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Daily Corinthian Vol. 116, No. 83
• Corinth, Mississippi • 18 pages • 1 section
House passes city liquor vote bill BY BOBBY J. SMITH firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mississippi House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow some cities in dry counties to vote on allowing alcohol sales. House members voted 67-52
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on Wednesday for Senate Bill 2497, which will now return to the Senate for more work. The bill would allow cities with 5,000 or more people located in dry counties to hold elections on the sale of beer, wine and liquor. Elections to
allow alcohol or revert to dry status would require 20 percent of a city’s voters to present a petition. Out of the Corinth-area legislators in the House, District 1 Rep. Lester “Bubba” Carpenter voted for the bill. District 2 Rep.
Nick Bain and District 3 Rep. Tracy Arnold Voted against the bill. Carpenter said he supported the bill because it provides more “home rule” on the local level and gives local governments more control over their
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The next year he won second place in the same category. Last year Gilmore won first place in the Homestyle category and second in People’s Choice. Gilmore is also a regular winner in cooking compe-
Corinth’s creeks were put to the test Saturday night with a heavy rainfall during a short period of time producing flash flooding. Corinthweather.net, recording weather observations in north Corinth, reported a total of 2.78 inches of rainfall during the stormy evening. What made it a significant test for drainage was the rapid rate of rainfall, with most of that falling in a period of 90 minutes. “It’s something more than a 10-year and less than a 25-year event,” said Dave Huwe, director of community development and planning. Street flooding was scattered, and water came close to homes in the Oak Lane area. Fire Chief Rob Price said firemen helped a family get out of a home on Sixth Street near Tishomingo Street that was surrounded by water. Corinth officials believe the work contracted by the city to clean up the three creeks helped the situation. “If we had not cut the trees and got the undergrowth off these banks, we would have been in serious trouble,” said Street Commissioner Jim Bynum. “From my observations and people who have been around Corinth a lot of years, the water left Corinth the quickest it has ever left.”
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Cooking in the Crossroads Storm puts area creeks to the test
The Board of Aldermen on Tuesday denied the Hope Dream Center’s request for a variance on sprinkler use. It was a 5-1 vote, with Alderman J.C. Hill voting “no” on the denial. The women’s shelter organizers had previously made their case before the Board of Aldermen and did not appeal the board of adjustment’s recommendation to deny the request. Organizers argued that the building at 1223 Tate Street is non-combustible and does not need sprinklers, but the city refused to budge on a life safety issue. The group sought approval for temporary occupancy while raising funds for the sprinkler system. In another zoning request, aldermen accepted the board of adjustment’s recommendation to approve a variance for Billy Freeman to operate rental storage units in the area of Video Gallery on Third Street in a C-1 zone and to waive the parking paving requirement for the business.
own affairs. “If Corinth decides to have the election and it passes, the Board of Aldermen would dictate what happens,” said Carpenter. “It gives them more
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Corinth’s Joey Gilmore gets ready for this weekend’s Crossroads Chili Cook-Off.
Local cook Gilmore woos the judges BY BOBBY J. SMITH firstname.lastname@example.org
Corinth-resident Joey Gilmore is a regular participant on the competitive cooking circuit. This weekend he’s taking on the Crossroads Chili Cook-Off — by entering all five categories. He will com-
pete in the Red Chili, Chili Verde (green chili), Salsa, Local Favorite and People’s Choice categories. The 53-year-old Corinth native is no stranger to the Crossroads Chili Cook-Off. He finished third in the People’s Choice category in his first Cook-Off in 2009.
Corinth Girl Scout Troop earns prestigious Silver Award for project BY BOBBY J. SMITH email@example.com
The troop completed a 40-hour service project — the beautification of the Whitfield Nursing Home grounds — to be eligible for the Silver Award.
A local Girl Scouts group has earned the second highest award the organization bestows. Corinth’s Girl Scouts of the USA Troop 486 was recently honored with the Girl Scout Silver Award, a prestigious award given to Girl Scout troops that demonstrate they are organized, determined and dedicated to improving their community. The nine-member troop is comprised of local ninth- and 10th-grade girls who have been together in scouting since the first grade — Kimball Beck, Ashley Flowers, Erin Hutchens, Monica Hutchens, Lindsey Miller, Kate Mitchell, Alyssa Park, Avery Shappley and Alissa Ann Williams. It was a long, labor-intensive road to the Silver Award.
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First, the girls had to earn several badges and a leadership award. Next they had to complete a 40-hour service project in the community. To meet the requirement for their service project, Troop 486 chose to beautify the grounds of Whitfield Nursing Home on Proper Street. “The girls put up bird feeders, put down rocks and pavers, cleaned the lawn furniture, weeded and planted flowers,” said Troop Leader Renee Flowers. “They completely redid that little area.” After completing the work at the nursing home, members of the troop would return each week to water plants and weed the garden. The troop’s project at the nursing home made the everyday lives of its residents a little better by giving them a nicer place outside to walk or eat
lunch in warm weather. One resident in particular took notice of the girls’ work. “When we were finishing up, one of the residents, a former teacher, came out and thanked the girls. It was a really sweet moment,” said their troop leader. Troop 486 was helped in a big way by Lowe’s in Corinth. The retail home improvement and appliance store help fund the girls’ project by awarding the group the Hometown Heroes Award for Service. The award came with a grant to use for supplies for their project. “Lowe’s was so generous in all they did,” Flowers said. “They gave us help and direction and donated supplies.” Flowers has only words of praise for her troop and their mothers. Please see SCOUTS | 13
On this day in history 150 years ago Confederate forces make camp a mile southwest of Shiloh Meeting House. Gen. Johnston dismisses fears they have been discovered and are outnumbered by the enemy and proclaims, “I would fight them if they were a million.”
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titions sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society, including Corinthâ€™s own Hog Wild Festival. In the barbecue competitions he is part of the Heavenly Manna Barbecue Team. Each year he participates in seven to nine local events and about a half-dozen KCBS-sanctioned events â€œwithin a reasonable distance.â€? His office walls are covered with approximately 50 trophies and plaques commemorating his competitive cooking victories. He has loved cooking since he was a kid, Gilmore said, back when his parents owned and operated the Town Restaurant in Corinth. Since heâ€™s participated in the cooking contests many of his friends have asked him the same question. â€œThey ask me why I donâ€™t open a restaurant. I
tell them that would take the fun out of it,â€? Gilmore said with a laugh. He says itâ€™s lots of fun participating in the cooking competitions, especially in events like this weekendâ€™s Crossroads Chili Cook-Off in which he gets to engage in some friendly competition with his Corinth neighbors. He said he wants to encourage more people to participate in the Cook-Off and not be intimidated by the competition. â€œItâ€™s good entertainment, a good cause, and a good cause to have fun,â€? he said. â€œYou get to meet a lot of people â€” and compete with the big boys!â€? Gilmore gives thanks to the man upstairs for his successful competitive cooking experiences. â€œThe Lord blesses me with it. I know itâ€™s nothing Iâ€™m doing,â€? he said. â€œIâ€™ve won a good bit and placed a lot, so Iâ€™ve been blessed.â€?
While Gilmore is a one-man chili-cooking team, he gets some support from his wife, Barbie. â€œShe supports me 100 percent,â€? said Gilmore. â€œSheâ€™ll taste what Iâ€™m working on and give me her opinion. Sheâ€™s been a big help.â€? In preparing for the cook-off Gilmore has had to turn his hand to chili verde, or green chili â€” a food heâ€™s never cooked before. While heâ€™s hopeful for the best, Gilmore admits heâ€™s not sure what to expect. â€œItâ€™s the first time Iâ€™ve attempted green chili, and Iâ€™ve been practicing at home,â€? said Gilmore. â€œI hope itâ€™s good. It tastes good to me, but who knows what the judges will say? At least we can try and see.â€? This year, Gilmore said, heâ€™s going up against the â€œbig boys.â€? â€œIâ€™m going to see what I can do against the big boys,â€? he said. â€œ
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In other business: â– The board dismissed cleanup action on 1106 Ross St. and 1811 Droke Road, citing progress at both locations. The home at 1811 Droke was demolished and cleanup completed. A continuance to May 1 was given for 310 Tate Street. â– Alderman gave approval for the police department to apply for a STOP (Services, Training, Officers, and Prosecutors) Violence Against Women grant of $32,000 that would provide for a victims advocate in the municipal court. â– The board approved seeking a Community Development Block Grant of $250,000 to $300,000 toward the planned arch pipe repairs in South Corinth. â– The board approved Crossroads Arenaâ€™s request to use $46,500 from the debt retirement account to help pay for the recent drainage project. The county approved the request on Monday.
The lengthy hail storm did not help matters. â€œIt stripped a lot of leaves off the trees, and that contributed to the storm drains getting covered up,â€? said Bynum. The Cass Street and Fulton Drive underpasses flooded, and the Fulton underpass currently has a burned-out pump. The cityâ€™s contracted creek cleanup work continues, and the city is having talks with the Kansas City-Southern Railroad about replacing two inadequate drainage pipes beneath a railroad. Bynum said two 5-foot diameter pipes are needed.
Helping Havisâ€™ kids Each year the Magnolia Regional Health Center Dietary Department has collected money to donate to a charity, usually around the Christmas holidays. In the past it has been adoption of a child on the Angel tree. Last year the Dietary Department collected money for an employeeâ€™s family who had lost their home to a fire in early December. This year, after seeing an article in the Daily Corinthian, the employees voted to help the local special needs children traveling to Disney World with event leader Havis Hurley. The Dietary Department employees voluntarily donated $300 to help this cause. Magnolia Regional Health Center Dietary Supervisor Nena Holland presents the check to Hurley along with Dietary Director Vanda Lee and staff members Paula Smith, Nancy Dallier, Jeff Thornton, Francis Harding and Lisa Jones.
Things to do today Shiloh Battlefield tour In commemoration of Shilohâ€™s Sesquicentennial, local tour guide, Jimmy Whittington, will be leading free car-caravan tours around Shiloh Battlefield today, Friday and Saturday. Interested participants are asked to contact Shiloh to pre-register for these tours. Individual tours are limited to 10 vehicles. Call Shiloh Battlefield between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at 731-689-5696 to pre-register for the carcaravan tours. For more information on this and other special Shiloh Sesquicentennial events, visit the parkâ€™s website at www. nps.gov/shil or find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ShilohNMP. Â
Volunteers sought Shiloh National Military Park is seeking volunteers to help with activities on Saturday April 7, 2012. In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh, park staff and volunteers will be placing and lighting 23,746 luminaries around the battlefield, which will represent the total casualties of the bloody two-day fight.
Anyone interested in volunteering at the park is asked to call ranger Heather Smedley at 731689-5696 or email her at heather_smedley@ nps.gov to sign up. More information on Shiloh Battlefieldâ€™s sesquicentennial events is available at www.nps.gov/shil. Â
Pickinâ€™ on Square If the weather premits, Pickinâ€™ on the Square will be back on Courthouse Square tonight. Savannah Grass will be the guest band. Â
Activity center The Bishop Activity Center is having the following activities today: Bingo, table games, puzzles and grocery shopping at Rogersâ€™. Senior citizens, age 60 and above are welcome and encouraged to attend Bishop Activity Center. Daily activities include crafts, jigsaw puzzles, quilting, table games (Dominoes and Rook), washer games and Rolo Golf. Â
Civil War art A collection of â€œCivil War Impressionsâ€? is featured at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery to co-
incide with ongoing sesquicentennial activities. Prints and some of the originals will be for sale. Art gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Country music night The Joe Rickman Band will be playing on Thursday nights from 6:309:30 p.m. at the Burnsville city park building. Admission is $3, single and $5, couple. There will be concessions. The event is family-friendly with no smoking or alcohol. Proceeds go toward the community center. For more information, call 662-287-3437. Â
Shiloh museum A museum dedicated to the Battle of Shiloh and area veterans is now open next to Shiloh National Military Park. It is located at the intersection of state Route 22 and Route 142 in Shiloh, across from Ed Shawâ€™s Restaurant. The Shiloh Battlefield & World War II Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. For more information call Larry DeBerry at 731-926-0360.
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flexibility â€” and it takes it out of Jackson. In Jackson we shouldnâ€™t be voting on Carthage or Senatobia or Brandon. It lets the local governments decide what goes on in their towns.â€? If the law passses, the
other town in the Crossroads area eligible for a city vote is Booneville. In the Senate, District 4 Sen. Rita Potts Parks opposed the bill. The Senate bill originally set the population at 6,000 or more, but the number was decreased in the House after Rep.
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Steve Holland (D-Lee County) submitted an amendment lowering the population requirement to 5,000. Of Mississippiâ€™s 82 counties, 27 are entirely dry and 10 more are partially dry, according to the state Revenue Department. This vote is not to be confused with House Bill 928 that passed March 7 that would allow liquor sales only by-the-drink in restaurants in hotels. The House vote comes in the aftermath of a local effort to hold a city-only vote for liquor sales in Corinth. The Corinth Board of Aldermen passed a resolution on Jan. 17 seeking legislative approval for a city-only vote on the sale of liquor, but local legislators indicated they would not introduce such a bill. Aldermen said they were not voicing support for liquor but rather trying to give city residents an opportunity to vote on the issue without the county. Past attempts to return Alcorn County to a wet county have failed. Liquor was sold in Corinth for 21 years until 1989, when Alcorn County voters ended liquor sales and, in a city election, Corinth voters said â€œyesâ€? to beer sales, resulting in a swap of liquor for beer. County referendums on the sale of liquor in 1993 and 2005 failed to pass.
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Deaths Diane Trimble
Funeral services for Diane Trimble are set for 11 a.m. today at McPeters Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Warren Jones officiating. Burial will be in the Forrest Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Trimble died Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, Tenn. She was born April 2, 1947, to the late Harold and Jonell Ross Monroe. She loved spending time with her family, listening to music and gardening due to her “green thumb.” She is survived by two sons, Judd Trimble and Luke Trimble and his wife Sabrina; one daughter, Mary Eaton and husband Wally; one sister, Judy Huggins and husband David; seven grandchildren, Eathan, John, Jack, Oliver and Emelia Eaton, Amber Morelock and J. Lucas Trimble; two nieces, Rebecca Rivers and husband David and Vicki Huggins; five great nieces, Payton, Sydnie, Madilyn, Kacee Jo and Katelynn; and a host of friends. Visitation was held Wednesday at the funeral home.
Chad Austin Brown
AIKEN, S.C. — Chad Austin Brown, 33, died Friday, March 20, 2012, in Aiken, S.C. Born Nov. 19, 1978, he was a carpenter and a member of the Southeastern Carpenter’s Union. He was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include his mother, Cynthia April Rogers Clark of Rienzi; his father, William W. Brown of Memphis, Tenn.; his step-father, Terry Wayne Clark of Rienzi; a brother, Waylon Wayne Brown of Jackson, S.C.; a sister, Terri Lynn Dixon (Clint) of Corinth; his maternal grandmother, Edna M. Rogers of Rienzi; his paternal grandmother, Alma Jean Brooks of Byhalia;
several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Visitation is today from 5 until 8 p.m. at Magnolia Funeral Home.
and a brother, William Monroe Gunn. Survivors include his siblings, Horone Toni, Peggy Burns, Patricia Jones, Linda Gunn, Theresa Gunn, Tommy Jones, Crystal Calvin, Charlin Worship, James Worship and Sammy Worship. Bishop Perry Carroll will officiate. Visitation is Friday from noon until 6 p.m. Patterson Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Anna Lee Greer
MICHIE, Tenn. — Funeral services for Anna Lee Greer, 92, are set for 1 p.m. today at Acton Church of Christ in Michie with burial at Lebanon Cemetery in Michie. Mrs. Greer died Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at her residence. Born April 29, 1919, she was the co-owner of Greer Egg Farm. She was a member of Acton Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her husband, C.D. “Mudcat” Greer; her parents, James and Mae Culver South; three sisters, Wilma Faye Adams, Evelyn Glover and Ruby Johnson; and three brothers, James, Hurley and Hubert South. Survivors include a daughter, Martice Greer Rowlett of Hernando; two sons, Joe Greer of Michie, Tenn., and Don Greer (Joyce) of Michie, Tenn.; a sister, Opal S. Fooshee of Corinth; five grandchildren; 12 greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Joe Story will officiate. Shackelford Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.
Randy D. Hill
Funeral services for Randy D. Hill, 50, of Corinth, are set for noon Saturday at Another Chance Ministries with burial at Forrest Hill Cemetery. Mr. Hill died Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at his home. Born June 29, 1961, he attended Corinth High School. He was a member of Another Chance Ministries. He was preceded in death by his parents, Helen Gunn Jones and Charlie James Hill; his grandparents, Niccie Gunn, Isiah Gunn, Charlie Hill and Mable Brooks Hill;
RIPLEY — Funeral services for Mary Inez Chapman Morrison, 93, are set for 1 p.m. today at Chapman Church of Christ with burial at Chapman Cemetery. Mrs. Morrison died Wednesday, April 4, 2012, at Tippah County Hospital Nursing Home. Born Feb. 15, 1919, she was retired from Tippah County Hospital after working in the Linen Department for 15 years. She was a member of Chapman Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her husband, Sam Morrison; her parents, Hugh and Mary Ralph Chapman; four sisters, Gladys Robertson, Georgia Morrison, Clytee Wood and Valcie Hurt; and three brothers, Hollis, Ralph and Millikin “Mig” Chapman. Survivors include three daughters, Lavaugn Carmichiel (Butch) of Corinth, Sandra Hopper (Ricky Joe) of Walls, and Joan Berryman (Jimmy) of Ripley; two sons, Tony Morrison (Jane) of Ripley, and Dale Morrison (Becky) of Ripley; one brother, W.M. Chapman (Janie) of Ripley; 14 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and 13 great-great-grandchildren. Minister Mark Lindley will officiate. The body will be at church beginning at noon on Thursday. Ripley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Budget cuts create uncertainty Court overturns Salts’ for Family Resource Center embezzlement convictions BY JEFF YORK For the Daily Corinthian
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SELMER, Tenn. — An opportunity to help atrisk children across Tennessee will fall victim to state budget cuts unless the Tennessee Legislature decides to restore funding for the program. Gov. Bill Haslam’s budget for the next fiscal year does not include funding for Family Resource Centers in each of the 104 school districts in the state. These centers connect children with community resources to help meet their personal needs and help them to focus more in the classroom. Karen Lange has been the director of the McNairy County Resource Center for four years and is passionate about the program. She recently was a featured speaker before The Tennessee Commission for Children & Youth and state legislators on the benefits of the Family Resource Centers. Walt Disney said: “Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children,” quoted Lange. “It will be an injustice to our children, our families and this entire community for this program to be cut from the budget.” The local Family Resource Center is a bridge between the children with so many services provided in the county. They work with the children, schools, Jesus Cares, Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services, the juvenile system and other resource agencies.
