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Law enforcement looking for Walmart robber BY STEVE BEAVERS

SELMER, Tenn. — The search for a male suspect believed to have robbed several Walmart stores in the region is ongoing. The Selmer store became the latest to be hit on June 30. Two Walmarts in Jackson, Tenn., one in Booneville and a Collierville, Tenn., location make up more than 10 supercenters robbed by the same suspect. “We think he could be a former employee,” said Selmer Police Department Investigator Roger Rickman. Rickman said the suspect is believed to have used a generic key given to employees to open registers in some of the robberies. After keys were changed, he started using a hammer. “It’s definitely the same

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guy who robbed the Jackson stores,” said the investigator. In the Selmer robbery, the suspect arrived at the store at 12:24 p.m. on a Sunday in a gold colored car. As he enters the store, the suspect covers his face and precedes to walk around all of the registers. “He goes to an outlying register and then by electronics before going to the hardware department to get a hammer,” said Rickman. Once he has the hammer, the man heads back to electronics, pacing the area until associates go to a different part of the store. Once no one is around, he uses the hammer to open the register and take the money. “He didn’t get a lot of money,” Please see SEARCHING | 2A

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The Selmer Police Department is looking for a male suspect believed to be involved in the robbery of the Walmart in the town.

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The agenda is set for a meeting of the Corinth Board of Mayor and Aldermen at 5 p.m. Thursday. The meeting has been moved from next week’s regular date because most of the board will be in Biloxi attending the annual conference of the Mississippi Municipal League Monday through Wednesday. Several previously tabled items resurface on Thursday’s agenda. These include an ordinance amendment to expand the park commission from five to seven members. The county would also need to approve the change. An agreement with the Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District to commence work on redistricting of ward boundaries based on the 2010 census is back before the board. The previously tabled expansion of the Corinth Opportunity Redevelopment District to Shiloh Road is also on this week’s agenda. New business includes Louis Harris with Purple Heart Mississippi to address the board and a public hearing for property cleanup at block 87, Mitchell and Mask

geles Lakers are all ready to see which is the fastest. “I love every one of them and thought the kids did an awesome job,” said Corinth Unit Director Christy Grice. “Every day I would get more excited as the karts came together.” Chris Kelley, a staff member

The “piecemakers” are stitching together their second big show. The Cross City Piecemakers Quilt Guild members will showcase their talents at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. “We are trying to pique some interest for the quilters in the area and get more people involved,” said Sharon Beene, an avid quilter and past president of the group. “We want people to learn how to quilt to keep it going from generation to generation.” Nostalgia and love for family heirlooms handed down through the years helps fuel the popularity of quilting. “It came back in the ‘70s and has been growing ever since,” said Beene, who helped launch the Piecemakers about eight years ago as an offshoot of the Needle Chasers Quilt Guild in Iuka. Beene and several other of the “piecemakers” continue to be active with the Needle Chasers, as well. Beene hopes to see 50 to 100 quilts included in this week’s show. It will not be

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Driver JonDarius Warren and team member Arrianna Kelley get in some practice time before the July 20 Indy 500 Family Fun Day at the Boys & Girls Club.

5 teams taking part in B&G Club event BY STEVE BEAVERS

NASCAR has nothing on the Boys & Girls Club when it comes to putting together a race team. The Corinth Unit of the Northeast Mississippi Boys & Girls Club is ready to unveil its five teams when it plays host to the “Indy 500 Family Fun Day” on July 20 from noon to 3 p.m.

The go-kart event was originally scheduled for Saturday before being pushed back due to a conflict. Entries such as Think Pink – a solid pink kart made to draw attention to Breast Cancer Awareness, Corinth Warriors, Lowe’s, Boys & Girls Club and a kart painted in the purple and gold colors of the Los An-

Genealogy Society seeking information on Civil War era BY STEVE BEAVERS

What effect did the Civil War have on local citizens? The Alcorn County Genealogy Society is trying to find out. Spurred by a recent column by National Park Service Ranger Tom Parson, the Genealogy Society is calling on individuals with any information from the

time to share it with them. “We have almost no information from the era,” said Gale Judkins with the Alcorn County Genealogy Society. “Anyone who has old letters, diaries or even oral stories passed down through the family is encouraged to share the information with us.” Judkins said copies can be

made and transcribed at the genealogy office. “Whatever needs to be done, we will do so a copy can be put in a special file for researchers,” she said. In Parson’s column, which appeared in the June 16 edition of the Daily Corinthian, he mentioned a Corinth doctor by the name of Dr. Joseph Stout.

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The doctor was labeled a traitor by townspeople for his tending of Union soldiers. After his death, it was learned Dr. Stout was actually a Confederate spy who passed along information he learned while caring for the soldiers. “It was a great article,” said Judkins. “Prior to it coming out, a family from Arkansas and

south Texas were in town looking for any kind of information the war had on Corinthians.” The request got the ball rolling on seeking more info from the period. “So many researchers are looking for the same kind of articles,” added Judkins. Please see INFORMATION | 2A

On this day in history 150 years ago The siege of Charleston, S.C., begins. Union ironclads bombard Confederate positions on Morris Island while infantry prepares an assault on Battery Wagner. Charleston is hit by Union artillery as well.


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Alcorn County students degree candidates for spring, summer semesters at Ole Miss Special to the Daily Corinthian

OXFORD — The following University of Mississippi students from the area are among 3,541 spring semester and summer semester candidates for degrees: Christopher Lee Vandiver, Bachelor of General Studies Briley Morgan Elliott, Bachelor of Arts Justin Andrew McDaniel, Bachelor of Arts Waylon Dwayne Banks, Master of Criminal Justice Jennifer Lynn Hanson, Master of Science John Adkins James, Master of Accountancy Benjamin Neal McLemore, Master of Music Michael James Killing-

sworth, Bachelor of Accountancy Rachelle Louise Norris, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Heath Williams Shipman, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Bryson Barker Avent, Bachelor of Business Administration Rebecca Cole, Bachelor of Business Administration Hannah Conaway, Bachelor of Business Administration Skylar Everette McCrimon, Bachelor of Business Administration James Kyle Cooper, Bachelor of Arts in Education Tina Nicole Dunn, Bachelor of Arts in Education

Allie Kate Garcia, Bachelor of Arts in Education Hannah McEwen Jones, Bachelor of Arts in Education Erica Melvin Maness, Bachelor of Arts in Education Jennifer Lynn Settlemires, Bachelor of Arts in Education Candida Maria Hancock, Bachelor of Arts in Education Skylar Lavon Holland, Juris Doctor Lauren Elizabeth Cheek, Bachelor of Arts Lisa Stephens Henry, Bachelor of Arts in Education August Porcshia Norman, Bachelor of Arts Cory Blake Quinn, Bachelor of Arts

Michael George Vinals, Bachelor of Arts Bradley Gene Johnson, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Jasmine Symone Jarrett, Bachelor of Business Administration Tyler Gregory Smith, B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Nicholas Adam Gutzler, Bachelor of Arts Lacona Lorrell Blunt, Bachelor of Arts Founded in 1848, the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) is the flagship university for the State of Mississippi. A world-class public research university, the institution has a long history of producing leaders in public service, academics and innovative research. With more

than 21,500 students, Ole Miss is the state’s largest university, with a major medical school, a nationally recognized law school and 15 academic divisions. It has been ranked as one of America’s best college buys by Forbes and one of the best places to work by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The university’s Honors College has been named one of America’s finest. For more information about the University of Mississippi, visit http://news.olemiss. edu or sign up for our RSS feed at http:// Follow us on Facebook or Twitter at http://

Heavy rains fill TVA reservoirs, cause minor flooding Associated Press

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Heavy rains over the weekend have pushed the Tennessee River up to flood stage, closing Chattanooga’s Tennessee Riverpark and affecting about 30 Chattanooga families. Tennessee Valley Authority reservoirs -- including Pickwick -- across the state are full, and TVA’s water managers are spilling as much water through the dams as they safely can, especially since rain is expected again on Thursday. The good news is that all of this water will likely mean lower power bills in coming months for TVA customers, although it is too early to estimate the

amount. TVA hydro generation is about 40 percent above plan for the year, and the agency already has said it is lowering its total monthly fuel cost adjustment for July by 10 percent. It’s unusual to have so much rain in the summer, when TVA usually struggles to keep reservoirs full for recreation. TVA typically draws down reservoirs to their lowest levels in the fall and winter to make storage space for spring rains. Charles Bach, Tennessee Valley Authority’s general manager of river operations for the Chattanooga area, said Chickamauga Dam is at flood stage and is

spilling water at 1.4 million gallons per second. His goal is to allow enough water to flow through the dam’s spillway gates to keep water from flowing over the dam and causing more flooding. But he also is trying to hold water back to minimize flooding downstream. At this water level, he said, people start to see effects marinas and parks. Fort Loudoun Dam is about a foot above its summer level. Watts Bar is about 3 feet above summer level and Norris is expected to reach that same level. “We are in good shape in the Knoxville area,” Bach

said. “But our strategy is to be aggressive and move as much water as possible because we are expecting another rain event on Thursday.” At Douglas Dam, the lake level is 6 to 7 feet above the summer normal and at Fontana it is 3 feet above the summer level. In Middle Tennessee, the U.S. Army Corps of

Engineers has been holding back releases from the 10 dams it operates on the Cumberland River and its tributaries to prevent flooding. The Corps says simulations show Nashville already would have flooded if it were not for the network of dams and reservoirs.

Any information the public would like to share from the areas comprised of old Tishomingo County, Alcorn, Prentiss and Tishomingo counties or southern McNairy and Hardin counties in Tennessee can


subdivision, owned by Mohamed Barjasteh. The board will consider adjudication of the cost of cleanup completed at the following addresses: 216 Penn Street, corner of Penn and Ross Street, 608 Wenasoga Road, 1521 Jackson Street, southeast corner of Crater and White, southeast corner of Ross and Pierce, 1223 Wick Street and 906 Scott Street. The board will consider a proposal letter for the FY 14 and FY 15 audit, and an economic development matter is expected to be heard in executive session.


judged, but viewer’s choice honors will be given. Some of the quilts to be displayed have won prizes in other shows. With some growth in membership, the group could look at holding shows more frequently, Beene said. The Piecemakers have about 25 members on the roster. The group meets on the third Thursday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Mississippi State University Extension Office.




be done by contacting the Genealogy Society at 662-286-0075 or via email at The Alcorn County Genealogy Society is located in the courthouse and is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

said Rickman. “He does more than damage to the register than anything else.” During the Selmer robbery, the man leaves the store though the regular exit once he has broken into the register. Anyone who recognizes or knows the suspect should call the Selmer P.D. at 731-645-7906.



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Members of the Think Pink race team include Landon Ragin (standing from left), Janice Kelley, Chris Kelley, Arrianna Kelley, Teosha Boyd, Sir DeBose and driver JonDarius Warren.


at the club, came up with the idea for the Think Pink kart. “I wanted one that represented something,” said the Corinth fireman. “Breast Cancer Awareness was the first thing that popped into my head.” Painted in all pink, the kart has the Bible verses Psalm 27 and Jeremiah 29 11-13 located on each side. It was voted Best of Show in the recent Easom Outreach Foundation parade. “Chris put in a lot of time on his team’s kart,” added Grice of the entry set to have the signatures of cancer survivors on it. Kelley also added bi-

cycle tires to the front and back of the kart. “Since we are racing, I wanted to build it for speed,” he said with a smile. Remaining members of Think Pink include Janice Kelley, Arrianna Kelley, JonDarius Warren, Teosha Boyd, Landon Ragin and Sir DeBose. Warren is expected to be the driver on race day. “We want to get the bragging rights for a year,” said Kelley of the attempt to claim first place. “These kids are so competitive,” added Grice. “All they have been talking about is who is going to win.” The response has changed since the first

time Grice pitched the idea. “They whined and said there was no way they could do it,” said the unit director. “Now the project has taken over the summer for them.” A parade will begin the race day. Staff members will then try their hand with the karts before the actual race takes place against members of the Iuka Unit. The go-karts are not self-propelled and will need the other four team members to push. The steering will be done by using the drivers feet to rotate the front axle. Hot dogs and hamburgers along with icy treats are slated to be served during the day of racing.

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Today in history


Many state buildings ban open carry of guns Associated Press

Today is Wednesday, July 10, the 191st day of 2013. There are 174 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlight in History: On July 10, 1913, the highest recorded shade temperature was measured in Death Valley, Calif., at 134 degrees Fahrenheit (56.7 degrees Celsius). (Previously, the highest recorded shade temperature in the world, 136.4 degrees Fahrenheit, 58 Celsius, was said to have occurred in 1922 in present-day Libya, but the accuracy of that reading was disputed in 2012 by the World Meteorological Organization.)

On this date: In 1509, theologian John Calvin, a key figure of the Protestant Reformation, was born in Noyon, Picardy, France. In 1890, Wyoming became the 44th state. In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson personally delivered the Treaty of Versailles to the Senate, and urged its ratification. (However, the Senate rejected it.) In 1925, jury selection took place in Dayton, Tenn., in the trial of John T. Scopes, charged with violating the law by teaching Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. (Scopes was convicted and fined, but the verdict was overturned on a technicality.) In 1929, American paper currency was reduced in size as the government began issuing bills that were approximately 25 percent smaller. In 1940, during World War II, the Battle of Britain began as Nazi forces began attacking southern England by air. (The Royal Air Force was ultimately victorious.) In 1951, armistice talks aimed at ending the Korean War began at Kaesong. In 1962, AT&T’s Telstar 1 communications satellite, capable of relaying television signals and telephone calls, was launched by NASA from Cape Canaveral. In 1973, the Bahamas became fully independent after three centuries of British colonial rule. John Paul Getty III, the teenage grandson of the oil tycoon, was abducted in Rome by kidnappers who cut off his ear when his family was slow to meet their ransom demands; young Getty was finally released in December 1973 in exchange for nearly $3 million. In 1978, ABC-TV launched its reformatted evening newscast, “World News Tonight,” with anchors Frank Reynolds, Peter Jennings and Max Robinson. In 1985, the Greenpeace protest ship Rainbow Warrior was sunk with explosives in Auckland, New Zealand by French intelligence agents; one activist was killed. Bowing to pressure from irate customers, the Coca-Cola Co. said it would resume selling oldformula Coke, while continuing to sell New Coke. In 1991, Boris N. Yeltsin took the oath of office as the first elected president of the Russian republic. President George H.W. Bush lifted economic sanctions against South Africa.

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JACKSON — Even if Mississippi’s opencarry gun law takes effect, people still won’t be allowed to take firearms into the Capitol or many other state or local government buildings. State agencies have the power to set rules for the properties they oversee. Mississippi government’s biggest landlord, the Department of Finance and Administration, is among the agencies that have filed updated policies to limit on firearms on public property. State Attorney General Jim Hood said two U.S. Supreme Court decisions have specified guns can be banned on education property and in government buildings. “The terminology they use is ‘sensitive places,’” Hood told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday. House Bill 2, passed

by lawmakers and signed by Gov. Phil Bryant earlier this year, attempts to clarify the definition of concealed weapons. It was supposed to become law July 1 but has been put on hold, at least temporarily. Hinds County Circuit Judge Winston Kidd said he’ll decide by Friday whether to extend his order halting the law. The Hinds County district attorney and some constables sued to block the measure they call unconstitutionally vague. Supporters say the law simply reinforces the right to bear arms that’s guaranteed in the Mississippi Constitution. In a nonbinding legal opinion June 13, Hood said even after the opencarry law takes effect, guns can still be banned in public buildings such as county courthouses and on private property, including restaurants and shops. He also noted state law already bans guns on school and college campuses.

