2.38 -.43 2.13 -.38 6.70-1.01 2.60 -.39 6.53 -.94 5.08 -.72 3.73 -.49 6.11 -.79

ROI Acq un Torm rs GenFin un MecoxLn rs ArubaNet Cyclacel rs HltInsInn n InfinityPh UniPixel StarBulk rs

5.00-5.60 3.03-1.37 3.43-1.27 2.87-1.03 13.10-4.18 3.04 -.96 11.39-3.49 24.91-7.12 27.19-7.56 6.08-1.65

Last Chg %Chg

DxGldBll rs 8.22-3.84 -31.8 SibanyeG n 2.91 -.76 -20.7 CS VS3xSlv 8.72-2.13 -19.6 RioAltoM g 2.83 -.67 -19.1 HarmonyG 3.76 -.86 -18.6 SeabGld g 9.30-2.12 -18.6 FMajSilv g 9.56-2.10 -18.0 IAMGld g 4.68-1.00 -17.6 CS VS3xGld 20.49-4.34 -17.5 Pretium g 6.27-1.31 -17.3

-26.6 -15.8 -15.3 -15.1 -13.1 -13.0 -12.6 -12.4 -11.6 -11.4

-52.8 -31.1 -26.9 -26.4 -24.2 -24.0 -23.5 -22.2 -21.8 -21.3

MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) Name

Vol (00) Last Chg

BkofAm 6029912 13.43 S&P500ETF 4768499166.94 SprintNex 2692733 7.32 AMD 2542340 4.07 NokiaCp 2406926 3.73 iShJapn 2273204 12.11 FordM 2114244 15.08 iShEMkts 1988236 43.42 SPDR Fncl 1914797 19.95 GenElec 1825124 23.46

+.41 +3.53 -.04 +.12 +.07 +.35 +.97 -.15 +.70 +.56

Name

Vol (00) Last Chg

NwGold g AbdAsPac CheniereEn AlldNevG NovaGld g CFCda g NA Pall g Rentech VantageDrl Neuralstem

207437 174064 172025 143318 133924 122489 104053 97520 71578 69061

6.30 7.29 30.60 6.97 2.13 15.23 1.05 2.24 1.79 1.49

Name

-1.18 -.16 +.71 -2.52 -.38 -1.29 -.05 -.03 +.14 +.20

Vol (00) Last Chg

Cisco 3748914 SiriusXM 2829008 Microsoft 2582286 Intel 1629619 Zynga 1550483 Facebook 1458979 PwShs QQQ 1449675 RschMotn 1416749 MicronT 1331894 Groupon 1214020

24.24 3.50 34.87 24.04 3.38 26.25 74.30 14.62 11.31 6.97

+3.14 +.11 +2.41 -.46 +.15 -.43 +1.25 -.92 +.49 +.72

STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST Div

Last

Wk Wk YTD Chg %Chg%Chg

Name

Ex

AFLAC AT&T Inc AMD AlliantTch Aon plc Apple Inc BP PLC BcpSouth BkofAm BariPVix rs BarrickG Bemis BostonSci BrMySq Caterpillar Checkpnt Chevron Cisco Citigroup CocaCola s Comcast Deere Dell Inc Dover DowChm EMC Cp EnPro ExxonMbl Facebook FstHorizon FordM FrkUnv FredsInc FMCG GenElec Groupon iShJapn iShEMkts iShR2K Intel IBM JPMorgCh

NY 1.40 55.24 +1.29 +2.4 +4.0 NY 1.80 37.44 +.08 +0.2 +11.1 NY ... 4.07 +.12 +3.0 +69.6 NY 1.04 77.78 +4.62 +6.3 +25.5 NY .70 66.29 +1.79 +2.8 +19.2 Nasd12.20 433.26-19.71 -4.4 -18.6 NY 2.16 42.96 -.22 -0.5 +3.2 NY .04 17.50 +.77 +4.6 +20.4 NY .04 13.43 +.41 +3.1 +15.7 NY ... 18.03 -.43 -2.3 -43.3 NY .80 18.58 -2.30 -11.0 -46.9 NY 1.04 40.79 +1.32 +3.3 +21.9 NY ... 9.10 +.65 +7.7 +58.8 NY 1.40 43.30 +2.81 +6.9 +34.3 NY 2.08 87.67 -.95 -1.1 -2.2 NY ... 12.42 +.53 +4.5 +15.6 NY 4.00 123.42 +1.19 +1.0 +14.1 Nasd .68 24.24 +3.14 +14.9 +23.4 NY .04 51.45 +2.70 +5.5 +30.1 NY 1.12 42.97 +.82 +1.9 +18.5 Nasd .78 42.64 -.44 -1.0 +14.1 NY 2.04 86.97 -5.33 -5.8 +.6 Nasd .32 13.40 -.05 -0.4 +32.1 NY 1.40 77.21 +3.21 +4.3 +17.5 NY 1.28 35.82 +1.36 +3.9 +10.8 NY ... 24.24 +.90 +3.9 -4.2 NY ... 51.10 +1.62 +3.3 +24.9 NY 2.52 91.76 +1.62 +1.8 +6.0 Nasd ... 26.25 -.43 -1.6 -1.4 NY .20 11.36 +.46 +4.2 +14.6 NY .40 15.08 +.97 +6.9 +16.4 NY .46 7.71 +.02 +0.3 +9.2 Nasd .24 15.31 +.10 +0.7 +15.0 NY 1.25 32.68 +.13 +0.4 -4.4 NY .76 23.46 +.56 +2.4 +11.8 Nasd ... 6.97 +.72 +11.5 +43.4 NY .19 12.11 +.35 +3.0 +24.2 NY .74 43.42 -.15 -0.3 -2.1 NY 1.70 99.05 +2.22 +2.3 +17.5 Nasd .90 24.04 -.46 -1.9 +16.6 NY 3.80 208.44 +3.97 +1.9 +8.8 NY 1.20 52.30 +3.34 +6.8 +19.8

Wk Wk YTD Chg %Chg%Chg

Name

Ex

Div

Last

KimbClk Kroger Lowes MktVGold McDnlds MeadWvco MicronT Microsoft MorgStan NBGreece NY Times NiSource NokiaCp NorthropG Oracle Penney PepsiCo Pfizer PwShs QQQ PrUVxST rs ProctGam RadioShk RegionsFn RschMotn RiteAid S&P500ETF SearsHldgs Sherwin SiriusXM SouthnCo SprintNex SPDR Fncl TecumsehB TecumsehA TeslaMot Torchmark WalMart WellsFargo Wendys Co Weyerhsr Xerox Zynga

NY NY NY NY NY NY Nasd Nasd NY NY NY NY NY NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd NY NY NY NY Nasd NY NY Nasd NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd Nasd Nasd NY NY NY Nasd NY NY Nasd

3.24 .60 .64 .46 3.08 1.00 ... .92 .20 ... ... 1.00 ... 2.44 .24 ... 2.27 .96 .86 ... 2.41 ... .12 ... ... 3.18 ... 2.00 .05 2.03 ... .27 ... ... ... .68 1.88 1.20 .16 .80 .23 ...

104.35 +.92 +0.9 +23.6 35.42 +1.08 +3.1 +36.1 42.67 +.60 +1.4 +20.1 26.38 -3.43 -11.5 -43.1 101.54 +1.34 +1.3 +15.1 35.77 +.53 +1.5 +12.2 11.31 +.49 +4.5 +78.4 34.87 +2.41 +7.4 +30.6 25.19 +1.25 +5.2 +31.7 2.39 +1.08 +82.4 +33.5 9.95 +.10 +1.0 +16.6 29.78 +1.04 +3.6 +19.6 3.73 +.07 +1.9 -5.6 82.19 +4.26 +5.5 +21.6 35.03 +1.01 +3.0 +5.1 18.01 +.29 +1.6 -8.6 83.80 +.80 +1.0 +22.5 28.96 +.24 +0.8 +15.5 74.30 +1.25 +1.7 +14.1 5.65 -.29 -4.9 -73.0 80.02 +1.26 +1.6 +17.9 4.19 +.42 +11.1 +97.6 9.05 +.24 +2.7 +26.9 14.62 -.92 -5.9 +23.2 2.79 +.23 +9.0 +105.1 166.94 +3.53 +2.2 +17.2 57.52 +.69 +1.2 +39.1 190.82 +3.32 +1.8 +24.1 3.50 +.11 +3.2 +21.1 46.60 +.50 +1.1 +8.9 7.32 -.04 -0.5 +29.1 19.95 +.70 +3.6 +21.7 8.30 +.22 +2.7 +80.4 8.78 +.18 +2.1 +90.0 91.50+14.74 +19.2 +170.2 64.86 +.66 +1.0 +25.9 77.87 -1.02 -1.3 +14.1 39.88 +1.85 +4.9 +16.7 6.04 +.26 +4.5 +28.5 32.48 +1.09 +3.5 +16.8 8.82 -.18 -2.0 +29.3 3.38 +.15 +4.6 +43.2

AGRICULTURE FUTURES WkHigh WkLow Settle WkChg

WkHigh WkLow Settle WkChg

CORN 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

CATTLE 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

Jul 13 Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14

Jun 13 Aug 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Feb 14 Apr 14 Jun 14

661 573.25 544 553.50 558.50 568.50 552

632.50 548 517.50 528 535.75 542.25 535

652.75 +16.50 556 +1.50 519.50 -10 530 -10 537.50 -10.25 544.50 -10.25 536.75 -2.50

SOYBEANS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13 Nov 13 Jan 14 Mar 14 May 14

1449.25 1379.50 1290.50 1229 1235.75 1240.50 1242

1393.50 1322.75 1250 1201 1208 1215.50 1221.25

1448.50 1378.50 1289.50 1228.25 1235.25 1239.50 1241.25

718.75 725.75 742.75 759.25 762 763.75 767.25

680.25 688.50 705 722 729 731.25 738.25

683.25 691 707.50 724.25 731.50 734 738.25

118.70 118.37 121.70 123.27 124.52 126.00 122.00

119.40 118.55 121.97 123.52 124.80 126.65 122.95

-1.05 -2.22 -1.95 -2.15 -2.05 -1.30 -.55

91.52 90.97 90.15 80.30 77.40 80.45 82.45

+1.02 +.07 +.15 -.30 +.15 +.60 +.45

86.41 85.90 86.20 85.90 85.67 85.63 85.85

-.07 +.08 +.03 +.08 -.10 +.01 +.33

HOGS-Lean 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. +49.50 +48.50 +35.25 +22.75 +22.50 +20.50 +17.50

WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Jul 13 Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14 Sep 14

121.45 121.60 124.55 126.40 127.45 128.60 123.85

Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Feb 14 Apr 14

93.75 93.17 91.75 81.95 78.35 80.90 82.80

90.40 89.75 88.70 79.17 76.27 79.15 81.25

COTTON 2 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. -21 -21.50 -22.50 -22.75 -21.50 -21.75 -21

Jul 13 Sep 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14 Jul 14

87.12 ... 86.50 86.20 86.11 85.98 85.91

85.00 ... 85.59 84.40 84.50 84.50 84.75

Social media is often thought of only as a way to keep up with friends and family, but electronic communication is an essential part of today’s farming operations. Angus Catchot, Extension professor and entomology specialist withMississippi State University’s Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology, said the number of farmers and consultants who use social media and other online platforms might surprise many people. “It’s not just those in the younger generation who are using technology,� said Catchot, who contributes to the Extension Service’s Crop Situation Blog. “Most producers keep up with the newest and latest trends. They are very tech savvy.� MSU’s Extension Service and Mississippi Agricultural, Forestry and Experiment Station specialists noticed how their clients were communicating a few years ago, and they joined the conversation. Row crop specialists and agents use Twitter and blogs to tell producers about pest problems, disease issues, market variations and other row crop-related news. In 2010, the Crop Situation Blog replaced the Crop Situation Newsletter, a move that saves time and money for producers, consultants, industry professionals and university specialists, Catchot said. “The electronic platform is much more efficient in getting and sharing information and meets the needs of all involved better,� he said. “We, in Extension and MAFES, are much more in tune with the client. With the newsletter, all we knew is that we sent it to 1,000 people. But with the electronic version, we know what clients are clicking on, which tells us what they are interested in and what they need more information on.� Producers like the direct communication that social media platforms offer, Catchot said. “The ability to get information instantaneously has changed the way producers are able to function,� he said. “If they are sitting in the field ready to spray for an insect, they can know within a few minutes what substance to use and how much to spray. That saves them time

“It’s not just those in the younger generation who are using technology. Most producers keep up with the newest and latest trends. They are very tech savvy.� Angus Catchot Extension professor

and money and can increase their profitability.� That explains why an overwhelming number of producers are clicking, surfing and posting. “It's hard to say exactly how many producers are using social media,� said Owen Taylor, senior editor with AgFax Media LLC, a Brandon-based electronic publisher that focuses on regional and national agricultural news. “But we do know it's a high and growing percentage.� Owen Taylor said AgFax’s audience is also increasingly using mobile devices. “We can track how people open AgFax advisories and find that a majority of them are now viewed on mobile devices. In addition, up to a third of the AgFax website’s traffic is on a handheld device,� Owen Taylor said. Social media represents only a portion of the technology that benefits the agriculture industry. “If the farmer isn’t sitting on the side of the field with a tablet or Smartphone, he most likely has a cell phone at the least,� Catchot said. “He can contact his county agent at any time

of day to get the answer he needs. The days of waiting until office hours to find out what you need to know are gone.� David Taylor, a row crop and cattle producer in Panola County, can vouch for that. He and his crop consultant use mobile devices to stay on top of potential pest and disease issues at the farm Taylor runs with his father. “I have an iPhone, but I haven’t used it for the apps,� said David Tay-

How will you pay for    

retirement? Let’s talk.             

   Financial Advisor Financial Advisor 605 Foote Street 1500 Harper Road Suite 1 Corinth, MS 38834 Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-4471 662-287-1409

       

   Financial Advisor Financial Advisor 605 Foote Street 1500 Harper Road Suite 1 Corinth, MS 38834 Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-4471 662-287-1409 

www.edwardjones.com

Member SIPC

Crossroads Bridal Edition

Magazine

IIffIfy you ou w were ere m married arried you were married between between January January 2011 2012 and and are December December 2011 2012 we we are llooking olooking oking for picture and and foryour your picture wedding w edding information for our our wedding information for upcoming upcomingCrossroads Crossroads Magazine Edition. Magazine Bridal Bridal Edition. Simply your Simplysubmit submit your w edding photo and fiďŹ ll out wedding wedding photo and ll out a asimple simpleform form at at the Daily Daily C orinthian and will be be Corinthian Corinthian and you you will iincluded nincluded cluded in in our our June Edition. Deadlineforfor submitting Deadline submitting your and form is is yourphoto photo and form Wednesday, June 2013 Friday, May 25,5,2012 more information information call: FFor or more For call:

662-287-6111 662-287-6111

Tables show seven most current contracts for each future. Grains traded on Chicago Board of Trade; livestock on Chicago Mercantile Exchange; and cotton on New York Cotton Exchange.

MUTUAL FUNDS Name

Obj

PIMCO TotRetIs Vanguard TotStIdx Vanguard InstIdxI Vanguard TotStIAdm Vanguard 500Adml Fidelity Contra American Funds CapIncBuA m American Funds IncAmerA m American Funds GrthAmA m Vanguard InstPlus American Funds CpWldGrIA m American Funds InvCoAmA m FrankTemp-Franklin IncomeA m Vanguard TotStIIns Dodge & Cox Stock Dodge & Cox IntlStk

CI LB LB LB LB LG IH MA LG LB WS LB CA LB LV FB

Total Assets ($Mlns) NAV 182,816 92,413 76,879 69,516 67,851 64,295 63,587 63,319 60,603 58,245 50,546 49,009 46,945 46,939 45,650 44,296

11.23 41.88 153.14 41.90 154.12 89.30 57.87 19.98 39.84 153.15 42.00 35.17 2.38 41.90 144.19 38.91

Total Return/Rank 4-wk 12-mo 5-year

Pct Min Init Load Invt

-0.4 +7.9 +7.7 +7.9 +7.7 +7.9 +4.5 +4.7 +8.2 +7.7 +7.3 +7.6 +4.0 +7.9 +7.5 +8.8

NL 1,000,000 NL 3,000 NL 5,000,000 NL 10,000 NL 10,000 NL 2,500 5.75 250 5.75 250 5.75 250 NL200,000,000 5.75 250 5.75 250 4.25 1,000 NL 5,000,000 NL 2,500 NL 2,500

+6.2/B +31.2/B +30.7/C +31.3/B +30.7/C +26.0/C +21.3/A +23.1/A +32.3/A +30.7/C +32.0/B +30.7/C +21.1/A +31.3/B +39.9/A +37.4/A

+7.7/A +6.0/A +5.6/B +6.1/A +5.5/B +5.7/B +3.5/C +6.1/A +3.9/D +5.6/B +2.1/C +4.8/C +5.9/B +6.1/A +4.1/C +0.7/A

CA -Conservative Allocation, CI -Intermediate-Term Bond, ES -Europe Stock, FB -Foreign Large Blend, FG -Foreign LargeGrowth, FV -Foreign Large Value, IH -World Allocation, LB -Large Blend, LG -Large Growth, LV -Large Value, MA -Moderate Allocation, MB -Mid-Cap Blend, MV - Mid-Cap Value, SH -Specialty-heath, WS -World Stock, Total Return: Chng in NAV with dividends reinvested. Rank: How fund performed vs. others with same objective: A is in top 20%, E in bottom 20%. Min Init Invt: Minimum $ needed to invest in fund. Source: Morningstar. Stock Footnotes: g = Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h = Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf = Late filing with SEC. n = New in past 52 weeks. pf = Preferred. rs = Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year. rt = Right to buy security at a specified price. s = Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. un = Units. vj = In bankruptcy or receivership. wd = When distributed. wi = When issued. wt = Warrants. Mutual Fund Footnotes: b = Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d = Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f = front load (sales charges). m = Multiple fees are charged. NA = not available. p = previous day’s net asset value. s = fund split shares during the week. x = fund paid a distribution during the week.Gainers and Losers must be worth at least $2 to be listed in tables at left. Most Actives must be worth at least $1. Volume in hundreds of shares. Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.

lor, who is not related to Owen Taylor. “I use it for the high resolution pictures it takes, and most of the time that saves a trip. If I see something I think is a problem, all I have to do is snap a photo of it.� MSU’s Extension Service offers news and information through various electronic platforms, including blogs, RSS feeds, podcasts, and online newsletters, at http://www.msucares. com.

The Crossroads Magazine is a supplement to the Daily Corinthian


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 9A

SUNDAY EVENING C A WPTY ^ ^ WREG # # QVC $ . WCBI

$

WMC

% %

WLMT & > WBBJ _ _

7 PM

7:30

WKNO *

Call the Midwife (N)

WGN-A + (

How I Met

WMAE , ,

Call the Midwife (N)

WHBQ ` ` WPXX /

The Simpsons (N)

: 0 3

SHOW 2 HBO

4 1

MTV

5 2

ESPN

7 ?

SPIKE 8 5 USA

: 8

NICK

; C

DISC

< D

A&E

>

FSSO

? 4

BET

@ F

H&G E!

C H D

HIST E B ESPN2 F @ TLC G FOOD H INSP I LIFE

J =

TBN

M

AMC

N 0

FAM

O <

TCM

P

TNT

Q A

TBS

R *

GAME TOON TVLD SPEED

S T U K Z

FX

Æ ;

OUT NBCS OWN FOXN APL

Ø ∞ ± ≤ ≥

HALL

∂ G

DISN

“ L

SYFY

E

9 PM

9:30

10 PM

10:30

11 PM

ABC 24 Two and Two and News Half Men Half Men 60 Minutes (N) ACM Presents: Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer Channel 3 (:37) Criminal Minds Night (N) Sunday “Amplification” Easy Solutions Dyson Cleaning Susan Graver Style Dell Computers Swimwear 60 Minutes (N) ACM Presents: Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer News (:35) Paid Rick Ray Night (N) Program Show (6:00) The Voice All-Star Celebrity Apprentice Donald chooses the News Action Matthews winner. (N) (L) News 5 The First The First Mr. Box Mr. Box CW30 News (N) House of Sanford & Andy Family Family Office Office Payne Son Griffith The 2013 Billboard Music Awards (N) (L) News Castle “A Deadly Game” (6:00) The Voice

MAX

8:30

The 2013 Billboard Music Awards (N) (L)

WTVA ) )

WPIX

MAY 19, 2013 8 PM

How I Met

All-Star Celebrity Apprentice Donald chooses the winner. (N) (L) Masterpiece Classic “Mr. Selfridge: Part 8” Explorer Ernest Shackleton arrives. How I Met How I Met News at Instant Nine Replay Masterpiece Classic “Mr. Selfridge: Part 8” Explorer Ernest Shackleton arrives. Family Guy (N) Fox 13 News--9PM (N)

News (N)

11:30 Big Bang Theory (:37) Leverage Cold Case

Law & Order The Jeffersons Private Practice Law & Order “Cherished” The Closer

I, Claudius “Zeus, by Keeping Up So Haunt Jove!” Me } ››› Four Weddings and a Funeral (94) Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell. Moyers & Company Call the Midwife (N) TMZ (N)

The Closer “Blindsided”

Law Order: CI Law Order: CI Without a Trace Without a Trace Without a Trace EngageEngageTwo and Two and PIX News at Ten With Seinfeld Seinfeld Always Always ment ment Half Men Half Men Kaity Tong (N) Sunny Sunny (:15) } ›› Rambo III (88, Action) Sylvester Stal- } ››› Casino (95) Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone. A mob employee makes a lone, Richard Crenna. play for power in 1970s Las Vegas. The BorNurse Nurse Nurse The Borgias “Relics” (N) The Borgias “Relics” Nurse The Big C: gias Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie He. Game of Thrones “Sec- Veep (N) Family Tree Game of Thrones “Sec- Veep Family Tree } Sherlock Holmesond Sons” (N) (N) ond Sons” Game Girl Code Girl Code Teen Mom 2 Awk Ke$ha The Zach Ridic. Ridic. MLB Baseball: Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers. From Rangers Ballpark in SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenArlington, Texas. (N) (Live) ter } Indiana Jones-Last } ›› Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (08) Indy and a } ›› Super TroopCrusade deadly Soviet agent vie for a powerful artifact. ers (01) Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Suits “He’s Back” Hard- (:01) } ››› Casino Victims Unit Victims Unit Victims Unit man returns. Royale (06) See Dad Wendell } ›› Cats & Dogs (01) Jeff Goldblum. Friends Friends Friends Friends Alaska: The Last Fron- North America A journey to meet the wildlife that North America “Born to North America “No Place tier (N) lives in our backyard. (N) Be Wild” to Hide” Duck Dy- Duck Dy- Duck Dy- Duck Dy- Storage Storage Storage Storage Duck Dy- Duck Dynasty nasty nasty nasty Wars Wars Wars Wars nasty nasty World Poker Tour: UFC Unleashed (N) World Poker Tour: World Poker Tour: Premier League Review Season 11 Season 11 Season 11 Show (N) The Sheards (N) The Sheards Game Together The Sheards Popoff Inspir. You Live in What? Extreme Homes (N) House Hunters Hawaii Life Hawaii Life Extreme Homes Hunters Int’l (6:00) } ››› Walk the Line (05) Jonas Ryan Jonas Ryan Soup Chelsea Ax Men Shelby and DaVi Ax Men “Risking It Swamp People Larry the Cable Guy (:01) Ax Men “The Final are reunited. All” (N) Straw” NHRA Drag Racing: Kansas Nationals. From Topeka, Kan. (N) Poker World/Poker Poker Long Island Long Island Island Me- Island Me- Breaking Amish: Brave Island Me- Island Me- Breaking Amish: Brave Me Me dium dium New World dium dium New World Cupcake Wars “Cosmic Iron Chef America (N) Restaurant: ImposRestaurant: Impossible Iron Chef America Cupcakes” sible (N) “Mad Cactus” Coyote County Loser (09) Nikki Boyer. } ›› Fireproof (08) Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea. Heaven (6:00) Twist of Faith (13) Army Wives “Adjustment The Client List “I Miss (:01) Twist of Faith A gospel community helps a Toni Braxton. Period” Back When” man whose family was murdered. Osteen Kerry Believer Creflo D. } › Solomon (98, Drama) Ben Cross, Anouk Aimée. (:08) Mad Men “The (6:00) } ›› Pride and Glory (08) Edward Norton, Mad Men “The Crash” (N) (:04) Mad Men “The Crash” Crash” Colin Farrell. Kerry (6:00) } ››› Twister (96) Helen } ››› Twister (96) Helen Hunt. Storm chasers race to test a Joel Osteen Shook Hunt, Bill Paxton. new tornado-monitoring device. (:25) Judex } ›››› Jesse James (39, Western) Tyrone } ›› The Return of Frank James (40, Western) Judex Power, Henry Fonda. Henry Fonda, Gene Tierney. } ››› Inglourious Basterds (09, War) Brad Pitt, Mélanie Laurent. Soldiers seek Nazi } ››› The Town (10) Ben Affleck, scalps in German-occupied France. Rebecca Hall. } ››› The Hangover (09, Comedy) Bradley (:15) } ››› Blades of Glory (07) Rival male skat- (:15) } ›› Kicking & Cooper, Ed Helms. ers compete as a pair. Screaming Are You Smarter Are You Smarter Newly Newly Newly Newly FamFeud FamFeud Teen Looney Squidbill. King/Hill King/Hill Cleve Fam Guy Fam Guy Loiter Metal Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden King King King King Tunnel Headsets Faster Faster Classic Hot Rod SPEED Center Tunnel Headsets } ››› Star Trek (09) Chris Pine. Chronicles the early days of } ››› Star Trek (09) Chris Pine. Chronicles the early days of the starship Enterprise and her crew. the starship Enterprise and her crew. Hunt Adv Wild Realtree Hunting NRA Bone Wild Sky Hunt Adv Hunt Adv Realtree Cycling NHL Live NHL Hockey: Conference Semifinal: Teams TBA. (N) NHL Live Cycling Oprah’s Lifeclass Oprah’s Lifeclass Oprah’s Lifeclass Oprah’s Lifeclass Oprah’s Lifeclass Huckabee (N) Fox News Sunday Geraldo at Large Huckabee Stossel River Monsters River Monsters Ice Cold Gold (N) River Monsters Ice Cold Gold (6:00) A Decade of the } ›› A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Waltons (82, Drama) Ralph Waite. Austin & Austin & Austin & Jessie Gravity Dog With a GoodAustin & WizardsWizardsAlly Ally (N) Ally Falls Blog Charlie Ally Place Place (6:00) } ›› Under} ›› Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (09, Hor- } ›› Daybreakers (09) A sympathetic vampire world: Evolution ror) Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy. tries to create a blood substitute.

Coming Up In The Daily Corinthian Look for photo coverage of all the Alcorn County high school graduations in the Sunday, May 26, edition.

Widow is stung by beau’s exclusion from weddings DEAR ABBY: I took care of my husband for 10 years before his death from early-onset Alzheimer’s. I am in a relationship now, and I’m finding that a widow’s status is far different than that of a wife. Not long ago, I was invited to a friend’s daughter’s wedding. When I asked if I could bring “Sam,” I was told, “No, we don’t know him and there are a lot of other people we would like to invite.” I got the same response from my first cousin when I asked if I could bring Sam to her son’s wedding: “No, we don’t have room for him and we don’t know him.” Abby, Sam and I are a couple; he is not a casual boyfriend. Surely, if we were married he would be invited. Please tell me what is proper when inviting a widow to a wedding or other event. I find the responses I received from my friend and relative to be insensitive and hurtful. — WIDOW STANDS ALONE DEAR WIDOW: It is considered a breach of etiquette to ask to bring a guest to an expensive event like a wedding if only you have been invited. If that option were open, your invitation would have been addressed to “Mary Smith, and guest.” It’s likely that money con-

straints dictated the guest list be limited at both of these weddings. If this happens again, it is up Abigail to you to dewhether Van Buren cide witnessing the event Dear Abby is more important than your discomfort. Some people would skip the reception because sitting around listening to music and watching couples having a great time on the dance floor is too depressing. DEAR ABBY: I doubt this will be answered, but I am desperate. I have been dating this awesome guy for three months. He is really sweet and I feel like it’s going somewhere. The problem is, I lied to him. He’s well-educated and he continuously encourages me to further my education. He thinks I’m a college grad, when in reality, I am three credits short of a diploma. I plan to finish this summer. Should I come clean, or should I let him think what he thinks? — GOING SOMEPLACE AND FEELING GUILTY DEAR FEELING GUILTY: I think you’d feel better if you

cleared the air, and if you do, I’m sure he will respect you for having the character to do so. Explain that in your eagerness to impress him you didn’t mention that you’re three credits short of graduating, but you’ll have them by autumn. If it’s a deal-breaker, I’d be surprised, but it would mean he wasn’t the man for you. DEAR ABBY: Is it tacky to reuse birthday candles? It seems silly to throw away candles that have been used for only a minute or two, but I know some people think it’s bad etiquette. What do you think? — MADELINE IN RIO RANCHO, N.M. DEAR MADELINE: Most birthday cakes arrive at the table already lit. Some people reuse birthday candles if they haven’t burned down very far. I don’t know who told you “etiquette” would be breached if you didn’t use candles right out of the box, but the next time someone says it, you have my permission to reply, “Better a cake with used candles than no cake at all.” (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.)

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). While others seem happy enough with all that’s going on, you can’t help but notice the subtle slipups and details missed. That’s why you’re the perfect person to be in charge of quality control. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ll easily find the gift inside the moment. Instant gratification does not always come with a backlash of consequences, especially when you’re pleased by simple, natural pleasures. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Even though you’re exposed to the same environment as everyone around you, your thoughts about what you experience will be highly original. The independent thought you demonstrate will surprise a few people. CANCER (June 22-July 22). When was the last time your expectations were not only met, but exceeded? The one who makes this happen will earn a place on your “favorite people” list and stay there a long while.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ll take ownership of what you do. If you’re going to sign your name to something, you’ll sign it at the top so everyone can see. Knowing that you’ll be associated with a project keeps you striving to do your best. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You may feel beholden to someone, but this is not really true. An alternative view of the relationship shows that you have given more than enough of what the other person wanted and needed. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Learning is more important than winning now. There’s little to be gained by getting to the finish line too fast. Slow progress will be best for today’s endeavors. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). It is only natural to want reassurance, but needing it too much is a sign that you don’t yet understand how things work in an environment and how you fit into the scene. Instead of validation, seek knowledge.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your domestic scene will get the once over by someone whose opinion you care about. It could be an inspector, an in-law or a discerning friend. You’ll be pleased by the assessment, and you’ll learn something, too. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Even though you care about the scenery and the activities going on around you, what matters to you most of all is the people. One charming person is all it takes to ensure your good time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). People sometimes assume that there is blame to assign, when really what’s needed is to simply figure out what happened and what needs to happen differently the next time. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It’s important to relax, but you don’t want to relax too much. Good company prevents you from being lazy. Interacting with people you admire reminds you of who you are and who you aspire to be.


10A • Daily Corinthian

Local schedule Today Baseball Class 3A Semifinals Kossuth @ Independence, 6

Shorts AC Football Boosters Alcorn Central High School and Middle School will host a meeting on May 28 for its Football Booster Club. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the weight room.

Biggersville Summer League Registration is now open for the Biggersville Summer Baseball and Softball League. The league is open to children ages 3-10, with 3-5 year co-ed T-Ball, 6-7 year girls and 6-7 boys Coach Pitch, 8-10 year boys machine pitch and 8-10 year girls softball. All game will be held on the Biggersville High School softball and baseball fields with opening day set for June 7. 10 games will be scheduled for each league through July 2. Registration will end of May 24 at a cost of $25 per child. Cost includes a jersey and cap. For more information, contact Eric Lancaster at 662808-7717.

Sports

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Kossuth a win from North 3A repeat BY H. LEE SMITH lsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Kossuth was held scoreless in its first postseason loss on Thursday. Forced into a must-win situation Saturday in Game 2 of the best-of-three Class 3A semifinal series, the Aggies opened with a three-run first and evened things with Independence behind a 6-3 decision. Game Three will be played tonight at 6 in Independence. Friday’s rain pushed the series back a day. The North winner will face South champion Sumrall in a best-of-three series next week at Trustmark Park in Pearl. Sumrall beat St. Andrew’s 7-0

in Game Three on Saturday. Kossuth (18-13) scored three times with two outs in the first. Tyler Mercer aided his own cause by providing the first run on an RBI-double. Connar Boyer walked to load the bases before Charlie Bonee was hit by pitch to double the lead. A passed ball with the bases loaded made it 3-0. Independence (20-10) got one run back in the second after a two-out error kept the inning alive. Kossuth sent eight men to the plate again in the second and exited with a 5-1 advantage. The Aggies got only one hit in the inning, but drew three walks and took another pitch off the body with bases loaded. Jacob

Wilcher, who had two of Kossuth’s five hits, sent Zack Walker plateward with a sacrifice fly to right. A Josh Whitaker single followed by consecutive free passes set the stage for Boyer’s hit by pitch. Three of the four first batters in the third recorded hits for the Wildcats, but Mercer limited the damage to just one run. Independence would manage just one run and two hits off the 10-game winner their final six swings. Wilcher’s second hit and second RBI made it 6-2 after three. Independence would provide the lone tally the rest of the way with a single digit in the sixth. Mercer (10-3) finished with 10 strikeouts, including eight

BY. H. LEE SMITH II lsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Corinth High School will host their 4th Annual Basic Skills Volleyball Camp on June 10 (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and 11 (6 p.m. to 8 p.m.) in the high school gym. Kids ages 6-12 from any school are eligible for the camp, which will teach basic skills such as serving and blocking. Children who wish to improve on these skills are welcome to attend. Registration is limited to the first $100 students, and all campers must pre-register by June 3. Cost is $35 per camper and includes a camp t-shirt. Campers will provide their own lunch on June 10, and an exhibition game for parents and guests will close camp on June 11. Registration forms can be picked up at all Corinth Elementary Schools, or Med Supply Plus. For more information, to obtain forms, or to register email Ronnie Sleeper (ronnie@ medsupplyplus.net).

Biggersville Yard Sale Photo by H. Lee Smith II

Corinth Candy Classic Tournament Committee members (standing) Brett Garrett, Nancy Palmer, Ann Carter, (kneeling) Dr. Robert H. Perry and Willy LaFerney are ready for the 34th event.

Corinth Area Baseball Camp The Corinth Area Baseball Camp for ages 6-12 is set for June 3-6 at Crossroads Regional Park. Cost is $75 for entire session and includes noon meal each day along with camp T-shirt. Accident insurance is included. Discount will be given if more than one family member attends. Camp is from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. A $40 deposit is required with the remaining balance due on the first day of camp. Checks should be made payable to Diamond S/Baseball Camp, 3159 Kendrick Road, Corinth, MS 38834. For more information contact John Smillie at 808-0013. Please see BRIEFS | 11A

Tournament officials are trying to beat the heat as well as childhood cancer and other catastrophic diseases. The 34th edition of the Corinth Candy Classic Tennis Tournament is set for May 28-June 2 at the Corinth High School Tennis Complex off of Pinecrest. The annual St. Jude fundraiser was held July 24-29 last year. “We’re just trying to beat the heat,” said committee member Louise Perry. “A lot of the players were complaining about how hot it was last year.” Play in the Junior division will be May 28-30. The Adult league will take the courts on May 31-June 2. The 2012 tournament cleared $7,000, which was sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. Founded by the late

Danny Thomas, St. Jude is internationally recognized for its pioneering work in finding cures and saving children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. “The community-wide effort provides a competitive fun tournament for our local tennis enthusiasts plus many out of town players travel to Corinth making the tournament even more fun,” said Dr. Robert H. Perry, Tournament Director As with last year’s tournament, registration will be conducted on-line. Participants can register at www.mstennis.com and are encouraged to include their T-shirt size during the process. The Junior Tournament is a USTA-sanctioned event, meaning participants must be registered. Entries will close Saturday at 11:59 p.m. A court-side lunch will be provided during the Please see CANDY | 11A

Bowling Standings and recent results from various league action at Plaza Bowling Lanes.

Rebel Volunteer

Candy Classic The 34rd Corinth Candy Classic Tennis Tournament will be held May 28-June 2 at the Corinth High School Tennis Complex. Junior play, a USTA sancitoned event, will be May 28-30 with the adult division scheduled for May 31-June 2. Entries close for the Juniors on Saturday, May 25 at 11:59 p.m., while Adult entries close Wednesday, May 28 at 11:59 p.m. Registrations are to be submitted on line. Be sure to include your T-shirt size when you register. A court-side lunch will be provided for junior players on opening day. Friday night, the first night of the adult division play, will include a courtside supper for sponsors and patrons. Saturday night there will be a courtside supper for the adult tournament participants. To participate in the Junior Tournament, participants must be members of the USTA. The Adult Tournament is open to all who wish to enter. For more information call 662-287-4561 or 662-284-5475 (cell) or visit www.mstennis.com.

Kossuth 6, Independence 3 Independence 011 001 0 — 3 7 1 Kossuth 321 000 X — 6 5 2 WP: Tyler Mercer (10-3). LP: Tyler Presley (4-3). Multiple Hits: (I) Leemarcus Boyd 2, Nathan Simpson 2. (K) Jacob Wilcher 2. 2B: (I) Boyd. (K) Mercer. Records: Independence 20-10, Kossuth 18-13.

34th Candy Classic: Tourney opts for cooler start time

CHS Volleyball Camp

The Biggersville Boys Basketball Team will host a Community Yard Sale on June 1 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items can be donated for the sale, or booths can be set up for a $10 fee to sell items. The team will also distribute smoked-chicken plates from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. - tickets for these plates must be purchased in advance for $8. Plates can be purchased from any Biggersville team member. To donate items, set up a booth, or for more information, contract Cliff Little at 662-665-1486.

of the nine outs in the 2-3-4 innings. The Aggies managed just five hits, but grinded out 11 other at-bats getting six runners on by walks and another five via hit-by-pitch. Kossuth swept Belmont last season to claim its first North Half championship. Southeast Lauderdale would win the title series 2-1 at Smith-Wills Stadium.

5-9 Russell’s Beef House 41-23 They Just Ain’t Right 39-25 Tons O’ Fun 38-26 We Bag Sand 37.5-26.5 KLCS 36-28 Unusual Spares 33.5-30.5 MS Care Center 32.5-31.5 Plumrose 31-33 Los Chingons 29-35 Kimberly-Clark 25-39 Spoilers 23.5-40.5 Price Masonry 18-46 High Team Game: Tons O’ Fun 1197 High Team Series: KLCS 3494 High Individual Games: David Curry 255, Tyler Corbin 245 High Individual Series: Corbin 712, Curry 650 5-2 High Team Game: Price Masonry 1164 High Team Series: KLCS 3359 High Individual Games: Tyler Corbin 237, Bud Brooks 224 High Individual Series: Corbin 663, Adam Ellsworth 574  4-25 High Team Game: Rus-

sell’s Beef House 1193 High Team Series: KLCS 3427 High Individual Games: Tyler Corbin 258, Kidd Curry 257 High Individual Series: Corbin 724, Kenny Monroe 581

Thursday Morning Coffee 4-18 Country Girls 46-22 Handicap Unlimited 45-23 Comedians 43-25 Family Tradition 41-27 Chuckwagon 39-29 Gunn Drug Co. 38-30 Iuka Wellness 37-31 Bowling Buddies 34-34 Grits 32.5-35.5 Sweetrolls 32.5-35.5 SID’s 32-36 Alley Kats 31-37 Liberty National 28-40 Sticky Pins 24-44 Gutter Girls 24-44 IBEW 17-51 High Team Game: Bowling Buddies 855 High Team Series: Bowling Buddies 2455 High Individual Games: Vicki Frye 198, Mandy Thomas 193, Linda Skinner 190, Sue Dees 189, Sherre Curry 188 High Individual Series: Frye 520, Thomas 519, Te-

resa Fugitt 518, Sherri Batie 506

Monday Night Major Final Needs Some Luck 44-28 The Outlaws 42-30 Shot Who? 40-32 The Four Amigos 38-34 That Dog’ll Hunt 35.5-36.5 Nobody Knows 32-40 Yeah, We Bad 31-41 Last Minute 25.5-46.5 High Team Game: Shot Who? 952 High Team Series: The Four Amigos 2704 High Individual Games: (Men) Tyler Corbin 259, Tommy Hughes 235, Gary Wilburn 214. (Women) Bea Brents 233, Monice Roland 188, Cindy Wooley 173 High Individual Series: (Men) Ronnie Smith 599, Corbin 582, Hughes 558. (Women) Brents 595, Wooley 468, Roland 437 4-29 High Team Game: Shot Who? 953 High Team Series: Shot Who? 2718 High Individual Games: Tyler Corbin 247, Willy Fowler 235, Turkey Smith 226 High Individual Series: Corbin 737, Tommy Hughes 599, Stan Howell 576  4-22

High Team Game: That Dog’ll Hunt 1025 High Team Series: That Dog’ll Hunt 2671 High Individual Games: (Men) Kidd Curry 255, Willy Fowler 246, Stan Howell 224, Tyler Corbin 224. (Women) Belinda Hardin 180, Starr Martin 180, Monice Roland 175, Bea Brents 174 High Individual Series: (Men) Corbin 637, Curry 631, Gary Wilburn 581. (Women) Martin 499, Hardin 478, Brents 469

Church Final #Harmony Hill 45-15 Pinecrest Baptist 37.5-22.5 Antioch #2 36.5-23.5 Oakland Baptist 33-27 Knockouts 32-28 Antioch #1 29-31 W. Corinth Baptist 25-35 #-Second Half Winner High Team Game: Antioch #2 937 High Team Series: Antioch #2 2688 High Individual Games: (Women) Gator Johnson 184, Briana Boren 177. (Men) Gene Silvestri 234, David Curry 214 High Individual Series: (Women) Boren 482, Johnson 482. (Men) Bert Calvery 557, Darryl Orso 540

Grizzlies try to extend best playoff run Associated Press

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — On the best playoff run in their short history, the Memphis Grizzlies refuse to be satisfied with just reaching their first Western Conference final. The San Antonio Spurs?