Lange said the Family Resource Center w o r k s w i t h young g i r l s who are pregnant Lange to help them in various ways. The center provides parenting classes to help them become batter parents and to encourage them to stay in school to get their education. Tennessee’s Family Resource Centers were created in 1993 as part of a plan to improve education in the state. The Tennessee Legislature supplied each system with funds to begin the program. The state provided $29,600 to each county to operate their program last year which was a 12 percent decrease of their original budget. “We’ve gotten positive feedback from some legislators that an amendment to the budget will restore funding for the program. But until it is in there and
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Panel rules judge in 2005 trial erred by not trying cases separately For the Daily Corinthian
A federal appeals court panel has tossed out the embezzlement convictions of former funeral home operators Michael and Marie Salts. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that the judge in the Saltses 2005 trial for embezzlement of pre-need insurance policy premiums from the funeral home they operated in Prentiss County erred by not allowing the former couples’ cases to be separated and tried separately. The ruling vacates the pair’s conviction on three counts each of felony embezzlement. They had been accused of improperly taking money sent to them by clients to pay for preneed burial insurance. The appeals court rul-
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Payday loan legislation takes a step backwards Lenders wanting to get in on the payday loan action apparently have some strong advocates in the Legislature. A bill picking up steam would allow them to charge up to 99 percent interest. As The Clarion-Ledger reported, under current law, finance companies can charge up to 36 percent on loans of up to $1,000; 33 percent on loans $1,000-$3,000; 24 percent on loans $2,500-$5,000; 14 percent on loans above $5,000; and 18 percent on loans above $25,000. Under the proposed legislation, which already has passed the House, those companies could charge 99 percent interest, on loans under $1,500. The equivalent interest rates would vary from 55 percent for a $1,500 loan to 37 percent on a $4,000 loan. In 2010, The Clarion-Ledger exposed how some Mississippians have been caught in “payday debt,” falling further into financial trouble. At the time, the equivalent APR for a typical twoweek payday loan was 572 percent — one of the highest in the nation. In 2011, Mississippi lawmakers revised the law and reduced the equivalent interest rates, giving Mississippians more time to pay back loans of up to $400. This is a step backward. For decades, prior to a 1998 loophole, state law barred anyone from charging Mississippians more than 36 percent interest. It’s estimated that about 130,000 Mississippians use payday lenders and cash for titles sites each year. The Center for Responsible Lending estimates the average Mississippian pays back $1,041 for each $350 borrowed. In defending this proposed legislation, backers say Mississippians can pay back the money they owe in installments in contrast with payday lenders, which require the full amount by the next paycheck. That’s not much help, if someone is overextended. They will still just fall further into debt, especially if they keep taking out loans — while the lenders keep collecting interest on those loans. While the proposed law does limit the loan to 22.5 percent of a Mississippian’s gross monthly income, “it doesn’t take into account the person’s ability to repay,” said Ed Sivak, director of the Mississippi Economic Policy Center. If there are multiple loans, that figure is worthless. “It’s a very bad bill,” Sivak says. As the Mississippi Center for Justice notes, “Predatory lenders, such as payday loan advance shops, check cashers and car title establishments, wreak havoc in low-income and communities of color.” It’s bad business for the state to endorse it through law. — The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson
Appoint superintendents to raise academic standing Education reform has been a major topic of discussion for the Legislature this year, as it has been for many legislative sessions for decades. For all the changes Mississippi has made since the early 1980s, there remains a persistent sense that there’s a better way to do things in order to get this state’s academic standing off or near the bottom of most achievement indicators. One of the most sensible and longstanding proposals is to stop electing school district superintendents, as this state still does in 40 percent of its districts. Almost no one else does this. There are about 14,500 school districts in the United States. Only 1 percent are elected — 147. And Mississippi accounts for 64 of the 147. It is dumb to limit the hiring of a school superintendent to a narrowly defined geographic area, as is the case with the elective system. In some districts, there may be only a handful of people who meet the minimum qualifications to run for the job, and even then they might not all have the competence to handle it if they are elected. The Senate got the message, voting 43-9 to switch to an appointive system statewide unless voters in areas with elected superintendents vote to keep it that way. The House is stalling, however. Rep. John Moore, the chairman of that chamber’s Education Committee, says he’s not convinced. He apparently wants proof that appointed superintendents produce better academic results than elected ones. That proof might be hard to come by, since the performance of superintendents is a mixed bag, regardless of how they are selected. There are some fine elected superintendents, and there are some weak appointed ones. If you want to get rid of a weak elected superintendent, though, your options are limited when it comes to a replacement. It’s true under existing law that any district that now elects its superintendent can switch to an appointive system by gathering enough signatures to put it to a referendum. The existing law, though, is backward. It makes it difficult to switch to a superior way of doing things. Instead, the law should make it difficult to switch to an inferior way. That’s what the Senate bill would do. The House should get behind it. — The Greenwood Commonwealth
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McMillin qualified to lead parole board STARKVILLE — Gov. Phil Bryant’s choice of former Hinds County sheriff and Jackson police chief Malcolm McMillin as the new chairman of the state parole board is one that empowers a career law enforcement officer who also has had to deal with the realities of jail overcrowding and management. McMillin succeeds Shannon Warnock of Ridgeland, who has a law degree but whose background was in economic development. Warnock stepped down in order to care for her mother. The burly former sheriff is no stranger to touch decisions and no stranger to conflict and controversy. During his five terms as Hinds County’s top law enforcement office, McMillin battled the Hinds County Board of Supervisors over budget disagreements, jail overcrowding and jail funding. McMillin grew up in Natchez, but spent his summer on a truck farm with his uncle and aunt on Turkey Creek near Dentsville. In an interview almost a decade ago, McMillin said: “My father died when I was seven, and I don’t have many memories of him, so I can’t say that I really learned any lessons from him. One thing I remember my mother telling me that’s stayed
with me is that you can always tell a lot about a person’s character by the way he Sid Salter treats people Columnist who wait on him or work for him. My mother was a waitress, who worked very hard to raise my sister and me after my father died.” After high school, McMillin said his “senior trip” was a tour of duty in Southeast Asia as an 18-year-old military policeman in the U.S. Air Force. McMillin is also known as an incredibly talented actor in the Jackson area, where his most memorable role was the part of “Big Daddy” in Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” In Jackson and the surrounding area, McMillin raised awareness and money for a host of charities. But McMillin’s true gift as the new head of the state parole board will be his up close and personal understanding of the relationship between the state’s judicial system, corrections system, and the parole process as it relates to impacts on local jails. In 2003, several years before taking the post of Jackson police chief while simultaneously serving
as Hinds County’s sheriff, McMillin offered this assessment: “It’s difficult to determine beyond the short-term needs essentially what our jail space needs are, because in the 12 years I have been in office, we’ve never had a criminal justice system that worked. We’ve been plagued with overcrowding caused by the state housing its inmates in county jails throughout the state. Now we are dealing with overcrowding as a result of the increasing numbers of pre-trial detainees who have yet to be indicted, tried, sentenced, and moved into the state system. So it is difficult to determine future jail space requirements without knowing what the system could do if it actually worked properly.” Finding the formula between maintaining a “tough on crime” posture while managing the finite amount of jail space in Mississippi has — as McMillin noted — been almost a constant problem. Overcrowding of local jails because of the backup of state prisoners was alleviated somewhat by the boom in private prisons and subtle changes in the state’s mandatory minimum sentencing laws. But the eleventh hour pardons by former Gov. Haley Barbour and the subsequent political battles that followed between
Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood and the former governor has shaken public confidence in the state parole board. Issues arose from the Barbour pardons that led to several as yet failed legislative efforts to restrict the governor’s power to pardon. The bottom line is that Mississippi could do a lot worse than to have a tough, experienced old deputy sheriff leading the state parole board. McMillin lacks neither courage nor vision and has proved time and time again that he’ll follow the law no matter the consequences. After all, this is the man who once arrested the mayor of Jackson. McMillin’s relationship with the mercurial late Mayor Frank Melton is just one of the political gantlets he’s run that qualify him for this demanding new post. Again, in his own words, McMillin can also see parole decision from the perspective of law enforcement: “There isn’t an ‘average’ day in the life of a law enforcement officer. Law enforcement officers who believe there’s an average day or an ordinary call put themselves at great risk. Law enforcement is unpredictable and uncertain and can be dangerous, but it can also be rewarding and fulfilling. It’s been all of those things for me.
Obama unleashing not-so-hidden socialist views Politicians and presidents of both parties have occasionally suffered from openmic syndrome, saying something when they thought the microphone was turned off they wished had not been made public. The latest to fall prey to that amplification of the mouth is President Obama. The president told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev during their Monday meeting in Seoul, South Korea that once re-elected, he would have “more flexibility” to deal with missile defense. The president asked Medvedev to relay to incoming President Vladimir Putin his request for “patience” and “space.” The comments sent shivers down conservative spines. Conservatives believe the president is a not-socloseted socialist. They recall his criticism of the Founding Fathers for putting too many restraints on presidential power in the Constitution,
limiting a president’s ability to unilaterally bring about change. Unconstrained Cal by the need Thomas to run again, they fear a Columnist political version of “Girls Gone Wild” with the Constitution shredded and America transformed beyond recognition. Dick Morris believes that an unleashed President Obama would cause even more damage to the country. The former adviser to Bill Clinton appeared on Fox’s “Hannity” Monday night and delivered a Nostradamustype prediction of what an Obama second term might look like. “I believe that he’ll proceed to a single-payer system on healthcare,” said Morris. “I think Obamacare was just an intermediate step in his mind.
If he’s re-elected, particularly if there’s a Democratic Congress, he will eliminate the private health insurance industry and all insurance will be from the government and it will all be according to one plan. Secondly, I think that he will completely reverse the initiatives of the Bush 43 administration in opening up vast new forms of oil drilling in the U.S. And will eliminate this incredible opportunity we have to dominate the global oil markets and put the terrorists out of business. But thirdly, I think that his big focus will be to make the United States a vassal state to a globalist entity.” With another president, this might sound like blather from the extreme right, but consider the new book by Van Jones, Obama’s former “green energy czar” who was forced to resign for past extremist views and statements, including signing a 2004 petition from 911Truth.org, a group that
claimed George W. Bush allowed the 9/11 terrorist attacks to happen. In “Rebuild the Dream,” Jones claims President Obama could have done more to yank the country leftward had he not been “determined to be bipartisan at all costs.” What would “more” look like in an Obama second term? Again, Dick Morris thinks he sees the future: “The G-20 and the IMF will acquire sovereignty over our economy. I think that he will sign the International Criminal Treaty that would oblige the United States to get U.N. approval, which is to say, Russian and Chinese approval before going to war. I think he will sign the ‘Rights of the Child’ treaty, which would create a legal basis for suing to increase foreign aid to poor countries.” Morris was not finished: “I think that he’ll sign the global ban on small arms, back-door arms control in the United States.
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Dear God, help us replace negative words and thoughts with your words of hope, joy, and peace that we can find in scripture. Amen.
There came a voice to him that said, “What are you doing here, Elijah?” — 1 Kings 19:13 (NRSV)
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Senate passes abortion regulation bill BY LAURA TILLMAN Associated Press
JACKSON — Mississippi lawmakers have passed a bill that would require any doctor performing abortions at an abortion clinic to be a board-certified OB-GYN with admitting privileges at a local hospital. The state’s sole abortion clinic, in Jackson, said the bill could shut them down. Senators passed the bill Wednesday by a large majority, but it was held for the possibility of more debate. It passed the House on March 13. Republican Gov. Phil Bryant said Tuesday that he intends to sign the bill into law once it hits his desk.
Clinic owner Diane Derzis told The Associated Press that all of the physicians on her staff are OB-GYN certified, but only one has admitting privileges to a local hospital. Derzis said it is difficult for the clinic’s doctors to obtain admitting privileges because hospitals usually do not grant this status to out of state physicians. She said the doctors live out of state because they are routinely threatened and stalked for their work. “It takes a real commitment to women’s health at great personal sacrifice,” Derzis said. Derzis said the clinic has a patient transfer
agreement with a local hospital, which ensures a woman will be admitted if needed. University of Mississippi Medical Center spokesman Tom Fortner said that although the hospital will only give admitting privileges physicians on the school’s faculty, they will not deny a patient in urgent need of care. Sen. Kenny Wayne Jones, D-Canton, asked Senate Public Health Committee Chairman Dean Kirby, R-Pearl, whether putting more regulations on the abortion clinic could cause it close, and whether that could then cause women to try to perform their own abortions.
“That’s what we’re trying to stop here, the coathanger abortions,” Kirby said, referring to the abortion clinic. “The purpose of this bill is to stop back-room abortions.” Kirby also told the Senate he believed none of the physicians at the clinic would have met the requirements, which Derzis says is untrue. Sen. Derrick Simmons, D-Greenville, called Kirby unprepared to speak on the bill. “It came up during the debate that Chairman Kirby was considerably uninformed about the facts and data regarding the bill he presented,” Simmons said. Jones, Simmons, Sen.
David Jordan, D-Greenwood, and Sen. John Horhn D-Jackson, are all members of the black caucus and all spoke against the bill. The legislators focused on the issue of gender and racial equality surrounding the abortion issue. “People who have resources can do certain things,” Jordan said, referring to private or out of state abortions that are more accessible to the wealthy. “I’ve got enough gray matter to know that women have got to have the ability to make these decisions themselves.” Jones called the bill a “backroom approach” to taking away women’s rights.
“If you’ve locked a woman in the house, are you protecting her from society, or are you taking her rights away?” Jones asked Kirby. “I think you’re breaking the law,” Kirby replied. Kirby said the purpose of the bill is to increase safety for the state’s women and he is in favor of a woman’s right to choose abortion in case of rape, incest or life endangerment. Bill author Rep. Sam Mims V, R-McComb, said he believes life begins at conception and hopes the bill will result in fewer abortions. Mims said he was “very pleased” the bill had passed the Senate.
Charter school bill fails in House committee BY JEFF AMY Associated Press
JACKSON — Emotions flared Tuesday as a House committee rejected efforts to widen Mississippi’s provisions for charter schools, but the issue was far from dead. Gov. Phil Bryant immediately threatened a special session, and senators tried to figure out if they could tack most or all of the charter language
onto another bill. House Education Committee members voted 16-15 Tuesday to reject Senate Bill 2401, which had earlier passed the Senate, ending a sixday delay as proponents futilely tried to round up votes. Though two Democrats voted for the measure, five crucial Republicans broke ranks to reject the plan. Supporters say char-
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ter schools promise better academics in return for freedom from state rules. Opponents worry they could skim funding and motivated students from poorly performing districts, leaving them worse off. Bryant said he was considering stopping the regular session for a special session. Spokesman Mick Bullock said there was “no definite time-
line” on when the Republican governor might act. “Creating public charter schools is one way to give our children another opportunity to succeed,” Bryant said in a statement. “I am considering calling a special session within the session to give lawmakers additional time to develop a workable public charter school bill. We must stop
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accepting failing schools that do not give kids the opportunities they deserve.” Senate Education Chairman Gray Tollison, R-Oxford, said he would consider amending another bill dealing with the state’s existing, limited, charter law to include a version of the rejected proposal. It wasn’t clear if legislative rules would allow the proposed sys-
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Five former cops sentenced in Katrina killings case BY MICHAEL KUNZELMAN gelhardt said. The judge also quesAND CAIN BURDEAU tioned the credibility of Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — the officers who pleaded Five former New Or- guilty and testified against leans police officers were those who went to trial. “Citing witnesses for sentenced Wednesday to prison terms rang- perjury at this trial would ing from six to 65 years be like handing out for their roles in deadly speeding tickets at the shootings of unarmed Indy 500,” Engelhardt residents in the chaotic said. In particular, the judge days after Hurricane Katrina, with the judge lash- criticized prosecutors for ing out at prosecutors for seeking a 20-year prison two hours on their han- sentence for Kaufman, yet Michael Lohman, dling of the case. Police shot six people who was the highestat the Danzinger Bridge ranking officer at the on Sept. 4, 2005, killing scene of the shooting, two, less than a week af- received four years unter Katrina made landfall. der his deal for pleading To make the shootings guilty to participating in appear justified, officers the cover-up. Engelhardt also quesconspired to plant a gun, fabricate witnesses and tioned about how a forfalsify reports. The case mer detective, Jeffrey became the centerpiece Lehrmann, received a of the Justice Depart- lighter sentence of three ment’s push to clean up years when his role in the the troubled New Or- conspiracy was similar to leans Police Department. Kaufman’s, who got six. “These sentences are, Kenneth Bowen, Robert Gisevius, Anthony in the court’s opinion, Villavaso and Robert blind,” Engelhardt said. One of Kaufman’s Faulcon were convicted of federal firearms charg- attorneys, Steve Lones that carried manda- don, said his client was tory minimum prison pleased the judge sensentences of at least 35 tenced him to a few years years. Retired Sgt. Ar- less than the guidelines, thur “Archie” Kaufman, which had called for who was assigned to in- about eight to 10. “This judge recognized vestigate the shootings, was convicted of helping that the government put orchestrate the cover-up. liars on the stand to tesFaulcon, who was con- tify and convict other victed on charges in both people,” London said. Engelhardt heard fatal shootings, faces the stiffest sentence of 65 several hours of arguyears. Bowen and Gise- ments and testimony vius each face 40 years, earlier Wednesday from defense while Villavaso was sen- prosecutors, tenced to 38. Kaufman attorneys, relatives of received the lightest sen- shooting victims and the officers. Ronald Madison tence at six years. Afterward, U.S. District and 17-year-old James Judge Kurt Engelhardt Brissette died in the accused prosecutors of shootings. “This has been a long cutting overly lenient plea deals with five other offi- and painful six-and-acers who cooperated with half years,” said Lance the civil rights investiga- Madison, whose 40-yeartion. The former officers old, mentally disabled pleaded guilty to helping brother, Ronald, was cover up the shooting and killed at the bridge. “The are already serving prison people of New Orleans terms ranging from three and my family are ready for justice.” to eight years. Madison individually “These through-thelooking-glass plea deals addressed each defenthat tied the hands of this dant, including Faulcon, court ... are an affront to who shot his brother: the court and a disservice “When I look at you, my to the community,” En- pain becomes unbear-
able. You took the life of an angel and basically ripped my heart out.” Madison also said he was horrified by Kaufman’s actions in the cover-up: “You tried to frame me, a man you knew was innocent, and send me to prison for the rest of my life.” Lance Madison was arrested on attempted murder charges after police falsely accused him of shooting at the officers on the bridge. He was jailed for three weeks before a judge freed him. The Rev. Robert Faulcon Sr. told the judge his son “didn’t go looking for trouble.” “He was on duty and he was called to do a job, and that’s what he did to the best of his ability,” the elder Faulcon said. None of the officers addressed the court before they were sentenced. A total of 20 current or former New Orleans police officers have been charged in a series of Justice Department probes, most of which center on actions during the aftermath of Katrina. Eleven of those officers were charged in the Danziger Bridge case, which stunned a city with a long history of police corruption. Katrina struck on Aug. 29, 2005, leading to the collapse of levees and flooding an estimated 80 percent of the city. New Orleans was plunged into chaos as residents who hadn’t evacuated were driven from their homes to whatever high places they could find. Officers who worked in the city at the time but were not charged in the bridge case on Wednesday told Engelhardt of the lawlessness that followed the flood, and that they feared for their lives. On the morning of Sept. 4, one group of residents was crossing the Danziger Bridge in the city’s Gentilly area in search of food and supplies when police arrived. The officers had received calls that shots were being fired. Gunfire reports were common after Katrina.