Hood said Tuesday he advised state agencies to give public notice about their gun policies, in case there’s a legal dispute in the future. New or proposed gun rules for some agencies are available on the secretary of state’s website. Weapons have long been forbidden in the century-old Capitol, except for those carried by law enforcement officers. Signs posted on the main entrances make that clear. DFA is banning openly carried firearms in other state offices it oversees, including the Gartin Justice Building, the Sillers and Woolfolk buildings, the secretary of state’s office and the state archives building, all in downtown Jackson. DFA also bans openly carried firearms in the Department of Marine Resources headquarters in Biloxi and in the State Service Center in Hattiesburg. DFA “has determined that all of these properties contain sensitive ar-

eas and that it would be in the government’s interest to protect these buildings by declaring a ban on the open carry of weapons on these properties,” the agency wrote in its June 28 filing. The Department of Public Safety said in its June 19 filing that only law-enforcement officers can carry firearms in driver’s license offices, Highway Patrol stations or other buildings owned or operated by DPS. “These buildings are deemed sensitive places in which a regulation prohibiting the carrying of firearms serves the governmental interest of preserving security for the Department of Public Safety’s operations and personnel,” the agency wrote. The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks bans the open carry of firearms in state parks, but allows people to carry concealed weapons if they have a state-issued permit. The agency wrote in its May 28 administrative filing that “a firearm is not

considered to be lawfully ‘concealed’ if it is within any motor vehicle,” and that any person who lacks a concealed-carry permit must keep a firearm secured, preferably in a locked case, while in the park. The agency also noted “dynamite, firecrackers, rockets or torpedoes” are forbidden in state parks without written permission of the agency’s executive director. Republican Rep. Sam Mims of McComb, one of several sponsors of House Bill 2, conceded Tuesday it’s ironic that weapons are banned in Capitol, where the opencarry bill was passed. It was filed in response to a 2012 opinion issued by Hood’s office, which said a concealed weapon must be completely covered. The bill said the definition of concealed weapon does not include a pistol carried in a holster if it is wholly or partially visible. “We always have to be mindful that we have the right to carry,” Mims said.

Illinois enacts nation’s final concealed-gun law Associated Press

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois became the last state in the nation to allow public possession of concealed guns as lawmakers rushed Tuesday to finalize a proposal ahead of a federal court’s deadline. Both houses of the General Assembly voted to override changes Gov. Pat Quinn made to the bill they approved more than a month ago. Some lawmakers feared that failure to pass something would mean virtually unregulated weapons in Chicago, which has endured severe gun violence in recent months — including more than 70 shootings, at least 12 of them fatal, during the Independence Day weekend. The Senate voted 4117 in favor of the override Tuesday afternoon after the House voted 77-31, margins that met the three-fifths threshold needed to set aside the amendatory veto. Quinn had used his veto authority to sug-

gest changes such as prohibiting guns in restaurants that serve alcohol and limiting gun-toting citizens to one firearm at a time. Quinn had predicted a “showdown in Springfield” after a week of Chicago appearances to drum up support for the changes he made in the amendatory veto. The Chicago Democrat faces a tough re-election fight next year and has already drawn a primary challenge from former White House chief of state Bill Daley, who has criticized the governor’s handling of the debate over guns and other issues. Lawmakers had little appetite for fiddling any further with the legislation on the deadline day the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had set for ending what it said was an unconstitutional ban on carrying concealed weapons. Without action, the previous gun law would be invalidated and none would take its place. “If we do not vote to override today, at 12:01

a.m. tomorrow, July 10, there are no restrictions upon people who want to carry handguns in the public way,” said Sen. Kwame Raoul, a Chicago Democrat who negotiated the legislation with House sponsors.

As a nod to Quinn, Senate President John Cullerton floated legislation that addressed the governor’s worries. But the Senate ultimately approved a follow-up bill that only mentioned two of his suggestions.

The House later rejected the plan, including Cullerton’s proposal to remove a requirement that gun-free zones specifically mentioned in the law — schools, for instance — post signs that they’re off-limits to gun.




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Constitutionality of state law raised BY JACK ELLIOTT JR. JACKSON — The Mississippi Supreme Court may decide the constitutionality of a 1994 state law that allows it to find “harmless” errors committed by juries in death penalty cases. Roger Lee Gillett challenged the law in his post-conviction petition that seeks to overturn his death sentence or to get him a new trial. The law was enacted after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a Mississippi case in 1990 that state appellate courts can uphold murderers’ death sentences, even if their sentencing juries wrongly considered some adverse evidence. Chandler Clemons had challenged the reweighing of the sentencing evidence in his case. The case dealt only with the sentencing phase of a capital murder trial, not Clemons’ convictions. The U.S. Supreme Court stopped short of upholding the Mississippi death sentence of Clemons. But it ruled that describing a crime to juries as “especially heinous, atrocious or cruel” without further definition — as was done in Clemons’ case — was unconstitutionally vague. That ruling has resulted in several death sentences being overturned in Mississippi. Clemons and nearly two dozen other Mississippi death row inmates were ultimately re-sentenced to life in prison. For the rest of the 1990s, no executions took place in Mississippi. The 2002 execution of Jessie Derrell Williams was the state’s first since 1989. Now, members of the Mississippi Supreme Court — none of whom were serving in 1990 — may determine if the 1994 law is unconstitutional. Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. has asked both sides for briefs over the next three months addressing the issue Gillett raised in the post-conviction appeal. In Mississippi, the death penalty can be imposed by a jury only against a defendant found guilty of capital murder, and the jury must find certain aggravating circumstances. Aggravating circumstances include particularly heinous acts of violence, violent criminal histories or other factors that warrant the death penalty as determined by judges and juries. However, in 2002, the U.S. Supreme Court said jurors, not judges, had to decide whether sufficient aggravating circumstances existed to support a death penalty decision. In 2006, the U.S. Supreme Court said a death sentence must be set aside if a jury considered inadmissible evidence that otherwise would not have been before it. Gillett has seized on those decisions in his post-conviction appeal. He claims his due process rights were violated and the state law is unconstitutional. Gillett was convicted in 2007 in Forrest County on two counts of capital murder for his role in the deaths of a Hattiesburg couple and the transporting of their bodies to Kansas in a freezer. While in custody in Kansas, he attempted to escape. That crime was one of the aggravating factors that prosecutors presented jurors to support the death penalty. The Mississippi Supreme Court found in 2010 that the attempted escape issue was harmless error and there was sufficient evidence to convict Gillett in spite of it. Gillett’s attorneys now argue that Mississippi law “exclusively assigns the weighing to the jury” by letting juries decide both the facts that should be considered and the actual sentence. “The jury is assigned the duty of imposition of sentence. The role of each independent fact found by the jury is not independent from other aggravating facts but is part of a set that are considered collectively,” according to Gillett’s post-conviction brief. The attorney general’s office argued that the ruling in Clemons’ case was that an appeals court, such as the Mississippi Supreme Court, can “reweigh the evidence or conduct a harmless error analysis” based on what the jury found. The attorney general argued that courts are not required to reverse a death sentence when they find such “harmless errors” would not have affected the verdict.

Prayer for today Father, we pray that You guide us to fix our eyes on Jesus, the Author and Perfecter of our faith, and to fix our eyes on the goal of heaven where all will finally be made perfectly clear when we see Jesus face to face. Amen.

A verse to share “For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:” — Job 19:25

Islamists not ready for American-style democracy The military coup that ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi marks another failure in U.S. foreign policy over several administrations, which have erroneously promoted the notion that American-style democracy in Islamic lands will produce a nation more like ours. The Founders wrote a Constitution. When properly read and obeyed, it guards against pure democracy and makes “we the people” subject to laws that cannot be abolished by popular vote. Benjamin Franklin properly called what the Founders wrought a “Republic.” Representative government would guard against the passions of a majority. No such safeguards apply in Egypt, or for that matter throughout most of the Islamic world. George W. Bush famously said that freedom beats in every human heart. To paraphrase Bill Clinton, it depends on the meaning of freedom. Definitions are important. To a radical Islamist, Sharia law defines freedom. Constitutions guaranteeing equal rights for all, including religious minorities like Coptic Christians in Egypt, multiple parties and free

speech are mostly absent from societies where Islamists rule. And so maCal jorities, ofThomas ten followed by the mob, Columnist and then the army, rule. Secretary of State John Kerry spent most of his recent visit to the Middle East focusing on the establishment of a Palestinian state. This failed policy is a sideshow and irrelevant to the turmoil throughout the region. The Obama administration is calling for an “inclusive” political process in Egypt, which would include a role for the Muslim Brotherhood. But the Muslim Brotherhood’s radical religious outlook and earthly agenda are the problem, not the solution. Why should the United States expect a different government if a different “brother” is elected, or if Morsi is somehow re-instated? How can Egypt have a stable government when the Brotherhood claims to be doing the will of God at the same time the military says it carried out God’s will by removing Morsi and sec-

ularists say they don’t want Islamists governing Egypt? Writing in The UK Daily Telegraph, Fraser Nelson, editor of The Spectator, says the Arab world needs capitalism, more than democracy. He suggests that Western aid to Egypt be conditioned upon property rights. Throughout the Arab world, he writes, bureaucracy and corruption keep many people from starting businesses without paying costly bribes: “ ... under Hosni Mubarak, for example, opening a small bakery in Cairo took more than 500 days of bureaucracy. To open a business in Egypt means dealing with 29 government agencies. The same story is true throughout the region: The average Arab needs to present four dozen documents and endure two years of red tape to become the legal owner of land or business. If you don’t have the time or money for this, you are condemned to life in the black market: No matter how good you are, you will never trade your way out of poverty.” The right to own property was fundamental to America’s founding. In the beginning, only white male prop-

erty owners were allowed to vote. Discriminatory, yes, but the point about the importance of being invested in the new nation by literally owning a piece of it was thought to be a fundamental component of citizenship. American policy in the Middle East has failed over many decades because of false assumptions, especially when it comes to Israel. While often treating that tiny land as a weed that ought to be dug up, rather than a flower in the desert to be nourished, U.S. policy has focused on placating Arabs and Muslims, many of whom wish to destroy Israel and America. Perhaps now that the United States is rapidly headed toward energy independence (enhanced if the opposition to the Keystone pipeline and fracking can be overcome), this and future administrations won’t feel the need to bow to Middle East dictators and will push a “re-set” button that has a better chance at succeeding than the one that for too long has been stuck and inoperative. (Readers may e-mail Daily Corinthian columnist Cal Thomas at

Dependable motels becoming another flip-flop fantasy A sweet young woman named Michelle painted my toenails the orange of road construction cones, a polish called Flip Flop Fantasy. I was ready to roll. The older I get, the lighter I travel. A friend will be staying at my house for a few weeks, so there was no need even to lock doors. I tried not to look back at dogs Hank and Boo, sitting side by side forlornly like condemned men who can hear the building of the gallows. If I were Lot’s wife, I’d be a salt lick. The dogs will forgive me. By the time I got to St. Louis, I almost forgave myself. The first night of my trip West was spent in a Missouri motel by the freeway near the Kansas line. It had a pool, but the pool had no water, just a rust-colored ring as reminder of more prosperous times. The room had AC, but the hall was kept hot, another sign of entrepreneurial struggle. There was a little televi-

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sion -- this isn’t the Third World quite yet -but nothing on it worth watching. Rheta I rememJohnson bered a 1950 quote I read Columnist somewhere from Daniel Marsh, then president of Boston University: “If the television craze continues, we are destined to have a nation of morons.” It has continued. I drove downtown to find something to eat and got lucky. The Chinese work ethic saved me from starvation. I chose a meal with an asterisk to signify spiciness and lingered over it. There was time to kill. I had stopped that day in Kingdom City, Mo., at a shop called Nostalgiaville, USA, one of those places that spent most of its money on billboard advertising. I needed birthday cards for

friends left behind to celebrate without me. So I passed motel time writing messages across the backsides of the Three Stooges and Andy Griffith, wishing there really was a place called Nostalgiaville, where lights had bulbs and pools had water. By dark there were three more cars in the motel parking lot. I slept. When you were young, nothing stirred the juices like a road trip. Part of the appeal was the Holiday Inn, where you drove right up to the room, ditched your duds and hit the turquoise swimming pool. Nobody worried about bed bugs, free WiFi or a “no smoking” sign. Motels were escape capsules, and darn good ones. They had crisp white sheets, a window unit and room service, not a number for pizza delivery slapped on the telephone. They had lounges. You are lucky now to get a pillow.

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People rhapsodize over hotels they know and love, and I have admired a few. The Peabody in Memphis is still a treat, and the Jefferson in Richmond. The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs is worth saving the matches. But, until lately, I’ve always preferred Magic Finger motels, the one-story, parkat-the-door, bad-art-on-thewall kind of experience. Call me a cheap date. There was dependable uniformity. Now you never know what you’ll get, except perhaps a workout room and a free sticky bun, which cancel out one another. That’s in the past, a dangerous place to live. I dismissed my thoughts as just another flip-flop fantasy. (Daily Corinthian columnistRheta Grimsley Johnson is a resident of Tishomingo County. To find out more about her and her books, visit www.rhetagrimsleyjohnsonbooks. com.)

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GOP: Obama tops health care authority WASHINGTON — In the courts of law and public opinion, congressional Republicans increasingly accuse President Barack Obama of exceeding his constitutional authority for the benefit of special interests, most recently by delaying a requirement for businesses to provide health care for their workers. In one instance, Senate Republicans formally backed a lawsuit challenging the president’s appointment of three members of the National Labor Relations Board without confirmation. The Supreme Court has agreed to review a ruling in the case, which found that Obama overstepped his bounds. Most recently, the White House’s decision to postpone a key part of the president’s health care law drew rhetorical denunciations Tuesday from Republicans who, ironically, want to see the law repealed in its entirety. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said the action was part of a pattern of “indifference to the rule of law on the part of this administration. ... He did it with immigration. He did it with welfare work requirements. And he did it with the NLRB when he took it upon himself to tell another branch of government when it was in recess.

Jury selection begins in Fort Hood trial FORT HOOD, Texas — Six Army officers have been dismissed as potential jurors on the first day of jury selection in the murder trial of the Fort Hood shooting suspect. The first group of 20 potential jurors in Maj. Nidal Hasan’s court-martial arrived Tuesday afternoon from Army posts nationwide. Hasan faces execution or life without parole if convicted in the 2009 rampage that killed 13 and wounded nearly three dozen on the Texas Army post. The judge, Col. Tara Osborn, and prosecutors questioned the group for more than an hour, but Hasan didn’t ask any questions. Prosecutors said six in the group should be dismissed based on their answers in questionnaires and other reasons. One officer knew one of the 13 victims. The judge granted the request.

Pentagon orders review of POW-MIA WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said Tuesday it will take a “second look” at how it goes about accounting for missing Americans on foreign battlefields, following the disclosure of an internal assessment that the work is “acutely dysfunctional” and at risk of failure. “We have a sacred obligation to perform this mission well,” Pentagon press secretary George

Comey: Surveillance can be ‘valuable tool’ WASHINGTON — The Obama administration’s nominee to become the next FBI director, James Comey, told members of Congress on Tuesday that federal judges who oversee government intelligence programs are “anything but a rubber

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stamp.” But Comey also agreed to work with legislators to improve the laws governing surveillance activities. Comey said he wasn’t familiar with the details of the government’s phone and Internet surveillance programs that recently became public, but he said that collecting that type of information can be “a valuable tool in counterterrorism.” “Folks don’t understand that the FBI operates under a wide variety of constraints,” Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is considering his nomination for FBI director. He added that when critics discount the oversight of federal judges and call them a rubber stamp, it “shows you don’t have experience before them.” Committee Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said the expansive scope of the surveillance programs raises the question of “when is enough enough?”

Beefed-up crews fight wildfires in Nevada LAS VEGAS — Fire crews worked Tuesday to stop two large Nevada wildfires advancing through rugged mountain areas, including one billowing smoke visible from downtown Las Vegas and another southwest of Reno. Fifty firefighters were added to the lines on the Carpenter 1 Fire on Mount Charleston, northwest of Las Vegas, bringing to more than 800 the number of personnel battling a blaze identified as the top priority in the West, U.S. Forest Service spokesman Jay Nichols said. “We’ve got a fire running from 11,000 feet to about 5,000 feet,” Nichols said of the elevation of the blaze sparked by lightning July 1 and just 15 percent contained eight days later. He said some of the increase in the fire size was due to backfires set to burn forest fuel and protect homes.

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MSU wins grant to help students STARKVILLE — Mississippi State University is one of 15 schools nationwide to get a grant to help students with their finances. The Council of Graduate Schools announced Tuesday that it would give MSU $40,000 to pay for the program. Associate Dean of the Graduate School Karen Coats says MSU will use the money to educate graduate students about financial literacy. Because students are borrowing more to pay for education, they may need help managing their personal finances and making decisions about saving, spending and borrowing. Colleges nationwide competed for the grants. The graduate schools group plans to measure the effectiveness of each program to determine the best ways to improve financial education for undergraduate and graduate students nationwide. It plans to release interactive tools to help students over the next two years.

