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U.S. Attorney announces $1 million grant to fight crime in Selma BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

U.S. Attorney Richard Moore speaks at the announcement Tuesday, with Owen Peak of Peak Insurance and Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier listening.

Selma law enforcement got a major infusion Tuesday with a $1 million federal “emergency grant“ that will fund efforts to tackle increased homicides and gang crimes in the city of Selma and the surrounding area. U.S. Attorney Richard W. Moore announced the grant at a meeting of the Selma Weed and Seed Committee on Tuesday at the Selma-Dallas County YMCA. The grant is from the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance to the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs to fund much needed equipment for law enforcement officers and overtime expenses to perform saturation patrols in high crime areas.

“It's pretty well known that we have a violent crime problem here in Selma,” said Moore, the U.S. attorney for the Southern district of Alabama. “And because of that, we are receiving emergency funding for law enforcement purposes...” what he called “weeding money.” A strategy will be used that has proven successful across the nation in reducing violent crime, he said, identifying “trigger pullers” (violent offenders). “And,” he said, “you get the worst of the worst off the street.” Moore said there are enough violent offenders who “cause a violent crime problem in Selma.” And he said this grant will help get them off the streets. Moore said the grant is “a game changer for Selma,” that will allow them to “take back our streets. We will make Selma safe once again.”

Among those on hand to tout the grant and cooperation between county and city school officials, county and city law enforcement, businesses and the Dallas County Commission were retired Wayne County, Michigan Circuit Judge Maggie Drake Peterson, who was born in Orrville and who serves as director of Selma's Weed and Seed Steering Committee; Dr. Avis Williams, Superintendent of Selma City Schools, who co-chairs the prevention, intervention and treatment subcommittee; James Mitchell, president of Wallace Community College Selma; Owen Peak of Peak Insurance, who serves on the Weed and Seed Board; and Dallas County Probate Judge Jimmy Nunn, who chairs the Dallas County Commission, which will administer the grant. Also on hand were Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier,

Dallas County Chief Deputy John Hatfield on behalf of Dallas County Sheriff Mike Granthum and Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson. “In the last few weeks we managed to get a lot of gunslingers off the street, gang kingpins and drug dealers,” Jackson said. “Moving forward with this million dollars, we're going to take it home. We are going to stamp out violent crime.” In answer to questions, Moore said he was hopeful that some of the funds could be used for school resource officers. Moore also said “We've identified the hot spots mostly ward in Selma, and that's where we're going to concentrate first.” Collier said he planned to ask the Selma City Council through realignment to allow an additional two school resource officers.

Selma High sees more girls fired up about learning trades like welding Education programs are for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, including those with limited English proficiency in grades 9-12. Classes included are Air Force JROTC, Agriscience, Animal Systems, Construction, Automotive Service Technology, Business Management & Administration, Drafting Design Technology/ Pre-Engineering, Family Studies & Community Services, Finance, Health Science, Interior Design, Masonry and Welding. Talton has been a welder for 18 years, a welding instructor for eight years, and is in his first year teaching at Selma High. Talton said he enjoys having females in his class. “The girls catch on quicker,” Talton said. “They’ve got steadier hands. They don’t lift weights, and their strength doesn’t change.” And, he said, “Because they are women, they pay attention to everything. They want to make sure it’s done right, and it’s correct.”

Talton said boys and girls learn differently. “When you are talking to boys, they’re looking over here, they’re over there. Their minds are all over the place,’ he said. “It’s easier to teach girls.” Talton knows first-hand that women can be successful as welders. He said his own female first cousin was a welder for GE among all men. “On the pipelines and everywhere, she was a pretty good welder,” Talton said. “She did it for about 10 years, and now she’s retired.” Man or woman, welding is a lucrative business, according to Talton. A welder “can make all the money they want to make and then go where they want to go,” he said. Talton said construction welders can make $22 to $28 per hour. In Selma, one can start off at $10 to $15 per hour as a MIG welder. Pipe welders could make $42 per hour. And with a rig truck, one could make $20,000 a month, according to Talton. He said at his last construction job, he made $12,000 a month after taxes doing stainless steel welding.