Romney: Obama running ‘hide-and-seek’ campaign BY DAVID ESPO Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney unleashed a strong attack on President Barack Obama’s truthfulness Wednesday, accusing him of running a “hideand-seek” re-election campaign designed to distract voters from his firstterm record while denying them information about his plans for a second. Addressing an audience of newspaper editors and publishers, Romney said Obama’s recent remarks to Russian President Medvedev on a secondterm arms reduction treaty had called “his candor into question.” Romney, the likely GOP opponent for Obama in November, also accused the president of undergoing “a series of election-year conversions” on taxes, government regulation and energy production. “He does not want to share his real plans before the election, either with the public or with the press,” Romney said. “By flexibility, he means that what the American public doesn’t know won’t hurt him. He is intent on hiding. You and I will have to do the seeking.” Romney himself has been sharply criticized by Rick Santorum and other Republican rivals for changing his own positions on issues ranging from abortion to climate control as part of an attempt to win the backing of conservative primary voters. Earlier this year, he reversed course on the minimum wage to bring his stance in line with party orthodoxy, saying he no longer believes it should rise along with inflation. Romney spoke to the Newspaper Association of America and the Ameri-
can Society of Newspaper Editors as the Republican nominee-in-waiting, his standing confirmed by three primary victories Tuesday night in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C. The former Massachusetts governor holds a commanding lead in delegates to the Republican National Convention and is on a pace to clinch the party’s top prize by the end of the primary season in June. Responding to a question, he declined to say if he would support proposed legislation to protect confidential sources that journalists often rely on. “Do I see a role for confidential sources? Yes. Do I ever see a time when a confidential source would have to be revealed? Yeah, I can see that, too,” he said. And while he joked about sharing the rigors of campaign travel with reporters, he also took a mild swipe at some of the practices they employ. “Frankly, in some of the new media, I find myself missing the presence of editors who exercise quality control. I miss the days of two or more sources for a story — when at least one source was actually named,” he said. The bulk of Romney’s remarks amounted to a rebuttal of sorts to Obama, who spoke from the same stage on Tuesday to the annual meeting of The Associated Press. The president said a newly drafted Republican budget in Congress represented a radical vision. “It is a prescription for decline.” Romney disagreed. He said that instead of laying out plans for a second term, Obama “railed against arguments no one is making — and criti-
cized policies no one is proposing. It’s one of his favorite strategies, setting up straw men to distract from his record.” The Republican highlighted two areas in which he said Obama has been particularly opaque about his plans, one involving presidential comments made recently to Medvedev and the other relating to the future of the government’s largest benefit programs, Social Security and Medicare. Obama told Medvedev in a remark picked up on a microphone that he would have more flexibility to negotiate an arms treaty with Russia after the U.S. election. White House aides have since said it was a statement of the obvious. But Romney said the episode raises questions. “What exactly does President Obama intend to do differently once he is no longer accountable to the voters?” he asked. “With all the challenges the nation faces, this is not the time for President Obama’s hide-and-seek campaign.” As for Medicare and Social Security, Romney said he has outlined plans to preserve both for current or near retirees, with changes to extend the programs for future generations. “I’d be willing to consider the president’s plan, but he doesn’t have one. That’s right, in over three years he has failed to enact or even propose a serious plan to solve our entitlement crisis.” Instead, he said Obama “is the only president to ever cut $500 billion from Medicare. As a result, more than half of doctors say they will cut back on treating seniors.
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Eric M Rutledge, AAMS Financial Advisor
1500 Harper Road Suite 1 Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-1409
Brian S Langley
605 Foote Street Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-4471
Global scorecard 2012
MARKET SUMMARY G
Constellation Brandsâ€™ 4Q
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Weaker wine and beer sales in North America soured Constellation Brandsâ€™ third-quarter results. Did sales trends improve for the worldâ€™s No. 2 winemaker by volume in the ensuing quarter? The company has been pruning methodically for five years to solidify its supremacy in higher-margin wines priced from $5 to $20 a bottle, seeking to revive profits and revenue in a choppy economy. Wall Street predicts Constellation will report a sharp annual decline in earnings today.
20 $20.50 15
based on past 12 monthsâ€™ results Source: FactSet
Jobless claims up?
Thursday, April 5, 2012
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Initial jobless claims In thousand, weekly total The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid is down to 374 the lowest level since April 2008, 370 reflecting improved hiring trends of late. In March, fewer Americans est. 364 363 360 applied for jobless benefits as the 360 month progressed, though econo359 mists are projecting claims rose modestly last week to 360,000. When applications stay below 350 March 375,000 it usually signals that 2 9 16 23 30 hiring is strong enough to lower Source: FactSet the unemployment rate.
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Pier 1â€™s 4Q Brisk early December sales suggested that Pier 1 Importsâ€™ fourth quarter results would be buoyed by holiday business. The home decor retailer signaled early in the December-February quarter that it expected sales momentum to carry on through Christmas. Wall Street anticipates Pier 1 will report an annual increase in revenue today, but flat profit.
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Corinth wins 7-team match BY STEVE BEAVERS firstname.lastname@example.org
RED BAY, Ala. — Corinth blistered the rest of the field in a seven-team match in Alabama. The Warriors captured the match by 32 strokes over runner-up and host school Red Bay on Tuesday. Collin Burns and Alex Tull each turned in an 18-hole score of 75 for CHS. The two Corinth golfers, who were named to the all-tournament team, were just a stroke back of medalists Tyler Rhodes of Central (Ala.) and Austin Sparks of Red Bay. Corinth 305, Red Bay 337, Central (Ala.) 337, Belmont 370, Deshler 387, Tish County 428, Colbert Heights 436, CORINTH (305): Collin Burns 3639 -- 75; Alex Tull 37-38 -- 75; Blake Farris 40-37 -- 77; Noah McQueen 39-38 -- 77; Chase Little 37-41 -- 78; John Mathis 41-38 -- 79.
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Vols’ coaches happy with effort Associated Press
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee’s new-look defense won’t be a finished product by the end of spring practice. Not that the Volunteers are concerned. New defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri, who is implementing a 3-4 scheme, said Wednesday he hopes to have about 80 percent of the defense installed when spring practice ends. “I haven’t scaled anything back,” Sunseri said. “We have an agenda on board. We’re going to attack the agenda and we’re going to be successful doing it.” The Vols have seven new assistant coaches, including the entire defensive staff. The defensive players are quickly
adapting to the new scheme and coaches. “They’ve responded. They’ve done a lot of good things. They’re trying to work hard,” Sunseri said. “It’s a lot of new language for them, but they have given me everything they have. Are they going to learn it overnight? No, they’re not. They’re going to keep on working. We have 15 (spring practices) and that’s the way I look at it.” Sunseri likes the defense’s effort through six practices. He is looking for the unit to play together and with toughness. “This game’s not won by just one person,” he said. “It’s won by a team playing together, doing your job and executing what you’re supposed to
do. There’s 11 guys out there playing against people. If we can win nine out of the 11 matches, we’re going to be successful.” Sunseri said the Volunteers have to be smart. “This game is more than just going and hitting somebody,” he said. “You’ve got to think, you’ve got to know your leverage, you’ve got to play this game with a passion, you’ve got to play this game with knowledge, you’ve got to know the down and distance, you’ve got to know the situation. It’s the total package, and that’s what I want these guys to know.” Sunseri is an energetic and vocal personality, much different than the Vols’ previous defensive coordinator, Justin
Wilcox, who left for the same position at Washington. The players have already made the adjustment. “Coach Sal is a great guy,” junior linebacker Jacques Smith said. “He’s up-tempo. He has a lot of energy and he has a lot of passion for football. That is the type of coach I love. From day one when he introduced himself to the defensive side of the ball ... the guys love him and we are getting along great.” Smith started eight games last season at defensive end, but moved to “Jack” linebacker in the new 3-4 scheme, the spot All-American Courtney Upshaw played under Sunseri with the Crimson Tide. Smith Please see VOLS | 9
Prep Tennis Corinth 4, Shannon 3 Boys Singles: (C) Hank Howell def. (S) Dexter Clay 6-0, 6-2. Girls Singles: (S) Jordan Roberts def. (C) Kelsey Tweddle 6-1, 6-0. Boys Doubles 1: (C) Austin McElwain/Kyle Smith def. (S) David Ogg/ Jordan Trice 6-3, 6-1. Boys Doubles 2: (S) Caleb Smart/ Devin Roe def. (C) Austin Martin/ Brandon Nelk 3-6, 6-1, (7). Girls Doubles 1: (S) Brook Fredrick/Amber Fredrick def. (C) Annalee Hendrick/Shelby McClain 7-6 (5), 6-4. Girls Doubles 2: (C) Taylor Heavner/Madison Mayhall def. (S) Sara Ogg/Catlin Smart 6-4, 6-4. Mixed Doubles: (C) Josh Williams/ Catherine Coleman def. (S) Caleb Ballard/Madison Scott 6-3, 6-1.
Local Schedule Today Baseball Biggersville @ Thrasher, 6 Softball Falkner @ Biggersville, 5 Mooreville @ Corinth, 6 Tennis Nettleton @ Central, 4 Track Golden Bear Relays @ TC Friday Baseball Amory @ Corinth, 7 Ripley @ Central Saturday Baseball Amory @ Kossuth,1 Corinth @ Myrtle, 1 Corinth @ West Union, 4 Oxford @ Central Tish County @ Central Monday, April 9 Softball Biggersville @ Pine Grove, 5 Booneville @ Corinth, 6 Tuesday, April 10 Baseball Biggersville @ Wheeler, 6 Itawamba @ Corinth, 7 Kossuth @ Ripley, 7 Central @ Belmont Softball Corinth @ Tish County, 5 Tennis TCPS @ Central, 4 Thursday, April 12 Softball Jumpertown @ Biggersville, 5 Corinth @ Pontotoc, 6 Tennis Central @ Booneville, 4 Friday, April 13 Baseball Pine Grove @ Biggersville, 6:30 Belmont @ Kossuth, 7 Corinth @ Itawamba, 7 Booneville @ Central Softball Kossuth @ Corinth, 6 Tennis Tish County @ Central, 4 Saturday, April 14 Baseball Wheeler @ Biggersville, 2 Corinth @ Belmont, 6 South Pontotoc @ Kossuth, 7 South Pontotoc @ Central Tennis AC @ South Pontotoc Tourn. Monday, April 16 Baseball Corinth @ Tish County, 6 Blue Mountain @ Biggersville, 7
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HR Leader Northeast Mississippi Community College utility player Ethan Estes of Biggersville will lead the Tigers into Clarksdale today as Northeast makes a trip to take on Coahoma Community College. Estes helped Northeast knock off Coahoma in the second game of the doubleheader on Sunday, March 11 as the Northeast freshman blasted three home runs and accounted for six RBI in a 17-1 rout of the Tigers. Estes currently leads the Tigers in home runs.
Usual turmoil follows Kentucky’s title BY COLIN FLY Associated Press
LEXINGTON, Ky. — It took 14 years for Kentucky to reach title No. 8. To repeat, the Wildcats’ magic number may be seven. That’s how many players coach John Calipari could lose from his roster that helped him win his first national championship. Only freshman forward Kyle Wiltjer is certain to return from the regular rotation. Now that the confetti has been collected and the banner unfurled at Rupp Arena, it’s time for the talent exodus to the NBA while fans debate where this team ranks among Lexington’s other title teams. Kentucky loses seniors Darius Miller and seldom-used Eloy Vargas. The rest — freshmen Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Marquis
Teague and sophomores Doron Lamb and Terrence Jones — are weighing their options on turning pro. Wiltjer said he doesn’t “want to worry about next year right now. We want to enjoy this.” As hard as might want to, the Wildcats can’t just bask in their championship glow. There are already reports Calipari might join his players on the NBA level. The coach spent Wednesday quelling fans’ anxiety that he might be interested in another position — even posting a statement on his website that said, “Relax. Calm down. Enjoy the championship” and affirming that he isn’t planning to leave Kentucky. “I give Cal the room to do what he needs to do and I enjoy working with the guy,” athletic director Mitch Barn-
hart said. “It’s a good relationship. It’s a fun relationship. It’s an easy relationship, and he makes it easy. “He cares about the university and he cares about our state.” The five players who all have decisions to make said after Kentucky’s 67-59 victory over Kansas on Monday night that they’d all take time decide their futures. Both Davis and Kidd-Gilchrist are projected as NBA lottery picks with Jones, Lamb and Teague not far behind. The sixth man, Miller, is also projected to be drafted the late in the first or early in the second. The NCAA says its deadline for players to determine their draft status is April 10, but the NBA’s early withdrawal date is 19 days later. Calipari has encouraged his players to
take the time they need before they decide. “For us to do this when we were No. 1 in the country, took everyone’s best shots and to come back and win ... with four freshmen, two sophomores and a senior? This team accomplished that,” Calipari said. While the team certainly will be remembered as the year Calipari’s methods worked, it’s hard to compare this squad with what’s widely considered the best in school history — the 1996 group known as “The Untouchables.” Those Wildcats finished 34-2 and set the record for margin of victory — 21.5 points — in the NCAA tournament since the field was expanded in 1985. Please see CATS | 9
Baylor hopes to extend perfection another year BY DOUG FEINBERG Associated Press
DENVER — Brittney Griner had barely cut down the championship net when Baylor coach Kim Mulkey began talking about a possible repeat. With the 6-foot-8 superstar coming back for her senior year and the other four starters returning, the Lady Bears will be the heavy favorite to repeat as champions if not go unbeaten for a second straight year. “You’re making me embrace it now instead of letting me enjoy this,” Mulkey said. “Yes, we have everybody back that plays a majority of the minutes. We’ll embrace it,
you guys aren’t going to let me hide it. Mulkey would like nothing better than to get back to the Final Four, which will take place in her home state of Louisiana next year. “If we lose two, three, four, five and we go 30 and 10 I don’t care, I want to be in New Orleans,” she said. “That’s my home state, And I won’t have enough tickets for family, but I’ll do something to get them in the arena. But that’s what we want, another national championship.” Griner was dominant in leading Baylor to the national championship. She had 26 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks to lead the Lady Bears
to an easy 80-61 victory over Notre Dame in the championship game, capping an unparalleled 40-0 season for the Lady Bears. “National championship, I wanted this because this is what our team wanted and this is what we promised coach when we got here,” Griner said. Now she has a chance to join a rare group of superstars who have won two titles. While there has been talk that Griner could go to the WNBA next year, she’s emphatically said she will return for her senior season. “All I know is I’m coming back, for sure I’m coming back,” Griner said. “I’m going
to be right here. I’m waiting for our first team meeting to see what coach has for us.” Whatever Mulkey dreams up, all eyes will be on Griner, who was The Associated Press player of the year and the most outstanding player of the NCAA tournament. The overpowering player with the 88 inch wingspan dunked twice in the tournament, matching Candace Parker for most dunks by a woman in NCAA tournament play and during a college career (seven). Also back will be gifted guard Odyssey Sims, who scored 19 against Notre Dame, and players including Destiny Please see BEARS | 9
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is one of a handful of Vols learning a new position. â€œWeâ€™ll mix them around until we find out who we think is going to be the best. Thatâ€™s the beauty of spring ball,â€? Sunseri said. â€œAt the end, when we get closer to the end, you start putting people where you think they can play and start going with that so they can get ready for fall camp.â€? On the other side of the ball, offensive coordinator Jim Chaney said junior quarterback Tyler Bray is â€œmore confident and calm, and acting a lot more mature.â€? Bray missed five games last season with a broken right thumb on his throwing hand. The Vols will have their first scrimmage of the spring on Friday. The goal is for the players to have few mental errors so they can play fast, allowing coaches to evaluate the team after two weeks of practice. Coaches will be looking for more physical play on both sides of the ball on Friday. Reserve freshman linebacker Christian Harris suffered a torn ACL on Monday. He redshirted last season.