Well, they know time is running out for a team that has done so very much in the NBA playoffs yet last celebrated a championship in 2007. Blowing a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals a year ago to Oklahoma City

has driven the Spurs since training camp, and now they are back with Game 1 on Sunday against Memphis determined not to waste another chance. “We understand as a team that those opportunities are

very rare, and we have another great one right now,” Spurs guard Tony Parker said Saturday. “We have home-court advantage against a very good team, so we have to take full Please see GRIZZLIES | 11A


Scoreboard

Sunday, May 19, 2013

BRIEFS CONTINUED FROM 10A

Kossuth Aggie Football Camp The 2013 Kossuth Aggies Football Camp will be held on June 3-5 from 8-11:30 a.m. at the KHS football facility. The camp is open to students grades K-5. Cost is $60 (payable to Kossuth High School) and includes t-shirt and lunch on final day. Registration can be done at the school from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or mailed to KHS, attn: Brain Kelly, 15 CR 604, Kossuth, MS 38834. For questions contact Kyle Bond (255-3818) or Brian Kelly (664-0719).

NEMCC Softball Tryouts Northeast Mississippi Community College will host tryouts for the Lady Tigers Softball Team for any unsigned 2013 seniors on May 21 at the Booneville City Park. All athletes must be completed with their high school season to participate and all are expected to sign a practice waiver. Tryout will consist of conditioning, throwing, fielding and hitting as well as base running times and pro agility times. Athletes that try out are asked to fill out the potential student-athlete form on the NEMCC Athletic website (http:// nemccathletics.com/ athletics/softballform) and bring it to the tryout. Athletes are expected to wear practice attire and provide their own glove and/or mitt as well as a bat and helmet. For more information about the NEMCC Softball Team contact Head Coach Jody Long at jwlong@nemcc. edu or call 662-7207305.

CANDY CONTINUED FROM 10A

opening day of the Junior event. The Adult tournament is open to all. Entries will be open until Wednesday, May 28 at 11:59 p.m. “Adults can still register on-line, they just don’t have to be a member of the USTA,” said Mrs. Perry. The first night of the adult division play will conclude with a courtside supper for sponsors and patrons. That Saturday night there will be a court-side supper for the adult tournament participants. The tournament honors the memory of Candy Hammond, the daughter of Doug and Martha Hammond, who died of leukemia shortly after her 10th birthday in 1964. The tournament was renamed in memory of Candy in 1977 after originally being called the Corinth Invitational. (For more information, call 287-4561 or 2845475 or visit www.mstennis.com)

Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ

>ÃiL> ÊÃÌ>˜`ˆ˜}Ã]ÊÃV…i`Տi >ÃÌÊ ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ Ê 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ  ̏>˜Ì>Ê Ó{Ê £nÊ °xÇ£Ê p £ 7>ň˜}̜˜Ê ÓÎÊ ÓäÊ °xÎxÊ £ |Ó *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Ê ÓäÊ ÓÎÊ °{ÈxÊ {£|Ó iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ £ÈÊ Ó{Ê °{ääÊ Ç £ ˆ>“ˆÊ ££Ê ÎÓÊ °ÓxÈÊ £Î |Ó

i˜ÌÀ>Ê ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ Ê 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ  -̰ʜՈÃÊ ÓÇÊ £xÊ °È{ÎÊ p £

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>ÌˆÊ ÓÈÊ £ÇÊ °ÈäxÊ £ |Ó *ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…Ê ÓxÊ £nÊ °xn£Ê Ó£|Ó

…ˆV>}œÊ £nÊ Ó{Ê °{Ó™Ê ™ £ ˆÜ>ՎiiÊ £ÇÊ Ó{Ê °{£xÊ ™ |Ó 7iÃÌÊ ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ Ê 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ  Àˆâœ˜>Ê ÓxÊ £nÊ °xn£Ê p ->˜ÊÀ>˜VˆÃVœÊ Ó{Ê £™Ê °xxnÊ £

œœÀ>`œÊ ÓÎÊ ÓäÊ °xÎxÊ Ó x£ |Ó ->˜Ê ˆi}œÊ £™Ê ÓÎÊ °{xÓÊ œÃʘ}iiÃÊ £ÇÊ Ó{Ê °{£xÊ Ç Àˆ`>Þ½ÃÊ>ÌiÊ>“iÃ

œœÀ>`œÊ£ä]Ê->˜ÊÀ>˜VˆÃVœÊ™ 7>ň˜}̜˜ÊÈ]Ê->˜Ê ˆi}œÊx]Ê£äʈ˜˜ˆ˜}à ->ÌÕÀ`>Þ½ÃÊ>“iÃ

…ˆV>}œÊ ÕLÃÊn]Ê °9°ÊiÌÃÊÓ

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>̈ʣä]Ê*…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Êä œÕÃ̜˜Ê{]Ê*ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…ÊÓ]Ê££Êˆ˜˜ˆ˜}à Àˆâœ˜>Ê£]ʈ>“ˆÊä ̏>˜Ì>ÊÎ]Ê°°Ê œ`}iÀÃÊ£ ˆÜ>ՎiiÊÈ]Ê-̰ʜՈÃÊ{]Ê£äʈ˜˜ˆ˜}Ã

œœÀ>`œÊ£ä]Ê->˜ÊÀ>˜VˆÃVœÊÓ ->˜Ê ˆi}œÊÓ]Ê7>ň˜}̜˜Ê£ /œ`>Þ½ÃÊ>“ià Àˆâœ˜>Ê ­ˆiÞÊ Î‡Ó®Ê >ÌÊ ˆ>“ˆÊ ­ œ>ÃVœÊ Ӈx®]Ê£Ó\£äÊ«°“°

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>ÌˆÊ ­° >ˆiÞÊ Ó‡Î®Ê >ÌÊ *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Ê ­*iÌ̈Lœ˜iÊ·ä®]Ê£Ó\ÎxÊ«°“° œÕÃ̜˜Ê ­>ÀÀiÊ ·{®Ê >ÌÊ *ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…Ê ­œVŽiÊ·£®]Ê£Ó\ÎxÊ«°“° °°Ê œ`}iÀÃÊ­>}ˆÊä‡ä®Ê>ÌÊ̏>˜Ì>Ê­ˆ‡ ˜œÀÊx‡Ó®]Ê£Ó\ÎxÊ«°“° ˆÜ>ՎiiÊ­œ…ÃiÊ£‡{®Ê>ÌÊ-̰ʜՈÃÊ­>ÃÌÊ £‡ä®]Ê£\£xÊ«°“° °9°Ê iÌÃÊ ­iiÊ Ó‡x®Ê >ÌÊ …ˆV>}œÊ ÕLÃÊ ­7œœ`Ê{‡Ó®]Ê£\ÓäÊ«°“° ->˜Ê À>˜VˆÃVœÊ ­<ˆÌœÊ Î‡Ó®Ê >ÌÊ œœÀ>`œÊ ­ ˆV>ȜÊ·£®]ÊÎ\£äÊ«°“° 7>ň˜}̜˜Ê ­>Ài˜Ê {‡{®Ê >ÌÊ ->˜Ê ˆi}œÊ ­ >ŘiÀÊӇӮ]ÊÎ\£äÊ«°“° œ˜`>Þ½ÃÊ>“iÃ

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>̈Ê>ÌÊ °9°ÊiÌÃ]ÊÈ\£äÊ«°“° ˆ˜˜iÜÌ>Ê>ÌÊ̏>˜Ì>]ÊÈ\£äÊ«°“° *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Ê>Ìʈ>“ˆ]ÊÈ\£äÊ«°“° °°Ê œ`}iÀÃÊ>ÌʈÜ>Վii]ÊÇ\£äÊ«°“° Àˆâœ˜>Ê>ÌÊ œœÀ>`œ]ÊÇ\{äÊ«°“° -̰ʜՈÃÊ>ÌÊ->˜Ê ˆi}œ]ʙ\£äÊ«°“° 7>ň˜}̜˜Ê>ÌÊ->˜ÊÀ>˜VˆÃVœ]ʙ\£xÊ«°“°

ÀiÜiÀÃÊÈ]Ê >À`ˆ˜>ÃÊ{ £äʈ˜˜ˆ˜}à ˆÜ>ՎiiÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê -Ì°ÊœÕˆÃ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê LˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ œŽˆÊÀvÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ äÊ  À«˜ÌÊÓLÊ{Ê äÊ £Ê Ó -i}ÕÀ>ÊÃÃÊ {Ê £Ê ÎÊ ÓÊ >ÞÊVvÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê £ À>՘ʏvÊ xÊ äÊ ÎÊ ÓÊ œˆ`ÞʏvÊ xÊ äÊ £Ê ä À,“ÀÊÎLÊ xÊ £Ê ÎÊ äÊ À>ˆ}ÊÀv‡£LÊÎÊ £Ê £Ê ä ÕVÀœÞÊVÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ 9œˆ˜ÊVÊ {Ê äÊ ÓÊ ä

œ“âÊVvÊ ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ `“ÃÊ£LÊ{Ê äÊ äÊ ä 9 ̘VÀÊ£LÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ,œÃ˜Ì…Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ÝvœÀ`Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ՍˆV>Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä -V…vÀÊ«…Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ iÃV>ÃÊ«…Ê£Ê äÊ äÊ ä ˜`ÀÃ˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ °iÞÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ˆ>˜V…ˆÊÓLÊ xÊ £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ ÀiiÃiÊÎLÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê ä ÃÌÀ>`Ê«Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ œâ“>ÊÃÃÊ xÊ £Ê ÓÊ £ V˜âÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ޘ˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä >`˜…«Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ->>ÃÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä 7iiŽÃÊ«…Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ 7}}˜Ì˜Ê«…Ê£Ê £Ê £Ê ä ˆ˜ÌâÀÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ À̘âÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ˜ââÊ£LÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ iÌÀ>˜ÊÀvÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ ä /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎnÊÈÊ£ÎÊÈÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎnÊ{Ê £äÊ { ˆÜ>ՎiiÊ ääÎÊ ä£äÊ äääÊ ÓÊ pÊ È -̰ʜՈÃÊ äÓäÊ ääÓÊ äääÊ äÊ pÊ {

*pˆÜ>ՎiiÊ£]Ê-̰ʜՈÃÊΰÊ" pˆ‡ Ü>ՎiiÊ ™]Ê -Ì°Ê œÕˆÃÊ ££°Ê Ó pœˆ`>ÞÊ ­Ç®]Ê

À>ˆ}Ê ­£Ó®°Ê Î p-i}ÕÀ>Ê ­{®°Ê -p ÃÌÀ>`>]Ê ޘ˜° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" ˆÜ>Վii ÃÌÀ>`>Ê xÓ|ÎÊ ÇÊ {Ê {Ê {Ê Ó ˆV°œ˜â>iâÊ -]·ÎÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £ >`i˜…œ«Ê Ó ˆ˜ÌâiÀÊ £ |ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó ÝvœÀ`Ê7]£‡ÎÊ ££|ÓÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ ÓÊ Î i˜`iÀܘÊ-]n‡nÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä -̰ʜՈà ޘ˜Ê xÊ nÊ {Ê {Ê ÓÊ Î ->>ÃÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £ Ó

>°>À̈˜iâÊ £ |ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ £ £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê £ ,œÃi˜Ì…>Ê ՍˆV>Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó °iÞÊ]ä‡ÓÊ £Ê ÎÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê £ ˆV°œ˜â>iâÊ «ˆÌV…i`Ê ÌœÊ £Ê L>ÌÌiÀÊ ˆ˜Ê ̅iÊ È̅°  *pLÞÊ >°>À̈˜iâÊ ­-i}ÕÀ>]Ê ÕVÀœÞ®°Ê 7*p,œÃi˜Ì…>° /pÎ\{n°Êp{Ó]{£äÊ­{Î]™Çx®°

ÕLÃÊn]ÊiÌÃÊÓ iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ Ê >ÝÌiÀÊÀvÊ

˜À«ÊÓLÊ

7À}…ÌÊÎLÊ ° >ۈÃÊ£LÊ

Õ`>ʏvÊ ÕVŽÊVÊ ˜ŽˆiÊVvÊ ,/i>`ÊÃÃÊ iv˜iÀÊ«Ê ÞÀ`Ê«…Ê

>ÀÜ˜Ê«Ê /ÕÀ˜iÀÊ«…Ê V}…Ê«Ê 6`ë˜Ê«…Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ

Ê Ê Ê Ê …ˆV>}œ >LÊÀÊ …Ê LˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ iiÃÃÊVvÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê Ó {Ê äÊ ÓÊ äÊ - >ÃÌÀœÊÃÃÊxÊ äÊ äÊ ä {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ ,ˆââœÊ£LÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ £ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ -œÀˆ˜ÊvÊ ÎÊ £Ê £Ê ä {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ ,˜`˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ÎÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ -V…À…ÌÊÀvÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ £ {Ê £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ 6>Õi˜ÊÎLÊ ÓÊ äÊ £Ê £ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ >Ã̈œÊVÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê £ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ >À˜iÞÊÓLÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê ä £Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ i`“˜Ê«Ê ÎÊ äÊ £Ê Ó äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ,ÕÃÃiÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ -Üi˜ÞÊ«…‡vÊ£Ê £Ê £Ê ä äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ Î{ÊÓÊ ™Ê ÓÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ Î{ÊnÊ ££Ê n

iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ Ê äääÊ äääÊ ääÓÊ pÊ Ó

…ˆV>}œÊ Ê äääÊ {£äÊ äÎÝÊ pÊ n p° >ۈÃÊ ­Î®]Ê -° >ÃÌÀœÊ ­È®°Ê *p iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ £]Ê …ˆV>}œÊ £°Ê " p iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ Ç]Ê …ˆ‡ V>}œÊ È°Ê Ó p°-œÀˆ>˜œÊ ­££®]Ê i`“>˜Ê ­Ó®]Ê -Üii˜iÞÊ ­Ó®°Ê ,p˜ŽˆiÊ ­Ó®]Ê ,ˆââœÊ ­£ä®]Ê -V…ˆiÀ…œÌâÊ ­x®°Ê - p °7Àˆ}…ÌÊ ­£ä®°Ê -p

>˜°ÕÀ«…Þʭή°Ê-piv˜iÀ°Ê-p6>LÕi˜>° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" iÜÊ9œÀŽ iv˜iÀÊ]ä‡xÊ {Ê xÊ {Ê {Ê ÓÊ Î

>ÀÜ˜Ê ÓÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ £ VÕ}…Ê ÓÊ xÊ ÎÊ ÎÊ äÊ £

…ˆV>}œ Ó i`“>˜Ê7]{‡ÎÊ È |ÎÊ ÇÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê È £ ,ÕÃÃiÊ £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä °,œ˜`œ˜Ê £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ äÊ ä  *pLÞÊiv˜iÀÊ­°-œÀˆ>˜œ®° /pÓ\x£°ÊpÎn]ÇÈÈÊ­{£]䣙®°

À>ÛiÃÊÎ]Ê œ`}iÀÃÊ£ œÃʘ}iiÃÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê ̏>˜Ì> Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê LˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ

ÀÜvÀ`ʏvÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ -““˜ÃÊÃÃÊ{Ê £Ê i“«ÊVvÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ iÞÜÀ`ÊÀvÊ {Ê äÊ `˜âÊ£LÊ ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ °1«Ìœ˜ÊvÊ {Ê äÊ Ì…ˆiÀÊÀvÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ À“˜Ê£LÊ ÎÊ äÊ -V…“ŽÀÊÓLÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ …˜Ã˜ÊÎLÊÎÊ äÊ `ÀÜVâÊVÊ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ ,°*i˜>ÊÎLÊäÊ äÊ *՘̜ÊÎLÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ V ˜˜ÊVÊ ÎÊ äÊ

œÀ`˜ÊÃÃÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ 1}}>ÊÓLÊ ÎÊ äÊ

>«Õ>˜Ê«Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ 1«Ìœ˜ÊVvÊ ÎÊ £Ê >˜Ãi˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ i`i˜Ê«Ê ÓÊ äÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê i>ÀÀˆ˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê >Ì̈ÃÊ«…Ê £Ê £Ê

…Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ £Ê

Lˆ £ ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä Ó

Ê Ê Ê Ê ˆ“ÀiÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ÓÈÊ£Ê ÓÊ äÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎäÊÎÊ ÇÊ Î

œÃʘ}iiÃÊ Ê äääÊ £ääÊ äääÊ pÊ £ ̏>˜Ì>Ê Ê äääÊ äääÊ äÎÝÊ pÊ Î p°1«Ìœ˜Ê ­{®°Ê *pœÃÊ ˜}iiÃÊ £°Ê " pœÃʘ}iiÃÊ{]Ê̏>˜Ì>ÊΰÊÓ p-V…Õ‡ “>ŽiÀÊ ­x®°Ê ,p-ˆ““œ˜ÃÊ ­x®]Ê >Ì̈ÃÊ ­n®°Ê

-p °œÀ`œ˜Ê­Ó®°Ê-p >«Õ>˜œÊÓ° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" œÃʘ}iià £

>«Õ>˜œÊ Ç |ÎÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ x Ó >˜Ãi˜Ê]£‡ÓÊ -]£‡ÎÊ |ÎÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ äÊ £ ̏>˜Ì> i`i˜Ê ÇÊ ÓÊ £Ê äÊ ÎÊ x i>ÀÀˆ˜Ê7]£‡äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä ˆ“LÀiÊ-]£Î‡£ÈÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó  *pLÞÊi`i˜Ê­ °œÀ`œ˜®° /pÓ\{ä°ÊpÎn]È£xÊ­{™]xnÈ®°

,i`ÃÊ£ä]Ê*…ˆˆiÃÊä

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>ÌˆÊ Ê

…œœÊVvÊ

œâ>ÀÌÊÃÃÊ 6œÌ̜ʣLÊ °-œÌœÊ£LÊ *…ˆˆ«ÃÊÓLÊ ÀÕViÊÀvÊ À>âˆiÀÊÎLÊ -ˆ“œ˜Ê«Ê ÕÌâʏvÊ >˜ˆ}˜ÊVÊ ÀÀœÞœÊ«Ê >˜˜…˜ÊÎLÊ Ê Ê Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ

Ê Ê Ê Ê *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ> >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ xÊ £Ê ÓÊ äÊ ,œˆ˜ÃÊÃÃÊ ÎÊ äÊ ÈÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê ÕÀLˆ˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ {Ê ÓÊ {Ê ÓÊ 1̏iÞÊÓLÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ 9œ˜}ÊÎLÊ {Ê äÊ ÈÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ œÜ>À`Ê£LÊ{Ê äÊ {Ê äÊ ÓÊ £Ê ,iÛiÀiÊ«ÀÊ äÊ äÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê 9œ˜}ÊÀvÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ÀܘʏvÊ {Ê äÊ xÊ £Ê ÓÊ £Ê >ÞÀÀÞÊVvÊ {Ê äÊ ÎÊ ÓÊ £Ê ÎÊ À>ÌâÊVÊ ÎÊ äÊ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ ˜`ÀVŽÊ«Ê ÓÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ,œÃ˜À}Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê œÀÃÌÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê Փœ˜ÌÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê >ÛÃÊ«…‡ÃÃÊ£ÊäÊ {£Ê£äÊ£ÈÊ™Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎÓÊäÊ

…Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ ÓÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ÈÊ

Lˆ ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>ÌˆÊ Ê äÎäÊ ää£Ê ä{ÓÊ pÊ £ä *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Ê Ê äääÊ äääÊ äääÊ pÊ ä " p ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>ÌˆÊ £Ó]Ê *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ>Ê Ç°Ê Ó p œâ>ÀÌÊ­È®]Ê6œÌ̜ʭ£ä®]Ê ÀÕViÊ­£x®]ÊÕÌâÊ ­£®]Ê œÜ>À`Ê ­£ä®]Ê ° ÀœÜ˜Ê ­x®°Ê ,p6œÌÌœÊ ­È®]Ê>˜ˆ}>˜Ê­£®°Ê- p …œœÊ­x®°Ê-pÀÀœÞœ°Ê -p ÀÕVi° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-"

ˆ˜Vˆ˜˜>̈ Ó ÀÀœÞœÊ7]{‡{Ê Ç |ÎÊ xÊ äÊ äÊ ÓÊ È £ -ˆ“œ˜Ê £ |ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ £ *…ˆ>`i«…ˆ> °i˜`ÀˆVŽÊ]{‡ÓÊ ÈÊ nÊ {Ê {Ê {Ê Ó £ ,œÃi˜LiÀ}Ê £ |ÎÊ {Ê ÎÊ ÎÊ £Ê Ó £ œÀÃÌÊ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä £ |ÎÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ ä Փœ˜ÌÊ

ÕÀLˆ˜Ê £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ äÊ £  *pLÞÊ°i˜`ÀˆVŽÊ­>˜ˆ}>˜®°Ê7*pՇ “œ˜Ì° /pÎ\䙰Êp{£]n£ÇÊ­{Î]Èx£®°

>ÌiÊÀˆ`>ÞÊ-Փ“>ÀÞ >̈œ˜>ÃÊÈ]Ê*>`ÀiÃÊx £äʈ˜˜ˆ˜}à 7>ň˜}̜˜Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê ->˜Ê ˆi}œ Ê >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ -«>˜ÊVvÊ xÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ i˜œÀvˆÊVv‡vÊÈÊ£Ê ÓÊ ä “À`ââʏvÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ Û >ÀÀÊÃÃÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê ä ,-œÀˆ˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ i>`ÞÊÎLÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê £ /À>VÞÊ«…Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê ÕⓘʏvÊ ÎÊ £Ê äÊ ä -̜Ài˜Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ /…>ÞiÀÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä >À«iÀÊÀvÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ >ÃÃÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä <“À“˜ÊÎLÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê œ˜ÃœÊ£LÊ £Ê äÊ £Ê ä >,œV…Ê£LÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ {Ê >˜ŽÃÊ£LÊ {Ê äÊ ÓÊ Ó

Ә`ÊÃÃÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ -ÌÀiiÌÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä 눘œÃÊÓLÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ޜÀŽœÊÓLÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê £ -ÕâՎÊVÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ 6i˜>iÊÀvÊ xÊ äÊ £Ê ä ˜ââÊ«Ê ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ՘`ÞÊVÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ ä

ˆ««À`Ê«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ œÌÃ>ÞÊ«…Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ ä iÀ˜`˜ÊvÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ œ >ŽÀÊVÊ £Ê äÊ £Ê ä Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê -“ˆÌ…Ê«Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ ä Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê -Ì>ÕvvÀÊ«Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä Ê Ê Ê Ê Ê “ÀÃÌÊ«…‡VvÊÎÊäÊ £Ê ä /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎÈÊÈÊ ÇÊ ÈÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ {ÓÊxÊ ££Ê { 7>ň˜}̜˜Ê äääÊ ÎäÓÊ äääÊ £Ê pÊ È ->˜Ê ˆi}œÊ ÓääÊ ää£Ê ääÓÊ äÊ pÊ x p °œ˜â>iâÊ ­£®]Ê <ˆ““iÀ“>˜Ê ­™®]Ê >À«iÀÊ ­Î®°Ê " p7>ň˜}̜˜Ê Î]Ê ->˜Ê ˆ‡ i}œÊ £Ó°Ê ,p/À>VÞÊ ­£®]Ê <ˆ““iÀ“>˜Ê ­Ó®]Ê >,œV…iÊ ÓÊ ­Ç®]Ê ޜÀŽœÊ ­{®°Ê - p i˜œÀvˆ>Ê ­{®]Ê Û° >LÀiÀ>Ê­£{®°Ê-p°œ˜â>iâ° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" 7>ň˜}̜˜ °œ˜â>iâÊ ÈÓ|ÎÊ ÈÊ ÎÊ ÓÊ ÎÊ x £

ˆ««>À`Ê]ÇÊ £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê £ -œÀˆ>˜œÊ7]£‡£Ê -]Ӈ£{Ê£Ê ÎÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ ä -̜Ài˜Ê-]£‡ÎÊ £Ê ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £ ->˜Ê ˆi}œ £ °-“ˆÌ…Ê x |ÎÊ ÈÊ xÊ xÊ £Ê n Ó -Ì>ÕvviÀÊ £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê Ó /…>ÞiÀÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó >ÃÃÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó -ÌÀiiÌÊ]ä‡ÎÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ £  *pLÞÊ°œ˜â>iâÊ­i>`iÞ®° /pÎ\Óä°Êpә]n™nÊ­{Ó]xÓ{®°

ÊÃÌ>˜`ˆ˜}Ã]ÊÃV…i`Տi >ÃÌÊ ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ  ÓÇÊ £ÈÊ °ÈÓnÊ p ÓÈÊ £ÇÊ °ÈäxÊ £ £ ÓÎÊ £™Ê °x{nÊ Î |Ó £ ÓÓÊ ÓäÊ °xÓ{Ê { |Ó £ÇÊ ÓÈÊ °Î™xÊ £ä

i˜ÌÀ>Ê ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ Ê 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ 

iÛi>˜`Ê Ó{Ê £ÇÊ °xnxÊ p

iÌÀœˆÌÊ ÓÎÊ £nÊ °xÈ£Ê £ £ >˜Ã>ÃÊ ˆÌÞÊ ÓäÊ £nÊ °xÓÈÊ Ó |Ó

…ˆV>}œÊ £™Ê ÓÓÊ °{ÈÎÊ Êx ˆ˜˜iÜÌ>Ê £nÊ Ó£Ê °{ÈÓÊ x 7iÃÌÊ ˆÛˆÃˆœ˜ Ê 7Ê Ê *VÌÊ  /iÝ>ÃÊ ÓnÊ £xÊ °Èx£Ê p ">Ž>˜`Ê Ó£Ê ÓÓÊ °{nnÊ Ç -i>Ì̏iÊ ÓäÊ ÓÎÊ °{ÈxÊ n œÃʘ}iiÃÊ £ÈÊ ÓÇÊ °ÎÇÓÊ £Ó œÕÃ̜˜Ê £ÓÊ Î£Ê °ÓÇ™Ê £È Àˆ`>Þ½ÃÊ>ÌiÊ>“iÃ

…ˆV>}œÊ7…ˆÌiÊ-œÝÊÎ]Ê°°Ê˜}iÃÊä ">Ž>˜`ÊÓ]Ê>˜Ã>ÃÊ ˆÌÞÊ£ ->ÌÕÀ`>Þ½ÃÊ>“iÃ

iÛi>˜`Êx]Ê-i>Ì̏iÊ{ °9°Ê9>˜ŽiiÃÊÇ]Ê/œÀœ˜ÌœÊÓ °°Ê˜}iÃÊ£Ó]Ê …ˆV>}œÊ7…ˆÌiÊ-œÝʙ />“«>Ê >ÞÊ£ä]Ê >Ìˆ“œÀiÊÈ œÃ̜˜Ê£Ó]ʈ˜˜iÜÌ>Êx /iÝ>ÃÊÇ]Ê iÌÀœˆÌÊÓ >˜Ã>ÃÊ ˆÌÞÊ>ÌÊ">Ž>˜`]Ê­˜® -՘`>Þ½ÃÊ>“ià -i>Ì̏iÊ ­°iÀ˜>˜`iâÊ x‡Ó®Ê >ÌÊ iÛi>˜`Ê ­>ÃÌiÀܘÊȇӮ]Ê£Ó\äxÊ«°“° /œÀœ˜ÌœÊ­ ˆVŽiÞÊ·x®Ê>ÌÊ °9°Ê9>˜ŽiiÃÊ­->‡ L>̅ˆ>Ê{‡Î®]Ê£Ó\äxÊ«°“° œÕÃ̜˜Ê ­>ÀÀiÊ ·{®Ê >ÌÊ *ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…Ê ­œVŽiÊ·£®]Ê£Ó\ÎxÊ«°“° />“«>Ê >ÞÊ ­°œœÀiÊ Ç‡ä®Ê >ÌÊ >Ìˆ“œÀiÊ ­/ˆ“>˜Ê·£®]Ê£Ó\ÎxÊ«°“° œÃ̜˜Ê ­>VŽiÞÊ £‡ {®Ê >ÌÊ ˆ˜˜iÜÌ>Ê ­*°iÀ˜>˜`iâÊӇä®]Ê£\£äÊ«°“°

…ˆV>}œÊ 7…ˆÌiÊ -œÝÊ ­*i>ÛÞÊ x‡£®Ê >ÌÊ °°Ê ˜}iÃÊ­6>À}>ÃÊӇή]ÊÓ\ÎxÊ«°“° >˜Ã>ÃÊ ˆÌÞÊ ­i˜`œâ>Ê £‡Ó®Ê >ÌÊ ">Ž>˜`Ê ­Àˆvvˆ˜Ê{‡Î®]ÊÎ\äxÊ«°“°

iÌÀœˆÌÊ ­ˆÃÌiÀÊ x‡£®Ê >ÌÊ /iÝ>ÃÊ ­ °œ>˜`Ê Î‡Ó®]ÊÇ\äxÊ«°“° œ˜`>Þ½ÃÊ>“ià -i>Ì̏iÊ>ÌÊ iÛi>˜`]Ê££\äxÊ>°“° />“«>Ê >ÞÊ>ÌÊ/œÀœ˜Ìœ]Ê£Ó\äÇÊ«°“° °9°Ê9>˜ŽiiÃÊ>ÌÊ >Ìˆ“œÀi]ÊÈ\äxÊ«°“° ˆ˜˜iÜÌ>Ê>ÌÊ̏>˜Ì>]ÊÈ\£äÊ«°“° ">Ž>˜`Ê>ÌÊ/iÝ>Ã]ÊÇ\äxÊ«°“° œÃ̜˜Ê>ÌÊ …ˆV>}œÊ7…ˆÌiÊ-œÝ]ÊÇ\£äÊ«°“° >˜Ã>ÃÊ ˆÌÞÊ>ÌÊœÕÃ̜˜]ÊÇ\£äÊ«°“° Ê

iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ œÃ̜˜Ê >Ìˆ“œÀiÊ />“«>Ê >ÞÊ /œÀœ˜ÌœÊ

˜}iÃÊ£Ó]Ê7…ˆÌiÊ-œÝʙ

…ˆV>}œÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê œÃʘ}iiÃ Ê >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ 7ˆÃiÊVvÊ xÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ÞL>ÀÊÃÃÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ £ ,“ÀâÊÃÃÊ xÊ ÓÊ ÎÊ äÊ /ÀœÕÌÊVvÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê ä ,ˆœÃÊÀvÊ {Ê £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ *ՍœÃÊ`…Ê xÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ ä

°7iÃÊ«…‡ÀvÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ /ÀՓœÊÀv‡£LÊ{Ê ÎÊ ÓÊ Ó ° ՘˜Ê£LÊ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê ÓÊ ˜`ÀVÊÓLÊxÊ £Ê ÓÊ £ ««˜}ÀÊ£LÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ >>ëÊÎLÊÎÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ x œ˜iÀŽÊ`…Ê xÊ £Ê ÎÊ £Ê >ÀÀÃÊ£LÊÓÊ £Ê äÊ ä ˆ>ëˆÊÎLÊ xÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ >“Ì˜ÊÀvÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê ä 6ˆVˆi`œÊvÊ ÎÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê >˜˜iÌÌÊVÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ ä ˆ“i˜âÊVÊ xÊ ÓÊ {Ê ÎÊ -…ÕVŽÊvÊ {Ê äÊ ÓÊ Î Àii˜iÊÓLÊ xÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ {{ʙʣÇÊ™Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ Î£Ê£ÓÊ£ÓÊ£Ó

…ˆV>}œÊ Ê äääÊ {ääÊ äxäÊ pÊ ™ œÃʘ}iiÃÊ Ê äääÊ ÎÓäÊ xÓÝÊ pÊ £Ó

*p …ˆV>}œÊ £°Ê " p …ˆV>}œÊ £Ó]Ê œÃÊ ˜}iiÃÊ ™°Ê Ó p,ˆœÃÊ ­™®]Ê *ՍœÃÊ ­™®]Ê /ÀՓLœÊ ­£Î®]Ê °i˜`ÀˆVŽÊ ­x®]Ê -…ÕVŽÊ ­x®°Ê ,pˆ“i˜iâÊ ­Ó®]Ê /ÀՓLœÊ ­£ä®]Ê >>ëœÊ ­Î®°Ê -p/ÀœÕÌʭή°Ê-pÞL>À]Ê >>ëœÊÓ° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-"

…ˆV>}œ £ °->˜Ìˆ>}œÊ Î |ÎÊ {Ê ÎÊ ÎÊ {Ê Ó °œ˜iÃÊ]ä‡{Ê Î£|ÎÊ ÎÊ {Ê {Ê ÓÊ Ó £ |ÎÊ ÎÊ {Ê {Ê ÓÊ £ 6i>Ê ˆ˜`ÃÌÀœ“Ê £Ê ÓÊ £Ê £Ê ÓÊ £ œÃʘ}iià £ >˜Ìœ˜Ê { |ÎÊ ££Ê {Ê {Ê ÓÊ È

œiœÊ7]£‡äÊ £Ó|ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Î

° iÊ>Ê,œÃ>Ê]ÈÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ £ Ó |ÎÊ {Ê {Ê {Ê äÊ Ó ,ˆV…>À`ÃÊ £ ÀˆiÀˆÊ-]n‡™Ê £ |ÎÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ Î 6i>Ê«ˆÌV…i`Ê̜ʣÊL>ÌÌiÀʈ˜Ê̅iÊn̅°  *pLÞÊ °->˜Ìˆ>}œÊ ­/ÀœÕÌ®]Ê LÞÊ >˜‡ ̜˜Ê­°,>“ˆÀiâ]Ê6ˆVˆi`œ®°Ê7*p°->˜Ìˆ>}œ°Ê * pˆ“i˜iâÊÓ° /pÎ\xä°ÊpÎÇ]£ÈxÊ­{x]{nή°

9>˜ŽiiÃÊÇ]Ê ÕiÊ>ÞÃÊÓ /œÀœ˜ÌœÊ Ê i >ÀÀʏvÊ >ṎÃÌÊÀvÊ ˜VÀ˜VÊ`…Ê Ài˜VˆˆÊVÊ ˆ˜`Ê£LÊ >ÜÀˆiÊÎLÊ ,>ÓÃÊVvÊ âÌÕÀÃÊÃÃÊ œ˜ˆv>VÊÓLÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ

Ê Ê Ê Ê iÜÊ9œÀŽ >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ >À`˜ÀÊVvÊ {Ê £Ê ÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ >˜œÊÓLÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÎÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê 6°7iÃʏvÊ {Ê £Ê {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ >v˜iÀÊ`…Ê {Ê £Ê {Ê £Ê ÓÊ äÊ "ÛiÀ>ÞÊ£LÊ {Ê äÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ À˜`ÀÃÊÀvÊ {Ê äÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê £Ê ° ˆÝÊÃÃÊ {Ê £Ê {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ `“ÃÊÎLÊÎÊ äÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ Õ,“˜ÊVÊ ÎÊ £Ê ÎÎÊÓÊ nÊ ÓÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ Î{ÊÇÊ

…Ê £Ê ÓÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ £Ê nÊ

Lˆ £ { ä Ó ä ä ä ä ä Ç

/œÀœ˜ÌœÊ Ê äääÊ £ääÊ ä£äÊ pÊ Ó iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ Ê ääÎÊ äÓäÊ äÓÝÊ pÊ Ç p°âÌÕÀˆÃÊ ­x®]Ê ˆ˜`Ê ­£®°Ê *p iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ£°Ê" p/œÀœ˜ÌœÊÇ]Ê iÜÊ9œÀŽÊΰÊÓ p i° >LÀiÀ>Ê ­™®]Ê ˆ˜`Ê ÓÊ ­Ç®°Ê ,p ˜V>À˜>‡ Vˆœ˜Ê­£Ó®]Ê >˜œÊÓÊ­£Ó®]Ê>v˜iÀÊ­Ç®° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" /œÀœ˜Ìœ œÀÀœÜÊ]£‡ÎÊ xÊ ÇÊ xÊ xÊ äÊ £

iVˆÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £

i>L>ÀÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó "ˆÛiÀÊ £Ê £Ê ÓÊ £Ê äÊ Ó iÜÊ9œÀŽ

°*…i«ÃÊ7]ӇÓÊ ÇÊ ÈÊ £Ê £Ê ÎÊ n

°,œLiÀÌÜ˜Ê £Ê ÓÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ £ œ}>˜Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ Ó /pÓ\ÎÈ°Êp{x]xÇÇÊ­xä]ә£®°

,>ÞÃÊ£ä]Ê"ÀˆœiÃÊÈ />“«>Ê >ÞÊ Ê Ê Ê Ê >Ìˆ“œÀi Ê >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ ˜˜˜}ÃÊVvÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ VœÌ…ʏvÊ {Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ ä œÞViÊÀvÊ xÊ ÓÊ ÎÊ xÊ >V…`ÊÎLÊ xÊ äÊ äÊ ä <œLÀˆÃÌÊÓLÊ {Ê £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ >ÀŽŽÃÊÀvÊ xÊ £Ê ÎÊ £ œ˜}œÀˆÊÎLÊ xÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ °œ˜iÃÊVvÊ{Ê £Ê ÓÊ Î œ˜iÞÊ£LÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ° >ۈÃÊ£LÊ{Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ £ -VœÌÌÊ`…Ê ÎÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê 7ˆiÌiÀÃÊVÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ ä …˜Ã˜ÊvÊ xÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê >À`ÞÊÃÃÊ xÊ äÊ ÓÊ £ Տ`ʏvÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ˆVŽÀØÊ`…Ê{Ê äÊ £Ê ä œˆ˜ÊVÊ ÓÊ £Ê ÓÊ äÊ 9 >ÛÀÀÊÓLÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê ä œ>̜˜Ê«À‡VÊ £Ê ÓÊ äÊ äÊ >…ÀÌÞÊÓLÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä 9 ÃVœÀÊÃÃÊ ÎÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎÇÊ£äÊ££Ê£äÊ/œÌ>ÃÊ Î™ÊÈÊ £ÎÊ È />“«>Ê >ÞÊ Ê ääÎÊ ä£äÊ ääÈÊ pÊ £ä >Ìˆ“œÀiÊ Ê {ä£Ê £ääÊ äääÊ pÊ È

*p >Ìˆ“œÀiÊ £°Ê " p/>“«>Ê >ÞÊ È]Ê >Ìˆ“œÀiÊ £ä°Ê Ó pœÞViÊ ÓÊ ­x®]Ê <œLÀˆÃÌÊ ÓÊ ­££®]Ê œ˜}œÀˆ>Ê ­£Ó®]Ê °œˆ˜>Ê ÓÊ ­x®]Ê 9° ÃVœL>ÀÊ ­n®]Ê >ÀŽ>ŽˆÃÊ ­™®]Ê >À`ÞÊ ­È®°Ê ,pœÞViÊ ­Ç®]Ê °œ…˜Ãœ˜Ê ­Ç®]Ê °œ˜iÃÊ ­È®]Ê ° >ۈÃÊ ­£Ó®°Ê - pVœÕÌ…Ê ÓÊ ­£Î®°Ê

-p>ÀŽ>ŽˆÃÊ­Ó®° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" />“«>Ê >Þ ,œ°iÀ˜>˜`iâÊ ÓÊ nÊ xÊ xÊ äÊ £

