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Police investigating pair of shootings BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Corinth police are investigating two shootings Sunday night and early Monday that happened about five hours apart and left two men injured. Robbery was involved in both situations, and police believe the same suspects may be involved in both shootings.

The earliest of the two happened about 8:10 p.m. Sunday. The victim told police he was at the intersection of North Polk and Highway 2 when he saw a male subject walking toward his vehicle, said Detective Capt. Ralph Dance. The motorist rolled down the vehicle window, and the man pulled a gun.

The victim noticed another subject also approaching. One got in the passenger seat, and the other got in the back seat of the vehicle. Dance said it appears the suspects had the man drive to a wooded area where they robbed him and shot him in the leg. The two men then ran from the car. The victim drove himself to the Corinth Police Department,

reporting that he had been robbed and shot, and an officer took him to the hospital. Dance said the suspects are described as black males, one standing 5 feet 8 inches tall and, weighing 130 to 140 pounds and with his hair in dreadlocks. The other is believed to be about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 170 to 180 pounds, with short hair.

The second shooting happened about 1 a.m. Monday on Wick Street. Dance said a Hispanic male was in a yard of a residence when two black males and a black female approached. They demanded money from the subject, and he told them he didn’t have any. Please see SHOOTINGS | 2

City Park judges measures

Shelter funding draws crowd

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“The tournament has always been for a great cause and that will continue,” said the founder. “Havis (Hurley) worked really hard last year for something these kids will remember forever … I am excited to be part of it this time.” Whitehurst started the tournament to honor his late father – Owen B. Whitehurst – with the first scrambles held at Hillandale Country Club before moving to Shiloh Ridge. The four-person scramble is open to everyone and is set for a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Eighteen holes of golf, with cart included, comes with a package of tourney comfort color T-shirt, tote bag, Subway lunch and awards ceremony.

County supervisors on Monday backed away from a proposed funding cut for the Corinth-Alcorn Animal Shelter. The proposed cut rallied a crowd of supporters who attended the meeting of the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors. The county has a proposed budget in hand with a public hearing set for 10 a.m. Sept. 3. The board had proposed cutting shelter funding 50 percent to $12,500, but the board seemed agreeable Monday to funding the shelter at $25,000. The shelter submitted a request for $50,000. Supervisors previously expressed concern about animals not being accepted. Shelter Manager Charlotte Doehner acknowledged the concerns and said it is not the shelter’s goal to turn people away. The longest time an animal has been held was three months, she said. “Animals that are sick or vicious or that we feel are unadoptable, we are required by law to hold them for five days,” she said. Each one gets a health check and shots. The group is still working towards no-kill status. “The no-kill shelter actually opens up opportunities for us to apply for grants and also to reduce costs,” said Doehner. “I know a lot of people feel that by putting animals down we

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Crossroads Regional Park will consider new security measures in light of the rape that occurred at the park last week. Park Director Todd Witt told the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors Monday morning that the park has relied on only the city police for park security but now may take that a step further. “What we are looking at is possibly putting a full-time security person there, maybe an extension of the police department or sheriff’s department,” he said. “We would like a licensed person to do this.” The park would likely target the security on time periods when there are fewer activities in progress. The park is supposed to be closed to the public between midnight and 6 a.m., the park manager said. The park has in the past considered using security cameras but was advised against it because of liability issues. Witt said it may be time to reconsider. “Unfortunately, in the world we live in today, you can’t have enough security,” said Witt. “It’s something we’re definitely going to have to look at.” He said the park commission has looked at security issues in the past but more in terms of curbing vandalism problems. Please see SECURITY | 2

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Owen B. Whitehurst Memorial Tournament founder Mike Whitehurst (right) helps David Dilworth with his swing.

Owen Whitehurst Memorial Tournament Annual golf scramble aiding special needs Disney outing BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Since it’s beginning, the Owen Whitehurst Memorial Tournament has sought to make a difference in the lives of young people. The goal continues through a different route in year 13 of the annual golf event. Organizers of the four-person scramble have jumped on board to help provide lasting memories for special needs children after providing five scholarships to Alcorn County high school graduates for the past 12 events. This year money

raised during the scramble, set for Aug. 31 at Shiloh Ridge Athletic Club, will go to help fund a trip to Disney World for a group of area special needs children. “Throughout the year we have been looking for things of great need to donate the proceeds,” said tournament founder Mike Whitehurst. “When I saw the story about the trip for the special needs kids, I knew that’s what we needed to do.” With the help of the CREATE Foundation, one $500 scholarship will continue to be offered to a student in the county, according to Whitehurst.

Murphy among acts opening for Daniels BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Country Music artist and songwriter David Lee Murphy compares songwriting to fishing. “It’s like fishing in that I miss more than I catch,” he said with a laugh. Fans shouldn’t be fooled by the 54-year-old’s comparison. The Herrin, Ill., native has landed a boatload when it comes to writing top hits. “You have to be crazy to get in this business and I was told that,” said Murphy. “But there is a huge thrill when you have a song reach number one … it’s like winning the Super Bowl and you have to savor it because

it doesn’t happen often.” Murphy is set to bring his performing and writing skills to the Crossroads Arena on Saturday as part of the opening acts for Charlie Daniels. “It’s always a thrill to see Charlie,” said Murphy, who will play with the icon for the first time. “He is a great guy and I have always loved listening to his music.” Saturday won’t be the first time Murphy has been to Corinth. He was the featured performer during the 5th Annual Hog Wild Festival in 1995. “I remember performing down by the railroad tracks,” he said of his first visit. “It was a lot of fun.”

His “Dust On The Bottle” and “Party Crowd” have become staples at country radio and have gained a permanent spot on the repertoire of every country music cover act. “Party Crowd” was the most played song on country radio in 1995 and “Dust on the Bottle” spent two weeks at number one. Both songs were part of Murphy’s debut MCA album Out With A Bang which went platinum and became the best-selling debut album by a male country artist in 1995. “I am so caught up in the songwriting world I don’t have as much time to tour,” said

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David Lee Murphy will be part of the opening acts for Charlie Daniels on Saturday at the Crossroads Arena.

On this day in history 150 years ago The Union bombardment of Fort Sumter, S.C., continues. The fort is destroyed, yet the Confederate defenders continue to resist. 450 Confederate guerillas under Capt. William Quantrill begin a raid into Kansas to avenge the 5 women killed in the building collapse in Kansas City.

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JACKSON — As they present their annual request for capital spending, leaders of Mississippi’s eight public universities say they’re pleased with the Legislature’s pledge to borrow $100 million a year to cover the schools’ needs. The College Board adopted the plan at its meeting Thursday. Each institution adopted 10 top priorities, an amount totaling $634.4 million across the system. Top priorities range from another $30.5 million to pay for the new medical school building at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson to $300,000 to upgrade sprinklers at the Cedar Brook Apartments at the University of South-

ern Mississippi. Higher Education Commissioner Hank Bounds said the board knows lawmakers won’t contribute the amount needed to cover the total request. However, he said the future map for capital spending laid out in the 2013 bond bill is enough to sustain the universities. “We are happy with $100 million,” Bounds said in an interview last week. “We probably need it to be $130 million or so per year, but we recognize the state has other needs.” The College Board has been pushing for a multiyear capital spending plan. Although the Legislature could change what it adopted this spring, the move appears to have helped

schools feel confident enough to start big projects with the belief that more money will arrive by the time it’s needed. For example, UMMC plans to start construction on the medical school building this fall. In the past, smaller universities especially would tend to wait until enough money had been allocated to pay for a whole project, which could delay the start of construction for years. “At least now we have a road map,” Harry Sims, the College Board’s assistant commissioner of real estate and facilities, told members of the board’s Finance Committee. Bounds said he’s encouraged by the 2013 Legislature’s decision to pay for some maintenance using

cash, instead of borrowing. The amount set aside for rehabilitation and renovation, called “R and R” in budget-writing jargon, could increase next year. Officials said such maintenance dollars could double next year, based on talks with lawmakers. That could boost capital spending at universities even if bonding doesn’t increase. “We feel really good about the three-year bond bills and particularly if we can continue to receive appropriated R and R dollars,” Bounds said. “I know the leadership in the Legislature would prefer to continue appropriating R and R dollars rather than bond it. That’s the right way to pay for things like roofs and air conditioners.”

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Deadline to enter is August 21 and cost is $60 per player. “We have been able to provide around 60 scholarships to high school seniors since the tournament started,” said Whitehurst. “Now, each year we will take a look at which worthwhile cause we can be a part of.” Sponsorships are still available. Platinum sponsors are $500 and include a team entry into the tournament along with an advertising sign on a hole, name on the back of T-shirt and name on tote bag. Gold sponsors are $300 with sponsorship earning a team entry to the tourney and name on tote bag. Silver sponsors are $100 and include advertising on a hole. “We hope to have an-

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Mid-South Fair returns to agricultural theme Associated Press SOUTHAVEN — The Mid-South Fair is returning to its agricultural roots. People at last year’s fair told him they want to see livestock, board president Michael Doyle told The Commercial Appeal. “I am a proponent of livestock but I deal with a bunch of brilliant city people on our board and they don’t understand that the fair has

got to smell like a fair,” he said. “I show horses, and I told them that if I have to bring that smell from the barn with me, we are going to have it planted around so it smells like a fair. But they saw fit, and we are reintroducting livestock.” He said well over 70,000 people went to the 2012 fair — the largest attendance in the four years it’s been in DeSoto County.

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The park submitted a fiscal 2013-2014 budget request for $275,000 from the county as it seeks a 5 percent budget increase. Witt submitted a list of park needs including additional staff and security. Corinth police continue to investigate the rape which occurred at gunpoint and was reported to 911 at 11:28 p.m. Thursday. Details on the suspect’s appearance are scant — a black male described as 6 feet tall with

a slender build and around 20 or in his early 20s. He wore all black clothing and obscured his face with a bandana. Carrying a black handgun, he forced a male and female subject to lie on the ground in the concrete lot area and then had them move towards the playground equipment and to a spot away from the lights where he raped the woman. The male subject was not injured. The man and woman had met at the part to talk, according to police.

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Proceeds from the Owen. B. Whitehurst Memorial Tournament will be used to help with a Disney World trip for a group of special needs children. Trip organizer Havis Hurley (left) and Denise King along with special needs children David Dilworth, Ruby Patterson, Chris Patterson and Cole Skinner were on hand for the announcement last week. other successful tournament,” said Whitehurst. “It has been a good golf event with a lot of prizes and it’s hard to come away

without getting something during the day of the tournament.” To enter or for more information about the

memorial tournament contact Mike or Tracy Whitehurst 662-415-5514, Winners Circle 662-2877678 or fax 662-287-7679.

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Dance said a shot was fired, grazing the face of the victim. The man ran and more shots were fired with another hitting the man’s leg. He knocked on the door of a residence and was taken to the hospital. Dance said the shell

casings from the two scenes are the same and appear to be .22-caliber magnums. The suspects should be considered armed and dangerous, he said. To report tips on these cases, contact the police department at 2863377 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-773-tips or crimestoppersms.com.

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Today in history Today is Tuesday, Aug. 20, the 232nd day of 2013. There are 133 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlights: On August 20, 1968, the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact nations began invading Czechoslovakia to crush the “Prague Spring” liberalization drive.

On this date: In 1833, Benjamin Harrison, 23rd president of the United States, was born in North Bend, Ohio. In 1862, the New York Tribune published an open letter by editor Horace Greeley calling on President Abraham Lincoln to take more aggressive measures to free the slaves and end the South’s rebellion. In 1866, President Andrew Johnson formally declared the Civil War over, months after fighting had stopped. In 1882, Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” had its premiere in Moscow. In 1910, a series of forest fires swept through parts of Idaho, Montana and Washington, killing at least 85 people and burning some 3 million acres. In 1940, during World War II, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill paid tribute to the Royal Air Force before the House of Commons, saying, “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.” In 1953, the Soviet Union publicly acknowledged it had tested a hydrogen bomb. In 1955, hundreds of people were killed in anti-French rioting in Morocco and Algeria. In 1972, the Wattstax concert took place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In 1977, the U.S. launched Voyager 2, an unmanned spacecraft carrying a 12-inch copper phonograph record containing greetings in dozens of languages, samples of music and sounds of nature. In 1988, a cease-fire in the war between Iraq and Iran went into effect. Eight British soldiers were killed by an Irish Republican Army land mine that destroyed a military bus near Omagh, County Tyrone in Northern Ireland. In 1992, shortly after midnight, the Republican National Convention in Houston renominated President George H.W. Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle.

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State jobless rate falls as labor force dips Associated Press

JACKSON — Mississippi’s unemployment rate fell by a half percentage point to 8.5 percent in July, hitting lowest level in more than four years, but only because the state’s labor force shrank. A separate survey showed state employer payrolls fell slightly. Both sets of figures — adjusted to cancel out normal seasonal changes — were released Monday by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. It’s the lowest state jobless rate since February 2009. Mississippi’s unemployment rate was 9 percent in June and 9.3 percent in July 2012. The labor force fell by 10,000 people, dropping below 1.3 million for the first time since 2010. That translated into 3,000 fewer people reporting they had a job, but 7,000 fewer reporting they were unem-

ployed. The bigger decrease in the unemployed is what pushed down Mississippi’s jobless rate to a level equal to the early part of the recession. Mississippi had 110,700 unemployed people in July, down from 117,800 in June, and 124,000 in July 2012. The dip also drove Mississippi down from its June ranking of thirdworst state for unemployment. It’s now tied for ninth among the states with Tennessee. Nevada retained the nation’s worst jobless rate at 9.5 percent, while North Dakota was again lowest at 3 percent. The national unemployment rate dropped to 7.4 percent in July from 7.6 in June. It was also below the 8.2 percent level of July 2012. The unemployment rate is calculated by a survey that asks how many people are looking for a job. A second survey each

month asks employers how many people are on their payrolls, a measure many economists use as their top labor market indicator. Mississippi’s nonfarm payrolls fell to about 1.1 million people in July, down by 3,000 from June, but about 24,000 higher than a year ago. The decrease breaks a six-month string of payroll increases, which had suggested that the state’s economy was gaining traction despite stubbornly high unemployment. Mississippi remains 3.3 percent, or 38,000 jobs, short of its all-time peak in February 2008. The only sectors that increased payrolls in July were construction and education and health services. Shedding workers were trade, transportation and utilities; professional and business services; leisure and hospitality; financial activities; manufacturing and government.

down from 22 percent in 2012. Last year saw 1,242 animals come into the shelter, with 535 of those adopted or returned to the owner, 178 going to rescue groups across the country and 276 euthanized. Of 802 brought in through June of this year, 458 have been adopted or returned to the owner and 73 have been euthanized. Barbara Rider, who has been involved with the shel-

ter through the years, said three-quarters of the animals brought to the shelter are from the county. “People need to be responsible,” she said. “Please, take this seriously because it is a serious problem.” Even with funding at $25,000 last year, Doehner said the shelter carried debt of more than $25,000 but has whittled that down to about $3,500 through various fundraisers.

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reduce costs, but that’s not true. It is actually more financially feasible to bring the animals in, make them healthy and adopt them, thereby receiving income on that animal rather than paying the cost of putting them down.” The number of animals euthanized thus far this year is 9 percent of the animals coming in,

Things to do Today Class reunion ACHS graduates of 1972 are having a class reunion planning meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Strickland Church of Christ fellowship hall.

Rogers camp meets The Col. William P. Rogers Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp No. 321 is holding its monthly meeting tonight at Martha’s Menu, 302 Taylor St. in Corinth at 7 p.m. Mr. C.D. Rickman will be speaking about “Civilians during the Battle of Shiloh.” Visitors are welcome to attend all meetings. For more information, contact Larry Mangus at 287-0766 or visit www.battleofcorinth. com.

Art on display Alycia Stegall, who enjoys capturing northeast Mississippi scenery, is the new

featured artist at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery. The 507 Cruise Street gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday with summer hours of 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 6650520 for gallery information.

Senior activities The First Presbyterian Senior Adult Ministry is hosting a Wii sports class for senior adults on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. There is no cost to participate. Call the church office at 286-6638 to register or Kimberly Grantham at 284-7498.

Quilt fundraiser A quilt made by the Cross City Piecemakers Quilt Guild is up for grabs in support of the ongoing efforts to preserve the VerandahCurlee House Museum. Chances will be sold and can be purchased at the Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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Quilt raffle The 4H Mod Squad is selling chances for a quilt for $2 for one chance or $5 for three chances. The quilt was made and donated to the club by ladies of the Piecemakers Quilt Guild and measures 76 by 94. It is done in the green and white colors that represent 4H. Proceeds from the raffle will go to help 4Hers go to the state Showdown in Jackson in October. To purchase a raffle ticket, call Judy at 662-287-5527 or Elizabeth at 731-2395539.

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Services honor those killed by Camille Associated Press

BILOXI — Members of a Biloxi church and the mayor who led the town through a Category 5 hurricane read the names of 131 people who died and 41 unaccounted for after Hurricane Camille. The ceremony at the Camille Memorial, a marble wall engraved with the names, was one of two on Saturday, the hurricane’s 44th anniversary. As former Biloxi mayor Danny Guice, Church of the Redeemer member Judy Guice and others read the names, Guice put a rose on each panel of the wall. The day was especially significant for Judy Guice. Her parents, Wade and Julia Guice were civil defense directors in South Mississippi when Camille hit. Julia Guice, who

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died recently, began the Camille ceremony and pushed for the memorial to be built. The Very Rev. Robert Wetherington, pastor of Church of the Redeemer said the ceremony is a reminder of hurricanes’ danger and devastation. Earlier, a few people went to Evergreen Cemetery in Gulfport to honor three women who never were identified. Their headstones bear the names Faith, Hope and Charity and all that was known of them — their estimated ages, weights and what they were wearing. Those who attended included Harrison County Emergency Management Director, who was going into the 6th grade when Camille hit the Gulf Coast. “I’d really like to know why they didn’t leave — did they not get the word?” asked Lacy. “I just — I want to ask them why, why they didn’t leave?”

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the songwriter, who has been touring every other weekend this summer. “Songwriting is a constant and I am always working on new material.” Murphy’s songwriting ability is in high demand among Nashville’s circle of performers. His songs have taken several stars to the top of the charts. Kenny Chesney’s “Living In Fast Forward” and “Live A Little” as well as Jason Aldean’s “Big Green Tractor” & “The Only Way I Know” – featuring Luke Bryan & Eric Church – all went to the top with his songs. Murphy was honored Monday night for his latest #1 song “Anywhere With You” which was recorded by Jake Owen. “There is something about a song when it connects,” he said. Murphy has made other connections on songs such as “Pirate Flag” (Kenny Chesney), “A Feelin’ Like That” (Gary Allan), “The More I Drink” (Blake Shelton), “On A Mis-

sion” (Trick Pony) and “People Like Us” (Aaron Tippin) among others. The married father of three sons is looking forward to playing the Crossroads Arena. “We are going to get out there and have a good time,” he said. “I will do all of my stuff and then give them a dose of things out there now.” Murphy said around six to seven #1 songs recorded by someone else will be part of his show. “They will get a little bit of the new and old,” he added. Ticket prices are $53 for the first nine rows and $43 for the rest of the floor. All riser seating is $33. All military veterans and those actively serving with a free ticket to the concert. All military personnel who show military identification or an equivalent proof of service to receive a ticket at the box office in advance of the concert will receive free admission to the show. The box office is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. “I can’t wait to get there,” said Murphy. “We are going to have a good time … if you are having fun, everyone has fun.”