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The current championship squad finished with a margin of victory of 11.8 points per game, but even adding up the biggest lead Kentucky had in all six of its tournament games, the average still wouldnâ€™t equal the group 16 years ago that included nine NBA players, including six firstround picks. â€œItâ€™s two different teams. We beat teams every night by 30 points,â€? said Derek Anderson, who averaged 17.7 points before tearing a left knee ligament midseason on the â€™96 squad. â€œGranted if they played together another two or three years and had two other guys that they could put in, theyâ€™d be better than us. â€œThose teams just donâ€™t stick together long enough to become what we had. We had Tony Delk and Walter McCarty as seniors. Imagine if they had Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as seniors â€” theyâ€™d be the best team youâ€™d ever see in your life.â€? While itâ€™s a near certainty Davis and Kidd-Gilchrist will not return, Kentuckyâ€™s roster next year could be equally loaded when it comes together later this month during the NCAAâ€™s signing period. In November, they inked three of the nationâ€™s top prospects â€” guard Archie Goodwin, forward Alex Poythress and center Willie Cauley. But the two players widely considered the best in the nation are still undecided with Kentucky among their list of finalists in 6-foot-6 guard Shabazz Muhammad and 6-10 center Nerlens Noel.
AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct 24 7 .774 20 8 .714 15 7 .682 16 9 .640 19 12 .613 18 12 .600 16 11 .593 18 15 .545 15 16 .484 11 13 .458 14 18 .438 12 17 .414 10 16 .385 7 22 .241 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pct St. Louis 16 9 .640 San Diego 20 15 .571 San Francisco 18 15 .545 Colorado 17 15 .531 Chicago 17 16 .515 Los Angeles 15 15 .500 Cincinnati 15 17 .469 Milwaukee 15 17 .469 Philadelphia 14 16 .467 Arizona 15 18 .455 Houston 14 17 .452 Miami 11 14 .440 Washington 12 17 .414 Atlanta 10 18 .357 New York 9 20 .310 Pittsburgh 9 20 .310 NOTE: Split-squad games count in the standings; games against nonmajor league teams do not. â€“â€“â€“ Wednesdayâ€™s Games N.Y. Yankees 8, N.Y. Mets 3 Houston 5, Chicago White Sox 5, tie L.A. Angels 8, L.A. Dodgers 3 Arizona 14, Milwaukee 3 Oakland 8, San Francisco 1 Seattle 7, Colorado 2 Kansas City vs. San Diego at Lake Elsinore, Calif., 5:05 p.m. Toronto Detroit Oakland Seattle Los Angeles New York Boston Minnesota Kansas City Baltimore Chicago Texas Tampa Bay Cleveland
National League Todayâ€™s Games St. Louis at Miami (n) Thursdayâ€™s Games Atlanta (Hanson 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (Santana 0-0), 12:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Halladay 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Bedard 0-0), 12:35 p.m. Washington (Strasburg 0-0) at Chicago Cubs (Dempster 0-0), 1:20 p.m. Miami (Buehrle 0-0) at Cincinnati (Cueto 0-0), 3:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 0-0) at San Diego (Volquez 0-0), 6:05 p.m. Fridayâ€™s Games St. Louis at Milwaukee, 3:10 p.m. Colorado at Houston, 6:05 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 6:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 9:05 p.m.
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Thursdayâ€™s Games Boston (Lester 0-0) at Detroit (Verlander 0-0), 12:05 p.m. Toronto (Romero 0-0) at Cleveland (Masterson 0-0), 2:05 p.m. Fridayâ€™s Games Chicago White Sox at Texas, 1:05 p.m. Minnesota at Baltimore, 2:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 2:10 p.m. Kansas City at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m. Seattle at Oakland, 9:05 p.m.
Pro Basketball NBA standings, schedule EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 30 22 .577 â€” Philadelphia 29 24 .547 1Â˝ New York 27 27 .500 4 New Jersey 19 35 .352 12 Toronto 19 35 .352 12 Southeast Division W L Pct GB x-Miami 38 14 .731 â€” Orlando 32 22 .593 7 Atlanta 31 23 .574 8 Washington 12 41 .226 26Â˝ Charlotte 7 44 .137 30Â˝ Central Division W L Pct GB x-Chicago 42 13 .764 â€”
EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF z-N.Y. Rangers 80 51 22 7 109 223 x-Pittsburgh 80 49 25 6 104 273 x-Philadelphia 80 46 25 9 101 260 x-New Jersey 80 46 28 6 98 222 N.Y. Islanders 80 33 36 11 77 195 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF y-Boston 80 47 29 4 98 262 x-Ottawa 80 41 29 10 92 246 Buffalo 80 39 31 10 88 214 Toronto 80 34 36 10 78 227 Montreal 79 29 35 15 73 202 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF Florida 80 37 25 18 92 197 Washington 80 40 32 8 88 214 Winnipeg 80 37 34 9 83 218 Tampa Bay 79 37 35 7 81 227 Carolina 80 32 32 16 80 210 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF y-St. Louis 79 48 21 10 106 204 x-Nashville 80 46 26 8 100 229 x-Detroit 79 47 27 5 99 242 x-Chicago 80 44 26 10 98 244 Columbus 79 27 45 7 61 190 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF y-Vancouver 79 49 21 9 107 239 Colorado 80 41 33 6 88 205 Calgary 80 35 29 16 86 194
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Miscellaneous Transactions BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLBâ€“Suspended Baltimore minor league C Brian Ward (Aberdeen-NYP) 50 games after a second violation for drug of abuse. American League CLEVELAND INDIANSâ€“Agreed to terms with SS Asdrubal Cabrera on a three-year contract. Selected the contracts of INF Jose Lopez and RHP Dan Wheeler from the Columbus (IL). Placed OF Grady Sizemore on the 60-day DL and LHP David Huff on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 30. Designated OF Thomas Neal for assignment. Assigned RHP Jeremy Accardo, C Matt Pagnozzi, INF Gregorio Petit and OF Ryan Spilborghs to Columbus. Sent RHP Rick VanDenHurk outright to Columbus. Released OF Felix Pie. DETROIT TIGERSâ€“Recalled LHP Duane Below from Toledo (IL). Placed RHP Al Alburquerque and RHP Luis Marte on the 15-day DL. MINNESOTA TWINSâ€“Placed RHP Scott Baker on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 27. Optioned RHP Jason Marquis to New Britain (EL). Selected the contracts of RHP Jared Burton and INF Sean Burroughs from Rochester (IL). OAKLAND ATHLETICSâ€“Optioned RHP Tyson Ross to Sacramento (PCL). SEATTLE MARINERSâ€“Optioned LHP Charlie Furbush and OF Carlos Peguero to Tacoma (PCL). TEXAS RANGERSâ€“Optioned OF Julio Borbon to Round Rock (PCL). Placed RHP Yoshinori Tateyama on the 15day DL, retroactive to March 30. Assigned INF Luis Hernandez and LHP Neal Cotts to Round Rock. Selected the contracts of LHP Robbie Ross and INF Alberto Gonzalez from Round Rock. Designated RHP Cody Eppley for assignment. Agreed to terms with RHP Aaron Heilman on a minor league contract. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKSâ€“Sent LHP Mike Zagurski outright to Reno (PCL). Reassigned C Ryan Budde, INF Cody Ransom and OF A.J. Pollock to Reno. Placed INF Stephen Drew on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 26 and RHP Takashi Saito on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 1. ATLANTA BRAVESâ€“Placed RHP Tim
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Golf Masters Tee Times At Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga. a-amateur. Thursday-Friday 6:50 a.m.-9:57 a.m. â€” Craig Stadler, Brendan Steele, Tim Clark 7:01 a.m.-10:08 a.m. â€” Jose Maria Olazabal, Robert Garrigus, a-Randal Lewis 7:12 a.m.-10:19 a.m. â€” Larry Mize, Paul Lawrie, Anders Hansen 7:23 a.m.-10:30 a.m. â€” Ross Fisher, Ryan Palmer, Harrison Frazar 7:34 a.m.-10:41 a.m. â€” Ben
Crenshaw, Robert Karlsson, a-Bryden MacPherson 7:45 a.m.-10:52 a.m. â€” Adam Scott, Bo Van Pelt, Martin Kaymer 7:56 a.m.-11:14 a.m. â€” Steve Stricker, Padraig Harrington, Stewart Cink 8:07 a.m.-1211:25 a.m. â€” Aaron Baddeley, K.T. Kim, Lucas Glover 8:18 a.m.-11:36 a.m. â€” Kyle Stanley, Jason Day, Bill Haas 8:29 a.m.-11:47 a.m. â€” Trevor Immelman, Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose 8:40 a.m.-11:58 a.m. â€” Tom Watson, Johnson Wagner, a-Hideki Matsuyama 9:02 a.m.-12:09 p.m. â€” Matt Kuchar, Geoff Oglilvy, Y.E. Yang 9:13 a.m.-12:20 p.m. â€” Gary Woodland, Henrik Stenson, Alvaro Quiros 9:24 a.m.-12:31 p.m. â€” Charl Schwartzel, Keegan Bradley, a-Kelly Kraft 9:35 a.m.-12:42 p.m. â€” Tiger Woods, Miguel Angel Jimenez, SangMoon Bae 9:46 a.m.-12:53 p.m. â€” Luke Donald, Francesco Molinari, Nick Watney 9:57 a.m.-6:50 a.m. â€” Scott Verplank, Sean Oâ€™Hair, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 10:08 a.m.-7:01 a.m. â€” Mark Oâ€™Meara, Chez Reavie, Martin Laird 10:19 a.m.-7:12 a.m. â€” Sandy Lyle, Simon Dyson, a-Corbin Mills 10:30 a.m.-7:23 a.m. â€” Ian Woosnam, Edoardo Molinari, Kevin Chappell 10:41 a.m.-7:34 a.m. â€” Louis Oosthuizen, Mark Wilson, Graeme McDowell 10:52 a.m.-7:45 a.m. â€” Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter, a-Patrick Cantlay 11:14 a.m.-7:56 a.m. â€” Kevin Na, Fredrik Jacobson, Ben Crane 11:25 a.m.-8:07 a.m. â€” John Senden, Jonthan Byrd, Paul Casey 11:36 a.m.-8:18 a.m. â€” Bernhard Langer, Jason Dufner, Charles Howell III 11:47 a.m.-8:29 a.m. â€” Mike Weir, Brandt Snedeker, Webb Simpson 11:58 a.m.-8:40 a.m. â€” Vijay Singh, Lee Westwood, Jim Furyk 12:09 p.m.-9:02 a.m. â€” Thomas Bjorn, Scott Stallings, Rory Sabbatini 12:20 p.m.-9:13 a.m. â€” Fred Couples, Darren Clarke, Ryo Ishikawa 12:31 p.m.-9:24 a.m. â€” David Toms, K.J. Choi, Sergio Garcia 12:42 p.m.-9:35 a.m. â€” Angel Cabrera, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson 12:53 p.m.-9:46 a.m. â€” Phil Mickelson, Hunter Mahan, Peter Hanson
Auto Racing Racing schedule SPRINT CUP Next race: Texas Samsung Mobile 500, April 14, Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas. Last week: Ryan Newman won at Martinsville to end a 22-race winless streak. He took the lead off the first green-white-checker restart when a three-wide accident took out leaders Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson. A.J. Allmendinger was second. Online: http://www.nascar.com â€“â€“â€“ NATIONWIDE Next race: Oâ€™Reilly Auto Parts 300, April 13, Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas. Last race: Joey Logano gave Joe Gibbs Racing its eighth consecutive Nationwide victory at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., winning March 24. Online: http://www.nascar.com CAMPING WORLD TRUCK Next race: Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200, April 15, Rockingham Speedway, Rockingham, N.C. Last week: Kevin Harvick won the spring race at Martinsville for the third time in the past four years, leading all but two laps. Richard Childress Racing teammate Ty Dillon was second. Online: http://www.nascar.com INDYCAR Next race: Grand Prix of Long Beach, April 15, Streets of Long Beach, Long Beach, Calif. Last week: Team Penskeâ€™s Will Power raced to his second straight victory in the Grand Prix of Alabama, holding off Target Chip Ganassiâ€™s Scott Dixon.
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Bat fans seek volunteers Calling to construct bat homes All BY MELANIE ADDINGTON Associated Press
OXFORD — The Mississippi Bat Working Group is always looking for fellow enthusiasts of the winged creatures to help build habitats. The group recently teamed up with Volunteer Oxford to begin finding volunteers to assist with the nonprofit organization. MBWG, formed in 2001, consists of people interested in biology, conservation, ecology and bat management and their habitats on state, federal and private lands in Mississippi. The group has an annual meeting and annual mist-net event where nets are set up across creeks and bats are caught and identified before being released. “A major objective of the Mississippi Bat Working is to share information and expertise regarding bat conservation and management to all organizations and individuals interested in bats,” National Audobon Society and MBWG member Andrew Schuhmann said. “Members are routinely involved in educational activities and research efforts in order to promote bat conservation in Mississippi.” Bat House Coordinator Shea Staten is in need of volunteers to help with the database to register all bat houses. “We want to reach out to as many Mississippians as possible to promote the conservation of our Mississippi bats. With volunteer efforts, I believe we can construct enough houses to be able to place a bat house in every county in Mississippi. “It will require a lot of work and a lot of help
from volunteers to get the houses constructed, but I believe it can be done,” Staten said. While the eventual goal is to have more than one bat house per county statewide, the start of having all 82 counties with at least one house is a good beginning. Bat houses require specific construction dimensions, as well as specific placement needs, Staten said. “In Mississippi, bat houses can be painted a dark brown, require eight to 10 hours of sunlight, and the entrance should be 10 feet or greater from the ground,” Staten said. “They should also face south to southeast to help meet these sun requirements. A local source of water also plays a role in whether or not a site is suitable for a bat house.” Bat houses are used when bats are booted out of their normal nesting areas. Bat houses are put up to attract the newly evicted bats. Volunteers can help construct bat houses, participate in the database entry and volunteers are also needed to allow houses onto their property. Bat houses require eight to 10 hours of sunlight and should be 10 feet off the ground. Bats are struggling due to a fungal disease discovered in 2006, White Nose Syndrome, or WNS, that has killed more than 5.5 million bats in North America. Mississippi has not yet been hit with the disease, Staten said. “WNS gets its name because of a white fungal growth that appears on the wings, ears and muzzle of bats infected by Geomyces destructans,” Staten said.
“It is a cold weather fungus that affects the bats while they are hibernating and causes them to arouse from their energy saving sleep (also called torpor). “This disease is spread from bat-to-bat by direct contact and humans likely transfer the fungal spores on their shoes and clothing. This is why a lot of caves and known roost sites have been closed off to people, because of fear of introducing WNS to an otherwise uncontaminated area.” WNS has been identified in Alabama, which Staten said is not good news for Mississippi bats. Dismissed as blood suckers or flying rodents, the positive contributions made by bats are rarely praised. But consider this: Bats eat insects and help save the U.S. agricultural industry more than $3.7 billion dollars a year in pest control, Staten said. “Mississippi’s No. 1 industry is agriculture,” Staten said. “A lot of pests that bats eat can impact humans — mosquitoes, cotton bollworms, green stinkbugs and army worms to name a few. Bats have always been allies to us, and it is now time for us to help them before it is too late.” While WNS has not yet affected Lafayette County bats, habitat loss does cause problems. “Habitat loss is still a major problem for bats, especially here in Mississippi,” Staten said. “Loss of mature hardwoods and destruction of riparian zones have been detrimental to bat populations.” Online: Mississippi Bat Working Group, http://www. volunteeroxford.org
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Six years of sobriety ends in uncertainty DEAR ABBY: “Robert” and I met four years ago and fell head-over-heels in love. At the time, he was two years clean and sober and attending meetings. Due to his hectic work schedule, he stopped attending the meetings. Robert is intelligent, a hard worker, handsome and my best friend. He prided himself on his sobriety, so imagine my shock when I found an empty liquor bottle buried in the trash and three more under the bed. I never thought I’d see the day when he would relapse, but he has. I am devastated. I didn’t know what to say to him or how to react, because I have never been down this road. I told Robert I knew he was drinking again. I could barely hold back my tears because I knew what a huge personal setback this
is for him. He said he didn’t want to discuss it, so I didn’t push. am Abigail I What supposed Van Buren to do when Dear Abby the man I love has relapsed? My heart aches for him. I’m trying to be supportive, but I am clueless. Please help. — HELPLESS DEAR HELPLESS: The first thing to do is recognize that this is Robert’s problem, and only he can fix it. If you plan to stay involved with him, understand that it is not unusual for someone with a substance abuse problem to fall off the wagon from time to time. The next thing you should do, and this is important, is
find your nearest chapter of Al-Anon. It’s an organization that was started by the wife of an alcoholic, and its sole purpose is to help the family and friends of alcoholics. The toll-free phone number is 888-425-2666, and it has been mentioned in this column many times. There will be meetings for you to attend so you can learn to avoid falling into the trap of trying to “save” or enable Robert, because in order for him to get better he must experience the consequences of going back to drinking. This is not easy to do with someone you care about, and you will need all of the support you can get. By the way, your letter arrived in the same batch as the one below. It may give you some insight: DEAR ABBY: A few years ago I talked to my
Horoscopes BY HOLIDAY MATHIS Venus and Neptune square off on this eve of the Libra full moon. Normally, this would be a challenging aspect afflicting love relationships everywhere. But if it causes a riff today, it’s likely to be just the kind of tension that will make tomorrow’s full moon in kissand-make-up Libra even more sensational. ARIES (March 21-April 19). You’ll be keenly aware of fortune’s favor. You’ll have an excellent sense of what will be lucky for you. You’ll also note what is likely to be burdensome, and you’ll run in the opposite direction. TAURUS (April 20May 20). Someone cares enough to put on a theatrical show of emotions for you. This may pull at your heartstrings, or it may amuse you. Either way, you’ll find it flattering. GEMINI (May 21June 21). Your reputation precedes you. There’s something in the way others approach you that makes you understand your position anew. This inspires you to do what it takes to keep your public image pristine. CANCER (June 22July 22). Just when you start to feel that life is a super-long road trip, someone dear will take the wheel for a while so you can relax. It’s proof that your people love you for who you are and not strictly for what you can do for them. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The funny thing about sensation is that too much pleasure will quickly become pain -- ha, ha, ha. Moderation is the key to liking what you enjoy
for now and the days to come. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You love your friends and family, but you don’t always want them in your business. Sometimes your door hanger is turned to “Do Not Disturb,” and that’s just how it goes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There is joy and unexpected pleasure to be had by giving in to the wiles and whims of others. Tonight: Be careful not to defend yourself before you’re being attacked. That’s a sure way to show weakness. SCORPIO (Oct. 24Nov. 21). Do you feel an inexplicable pull toward the supernatural world? Your desire to fine-tune your intuitive skills begins with strong hunches and ends with an irresistible wave of feeling. Resistance is futile. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Work presents special challenges. You may experience feelings of jealousy, and if so, they’re something to celebrate. You’re being led to excel in a certain direction. The spirit of competition will keep you sharp. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Clinging to what you want only defeats your efforts. Let go. The old adage is so true: If it’s really yours, set it free, and it will come back to you. The art of detachment will liberate you both. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20Feb. 18). You don’t always know what you’re doing. It’s beautiful -- to those who understand beauty. Life is a creative process, after all. Your ability to improvise will come into play. PISCES (Feb.