°,>“œÃÊ ÓÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê Ó °/œÀÀiÃÊ7]£‡äÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ÓÊ Î ÕiŽiÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ £ >Ìˆ“œÀi ÕÀÀi˜ÃÊ xÊ ÈÊ {Ê {Ê £Ê x Ó /œ“°՘ÌiÀÊ]£Ê Ó |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê £ £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä >ÌÕÃâÊ]ÇÊ œ…˜Ãœ˜Ê]£‡{Ê -]Ӈ£È£|ÎÊ ÎÊ xÊ xÊ ÓÊ ä Ó |ÎÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê ÓÊ ä "½ >ÞÊ ,œ°iÀ˜>˜`iâÊ«ˆÌV…i`Ê̜ʣÊL>ÌÌiÀʈ˜Ê̅iÊ ÎÀ`°  *pLÞÊ ,œ°iÀ˜>˜`iâÊ ­ ° >ۈî°Ê 7*p ÕÀÀi˜Ã° /pÎ\ÎÈ°ÊpÎ{]ÈnxÊ­{x]™Ç£®°

˜`ˆ>˜ÃÊx]Ê>Àˆ˜iÀÃÊ{ -i>Ì̏iÊ Ê ˜ …ÛâÊVvÊ >ÞÊ«…‡VvÊ -˜`ÀÃÊVvÊ VŽiÞÊÓLÊ -i>}iÀÊÎLÊ œÀÃÊ`…Ê œÀÃiÊÀvÊ L>˜iâʏvÊ -“œ>ŽÊ£LÊ œ˜ÌÀÊVÊ ,Þ>˜ÊÃÃÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ

Ê Ê Ê Ê iÛi>˜` >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ …Ê Lˆ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ œÕÀ˜ÊVvÊ xÊ äÊ ÓÊ £ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ˆ«˜ˆÃÊÓLÊ xÊ £Ê ÓÊ £ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ  >ÀiÀÊÃÃÊ xÊ £Ê ÎÊ ä {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ -܈ÅiÀÊ`…ÊÎÊ äÊ £Ê ä {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ,ޘÊ·£LÊxÊ £Ê ÓÊ Î {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ ->˜Ì˜Ê£LÊ{Ê äÊ äÊ ä {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ À>˜ÌÞʏvÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä {Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê ۈiÃʏv‡ÎLÊ{Ê £Ê ÓÊ ä ÎÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê 9œ“ÃÊVÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê ä {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ -ÌÕLLÃÊÀvÊ ÓÊ äÊ äÊ ä ÎÊ £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ Î{Ê{Ê ™Ê {Ê /œÌ>ÃÊ ÎÇÊxÊ £ÎÊ x

-i>Ì̏iÊ Ê äääÊ äääÊ äÓÓÊ pÊ {

iÛi>˜`Ê Ê £ääÊ ä£ÓÊ ää£Ê pÊ x œÊœÕÌÃÊ܅i˜Ê܈˜˜ˆ˜}ÊÀ՘ÊÃVœÀi`°

*p-i>Ì̏iÊ £]Ê iÛi>˜`Ê £°Ê " p-i‡ >Ì̏iÊ {]Ê iÛi>˜`Ê £Ó°Ê Ó p ˜° …>ÛiâÊ ­Î®]Ê -“œ>ŽÊ ­Ç®]Ê ° >LÀiÀ>Ê ­£Ó®]Ê -܈ÅiÀÊ ­£ä®]Ê ۈiÃʭή°Ê,pL>˜iâÊ­n®]Ê-“œ>ŽÊ­Ó®]Ê,Þ>˜Ê ­£®]Ê >À°,iޘœ`ÃÊ ­£Ó®°Ê - p œÕÀ˜Ê ÓÊ ­x®]Ê ˆ«˜ˆÃÊ­n®°Ê -p°œ˜ÌiÀœÊ­£®°Ê-p-ÌÕLLð Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-" -i>Ì̏i £ °->՘`iÀÃÊ x |ÎÊ ££Ê {Ê {Ê ÓÊ Ó >ÀµÕ…>ÀÊ ÓÓ|ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ x "°*iÀiâÊ]£‡£Ê äÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê £Ê ä i`ˆ˜>Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä

iÛi>˜` £ VˆÃÌiÀÊ Ç |ÎÊ ÈÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê £ Ó ,°ˆÊ]ÎÊ |ÎÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ ä

°*iÀiâÊ7]ӇäÊ -]ӇnÊ £Ê ÓÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ äÊ £ "°*iÀiâÊ«ˆÌV…i`Ê̜ÊÎÊL>ÌÌiÀÃʈ˜Ê̅iʙ̅° i`ˆ˜>Ê«ˆÌV…i`Ê̜ʣÊL>ÌÌiÀʈ˜Ê̅iʙ̅° /pÓ\xx°Êp£Ç]xÇ{Ê­{Ó]Ó{£®°

>ÌiÊÀˆ`>ÞÊÃՓ“>ÀÞ 7…ˆÌiÊ-œÝÊÎ]ʘ}iÃÊä

…ˆV>}œÊ Ê

iÊâ>ÊVv‡vÊ ,“ÀâÊÃÃÊ ,ˆœÃÊÀvÊ œ˜iÀŽÊ`…Ê ° ՘˜Ê£LÊ 6ˆVˆi`œÊvÊ 7ˆÃiÊ«À‡VvÊ ««˜}ÀÊÓLÊ ˆ>ëˆÊÎLÊ

Ê Ê Ê Ê œÃʘ}iià >LÊÀÊ …ÊLˆÊ Ê >LÊÀÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ÞL>ÀÊÃÃÊ {Ê äÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ /ÀœÕÌÊVvÊ ÎÊ äÊ ÎÊ £Ê ÓÊ £Ê *ՍœÃÊ£LÊ {Ê äÊ {Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ /ÀՓœÊvÊ ÎÊ äÊ {Ê £Ê £Ê £Ê >“Ì˜ÊÀvÊ {Ê äÊ {Ê £Ê ÓÊ äÊ ˜`ÀVÊÓLÊÓÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ >>ëÊ`…ÊÎÊ äÊ {Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ œ˜}iÀÊVÊ ÓÊ äÊ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê £Ê >˜˜ÌÌÊ«…‡VÊ£Ê äÊ

œÜÀÃÊVÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ

ÎÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ ˆ“˜âÊÎLÊ ÎÊ äÊ £Ê ä ÎÓÊÎÊ nÊ ÎÊ /œÌ>ÃÊ Ó™ÊäÊ ÎÊ ä

…ˆV>}œÊ Ê £ääÊ äääÊ £ä£Ê pÊ Î œÃʘ}iiÃÊ Ê äääÊ äääÊ äääÊ pÊ ä pœÜiÀÃÊ­Ó®°Ê *p …ˆV>}œÊ£]ÊœÃʘ‡ }iiÃÊ £°Ê " p …ˆV>}œÊ {]Ê œÃÊ ˜}iiÃÊ x°Ê Ó p/ÀՓLœÊ ­£Ó®°Ê ,p,ˆœÃÊ ­£ä®]Ê ° ՘˜Ê ­£ä®°Ê- p/ÀœÕÌÊ­n®°Ê -p iÊâ>Ê­£®]Ê7ˆÃiÊ ­£®° Ê *Ê Ê ,Ê ,Ê Ê-"

…ˆV>}œ Ó ->iÊ7]x‡ÓÊ Ç |ÎÊ ÎÊ äÊ äÊ ÎÊ £Ó £ |ÎÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä

À>ˆ˜Ê]£ÓÊ °,ii`Ê-]£{‡£xÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ äÊ ä œÃʘ}iiÃ

°7ˆÃœ˜Ê]·ÎÊ ÇÊ ÈÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ Î ,ˆV…>À`ÃÊ ÓÊ ÓÊ £Ê £Ê äÊ ä /pÓ\{n°ÊpÎÇ]x{ÈÊ­{x]{nή°

*ÀœÊL>ÎiÌL> Ê«>ޜvvà iÃ̇œv‡Ç

"  , Ê-  ->ÌÕÀ`>Þ ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê£äÈ]Ê iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ™™]ʘ`ˆ>˜>Ê܈˜ÃÊ ÃiÀˆiÃÊ{‡Ó

"  , Ê /œ`>Þ i“«…ˆÃÊ>ÌÊ->˜Ê˜Ìœ˜ˆœ]ÊÓ\ÎäÊ«°“° /ÕiÃ`>Þ i“«…ˆÃÊ>ÌÊ->˜Ê˜Ìœ˜ˆœ]ÊnÊ«°“° 7i`˜iÃ`>Þ ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê>Ìʈ>“ˆ]ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“° Àˆ`>Þ ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê>Ìʈ>“ˆ]ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“° ->ÌÕÀ`>Þ ->˜Ê˜Ìœ˜ˆœÊ>ÌÊi“«…ˆÃ]ÊnÊ«°“°

*>ViÀÃÊ£äÈ]ʘˆVŽÃʙ™ 7Ê 9",Ê pÊ -…Õ“«iÀÌÊ È‡£äÊ Ó‡ÓÊ £™]Ê ˜Ì…œ˜ÞÊ£x‡Ó™Ên‡nÊΙ]Ê …>˜`iÀÊ£‡{Êä‡äÊÓ]Ê iÌœ˜Êä‡ÇÊӇÓÊÓ]Ê*Àˆ}ˆœ˜ˆÊӇÈÊä‡äÊÈ]Ê-“ˆÌ…Ê {‡£xÊx‡xÊ£x]Ê>À̈˜ÊӇÎÊ£‡£Êx]ʈ``Êä‡äÊä‡äÊ ä]Ê œ«i>˜`Ê·nÊä‡äʙ]Ê-̜Õ`i“ˆÀiÊ£‡ÎÊä‡äÊ Ó°Ê/œÌ>ÃÊÎ{‡nxÊ£n‡£nʙ™°   Ê pÊ iœÀ}iÊ ™‡£xÊ Î‡™Ê ÓÎ]Ê 7iÃÌÊ È‡£ÓÊ x‡ÈÊ £Ç]Ê ˆLLiÀÌÊ È‡£ÎÊ ™‡£ÓÊ Ó£]Ê ˆÊ Ӈ£äÊ Ç‡ÇÊ £Ó]Ê -Ìi«…i˜Ãœ˜Ê ™‡£ÎÊ Ç‡nÊ Óx]Ê /°>˜ÃLÀœÕ}…Ê ä‡äÊ ä‡äÊ ä]Ê Õ}ÕÃ̈˜Ê £‡ÓÊ ä‡äÊ Î]Ê 9œÕ˜}Ê £‡ÓÊ Î‡{Ê x]Ê >…ˆ˜“ˆÊ ä‡äÊ ä‡äÊ ä°Ê /œÌ>ÃÊÎ{‡ÈÇÊÎ{‡{ÈÊ£äÈ° iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ ÓÇÊ ÓäÊ Î{Ê £nÊ pÊ ™™ ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê Ó™Ê ÓÈÊ ÓÈÊ ÓxÊ pÊ£äÈ Î‡*œˆ˜ÌÊœ>Ãp iÜÊ9œÀŽÊ£Î‡ÎäÊ­-…Õ“«‡ iÀÌÊ x‡È]Ê œ«i>˜`Ê Î‡È]Ê *Àˆ}ˆœ˜ˆÊ Ӈx]Ê -“ˆÌ…Ê Ӈ™]Ê ˜Ì…œ˜ÞÊ £‡{®]Ê ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê {‡£xÊ ­iœÀ}iÊ Ó‡Î]ÊÕ}ÕÃ̈˜Ê£‡Ó]ʈÊ£‡È]Ê9œÕ˜}Ê䇣]Ê-Ìi‡ «…i˜Ãœ˜Êä‡Î®°ÊœÕi`Ê"ÕÌp>À̈˜]Ê-…Õ“«‡ iÀÌ]Ê …>˜`iÀ°Ê ,iLœÕ˜`Ãp iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ {xÊ ­-“ˆÌ…Ê £ä®]Ê ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê x£Ê ­ˆLLiÀÌÊ £Ó®°Ê Ç ÈÃÌÃp iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ £™Ê ­iÌœ˜]Ê *Àˆ}ˆœ˜ˆÊ È®]Ê ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê £ÇÊ ­7iÃÌ]Ê ˆ]Ê iœÀ}iÊ {®°Ê /œÌ>Ê œÕÃp iÜÊ 9œÀŽÊ Î{]Ê ˜`ˆ>˜>Ê £È°Ê /iV…˜ˆ‡ V>Ãp-“ˆÌ…°Êp£n]£ÈxÊ­£n]£Èx®°

œVŽiÞ -Ì>˜iÞÊ Õ«Ê«>ޜvvÃ

"  , Ê-  ­ iÃ̇œv‡Ç® ->ÌÕÀ`>Þ

iÌÀœˆÌÊ{]Ê …ˆV>}œÊ£]ÊÃiÀˆiÃÊ̈i`Ê£‡£ œÃʘ}iiÃÊ>ÌÊ->˜ÊœÃi]Ê­˜® /œ`>Þ °9°Ê,>˜}iÀÃÊ>ÌÊ œÃ̜˜]ÊÓÊ«°“° *ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…Ê>ÌÊ"ÌÌ>Ü>]ÊÈ\ÎäÊ«°“° œ˜`>Þ

…ˆV>}œÊ>ÌÊ iÌÀœˆÌ]ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“° /ÕiÃ`>Þ œÃ̜˜Ê>ÌÊ °9°Ê,>˜}iÀÃ]ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“° œÃʘ}iiÃÊ>ÌÊ->˜ÊœÃi]Ê£äÊ«°“° 7i`˜iÃ`>Þ *ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…Ê>ÌÊ"ÌÌ>Ü>°ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“° /…ÕÀÃ`>Þ œÃ̜˜Ê>ÌÊ °9°Ê,>˜}iÀÃ]ÊÇÊ«°“°

…ˆV>}œÊ>ÌÊ iÌÀœˆÌ]ÊnÊ«°“° ݇->˜ÊœÃiÊ>ÌÊœÃʘ}iiÃ]Ê£ä\ÎäÊ«°“° Àˆ`>Þ Ý‡"ÌÌ>Ü>Ê>ÌÊ*ˆÌÌÃLÕÀ}…]ÊÇ\ÎäÊ«°“°

Õ̜ÊÀ>Vˆ˜} -«Àˆ˜Ìʏ‡-Ì>ÀÊÀ>Vi ÌÊ …>ÀœÌÌiÊ œÌœÀÊ -«ii`Ü>ÞÆÊ œ˜VœÀ`]Ê ° °ÆÊ>«Êi˜}̅\Ê£°xʓˆià ­-Ì>ÀÌÊ«œÃˆÌˆœ˜Êˆ˜Ê«>Ài˜Ì…iÃiî £°Ê ­Ó®Ê >“ˆiÊ VÕÀÀ>Þ]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê {äÊ >«Ã]Ê£xäÊÀ>̈˜}]Êfxä]™£x° Ó°Ê­{®Ê,ˆVŽÞÊ-Ìi˜…œÕÃiÊÀ°]ÊœÀ`]Ê{ä]Ê£Óä]Ê f{ä]™£x° Î°Ê ­È®Ê ivvÊ ÕÀ̜˜]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê {ä]Ê ™Ç°Ó]Ê fÎÈ]È{ä° {°Ê­n®Ê*>ՏÊi˜>À`]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê{ä]Ê£äÓ°x]Ê fÎ{]x{ä° x°Ê­£®Ê>À̈˜Ê/ÀÕiÝÊÀ°]Ê/œÞœÌ>]Ê{ä]Ê££ä°n]Ê fÎÎ]x{ä° È°Ê ­Î®Ê Õ>˜Ê *>LœÊ œ˜ÌœÞ>]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê {ä]ʙn°È]ÊfΣ]x{ä° Ç°Ê ­£Ó®Ê ÀˆVÊ “ˆÀœ>]Ê œÀ`]Ê {ä]Ê nÇ]Ê fÎä]x{ä° n°Ê ­£n®Ê /À>ۈÃÊ Û>«ˆ]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê Çx°x]Ê fә]™{ä° ™°Ê ­Ç®Ê >˜ˆV>Ê *>ÌÀˆVŽ]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê {ä]Ê Çn°n]Êfә]{{ä° £ä°Ê ­x®Ê >ÃiÞÊ i>ÀÃ]Ê œÀ`]Ê {ä]Ê Çn°Î]Ê fә]£™ä° ££°Ê ­£È®Ê >ۈ`Ê ,iṎ“>˜˜]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê ÈÓ°Î]ÊfÓn]™£x° £Ó°Ê ­££®Ê œLLÞÊ >Lœ˜Ìi]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê ÈÓ°È]ÊfÓn]È{ä° £Î°Ê ­£{®Ê >ۈ`Ê ˆˆ>˜`]Ê œÀ`]Ê {ä]Ê Èx°{]Ê fÓn]Î™ä° £{°Ê ­£x®Ê ˆV…>iÊ V œÜi]Ê œÀ`]Ê {ä]Ê x£]ÊfÓn]Ó™ä° £x°Ê ­ÓÓ®Ê >ۈ`Ê -ÌÀi““i]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê {x°Ó]ÊfÓn]£™ä° £È°Ê ­£ä®Ê >˜`œ˜Ê >Ãȏ]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]Ê {ä]Ê {n°Ç]ÊfÓn]ä™ä° £Ç°Ê ­£Ç®Ê ˆŽiÊ ˆÃÃ]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê {ΰx]Ê fÓÇ]™™ä° £n°Ê ­Ó£®Ê œiÊ i“iV…iŽ]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê {ä]Ê Î{°x]ÊfÓÇ]n™ä° £™°Ê ­ÓÎ®Ê Àˆ>˜Ê iÃiœÜΈ]Ê /œÞœÌ>]Ê ÎÈ]Ê Ón°{]ÊfÓÇ]Ç™ä° Óä°Ê­™®Ê°°Ê9iiÞ]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]ʜÛiÀ…i>̈˜}]Ê ÓÇ]ÊxÓ°Î]ÊfÓÇ]È™ä° Ó£°Ê­£™®Ê >ÛiÊ >˜iÞ]Ê …iÛÀœiÌ]ÊLÀ>ŽiÃ]Ê Ó{]ÊÎÈ°x]ÊfÓÇ]xÈx° ÓÓ°Ê­£Î®Ê-VœÌÌÊ,ˆ}}Ã]ÊœÀ`]ÊۈLÀ>̈œ˜]Ê£x]Ê ÎÓ°Ó]ÊfÓÇ]{{ä° ÓΰʭÓä®Ê/ˆ““Þʈ]ÊœÀ`]ʜÛiÀ…i>̈˜}]ÊÈ]Ê Ón°x]ÊfÓÇ]ÎÎÈ°

œv ÞÀœ˜Ê iÃœ˜

…Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ £Ê äÊ £Ê äÊ äÊ äÊ

Lˆ ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä ä

ÌÊ /* Ê œÕÀÊ -i>ܘÃÊ ,iÜÀÌÆÊ Àۈ˜}]Ê /iÝ>ÃÆÊ 9>À`>}i\Ê Ç]£ÈÈÆÊ *>À\Ê ÇäÆÊ *ÕÀÃi\Ê fÈ°Çʓˆˆœ˜ /…ˆÀ`Ê,œÕ˜` ii}>˜Ê À>`iÞÊ Èä‡È™‡ÈnÊpÊ£™Çʇ£Î ->˜}‡œœ˜Ê >iÊ ÈȇÈȇÈÈÊpÊ£™nʇ£Ó /œ“ʈˆÃÊ È™‡È·ÈÇÊpÊ£™™Ê‡££ -VœÌÌÊ*ˆiÀVÞÊ ÈȇÈn‡ÈÈÊpÊÓääʇ£ä >ÀÞÊ7œœ`>˜`Ê È™‡Èx‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÓÊ ‡n >ÀÀˆÃÊ ˜}ˆÃ…Ê È{‡Çä‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÓÊ ‡n œ…˜ÊÕ…Ê È™‡È{‡È™ÊpÊÓäÓÊ ‡n

…>ÀÊ-V…Ü>ÀÌâiÊ È·Çä‡È™ÊpÊÓäÓÊ ‡n >̅>˜ÊÀii˜Ê ÈLJÈn‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÎÊ ‡Ç

Daily Corinthian • 11A

°°Ê*œˆ˜ÌÃÊ >ÀViÊ-ˆi“Ê >À̈˜Ê>ޓiÀÊ À>…>“Ê i>iÌÊ ˜}iÊ >LÀiÀ>Ê /i`Ê*œÌÌiÀ]ÊÀ°Ê iÀÀÞÊiÞÊ

>“iÀœ˜Ê*iÀVÞÊ >ÀVÊiˆÃ…“>˜Ê

°°ÊiiÊ ÕÃ̈˜Ê œˆÊ 7ˆˆ>“ÊVˆÀÌÊ

…>ÀiÃÊœÜiÊÊ ˆ““ÞÊ7>ŽiÀÊ

…>ÀiÞÊœvv“>˜Ê >“iÃÊ ÀˆÃVœÊ

>“ˆœÊ6ˆi}>ÃÊ >À̈˜ÊœÀiÃÊ >Ü˜Ê >ÞÊ -Ìi«…i˜Ê“iÃÊ ,Þ>˜Ê*>“iÀÊ œÀ}>˜Êœvv“>˜˜Ê œ…˜Ê >ÞÊ Ài``ˆiÊ>VœLÜ˜Ê -ÌiÛiÊ>Àˆ˜œÊ Àˆ>˜Ê>À“>˜Ê œÕˆÃÊ"œÃ̅Ոâi˜Ê œiÊ"}ˆÛˆiÊ ,ޜÊňŽ>Ü>Ê

…iâÊ,i>ۈiÊ ÕÃ̈˜ÊˆVŽÃÊ -ÌÕ>ÀÌÊ««iLÞÊ ÀˆŽÊ œ“«Ìœ˜Ê >Ü˜Ê Õv˜iÀÊ ˆV…>iÊ À>`iÞÊ ivvÊ"ÛiÀ̜˜Ê œ…˜Ê,œˆ˜ÃÊ >ÀÞÊ …ÀˆÃ̈>˜Ê i˜ÀˆŽÊ œÀ>˜`iÀÊ 7ˆÊ >Ý̜˜Ê

ÕvvÞÊ7>`œÀvÊ >Ü˜Ê œ…˜Ê ,œÀÞÊ->LL>̈˜ˆÊ Ài˜`œ˜Ê/œ``Ê />}Ê,ˆ`ˆ˜}ÃÊ >ÌÌÊ iÌÌi˜VœÕÀÌÊ

œÌʘœÃÌÊ <>VŽÊˆÃV…iÀÊ ,ˆVŽÞÊ >À˜iÃÊ ˜`ÀiÜÊ-ۜLœ`>Ê i˜Ê À>˜iÊ ˆŽiÊ7iˆÀÊ i˜˜ÞÊ*iÀÀÞÊ

>ۈ`Ê>̅ˆÃÊ œÀ`>˜Ê-«ˆiÌ…Ê 7iÃÊ-…œÀÌ]ÊÀ°Ê >ÌÌÊÕV…>ÀÊ iÝ>˜`ÀiÊ,œV…>Ê ÕÃ̈˜Êiœ˜>À`Ê -VœÌÌÊ>˜}iÞÊ

…>ÀˆiÊ i>˜Ê -i՘}‡9ÕÊ œ…Ê *>`À>ˆ}Ê>ÀÀˆ˜}̜˜Ê

ș‡Èn‡ÈÇÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È Èn‡Èn‡ÈnÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È Èn‡ÈLJșÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È ÈLJÈLJÇäÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È Èx‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È È{‡Çä‡ÇäÊpÊÓä{Ê ‡È ș‡Çä‡ÈÈÊpÊÓäxÊ ‡x Èn‡Èn‡È™ÊpÊÓäxÊ ‡x ÈȇÇä‡È™ÊpÊÓäxÊ ‡x Èn‡È™‡È™ÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ș‡È™‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Èn‡È™‡È™ÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ÈLJș‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Èn‡Èn‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Èn‡Èn‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ÈLJÇӇÈÇÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Èx‡Çä‡Ç£ÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ÈLJÈn‡Ç£ÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ÇӇÈn‡ÈÈÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ÈLJÈn‡Ç£ÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Èx‡Èn‡ÇÎÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ ș‡Ç£‡ÈÈÊpÊÓäÈÊ ‡{ Ç£‡ÈȇÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Èn‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Èn‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Èn‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î ÈLJÇä‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Èn‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Ç£‡Èn‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î ș‡ÈLJǣÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î ș‡Çä‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î ș‡Çä‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î ÇӇÈ·ÇÓÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Çä‡Çä‡ÈÇÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡Î Èn‡Çä‡ÇäÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó Èn‡Çä‡ÇäÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó Ç{‡È{‡ÇäÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó ș‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó Ç£‡ÈLJÇäÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó ÈȇÇ·șÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó Èn‡ÈLJÇÎÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó Ç£‡Èn‡È™ÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó ș‡Ç£‡ÈnÊpÊÓänÊ ‡Ó ș‡Èn‡ÇÓÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Èn‡Çä‡Ç£ÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Ç·È{‡ÇÓÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Èn‡Çä‡Ç£ÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Ç·Èx‡Ç£ÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Èn‡Ç£‡ÇäÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ ș‡Çä‡ÇäÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ ÈLJș‡ÇÎÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Èn‡Èn‡ÇÎÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Ç£‡È™‡È™ÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡£ Çä‡ÈLJÇÎÊpÊÓ£äÊ È™‡Èn‡ÇÎÊpÊÓ£äÊ Èn‡Ç£‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ£äÊ È™‡Çä‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ£äÊ ÈLJÈn‡ÇxÊpÊÓ£äÊ Çä‡Çä‡ÇäÊpÊÓ£äÊ Ç£‡È™‡ÇäÊpÊÓ£äÊ Çä‡È™‡ÇÓÊpÊÓ££Ê ³£ Èn‡Ç£‡ÇÓÊpÊÓ££Ê ³£ Çä‡Çä‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ££Ê ³£

*ÊœLˆiÊ >Þ ÌÊ,œLiÀÌÊ/Ài˜ÌÊœ˜iÃÊœvÊ/À>ˆ]Ê>}˜œˆ>Ê ÀœÛi]Ê /…iÊ ÀœÃȘ}ÃÆÊ œLˆi]Ê >°ÆÊ 9>À`‡ >}i\ÊÈ]xÓ£ÆÊ*>À\ÊÇÓÆÊ*ÕÀÃi\Êf£°Óʓˆˆœ˜ /…ˆÀ`Ê,œÕ˜`

…i>Ê …œˆÊ ÈLJÈȇÈÈÊpÊ£™™Ê ‡£Ç ˜˜>Ê œÀ`µÛˆÃÌÊ Ç·ÈȇȣÊpÊÓääʇ£È iÃÈV>ÊœÀ`>Ê ÈȇÈx‡È™ÊpÊÓääʇ£È >ÀÀˆiÊ7iLLÊ È™‡È·șÊpÊÓä£Ê‡£x i˜˜ˆviÀÊœ…˜Ãœ˜Ê ÈLJÇä‡ÈxÊpÊÓäÓʇ£{ -Ì>VÞÊi܈ÃÊ Çä‡Çä‡ÈÎÊpÊÓäÎʇ£Î -Þ`˜iiʈV…>iÃÊ ÇӇÈӇșÊpÊÓäÎʇ£Î ՘‡iiÊˆÊ Èx‡ÇӇÈÇÊpÊÓä{ʇ£Ó ˆVœiÊ >ÃÌÀ>iÊ ÈLJș‡ÈnÊpÊÓä{ʇ£Ó ÀˆÞ>ÊÕÌ>˜Õ}>À˜Ê ș‡ÈȇșÊpÊÓä{ʇ£Ó i݈Ê/…œ“«Ãœ˜Ê Èx‡Çä‡È™ÊpÊÓä{ʇ£Ó >Àˆ>œÊ1ÀˆLiÊ Çä‡ÈLJÈnÊpÊÓäxʇ££ *œÀ˜>˜œ˜}Ê*…>ÌÕ“Ê È™‡Èx‡Ç£ÊpÊÓäxʇ££ ii˜>ÊiiÊ Çä‡Ç£‡ÈxÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä ՏˆiÌ>ÊÀ>˜>`>Ê È™‡Çä‡ÈÇÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä iiÊ9œÕ˜}Ê*>ÀŽÊ ÈLJǣ‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä i>ÌÀˆâÊ,iV>ÀˆÊ Èn‡Çä‡ÈnÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä ˆÞ>ˆÊ-…ˆ˜Ê ÇӇÈȇÈnÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä iiÊÞ՘}Ê-iœÊ Èn‡Èn‡ÇäÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä /…ˆ`>«>Ê-ÕÜ>˜˜>«ÕÀ>Ê ÈLJÈLJÇÓÊpÊÓäÈʇ£ä ˆÃœ˜Ê7>Ã…iÊ È™‡ÇӇÈÈÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡™ >̅iÀˆ˜iÊՏ‡ˆÀŽÊ ș‡È™‡È™ÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡™ ˆ˜Ê9œÕ˜}Ê*>ŽÊ Çä‡ÈLJÇäÊpÊÓäÇÊ ‡™ >˜iÊ*>ÀŽÊ Ç·ș‡ÈÈÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n >̈iÊ ÕÀ˜iÌÌÊ Ç·Èn‡ÈÇÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n œÀˆiÊ>˜iÊ ÇӇș‡ÈÇÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n i˜˜ÞÊ-…ˆ˜Ê Ç£‡Çä‡ÈÇÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n ˆÃ>ÊV œÃŽiÞÊ È™‡Èn‡Ç£ÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n ˆ“Ê7iV…Ê Çä‡ÈLJǣÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n iVŽÞÊœÀ}>˜Ê Ç£‡Èx‡ÇÓÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n ˆ˜>Ê>Àˆ}>iÊ ÈLJÈn‡ÇÎÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n â>…>À>Ê՘œâÊ Ç£‡È{‡ÇÎÊpÊÓänÊ ‡n

…ˆiÊÀˆ“ÕÀ>Ê ÇӇÇӇÈxÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡Ç >Àˆ˜iÊV…iÀÊ Ç·Èn‡ÈnÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡Ç ˆÌÃՎˆÊ>Ì>…ˆÀ>Ê Ç£‡Çä‡ÈnÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡Ç i˜˜ˆviÀÊ,œÃ>iÃÊ Ç£‡Èn‡ÇäÊpÊÓä™Ê ‡Ç 6iÀœ˜ˆV>ÊiˆLiÀÌÊ Çä‡Ç·ÈÇÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È -՘Ê9œÕ˜}Ê9œœÊ Ç·ș‡ÈnÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È

œÀˆÊ >ÀÌiÀÊ Èn‡ÇӇÇäÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È ÀˆÃÌÞÊV*…iÀÜ˜Ê ș‡Ç£‡ÇäÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È “iˆ>Êi܈ÃÊ Èn‡Ç£‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È œÊ>À̈˜Ê Çä‡È™‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È ˜}i>Ê-Ì>˜vœÀ`Ê Ç£‡Èn‡Ç£ÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È -Õiʈ“Ê Ç£‡ÈLJÇÓÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È ˆVœiÊ-“ˆÌ…Ê ș‡È™‡ÇÓÊpÊÓ£äÊ ‡È

ˆÃV° /À>˜Ã>V̈œ˜Ã -  “iÀˆV>˜Êi>}Õi /", Ê "," -p*ÕÀV…>Ãi`Ê Ì…iÊ Vœ˜ÌÀ>VÌÊ œvÊ ,*Ê >ˆÀÊ ÕÀÀi˜ÃÊ vÀœ“Ê œÀvœŽÊ ­®°Ê"«Ìˆœ˜i`Ê,*ʏiÝÊ ÕÀ˜iÌÌÊÌœÊ œÀvœŽ°Ê *>Vi`Ê "Ê œ>˜Ê ,iˆ“œ`Ê œ˜Ê ̅iÊ £x‡`>ÞÊ

°Ê ,iV>i`Ê ,*Ê >ŽiÊ ÀÀˆiÌ>Ê vÀœ“Ê œÀ‡ vœŽ°Ê /À>˜ÃviÀÀi`Ê Ó Ê Àˆ>˜Ê ,œLiÀÌÃÊ ÌœÊ Ì…iÊ Èä‡`>ÞÊ ° 7Ê9",Ê9  -pVµÕˆÀi`Ê Ê,iˆ`Ê Àˆ}˜>VÊvÀœ“Ê̅iÊ œœÀ>`œÊvœÀÊV>Å°Ê iÈ}‡ ˜>Ìi`Ê--ʏLiÀ̜Êœ˜â>iâÊvœÀÊ>ÃÈ}˜“i˜Ì° " Ê / / -pV̈Û>Ìi`Ê "Ê

…ÀˆÃÊ 9œÕ˜}Ê vÀœ“Ê ̅iÊ £x‡`>ÞÊ °Ê iÈ}‡ ˜>Ìi`Ê£ Ê >ÀˆVÊ >À̜˜ÊvœÀÊ>ÃÈ}˜“i˜Ì° >̈œ˜>Êi>}Õi / /Ê ,6 -p *>Vi`Ê *Ê ÀˆVÊ "½>…iÀÌÞʜ˜Ê̅iÊ£x‡`>ÞÊ °Ê >i`ÊÕ«Ê,*Ê

œÀÞÊ,>ÓÕÃÊvÀœ“Ê܈˜˜iÌÌÊ­®°

  /Ê , -p"«Ìˆœ˜i`Ê *Ê /œ˜ÞÊ

ˆ˜}À>˜ˆÊ̜ʜՈÃۈiÊ­®°Ê,iV>i`Ê Ê iv‡ Ì>ˆÊ-œÌœÊvÀœ“ʜՈÃۈi° -/°Ê "1-Ê ,  -p*>Vi`Ê *Ê >ˆ‡ “iÊ>ÀVˆ>ʜ˜Ê̅iÊ£x‡`>ÞÊ °Ê,iV>i`Ê,*Ê ˆÌV…iÊ œ}}ÃÊvÀœ“Êi“«…ˆÃÊ­* ®° - Ê  "Ê * , -pV̈Û>Ìi`Ê "Ê >À‡ œÃÊ+Õi˜Ìˆ˜ÊvÀœ“Ê«>ÌiÀ˜ˆÌÞʏi>Ûi°Ê"«Ìˆœ˜i`Ê ,*Ê À>`Ê À>V…Ê̜Ê/ÕVܘʭ* ®° - Ê, - "Ê /-p,iV>i`Ê,*Ê i>˜Ê >V…ˆÊ vÀœ“Ê ÀiØœÊ ­* ®°Ê "«Ìˆœ˜i`Ê  ‡"Ê ÀiÌÌÊ*ˆÊ̜ÊÀi؜° ""/  >̈œ˜>ÊœœÌL>Êi>}Õi

 "Ê ,-p}Àii`Ê ÌœÊ ÌiÀ“ÃÊ ÜˆÌ…Ê ÊޏiÊœ˜}ʜ˜Ê>ÊvœÕÀ‡Þi>ÀÊVœ˜ÌÀ>VÌ° - Ê  "Ê , ,-p}ÀÀi`Ê̜ÊÌiÀ“ÃÊ ÜˆÌ…Ê Ê Üˆ}…ÌÊÀii˜iÞʜ˜Ê>ÊÌܜ‡Þi>ÀÊVœ˜‡ ÌÀ>VÌ° "  9 >̈œ˜>ÊœVŽiÞÊi>}Õi p ˆ˜i`Ê Ì…iÊ ->˜Ê œÃiÊ -…>ÀŽÃÊ f£ää]äääÊ vœÀÊ «ÕLˆVÊ Vœ““i˜ÌÃÊ LÞÊ i˜‡ iÀ>Ê>˜>}iÀÊ œÕ}Ê7ˆÃœ˜Ê«iÀÌ>ˆ˜ˆ˜}Ê̜Ê̅iÊ ÃÕëi˜Ãˆœ˜ÊœvÊ-…>ÀŽÃÊÊ,>vvˆÊ/œÀÀið

"  ,-/," Ê /  / Ê -// p˜‡ ˜œÕ˜Vi`Ê̅iÊÀiÈ}˜>̈œ˜ÊœvÊL>ÃiL>ÊVœ>V…Ê œiÊ ,œLiÀÌÃ°Ê >“i`Ê >Û>ˆ˜Ê ՏLiÀÜ˜Ê ˆ˜ÌiÀˆ“ÊL>ÃiL>ÊVœ>V…°

/ / "" p >“i`Ê 7iÃÊ œ˜}Ê “i˜½ÃÊ>ÃÈÃÌ>˜ÌÊL>ÎiÌL>ÊVœ>V…° *- " p >“i`Ê >ÃiÞÊ iÝ>˜`iÀÊ “i˜½ÃÊL>ÎiÌL>ÊVœ>V…°

GRIZZLIES CONTINUED FROM 10A

advantage of it.” The Grizzlies are the former expansion franchise that started off in Vancouver before moving to Memphis, and they started by setting the NBA record for postseason futility while losing their first 12 playoff games. Coach Lionel Hollins, who won an NBA title in 1977 as a player with Portland, has his Grizzlies believing they can win one, too. The No. 5 seed in the

West ousted first the Clippers, then the Thunder by winning eight of its last nine games, including three of four on the road. “We’re just worried about going forward,” Grizzlies guard Mike Conley said. “We’re happy to be here, but we’re still focused on bigger things, and we got another tough opponent.” That would be the Spurs with Tim Duncan, Parker and Manu Ginobili who swept the Grizzlies out of their first postseason in 2004. When Memphis

finally won a postseason series, they beat the Spurs in six games in 2011, kicking off that series by winning the first game in San Antonio. Ginobili said the Spurs were not at their best that series and struggled to stop the Grizzlies’ big men in Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph. “We started with the wrong foot, we lost the first one and they got stronger and confident, and that’s how they beat us,” Ginobili said. This conference final

pits Southwest Division rivals, with the Spurs as the dominating big brother with their four NBA championships and the fifth-best all-time winning percentage in the league since this franchise moved to the NBA in 1976. No coach and player have more postseason games than San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich and Duncan with 200 over 16 seasons. The Spurs clinched the No. 2 seed in the West winning just two more

games than the Grizzlies. This should be a defensive showdown between teams built around big men with Memphis countering Duncan with 7-foot1 Gasol and Randolph down low. Memphis held teams to an NBA-low 89.3 points during the regular season, and the Spurs tied for third in defensive efficiency. The Grizzlies also were second defending the 3, which could slow down Parker and Ginobili. “Finding ways to score

is going to be very difficult,” Popovich said. “Just playing against their defense is enough of a concern right off the bat.” Hollins said beauty will be in the eye of the beholder for this series. “Some people think it’s ugly, some people think it’s beautiful,” Hollins said. “I don’t know. Don’t really care.” Home court mattered during the regular season as these teams split with each winning on their own floor.


12A â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Telemarketing scams appeal to emotion

Staff photo by Steve Beavers

Sunny drive at the park Selmer Elementary School second grader Will Johnson navigates a turn while on a field trip to Crossroads Regional Park.

Crum chosen as student of the month Keri Anniece Crum, the daughter of Jeniece Davis and Paul Crum, was named the May Rotary Student of the Month representing the Alcorn School District. She is a senior at Kossuth High School, where she is Valedictorian in her class of 101 seniors with a 4.0 GPA and has scored a 31 on the ACT. Throughout high school, she has been a member of various clubs and organizations including the National FFA Organization, Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, Interact Club, Math and Science Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Kossuth High School Mentoring Club, Tobacco Free Coalition, National Guild Association for Piano Players, KHS Art Club, and an active member of Kossuth Baptist Church. Currently, she serves as President of the National FFA Organization, Treasurer of the

Math and Science Club, Secretary of the Kossuth Art Club, Assistant Awanas Teacher, and serves as a Kossuth High School Mentor. She has earned the Geometry Award, Concepts of Agriculture Award, All A Honor Roll, Algebra II Award, Trigonometry Award, Government Award, Chemistry Award, AP US History Award, Woodmen of the World US History Award, Discrete Mathematics Award, and Animal Science Award. Keri Scored perfect on the Biology Subject Area Test and advanced on the English II and US History State Tests. Keri attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference and was voted Most Likely to Succeed and FFA Sweetheart. After graduation from Kossuth High School as a Crum Mississippi Scholar, Crum plans on attending the ed into the Honors College, University of Mississippi, majoring in Mathematwhere she has been accept- ics following the Pre-Med

track. One day, she hopes to work as a medical missionary.

Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve just settled down to eat dinner, when the phone rings. The voice on the line addresses you by name and says your credit history or career qualifies you for a special investment opportunity. Or maybe they want you to give to a charity. All you have to do, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re told, is supply the caller with some information â&#x20AC;Ś financial information. Hang up, and return to your dinner. Telemarketing scammers like to appeal to your emotion â&#x20AC;&#x201C; be it fear, sympathy or even greed â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and pressure you to act quickly before youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve thought through their premise. Here are some tips to help make sure you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get swindled by fraudsters: Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t give your credit card, bank account or Social Security number to unknown callers. Get all information in writing before you agree to buy something. Check out the charity before you give. Ask how much of your donation actually goes to the charity. Ask that written information be sent to you so you can make up your mind later. You may check charity registrations at Tennesseeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Secretary of Stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office by visiting http://www.tn.gov/ sos/charity/co-info. htm or calling 615-7412555. Reject pressure to invest your money with an unknown caller. If the solicitation is for an investment, check with the Tennes-

see Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) Securities Division at 1-800-863-9117 or Securities.1@tn.gov, to see if the investment and seller are properly registered. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t send cash by messenger or by overnight mail. If you use cash instead of a credit card, you might lose your right to dispute fraud. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t agree to any offer where you have to pay for a â&#x20AC;&#x153;registrationâ&#x20AC;? or â&#x20AC;&#x153;shipping feeâ&#x20AC;? to receive a prize or gift. If you have to pay, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a purchase â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not a prize or gift. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t confirm your account information over the phone or by email. Some callers have your billing information before they call you. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re trying to get you to say â&#x20AC;&#x153;okayâ&#x20AC;? so they can claim you approved a charge. Check out unsolicited offers with TDCIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Consumer Affairs Division before you agree to send money. Beware of offers to â&#x20AC;&#x153;helpâ&#x20AC;? you recover money you may have lost previously. Be wary of callers saying they are law enforcement officers who will help you get your money back â&#x20AC;&#x153;for a fee.â&#x20AC;? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be afraid to say â&#x20AC;&#x153;no, thanksâ&#x20AC;? and hang up the phone. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want a business to call you again, tell them. If they continue to call, report them to the Federal Trade Commission or the Federal Communications Commission.

Reintroduce Yourself to Homemade Tastes. CLASSIC OLD STYLE IRON SKILLET COOKING

Monday-Friday 11:00am-4:00pm Full Lunch Unlimited Sides $5.99 Unlimited Sides with choice of Grandmotherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s meat $6.99 602 South Cass Street â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-2323

...We Have a Financing Solution for Yours

When the work is done, there is nothing quite like having your own space to stretch out and relax for a while. Hunting land, home sites with acreage, or just a place in the country to get away from it all... we have a plan for you.

Give Us A Call, Stop By Our OfďŹ ce, or Ask A Friend.

     


1B • Daily Corinthian

History

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Another unique mascot – old ‘Douglas’ the camel Last week we had a talk sion of William H. Harabout Old Abe the war ea- grove, a well-to-do plantgle, the mascot of the 8th er in Lowndes County, Wisconsin Infantry. Mississippi. Mascots are a subject Don’t ask me how. we can discuss over and In the spring of 1862, over without ever repeat- Hargrove was commising ourselves. sioned as a junior ofI once gave a program ficer in Company B of to Pickwick Southside El- the 43rd Mississippi Inementary about Civil War fantry, a new regiment mascots. I figured commanded by the kids would get Colonel William bored if I showed Hudson Moore of them all the endAberdeen. Harless pictures of grove gave the the dog mascots camel to the coloand believe me, nel as a present. there were plenty for fun Tom I Just of them. I went for looked up the Parson etiquette for givthe unusual and told them about the ing a gift to your Park Ranger stranger regimental boss. Office promascots like an ox, tocol calls for a badger, a donkey and a gifts that are simple and bear. A dog makes sense, professional -- calendars, but what kind of a lunatic pens and pencils, photo brings a bear into camp as frames, maybe a potted a mascot? plant. Camels, surprisUh, that would be the ingly, are not on the list. 12th Wisconsin Infantry. Colonel Moore accepted I kid you not. They had the big animal and turned a 300-pound black bear it over to the regimental named Bruin that they band and they used Dougbrought with them to las to carry their gear Missouri. I suppose if you while on the march. All were in trouble with the the soldiers loved the idea sergeant, it was your duty of such a unique mascot, to find food for the bear! but of course, there was a Of course, those of you downside. who have been coming to The old problem of the Grand Illumination horses getting along with of Corinth these past five camels became an isyears have seen another sue when the horses got unique Civil War mascot spooked whenever he was -- Douglas the Camel. around. The only horse At the risk of repeating which seemed unaffectmyself, what kind of lu- ed by the beast was Col. natic brings a camel into Moore’s little bay stallion, camp? It’s a great story. Pompey. But I warn you, it has a The issue of camel vs. sad ending. horse came to head durIn 1855 Secretary of ing the Iuka Campaign as War Jefferson Davis, who Gen. Price’s army was on later became President of the march in North Misthe Confederacy, initiat- sissippi. One evening a ed the U.S. Camel Corps soldier tied his horse to a in the southwest. There split rail fence and all was were 75 camels in the peaceful until Douglas project and they ranged sauntered by. The horse from Texas all the way simply went nuts. It boltto California. Along with ed and ran off with the these “Ships of the Des- long wooden rail still tied ert” came an experienced to its halter, and instead handler, Hadji Ali, or as of running away from he was better known, Hi camp, the panicked horse Jolly. The great experi- ran right through the enment, however, was aban- campment. doned after a mere five It was pure bedlam. years. The rail knocked over The big critters adapted men, campfires, tents, well to the climate, but everything. There were a could not play nice with number of other horses the army’s horses and tied up in camp and in a mules. It turns out they moment they were panwere kind of mean and icked too and running in every direction. hard to get along with. Eventually calm was About the time the war broke out, the camels restored, and over the were adopted as pets by course of the campaign, the unit’s officers or re- the horses became used leased into the wild. It was to the strange looking aninot unusual to see camels mal in the band camp. Douglas was in our wandering the southwest and the last sighting of a neighborhood during the Camel Corps descendant Battle of Corinth, but he didn’t do anything of parwas in 1941. Douglas, a one-hump ticular interest. This was Dromedary, somehow not the case for the 43rd ended up in the posses- Mississippi Infantry.

This is the only known photo of the U.S. Camel Corps. Taken at Drum Barracks in San Pedro, Calif., there is a 1 in 75 chance that this is Old Douglas.

Doug Baum (at left with drum) of the Texas Camel Corps has brought Richard the reenacting camel to Corinth to portray Douglas. On the morning of Oct. 4, Col. Moore was advanced to the command of the brigade. The men were all from Mississippi and Missouri and it was their lot to charge the Union lines near where the First Baptist Church is today. They actually broke through the enemy lines, passed through the town, and made it as far as the railroad crossing. It was here that Col. Moore was mortally wounded. He died a few days later in the hands of the Federals. Old Douglas remained with his friends in the 43rd Mississippi, though he picked up the nickname “Price’s Camel,” and sort of became the mascot for the whole Army of the West. The tale comes to end on the east bank of the Mississippi River in the

city of Vicksburg. The Confederate army was besieged inside the earthworks surrounding the river city and Douglas was with them. One day while he was grazing a bullet hit Douglas and he slumped to the ground, “with a piteous, almost human moan.” One source says he was hit by a stray bullet during a skirmish while another story claims he was deliberately shot by a number of Union sharpshooters. But there is more to the story… The folks inside Vicksburg, both soldiers and civilians, were close to starving. Food was at a premium and some people had resorted to capturing and eating rats. Yuck. When I was overseas with the Navy I once ate

a camel burger. It wasn’t too bad. Apparently the soldiers of the 43rd Mississippi shared a similar recipe. Douglas was consumed from nose to tail and when the city finally fell to the Union the new occupants found a pile of well picked over camel bones. The soldiers in blue knew all about “Price’s Camel” and some local entrepreneur came up with the bright idea of making rings out of the bones. Soon everyone just had to have a camel ring and they were sold at a reasonable rate. Eventually the demand surpassed the supply and some cad substituted beef bones and the brisk trade in “camel” rings continued. Old Douglas was a good and patriotic camel and he was not forgotten. A

headstone was erected at Vicksburg’s Cedar Hill Cemetery, a replica of the Confederate headstones with the pointed top. He isn’t really there, of course, but next time you are in Vicksburg you can stop by and pay your respects to the only Confederate camel. Oh, and by the way. The whole thing about camels being mean and hard to get along with -- I can attest to that. Back in the Korean War my Pop was stationed in North Africa and one of those beasts chased him across the Moroccan desert. Ah, but that is another camel tale for another war. (Tom Parson is a National Park Service ranger at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center. His columns appear on Sunday.)

Tishomingo’s first doctor practiced through many disasters (The following infor- Chicago, Ill., specializing mation was obtained in general surgery. For in part from “Tishom- three years, Dr. Waldrep ingo County Agricultural served as a resident proHigh School: A History,” fessor of surgery at the authored by W. R. Net- Northwestern School of Medicine. tles.) According to The first doca story that was tor in Tishomingo handed down, Dr. was Dr. Noonan Waldrep visited Cayce Waldrep the Frank Burns who established farm in the Mingo a practice about community about 1908. In 1908, the nearest hospitals RaNae seven miles west were at Booneville Vaughn of Tishomingo in 1905. It was there and Corinth, MisHistorically he met Frank’s sissippi. BoonevSpeaking daughter, Carrie, ille was 30 miles and declared his from Tishomingo by road, and Corinth was intentions to marry her. located 40 miles away by Dr. Waldrep and Carrie Burns were married in railroad. Dr. Waldrep was born 1906. Carrie refused to reDec. 21, 1876, in Itawam- turn to Chicago with him ba County, about four so he established his first miles from Tremont. Fol- practice in a small home lowing his education in across the road from the a local school called Old Burns home. In 1908, with the estabOakland, he graduated from the Louisville, Ky, lishment of the railroad, School of Medicine and Dr. and Mrs. Waldrep the Northwestern Univer- moved to Tishomingo sity School of Medicine in where he practiced medi-

In the first 10 years of his practice, he used a horse or buggy for transportation. cine until his death on August 19, 1957. Harold Dayton Waldrep, an older brother and also a graduate of Northwestern University, joined the practice in its first year. He met an untimely death in the storm which destroyed a major part of Tishomingo on March 13, 1913. One other casualty of the storm was a salesman, R. C. Edmonson, a victim of the same building collapse as Dayton Waldrep. Dr. and Mrs. Noonan Waldrep had a son, Harold Cayce Waldrep, that was delivered on Oct. 16, 1912, by Dr. Harold Dayton Waldrep. This was to be the only child of Dr. and Mrs. Noonan Waldrep. Dr. Noonan Waldrep was licensed in Missis-

sippi, Alabama, and Tennessee to practice general medicine and surgery. He worked on a seven-day-aweek schedule following a general pattern of office visits in the day time and house visits at night. In the first 10 years of his practice, he used a horse or buggy for transportation. The introduction of the automobile and better roads greatly expanded his territory of service. It has been reported that he performed a home delivery of over 3,000 babies and set countless broken bones. The cost of a delivery was $25 in the early years. After the big fire of 1918, Carrie Waldrep bought the drug store which included sufficient building space for Dr. Waldrep to establish his office and labora-

tory in the back. Many former patients will remember going by the soda fountain, with its delicious milk shakes, into the hall lined with 5-gallon glass jugs filled with a variety of liquid chemicals which we assumed went into the mixture for prescriptions which came at the end of each office visit. Dr. Waldrep refused retirement and continued working after a heart attack. On Aug. 18, 1957, he saw 40 patients in his office. He then visited a patient near Pickwick on the Tennessee River, and returned to Tishomingo which was a trip of over 50 miles. After returning to Tishomingo, Dr. Waldrep collapsed and was rushed to the Iuka Hospital where he died the next day. Carrie Burns Waldrep died on Feb. 9, 1951. They are both buried in the Tishomingo Cemetery. The Waldrep family survived the great flu epidemic of 1918 unlike

many who did not. Dr. and Mrs. Waldrep were both confined to bed for three weeks whereas their five-year-old son, Harold, was very sick for two weeks. Dr. Wheeler, the only other doctor in town, attended to the family. Harold remembered that the medicine was quinine, turpentine, and castor oil. Food was a major problem for none of the family members were able to get out of bed. Neighbors, who were able, would not visit due to a universal fear of catching the disease. Fortunately, Frank Burns, father of Mrs. Carrie Waldrep, had moved nearby and had a cook who prepared food and dropped it off at the door. (Daily Corinthian columnist RaNae Vaughn is board member and in charge of marketing and publications for the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 203, Iuka, MS 38852.)


Outdoors

2B • Daily Corinthian

Sunday, May 19, 2013

MDWFP provides outdoor updates for sportsmen The Mississippi De- public, it is scheduled to partment of Wildlife, re-open in 2015, which Fisheries, and Parks re- will allow the bass adcently released a wealth of equate time to establish a strong and healthy information that’s population. bound to be of in“Florida-strain terest to most, if largemouth bass not all, sportsmen. are typically more In the latest anaggressive and nouncement, wildgrow larger than life officials said northern-strain that over 100,000 David largemouth bass” fingerling FloridaGreen said MDWFP Fishstrain largemouth eries Biologist Tywere recently Outdoors ler Stubbs.” stocked into Bay The goal of the Springs Lake, Lock C on the Tennessee-Tom- Florida-strain bass stockbigbee Waterway and into ings is to help improve fishing quality.” Lake Lamar Bruce. The MDWFP has The fingerling bass were said to have been stocked over 300,000 reared at the MDWFP’s Florida bass in Bay Turcotte Fish Hatchery Springs and Lock C since 2008. And in addition to near Canton. Bay Springs and Lock C largemouth bass, Lake are popular bass fishing Lamar Bruce near Saltillo destinations among tour- has been stocked with nament and recreational bluegill, redear, catfish, golden shiners, and grass anglers. Though Lake Lamar carp. May and bream fishBruce is still under renovation and closed to the ing go hand in hand, and

according to MDWFP fisheries biologist Tyler Stubbs, the bream bite has really started to heat up. “Bream begin to move into their shallow spawning locations when the water temperature approaches 70 degrees. That’s where most lakes in this region are now,” said Tyler. Bream nest in colonies of circular depressions in shallow water when they spawn. These areas resemble a honeycomb, making bream beds easy to find. “Most anglers are catching bream now using crickets or redworms on the bottom or under a cork in two to six feet of water,” Stubbs added. The bream bite on Elvis Presley Lake, Trace State Park Lake, and Tippah County Lake is hot at the moment. Many anglers are reporting catching fish over

a pound. A two pound Redear was reported taken from Tippah County Lake, which is the home of the state record Redear sunfish that officially weighed 3.33 pounds. Other popular bream lakes in the region such as Lake Lowndes State Park, Lake Monroe, and Tombigee State Park have been a little slower to start, but as conditions improve, so will the fishing. In a separate and unrelated development, not long ago the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks made its 2012 Deer Report available online for viewing at www.mdwfp. com/deer. The backbone of the annual report comes from data collected by thousands of Magnolia State hunters who participate in the Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP), with the purpose of consolidating

all deer-related data and presenting it in a way that will be beneficial for hunters and managers. “The 2012 report is once again a testament to the efforts of thousands of DMAP participants and the intense interest of Mississippi sportsmen in conserving and managing white-tailed deer,” said Deer Program Biologist Justin Thayer. MDWFP Deer Program Biologist work with many DMAP cooperators throughout the year and regularly refer to the Deer Program Report while writing articles, generating reports, or helping guide landowners in making management decisions. “One of the most useful aspects of the report for a hunting club is seeing how DMAP harvest data is broken down by soil region,” said Thayer.” This allows a landowner to see average physi-

ological measures such as body weights or antler quality for their particular soil region.” Along with a summary of the DMAP harvest data, readers will also find a summary of deer harvest statistics from each Wildlife Management Area, updated breeding data maps, disease updates, deer-related enforcement citation summaries, hunting accident information, updates about ongoing research, additions to the Magnolia Records Program, and more. (Daily Corinthian columnist and Alcorn County resident David Green is an avid hunter and fisherman in the Crossroads area. Anyone wishing to share their own unique outdoor story or have any news to report pertaining to the outdoors, David can be contacted at dgreen_outdoors@yahoo.com.)

of residency and child’s Mississippi immunization certificate (Form 121 – complete for school entry K4-Grade 6). For more information, contact the school office at 286-5245.   ■ Kossuth Elementary School’s Kindergarten Registration is being held Monday, May 20 from 12-5 p.m. Needed for registration are birth certificate, Social Security Card, 121 shot record, two proofs of residency (must include utility bill) and court documents if applicable. Kossuth Elementary School’s Kindergarten Camp is being held June 10-12 from 8-11 a.m. This allows students to become familiar with the school’s campus and chance to meet teachers. The campers must be registered by June 7. Call 286-2761 for more information.

Shiloh Memorial Day

Community Events Forestry education There will be a forestry educational/association meeting held on Tuesday, May 21 at 6 p.m. at the Alcorn County Extension Service office. Dr. John Kushla will present a program on “Alternative Income Opportunities” for forest landowners. To attend or for more information, contact the Alcorn County Extension Service office at 662-286-7755 by Monday, May 20.

Retiring flags The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post No. 3962 is providing a convenient receptacle for American Flags that are in need of retirement. An appropriate receptacle has been placed outside the Veterans Service Office on the ground level of the Alcorn County Courthouse. Any member of the public may placed their tattered or worn flags in this receptacle. All flags received will be gathered by the ladies auxiliary and stored at the post until the retirement ceremony. VFW Post No. 3962 will conduct a proper Flag Retirement Ceremony at the post on Sunday, June 16. The public is invited to attend and observe this traditional ceremony.

NEMCC Day Camp Northeast Mississippi Community College’s 2013 Day Camp, “Play, Learn and Grow Together,” participants will be able to take part in creative crafts and individual art projects and take part in individual sports such as swimming as well as learn the values of citizenship while taking part in the four-day day camp. Northeast’s Day Camp is open for children ages 5-11 on the Northeast Booneville campus from June 1720. Participants must be entering kindergarten or turning five years old on or before Sept. 1. Cost for the four-day camp is $100 for those choosing to pre-register for the camp and $105 after deadline if space is available. Camp runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day and the entire camp is limited to 40 participants. Each child should bring a swimsuit and money for daily snacks. A lunch will be provided Monday through Thursday and is part of the camp costs. Children under the age of six will

not be allowed to swim at the aquatic center but will participate in alternate water activities. Pre-registration ends four working days prior to the start of the 2013 Summer Camp. For more information, contact Sandra Ford at 662-7207214 or email ssford@ nemcc.edu.

Museum exhibit The Crossroads Museum is hosting an exhibit, “Mississippi Scenes” through May 20. The exhibit is a collection of original paintings by noted watercolorists Thomas “Thom” Cochran.

ACREPM meets Alcorn County Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi (ACREPM) will meet on Monday, May 20 at 10 a.m. at the Corinth Public Library, 1023 Fillmore Street. A legislative update will be presented by Sen. Rita Potts Parks, guest speaker. For additional information, contact Teresa Howell, unit president, by calling 662-415-5358 or e-mail acrepm@att.net.

Special guest The City of Corinth Public Utilities Commission (Corinth Gas & Water Department) with Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. are hosting an opening presentation and reception for the Clifford G. Worsham Surface Water Treatment Facility on Tuesday, May 21 at 10:30 a.m., 2710 U.S. Hwy. 72 East, Glen. Special guest will be Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves.

Benefit held A benefit for Luke Crum is being held today beginning at noon at Michie Civic Center. The family and friends of Luke are having a fundraiser to enable him to have stem cell treatments in hope of him regaining the ability to walk again. All donations will be appreciated. There will be plate lunches, a silent auction, a bake sale and live music, and a drawing for dirt bikes at 2 p.m. Donations can also be taken to the Commerce National Bank in Corinth.

Cruise-in ■ A Cruise-in is being held today at 2 p.m. at

the Mississippi Care Ccnter, 3701 Joanne Dr., Corinth. There will be “food and fun.” For more information, contact Rick Kelley at 662-284-7110. ■ Kokomo’s 50’s Diner on Hwy. 64 between Adamsville and Crump, Tenn. is having a Cruisein on Saturday, May 25 from 2-8 p.m. with  Bo Jack Killingsworth.  All classics, hot rods, muscle cars, etc. are  welcome.  

Mobile learning Northeast Mississippi Community CollegeMobile Learning Conference’s fifth edition is set to kick off June 3-5 on the Booneville campus. Cost for the three-day event is $150 and those interested can contact Mobile Learning Conference founder Jeffery Powell at jdpowell@ nemcc.edu or 662-7207585.  For those needing Continuing Education Units (CEUs), the Northeast Mobile Learning Conference offers 2.1 CEUs for the three-day event. One change from Mobile Learning Conferences of the past is the addition of a school administrator session on Tuesday, June 4. From kindergarten through twelfth grade education to higher learning to the information technology professionals, the Mobile Learning Conference will have speakers to address all topics.

Relay for Life The theme this year’s Relay for Life is “Toon Out Cancer.” Teams can sign up online at www. relayforlife.org., and search for Corinth, MS, or see Lori Moore at the Bancorp South branch on U.S. Hwy. 72. Fundraising teams are selling luminaries, sky lanterns and Torches of Hope to honor those whose lives have been touched by cancer and to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s fight against the disease. Luminaries are $10; sky lanterns are $25; and the Torches of Hope are $100. Luminaries and sky lanterns will be available up until time of event. Orders for Torches of Hope must be received by Friday, May 24. Order forms are available from Relay for Life team members, including BancorpSouth on U.S. Hwy. 72, and online at www. relayforlife.org.

Relay for Life will begin at 6 p.m. Friday, May 31 at Crossroads Regional Park (city park). For more information, contact Lori Moore at 662-603-2806 or by email at benmlori@ yahoo.com.

Spring Fling A “Spring Fling” – a senior citizens and retirees health and community fair, is being held Tuesday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to noon at the MSU Extension Building (behind the Crossroads Arena). Participants can meet service providers, get information, door prizes and a healthy lunch. No cost to attend, call Andrea at The Alliance to RSVP at 2875269.

Blood drive Mississippi Blood Services is having a community blood drive at the Walmart in Corinth on Thursday, May 23 from 126 p.m. The MBS Donor Coach will be in the store parking lot. All donors will receive a T-shirt and either a Walmart gift card or movie pass (while supplies last).

SCV meets The Col. William P. Rogers Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp No. 321 is holding its monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 21 at Martha’s Menu, 302 Taylor St., Corinth at 7 p.m. Dr. Larry Mangus will be showing and discussing rare Civil War artifacts. Male descendants of Confederate soldiers may join the SCV, a non-political, educational, historical preservation organization. Visitors are welcome. For more information, contact Larry Mangus at 287-0766

Registrations held ■ Late registration – all students new to Corinth Elementary for the 2013-14 school year should register as soon as possible. Another registration for PreK and kindergarten students will be held Friday, May 24 from 8:30-11 a.m. Bring child when registering -- it is very important for student placement in classes that students register by May 24.) Bring the following when registering: child’s Social Security card, child’s certified birth certificate, two proofs

‘Friends’ Lunch Break Master Gardener, Terrie Whitehurst, Tishomingo Master Gardener Class of 2006, and recent Master Gardner graduate Brenda Whitfield will be the guest speakers at the Iuka Friends of the Library lunch break at noon on Tuesday, May 21. The topic will be “Composting.” The Iuka Public Library is located at 204 North Main Street in Iuka. Admission for the lunch break program is $2 and includes a light lunch.

Activity center Bishop Activity Center is having the following activities for the week of week of May 2024: Monday -- Legacy Hospice at center for Bingo, games, puzzles, quilting, open discussion; Tuesday – Spring Fling-Corinth Connectors, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Wednesday -- Bingo for Older Americans Month, Rolo Golf, table games, quilting, open discussion and puzzles; Thursday -- Bingo, pet therapy with Corinth Animal Shelter, quilting, puzzles, open discussion; Friday -- Bingo for Older Americans Month, Rogers’ supermarket for grocery shopping, washer game, quilting, open discussion. Senior citizens, age 60 and above, are welcome and encouraged to attend. A variety of activities for everyone is offered.

Shiloh National Military Park ‘s annual Memorial Day event on Monday, May 27 will provide the opportunity to reflect upon all the personal sacrifices this nation’s military service personnel and their families have unselfishly made to protect our freedoms. The formal ceremonies at the park will begin at the largest of the Confederate mass graves, located near tour stop No. 13 (Water Oaks Pond) on the battlefield tour route. The service will start at 11 a.m. Vietnam veteran James H. Minor, who served from 1966 through 1969, will provide the keynote remarks in remembrance of these fallen American soldiers. The service will begin with welcoming remarks by Superintendent Bundy and include an opening prayer, the keynote presentation, wreath laying, honor guard rifle salute by Veterans of Foreign Wars, and officially close with the playing of Taps. After closure of the first ceremony, activities will move to the Shiloh National Cemetery, where at 11:30 a.m., a second service will be conducted beneath the United States Flag overlooking the Tennessee River inside the cemetery. Thomas E. Parson, United States Navy (Retired) will be presenting the keynote remarks for the second Memorial Day ceremony. Starting at noon, a program titled Spotlight on America’s Veterans is scheduled at the Shiloh Visitor Center. In addition, a special exhibit, Remembering Their Service, will be on public display in the Center. The exhibit will feature photographs and soldier burial items from the park’s museum study collection. Shiloh’s weekend of special events and commemorative activities will begin on Saturday, May 25, and continue through the afternoon of Sunday, May 26. For more information, call the park visitor center at 731-689-5696 or go to www.nps.gov/ shil or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/shilohnmp. Please see EVENTS | 5B


3B • Daily Corinthian

Celebrations

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Engagements Hutson – Barber Miss Haley Lynn Hutson and Mr. James Derek Barber will exchange wedding vows at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2013 in a backyard ceremony at the home of a family friend in Corinth. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mike and Vicki Hutson. She is the granddaughter of Margie Barnes and the late H.E. Barnes and Doris and Billy Hutson. The prospective bridegroom is the son of James C. Barber Jr. and Patricia Barber. He is the grandson of the late James and Bessie Barber and Bonnie Tucker and the late Lester

Tucker. Miss Hutson is a 2006 graduate of Alcorn Central High School. Sh received her nursing degree from Northeast Mississippi Community College in 2009. She is presently employed at NMMC in Tupelo. Mr. Barber is a 2008 graduate of Tishomingo County High School. He served four years in the U.S. Navy. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception which follows. After their honeymoon in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tenn., the couple will reside in Burnsville.

James Derek Barber and Haley Lynn Hutson

Barnes – Nelms Miss Lauren Chasity Barnes “Chassey” and Mr. Creighton Stephen Nelms will exchange wedding vows at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at Holly Baptist Church, Corinth. The bride-elect is the daughter of Pat and Christy Barnes. She is the granddaughter of Arnet and Treva Barnes and Grady and Sherrie Suitor. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Steve and Trina Nelms. He is the grandson of Amos and Verda Lee Nelms and the late Adelene Nelms and JoAnn Stephens and the late Teddy W. Stephens. Miss Barnes is a 2011 graduate of Kossuth High School. She will receive her biology/pre-sonography degree from Blue Mountain College in 2014 then transfer to Baptist College of Health Sciences to complete her certification as a diagnostic medical sonographer. She is a two-year outfielder for the BMC Lady Topper’s Softball Team, a member of the Math Club, the Eunomian Society, the Baptist Student Union

and vice-president of the Science Club. She served as sophomore class president and reelected junior class president. She was named 2013 Transouth Scholar Athlete. She is also a member of the biological honor society and Beta Beta Beta. Mr. Nelms is a 2008 graduate of Kossuth High School. He attended Northeast Mississippi Community College on a football scholarship and earned the Tiger Award for the 2009-2010 season. He was inducted to Phi Theta Kappa and elected Who’s Who among students in America’s Universities and Colleges. He attended the University of Mississippi in 2010 and was a member of the USM Football team. He was selected as an AllConference USA player and earned recognition for Academic All American and Academic AllConference USA. he was a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, the Commissioner’s Honor Society, the M-Club and the Fel-

Mississippi-based designer Loren James, creator of the bridal fashion company Mamie+James, makes custom-ordered, classically styled dresses for brides and bridesmaids. These come in a wide range of colors and fabrics, such as the gown with a Bonne Chance top and No.4 skirt this model is wearing.

Bridal styles go back in time for inspiration Creighton Stephen Nelms and Lauren “Chassey” Barnes lowship of Christian Athlete’s leadership board. He received a conference championship ring for playing on the 2011 nationally ranked Southern Miss Football Team. He is currently employed by the Alcorn School District and teaches mathematics

at Kossuth High School. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception which follows at Shiloh Ridge. After returning from their Disney World honeymoon, the couple will reside in Kossuth.

Cruises get good buzz from new ships, overhauls BETH J. HARPAZ AP Travel Editor

NEW YORK (AP) — The 2013 cruise season began with a nightmare: A Carnival ship adrift with no power. But in the last month or so, several cruise companies — including Carnival — have announced major overhauls to old ships and exciting innovations on new ships, from engineering upgrades to theme parkstyle rides. And the industry’s biggest splash of good news is yet to come: On June 13, the former Kate Middleton, nearing the end of her pregnancy, is scheduled to christen the Royal Princess, a new ship from Princess Cruises debuting in Southampton, England. “When you start focusing on shiny new ships with funky, fun, new amenities and features, the market comes back,” said CruiseCritic.com editor Carolyn Spencer Brown. “There’s a lot to talk about that is really interesting and really exciting. I’m glad the conversation is shifting.” “Product improvement and good PR are positive developments that together will likely overcome the challenges that surfaced earlier this year following Carnival Triumph,” agreed Mike Driscoll, editor of Cruise Week, an industry publication. Vicky Garcia, chief operating officer of Cruise Planners, which is part of American Express Travel, said prices for Carnival cruises “took a hit” following the engine fire on the Triumph and incidents on other Carnival ships, but that prices for cruises on other lines “held firm.” In fact, Cruise Planners reported a 25 percent increase in cruise sales in

the first four months of 2013 compared to 2012. Driscoll said, however, that while repeat cruisers have not been deterred by the bad headlines, cruisesellers are reporting that “first-time business remains challenged,” meaning that it’s still hard to get consumers who never cruised before to try it. Despite that resistance, and despite the latest bad news from Carnival — a couple plunged over a ship railing in Australia recently — there’s plenty of excitement over recent ship debuts and other news. For example, Royal Caribbean in April unveiled a list of dazzling first-at-sea attractions on its Quantum of the Seas ship, launching late next year: simulated skydiving, bumper cars and an observation capsule called The North Star, modeled on the London Eye, offering a bird’s-eye view 300 feet (91 meters) above the water. Disney Cruise Line last month announced a makeover for its oldest ship, Disney Magic, with a new children’s area themed on Marvel Comics superheroes, a threestory water slide, updated technology and lighting, and rethemed restaurants and entertainment areas. Carnival, meanwhile, is spending $300 million to add emergency generators, upgrade fire safety and improve engine rooms on all 24 of its ships. Carnival also spent $155 million rehabbing a 1996 ship, Carnival Destiny, which relaunched this month as Carnival Sunshine with a five-slide park; a three-deck-high adults-only retreat with pool and waterfall; specialty restaurants and a ropes course, an attraction that proved popular on two other Carnival

ships. Last week, Norwegian Cruise Line launched Norwegian Breakaway, “the best ship in the company’s 47-year history, according to just about every veteran in this industry,” said Driscoll. The ship’s hull bears a colorful mural designed by pop artist Peter Max. Onboard attractions include a fitness class designed by the Rockettes, an intimate blues club, a ropes course on the top deck, restaurants by Food Network celebrity Geoffrey Zakarian, and baked goods from “Cake Boss” Buddy Vlasto. Its sister ship, Norwegian Getaway, launching in January, will have a Miami-Latin culture theme. But Driscoll added that “it doesn’t stop with Quantum, Disney, Breakaway, Getaway.” Next month’s launch of Royal Princess with “Kate Middleton as that ship’s godmother ensures another batch of positive PR for the business,” he said. Spencer Brown says the launch of the Royal Princess would be a big deal even if the Duchess of Cambridge weren’t following in the footsteps of Princess Diana, who christened an earlier Royal Princess ship. The CruiseCritic.com editor said the Princess line is known for introducing great new ideas while maintaining traditions. The company pioneered a concept called “Movies Under the Stars,” showing movies on big outdoor screens, in addition to adult-only sundecks, and “now lots of lines have those,” Spencer Brown said. The new Princess ship’s features will include an atrium and a top-deck glass-bottomed walkway extending over the ship’s

edge, but Princess also offers passengers the opportunity to enjoy oldfashioned fun like bingo or to “get dolled up in a tuxedo and evening gown if you want to have a date night.” Garcia said attractions on cruise ships have become as important as where the ship is going. “Ships have become their own destinations now,” she said. “You don’t want a picture of yourself in a lounge chair reading a book. You want to say you went to the Ice Bar or walked the plank,” examples of activities on Norwegian Breakaway. (”Walking the plank” is part of the ropes course, where you walk out on a single beam over the edge of the ship, 130 feet — 40 meters — above the ocean, with your shoulders harnessed to a pulley overhead.) Carrie Finley Bajak of CruiseBuzz.net agrees that “the buzz really is about the trend towards experiential travel.” In addition to over-the-top rides and entertainment, Bajak said some passengers gravitate to lines like Oceania, Celebrity, Crystal, and Holland America, which have “have perfected the art of the culinary cruising. All four lines have created unique onboard programs catering to foodies who like shopping with the chef, attending cooking classes, and an assortment of interactive cooking lessons.” Garcia said it’s now common for customers to ask for ships “by name — the Quantum or the Breakaway or the Oasis or the Epic. They say, ‘What’s the ship that has the rock-climbing, what’s the ship that has the bowling alley?’ It’s not your grandmother’s cruise anymore.”

BY KERI COLLINS LEWIS MSU Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Bridal fashions are breaking free of the decade-long fascination with strapless gowns and offering a new take on classic, romantic dresses. “Some people point to Kate Middleton’s designer long-sleeved gown as a turning point, one inspired by Princess Grace of Monaco,” said Charles Freeman, professor in the apparel, textiles and merchandising program at Mississippi State University. “The popularity of the British drama ‘Downton Abbey’ and major Hollywood movies such as ‘Anna Karenina’ and ‘The Great Gatsby’ are behind some of this season’s anticipated trends. Long sleeves, elegant looks and vintage details are showing up everywhere.” Mathiston-based designer Loren James said she is inspired by vintage couture. Her company, Mamie+James, specializes in custom-designed bridesmaids’ dresses, bridal cocktail dresses and heirloom garters. “My dresses are carefully crafted with vintage details, yet they are fashion forward,” James said. “I offer more than five fabrics so brides can get a fabulous design, but they can choose their price point based on the fabric choice. Each dress is made in Mississippi by local artisans from start to finish.” James, who graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, spent time in France where she became obsessed with the idea of the perfect cocktail dress. This led her develop a line of bridal dresses in a wide range of bodice styles, skirt designs, fabrics and colors. “I wanted a dress that could be worn at a cocktail party or an art show opening and then travel over to a wedding,” James said. “My fascination with the perfect dress is evident in my Mix+Match concept on the Mamie+James website. Every girl has her favorite dress in mind for an event, and now she can choose her ideal skirt, pair it with an equally fabulous bodice, and voila!

“I truly want to create a classic dress that a girl can wear again after her friend gets married,” she said. With her custommade dresses, James said it is easier for brides to tailor the designs to their individual bridesmaids. “I wish every bride would remember that all of her attendants are not the same size and shape, and what works for one bridesmaid may not work for the next,” James said. “Wedding photos last forever and trends don’t, so pick dresses that complement each bridesmaid and keep it simple.” Weddings are moving away from extravagant parties to more handcrafted, lovingly planned events, thanks in part to Pinterest, James said. “I think people want to hold onto some form of tradition and nostalgia, and garters are making a comeback,” she said. “I offer a number of styles and make one-of-a-kind garters from a bride’s family heirlooms, such as her mother’s veil.” James supplies each bride with a simple garter for the traditional toss att he reception, so they can keep the unique one she crafted. “This way, brides can cherish and pass on their garters in the future, and let’s face it, a garter is much easier to pass down than a wedding dress,” she said. Kayla White, a senior from Starkville in MSU’s apparel, textiles and merchandising program, is interning at Mamie+James. She has been studying this year’s wedding trends, which offer brides more options than ever. “Some brides will be hitting the aisles in a less traditional fashion with bolder looks that include colors, patterns, portrait backs and waist-defining peplums,” White said. “Lace and sleeves inspired by Kate Middleton will still play a big role and bring a sense of tradition to bridal gowns. “Functional features will be available, such as pockets in wedding dresses, and removable skirts and trains for receptions. Dusk blue and emerald will be the hot colors for 2013,” she said.


4B • Daily Corinthian

Entertainment

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Poetry finally joining e-book revolution BY HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer

NEW YORK — Over the past two years, publishers have been steadily filling one of the largest gaps in the e-book catalogue — poetry. Adrienne Rich, Allen Ginsberg, Langston Hughes and Wallace Stevens have been among the poets whose work recently became available in electronic format. And Random House Inc., W.W. Norton and several other publishers now routinely release new books in both print and digital versions, including last month’s Pulitzer Prize winner for poetry, Sharon Olds’ “Stag’s Leap.” “In the spring of 2010, we actually formed a team to focus on books that were complicated to make into e-books, like poetry and illustrated

nonfiction,” says Liisa McCloy-Kelley, Random House Inc.’s vice president and director of ebook production, strategy and operations. “Over the past 20 months, we really shifted into production.” The problem had been how to transfer a poem from paper to screen without either breaking a line up — a primal violation of the art form — or making the font size too small to read. It’s unlikely that publishers can design a perfect solution, but they have managed to find acceptable compromises. In part, they credit advances in technology that make it easier to keep the original look intact. They also cite a technique long used in print. The hanging indent. The poet’s worst fear is for a line to break up randomly, ruining the

Cryptoquip

rhythm and mood of the verse. But publishers and poets have been agreeable to ending the line at a specific word, then creating a second, indented line, alerting the reader that the train of thought belongs with the line above. For instance, here are the first two lines of Olds’ poem “Love,” as they appear in the hardcover edition: I had thought it was something we were in. I had thought we were in it that day, in the capital Here is how they look on an iPad 3: Ihad thought it was something we were in. I had thought we were in it that day, in the capital Poetry e-sales are a tiny

subset of poetry sales, a perennial subset in publishing. But for publishers, and poets, it’s less about commerce than accessibility. Olds says she doesn’t have a lot of interest in e-books and has not seen the electronic edition of “Stag’s Leap,” but that she “certainly respected the fact that readers like to read in different ways.” Poet Philip Levine allowed such collections as the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Simple Truth” to be digitized, even though he also has little personal interest in e-books. “I don’t think the people who would buy an ebook of one of my books, or one of (W.S.) Merwin’s books would want it other than what it’s supposed to look like,” Levine said. Part of the challenge is the devices themselves, with screens varying in size and feel from Apple’s iPad touchscreen to such smaller, standalone devices as Amazon.com’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. The e-book editions for Random House and other publishers will commonly include a reader’s note that suggests the proper font size for a given device. Some works are especially challenging, like Anne Carson’s collection “Red Doc,” in which poems begins at various

points on a given page. Random House decided on a fixed format, according to McCloy-Kelley, who says that the text “cannot be enlarged without a pinch and zoom,” meaning it can only be changed on a touchscreen. The verse of the late Greek poet C.P. Cavafy, who sometimes used extra spaces between words, proved so difficult to set accurately that Englishlanguage translator Daniel Mendelsohn settled for an e-book edition admittedly much different than what appeared on paper. “You have to accommodate to a new medium in order to survive,” says Mendelsohn, an awardwinning author and critic. “I take the long view and say, ‘It was ever thus.’ When the Greek tragedies were first written down, the lines were written straight across the page, with no distinction of different speakers and no stage directions. Now, you obviously want to identify the speakers. The original way is not necessarily the ideal.” Smaller presses have cited limited budgets as a deterrent to digitizing. But a top poetry publisher, Copper Canyon Press, last year began an e-book program funded by a grant from the Paul G. Allen Foundation. Copper Canyon has issued elec-

tronic versions of collections by former U.S. poet laureates Charles Simic and Ted Kooser, along with dozens of other works. “One of the things we’ve done is put a note at the beginning of the book to show which is the longest line of the poem,” said Copper Canyon’s e-book coordinator, Amelia Robertson. “The note demonstrates what will happen if that line is broken up and suggests the best setting on the device for keeping the line intact.” Progress is incomplete and some of the best poets of modern times remain entirely or mostly unavailable in electronic format, from Merwin and Richard Wilbur to Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop. In some cases, poets prefer it that way. C.K. Williams, a prize-winning poet known for his long lines, has seen some of his work show up on the Internet and has not been encouraged. “I’m quite horrified by how little it has to do with what I had in mind when I wrote it,” Williams says. “Ultimately, it’s about the words. You can say you have to sacrifice one thing for another, and I suppose I will have to accept that, because e-books are such a central part of our literary culture. But I haven’t been terribly happy about it.”