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Prison policy will be Bryant’s focus in 2014 JACKSON — Funding for education versus funding for prisons — it’s a constant source of tension when Mississippi lawmakers write an annual budget. Now, Republican Gov. Phil Emily Bryant says he’ll push to inWagster crease the prison budget as he Pettus seeks to focus on public safety during the 2014 legislative sesCapitol Dome sion. “It is unfortunate, but Corrections is something we’re going to have to put more money in, if we are going to keep the really bad people off the streets,” Bryant told reporters during an Aug. 1 interview at the Neshoba County Fair. The U.S Department of Justice said in late July (http://1.usa.gov/1acDNpi ) that Mississippi in 2012 had the second-highest incarceration rate in the nation, only behind neighboring Louisiana. The Mississippi Department of Corrections budget increased 7.3 percent from fiscal 2013, which ended June 30, to fiscal 2014, which began July 1. Spending on K-12 schools increased by 2.1 percent during the same period. The overall state budget increased 2.3 percent. Bryant said the abuse of prescription drugs “is a huge problem,” and the state might need to consider treatment options for nonviolent offenders who have used, but not sold, illicit drugs. During the past decade, Mississippi has established an extensive network of drug courts, which focus on rehabilitating, rather than locking up, people who use illegal substances. “We are going to have to find that line where we say who needs to go to prison because of that and who needs treatment and who needs to go to the drug court system,” Bryant said. The governor also said the state might consider whether it’s cost-effective to have some low-security inmates serve time at home, monitored by ankle bracelets. This is less expensive than traditional incarceration. “I’m open to those discussions, for nonviolent offenders, particularly female,” Bryant said. “Taking that mother out of the home, incarcerating her away from the children, has obviously a detrimental effect on her family.” The Department of Corrections publishes a monthly fact sheet on its website. The most recent one shows that as of Aug. 1, Mississippi had 26,274 inmates, of which 22,521 were in custody in state-run or privately run prisons. The rest were in other categories: 3,229 in community corrections or medical leave, 483 in “other custody,” 32 listed as escapees or walk-aways and nine hospitalized. The Aug. 1 inmate fact sheet listed 23,904 men and 2,371 women. The total is higher than on Aug. 1, 2012, when the state had 25,649 inmates, with 21,962 in custody in state-run or privatelyrun prisons. Bryant said he’s interested in ideas presented by Right On Crime, an initiative supported by prominent national conservatives including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Among other things, its website (http:// www.rightoncrime.com ) says that for a prison to be considered successful, it must reduce recidivism. Bryant said he advocates a larger role for prison ministries, including one started by the late Chuck Colson. “Prison Fellowship was founded by Chuck Colson, President Nixon’s ‘hatchet man,’ in 1976,” the group’s website says (http://www. prisonfellowship.org ). “After he served time in a federal prison camp, Chuck felt led by God to honor a promise he made to remember prisoners and their families. That promise grew into the world’s largest family of prison ministries.” Bryant said Mississippi needs to find ways to deter crime and to help former inmates stay on track once they leave prison. They might need help finding jobs, for example. The governor said some run into trouble when return to their same old neighborhoods with the same old friends. “Before you know it,” he said, “they’re violating the same laws.”

Prayer for today Father, help us to faithfully engraft Your Word into our hearts so we will filter all we see, hear and read to find what You, the Source and very Essence of truth have to say to our hearts. Help us to conform to Your will in all matters. Amen.

A verse to share “Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.” — Song of Solomon 2:15

Understanding reality versus mirages in Egypt Nothing symbolizes the Utopianism of our times like both liberals and some conservatives calling for us to cut off aid to the Egyptian military, because of the widespread killings in what is becoming a civil war in Egypt. Such utter lack of realism from the left is not new, but hearing some conservatives saying the same things takes some getting used to. President Obama’s call for the Egyptians to end the violence and form an “inclusive” government, with all factions represented, may sound good to many Americans. But there is not a snowball’s chance in hell that it will happen. Egypt existed for thousands of years before there was a United States of America. In all those millennia, Egypt has never had a free or democratic society. Nor is Egypt unique in that. Of all the different nations that have existed at various times and places throughout recorded history, it is doubtful that even ten percent were free or democratic. Even free and democratic nations existing today took centuries to achieve freedom and democracy. Barack Obama may have enough ego to imagine that he could accomplish, during his White House years, what took centuries to accomplish

elsewhere. But do others, including some conservatives, need to share that delusion? Thomas Yet Obama Sowell is only the latest in a Columnist long line of American officials, including presidents, who have thought that a universal human desire for freedom meant that freedom and democracy could be exported, even to countries where they have never existed before. However widespread the desire to be free, that is wholly different from a desire to live in a society where others are free. Nowhere is such tolerance harder to find than in the Middle East. Has no one noticed the on-going lethal violence between different sects of Muslims in the Middle East, or their intolerance toward Christians and murderous hatred of Jews? Muslims in some other parts of the world have been more tolerant, and there have been five female heads of state in Muslim countries. But not in the Middle East. Much is made of the fact that the United States gives financial support to the Egyptian military that is shooting down hundreds,

or perhaps thousands, of Egyptians in the streets. But we have to make our choices among the options actually available. With the Muslim Brotherhood mounting armed attacks, what can anyone rationally expect, except shooting on both sides? It would certainly be a lot nicer if everyone laid down their guns, and just and worked things out peacefully. But has anyone forgotten that, for centuries, Protestants and Catholics tried to wipe each other out? Only after the impossibility of achieving that goal became clear did they finally give it up and decide to live and let live. As regards Egypt, it is not at all clear that any regime that has existed after Mubarak, or that is currently on the horizon, is better than Mubarak was. But the very idea of leaving well enough alone is foreign to those who are looking for moral melodramas and soaring rhetoric, such as talk about “the Arab spring.” What did we get for our money in Egypt under Mubarak? We got peace in a part of the world where peace cannot be taken for granted -- and a part of the world from which oil provides the economic lifeblood of Western civilization. But we could not leave well enough alone. Now we

are paying the price -- and perhaps it is only the first installment of the price. The idea that, when a government we find unsatisfactory is overthrown, we can expect a better government to follow, goes back at least as far as President Woodrow Wilson. His intervention in the First World War -- a war “to make the world safe for democracy” -- turned out to be a war whose actual end results replaced old monarchies with new, and far worse, totalitarian governments. Barack Obama’s Middle East interventions have replaced stable and neutral despots in Egypt and Libya with anti-Western despots and chaos. Such is the price of pursuing ideological mirages. After contributing to the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power, and the disastrous aftermath of that, the Obama administration is now publicly lecturing Egyptian leaders, and trying to micro-manage them from thousands of miles away. And some conservatives are joining the Quixotic chorus, playing with fire. (Daily Corinthian columnist Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. His website is www.tsowell. com.)

Finding a constitutional cure for what ails us When I studied the U.S. Constitution in school, I learned that for a bill to become law it first had to be introduced in either the House or the Senate. Today, a cynic might say for a bill to become law a member of Congress must first be introduced to a lobbyist. Much of government’s dysfunction, cost and overreach can be traced to the abandonment of the constitutional boundaries the Founders put in place for the purpose of controlling the lust for power. In his new book, “The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic,” Mark R. Levin asserts the U.S. government isn’t performing up to standards established by the Founders because, like a flooding river, politicians have breached their constitutional limits. Levin, who graduated with honors and a law degree from Temple University and who hosts a popular syndicated radio talk show, believes “The nation has entered an age of post-constitutional tyranny” resulting in this attitude by our leaders: “The public is not to

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should be the least powerful and consequential branch of government. Who can credibly disagree with Levin when he writes: “What was to be a relatively innocuous federal government, operating from a defined enumeration of specific grants of power, has become an ever-present and unaccountable force. It is the nation’s largest creditor, debtor, lender, employer, consumer, contractor, grantor, property owner, tenant, insurer, health-care provider and pension guarantor.” To return America to its constitutional boundaries, Levin proposes a series of “liberty amendments” to the Constitution, beginning with one limiting the terms of congressmen so they might avoid the bipartisan virus that infects even some who believe in limited government. Another amendment would establish term limits for Supreme Court justices. “The point is,” argues Levin, “that the Framers clearly intended to create intrinsic limitations on the ability of any one branch or level of

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Nation Shark attacks teen in Hawaii HILO, Hawaii — Hawaii authorities say the second shark attack in the state in less than a week has left a 16-year-old surfer with leg injuries. The Hawaii County Fire Department said the boy suffered injuries on both legs after he was bitten Sunday afternoon southeast of Hilo. He was airlifted to Hilo Medical Center for treatment. The boy’s condition isn’t clear. A call to the hospital’s spokeswoman was not immediately returned. The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources closed ocean waters along the Pohoiki coastline after the attack. Earlier Sunday, officials closed Hapuna Beach on the Big Island’s northwestern shore after lifeguards spotted a shark. On Wednesday, a shark bit off the arm of a 20-year-old German tourist who was snorkeling in Maui. Â

Kidnap suspect leaves money SAN DIEGO — A spokesman for the family of a California man who abducted a 16-year-old girl and killed her mother and young brother says a member of the family is the beneficiary of his life insurance. Andrew Spanswick said Monday that James Lee DiMaggio left $112,000 to Hannah Anderson’s paternal grandmother. Spanswick says he doesn’t know why but believes it is for Hannah’s benefit.

Spanswick says DiMaggio, who was killed in a shootout with FBI agents, named Bernice Anderson as his beneficiary in 2011 instead of his sister. The policy was provided by The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, where DiMaggio worked as a telecommunications technician. Â

John Goodman gets honorary degree SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Actor John Goodman says he’s learned to be grateful for his blessings, rather than always striving for more. Goodman was awarded an honorary doctorate degree of humane letters Sunday during at the convocation at Missouri State University in Springfield. He graduated from the school with a fine arts degree in 1975. He says he originally went to Missouri State to play football but an injury led him to focus on drama. He says he owes his career to the school because its teachers helped him find and pursue his passion. Â

Benghazi memory makes U.S. hesitant WASHINGTON — The specter of Benghazi is affecting U.S. policy in coup-wracked Egypt. The deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Libya was cited as a reason for closing some 20 American embassies and consulates this month in the face of an al-Qaida threat. And Benghazi is now playing heavily into the Obama

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State administration’s deliberations on how to respond to the growing unrest in Egypt, the Arab world’s most populous country, according to officials. The fear in Washington: That any significant cut in military aid could prompt Egypt’s ruling generals to scale back their protection of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and other diplomatic properties. The administration doesn’t want to take any step that endangers American diplomatic personnel on the ground. “We are concerned about our people,â€? Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said at a news conference Monday. “Protection of Americans in Egypt, not just only our diplomats but all Americans, is of the highest priority.â€? “American government officials, including American military, have been working very closely with the Egyptian military and police to assure the security and protection of Americans in Egypt,â€? Hagel told reporters. Â

Prosecutor seeks 60 years for Manning FORT MEADE, Md. — Army Pfc. Bradley Manning should spend 60 years in prison because he betrayed the U.S. by giving classified material to WikiLeaks, a prosecutor said Monday. The soldier’s defense attorney didn’t recommend a specific punishment, but suggested any prison term shouldn’t exceed 25 years because the classification of some of the documents Manning leaked expires in 25 years.

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JACKSON — The Mississippi State Department of Health says there are three new human cases of West Nile virus for 2013. The reported cases are two in Hinds County and one in Forrest County, bringing the state total for 2013 to 15 cases, with one death. So far this year, cases have been reported in Bolivar, Forrest, Hinds, Lamar, Leflore, Lincoln, Lowndes, Madison, Marion, Rankin and Wayne counties. The Health Department only reports laboratoryconfirmed cases to the public. In 2012, Mississippi had 247 WNV cases and five deaths. Â

COLUMBIA — A 47-year-old Columbia man is in jail, facing manslaughter charges in connection with the death of another man. Columbia police tell WDAM TV Frederick Mingo is charged in the death 52-year-old of Donald Ishman. Police say Ishman died during a physical altercation with Mingo Friday around 8 p.m. Ishman was pronounced dead at the scene. Â

Trial set in gun case ABERDEEN— A federal judge has set a Sept. 9 trial for a man charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a gun. Brandon Venson Taylor was indicted in January and charged with possessing a .22 caliber rifle and 47 rounds of ammunition. Court records say he had the gun in August 2012 in Batesville. Taylor pleaded not guilty to the charged in February. His trial is scheduled to take place in U.S. District Court in Aberdeen. His attorney did not immediately respond to a message early Monday. Â

Suspect arrested in Columbus shooting COLUMBUS — Police say a 38-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an Aug. 14 shooting in Columbus. WTVA reports that Orlando Charvez Harris of Columbus was arrested Friday afternoon on a charge of aggravated assault and a probation violation. Officers were called to a home on Burgundy Drive in East Columbus shortly after 10:30 p.m. the night of Aug. 14. Investigators say four

men had forced their way into a storage shed where other men. A fight then began. One man, Lionel Hampton Jr., was taken to the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle with a gunshot wound that was described as not lifethreatening. It was not immediately clear whether Harris has an attorney. Â

Trial to begin in Hancock Co. slaying BAY ST. LOUIS — The high-profile trial of a man charged with strangling to death his 70-year-old landlord begins this week in Hancock County. WLOX-TV reports that jury selection was to begin Monday for Timothy Evans. Investigators say Evans rented a room from Wenda Holling at her home in Kiln. The landlord went missing Jan. 5, 2010. Her family had reported her missing, and authorities say Evans told investigators that he thought the victim had gone away with friends. Less than a month later, her body was found on a roadway in Harrison County.

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Deaths Katie Anderson

WALNUT — Funeral services for Katie Elaine Barnes Anderson, 61, are set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at Christ Temple Church with burial in Providence Baptist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson died Sunday, August 18, 2013 at her residence. Born June 4, 1952, she was a member of Christ Temple Church and retired from Jetco. Survivors include a daughter, Tammy Cameron of Corinth; a sister, Kathy Carlise of Walnut; two brothers, Billy Barnes (Sarah) and Rogers Barnes both of Walnut; three grandchildren, Ashley Hodum (Cody), Brittany Williams (Cody) and Tiffany Gentry; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, K.C. and Birdie Mae Null Barnes; and a brother, Kenneth Barnes. Bro. Gary Porterfield will officiate. Visitation is 3 p.m. today until service time at the church.

David Crawford

HORNSBY, Tenn. — Funeral services for William “David” Crawford, 58, are set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at Shackelford Funeral Directors in Selmer with burial in Pine Hill Memorial Garden in Adamsville. Mr. Crawford died Sunday, August 18, 2013 at his residence. He was born September 10, 1954 in Hornsby and was a maintenance supervisor.

Flora Strickland

MICHIE, Tenn. — Funeral services for Flora L. Strickland, 62, are set for 1 p.m. Wednesday at Christian Assembly Church. Mrs. Strickland died Sunday, August 18, 2013 at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Born December 19, 1950 in Alcorn County, she was a homemaker and member of Christian Assembly Church. Survivors include the father of her children, Donnie Strickland of Culleoka, Tenn.; two sons, Donnie Strickland, Jr. and wife Jessica of Ramer, Tenn. and Allen Strickland of Michie; a daughter, Lorraine Strickland of Culleoka; four sisters, Faye Davis and husband Erbie of Corinth, Betty Mills and husband Clay of Corinth, Linda Smith and husband Jon of Corinth and Gail Jones and husband Danny of Corinth; and four grandchildren, Ariana Strickland of Michie, Warren Strickland of Michie, Hailee Gibbs of Michie and Agnus Leigh Strickland of Tupelo. She was preceded in death by her parents, Allen and Minnie Horne; and three siblings. Daniel Jones will officiate. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. tonight at the church. Shackelford Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.

Mary Wren

Funeral services for Mary L. “Nokie” Wren are set for 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Wren died Thursday, August 15, 2013 at North Mississippi Medical Center. She worked as a health care provider for Whitfield Nursing Home. She was a member of City Road CME Church and the Gladys King Elk Temple. Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Robert Wren; daughters, Sonja Wren, Demetria Wren-WarWren ren and Robin Wren all of Corinth; a step-son, Tony Justice of Corinth; brothers, Malone (Carletta) Jones, Foster (Donna) Jones and Freddie Jones; sisters, Pauline Jones and Kitty Jones all of Ann Arbor, Mich.; eight grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Rev. Kim Ratliff will officiate. Robert Fields will deliver the eulogy. Visitation is 1-5 p.m. today at the church. Grayson-Porter’s Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— A western Pennsylvania woman whose $280,000 home was sold at auction over $6.30 in unpaid interest won a court decision Monday allowing her a fresh opportunity to argue she should not lose her home. Commonwealth Court ruled it was a mistake for a Beaver County judge to rule against Eileen Battisti without first holding an evidentiary hearing. “This was particularly inappropriate because the outstanding liability was small and the value of the home was far greater than the amount paid by (the)

purchaser,” wrote Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt. Leavitt said the state Supreme Court has “emphasized that due process under both the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions must be satisfied whenever the government subjects a citizen’s property to forfeiture for nonpayment of taxes.” Battisti’s lawyer says she still lives in her Aliquippa home, even though it was sold nearly two years ago to S.P. Lewis of Imperial for about $116,000. Messages seeking comment weren’t returned on Monday by Lewis and his lawyer, or by the Beaver County solici-

tor’s office. Battisti purchased the home outside Pittsburgh in 1999 with her husband, who managed their finances. She paid off the property after he died in 2004 with proceeds from his life insurance policy. The opinion by Leavitt said Battisti had difficulty taking over the financial matters, in part because of a series of personal setbacks. She fell behind on various tax bills, but believed she had paid them all off, even though some were late. The $6.30 penalty was added to her tax bill in 2009, which grew with interests and costs to $235 by

late 2011, when the home was sold at auction. She appealed the sale to county court, which ruled in May 2012 that she received all notices required by law. A month later, Judge C. Gus Kwindis ordered that the Beaver County Tax Claim Bureau could not issue a deed to Lewis while Battisti appealed. An attorney for Lewis offered to settle the dispute last year for $160,000 from Battisti. David Holland wrote in a court brief that Battisti did have notice of the tax sale, and that she made arguments in the appeal that legal procedures should not permit.

Nation Briefs Obama urges rules to be enacted WASHINGTON — Three years after President Barack Obama signed a sweeping overhaul of lending and high-finance rules, scores of regulations are yet to be written, let alone enforced. In a private meeting on Monday, the president prodded bank regulators to execute the law swiftly. The president’s push for action comes as the five-year anniversary of the nation’s financial near-meltdown ap-

proaches. The law, when passed in 2010, was considered a milestone in Obama’s presidency, a robust response to the crisis that led to a massive government bailout to stabilize the financial markets.

Fresh from vacation, Obama to face change WASHINGTON — Fresh from a weeklong vacation, President Barack Obama has to confront such issues as the crisis in Egypt and federal spending before getting back out on the road to sell his eco-

nomic proposals. Obama returned Sunday night from the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard. On Thursday, the president sets out on a two-day bus trip through upstate New York and Pennsylvania to lay out ideas to help make a college education more affordable for the middle class.

Task force says prep for rising seas NEW YORK — Coastal communities should assume floods are going to happen more frequently

and realize that spending now on protective measures could save money later, according to a report issued by a presidential task force charged with developing a strategy for rebuilding areas damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Most of the report’s 69 recommendations focus on a simple warning: plan for future storms in an age of climate change and rising sea levels. It calls for development of a more advanced electrical grid and the creation of better planning tools and standards for storm-damaged communities.

State Briefs Patrols increased for DUI initiative JACKSON — The Mississippi Highway Patrol says it will increase patrols as part of a national initiative called “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Mississippi Public Safety Commissioner Albert Santa Cruz says 30 percent of all fatal automobile crashes in Mississippi are alcohol-related. A news release says the Department of Public Safety has distributed federal grants to pay overtime to put additional officers on duty to arrest drunk and drugged drivers.

More rain possible for areas hit by floods GULFPORT — Forecasters say there could be more rain this week in parts of south Mississippi hit with flash flooding over the weekend. Heavy rainfall over the weekend caused flooding in areas including Long Beach, Gulfport and Biloxi. Authorities said some areas of Gulfport recorded more than 6 inches of rain Sunday. William Harold, a

Gulfport resident, said 2 inches of water came inside his house when water inundated his neighborhood. Gulfport firefighters had to rescue stranded motorists, including some on U.S. 90.

One dead from 4-wheeler accident TREBLOC — Chickasaw County investigators are looking into what caused a fatal four-wheeler accident. The coroner’s office tells WCBI TV the accident happened shortly after 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Highway 47 near the ClayChickasaw County line. Officials say 27-yearold Joshua Parker, of Okolona, was killed at the scene.

Child attacked by pit bull in Simpson Co. MAGEE — Authorities in Simpson County say a 3-year-old boy was mauled by a dog Sunday afternoon. WLBT reports the child was taken to the University of Mississippi Medical Center for treatment. Sheriff Kenneth Lewis

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Prosecutors: Man sent teen messages New Jersey authorities say a 55-year-old Mississippi man posed as a 19-year-old Alabama resident when he sent lewd images of himself to a 14-year-old girl. Thomas Pumphrey of Hernando is charged with attempted sexual assault, child endangerment and criminal sexual contact. He was being held on $75,000 bail, and it was not known Monday if he had retained an attorney.

Cancer Society to hold study NATCHEZ — The American Cancer Society will be conducting a study in Natchez this week to investigate causes of cancer. The Natchez Democratreports that this is the third such study by the organization. The first, launched in 1952, directly linked cigarette smoking to cancer. The second study be-

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Former Stone Co. official arrested JACKSON — Authorities say the former executive director of the Stone County Economic Development Partnership has been arrested on an embezzlement charge. A news release from State Auditor Stacey Pickering’s office says 50-year-old Jay Paul Gumm was arrested Friday. The news release says Gumm embezzled over $24,000 from the organization.

Brandon to vote on liquor by the glass BRANDON — Brandon residents head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether liquor should be sold by the glass in the central Mississippi city. WLBT-TV reports that some signs in Brandon say “Drunk Driving Kills Vote No.” Others say “Vote for Growth.”