19-March 20). Coming up with solutions for the problems of the world seems to be your forte of late. You think no one understands the pressures you are under, but that’s where you’re wrong. Another Pisces can commiserate. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (April 5). Love connections strengthen this year as you create more experiences with loved ones. The next 10 weeks open your eyes and heart in new ways. Take a class in June. It will be such a fortuitous move that you’ll immediately sign on for another. Money in November adds to your holiday enjoyment. Your love signs are Pisces and Taurus. Your lucky numbers are: 7, 30, 22, 13 and 18. FULL MOON EVE ALERT: Tomorrow brings the powerful Libra full moon. The meaning of it touches on many areas of life. For instance, if you happen to be involved in a court case, you could have a major breakthrough tomorrow or a final resolution. And if you’re a diplomat or a politician, you are likely to get a new understanding and awareness of the needs of your constituents. If you’re a dieter, you could finally lose that stubborn pound you’ve been struggling with for weeks. And while these are fantastic bonuses, the real gift of the Libra full moon is even better: love, sweet love. The Libra full moon celebrates love in all its forms. Certainly the love between friends, colleagues, family, a higher spirit and the self are all covered in its glow.
mother about her drinking. She’s a binge drinker and her excuse is always, “It’s my day off.” I am focusing on myself and trying to figure out my life, as well, with the help of Al-Anon -- the only thing that has kept me positive. I knew that once I uttered the word “alcoholic” aloud, my relationship with my mother would forever be affected. I asked her to contact me when she was ready to quit because I can no longer enable her drinking. I miss the mom who doesn’t drink, but I can’t be around her when she does. As I grow in my recovery, I may figure out how to do that. But for now, I need to put space between us. My family is worried something drastic will happen (as her health isn’t good) and I will have regrets. But I have expressed
MSU honor graduates include local students SPECIAL TO THE DAILY CORINTHIAN The following is a list of local Mississippi State University students who graduated fall 2011. Honor graduates include all bachelordegree candidates with exceptional scholastic averages and at least half the total required course hours earned at MSU. Their specific levels of recognition and the minimum required averages for each, based on a 4.0 scale, include: summa
1st Grade All A’s: Hunter Johnson, Amelia Lancaster, Drew Rowsey; A’s & B’s: Jadyn Brown, Thailor Carpenter, Danielle Crum, William Godwin, Anahi Rivera, Donovan Shelley, Jacquillia Sorrell, Elijah White, Austin Wilbanks 2nd Grade All A’s: Haley Dooley, Mollie Michael, Dylan Rowsey A’s & B’s: Ania Ambrocio, Devin Bullock, Goldee Butler, Elijah Glidewell, Jimmy Harpole, Madison Holland, Jarell Jones, Taylor Mitchell, Dwight Montgomery, Rafael Rorie, Hannah Seago, Aisha Stovall, Aidan Switcher, Joseph Turner, Tyler Walker 3rd Grade All A’s: Cole Baggett, Jack Eaton, Ward Johnson A’s & B’s: Goldman But-
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cum laude, 3.80; magna cum laude, 3.60; and cum laude, 3.40. The academic honors are recorded on the graduates’ diplomas and permanent records, as well as in the commencement program. The students include Kaley Bostick, Corinth, College of Arts & Sciences, MPPA; Ross Keenum, Glen, Bagley College of Engineering, BS; Nicole McCurry, Corinth, College of Arts & Sciences, BA; Hollie Phillips, Corinth, Adkerson School of Accountancy, BACC, summa cum laude; and Iver Vandiver, College of Education, BS.
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my thoughts and accepted that Mom and I may never speak again. Is that wrong? — STILL A LOVING DAUGHTER IN WISCONSIN DEAR STILL A LOVING DAUGHTER: No, it’s not wrong. Your mother’s binge drinking was affecting her health as well as her relationship with you, and while it may have been difficult and wrenching, it was the right thing to do -- for both of you. Let’s hope that your strength in doing that will give her the strength to stop her alcohol binges. (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.)
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Today in History April 5, 1989 Orel Hershiser ends his 59 consecutive scoreless pitched inning streak April 5, 1989 Solidarity grants legal status in Poland April 5, 1990 John Stockton reaches 1000-assist mark for NBA record 3 yrs in a row April 5, 1990 NY Rangers beat NY Islanders 2-1 in 1st game of preliminary April 5, 1990 Paul Newman wins a court victory over Julius Gold, to keep giving all profits from Newman foods to charity April 5, 1991 Joe Dumaars (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 62 games April 5, 1991 Kitty Kelly publishes a book knocking Nancy Reagan April 5, 1991 Southeast Airlines Embracer 120 crashes in Georgia, killing 23 April 5, 1991 Space Shuttle STS 37 (Atlantis 8) launched April 5, 1991 US begins air drops to Kurd refugees in Northern Iraq April 5, 1992 “Search & Destroy” closes at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 46 perfs April 5, 1992 11th NCAA Women’s Basketball Champion: Stanford beats Western Ky 78-62 April 5, 1992 4th Seniors Golf Tradition: Lee Trevino April 5, 1992 Dana Lofland wins Las Vegas LPGA Golf International April 5, 1992 Game 2 of Mayor Challenge - NY Yankees sweep NY Mets 6-5 at Shea April 5, 1992 Peru’s Pres Alberto Fujimori suspend constitution & dissolved Congress April 5, 1992 Thailand General Suchinda Kraprayoon installed as president April 5, 1992 Wrestlemania VIII, 62,167 at Hoosier Dome, Hulk Hogan DQs Sid Justice April 5, 1993 55th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: NC beats Michigan 77-71
IS THERE LIFE AFTER DEATH? People across the world have hope of living again. Indians who settled in this country believed in a “happy hunting ground”. Have we studied for ourselves to see whether or not there is life after death? Job asked the question. “If a man die, shall he live again ... “(Job 14:14)? Common sense and reason teaches that man will live again. Since men have desired to live again, there must be some basis for this belief: Should we be concerned about the way that we live if there is life after death? Paul answered this question for us in Galatians 6:7-8. “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his ﬂesh shall of the ﬂesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life Everlasting”. The Bible teaches that man has a creator, sustainer and preserver. “For in him we live, and move” and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring” (Acts 17:28). God made man in His own image according to Genesis 1:27. “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them”. God is a Spirit and he created man with a spirit. “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth” (John 4:24). Paul knew there was life after death. “For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens” (2 Cor 5:1). The wicked will be punished and the righteous will enjoy eternal life. “And these shall go away, into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal” (Matt 25:46). Peter, James and John saw Moses and Elias on the mount of transﬁguration who had been dead for years talking with Christ (Matt. 7:1-3). We will be alive beyond the grave, but where will depend upon us.
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Girl Scouts Troop 486 members are (sitting, from left) Monica Hutchens, Kate Mitchell and Alissa Ann Williams; (standing, from left) Erin Hutchens, Alyssa Park, Avery Shappley, Kimball Beck, Ashley Flowers and Lindsey Miller.
Loweâ€™s garden center employees Ric Tiebe and Amy Peacher assisted the Girl Scouts with their project. Loweâ€™s provided a Hometown Heroâ€™s Award grant to pay for necessary supplies.
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â€œTheyâ€™re a really good group of mothers and girls,â€? she said. â€œWe wouldnâ€™t have been able to do it without the things their mothers did.â€? Since winning the Silver Award, the girls in Troop 486 have decided to move on to the next level and work toward the Gold Award â€” the highest award in Girls Scouting. â€œTheyâ€™ve already started the process for going Gold,â€? said Flowers.
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0240 Skilled Trade THE INTERNATIONAL Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 852 and the Corinth/Tupelo, MS Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee are accepting applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, must have 1 year Algebra, and must bring copy of High School diploma or G.E.D., High School transcripts and birth certificate. No discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex or age. Applicants will be accepted anytime Monday through Friday, 9-12 at 105 North Madison Street, Corinth, MS. 662-286-2897.
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ANTIQUE COUNTRY BLUE lamps, $250 each or $475 for both. obo 731-645-6069. CHILDS PLASTIC safety doorway gate, asking $10. 462-4229 b/f 9 pm. DISH NETWORK 322, dual TV satellite receiver with 2 remotes, $40. 286-3039. DOUBLE WINDOW fan, 11x24, $25. 662-415-8180. ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR, Jazzy selects 6, 1 yr old, like new, charged up & ready to use. $450. 662-415-1626 ENT. CENTER with bar & 5 stools, $995; Floor lamp, $50; Christmas tree, 6 1/2 ft., artificial, $25. 731-645-6069. EXTERIOR GLASS door, 36x81, $50. 662-287-1184. FOR SALE: Infants pack and play, $25. Call 462-4229 b/f 9 pm. FOR SALE: size 8 white flower girl dress $75 (dress worn only 1 time) Call 462-4229 b/f 9 pm. FREE ADVERTISING. Advertise any item valued at $500 or less for free. The ads must be for private party or personal merchandise and will exclude pets & pet supplies, livestock (incl. chickens, ducks, cattle, goats, etc), garage sales, hay, firewood, & automobiles . To take advantage of this program, readers should simply email their ad to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail the ad to Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835. Please include your address for our records. Each ad may include only one item, the item must be priced in the ad and the price must be $500 or less. Ads may be up to approximately 20 words including the phone number and will run for five days.
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use and benefit of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., which Deed of Trust is on file and of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, in Deed of Trust Book as Instrument No. 200506563 thereof; and
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HUD PUBLISHERâ€™S NOTICE All real estate adverHOLDER ACCOUNTING tised FIRMherein is subject Free Electronic Fair Filing with paid preparation. â€˘ Electronic Filingto the Federal Housing Act which tax preparation. Fully computerized Â™6ji]dg^oZY>GH":ĂƒaZEgdk^YZgÂ™ â€˘ Refund Anticipation Loans makes it illegal to adÂ™:aZXigdc^X;^a^c\Â™ Office Hours: vertise any preference, â€˘ Audit Representation Mon.-Fri. 8am-8pm 8dbejiZgegZeVgZYiVmgZijgch limitation, or discrimiSat. 9am-5pm â€˘ Authorized IRS E-File >cY^k^YjVa!8dgedgViZ nation based on race, Sun. By appt. only Provider EVgicZgh]^e color, religion, 2003 Hwy. sex, 72 E., Corinth 286-1040 familial status =djgh/-"+B";HVi#-"&' (Old Junkers Parlar) Open all Year handicap, or national origin, or inDeZcnZVg"gdjcY 508 W. Chambers St., Booneville â€˘ 728-1080 1407 Harper Rd. tention to make any &+%)H=VgeZgGYÂ™8dg^ci]!BH 1411-A City Ave., N. Ripley â€˘ 662-512-5829 such preferences, limi662-286-9946 tations ++'"'-,"&..* 1407discriminaBattleground Dr., luka â€˘ 662-423-3864 or tion. Homes for dislaws forbid Mobile Homes 0710 Sale REAL ESTATE FOR SALE State TRANSPORTATION crimination in the sale, 0741 for Sale rental, or advertising of NEW 2 BR Homes real estate based on Del. & setup 0832 Motorcycles factors in addition to $25,950.00 Homes for those protected under 1986 HONDA Rebel, 0710 Sale Clayton Homes federal law. We will not black, $2000 obo. knowingly accept any Supercenter of Corinth, 662-594-5788. HUD advertising for real es- 1/4 mile past hospital PUBLISHERâ€™S on 72 West. Auto/Truck tate which is in violaNOTICE 0848 Parts & All real estate adver- tion of the law. All pertised herein is subject sons are hereby inAccessories to the Federal Fair formed that all dwell- NEW 3 BR, 1 BA HOMES SPORTSMAN CAMO seat Del. & setup Housing Act which ings advertised are covers for Chevy 03-06, $29,950.00 makes it illegal to ad- available on an equal Clayton Homes Mossy Oak Shadowvertise any preference, opportunity basis. Supercenter of Corinth g r a s s , $200. limitation, or discrimi- 3 BR, 2 BA, 2600 sq. ft., 1 1/4 mile past hospital 662-808-1454. on 72 West. nation based on race, acre, Kossuth Sch. Dist. color, religion, sex, $159,000. 287-2735 or handicap, familial status 415-6723. or national origin, or in- NEW LISTING! Kossuth NEW 4 BR, 2 BA home Del. & setup tention to make any Area, $118,000. 1681 sq. $44,500 such preferences, limi- ft. brick on 4-level acres Clayton Homes tations or discrimina- w/720 sq. ft. shop. Supercenter of tion. Move-in ready. Call Corinth, 1/4 mi. past State laws forbid dis- T a m m y @ hospital on 72 West crimination in the sale, 662-284-7345/Corinth 662-287-4600 rental, or advertising of Realty to see and buy! real estate based on Services factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.