Talton said the girls are learning what is called MIG (flux welding) or stick (rod) welding. And if they come back their senior year, he said they can try their hand at TIG (tungsten welding). As ninth graders, Taylor and Tiffany are seeing most of the work in the shop this year. Juniors and seniors at Selma High take classes for two years. Ninth graders can take classes for four years if they like it. Talton said the ninth graders are at the intro level. Tiffany said welding “was hard at first, trying to learn how to strike it and keep the fire going, but it got easier.” Taylor also said it took her a little time to get started. She had to study and watch videos of others doing welding. “And as you keep studying, you’ll learn,” she said. Talton’s welding class is currently helping prepare the Selma City Schools Parent University Bus for service to parents and students in the community. They’re also building tables, benches, tire covers and storage bins.

Taylor Lamar, left, and Tiffany Taylor, two Selma High ninth graders, are making sparks fly as female welding students in the Selma City Schools Career Technical Education Program. Photos by Fred Guarino BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

Taylor Lamar and Tiffany Taylor, two Selma High ninth graders, are creating sparks in their choice of a career path. They are learning to become welders in their school’s Career Technical

Education Program as students of welding instructor Timothy Talton. Taylor said her father is a welder, and she is “following in his footsteps,” while Tiffany said she saw her cousin working as a welder and liked it as a career choice. Tiffany said she is attracted to welding “because it is

something different that most people probably don’t do. So, it’s exciting when you do it, and it will probably be a fun job to do.” Taylor said, “You don’t see too many females do it, so it’s different.” According to the Selma City Schools Board of Education, the Career and Technical

Selma High ninth graders Tiffany Taylor and Taylor Lamar join their welding instructor, Timothy Talton, in inspecting work to be done to prepare the Selma City Schools Parent University Bus for service on the road.

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COMMUNITY Selma-Dallas County Vaughan Regional presents first DAISY Award for extraordinary nurses Relay for Life fundraiser BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

Jeb Jackson of Randolph is Vaughan Regional Medical Center's first-ever DAISY Award Winner for extraordinary nurses. The award was presented on May 10 in a ceremony held in the regional medical center's lobby. Vaughan Regional Chief Nursing Officer Tracy Merry said the award is given in 3,500 hospitals and nursing schools in the U.S. and 21 other countries. “We are thrilled that Vaughan is now a participating organization,” Merry said. The DAISY Award was created by the family of a patient who died, but who was given incredible, compassionate care to honor the patient and the nurses “who give that kind of extraordinary care every day,” she said. The winner is given a pin, a certificate and a sculpture from Zimbabwe, entitled "A Healer's Touch." And nominees are given a pin and a certificate. Merry said the award

winner also gets to hang a huge banner in their department of the hospital for the quarter, he or she will be featured on the DAISY Award website, as well as receives other opportunities and perks such as tuition reductions. She said going forward, the award will be presented quarterly to an extraordinary nurse who provides remarkable care. Merry said more than 50 nominations from patients or their families were made for Vaughan’s first DAISY Award. And Vaughan’s outgoing Interim Chief Nursing Office Lisa Wallace explained the PETALS criteria for the award those nominations were vetted against: passion/compassion, empathy, trust and teamwork, admirable attributes, love for the patient and serves as a role model. Jackson was nominated because he stayed past the end of his shift to make sure a child patient got the care she needed. A nurse at Vaughan Regional for about three years, Jackson said, “I think it is an amazing honor, I really do. And I’m really grateful some-