EEOC settles suit against strip club lJACKSON — A Jackson strip club will pay $50,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging that it discriminated against black dancers. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the lawsuit in 2011 against Danny’s Cabaret, which bills itself as the largest adult entertainment club in Mississippi and the oldest such chain in the state. U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III signed the consent decree on June 28. The EEOC announced the

settlement in a news release Monday. The lawsuit alleged Danny’s retaliated against four black women after one of them filed a complaint with the EEOC in 2011, by reducing their work hours and subjecting them to fines. Under the decree, Danny’s will implement new policies and practices designed to prevent racial discrimination and retaliation and conduct supervisor and employee training.

Hurricane Hunters leader reassigned BILOXI — Col. Jay Jensen, commander of the 403rd Wing Hurricane Hunters at Keesler Air Force Base, is transferring to the Pentagon. Jensen has been at Keesler for two years and before that from 1999 to 2008. Jensen tells The Sun Herald that a new commander for the Hurricane Hunters will take over at the end of July and operations will continue seamlessly. “The Hurricane Hunter staff is highly experienced,” he said. He said many of the pilots and mechanics have been at Keesler for several years. “Our average reservist can stay here indefinitely,” Jensen said. Jensen will become senior Air Force policy administrator to the Reserve Forces Policy Board under the Secretary of Defense. In that job, he will advo-

cate for the role of reservists in the Air Force and across all military reserve forces. The Hurricane Hunters will stay at Keesler but 10 of the C-130J planes in the 403rd will transfer to Pope Air Field in North Carolina. These transfers aren’t part of budget reductions but are a movement of assets around the Air Force. The 345th Golden Eagles are active duty and will be reassigned to other active duty posts. The 815th Flying Jennies will be dissolved.

Man arrested after weapons are seized PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia police say they have confiscated a dozen guns and as much as 1,200 rounds of ammunition during a traffic stop on Sunday. Staff Sergeant Larry Smith says a suspect was being held on drugs charges while the investigation is continuing. Smith says three containers also taken from the man’s truck car can be used to detonate dynamite. Smith says officers stopped the truck about 5 a.m. and found the guns, ammunition and bulletproof vests during a search. Smith says the guns were loaded and included two AK-47s and a MAC-11 pistol. Smith says the pistol was altered so it would fire as an automatic weapon.


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Company won’t build at site in Moss Point MOSS POINT — Mississippi Gasification will not build a $2 billion plant on the former International Paper Co. site in Moss Point. The decision came in an announcement Tuesday that the company would not renew a lease for the plant site. Mississippi Gasification, owned by New York-based Leucadia National Corp., planned to turn petroleum coke, a byproduct of crude oil refineries, into substitute natural gas for industrial customers across the Southeast. Plans were to open the plant by mid-2015. The company expected to create about 175 full-time jobs. The company decided last year to change its product slate from substitute natural gas to methanol. The company notified the Jackson County officials in late June that it will not extend the current lease option under the terms and conditions of the agreement. “We are disappointed, but respect Mississippi Gasification’s decision,” Jackson County Supervisor Mike Mangum said. International Paper announced it would close in June 2001, and the county bought the property for future redevelopment in late 2003.

Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005 soon after the property was demolished and cleaned up, and it was then used for hurricane debris disposal for almost two years. The property hadn’t been on the market for very long when Leucadia first showed interest.

Clerk out of office, returned minutes later VICKSBURG — Warren County Circuit Clerk Shelly Ashley-Palmertree was out of a job for about 35 minutes Monday. But her job was saved a second time by Judge Isadore Patrick. Patrick signed an order returning AshleyPalmertree to her job from which the Warren County Board of Supervisors had removed her earlier in the day. The judge’s action gives Ashley-Palmertree until next Monday to file a new surety bond. The Vicksburg Post reports that a hearing before Patrick is set for next Tuesday. Ashley-Palmertree’s bond expired June 13 after Chicago-based Western Surety Company asked to release itself in the wake of questions over her accounting procedures. Lawsuits are pending in Hinds County Chancery Court over a demand from the county and state that Ashley-Palmertree repay $661,751.

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SANFORD, Fla. — The trajectory of the bullet and gun powder on Trayvon Martin’s body support George Zimmerman’s account that the teen was on top of him when the defendant shot and killed Martin, an expert on gunshot wounds testified Tuesday as the defense approached the end of its case. Forensic pathologist Dr. Vincent DiMaio also used photographs of Zimmerman to point out where he appeared to have been struck during testimony that took up a significant portion of the day’s hearing. Defense attorneys, who said they may wrap up their case Wednesday, were hoping DiMaio’s testimony would help convince jurors of Zimmerman’s claims that he shot Martin in selfdefense. DiMaio, who was hired by the defense, said the muzzle of Zimmerman’s gun was against Martin’s clothing and it was anywhere from two to four inches from Martin’s skin. “This is consistent with Mr. Zimmerman’s account that Mr. Martin was over him, lean-

ing forward at the time he was shot,” said DiMaio, the former chief medical examiner in San Antonio. DiMaio testified that lacerations to the back of Zimmerman’s head were consistent with it striking a concrete sidewalk. Later, when looking at photos of Zimmerman’s injuries taken the night of the shooting, DiMaio identified six separate impacts to Zimmerman’s face and head. He said he believed Zimmerman’s nose had been broken. “It’s obvious he’s been punched in the nose and hit in the head,” he said. Under cross-examination, DiMaio conceded that the gunshot could also be consistent with Martin pulling away from Zimmerman, and that he reached his conclusion without factoring in statements from some neighbors who say Zimmerman was on top of Martin. DiMaio, who has testified at high-profile trials including that of record producer Phil Spector, said witness accounts are often unreliable. The pathologist said he had been paid $2,400 by the defense. DiMaio’s testimony also addressed the difference between Zimmerman’s account that

he had placed Martin’s arms out to his sides and a photo taken after the shooting that shows Martin’s arms under his body. The pathologist said Martin would have been conscious for 10 to 15 seconds after the shooting as a reserve supply of oxygen ran out of his body, and during that time he could have moved his arms. After DiMaio testified, the 911 calls that captured sounds of the fatal encounter were discussed again. Defense attorneys called Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte to the witness stand to describe the circumstances of how Martin’s family came to hear the 911 tapes. Bonaparte said he played the 911 tapes while members of Martin’s family sat together at City Hall. He played them as a courtesy before they were released publicly. Defense attorneys are trying to show that Martin’s family members may have influenced each other in concluding the screams are those of the Miami teen. Police officers testified for the defense that it’s better for someone who is trying to identify a voice to listen to it alone. Convincing the jury of who was screaming for

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Survivor of fire crew speaks at memorial PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — On a day filled with speeches from dignitaries including the vice president, the words of the lone survivor of a fire crew overrun by flames resonated deepest in an arena packed with firefighters from around the nation. A stone-faced Brendan McDonough filed onto the stage at the end of the service and offered what’s called “The Hot Shot’s Prayer,” calmly reciting the words: “For if this day on the line I should answer death’s call, Lord, bless my Hotshot crew, my family, one and all.”

Travis remains in critical condition NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country singer Randy Travis remained in critical condition Tuesday in a Texas hospital after doctors inserted a device to stabilize his weakened heart. Travis’ publicist, Kirt Webster, said in a news release Tuesday that the singer underwent the procedure after checking into the hospital Sunday with viral cardiomyopathy, a heart condition caused by a virus.

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in suburban Detroit on the Fourth of July. It turned out the weapon was a modified World War II .50-caliber machine gun that had been converted to fire compressed gas. It produced bright flashes and loud gunfire sounds as the driver, a man in his 40s, drove around Shelby Township.

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President Obama’s flawed energy plan needs revision coordination of technology advances. In several of presidential candidate Obama’s stump speeches, he declared our energy problem would require a “Manhattan Project” to solve; I totally agree with him. But he hasn’t kept that political promise, probably because he doesn’t know how. Recently, his new great plan to save our planet is centered on regulation, imposition of severe EPA emission limits, draw-down of oil and gas production, put the coal industry out of business, veto of the Keystone pipeline and create an energy Czar. All this will be accomplished through an unconstitutional exercise of executive power. President Obama is a lawyer and is not capable of solving our nation’s energy problems by using executive orders. The key question is: What is the best way to tackle these three national energy problems? But first, who can’t do it. Congress can’t do it. The current congressional “cap and tax energy bill” approach accomplishes nothing. It sets green house gas emission limits, but doesn’t provide any plan, definition of what technical advances are requiredor funding on how these limits can be accomplished. All it will do is severely impact the nation’s economy. Any comprehensive energy bill generated by Congress will end up being complicated beyond comprehension, driven by the energy lobby and political pressures, filled with loopholes, targeted exceptions and local pork barrel spending. The current “cap and tax” bill already resembles the massive Federal Income Tax Code, or the totally muddled Medicare Part D Prescription Plan with its famous “donut hole” and Obamacare implementation. The fossil fuel industry, along with the auto industry, can’t do it. This would be a colossal conflict of interest. With unprecedented profits, there is little if any incentive for a CEO to want to change, especially when Wall Street and energy investors are reaping huge dividends. The petroleum, coal and auto industry lobbyists, with campaign donations filling their pockets, have been very successful in blocking or water-

BY DON L. NACHBAR The Department of Energy was instituted during the Carter Administration on Aug. 4, 1977; its primary mandate was to lessen our country’s dependence on foreign oil. Thirty-three years later, the department’s budget is $24.2 billion per year; it has 16,000 employees and approximately 100,000 contract employees. However, in 1977, 30 percent of our oil consumption was foreign imports; today 70 percent of our oil consumption is foreign imports. This agency has squandered billions in lavish loans to questionable manufactures who have gone into bankruptcy — Salyndra comes to mine. We’ve spent several hundred billion-tax dollars to support this useless dinosaur agency that few can remember why it was established! Ah, yes -- good old federal bureaucracy. Quietly, we go like sheep to the slaughter. And now we have turned over the banking system, health care and the auto industry, to name a few, to an incompetent, wasteful federal government. There are three specific energy problems that are of most concern, and that also impact climate concerns: ■ The North America Electrical Power Grid is aging and potentially vulnerable to massive impacts of weather (i.e. the great North-eastern/ Canadian ice storm), and terrorist activity that could cause disastrous shut downs of our electronic and computer systems, leading to disruptions to our economy. ■ Our nation’s current oil imports are from countries controlled by Islamists, power-hungry dictators and greedy commodity brokers. ■ Increasing energy costs are impacting our country’s ability to recover from the recession caused by the housing debacle. In President Obama’s energy plan, none of these concerns are addressed. My overriding concern is there is absolutely no organized, centralized national focus on these problems. We have wind, solar, biofuel, geothermal and other alternate energy sources, but no coordinated effort to incorporate them into our infrastructure and electric power grid, and no

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ford to own automobiles. Obama’s energy plan certainly won’t do anything for lower income families. Hollywood can’t do it. Every activist celebrity is getting on the “go green” bandwagon. Please spare us from the plethora of really stupid ideas that will descend upon us, including the “one square piece of toilet paper limit” per trip to the bathroom. Worldwide climate change conferences can’t do it. These conferences certainly can alert the world’s population to the consequences of inaction, but can do little to implement coordinated concrete actions required among the nations to attack the problem. I can understand the previous administration’s balking at signing up to the Kyoto Treaty, because its impact on our national economy could not be predicted. So, maybe we should return to the “Manhattan Project” approach. When President Franklin Roosevelt received Albert Einstein’s warning concerning the feasibility of nuclear fission and Nazi Germany’s nuclear program, he wasted no time in establishing an organization with a goal to develop an atomic bomb before the enemy could threaten the Allied Forces. The organization was the super-secret “Manhattan Project”, and this organizational approach accomplished its goal. Fortunately, he didn’t call Congress or the EPA and give them the job. Early in WW II, Prime Minister Winston Churchill recognized Germany’s Enigma code machine posed a threat

to the war effort. He immediately setup the topsecret Ultra code breakers in Bletchley Park. This coordinated effort broke the Enigma codes and enabled the Allies intelligence access to German military transmissions. In the early 60’s, President John F. Kennedy stood up before Congress and said (in words to this effect): “I believe this nation should set a goal to send a man to the moon and return him safely to earth before the end of this decade.” The national goal of “sending a man to the moon and returning him safely to earth” was achieved, and NASA was a proven successful organizational approach to accomplish the goal. Unfortunately, NASA’s successes have been diminished in later years, mostly due to weak, politically appointed administrators, incompetent presentations of long-term goals and objectives, congressional interference and micro-management, lack of public interest and support, and now the national debt. Therefore, I implore this administration and other members of Congress to clearly reject the regulatory and “cap and tax” approach, and urge our president to fulfill his campaign promise to confront our nation’s energy crisis. I urge President Obama to stand before Congress and say: “I believe this nation must set a goal to become energy independent and reduce the emission of green house gasses by 50-percent by the year 2035. In order to accomplish this goal, I propose to disband the current Department of Energy and their $24 billion appropriation, and in it’s place, establish the ‘National Energy Development Administration’ (NEDA); the administrator would be a Cabinet level position.” Granted, this will take

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would like to welcome the patients of Frank T. Dalton, D.M.D. Family Dentistry to our practice. We are excited about the opportunity to continue providing the dental health care for you and your family that you were accustomed to with Dr. Dalton. We hope you will give us the opportunity to get to know you and earn your trust. Please contact our office if you have any questions. Dental Arts of Corinth, P.L.L.C. 1025 Foote St. • Corinth, MS 38834 (662)-287-3156 Edward S. Knight, Jr., D.D.S. Mark R. Mazurkiewicz, D.M.D. C. William Bailey, D.M.D.


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KFC update Have sales at KFC restaurants in China improved since taking a big hit in the first quarter? Investors find out today, when Yum Brands reports its secondquarter earnings. The company, which also owns Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, posted a steep decline in earnings in its previous quarter due to the slump in sales at KFCs in China. Sales took a hit following media reports that some KFC suppliers were giving chickens unapproved levels of antibiotics.