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Searching in the Roundabout for the circle of love It was a year or so ago I promised Corinth alderman Mike Hopkins I wouldn’t print any more bad jokes about our famous misunderstood intersection -- the Harper Road Roundabout. No jokes here. Just a few observations. Many local drivers still don’t know how to use it correctly. It’s still a circle of confusion as much today as the the day it opened. I’m not downing the Roundabout. I prefer it over the other options -traffic light, four-way or nothing. I agree with the engineers who suggested it and our city leaders who made it happen. It really is the best option. I’m just a very frustrated driver in my SUV. But my gosh, we underestimated the limitations of Crossroads area drivers.

I say a r e a and not Corinth because we are a regional Mark retail hub Boehler with more eating and Sidetracks shopping options as other smaller towns. Do a tag check in our parking lots if in doubt. McNairy, Prentiss, Tishomingo and Tippah drivers are just as confused as Alcorn County motorists. But did we ever really believe a community who ignores stop signs, doesn’t know how to take turns at four-way stops, believes U.S. 72 is Interstate 72 or thinks yellow means hit the gas a little harder at traffic lights, that we had earned our driving degree and were ready to work

Judge bars most motive evidence in soldier trial The Associated Press

FORT HOOD, Texas — A military judge blocked several key pieces of evidence Monday that prosecutors said would explain the mindset of the soldier accused in the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, including his belief that he had a “jihad duty” to carry out the attack. Prosecutors had asked the judge to approve several witnesses and various evidence to support what they allege motivated Maj. Nidal Hasan to kill 13 people and wound more than 30 others at the Texas military base. But the judge, Col. Tara Osborn, blocked nearly all of it. Osborn barred any reference Hasan Akbar, a Muslim soldier sentenced to death for attacking fellow soldiers in Kuwait during the 2003 Iraq invasion. Prosecutors wanted to prove that Hasan, an American-born Muslim, wanted to carry out a “copycat” attack, but the judge said introducing such material would “only open the door to a mini-trial” of Akbar. She also said such evidence would result in a “confusion of issues, unfair prejudice, waste of time and undo delay.” The judge said prosecutors also couldn’t introduce three emails, ruling that the needed redactions would make them irrelevant. The contents of the emails were never disclosed, but the FBI has said Hasan sent numerous emails starting in December 2008 to Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical U.S.born Islamic cleric killed by a drone strike in Yemen in 2011. The judge also told prosecutors that they couldn’t cite Hasan’s interest years ago in conscientious objector status and his past academic presentations. Osborn said such evidence was too old and irrelevant. However, the judge will allow evidence about Internet searches on Hasan’s computer around the time of the attack and websites that Hasan had listed as “favorites.” Osborn said that information was more timely. Military prosecutors opened the trial by saying they would show that Hasan felt he had a “jihad duty,” referring to a Muslim term for a religious war or struggle. After calling almost 80 witnesses during the last two weeks, prosecutors said Friday that they would begin tackling the question this week. Monday’s ruling frustrated Reed Rubinstein, an attorney representing victims and their relatives in a civil lawsuit against the U.S. government. He

said only in an “alternative universe” could the emails excluded by Osborn be irrelevant, and he blamed the government for dragging out Hasan’s case and making the evidence now too old to be considered. “The reason for that is the procedural pretzels the government has tied itself in to protect Hasan,” Rubinstein said, noting how the trial was originally delayed because of a fight over whether Hasan could keep his beard, which violates military policy. Rubinstein said that even if Hasan were found guilty, a conviction that comes without prosecutors introducing Hasan’s alleged ties to terrorists in the criminal trial would leave a distaste for survivors of the attack. “From their standpoint they’re saying, ‘How can this be?’” Rubinstein said. Prosecutors indicated Friday that they had between 15 and 25 witnesses left, though it wasn’t immediately clear how Monday’s ruling would shorten prosecutors’ case. Either way, Hasan was expected to get his chance to defend himself as early as Tuesday or Wednesday. But the Army psychiatrist — who is acting as his own attorney — has put up little in a way of a defense so far. Hasan signaled before trial that he had just two witnesses, but he has remained largely silent during the first two weeks of his trial. Hasan faces numerous charges of murder and attempted premeditated murder. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.

on our undergraduate in education of higher highway learning? Seriously? I am a certified FRU (Frequent Roundabout User). And as a card carrying FRU, I therefore anoint myself a certified instructor on Roundabout Use 101. This isn’t intended to break my promise to Hopkins, but someone must step forward and give ourselves a refresher course on proper Roundabout etiquette. With the summer season now officially over and Corinth Elementary School and its over 1,200 little darlings back in session with its ever popular drop off and pick up lines and increased traffic flow at the circle of hope, here is a helpful list of tips as a helpful reminder. Share this information with as many motor ve-

hicle users in Corinth as possible. Slide this column under the door of the neighbor who can’t drive, but we didn’t want to reveal the advice came from next door. • The Roundabout is not a four-way stop. Repeat. The Roundabout is not a four-way stop. We can’t move on to the next bullet point without absorbing this concept. The Roundabout beckons Yield on all approaches. • When approaching the Roundabout, the vehicle in the Roundabout has the right of way. This is not up for debate. Just fact. • Do not stop in the Roundabout, unless to avoid a crash from another driver who hasn’t looked under their door yet for this 50-cent piece of advice. • Good Samaritans are not necessary at the Roundabout. If you ap-

proach the Roundabout and no vehicle is in it, proceed. If a vehicle is in it, they have the right of way. Let’s do what we learned in kindergarten. Take your turn. • Do not use your cell phone, text or eat your breakfast, lunch or snack while using the Roundabout. We all need the undivided attention of each other, so the circle of love keeps flowing free of other frustrated drivers. • Shortcuts to Lonnie’s are not allowed. One might be tempted to jump curbs in those big mud runners, but the deer season discussion can wait for just one more minute. • Use of the uplifted middle finger isn’t necessary at the Roundabout. The driver in need of a dose of the American Symbol of Friendship will have already committed the traffic infraction by the time you raise your

right hand for the oath to speak nothing but the truth. • If a vehicle is stopped in the Roundabout and waiting for the vehicle approaching to enter into the circle of street paved love, keep your right hand on the wheel and use your left hand in a sweeping motion from left to right and then point the way. Some drivers will catch on quicker then others, so repeat as necessary. As a FRU, I use this kind gesture all the time, educating one driver at a time. This ends today’s session of Roundabout 101. Pass it on. And remember. Flip not. (Mark Boehler is editor of the Daily Corinthian and author of “Roundabout Jokes,” Volumes I and II. Other FRUs can reach him at editor@ dailycorinthian for networking and counseling sessions.)

Creditors object to Detroit bankruptcy The Associated Press

DETROIT — Individual creditors who fear losing their pensions and paying more for health care were among those who began filing objections on Monday to Detroit’s request for bankruptcy protection, the largest municipal filing in U.S. history and a move aimed at wiping away billions of dollars in debt. Federal Judge Steven Rhodes set Monday as the eligibility objection deadline in the bankruptcy petition by Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr. Attorneys for creditors — including bond holders, insurers, banks, employee pension funds, individuals and companies that provided services — have until just before midnight to file objections electronically. City residents filing for themselves began dropping off their objections Monday morning at the court. A restructuring team representing Detroit’s Police and Fire Retirement System and General Retirement System, the city’s two largest creditors, was expected to file objections by Monday’s deadline. Bankruptcy filings show the pension systems are the top two unsecured creditors. The city has about 21,000 retired workers who are owed benefits, with underfunded obligations of about $3.5 billion for pensions and $5.7 billion for retiree health coverage. “I need my pension for basic human needs,” wrote Mary Dugans in her one-page filing Monday. “Additionally, I’m 80 years old with age re-

“I believe the bankruptcy filing ... is illegal and morally wrong. Surely there are other options available to the city.” Michael Benson Retired water department worker lated medical conditions. Therefore, I have to pay for medical co-pays as well as for prescribed medications. Please consider my situation as you approach this important matter. Thanks.” Michael Benson, a retired water department employee, objected to the use of retiree pensions “for any purpose other than retirees.” “I believe the bankruptcy filing ... is illegal and morally wrong,” he wrote. “Surely there are other options available to the city.” But Orr, hired in March by the state to fix Detroit’s finances, has said there are no other options for Detroit. The city’s budget deficit has chronically hovered near or above $300 million over the past few years, Orr filed for bankruptcy on July 18. He claims the city has at least $18 billion in liabilities, from underfunded pensions and health care costs to bonds that lack city revenue to be paid off. He also stopped payment on $2.5 billion in debt in June. Monday’s deadline for objections drew protesters outside federal court in Detroit. On the other side of the building about 30 or so others gathered to file their objections. Some in that group said in their filings that there are no

provisions in a Chapter 9 that gave Orr authority to file the bankruptcy petition and that it was done without the consent of the city’s elected representatives. “Hopefully, we’ll have the opportunity to argue why Detroit should not be allowed to go into bankruptcy,” said the Rev. Charles Williams II, Michigan chapter president of the National Action Network, a grassroots organization that opposes the state’s emergency law. Williams told reporters outside federal court before the group went inside to file objections that the forms arrived last week to the homes of some of the group’s members. The group is being advised by a former corporation counsel for the city.

“The emergency manager made no reference to this,” Williams said of the forms being mailed to city residents. “Two or three business days to file a legal objection is not fair to the people of Detroit.” Sending the forms to individuals who may be creditors is part of the process and was authorized by Orr, according to his spokesman Bill Nowling. Only creditors holding accepted claims likely have standing to object to Orr’s petition, according to James McTevia, a turnaround expert and managing member of McTevia & Associates. “While there is no doubt that ... residents are seriously affected by the city of Detroit’s problems and the ultimate resolutions, it is my opinion that they are not either individually or collectively creditors,” he wrote Monday in an email to The Associated Press. The city has until Sept. 6 to file its responses to any objections by creditors. A multi-day hearing on the eligibility question is scheduled to start Oct. 23.

Choose We Must If we would only stop and look around us, we can see what sin has done and continues to do to the people we love. Brave acts of sin sweep across our community, state, our nation, yes, into the whole earth. God does see it. “God saw the wickedness of man was great in all the earth…” “it grieved Him at His heart” - Gen. 6: 5-6. God hates sin, but loves the sinner and calls upon man to turn away. Man’s heart can become cold and hard toward the Lord’s teaching. Thus, he will never seek to please God – reject the Christ sent to save man - lives his life without Christ. Definition of sin we need to learn and the Bible gives the definition “all unrighteousness is sin” - I John 5:17. We sin by doing things which God’s word specifically forbids. Stealing, lying, murder, hatred, greed, adultery, drunkeness, envying, these are acts of sin. As man commits the act of sin he harms his own body. “-he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body” - I Cor. 6:18; Gal. 5:19-21. We may sin by failing to do good when we have opportunity. God not only wants us to refrain from evil - He wants us to act positively, doing good - James 4:17. We are not to just day dream, but do those things that are helpful to self and others. Remeber we have an enemy Satan. Satan is always trying to lead us into sin. He does this through tempatation. These temptations appeal to our natural, fleshly desires - I John 2:15-17. It is not a sin to be tempted. It is only when we YIELD to temptation that we are guilty of sinning. Even, Jesus was tempted - but he did not sin. “--was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin” - Heb. 4:15. The fact that Adam and Eve were tempted by what the devil placed before them was not sin. The sin came when they YIELDED to the temptation and transgressed God’s law. The same is true of us. God does not count us sinners because we are tempted - it’s when we GIVE IN to the temptation and violate God’s law that we become guilty of sin. God wants no one to be lost. We are free to choose the way to heaven or hell. Choose we must. God invites us and gives us opportunity to come to him. Believe His teaching and turn away from sin - give up sin as a habit and obey the Gospel. Christ is the way - follow Him.

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Ackman resigned from the 149.74 -.76 YTD 1-yr 10-yr* 2012 $0.94 board and agreed to terms under which his fund can 132.01 -.57 JCP -33 % -45% -2 % 2013 -3.49 begin to sell its nearly 18 percent stake in the retailer. 164.77 -1.06 S&P 500 18 19 7 2014(est.) -3.92 That dispute has been settled, but financial 28.32 -.67 analysts remain concerned that a debate over how 39.15 -.27 Market value: $3.0 billion billlilion on Avg. broker rating long CEO Mike Ullman will remain in charge makes 78.93 -.48 it more difficult for the company to attract CEO: Mike Ullman man ma 60.49 -1.25 SELL HOLD BUY executive-level talent. J.C. Penney brought back Headquarters: 36.05 -.98 Ullman, its former CEO, in April to replace Ron Plano, Texas 8.85 -.40 5 sell 9 hold 7 buy Johnson whose risky turnaround strategy backfired 26.75 +.09 and led to falling sales. 51.44 -.03 Aug. 8, Ackman calls Financial analysts expect J.C. Penney to report a Aug.16, Ackman 43.44 -.39 for CEO Mike Ullman to agrees to terms for second-quarter loss of $1.07 per share on revenue be replaced 55.20 -.61 selling his stock of $2.77 billion. A year earlier it reported a loss of 37 $13.66 5.07 -.14 cents per share on revenue of $3.02 billion. 24.64 -.97 Still hurting J.C. Penney (JCP) is down 17 $13.40 30.91 -2.17 percent since the failed transformation plan of 80.41 -1.51 former CEO Ron Johnson led to his firing in April. $12.68 21.41 -.15 Aug. 13, Ackman 12 $50 38.77 -.43 Feb. 9, Ackman Aug. 16 (left) resigns from 22.19 -.29 joins board $38.29 the board 4.66 +.15 3.69 +.19 $35.79 25 26.52 -.25 $35.37 $31.71 $32.49 80.60 +.61 June 14, JCP names Nov. 1, Johnson Oct. 8 24.49 -.01 April 8, $15.87 Ackman discloses Apple veteran Ron assumes CEO role 10.97 -.27 Johnson is fired 17% ownership Johnson as next CEO 0 13.11 -.23 2010 2011 2012 2013 36.64 -.31 Source: FactSet *annualized Trevor Delaney; Jenni Sohn • AP 33.49 -.05 8.44 -.34 6.91 -.01 40.44 -.32 NDEXES 49.50 +.09 52-Week Net YTD 52-wk 40.11 -.18 High Low Name Last Chg %Chg %Chg %Chg 57.84 -.25 79.94 -1.29 15,658.43 12,471.49 Dow Industrials 15,010.74 -70.73 -.47 +14.55 +13.10 44.74 -.24 6,686.86 4,838.10 Dow Transportation 6,328.63 -45.64 -.72 +19.26 +21.93 31.72 -.10 537.86 435.57 Dow Utilities 477.19 -4.49 -.93 +5.32 -.38 37.22 -.32 9,695.46 7,841.76 NYSE Composite 9,385.90 -79.69 -.84 +11.16 +15.96 7.36 -.29 2,509.57 2,186.97 NYSE MKT 2,325.07 -16.51 -.70 -1.30 -3.94 86.18 -.62 3,694.19 2,810.80 Nasdaq Composite 3,589.09 -13.69 -.38 +18.86 +16.67 16.41 -.43 1,709.67 1,343.35 S&P 500 1,646.06 -9.77 -.59 +15.42 +16.07 70.29 -.42 17,456.80 -114.87 -.65 +16.42 +18.08 24.50 -.26 18,157.57 14,036.94 Wilshire 5000 1,063.52 763.55 Russell 2000 1,013.25 -11.05 -1.08 +19.30 +24.10 67.42 -.43 68.06 +.09 33.78 -.40 15,640 Dow Jones industrials 6.46 -.48 20.58 -.77 Close: 15,010.74 15,320 1.09 -.08 Change: -70.73 (-0.5%) 33.98 -.62 15,000 10 DAYS 6.90 +.26 16,000 7.20 -.26 26.19 -.05 15,500 3.36 -.08 32.50 +.05 15,000 23.33 -.52 26.75 -.03 16.53 -.18 14,500 50.75 +.27 15.81 -.16 14,000 10.63 -.31 68.24 +.09 13,500 23.40 -1.72 F M A M J J A 27.15 -.64 2.24 -.06 144.90 +2.90 TOCKS OF OCAL NTEREST 47.04 -1.76 39.59 -.47 YTD YTD 38.44 -.30 Name Div PE Last Chg %Chg Name Div PE Last Chg %Chg 27.25 -.35 3.08 18 95.48 +.45 +8.2 1.40 8 59.49 -.70 +12.0 McDnlds 46.77 +.62 AFLAC 1.80 25 33.79 -.39 +.2 MeadWvco 1.00 44 36.13 -.24 +13.4 115.61 -.29 AT&T Inc 2.84 22 101.52 +.63 +20.8 OldNBcp 22.35 -.49 AirProd .40 14 13.50 -.21 +13.7 60.85 -.01 AlliantEgy 1.88 15 50.40 -.39 +14.8 Penney ... ... 13.22 -.18 -32.9 10.48 -.28 AEP 1.96 17 42.68 -.63 ... 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Another bad quarter?

CEO update?

Wall Street anticipates another disappointing quarter from J.C. Penney. The struggling retailer is expected to report today that its second-quarter loss widened from a year earlier and that its revenue declined. Investors will be looking for an update on how the back-to-school shopping season is shaping up. Bleak sales outlooks by other retailers have stoked worries that consumers are pulling back on their spending this summer.

Barnes & Noble’s latest quarterly results could shed light on the retailer’s plans to hire a new CEO. The company announced abruptly last month that its CEO, William Lynch, was leaving, but it didn’t name a replacement. Wall Street also will be listening for word on what the company plans to do with its Nook unit. Barnes & Noble has previously said it would stop making the color touchscreen tablets because they have failed to keep up with competitors.

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Thin-skinned groom berates guest who was unable to attend DEAR ABBY: I recently declined a wedding invitation because my spouse and I will be out of town on the date of the wedding. A few days after I sent the RSVP, I got an email from the groom saying he had “suspicions” that I wasn’t attending because I was bitter about not being in the wedding party. I was shocked by the email. Not only do I not care about who is in the wedding party, I don’t think we’re such close friends that we should have been invited in the first place. I think it’s appalling that he would accuse someone who declined an invitation of having ulterior motives for not going. I emailed him back, explaining that we will be out of town and how upset and disappointed I am that he would think something like that. Wasn’t what he did a breach of etiquette? -- APPALLED IN NEW YORK DEAR APPALLED: Yes, it was. Your inability to attend the wedding appears to have brought to the surface the groom’s insecurity about his social relationships. I don’t blame you for being appalled. The man’s behavior was inappropriate. DEAR ABBY: My sister is 63, divorced, educated, intelligent, self-employed and receives monthly support from her ex-husband. The problem is she takes no responsibility for her health. She’s extremely overweight be-

cause she overeats and doesn’t exercise. She complains every day that she feels “terrible.” (I call Abigail it self-pitying Van Buren whining.) Our other sibDear Abby lings think it is too late to confront her about it. I want to address the issue now, before she gains even more, or has a stroke or heart attack and, quite frankly, won’t be able to care for herself. I don’t want to see the responsibility fall on her three kids or us siblings. It’s not fair. She’s just too lazy to make necessary changes and constantly whines! Your thoughts? -- SIBLING STANDING BY DEAR SIBLING: The problem with “confronting” someone is that it usually makes the person being confronted defensive. In a case like this I don’t recommend it. However, a family intervention might work. If the family members were to get together and, as a group, talk to your sister about your concern for her health, it might be the wake-up call she needs. No mention of “whining” should be made, but suggest that she might have a touch of depression that could be helped if she brings it to the attention of

her doctor. Tell her you all love her, that you’re worried about her, and are willing to help her schedule an appointment with her physician if she’s willing. I think that would be a loving thing to do. DEAR ABBY: When my wife and I go to a busy restaurant or a concert where we can pick up last-minute tickets, I often ask her to hop out of the car to find out if the wait times are reasonable or tickets are available while I wait in the car. I do this so I won’t have to find a parking space until we’re sure we will be staying. My wife says my doing this is tacky. I believe it is efficient. What are your thoughts, recognizing that I usually come up with the short straw on matters of manners? Thanks! -- JOHN K. IN WINDSOR, CONN. DEAR JOHN K.: Your request makes perfect sense to me. Parking spaces are sometimes hard to find and valet parking isn’t cheap. However, because your wife resents doing this, either she should be the one to drive so you can “hop out,” or tickets and reservations should be made in advance either online or on the phone. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.)