set for May 31 BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

Jeb Jackson, center, won the Daisy Award for nursing. Selma Sun photo/Fred Guarino. Nominees include Mattie Knight, far left; Steve Sansom; and Earline Sullivan, not pictured. Second from left is Tracy Merry, Vaughan Regional's Chief Nursing Officer; third from right is outgoing Interim Chief Nursing Office Lisa Wallace; and at far right is Vaughan Regional CEO David McCormack. Photo by Fred Guarino body took the time out of their day to nominate me.” “It made my job worth it just to hear one person say something good like that.” Vaughan Regional CEO David McCormack said, “We are so blessed in this community to have not just our nursing staff, but our entire staff. He said more than 500 people from physicians to staff to volunteers that are so committed

to providing excellent health care. If you look out there and see that A on our sign, this is an A rated hospital based on federal government criteria and it is 100 percent because of the people who are working at our hospital.” Other nominees for Vaughan Regional’s first DAISY Award were Mattie Knight, Steve Sansom and Earline Sullivan.

To help fight cancer on all fronts, the Selma/Dallas County American Cancer Society Relay for Life is set for May 31 from 6-10 p.m. at Lions Fair Park, 2401 W. Dallas Ave. Quenita Mitchell, community development manager for the American Cancer Society, said there are currently 22 teams signed up for the event in Selma with a goal to raise $100,000. "But," she said, "we are still in need of teams, sponsors, and committee members." Last year the Selma/Dallas County Relay raised $120,000. "We are helping save more lives than ever before, empowering activists, delivering breakthrough research and so much more." However, she pointed out, "In Alabama, an estimated 28,950 new cancer cases will be diagnosed in 2019, and 10,630 people are expected to die from the disease." But Mitchell stressed, "There is hope." She said with the sup-

port of volunteers, donors and partners, "We are fighting cancer on all fronts - and making a difference and you can too. Sign up to relay with us on the night of May 31." Teams signed up so far are Morgan Family and Friends, Greater Saint Paul Baptist Church, Team Orrville, The Lowe’s “Look Up! We’re Fighting For A Cure,” Team Madison, RHMPI Spartans, Alabama Power APSO Organization, Team Fo’Head, Virtuous Women, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.-Selma Alumnae, Walmart 700, Walking In Harmony Relay Team, Vaughan Regional Medical Center, Southside High School, Payne & Parents, New Hope M.B. Church, Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, Meadowview Elementary School, International Paper, Clark Tigers, Cedar Park Elementary School and Byrd. To join or inquire, contact Mitchell at 334-612-8166 or email Quenita.mitchell@cancer.org. Also go online to register at www.relayforlife.org/dallasal.

Two young Shark Tank-winning entrepreneurs open businesses in Selma BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

With the help of the Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce, two young Selma Shark Tank winners and recent graduates of Selma High School had ribbon cuttings for their own new businesses back to back on May 9. Ribbon cuttings were held for Highway 80 Productions, a photography studio owned by 18-year-old Kamau Little, located at 2918 Citizen Parkway, Suite 305, as well as Luxurious Lengths, an online business owned by Lakira Fails specializing in handmade

wigs. The ribbon cutting for Fails and reception for both was held at The Gathering Place located on 1827 Broad Street. The two Selma High seniors won a total of $10,000 in a Shark Tank Pitch Series as part of the Empowerment Summit in February at Wallace Community College Selma. The event was part of NFL player Michael Johnson’s MJ93-90 Foundation. Fails won $3,000 for Luxurious Lengths, and Little won $7,000 for Highway 80 Productions. Judges were Johnson, Jackie Smith, owner of The Coffee Shoppe; Jewell Williamson of Cornerstone Realty; Christian

Lakira Fails started her wig business, Luxurious Lengths, after winning the Shark Tank competition hosted by NLF player Michael Johnson.

Crane, Senior Vice President at First Cahawba Bank and Dr. Bruce Taylor of Taylor Internal Medicine. Little describes his business as a "full-service photography company" and himself as an "artist." He said his company does photography, videorgraphy and art and can shoot anything from a portrait to videoing a party. He said he has been into photography since he was about 7 or 8-years-old, and his grandfather gave him a Polaroid camera. He said he later bought a Canon camera with his own money. Little showed off his Canon 1DX camera which he said can

Kamau Little cuts the ribbon with supporters.