Upcoming retirement tests if Beckham built lasting brand BY LORI HINNANT Associated Press

PARIS — David Beckham’s pecs are at least as much a part of his brand as his kick; his brand of shoes ultimately more lucrative than the game he’s giving up. Listed as the world’s highest-earning athlete for 2013, Beckham’s retirement from play still leaves him with valuable endorsements and unparalleled celebrity. The question is whether he can maintain it. Only a few athletes, once their job is preceded by ‘ex,’ manage to maintain a connection with fans: Those who have carefully built up their image beforehand. Michael Jordan retired from basketball for the third time in 2003 and turned 50 this year. His eponymous Nike brand — a partnership that dates back to the first days after he left the University of North Carolina for the Chicago Bulls — is still going strong. The Jordan brand makes up nearly 60 percent of the American basketball shoe market, and a significant part of the estimated $80 million that Jordan reportedly earns each year from ventures that also include deals with Hanes and Gatorade, according to Forbes magazine. At the height of his popularity, Jordan “was just inescapable, and I think Beckham has had that kind of quality up to now,” said Ellis Cashmore, a British sociologist and author of the book “Beckham.” Even having given up his salary at Paris SaintGermain, the French soccer club where he’s ending his career, Beckham topped this year’s Sports Illustrated list of 20 highest-earning international athletes (his estimated $48 million in earnings — most from sponsorship — would rank third on the magazine’s list if American athletes are also included). He has deals with Adidas, Samsung and

Up to now, the image of David Beckham balanced between the tangible — the presence on the field of an exceptional player with a magic touch — and the intangible — the handsome guy who imprints his style on modern man H&M and has his own cologne. The UK’s Sunday Times Sports Rich Lost puts his estimated wealth at some $250 million. The question, Cashmore said, is whether his celebrity will last once he’s no longer on the field. “Beckham was the first athlete to transcend sport,” he said. “Leaving soccer is a little bit of a gamble because they don’t know if Beckham decoupled from his sport is going to be as powerful as a brand.” Tiger Woods, whose career arc looked a lot like Beckham’s until it imploded in marital scandals, is still having a hard time reconnecting with fans — and endorsements. The 37-year-old earned a reported $40 million, according to the Sports Illustrated tally this year, and Nike is using him in television ads again. But this year’s survey reported just $33 million in endorsements, down from $105 million in 2007. Thanks to his years with the LA Galaxy, Beckham’s popularity is high even in the U.S., where soccer runs distinctly behind basketball, baseball and football, according to Henry Schafer, executive vice president Q Scores Company, which measures celebrity awareness and popularity. But he’ll have a hard time matching the endurance of Jordan who — a decade after retirement — tops the Q Score list of all athletes, Schafer said. Woods was the only athlete to come close to surpassing the former Chi-

cago Bull, Schafer said, and that’s no longer even a remote possibility. As for Beckham, “I would put him in the category as having the right qualities to extend his playing days,” said Schafer, who said former NBA star Magic Johnson, NHL player Wayne Gretzky and boxing great Muhammad Ali among the other top retired athletes who’ve kept up their images. Brand Beckham, however, isn’t just David. His wife Victoria runs a fashion house which is beginning to gain traction. And there’s a rising generation of Beckhams as well: eldest son Romeo features in ads for Burberry’s spring/summer 2013 collection. Jean-Noel Kapferer, a marketing analyst at HEC, warned Beckham’s glow could fade unless he shows he’s putting in an effort. “Up to now, the image of David Beckham balanced between the tangible — the presence on the field of an exceptional player with a magic touch — and the intangible — the handsome guy who imprints his style on modern man,” he told the French newspaper l’Equipe. “The risk for him is that he’s not doing anything but making money.” If nothing else, Cashmore said, Beckham — who owns a company called Beckham Brand Ltd. — has inculcated a new generation of athletes to think far into their futures, beyond the actual game.


Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 5B

EVENTS CONTINUED FROM 2B

family entertainment.

Karaoke/dance night

Family reunion The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Floydâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Affairâ&#x20AC;? reunion is being held May 31-June 2. More information will be available at a letter date. If interested, contact the following persons with name, mailing address, email and telephone number: Tim Rogers, 662-212-3766; Loretta Stafford, 662808-1647 or Vikki Boyd, 662-415-2714.

VFW Post No. 3962 hosts a Karaoke Night every Friday at the post on Purdy School Rd. in Corinth. Karaoke begins at 8 p.m. with music by D.J. Lanny Cox. Lanny Cox also provides music at the VFW on Saturday Dance Night which begins at 8 p.m.

Prayer breakfast

CT-A season finale

The American Legion Post 6 is hosting a prayer breakfast every Wednesday at 7 a.m. Sausage, biscuits and coffee will be served. A devotional will be given by a different speaker each Wednesday. The prayer breakfasts are being held at the American Legion Building on Tate St. in Corinth. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to be a post member to attend. For more information, call 462-5815.

Corinth Theatre-Arts is presenting â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nunsense â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Mega Musical Versionâ&#x20AC;? as its season finale. The humorous musical focuses on the nuns of the convent and school of Mt. St. Helenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Hoboken, N.J. as they struggle with being under-staffed, under-funded and underappreciated. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nunsenseâ&#x20AC;? is appropriate for all ages, but some of the situations and language are more appropriated for those over 13 years old. Performances are 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 2 at the

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Just Plain Countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Â Just Plain Country performs at the Tishomingo County Fairgrounds in Iuka every Saturday from 7-10 p.m. Good

Crossroads Playhouse. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children. For tickets call 287-2995 or stop by the theater from 1-6 p.m., Tuesday-Friday. For more information, visit www.corinththeatrearts. com.

Scholarships offered Magnolia Regional Health Center Auxiliary is offering scholarships for students pursuing careers in the health care fields. Students must be accepted in the chosen medical field in order to be eligible.  Applications forms and rules may be obtained from Magnolia Regional Health Center gift shop. All completed applications must be received by June 1.  Applications can be dropped off at the hospital gift shop marked to the attention of  Marilyn Easter or they can be mailed to Marilyn Easter at 3507 Blue Bird Lane, Corinth, MS 38834.  For more information, call 662-286-2272.

Conservation workshop Mississippi Forestry

YOUR

Handmade Pan Pizza

6

$

Dominoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pizza

99 each

FAVORITE

Minimum 2 Handmade 2 Handmade Pan Pizzas Pan Pizzas 2 toppings with to 2w/ Toppings

Best deals Dominos.com

LABELS

Online Code: 9193 Carry Out Limited Delivery Area NOW OPEN Sun-Thur. 10:30AM-11PM; Fri. & Sat. 10:30AM-Midnight

1102 Hwy 72 E Corinth

662-284-9099 Best deals at dominos.com

Association is now accepting registrations for the 2013 Teachers Conservation Workshop. The workshop is being offered June 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7 at Northeast Miss. Community College in Booneville. The Teachers Conservation Workshopis a practical, hands-on conservation workshop with emphasis on forests and other natural resources. The latest information on conservation is presented in the classroom and in numerous field trips including industries, harvesting operations, management practices, and nature trails. Participants learn by demonstration and practical exercises how relevant conservation practices can be integrated into classroom work and student projects. Instructors include professionals from Miss. State University, Miss. Forestry Commission, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Miss. Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, forest

industries, consulting foresters and many other natural resource organizations and companies. The cost is $100. Some scholarships are available. The workshop can be taken for university academic hours or continuing education units. For more information, call 601-354-4936 or email: epope@msforestry.

Water aerobics Northeast Mississippi Community College is offering month-long water aerobics course, June 3-27, July 1-29 or Aug. 1-27. Classes will run from 5-6 p.m. each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evening. Participants will meet at the Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center on the Northeast Booneville campus. Cost for the month-long course is $55. For more information about water aerobics or to obtain a pre-registration form, contact Angie Langley at 662- 7207409 or Charlotte Tennison at 662-720- 7772 or by email at adlangley@nemcc.edu or cwtennison@nemcc.edu.

Swimming lessons Northeast Mississippi Community College has opened 14 different opportunities for area youth take advantage of the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center while learning to swim in the process. The college has openings in each one of the following dates: June 3-6; June 10-13; June 24-27; July 8-11; July 15-18; July 22-25; July 29-Aug. 1. Swimming lessons will be taught at the Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center on the Northeast Booneville campus from 10-11 a.m. or from 11 a.m. until noon on each of the available dates. Participants must be five years old or older by May 31, 2013 to attend the lessons and applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cost for the fourday session is $40. For more information about swimming lessons taught at Northeast, contact Angie Langley at 662-7207409 or Charlotte Tennison at 662-720- 7772 or by email at adlangley@nemcc.edu or cwtennison@nemcc.edu.

Stop the Harassment & Keep your Property

QUICK - EASY - LOW COST

Affordable flexible payment plans ZERO down payment gets you a fresh start with

FOR LESS

Twisted Spirits

Hours: Mon.â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Sat. 10amâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;9pm 1100B Hwy 72 West â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS

Legal Scene Your Crossroads Area Guide to Law Professionals )  ($ )* 

/) 

 $ 

Odom and Allred, P.A. Attorneys at Law

 ) - - ('             "  

# )(!* () *&! 

/ 

**

/#

 /(

* (

         

 

(     ! &% Serving Northeast Mississippiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s legal needs...

"!$ $!  # v  (Payment Plans available)  !  " ! %!              '   $     &%    "$"!! " ! v# "(    #" !$ v    " "!$"!

+++ - (' +.) ( #'$"#  * %($*& ) ($)*   ( (*  * -  )* .* (() , )*  *& ) 

John O. Windsor A T T O R N E Y

Bankruptcy * Criminal Defense * Personal Injury

401 E. Waldron St. Corinth, MS

Call for an appointment:

662-872-0121







                                      

Contact Laura Holloway at 662-287-6111 ext. 308 to advertise your Law Firm on this page.

404 Waldron Street â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS _________________________________________            '    3 

    -    1 / 2 1* '  0 /  1 .2&  &  2

662-286-9311 William W. Odom, Jr. Rhonda N. Allred Attorney at Law Attorney at Law bodom43@bellsouth.net rallred@bellsouth.net ___________________________________________  &'&#$)#(& ,!"'#"&#$' #&"#'"'",''#"#+$'&'"

*' ", * $$#$  # ("'"($',# #(""#!'#")  ($#"%(&'

Contact Laura Holloway at 662-287-6111 ext. 308 to advertise your Law Firm on this page.


6B • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

SERVICES

BUSINESS & SERVICE GUIDE Daily Corinthian And The Community Profiles RUN YOUR AD In TheFOR $ ONLY 200 A MONTH ON THIS PAGE (Daily Corinthian Only 165) $

CHIROPRACTOR

HOUSE FOR SALE

2107 Weston Drive

Dr. Jonathan R. Cooksey Neck Pain • Back Pain Disc Problems Spinal Decompression Therapy Most Insurance Accepted Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5 3334 N. Polk Street Corinth, MS 38834 (662) 286-9950

Loans $20-$20,000

upstairs (could be 4 BR), 2-car garage, tile & carpet flooring throughout. 2400 sq. ft. Asking $156,900. 662-643-3221 before

40 Years

KITCHEN & BATH CABINETS Produced daily at our modern plant in Corinth Industrial Park

We have the BEST Values for your Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets Just bring your measurements and we will help you with the rest!

Raised Panel Oak Flat Panel Oak MDF white or black (Prefinished or Unfinished)

One of the state’s largest dealers in kitchen counter tops Formica or Granite

SMITH CABINET SHOP 1505 South Fulton Dr. • Corinth, MS

662-287-2151

Updated 4 BR, 2 BA home with new vinyl siding is waiting for a new family. Located in Kossuth, it offers 1.5 acres with lots of space to play. $79,500.

Phone number 662-279-3902 or 662-279-3679

HOUSE FOR SALE

From now until May 31st Saturday’s are:

“Family Day” 2 Haircuts for the price of 1

Call for your appt. (Walk-in’s Welcome) (662) 603-2902 163 Hwy 2 N.E. Corinth

Structure demolition & Removal Crushed Lime Stone (any size) Iuka Road Gravel Washed gravel Pea gravel Fill sand Masonry sand Black Magic mulch Natural brown mulch Top soil “Let us help with your project” “Large or Small” Bill Jr., 284-6061 G.E. 284-9209

Smith Discount Home Center

Farmers & Merchants Bank 662-720-4580

Specializing in roofing, metal & shingle. 35 yrs. experience. Referrals if needed.

Owner, Bubba Harrell 662-872-9109

5 95 Foil Back Faomboard 3/4” 6 $ 95 Foil Back Foamboard 1” 8 ...

.....

1x6 & 1x8 White Pine Pattern Board

$

.......................

50000

1,000 Board Ft.

100 $ 00 Vinyl Floor Remnants 1 $ 95 CROSSTIES 6 $ 95 25 Year 3 Tab Shingle 54 Exterior Astro Turf

....

$

sq. yd.

FOR DETAILS.

www.facebook.com/alcorn.homes “White & Black Bookcases Available Now!”

5534 Hwy 45, Eastview, Tn 38375 1 mi N of Hwy# 57/45 Junction

• "The Cottage" Vintage Style Clothing • HUGE INVENTORY DECO NETTING • Antiques & Collectables • "MAN CAVE" • Old Vintage Clothing Closet • "Sew Sassy" monograming • "Boots & Stuff" • Pickwick Pickers • 2 Vintage Cuzens

Jeanette Storey Tempe & Janet Gurley Owners 731-645-5677 open 7 days

$1,000,000 LIABILITY INSURANCE

• SAME PHONE # & ADDRESS SINCE 1975 • LIFETIME WARRANTIED OWENS CORNING SHINGLES W/TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY (NO SECONDS) • METAL, TORCHDOWN, EPDM, SLATE, TILE, SHAKES, COATINGS. • LEAK SPECIALIST WE INSTALL SKYLIGHTS & DO CARPENTRY WORK

662-665-1133 662-286-8257

JIM BERRY, OWNER/INSTALLER

SMITH CABINET SHOP

6295 ¢-$ 09 Laminate Floor From 39 1 $ 00-$ Pad for Laminate Floor 5 1000 $ Handicap Commodes 6995 $ Round Commodes 4995 ...

.......

...........

Tubs & Showers ........$215.00 12 x 12 Celotex Ceiling (40Sq Ft) ............................................................

3995

$

box

Don’t Waste Your Money... Shop With Us!

ONLY $200 A MONTH (DAILY CORINTHIAN ONLY $165.00). CALL 662-287-6147 FOR DETAILS.

For more info call Bailey Williams Realty at 662-286-2255 or visit www.corinthhomes.com

DAILY CORINTHIAN & COMMUNITY PROFILES HOUSE FOR SALE. BLDG. FOR SALE. Priced below appraisal - Commercial bldg., downtown Beautiful home in downtown Corinth, 815 Cruise St. across Corinth, 4 BR, 3 BA, open plan, beamed & arched ceilings, cozy from city parking lot, corner of Cass & Cruise. 7500+ fireplaces, hardwood, new tile, paint. Updates within the last sq. ft. Several office areas, 2 mos. 515 4th St. Also, 2 BR 2 larger rooms, kitchen. guest house goes with deal. $349,900. Asking $189,900 for all. Call 662-287-7673. Call 662-287-7673

FOR SALE BY OWNER

RUN YOUR AD IN THE DAILY CORINTHIAN &

COMMUNITY PROFILES ON THIS PAGE FOR

HOUSE FOR SALE

RUN YOUR AD IN THE

$

...

1292A North Veterans Boulevard Tupelo, MS www.backyardpoolstupelo.com

662-287-2151

...

Shingle .............................................

662-842-2728 BACKYARD POOLS

1505 South Fulton Dr. • Corinth, MS

.....

35 Year Architectural

Specializing In Above Ground Pools

3407 Old Ashbrook Rd.

......................................

DAILY CORINTHIAN &

CALL 662-287-6147

Great 3 BR, 2 BA home, 153 CR 255, Glen, MS near Alcorn Central School. New paint, floors, appliances, C/H/A. $54,000. Call/text 662-415-4405 after 4 p.m.

$

EASTVIEW COLLECTlQUES, LLC

ONLY $165.00).

OPEN HOUSE SAT., 12-4

Croft Windows ...................................................... $ 95 Foil Back Foamboard 1/2”...

DAILY CORINTHIAN &

(DAILY CORINTHIAN

FREE ESTIMATES 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE FULLY INSURED 731-689-4319 JIMMY NEWTON

129

RUN YOUR AD IN THE

ONLY $200 A MONTH

• Carports • Vinyl Siding • Room Additions • Shingles & Metal Roofing • Concrete Drives • Interior & Exterior Painting

1299 Hwy 2 West (Marshtown)

NOT YOUR ORDINARY ........ FLEA MARKET/ANTIQUE MALL

ON THIS PAGE FOR

SELDOM YOUR LOWEST BID ALWAYS YOUR HIGHEST QUALITY

46

Hinkle community. 807 CR 518, Rienzi MS 38865. 5 BR, 3 BA, 3 acres. $155,000

JIMCO ROOFING.

Bill Phillips Sand & Gravel

RUN YOUR AD IN THE COMMUNITY PROFILES

TORNADO SHELTERS Large full size 6x12 tall x 6’9” concrete

HOME REPAIRS

$ 95 Air Compressors.Starting at Huge Selection of Area Rugs $ (8’ x 11’) .........................Starting at

GENERAL CONTRACTING Paula (Mills) Switcher has been providing her services to the Corinth Community for 25 yrs. PAULA’s SALON is now open on Saturdays.

5pm & 662-287-8350 after 5pm.

412 Pinecrest Road 287-2221 • 287-4419

HARRELL

PAULA’s SALON

www.southernhomesafety.com

nook, living room, bonus room

Remodeling or New Construction

“Bring the kids!”

3 BR, 2 BA, dining room, kitchen

SOUTHERN HOME SAFETY, INC. TOLL FREE 888-544-9074 or 662-315-1695

ON THIS PAGE FOR ONLY $200 A MONTH (DAILY CORINTHIAN ONLY $165.00). CALL 662-287-6147 FOR DETAILS. PLUMBING & ELECTRIC

COMMUNITY PROFILES Beautiful brick ranch home, 3 BR, 2 BA, LR & kitchen (appl. stay). Glass & screened back porch, Little red barn storage shed w/riding mower & weedeater incl., large carport (easy in & out).

Farmington area $72,000. 662-286-5736. No agents or Sunday calls!

ON THIS PAGE FOR ONLY $200 A MONTH (DAILY CORINTHIAN ONLY $165.00). CALL 662-287-6147 FOR DETAILS.

Licensed & Bonded

• Bucket Truck Service • Backhoe

662-396-1023 JASON ROACH-OWNER R 1159 B CR 400 Corinth, MS 38834


Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 7B

GARAGE/ESTATE 0151 SALES

AS ADMINISTRATRIX of an Estate, I, Karen Burns, will be taking sealed bids on the following items: â&#x20AC;˘1975 Chevrolet Impala, 350 Chevrolet motor, approx. 90,000 miles â&#x20AC;˘2001 Buick Century, approx. 100,000 miles Turn in sealed bids at the Alcorn County Chancery Clerk's Office at 501 Waldron Street, Corinth, Mississippi or any questions, please call 662-415-0884 DEADLINE MAY 29, 2013 BY 10:00 A.M.

Take stock in America. Buy U.S. Savings Bonds.

GARAGE/ESTATE 0151 SALES

0107 SPECIAL NOTICE REVERSE YOUR AD FOR $1.00 EXTRA Call 662-287-6147 for details.

0232 GENERAL HELP

YARD SALE SPECIAL

WANTED INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

ANY 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS Ad must run prior to or day of sale!

0135 PERSONALS *ADOPT:* A Creative, Professional couple long for 1st baby. Sailing, Beaches, Gourmet meals await! Expenses paid. 1-800-379-8418. *Christi & Peter*

(Newspaper Carrier)

(Deadline is 3 p.m. day before ad is to run!) (Exception-Sun. deadline is 3 pm Fri.)

GARAGE /ESTATE SALES ANNOUNCEMENTS

0107 SPECIAL NOTICE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS When Placing Ads 1. Make sure your ad reads the way you want it! Make sure our Ad Consultants reads the ad back to you. 2. Make sure your ad is in the proper classification. 3. After our deadline at 3 p.m., the ad cannot be corrected, changed or stopped until the next day. 4. Check your ad the 1st day for errors. If error has been made, we will be happy to correct it, but you must call before deadline (3 p.m.) to get that done for the next day. Please call 662-287-6147 if you cannot find your ad or need to make changes!

5 LINES (Apprx. 20 Words)

Selmer/Ramer, TN Areas Excellent Earnings Potential Requirements:

0515 COMPUTER

     

$19.10 (Does not include commercial business sales) ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID We accept credit or debit cards

Are youÂ?Â? having Â? Â?   ­ computer problems? Â?Â&#x20AC;   We can help.    Is your Â?Â? important data Â&#x201A;    secure? We offer  Â?  an Â&#x192;Â&#x192; off-site backup for you.  Â&#x192;Â&#x192;­  Â&#x20AC;Â&#x201E;Â? Â&#x192; Call for details and Â?Â? Â&#x192;   pricing.      www.tomlinsoncomputers.com   

Call Classified at (662) 287-6147

       

   

  ­­Â&#x20AC; Â?Â?  ­­Â&#x20AC; Â?Â&#x201A;Â&#x192;Â? Â&#x20AC; Â&#x192;Â&#x201E;Â&#x2026;Â&#x201A;Â?  ­Â&#x20AC;Â&#x20AC; 

      Â 

  � 

 Â 

Â?

1604 S. Harper Rd., Corinth, MS 38834

â&#x20AC;˘ Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s License â&#x20AC;˘ Dependable Transportation â&#x20AC;˘ Light Bookwork Ability (will train) â&#x20AC;˘ Liability Insurance Please come by the Daily Corinthian and ďŹ ll out a questionaire.

DAILY CORINTHIAN 1607 S. Harper Rd. Corinth, MS

0840 AUTO SERVICES

GUARANTEED Auto Sales 804 BOATS

Advertise your CAR, TRUCK, SUV, BOAT, TRACTOR, MOTORCYCLE, RV & ATV here for $39.95 UNTIL SOLD! Ad should include photo, description and price. PLEASE NO DEALERS & NON-TRANSFERABLE! NO REFUNDS. Single item only. Payment in advance. Call 287-6147 to place your ad.

864 868 868 868 TRUCKS/VANS AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES SUVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

816 816 RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL VEHICLES VEHICLES

1981 Bluebird Bus

1989 FOXCRAFT

18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long, 120 HP Johnson mtr., trailer & mtr., new paint, new transel, 2 live wells, hot foot control.

$7500.

662-596-5053

2011 Chev. Malibu 4-dr. sedan, 36,900 miles, white w/black leather & velour int., w/small wood grain trim around dash. Asking price $12,500. Contact

662-287-6218 or 662-664-0104

1998 Lincoln Mark VIII

Champagne color, 98,500 miles, dealer installed suspension upgrade, CD changer in trunk.

$4000 obo. 662-415-6650

REDUCED

2000 MERCURY Optimax, 225 H.P. Imagine owning a likenew, water tested, never launched, powerhouse outboard motor with a High Five stainless prop, $

for only 7995.

Call John Bond of Paul Seaton Boat Sales in Counce, TN for details.

731-689-4050 or 901-605-6571

1984 CORVETTE 383 Stroker, alum. high riser, alum. heads, headers, dual line holly, everything on car new or rebuilt w/new paint job (silver fleck paint).

$9777.77 Call Keith 662-415-0017.

1983 NISSAN DATSUN 280 ZX Turbo, exc. cond.

$5000.

$6,400.

662-808-0113.

ALUMA CRAFT 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BOAT, 40 H.P. JOHNSON, TROLLING MTR., GOOD COND., INCLUDES TRAILER,

$1200 OBO

OR WILL TRADE. 731-610-8901 OR EMAIL FOR PICS TO

AYLASISCO@GMAIL.COM

2004 Chrysler Sebring, 4-DR., MANY NEW PARTS, NEW TIRES, NEW BATTERY. $1800. CALL SAT. OR SUN. ONLY,

731-239-8599.

662-415-1482

2000 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;90 RANGER BASS BOAT

361V W/MATCHING TRAILER & COVER, RASPBERRY & GRAY, EVINRUDE 150XP, 24-V TROL. MTR., 2 FISH FINDERS, NEW BATTS., NEW LED TRAILER LIGHTS, EXC. COND.,

2012 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 19,800 miles, garage kept w/all service records, 38 mpg, tinted windows & XM radio. Asking $17,500. 662-594-5830.

228k miles.

2000 CHEVY MONTE CARLO,

$2500 obo.

662-643-6005

maroon, sunroof, approx. 160k miles.

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

$3250 662-415-6008

2007 GMC 3500

2 WD, 175k miles, 6-spd., auto., $18,000; 2013 PJ 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Gooseneck trailer.

$12,000. 662-415-1804

2008 Chev. Uplander LS 7-pass. van, 90,500 miles, white w/tan interior, dual air, asking

$8000.

662-287-6218 or or 662-284-6752 or 662-664-0104

$3950. 286-2261

2002 Chevrolet Z-71,4-dr., 4W.D., Am.Fm cass./CD, pewter $7,000 OBO in color, $6200. Call or text 662-643-5908 or 956-334-0937 662-643-5020

fully loaded, DVD/ CD system, new tires, mileage 80,700, climate controlled air/heat, heat/ cool power seats.

1997 30 ft. Dutchman camper,

$3900 obo

$5500

662-643-8263

1991 Ford Econoline Van, 48,000 miles, good cond., one owner, serious interest. $6500 287-5206. REDUCED

2006 GMC YUKON Exc. cond. inside & out, 106k miles, 3rd row seat, garage kept, front & rear A/C,tow pkg., loaded

$13,995

1999 CHEV. TAHOE 4 W.D., leather seats, cold air, hitch on back.

$6250 OBO.

287-7403 REDUCED

2000 Ford F-350

super duty, diesel, 7.3 ltr., exc. drive train, 215k miles, excellent, great mechanical conditionâ&#x20AC;?.

$7400.

2006 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR, 94,500 miles, black, loaded,heated/cool seats, DVD, exc. cond., $15,250. 662-287-7424.

1977 Chevy Big 10 pickup,

long wheel base, rebuilt & 350 HP engine & auto. trans., needs paint & some work.

$1500

662-664-3958

662-664-3538

662-415-0084

Excaliber made by Georgi Boy

REDUCED

662-286-1732

1984 CHRYSLER LEBARON convertible, antique tag, 39,000 actual miles.

2004 MERCURY MONTEREY

Caterpillar 210 engine, 6 new tires, sleeps 6 or 8, bathroom, holding tank, fresh water tank, full size refrig., seats 8

2008 Travel Trailer Gulf Stream Ultra-lite, 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, rarely used, queen bed w/super slide, sleeps 6, built-in 32â&#x20AC;? flat screen w/ceiling surround sound.

$14,000 OBO 731-727-5573 REDUCED

Cruisemaster Motorhome by Georgieboy, 1997 GM 454 ci chassie, 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122; with slider, 45,000 miles with white Oak interior. $19,500. $14,999 662-808-7777 or 662-415-9020

1985 30â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long motor home, new tires, Price negotiable.

662-660-3433

832 MOTORCYCLES/ ATVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S REDUCED

2000 Custom Harley Davidson Mtr. & Trans., New Tires, Must See

$10,500 $9,500 $12,000

662-415-8623 or 287-8894

2007 Ford F-150

2006 Chevy Colorado 4x4

crew cab, Z71 pkg., white/black, only 42,000 miles, KBB-$16,300. Asking

$14,300.

Call 662-462-7859 or 662-415-3177

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;05 GMC 1500 HD LT Crew Cab

91,000 miles, 6.0 liter, all leather, power everything, no rips, stains or tears. BOSE system, ON Star avail., premium tow pkg w/KW roll over hitch & dig. brake sys. Possible trade.

$12,900.

662-664-0210.

REDUCED

extended cab, new tires, all power, towing pkg.

$7300

662-415-8553 816 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2012 STARCRAFT CAMPER Fiberglass 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bunk house, gray & black water tanks, cable ready w/TV. Will consider trade for small tractor w/mower

$10,500

662-396-1390

REDUCED

18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; SPECTRUM FISH & PLAY PONTOON

1987 Honda CRX, 40+ mpg, new paint, new leather seat covers, after market stereo, $3250 obo.

has â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;11 bass tracker trailer, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;01 Nissan 70 HP mtr, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;12 salt water trol. mtr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;12 Fish finder & live well, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;12 Bimime top & CD, 2 front fishing seats, 2 12 gal. gas tanks.

2004 Ford F350 work truck, V10, underbed tool boxes, towing package, DVD. $8600 obo. Truck is in daily use. Please call for appt. to see,

340-626-5904. 340-626-5904.

$7,000 obo.

662-808-0929

2000 Ford Mustang GT

4.6, V-8, 5-spd., leather, new tires, 56,051 miles, extra clean, $6500. 662-462-7634 or 662-664-0789.

2007 BUICK LUCERNE

38,000 miles, heated & cooled seats, power everything, 26-28 mpg, exc. cond.,

$10,350

662-665-1995

2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT

2008 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

V-6, auto., power windows, hard top, Sirius radio w/nav cd, dvd, very clean & well maintained. 47,500k mi.

30 ft., with slide out & built-in TV antenna, 2 TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 7400 miles.

$21,500.

$75,000. 662-287-7734

662-396-1705 or 284-8209

1967 CHEVY Needs paint & body work $4000. 504-952-1230 Corinth

2004 Flagstaff 28â&#x20AC;&#x2122; camper

2 slideouts, sleeps 6, used very little, good cond.

2007 HONDA SPIRIT 1100 1 owner, 9000 miles, loaded

$4500 obo. 662-665-5274 or 662-416-6061

1500 Goldwing Honda

$7,500 obo

78,000 original miles, new tires.

662-656-0265

662-284-9487

Serious replies only!

$4500


8B • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

GARAGE/ESTATE 0151 SALES

MEDICAL/ 0220 DENTAL MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINEES NEEDED! Train for a career in Healthcare Management! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Advanced College gets you job ready! HS diploma/GED & PC/Internet needed. 1-888-5127117.

YOU MAY ASK ABOUT THIS & OTHER ATTENTION GETTING GRAPHICS!

0232 GENERAL HELP 0180 INSTRUCTION

MEDICAL CAREERS begin here - Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. Job placement assistance. Computer and Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV Authorized. Call 877-206-5185. www.CenturaOnline. com WORK ON JET ENGINES Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 866-455-4317.

0244 TRUCKING

EMPLOYMENT

0208 SALES

SALES A growing company is looking for a career minded outside salesperson who is physically fit, has a can-do, will-do attitude with excellent oral written people & organizational skills. College degree a plus Send resumes to Box 374 c/o The Daily Corinthian P.O. Box 1800 Corinth, MS 38835

0212 PROFESSIONAL THE SELMER Police Department Will be accepting applications for the following positions through May 24, 2013. Certification is a plus. (1) Police Officer Full Time: Must be willing to work any shift (2) Police Officer Part Time: Must be willing to work any shift (Must be certified). Applications can be picked up at the Selmer Police Department, located at City Hall, 144 N. 2nd Street, Selmer, TN or downloaded on our Web site at http://www.selmertn.com/jobs.htm.

0503

CAUTION! ADVERTISEMENTS in this classification usually offer informational service of products designed to help FIND employment. Before you send money to any advertiser, it is your responsibility to verify the validity of the offer. Remember: If an ad appears to sound “too good to be true”, then it may be! Inquiries can be made by contacting the Better Business Bureau at 1-800-987-8280.

DRIVER TRAINEES Needed Now at Werner Enterprises Earn $700+/wk after training. Great Benefits! No Exp. Req'd! Local 15 day CDL Training 1-888-540-7364 O/O wanted to run TX, LA, AR, AL, GA, SC, and o th e r p oi n t s w i th a reefer. Contact Terry Mitchell at 228-831-0077. TEAM DRIVERS - Olive Branch, Mississippi. Good Miles/Pay/Super: Benefits/Equip/Touch Free Freight, Quarterly Bonus, Pet Friendly! CDL-A, 2 yrs. OTR exp., Clean Criminal Background, call HR 800-7898 4 5 1 . www.longistics.com

0260 RESTAURANT

CORNER SLICE PIZZA is expanding! We need MAYTAG DRYER, 5 yrs. cooks & drivers. If inter- old, good cond., $200. ested, apply in person 662-643-8171. at 408 Fillmore St. after MUSICAL 10:30 a.m. 0512

BUSINESSES FOR 0280 SALE DRIVE THRU restaurant, turn key, ready to operate, includes 5-acre commercial lot in Pickwick across from Hampton Inn. $190,000. 901-482-0912. MONA LISA'S Thrift for sale, $4500 obo. 1007 Hwy 72 E. across from Pizza Hut. 662-603-5870.

PETS

BUZZ

The right advertising strategy can take your business to the next level. As a senior account representative with over 10 years of ADVERTISING IS THE experience helping retailers advertise effectively,WAY I have the TO marketing expertise and resources to help your business succeed. GO! From print and online advertising to special events, coupon campaigns,EVERYONE inserts and direct mail, find outKNOW! which marketing LET tools can maximize your exposure to your target audience.

LET’S GET STARTED! Call me today, and let’s get started!

Daily Corinthian Matthew Emerson

Senior Account Representative

1607 South Harper Road Corinth MS 38834 memerson@namewebsite.com | 000.000.0000 662-287-6111

AUCTION SALES

MANUFACTURED MISC. ITEMS FOR HOMES FOR MOBILE HOMES 0563 SALE 0620 RENT 0741 FOR SALE 0747 HOMES FOR SALE NO BUSINESS OR BR, 2 1/2 BA , Corinth SALE - SALE - SALE HANDY MAN SPECIAL! COMMERCIAL 4city limits, $850 mo., Model Displays Must Go! Home does need some ADS ALLOWED! $850 dep. Lease & ref. New Spacious 4 BR, 2 work. Must sell cash

Email ad to: freeads MERCHANDISE @dailycorinthian.com WURLITZER BABY grand or electric piano, $300. 287- classad@dailycorinthian. 6993. com

0518 ELECTRONICS

Or mail ad to Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835, fax ad to 662287-3525 or bring ad to 1607 S. Harper Rd., Corinth.

LG 50" Plasma TV, still in box, never used, $500 negotiable. 662-2875765 or 662-212-0677.

*NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. INCLUDE NAME & ADDRESS FOR OUR RECORDS.

TV $100, 662-643-3335.

ONE PAIR of Kathy's BMW custom bag liners, fits K Model BMW motorcycles, $100 obo. 2871646.

LAWN & GARDEN 0521 EQUIPMENT

0320 CATS/DOGS/PETS 6 H P T r o y b i l t s u p e r bronco Roto tiller, used PUPPIES, 1/2 Rott, 1/2 2 seasons, $550. 662-415Mastiff. 5 males, 3 fe- 1757. males. Great colors. Can see parents. $200. 287- 0533 FURNITURE 7149. 3-PC living room suite (couch, loveseat & FARM chair); perfect set for college student or apartment. $325. 662415-9002.

REVERSE YOUR AD FOR $1.00 EXTRA Call 662-287-6147 for details.

0450 LIVESTOCK

BOOKCASE/ENTERTAINGAME ROOSTERS, $25 & MENT center $350. 662up. Hounds $100 ea. yd 643-3335. eggs. $3 dz. 427-9894 FULL/QN storage headboard w/bed frame & huge matching wall MERCHANDISE mirror, $100. 662-6433335. RED LEATHER couch, 0503 AUCTION SALES $250. 662-643-3335. AUCTION SATURDAY, May 25th at 10 a.m. 615 acres EPW deer, duck, turkey, wildlife hunting preserve on Capooth Rd., Ramer, TN. 10% buyers premium. Heritage Auction & Real Estate, TFL #4556. 731-9253 5 3 4 . www.tonyneill.com

HOUSEHOLD 0509 GOODS

Want to Create a Buzz About Your Business?

HOUSEHOLD 0509 GOODS

goats, fish, hogs, etc), garage sales, hay, firewood, & automobiles.

FREE ADVERTISING Advertise one item valued at $500 or less for free. Price must be in ad & will run for 5 days in Daily Corinthian, 1 day in Reporter & 1 day AMANA DISTINCTIONS in Banner Independent. Super Capacity nat. gas Ads may be up to apdryer, $225 obo. 662- prox. 20 words including phone number. 665-1490.

RELIANCE 40 gal. nat. gas water heater, used 6 wks., pd. $433 new, asking $300 obo. 662665-1490.

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

UNFURNISHED 0610 APARTMENTS

MOBILE HOMES 0675 FOR RENT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

HOMES FOR 0710 SALE HUD PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. State laws forbid discrimination in the sale, rental, or advertising of real estate based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

WOOD TABLE with 2 chairs, perfect for small CANE CREEK Apts., 1 mi. W. of Hosp., 72 & CR 735 apt. $35. 662-415-9002. in Kossuth/Corinth Sch. WANTED TO Dist. 2 BR, 1 BA, stv., 0554 RENT/BUY/TRADE frig., W&D h/u. $400. 287 -0105, 8-5, M-F. M&M. CASH for junk cars & trucks. We pick up. WEAVER APTS. 504 N. 662-415-5435 o r Cass, 1 BR, scr.porch, KOSSUTH SCHOOL Disw/d. $375+util, 286-2255. trict, airport area, nice 3 731-239-4114. BR, 1 1/2 BA, brick, well MISC. ITEMS FOR HOMES FOR kept, 16 CR 626. $69,500. 0563 SALE 0620 RENT 287-3206.

AIR-CONDITIONERS: 5 TON central unit, $900; (2) 2 1/2 ton central units, $300 each. 287-9629.

GE SPECTRA XL 44 gas range, $225 obo. 662665-1490.

WANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? Ask about attention getting graphics.

req'd. No TVRHA; 2 BR, 1 BA homes starting at BA , Central Sch. Dist., $43,500 $ 4 7 5 m o . , $ 4 7 5 d e p . Single Sections start at Lease & ref. req'd. No $29,500 TVRHA. 662-415-1838. Clayton Homes Hwy 72 West, FOR RENT Corinth, MS 2 Bedroom 1/4 mile past Magnolia New carpet, C/H/A Hospital Appliances included $475/month MANUFACTURED 286-1732

2 1/2 BR, 2 BA, 4244 CR 200. $650 mo., $500 dep. 662-415-6606. 3 BR, 1 BA, $650 mo., $650 dep. No exceptio ns! 19 03 P rince ss Anne Dr. No pets! Smoke free area. 240540-2537, leave msg.

WANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? Ask about attention getting graphics.

0734 LOTS & ACREAGE

3 BR, 1 BA, carport, in city off Shiloh Rd.. $600 A U C T I O N S A T U R D A Y , The ads must be for mo., $400 dep. 662-415May 25th at 10 a.m. 615 private party or per- 7049. acres EPW deer, duck, sonal mdse. & does not turkey, wildlife hunting include pets, livestock 3 BR, 2 BA, 2143 Hwy 72 preserve on Capooth (chickens, ducks, cattle, E. $750 mo., $500 dep. Rd., Ramer, TN. 10% goats, fish, hogs, etc), 662-415-6606. buyers premium. Heritgarage sales, hay, fire- 3BR, 2BA brick, CHA, age Auction & Real Eswood, & automobiles. fenced yard, S. of Cor- tate, TFL #4556. 731-925inth. $550 mo, $500 dep. 3 5 3 4 . NO BUSINESS OR Ref's. req. 731-439-2900. w w w . t o n y n e i l l . c o m

COMMERCIAL ADS ALLOWED!

0114

HAPPY ADS

only. $9900. 16x80 3 BR, 2 full BA's. 662-401-1093.

WANTED TO BUY 0786 REAL ESTATE

I PAY top dollar for used mobile homes. Call 662296-5923.

TRANSPORTATION

0747 HOMES FOR SALE

CREDIT A little LOW? With a qualified income we CAN get you APPROVED on a new home with a score as low as 575 and only 10% down! AND that is with a fixed interest rate! Windham Homes Corinth, MS 1-888-287-6996

FINANCIAL LEGALS HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY

HANDYMAN

HANDYMAN'S Home care, anything. 662-643 H U R R Y B E F O R E H E 6892. GONE!!! 28x64 living room & separate den HAULING w/fireplace, brand new floor covering and fresh paint walls throughout, BIG D'S Hauling, LLC. new sliding glass door Owner, Dale Brock. 648 in den, kitchen w/re- C R 6 0 0 , W a l n u t , M S movable island, master 38683. If you need it bath has large shower hauled, give us a call! 1with separate tub. De- 901-734-7660. livery & set up. $34,500. HOME IMPROVEMENT Call 662-397-9339.

& REPAIR

BUTLER, DOUG: Foundation, floor leveling, bricks cracking, rotten wood, basements, shower floor. Over 35 yrs. exp. Free est. 731-239-8945 or 662-284-6146.