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). If you’ve ever been the third wheel navigating between a bickering couple, you understand how important it is to present a unified front, even when you don’t feel so inclined. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ve been known to knock yourself out to create something beautiful for your loved ones. Just be careful not to coddle them too much, or they will turn soft, expecting you to go all out all of the time. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You like to know that your presence matters. However, if your energy is too overwhelming, people will feel intimidated and be too uptight to contribute their ideas. Strike a balance. CANCER (June 22-July 22). A burst of health, strength and vitality will have you feeling groovy. Confident and happy in your stride, heads will snap to check you out when you walk by. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Love

and logic seldom go together. So there’s no sense in wondering “What was he thinking?” or “Why did she do that?” Instead, wonder “What was he feeling?” and “What’s the best response?” VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You have the opportunity to ease someone’s mind, salve their hurt or soothe their pain. Seeing the opportunity (others won’t) and acting on it is what makes you a healer. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). It’s always easier to flirt with danger if you have no intention of actually starting a relationship with it. Your heart is pure now, but if you continue to flirt, danger could eventually wear you down. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). When life is not on track, don’t wait for the turning point. Grab the steering wheel and turn with all your might. You might go into a spin, but you won’t be headed in the same bad direction. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). If you keep answering

emails, phone calls and questions, they will keep filling up your inbox, voice box and mind space. At some point -- likely 3 p.m. -- you’ll say “enough is enough” and change your focus. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It would be easy to take the socially acceptable route and do what everyone else is doing. But you’ll miss out if you play it too safe. This afternoon, if you’re not risking, you’re not being creative enough. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You express yourself passionately when appropriate, but what is needed today is a more controlled and to-the-point energy. Practice your presentation with this end in mind. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Anyone can react to bad news. You’re different. You’re empathic, and you use your gift to prevent bad news from happening in the first place. You notice when there is a need and serve it before things get out of hand.


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Local schedule Today Softball Kossuth @ Biggersville, 5 Nettleton @ Corinth, 7 Volleyball Amory @ Corinth, 6:30 Thursday Softball Biggersville @ Corinth, 7 Volleyball Middleton @ Corinth, 6:30   Friday Football Corinth @ Kossuth, 7 (WXRZ) Central @ Biggersville, 7 Booneville @ Walnut, 7 Tishomingo Co. @ Mooreville, 7 New Site @ Thrasher, 7 Nettleton @ Baldwyn, 7 Belmont @ Smithville, 7 Falkner @ Middleton, 7 Itawamba @ Ripley, 7   Saturday Softball Wheeler @ Corinth, Noon Cross Country Corinth @ TCPS Inv., 4

Shorts Nite Golf Tourney The Kiwanis Club Chig Biggers Nite Golf Tournament will be held on tonight at Shiloh Ridge Golf Estates. Tee time is 6:30. Cost is $200 per team for the 4-person scramble and the field is limited to 20 teams. Proceeds will benefit the Needy Children Christmas Project. Contact Jimmy Caldwell (808-5462) or Chuck Counce (415-4655) for more information.

Softball Tryouts The Sweet Heat, an 8U travel softball team, will host tryouts at Crossroads Regional Park Saturday at 10 a.m. For more info please contact Cory Holley 415-2149.

Bowling League Fall Leagues are forming at Plaza Bowling Lanes with play set to begin on Aug. 26. For more information or to sign up, call 286-8105.

Tennis Under the Lights Come and play a little community tennis every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at the Corinth City Park Wear your tennis shoes, bring your racquet, tennis balls, and expect a great time.

50/50 Tickets The Kossuth Athletic Booster Club will be having a 50/50 fundraiser. Tickets for the fundraiser are $100 each and only three hundred tickets will be sold. Every 50th ticket drawn will receive $1,000 and the final ticket will win $10,000 if all tickets are sold. Tickets may be purchased from any booster club member or at home football games. The drawing will be held at the last regular season home game on October 25 and you do not have to be present to win. All proceeds go to benefit all sports programs at Kossuth High School. Please contact Jeff Bobo at 665Please see SHORTS | 13

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A-Rod declines MLB’s challenge Associated Press

NEW YORK — A lawyer for Alex Rodriguez declined Major League Baseball’s challenge to make public the drug evidence that led to the 211game suspension of the New York Yankees star. MLB executive vice president Rob Manfred wrote to lawyer Joseph Tacopina on Monday, urging him to waive his client’s confidentiality under baseball’s Joint Drug Agreement so the documents could be released. Tacopina had said he wanted to discuss evidence publicly but was constrained by the provision. “We will agree to waive those provisions as they apply to both Rodriguez and

the office of commissioner of baseball with respect to Rodriguez’s entire history under the program, including, but not limited to, his testing history, test results, violations of the program, and all information and evidence relating to Rodriguez’s treatment by Anthony Bosch, Anthony Galea and Victor Conte,” Manfred wrote in the letter, which was released by MLB. Bosch was head of the Biogenesis of America anti-aging clinic accused of distributing banned performance-enhancing drugs. Galea pleaded guilty two years ago to a federal charge of bringing unapproved drugs into the United States from Canada. Conte

was head of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, the target of a federal investigation that led to criminal charges against Barry Bonds, Marion Jones and others. Manfred proposed that both sides disclose information and documents relating to: —All drug tests that were conducted on Rodriguez under the program and their results; — All prior violations of the program committed by Rodriguez, and; — All documents relating to the issue of whether Rodriguez obstructed the office of the commissioner’s investigation.

Tacopina, a lawyer with one of the four firms representing Rodriguez, said the players’ association would have to agree to waive confidentiality. “The letter was nothing more than a cheap publicity stunt,” Tacopina said in a statement. “The letter that was addressed to my law office with the words ‘Via Hand Delivery’ on top was in fact never delivered to my office but was instead given to the ‘Today’ show, which in and of itself is yet another violation of the confidentiality clause of the JDA. They know full well that they have to address the letter to the MLBPA and such Please see A-ROD | 13

Northeast mourns loss of Coach Carnell Special to the Daily Corinthian

BOONEVILLE — Former Northeast Mississippi Community College athletic director, softball coach and football coach David Carnell dedicated nearly five decades to Northeast. Now, Carnell will make one last trip to campus. Carnell passed away during the early morning hours on Sunday in Booneville. Visitation will be today from 5-9 p.m. at the Bonner Arnold Coliseum on the Northeast campus with service time at 2 p.m. on Wednesday at Bonner Arnold Coliseum. “Coach Carnell was a teacher, counselor, friend and colleague of mine for over 40 years,” said Northeast president Dr. Johnny L. Allen. “He was an integral part of Northeast athletics as teacher, football coach, softball coach and athletic director. We will all miss his leadership and gentle presence on our campus.” In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the David Carnell Scholarship Fund by contacting the Northeast Mississippi Community College Development Foundation at 662-720-7185 or mailing a memorial to NEMCC Development Foundation, 101 Cunningham Blvd., Booneville, Miss., 38829. “Coach Carnell was a quiet leader that played the game of life as a living example,” Northeast executive vice president Ricky Ford said. “He had the respect of every-

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Coach David Carnell instructs his fast-pitch softball team in 2005, the last season he served as head coach of the program. one that was associated with him. We were in the same Sunday school class and he exhibited the same Christian leadership everyday that he lived. “We will be lifting his family up in prayer during this time.” Carnell’s mark on Northeast stretches back to the 1970s when the lifelong coach originally came to Northeast in 1972 as a member of the

Northeast Mississippi Junior College football coaching staff but the former athletic director left his mark in an entirely different sport when he guided Northeast’s transition from slow-pitch to fastpitch softball at the turn of the century and had the Lady Tigers in the national tournament within three years. “A lot of the principles that coach Carnell taught me were the Christian principles,” said

Northeast head softball coach Jody Long, who assisted Carnell for ten years before taking over the program in 2006. “Seeing him do things at practice, he didn’t cuss like a lot of coaches do, and those things stick heavily in my mind. “He was a very good mentor and I learned a lot of those lessons that I still use in Please see CARNELL | 13

Tennessee, Taiwan win elimination games Associated Press

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.— Knox Preston’s head turned out to be fine. And so is the Nashville, Tenn., player’s swing. A day after being cleared by Little League World Series doctors of any signs of a concussion, Preston played a big role in Nashville’s 10-0 rout of Newark, Del., in an elimination game Monday. The second baseman singled and scored the first run during a six-run, second-inning rally. He then sealed it with a tworun homer in the bottom of the fourth that invoked the tournament’s 10-run mercy rule. “I was really nervous be-

cause, at first the doctor said he was really close to saying I had a concussion,” said Preston, who landed hard on his head after being tripped up running to first base during a 10-2 win over Corpus Christi, Texas, on Saturday. “When he told me I was able to play, I was so happy because I would’ve hated to just watch my team and not be able to contribute at all.” The Southeast champions had plenty of contributors in avoiding elimination in their second straight game. Zane Denton hit a grand slam in the second inning. Robert Hassell had a double and RBI triple. And just as important, the

shortened game allowed manager Chris Mercado to save his pitching as Nashville is still two wins away from having a shot at playing in the U.S. bracket title game. “That’s how we get out of the loser’s bracket, guys. We have the pitchers to keep them down,” Mercado said. “And once we start hitting, the other team’s going to be in trouble.” Nashville advances to face either Sammamish, Wash., or Urbandale, Iowa on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Taoyuan, Taiwan rallied from a 3-0 deficit to pull out a 6-4 win over San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, in an International bracket elimination game. Taiwan will play either

Aguadulce, Panama, or Ottawa, Ontario, on Tuesday. Against Nashville, Delaware (1-2) threatened with the bases loaded in the third before Joseph Davis struck out looking. Justin Courter had the lone hit, a single, for the Mid-Atlantic champions. After opening the tournament with a 6-3 win over Iowa, Delaware dropped a 15-3 decision to California. Newark manager John Ludman had no difficulty believing his players would be fine after their second lopsided loss. “They’ve gone farther than any Newark team. They had a great ride,” Ludman said. “The

Phillies’ affiliate offering free NCAA reverses course on Marine playing funeral

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. — From the minorleague baseball club that gave you the world’s first urinal gaming system comes a promotion that’s more 6 feet under than it is over the top: One “lucky” fan will win a free funeral package. The Triple A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, plans to announce the winner of its latest, and perhaps most bizarre, fan giveaway at Tuesday night’s game in Allentown. Minor-league clubs are notorious for the wacky promotions they run to help put fans in the seats, and the IronPigs are no exception. Earlier this year, the team boasted about the new gaming system it had installed in men’s restrooms at CocaPlease see IRONPIGS | 13

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The NCAA has ruled that a Middle Tennessee football player who spent five years in the Marines will be allowed to compete this fall and that he will have four years of eligibility remaining. It’s a reversal from the NCAA’s earlier decision to rule Steven Rhodes was ineligible because he played in a recreational league during his military service. School officials had said earlier Monday that they were working with NCAA officials to come up with a solution. “This is exciting news for Steven and Middle Tennessee State University,” school

President Sidney McPhee said in a statement. “We express our gratitude to the NCAA for reviewing this situation and granting Steven the ability to play this fall. We are hopeful that the NCAA will look at the bylaws regarding all individuals who serve in the military before becoming a student-athlete.” Late Monday afternoon, the NCAA issued a news release saying Rhodes could play immediately and member schools would continue to re-examine the competition rules, especially as it impacts those returning from military service. Rhodes has been practicing at both tight end and defensive end.

“We thank Steven for his service to our country and wish him the best as he begins college,” NCAA vice president of academic and membership affairs Kevin Lennon said. Middle Tennessee athletic director Chris Massaro said he and McPhee went to the practice field Monday afternoon to inform Rhodes of the NCAA’s decision. “It was really a neat moment to be there for that,” Massaro said. “He was extremely happy, as you’d imagine. It’s always fun to be there when dreams start to come true.” Rhodes’ eligibility was in question because he played in a recreational league dur-

ing his military service. An NCAA rule states that student-athletes who don’t enroll in college within a year of graduating high school will be charged one year of eligibility for every academic year they participate in organized competition. An NCAA rule states that student-athletes who don’t enroll in college within a year of graduating high school will be charged one year of eligibility for every academic year they participate in organized competition. By NCAA standards, Rhodes’ play at the Marine base counted as “organized Please see MARINE | 13


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kids know they accomplished a lot. There were very little expectations for this team. They really have been a Cinderella story.” Nashville, by comparison, suddenly finds itself on a roll since a series-opening 3-2 loss to Westport, Conn. That’s nothing new for a team that’s advanced out of the loser’s bracket in each of the qualifying tournaments to reach South Williamsport, Pa. Nashville won the Southeast title by winning four straight after losing the opener. As a result, nerves weren’t an issue for Nashville players on Monday. “I don’t think so,” Denton said. “We’ve been in this same position like four times.”

a waiver would require the MLBAPA to be party of the agreement and signatures. It’s nothing but a theatrical trap hoping I would sign knowing that I couldn’t and in fact would have me breaching the JDA agreement if I did.” The union didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. A three-time AL MVP, Rodriguez is playing pending his appeal, which is not expected to be decided by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz until at least November. In addition to his own lawyers, Rodriguez paid Florida-based attorney Susy Ribero-Ayala in February to represent Bosch. “A retainer of $25,000 was paid (via wire transfer) by a representative of Alex Rodriguez. Ms. Ribero-Ayala accepted this payment on behalf of Anthony Bosch as payment for his legal representation,” Ribero-Ayala spokeswoman Joyce Fitzpatrick said in a statement Monday. “In April 2013, Ms. Ribero-Ayala received an unsolicited and unwarranted wire transfer of $50,000 from A-Rod Corp. The funds were immediately returned. Mr. Rodriguez does not have any involvement in Mr. Bosch’s legal representation.”

TAIWAN 6, PUERTO RICO 4 Huang Chao-Wei singled home two runs during a four-run fourth inning, and Lan Huai-Chein doubled and scored in the fifth in the come-from-behind win. The Asia-Pacific champions had a short turnaround following a 3-2 loss to Japan in the late game Sunday night. Puerto Rico (1-2) threatened in its final at-bat, scoring once on a two-out, basesloaded walk to Edgar Baez. But Robert Addarich bounced out to the pitcher to end the game. Puerto Rico starter Leonardo Lizardi hit four batters into the fourth inning to tie a one-game series record set six times.

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In June, Bosch agreed to cooperate with MLB’s investigation. The payments were first reported Sunday by ESPN. Rodriguez declined comment, citing the JDA’s confidentiality provision. “At some point, I think everybody will talk,” he said early Monday. “I think everybody has to have a little patience.” Rodriguez is among 14 players disciplined by MLB this summer following its Biogenesis investigation. Former NL MVP Ryan Braun accepted a 65-game suspension and 12 players agreed to 50game penalties. The 38-year-old Rodriguez made his big league season debut Aug. 5, the same day his suspension was announced. He had been sidelined since left hip surgery in January and his return was delayed by a leg injury in July. Rodriguez batted .120 (3 for 25) with no RBIs in last year’s playoffs, and Tacopina claims an Oct. 11 MRI at New York-Presbyterian Hospital revealed the left hip injury. The Yankees maintain Rodriguez complained then only of a problem with his right hip, which was operated on in March 2009. “They put him out there in that condition when he shouldn’t have even been

walking, much less playing baseball,” Tacopina said Monday during an interview with The Associated Press. Rodriguez said Sunday he asked the union to file a grievance over his medical treatment. That likely will not be part of the drug appeal. “I’m sure it will be separate, but I’ll leave that to those expects in labor law and the CBA process,” he said. Tacopina also claims Yankees President Randy Levine told Dr. Bryan Kelly of the Hospital for Special Surgery, who operated on Rodriguez’s left hip in January, that he didn’t want to see Rodriguez play for the team again. Levine has denied the allegation. “This is part of the mindset of what they’re doing to this guy and working in conjunction with MLB to try to keep him off the field,” Tacopina said. Tracy Hickenbottom, a HSS spokeswoman, said Kelly had no comment. The Yankees said in a statement “we relied upon Dr. Christopher Ahmad and the New York-Presbyterian Hospital for medical diagnosis, opinions and treatment. The Yankees neither had any complaints from Alex Rodriguez pertaining to his left hip during the 2012 regular

season and the Yankees postseason, nor did the Yankees receive any diagnosis pertaining to his left hip during that same period of time.” Bryan Dotson, a spokesman for New York-Presbyterian, said the hospital had no comment on Rodriguez’s treatment, Also Monday, a woman indicted last year on charges of stalking Yankees general manager Brian Cashman filed a petition in New York State Supreme Court asking for an order to block Tacopina from representing Rodriguez. Louise Motherwell claimed Stephen Turano of Tacopina’s firm has represented her in a New Jersey case. One of Motherwell’s lawyers said last year she had a consensual relationship with Cashman, and the filing said she shared information with Turano claiming Cashman “intentionally misled federal investigators during the Roger Clemens investigation,” ‘‘knew of Yankee clubhouse steroid use by various Yankee players by name” and “was ambivalent to the use of performanceenhancement drugs so long as nothing came back to the Yankees organization.” Tacopina said Motherwell never retained his firm, and that Turano has his own firm in New Jersey.

would stretch through the transition to fast-pitch competition and until his retirement in 2005. During Carnell’s years, Northeast was the only school in Mississippi to boast a 13year run in the Region XXIII Tournament – covering both slow- and fast-pitch softball – 1994-2006. Carnell replaced Ward once again in 1996 when the veteran coach took over the role of athletic director for Northeast Mississippi Community College and held the position while coaching softball until his retirement in 2005-06. During his time on the slow-pitch diamond, Carnell led the Northeast Lady Tiger softball team to four straight North Division runner-up finishes -- 1994-98 -- before finally breaking through as the North Division champion in 1999. Carnell led the Lady Tigers to seven straight Region XXIII tournaments before the college switched to fastpitch competition in 2001. Carnell and the Lady Tigers did not miss a note with the switch staking a 28-12 record during their first year in fastpitch competition, were coNorth Division champions, and placed third in the state/ region tournament. During the 2000-01 season, Northeast was ranked as high as

fifth in the nation twice. Carnell continued to finetune the Northeast fastpitch softball team with five straight North Division championships --2001-05 -- and saw his team finish as the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges’ state runners-up three straight years from 2003-05. Northeast’s crowning moment came in 2003 when the Lady Tigers qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association’s National Softball Championship after winning the Region XXIII championship. Northeast came close to a return trip to the national tournament in Carnell’s final years at the helm finishing as the Region XXIII runner-up in 2004 and 2005. Carnell not only pushed his athletes on the diamond but demanded excellence in the classroom as well and was awarded as the NJCAA’s Academic Team of the year in 2000 -- Northeast’s first year of fast-pitch competition -- and was among the top academic teams in the country in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Carnell was named the Region XXIII Coach of the Year in 2003 and was honored as the Mississippi Association of Community/Junior Colleges' Coach of the Year in 2005

and given the NJCAA’s Loyalty Award in 2005. After retiring, Carnell returned as a part-time assistant coach to the softball program from 2006-08 before finally hanging up his cleats. In total, Carnell recorded 301 wins against 223 losses during his time as head football and slow- and fast-pitch coach. In honor of the accolades and commitment Carnell made to the program, Northeast softball honors him each year with its highest honor – the David Carnell ‘Six Inch Award’ for the softball student-athlete that makes the best decisions. In April 2012, he was the co-honoree for the Northeast softball StrikeOut Cancer games against Mississippi Delta Community College that saw the Lady Tiger pitching staff toss a perfect game in the opener and followed with a no-hitter in the nightcap. Just a year later, Carnell was inducted into the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) Sports Hall of Fame at a banquet on April 23 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus of Hinds Community College. Carnell was also a 2010 inductee into the Northeast Sports Hall of Fame.

years old. The games were spread out. We once went six weeks between games.” The rule first took shape in 1980, when “participation in organized competition during times spent in the armed services, on official church missions or with recognized foreign aid services of the U.S. government” were exempt from limiting eligibility. But through several revisions and branches of the rule, the clause allowing competition during military service was lost and not carried

over into the current bylaws. Massaro said earlier Monday before the NCAA’s latest ruling that he was cautiously optimistic things would go in Rhodes’ favor, particularly as the case began to draw national attention. U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais, a Republican whose district includes Murfreesboro, Monday sent a letter to NCAA President Tom Emmert in support of Rhodes. “This is such a no-brainer, frankly,” McPhee said Monday before the NCAA ruled

Rhodes could play. “Even though the rule is very clear on this, I think there is a sense that a wrong needs to be made right in this particular case.” Massaro said McPhee and Emmert communicated with each other a couple of times Monday and that those conversations “appeared to go very well.” “It was very apparent that Dr. Emmert’s positon was, ‘Let’s see if we can find a way to make this work,’ “ Massaro said.

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Cola Park. But a free funeral? Talk about burying the competition. “It’s one of our best out-of-the-box promotions. Or maybe I should say one of our best ‘in-the-box’ promotions,” quipped IronPigs General Manager Kurt Landes. Fans had to submit an essay describing their ideal funeral and explain why they deserved a free one. More than 50 essays were turned in. Some of the contestants took a lighthearted approach. A fan of movie Westerns wrote how his funeral would feature the “William Tell Overture” and a photo of the Lone Ranger. A woman joked that she wanted bouncers to remove mourners who weren’t sufficiently mournful. Others were far more serious. One fan, recently diagnosed with ALS, wrote how his family is watching his “life quickly draining from my body. No one was prepared, emotionally or financially, for the loss or to prepare a final memorial.” The winner of the essay contest, to be announced during the sixth inning, gets a casket, embalming or cremation, hearse, headstone, flowers and a funeral or memorial service, all valued at nearly $10,000. A nearby funeral home is the sponsor. Lest they be accused of poor taste, the IronPigs have opted to call Tuesday night’s giveaway “Celebration of Life Night.” Grim reapers and tombstones are out, angelic music and a release of doves at home plate in. “It won’t become Halloween,” Landes said.