Lakira Fails with a wig she makes for her company.

shoot 60 frames a second and goes up to 128,000 ISO. He said he can also remotely position the camera with the use of his cell phone. Fails describes her business as an online hair extensions and accessories and said she makes wigs. She said when she made her first wig and wore it to school, everyone asked her who did her hair. She said when she replied, "I did my own hair, it's a wig," everyone told her she should do hair. "So, I started making my own wigs. And so, I thought, why not make it a business."

Kamau Little with his Canon 1DX camera he uses for his photography business.

UA archeologists continue work to piece back together Old Cahawba cemetery BY TODD PRATER

Special to the Selma Sun Imagine putting together a jigsaw puzzle with hundreds of pieces, but none have regular shapes, many pieces are missing and there is no picture to guide you. That is what Leslie Mashburn from The University of Alabama Office of Archaeological Research is doing at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park. But the puzzle he is putting together is a piece of a much larger puzzle called the history of Alabama. For the last 13 weeks, Mashburn has been restoring the headstones and monuments in the cemeteries at Old Cahawba. As the cemetery restoration project comes to an end, Mashburn is cataloging pieces of box monuments that will be stored away for now. Mashburn said there is no way to tell what graves these pieces were originally associated with, and most are not complete enough to restore the box monuments anyway. Over the years, these pieces have been moved from one place to another in the cemeteries and piled one on top

of the other. Some have been buried. Many have been uncovered, but there’s no telling how many are still buried. And people have taken some as souvenirs. Amazingly, Mashburn and his team have reassembled many of the pieces and repaired many of the box monuments. As with many of the other style monuments, pieces are still missing. In the restoration, Mashburn left the spot blank where a missing piece should go. He said that is as much a part of the history as any of the pieces that are still there. The vandalism and grave robbing at Old Cahawba’s cemeteries go back decades. Site Director Linda Derry has found newspaper articles dating back as far as the 1920s describing damage left by vandals and grave robbers. Some of the pictures she found from the 1950s show one person laying in one of the smaller box monuments acting like a corpse. Mashburn said the box in which the vandal is lying no longer exists. Another picture shows two men with a skull they had apparently taken from one of the graves. Many of the tombstones and monu-

ments were severely damaged in 1960 when a vandal shattered the monuments with a sledge hammer. Some past preservation and restoration efforts made things worse, according to Mashburn. Many headstones were mortared to the cement slabs that covered the graves. This helped keep the stones with the proper graves, but it created problems when it came time to free the headstones and set them back into their proper places. Some older cleaning and preservation efforts used methods and substances that damaged the stones. The current is also more difficult because much of the early preservation and restoration was done with little or no research, according to Mashburn. Some early repairs used panels and pieces from other areas, many of which do not match the original monument. This further confused the overall picture that is now a jigsaw puzzle that has been mixed up by hundreds of people over a hundred years. Old newspaper articles recently discovered show that families of the deceased buried at Old Cahawba have been asked

to come care for the graves over the years. There were even pleas for pictures and information from personal collections to help paint a more complete picture of the history of the cemeteries at Old Cahawba. This is how many of the pictures that are on file were obtained. That plea for pictures and information is still valid. If you have any family members buried at Old Cahawba, and you have pictures or family stories or heirlooms that could help complete the jigsaw puzzle that is the history of the state’s first capitol, please call the park. They can be reached at 334-8728058 and Fax 334-877-4253. You can also email Site Director Linda Derry at cahawba@bellsouth.net or Assistant Director Jonathan Matthews at cahawbam@bellsouth.net. The Old Cahawba Facebook page has lots of information on upcoming events at https://www.facebook.com/OldCahawba/ Mashburn said he hopes that in today’s world, people have enough respect for the dead and for history and the importance of preserving and uncovering that history that vandalism will not be an issue any longer.

Daniel Schaffeld and Rusty Holloway, both from The University of Alabama Office of Archaeological Research, catalog and try to piece together fragments of box monuments.