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The Russell 2000 The road to 1,000 The Russell 2000 index closed above 1,000 points for the first time last Friday and closed at an all-time high of 1,018.05 Tuesday. Although the index is commonly cited, many investors don’t know much about it. The index was launched in 1984 by Russell

Crossing above 1,000


Yelp (YELP)


Revlon (REV)


Lumber Liquidators (LL)


Winnebago (WGO)



98% (OSTK)

July 3, 2003 1,000 456.35




RadioShack (RSH) March 5, 2009 349.54


Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD)


200 ’03 ’04 ’05 ’06 ’07 ’08 ’09 ’10 ’11 ’12 ’13 Investments, an asset manager now based in Seattle. The index includes approximately 2,000 publicly traded companies with the smallest market valuations. Membership in the Russell 2000 is reset annually on the last Friday in June. Stocks with a significant increase in value often become too large and are replaced. This year, 171 stocks were added. One of the largest was the power company Dynegy, which has a market value of $2.1 billion. The index is the most widely used benchmark for the performance of small-cap mutual funds. Its 20 percent return this year outpaces the 16 percent rise of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. Sources: Russell Investments; FactSet


Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) Papa John’s (PZZA)


Smith & Wesson (SWHC)


Barnes & Noble (BKS)


Russell 2000 index


Crocs (CROX)


KB Home (KBH)


Outerwall (OUTR)*


Ethan Allen (ETH)



American Greetings (AM)


Dole Foods (DOLE) Callaway Golf (ELY)

What’s small? The size of companies in the Russell 2000 (market cap)



594m 129m


Brink’s (BCO)


Tivo (TIVO)


Median Avg. Largest


* formerly Coinstar, began trading as Outerwall on July 2

Trevor Delaney • AP

INDEXES 52-Week High Low 15,542.40 12,471.49 6,568.41 4,838.10 537.86 435.57 9,695.46 7,538.24 2,509.57 2,186.97 3,532.04 2,810.80 1,687.18 1,325.41 17,799.15 13,885.91 1,011.10 763.55

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Dow Jones industrials


Close: 15,300.34 Change: 75.65 (0.5%)

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29 25.85 +.53 5 17.36 +.42 ... .43 +.04 dd 24.28 +.72 dd 20.60 +.30 61 89.73 +1.38 23 53.27 +1.58 q 19.41 -.31 q 36.77 +.36 cc 18.58 -.01 15 98.02 +1.04 13 67.97 +.41 ... 12.91 +.21 ... 11.64 +.11 7 34.28 -.25 q 85.33 +.60 q 38.23 +.45 q 49.05 +.10 q 36.33 +.22 cc 17.55 +.35 cc 50.96 -.21 17 69.08 -.74 54 187.20 -.90 dd 12.66 +.12 40 66.13 +.55 ... 28.82 +.08 dd 48.89 +1.98 dd 19.11 -.04 MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) AINERS ($2 OR MORE) OSERS ($2 OR MORE) 21 46.45 +1.12 Vol (00) Last Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg dd 11.41 +.60 Name dd 14.43 +.20 S&P500ETF 1080945 165.13 +1.18 NwstBio wt 2.05 +.55 +36.7 Ixia 14.30 -3.44 -19.4 10 84.09 +1.00 SprintNex 1051597 7.06 -.01 Dolan Co 2.21 +.44 +24.9 IntSurg 419.30 -80.78 -16.2 10 17.21 +.02 BkofAm 1033473 13.53 +.25 NetElem n 6.11 +1.11 +22.2 FX Ener 2.91 -.52 -15.2 40 54.71 +.86 MicronT 892242 13.14 -.90 CytRx 2.66 +.46 +20.9 PacBkrM g 2.89 -.47 -14.0 37 33.53 +.27 SPDR Fncl 713129 20.14 +.17 Prosensa n 23.50 +3.86 +19.7 Oramed n 7.22 -1.17 -13.9 27 7.98 +.08 SiriusXM 705537 3.60 +.12 RedhllBio n 9.83 +1.52 +18.3 CdnSolar 10.75 -1.56 -12.7 q 47.96 +.24 649412 37.88 +.49 ASpecRlty 2.90 +.44 +17.9 DB AgriLg 15.15 -2.09 -12.1 q 16.12 +.17 iShEMkts 2.90 +.40 +16.1 Synchron 26.75 -3.50 -11.6 456164 25.16 +.53 BTU Int 15 28.85 +.29 Cisco -.59 -10.9 ... 29.98 +1.48 BariPVix rs 421376 17.84 -.37 TxCapB wt 34.00 +4.50 +15.3 CarverBcp 4.80 2.26 -.27 -10.7 355783 7.91 -.01 LCNB Corp 26.30 +3.24 +14.1 PrimaBio 11 9.11 -.02 Alcoa ... 28.34 +.34 dd 37.24 +2.33 YSE IARY ASDA IARY dd 3.66 -.14 2,267 Total issues 3,173 Advanced 1,509 Total issues 2,597 23 73.00 +.51 Advanced 803 New Highs 283 Declined 955 New Highs 311 23 30.46 -.70 Declined 103 New Lows 37 Unchanged 133 New Lows 15 ... 30.98 +.04 Unchanged Volume 3,076,498,016 Volume 1,573,592,468 dd 3.34 +.05






65 ’12

Operating EPS

aren’t well known. Here are 20 you may recognize.

July 9, 2013 1,018.05




Small stocks Many of the companies in the Russell 2000


$0.67 2Q ’12

Price-earnings ratio:


$0.54 2Q ’13 23

based on past 12 months’ results

Dividend: $1.34 Div. Yield: 1.8% Source: FactSet





Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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Eye on the Fed

Lower earnings?

The Federal Reserve releases the minutes of a two-day meeting held by its policymakers last month. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke capped the meeting by announcing that the central bank could slow its bond-buying program this year and end it by mid-2014 because the economy is strengthening. The statement fueled the sale of bonds, driving up yields.

Wall Street anticipates that Family Dollar Stores’ fiscal third-quarter earnings fell versus a year earlier. The discounter noted in April that sales of discretionary items were being hurt by its shoppers’ financial constraints and unseasonably cold spring weather. As a result, the company lowered its full-year earnings forecast. The retailer issues its latest quarterly report today.

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Coming Up In The Daily Corinthian Some of the top-ranked world eaters will be competing in the World Slugburger Eating Contest at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in downtown Corinth at the 26th Annual Slugburger Festival. Staff writer/ photographer Bobby J. Smith’s story should be easy to swallow when it appears on Sunday. Check it out.

Girl in abusive relationship must get out of it – and fast DEAR ABBY: I am a 17-yearold girl who has been in a relationship for a year and a half with “Richard.” I love him with everything in me, but he is mentally and physically abusive. He is also addicted to cough medicine. I knew I should have stopped talking to him before we started dating, but he was such a mess I thought I could help him -- and I did. He’s no longer an alcoholic. He went to jail for seven months because of our age difference, but I refused to testify, so he got out. While he was in there I thought he had changed and wouldn’t hit me anymore, but he still does. Anyone in their right mind would get up and leave, but the one time I did, he pretended he didn’t care and I attempted suicide. I don’t know what to do. I love him, but I know I shouldn’t. -- ABUSED TEEN IN CALIFORNIA DEAR TEEN: I’m glad you wrote. Richard may no longer be drinking liquor, but cough medicines contain alcohol, which means he’s still an alcoholic. His violence toward women will probably never stop unless he is incarcerated for it, and even then there is no guarantee. Regardless of how much love you give him, you can’t fix what’s wrong with him or make him

love you back because he isn’t capable of it. Because you are so emotionally fragile, you should seek refuge with relatives who can help you heal physically and emotionally from this experience. If that’s not possible, then contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Its website is, and the tollfree phone number is 800-7997233. Ask for a referral to a women’s shelter where you can receive counseling and support. Help is available for you if you are open to it. Staying where you are is not an option because if you do, this man could kill you. DEAR ABBY: While riding with my new boss to a sales appointment, he needed some information from his company-issued iPad. He asked me to turn it on and gave me the passcode. When I did, up popped a porn site. He almost wrecked the car grabbing the iPad from me. Not another word was said until we arrived at the appointment and he looked up the item prior to going in. Nothing has been said about this incident since. Every time I think about my boss having gone to that porn site before I touched the iPad, I get sick to my stomach. He makes me sick. Do I resign or stay? -- GROSSED OUT IN OHIO DEAR GROSSED OUT: If the

nausea is affecting your ability to perform your job, you should quit. But before you do, be sure you have another one lined up. And when you interview, as tempting as it may be, refrain from saying anything negative about your boss because to do otherwise will reflect poorly on you. DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend wants to open the door for me when I am the one driving. I’m thrilled that he wants to be a gentleman, and I love when he opens the door for me when I am in the passenger seat or in front of any other door, as he always does. I am just not comfortable with it when I’m the one who’s driving. It seems awkward to me. Your thoughts? -- AT A LOSS IN COLORADO DEAR AT A LOSS: Your boyfriend may do this because he wants to please you, or he was raised this way. Personally, I think what he’s doing is endearing. However, because it makes you uncomfortable, explain that it “isn’t necessary” and you would prefer he not do it when you are the driver. (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 or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.)

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). You’ll get organized with calendars and contacts. Each event and every person on the list gives you a feeling. Is it time to make some additions and deletions? Your contact list should be rich with uplifting people. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). It’s good to be needed, but not too much -- it’s a lot of pressure. In situations of dependency, it’s difficult to control the amount and intensity of the need. So teach others to be as self-sufficient as possible. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Can you make the point and make someone laugh at the same time? Can you be so breezy in making your point that no one is embarrassed, ashamed or made wrong? A resounding “yes” is the answer, and you’ll prove it today. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You cherish someone, and it’s felt. It’s in the tenderness of your eyes, the thoughtfulness of your words and the intention of your touch. You will get as much from the exchange as the one

you cherish. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ll be working on a pretty attitude to match your face. Sometimes it doesn’t come easily. Challenging, immature and ungrateful people make it hard to smile and be positive, encouraging and easy-going. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You’re sensitive and soulful today. Good music is a must. The one who controls the radio dial or the playlist that’s running through the speakers controls the mood of the space. Let that person be you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Thinking can solve as many problems as it creates. There’s a point at which it’s wise to stop with the thoughts and start with the feelings. Don’t let your mind drown out the knowingness in your body and soul. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your heart does more than pump blood. It wants to get involved in everything today, to beat for more than you, to process the joy of the world. Your

big heart cannot be contained. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You’ll get a break from the cacophony of daily life. As the silence thickens, you are drawn to a hidden part of yourself that’s demanding release. Why haven’t you heard this voice before? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You’re about adventure, being free, finding out what’s going on over there, and over there, too. As for your responsibilities, you’ve managed them well, and you’ll be back. In the meantime, they can wait. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). There’s something you must do that you don’t like doing at all. Do it first. This will improve the overall quality of your day. Otherwise, you’ll spend the whole day cozied up to a nagging feeling. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Extraordinary beauty is created with consistent and simple acts. Don’t forget this when you observe a beautiful result. Instead, remember that you, too, can do this with the right plan.


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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Ole Miss cornerback to miss 6 games

Shorts ACHS/ACMS Football Boosters

BY DAVID BRANDT The Associated Press

The Alcorn Central High and Middle School booster club will meet on July 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the weight room. Both Coach Boren and Coach Carter will be in attendance as the high school and middle school head coaches.  

Baseball Tryouts Coast to Coast Baseball will be holding tryouts and a hitting camp for players ages 10 to 18. Players selected to the program may choose to represent the USA at games in Puerto Rico or work out at an MLB spring-training complex in Florida or Arizona under college coaches and professional scouts. Tryouts will be held on July 21 in Gluckstadt, MS at the Madison City Sports Zone beginning at 2 p.m., hitting camp will begin at 11 a.m.. Delta State University in Cleveland, MS will also hold tryouts on July 23 at 10 a.m., hitting camp will follow at 2 p.m. For more information on tryouts or Coast to Coast baseball, or to register for tryouts, visit or call (740) 373-4455.

OXFORD, Miss. — Mississippi cornerback Carlos Davis has been suspended for six games next season by the NCAA after playing in six games last season while academically ineligible, a person familiar with the decision said on Tuesday. The person, who spoke to The Associated Press Tuesday on condition of anonymity because the university

has not released the player’s name, said the school does not expect any more penalties from the NCAA. Davis’s suspension was first reported by the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger. A 5-foot-9, 163-pound nonscholarship player, Davis was used mostly on special teams, making seven tackles and returning four kickoffs. Ole Miss self-reported the violation in April after being notified of the problem

by the NCAA. Documents show a player — whose name is redacted — was initially cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center last summer, but was ruled ineligible after the ACT cancelled his scores. The documents, which were provided to AP after a public records request, say that the ACT notified Davis’ mother in August that the test scores were under evaluation, but the family did not notify

Ole Miss. According to the documents, Davis maintains that his scores were earned honestly. He had large improvements in several categories — including 12 points in English, 10 points in reading and 12 points in science — between his September 2011 and June 2012 tests. Davis is expected to compete for playing time on special teams and in the secondary this season.

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Daniel Simmons goes for two against Jose Contreras during the Alcorn County tournament finale. Simmons, along with Corinth’s Raheem Sorrell, participated in the Mississippi Association of Coaches annual All-Star basketball game on Monday. Simmons, who has a scholarship offer from Middle Tennessee State University, finished with 11 points while Sorrell finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Both players were part of the North roster, who lost to the South in a 112-82 decision.

Lady Aggie Golf Tournament The Kossuth Lady Aggies Softball Team will be hosting a golf tournament at the Shiloh Ridge Country Club on July 20. Registration for the tournament is $240 per team, or $60 per person, with all money raised contributing towards improvements to the softball team’s facilities. The fee includes golf cart rental and green fees. Those interested can register for the tournament at Shiloh Ridge. For more information contact Gary Mullins at (662) 223-6817 or (662) 223-0354.

Try Tennis The Northeast MS Tennis Association is looking for individuals interested in learning to play tennis or to improve on their skills. Through a grant from the United State Tennis Association, the group is planning several “Try Tennis” events for ages 10-75. The group will also provide 6 free lessons with a local pro player for adults who join the UTSA for the first time. The organization also hosts local leagues for kids and adults. To express interest, or for more information, contact Ginger Mattox at 808-9512 or Becky Demeo at 287-2395.

Padres sign top pick Renfroe Auburn relying on Harrell for turnaround BY JOHN ZENOR

The Associated Press

The Associated Press

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Padres have agreed to terms with first-round draft pick Hunter Renfroe, giving the Mississippi State junior taken 13th overall a $2,678,000 signing bonus. A 6-foot-2, 216-pound outfielder, Renfroe hit .345 with 16 home runs and 65 RBIs in 65 games for the Bulldogs, who lost to UCLA in the finals of the College World Series. He took batting practice Tuesday at Petco Park before the Padres’ game against the Colorado Rockies and will report Wednesday to Class-A Eugene, the Padres’ short-season affiliate in the Northwest League. Padres director of scouting Billy Gasparino sees Renfroe as a five-tool player whose success in college makes him “a unique player.”

AUBURN, Ala. — KT Harrell takes losing so hard sometimes his Auburn teammates have to steer him away from a game. And that’s just friendly ping pong matches. The Tigers are hoping that drive and Harrell’s offensive skills will help them rebound from a miserable basketball season, while he was sitting out after transferring from Virginia. “He is extremely competitive,” Auburn teammate Allen Payne said while Harrell warmed up nearby on the practice court Monday. “We sometimes have to pull him off the ping pong table in the

locker room, because he’ll break paddles and stuff like that. He’s a fighter and he’s a scrapper. He’s always been like that, from what I know. I think that’s the biggest thing. He’ll bring competitiveness and obviously physical talent.” Both attributes appeared to be lacking from Auburn’s 9-23 team that lost its last 10 games and 16 of 17. The Tigers are hoping Harrell will also fill some of the scoring void left with the graduation of guard Frankie Sullivan, along with the offseason defections of Jordan Price and Brian Greene Jr. Auburn will probably need a significant impact from

Harrell to turn things around this season, but he said that burden won’t be too heavy. “The pressure’s going to be there, but at the end of the day, it’s a game,” he said. “It’s a game that I love. I think all the pressure goes away when you step on the floor. “ Harrell spent two seasons at Virginia and averaged 8.0 points as a freshman. His playing time was dipping significantly in December 2011 — including just 11 minutes in his final two games — before he announced plans to transfer two days before Christmas. Now, Harrell is the latest transfer from a major conference team that Auburn coach

Tony Barbee is turning to for help. He’s had mixed results from Varez Ward (Texas) and Noel Johnson (Clemson). Barbee likes the Montgomery native’s demeanor. “KT is a talented player,” Barbee said. “His most important skills are how steady he is. You know what you’re getting — his absolute best. You can never tell if KT is having a good day or bad day. He’s a vocal leader. He’s an ultimate competitor. On top of it, he’s a talented offensive player, too.” Harrell could do little beyond practicing and offering encouraging words after lossPlease see HARRELL | 11A

Shields outpitches Sabathia, Royals give Yankees third loss BY BEN WALKER The Associated Press

NEW YORK — James Shields wiggled out of early trouble and got home run help from Billy Butler and David Lough as the Kansas City Royals sent the New York Yankees to their third straight loss, 3-1 Tuesday night. Center fielder Lorenzo Cain contributed four nifty catches, defensive replacement Elliot Johnson ranged a long way for a grounder and Kansas City backed Shields (4-6) with a pair of double plays. Fittingly, the game ended on a fine, twisting grab by another

defensive sub, third baseman Mike Moustakas. CC Sabathia (9-7) gave up seven hits in his second complete game. Once again, the Yankees had trouble scoring. They’ve managed exactly one run in each of their last three games — not since 2005 had they scored one run or fewer in three straight, STATS said. The hitting slump left the Yankees with a three-game home losing streak for the first time since they dropped four in a row in late July 2012. Lough led off the sixth in-

ning with a tying home run and Butler opened the seventh with a go-ahead shot. Butler hit 29 homers last year and was an All-Star, but has slumped this season — he came into this series with six homers before connecting in the first two games. Beset by a lack of run support, Shields had won just once in his previous 12 starts, and came in with a losing record despite a 3.23 ERA and ranking among the AL leaders in several pitching categories. Shields gave up five hits — including three consecutive singles to start the game — in

seven innings. He struck out five, walked two and retired his final 13 batters. Greg Holland worked the ninth for his 22nd save, and second in two nights. The Royals are trying to win a series at Yankee Stadium for only the second time since the beginning of the 2000 season. Thanks to Shields and the bullpen, they’re 2-0 in this fourgame set. Shields improved to 8-15 against the Yankees after overcoming a rocky start. Brett Gardner led off with a bunt single and Ichiro Suzuki and

Robinson Cano also singled for a run. New York loaded the bases with one out, but Shields fanned Lyle Overbay and then escaped when Cain ran down Eduardo Nunez’s drive to deep right-center. Shields didn’t give up a hit after the second inning, sometimes pitching in rain and even hail. Sabathia allowed only one hit until Lough homered. Butler’s shot was the 20th homer yielded by Sabathia this season, second-most in the majors to the 21 off Kansas City’s Jeremy Guthrie.