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WHEREAS, said Deed of Advertise Your Advertise Yourassigned Trust was ultimately to Bank of America, N.A. sucby merger to BAC Tax Service Here Taxcessor Service Here Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide for for Home Loans Servicing, LP, by assignment SUBSTITUTE on file and of record in the $90 A Month. $90 TRUSTEE'S officeAof Month. the Chancery Clerk NOTICE OF SALE Alcorn County, Mississippi, Call 287-6147 for Callofas287-6147 for Instrument No. 201200714 WHEREAS, on the 26th thereof; and day of July, 2005, Sular H. more details. more WHEREAS, details.the legal Lumpkin, executed a Deed of
Trust ReconTrust Com0955 toLegals pany, N.A. , Trustee for the use and benefit of Mortgage '08 CHEVY HHR LT, ltr, Electronic Registration Sysmoon roof, 33k, $11,900. tems, Inc., which Deed of SPORTSMAN CAMO seat o r Trust is on file and of record covers for Chevy 95-98, 1 - 8 0 0 - 8 9 8 - 0 2 9 0 728-5381. in the office of the Chancery Realtree AP, $200. Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis662-808-1454. sissippi, in Deed of Trust FINANCIAL Book as Instrument No. 0860 Vans for Sale 200506563 thereof; and
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holder of the said Deed of 0955 Legals Trust and the note secured thereby, substituted Bradley P. Jones, as Trustee therein, as authorized by the terms thereof, by instrument recorded in the office of the aforesaid Chancery Clerk as Instrument No. 201201197 thereof; and
WHEREAS, default having WHEREAS, said Deed of been made in the performTrust was ultimately assigned ance of the conditions and LEGALS to Bank of America, N.A. suc- stipulations as set forth by cessor by merger to BAC said Deed of Trust, and havHome Loans Servicing, LP fka ing been requested by the leTrucks for Countrywide Home Loans gal holder of the indebtedness 0955 Legals 0864 Sale Servicing, LP, by assignment secured and described by said SUBSTITUTE on file and of record in the Deed of Trust so to do, no'05 GMC Crew Cab LTR, TRUSTEE'S office of the Chancery Clerk tice is hereby given that I, 38k, #1419. $16,900. NOTICE OF SALE of Alcorn County, Mississippi, Bradley P. Jones, Substitute 1-800-898-0290 or as Instrument No. 201200714 Trustee, by virtue of the 728-5381. WHEREAS, on the 26th thereof; and authority conferred upon me day of July, 2005, Sular H. in said Deed of Trust, will ofWHEREAS, the legal fer for sale and will sell at '08 DODGE RAM 1500, Lumpkin, executed a Deed of 4x4, crew cab, red, Trust to ReconTrust Com- holder of the said Deed of public sale and outcry to the $23,400. 1-800-898-0290 pany, N.A. , Trustee for the Trust and the note secured highest and best bidder for use and benefit of Mortgage thereby, substituted Bradley cash, during the legal hours or 728-5381. Electronic Registration Sys- P. Jones, as Trustee therein, (between the hours of 11 tems, Inc., which Deed of as authorized by the terms o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock Trust is on file and of record thereof, by instrument re- p.m.) at the South front door in the office of the Chancery corded in the office of the of the County Courthouse of Clerk of Alcorn County, Mis- aforesaid Chancery Clerk as Alcorn County, at Corinth, sissippi, in Deed of Trust Instrument No. 201201197 Mississippi, on the 26th day of Book as Instrument No. thereof; and April, 2012, the following de200506563 thereof; and scribed land and property beWHEREAS, default having ing the same land and propWHEREAS, said Deed of been made in the perform- erty described in said Deed of Trust was ultimately assigned ance of the conditions and Trust, situated in Alcorn to Bank of America, N.A. suc- stipulations as set forth by County, State of Mississippi, cessor by merger to BAC said Deed of Trust, and hav- to-wit: Home Loans Servicing, LP fka ing been requested by the leCountrywide Home Loans gal holder of the indebtedness Lots 10 and 11 of Block 663 Servicing, LP, by assignment secured and described by said of Anderson`s Addition to on file and of record in the Deed of Trust so to do, no- the City of Corinth, Alcorn office of the Chancery Clerk tice is hereby given that I, County, Mississippi, said lots of Alcorn County, Mississippi, Bradley P. Jones, Substitute fronting 50 feet each on Craas Instrument No. 201200714 Trustee, by virtue of the ter Street and extending East authority conferred upon me from Crater Street 141 feet thereof; and in said Deed of Trust, will of- to the center of said Block; WHEREAS, the legal fer for sale and will sell at the two lots conveyed hereby holder of the said Deed of public sale and outcry to the being in the aggregate 100 Trust and the note secured highest and best bidder for feet North and South and 141 thereby, substituted Bradley cash, during the legal hours feet East and West and being P. Jones, as Trustee therein, (between the hours of 11 particularly described as folas authorized by the terms o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock lows: Beginning at the Norththereof, by instrument re- p.m.) at the South front door west corner of Block 663 of corded in the office of the of the County Courthouse of Anderson`s Addition run aforesaid Chancery Clerk as Alcorn County, at Corinth, South along the West boundInstrument No. 201201197 Mississippi, on the 26th day of ary line of said Block 50 feet April, 2012, the following de- for a true beginning point; thereof; and YOUR LOWEST BID South 100 feet; thence scribed land and propertySELDOM be- thence YOUR HIGHEST QUALITY 141 feet; thence North WHEREAS, default having ing the same land andALWAYS prop- East been made in the perform- erty described in said Deed of 100 feet; thence West 141 ance of the conditions and Trust, situated in Alcorn feet to the true beginning stipulations as set forth by County, State of Mississippi, point. said Deed of Trust, and hav- to-wit: Being the same property as ing been requested by the leâ€˘ SAME # & ADDRESS 1975 conveyed to SularSINCE H. Lumpkin gal holder of the indebtedness Lots 10 and 11 of Block 663PHONE â€˘ LIFETIME WARRANTIED OWENS Lumpkin and CORNING Lumpkin secured and described by said of Anderson`s Addition to from W/TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY Estate Investment, Inc., Deed of Trust so to do, notheOf CityYour of Corinth, SHINGLES Alcorn Real Taking Care (NO April SECONDS) 1, 1996, Recorded tice is hereby given that I, County, Mississippi, said lots dated â€˘ METAL, TORCHDOWN, EPDM, SLATE, TILE, Lawn Care Needs Bradley P. Jones, Substitute fronting 50 feet each on Cra- April 3, 1996, in Book 281, SHAKES, 202,COATINGS. in said office of the Trustee, by virtue of the ter Street and extending East Page â€˘ LEAK SPECIALIST Clerk of Alcorn authority conferred upon me from Crater Street 141 feet Chancery WE INSTALL SKYLIGHTS in said Deed of Trust, will of- to the center of said Block; County, Mississippi. & DO CARPENTRY WORK fer for sale and will sell at the two lots conveyed hereby Title to the above depublic sale and outcry to the being in the aggregate 100 highest and best bidder for feet North and South and 141 scribed property is believed cash, during the legal hours feet East and West and being to be good, but I will convey (between the hours of 11 particularly described as fol- only such title as is vested in JIM BERRY, o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock lows: Beginning at the North- me as Substitute Trustee. of p.m.) at the South front door west corner of Block 663OWNER/INSTALLER WITNESS my signature, of the County Courthouse of Anderson`s Addition run Alcorn County, at Corinth, South along the West bound- on this the 28th day of Mississippi, on the 26th day of ary line of said Block 50 feet March, 2012. April, 2012, the following de- for a true beginning point; scribed land and property be- thence South 100 feet; thence ing the same land and prop- East 141 feet; thence North BRADLEY P. JONES erty described in said Deed of 100 feet; thence West 141 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Trust, situated in Alcorn feet to the true beginning County, State of Mississippi, PREPARED BY: Laminate Flooringpoint. Â˘ Â˘Sq.Â˘ ADAMS & EDENS to-wit: Best Selection ..........Being the to same Ft.property as POST OFFICE BOX 400 Lots 10 and Shingles 11 of Block 663 conveyed to Sular H. Lumpkin BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI $ 95 from Lumpkin and Lumpkin 39043 of Anderson`s Addition Reg. to $79.95 Sq. Architectural .......... the City of Corinth, Alcorn Real Estate Investment, Inc., (601) 825-9508 Laminate Flooring Â˘Sq. Recorded A&E File #12-00565 County, Mississippi, said lots dated April 1, 1996, 20 Yr. Warranty...................................................... fronting 50 feet each on Cra- April 3, 1996, in Ft. Book 281, ter Street and extending East Page 202, in said office of the PUBLISH: 04/05/2012, $ 95 Clerk of Alcorn 04/12/2012, 04/19/2012 from CraterMasonite Street 141 feet 4x8Chancery Siding Sheet .... to the center of said Block; County, Mississippi. 13656 $ 95 the two lots conveyed hereby Roll Roofi ng Sq. .......................... Title to the above debeing in the aggregate 100 feet North and South and 141 scribed property is believed (5 additional acres with lake $ 95 feet East andWeedeaters West and being to.............. be good, but I will convey can be purchased) Reg. $89.95 particularly described as fol- only such title as is vested in lows: Beginning at the North- me as Substitute $ 95Ea.Trustee. Plywood west cornerPine of Block 663 Â˝â€? of4x8 ................ email@example.com Anderson`sTile Addition WITNESS my signature, Porcelainrun & servicemasterrestorationcleaning.com Â˘ the Â˘28th Â˘Sq. South along the West bound- on this day of Ft. ........................ to Ceramic ary line of said Block 50 feet March, 2012. Handicap for a true beginning point; $ 95 thence SouthCommodes 100 feet; thence Reg. $89.95................ East 141 feet; thence North BRADLEY P. JONES $SUBSTITUTE 95 TRUSTEE 100 feet; thence West 141 White & Bronze . feet to theStorm true Doors beginning point. PREPARED $ BY:95 Vent-A-Hood Reg. 69.95ADAMS ............. & EDENS Being the same property as POST OFFICE BOX 400 conveyed to Gas Sular H. Lumpkin BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI $ 95 ................... Water from Lumpkin andHeaters Lumpkin 39043 Real Estate Electric Investment, Inc., (601) 825-9508 95 dated April 1, 1996, Recorded A&E$File #12-00565 Water Heaters ................... April 3, 1996, in Book 281, Page 202, in said office of the PUBLISH: $ 04/05/2012, 95 Chancery Clerk Alcorn 04/12/2012, 04/19/2012 Ea. T-111 of Siding 4x8......................... County, Mississippi. 13656
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in said Deed of Trust, will offer for sale and will sell at public sale and outcry to the 0955 Legals highest and best bidder for cash, during the legal hours (between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m.) at the South front door of the County Courthouse of Alcorn County, at Corinth, Mississippi, on the 26th day of April, 2012, the following described land and property being the same land and property described in said Deed of Trust, situated in Alcorn County, State of Mississippi, to-wit:
Lots 10 and 11 of Block 663 of Anderson`s Addition to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, said lots fronting 50 feet each on Crater Street and extending East from Crater Street 141 feet to the center of said Block; the two lots conveyed hereby being in the aggregate 100 feet North and South and 141 feet East and West and being particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of Block 663 of Anderson`s Addition run South along the West boundary line of said Block 50 feet for a true beginning point; thence South 100 feet; thence East 141 feet; thence North 100 feet; thence West 141 feet to the true beginning point.
Being the same property as conveyed to Sular H. Lumpkin from Lumpkin and Lumpkin Real Estate Investment, Inc., dated April 1, 1996, Recorded April 3, 1996, in Book 281, Page 202, in said office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi.
Title to the above described property is believed to be good, but I will convey only such title as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee.
WITNESS my signature, on this the 28th day of March, 2012.
tional Mortgage Association only such title as is vested in has heretofore substituted J. me as Substitute Trustee. Gary Massey as Trustee by instrument dated March 6, Legalsmy signature, 2012 0955WITNESS Legals 0955 and recorded in the on this the 28th day of aforesaid Chancery Clerk's March, 2012. Office in Instrument No. 201201311; and
Central Subdivision, but which has an unrecorded plat and being more particularly described as follows:
run along the North right of way line of said Public Road the following: South 50 degrees 15 minutes 37 seconds Legalsfeet; South 40 0955119.234 West degrees 41 minutes 34 seconds West 67.038 feet; South 83 degrees 02 minutes 04 seconds West 159.896 feet to an iron pin set; thence leaving the North right of way line of said public road, run North 160.939 feet to an iron pin set; thence run North 52 degrees 45 minutes 00 second East 337.000 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.463 acres, more or less.
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by any bidder who fails to
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proposal. The Bid Bond, if used, shall be payable to the 0955 Legals Owner. Bonds on the pro- 0955 Legals ject must be received on or before the period scheduled IN THE CHANCERY for the project and no bid COURT OF ALCORN may be withdrawn after the COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI scheduled closing time for the project. Bids must be firm for Corinth School District Historic Door Renovations at a period of forty-five (45) RE: LAST WILL AND days after the scheduled time TESTAMENT OF Corinth Junior High School JAMES E. MARSH, Corinth, Mississippi of opening. DECEASED Pryor & Morrow Project PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT BOND: A one hundred perNumber: 2012517 cent (100%) NO. 2012-0174-02 NOTE: This project is Performance-Payment Bond funded in part by the Ameri- issued by a surety company NOTICE TO CREDITORS can Recovery and Reinvest- authorized to do business in the State of Mississippi will be ment Act (ARRA) of 2009. NOTICE is hereby given required within ten (10) days Contract documents may be after the successful bidder has that Letters Testamentary obtained from PRYOR & been notified of the award of have been on this day granted to the undersigned, Janice S. MORROW ARCHITECTS the contract to him. Knighton and Linda D. HarAND ENGINEERS, P.A., P.O. Box 7066, 1150 South Green CERTIFICATE OF RESPON- din, on the estate of James E. Street, Suite F (38804), Tu- SIBILITY: All bids submitted Marsh, deceased, by the pelo, Mississippi 38802-7066; by a prime or subcontractor Chancery Court of Alcorn telephone: (662) 840-8062; for public works or public County, Mississippi, and all projects where said bid is in persons having claims against fax: (662) 840-8092. excess of fifty thousand dol- said estate are required to A deposit of $100.00 is re- lars ($50,000.00) to perform have the same probated and quired. Bid preparation will contracts enumerated in Sec- registered by the Clerk of be in accordance with Section tion 31-3-21, Mississippi Code said Court within ninety (90) 00200 – Instructions to Bid- of 1972, shall contain on the days after the date of the first ders, bound in the Project outside or exterior of the en- publication of this notice or velope or container of such the same shall be forever Manual. bid the contractor’s current barred. The first day of the BID GUARANTEE: Propos- certificate number. No bid publication of this notice is als shall be submitted with shall be opened or considered the 29th day of March, 2012. Proposal Security in the form unless such contractor’s curWITNESS our signatures of Certified Check or accept- rent certificate number apable Bid Bond in an amount pears on the outside or exte- on this 28th day of March, equal to at least five percent rior of said envelope or con- 2012. (5%) of the base bid; such se- tainer or unless there appears curity is to be forfeited as liq- a statement on the outside or JANICE S. KNIGHTON uidated damages, not penalty, exterior of such envelope or LINDA D. HARDIN by any bidder who fails to container to the effect that carry out the terms of the the bid enclosed therewith JOINT EXECUTRICES proposal. The Bid Bond, if does not exceed fifty thouOF THE ESTATE OF used, shall be payable to the sand dollars ($50,000.00). JAMES E. MARSH Owner. Bonds on the project must be received on or The Owner reserves the right 3t 3/29, 4/5, 4/12/12 before the period scheduled to reject any or all bids and 13652 for the project and no bid to waive irregularities. may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for the Publish: project. Bids must be firm for Thursday, April 5, 2012 a period of forty-five (45) Thursday, April 12, 2012 days after the scheduled time 13659 of opening. Sealed bids will be received in Legals 0955office the of the Corinth School District, 1204 North Harper Road, Corinth, Mississippi 38834, until 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, for:
Commence at the Northeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter of Section 23 Township 2 South, Range 8 East, BRADLEY P. JONES WHEREAS, default having Alcorn County, Mississippi; SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE been made in the terms and thence run South along the conditions of said deed of East boundary line of said PREPARED BY: trust and the entire debt se- Section 483.000 feet to the ADAMS & EDENS cured thereby having been intersection of the East POST OFFICE BOX 400 declared to be due and pay- boundary line of said Section BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI able in accordance with the line with the North boundary 39043 terms of said deed of trust, line of the above referenced (601) 825-9508 Federal National Mortgage unrecorded subdivision; A&E File #12-00565 Association, the legal holder thence run along the North of said indebtedness, having boundary line of said unre- The above described tract is a PUBLISH: 04/05/2012, requested the undersigned corded subdivision the fol- part of lots 45 and 46 of 04/12/2012, 04/19/2012 Substituted Trustee to exe- lowing: North 55 degrees 00 South Central Subdivision, an 13656 cute the trust and sell said minute 00 second West unrecorded subdivision. land and property in accor- 90.000 feet; North 59 dedance with the terms of said grees 45 minutes 00 second I WILL CONVEY only SUBSTITUTED deed of trust and for the pur- West 240.000 feet; South 76 such title as vested in me as TRUSTEE'S pose of raising the sums due degrees 00 minute 00 second Substituted Trustee. NOTICE OF SALE thereunder, together with at- West 244.000 feet; North 88 torney's fees, trustee's fees degrees 20 minutes 00 secWITNESS MY SIGNAWHEREAS, on February and expense of sale. ond West 115.000 feet; South TURE on this 30th day of 26, 2007, Karen Kingen exe78 degrees 00 minute 00 sec- March, 2012. cuted a certain deed of trust NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. ond West 130.000 feet; to Lenders First Choice, Gary Massey, Substituted North 88 degrees 45 minutes J. Gary Massey Trustee for the benefit of Trustee in said deed of trust, 00 second West 93.000 feet; SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE Mortgage Electronic Registra- will on April 26, 2012 offer South 79 degrees 00 minute tion Systems, Inc., as nomi- for sale at public outcry and 00 second West 238.000 feet; nee for Home Loan Center, sell within legal hours (being South 60 degrees 00 minute Shapiro & Massey, L.L.C. Inc. dba Lending Tree Loans between the hours of 11:00 00 second West 119.000 feet; which deed of trust is of re- a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at the South 72 degrees 00 minute 1910 Lakeland Drive cord in the office of the South Main Door of the 00 second West 119.000 feet; Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County Courthouse of Al- South 81 degrees 00 minute Suite B County, State of Mississippi in corn County, located at Cor- 00 second West 414.000 feet; Instrument No. 200701139; inth, Mississippi, to the high- South 54 degrees 45 minutes Jackson, MS 39216 and est and best bidder for cash 00 second