Leslie Mashburn shows an early repair on one of the box monuments where whoever did the repair used a panel that does not match.


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NEWS The bait debate is over: Hunters now can use bait, if they have permit BY TODD PRATER

Special to the Selma Sun Is it OK to hunt over bait, or is it unsportsmanlike? This debate has raged for years, all the way up to the Alabama State Legislature. According to Alabama Wildlife and Fresh Water Fisheries Director Chuck Sykes, the legislature has been debating a bill to legalize hunting over bait at least since 2012, when he took the job. A version of the bill recently passed, without objection from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The Bait Privilege License Bill makes hunting white tail deer and feral hogs over bait legal with the proper license. Sykes said the original bill called for hunters to purchase a sticker that would go on their feeder, but that would create enforcement problems. To make it easier to enforce and more efficient for wardens to check, WFF recommended it be a license that hunters can easily purchase, and wardens can easily check. “And this way our officers don’t have to go traipsing through the woods interrupting someone’s hunt,” Sykes said.

To those who claim the DCNR let the money from fees sway them to support the bill, Sykes pointed out the money has been a part of the bill for years, but the DCNR and the WFF division still didn’t support the bill. Strong opposition to allowing hunters to use bait comes from those who fear the spread of disease, especially with the threat of Chronic Wasting Disease, which is highly contagious and always fatal to deer. “As a biologist, we are taught an unnatural congregation of animals is bad” because the animals can infect each other, Sykes said. “I’m speaking as the (WWF) director now,” Sykes said. “I try not to be a hypocrite. It is legal in the state of Alabama to feed wildlife 365 days a year. I could not stand in front of a crowd and say baiting is bad, but feeding is OK, when corn is corn whether it is at 10 yards or 110 yards away.” Sykes said, “For Alabama, it was not a biological issue; it was a hunter ethics issue, a personal preference issue. It was a fair chase issue.” Sykes said it appeared the bill would pass with or with-

out support from DCNR or the WFF division. Because spread of disease is a concern, to get the blessing of DCNR and WFF, this amendment was added to the bait law: “The commissioner may, without refund, suspend the use of a baiting privilege license and adopt rules to manage the feeding of wild game animal populations on a county, regional or statewide basis to prevent the spread of diseases among wildlife by announcing the suspension in a news release.” Very important here is the part that says, “and adopts rules to manage the feeding of wild game animal populations.” Sykes explained that for the first time in the state’s history, the commissioner of the DCNR can control the feeding of wildlife if there is a threat of disease. Sykes said that with the amendment, the DCNR and WFF felt they would be in a better position to manage the resource if the bill passed than they would be if it did not pass. “We didn’t go out and beat the drums for it, but we didn’t come out in opposition to it,” he said. And now it is law. However, there are some restrictions. First of all, the

How Selma police department handles active school shooters Plan to add school resource officers at Selma City Schools now sits with City Council BY TODD PRATER

Special to the Selma Sun Two weeks after a suspect with a gun entered Selma High School, Selma Police Chief Spencer Collier reassured the community that all Selma officers are trained to handle situations like this and outlined the process officers use. On his radio show that runs Thursdays at 9 a.m. on 94.7 WJAM, Collier said one of the main things learned over the years is that in an active shooter or mass shooting situation, time could mean more deaths. So law enforcement changed the way it thinks and the way it trains for such situations. Collier said Alabama law enforcement uses what is called ALERT, Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training. Eighty percent of all law enforcement officers in Alabama have this training. All Selma Police Officers are ALERT trained. “This means they have a baseline capability of tactical training, where if they have to respond to an active shooter event, they’re going to enter, find the threat, and engage the threat,” Collier explained, “because as I said earlier, time means more deaths.” On May 7 just before 2 p.m., the police department “gained intelligence” that there was a threat at Selma High School that included a video of a suspect brandishing a weapon, making threats toward certain Selma High students. Collier said the school immediately went on lockdown. Collier said all available force was dispatched, including the FAST