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coaching today from him.” Carnell’s run on the gridiron at Northeast came after the long-time coach helped found the program at Biggersville High School where he served as the high school’s first football coach. Carnell was an assistant football coach for 10 years -1972-82 before taking over the reins of the program from W.B. “Bill” Ward in 1983. Carnell won two of his first four games including victories over Holmes (15-7) and Coahoma (45-0) as the Tigers went on to finish the 1983 season as the North Division runner-up. After three years at the helm, Carnell gave up the head-coaching role and returned to be an assistant coach for the Tiger football team until 1996 when he dedicated his focus to softball. Carnell resurrected the Northeast softball program in 1993 after an almost 10-year hiatus away from competition and posted a 17-16 record during the Northeast’s first year back in slow-pitch competition. Carnell’s Lady Tigers also started a run to the National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) Region XXIII Tournament that

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0320 CATS/DOGS/PETS

HOUSEHOLD 0509 GOODS

MINI P I N S C E R S MIXING BOWLS 1-Large & 3male/1female. $150 1 - M e d . $ 1 5 . C a l l OBO. Call (662)396-1023 ( 6 6 2 ) 2 8 4 - 4 6 0 4 or (662)415-8145 RECEPTIONIST FOR a locQUEEN BEDSPREAD with al Medical Clinic. Must bed skirt, pillows, and FARM enjoy working with the curtain. Beautiful public. Reply to: Purple. Only $100. Box 391 Call (662)415-7435 c/o: Daily Corinthian 0430 FEED/FERTILIZER REFRIGERATOR $125. Call P. O. Box 1800 HAY FOR SALE $25/ROLL. (731)453-5521 Corinth, MS 38835 CALL (731) 453-5521 ROSE PARADE (Hall) 0232 GENERAL HELP 64oz. Pitcher. Good MERCHANDISE Condition. $135. Call CAUTION! ADVERTISE(662)284-7015 MENTS in this classification usually offer inforROSE PARADE (Hall) salt mational service of 0506 ANTIQUES/ART & pepper shakers for products designed to ANTIQUE SHOWCASE $25. Call (662)284-7015 help FIND employment. d k . w o o d , a l l g l a s s Before you send money shelves, & sliding doors. R O S E P A R A D E 2 . 5 Q to any advertiser, it is $300. Call (662)286-3026 C o v e r e d C a s s e r o l e , Roses w/bl. Circa: 1945. your responsibility to verify the validity of the GLOBE TABLE. Wooden, Great Cond!!! $50/ea. or offer. Remember: If an antique finish. Opens to $90/2. (662)284-7015 ad appears to sound h o l d g l a s s e s . O n l y SILVER SERVERS. 1-Cof“too good to be true”, $150!!! (662)415-7435 fee and 1 Large Casserthen it may be! Inquirole with Lid. Both for ies can be made by con- GUARDIAN ANGEL Print $150!!! Call (662)415-7435 tacting the Better Busi- i n L a r g e B e a u t i f u l ness Bureau a t G o l d & A n t i q u e , O v a l TRANSFER BENCH for Frame. Only $100!!! Call 1-800-987-8280. bathtub. Like New!! $50. (662)415-7435 Call (662)287-3206 JACKSON HEWITT LIMITED NOAH's Ark INCOME TAX SERVICE WASHER & DRYER for is offering a FREE Tax Print in Frame 45"X32" Sale. Call for informaCourse with the pur- $100.Call (662)415-7435 tion, (731)453-5521 chase of books. There MAPLE DRESSER. Burled is potential for season- w a l n u t d r a w e r s & MUSICAL al employment. Tax B e v e l e d , t i l t m i r r o r . 0512 MERCHANDISE classes will start Sept $150. Call (662)287-3206 ALTO SAXOPHONE (Ac10th. Contact us at 662-286-1040 SPHINX PRINT Beautiful cent) with case. $250 Gold 36"X29". Bought in Call (828)506-3324 LACOSTA FACILITY SUP- E g y p t . $ 1 0 0 C a l l BENNER TROMBONE PORT SERVICES has the ( 6 6 2 ) 4 1 5 - 7 4 3 5 with Case. Made in Engfollowing openings in our Corinth, MS loca- VICTORIAN ERA Print of land. $100. Call (828)506Ladies&Gentlemen in 3324 tion. Victorian attire. ColorForklift Operators CONN CORNET with case. ful in Beautiful Frame!! Machine Operators Beginner model for $50. $50. Call (662)415-7435 Fold & Pack Operators Call (828)506-3324 High School diploma or HOUSEHOLD GED required. Must 0518 ELECTRONICS have reliable transport- 0509 GOODS ation. Manufacturing 35" TV, RCA. Works experience is a plus. BOWLS(2) & Trays(2) with Great!!! Call (662)286Pleaes apply online at Lids. $100 Call (662)4153026 www.lacostaservices.co 7435 m fill out application CAKE PLATES (2) 1 with 50" SONY Grand Vega entirely. covered, flower design. LCD Projection/HD TV & Both $25. (662)284-4604 wood stand. Low hours used last 6 years. $500. 0244 TRUCKING CLOSETMAID CHERRY de- 662-287-1404 luxe closet kit $75. Call ATTENTION CAMERA CANON EOS(662) 286-3026 DRIVER Trainees ELAN 7, 35mm, 70Needed Now! COOKWARE, 5PLY 304 300mm lens and 28No Experience surgical rented stain- 80mm lens,Like New!! Necessary. less steel. Like new! 12 $200. Call (662)286-3026 Roehl Transport needs piece/$150 Call (662)287entry-level semi drivers. SANYO 19" TV. Works 3206 Premium equipment & Perfectly!! $50. Call benefits. DISHES: ALL/$25!! 3piece ( 7 3 1 ) 6 8 9 - 3 3 9 7 Call Today canister, 6cups, 3soup 1-888-540-7364 bowls, 3plates, 4sau- STEREO SYSTEM with cers. Call (662)284-4604 Woofer only $40!!! Call (662)284-4604 PETS G.E. Range. 30", Electric. Works Perfectly! $150. STEREO SYSTEM with E X T R A N I C E ! ! C a l l Woofer. Only $40!!! Call (662)284-4604 0320 CATS/DOGS/PETS ( 6 6 2 ) 2 8 6 - 6 5 8 2

MEDICAL/ 0220 DENTAL

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0135 PERSONALS TO SELL for Shop bill, 2002, 387 Pererbilt T r u c k , V i n 1XP7DU9X22D569680 on August 30, 2013 at 8 a.m. Werner, L.L.C., 1439 Hwy 72 W, Corinth, MS 38834, 662-415-4773.

0149 FOUND LOST DOG, HELP US FIND OWNER!Female Husky approx. 1 wk ago. Farmington Baptist Church area. Call 662-286-8855 or 662-643-5602

GARAGE /ESTATE SALES

GARAGE/ESTATE 0151 SALES

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ANY 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS Ad must run prior to or day of sale! (Deadline is 3 p.m. day before ad is to run!) (Exception-Sun. deadline is 3 pm Fri.)

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$19.10 (Does not include commercial business sales) ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID We accept credit or debit cards Call Classified at (662) 287-6147

BOXERS, BOSTON Terriers, Min-Pins, and English Bulldogs. Make an offer. Call (662)837-4436 or (901)488-4443

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WANTED TO MISC. ITEMS FOR 0554 RENT/BUY/TRADE 0563 SALE

25 GALLON Sprayer. John M&M. CASH for junk cars Deere, 60 psi. $180 OBO. & trucks. We pick up. Call (662)287-7670 662-415-5435 or 731-239-4114. MURRAY 46" cut Lawn and garden Tractor, 20HP $500. Call 662-286- 0557 HOLIDAY TIME 2655 CHRISTMAS VILLAGE items. 102 pieces for SPORTING $40!!! Call (662)284-4604 0527

GOODS

BICYCLE 15 speed. $25. Call (662)665-1519 FITNESS FLYER $50. Call (662)286-3026 GUN CASE. Call for more information, (731)4535521 NEW BOWFLEX $475. Call (731)689-3397

MISC. ITEMS FOR 0563 SALE

UNFURNISHED 0610 APARTMENTS LOFT APT., 1 BR, $150 wk. util. incl, Corinth area, (662)-594-1860.

WEAVER APTS. 504 N. Cass, 1 BR, scr.porch, "CHERRIES JUBILEE" Doll. w/d. $375+util, 284-7433. Marie Osmond Fine Collectible. Never out of FURNISHED box, w/all papers. Only 0615 APARTMENTS $100!!! Call (662)284-7015 STUDIO APARTMENT ANNE RICE novels writ- for Rent. Furnished or ten as Anne Rampling. Not furnished. Util. incl. H a r d B a c k , " E x i t t o $400/mo. Call (662)286Eden", "Belinda" $4. 662- 9951

TRIM RIDER $40. Call (731)689-3397 287-1404

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HOMES FOR

RENT ANNE RICE novels, m o s t l y h a r d c o v e r . 2 BR, East of Rienzi (CR Vampire series. $15 for 453). 662-415-0536 all. 662-287-1404 3BR, 1BA, Wenasoga Comm. Kossuth School W E I G H T B E N C H , L i k e DEPT. 56 Alpine Village, Dist. $400/mo. $250/sec. New! $65. Call (731)689- 48 sets. Excellent Cond, original cartons, Valued dep. Call (662)286-2809 3397 $1725, asking $200 for MOBILE HOMES WESLO EXERCISE Bike all. 662-287-1404 0675 FOR RENT w/speed, time & distance. Like NEW!!! $100. FREE ADVERTISING TAKING APPLICATIONS: 2 Call (662)287-3206 Advertise one item val- & 3 BRs. Oakdale Mobile ued at $500 or less for Home Pk. 286-9185. free. Price must be in 0533 FURNITURE ad & will run for 5 days REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1960'S Danish Modern in Daily Corinthian, 1 solid Teak-wood Serving day in Reporter & 1 day Cart $150 in Banner Independent. HOMES FOR 318-729-0819 Ads may be up to ap- 0710 SALE prox. 20 words includ1960'S Danish Modern ing phone number. Solid Teak-wood dining HOUSE FOR SALE table w/ 1 leaf $150 318The ads must be for B Y O W N E R - L a r g e 729-0819 private party or per- m u l t i - l e v e l f a m i l y home on 2 acres (with 1960'S Danish Modern sonal mdse. & does not additional acres availinclude pets, livestock Solid Teak-wood China able), 4-5 BR's, 3 BA's, cabinet- Glass door $250 (chickens, ducks, cattle, f i n i s h e d b a s e m e n t , goats, fish, hogs, etc), 318-729-0819 garage sales, hay, fire- g a m e r o o m , s h o p , 8 FT. sofa/love seat. wood, & automobiles. pond, lots of room to grow. 8 CR 522. BigGreat Condition. gersville/Kossuth area. Chocolate Color. $450. NO BUSINESS OR 662-284-5379, by appt. 662-284-4604 only. COMMERCIAL ART DECO Chairs (2), HUD ADS ALLOWED! high back, skirted w/ PUBLISHER’S gold damask upholNOTICE Email ad to: stery. Like New! $125/ea All real estate adverfreeads Or $200/2. (662)287-7695 @dailycorinthian.com tised herein is subject to the Federal Fair BAR STOOLS that swivel. or 2 for only $12!!! Call classad@dailycorinthian. Housing Act which makes it illegal to ad(662)284-4604 com vertise any preference, BEDROOM SUITE $200. Or mail ad to Free Ads, limitation, or discrimiBed, dresser, chest of P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, nation based on race, drawers, & night stand. MS 38835, fax ad to 662- color, religion, sex, Call (662)603-3715 Or 287-3525 or bring ad to handicap, familial status (662)287-2603 1607 S. Harper Rd., Cor- or national origin, or intention to make any CHINA CABINET, Tell City inth. such preferences, limiSolid Hard rock Maple. Excellent Cond. $200. * N O P H O N E C A L L S tations or discriminaPLEASE. INCLUDE NAME tion. Call (662)287-3206 & ADDRESS FOR OUR RE- State laws forbid discrimination in the sale, CURIO CABINET. Med. CORDS. rental, or advertising of Oak finish. Excellent Condition!! $125. Call ****We try to publish all real estate based on (662)287-3206 free ads whenever pos- factors in addition to sible unless space is those protected under DISPLAY CABINET,Oak limited. federal law. We will not w/sliding glass and wall knowingly accept any m o u n t , 3 ' X 4 ' . C a l l HOT TUB. Hot Springs. advertising for real es(662)286-3026 8X10, 220ac. Must be re- tate which is in violaEXECUTIVE DESK, large & moved for Sale. Work- tion of the law. All persolid Oak. $500. Call ing Cond. Only $125!!! sons are hereby informed that all dwellCall (662)664-3782 (662)286-3026 ings advertised are J A M S O N D I P L O M A T LARGE COVERED casser- available on an equal Queen Mattress Set w/ o l e b o w l & L a r g e opportunity basis. 2 0 " P i l l o w t o p . L i k e Covered Round bowl. New! $400. (662)286-9877 Both $25. 662-284-4604 0734 LOTS & ACREAGE WEIGHT BENCH New!! Heavy Duty & Adjustable with leg lifts and olympic bar. $85. Call (662)286-3026

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0542 MATERIALS

CEILING LIGHTS, flush, THERMAX AF Home Ensmall-large. 3 for $25!!! vironment Cleaning System, inc vac/shampooCall (662)284-4604 er/all attachments. $350. 662-665-9016 MACHINERY &

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$18,500. Call for more info. 662-401-1093 3. 28X48 3+2 Remodeled n e w MANUFACTURED lino & carpet, 0747 HOMES home has everything FOR SALE you need for smaller double wide, delivery & set up on your property $29,900. Call 662397-9339 4. 1997 28X48 Double wide 3 bed 2 bath, very nice home, vinyl siding, shingle roof, large kitchen with lots of cabinets (Real Wood), island in kitchen, all appliances included, single female only one who has lived in home, delivered & set up for only $26,900 Call 662-2965923 5. Have it your way, we will fix for you or you fix it yourself & save lots of money. 16X80 3 bedroom, 2 bath for low as $5000. 3 to choose from, hurry, won't last long. 662-296-5923 6. I pay top dollar for used mobile homes! Call 662-296-5923 7. Like new 2009 Cavalier 16X80 3 bed 2 bath, large kitchen, lots of cabinets, all appliances included, home has vinyl siding, shingle roof, very nice, a must see! Delivered & set up. $27,900. Call 662-2965923

0955 LEGALS SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE

WHEREAS, on February 4, 2005, George Richard Savage executed a certain deed of trust to First American Title Insurance Company, Trustee for the benefit of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for IndyMac Bank, F.S.B., a federally chartered savings bank, its successors and/or assigns which deed of trust is of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, State of Mississippi in Book 675 at Page 508; and

WHEREAS, said Deed of Trust was subsequently assigned to OneWest Bank, FSB by instrument dated August 23, 2012 and recorded in Instrument No. 201204101 of the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's office; and

WHEREAS, OneWest Bank, FSB has heretofore substituted Shapiro & Massey, LLC as Trustee by instrument dated July 25, 2013 and recorded in the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Office in Instrument No. 201303133; and

WHEREAS, default having been made in the terms and conditions of said deed of trust and the entire debt secured thereby having been declared to be due and payable in accordance with the terms of said deed of trust, OneWest Bank, FSB, the legal holder of said indebtedness, having requested the undersigned Substituted Trustee to execute the trust and sell said land and property in accordance with the terms of said deed of trust and for the purpose of raising the sums due LAND FOR SALE 15.92 thereunder, together with atAcres on Sticine Rd., torney's fees, trustee's fees Guys,TN. Call (662)287- and expense of sale. 1147 NOW, THEREFORE, I, Shapiro & Massey, LLC, SubstiMANUFACTURED 0747 HOMES FOR SALE tuted Trustee in said deed of trust, will on September 10, MANUFACTURING HOUS- 2013 offer for sale at public ING: outcry and sell within legal 1. MUST GO: 2005 28X64 hours (being between the Lge 3BR, 2 full bath, hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 great condition, all ap- p.m.), at the South Main Door pliances, central heat & of the County Courthouse of air, kitchen with plenty Alcorn County, located at of cabinets. Call today Corinth, Mississippi, to the about this home. Won't highest and best bidder for last long. 662-401-1093 cash the following described 2. MUST BE MOVED. 2006 property situated in Alcorn Clayton 16X80 3 bed, County, State of Mississippi, c e n t r a l h e a t & a i r , to-wit: $18,500. Call for more info. 662-401-1093 The following described prop3. 28X48 3+2 Remodeled erty situated in the County of n e w l i n o & c a r p e t , Alcorn, State of Mississippi, home has everything to-wit: you need for smaller double wide, delivery & Commence at the Northeast set up on your prop- corner of the Northeast erty $29,900. Call 662- Quarter of Section 30, Town397-9339 ship 1 South, Range 9 East, 4. 1997 28X48 Double Alcorn County, Mississippi; wide 3 bed 2 bath, very thence run West 882.75 feet; nice home, vinyl siding, thence run South 1550 feet to shingle roof, large kit- the South right of way line of chen with lots of cabin- Kendrick Public Road for the ets (Real Wood), island Point of Beginning; thence run in kitchen, all appli- South 0 degrees 37 minutes ances included, single 48 seconds East 210 feet, to a female only one who Northwest corner of the Mihas lived in home, de- c h a e l T h o m a s p r o p e r t y ; livered & set up for only thence with the North line of $26,900 Call 662-296- the Thomas property South 5923 75 degrees 32 minutes 21 5. Have it your way, we seconds East 99 feet; thence will fix for you or you fix run North 0 degrees 31 it yourself & save lots of minutes 04 seconds West 210 money. 16X80 3 bed- feet, more or less, to the room, 2 bath for low as South right of way line of $5000. 3 to choose from, Kendrick Public Road; thence hurry, won't last long. run West along said South 662-296-5923 right of way line said Public 6. I pay top dollar for Road, 99 feet, more or less, used mobile homes! to the Point of Beginning. This Call 662-296-5923 deed is executed for the pur7. Like new 2009 Cava- pose of correcting the Deed lier 16X80 3 bed 2 bath, given by grantor to grantee large kitchen, lots of herein dated August 23, 2002, cabinets, all appliances and recorded in Deed Book i n c l u d e d , h o m e h a s 321 at Page 85, in the Office vinyl siding, shingle of the Chancery Clerk of Alroof, very nice, a must corn County, Mississippi. The see! Delivered & set up. property conveyed herein be$27,900. Call 662-296- ing the same property as con5923 veyed to Grantor by Leon Bingham and wife, Virgie Copeland Bingham by Deed dated July 9, 1970 and recorded in Deed Book 152 at Page 103 in the aforesaid Land Records.

Source of Title: Book 331, Page 381 (recorded 04/20/04) APN: 010930026.00

I WILL CONVEY only such title as vested in me as Substituted Trustee.

WITNESS MY SIGNATURE on this 14th day of August, 2013. Shapiro & Massey, LLC SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE


The following described property situated in the County of Alcorn, State of Mississippi, to-wit: 0955 LEGALS

Commence at the Northeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 1 South, Range 9 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi; thence run West 882.75 feet; thence run South 1550 feet to the South right of way line of Kendrick Public Road for the Point of Beginning; thence run South 0 degrees 37 minutes 48 seconds East 210 feet, to a Northwest corner of the Michael Thomas property; thence with the North line of the Thomas property South 75 degrees 32 minutes 21 seconds East 99 feet; thence run North 0 degrees 31 minutes 04 seconds West 210 feet, more or less, to the South right of way line of Kendrick Public Road; thence run West along said South right of way line said Public Road, 99 feet, more or less, to the Point of Beginning. This deed is executed for the purpose of correcting the Deed given by grantor to grantee herein dated August 23, 2002, and recorded in Deed Book 321 at Page 85, in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi. The property conveyed herein being the same property as conveyed to Grantor by Leon Bingham and wife, Virgie Copeland Bingham by Deed dated July 9, 1970 and recorded in Deed Book 152 at Page 103 in the aforesaid Land Records.