LOOK AT this Deal! 1999 16x80 3 BR, 2 full BA's, total electric, home comes with stove, dishwasher, C/H/A, sliding back door in kitchen. Only $18,500. Includes delivery & set up. 662401-1093. REMODELING, METAL roofs, hardwood & lamin at e f l o or i n g. Ref s . NICE HOME needs new available. Keith Fields, o w n e r . 2 0 0 1 d o u b l e 662-287-7807. wide, 3 BR, 2 full BA's, home has new carpet, SERVICES new paint, vinyl siding, shingle roof. Delivered & set up. $27,900. 662- D I V O R C E W I T H o r without children $125. 296-5923. Includes name change and property settleNICE STARTER home, ment agreement. SAVE 1997 Buccaneer 70x14 2 h u n d r e d s . F a s t a n d BR, 2 full BA's, new in- e a s y . C a l l 1 - 8 8 8 - 7 3 3 terior paint & carpet 7 1 6 5 . 2 4 / 7 . one end to other. Delivered & set up for only STORAGE, INDOOR/ $14,900. 662-296-5923. OUTDOOR WANT A new house, but do not like the price? Consider this 2009 16x80 Cavalier, 3 BR, 2 full BA's (just like new), vinyl siding shingle roof, refrig., stove, dishwasher, C/H/A, master bath has tub/separate shower. Sold for $39,200. Must sacrifice for $28,900. Delivery & set up. 662-2965923.

AMERICAN MINI STORAGE 2058 S. Tate Across from World Color

287-1024

MORRIS CRUM MINI-STORAGE 286-3826.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY

ESTATE AUCTION

Email ad to: freeads @dailycorinthian.com or classad@dailycorinthian. com

SATURDAY - MAY 25, 2013 @ 10:00 A.M. 1802 W. BORROUM CIRCLEOr mail ad to Free Ads, Box 1800, Corinth, CORINTH, MS 38834 P.O. MS 38835, fax ad to 662287-3525 or bring ad to 1607 S. Harper Rd., Corinth.

WE HAVE BEEN CONSIGNED TO SELL *NO PHONE CALLS AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE REMAINING CONTENTS PLEASE. INCLUDE NAME & ADDRESS FOR OUR REFROM THE MARY FRANCIS HUTSON ESTATE. CORDS. THE CONTENTS WILL SELL REGARDLESS OF PRICE. THE REAL ESTATE WILL SELL WITH COURT APPROVAL.

“Because Little Things Mean A Lot, Give Him a Gift From The Heart”

This fixer upper has 1570 +/- heated square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas central heat & air, 2 car carport, nice lot with lots of shade trees. This house is in a quiet, older area, just off Shiloh Road. This is a great starter home or prime investment property.

DON’T MISS THIS ONE!!!

Contents Coffee table, end tables, side table, electric & kerosene lamps, sofa, chairs, rocker, recliner, mirrors, odd tables, refrigerator, stove, dryer, tv, bookcase, pictures, plant stands, ceramics, trinkets, silver tray, bowl, pitcher & candlesticks, pitcher & bowl, hat boxes. walker, ornaments, vacuum, books, tools, misc. items. TERMS: Cash, personal or company checks accepted with bank letter of guarantee made to Mid-South Real Estate Sales & Auctions. Payment due in full on sale day on all personal property. Everything is sold as-is, where-is, with no guarantee. 10% buyers premium will be added to determine the fi nal price. REAL ESTATE TERMS: Cash, personal or company checks accepted with bank letter of guarantee made to Mid-South Real Estate Sales & Auctions. 10% down day of sale, balance due in full upon delivery of deed in 30 days or less. Everything is believed true, but not guaranteed. Any announcement made sale day supersedes all advertisements. Property will be sold as-is, where-is with no guarantee. Auctioneer reserves the right to group & regroup as he sees fit.

10% buyers premium will be added to determine the final bid. IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT, CALL US SCOTTY LITTLE (sales) mal#150 or STEVE LITTLE (broker)

MID-SOUTH REAL ESTATE SALES & AUCTIONS 110 HWY 72 E. CORINTH, MS 38834 662-286-2488 WWW.MS-AUCTION.COM

This year give him that picture perfect Father’s Day Gift. Send us your favorite photograph of Dad, a memorable photo of Dad and the family or just a funny little snapshot to publish in our Father’s Day Section in The Daily Corinthian on Sunday, June 16, 2013. You may include a short description with names or memo (approx. 10-20 words).

THE COST IS ONLY $10.00 (MUST BE PREPAID)

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

1607 S. Harper Rd., Corinth, MS or Email to classad@dailycorinthian.com (only 1 picture per ad)

HURRY! DEADLINE IS MONDAY, JUNE 10, 2013


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 1C PROCEEDINGS OF THE ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APRIL (1) Approval of Minutes of March 18, 2013 (2) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through April 1, 2013 (March 18, 2013 – April 1, 2013) (3) Sandy Mitchell – Introduction of Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau New Director – Christy Burns (4) Sam Wiginton and Keena Wiginton – Bridge on CR 346 (5) Resignation – Jamie Anderson – Alcorn County Tax Collector’s Office (6) Authorization to Hire Melissa Gaines – Alcorn County Tax Collector’s Office (7) Authorization to Hire Tammy Mask – Alcorn County Tax Collector’s Office (8) Doug Mullins – Warden – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (9) Authorization to Hire Cody Tyson – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (10) Authorization to Hire Jessica Fowler – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (11) Authorization to Hire Billy Barnes – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (12) Authorization to Hire Ryan Willis – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (13) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for George McCoy (14) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Will Johnson (15) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Courtney Parker (16) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Jesse Hurst (17) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Tracy Patterson (18) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for John Newcomb (19) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Boyce Besinger (20) Ricky Gibens – Emergency Management (21) Travel Authorization – Alcorn County Emergency Services Coordinator Ricky Gibens and Two 911 Employees to attend Mississippi Preparedness Summit– April 17-19, 2013, in Biloxi, MS (22) Assessment Changes (23) Mississippi Public Service Commission Regular Meeting set for Tuesday, April 2, 2013 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 9, 2013 (24) Notification from Office of State Aid Road Construction – Project No. LSBP-02(21) CR 346 – Program for this project has been approved (25) Travel Authorization – Supervisors, Chancery Clerk, Purchase Clerk - Mississippi Association of Supervisors 84th Annual Convention – June 17-20, 2013 in Biloxi, MS (26) Travel Authorization – Bobby Marolt and Willie Justice – Domestic Violence Training Oktibbeha County –April 30, 2013 at Mississippi State University (27) Interlocal Agreement with Town of Farmington – Narcotic Officers (28) Acceptance of Release from State Audit Department concerning Crossroads Arena (29) Caterpillar DIP Project – Request for Cash (30) Alcorn County Sheriff – Proposed Memorial Garden (31) Small Construction Notice of Intent – LSBP Project No. LSBP-02(20) – County Road 655 (32) Naming of Kimberly Clark Access Road (33) Purchase Clerk – Report on Internet Equipment Sales (34) Purchase Clerk – JDC Meals (35) Purchase Clerk – Garbage Truck Bids (36) Refinance Garbage Trucks (37) Travel Authorization – Constables Roger Voyles and Chuck Hinds - Constables Association Meeting, April 11-12, 2013, in Natchez, MS (38) Travel Authorization – Constables Roger Voyles and Chuck Hinds - Constables Association Meeting, April 11-12, 2013, in Natchez, MS (39) Consideration of Solid Waste Disposal Contract Proposals – Action on Same (40) Approval of Minutes of April 1, 2013 and Minutes of Joint Meeting of City and County – CACVB on March 26, 2013 (41) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through April 15, 2013 (April. 1, 2013 - April 15, 2013) (42) Presentation by Therray Taylor – Alcorn Industries (43) Doug Mullins – Warden – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (44) Assessment Changes (45) Shelly Hopkins – Juvenile Detention Center Report (46) Certificate of Attendance – Stevan Little – 2013 Justice Court Judges Spring Conference (47) Certificate of Attendance – Jimmy McGee - 2013 Justice Court Judges Spring Conference (48) Delinquent Tax Settlement – March 2013 (49) Tax Settlement – March 2013 (50) Announcement from Election Commission – Billy Bearden, Third District Election Commissioner (51) Certificate of Attendance – Ricky Gibens – Solid Waste Enforcement Officer Training Seminar (52) Letter of Resignation – Travis Waco Epperson – Corinth/Alcorn County Airport Board of Directors (53) Letter from Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. to Office of State Aid Road Construction – Project No. LSBP-02(21) CR 346 (54) Letter from Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. to Office of State Aid Road Construction – Project No. SAP-02(13)M, Farmington Road (CR 200) (55) Notification from Office of State Aid Road Construction – Project No. SAP-02(18)S – Final Inspection has been made (56) Bridge Inventory Update for 2013 – Bridge Inspection Report, Bridge Inspection Summary, Detail of Closed Bridges, Report of Critical Findings, and Bridge Posting Report (57) Approval of City of Rienzi’s Request to use 2 TS Voting Machines for their upcoming Municipal Election held in June 2013 (58) Travel Authorization – Pat Ray, Steve Wallace and Sherry Flanders – Veterans Service Officers Training – May 15, 2013 through May 17, 2013, in Tupelo, MS (59) Request from Trent Kelly, District Attorney – Salary Increase for April Bostick Wood (60) Receipt of Application for Exemption from Ad Valorem Taxation –Kimberly Clark Corporation (61) Interlocal Cooperation Agreement – Alcorn County and City of Farmington – Housing of Inmates – Approval by Attorney General (62) Certificate of Liability Insurance – Python Corporation (63) Notice of Insurance Claim – Date of Loss February 7, 2013 (64) Homestead Disallowances – 2012 (65) Authorization to Pay Invoice – Alcorn County – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Revenue Acct. Requisition No. 16 (66) Travel Authorization – Tammy Mask and Melissa Gaines – Tax Collectors Office – Collector of Revenue 1 Training Course May 20-24, 2013, in Oxford, MS (67) Travel Authorization – Josh Hodum – Alcorn County Deputy Coroner – Rad Forensics Imaging Conference, April 30 – May 2, 2013, in Tunica, MS (68) Sheriff – Defibrillators for Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (69) County Engineer – Pay Request of TLSL for Manpower Road – Request No. 3 (70) County Engineer – Chalybeate Water Extension Project – Authorization to Publish Notice of Public Hearing – May 3, 2013 (71) Opening of Financing Quotes for 2012 John Deere Tractor - 2nd District (72) Authorization to Advertise for Bids – Liquid Asphalt and Seal Rock (73) Signed Lease for Garbage Trucks (74) Request from Tim Mitchell – 3rd District – Hire Johnny Stewart Part-Time Employee (75) New Board Meeting Location – Publication of Notice (76) Executive Session Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1613 ALLIANCE COLLECTION GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1613 ALLIANCE COLLECTION GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1614 FIRST HERITAGE CREDIT GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1615 1ST FRANKLIN FINANCIAL GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1616 REPUBLIC FINANCE GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1617 TOM SWEAT GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1618 TOWER LOANS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1619 SMALL LOANS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1620 FIDELITY NATIONAL LOANS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1621 MAGNOLIA FINANCIAL GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1622 WEAVER APTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1623 KEITH WINDHAM GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1624 APPROVED CASH ADVANCE GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1625 QUICK WAY OF CORINTH GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1627 MS COURT COLLECTIONS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1970 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS Department Total 1532.01 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC.

35.00 35.00 35.00 40.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 465.88 571.13

59.90

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1790 BEAU RIVAGE 154.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1790 BEAU RIVAGE GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1790 BEAU RIVAGE GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1791 DAL NELMS 192.90 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1200.20 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 511.29 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 119.58 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1969 DAL NELMS 824.60 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1969 DAL NELMS GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.67 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1680.29 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 701.31 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 164.02 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.15 Department Total 28497.51 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1635 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 245.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1640 ARCHIVES BINDERY 133.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1640 ARCHIVES BINDERY 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1641 GE CAPITAL 277.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 25.10 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 14.70 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.95 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1787 HILTON HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER 159.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1787 HILTON HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1787 HILTON HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1865 HASLER, INC 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1868 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN 392.16 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4910.92 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 863.15 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 823.37 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 349.52 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 81.74 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.75 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1897 ARCHIVES BINDERY 133.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1897 ARCHIVES BINDERY 133.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1904 RAYCO, INC. 14.46 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1904 RAYCO, INC. 34.48 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 388.52 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 37.60 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 296.46 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. -4.25 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1939 BOBBY MAROLT 88.22 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1941 MAILFINANCE 825.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1949 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 4596.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1949 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1949 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5027.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 863.15 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 120.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 441.66 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 300.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 962.91 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 410.06 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 95.89 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1542.77 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10.87 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.33 Department Total 27221.25 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1870 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 5690.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1870 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 207.05 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 78.11 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.27 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 206.32 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.45 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.30 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1903 GE CAPITAL 299.01 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1904 RAYCO, INC. 10.91 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1918 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 296.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1918 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 12.90 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 766.67 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 316.39 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 122.07 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.55 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 46.55 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.21 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.02 Department Total 11285.46 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 281.40 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 281.40 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 Department Total 5146.04 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1629 NEOPOST USA INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1638 THE PHONE BOOTH 20.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1648 VENTURE TECHNOLOGIES 59.95 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6844.29 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 938.33 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 414.67 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 96.98 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33.44 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1889 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 568.26 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1889 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 26.30 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1889 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 300.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1889 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 1080.81 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1904 RAYCO, INC. 34.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1911 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 139.50 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1911 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 8.40 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1912 THE WATER MAN 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1914 PREMISE, INC. 65.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1921 DE LAGE LANDEN 233.74 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1957 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 764.88 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1959 CENTER FOR GOVERNMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1959 CENTER FOR GOVERNMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1959 CENTER FOR GOVERNMENTAL TECHNOLOGY GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1959 CENTER FOR GOVERNMENTAL TECHNOLOGY GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1962 HASLER, INC 999.32 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5333.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6836.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1695.41 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 743.30 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 173.84 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2133.44 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.03 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33.39 Department Total 31586.48 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 1874 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 1874 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 1874 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 Department Total 525.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2626.41 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 374.52 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 162.83 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.08 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 400.02 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.82 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.13 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2626.41 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 374.52 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 162.83 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.08 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 400.02 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.82 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.13 Department Total 7235.62 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.34 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1708.52 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 552.42 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 234.61 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 54.87 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 666.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.92 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1708.52 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 552.42 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 234.61 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 54.87 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 666.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.92 Department Total 10835.48 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.33 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 190.14 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 82.45 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.29 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 323.99 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.28 Department Total 1951.48 GENERAL COUNTY LAW CLERKS SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY 1686 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 96.00 Department Total 96.00

CONTINUED ON 2C


2C • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

CONTINUED FROM 1C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1601 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1602 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1602 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1602 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1602 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1602 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1612 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1632 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1633 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1633 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1634 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1637 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1639 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1639 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1642 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1642 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1642 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1642 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1643 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1643 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1646 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1647 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1651 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1652 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1652 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1652 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1652 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1654 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1654 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1655 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1655 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1656 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1656 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1656 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1656 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1657 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1658 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1660 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1660 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1660 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1661 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1662 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1696 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1697 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1700 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1700 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1700 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1702 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1702 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1702 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1703 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1704 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1788 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1788 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1788 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1788 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1789 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1789 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1789 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1789 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1869 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1876 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1879 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1879 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1884 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1885 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1885 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1886 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1886 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1886 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1887 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1887 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1888 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1892 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1893 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1893 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1893 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1893 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1895 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1896 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1899 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1899 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1901 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1902 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1902 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1907 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1907

Amount CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 253.08 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 46.45 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 362.90 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 74.97 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 40.30 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 87.19 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 122.52 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 51.86 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 562.20 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1262.37 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 331.99 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 528.42 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 53.09 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 83.17 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.61 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS 4.04 TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. 5964.00 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 52.31 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 52.89 SMITH HOME CENTER 120.00 SMITH HOME CENTER 84.95 SMITH HOME CENTER 7.45 SMITH HOME CENTER 60.00 SMITH CABINET SHOP 404.70 SMITH CABINET SHOP 77.70 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES .88 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES .34 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 28.38 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 179.55 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 5.66 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 7.56 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.18 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 8.70 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.78 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 204.72 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 5.67 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 16.47 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 71.19 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 23.45 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 81.21 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 86.42 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 20.86 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.77 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.98 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 28.47 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 48.36 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 35.55 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 91.77 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 11.89 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 14.04 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 15.42 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 33.22 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 14.19 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 28.48 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 56.42 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 8.90 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 66.46 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 44.84 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 101.43 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.28 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 23.18 ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 16.95 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 TASH SIGN SERVICE, LLC 732.20 TASH SIGN SERVICE, LLC 85.00 TASH SIGN SERVICE, LLC 44.95 TASH SIGN SERVICE, LLC 15.75 TKE 1072.50 TKE 880.00 TIM LETSON 687.50 TIM LETSON 35.00 LAKESIDE FRAME SHOPPE 400.00 LAKESIDE FRAME SHOPPE 33.35 LAKESIDE FRAME SHOPPE 208.55 LAKESIDE FRAME SHOPPE 39.75 REIDBUILT GENERATOR & STARTER CO. 238.50 BRIGGS, INC. 23.30 BRIGGS, INC. 198.20 BRIGGS, INC. 151.20 BRIGGS, INC. 8.60 BRIGGS, INC. 22.60 BRIGGS, INC. 5.70 BRIGGS, INC. 15.70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 24.21 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 151.72 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 87.76 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.80 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE .98 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.58 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 5.99 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 15.49 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 8.49 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 8.33 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 31.90 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.74 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.67 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 8.20 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.62 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.83 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 71.13 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 51.44 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.47 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 37.21 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 83.17 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 251.78 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 2050.55 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 599.46 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 250.15 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 271.14 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 792.10 RICHARD STANFEL 700.00 RICHARD STANFEL 2800.00 AT&T 1694.12 AT&T 56.28 AT&T 42.21 AT&T 90.26 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 123.07 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 5.47 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 12.25 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 42.15 C SPIRE WIRELESS 42.22 PATTERSON ELECTRIC 120.00 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 75.05 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 84.58 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.61 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 30.00 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 9.42 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 19.87 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 20.93 SHERWIN WILLIAMS 26.12 SHERWIN WILLIAMS 13.93 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 82.87 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 62.40 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 10.76 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.47 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 42.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 32.28 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 22.59 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 33.88 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 12.36 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 26.50 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 31.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 31.44 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 3.79 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.97 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 31.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 6.18 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 79.98 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.97 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 35.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 10.99 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.97 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 10.76 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 29.90 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 4.09 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 3.89 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 10.99 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 58.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 32.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.97 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 29.90 MOMAR 120.00 MOMAR 22.06 MOMAR 121.36 MOMAR 18.56 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 132.68 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 993.90 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 216.32 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 67.88 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 27.64 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 42.14 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 52.31 TRI-STATE ELECTRIC OF CORINTH, INC. 1978.80 TRI-STATE ELECTRIC OF CORINTH, INC. 478.80 S & G CONSTRUCTION LLC 8763.00 B & B CONCRETE COMPANY, INC. 83.90 B & B CONCRETE COMPANY, INC. 60.00 SMITH CABINET SHOP 42.00 SMITH CABINET SHOP 15.12

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 185.68 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 123.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 11.34 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 102.24 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 12.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.43 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 7.58 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 47.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.76 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 23.72 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 36.79 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 4.34 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 2.64 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 12.84 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 24.48 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.73 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.45 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 117.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 84.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 42.25 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.26 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1913 ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 16.95 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1913 ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 38.90 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1915 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1916 CORINTH BRICK CO., INC 44.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1916 CORINTH BRICK CO., INC 27.90 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1916 CORINTH BRICK CO., INC 151.05 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1916 CORINTH BRICK CO., INC 151.05 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1917 UNITED PRINT SERVICES 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1917 UNITED PRINT SERVICES 15.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1920 LEAF 251.48 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1922 JUSTIN CROTTS 612.69 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1924 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1925 TKE 962.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1926 TIM LETSON 887.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1929 A-1 ACOUSTICAL 6800.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1930 SHIPMAN FABRICATORS 750.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1930 SHIPMAN FABRICATORS 7700.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 37.10 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 72.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 23.30 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 198.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 151.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 15.70 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 8.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 22.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 5.70 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 10.90 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 198.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 201.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 15.70 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1934 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 55.80 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1936 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 76.32 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1936 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 9.57 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 14.94 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 23.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 14.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.49 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 31.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 40.95 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 39.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.36 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.49 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 13.66 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 13.66 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 78.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.54 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.11 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 13.28 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.52 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.15 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.43 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.96 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 38.11 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 15.63 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.72 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 50.84 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 50.89 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.52 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 41.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 13.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1938 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.68 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1942 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 69.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1942 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 104.45 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1942 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 857.28 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1942 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 926.72 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1952 RICHARD STANFEL 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1955 RICHARD STANFEL 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 506.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 109.73 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 40.30 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 87.27 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 71.51 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 44.92 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 52.60 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 175.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 334.10 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1966 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 110.91 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2810.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 400.78 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 158.53 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 37.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.78 Department Total 72151.66 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1671 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 525.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1684 PREMISE, INC. 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1684 PREMISE, INC. 423.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1685 I B M CORPORATION 1920.67 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1685 I B M CORPORATION 169.83 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1689 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 210.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1689 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 120.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1690 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 290.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1690 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 270.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1690 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 250.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1691 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 1100.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1691 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1951 COMCAST CABLE 212.79 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1960 COMCAST CABLE 141.90 Department Total 7213.19 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1608 PURCHASE POWER 107.99 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1667 VETERANS SERVICE CENTER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1455.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 560.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 287.34 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 122.84 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.73 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.91 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1947 MS STATE VETERANS AFFAIRS BOARD 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1947 MS STATE VETERANS AFFAIRS BOARD 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1947 MS STATE VETERANS AFFAIRS BOARD 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1455.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 240.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 241.70 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 103.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.09 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.31 Department Total 5456.03 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1605 AMY COLE LOTHORP 237.32 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1609 KIMBERLY C VAN 456.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1877 MELODY J POWELL 56.50 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1878 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 3890.48 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1940 PAMELA DALLAS 632.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 770.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 62.74 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.74 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.17 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 111.12 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.20 Department Total 6278.85 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1599 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 700.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1649 BANC OF AMERICA LEASING 223.04 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1692 LINDA WHITE 440.70 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1705 CHRISTOPHER KELLEY 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1706 ARCHIE HARVILLE 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1707 ERIN TAYLOR 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1708 MICHAEL DELLINGER 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1709 BRIAN DILWORTH 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1710 MARY NELMS 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1711 JEREMY A SCOTT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1712 JOSEPH JONES 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1713 LINDA DAY 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1714 JOHNNY RUSS 31.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1715 GREGORY RICHARDSON 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1716 ASHLEIGH JACABS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1717 FRANK MARINO 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1718 JUDY LAMBETH 64.80

CONTINUED ON 3C


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 3C

CONTINUED FROM 2C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1719 TAMARA HANSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1720 MICHAEL GILMORE 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1721 ANGELA JIMMAR 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1722 BENNY SOUTHWARD 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1723 THERESA HEAVENER 38.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1724 CINDY DAVIS 76.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1725 JUSTIN DOREN 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1726 IRMA CAGER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1727 DOUGLAS HOLLIS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1728 CARROLL MASON JR 64.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1729 TAMMY J RORIE 34.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1730 JERRY MCMEANS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1731 CORTEZ KEITH 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1732 CHARLES GARRETT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1733 FLORENCE SAPPINGTON 70.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1734 CHERYL SKELTON 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1735 NANCY GUNN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1736 KENNY BURNS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1737 TAMMY BLAKNEY 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1738 JOSEPH DWYER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1739 PATSY CORNELIUS 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1740 JANE CHAMBLE 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1741 MICHAEL COLN 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1742 LINDA SHAW 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1743 BEN ALBARRACIN 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1744 BRITTANY HOLLEY 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1745 LARRY HUDSON 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1746 TRENA RIGGS 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1747 BRUCE DOBBS 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1748 BRITTANY WELLS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1749 BOBBY ALLEN 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1750 JACQUELINE MAYES 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1751 JAMES MCLEMORE 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1752 MEGAN SEAGO 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1753 HUBERT CULVER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1754 MELISSA BERRYMAN 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1755 GREGORY BULLARD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1756 TRINT BAGGETT 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1757 SHIRLEY LASSITER 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1758 WINIFRED BEECH 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1759 LINDA HARLAND 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1760 PAM MILLER 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1761 LATASHA CARROLL 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1762 JOE COOPER 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1763 ANITA SPENCER 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1764 ROBERT KELLY 37.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1765 ROBERT SHARP 31.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1766 BRENDA JOHNSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1767 MARY LEONAD 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1768 JAY ESSARY 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1769 COLISHA GWYN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1770 LORINE HASTINGS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1771 JOHN GREENLEE 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1772 BONNIE DUQUETTE 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1773 TAMMIE KIDDY 31.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1774 JAMIE COUNCE 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1775 SHALAINE MILLER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1776 TODD MITCHELL 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1777 DANA MCLAIN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1778 CHARLES LOZADA 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1779 JUDY MILLS 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1780 LEONARD EVETTS 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1781 HERMAN LAFEVER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1782 ANTHONY MODLIN 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1783 KIMBERLY SCOTT 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1784 JONATHAN MAYFIELD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1785 JEFF MANSEL 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1864 KAY MARTIN LARSON 1029.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1867 CLAY S. NAILS 1250.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1871 THE PIT STOP 219.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1872 LEE COUNTY 1255.10 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1872 LEE COUNTY 61.98 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1875 KIMBERLY D BOUNDS 1149.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1878 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 4622.73 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 378.17 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 158.14 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 36.98 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 314.11 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 56.84 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.62 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.75 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1200.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1904 RAYCO, INC. 54.23 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1912 THE WATER MAN 51.50 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1794 DAVID HUFF 33.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1795 AMY SNYDER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1796 LARRY BRINKLEY 35.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1797 JEANNIE COOK 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1798 SANDRA ROGERS 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1799 JOEL DRIVER 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1800 SHARON CALHOUN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1801 TIMOTHY GEORGE 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1802 MARY TAYLOR 30.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1803 HARRY JORDAN 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1804 JASEN CARTER 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1805 JAMES MONROE 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1806 KATHLEEN MASTERS 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1807 RICHELLE STARK 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1808 MATTHEW RHODES 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1809 JASON SPENCER 35.25 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1810 VICKIE MILAM 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1811 RONALD EDMOND 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1812 NITA MISKELLEY 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1813 RONALD SHELTON 38.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1814 JAMES MITCHELL 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1815 DONNA MCCORMACK 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1816 WILLIAM GREEN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1817 LARRY NELMS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1818 FRANK JOHNSON 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1819 TAMMY LEATHERWOOD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1820 BILLY NULL 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1821 CHRIS ESTEP 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1822 JEFFERY JOHNSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1823 JASON RORIE 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1824 THOMAS FETT 30.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1825 MARSHA BRIGGS 31.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1826 JAMES CHAPPELLE 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1827 JENNIFER MCCOY 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1828 JANET LINDSEY 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1829 AMANDA TURNER 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1830 PHYLLIS ALEXANDER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1831 VIC MARLAR 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1832 BRODERICK AGNEW 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1833 JASMAN CAGER 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1834 CORTNIE CHRISTIAN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1835 LARRY E BARNETT 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1836 DIANE LANCASTER 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1837 RODNEY HOLLOWELL 30.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1838 TONY PATTERSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1839 MICHAEL BOGAN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1840 STEVE LAMBERT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1841 MICHAEL DOBBINS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1842 DONITA PATTERSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1843 JOHNNY BOX 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1844 TRENA NULL 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1845 TERRY GURLEY 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1846 RICHARD CONNER 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1847 MICHAEL SMITH 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1848 CINDY HERFORD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1849 MICHAEL BURGESS 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1850 NATHAN HODGES 30.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1851 TOSHA VANDERFORD 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1852 STEPHANIE GODWIN 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1853 BRITTANY HUDGES 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1854 MANDY BRYANT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1855 RITCHIE SHIPMAN 38.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1856 SHARON HALL 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1857 SAMUEL DIXON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1858 RONALD DUNCAN 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1859 JOYCE STOCKDALE 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1860 CHRISTOPHER MORISON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1861 JO RHETT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1862 MARVLENE CUMMING 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1863 WILLIAM W HARLAND 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1943 SHAREN KAYE SEWELL 242.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1943 SHAREN KAYE SEWELL 110.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1944 ELLIE HUGH ROWLAND 157.50 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1945 GEORGE BURNS 157.50 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1946 LARRY CRUM 157.50 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1961 META BETTS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4668.72 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4958.34 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 220.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7020.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 157.50 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2396.33 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1045.90 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 244.61 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.30 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.55 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.43 Department Total 43292.52 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1599 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1599 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1599 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1603 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1603 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1603 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1604 JOHN O WINDSOR GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1604 JOHN O WINDSOR 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1687 TRENT L SPENCER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1882 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1882 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1882 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 225.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1883 JOHN O WINDSOR GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1883 JOHN O WINDSOR 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.80 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.15 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.07 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.63 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .16 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.06 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1912 THE WATER MAN 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1450.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 237.57 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 109.25 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.54 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 597.64 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.20 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.26 Department Total 3981.08 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1626 BOBBY MAROLT 825.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1626 BOBBY MAROLT GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1626 BOBBY MAROLT 850.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 458.34 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.42 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.65 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.29 Department Total 2170.70 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1641 GE CAPITAL 137.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 120.99 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4686.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1148.31 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 490.25 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 114.65 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.20 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1912 THE WATER MAN 33.25 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 39.50 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1953 DANNY G DIXON 25.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1953 DANNY G DIXON GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1954 SHIRLEY PATTERSON 25.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1954 SHIRLEY PATTERSON GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1964 AT&T MOBILITY 33.59 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4586.87 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1134.17 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 484.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 113.21 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.70 Department Total 23189.99 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1600 JOSH HODUM 116.63 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1682 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 656.97 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1682 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 50.75 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1873 MSME 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1881 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 160.44 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1958 AT&T MOBILITY 50.26 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1958 AT&T MOBILITY 119.94 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1963 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 76.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 900.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2375.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 467.02 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 201.17 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.05 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.23 Department Total 8678.32 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1666 TRENT KELLY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY 700.00 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1633.34 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 232.91 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 100.98 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.62 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.14 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 691.67 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3966.67 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5966.68 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1515.12 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 656.58 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 153.56 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.38 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 49.49 Department Total 17310.10 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1688 ROBERT G MOORE 423.17 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4666.67 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 665.47 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 287.46 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 67.23 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 6647.11 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6562.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 935.82 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 399.73 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 93.49 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.26 Department Total 9082.02 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATION 1665 LEE COUNTY 456.93 Department Total 456.93 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT ADMINISTRATION 1665 LEE COUNTY 1019.30 Department Total 1019.30 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1316.75 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 187.77 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 78.14 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.27 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 219.25 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.52 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.57 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.30 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 650.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4284.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 840.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 333.68 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 404.27 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 94.55 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2821.24 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.84 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.11 Department Total 12786.26 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1607 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1772.33 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1607 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1652.32 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1607 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1955.05 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1644 AUTO ZONE, INC. 51.14 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1644 AUTO ZONE, INC. 27.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1644 AUTO ZONE, INC. 11.07 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1645 SHAMROCK MOTOR COMPANY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1645 SHAMROCK MOTOR COMPANY 520.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1650 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MGT, INC 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1653 DE LAGE LANDEN 269.04 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1661 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1695 SMITH SERVICES 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1695 SMITH SERVICES 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1792 CHARLES RINEHART 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1866 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2269.12 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1880 AUTO ZONE, INC. 12.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1880 AUTO ZONE, INC. 59.58 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1880 AUTO ZONE, INC. 44.89 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2104.18 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19209.02 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2988.57 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1264.16 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 295.65 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3466.84 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.20 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 101.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1890 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 17.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1890 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 79.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1890 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 3.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1894 CITIZENS PAGE 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1894 CITIZENS PAGE 20.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1894 CITIZENS PAGE 24.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1894 CITIZENS PAGE 15.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1894 CITIZENS PAGE 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1898 HAMMOND WRECKER SERVICE 5.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1904 RAYCO, INC. 55.41 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1906 SMITH HOME CENTER 59.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1906 SMITH HOME CENTER 66.75 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1906 SMITH HOME CENTER 24.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1906 SMITH HOME CENTER 1.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1906 SMITH HOME CENTER 4.47 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 6.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 27.89 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 71.52 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 45.86 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 3.69 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 75.95

CONTINUED ON 4C


4C • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

CONTINUED FROM 3C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 15.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 87.92 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 16.18 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 249.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 2.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 65.09 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 23.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 4.84 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 5.81 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 1.39 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 10.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 97.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 12.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -97.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -12.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 5.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 20.69 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. 167.38 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -49.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -12.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -40.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -3.39 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1908 AUTO ZONE, INC. -174.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 45.60 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 2.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 4.73 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1909 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.39 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 69.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 32.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 25.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 3.90 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 4.11 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1910 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 19.03 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1919 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1919 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1921 DE LAGE LANDEN 269.04 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1923 DEVELOPMENTAL INDUSTRIES, INC 185.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1923 DEVELOPMENTAL INDUSTRIES, INC 440.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1923 DEVELOPMENTAL INDUSTRIES, INC 185.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1923 DEVELOPMENTAL INDUSTRIES, INC 440.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1927 VDO COMMUNICATIONS 357.79 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1928 MED SUPPLY PLUS, INC 10150.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 48.80 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 23.30 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1933 BRIGGS, INC. 25.20 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1934 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 209.25 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.58 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.30 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1948 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1876.56 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 124.72 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.51 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5999.66 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2104.18 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19332.52 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3875.82 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1639.67 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 383.47 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3860.28 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.97 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 102.57 Department Total 94392.57 GENERAL COUNTY CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 1606 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 37800.00 Department Total 37800.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1630 COMCAST CABLE 71.97 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1631 C SPIRE WIRELESS 68.96 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1786 NORTH MS REGIONAL TRAINING ACADEMY 900.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1786 NORTH MS REGIONAL TRAINING ACADEMY GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1788 A T & T 44.74 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1789 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 1.01 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5613.84 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1025.47 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 430.04 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 100.58 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1844.13 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1904 RAYCO, INC. 12.62 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 497.01 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 833.67 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5595.04 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1141.67 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 480.04 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 112.27 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1894.18 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.35 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.58 Department Total 23917.41 GENERAL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE 1673 MAGNOLIA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER 416.65 Department Total 416.65 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1598 CHARLES C HINDS, JR 3065.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.84 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.41 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .80 Department Total 3132.05 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1597 ROGER VOYLES 2540.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 190.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.09 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.78 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.76 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 3308.74 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1611 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 134.79 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1611 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 142.42 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1646 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 46.04 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1694 COMCAST CABLE 28.13 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1698 RICKY GIBENS 41.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1699 CABOT LODGE - MILLSAPS 79.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1881 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 149.42 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1881 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 235.96 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 82.63 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 30.95 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 31.48 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 49.95 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 24.95 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 486.16 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 20.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 3.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 15.90 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 2.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1900 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 2.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1931 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 80.51 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1932 REIDBUILT GENERATOR & STARTER CO. 160.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 9.49 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.94 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1937 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.51 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 124.71 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 124.72 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.51 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1950 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.51 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 82.94 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1967 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 76.68 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1968 AT&T MOBILITY 234.47 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3416.67 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 487.22 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 208.23 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 48.70 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.79 Department Total 7262.49 GENERAL COUNTY AIRPORT 1676 CORINTH-ALCORN AIRPORT BOARD 8983.33 Department Total 8983.33 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1628 MISSISSIPPI VITAL RECORDS 147.00 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1677 ALCORN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 11091.42 Department Total 11238.42 GENERAL COUNTY RED CROSS 1663 AMERICAN RED CROSS 227.43 Department Total 227.43 GENERAL COUNTY RABIES AND ANIMAL CONTROL 1680 CORINTH ALCORN ANIMAL SHELTER 2083.33 Department Total 2083.33 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1683 CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1000.00 Department Total 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY TIMBER HILLS 1674 TIMBER HILLS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 4174.00 Department Total 4174.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1610 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.95 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.42 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 3.45 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1659 OFFICEPRO, INC. 35.34 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1664 ALCORN CO DEPT HUMAN SERVICES 450.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1788 A T & T 229.77 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1789 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 88.86 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 686.64 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.94 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 42.57 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.95 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.43 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1904 RAYCO, INC. 20.80 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1905 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 284.93 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1920 LEAF 196.46 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.92 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1965 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 504.91 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 503.26 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 48.52 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.21 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.29 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.52 Department Total 4229.14

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 1669 ALCORN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 10616.67 Department Total 10616.67 GENERAL COUNTY NE MS COMMUNITY SERVICES 1668 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY SERVICES 671.25 Department Total 671.25 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MS REGIONAL LIBRARY 1670 NORTHEAST REGIONAL LIBRARY 11355.75 Department Total 11355.75 GENERAL COUNTY CROSSROADS ARENA 1679 CROSSROADS ARENA 9187.50 Department Total 9187.50 GENERAL COUNTY JACINTO 1672 JACINTO FOUNDATION 2048.16 Department Total 2048.16 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM 1681 CROSSROADS MUSEUM 816.66 Department Total 816.66 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1675 SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION 330.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1144.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 163.13 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.41 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.47 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1793 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1144.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 163.13 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.41 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.47 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.68 Department Total 3666.50 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1636 KROGER - STORE 454 91.71 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1658 BRIGGS, INC. 25.20 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1693 MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE 1780.44 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1693 MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1701 C SPIRE WIRELESS 186.06 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1884 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 82.15 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1891 KROGER - STORE 454 92.02 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 93.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 14.67 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1956 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 92.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1386.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2538.01 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 238.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1971 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.27 Department Total 6695.27 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MS PLANNING & DEV 1671 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 1541.16 Department Total 1541.16 GENERAL COUNTY INCUBATOR BUILDING 1678 NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM 1225.00 Department Total 1225.00 Fund Total 595615.87 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 CREATIVE PRODUCTS SOURCING, INC - DARE 38.75 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 CREATIVE PRODUCTS SOURCING, INC - DARE 1312.50 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 CREATIVE PRODUCTS SOURCING, INC - DARE 547.10 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 CREATIVE PRODUCTS SOURCING, INC - DARE 113.90 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 7 DAVID DERRICK 241.47 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 7 DAVID DERRICK Department Total 2253.72 Fund Total 2253.72 CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 7 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 1659.82 CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 7 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 974.52 Department Total 2634.34 Fund Total 2634.34 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 70 TRI-STATE CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 550.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 71 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 56.01 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 72 OFFICEPRO, INC. 16.89 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 72 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.49 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 72 OFFICEPRO, INC. 99.89 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5757.95 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 922.49 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 414.95 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 97.05 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.07 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 74 GE CAPITAL 354.73 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 75 RAYCO, INC. 20.03 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 75 RAYCO, INC. 3.65 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 76 THE WATER MAN 18.25 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 77 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 28.25 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 77 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 49.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 78 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.32 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 78 OFFICEPRO, INC. 183.57 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5404.96 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 929.01 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 393.07 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 91.94 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.31 Department Total 20039.72 Fund Total 20039.72 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 75 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 90.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 76 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 837.50 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 76 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 30.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 77 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 187.50 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 77 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 23581.25 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 77 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 3812.50 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 77 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC 1680.63 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 78 VDO COMMUNICATIONS 357.79 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 79 JESCO, INC 643.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 79 JESCO, INC 19.97 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 79 JESCO, INC 69.76 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 80 BRIGGS, INC. 29.60 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 80 BRIGGS, INC. 24.40 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 80 BRIGGS, INC. 24.75 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 80 BRIGGS, INC. 25.40 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 81 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1490.28 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 81 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 122.44 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 83 DAVID BOREN 88.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10611.84 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1709.86 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 739.32 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 172.91 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2933.48 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20.68 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 59.62 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 84 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 45.99 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 84 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 24.99 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 85 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 124.72 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 85 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.51 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 86 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 37.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 87 C SPIRE WIRELESS 124.03 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11536.76 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1841.75 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 796.66 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 186.31 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2933.48 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20.68 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 64.24 Department Total 70117.60 Fund Total 70117.60 PARK AND RECREATION CORINTH/ALCORN COUNTY PARK 7 CORINTH-ALCORN COUNTY RECREATION COMM. 9979.21 Department Total 9979.21 Fund Total 9979.21 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 322 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 5.98 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 322 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 90.11 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 322 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 5.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 323 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 20877.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 19.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 8.34 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 19.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 27.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 28.16 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 324 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 24.56 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 325 GILMORE AUTOMOTIVE 63.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 325 GILMORE AUTOMOTIVE 105.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 326 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1638.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 327 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 43.54 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 327 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 6.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 328 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 83.98 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 34.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.33 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 16.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 29.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 42.31 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 330 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 63.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 331 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC 1101.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 240.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 220.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 332 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 333 HOOVER, INC. 147.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 334 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 21.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 335 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 30.94 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 335 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 54.65 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 209.58 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2460.95 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 64.21 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2609.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 121.56 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 3788.83 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 138.53 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 3104.34 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 340 AT&T MOBILITY 192.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 341 VERIZON WIRELESS 69.27 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 342 A T & T 30.64