West 130.000 feet; (601)981-9299 the following described prop- South 42 degrees 00 minute WHEREAS, said Deed of erty situated in Alcorn 00 second West 90.000 feet 102 County Road 249 Trust was subsequently as- County, State of Mississippi, to an iron pin set for the signed to Federal National to-wit: point of beginning; thence Glen, MS 38846 Mortgage Association by inleaving the North boundary 12-004337 DT strument dated February 3, A 1.463 acre tract, lying and line of said unrecorded subdi2012 and recorded in Instru- being in the North Half (1/2) vision, run South 06 degrees Publication Dates: ment No. 201200882 of the of the Southwest Quarter of 45 minutes 00 second East April 5, 12 and 19, 2012 aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Section 23, Township 2 220.000 feet to an iron pipe 13658 South, Range 8 East, Alcorn found on the North right of office; and SECTION 00100 County, Mississippi, in a sub- way line of Alcorn County WHEREAS, Federal Na- division identified as South Public Road No. 249; thence Advertisement For bids tional Mortgage Association Central Subdivision, but run along the North right of has heretofore substituted J. which has an unrecorded plat way line of said Public Road NOTICE TO BIDDERS Gary Massey as Trustee by in- and being more particularly the following: South 50 destrument dated March 6, described as follows: grees 15 minutes 37 seconds Sealed bids will be received in 2012 and recorded in the West 119.234 feet; South 40 the office of the Corinth aforesaid Chancery Clerk's Commence at the Northeast degrees 41 minutes 34 sec- School District, 1204 North Office in Instrument No. Corner of the Southwest onds West 67.038 feet; South Harper Road, Corinth, MissisQuarter of Section 23 Town- 83 degrees 02 minutes 04 sippi 38834, until 2:00 p.m.Auto Services 201201311; and ship 2 South, Range 8 East, seconds West 159.896 feet to on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, for: PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT WHEREAS, default having Alcorn County, Mississippi; an iron pin set; thence leaving BOND: A one hundred perbeen made in the terms and thence run South along the the North right of way line of Corinth School District cent (100%) conditions of said deed of East boundary line of said said public road, run North Historic Door Renovations at Performance-Payment Bond truck, tractor,bymotorcycle, RV & ATV here for $39.95 UNTIL SOLD! Here’s How It Works: trust and the entire debt se- Section 483.000 feet to the 160.939 feet to an Put a surety company Corinth Junior High SUV, Schoolboat, issued ironyour pin automobile, cured thereby having been intersection of the East set; thence run North 52 de- Corinth, Mississippi authorized to do business in Your ad will be composed 1 column wide deep.willThe declared to be due and pay- boundary line of said Section grees 45 minutes 00 the and State2ofinches Mississippi be ad will run each day in the Daily Corinthian until your second Project able in accordance with the line with the North boundary East 337.000 feet to the point required within ten days You provide the photo. Certain restrictions apply. vehiclePryor sells.&AdMorrow must include photo, description, and(10) price. terms of said deed of trust, line of the above referenced of beginning, containing 1.463 Number: 2012517 after the successful bidder has 1. No dealers. 2. Non-commercial only Must pay in award advance. Federal National Mortgage unrecorded subdivision; acres, more or less. been3.notified of the of No exceptions. 4. Single item only. 5. Categories NOTE: This project is the contract to him. Association, the legal holder thence run along the North included are auto, motorcycle, tractor. boat, RV and ATV 6. After every 30 DAYS, advertised price of listing needs to be of said indebtedness, having boundary line of said unre- The above described tract is a funded in part by the AmeriRecovery and Reinvestrequested the undersigned corded subdivision the fol- part of lots 45 and 46 of can CERTIFICATE OF RESPONreduced. 7. NO REFUNDS for any reason 8. NON-TRANSFERABLE. Call 287-6147 to place your ad! Substituted Trustee to exe- lowing: North 55 degrees 00 South Central Subdivision, an ment Act (ARRA) of 2009. SIBILITY: All bids submitted cute the trust and sell said minute 00 second West unrecorded subdivision. by a prime or subcontractor 864 816 Contract documents may be for public works 832 832 land and868 property in accor- 90.000 or public 832 feet; North 59 de- 864 868 PRYOR & projects where dance with the terms of said grees 45 minutes 00 second said bid is in TRUCKS/VANS I WILL CONVEY only obtained fromRECREATIONAL TRUCKS/VANS MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES deed of trust and for the purexcess of fifty thousand dolWest 240.000 feet; South 76 SUV’S such title as vested in meSUV’S as MORROW ARCHITECTS VEHICLES ATV’S ATV’S ATV’S AND ENGINEERS, P.A., P.O. lars ($50,000.00) to perform pose of raising the sums due degrees 00 minute 00 second Substituted Trustee. Box 7066, 1150 South Green thereunder, together with at- West 244.000 feet; North 88 contracts enumerated in SecREDUCED REDUCED torney's fees, trustee's fees degrees 20 minutes 00 secWITNESS MY SIGNA- Street, Suite F (38804), Tu- tion 31-3-21, Mississippi Code 1979 FORD pelo, Mississippi 38802-7066; of 1972, shall contain on the ond West 115.000 feet; South TURE on this 30th day of and expense of sale. telephone: (662) 840-8062; outside or exterior of the en78 degrees 00 minute 00 sec- March, 2012. LTD II SPORT NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. ond West 130.000 feet; velope or container of such fax: (662) 840-8092. Gary LANDAU Massey, Substituted North 88 degrees 45 minutes bid the contractor’s current J. Gary Massey A deposit of $100.00 is re- certificate number. Trustee in saidinside deed of trust, 00 second West 93.000 feet; No bid Exc. cond. 2004 KAWASAKI SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE ‘03 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006 GMC YUKON quired. Bid preparation will shall be opened or considered will& on April 26, 2012 offer South 79 degrees 00 minute MULE out. MechaniHERITAGE SOFTTAIL Exc. cond. inside & out, be in accordance with Section unless such contractor’s curfor sale at public outcry and 00 second West 238.000 feet; 3010 Model #KAF650E, (ANNIVERSARY MODEL) cally sound 106k miles, 3rd row 00200 – Instructions to Bidsell within legalcond. hours (being South 60 degrees 00 minute SportsShapiro Ed., maroon, rent certificate number ap& Massey, L.L.C. 1854 hrs., bench seat, 30 ft., with slide out exc.orcond., between the hours of 11:00 00 second West 119.000 looks extefeet; & drive great, seat, garageders, kept,bound front in the Project pears on the outside Leather seats, only tilt bed, 4 WD & & built-in TV antenna, dealership a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at the South 72 degrees 00 minute 1910 Lakeland Drive & rear A/C,tow rior of said envelope or conManual. windshield, well pkg., 98,000 reg. of the 00 second West 119.000 feet;182k miles. 2 TV’s, 7400 miles. South MainmiDoor tainer or unless there appears maintained. maintained. Great for loaded BID GUARANTEE: Propos- a statement on the outside or County Courthouse of Al- South 81 degrees 00 minute Suite B farm or hunting. $6500. firm. als shall be submitted with exterior of such envelope or corn County, located at Cor- 00 second West 414.000 feet; 731-212-9659 home Proposal Security in the form container to662-462-7158 inth, Mississippi, to the high- South 54 degrees 45 minutes the effect that Jackson, MS 39216 662-415-0858 662-286-1732 731-212-9661. or 731-607-6699 of Certified Check or accept- the bid enclosed est and best bidder for cash 00 second West 130.000 feet; (601)981-9299 therewith cell able Bid Bond in an amount does not exceed fifty thouthe following described prop- South 42 degrees 00 minute CED DUpercent equal to at leastRE five erty situated in Alcorn 00 second West 90.000 feet 102 County Road 249 sand dollars ($50,000.00). (5%) of the base bid; such seCounty, State of Mississippi, to an iron pin set for the curity is to be forfeited as liqThe Owner reserves the right point of beginning; thence Glen, MS 38846 to-wit: uidated damages, not penalty, to reject any or all bids and leaving the North boundary 12-004337 DT 1980 HONDA 750-FRONT by any bidder who to topull A 1.463 acre tract, lying and line of said unrecorded subdiwaive irregularities. 2007fails Franklin (TRI) 4-CYC. VOLKSWAGON carry out the terms of the being in the North Half (1/2)2006 vision, SUZUKI run South 06 degrees Publication Dates: camper, of proposal. The Bid Bond,36’, if lots of the Southwest Quarter of 45 minutes 00 second East April 5, 12 and 19, 2012 MTR., GOOD TIRES, Publish: FORENZA, used, shall be payable the units, Section 23, Township 2 220.000 feet to an iron pipe 13658 Thursday, space,to2 A/C 2 April 5, 2012 $6500 OR TRADE Owner. Bonds on the proSouth, Range 8 East, Alcorn 48,000 found on the North miles, 4 right of , too many Thursday, April 12, 2012 extended cab, 3rd 1979 CHEVY 1 TON DUMP slide outs, ject must be received on or2 doors, County, Mississippi, in a sub- way line of Alcorn County 13659 cyl., auto., CD, extras to list, good door, low rider,the periodshower TRUCK, $3500 before scheduled division identified as South Public Road No. 249; thence looks & rides real & tub, 20’ for ltr., the 4project and no bid new tires, Central Subdivision, but PW, run along the North right of or work van, travel J.C. HARRIS 700 5-spd., 2.2 good! 85,000 miles, awning, may be withdrawn after full thekitchen, which hasactual an unrecorded plat TRENCHER, way gas line mileage of said Public Road great will trade or sell. cyl., runs great, scheduled closing time for $13,000. the and being more particularly the following: South 50 deW&D, $4000. project. Bids must be firm for described as follows: grees 15 minutes 37 seconds 662-286-9476 or Call 662-423-6872 a period of forty-five (45) West 119.234 feet; South 40 662-287-1834. 662-415-6262. 662-415-8549 662-603-5372 days after the scheduled time Commence at the Northeast 662-665-1995 or 662-660-3433 degrees 41 minutes 34 secCorner of the Southwest onds West 67.038 feet; South of opening. Quarter of Section 23 Town- 83 degrees 02 minutes 04 PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT ship 2 South, Range 8 East, seconds West 159.896 feet to BOND: A one hundred perAlcorn County, Mississippi; an iron pin set; thence leaving cent ( 1 0 0 Wildcat %) thence run South along the the North right of way line of 2006 Performance-Payment Bond East boundary line of said said public road, run North'03 CHEVY issued by a surety Section 483.000 feet to the 160.939 feet to an iron pin 30company ft. 5th wheel 2004 HONDA 2007 HONDA 2006 YAMAHA FZI authorized to do camper, business 2inslides, intersection of the East set; thence run North 52 de-SILVERADO, 1100 SHADOW the State of Mississippi will be boundary line of said Section grees 45 minutes 00 second 3k miles, adult REBEL fiberglass ext., black, quadra steer Spirit Edition, pearl required within tenawning, (10) days line with the North boundary East 337.000 feet to the point holding owned, corbin 250cc, just (4-wheel steering), blue, chrome, saddle after the successful tanks, bidder has line of the above referenced of beginning, containing 1.463 full sofa seat, selling due serviced, new been notified of the award of LT, 80k miles, unrecorded subdivision; acres, more or less. bags, windshield, sleeper, refrig., mithence run along the North the contract to him. to health reasons, loaded, leather, tow front tire, red in 11,595 orig. miles, tires cro., glass shower, boundary line of said unre- The above described tract is a sleeps 6, ext. cab. original owner. good cond., road ready, color, 7,724 miles, CERTIFICATE OFrecliner, RESPONcorded subdivision the fol- part of lots 45 and 46package, of SIBILITY: All bids submitted lowing: North 55 degrees 00 South Central Subdivision,$13,000 an OBO. $18,500 by a prime or subcontractor minute 00 second West unrecorded subdivision. 662-415-9007. for public works 662-223-0056. or public 90.000 feet; North 59 de662-664-3940 projects where said bid910 is in grees 45 minutes 00 second I WILL CONVEY only excess of fifty MOTORCYCLES/ thousand dolWest 240.000 feet; South 76 such title as vested in me as ATV’S lars ($50,000.00) to perform degrees 00 minute 00 second Substituted Trustee. contracts enumerated in SecWest 244.000 feet; North 88 D CE DU tion 31-3-21,RE Mississippi Code degrees 20 minutes 00 secWITNESS MY SIGNAof 1972, shall contain on the ond West 115.000 feet; South TURE on this 30th day of outside or exterior of the en78 degrees 00 minute 00 sec- March, 2012. velope or container of such ond West 130.000 feet; bid the contractor’s current North 88 degrees 45 minutes J. Gary Massey certificate number. No bid 00 second West 93.000 feet; SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE WITH EXTRAS, shall be opened or considered South 79 degrees 00 minute unless such contractor’s cur00 second West 238.000 feet; BLUE, LESS THAN rent certificate number apSouth 60 degrees 00 minute Shapiro & Massey, L.L.C. 1500 MILES, pears on the outside or exte00 second West 119.000 feet; “New” Condition rior of said envelope or conSouth 72 degrees 00 minute 1910 Lakeland Drive tainer or unless there appears 00 second West 119.000 feet; a statement on the outside or South 81 degrees 00 minute Suite B exterior of such envelope or 00 second West 414.000 feet; container to the effect that South 54 degrees 45 minutes Jackson, MS 39216 215-666-1374 864 the bid enclosed therewith 00 second West 130.000 feet; (601)981-9299 816 REDUCED 662-665-0209 TRUCKS/VANS RECREATIONAL does not exceed fifty thouSouth 42 degrees 00 minute VEHICLES 00 second West 90.000 feet 102SUV’S sand dollars ($50,000.00). County Road 249 ‘04 Kawasaki to an iron pin set for the Vulcan The Owner reserves the right point of beginning; thence Glen, MS 38846 2000 Custom to reject any or all bids and leaving the North boundary 12-004337 DT Classic 1500 Harley 1991 Ford line of said unrecorded subdito waive irregularities. 8,900 miles, vision, run South 06 degrees Publication Dates: Davidson Econoline 45 minutes 00 second East April 5, 12 and 19, 2012 Publish: 45 m.p.g. 2005 Sunset Creek Mtr. & Trans., 220.000 feet to an iron pipe 13658 Van, 48,000 Thursday, April 5, 2012 Red & Black by Sunny Brook found on the North right of New Tires, Thursday, April 12,2007 2012 black miles, good 13659 2-drs., LR & DR way line of Alcorn County 30” ITP Mud Lights, Must See plastics & after Public Road No. 249; thenceINTERNATIONAL, cond., one slide-outs, kept sound bars, 2600 Call: run along the North right of market parts. nice & clean, come miles. owner, serious way line of said Public Road Cat. engine 662-423-5257 662-415-8623 with hitch, sway the following: South 50 deinterest. $7000. after 5:00 pm bar, front elect. or 287-8894 grees 15 minutes 37 seconds 287-5206. 662-808-2900 jack. Kept under West 119.234 feet; South 40 REDUCED degrees shed. $12,500 DUCED41 minutes 34 secRE onds West 67.038 feet; South 662-415-1463 83 degrees 02 minutes 04 seconds West 159.896 feet to an iron pin set; thence leaving the North right of way line of said public road, run North red with 1999 CHEROKEE 160.939 feetnew to antan iron pin set; thence run North top, 5-speed, 4.6,52 de- SPORT 4X4, 2008 Jayco Eagle grees 45 minutes 00 second Screaming V-8, Cooper 17”the point6 cyl., all works 5th Wheel East 337.000 feet to Eagle exhaust, of tires, beginning, containing 1.463 runs great, 38’, 4 slides, exc. good except for 4 wheel drive, Brute acres, more or less. only 7K miles,
GUARANTEED Auto Sales BRADLEY P. JONES SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
PREPARED BY: ADAMS & EDENS POST OFFICE BOX 400 BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI 39043 (601) 825-9508 A&E File #12-00565
PUBLISH: 04/05/2012, 04/12/2012, 04/19/2012 13656 470
2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT
2000 DODGE CARAVAN
BUSH HOG 61” ZERO TURN, COM28 HP KOEHLER, 45 HOURS, NEW MERCIAL,
CLASSIC Z, 1978 DATSUN 280Z $3,500
2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Van
1998 Chevy S-10 LS,
'97 HONDA GOLD WING, 1500 6 cylinder miles, 3003 Voyager kit. 662-287-8949
2003 YAMAHA V-STAR CLASSIC
2000 DODGE CARAVAN,
2000 CHRYSLER SEBRING JXI, new paint, new top, gold package, fully loaded
1961 CHEV. 2 dr. hardtop (bubble top), sound body, runs.
$1500. 731-645-0157 AFTER 4 P.M.
Days only, 662-415-3408.
2005 HONDA ATV TRX 250 EX
2003 Honda 300 EX
$2,000 $2,500 462-5379
1995 HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTER 1200
‘01 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE GT
The above described tract is a $5200. part of lots 45 and 46 of South Central Subdivision, an 662-665-1143. unrecorded subdivision.
2001 HONDA REBEL 250
cond., $28,000 firm. Trailer located in Counce, TN. 425-503-5467
RAZOR 08 POLARIS
2005 Kawasaki 4-wheeler
force, v-twin, 650 cc, 260 hrs., $3550. 662-603-9014
’04 HONDA SHADOW 750 $
18 • Thursday, April 5,Sealed 2012 Daily Corinthian bids•will be received in Pryor
0955 Legals SECTION 00100 Advertisement For bids NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Corinth School District, 1204 North Harper Road, Corinth, Mississippi 38834, until 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, for: Corinth School District Door and Window Replacement at Corinth High School Corinth, Mississippi Pryor & Morrow Project Number: 2012519 NOTE: This project is funded in part by the AmeriLost and Reinvest0142 can Recovery ment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
& Morrow Project the office of the Corinth Number: 2012519 School District, 1204 North 0955 Legals 0955 Legals Harper Road, Corinth, Missis- NOTE: This project is sippi 38834, until 2:00 p.m. funded in part by the Amerion Tuesday, May 8, 2012, for: can Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. Corinth School District Door and Window Replace- Contract documents may be ment at Corinth High School obtained from PRYOR & MORROW ARCHITECTS Corinth, Mississippi AND ENGINEERS, P.A., P.O. Pryor & Morrow Project Box 7066, 1150 South Green Street, Suite F (38804), TuNumber: 2012519 pelo, Mississippi 38802-7066; NOTE: This project is telephone: (662) 840-8062; funded in part by the Ameri- fax: (662) 840-8092. can Recovery and ReinvestA deposit of $100.00 is rement Act (ARRA) of 2009. quired. Bid preparation will Contract documents may be be in accordance with Section obtained from PRYOR & 00200 – Instructions to BidMORROW ARCHITECTS ders, bound in the Project AND ENGINEERS, P.A., P.O. Manual. Box 7066, 1150 South Green Street, Suite F (38804), Tu- BID GUARANTEE: Propospelo, Mississippi 38802-7066; als shall be submitted with telephone: (662) 840-8062; Proposal Security in the form of Certified Check or acceptfax: (662) 840-8092. able Bid Bond in an amount A deposit of $100.00 is re- equal to at least five percent quired. Bid preparation will (5%) of the base bid; such sebe in accordance with Section curity is to be forfeited as liq00200 – Instructions to Bid- uidated damages, not penalty, ders, bound in the Project by any bidder who fails to carry out the terms of the Manual. proposal. The Bid Bond, if BID GUARANTEE: Propos- used, shall be payable to the als shall be submitted with Owner. Bonds on the proProposal Security in the form ject must be received on or of Certified Check or accept- before the period scheduled able Bid Bond in an amount for the project and no bid equal to at least five percent may be withdrawn after the (5%) of the base bid; such se- scheduled closing time for the curity is to be forfeited as liq- project. Bids must be firm for uidated damages, not penalty, a period of forty-five (45) by any bidder who fails to days after the scheduled time carry out the terms of the of opening. proposal. The Bid Bond, if used, shall be payable to the PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT Owner. Bonds on the pro- BOND: A one hundred perject must be received on or c e n t (100%) before the period scheduled Performance-Payment Bond for the project and no bid issued by a surety company may be withdrawn after the authorized to do business in scheduled closing time for the the State of Mississippi will be project. Bids must be firm for required within ten (10) days a period of forty-five (45) after the successful bidder has days after the scheduled time been notified of the award of of opening. the contract to him.