COURTROOM OF THE ALCORN COUNTY CHANCERY BUILDING AT CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI, AND LEGALS 0955 LEGALS 0955 IN CASE OF YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR AND DEIN THE CHANCERY FEND, A JUDGMENT WILL COURT OF ALCORN BE ENTERED AGAINST COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI YOU FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE PETIALCORN COUNTY DE- TION. PARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, BY AND You are not required T H R O U G H H E R N E X T to file an answer or othFRIEND, M A R G I E er pleading, but you SHELTON, PETITIONERS may do so if you desire. VS. JASON ROSS CIVIL ACTION, FILE NO. 2013-0128-02-H CHANCERY COURT SUMMONS THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI

You are summoned to appear and defend against said Complaint or Petition at 9:00 LEGALS 0955 A.M. o'clock on the 9th day of September, 2013 at the Alcorn Chancery Building located Corinth, Mississippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend a judgment will be entered against you for the money or other things demanded in the complaint or petition.

You are not required to file an answer or other pleadISSUED under my ing but you may do so if you hand and seal of said desire. Court, this 31 day of JuIssued under my hand and ly, 2013. official seal of said Court, this the 31 day of July, 2013. BOBBY MAROLT, CHANCERY CLERK CHANCERY COURT CLREK ALCORN COUNTY, ALCORN COUNTY, MISSISMISSISSIPPI CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI SIPPI 38835-0069 BY: KAREN BURNS, D.C. BY: DEPUTY CLERK Karen Burns, D.C. Deputy Clerk 3 t's 8/6, 8/13, 8/20 3t's #14329 8/6, 8/13, 8/20

TO: Jason Ross, who is not to be found in the State of Mississippi on diligent inquiry and whose post office address is not known to #14327 the Petitioners after diligent inquiry made of IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF ALCORN said Petitioners. COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI You have been made a Respondent in the NO. 2008-0683-02 suit filed in this Court by the Alcorn County BROOKE LACHRISTY Department of Human ALEXANDER LEATHERPLAINTIFF S e r v i c e s b y M a r g i e WOOD Shelton, Social Services Regional Director, and, VS. Mackenzie Nicole Ross, seeking to terminate DERRICK GATHINGS DEyour parental rights as FENDANT those rights relate to said and demanding SUMMONS BY that the full custody, PUBLICATION control and authority to act on behalf of said be placed with the Alcorn County Department of STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF ALCORN Human Services.

TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE

WHEREAS, on or about the 22nd day of January, 2007, Donald O. King, III, LLC executed and delivered a certain Deed of Trust unto Scott R. Hendrix, Trustee, Renasant Bank, beneficiary, to secure an indebtedness therein described which Deed of Trust is recorded as Instrument No. 200700505 of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Lands on Source of Title: Book 331, file in the office of the ChanPage 381 (recorded 04/20/04) cery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and APN: 010930026.00 WHEREAS, on or about the 10th day of April, 2008, I WILL CONVEY only such Donald O. King, III, LLC extitle as vested in me as Substiecuted and delivered a certuted Trustee. tain Deed of Trust unto Scott R. Hendrix, Trustee, RenasWITNESS MY SIGNATURE ant Bank, beneficiary, to seYOU ARE SUMMONED TO: DERRICK GATHINGS on this 14th day of August, T O A P P E AR AND DEwhose address is un- cure an indebtedness therein 2013. described which Deed of FEND AGAINST THE PETI- known Trust is recorded as InstruTION FILED AGAINST YOU Shapiro & Massey, LLC ment No. 200802389 of the IN THIS ACTION AT 9 SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE NOTICE Records of Mortgages and O'CLOCK ON THE 30TH Deeds of Trust on Lands on DAY OF SEPTEMBER, Shapiro & Massey, LLC file in the office of the Chan2013, IN THE 1910 Lakeland Drive You have been made a cery Clerk of Alcorn County, COURTROOM OF THE ALSuite B CORN COUNTY CHAN- party in the suit filed in this Mississippi, which Deed of Jackson, MS 39216 CERY BUILDING AT COR- Court by Brooke LaChristy Trust is taken as a renewal (601)981-9299 INTH, MISSISSIPPI, AND A l e x a n d e r L e a t h e r w o o d and extension of and not in IN CASE OF YOUR FAIL- seeking child custody in the cancellation of a previous 3886 County Road URE TO APPEAR AND DE- Chancery Court of Alcorn Deed of Trust dated January Corinth, MS 38834 22, 2007 recorded as InstruFEND, A JUDGMENT WILL County, Mississippi. 13-007535JC ment No. 200700505 in the BE ENTERED AGAINST You are summoned to ap- office of the Chancery Clerk YOU FOR THE RELIEF DEPublication Dates: MANDED IN THE PETI- pear and defend against said of Alcorn County, Mississippi; August 20, 27, and Complaint or Petition at 9:00 and TION. September 3, 2013 o'clock A.M. on the 9th day of WHEREAS, on or about 14353 You are not required September, 2013 at the Al- the 1st day of December, SERVICES to file an answer or oth- corn Chancery Building loc- 2011, Donald O. King, III, LLC er pleading, but you ated Corinth, Mississippi, and executed and delivered a cermay do so if you desire. in case of your failure to ap- tain Deed of Trust unto Scott pear and defend a judgment R. Hendrix, Trustee, RenasISSUED under my will be entered against you ant Bank, beneficiary, to sehand and seal of said for the money or other things cure an indebtedness therein Court, this 31 day of Ju- demanded in the complaint or described which Deed of Trust is recorded as Instrupetition. ly, 2013. ment No. 201105684 of the You are not required to Records of Mortgages and BOBBY MAROLT, file an answer or other plead- Deeds of Trust on Lands on CHANCERY CLERK ing but you may do so if you file in the office of the ChanALCORN COUNTY, cery Clerk of Alcorn County, desire. MISSISSIPPI Mississippi, which Deed of CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI Issued under my hand and Trust is taken as a renewal 38835-0069 official seal of said Court, this and extension of and not in BY: cancellation of previous the 31 day of July, 2013. Karen Burns, D.C. Deeds of Trust dated January Deputy Clerk CHANCERY COURT CLREK 22, 2007 recorded as InstruALCORN COUNTY, MISSIS- ment No. 200700505 and 3t's April 10, 2008 recorded as InSIPPI 8/6, 8/13, 8/20 strument No. 200802389, in the office of the Chancery BY: KAREN BURNS, D.C. #14327 Clerk of Alcorn County, MisDEPUTY CLERK sissippi; and WHEREAS, on or about 3 t's the 30th day of January, 2012, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20 Donald O. King, III, LLC ex#14329 ecuted and delivered a certain Deed of Trust unto Scott R. Hendrix, Trustee, Renasant Bank, beneficiary, to secure an indebtedness therein described which Deed of Trust is recorded Simple tune-up gives as youInstruNo. lower 201200761 of the morement comfort, energy Records oflife Mortgages cost, prolonged of unit & and Deeds of costly Trust on Lands on reduce risk of repairs. file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Programs Mississippi, which Deed of Truststarting is taken as a renewal at $75.00 of and not in and extension Loans $20-$20,000 cancellation of previous Neck Pain • Back Pain Deeds of Trust dated January Services offered: Disc Problems 22, 2007 recorded as Instru•Maintenance Programs Spinal Decompression Therapy ment No. 200700505, April •HVAC10, Systems 2008 recorded as InstruMost Insurance Accepted No. &200802389 •HVACment Tune-ups Inspectionsand December 1, 2011 recorded We Service All Makes & Models Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5 as Instrument No. 15% Senior Citizenin& the Vet Disc. 201105684, office of 3334 N. Polk Street Mention this ad & save 10% the Chancery Clerk of AlCorinth, MS 38834 (662) 212-4735 corn County, Mississippi; and 40 Years Bill Crawford WHEREAS, default has been (662) 286-9950 made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said Deeds of Trust, which default continues, and Renasant Bank, the legal holder of the 3508 Thornwood Trail notes secured by said Deeds of Trust, having requested the undersigned to sell the property described hereinafter for the purpose of satisfying the indebtedness and costs of sale. demolition & Removal Structure NOW, THEREFORE, notice Crushed Lime Stone (any size) is hereby given that I, the unIuka Road Gravelwill on the dersigned Trustee, gravel 11thWashed day of September, 2013 gravel at the Pea South front door of the 3 BR, 2.5 BATHS. Backyard overlooks Alcorn Fill County sandCourthouse in Shiloh Ridge Golf Course. Corinth Area Corinth, Mississippi within Masonry sand legal hours, offer for sale, at Black Magic mulch public the highest Naturaloutcry, brownto mulch bidder for cash, the following Top soil described property in Alcorn County, Mississippi, to-wit: “Let us help with your project” Call Robert Williams [TRACT I] Development “Large orless Small” 662-286-2255 for more 662-286-9158 property Citizen’s Bank info or view virtual tour at Bill tract Jr., 284-6061

ment No. 200700505 in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and LEGALSon or about 0955 WHEREAS, the 1st day of December, 2011, Donald O. King, III, LLC executed and delivered a certain Deed of Trust unto Scott R. Hendrix, Trustee, Renasant Bank, beneficiary, to secure an indebtedness therein described which Deed of Trust is recorded as Instrument No. 201105684 of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Lands on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, which Deed of Trust is taken as a renewal and extension of and not in cancellation of previous Deeds of Trust dated January 22, 2007 recorded as Instrument No. 200700505 and April 10, 2008 recorded as Instrument No. 200802389, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and WHEREAS, on or about the 30th day of January, 2012, Donald O. King, III, LLC executed and delivered a certain Deed of Trust unto Scott R. Hendrix, Trustee, Renasant Bank, beneficiary, to secure an indebtedness therein described which Deed of Trust is recorded as Instrument No. 201200761 of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on Lands on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, which Deed of Trust is taken as a renewal and extension of and not in cancellation of previous Deeds of Trust dated January 22, 2007 recorded as Instrument No. 200700505, April 10, 2008 recorded as Instrument No. 200802389 and December 1, 2011 recorded as Instrument No. 201105684, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and WHEREAS, default has been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said Deeds of Trust, which default continues, and Renasant Bank, the legal holder of the notes secured by said Deeds of Trust, having requested the undersigned to sell the property described hereinafter for the purpose of satisfying the indebtedness and costs of sale. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Trustee, will on the 11th day of September, 2013 at the South front door of the Alcorn County Courthouse in Corinth, Mississippi within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property in Alcorn County, Mississippi, to-wit: [TRACT I] Development property less Citizen’s Bank tract

is hereby given that I, the un- 315.000 feet to an iron pin Alcorn County, Mississippi, • Tuesday, •15of dersigned Trustee, willDaily on theCorinthian set; thence run South 89 de- August said point20, being2013 in the right 11th day of September, 2013 grees 20 minutes 16 seconds way of Proper Street (a Pubat the South front door of the East 150.000 feet to the West lic street); thence run South LEGALSCourthouse in right 0955 County 0955ofLEGALS 0955 Alcorn way line of South 30 feet LEGALS to an iron pin on the Corinth, Mississippi within Harper Public Road; thence South right of way line of legal hours, offer for sale, at run along the West right of Proper Street; thence run public outcry, to the highest way line of South Harper South 89 degrees 57 minutes bidder for cash, the following Road the following; South 0 30 seconds East along the described property in Alcorn d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 South right of way line of County, Mississippi, to-wit: seconds West 583.150 feet to Proper Street 280.000 feet to [TRACT I] Development an iron pin set; North 89 de- an iron pin; thence leaving the property less Citizen’s Bank grees 20 minutes 16 seconds South right of way line of tract West 50.000 feet to an iron Proper Street, run South 0 pin set; South 0 degrees 39 d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 Lying and being in the North- minutes 44 seconds West seconds West 315.000 feet to east Quarter of Section 7, 305.777 feet to an iron pin an iron pin at the Southwest Township 2 South, Range 8 set on the North right of way corner of the Roys One Stop East, City of Corinth, County line of the Southern Railroad Property, referenced by deed of Alcorn, State of Mississippi, Company; thence leaving recorded in Deed book 235 more particularly described as South Harper Road, run apt [sic] page 138 in the follows: North 72 degrees 04 minutes Chancery Clerk’s Office of Al00 seconds West along the corn County, MS., thence run Commence at the Northw- North right of way line of the South 89 degrees 20 minutes est corner of the Northeast Southern Railroad Company 16 seconds East, along the Quarter of Section 7, Town- 384.773 feet to a 2 inch iron South boundary line of said ship 2 South, Range 8 East, pipe found at a fence corner; Roys One Stop Property a Alcorn County, Mississippi, thence leaving said Railroad distance of 150.000 feet to said point being in the right of right of way line, run North the West right of way line of way of Proper Street (a pub- partially along an old wire South Harper Public Road; lic street); thence run South fence line 1086.731 feet to thence run South 0 degrees 30 feet to an iron pin set on the point of beginning, con- 39 minutes 44 seconds West the South right of way line of taining 9.767 acres, more or along the West right of way line of South Harper Road Proper Street for the point of less. 234.000 feet to an iron pin beginning; thence run South 89 degrees 57 minutes 30 LESS AND EXCEPT the fol- set on the North right of way seconds East along the South lowing described parcel of line of a proposed public road; thence leaving South right of way line of Proper land: Harper Road, run North 89 Street 280.000 feet to an iron pin set; thence leaving the Commence at the Northw- d e g r e e s 2 0 m i n u t e s 1 6 right of way line of Proper est corner of the Northeast seconds West along the Street, run South 0 degree 39 Quarter of Section 7, Town- North right of way line of said minutes 44 seconds West ship 2 South, Range 8 East, proposed public road, a dis315.000 feet to an iron pin Alcorn County, Mississippi, tance of 175.000 feet to an set; thence run South 89 de- said point being in the right of iron pin set; thence run along grees 20 minutes 16 seconds way of Proper Street (a Pub- the East right of way line of East 150.000 feet to the West lic street); thence run South said proposed public road the right of way line of South 30 feet to an iron pin on the following; North 0 degrees 39 Harper Public Road; thence South right of way line of minutes 44 seconds East run along the West right of Proper Street; thence run 105.467 feet to a curve; run way line of South Harper South 89 degrees 57 minutes Northeasterly along a curve COMPUTER 0515the Road following; South 0 30 seconds East along the to the right, having a radius of d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 South right of way line of 153.614 feet, delta angle of 18 seconds West 583.150 feet to Proper Street 280.000 feet to d e g r e e s 1 5 m i n u t e s 5 7 an iron pin set; North 89 de- an iron pin; thence leaving the seconds and length of 48.972 grees 20 minutes 16 seconds South right of way line of feet to the end of said curve West 50.000 feet to an iron Proper Street, run South 0 and to the beginning of anothpin set; South 0 degrees 39 d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 er curve; run Northwesterly minutes 44 seconds West seconds West 315.000 feet to along said curve to the left, 305.777 feet to an iron pin an iron pin at the Southwest having a radius of 203.614 set on the North right of way corner of the Roys One Stop feet, delta angle of 18 deline of the Southern Railroad Property, referenced by deed grees 15 minutes 57 seconds Company; thence leaving recorded in Deed book 235 and length of 64.912 feet to South Harper Road, run apt [sic] page 138 in the the end of curve; Continue North 72 degrees 04 minutes Chancery Clerk’s Office of Al- North 0 degrees 39 minutes 00 seconds West along the corn County, MS., thence run 44 seconds East 16.570 feet; North right of way line of the South 89 degrees 20 minutes thence run South 89 degrees Southern Railroad Company 16 seconds East, along the 20 minutes 16 seconds East 384.773 feet to a 2 inch iron South boundary line of said 7.000 feet to the point of bepipe found at a fence corner; Roys One Stop Property a ginning, containing 0.909 thence leaving said Railroad distance of 150.000 feet to acres, more or less. right of way line, run North the West right of way line of partially along an old wire South Harper Public Road; [TRACT II] Pratt Clinic fence line 1086.731 feet to thence run South 0 degrees the point of beginning, con- 39 minutes 44 seconds West A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the taining 9.767 acres, more or along the West right of way Northeast Quarter of Secless. line of South Harper Road tion 7, Township 2 South, 234.000 feet to an iron pin Range 8 East, Alcorn County, LESS AND EXCEPT the fol- set on the North right of way Mississippi and being further lowing described parcel of line of a proposed public described as follows: land: road; thence leaving South Commence at the NorthwHarper Road, run North 89 est corner of the Northeast Commence at the Northw- d e g r e e s 2 0 m i n u t e s 1 6 Quarter of Section 7, Townest corner of the Northeast seconds West along the ship 2 South, Range 8 East, Quarter of Section 7, Town- North right of way line of said Alcorn County, Mississippi, ship 2 South, Range 8 East, proposed public road, a dis- said point being in the right of Alcorn County, Mississippi, tance of 175.000 feet to an way of Proper Street (a Pubsaid point being in the right of iron pin set; thence run along lic street); thence run South way of Proper Street (a Pub- the East right of way line of 30 feet to an iron pin on the Lying and being in the North- lic street); thence run South said proposed public road the South right of way line of east Quarter of Section 7, 30 feet to an iron pin on the following; North 0 degrees 39 Proper Street; thence run Township 2 South, Range 8 South right of way line of minutes 44 seconds East South 89 degrees 57 minutes East, City of Corinth, County Proper Street; thence run 105.467 feet to a curve; run 30 seconds East along the of Alcorn, State of Mississippi, South 89 degrees 57 minutes Northeasterly along a curve South right of way line of more particularly described as 30 seconds East along the to the right, having a radius of Proper Street 222.997 feet to follows: South right of way line of 153.614 feet, delta angle of 18 a point, said point being on Proper Street 280.000 feet to d e g r e e s 1 5 m i n u t e s 5 7 the West right of way line of Commence at the Northw- an iron pin; thence leaving the seconds and length of 48.972 a proposed 50 feet wide road; est corner of the Northeast South right of way line of feet to the end of said curve thence leaving the South right Quarter of Section 7, Town- Proper Street, run South 0 and to the beginning of anoth- of way line of Proper Street, ship 2 South, Range 8 East, d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 er curve; run Northwesterly run South 00 degree 39 Alcorn County, Mississippi, seconds West 315.000 feet to along said curve to the left, minutes 44 seconds West said point being in the right of an iron pin at the Southwest having a radius of 203.614 along the West right of way way of Proper Street (a pub- corner of the Roys One Stop feet, delta angle of 18 de- line of said proposed road lic street); thence run South Property, referenced by deed grees 15 minutes 57 seconds 136.990 feet to an iron pin 30 feet to an iron pin set on recorded in Deed book 235 and length of 64.912 feet to for the point of beginning; the South right of way line of apt [sic] page 138 in the the end of curve; Continue thence continue along the Proper Street for the point of Chancery Clerk’s Office of Al- North 0 degrees 39 minutes West right of way line of said beginning; thence run South corn County, MS., thence run 44 seconds East 16.570 feet; proposed road South 00 de89 degrees 57 minutes 30 South 89 degrees 20 minutes thence run South 89 degrees gree 39 minutes 44 seconds seconds East along the South 16 seconds East, along the 20 minutes 16 seconds East West 177.380 feet to an iron right of way line of Proper South boundary line of said 7.000 feet to the point of be- pin; thence leaving the West Street 280.000 feet to an iron Roys One Stop Property a ginning, containing 0.909 right of way line of said propin set; thence leaving the distance of 150.000 feet to acres, more or less. posed road, run North 89 deright of way line of Proper the West right of way line of grees 20 minutes 16 BID seconds SELDOM YOUR LOWEST YOUR219.378 HIGHEST Street, run South 0 degree 39 South Harper Public Road; [TRACT II] Pratt ClinicALWAYS West feetQUALITY to an iron minutes 44 seconds West thence run South 0 degrees pin; thence run North 315.000 feet to an iron pin 39 minutes 44 seconds West A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the 174.833 feet to an iron pin; set; thence run South 89 de- along the West right of way Northeast Quarter of Sec- thence run East 221.416 feet grees 20 minutes 16 seconds line of South Harper Road tion 7, Township 2 South, to the point of beginning, conEast 150.000 feet to the West 234.000 feet to an iron pin Range 8 East, Alcorn County, taining 0.891 acres, more or WE DO IT ALL • SAME PHONE right of way line of South set on the North right of way Mississippi and being further less. # & ADDRESS SINCE 1975 NOpublic JOB TOO SMALLas follows: • LIFETIME WARRANTIED OWENS CORNING Harper Public Road; thence line of a proposed described SHINGLESThe W/TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY run along the West right of road; thence leaving South Commence at the Northwfollowing tracts each beSECONDS) way line of South Harper Harper Road, run North est corner of the Northeast ing(NO less and excepted from • Light89Construction METAL, TORCHDOWN, EPDM, TILE, Road the following; South 0 d e g r e e s 2 0 m i n u t e s 1 6 Quarter of Section 7,•TownTracts I and II SLATE, described SHAKES, COATINGS. Washing Homes,Range 8 East, above: d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 seconds West• Pressure along the ship 2- South, • LEAK SPECIALIST seconds West 583.150 feet to North right of way line of said Alcorn County, Sidewalks, Driveways, Patios Mississippi, INSTALL an iron pin set; North 89 de- proposed public road, a dis- said point being in the right WE of LESS ANDSKYLIGHTS EXCEPT: grees 20 minutes 16 seconds tance of 175.000• Interior/Exterior feet to an way ofPainting Proper Street (a PubPartial Release recorded & DOSee CARPENTRY WORK West 50.000 feet to an iron iron pin set; thence run along lic street); thence run South a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . • Debris Removal pin set; South 0 degrees 39 the East right of way line of 30 feet to an iron pin on the 2 0 0 8 0 6 1 0 8 . minutes 44 seconds West said proposed public road the South right of way line of FREE ESTIMATE 305.777 feet to an iron pin following; North 0 degrees 39 Proper Street; thence run Situated in the City of CorJIMCounty BERRY, set on the North right of way minutes 44 seconds East South 89 degrees 57 minutes inth, of Alcorn, State line of the Southern Railroad 105.467 feet to a curve; run 30 seconds East along OWNER/INSTALLER the of Mississippi, to-wit: Company; thence leaving Northeasterly along a curve South right of way line of South Harper Road, run to the right, having a radius of Proper Street 222.997 feet to Commence at the NorthwNorth 72 degrees 04 minutes 153.614 feet, delta angle of 18 a point, said point being on est corner of the Northeast 00 seconds West along the d e g r e e s 1 5 m i n u t e s 5 7 the West right of way line of Quarter of Section 7, TownNorth right of way line of the seconds and length of 48.972 a proposed 50 feet wide road; ship 2 South, Range 8 East, Southern Railroad Company feet to the end of said curve thence leaving the South right Alcorn County, Mississippi, Pinecrest Road 384.773 412 feet to a 2 inch iron and to the beginning of anoth- of way line of Proper Street, said point being in the right of pipe found at a fence er curve; run Northwesterly run South 00 degree 39 way of Proper Street (a pub287-2221 • corner; 287-4419 thence leaving said Railroad along said curve to the left, minutes 44 seconds West lic street); thence run South right of way line, run North having a radius of 203.614 along the West right of way 30.000 feet to the South right partially along an old wire feet, delta angle of 18 de- line of said proposed road of way line of Proper Street; fence line 1086.731 feet to grees 15 minutes 57 seconds 136.990 feet to an iron pin thence run South 483.976 $ and length 95 of 64.912 feet to for the point of beginning; feet to the point of beginning; theAir point of beginning, conCompressors .Starting at taining acres, of more or the end of curve; Continue thence continue along the t h e n c e c o n t i n u e S o u t h Huge9.767 Selection $ North 950 degrees 39 minutes West right of way line of said 159.000 feet; thence run less. Area Rugs ...................Starting at 44 seconds East 16.570 feet; proposed road South 00 de- South 89 degrees 20 minutes Free Estimates Croft Windows ...................................................... LESS AND EXCEPT the fol- thence run South 89 degrees gree 39 minutes 44 seconds 16 seconds East 197.590 feet lowing described parcel of $ 20 minutes 16 seconds East West 177.380 feet to an iron to a point on the West right 95 Foil Back Foamboard 1/2”... 7.000 feet to theTop Soil,of FillbeDirt, Sand land: point pin; Hauled, thenceLand leaving the West of way of Pratt Drive (public); $ 95 containing ginning, right of Hog wayWork line of said pro- thence run North 00 degrees Clearing, 0.909 Pond Repair, Bush Foil Back Foamboard 3/4”... CorinthAdventistSchool.com Commence at the Northw- acres, more or less. posed road, run North 89 de- 39 minutes 36 seconds East $ 95 estFoil corner of the Northeast grees 20 minutes 16 seconds 158.990 feet along (662) 415-9160 cell said right Michael Yancey Back Foamboard 1” ..... Michael Yancey Quarter of Section 7, Town- [TRACT II] Pratt Clinic West 219.378 feet to an iron of way; thence leaving the Fully Accredited $ 95 662-665-1079 662-665-1079 ship South,....................................... Range 8 East, p i n ; t h e n c e r u n N o r t h West right of way of said 5/82 T1-11 Just Pratt Off Highway East 89 deAlcorn County, Mississippi, A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the 174.833 feet to an iron pin; Drive run72 North 1x6 & 1x8 said point beingWhite in thePine right of Northeast Quarter of Sec16 CRthence 543 run East 221.416 feet grees 20 minutes 16 seconds way of Proper Street (a Pub7, Township 2 South, to 38865 the point of beginning, con- West 199.406 feet to the $ tion 00 Rienze MS lic Pattern street); Board thence....................... run South 1,000 Range 8 East, Alcorn County, taining 0.891 acres, more or point of beginning, containing Board Ft. 30 feet to an iron pin on the 0.724 acres, more or less. $ Mississippi 95 and being further less. South right of way lineatof described as follows: 4x8 Masonite .......... starting Proper Street; thence run $ Commence at the Northw- The following tracts each be- SUBJECT TO that certain 00 Vinyl sq. yd. South 89 Floor degreesRemnants 57 minutes..... est corner of the Northeast ing less and excepted from property described in a Deed 95 of Section 7, Town- Tracts I and II described of Dedication from Donald 30 seconds East along the $ Quarter CROSSTIES ...................................... South right of way line of ship 2 South, Range 8 East, above: O. King, III, LLC to the City $ 95 County, Mississippi, Proper Street 280.000 feet...to Alcorn of Corinth, Mississippi, recor25 Year 3 Tab Shingle an iron pin; thence leaving the said point being in the right of LESS AND EXCEPT: ded in the land records of Al35 Year Architectural South right of way line of $ way of 95Proper Street (a Pub- See Partial Release recorded corn County, Mississippi, in ............................................. Shingle Proper Street, run South 0 lic street); thence run South a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . the Chancery Clerk’s Office 09to an iron pin on the 2 0 0 8 0 6 1 0 8 . d eLaminate g r e e 3Floor 9 mFrom i n u...t e s 4 4¢-$ 30 feet thereof as Instrument No. seconds West 315.000 feet to South00right of way line of 200803894. $ 00-$ Licensed & Bonded forpin Laminate ... an Pad iron at theFloor Southwest Proper Street; thence run Situated in the City of Corcorner of the Roys One Stop $ South95 89 degrees 57 minutes inth, County of Alcorn, State ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: Handicap Commodes ....... Property, referenced by deed 30 seconds East along the of Mississippi, to-wit: See Partial Release recorded $ 95 recorded in Deed book 235 as Instrument No. Round Commodes ........... South right of way line of apt [sic] page 138 in the Proper Street 222.997 feet to Commence at the Northw- 2 0 0 9 0 2 1 1 1 . $ 95 Chancery Clerk’ s Office of Al- a point, 12 x 12 Celotex Ceiling (40Sq Ft) ....... box said point being on est corner of the Northeast corn County, MS., thence run $ the West 00 right of way line of Quarter of Section 7, Town- A 0.565 acre tract, lying in the Tubs89 & Showers at South degrees .... 20starting minutes a proposed 50 feet wide road; ship 2 South, Range 8 East, Northeast Quarter (1/4) of 16 seconds East, along the thence leaving the South right Alcorn County, Mississippi, Section 7, Township 2 South, South boundary line of said of way line of Proper Street, said point being in the right of Range 8 East, Alcorn County, Roys One Stop Property a run South 00 degree 39 way of Proper Street (a pub- Mississippi and being further distance of 150.000 feet to minutes 44 seconds West lic street); thence run South described as follows: JASON R the West right of way line of along the West right of way 30.000 feet to the South right ROACH-OWNER B CR 400 South Harper Public Road; line of said proposed road of way line of Proper Street;1159 Commence at the Northwthence run South 0 degrees 136.990 feet to an iron pin thence run South 483.976 est corner of the Northeast Corinth, MS 38834