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SAINT-MALO, France — Germany’s Marcel Kittel won Tuesday’s 10th stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish and Chris Froome stayed out of trouble to keep the leader’s yellow jersey. Kittel held off countryman Andre Greipel and Mark Cavendish in a dash to the line to win his second stage of the Tour. Cavendish nudged Dutchman Tom Veelers off his bike as they sprinted for home. “I touched him. The road was bearing left,” Cavendish said. “Yeah, it was my fault. ... I hope he’s OK.” Froome was at a safe

distance behind, much to his relief. “That’s everyone’s worst nightmare. Fortunately I was to the side of that crash and went around it no problem,” Froome said. “I’m feeling really good. Today was a great day for us, staying out of trouble, staying at the front. That was one of the objectives today, save the legs as much as possible.” Kittel won the opening stage and is now the first rider to capture two stages in this year’s race. “Things went very well with my team today,” he said. “I managed to get on Greipel’s wheel and overtake him.” Veelers was not serious-

ly harmed and was later able to answer questions outside the team bus. “I had the feeling Cavendish was boxed in my wheel,” Veelers said. “He touched my handlebars and knocked me over.” Peter Sagan, who won the green jersey for best sprinter in last year’s Tour, finished the stage in fourth. The Slovak holds a commanding 83-point lead over Greipel and is 103 in front of archrival Cavendish, who won the green jersey in 2011. The finish looked tailormade for Cavendish, who was going for his 25th career Tour stage win to tie Frenchman Andre Leducq on the all-time list of Tour stage winners.

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Race: Camping World RV Sales 301 Where: New Hampshire Motor Speedway When: Sunday, 1 p.m. (ET) TV: TNT 2012 Winner: Kasey Kahne (right)


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Jimmie Johnson dominates Coke Zero 400; team among ‘best ever’ in NASCAR history

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Johnson sweeps Daytona Sprint Cup races in 2013 SPRINT CUP STANDINGS

3. Carl Edwards, 587 4. Kevin Harvick, 585 5. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 548 6. Matt Kenseth, 540 7. Kyle Busch, 533 8. Greg Biffle, 516 9. Kurt Busch, 501 10. Tony Stewart, 499

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Team owner Michael Waltrip is enjoying a quite successful gig as a part-time driver. When the Cup series visits Daytona and Talladega, Waltrip takes the wheel of Michael Waltrip at one of his team’s Daytona Toyotas. In three starts so far, he has two top-five finishes, a fourth at Talladega in May and a fifth at Daytona on Saturday. “I had a ball,” said Waltrip, who got all four of his career Cup victories at Daytona and Talladega. Waltrip, who has a TV announcing job in addition to his car-owner duties, said he was looking forward to watching a replay of the race. “It’s going to be fun to watch back on TV,” he said. “I wasn’t having any fun doing it. I was too nervous ... “Why don’t I just watch all of the time? I’ve got that option. I don’t know what’s wrong with me.”

Earnhardt Jr. happy to see late father’s No. 3 return

During an interview at Daytona, Dale Earnhardt Jr. reiterated his long-standing thought that he’ll be happy to see his late father’s iconic car number return to the track. It’s possible that Austin Dillon, the grandson of Dale Earnhardt’s longtime car owner, Richard Childress, will move to the Cup series next year and bring with him the famous No. 3 that he’s used since his first short-track race. The No. 3 was already being used by Childress before he turned his car over to Earnhardt back in 1981. “I think it will be great,” Earnhardt Jr. said of Dillon running the No. 3. “It was an iconic number for my father, and it means a lot to a lot of his fans.” Earnhardt Jr. pointed out that NASCAR doesn’t have a practice of retiring numbers. “The No. 3 is no different,” he said. “[Dillon] has earned the right to run that number as long as he wants. It could have been anybody, but it’s Austin. He wants to run it; I think it’s not really fair to deny somebody that opportunity. “I’m OK with it. I know that might not be the way a lot of people feel or some people feel, but I’m sure it’s the minority that feels that way. I think that a lot of people will be telling Austin positive things about it.” Earnhardt Jr. also said he likes watching Childress shepherd the careers of his grandsons Austin and Ty Dillon. Austin is racing in the Nationwide Series and Ty is in the Camping World Truck Series, both in No. 3 Chevrolets fielded by their grandfather. “I think it’s exciting to see Richard [Childress] have something new to kind of keep the fire going in him and keep RCR [Richard Childress Racing] excited about their future,” he said. “That rests squarely on those two kids’ shoulders.” Earnhardt Jr. said he believes both Dillons have promising futures. “They were raised really well,” he said. “They’ve got great manners, and every time I’ve been around them I’ve been impressed. Obviously, they do a lot of good things on the race track, too. I’m excited for both of them.”

Sprint Cup points standings tighten after Coke Zero 400 Strong finishes in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona by some Chase contenders and poor finishes by others tightened the points standings with eight races remaining before the start of the 10-race run to the title. Daytona runner-up Tony Stewart was the big mover, advancing six spots to 10th in the standings. The top 10 in points after the 26th regularseason race, at Richmond, automatically make the Chase field, along with two wild-card entries. Kurt Busch Clint Bowyer pits during the also moved Coke Zero 400. into the elite group, jumping five spots to ninth on the strength of his sixth-place finish at Daytona. Clint Bowyer took second place in points with a fourth-place finish, displacing Carl Edwards, who saw a late-race incident drop him to 29th in the finishing order. Among those who saw their Chase hopes take a Daytona hit were Joey Logano, who blew a tire and hit the wall, leaving him 40th and dropping him from 10th in points


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Chris Economaki, the legendary journalist and broadcaster who died last year at 91, has been named the third recipient of the Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence. Economaki spent Chris Economaki almost his entire life working in motorsports. He started selling racing papers at tracks when he was 14, and was the editor, publisher and columnist for National Speed Sport News for more than 60 years. He also worked as a broadcaster with ABC and CBS. For years, his notes column in National Speed Sport News was one of the most popular reads for participants and fans of all forms of motorsports. “Chris Economaki dedicated his life to covering motorsports, and his exceptional talent for storytelling brought NASCAR to millions of readers and viewers for more than 60 years,” Brian France, NASCAR chairman and CEO, said in announcing Economaki’s selection. Economaki will be honored during the NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Charlotte, N.C., on Jan. 29, 2014, and will be featured in an exhibit in the Hall.

2. Clint Bowyer, 609

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Veteran motorsports journalist Chris Economaki receives Squier-Hall Award

1. Jimmie Johnson, 658

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Jimmie Johnson’s win on Saturday at Daytona, coupled with his Daytona 500 victory in February, gave him a sweep of the points-paying Cup races at Daytona, something that hasn’t been done since NASCAR Hall of Famer Bobby Allison did it back in 1982. Johnson said he didn’t realize that until it was pointed out to him in Victory Lane, but he said it was a special accomplishment, especially in light of his respect for Allison and his late son Davey. “I always admired Bobby and Davey and thought it was so cool that a father and son were on the race track racing against one another,” he said. “I remember watching the Daytona 500 where they duked it out.” He said he also has vivid memories of other moments involving the Allisons. Nationwide Series “Some people remember where they were when Princess Firecracker 250 Grand Diana passed away,” he said. “I know where I was, where I was standing, where I was working — I was working in Marshal Bobby Allison. an engine shop in Santee, Calif. — when I heard on the radio that Davey crashed his helicopter. “I also know where I was when I heard that Bobby had his crash at Pocono.” He said one of the things that drew him to the Allisons was the special relationship between Bobby and his son, Davey, which reminded him of his shared experiences with his own father. “I had a great relationship with my dad growing up from a racing standpoint,” he said. “Going to the local tracks, my dad was a guy that I looked at. We’d go out in the desert and ride, and he’d teach me things and teach me how to drive a car. “So there’s that connection that I had, that it would be cool to race against your dad. I never had that chance, that opportunity, but it helped me build a fondness for both of them, and to do anything that Bobby has done is really, really special.”

Team owner Michael Waltrip enjoys part-time driving gig

Brian Lawdermilk for Chevrolet

Whether Jimmie Johnson’s dominating win in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday is a sign he’s on track to win a sixth Sprint Cup title is debatable. What’s for sure is that he and his No. 48 team, with 64 career Cup victories to date, are showing the strength that has made them among the best ever in NASCAR. Johnson’s crew chief Chad Knaus said in the winner’s interview at Daytona that his driver’s talents are the key to the team’s success. “The cold, hard fact of the matter is we could have the best race car out there, but if we had some schmuck driving it, it wouldn’t get the job done,” he said. “I think we’ve got what is the best race-car driver ever to sit in a Cup car Johnson celebrates his Coke Zero 400 victory behind the wheel.” with a burnout at the finish line. Johnson, who leads second-place Clint Bowyer in the Cup standings by 49 10-race finale. points, put on a display of those talents “The Chase is so different,” Johnson said. “Those 10 at Daytona on Saturday, leading 94 of races, we’ve entered the Chase with a ton of momenthe 161 laps, including the final 31. In tum. ... the past six races, he’s won just twice, Jimmie Johnson in Victory “When we get in the Chase, there are certain feelbut has led 565 laps. He was in position Lane at the Coke Zero 400. ings that seem to come around, but right now it’s to win several more, but was undone in really about managing your team, managing your large part by issues on late-race restarts. car, developing the car and things like that.” Johnson said that a big part of his success over the years is But he does feel good about where he and his team are not to let the frustrations of one week affect his performance right now. the next. “As we get later in the summer and a week or two out, if “Every race team in the garage area leaves the track with we’re winning races then, the right feeling will start to come could-have, would-have, should-haves, and we’ve had a coualong,” he said. “It’s still a little early, and we’re obviously ple of those, but we don’t let it linger, we don’t let it last,” he trying to get every point we can to carry into the Chase with said. “We dig in and we go to work and we come back to the bonus points. But we have a little time before we focus in on race track and do the best we can. that feeling.” “We know what we’re capable of when we go out and do In the meantime, Johnson said his and his team’s perforour jobs.” mance does send a signal to his competitors that he expects In that same way of thinking, he’s also not saying his sucto be the one to beat when it comes to the 2013 Cup champicess so far — his dominating runs and four victories so far onship. this season — is a sure sign that he’s on track to win a sixth “I think that what we’ve done over the course of the year, leadtitle, which would put him just one behind the sport’s all-time ing the points like we have with a big margin, I think probably titleholders, Richard Petty and the late Dale Earnhardt. sends the biggest message that we’re buttoned up and ready That’s in large part because of the Chase format, which and in a position to win a sixth championship,” he said. “But resets the standings after the 26-race regular season for the there’s a lot that can take place between now and Homestead.”


Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.

to 15th. Kasey Kahne wrecked late, finished 32nd and dropped one spot to 12th in the standings. Sonoma winner Martin Truex Jr. finished 41st after being collected in a crash at Daytona, which dropped him three spots in the standings, to 11th. And defending series champion Brad Keselowski continues to struggle pointswise. He finished 21st at Daytona and now sits 13th in points, with no race victories so far this season. The race for the final Chase berths is far from over, as the points standings are close from 10th place to 16th place. Ryan Newman, who finished 10th at Daytona, is just 17 points out of the top 10.

Sprint Cup victories by Jeff Burton at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, tops among all drivers. But he hasn’t won there since the fall of 2000, when he led every lap of the Dura Lube 300.


Consecutive Cup races at New Hampshire without a repeat winner heading into this weekend.


Finishes of 23rd or worse in the past six Sprint Cup races by Denny Hamlin.


Laps led in the past 16 Sprint Cup races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway by Tony Stewart, the most of any driver.

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Investigators interview Asiana Airlines pilots Associated Press

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Aviation investigators put more questions to the pilots of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on Tuesday, trying to learn what was happening in the cockpit of the Boeing 777 as the plane made a dangerously low and slow approach before a crashlanding that killed two passengers. Audio recordings from the accident indicate the crew did not realize they were in trouble until seconds before hitting the seawall at the end of the runway, a calamitous impact that broke off the tail and sent the fuselage bouncing and skidding across the airfield. Investigators have a general idea of the events that preceded the crash. But they need to hear the pilotsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; accounts to understand why the jetliner went down on a clear day with no sign of mechanical trouble. Here is what is known: Seven seconds before impact, someone in the cockpit asked for more speed after apparently noticing that the jet was flying far slower than its recommended landing speed. A few seconds later, the pilotâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s yoke began to vibrate violently, an automatic low-speed warning to get the pilotâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attention. One and a half seconds before impact came a command to abort the landing. Those are the few details the National Transportation Safety Board has released so far from cockpit voice recordings, air traffic control details and flight data collected from the smashed jet, which slammed tail-first into the waterfront tarmac Saturday. The planeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s airspeed was quickly emerging as the main focus of the investigation. All aircraft

have minimum safe flying speeds that must be maintained or pilots risk an aerodynamic stall that robs a plane of the lift it needs to stay airborne. Below those speeds, planes become unmaneuverable. Because pilots, not the control tower, are responsible for the approach and landing, former NTSB Chairman James Hall said, the cockpit communications will be key to figuring out what went wrong. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good communication with the flight crew as well as the flight attendants is something Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to look at closely with this event,â&#x20AC;? he said Tuesday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Who was making decisions?â&#x20AC;? Hall was on the transportation board when a Korean Airlines Boeing 747 crashed in Guam in 1997, an accident investigators blamed in part on an authoritarian cockpit culture that made newer pilots reluctant to challenge captains. Since then, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been broad training and requirements for crew resource management, a communications system or philosophy airline pilots are taught in part so that pilots who not at the controls feel free to voice any safety concerns or correct any unsafe behavior, even if it means challenging a more senior pilot or saying something that might give offense. If any of the Asiana pilots â&#x20AC;&#x153;saw something out of parameters for safe landing,â&#x20AC;? they were obligated to speak up, said Cass Howell, an associate dean at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are dozens and dozens of accidents that were preventable had someone been able to speak up when they should have, but they

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good communication with the flight crew as well as the flight attendants is something Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to look at closely with this event. Who was making decisions?â&#x20AC;? James Hall Former NTSB chairman were reluctant to do so for any number of reasons, including looking stupid or offending the captain,â&#x20AC;? said Howell, a former Marine Corps pilot. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been no indication, from verbal calls or mechanical issues, that an emergency was ever declared by pilots, who included a captain who was training on the 777 and landing one in San Francisco for the first time. While four pilots were aboard, it is not clear if all four were in the cockpit when they landed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking at what they were doing, and we want to understand why they were doing it,â&#x20AC;? Deborah Hersman, head of the NTSB, said Monday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to understand what they knew and what they understood.â&#x20AC;? Hersman said she hoped to provide more de-

tails from the interviews during a news briefing scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unlikely there was a lot of chatter as the plane came in. The Federal Aviation Administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;sterile cockpitâ&#x20AC;? rules require pilots to refrain from any unnecessary conversation while the plane is below 10,000 feet so that their attention is focused on taking off or landing. What little conversation takes places is supposed to be necessary to safely completing the task at hand. Choi Jeong-ho, a senior official for South Koreaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, told reporters in a briefing Tuesday in South Korea that investigators from both countries questioned two of the four Asiana pilots, Lee Gangguk and Lee Jeong-min,

on Monday. They planned to question the other two pilots and air controllers Tuesday. Choi said recorded conversation between the pilots and air controllers at the San Francisco airport would be investigated, too. In addition, authorities were reviewing the initial rescue efforts after fire officials acknowledged that one of their trucks might have run over one of the two Chinese teenagers killed in the crash. The students, Wang Linjia and Ye Mengyuan, were part of a larger group headed for a Christian summer camp with dozens of classmates. Asiana President Yoon Young-doo arrived in San Francisco from South Korea on Tuesday morning, fighting his way through a pack of journalists outside customs. He said he will look at the efforts of airline employees to help injured passengers and their family members, visit with the NTSB and other organizations to apologize for the crash and try to meet injured passengers. Yoon said he canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t meet with the Asiana pilots because no outside contact with them is allowed until the investigation is completed.