is another situation like this. He said there were some very upset parents on the scene; some wanted to get their kids, some complaining that the police were scaring the students. Collier said in these situations the police have an obligation to first protect those Zaykeese Johnson, 18, was students. But he realized the pararrested and charged with making ents did not understand the “intela terrorist threat and is being held ligence we were getting in a real on $1 million bond. time environment and having to make real time decisions” and one team, Fugitive Apprehension mistake could lead to “absolutely and Special Tactics, and immehorrible consequences.” diately secured the perimeter Collier said parents need to and set up a command point. understand the when the school Dallas County sheriff’s departis on lockdown, the police conment assisted. trol who goes in and out. He said At that point Collier explained, being a father and grandfather, “We were acting under what he understands the concerns of we call threat analysis which the parents and the response is when the responding officers of parents wanting to come to are analyzing what the threat is, the school and get their kids, what the capabilities are,” Collier but he said that is not the safest said. “What was unique is addiaction. If there is an active shoottional social media posts went up er, a staging area would be set up acknowledging our presence. We for parents where they will be quickly realized the threat was informed and not in any danger. not coming from a student, it was Collier asked that in the future from outside.” parents cooperate with the He said the suspect, identified police to insure the kids are kept as 18-year-old Zaykeese Johnson safe. Collier praised the school of Selma, was taken into custody administration’s response and by 2:15 p.m. Collier said he was cooperation in the situation. thankful that no one was hurt in The Selma City School system a best-case scenario. The same is moving forward on a plan to day at a school in Colorado, it provide four SROs in the schools. was a worst-case scenario where Under the plan presented by two gunmen killed one student Selma School Superintendent at a high school in Highlands Dr. Avis Williams, the school Ranch and injured eight others. system would fund half of the Johnson has been charged total cost of five additional SROs with making a terrorist threat that would be assigned to Selma and is being held on $1 million High and R.B. Hudson Middle bond. School. The police department Collier reported he learned would pick up the other half. The that there needs to be a better plan passed the school board and communication system with paris now in the hands of the City ents and letting them know how Council. they need to respond if there ever

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Bait Privilege License is only for white tail deer and feral hog and only on private land. The long-standing law of a feeder being 100 yards away and out of the line of sight of the hunter still stands on public land, including any WMA or SOA. On private land, the landowner can state on the lease if hunting over bait is allowed. If baiting is not allowed, the old law applies. If baiting is allowed, a hunter must have the bait privilege license. No hunter is exempt from the license – meaning hunters over 65 or under 16 – and private owners hunting on their own land are not required to have a hunting license. However, even those who don’t have to have a hunting license must have the bait privilege license to use bait. Sykes reiterated that if a hunter has no plans to hunt over bait, they are not required to buy the bait privilege license. Sykes said money from the licenses will be a huge positive. The WFF is funded solely by sale of hunting and fishing licenses, and there has been a decline in hunting and fishing

license sales. Proceeds of the bait privilege licenses will go to the WFF. Hunters who are exempt from hunting licenses are not exempt from the bait privilege license if they intend to hunt over bait. This means hunters that WFF did not even know about can now be counted and used to get more Pitman-Robertson matching funds. The Pittman-Robertson Act is a federal excise tax on guns and ammo and other hunting items that is collected by the federal government from each state and allocated back to the states based on conservation needs. If a state has an approved conservation project, the state pays 25%, and Pittman-Robertson picks up 75%. These funds are used to purchase and manage public lands and other conservation projects. So, is the baiting license positive? “I think the department is in better shape than it was before,” Sykes said. “Is this the best option? No. But we made lemonade out of lemons. We’re going to do the best we can to manage the resources of Alabama to the best of our ability. This gives us greater

authority to do that and hopefully more money to do that.” Sykes said there are downsides to feeding. He said a toxin in corn could have a detrimental effect on songbirds, quail and turkey if the corn gets wet. He also warned that predators will key in on feeding locations and lay in ambush. Sykes recommended doing research and learning the positives and negatives before feeding or using bait. “The property with the best habitat management is going to win in the long run,” Sykes said. “There may be some short-term benefits from just putting corn out. If you don’t hunt it properly, if every time the deer come to it, they see a buddy getting shot, they are going to quit coming or come at night.” The bait privilege license is currently on sale; however, it will be good only through Sept. 1. Like any other hunting or fishing license, it must be renewed each year. You can get the license and learn more about the law at www.outdooralabama.com Learn more about the bill SB66 here also https://legiscan.com/AL/bill/SB66/2019