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tance of 175.000 feet to an 174.833 feet to an iron pin; Township 2 South, Range 8 pin for the point of beginning; Beginning. Containing 0.54 to the end of said cul-de-sac South right of way line 57.003 and the beginning of a curve; feet to the point of beginning run East feet East, Alcorn County, Missis- thence continue along the Acres, more or less. 16 pin • Tuesday, August 20, 2013 • 221.416 Daily Corinthian iron set; thence run along thence Northeasterly along said of the herein described right the East right of way line of to the point of beginning, con- sippi, said point being in the West right-of-way line of curve having a cord bearding of way. said proposed public road the taining 0.891 acres, more or right of way of Proper Street Pratt Drive South 00 degrees ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS 0955 0955 0955 0955 0955 0955 North 57 degrees 58 0955 LEGALS following; North 0 degrees 39 less. (a public street); thence run 39 minutes 44 seconds West See Deed of Dedication re- of minutes 44 seconds East South 30 feet to an iron pin 177.380 feet to an iron pin; corded as Instrument No. minutes 03 seconds East and Such title will be conveyed as a cord length of 156.443 feet, is vested in me as Trustee 105.467 feet to a curve; run The following tracts each be- on the South right of way line thence leaving the West 200803894. a radius of 133.810 feet a aforesaid without warranty of Northeasterly along a curve ing less and excepted from of Proper Street; thence con- right-of-way line of Pratt to the right, having a radius of Tracts I and II described tinue South 642.976 feet to Drive, run North 89 degrees Commence at the Northw- delta angle of 72 degrees 04 any kind. an iron pin set for the point 20 minutes 16 seconds West est corner of the Northeast minutes 00 second and a This, the 14th day of August, 153.614 feet, delta angle of 18 above: of beginning; thence continue 219.378 feet to an iron pin; Quarter of Section 7, Town- length of 168.306 feet to the 2013. degrees 15 minutes 57 South 125.000 feet to an iron thence run North 174.833 ship 2 South, Range 8 East, end of said curve; Thence seconds and length of 48.972 LESS AND EXCEPT: feet to the end of said curve See Partial Release recorded pin set; thence run South 89 feet to an iron pin; thence run Alcorn County, Mississippi, continue along said proposed /s/ Scott R. Hendrix and to the beginning of anoth- a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . d e g r e e s 2 1 m i n u t e s 0 1 East 221.416 feet to the point said point being in the right of right of way the following; Scott R. Hendrix, second East 196.162 feet to of beginning, containing 0.891 way of Proper Street (a Pub- North 17 degrees 56 minutes Trustee er curve; run Northwesterly 2 0 0 8 0 6 1 0 8 . an iron pin set on the West acres, more or less. lic Street); Thence run South 00 seconds East 71.040 feet along said curve to the left, 30.000 feet to the South right to a curve; Northeasterly 4 t's having a radius of 203.614 Situated in the City of Cor- right of way line of a proof way line of Proper Street; along a curve to the left hav- PUBLISH: August 20, 27, feet, delta angle of 18 de- inth, County of Alcorn, State posed Public Road; thence ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: run North 00 degrees 39 See Partial Release recorded Thence run South 89 degrees ing a radius of 140.000 feet, a September 3, 10, 2013. grees 15 minutes 57 seconds of Mississippi, to-wit: minutes 36 seconds East a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . 57 minutes 30 seconds East delta angle of 17 degrees 16 #14351 and length of 64.912 feet to along the South right of way minutes 24 seconds and a the end of curve; Continue Commence at the Northw- along the West right of way 2 0 1 2 0 4 0 6 4 . IN THE CHANCERY line of Proper Street 222.997 length of 42.203 feet to the North 0 degrees 39 minutes est corner of the Northeast line of said proposed Public 44 seconds East 16.570 feet; Quarter of Section 7, Town- Road 124.949 feet to an iron Situated in the Northeast feet to a point on the West end of said curve; North 00 COURT OF ALCORN thence run South 89 degrees ship 2 South, Range 8 East, pin set; thence leaving the Quarter of Section 7, Town- right of way line of a pro- d e g r e e 3 9 m i n u t e s 3 6 COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI 20 minutes 16 seconds East Alcorn County, Mississippi, West right of way line of said ship 2 South, Range 8 East, posed public street (Pratt seconds 171.218 feet to a 7.000 feet to the point of be- said point being in the right of proposed Public Road, run Alcorn County, Mississippi, Drive) said point being the point on the South right of RE: ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE OF point of beginning of herein way line of another proposed ginning, containing 0.909 way of Proper Street (a pub- North 89 degrees 20 minutes to-wit: FRANKIE lic street); thence run South 16 seconds West 197.590 d e s c r i b e d r i g h t o f w a y ; Public Street (King Drive); acres, more or less. PRATHER HURSEY, 30.000 feet to the South right feet to the point of beginning, Commencing at the Northw- Thence leaving the South Thence run along said South DECEASED of way line of Proper Street; containing 0.565 acres, more est Corner of the Northeast right of way of Proper Street right of way line South 89 de[TRACT II] Pratt Clinic thence run South 483.976 or less. Quarter of Section 7, Town- run along the proposed right grees 20 minutes 16 seconds ship 2 South, Range 8 East; of way of Pratt Drive the fol- East 175.000 feet to a point NO. 06-0718-02 A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the feet to the point of beginning; thence run South 30.00 feet lowing: South 00 degree 39 on the West right of way line Northeast Quarter of Sec- t h e n c e c o n t i n u e S o u t h ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: SUMMONS tion 7, Township 2 South, 159.000 feet; thence run See Partial Release recorded to the South right-of-way of minutes 44 seconds West o f S o u t h H a r p e r R o a d ; Range 8 East, Alcorn County, South 89 degrees 20 minutes a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . Proper Street; thence contin- 330.952 feet to a curve; Thence run along said West ue South, mostly along an old Southwesterly along a curve right of way line North 00 de- THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Mississippi and being further 16 seconds East 197.590 feet 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 5 6 . to a point on the West right fence, 767.98 feet to a 1/2 to the right having a radius of grees 39 minutes 44 seconds described as follows: Commence at the Northw- of way of Pratt Drive (public); Situated in the County of Al- inch steel pipe, and Point of 153.614 feet, a delta angle of East 50.000 feet to a point on T O : A L L U N K N O W N est corner of the Northeast thence run North 00 degrees corn, State of Mississippi, to- Beginning; thence run South 18 degrees 15 minutes 57 the North right of way line of H E I R S - A T - L A W O F 89 degrees 21 minutes 01 seconds and a length of Proposed King Drive; Thence FRANKIE PRATHER HURQuarter of Section 7, Town- 39 minutes 36 seconds East wit: seconds East 196.16 feet to a 48.972 feet to the end of said run along said North right of SEY, DECEASED ship 2 South, Range 8 East, 158.990 feet along said right Alcorn County, Mississippi, of way; thence leaving the A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the 1/2 inch steel pipe on the curve and the beginning of an- way North 89 degrees 20 You have been made a desaid point being in the right of West right of way of said Northeast Quarter of Sec- West right-of-way of Pratt other curve; Southwesterly minutes 16 seconds West way of Proper Street (a Pub- Pratt Drive run North 89 de- tion 7, Township 2 South, Drive, being in a curve with along a curve to the left hav- 175.000 feet to a point on the fendant in the complaint filed lic street); thence run South grees 20 minutes 16 seconds Range 8 East, Alcorn County, the following characteristics, ing a radius of 203.614 feet, a East right of way line of Pro- in this court by Russell E. De30 feet to an iron pin on the West 199.406 feet to the Mississippi and being further Radius = 90.00 feet, Chord delta angle of 18 degrees 15 posed Pratt Drive; Then run Pew, as administrator of the Distance = 21.13 feet; thence minutes 57 seconds and a along said East right of way estate of Frankie Prather South right of way line of point of beginning, containing described as follows: run along said right-of-way length of 64.912 feet to the line the following; North 00 Hursey, and Delmer Prather Proper Street; thence run 0.724 acres, more or less. Commence at the Northw- and curve, to the right, South end of said curve; South 00 d e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 and Claude O. Prather, bot South 89 degrees 57 minutes 30 seconds East along the SUBJECT TO that certain est corner of the Northeast 11 degrees 55 minutes 49 d e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 3 6 seconds East 105.467 feet to individually, and you must South right of way line of property described in a Deed Quarter of Section 7, Town- seconds West for an Arch seconds West 327.382 feet to a curve; Northeasterly along a take immediate action to proProper Street 222.997 feet to of Dedication from Donald ship 2 South, Range 8 East, distance of 21.17 feet; thence a curve; Southwesterly along curve to the right having a ra- tect your rights. Respondents other than a point, said point being on O. King, III, LLC to the City Alcorn County, Mississippi, continue along aforemen- a curve to the right having a dius of 153.614 feet, a delta the West right of way line of of Corinth, Mississippi, recor- said point being in the right- tioned right-of-way South 17 radius of 90 feet a delta angle a n g l e o f 1 8 d e g r e e s 1 5 you in this action are: None You are summoned to apa proposed 50 feet wide road; ded in the land records of Al- of-way of Proper Street (a d e g r e e s 5 6 m i n u t e s 0 0 of 17 degrees 16 minutes 24 minutes 57 seconds and a thence leaving the South right corn County, Mississippi, in public street); thence run seconds West 71.04 feet to seconds and a length of length of 48.972 feet to the pear and defend against said of way line of Proper Street, the Chancery Clerk’s Office South 30 feet to an iron pin the beginning of a curve with 27.133 feet to the end of said end of said curve and the be- Complaint to establish and run South 00 degree 39 thereof as Instrument No. on the South right-of-way line the following characteristics, curve; South 17 degrees 56 ginning of another curve; determine heirs-at-law of of Proper Street; thence run Radius = 83.81 feet, Chord minutes 00 seconds 71.040 Northeasterly along a curve Frankie Prather Husey at 9:00 minutes 44 seconds West 200803894. South 89 degrees 57 minutes Distance = 98.60 feet; thence feet to a curve; Southwest- to left having a radius of o'clock a.m. on the 26th day along the West right of way 30 seconds East along the run along said right-of-way erly along a curve to the right 203.614 feet, a delta angle of of September, 2013, at the line of said proposed road ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: 136.990 feet to an iron pin See Partial Release recorded South right-of-way line of and curve, to the right, South having a radius of 83.810 feet, 18 degrees 15 minutes 57 Alcorn County Chancery for the point of beginning; a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . Proper Street 222.997 feet to 53 degrees 58 minutes 00 a delta angle of 72 degrees 04 seconds and a length of Building, Corinth, Mississippi, a point, said point being on seconds West for an Arch minutes 00 second and a 64.912 feet to the end of said and in case of your failure to thence continue along the 2 0 0 9 0 2 1 1 1 . the West right-of-way line of distance of 105.42 feet to the length of 105.416 feet to the curve; north 00 degrees 39 appear and defend a judgWest right of way line of said proposed road South 00 de- A 0.565 acre tract, lying in the a 50 feet wide road some- beginning of a cul-de-sac with end of said curve and the be- minutes 44 seconds East ment will be entered against gree 39 minutes 44 seconds Northeast Quarter (1/4) of times referred to as Pratt a Radius of 50.00 feet and a ginning of a cul-de-sac with a 16.570 feet; South 89 de- you for the things demanded West 177.380 feet to an iron Section 7, Township 2 South, Drive; thence leaving the Chord distance of 90.49 feet; radius of 50 feet, said point grees 20 minutes 16 seconds in said Complaint. You are not required to pin; thence leaving the West Range 8 East, Alcorn County, South right-of-way line of thence run along said cul-de- bearing North 57 degrees 43 East 7.000 feet; North 00 deright of way line of said pro- Mississippi and being further Proper Street, run South 00 sac, to the left, South 85 de- minutes 31 seconds East grees 39 minutes 44 seconds file an answer or other pleadd e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 grees 11 minutes 40 seconds 50.000 feet from the radius East 315.000 feet to a point ing, but you may do so if you posed road, run North 89 de- described as follows: seconds West along the West West for an Arch distance of point of said cul-de-sac; on the South right of way line desire. grees 20 minutes 16 seconds ISSUED under my hand West 219.378 feet to an iron Commence at the Northw- right-of-way line of Pratt 113.11 feet to a 1/2 inch steel Thence counterclockwise of Proper Street; Thence run p i n ; t h e n c e r u n N o r t h est corner of the Northeast Drive 136.990 feet to an iron pipe set; thence run North along said radius 261.728 feet North 89 degrees 57 minutes and seal of said Court this the 174.833 feet to an iron pin; Quarter (1/4) of Section 7, pin for the point of beginning; 156.07 feet to the Point of to the end of said cul-de-sac 30 seconds West along said 16th of August, 2013. thence run East 221.416 feet Township 2 South, Range 8 thence continue along the Beginning. Containing 0.54 and the beginning of a curve; South right of way line 57.003 BOBBY MAROLT Northeasterly along said feet to the point of beginning to the point of beginning, con- East, Alcorn County, Missis- West right-of-way line of Acres, more or less. curve having a cord bearding of the herein described right CHANCERY COURT CLERK taining 0.891 acres, more or sippi, said point being in the Pratt Drive South 00 degrees 3 t's right of way of Proper Street 39 minutes 44 seconds West ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: of North 57 degrees 58 of way. less. 8/20, 8/27, 9/3/2013 (a public street); thence run 177.380 feet to an iron pin; See Deed of Dedication re- minutes 03 seconds East and The following tracts each be- South 30 feet to an iron pin thence leaving the West corded as Instrument No. a cord length of 156.443 feet, Such title will be conveyed as #14359 a radius of 133.810 feet a is vested in me as Trustee ing lessAUTO and excepted from on the South right of way line right-of-way line of Pratt 200803894. SERVICES 0840 I and II described of Proper Street; thence con- Drive, run North 89 degrees delta angle of 72 degrees 04 aforesaid without warranty of Tracts tinue South 642.976 feet to 20 minutes 16 seconds West Commence at the Northw- minutes 00 second and a any kind. above: an iron pin set for the point 219.378 feet to an iron pin; est corner of the Northeast length of 168.306 feet to the This, the 14th day of August, of beginning; thence continue thence run North 174.833 Quarter of Section 7, Town- end of said curve; Thence 2013. LESS AND EXCEPT: See Partial Release recorded South 125.000 feet to an iron feet to an iron pin; thence run ship 2 South, Range 8 East, continue along said proposed a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . pin set; thence run South 89 East 221.416 feet to the point Alcorn County, Mississippi, right of way the following; /s/ Scott R. Hendrix d e g r e e s 2 1 m i n u t e s 0 1 of beginning, containing 0.891 said point being in the right of North 17 degrees 56 minutes Scott R. Hendrix, 200806108. second East 196.162 feet to acres, more or less. way of Proper Street (a Pub- 00 seconds East 71.040 feet Trustee lic Street); Thence run South to a curve; Northeasterly Situated in the City of Cor- an iron pin set on the West 30.000 feet to the South right along a curve to the left hav- 4 t's inth, County of Alcorn, State right of way line of a pro- ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: posed Public Road; thence See Partial Release recorded of way line of Proper Street; ing a radius of 140.000 feet, a PUBLISH: August 20, 27, of Mississippi, to-wit: run North 00 degrees 39 a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . Thence run South 89 degrees delta angle of 17 degrees 16 September 3, 10, 2013. 57 minutes 30 seconds East minutes 24 seconds and a #14351 Commence at the Northw- minutes 36 seconds East 2 0 1 2 0 4 0 6 4 . along the South right of way length of 42.203 feet to the est corner of the Northeast along the West right of way 864 864 864 proposed Public Situated in the Northeast 868 line of Proper Street 222.997 end of said curve; North 00 816 Quarter Section 7, Town- line of said 804 470 ofTRACTORS/ 868 the West d e g r e e 3 9 m TRUCKS/VANS inutes 36 ship 2 South, Range 8 East, Road 124.949 feet to an iron Quarter of Section 7, Town- feet to a point on TRUCKS/VANS TRUCKS/VANS RECREATIONAL BOATS FARM EQUIP. AUTOMOBILES ship 2 South, Range AUTOMOBILES 8 East, right of way line of a proseconds 171.218 feet to a Alcorn County, Mississippi, pin set; thence leaving the SUV’S VEHICLES SUV’S SUV’S said point being in the right of West right of way line of said Alcorn County, Mississippi, posed public street (Pratt point on the South right of Drive) said point being the way line of another proposed Ford(a pub- proposed Public Road, run to-wit: way of1997 Proper Street point of beginning of herein Public Street (King Drive); lic street); run South North 89 degrees 20 minutes New thence Holland 30.000 feet to the South right 16 seconds West 197.590 Commencing at the Northw- d e s c r i b e d r i g h t o f w a y ; Thence run along said South of way line of Proper Street; feet to the point of beginning, est Corner of the Northeast Thence leaving the South right of way line South 89 deTractor thence run3930, South 483.976 containing 0.565 acres, more Quarter of Section 7, Town- right of way of Proper Street grees 20 minutes 16 seconds Model diesel, ship 2 South, Range 8 East; run along the proposed right East 175.000 feet to a MERCURY point feet to the point of beginning; or less. 2004 2003 DODGE 2012 HYUNDAI DODGE 1500 VW of way of Pratt Drive 2002 the folthence run South 30.00 feet1974 on the West right of way line t h e nexcellent c e c o ncondition!, tinue South MONTEREY ELANTRA 1500 only 42,000 South 00 degree 39 o f Smiles! to the South right-of-waySUPER of lowing: outh Harper Road; BEETLE 159.000 feet; 8-speed withthence forward, run ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: loaded, DVD/ 73,000 miles 5.9 360 miles,thence continminutes 44 seconds v-8, Westauto, Proper Street; Thence said West newrun alongCDfully South 89 degrees 20 minutes See Partial Release recorded 19,800 1600CC ENG, NEW reverse transmission. system, new tires, ski boat, 5.7 ltr. v-8, auto, 4 door, 20 inch . ue South, feet to a tires, curve;cold keptmostly w/allalong an old 330.952 right way linemileage North 00 de- climate 16 seconds East 197.590 feet a s I n s t r u m e n t N o garage TIRES, RUNS GOOD, ac,of cd 80,700, factory wheels, laramie 800on hrs.the Power 0 1 1 0 2new 0 5 6 tires, . along a curve fence, 767.98 a 1/2 Southwesterly grees 39 minutes 44 seconds to a point West right 2engine, service records,feet to MOSTLY RESTORED, controlled air/heat, heat/ player, red, package, infinity sound right having a radius of bright Steering, Brakes. inchmpg, steeltinted pipe, and PointEXTRA of to the East 50.000 feet to cool a point on seats. of way of PrattWet Drive (public); 38 power system, cold ac PARTS. $6700. like new!! Situated in the County of Al153.614 feet, a delta angle of Beginning; thence run South the North right of way line of thenceIndependent run North 00 degrees PTO windows & XM very nice truck!!! State of Mississippi, to18 degrees 15 minutes 57 89 degrees 21 minutes 01 Proposed King Drive; Thence 39 minutes 36 seconds East corn, 662-287-5893, radio. Asking $8,900. seconds East 196.16 feet to a seconds and a length of run along said North Call rightoroftext 158.990 feet along said right wit: $17,500. 956-334-0937 662-665-1995 731-926-0006. 1/2 inch steel pipe on the 48.972 feet to the end of said way North 89 degrees 20 of way; thence leaving the leave msg. & will 662-594-5830. acre tract, lying in the West right-of-way of Pratt curve and the beginning of an- minutes 16 seconds West West right of way of said A 0.891 return call. Pratt Drive run North 89 de- Northeast Quarter of Sec- Drive, being in a curve with other curve; Southwesterly 175.000 feet to a point on the grees 20 minutes 16 seconds tion 7, Township 2 South, the following characteristics, along a curve to the left hav- East right of way line of ProWest 199.406 feet to the Range 8 East, Alcorn County, Radius = 90.00 feet, Chord ing a radius of 203.614 feet, a posed Pratt Drive; Then run point of beginning, containing Mississippi and being further Distance = 21.13 feet; thence delta angle of 18 degrees 15 along said East right of way described as follows: run along said right-of-way minutes 57 seconds and a line the following; North 00 0.724 acres, more or less. long wheel base, and curve, to the right, South length of 64.912 feet to the d e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 361V W/MATCHING rebuilt & 350 HP 2003 Lexus at the Northw- 11 degrees 55 minutes 49 end of said curve; South 00 seconds SUBJECT TO that certain Commence TRAILER & COVER, 2000 Jeep East 105.467 feet to corner of the Northeast d e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 3 6 engine & auto. seconds West for an Arch a curve; Northeasterly along a IS 300 property described in a Deed est Grand RASPBERRY & GRAY, 2004 Nissan of Section 7, Town- 6 distance feet to curve4x4 of 21.17 feet; thence seconds West 327.382 to the right having a raof Dedication from Donald Quarter Cherokee cylinder, 5-speed trans., needs EVINRUDE 150XP, Murano, a curve; $3200 continue pearl along aforemendius of 153.614 feet, a delta 228k miles.Southwesterly along O. King, III, LLC to the City ship 2 South, Range 8 East, automatic, 24-V TROL. MTR., 2 V-8 with paint & some black, 120k a a n gTow tioned right-of-way l e o f 1 8 d e g r e e s 1 5 of Corinth, Mississippi, recor- Alcorn County, Mississippi,white w/tan leather, South 17 a curve to the right having Package FISHpoint FINDERS, beingNEW in the right-sunroof, angle minutes miles, 6 i n u t e s 0 0 radius of 90 feet a delta180,000 d e g r enew e s tires, 56 m andloaded, a ded in the land records of Al- said Miles 57 seconds work. CD player, fully71.04 feet to of 17 degrees 16 minutes of Proper Street (adisc Cold24 A/C, Cruise seconds West length of 48.972 adult feet to the corn County, Mississippi, in of-wayBATTS., driver, Control, loaded, 120,000 miles. street); thence run of All NEW LED TRAILER the beginning of a curve with seconds and a length endpower, of said curve garage and the be-kept, the Chancery Clerk’s Office public All Leather, Great 30EXC. feetCOND., to an iron pin the following characteristics, 27.133 feet to the end of saidVery ginning of another curve; thereof as Instrument No. South LIGHTS, Stereo, Clean Bose, leather, on the South right-of-way line Radius = 83.81 feet, Chord curve; South 17 degrees 56 Northeasterly Burgundy Color along a curve 200803894. exc. cond., 864 Call or Text of Proper Street; thence run Distance = 98.60 feet; thence minutes 00 seconds 71.040 to left having a radius of 662-665-1995. 770-367-4615 TRUCKS/VANS South 89 degrees 57 minutes run along said right-of-way feet to a curve; Southwest662-808-0113. 816 203.614 feet, a delta$10,500. angle of ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: Corinth Resident erly along a curve to the right 18 degrees 15662-284-6559. 804 recorded 30 seconds East along the and curve, to the right, SouthSUV’S minutes 57 See Partial Release RECREATIONAL a s I n s BOATS t r u m e n t N o . South right-of-way line of 53 degrees 58 minutes 00 having a radius of 83.810 feet, seconds and a length of VEHICLES 868 222.997 feet to seconds West for an Arch a delta angle of 72 degrees 04 64.912 feet to the end of said Proper Street 200902111. REDUCED a point, said point being on distance of 105.42 feet to the minutes 00 second and a curve; north 00 DUCED 39 AUTOMOBILES REdegrees A 0.565 acre tract, lying in the the West right-of-way line of beginning of a cul-de-sac with length of 105.416 feet to the minutes 44 seconds East Northeast Quarter (1/4) of a 50 feet wide road some- a Radius of 50.00 feet and a end of said curve and the be- 16.570 feet; South 89 deSection 7, Township 2 South, times referred to as Pratt Chord distance of 90.49 feet; ginning of a cul-de-sac with a grees 20 minutes 16 seconds Drive; thence leaving the thence run along said cul-de- radius of 50 feet, said point East 7.000 feet; North 00 deRange 8 East, 18’ long,Alcorn 120 County, HP 1991 Ford Mississippi and being further South right-of-way line of sac, to the left, South 85 de- bearing North 57 degrees 43 grees 39 minutes 44 seconds 1995 DUTCHMAN Johnson mtr., 2012 STARCRAFT Econoline Proper Street, run South 00 grees 11 minutes 40 seconds minutes 31 seconds East East 315.000 feet to a point described as follows: CAMPER (CLASSIC) trailer & mtr., d e g r e e s 3 9 m i n u t e s 4 4 West for an Arch distance feet from theVan, radius48,000 of 50.000 on the South right of way line CAMPER WITH TOMMY duty, West along the West 113.11 feet to a 1/2 inch steel point of said cul-de-sac; of Proper Street; super 32 ft. - Needs a little Thence run diesel, Commence at thenew Northw- seconds Fiberglass 18’ bunk new paint, 1989 Ford GATE miles, good ltr., exc. line of Pratt pipe set; thence run North Thence counterclockwise North 89 degrees 577.3 minutes est corner of the Northeast right-of-way TLC. Queen bed in house, gray & Crown Victoria transel, 2 live cond., one 136.990 feet to an iron 156.07 feet to the PointRUNS said radius 261.728 feet 30 GOOD of along seconds Westdrive alongtrain, said 215k Quarter (1/4) of Section 7, Drive Rare find, Garage Kept. 33K black water tanks, front, bunks in back. Turbo, exc. cond. miles, excellent, for the point of beginning; to the end of said cul-de-sac wells, hot foot Beginning. Containing 0.54 South right of way line 57.003 Township 2 South, Range 8 pin actual miles, Looks new in/ owner, serious cable ready w/TV. great mechanical continue along the Acres, more or less. and the beginning of a curve; feet to the point of $2,500. SOLD “AS IS” beginning East, Alcorn County, Missis- thence out, 302, great gas mileage, control. right-of-way Northeasterly along interest. said of the herein described new tires, fresh belts/ line of condition”. right sippi, said point being in the West hoses,Drive originalSouth books and 00 degrees662-415-1482 curve having a cord bearding $6500 ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: of way. right of way of Proper Street Pratt 662-396-1390 stickers, Rides 44 like seconds a dream. West See Deed of Dedication re- of North 57 degrees 58 minutes (a public street); thence run 39 287-5206. 662-596-5053 conveyed as South 30 feet to an iron pin 177.380 feet to an iron pin; corded as Instrument No. minutes 03 seconds East and Such title will be662-664-3538 a cord length of 156.443 feet, is vested in me as Trustee on the South right of way line thence leaving the West 200803894. REDUCED Call 662-424-0226 a radius of 133.810 feet a aforesaid without warranty of of Proper Street; thence con- right-of-way line of Pratt tinue South 642.976 feet to Drive, run North 89 degrees Commence at the Northw- delta angle of 72 degrees 04 any kind. an iron pin set for the point RE20 CED 16 seconds West est corner of the Northeast minutes 00 second and a This, the 14th day of August, DUminutes 2000 TOYOTA Quarter of Section 7, Town- length of 168.306 feet to the 2013. of beginning; thence continue 219.378 feet to an iron pin; ship 2 South, South2000 125.000 feet to an iron thence run North 174.833COROLLA CERange 8 East, end of said curve; Thence MERCURY along said proposed /s/ Scott R. Hendrix County, Mississippi, pin set; thence run South 89 feet to an iron pin; thence run Alcorn 2011continue CANYON Caterpillar 4 cylinder, Optimax, 225 H.P. East 221.416 feet to the point said point being in the right of right of way the following; Scott R. Hendrix, d e g r e e s 2 1 m i n u t e s 0 1 1984 CORVETTE SLE PICKUP Imagine owning a likeautomatic 2008 Jeep Wrangler beginning, containing 0.891 way North 17 degrees 563208 minutesEngine of Proper Street (a PubTrustee second East 196.162 feet to of383 Stroker, alum. Almost every option avail, new, water tested, never & feet Allilson acres, more or less. 00 seconds East 71.040 lic Street); Thence run South an iron pin set on the West Sahara Extra Clean high riser, alum. launched, powerhouse new topper & tow pkg, 30 ft., with slide out 30.000 feet to the South right to a curve; Northeasterly 4 t's right outboard of way motor line with of aa pro- heads, headers, dual Automatic V-6, auto., power windows, 136,680 miles like new, all maintenance & built-in TV antenna, ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: along a curve to thetrasmission. left hav- PUBLISH: August of way line of Proper Street; 20, 27, posed Public Road;prop, thence line hard top, Sirius radio w/nav High Five stainless holly, everything records, original window See Partial Release recorded Thence ing a radius of 140.000 feet, a September 3, cd, $4200 run South 89 degrees 10, 2 TV’s, 7400 miles. run North 00$ degrees 39 on dvd,2013. very clean & well car new or rebuilt both16in#14351 good for only sticker.delta luka resident a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . 57 minutes 30 seconds East angle of 17 degrees minutes 36 seconds East maintained. 49,400k mi. Call John Bond of Paul w/new paint job condition. 01204064. along the South right of way minutes 24 seconds and a along the West rightinof way 2(silver Seaton Boat Sales fleck paint). $21,300. O.B.O. the line of Proper Street 222.997 length of 42.203 feet to$1800. line ofCounce, said proposed TN for details.Public $9777.77 Situated in the Northeast feet to a point on the West end of said curve; 662-415-0084 North 00 662-396-1705 Road 124.949 feet to an iron 731-689-4050 256-577-1349 Section 7, Town- right t e s 396-2114 36 CallofKeith pin set; thence leaving the Quarter of way line of a pro- d e g r e e 3 9 m i n uor Rienzi or 284-8209 or 901-605-6571 2 South, Range 8 East, posed public street (Pratt seconds 171.218 feet to a West right of way line of said ship 662-415-0017. proposed Public Road, run Alcorn County, Mississippi, Drive) said point being the point on the South right of North 89 degrees 20 minutes to-wit: point of beginning of herein way line of another proposed 16 seconds West 197.590 d e s c r i b e d r i g h t o f w a y ; Public Street (King Drive); feet to the point of beginning, Commencing at the Northw- Thence leaving the South Thence run along said South containing 0.565 acres, more est Corner of the Northeast right of way of Proper Street right of way line South 89 deFord20 F350 Quarter of Section 7, Town- run along the proposed 2004 minutes 16 seconds or less. right grees ship 2 South, Range 8 East;1987 175.000 of wayHonda of Pratt Drive the work fol- East 1984 CHRYSLER truck, V10, feet to a point thence run South 30.00 feet lowing: South 00 degree 39 on the West right of way line ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT: underbed tool gas burner, workhorse eng., 2 LEBARON CRX, 40+ mpg, See Partial Release recorded to the South right-of-way of minutes 44 seconds West o f S o u t h H a r p e r R o a d ; slideouts, full body paint, walk-in shower, SS sinks & s/s refrig w/ convertible, boxes, towing Street; thence continThence run along said West new paint, feet newto a curve; a s I n s t r u m e n t N o . Proper 330.952 im, Onar Marq gold 7000 gen., mini-van, exc. ue antique South, mostly right of way line North 00 de201102056. Southwesterly along a curve tag,along an old leather 3-ton cntrl. unit, back-up camera, package, DVD. seat auto. leveling, 2-flat screen TVs, fence, 767.98 feet to a 1/2 grees 39 minutes 44 seconds to the right having a radius of mech. cond. 39,000 actual Allison 6-spd. A.T., 10 cd stereo $8600 obo. Truck is covers, after w/s.s, 2-leather capt. seats & 1 Situated in the County of Al- inch steel pipe, and Point of 153.614 feet, a delta angle of East 50.000 feet to a point on lthr recliner, auto. awning, qn miles. in daily use. Please thence run Southmarket North right of way line of stereo, corn, State of Mississippi, to- Beginning; 18 degrees 15 minutes 57 the . bed, table & couch (fold into bed), micro/conv oven, less than 5k mi. 89 degrees 21 minutes 01 seconds and a length Proposed King Drive; Thence wit: of call for appt. to see, $3250 obo. seconds East 196.16 feet to a 48.972 feet to the end of said run along said North right of $85,000 inch steel pipe on the curve and the beginning of an- way North 89 degrees 20 A 0.891 acre tract, lying in the 1/2 286-2261 662-415-0590 West right-of-way of Pratt minutes 16 seconds West