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Yoon said Lee Jeongmin, a 777 pilot, was the pilot on 33 flights to San Francisco, and Lee Gangguk was a pilot on 29 flights into San Francisco but on other planes. Lee Jeong-min had been named a training pilot on the flight because he was among the top 25 percent of Asiana pilots, Yoon said. Lee Gang-guk had logged nearly 10,000 hours operating other planes but had only 43 hours in the 777, a plane he still was getting used to flying, said Asiana spokeswoman Lee Hyomin. More than 180 people aboard the plane went to hospitals with injuries. But remarkably, more than a third didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even require hospitalization. The passengers included 141 Chinese, 77 South Koreans, 64 Americans, three Canadians, three Indians, one Japanese, one Vietnamese and one person from France. South Korea officials said 39 people remained hospitalized in seven different hospitals in San Francisco. The flight originated in Shanghai, China, and stopped over in Seoul, South Korea, before making the nearly 11-hour trip to San Francisco.

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Consider recovery options for storm-damaged trees Mississippi landscapers often see favorite trees fall victim to lightning, strong winds and other elements, especially during tropical storm season, leaving the owners to make hard decisions on the trees’ future health. Typical damage includes wounds, split branches, exposed r o o t s , various degrees of leaning trunks, and broGary ken and Bachman torn limbs. In many Southern cases, a Gardening damaged tree must be removed and replaced. Limb damage affects the shape and general health of the tree. It must be pruned properly to avoid additional damage. Small branches and limbs, typically one inch or less in diameter, can be removed with a single cut. Remove them at the branch collar to help the tree heal. The branch collar is a slightly raised area around the point where the branch connects to the trunk. Many homeowners don’t believe that trees can heal after storm damage. Trees don’t heal in the same sense that we do after an injury. Bandages play no role in a tree’s healing process. A process called compartmentalization occurs in a tree’s response to injury, strengthening and sealing off the area around the injury. Never use a treatment such as paint, caulk, cement or any other material to cover a tree wound. These attempts to bandage the wound will trap disease organisms. Always trim damaged, jagged branches to an even surface, using a wood chisel if needed. This precaution will allow the tree to form callus tissue around the edges of the wound and eventually seal off the damaged area. To remove large, heavy limbs greater than one inch in diameter, use the drop-cut method (1-2-3 technique) to avoid ripping bark and wood. This method involves first removing the bulk of the damaged limb, then making a cut on the underside of the limb near the trunk, and finally cutting from the top down toward the second cut. Never cut flush with the trunk or branch from which you are pruning. Removing tree limbs is dangerous work. If you’re unsure about your ability to perform the proper repairs, hire a certified

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If you’re unsure about your ability to perform the proper repairs, hire a certified arborist. These trained professionals can treat and repair many types of damage and can save many trees. small trees to become established. If left alone, they will grow into large trees and become potential landscape and property liabilities during extreme weather. (For more information on repairing trees damaged in storms refer to MSU Extension Information Sheet 1355 “Repairing Storm-damaged Shade, Ornamental, and Fruit Trees,” which is also available from your local county Extension office. Daily Corinthian columnist Dr. Gary Bachman is an associate Extension research professor of horticulture at the Coastal Research and Extension Center in Biloxi.)

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Community events Rep. Arnold speaks The Alcorn County Republican Party’s guest speaker is Rep. Tracy Arnold on Thursday, July 11 at the Corinth Library. A meet and greet begins at 5:30 p.m. and speaking at 6 p.m. Meetings are free and open to the public.

CCC anniversary On Monday, July 15, Shiloh National Military Park will present a special evening program to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp at Shiloh. The program will include a showing of the film, “The 1930s: The Civilian Conservation Corps” and a power point presentation on the contributions made by the CCC camp at Shiloh Battlefield. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Shiloh Visitor Center auditorium and will last approximately 90 minutes. For more information, visit or ShilohNMP, or call the Visitor Center at 731689-5696.

Concealed carry training NEMCC’s Continuing Education Department is offering the Enhanced Concealed Carry New Endorsement Training at the Booneville campus on Saturday, July 20 at Holiday Hall (weather permitting). The class starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. The cost is $85. Those participating will need to bring a handgun/pistol, holster, minimum 125 rounds of ammunition, eye and ear protection and a copy of driver’s license. For more information contact the

Continuing Education Department at Northeast Mississippi Community College by calling 662720-7296 or by e-mail at continuinged@nemcc. edu.

Blood drives • United Blood Services is having a local blood drive Friday, July 12 from 12-4 p.m. at Magnolia Regional Health Center conference room, Corinth. • There will be a community blood drive at the Corinth Walmart on Friday, July 12 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. The MBS Donor Coach will be in the parking lot. Donors will be automatically registered in the Road to Life 5 Jeep Wrangler give-away. Donors will receive either a gift card or movie pass (while supplies last). All donors will receive a free T-shirt. • All eligible donors are encouraged to donate blood during the annual friendly rivalry between Corinth police and firemen during the Battle of the Badges set for Thursday, July 25 from 2-8 p.m. in the convention center at the Crossroads Arena. The need is immediate for all blood types but especially type O. The process can be expedited by completing the health history questionnaire on the UBS website, printing it out and taking the fast track ticket to the donation site. It must be completed the same day as the donation. To sign up for the drive, call UBS at 662842--8871 or use the code “badgebattle” at The fast track ticket is at https://

Kids/Family Day Tickets are now on sale to see A&E “Duck Dynasty” stars Willie Robertson and son John Luke at the Crossroads Arena. The two are scheduled to be part of the “Kids and Family Day” being co-hosted by the Arena and Alcorn County Fair. A 5 p.m. show is set for the final day of the fair on Sept. 21. Tickets to see the Robertsons include comp attendance to the Saturday fair only. Prices are $78 for the first five rows, $53 for the next five rows, $33 for remaining floor seats and $23 for riser seating. All seats are reserved and include a service charge. Tickets purchased online are an additional $1.50 per ticket. Those wishing to have their tickets mailed will be charged $5 per order. The Arena Box Office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

both inside and outside the building. Children are encouraged to bring water, snacks and sunscreen, and to wear comfortable clothing for outside activities.

Swimming lessons Quilt show The Cross City Piece Makers Quilt Guild is having a Quilt Show, Friday, July 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, July 13, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the fellowship hall at First United Methodist Church, 901 N. Fillmore St., Corinth. There will be no admission charge. Quilts from members and others will be on display.

Benefit held A benefit for Kenneth “Squirrelly” Wilbanks is being held Friday, July 12 at the Union Center Gym beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will be an auction, a cake walk and entertainment by local singers. All money raised will help with funeral expenses.

Civil War Kids Day Kids will have a chance to participate in hands-on activities while learning about the medical practices used during the Civil War on battlefields as well as hospitals away from the fighting. Medical Civil War Kids Day, the second of three Civil War Kids Days, begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 13 at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center. Children ages 8 to 12 are invited to spend the morning experiencing an exciting aspect of the Civil War. As participation is limited, parents are encouraged to register their children in advance by call the Interpretive Center at 287-9273. Activities will be conducted

during the festival. Armbands will be available for $15. Gates open at 6 p.m. each night with children, five and under, admitted free.

Slugburger Festival Main Street Corinth is presenting the 26th Annual Slugburger Festival 2013 in historic downtown Corinth, The festival gets underway Thursday, July 11 with Slug Idol at 7 p.m., followed by 1st Degree. Admission is $5 for the night, On Friday, July 12, Matt Hoggatt & the Double D Connection opens at 8 p.m. and the Midtown Violets go on stage at 9:45 p.m. Cost to see the entertainment is $6. The World Slugburger Eating Contest begins at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, July 13. Primal Heart takes the entertainment stage at 7 p.m., followed by Mustache The Band at 9:30 p.m. Cost for the night’s entertainment is $8. A carnival is scheduled from 6-11 p.m. nightly

Northeast Mississippi Community College has opened 14 different opportunities for area youth take advantage of the college’s Gaye Roden Carr Aquatic Center while learning to swim in the process. The college has openings in each one of the following dates: 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 to attend the lessons and applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cost for the four-day session is $40. For more information about swimming lessons taught at Northeast, contact Angie Langley at 662-720-7409 or Charlotte Tennison at 662-720- 7772 or by email at adlangley@ or

CT-A scholarship CT-A is now accepting applications for the John D. Mercier Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is open to college and college-bound students. Preference will be given to students with a history of involvement at CT-A, particularly those with a declared major in the performing arts. Any resident of the Crossroads area who is enrolled or will be enrolled full-time in college may apply. Essays must be postmarked on or before July

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Art gallery display A gallery display featuring the paintings of Shelia Treece, artist, art teacher and gallery owner from Stantonville, Tenn. is being exhibited until July 13 at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery. Treece’s paintings focus on outdoor scenes and area landmarks. The gallery is located at 507 Cruise St., Corinth, 665-0520. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, visit

Class reunions • The Alcorn Central High School Class of 1988 25th Reunion is being held Aug. 3 at The Chop House Restaurant at Shiloh Ridge in Corinth. Dress should be dressy/party attire. The night includes: 6-7 p.m., meet/greet/pictures; 7-8:30 p.m., dinner/buffet; and 8:30 p.m. until 12 midnight, DJ Rick featuring 80s music on the dance floor. Deadline to register for the night is Monday, July 15. Cost is $35 per person. Make check out to ACHS Class of 1988 and mail to: Jan Sharp Hurley, 909 Dogwood Cove, Corinth, MS 38834. For more information, contact Lisa Steen Green at 662-286-6908. • The Kossuth High School Class of 1963 is having a meeting at the home of Jimmy Jones at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 21, to finalize plans for a 50year reunion. All members of this class are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Tony Marolt at 284-6309. • Alcorn Central High School Class of 1983’s 30-year reunion is being held Saturday, July 27. A family picnic will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and a member/ guest dinner at 6 p.m. at Valley Oaks on Salem Rd. For more information and cost, contact Janie Hatfield Vanderford at 662-808-3400.

Karaoke/dance night 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.

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CLEVELAND â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Three women who police say were held captive in a Cleveland home for about a decade have issued a video in which they thanked the public for the encouragement and financial support that are allowing them to restart their lives. Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight broke their public silence in the 3-minute, 30-second video posted Monday night on YouTube. They said the support and prayers of family, friends and the public are

allowing them to rebuild their lives after what Berry called â&#x20AC;&#x153;this entire ordeal.â&#x20AC;? The women had gone missing separately between 2002 and 2004, when they were 14, 16, and 20 years old. In the video, none of the women had any visible scars of the abuse they said they suffered at the hands of Ariel Castro, who has pleaded not guilty to a 329-count indictment alleging he kidnapped them off the streets and held them captive in his twostory home. They were smiling and appeared up-

beat. Castro, a 52-year-old former bus driver, fathered a 6-year-old daughter with Berry and is accused of starving and punching Knight, causing her to miscarry. He was arrested May 6, shortly after Berry broke through a door at the home and yelled to neighbors for help. Berry, the only one of the three women whose photographs have appeared publicly since her release, had shorter hair with a blonde streak in it. Knight, who authorities

said had been taken captive first, wore glasses, had closely cropped hair and spoke a bit haltingly. Knight said in the video that she is building a â&#x20AC;&#x153;brand new life.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I may have been through hell and back, but I am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face and my head held high,â&#x20AC;? she said, reading from a prepared statement. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I will not let the situation define who I am. I will define the situation. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be consumed by hatred.â&#x20AC;? DeJesusâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; parents, Fe-

lix DeJesus and Nancy Ruiz, thanked the public for donations to a fund set up to help the women. In addition, Ruiz encouraged parents with missing loved ones to reach out for assistance. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Count on your neighbors,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be afraid to ask for the help because help is available.â&#x20AC;? Kathy Joseph, Knightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attorney, said in a statement that the three women wanted to â&#x20AC;&#x153;say thank you to people from Cleveland and across the world, now that two months have passed.â&#x20AC;?

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day, 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@ or


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.

Just Plain Country performs at the Tishomingo County Fairgrounds in Iuka every Saturday from 7-10 p.m. Good family entertainment.

Quilt guild meets The Cross City Piece Makers Quilt Guild will meet Thursday, July 18 at 1 p.m. at the Extension building (by the Crossroads Arena). There will be a program on quilting. Everyone inter-

Diabetes program UT Extension and McNairy County Health Department are partnering to offer a program to help anyone with diabetes to be a diabetes self-manager. This is a skill-building program designed for persons with diabetes or their family members. The class is being offered every Wednesday at the

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WHEREAS, on June 15, 2012, Werner, LLC, a Mississippi Limited Liability Company, executed a Deed of Trust to B. Sean Akins (Trustee), and CB&S Bank (Lender) on the property hereinafter described to secure payment of indebtedness therein mentioned owing to CB&S Bank, which Deed of Trust is recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as instrument number 201202956; and

WHEREAS, by instrument recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as Instrument Number 201301922, CB&S Bank, the legal holder and owner of said Deeds of Trust and indebtedness secured thereby, substituted Wendell H. Trapp, Jr. as Trustee by Instrument dated May 7, 2013; and

WHEREAS, the indebtedness secured by the Deed of Trust mentioned hereinabove has matured in its entirety, and is now past due, unpaid and in default, and the provisions of said Deeds of Trust have thereby been broken by Grantor, Werner, LLC, and have not been cured, and the said CB&S Bank, the present holder of said indebtedness, has requested the undersigned to foreclose said Deed of Trust pursuant to the provisions thereof to enforce payment of said indebtedness.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Substituted Trustee, on July 18, 2013, at the south front doors of the county courthouse of Alcorn County, Mississippi, in the City of Corinth, Mississippi, within legal hours for such sale, will offer for sale, and sell, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the property conveyed to me by said Deed of Trust described as follows:

Lying and being in the Southeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi, more particularly described as follows:

TRACT #1: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi; thence run North 221.26 feet to a point of on the East right-of-way line of Sawyer Road for the point of beginning; thence run North 178.74 feet along the said right-of-way line; thence run South 83 degrees 02 minutes East 200 feet; thence run South 154.48 feet; thence run West 198.50 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.76 acre, more or less, as described in a survey prepared by Robert A. Scott, Civil Engineer of Scott Engineering Co., 1530 Polk Street, Corinth, Mississippi, 38834, dated June 28, 1979.

TRACT #2: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 2 South Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi; thence run North 81.76 feet to the North right-ofway line of Cardinal Drive and the East right-of-way line of Sawyer Road for the point of beginning; thence run North 139.5 feet to an iron pipe; thence run East 584.5 feet to the West right-of-way line of Jobe Road to an iron pipe; thence run South along said right-of-way line 77.3 feet; thence run West 200 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 139 feet, more or less, to the North right-of-way line 392.9 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.91 acres, more or less.

Tract #1 and Tract #2 hereinabove described, when surveyed by Scott Engineering by survey dated August 30, 1983, being drawing No. 83-26 is described as follows:

Beginning at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section11, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi; thence run North 81.76 feet to the North right-of-way line of Cardinal Drive and the East right-of-way line of Sawyer Road for the point of beginning; thence run North 318.24 feet along the East right-of-way line of Sawyer road to an iron pipe; thence run South 83 degrees 02 minutes East 200 feet to an iron pipe; thence run South 154.48 feet to an iron pipe; thence run East 386 feet to an iron pipe and the West rightof-way line of Jobe Rad; thence run South 77.3 feet along the West right-of-way line of Jobe Road to an iron pipe; thence run West 200 feet to an iron pipe; thence run South 139 feet to the North right-of-way line of Cardinal Drive and an iron pipe; thence run North 78 degrees 08 minutes West 392.92 Feet along the North right-of-way line of Cardinal Drive to an iron pipe and the point of beginning, containing 2.68 acres, more or less



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SUBJECT TO the property conveyed for Cardinal Drive from Comeragh Corporation to the City of Corinth, Mississippi, in that Deed of Dedication dated July 22, 2009 and filed for record at 1:17 p.m. on March 23, 2010 as Instrument No. 201001248 in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi.