CONTINUED ON 5C


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 5C

CONTINUED FROM 4C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 343 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .07 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 80.15 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2748.43 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 137.49 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2250.70 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 346 DR. WILLIAM JACKSON 60.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3840.63 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4325.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1164.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 500.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 117.10 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 40.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 347 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 28.35 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 348 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 104.81 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 348 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 8.36 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 348 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 105.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 348 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 125.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 348 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 4.97 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 349 TRUCK CENTER, INC. 67.51 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 350 FAIRBANKS SCALES, INC. 445.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 351 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1670.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 351 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 7.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 352 TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 13.93 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 353 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 16.09 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 353 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.93 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 354 CUBE ICE 209.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 99.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 50.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 808.62 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 150.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 413.22 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 2.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 355 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 356 TRI-STATE TRUCK CENTER, INC 1049.29 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 357 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 44.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 358 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 53.82 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 358 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 1.59 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 358 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 49.06 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 359 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 359 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.43 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 359 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 360 SMC RECYCLING INC 60.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 361 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 273.17 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 361 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 362 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 451.09 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 363 FARMINGTON WATER ASSOCIATION 24.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 364 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 197.48 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 364 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2343.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 365 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 365 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 110.81 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 365 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 247.37 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4012.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4442.52 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1194.56 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 518.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 121.29 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 41.82 Department Total 76540.31 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 329 STRIBLING EQUIPMENT, LLC 3850.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1215.93 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 338 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1246.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1166.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 166.27 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1166.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 166.27 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.60 Department Total 9696.31 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1150.61 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 339 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1088.60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 340 AT&T MOBILITY 106.06 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1217.79 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 345 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1217.48 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1578.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 225.13 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 92.34 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21.60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 344 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 364 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1219.11 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1646.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 234.76 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 96.52 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.57 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 366 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.78 Department Total 10469.92 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 336 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 4088.17 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 336 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 349.44 Department Total 4437.61 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 337 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1606.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 337 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 102.47 Department Total 1709.46 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 2 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK 249020.61 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 2 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK 531.24 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 2 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 2 TRUSTMARK NATIONAL BANK Department Total 249551.85 Fund Total 352405.46 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1 KNOCK-OUT SPECIALTIES, INC 79.80 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1 KNOCK-OUT SPECIALTIES, INC 39.90 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1 KNOCK-OUT SPECIALTIES, INC 13.61 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 25 AT&T MOBILITY 175.51 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 26 SCOTT DALTON 410.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 26 SCOTT DALTON 48.15 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 27 SMITH HOME CENTER 8.50 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 27 SMITH HOME CENTER 198.14 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 28 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 20.99 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 29 JAMES BUTLER 80.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 29 JAMES BUTLER Department Total 1074.60 Fund Total 1074.60 THE ALLIANCE THE ALLIANCE 7 THE ALLIANCE 10169.82 Department Total 10169.82 Fund Total 10169.82 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 212 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 219.92 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 212 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 211.59 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 212 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 449.96 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 212 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 200.81 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 213 COMCAST CABLE 48.18 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 214 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 462.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 214 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 75.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 214 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 15.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 215 FASTENAL COMPANY 20.25 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 215 FASTENAL COMPANY 4.65 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 216 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 20.37 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 216 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 23.12 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 217 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 217 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 218 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 761.84 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 218 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 218 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 2.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 219 HOOVER, INC. 490.47 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 219 HOOVER, INC. 489.12 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 219 HOOVER, INC. 326.20 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 220 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 52.90 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 220 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 54.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 224 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 19.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 225 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 336.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 226 A T & T 14.07 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 227 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .78 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 229 VERIZON WIRELESS 154.90 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 230 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 349.19 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 230 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 199.60 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 230 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 116.51 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 230 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 198.02 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5956.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 746.66 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 358.38 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 83.82 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.90 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 231 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 30.50 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 231 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 16.05 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 232 ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 50.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 232 ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 170.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 233 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1.14

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 233 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY .40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 300.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 235 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 59.95 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 236 HOOVER, INC. 320.16 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 236 HOOVER, INC. 322.75 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 237 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 89.88 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 237 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 55.65 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 238 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 337.24 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 238 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 269.70 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5956.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 746.66 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 358.38 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 83.82 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.90 Department Total 24743.12 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 221 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 233.53 Department Total 233.53 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 222 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 528.84 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 222 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 40.08 Department Total 568.92 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 223 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1593.48 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 223 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 86.01 Department Total 1679.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 221 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 11.95 Department Total 11.95 Fund Total 27237.01 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 276 WILL WRIGHT 38.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 277 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 308.88 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 277 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 57.52 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 277 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 280.69 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 277 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 351.17 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 278 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 950.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 278 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 975.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 279 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 58.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 36.04 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 15.52 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 16.13 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.30 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.97 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 20.84 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 5.20 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 280 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 123.47 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 281 TIMBES WRECKER SERVICE 300.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 282 WEATHER’S AUTO SUPPLY 295.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 283 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 43.17 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 284 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 123.83 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 3.79 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 6.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 21.16 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 3.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 31.96 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 285 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 28.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 286 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 37.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 286 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 42.95 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 287 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 5.29 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 287 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 7.49 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 287 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 13.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 287 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 5.80 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 288 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 80.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 440.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 350.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 289 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 290 JOSEPH MCNAIR 750.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 290 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 291 BROCKS CLEANUP SHOP 200.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 292 HOOVER, INC. 172.03 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 292 HOOVER, INC. 329.09 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 293 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 19.63 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 293 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 447.70 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 294 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 27.34 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 295 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.73 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 295 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 59.85 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 299 RICK CLAYTON 38.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 299 RICK CLAYTON 50.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 300 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 132.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 301 A T & T 14.07 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 302 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .07 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 304 KEVEN MOSS 38.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 305 C SPIRE WIRELESS 179.32 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 306 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 189.62 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 306 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 195.52 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 306 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 326.62 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6307.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 698.39 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 385.70 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.20 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.84 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 303 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.11 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 1209.30 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 60.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 9.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 49.95 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 70.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 19.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 91.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 6.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 307 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 12.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 308 NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. 90.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 309 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 370.13 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 69.71 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 11.78 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 6.68 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 16.23 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 11.49 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 3.21 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 43.98 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 15.28 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 71.96 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 310 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 22.72 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 311 UNITED PRINT SERVICES 237.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 312 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 313 JUSTIN CROTTS 675.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 313 JUSTIN CROTTS 600.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 313 JUSTIN CROTTS 150.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 313 JUSTIN CROTTS 1270.25 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 314 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 314 JOSEPH MCNAIR 770.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 315 AKW TRUCKING 1600.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 316 LINDSEY BROS. USED PARTS 75.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 176.38 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 499.20 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 333.60 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 158.78 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 168.96 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 317 HOOVER, INC. 498.34 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 318 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 123.47 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 318 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 379.53 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 319 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 7.49 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 319 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 145.66 Department Total 28659.27 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 297 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 856.33 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 297 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 56.37 Department Total 912.70 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 296 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 518.36 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 296 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 35.68 Department Total 554.04 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 298 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 284.45 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 298 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 15.60 Department Total 300.05 Fund Total 30426.06 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 179 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 13.75 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 179 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 14.20 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 179 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 13.50 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 179 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 14.80 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 179 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 18.59 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 180 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 908.93 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 180 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2624.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 180 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 39.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 180 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 109.20 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 181 KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION 189.99 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 181 KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION 100.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 182 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 182 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 183 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 4.98 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 183 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 6.49 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 183 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 14.49 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 183 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 23.94 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 184 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 35.10 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 187 EDDIE CLARK 42.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 188 A T & T 14.07 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 189 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .33 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 191 VERIZON WIRELESS 289.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6311.73 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 814.14 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 387.68 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.67 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 190 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.26 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 192 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 490.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 192 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 630.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 193 HOOVER, INC. 740.64

CONTINUED ON 6C


6C • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

CONTINUED FROM 5C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 193 HOOVER, INC. 166.46 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 194 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 265.08 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7392.28 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 845.95 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 454.67 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 106.34 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 195 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 36.67 Department Total 26325.53 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 186 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1113.44 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 186 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 5.28 Department Total 1118.72 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 185 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1229.86 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 185 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 66.61 Department Total 1296.47 Fund Total 28740.72 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 132.23 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 157 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 52.25 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 158 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 82.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 159 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 3.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 160 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 26.60 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 86.76 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 39.31 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 39.77 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3.57 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY -16.92 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY -23.58 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 86.76 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 16.92 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 23.58 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 21.67 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 14.22 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4.76 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 162 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 134.78 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 FASTENAL COMPANY 24.57 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 164 KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION 15.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 16.49 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 20.58 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 48.51 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 22.67 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 51.45 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 21.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 62.40 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 92.61 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 DON WHEELER 1200.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 296.93 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 51.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 27.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE .58 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.47 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.34 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.49 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.10 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 8.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 9.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 10.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 172 AT&T MOBILITY 53.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 A T & T 14.07 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .06 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5280.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 752.93 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 324.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 76.01 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.21 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 57.69 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 4.18 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 350.28 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 158.76 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 217.08 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 79.12 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 181.26 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 COLD MIX, INC. 1506.20 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 266.19 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 273.28 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 FASTENAL COMPANY 9.45 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 FASTENAL COMPANY 4.70 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 FASTENAL COMPANY 21.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 2.14 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 11.90 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.98 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 19.16 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 9.98 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.58 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 103.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 183 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 25.64 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 127.95 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5280.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 752.93 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 324.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 76.01 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.21 Department Total 22068.14 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 171 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 996.05 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 171 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 7.10 Department Total 1003.15 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 170 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 477.87 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 170 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 33.77 Department Total 511.64 Fund Total 23582.93 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 193.92 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 200.57 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 347.82 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 C SPIRE WIRELESS 68.96 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 60.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 WALNUT PARTS CO. 26.47 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 WALNUT PARTS CO. 4.36 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 FRANK MEADOR & SONS, INC. 40.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 316.48 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.29 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 275.40 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.13 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 279.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.02 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 15.66 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.34 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.70 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 28.63 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 20.43 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 183 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 108.44 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 183 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 37.19 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 183 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 42.73 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 A T & T 14.07 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 2.27 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 63.19 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 406.69 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 610.49 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 188 VERIZON WIRELESS 40.87 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3142.15 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 355.38 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 191.95 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 44.89 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.49 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 189 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 17.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 570.01 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 608.70 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.32 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 192 MARTIN SAND & GRAVEL 618.75 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 193 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 245.03 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 193 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 960.02 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3679.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 362.68 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 226.32 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 52.93 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.76 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.26 Department Total 15718.40 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 181 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1500.00 Department Total 1500.00 Fund Total 17218.40 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 14 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 273.60 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 15 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 180.00 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 15 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 6.83 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 15 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 125.80 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 16 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 138.20 Department Total 724.43 Fund Total 724.43 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 25 DANNY PETERS 800.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 25 DANNY PETERS 800.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 26 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 280.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 NORTH MS PIPE SOLUTION 427.80 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 NORTH MS PIPE SOLUTION 122.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 NORTH MS PIPE SOLUTION 213.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 NORTH MS PIPE SOLUTION 319.50 Department Total 2962.30 Fund Total 2962.30

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total CROSSROADS ARENA BOND 11/97 BOND ISSUES CROSSROADS ARENA BOND 11/97 BOND ISSUES Department Total Fund Total CATERPILLAR PROJECT - DIP 305 CATERPILLER PROJECT - DIP 305 CATERPILLAR PROJECT - DIP 305 CATERPILLER PROJECT - DIP 305 Department Total Fund Total JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 371 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 371 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 371 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 371 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 372 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 372 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 372 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 373 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 373 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 373 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 373 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 374 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 375 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 375 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 376 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 376 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 376 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 376 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 377 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 378 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 379 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 380 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 380 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 381 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 382 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 382 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 382 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 382 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 382 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 383 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 383 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 383 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 384 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 384 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 384 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 385 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 385 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 385 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 385 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 385 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 386 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 387 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 388 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 388 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 389 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 390 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 391 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 391 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 392 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 392 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 393 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 393 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 393 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 394 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 395 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 396 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 397 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 398 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 399 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 399 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 401 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 402 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 402 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 403 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 403 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 403 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 403 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 404 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 405 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 407 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 407 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 408 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 409 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 410 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 410 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 410 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 410 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 406 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 411 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 412 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 413 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 413 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 413 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 414

Amount 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL

CLEARING FUND 6341.50 CLEARING FUND 712.65 CLEARING FUND 387.80 CLEARING FUND 90.69 CLEARING FUND 1066.84 CLEARING FUND 7.52 CLEARING FUND 31.28 8638.28 8638.28 2 THE PEOPLES BANK 39398.75 2 THE PEOPLES BANK 39398.75 39398.75 3 T L S L, INC. 74318.61 3 T L S L, INC. 8715.00 83033.61 83033.61 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 5007.50 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 794.95 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 4101.53 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 2540.95 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 255.80 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 5072.66 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 3924.61 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10593.40 CBM FOOD SERVICE 63.44 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10860.48 CBM FOOD SERVICE 84.24 C SPIRE WIRELESS 522.71 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 496.96 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 674.01 DENTAL ARTS OF CORINTH, PLLC 338.00 DENTAL ARTS OF CORINTH, PLLC 85.00 DENTAL ARTS OF CORINTH, PLLC 258.00 DENTAL ARTS OF CORINTH, PLLC 185.00 AUTO ZONE, INC. 94.95 MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT, INC 5000.00 HANDY MAN RENTALS 150.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 220.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 330.00 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 430.58 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 66.54 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 300.89 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 393.93 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 224.58 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 275.78 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 163.35 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 427.41 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 640.80 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 60.60 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 148.53 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 218.33 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 259.42 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 475.00 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 18.43 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 14.89 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.03 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 9.24 THE PHONE BOOTH 142.50 THE PHONE BOOTH 190.00 THE PHONE BOOTH 247.50 MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY 120.00 MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY 300.00 MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY 250.00 SMITH HOME CENTER 116.00 SMITH HOME CENTER 127.50 SMITH HOME CENTER 31.60 SMITH HOME CENTER 79.00 SMITH HOME CENTER 3.59 NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS 96.90 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 489.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.98 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 5.86 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 126.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 35.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 8.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 96.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 60.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 32.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 180.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 90.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 30.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 92.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 42.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 30.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 60.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 8.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 8.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 540.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 3.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 6.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 3.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 588.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 7.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 8.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 3.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 140.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 72.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 35.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 37.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 9.66 BROWN-LINE PRINTING 210.00 BROWN-LINE PRINTING 150.00 MILITARY OUTDOOR CLOTHING 1026.75 MILITARY OUTDOOR CLOTHING 49.24 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 138.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 276.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 79.98 DRAIN CARE 250.00 BRIGGS, INC. 42.30 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.99 OFFICEPRO, INC. 4.06 OFFICEPRO, INC. 1.10 OFFICEPRO, INC. 1.38 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.51 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.69 OFFICEPRO, INC. 3.44 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.22 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 OFFICEPRO, INC. 179.90 OFFICEPRO, INC. 24.45 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 OFFICEPRO, INC. 79.20 OFFICEPRO, INC. 25.10 OFFICEPRO, INC. 64.78 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.97 OFFICEPRO, INC. 79.20 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 34.99 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.78 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 14.08 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.02 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 30.69 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.56 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.99 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.85 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.72 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 15.16 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.79 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 63.72 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 17.11 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.82 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.63 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.18 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.35 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 14.24 PRIME LOGIC, INC 412.50 PRIME LOGIC, INC 190.00 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 92.00 JUDY MONTGOMERY 82.80 JUDY MONTGOMERY 80.73 AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION 7500.00 AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION AT&T 98.74 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 98.47 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 655.82 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 402.57 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 2385.85 C SPIRE WIRELESS 489.54 CBM FOOD SERVICE 40.56 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10589.40 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10810.72 CBM FOOD SERVICE 22.88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2651.77 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 44950.77 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3610.74 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 901.34 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3256.25 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7788.50 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3584.30 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 838.30 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11733.92 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 801.92 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 92.12 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 289.08 HANDY MAN RENTALS 150.00 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 33.75 CHARLIE MCDANIEL CARPET COMPANY 424.00 CHARLIE MCDANIEL CARPET COMPANY 40.00 CHARLIE MCDANIEL CARPET COMPANY 45.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 278.80

CONTINUED ON 7C


CONTINUED FROM 6C

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 414 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 414 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 414 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 414 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 415 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 416 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 417 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 418 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 418 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 419 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 420 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 421 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 422 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 423 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 423 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 424 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 425 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 426 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 426 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 427 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 428 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 429 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 430 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 431 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 431 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 431 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 431 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 432 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 433 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 434 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 434

Amount GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 40.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 6.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 8.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.00 GE CAPITAL 155.00 RAYCO, INC. 86.08 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 406.54 AUTO ZONE, INC. 3.99 AUTO ZONE, INC. 67.62 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 8.53 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 9.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 56.96 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 89.30 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 66.46 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 47.10 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.42 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 11.37 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 490.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 317.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 4.64 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 188.08 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 82.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 89.70 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 15.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 25.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 20.34 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 25.15 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 138.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 139.80 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 87.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 423.75 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 158.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC -12.60 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 154.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 47.02 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 10.80 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 59.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 165.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 122.13 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 59.80 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 131.61 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 84.10 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 278.25 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 52.68 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 40.53 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 151.32 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 58.32 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 111.32 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 76.82 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 172.01 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 67.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 195.55 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 44.22 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 342.51 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 612.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 254.25 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 158.50 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 154.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 69.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 141.06 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 29.75 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 122.13 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 212.95 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 278.25 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 386.78 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 52.68 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 81.06 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 100.88 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 76.82 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 281.00 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 312.88 RAYCO, INC. 213.13 STERICYCLE, INC. 148.97 CENTRAL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT, INC 105.00 CENTRAL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT, INC 255.00 BRIGGS, INC. 446.50 OFFICEPRO, INC. 20.86 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.38 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.96 OFFICEPRO, INC. 31.68 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 OFFICEPRO, INC. 17.85 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 8.49 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE .69 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.49 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.65 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.60 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.92 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.08 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.48 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.03 JUDY MONTGOMERY 78.66 BENJAMIN SHAMBURGER 322.78 ANDRETTE LEE HOLDER 389.16 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 5991.50 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 942.55 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 4730.93 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 2436.53 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 577.29 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 92.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1300.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67

Shopping for a Deal?

Turn to our classified

for a Deal?

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 7C

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE

CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER

CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS LEASE PURCHASES LEASE PURCHASES Department Total

Fund Total JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total Fund Total PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total Fund Total

Amount

434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2551.94 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 39755.07 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3574.14 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 988.00 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3256.25 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7264.84 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3338.80 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 780.82 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11819.17 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 801.92 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 92.72 434 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 262.82 400 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1029.57 400 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 73.20 1102.77 291708.79 20 CRIMESTOPPERS 237.00 21 DPS FUND #3747 1617.50 22 STATE TREASURER 550.50 22 STATE TREASURER 13997.25 22 STATE TREASURER 4327.85 22 STATE TREASURER 166.50 22 STATE TREASURER 1047.50 22 STATE TREASURER 6029.59 22 STATE TREASURER 4341.50 22 STATE TREASURER 1423.50 22 STATE TREASURER 832.00 22 STATE TREASURER 246.50 22 STATE TREASURER 5883.50 22 STATE TREASURER 20.00 22 STATE TREASURER 1150.00 22 STATE TREASURER 575.00 22 STATE TREASURER 4600.00 47045.69 47045.69 135 UNITED HEALTHCARE 5387.22 136 CAIC PRIMARY ACCOUNT 902.35 137 LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 2511.45 138 JERRY STRICKLIN 20.00 138 JERRY STRICKLIN 139 JUSTIN FIVEASH 8.60 140 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 1886.66 141 AGLA GPO-400S 1631.18 142 SOUTHERN STATES POLICE BENEOVOLENT ASSN 493.50 143 GREG MCDOWELL 11.75 143 GREG MCDOWELL 144 HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY 862.63 145 LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF ALABAMA 37.32 146 AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE INS CO 40.95 147 METLIFE - SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 32.05 148 UNITED WAY 78.00 148 UNITED WAY 78.00 149 CRDU 210.00 150 SMALL LOANS, INC 75.28 151 TERRE M VARDAMAN 364.00 152 SPEEDEE CASH 111.08 153 WILSON, HINTON AND WOOD, P.A. 629.60 154 LONNIE HAYNIE 58.36 155 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 155 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 42.70 155 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 42.70 155 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 42.70 155 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 42.70 156 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 52.04 156 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 52.04 156 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 52.04 156 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 52.04 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 157 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 40.97 158 ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1866.25 TOTAL NET PAY 132863.96 TOTAL NET PAY 184539.02 335323.99 335323.99

NE MS C COLLEGE - MAINTENANCE NE MS COMM COLLEGE - SUPPORT 39355.49 Department Total Fund Total

7 NORTHEAST MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE--SUPPORT

NE MS C COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT NE MS COMM C. - ENLARGEMENT 77244.34 Department Total Fund Total

7 N.E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT

N MS PLAN & DEV - TUITION ASST NE MS COMM COLL - TUITION ASST 12222.23 Department Total Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL NE MS COMM C. - VOCATIONAL 5622.19 Department Total Fund Total TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WTR MGN WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS 10999.83 Department Total Fund Total

39355.49 39355.49

77244.34 77244.34 7 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 12222.23 12222.23 7 N. E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL 5622.19 5622.19 7 TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WATER MANAGEMENT 10999.83 10999.83

Turn to our classified section to find the latest garage, yard, moving and estate sales going on in the area. You never know what you might find!


8C â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian 1607 S. Harper â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS â&#x20AC;˘ 662-287-6111

Delivering Local News, Sports, Events and Top Quality Publications.

Crossroads Lifestyles P lus â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 2013 Winter Edit ion

Magaz ine

Communit y volunteer Sonny Boa tman Harrells hik e Appalach entire ian Trail See & Do by Cathy Wo Get great d od e on Winter tr als avel In the Kit by Sue Br chen TOPS supp onson helps with or t group weight loss Doctor by James G â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Orders ilmore, MD

&URVVURDGV

&URVVURDGV

    

2012-2013 Visitorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide

4ǸČ?ǸɺȨȽČ?

4ǸČ?ǸɺȨȽČ?



       

&URVVURDGV  

4ǸČ?ǸɺȨȽČ?

Business owner Jan Hurley wears many hats   

   "" 

  $ ""  &! ""

O O

#!   " 

O   %   "   "! O"  

"%      "

150th Anniversary of the Civil War

Crossroads 2012 Bridal Edition

            Magazine O

O

O

Be Informed. Be Inspired.

Crossroads Homes Edition â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Fall 2012

Magazine

Griffith Place A stunning downtown Corinth getaway Tailgating Cuisine A dozen recipes to add zest to the party

Consignment Furniture Turn your unwanted couch into cash

The Spirit of Corinth is YOU Our Readers!


  "

CELEBRATE Your hard work has paid of, and graduation is your time to let loose and celebrate. Remember that good decisions have led you here today, so stay smart and celebrate responsibly. We hope your graduation day is special in every way, and we wish you much luck a you take the next step.

Congratulations!

Now Booking

2014 Seniors Call today!

662-287-6824

On Location   !   

Crossroads Area High School Graduations

2 0 1 3


2 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Congratulations to the Class of 2013! Magnolia Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic, PA

     Call 662-286-6369 or 1-800-961-CAST (2278) for appointments Dr. Randall P. Frazier Dr. John E. Foropoulos Dr. Wendy M. Nethery

WHOOO

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 27

Congrats to all Seniors We recognize that everyone of you are part of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future. May God Bless you! Remember us at Casabellas when you need furniture. BUY TODAY! GET TODAY! 2401 S. Harper Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834 662-286-3127 â&#x20AC;˘ casbellafurniture.net

Congratulations Graduates! Congratulations2011 2013 Graduates! Corinth-Alcorn County Bank Association Corinth-Alcorn County Bank Association

Says Graduates Are Special?

WE DO! Congratulations to the Class of 2013 on this impressive accomplishment. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud of you.

Member FDIC

Equal Housing Lenders


26 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Good career paths for recent grads It has been a stressful couple of years for college students. An unstable economy has led many students to second-guess their investments in higher education, and fear regarding employment prospects after graduation are common among today’s students. Graduates who majored in fields of study that are more recession-proof than others could have decided advantages over students who went with other majors. Knowing which careers are still going strong and which have stalled can help college students with goals of finding a career with growth potential. - Financial analysts and managers: Many forecasts indicate jobs in finance will continue to remain strong with high growth. Despite financial ups and downs, people still need to be educated on how and where to spend their money. Students with degrees in finance and marketing may have advantages over others. - Engineers: Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to develop economical solutions to technical problems. Their work is the link between scientific discoveries and the commercial applications that meet societal and consumer needs. Many different fields require engineers, from mechanical and civil industries to electrical and chemical industries. Engineering remains a strong course of study with many different subsets for specialization. - Networking/systems administration: With the world revolving around computers,

jobs in the systems administration field remain viable. Keep in mind that there is also a wide array of competition in these careers, but the ability to make high salaries is what drives many to pursue careers in networking and computer systems administration. -Accounting: Similar to other financial careers, accounting jobs remain stable despite the uncertain economy. Where there is money to be spent, individuals and businesses will require the services of accountants to keep all of their accounts in check. Entry-level accountants can receive in-house promotions and become finance executives. - Nursing/medical careers: Jobs in healthcare continue to be strong as well. An aging population keeps nurses, doctors, aides and medical-supply companies in business. There are many different nursing specializations, making nursing an attractive career choice. -Software design and development: Keeping today’s digital world running requires a staff of people constantly updating and creating new software. From games to business applications to all of those entertaining apps downloaded each day, software designers pave the way for computer inno-

Alcorn Central

vation. -Salespeople: Sales is one of the oldest and longest-running types of occupations available. Every industry needs quality sales professionals to meet with the public and drive interest in products and services. There are sales positions in just about every industry. -Educators: The Millenial generation is just as large as the Baby Boom generation, and children will continue to fill up classrooms across the world. It is estimated three million more teachers are needed by 2015 to fill openings in the United States alone. Also, initiatives to require Pre-K classes could increase the number of education jobs even further. -Computer information security: The need to protect personal information from those who want to exploit it continues to grow. Computer information security will continue to increase with the expansion of technological applications.

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 3

Tiffany Ayers

Craig Bain

Kalee Bain

Haley Barnes

Jake Barnes

Brittany Bickerstaff

Anna Bowling

Cody Broadway

Hunter Bronson

Abbey Brooks

Chelsea Buntin

Tyler Burgess

Olivia Carnathan

Jordan Caveness

John Childers

Maddie Clayton

Alan Clemmer

Preston Cline

Cody Crotts

Daniel Derrick

Morgan Derrick

Dakota Dooley

Erica Doran

Felicia Dunlap

Ashley Ferrero

Cortney Ford

Julie Ford

Gwen Foster

Alicia Frady

Chris Gardner

Chalk it up to hard work and dedication: you’ve graduated! Congratulations on a job well done, graduates.

MILLS AUTO SALES, INC.

Mark Mills - Owner 1403 HWY 72 W. CORINTH, MS 662-286-0223


4 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Alcorn Central

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 25

Destany Gray

Ally Gray

Katie Hancock

Shyla Harmon

Chris Harvell

Kennedy Hester

David Hollowell

Felicity Howell

Willliam Isabell

Paige Jenkins

Samantha Russell

Dreyfus Sain

Tacoma Sain

Ashton Sanders

Joey Sanders

Kenda Scales

JW Shoemake

Mikayla Siler

Dakota Simmons

Preston Simmons

Jessica Johnson

Lindsey Jones

Felicia Laird

Jonathon Lancaster

Michalya Leonard

Daniel Malone

Kayla Massengill

Hunter McCallister

Amber Merideth

Seth Mohundro

Colton Smith

Haley Sorrell

Hunter Stevens

Jessica Stevens

Makinley Steward

Kenyatta Strickland

Charity Surratt

Blake Sweat

Macee Taylor

Brian Thacker

Not Pictured

Connie Clough Howard Collins Ashley Irvin Jordan Ross Tate Stone Jay Moore

Cassidy Morgan

Sara Morrow

Kaitlyn Mynatt

Caleigh Newton

Congratulations to All our area seniors

3 Locations To Serve You

3000 Hwy 72-W Corinth, MS 662-665-0022

NOW OPEN 24 HOURS

Village Square Shops Corinth, MS 662-287-8781

1609 N Harper Rd Corinth, MS 662-287-1090

Melanie Nigliazzo

Josh Nix

Tabi Nunley

Kayla Parker

Austin Perriman

Brandon Thurman

Kristina Trice

Robert Tull

Cody Turner

Brad Tutor

Matt Vandevander

Kristen Vandiver

Jordan Waffird

Travis Weaver

Tyler Wells

Kaitlin Wheatley

Deaundra White

Anna Kate Whitley

Jacob Williams

Jake Williams

Jesse Williams

Tyler Wilson

Tiffany Winebenner

Zipporah Woods

Jeri Lyn Wooters

CONGRATULATIONS TO OOUR UR G GRADUATE RADUATE “Have I not commanded you? “Have I not commanded you?Be Be strong and courageous. Do not be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be be discouraged, afraid; do not discouraged,for for the Lord your God will bebewith the Lord your God will withyou you wherever you go.”

STRICKLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 554 CR 306 (Hwy 72E) Corinth, MS

Julie Ford Julie Ford

Screen Printing - Custom Embroidery Team Jerseys - Custom T-shirts Trophies & Engraving - Vinyl Lettering Corinth, MS 662-287-7678

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2013


24 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Alcorn Central

Devin Holt

Cheyanna Honey

Dalton Horton

Kassie Humphreys

Brad Hunt

Christi Hurst

Macie Ingle

Chelsea Isbell

Madison Jobe

Amanda Johnson

Ashley Johnson

Melony Johnson

Paige Jones

Lindsey Joyner

Corbin Kennedy

Krystin Kennedy

Shelby Kennedy

Sara Kiestler

Trae Kinchen

Dustin King

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 5

Brittany Peters

Simone Pickard

Dillon Piner

Adam Price

Reid Price

Wesley Price

Anna Redding

Phillip Richardson

Mitch Rickman

James Riggs

Matt Robbins

Anna Roby

Meagan Rorie

Brandin Russ

Brandy Russell

Brandon Smith

Hannah Smith

Tyler Smith

Dustin Sparks

Keano Stacy

!DD9 &J8@ Jason Kirk

Trinity Kirkpatrick

Angela Lacefield

Wayne Lambert

Jennifer Leatherwood

Stuart Littlejohn

Alex Lopez

Tyler Lowrance

Meagan Martin

Alice Maxey

Chase Strachan

Ryan Thompson

Genny Grace Tucker

Richard Upchurch

Chelsea Wallin

We wish you all the best today and much success in your future endeavors. Heather McCormick

Tyler Mitchell

Kelley Moore

Avery Morrical

jacob Mullins

Marcus Nash

Samantha Norris

Dillon Oliver

Caitlin Petty

Brianna Phelps

Family Financial Services 101 1/2 N. Cass St. • Corinth, MS 662-665-7976

Congratulations

Joyner Pollard

Davion Prather

Charlie Rankin

Ryan Ray

Cayla Redmon

Austin Reed

Rachel Reinke

Madison Renfro

Ruger Rhodes

Revosea’ Richardson

2013 Class of 2013!

Dal Nelms 4th District Supervisor

Brittany Rickman

Malea Riley

Alexxus Roberts

Justin Robers

DZ Robinson

Shelby Rose

Jordan Ross

Shawna Roten

Mikaela Rowland

Caroline Rowsey

Corey Wood

Bryce Wood

Aaron Wren

!G69H

Baptist Church

2013 GRADUATES LEXI ADAY AARON AUSTIN JACOB BARNES RACHEL BOND ANNA BOWLING CHELSEA BUNTIN TAYLOR CARR

PRESTON CLINE LAUREN COLEMAN ALLY GRAY SADIE JOHNSON JONATHAN LANCASTER FU MENG CASSIDY MORGAN

BAYLEIGH NETHERY ADAM PRICE WHITNEY SHIPMAN JAKE SMITH HANNAH STRICKLEN MASON SYKES SAYDE TURNER MARY WAYNE

1101 S. Harper Rd. • Corinth, MS • (662) 287-3118


6 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Biggersville

Nicole Allen

Brooks Bishop

Kevin Bollig

Colby Borden

Cameron Bradshaw

Chaz Brown

Darius Carroll

Avery Crump

Jordan Davis

Mark Hamlin

Matthew Hamlin

James Harvell

Emery Hatcher

Danica Huggins

Aaron Hughes

Matthew Jolly

Amber Judd

Cynthia Kerr

Victor Kuykendall

Rebecca Lee

Savanah McLemore

Autumn Stacy

Brittany Michael

Lelisha Swicegood

Meagan Mitchell

Austin Tucker

Billy Nunley

Hunter Warren

Miranda Pace

DeShante Watson

Class of 2013 Congratulations to all Graduates! Kenny’s Barbecue 567 Hwy 45 • Corinth, MS • 662-287-5990

Alexanderia Palmer

Whitney Welch

Brittany Pruitt

Ethan Rider

Alec Robinson

Justin Robinson

“Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go.” -William Feather

Congratulations to all 2013 Graduates from GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL “The Little Critter Gitter” 662-287-3521

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 23

Parker Adams

Tiffany Alfano

Cristina Amaya

Hope Anderson

Joey Bakeer

CJ Barnes

Jimmy Bearden

Aqua Bradley

Lane Brewer

Shelby Brewer

Dillon Bright

Amy Britt

Breanna Burge

Kyle Burns

Austin Carlin

Paige Carlin

Madison Carroll

Carrigan Chambers

Whitney Chandler

Jonathon Clifton

Laura Beth Coleman

April Coleson

Josh Collins

Amber Cook

Jessica Copeland

Veronica Cross

Mark Crowe

Tyler Crowe

Jermaine Damron

John Thomas Davis

Kooper Davis

Shayna Davis

Taurus Davis

April Dellinger

Darby Drinkard

Anna Paige Duefel

Wyatt Eason

Austin Ervin

Morgan Eskew

Blake Forbes

JC Fortune

Aaron Friend

Matthew Frye

Ian Furman

Jessie Gaither

Tyler Gaytan

Bo Glover

Meredith Goodman

Ariel Graham

Deven Graham

Brandi Gray

Tae Green

Tasha Greene

Emilee Hader

Alex Harmon

Marcus Hensley

Melanie Hester

Cody Hill

Makayla Holley

Nichole Holloway


22 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Eric Stanford

Sarah Whitley

Austin Stewart

Zachary Whitney

Warren Strickland

Jennifer Wicker

Corinth

Adamsville

Breanna Taylor

Madison Wicker

        

        FERRELLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 807 SOUTH PARKWAY â&#x20AC;˘ 287-2165 1609 HARPER ROAD â&#x20AC;˘ 287-1337 CORINTH, MS

Jacob Terry

Garrett Wilson

Heather Thompson

Simone Wilson

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 7

Becky Todd

Bailey Wolfe

Joshua Warshaw

Zachary Woolworth

Jacob Weaver

Whitney Wrzesniewski

  

   #   $

HILL+#

 ADAM +%# PRICE )  "$ RANDY 

ZACHERY MARCINEK ANTONIO DAVIS )'

"

CASEY (( ROACH

 #( MARLEY&

FOSTER AARON WREN DAKOTA DOOLEY #$+ 

#,

 $ * #

 -

HUNTER RICHARDSON DANIEL MALONE HALEY  ! 

 $)&

"$SORRELL&$ $ &#$

HUNTER

$*LEWIS HUNTER MITCHELL DESIREE COPELAND #( $

!!, JACOB  "'BARNES #

 $)&   DYLAN ADAMS

Brandon White

Brady Allen

Clayton Allred

Jason Alston

Chris Anderson

Aaron Austin

Ashleigh Ballard

Moneke Barton

Lydia Beard

Robby Blackard

Ann Brock

David Brown

Ali Burns

Collin Burns

Kaleb Byrd

Lauren Case

Chelsea Caveness

Haley Christian

Michael Clark

Desireeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Copeland

Osiris Copeland

Brianna Cummings

Caroline Curtis

Antonio Davis

Caleigh Dixon

James Dotson

Natasha Drain

Pree Dunbar

Hunter Fowler

Kaitlynn Frazier

Kreana Freelove

Orme Zach

Congratulations

to our Graduates ffrom First Presbyterian Church y

Congratulations Best Wishes Class of

Chrisi A Anderson Ch d

Annalee Hendrick A l H dik

Bailee Kramer B il K

2013

#

&$  %  and the Class of 2013! Brandon Roberson B d R b

 !       000&",$)%,--/+%,(",'%.#*(

Stennetttt S Smith St ith

    !1 ! !          000,*&%,--/+%,(",'%.#*(

Come see us for all of your graduation gift needs! 1425 S. Harper Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834

286- MEDS (6337)

Free Wilb Wilburn F

Elizabeth Williams Eli b th Willi

Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 8-6

www.facebook.com/GooseberryFrozenYogurt


8 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Adamsville

Corinth

Carlos Fuentes

Darius Gaines

Brandon Gann

Fletcher Hall

Mikaela Hancock

Zack Hardwick

Annalee Hendrick

Randy Hill

Colby Horner

Hank Howell

Holly Howell

Kijana Hurd

Laâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;April Ingram

Alexis Jacobs

JaJa Johnson

Latia Johnson

Sadie Johnson

Kendrick Jones

Kenyatta Jones

Tesia Keith

Laney Kemp

Bailee Kramer

Jake Kushner

Hunter Lewis

Chase Little

Alyssa Lopez

Kyanna Lyons

Cody Malone

J.D. Manahan

Tate Maness

                             

Congratulation Graduates!

Clausel Jewelry      662-286-5597

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE 2013 GRADUATES

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 21

2013 Congratulations

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud of you and wish you all the best!! 1906 Shiloh Rd. (Formerly Harlows) Corinth, MS. 662-396-2167 â&#x20AC;˘ fax 662-396-2168 Open Tuesday - Sunday â&#x20AC;˘ 6 AM-12 Noon

Congratulations Katie & The Class of 2013

Evan Harris

Lindsey Hazelwood

Taylor Henry

Sidney Hollin

Sarah Howard

Janie Hutton

Tyler Irwin

Samantha Jackson

Bobby Johnson

Hillary Johnson

Seth Killingsworth

Dakota king

Randy King

Kasandra Krenson

Mollie Lacey

Kenneth Lenz

Bryan Littlejohn

Keantinez Lloyd

Ralanda Lloyd

Courtney Lobb

James Lunsford

Jonah Lusk

Isaac Lynn

Sarah Martin

Caitlyn Mcafee

Alaina Mccall

Dustin McDonald

Johnathon McDonald

Wesley Mealer

Lauren Meek

Daniel Milford

Bradley Mills

Karen Moore

River Moore

Dallas Nelms

Terry Nicholson

Samantha Oaks

John Odom

Preston Pettigrew

John Pettit

Bobby Plunk

Dustin Plunk

Elijah Prather

Brandon Pyron

Haydon Reece

Alexander Roach

Jarrod Robbins

Casey Roberts

Joseph Robinson

Melody Robinson

Mia Robinson

Nicole Ross

Samantha Rowsey

Faith Sampey

Steven Searcy

Anna Shelton

Mary-Elizabeth Shirley

Noyes Family Care Center 2000 Shiloh Road â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS

662-287-6999

417 E. Waldron St â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834

662-396-1727

Amber Shukwit

Nathan Skinner

Trevor Smith


20 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 9

Corinth

Adamsville

Richard Anglin

Mikaila Aven

Amber Axley

Kyle Barnes

Janey Beltran

Zachary Blakely

Katilyn Blattler

Kayleane Bock

Quinten Brasher

Kirby Brush

Toni Castile

Joshua Chappell

Elisabeth Churchwell

Darby Congiardo

Darby Culver

Mary Culver

Bridgett Day

Jeremy Day

Toni Edge

Jorden Elder

Timothy Elrod

Spencer Ferguson

William Fink

Courtney Forsythe

Dalton Frazier

Justin Gaffney

Christopher Gattis

Aranda Hanks

Amber Hansen

Holly Harbin

Ben Mansel

Seth Mansel

Austin Martin

Juan Martinez

Kody Mask

Journey McCallister

Tyler McCalla

Catie McCandless

Elizabeth McPheters

Kabreea Moore

Abby Null

Lexi Null

Tanner Parker

Antwone Patterson

Isaac Patterson

Portia Patterson

Terrel Payton

Chelsea Perkins

Kelsey Pounders

Austin Powell

Whitney Pruitt

Brandon Roberson

Michaela Roberts

Courtney Settlemires

Michael Sherer

Jessika Smith

Kyle Smith

Stennett Smith

Jawaun Sorrell

Ben Strickland

Juron Stubbs

Grace Swanson

Katie Timmons

Courtney Vanderford

Chris Walters

Destiny Washburn

Erin Watts

Mary Wayne

Madison Wigginton

Free Wilburn

Elizabeth Williams

Erin Wortman

Congratulations For Achieving Academic Excellence

this ed you come We’ve watch the sky is the limit. far, and now ur dreams, and e Hold fast to yo to reach for th don’t be afraidw you can do it! stars. We kno

Cody Johnson

3 1 0 2 f o s s a l C , s e Best Wish Pratt Family Medical Clinic JOSEPH L. PRATT, M M.D. L PRATT D AMY DAVIS, M.D.