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No. 2013-0434-02 NOTICE TO CREDITORS

NOTICE IS GIVEN that Letters Testamentary were on the 2 day of August, 2013 granted the undersigned Executor of the Last Will and Testament of DEWEY BURCHAM, Deceased, by the Chancery Court of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and all persons having claims against said Estate are required to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days after the date of the first publication of this Notice, which is the 6 day of August, 2013, or the same shall be forever barred.

WITNESS MY SIGNATURE, this the 2 day of August, 2013. JIMMY BURCHAM Executor 3 t's 8/6, 8/13, 8/20 #14330

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

832 MOTORCYCLES/ ATV’S

1985 30’ long motor home, new tires, Price negotiable.

2000 Ford F-350

$4000

731-607-3173

$7400.

$8800

7995.

RE: THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF DEWEY BURCHAM, DECEASED

662-660-3433

1983 NISSAN DATSUN 280 ZX

$6500.

IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF ALCORN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

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1991 Mariah 20’

$4800

0955 LEGALS

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662-415-7407 662-808-4557

$18,000

$9,000

REDUCED

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

662-415-8623 or 287-8894

2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT

1500 Goldwing Honda

$75,000. 662-287-7734

$4500

78,000 original miles, new tires.

662-284-9487

‘07 Dolphin LX RV, 37’

2001 Chevy Venture

$3950.

$2500

731-239-4108 340-626-5904. 340-626-5904.

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20,000 Miles. Never Been Laid Down. Trunk has been taken off & sissy bar put back on. Lots ox extra add-ons. $5,500. Firm.

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