WHEREAS, default having Herman C.T. Wade and Sainth, Alcorn County, MissisWHEREAS, on the 29th thereof to enforce payment WHEREAS, on Novembeing drawing No. 83-26 is been made•inWednesday, the terms and loma sippi, and being the same day of June, 2005, Shelby Lane of said indebtedness. B. 10, Wade2013 dated 10-28-88 Daily Corinthian July • 7B ber 6, 2002, Shelby Lane Dunn and Debbie Dunn exdescribed as follows: WHEREAS, on April 21, property conveyed by Frank conditions of said deed of recorded in Book 240, Page Dunn and Debbie Dunn, as ecuted and delivered to B. 2006, Kenneth R. Barton and Hughes to Dr. J. H. Hughes trust and the entire debt se- 508-509, 510-512 in the OfNOW, THEREFORE, noBeginning at the Southwest husband LEGALS LEGALS LEGALSexecuted and on LEGALS LEGALShaving been fice LEGALS and wife, executed a Sean B. Barton 0955 LEGALS 0955 LEGALS 0955Akins 0955 0955 0955 0955 thereby, 0955 July 8, 1959, and recorded cured (Trustee) and Cit- tice is hereby given that I, the Iris of Clerk of Court in Alcorner of the Southeast Deed of Trust to B. Sean izens Bank & Savings Com- u n d e r s i g n e d S u b s t i t u t e d delivered a Deed of Trust to in Deed Book 113 at page declared to be due and pay- corn County, Mississippi. Quarter of Section11, Town- Akins (Trustee), and Citizens pany, Corinth Branch, a Land Trustee, on July 18, 2013, at John W. Haynes, IV as Trust- 167 in the office of the Chan- able in accordance with the ship 2 South, Range 7 East, Bank & Savings Company Deed of Trust on the prop- the south front doors of the ee, and N & H INVEST- cery Clerk of Alcorn County, terms of said deed of trust, Parcel Number: 0801011 C Alcorn County, Mississippi; and the legal holder of said in- 01500 (Lender) on the property erty hereinafter described to county courthouse of Alcorn MENTS,LLC, Beneficiary, Mississippi. thence run North 81.76 feet secure payment of indebted- County, Mississippi, in the which Deed of Trust was redebtedness, Stonecrest In- Property Address: 1405 East to the North right-of-way line hereinafter described to se- ness therein mentioned, ow- City of Corinth, Mississippi, corded on May 1, 2006 as In- I will convey only such title as come and Opportunity Fund Second Street, Corinth, Misof Cardinal Drive and the East cure payment of indebted- ing to Citizens Bank & Sav- within legal hours for such strument 200602452 in the is vested in me as Substitute I, LLC, having requested the sissippi 38834 right-of-way line of Sawyer ness therein mentioned ow- i n g s C o m p a n y , C o r i n t h sale, will offer for sale, and l a n d r e c o r d s o f A l c o r n Trustee. undersigned Substituted Road for the point of begin- ing to Citizens Bank & Sav- Branch, which Land Deed of sell, at public outcry, to the County, Mississippi; and Trustee to execute the trust WE WILL CONVEY only n i n g ; t h e n c e r u n N o r t h ings Company, which Deed of Trust is recorded in the Of- highest bidder for cash, the SIGNED AND POSTED this and sell said land and prop- such title as is vested in Un318.24 feet along the East Trust is recorded in the Of- fice of the Chancery Clerk of property conveyed to me by WHEREAS, on April 26, 24th of June, 2013. erty in accordance with the derwood Law Firm PLLC as right-of-way line of Sawyer fice of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi as said Deeds of Trust de- 2013, N & H Investments, terms of said deed of trust for Substituted Trustee. road to an iron pipe; thence Alcorn County, Mississippi, in Instrument No. 200506400; scribed as follows: the purpose of raising the LLC substituted N. Chad Bor- N. CHAD BORDEN, WITNESS OUR SIGNArun South 83 degrees 02 Trust Deed Book 605 at page and sums due thereunder, togeth- TURE, this the 4th day of July, den in the place and stead of SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE minutes East 200 feet to an Commencing at the Southw- John W. Haynes, IV as Trust- Publish June 26, July 3, 10 and er with attorney’s fees, Substi- 2013. 5 et seq.; and iron pipe; thence run South tuted Trustee’s fees and exWHEREAS, on the 5th day est Corner of the Southwest ee in the above referenced 17, 2013 154.48 feet to an iron pipe; pense of sale; Underwood Law Firm PLLC WHEREAS, on the 23rd of September, 2008, Shelby Quarter of Section 17, Town- Deed of Trust which Substitu- 14283 thence run East 386 feet to an NOW, THEREFORE, WE, SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE L a n e D u n n a n d s p o u s e , ship 2 South, Range 8 East, tion of Trustee was recorded iron pipe and the West right- day of May, 2003, Lane Dunn Debbie L. Dunn a/k/a Debbie Alcorn County, Mississippi; Underwood Law Firm PLLC, SUBSTITUTED in the land records of Alcorn of-way line of Jobe Rad; and Debbie Dunn, as hus- Dunn, executed and de- thence run East 208.7 feet TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF Substituted Trustee in said BY: John C. Underwood, thence run South 77.3 feet band and wife, executed and livered to B. Sean Akins along the quarter section line; County, Mississippi, on April deed of trust, will on the 31st Jr. SALE along the West right-of-way delivered to B. Sean Akins (Trustee) and CB&S Bank, thence run North 40 feet to 26, 2013, as Instrument numday of July, 2013, offer for Managing Member line of Jobe Road to an iron (Trustee) and Citizens Bank & Corinth, Harper Road of Rus- the North right-of-way line of ber 201301732 reference to WHEREAS, on May 11, sale at public outcry for cash pipe; thence run West 200 Savings Company (Lender) a sellville, Alabama, a Land Waukomis Lake Road (a which is hereby made; and 2001, Herman C.T. Wade, to the highest bidder, and sell Control #12050877 feet to an iron pipe; thence Real Estate Deed of Trust on Deed of Trust on the prop- paved public road); said point WHEREAS, default has been executed a deed of trust to within legal hours (being run South 139 feet to the the property hereinafter de- erty hereinafter described to being the Southwest corner made in the payment of the Robert Frappier, Trustee for between the hours of 11:00 P U B L I S H : 0 7 / 1 0 / 2 0 1 3 , North right-of-way line of secure payment of indebted- of the Huff property and bethe benefit of Homegold, Inc., A.M. and 4:00 P.M.) at the 0 7 / 1 7 / 2 0 1 3 , 0 7 / 2 4 / 2 0 1 3 Cardinal Drive and an iron scribed to secure payment of ness therein mentioned ow- ing the point of beginning; indebtedness secured by said a South Carolina Corpora- South front door of the 14294 pipe; thence run North 78 indebtedness therein men- ing to CB&S Bank, Corinth thence continue North 208.7 aforementioned Deed of tion, which deed of trust is County Courthouse at Cordegrees 08 minutes West tioned owing to Citizens Bank Harper Road, which Land feet; thence run West 220.7 Trust, and the said N & H In- recorded in Deed of Trust inth, County of Alcorn, State 392.92 Feet along the North & Savings Company, which Deed of Trust is recorded in feet to a point on the East vestments, LLC, being the Book 559 at Page 296 and of Mississippi, the following HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY right-of-way line of Cardinal Real Estate Deed of Trust is the Office of the Chancery right-of-way line of Wauko- owner and holder of the in- corrected by Default Judg- described property situated in Drive to an iron pipe and the recorded in the Office of the Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis- mis Lake Road; thence run debtedness secured thereby, ment filed in No. 2012-0608- the County of Alcorn, State point of beginning, containing Chancery Clerk of Alcorn sissippi, as Instrument No. South 5 degrees 14 minutes having requested the under- 02MM recorded as Instru- of Mississippi, to-wit: HANDYMAN 2.68 acres, more or less County, Mississippi, in Trust 200805766 which Deed of East 154.7 feet along said East signed Substitute Trustee so ment No. 201301201 in the Situated in the County of Alto do, I will on July 18, 2013, H A N D YMAN'S Home Office of the Chancery Clerk corn, State of Mississippi, to Deed Book 623 at page 224, Trust was taken as renewal right-of-way line; thence run SUBJECT TO the property care, anything. 662-643 and extension of, and not in South 37 degrees 23 minutes offer for sale and will sell, of the County of Alcorn, wit: et seq.; and conveyed for Cardinal Drive 6892. cancellation of the previous East 55.4 feet along said East during legal hours (11:00 a.m. State of Mississippi; and from Comeragh Corporation Commencing at the SouthwDeeds of Trust, described right-of-way line to a point - 4:00 p.m.) at the South door WHEREAS, the aforesaid WHEREAS, on the 2nd day to the City of Corinth, Missishereinabove. where said road curves in an of the Courthouse in Alcorn deed of trust was assigned to est Corner of Block 583 of HAULING sippi, in that Deed of Dedica- of June, 2004, Lane Dunn and easterly direction; thence run County, Corinth, Mississippi, Associates Home Equity Ser- Walker's Addition to the City tion dated July 22, 2009 and Debbie Dunn, as husband and WHEREAS, by instrument South 86 degrees 29 minutes to the highest bidder for cash vices, Inc. by instrument of Corinth, Alcorn County, BIG D'S Hauling, LLC. filed for record at 1:17 p.m. wife, executed and delivered recorded in the Office of the East 173.3 feet along the at public outcry, the follow- dated September 15, 2002, Mississippi; thence run East Owner, Dale Brock. 648 on March 23, 2010 as Instru- to B. Sean Akins (Trustee) Chancery Clerk of Alcorn North right-of-way line of ing described property: and recorded in the Office of 95 feet to the Point of Begin- C R 6 0 0 , W a l n u t , M S ment No. 201001248 in the and Citizens Bank & Savings County, Mississippi, as Instru- said road to the point of bethe aforesaid Chancery Clerk ning; thence run North 75 38683. If you need it Office of the Chancery Clerk Company (Lender) a Real Es- ment No. 201102542, CB&S ginning; containing 0.969 acre, Beginning on the East line in Book 600 at Page 573; and feet; thence run West 5 feet; hauled, give us a call! 1 of Alcorn County, Mississippi. w h i c h f o r m s t h e N o r t h WHEREAS, the aforesaid thence run North 25 feet; 901-734-7660. tate Deed of Trust on the Bank, the legal holder and more or less. boundary of Blocks 16 and 17 deed of trust was assigned to thence run East 100 feet; property hereinafter de- owner of said Deeds of Trust I will sell and convey only and indebtedness secured I will sell and convey only in Proper Addition to the Stonecrest Income and Op- thence run South 100 feet to HOME IMPROVEMENT such title as is vested in me by scribed to secure payment of thereby, substituted Wendell such title as is vested in me by City of Corinth, Alcorn portunity Fund I, LLC by in- the North right-of-way line of & REPAIR indebtedness therein mensaid Deed of Trust. H. Trapp, Jr. as Trustee by In- said Deeds of Trust County, Mississippi, at a point strument dated April 13, 2nd Street; thence run West tioned owing to Citizens Bank strument dated June 14, 2011; . BUTLER, DOUG: Founda110 feet West of the North- 2012, and recorded in the Of- along the North right-of-way Signed, posted and pub- & Savings Company, which and Signed, posted and pub- east corner of Block 16; run fice of the aforesaid Chan- line of 2nd Street 95 feet to tion, floor leveling, lished this 26th day of June, Real Estate Deed of Trust is lished this 26th day of June, thence in Westerly direction cery Clerk as Instrument No. the Point of Beginning, con- bricks cracking, rotten basements, 2013. recorded in the Office of the taining 0.22 acres, more or w o o d , WHEREAS, the indebted- 2013. along said North boundary 201202241; and shower floor. Over 35 Chancery Clerk of Alcorn ness secured by the Deeds of WHEREAS, the aforesaid, less. line 75 feet; thence South 174 yrs. exp. Free est. WENDELL H. TRAPP, JR., County, Mississippi, in Trust Trust mentioned hereinWENDELL H. TRAPP, JR. � feet, more or less, to the Stonecrest Income and Opor SUBSTITUTED SUBSTITUTED North boundary line of the portunity Fund I, LLC, the Notwithstanding the above 7 3 1 - 2 3 9 - 8 9 4 5 Deed Book 657 at page 532, above has matured in its enTRUSTEE TRUSTEE Southern Railway Company holder of said deed of trust description, said acreage is for 662-284-6146. et seq., which Deed of Trust tirety, and is now past due, right-of-way; thence in an and the note secured thereby, legal purposes only and does was stated to be a renewal unpaid and in default, and the STORAGE, INDOOR/ Publish: (four times) provisions of said Deeds of Publish: (four times) Easterly direction along the substituted Underwood Law not guarantee the quantity of and extension of the Deed of June 26, 2013 OUTDOOR land described herein. Trust have thereby been June 26, 2013 F i r m P L L C , a s T r u s t e e North boundary line of said Trust dated May 23, 2003, re- broken by Grantors, and have July 3, 2013 July 3, 2013 therein, as authorized by the AMERICAN right-of-way 75 feet; thence corded in Book 623 at page not been cured, and the said July 10, 2013 July 10, 2013 MINI STORAGE North 174 � feet, more or terms thereof, by instrument This being the same property July 17, 2013 224, et seq. of the land re- CB&S Bank, the present hold- July 17, 2013 conveyed from Eva H. Bishop, 2058 S. Tate less, to the point of beginning, dated May 20, 2013 and re14270 cords of Alcorn County, Mis- er of said indebtedness, has 14271 E.H. Bishop, Gwendolyn B. Across from said property lying and being corded in the Office of the sissippi; and Chambliss, Ralph H. Bishop, requested the undersigned to NOTICE OF World Color in Blocks 16 and 17 in Proper aforesaid Chancery Clerk as SUBSTITUTE foreclose said Deeds of Trust SUBSTITUTED Instrument No. 201302327; Beverly V. Bishop, Harold L. 287-1024 Addition to the City of CorTRUSTEE'S Bishop, E.S. Bishop, Jr. to TRUSTEE'S SALE and WHEREAS, on the 29th pursuant to the provisions inth, Alcorn County, MissisNOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, default having Herman C.T. Wade and SaMORRIS CRUM day of June, 2005, Shelby Lane thereof to enforce payment sippi, and being the same WHEREAS, on Novem- Dunn and Debbie Dunn ex- of said indebtedness. been made in the terms and loma B. Wade dated 10-28-88 MINI-STORAGE property conveyed by Frank WHEREAS, on April 21, ber 6, 2002, Shelby Lane ecuted and delivered to B. conditions of said deed of recorded in Book 240, Page 286-3826. NOW, THEREFORE, no- 2006, Kenneth R. Barton and Hughes to Dr. J. H. Hughes trust and the entire debt se- 508-509, 510-512 in the OfDunn and Debbie Dunn, as Sean Akins (Trustee) and Citon July 8, 1959, and recorded tice is hereby given that I, the Iris B. Barton executed and husband and wife, executed a cured thereby, having been fice of Clerk of Court in AlPROFESSIONAL Deed of Trust to B. Sean izens Bank & Savings Com- u n d e r s i g n e d S u b s t i t u t e d delivered a Deed of Trust to in Deed Book 113 at page declared to be due and pay- corn County, Mississippi. SERVICE DIRECTORY 167 in the office of the Chanpany, Corinth Branch, a Land Trustee, on July 18, 2013, at John W. Haynes, IV as TrustAkins (Trustee), and Citizens able in accordance with the DeedSERVICES of Trust on the prop- the south front doors of the ee, and N & H INVEST- cery Clerk of Alcorn County, terms of said deed of trust, Parcel Number: 0801011 C Bank & Savings CompanyAUTO and the legal holder of said in- 01500 (Lender) 0840 on the property erty hereinafter described to county courthouse of Alcorn MENTS,LLC, Beneficiary, Mississippi. debtedness, Stonecrest In- Property Address: 1405 East hereinafter described to se- secure payment of indebted- County, Mississippi, in the which Deed of Trust was reI will convey only such title as come and Opportunity Fund Second Street, Corinth, Miscure payment of indebted- ness therein mentioned, ow- City of Corinth, Mississippi, corded