CARLA BRAY, BRAY FNP CAYCE REDDING , FNP

121 Pratt Dr. 1A Corinth, MS 662-286-0088

Josh Stanley

Aliyah Trice

Bus: (662) 286-5430 Fax: (662) 286-5431

DAVID PAYNE Brandon Wilbanks

1000 S. Harper Rd. Corinth, MS www.thedinnerbell.info 662-286-5800

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” - Philippians 4:13

AGENT 1103 Hwy 72 East Corinth, MS 38834 dpayne@alfains.com

Congratulations to the Class of 2013! Morgan Wigginton

Not Pictured Jalyshia Brodes

Jazz Garner

Hunter Brumley

Ka’dejhi Long

Brandon Dickerson

Kati Morgan

Taylor Smith


10 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Dylan Adams

James Andrews

John Andrews

Kossuth DJ Baker

Brandie Ashe

Eagle Home School Amy Barnes

Ashley Ballard

Taylor Barnes

Tiffany Blackard

Brittany Brooks

Haley Brown

Mindy Brown

Will Burns

Drew Cannon

Hailey Carmon

Cole Childers

Brittney Clanton

Carliauna Cole

Lauren Coleman

Lindsey Cox

Kaitlyn Crews

Keri Crum

Jordan Dalton

Brianna Davis

Jordan Dickson

Jordan Elam

Paul Ellenburg

Chris Garrett

Brandon Grayson

Amanda Greer

Congratulations on all of your Buy a T g n i n n a T a y Packag anning Bu achievements! t e g d e and g an et ackage P

10% o ff

ff 10% o

Great selection

Alexis Aday

Marly Foster

Ethan Scully

Tayler Haney

Elaina Rossi

Anna Rutherford

Hannah Stricklen

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 19

Katelyn Williford

Graduation is only a concept. In real life every day you graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. If you can grasp that, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll make a difference. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Arie Pencovici Cheers

Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 2013

of clothes & accessories

for the graduate on your list!

20% Off

one regular priced item

Pies â&#x20AC;˘ Turtles â&#x20AC;˘ Fudge â&#x20AC;˘ Haystacks â&#x20AC;˘ Cakes Peanut Butter Balls â&#x20AC;˘ Choc Dipped Strawberries Oreo Balls â&#x20AC;˘ Much More 896 HWY 2 Kossuth Phone: 662-396-4656 Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm

Congratulations Graduates

Gift Certificates Available! 514 Fillmore St Downtown Corinth

662.287.8624

Congratulations     Graduates!   

     No artificial flavors, no added preservatives. Since 1886.

Corinthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Oldest Heating & Air Company


18 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Walnut

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 11

Kossuth

Dillan Barnes

Leigh Bell

Devonte Bell

Tanner Brooks

Channing Bryan

Cross Caldwell

Tyler Carmichael

Brad Clifton

Meagan Dobbs

BJ Edgeston

Marshall Grooms

Kyle Gunn

John Harris

Whitney Hearn

Emily Hefner

Jacklyn Hodum

Blake Holley

Lee Hopson

Dillon Hughes

Sabrina Hunsucker

Lauren Gatewood

Austin Guitron

Matt Hall

Jon Harris

Kayla Hodum

Evan Hughes

Cody Johnson

Andrew Jones

Greg Jones

Kara Kee

Marissa Hunter

Cullen Irvin

Wilson Jones

Chris Joyner

Colt Jumper

Anna Kelly

Hunter Kemp

Anna Kirk

Cloie Lambert

Kayla Latch

Meghan Lassiter

Eric Reason

Hannah Rogers

Thomas Rose

Shaun Ruminer

Ryan Russell

Colton Shea

Brittany Shields

Chris Sabota

Josh Stanley

Lindsey Ligon

Kimberly Luker

Zack Marcinek

Tyler Martin

Connar Medlin

Fu Meng

Denzel Miller

Josh Miller

T.J. Miller

Blake Mills

Not Pictured

Congratulation Graduates On A Job Well Done

Denzel Siddell Samantha Tatum

Dillon Theil

Khadijah Thomas

Congratulations!

Clayton Voyles

Class of 2013 306 South Cass St., Corinth, MS 662-286-5577

www.cnbcorinth.com

Dalana Watson

Brandon Wilbanks

Destynee Wilbanks

HOME BANKING COMPANY

Tyler Young

The Best In Community Bankin Since 1915

  $#"! !$

CONGRATULATIONS

GRADS

Marquaylin Still

Congratulations, seniors, on your graduation day! As you move onward and upward, remember that we will always be here to support you in everything you do!  '!#

 2017 Shiloh Road â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS



  662-665-9610 â&#x20AC;˘ Mon.&   - Sat. 9 an -5 pm &#$!

Also locations in Selmer, Savannah, and Finger TN  

              

     

 

Congratulations Graduates from

Harper Square Mall, 1801-15 South Harper Rd

662-287-7676

Mon - Fri 10:00-5:00 â&#x20AC;˘ Sat 10:00-3:00


12 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 17

Kossuth

Tishomingo County

Elizabeth Mitchell

Hunter Mitchell

Brianna Morphis

Jenna Nails

marisa Nelms

Baleigh Nethery

Jason Nichols

Brooke Palmer

Hannah Parks

Elizabeth Peters

Mallory Ragan

Hannah Reinhart

Taylor Rencher

Kara Reynolds

Hunter Richardson

Noah Richardson

Brad Roach

Casey Roach

Trey Rogers

Heaven Ronacher

Wesley Ronacher

Autumn Rorie

Catherine Roseberry

Austin Scott

Chase Settlemires

Jonathan Shaw

Whitney Shipman

Megan Singleton

Jamie Smith

Devin Sowell

Timothy Pore

Hunter Pounders

Marvin Powell

Ailish Prather

Haley Price

Shelby Price

Jeremy Ray

Andre Remedios

Kaitlyn Richardson

April Rismiller

Candice Roach

Robert Rorie

Katelynn Seiber

Amanda Selman

Darrell Shea

Emilee Sheffield

Gregory Smith

Jonathan Southward

Andrew Sparks

Jaccob Spoon

Dallas Stricklen

Kayla Stricklin

Mason Sykes

Rhiannon Tawney

Kelsey Turner

Cody Vaughn

Hannah Voyles

Zachery Waddell

Diana Wadkins

Landon Wadkins

Haley Walker

David Watson

Jonathan Watson

Benjamin Wells

Tanner Whitaker

Alexander White

Erica Wigginton

Katelyn Wilde

Carroll Williams

Diamond Williams

Amber Williamson

Matthew Windham

Brittany Windham

Eva Wolfgana

Christopher Wood

Jordan Woodruff

Kristen Woodruff

Olivia Wright

Robert Wright

Erica Young

2012-2013 Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee Members Include:

Alcorn Central Daniel Derrick Gwyn Foster Katie Hancock Reid Price

Biggersville Brooks Bishop Rebecca Lee Brittany Pruitt Blake Stacy

Kossuth Lauren Coleman Jordan Dickson Lee Hopson (Not Pictured) Paden Tomlin

CONGRATULATIONS!

Seniors of the Alcorn School District. Each of you have exhibited your individual talents and demonstrated your desire to succeed while on your quest to graduate high school. The Alcorn School District faculty, staff, administration, and Board of Education wish you continued success and happiness in your future endeavors. Gina Rogers Smith, Superintendent of Education - Alcorn School District Board of Education: Mrs. Mary K. Coleman, Mr. Carroll Morton, Mr. Russ Nash, Mr. James Voyles, and Mr. Randy Wilbanks

Congratulations, Class of 2013


16 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Tishomingo County

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 13

Kossuth

Tyler Jaynes

Alexandria Johnson

Justin Johnson

Kathryn Johnson

Mackensley Johnson

David Jones

George Julen

Erin Kaufman

Ashley Keltner

Benjamin Kennedy

William Boyd Roberson

Bruce Lee Sanders

Daniel Blake Shawl

Marie Lynn Smith

Latisha Catherine Snyder

Imran Khan

April Knupp

Logan Long

Molly Long

James Luttrell

Devin Mackey

Timothy Madden

Tylan Manus

Alex McCarley

Miranda McCay

Tabitha Kristie Solesbee

Weston Blake Strachan

McKenzie Blake Strickland

Heaven Victoria Strong

John Parker Suggs

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.â&#x20AC;? Jonathan McDuffy

Chelsi McGee

Anna Elise Merritt

Mathew Merritt

Trista Miller

Kaleb Mitchell

Alexandria Monroe

Shaeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; a Lyn Murphy

Devin Newcomb

James Parker

Congratulations 2013 Seniors from the staff at MS Care Center!! Amber Meredith Jordan Elam Precious Barton Tranell Richmond Joshua Nix Brianna Cummings Brianna Morphis Anna Kirk

Alcorn Central High School Kossuth High School Corinth High School Melrose High School Alcorn Central High School Corinth High School Kossuth High School Kossuth High School 3701 Joanne Drive â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834 Phone: 662-287-8071

David Kyle Suitor

Brian Neal Sweeton

-Mark Twain

        

   

Join the growing number of students just like you who have discovered that Blue Mountain College is right for them.

   

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

$)W--")-

 

       

Call or visit us online today for more information. Office of Admissions P.O. Box 160 Blue Mountain, MS 38610

1.800.235.0136

www.bmc.edu

Blue Mountain College does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability or military service in the administration of its educational policies, scholarships and loans program, and athletic and other college-administrative programs or in employment.


14 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 15

Tishomingo County

Tishomingo County

Abby Adcock

Dustin Allen

Jerry Allred

William Alvey

Ashley Austin

Brittany Barnes

Jason Berryhill

Walker Bobo

Lindsey Bolton

Kristen Borden

Dane Alan Degraw

Casey Denman

Chandler Dexter

Dee Dee Doyle

Angela Drummond

Cody Enlow

Brandon Ezell

Amy Felltman

Kaylee Ferrell

Taylor Floyd

Tamara Braxton

Bradley Bray

Wesley Brown, II

Shelby Brown

Dakota Bullard

Gable Butler

Benjamin Cain

Jessica Capps

Kayla Marie Carson

Shimei Carter

Tyler Floyd

Victoria Gilchrist

Esther Giles

Caitlyn Golden

Amelia Gray

Anna Claire Griffin

Brooklynn Hamm

Cassidy Hamm

Kelly Hammond

Andrew Harp

Jordan Chambers

Logan Cleveland

Alisha Cohn

Brianna Collins

Kerry Coln

James Curtis

Janis A. Davidson

Dillon Davis

Shailyn Davis

Christopher Degraw

Christy Harper

Baylee Harrell

Destiny Hazelwood

Jordan Hendrix

Daisy Hernandez

Channing Holland

Samantha Hollander

Jessica Holloway

Lindsie Horn

John Horne

       

!$!

!$!

!$!

 $!& !% !!    !"#

            

"What lies behind us, and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us." Ralph Waldo Emerson

662-287-6824

  

  "%& ' !" $   

-B>I="DB::CI:G      



fanb.net


14 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 15

Tishomingo County

Tishomingo County

Abby Adcock

Dustin Allen

Jerry Allred

William Alvey

Ashley Austin

Brittany Barnes

Jason Berryhill

Walker Bobo

Lindsey Bolton

Kristen Borden

Dane Alan Degraw

Casey Denman

Chandler Dexter

Dee Dee Doyle

Angela Drummond

Cody Enlow

Brandon Ezell

Amy Felltman

Kaylee Ferrell

Taylor Floyd

Tamara Braxton

Bradley Bray

Wesley Brown, II

Shelby Brown

Dakota Bullard

Gable Butler

Benjamin Cain

Jessica Capps

Kayla Marie Carson

Shimei Carter

Tyler Floyd

Victoria Gilchrist

Esther Giles

Caitlyn Golden

Amelia Gray

Anna Claire Griffin

Brooklynn Hamm

Cassidy Hamm

Kelly Hammond

Andrew Harp

Jordan Chambers

Logan Cleveland

Alisha Cohn

Brianna Collins

Kerry Coln

James Curtis

Janis A. Davidson

Dillon Davis

Shailyn Davis

Christopher Degraw

Christy Harper

Baylee Harrell

Destiny Hazelwood

Jordan Hendrix

Daisy Hernandez

Channing Holland

Samantha Hollander

Jessica Holloway

Lindsie Horn

John Horne

       

!$!

!$!

!$!

 $!& !% !!    !"#

            

"What lies behind us, and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us." Ralph Waldo Emerson

662-287-6824

  

  "%& ' !" $   

-B>I="DB::CI:G      



fanb.net


16 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Tishomingo County

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 13

Kossuth

Tyler Jaynes

Alexandria Johnson

Justin Johnson

Kathryn Johnson

Mackensley Johnson

David Jones

George Julen

Erin Kaufman

Ashley Keltner

Benjamin Kennedy

William Boyd Roberson

Bruce Lee Sanders

Daniel Blake Shawl

Marie Lynn Smith

Latisha Catherine Snyder

Imran Khan

April Knupp

Logan Long

Molly Long

James Luttrell

Devin Mackey

Timothy Madden

Tylan Manus

Alex McCarley

Miranda McCay

Tabitha Kristie Solesbee

Weston Blake Strachan

McKenzie Blake Strickland

Heaven Victoria Strong

John Parker Suggs

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.â&#x20AC;? Jonathan McDuffy

Chelsi McGee

Anna Elise Merritt

Mathew Merritt

Trista Miller

Kaleb Mitchell

Alexandria Monroe

Shaeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; a Lyn Murphy

Devin Newcomb

James Parker

Congratulations 2013 Seniors from the staff at MS Care Center!! Amber Meredith Jordan Elam Precious Barton Tranell Richmond Joshua Nix Brianna Cummings Brianna Morphis Anna Kirk

Alcorn Central High School Kossuth High School Corinth High School Melrose High School Alcorn Central High School Corinth High School Kossuth High School Kossuth High School 3701 Joanne Drive â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834 Phone: 662-287-8071

David Kyle Suitor

Brian Neal Sweeton

-Mark Twain

        

   

Join the growing number of students just like you who have discovered that Blue Mountain College is right for them.

   

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

$)W--")-

 

       

Call or visit us online today for more information. Office of Admissions P.O. Box 160 Blue Mountain, MS 38610

1.800.235.0136

www.bmc.edu

Blue Mountain College does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability or military service in the administration of its educational policies, scholarships and loans program, and athletic and other college-administrative programs or in employment.


12 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 17

Kossuth

Tishomingo County

Elizabeth Mitchell

Hunter Mitchell

Brianna Morphis

Jenna Nails

marisa Nelms

Baleigh Nethery

Jason Nichols

Brooke Palmer

Hannah Parks

Elizabeth Peters

Mallory Ragan

Hannah Reinhart

Taylor Rencher

Kara Reynolds

Hunter Richardson

Noah Richardson

Brad Roach

Casey Roach

Trey Rogers

Heaven Ronacher

Wesley Ronacher

Autumn Rorie

Catherine Roseberry

Austin Scott

Chase Settlemires

Jonathan Shaw

Whitney Shipman

Megan Singleton

Jamie Smith

Devin Sowell

Timothy Pore

Hunter Pounders

Marvin Powell

Ailish Prather

Haley Price

Shelby Price

Jeremy Ray

Andre Remedios

Kaitlyn Richardson

April Rismiller

Candice Roach

Robert Rorie

Katelynn Seiber

Amanda Selman

Darrell Shea

Emilee Sheffield

Gregory Smith

Jonathan Southward

Andrew Sparks

Jaccob Spoon

Dallas Stricklen

Kayla Stricklin

Mason Sykes

Rhiannon Tawney

Kelsey Turner

Cody Vaughn

Hannah Voyles

Zachery Waddell

Diana Wadkins

Landon Wadkins

Haley Walker

David Watson

Jonathan Watson

Benjamin Wells

Tanner Whitaker

Alexander White

Erica Wigginton

Katelyn Wilde

Carroll Williams

Diamond Williams

Amber Williamson

Matthew Windham

Brittany Windham

Eva Wolfgana

Christopher Wood

Jordan Woodruff

Kristen Woodruff

Olivia Wright

Robert Wright

Erica Young

2012-2013 Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee Members Include:

Alcorn Central Daniel Derrick Gwyn Foster Katie Hancock Reid Price

Biggersville Brooks Bishop Rebecca Lee Brittany Pruitt Blake Stacy

Kossuth Lauren Coleman Jordan Dickson Lee Hopson (Not Pictured) Paden Tomlin

CONGRATULATIONS!

Seniors of the Alcorn School District. Each of you have exhibited your individual talents and demonstrated your desire to succeed while on your quest to graduate high school. The Alcorn School District faculty, staff, administration, and Board of Education wish you continued success and happiness in your future endeavors. Gina Rogers Smith, Superintendent of Education - Alcorn School District Board of Education: Mrs. Mary K. Coleman, Mr. Carroll Morton, Mr. Russ Nash, Mr. James Voyles, and Mr. Randy Wilbanks

Congratulations, Class of 2013


18 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Walnut

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 11

Kossuth

Dillan Barnes

Leigh Bell

Devonte Bell

Tanner Brooks

Channing Bryan

Cross Caldwell

Tyler Carmichael

Brad Clifton

Meagan Dobbs

BJ Edgeston

Marshall Grooms

Kyle Gunn

John Harris

Whitney Hearn

Emily Hefner

Jacklyn Hodum

Blake Holley

Lee Hopson

Dillon Hughes

Sabrina Hunsucker

Lauren Gatewood

Austin Guitron

Matt Hall

Jon Harris

Kayla Hodum

Evan Hughes

Cody Johnson

Andrew Jones

Greg Jones

Kara Kee

Marissa Hunter

Cullen Irvin

Wilson Jones

Chris Joyner

Colt Jumper

Anna Kelly

Hunter Kemp

Anna Kirk

Cloie Lambert

Kayla Latch

Meghan Lassiter

Eric Reason

Hannah Rogers

Thomas Rose

Shaun Ruminer

Ryan Russell

Colton Shea

Brittany Shields

Chris Sabota

Josh Stanley

Lindsey Ligon

Kimberly Luker

Zack Marcinek

Tyler Martin

Connar Medlin

Fu Meng

Denzel Miller

Josh Miller

T.J. Miller

Blake Mills

Not Pictured

Congratulation Graduates On A Job Well Done

Denzel Siddell Samantha Tatum

Dillon Theil

Khadijah Thomas

Congratulations!

Clayton Voyles

Class of 2013 306 South Cass St., Corinth, MS 662-286-5577

www.cnbcorinth.com

Dalana Watson

Brandon Wilbanks

Destynee Wilbanks

HOME BANKING COMPANY

Tyler Young

The Best In Community Bankin Since 1915

  $#"! !$

CONGRATULATIONS

GRADS

Marquaylin Still

Congratulations, seniors, on your graduation day! As you move onward and upward, remember that we will always be here to support you in everything you do!  '!#

 2017 Shiloh Road â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS



  662-665-9610 â&#x20AC;˘ Mon.&   - Sat. 9 an -5 pm &#$!

Also locations in Selmer, Savannah, and Finger TN  

              

     

 

Congratulations Graduates from

Harper Square Mall, 1801-15 South Harper Rd

662-287-7676

Mon - Fri 10:00-5:00 â&#x20AC;˘ Sat 10:00-3:00


10 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Dylan Adams

James Andrews

John Andrews

Kossuth DJ Baker

Brandie Ashe

Eagle Home School Amy Barnes

Ashley Ballard

Taylor Barnes

Tiffany Blackard

Brittany Brooks

Haley Brown

Mindy Brown

Will Burns

Drew Cannon

Hailey Carmon

Cole Childers

Brittney Clanton

Carliauna Cole

Lauren Coleman

Lindsey Cox

Kaitlyn Crews

Keri Crum

Jordan Dalton

Brianna Davis

Jordan Dickson

Jordan Elam

Paul Ellenburg

Chris Garrett

Brandon Grayson

Amanda Greer

Congratulations on all of your Buy a T g n i n n a T a y Packag anning Bu achievements! t e g d e and g an et ackage P

10% o ff

ff 10% o

Great selection

Alexis Aday

Marly Foster

Ethan Scully

Tayler Haney

Elaina Rossi

Anna Rutherford

Hannah Stricklen

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 19

Katelyn Williford

Graduation is only a concept. In real life every day you graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. If you can grasp that, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll make a difference. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Arie Pencovici Cheers

Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 2013

of clothes & accessories

for the graduate on your list!

20% Off

one regular priced item

Pies â&#x20AC;˘ Turtles â&#x20AC;˘ Fudge â&#x20AC;˘ Haystacks â&#x20AC;˘ Cakes Peanut Butter Balls â&#x20AC;˘ Choc Dipped Strawberries Oreo Balls â&#x20AC;˘ Much More 896 HWY 2 Kossuth Phone: 662-396-4656 Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm

Congratulations Graduates

Gift Certificates Available! 514 Fillmore St Downtown Corinth

662.287.8624

Congratulations     Graduates!   

     No artificial flavors, no added preservatives. Since 1886.

Corinthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Oldest Heating & Air Company


20 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 9

Corinth

Adamsville

Richard Anglin

Mikaila Aven

Amber Axley

Kyle Barnes

Janey Beltran

Zachary Blakely

Katilyn Blattler

Kayleane Bock

Quinten Brasher

Kirby Brush

Toni Castile

Joshua Chappell

Elisabeth Churchwell

Darby Congiardo

Darby Culver

Mary Culver

Bridgett Day

Jeremy Day

Toni Edge

Jorden Elder

Timothy Elrod

Spencer Ferguson

William Fink

Courtney Forsythe

Dalton Frazier

Justin Gaffney

Christopher Gattis

Aranda Hanks

Amber Hansen

Holly Harbin

Ben Mansel

Seth Mansel

Austin Martin

Juan Martinez

Kody Mask

Journey McCallister

Tyler McCalla

Catie McCandless

Elizabeth McPheters

Kabreea Moore

Abby Null

Lexi Null

Tanner Parker

Antwone Patterson

Isaac Patterson

Portia Patterson

Terrel Payton

Chelsea Perkins

Kelsey Pounders

Austin Powell

Whitney Pruitt

Brandon Roberson

Michaela Roberts

Courtney Settlemires

Michael Sherer

Jessika Smith

Kyle Smith

Stennett Smith

Jawaun Sorrell

Ben Strickland

Juron Stubbs

Grace Swanson

Katie Timmons

Courtney Vanderford

Chris Walters

Destiny Washburn

Erin Watts

Mary Wayne

Madison Wigginton

Free Wilburn

Elizabeth Williams

Erin Wortman

Congratulations For Achieving Academic Excellence

this ed you come We’ve watch the sky is the limit. far, and now ur dreams, and e Hold fast to yo to reach for th don’t be afraidw you can do it! stars. We kno

Cody Johnson

3 1 0 2 f o s s a l C , s e Best Wish Pratt Family Medical Clinic JOSEPH L. PRATT, M M.D. L PRATT D AMY DAVIS, M.D.

CARLA BRAY, BRAY FNP CAYCE REDDING , FNP

121 Pratt Dr. 1A Corinth, MS 662-286-0088

Josh Stanley

Aliyah Trice

Bus: (662) 286-5430 Fax: (662) 286-5431

DAVID PAYNE Brandon Wilbanks

1000 S. Harper Rd. Corinth, MS www.thedinnerbell.info 662-286-5800

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” - Philippians 4:13

AGENT 1103 Hwy 72 East Corinth, MS 38834 dpayne@alfains.com

Congratulations to the Class of 2013! Morgan Wigginton

Not Pictured Jalyshia Brodes

Jazz Garner

Hunter Brumley

Ka’dejhi Long

Brandon Dickerson

Kati Morgan

Taylor Smith


8 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Adamsville

Corinth

Carlos Fuentes

Darius Gaines

Brandon Gann

Fletcher Hall

Mikaela Hancock

Zack Hardwick

Annalee Hendrick

Randy Hill

Colby Horner

Hank Howell

Holly Howell

Kijana Hurd

Laâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;April Ingram

Alexis Jacobs

JaJa Johnson

Latia Johnson

Sadie Johnson

Kendrick Jones

Kenyatta Jones

Tesia Keith

Laney Kemp

Bailee Kramer

Jake Kushner

Hunter Lewis

Chase Little

Alyssa Lopez

Kyanna Lyons

Cody Malone

J.D. Manahan

Tate Maness

                             

Congratulation Graduates!

Clausel Jewelry      662-286-5597

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE 2013 GRADUATES

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 21

2013 Congratulations

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud of you and wish you all the best!! 1906 Shiloh Rd. (Formerly Harlows) Corinth, MS. 662-396-2167 â&#x20AC;˘ fax 662-396-2168 Open Tuesday - Sunday â&#x20AC;˘ 6 AM-12 Noon

Congratulations Katie & The Class of 2013

Evan Harris

Lindsey Hazelwood

Taylor Henry

Sidney Hollin

Sarah Howard

Janie Hutton

Tyler Irwin

Samantha Jackson

Bobby Johnson

Hillary Johnson

Seth Killingsworth

Dakota king

Randy King

Kasandra Krenson

Mollie Lacey

Kenneth Lenz

Bryan Littlejohn

Keantinez Lloyd

Ralanda Lloyd

Courtney Lobb

James Lunsford

Jonah Lusk

Isaac Lynn

Sarah Martin

Caitlyn Mcafee

Alaina Mccall

Dustin McDonald

Johnathon McDonald

Wesley Mealer

Lauren Meek

Daniel Milford

Bradley Mills

Karen Moore

River Moore

Dallas Nelms

Terry Nicholson

Samantha Oaks

John Odom

Preston Pettigrew

John Pettit

Bobby Plunk

Dustin Plunk

Elijah Prather

Brandon Pyron

Haydon Reece

Alexander Roach

Jarrod Robbins

Casey Roberts

Joseph Robinson

Melody Robinson

Mia Robinson

Nicole Ross

Samantha Rowsey

Faith Sampey

Steven Searcy

Anna Shelton

Mary-Elizabeth Shirley

Noyes Family Care Center 2000 Shiloh Road â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS

662-287-6999

417 E. Waldron St â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834

662-396-1727

Amber Shukwit

Nathan Skinner

Trevor Smith


22 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Eric Stanford

Sarah Whitley

Austin Stewart

Zachary Whitney

Warren Strickland

Jennifer Wicker

Corinth

Adamsville

Breanna Taylor

Madison Wicker

        

        FERRELLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 807 SOUTH PARKWAY â&#x20AC;˘ 287-2165 1609 HARPER ROAD â&#x20AC;˘ 287-1337 CORINTH, MS

Jacob Terry

Garrett Wilson

Heather Thompson

Simone Wilson

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 7

Becky Todd

Bailey Wolfe

Joshua Warshaw

Zachary Woolworth

Jacob Weaver

Whitney Wrzesniewski

  

   #   $

HILL+#

 ADAM +%# PRICE )  "$ RANDY 

ZACHERY MARCINEK ANTONIO DAVIS )'

"

CASEY (( ROACH

 #( MARLEY&

FOSTER AARON WREN DAKOTA DOOLEY #$+ 

#,

 $ * #

 -

HUNTER RICHARDSON DANIEL MALONE HALEY  ! 

 $)&

"$SORRELL&$ $ &#$

HUNTER

$*LEWIS HUNTER MITCHELL DESIREE COPELAND #( $

!!, JACOB  "'BARNES #

 $)&   DYLAN ADAMS

Brandon White

Brady Allen

Clayton Allred

Jason Alston

Chris Anderson

Aaron Austin

Ashleigh Ballard

Moneke Barton

Lydia Beard

Robby Blackard

Ann Brock

David Brown

Ali Burns

Collin Burns

Kaleb Byrd

Lauren Case

Chelsea Caveness

Haley Christian

Michael Clark

Desireeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Copeland

Osiris Copeland

Brianna Cummings

Caroline Curtis

Antonio Davis

Caleigh Dixon

James Dotson

Natasha Drain

Pree Dunbar

Hunter Fowler

Kaitlynn Frazier

Kreana Freelove

Orme Zach

Congratulations

to our Graduates ffrom First Presbyterian Church y

Congratulations Best Wishes Class of

Chrisi A Anderson Ch d

Annalee Hendrick A l H dik

Bailee Kramer B il K

2013

#

&$  %  and the Class of 2013! Brandon Roberson B d R b

 !       000&",$)%,--/+%,(",'%.#*(

Stennetttt S Smith St ith

    !1 ! !          000,*&%,--/+%,(",'%.#*(

Come see us for all of your graduation gift needs! 1425 S. Harper Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834

286- MEDS (6337)

Free Wilb Wilburn F

Elizabeth Williams Eli b th Willi

Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 8-6

www.facebook.com/GooseberryFrozenYogurt


6 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Biggersville

Nicole Allen

Brooks Bishop

Kevin Bollig

Colby Borden

Cameron Bradshaw

Chaz Brown

Darius Carroll

Avery Crump

Jordan Davis

Mark Hamlin

Matthew Hamlin

James Harvell

Emery Hatcher

Danica Huggins

Aaron Hughes

Matthew Jolly

Amber Judd

Cynthia Kerr

Victor Kuykendall

Rebecca Lee

Savanah McLemore

Autumn Stacy

Brittany Michael

Lelisha Swicegood

Meagan Mitchell

Austin Tucker

Billy Nunley

Hunter Warren

Miranda Pace

DeShante Watson

Class of 2013 Congratulations to all Graduates! Kenny’s Barbecue 567 Hwy 45 • Corinth, MS • 662-287-5990

Alexanderia Palmer

Whitney Welch

Brittany Pruitt

Ethan Rider

Alec Robinson

Justin Robinson

“Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go.” -William Feather

Congratulations to all 2013 Graduates from GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL “The Little Critter Gitter” 662-287-3521

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 23

Parker Adams

Tiffany Alfano

Cristina Amaya

Hope Anderson

Joey Bakeer

CJ Barnes

Jimmy Bearden

Aqua Bradley

Lane Brewer

Shelby Brewer

Dillon Bright

Amy Britt

Breanna Burge

Kyle Burns

Austin Carlin

Paige Carlin

Madison Carroll

Carrigan Chambers

Whitney Chandler

Jonathon Clifton

Laura Beth Coleman

April Coleson

Josh Collins

Amber Cook

Jessica Copeland

Veronica Cross

Mark Crowe

Tyler Crowe

Jermaine Damron

John Thomas Davis

Kooper Davis

Shayna Davis

Taurus Davis

April Dellinger

Darby Drinkard

Anna Paige Duefel

Wyatt Eason

Austin Ervin

Morgan Eskew

Blake Forbes

JC Fortune

Aaron Friend

Matthew Frye

Ian Furman

Jessie Gaither

Tyler Gaytan

Bo Glover

Meredith Goodman

Ariel Graham

Deven Graham

Brandi Gray

Tae Green

Tasha Greene

Emilee Hader

Alex Harmon

Marcus Hensley

Melanie Hester

Cody Hill

Makayla Holley

Nichole Holloway


24 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Alcorn Central

Devin Holt

Cheyanna Honey

Dalton Horton

Kassie Humphreys

Brad Hunt

Christi Hurst

Macie Ingle

Chelsea Isbell

Madison Jobe

Amanda Johnson

Ashley Johnson

Melony Johnson

Paige Jones

Lindsey Joyner

Corbin Kennedy

Krystin Kennedy

Shelby Kennedy

Sara Kiestler

Trae Kinchen

Dustin King

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 5

Brittany Peters

Simone Pickard

Dillon Piner

Adam Price

Reid Price

Wesley Price

Anna Redding

Phillip Richardson

Mitch Rickman

James Riggs

Matt Robbins

Anna Roby

Meagan Rorie

Brandin Russ

Brandy Russell

Brandon Smith

Hannah Smith

Tyler Smith

Dustin Sparks

Keano Stacy

!DD9 &J8@ Jason Kirk

Trinity Kirkpatrick

Angela Lacefield

Wayne Lambert

Jennifer Leatherwood

Stuart Littlejohn

Alex Lopez

Tyler Lowrance

Meagan Martin

Alice Maxey

Chase Strachan

Ryan Thompson

Genny Grace Tucker

Richard Upchurch

Chelsea Wallin

We wish you all the best today and much success in your future endeavors. Heather McCormick

Tyler Mitchell

Kelley Moore

Avery Morrical

jacob Mullins

Marcus Nash

Samantha Norris

Dillon Oliver

Caitlin Petty

Brianna Phelps

Family Financial Services 101 1/2 N. Cass St. • Corinth, MS 662-665-7976

Congratulations

Joyner Pollard

Davion Prather

Charlie Rankin

Ryan Ray

Cayla Redmon

Austin Reed

Rachel Reinke

Madison Renfro

Ruger Rhodes

Revosea’ Richardson

2013 Class of 2013!

Dal Nelms 4th District Supervisor

Brittany Rickman

Malea Riley

Alexxus Roberts

Justin Robers

DZ Robinson

Shelby Rose

Jordan Ross

Shawna Roten

Mikaela Rowland

Caroline Rowsey

Corey Wood

Bryce Wood

Aaron Wren

!G69H

Baptist Church

2013 GRADUATES LEXI ADAY AARON AUSTIN JACOB BARNES RACHEL BOND ANNA BOWLING CHELSEA BUNTIN TAYLOR CARR

PRESTON CLINE LAUREN COLEMAN ALLY GRAY SADIE JOHNSON JONATHAN LANCASTER FU MENG CASSIDY MORGAN

BAYLEIGH NETHERY ADAM PRICE WHITNEY SHIPMAN JAKE SMITH HANNAH STRICKLEN MASON SYKES SAYDE TURNER MARY WAYNE

1101 S. Harper Rd. • Corinth, MS • (662) 287-3118


4 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

McNairy Central

Alcorn Central

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 25

Destany Gray

Ally Gray

Katie Hancock

Shyla Harmon

Chris Harvell

Kennedy Hester

David Hollowell

Felicity Howell

Willliam Isabell

Paige Jenkins

Samantha Russell

Dreyfus Sain

Tacoma Sain

Ashton Sanders

Joey Sanders

Kenda Scales

JW Shoemake

Mikayla Siler

Dakota Simmons

Preston Simmons

Jessica Johnson

Lindsey Jones

Felicia Laird

Jonathon Lancaster

Michalya Leonard

Daniel Malone

Kayla Massengill

Hunter McCallister

Amber Merideth

Seth Mohundro

Colton Smith

Haley Sorrell

Hunter Stevens

Jessica Stevens

Makinley Steward

Kenyatta Strickland

Charity Surratt

Blake Sweat

Macee Taylor

Brian Thacker

Not Pictured

Connie Clough Howard Collins Ashley Irvin Jordan Ross Tate Stone Jay Moore

Cassidy Morgan

Sara Morrow

Kaitlyn Mynatt

Caleigh Newton

Congratulations to All our area seniors

3 Locations To Serve You

3000 Hwy 72-W Corinth, MS 662-665-0022

NOW OPEN 24 HOURS

Village Square Shops Corinth, MS 662-287-8781

1609 N Harper Rd Corinth, MS 662-287-1090

Melanie Nigliazzo

Josh Nix

Tabi Nunley

Kayla Parker

Austin Perriman

Brandon Thurman

Kristina Trice

Robert Tull

Cody Turner

Brad Tutor

Matt Vandevander

Kristen Vandiver

Jordan Waffird

Travis Weaver

Tyler Wells

Kaitlin Wheatley

Deaundra White

Anna Kate Whitley

Jacob Williams

Jake Williams

Jesse Williams

Tyler Wilson

Tiffany Winebenner

Zipporah Woods

Jeri Lyn Wooters

CONGRATULATIONS TO OOUR UR G GRADUATE RADUATE “Have I not commanded you? “Have I not commanded you?Be Be strong and courageous. Do not be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be be discouraged, afraid; do not discouraged,for for the Lord your God will bebewith the Lord your God will withyou you wherever you go.”

STRICKLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 554 CR 306 (Hwy 72E) Corinth, MS

Julie Ford Julie Ford

Screen Printing - Custom Embroidery Team Jerseys - Custom T-shirts Trophies & Engraving - Vinyl Lettering Corinth, MS 662-287-7678

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2013


26 • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • Daily Corinthian

Good career paths for recent grads It has been a stressful couple of years for college students. An unstable economy has led many students to second-guess their investments in higher education, and fear regarding employment prospects after graduation are common among today’s students. Graduates who majored in fields of study that are more recession-proof than others could have decided advantages over students who went with other majors. Knowing which careers are still going strong and which have stalled can help college students with goals of finding a career with growth potential. - Financial analysts and managers: Many forecasts indicate jobs in finance will continue to remain strong with high growth. Despite financial ups and downs, people still need to be educated on how and where to spend their money. Students with degrees in finance and marketing may have advantages over others. - Engineers: Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to develop economical solutions to technical problems. Their work is the link between scientific discoveries and the commercial applications that meet societal and consumer needs. Many different fields require engineers, from mechanical and civil industries to electrical and chemical industries. Engineering remains a strong course of study with many different subsets for specialization. - Networking/systems administration: With the world revolving around computers,

jobs in the systems administration field remain viable. Keep in mind that there is also a wide array of competition in these careers, but the ability to make high salaries is what drives many to pursue careers in networking and computer systems administration. -Accounting: Similar to other financial careers, accounting jobs remain stable despite the uncertain economy. Where there is money to be spent, individuals and businesses will require the services of accountants to keep all of their accounts in check. Entry-level accountants can receive in-house promotions and become finance executives. - Nursing/medical careers: Jobs in healthcare continue to be strong as well. An aging population keeps nurses, doctors, aides and medical-supply companies in business. There are many different nursing specializations, making nursing an attractive career choice. -Software design and development: Keeping today’s digital world running requires a staff of people constantly updating and creating new software. From games to business applications to all of those entertaining apps downloaded each day, software designers pave the way for computer inno-

Alcorn Central

vation. -Salespeople: Sales is one of the oldest and longest-running types of occupations available. Every industry needs quality sales professionals to meet with the public and drive interest in products and services. There are sales positions in just about every industry. -Educators: The Millenial generation is just as large as the Baby Boom generation, and children will continue to fill up classrooms across the world. It is estimated three million more teachers are needed by 2015 to fill openings in the United States alone. Also, initiatives to require Pre-K classes could increase the number of education jobs even further. -Computer information security: The need to protect personal information from those who want to exploit it continues to grow. Computer information security will continue to increase with the expansion of technological applications.

Daily Corinthian • Sunday, May 19, 2013 • 3

Tiffany Ayers

Craig Bain

Kalee Bain

Haley Barnes

Jake Barnes

Brittany Bickerstaff

Anna Bowling

Cody Broadway

Hunter Bronson

Abbey Brooks

Chelsea Buntin

Tyler Burgess

Olivia Carnathan

Jordan Caveness

John Childers

Maddie Clayton

Alan Clemmer

Preston Cline

Cody Crotts

Daniel Derrick

Morgan Derrick

Dakota Dooley

Erica Doran

Felicia Dunlap

Ashley Ferrero

Cortney Ford

Julie Ford

Gwen Foster

Alicia Frady

Chris Gardner

Chalk it up to hard work and dedication: you’ve graduated! Congratulations on a job well done, graduates.

MILLS AUTO SALES, INC.

Mark Mills - Owner 1403 HWY 72 W. CORINTH, MS 662-286-0223


2 â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily Corinthian

Congratulations to the Class of 2013! Magnolia Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic, PA

     Call 662-286-6369 or 1-800-961-CAST (2278) for appointments Dr. Randall P. Frazier Dr. John E. Foropoulos Dr. Wendy M. Nethery

WHOOO

Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, May 19, 2013 â&#x20AC;˘ 27

Congrats to all Seniors We recognize that everyone of you are part of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future. May God Bless you! Remember us at Casabellas when you need furniture. BUY TODAY! GET TODAY! 2401 S. Harper Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS 38834 662-286-3127 â&#x20AC;˘ casbellafurniture.net

Congratulations Graduates! Congratulations2011 2013 Graduates! Corinth-Alcorn County Bank Association Corinth-Alcorn County Bank Association

Says Graduates Are Special?

WE DO! Congratulations to the Class of 2013 on this impressive accomplishment. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud of you.

Member FDIC

Equal Housing Lenders


  "

CELEBRATE Your hard work has paid of, and graduation is your time to let loose and celebrate. Remember that good decisions have led you here today, so stay smart and celebrate responsibly. We hope your graduation day is special in every way, and we wish you much luck a you take the next step.

Congratulations!

Now Booking

2014 Seniors Call today!

662-287-6824

On Location   !   

Crossroads Area High School Graduations

2 0 1 3

Daily Corinthian E-Edition 051913  

Daily Corinthian E-Edition 051913