Contract documents may be obtained from PRYOR & MORROW ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS, P.A., P.O. Box 7066, 1150 South Green Street, Suite F (38804), Tupelo, Mississippi 38802-7066; telephone: (662) 840-8062; fax: (662) 840-8092.
Black and White A deposit of $100.00 is reBorder quired. Bid preparation will Collie,
name Isaac, last seen 2/6/12 on Hack Bridge Rd. in Eastview, TN. BID GUARANTEE: Proposals shall be submitted with collar. Proposal Security in No the form of Certified Check or acceptIfBidfound, able Bond in an call amount Greg Forsyth equal to at least five percent at bid; 731-610-0182. (5%) of the base such se-
be in accordance with Section 00200 – Instructions to Bidders, bound in the Project Manual.
curity is to be forfeited as liquidated damages, not penalty, by any bidder who fails to carry out the terms of the proposal. The Bid Bond, if used, shall be payable to the Owner. Bonds on the project must be received on or before the period scheduled for the project and no bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for the project. Bids must be firm for a period of forty-five (45) days after the scheduled time of opening.
PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT 0515 Computer BOND: A one hundred percent (100%) Performance-Payment Bond issued by a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Mississippi will be required within ten (10) days after the successful bidder has been notified of the award of the contract to him.
CERTIFICATE OF RESPONSIBILITY: All bids submitted by a prime or subcontractor for public works or public projects where said bid is in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to perform contracts enumerated in Section 31-3-21, Mississippi Code of 1972, shall contain on the outside or exterior of the envelope or container of such bid the contractor’s current certificate number. No bid shall be opened or considered unless such contractor’s current certificate number appears on the outside or exterior of said envelope or container or unless there appears a statement on the outside or exterior of such envelope or container to theAds effect that Happy the bid enclosed therewith 0114 does not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT BOND: A one hundred percent (100%) Performance-Payment Bond issued by a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Mississippi will be required within ten (10) days after the successful bidder has been notified of the award of the contract to him. CERTIFICATE OF RESPONSIBILITY: All bids submitted by a prime or subcontractor for public works or public projects where said bid is in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to perform contracts enumerated in Section 31-3-21, Mississippi Code of 1972, shall contain on the outside or exterior of the envelope or container of such bid the contractor’s current certificate number. No bid shall be opened or considered unless such contractor’s current certificate number appears on the outside or exterior of said envelope or container or unless there appears a statement on the outside or exterior of such envelope or container to the effect that the bid enclosed therewith does not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
CERTIFICATE OF RESPONSIBILITY: All bids submitted by a prime or subcontractor for public works or public projects where said bid is in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to perform contracts enumerated in Section 31-3-21, Mississippi Code of 1972, shall contain on the outside or exterior of the envelope or container of such bid the contractor’s current certificate number. No bid shall be opened or considered unless such contractor’s current certificate number appears on the outside or exterior of said envelope or container or unless there appears a statement on the outside or exterior of such envelope or container to the effect that the bid enclosed therewith does not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
for public works or public projects where said bid is in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to perform 0955 Legals contracts enumerated in Section 31-3-21, Mississippi Code of 1972, shall contain on the outside or exterior of the envelope or container of such bid the contractor’s current certificate number. No bid shall be opened or considered unless such contractor’s current certificate number appears on the outside or exterior of said envelope or container or unless there appears a statement on the outside or exterior of such envelope or container to the effect that the bid enclosed therewith does not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
TIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION (CORINTH SCHOOL DISTRICT) SERIES 2012-QSCB IN THE PRINICILegals 0955 PAL AMOUNT OF FIVE MILLION DOLLARS ($5,000,000)
0955 Legals IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF ALCORN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
WHEREAS, default having NO. 2012-0197-02 been made in the terms and conditions of said Deeds of NOTICE TO Trust and the entire debt secured thereby, having been TAXPAYERS declared to be due and payable in accordance with the terms of said Deeds of Trust, and the legal holder of said inTO: THE TAXPAYERS OF debtedness, SOUTHBANK, CORINTH SCHOOL DIShaving requested the underTRICT, signed Substitute Trustee to ALCORN COUNTY, MISSIS- execute the trust and sell said land and property in accorSIPPI dance with the terms of said You are hereby notified Deeds of Trust for the purthat the matter of the valida- pose of raising the sums due thereunder, together with attion of the above-described torney's fees, Substitute Trusobligations will be heard on tee's fees, and expense of the 13 day of April, 2012, at 9 sale. o'clock A.M. in the Chancery NOW, THEREFORE, NOCourt of Alcorn County, Mississippi, at the Alcorn County TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Courthouse in the City of I, the undersigned Substitute Trustee, on the 27th day of Corinth, Mississippi, at or be- April, 2012, at the South front fore which time and date door of the Alcorn County written objections to the vali- Courthouse, in the City of dation of the issuance of said Corinth, Alcorn County, Misobligations, if any, must be sissippi, within the legal hours for such sales (being between filed. the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), will offer for sale By order of the Chancel- and sell, at public outcry to lor, this the 3 day of April, the highest bidder for cash, the following property con2012. veyed to me by said Deed of BOBBY MAROLT, Trust described as follows: CHANCERY CLERK Situated in the County of AlALCORN COUNTY, corn, State of Mississippi, MISSISSIPPI to-wit:
IN RE: ADOPTION OF EGE CAUSE NO. 12-0103-02-H SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
The Owner reserves the right TO: MELISSA ANNE to reject any or all bids and CANTERBURY to waive irregularities. Publish: Thursday, April 5, 2012 Thursday, April 12, 2012 13660 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF ALCORN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI IN RE: ADOPTION OF EGE CAUSE NO. 12-0103-02-H SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: ERIC LORENZO You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this Court by DONNA SMITH, Petitioner, seeking the ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD, E G E AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Defendants other than you in this action are MELISSA ANNE CANTERBURY. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Complaint or petition filed against you in this action at 9:00 o'clock a.m. on the 23rd day of May, 2012, in the courtroom of the Chancery Building of Alcorn County, Mississippi in Corinth, Mississippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend, 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 pleadThe Owner reserves the right ing but you may do so if you to reject any or all bids and desire. to waive irregularities. Issued under my hand and Publish: seal of said Court, this the 27 Thursday, April 5, 2012 day of March, 2012. Thursday, April 12, 2012 13660 BOBBY MAROLT CHANCERY COURT CLERK ALCORN COUNTY, MS BY: W. JUSTICE The Owner reserves the right DEPUTY CLERK to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities. 3t 3/29, 4/5, 4/12/12 13648 Publish: Thursday, April 5, 2012 Thursday, April 12, 2012 13660
The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities.
Publish: Thursday, April 5, 2012 Thursday, April 12, 2012 13660
ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS OR SECRETARY’S DAY IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2012
Give your Secretary a Special Salute to His/Her Special Day! You may put up to 5 lines (approx. 25 words) for $30.00 (with or without picture) Deadline is Wednesday, April 18, 2012 by 4pm You may •Call 662-287-6147 •Email to firstname.lastname@example.org •Mail to Daily Corinthian, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835 •Bring to 1607 S. Harper Rd., Corinth
WILSON as Substitute Trustee, by instrument dated March 21, 2012, and recorded in the Office of the 0955 Legals Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi, as Instrument No.201201408;
You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this Court by DONNA SMITH, Petitioner, seeking the ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD, E G E AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Defendants other than you in this action are ERIC LORENZO.
minutes West along said South property line, a distance of 119.0 feet to the said present Eastern right-of-way Legals 0955 line of U. S. Highway No. 45; thence run North 00 degrees 25 minutes East along said present Eastern right-of-way line, a distance of 198.0 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.54 acres, more or less, and being situated in and a part of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 2 South, Range 7 East, Alcorn County, Mississippi. Being the same property described in the judgment entered in Cause 8628 in the Special Court of Eminent Domain in Alcorn County, Mississippi, as recorded in the Chancery Clerk's Office of Alcorn County, Mississippi, in Deed Book 246 at pages 169-170.
Although the title to said property is believed to be good, I will sell and convey only such title in said property as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee. SIGNED, POSTED AND PUBLISHED on this the 5 day of April, 2012
/s/ W. Jett Wilson W. JETT WILSON MSB#7316 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE WILSON & HINTON, P.A. Post Office Box 1257 Corinth, MS 38835 (662)286-3366
You are summoned to appear and defend against the Complaint or petition filed against you in this action at 9:00 o'clock a.m. on the 23rd day of May, 2012, in the courtroom of the Chancery Building of Alcorn County, BY: Karen Burns, D.C. Mississippi in Corinth, Mississippi, and in case of your fail- 1t April 5, 2012 ure to appear and defend, 13661 Judgment will be entered against you for the money or other things demanded in the complaint or petition. NOTICE OF SALE BY SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE You are not required to file an answer or other pleading but you may do so if you WHEREAS, WAYNE desire. HIGHT, made, executed and delivered to DONALD RAY Issued under my hand and DOWNS PA ATTY, as Trusseal of said Court, this the 27 tee for the benefit of SOUTHBANK, a certain day of March, 2012. Deed of Trust dated August 30, 2005, recorded in land BOBBY MAROLT Trust Deed Book 663, Page CHANCERY COURT CLERK 181 et seq., in the Office of ALCORN COUNTY, MS the Clerk of the Chancery BY: W. JUSTICE Court of Alcorn County, MisDEPUTY CLERK sissippi;
Publish 4 times: Commencing at the South- April 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 west corner of the North- 13662 west Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 2, Range 7 and run North 8 rods for a true starting point; run thence East 80 HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY rods; thence North 12 rods; thence West 80 rods; thence South 12 rods to the true Home Improvement starting point and containing & Repair six (6) acres, more or less. BUTLER, DOUG: FoundaLESS AND EXCEPT the fol- tion, floor leveling, lowing described property: bricks cracking, rotten wood, basements, Begin at the point of intersec- shower floor. Over 35 tion of the North line of De- yrs. exp. Free est. fendant's property with the 7 3 1 - 2 3 9 - 8 9 4 5 or present Eastern right-of-way 662-284-6146. line of U. S. Highway No. 45, said point is 1,436.6 feet I DO IT ALL! Painting int. North of and 60.5 feet East of & ext., pressure washthe Southwest corner of Sec- ing: driveways, patios, tion 34, Township 2 South, decks, houses; carpenRange 7 East; from said point WHEREAS, GERALD of beginning run thence South try, plumbing, laminate 3t 3/29, 4/5, 4/12/12 WAYNE HIGHT, made, exe- 89 degrees 35 minutes East flooring installation & 13649 cuted and delivered to DON- along said North property more. If you need it ALD RAY DOWNS PA line, a distance of 119.0 feet fixed, don't hesitate to ATTY, as Trustee for the to the proposed Eastern call. No job too small. benefit of SOUTHBANK, a right-of-way line of a pro- Guar. work. Free est. IN THE CHANCERY certain Deed of Trust dated posed highway project as sur- 662-284-6848. COURT OF ALCORN September 11, 2009, re- veyed and staked by the MisCOUNTY, MISSISSIPPI corded as Instrument No. sissippi State Highway DeStorage, Indoor/ 200904585 and re-recorded partment (said proposed highIN RE: VALIDATION OF September 29, 2009 as Instru- way project being known and Outdoor THE LEASE BETWEEN THE ment No. 200905324 in the designated as State Project AMERICAN Office of the Clerk of the No. 96-0002-08-0005-10, beDISTRICT AND THE CORMINI STORAGE INTH E D U C A T I O N A L Chancery Court of Alcorn ing a segment of U. S. High2058 S. Tate way No. 45); thence South 00 BUILDING CORPORATION, County, Mississippi; degrees; 25 minutes West Across from A MISSISSIPPI NONPROFIT WHEREAS, SOUTH- along said proposed Eastern World Color CORPORATION, AS SUP- BANK, legal holder and right-of-way line, a distance of 287-1024 PLEMENTED A N D owner of said Deeds of Trust 198.0 feet to the South line of AMENDED, AND THE CER- and the indebtedness secured Defendants' property; thence MORRIS CRUM Mini-Stor. TIFICATES OF PARTICIPA- thereby, substituted W. JETT run North 89 degrees 35 72 W. 3 diff. locations, TION (CORINTH SCHOOL WILSON as Substitute Trus- minutes West along said tee, by instrument dated South property line, a dis- unloading docks, rental DISTRICT) S E R I E S March 21, 2012, and re- tance of 119.0 feet to the said truck avail, 286-3826. 2012-QSCB IN THE PRINICI- corded in the Office of the present Eastern right-of-way PAL AMOUNT OF FIVE MIL- Chancery Clerk of Alcorn line of U. S. Highway No. 45; PROFESSIONAL LION D O L L A R S County, Mississippi, as Instru- thence run North 00 degrees SERVICE DIRECTORY 25 minutes East along said ment No.201201408; ($5,000,000) present Eastern right-of-way Auto/Truck Parts & WHEREAS, default having line, a distance of 198.0 feet 0848 Accessories NO. 2012-0197-02 been made in the terms and to the point of beginning, conditions of said Deeds of containing 0.54 acres, more NOTICE TO Trust and the entire debt se- or less, and being situated in cured thereby, having been and a part of the Northwest TAXPAYERS declared to be due and pay- Quarter of the Southwest able in accordance with the Quarter of Section 34, Townterms of said Deeds of Trust, ship 2 South, Range 7 East, and the legal holder of said in- Alcorn County, Mississippi. TO: THE TAXPAYERS OF debtedness, SOUTHBANK, Being the same property deCORINTH SCHOOL DIShaving requested the under- scribed in the judgment enTRICT, signed Substitute Trustee to tered in Cause 8628 in the ALCORN COUNTY, MISSIS- execute the trust and sell said Special Court of Eminent Doland and property in accor- main in Alcorn County, MisSIPPI dance with the terms of said sissippi, as recorded in the You are hereby notified Deeds of Trust for the pur- Chancery Clerk's Office of that the matter of the valida- pose of raising the sums due Alcorn County, Mississippi, in thereunder, together with at- Deed Book 246 at pages tion of the above-described torney's fees, Substitute Trus169-170. obligations will be heard on tee's fees, and expense of the 13 day of April, 2012, at 9 sale. Although the title to said o'clock A.M. in the Chancery property is believed to be NOW, THEREFORE, NOgood, I will sell and convey Court of Alcorn County, Mississippi, at the Alcorn County TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that only such title in said propCourthouse in the City of I, the undersigned Substitute erty as is vested in me as SubTrustee, on the 27th day of Corinth, Mississippi, at or be- April, 2012, at the South front stitute Trustee. fore which time and date door of the Alcorn County SIGNED, POSTED AND written objections to the vali- Courthouse, in the City of PUBLISHED on this the 5 day dation of the issuance of said Corinth, Alcorn County, Mis- of April, 2012 obligations, if any, must be sissippi, within the legal hours for such sales (being between filed. the hours of 11:00 a.m. and /s/ W. Jett Wilson 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 2011 2007 Nissan Maxima SE 4:00 SS p.m.), will offer for saleYukon SLT W. JETT WILSON By orderRED, of the 74K,ChancelLOADED and sell, at Pearl Ltr., to Heated Seats, 4WD, 16k MSB#7316 Bronzemist, New Tires publicWhite, outcry lor, this the 3 day of April, the highest bidder for cash, SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE $ $ $ con- WILSON the following property 2012. & HINTON, P.A. veyed to me by said Deed of Post Office Box 1257 Corinth, MS 38835 BOBBY MAROLT, Trust described as follows: (662)286-3366 CHANCERY CLERK Situated in the County of Al3 to ALCORN COUNTY, corn, State of Mississippi, Choose MISSISSIPPI to-wit: from Publish 4 times: BY: Karen Burns, D.C. Commencing at the South- April 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 west corner of the North- 13662 west Quarter of the South1t April 5, 2012 west Quarter of Section 34, 13661 Township 2, Range 7 and run 2007 Chevrolet Silverado LT Dodge Crew Cab North 8 rods for a2009 true start2011 Chevy Impala LT ing point; run thence East 98k, 80 Super Clean Reg Cab, 74k, Silver Birch White, 33K, Remote Start rods; thence North 12 rods; $ $ thence West 80 rods; thence $ South 12 rods to the true starting point and containing six (6) acres, more or less.
LESS AND EXCEPT the following described property: Begin at the point of intersection of the North line of Defendant's property with the present Eastern right-of-way 45, Avenger SXT 2011 Malibu LT line of U. S. Highway 2008No. Dodge Sunroof, Ltr., Heatedsaid point is 1,436.6 feet Blue, 75K North of and 60.5 feet East of the Southwest corner$of Sec$ tion 34, Township 2 South, Range 7 East; from said point of beginning run thence South 89 degrees 35 minutes East along said North property line, a distance of 119.0 feet to the proposed Eastern right-of-way line of a proposed highway project as surveyed and staked by the Mississippi State Highway Department (said proposed highknown and 2010 Hyundai Santa way Fe project being 2008 Ford Mustang Coupe designated as State Project Dark Red, 33K No. 96-0002-08-0005-10, Strawberry be- Red, 70K ing a segment of U. $ S. High$ way No. 45); thence South 00 degrees; 25 minutes West along said proposed Eastern right-of-way line, a distance of 198.0 feet to the South line of Defendants' property; thence run North 89 degrees 35 minutes West along said South property line, a distance of 119.0 feet to the said present Eastern right-of-way line of U. S. Highway No. 45; run North 00 degrees 2008 Nissan Rogue thence SL minutes 2008 said Saturn Aura XE 25 East along Charcoal, 67K present Eastern right-of-way V6, 71k, Blue line, a distance of 198.0 feet $ $ to the point of beginning, containing 0.54 acres, more or less, and being situated in and a part of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 34, TownNights & Weekends ship 2 South, Range 7 East, 662-424-1271 Alcorn County, Mississippi. Being the same property de-
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