on May 1, 2006 as Inis vested in me as Substitute I, LLC, having requested the sissippi 38834 ness therein mentioned ow- ing to Citizens Bank & Sav- within legal hours for such strument 200602452 in the Trustee. undersigned Substituted ing to Citizens Bank & Sav- i n g s C o m p a n y , C o r i n t h sale, will offer for sale, and l a n d r e c o r d s o f A l c o r n sell, at public outcry, to the County, Mississippi; and WE WILL CONVEY only Trustee to execute the trust ings Company, which Deed of Branch, which Land Deed of highest bidder for cash, the SIGNED AND POSTED this and sell said land and prop- such title as is vested in UnTrust is recorded in the OfTrust is recorded in the Ofproperty conveyed to me by WHEREAS, on April 26, 24th of June, 2013. erty in accordance with the derwood Law Firm PLLC as fice of the Chancery Clerk of terms of said deed of trust for Substituted Trustee. Alcorn County, Mississippi, in fice of the Chancery Clerk of said Deeds of Trust de- 2013, N & H Investments, Alcorn County, Mississippi as LLC substituted N. Chad Bor- N. CHAD BORDEN, scribed as follows: WITNESS OUR SIGNAthe purpose of raising the Trust Deed Book 605 at page den in the place and stead of SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Instrument No. 200506400; sums due thereunder, togeth- TURE, this the 4th day of July, 5 et seq.; and Commencing at the Southw- John W. Haynes, IV as Trust- Publish June 26, July 3, 10 and er with attorney’s fees, Substi- 2013. and est Corner of the Southwest ee in the above referenced 17, 2013 tuted Trustee’s fees and exWHEREAS, on the 23rd Underwood Law Firm PLLC pense of sale; day of May, 2003, Lane Dunn WHEREAS, on the 5th day Quarter of Section 17, Town- Deed of Trust which Substitu- 14283 864 NOW, THEREFORE, 864 2 South, Range 8 East, tion of Trustee was recorded TRUSTEE 864WE, SUBSTITUTED 816 and Debbie Dunn, as hus- of September, 816 804 2008, Shelby ship 470 TRACTORS/ 868 868 of Alcorn Underwood Law Firm PLLC, band and wife, executed and Lane Dunn and spouse, Alcorn County, Mississippi; in the land recordsTRUCKS/VANS TRUCKS/VANS TRUCKS/VANS RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL BOATS FARM EQUIP. thence run East 208.7 feet County, Mississippi, on April BY: John C. Underwood, Trustee in said delivered to B. Sean Akins AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES SUV’S VEHICLES VEHICLES SUV’SSubstituted SUV’S Debbie L. Dunn a/k/a Debbie along the quarter section line; 26, 2013, as Instrument numdeed of trust, will on the 31st Jr. (Trustee) and Citizens Bank & Dunn, executed and dethence run North 40 feet to ber 201301732 reference to day of July, 2013, offer for Managing Member Savings Company (Lender) a AKE OFFER M sale at public outcry for cash Real Estate Deed of Trust on livered to B. Sean Akins the North right-of-way line of which is hereby made; and to the highest bidder, and sell Control #12050877 the property hereinafter de- (Trustee) and CB&S Bank, Waukomis Lake Road (a within legal hours (being scribed to secure payment of Corinth, Harper Road of Rus- paved public road); said point WHEREAS, default has been 07/10/2013, between the hours of 11:00 P U B L I S H : indebtedness therein men- sellville, Alabama, a Land being the Southwest corner made in the payment of the 2004 MERCURY A.M. and 4:00 P.M.) at the 0 7 / 1 7 / 2 0 1 3 , 0 7 / 2 4 / 2 0 1 3 tioned owing to Citizens Bank Deed of Trust on the prop- of the Huff property and be- indebtedness secured by said 2012 HYUNDAI Cruisemaster of loaded, South front door of the 14294 2008 Travel Trailer & Savings Company, which erty hereinafter described to ing the point of beginning; aforementioned Deed 58K miles, MONTEREY Motorhome by Trust, and the said N & H InCounty Courthouse at CorReal Estate Deed of Trust is secure payment of indebted- thence continue North 208.7ELANTRA fully loaded, DVD/ Gulf Stream Ultra-lite, vestments, LLC, being the orig. owner, very Georgieboy, 1997 GM 19,800 miles, feet; thence run West 220.7 inth, County of Alcorn, State recorded in the Office of the ness therein mentioned ow- 4.6, CD system, new tires, V-8, 5-spd., 26’, rarely used, queen ski boat, 5.7 ltr. and holder of the infeet to a point on thegarage East owner Mississippi, the following Chancery Clerk of Alcorn 454 ci chassie, 37’ kept w/all mileage 80,700, of climate ing to CB&S Bank, Corinthleather, good to excellent bed w/super slide, new tires, diesel, power debtedness right-of-way line of Waukodescribed County, Mississippi, in Trust engine, new tires, controlled air/heat, heat/ property situated in with slider, 45,000 service records, secured thereby, sleeps 6, built-in 32” having requested the under- 2K under mis Lake run mpg, miles,Road; extrathence 38 the County of Alcorn, State Deed steering, Book 623roll at page cool power seats. bar, 224, Harper Road, which Land56,051 condition, miles with white Oak tinted fl at screen w/ceiling Deed of Trust is recorded in $6700. South $6500. 5 degrees 14 minutes signed Substitute Trustee so of Mississippi, to-wit: et seq.; clean, surround sound. 593and actual hours. interior. $19,500. windows the Office of the Chancery East 154.7 feet along said East to do,&I XM will on July 18,KBB. 2013,$14,000. Situated in the County of Al662-287-5893, $14,999 radio. Asking 662-462-7634 Call or text $10,500. sell, corn, State of Mississippi, to WHEREAS, on the 2nd day Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis- right-of-way line; thence run offer for sale and will (662)415-0223, 662-808-7777 or 956-334-0937 during legal hours (11:00 a.m. or 662-664-0789. South 37 degrees 23 minutes$17,500. leave msg. & will 731-926-0006. wit: of June, 2004, Lane Dunn and sissippi, as Instrument No. 731-727-5573 662-415-9020 doormessage East - 4:00 p.m.) at the South Debbie Dunn, as husband and 200805766 which Deed of East 55.4 feet along said662-594-5830. leave return call. Commencing at the Southwwife, executed and delivered Trust was taken as renewal right-of-way line to a point of the Courthouse in Alcorn 804 est Corner of Block 583 of to B. Sean Akins (Trustee) and extension of, and not in where said road curves in an County, Corinth, Mississippi, ‘07 30’ Flagstaff BOATS Walker's Addition to the City and Citizens Bank & Savings cancellation of the previous easterly direction; thence run to the highest bidder for cash Super Lite, South 86 degrees 29 minutes at public outcry, the followof Corinth, Alcorn County, Company (Lender) a Real EsDeeds of Trust, described East 173.3 feet along the ing described property: 5th wheel Mississippi;long thence run East tate Deed of Trust on the wheel base, North right-of-way line of 95 feet to the Point of Beginproperty hereinafter de- hereinabove. 6800 lb. 1/2 ton 361V W/MATCHING rebuilt & 350 HP 2003 Lexus said road to the point of be- Beginning on the East line ning; thence run North 75 scribed to secure payment of TRAILER & COVER, towable, super slide, WHEREAS, by instrument ginning; which forms the North containing 0.969 acre,2011 feet; thence engine run West&5 auto. feet; indebtedness IS 300 RASPBERRY & GRAY, 18’ long,therein 120 HPmen- recorded 2004 Nissan never set out in boundary of Blocks 16 and 17 or less. in the Office of the 6 more thence run North 25 feet; tioned owing to Citizens Bank Nissan cylinder, 5-speed trans., needs EVINRUDE 150XP, Johnson mtr.,which Chancery Murano, weather, like new in Proper Addition to the thence run East 100 feet; & Savings Company, Clerk of Alcorn automatic, pearl Max-S 24-V TROL. MTR., 2 paint some black, 120k will sell and convey only City of Corinth, Alcorn thence run South 100&feet to Real Estate of Trust is County, trailerDeed & mtr., inside & out, super Mississippi, as Instru-whiteI w/tan leather, FISH FINDERS, NEW County, Mississippi,2 atWD, a point such title astires, is vested in me by $19,000 the North right-of-way line of recorded in the Office of the miles, loaded, sunroof, new 6 175k miles, ment No. 201102542, CB&S work. nice RV. new paint, new Loaded, Silver 110 feet West of the6-spd., North- auto., BATTS., saidCDDeeds Trust player,offully 2nd Street; thence run West Chancery Clerk of Alcorn Bank, the adult driver, legal holder anddisc $13,200 with hitch. transel, 2 live Ext., Dark Int, C/D east corner of Block 16; run loaded, . 120,000 miles. NEW of LED TRAILER along the North right-of-way County, Mississippi, in Trust owner $18,000; garage kept, said Deeds of Trust 662-287-5926 or in Westerly direction Sunroof. Signed, posted andChanger, pub- thence line of 2nd Street 95 feet to Deed wells, Book 657 page 532, LIGHTS, EXC. COND., hotatfoot 2013 PJ 40’ Bose, leather, and indebtedness secured lished this 26th day of June, along Mi. said North boundary the Point of Beginning, conet seq., which Deed of Trust 60,000 662-643-8632 control. Gooseneck trailer. exc. cond., thereby, substituted Wendell line 75 feet; thence South 174 2013. taining 0.22 acres, more or was stated to be a renewal 662-665-1995. (Corinth near Walmart) H. Trapp, Jr. as Trustee by In� feet, more or less, $12,000. to the $10,500. 662-808-0113. less. and extension of the Deed of line of the WENDELL H. TRAPP, JR. North boundary 662-415-1804 Trust dated May 23, 2003, re- strument dated June 14, 2011; 662-284-6559. 832 SUBSTITUTED Southern Railway Company 662-596-5053 Notwithstanding the above corded in Book 623 at page and MOTORCYCLES/ TRUSTEE right-of-way; thence in an description, said acreage is for 224, et seq. of the land reATV’S Easterly direction along the legal purposes only and does cords of Alcorn County, MisWHEREAS, the indebtedREDUCED North boundary line of said 2007 Ford F-150 not guarantee the quantity of sissippi; and ness secured by the Deeds of Publish: (four times) right-of-way 75 feet; thence land described herein. Trust mentioned herein- June 26, 2013 North 174 � feet, more or July 3, 2013 WHEREAS, on the 29th 2012 STARCRAFT above 2002 has matured in its en- July 10, 2013 G3 less, to the point of beginning, This being the same property day of2000 June, 2005, Shelby Lane MERCURY CAMPER tirety, and is now past due, said property lying and1991 being Ford July 17, 2013 conveyed from Eva H. Bishop, Dunn and Debbie Suncatcher Fiberglass 18’ bunk Optimax, 225Dunn H.P. exand in default, and the 14271 in Blocks 16 and 17 in Proper E.H. Bishop, Gwendolyn B. ecuted and delivered to B. unpaid house, gray & 20’ pontoon, of riversaid ready, 228k miles. Imagine owning a likeEconoline Deeds of Addition to the City of CorChambliss, Ralph H. Bishop, Seannew, Akins (Trustee) and Cit- provisions 18’ ENCLOSED black water tanks, water tested, never 4 fishing seats, 2 live super duty, diesel, inth, Alcorn County,Van, Missis-48,000 have thereby been Beverly V. Bishop, Harold L. izens launched, Bank &powerhouse Savings Com- Trust cable ready w/TV. TRAILER, wells, Minn Kota trolling 7.3 ltr., exc. sippi, and being the same by Grantors, and have Bishop, E.S. Bishop, Jr. to pany, outboard Corinthmotor Branch, Will consider trade for with a Land broken 16’+2’ Vee Nose, miles, good mtr., Lowrance fish graph, drive train, 215k property conveyed by Frank stainless prop,prop- not been cured, and the said Herman C.T. Wade and SaDeedHigh of Five Trust on the small tractor w/mower tandom axle, elec. 60 HP Yamaha, bench w/ cond., one miles, excellent, Hughes to Dr. J. H. Hughes loma B. Wade dated 10-28-88 ertyfor hereinafter Bank, present hold-Turbo, exc. cond. breakes frame jack, only $ described to CB&S storage spacethe & table. great mechanical on July 8, 1959, andowner, recorded serious recorded in Book 240, Page secureCall payment John Bondofof indebtedPaul er of said indebtedness, has 12V, light, gravel 662-396-1390 $ in Deed Book 113 at page 864 508-509, 510-512 in the OfnessSeaton therein Boat mentioned, Sales in Counce,ow- requested condition”. guard, ramp door, the undersigned to interest. 167 in the office of the ChanTN for details. fice of Clerk of Court in Aling to Citizens Bank & Sav816 TRUCKS/VANS side door, carpeted. foreclose said Deeds of Trust662-415-1482 731-434-8475 cery Clerk of Alcorn County, $6500 corn County, Mississippi. i n g s 731-689-4050 Company, Corinth RECREATIONAL $3800. SUV’S pursuant to the provisions D Mississippi. 662-664-3538 Branch, which Land Deed of REDUCE VEHICLES 287-5206. or 901-605-6571 thereof to enforce payment Parcel Number: 0801011 C Trust is recorded in the Of868 I will convey only such title as 01500 fice of the Chancery Clerk of of said indebtedness. AUTOMOBILES D is vested in me asRE Substitute DUCE Property Address: 1405 East Alcorn County, Mississippi as Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, noSecond Street, Corinth, MisInstrument No. 200506400; REDUCED D CE DU RE sissippi 38834 and tice is hereby given that I, the SIGNED AND POSTED this undersigned Substituted 24th of June, 2013. WE WILL CONVEY only WHEREAS, on the 5th day Trustee, on July 18, 2013, at such title as is vested in Unof September, 2008, Shelby the south front doors of the 2000 Custom N. CHAD BORDEN,2006 GMC YUKON 2008 Jeep Wrangler derwood Law Firm PLLC as L a n e D u n n a n d s p o u s e , 1984 CORVETTE 30 ft., with slide out county courthouse of Alcorn 7-pass. van, 90,500 miles,TRUSTEE SUBSTITUTE Substituted Trustee. Debbie L. Dunn a/k/a Debbie 383 Stroker, alum. Harley Exc. cond. inside & out, Sahara & built-in TV antenna, Mississippi, white w/tan interior, dual26, July 3, 10 and Publish June WITNESS OUR SIGNADunn, executed and de- County, high riser, alum. in the V-6, auto., power windows, 106k miles, 3rd row Davidson 2 TV’s, 7400 miles. City of Corinth, Mississippi, 17, 2013 air, asking TURE, livered to B. Sean Akins heads, headers, dual hard top, Sirius radio w/nav this the 4th day of July, seat, garage kept, front within legal hours for such 14283 Mtr. & Trans., (Trustee) and CB&S Bank, line holly, everything cd, dvd, very clean2013. & well & rear A/C,tow pkg., sale, offer for sale, and Corinth, Harper Road of Rus- on carwill new or rebuilt New Tires, maintained. 49,400k mi. $ 662-287-6218 or loaded Underwood Law Firm PLLC sellville, Alabama, a Land sell, at public w/new paintoutcry, job to the Must See $21,300. O.B.O. SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE Deed of Trust on the prop- highest (silver flbidder eck paint). for cash, the or 662-284-6752 erty hereinafter described to property 662-396-1705 $12,000 conveyed to me by $9777.77 or 662-664-0104 BY: John C. Underwood, secure payment of indebted- said Deeds of Trust de662-286-1732 or 284-8209 662-415-8623 Call Keith Jr. ness therein mentioned ow- scribed as follows: 662-415-0017. or 287-8894 Managing Member ing to CB&S Bank, Corinth Harper Road, which Land Commencing at the SouthwControl #12050877 Deed of Trust is recorded in the Office of the Chancery est Corner of the Southwest PUBLISH: 07/10/2013, Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis- Quarter of Section 17, Town2004 Ford F350 07/17/2013, 07/24/2013 sissippi, as Instrument No. ship 2 South, Range 8 East, ALUMAwhich CRAFT 14294 200805766 Deed of 1984 Alcorn CHRYSLER County, Mississippi;1987 Honda work truck, V10, BOAT , 40 Trust14’ was taken as H.P. renewal thence run East 208.7 feet underbed tool gas burner, workhorse eng., 2 LEBARON CRX, 40+ mpg, and extension of, and not in along the quarter section line; JOHNSON, TROLLING slideouts, full body paint, walk-in shower, SS sinks & s/s refrig w/ convertible, boxes, towing cancellation of the previous new paint, new MTR., GOOD COND ., thence run North 40 feet to im, Onar Marq gold 7000 gen., mini-van, exc. DeedsINCLUDES of Trust, described theantique tag, line of leather seat 3-ton cntrl. unit, back-up camera, package, DVD. TRAILER, North right-of-way auto. leveling, 2-flat screen TVs, hereinabove. mech. cond. 39,000 actual Allison 6-spd. A.T., 10 cd stereo

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