VOICES Calling on Alabama Legislators to pass life-saving distracted driving bill BY MICHELLE LUNSFORD They say time heals all wounds, but for me it’s not so easy. You see just over a year ago my only child was killed just twenty-six days before her eighteenth birthday, and three months to the day before she would have graduated from Thompson High School. My sweet daughter Cici was distracted by her cell phone while driving. In the course of only a few short seconds she went from wishing a friend happy birthday to slamming her brakes as she slid underneath an 18-wheeler on I-65. Yes, she made a mistake, like many of us do every day. However, if there was law in place that forced her to put her phone down, Cici might still be here today. As we approach the last few weeks of Alabama’s legislative session, I’m asking lawmakers to pass the hands-free bill and save lives. House Bill 404 will make holding or touching a cell phone, or other wireless telecommunication devices, while driving illegal. This hands-free bill is designed to make our roads safer by requiring drivers to be more responsible behind the wheel. The hands-free legislation is not meant to take away your rights to be talking via your hands-free device; you can still make a one touch phone call and you can use GPS to help navigate. However, this law does prevent you from texting, watching YouTube, streaming Netflix, or looking at your Facebook feed while driving. Just last year, we watched our neighbor, the state of Georgia, become the 16th state to adopt hands-free legislation and since the law went into effect July 1, they have already seen positive results. Traffic fatalities fell 3.4 percent in 2018, and we can do the same or even better in

Michelle Lunsford, right, with her daughter Cici Lunsford, who died in a car accident while texting and driving. Alabama if we pass similar legislation. Just a few weeks ago, both Arizona and Tennessee also recently passed handsfree laws to continue to make their roads safer. The law enforcement community has come forward to tell us that the current law banning distracted driving is simply not enforceable, because officers can’t determine if someone was texting while driving or simply dialing a phone number or using GPS. Statistics show teens are particularly at risk. They are a shocking four times more likely than older drivers to get into accidents caused by distracted driving. This new law would prohibit the use of a wireless communication device altogether, except to follow a route on a navigation system, as long as the address information was entered prior to operating the vehicle or in an emergency situation. There is a billboard on I-65 northbound in Pelham near the Cahaba Valley Rd exit. It

is a picture of my daughter in her cap and gown as well as a picture of her car after the crash. Both pictures were taken on the same day. The billboard says, “DISTRACTED DRIVING KILLS GO HANDS FREE ALABAMA!” I’m calling on every Alabamian to help make sure that by the time the billboard comes down, the hands- free bill is made a law. I’m asking that Alabamians call their Senators and Representatives and ask them to vote “YES” for Cici’s Law, for their own safety as well as their families’ safety while behind the wheel. We must continue to teach our loved ones about the dangers behind distracted driving. However, it’s our lawmakers who have the power to make a real impact and keep the roads safe. Michelle Lunsford of Birmingham is the mother of Camryn "Cici" Callaway, who died in a traffic accident at age 17.

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MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed by Jessie J.Mims and Amelia T. Mims, husband and wife, originally in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Bank of America, N.A., on the 3rd day of December, 2010, said mortgage recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Dallas County, Alabama, in RLPY Book 1447 Page 655; the undersigned Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, as Mortgagee/ Transferee, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the main entrance of the Courthouse at Selma, Dallas County, Alabama, on June 26, 2019, during the legal hours of sale, all of its right, title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Dallas County, Alabama, to-wit: Lot Number 11, according to a map of John G. Daum and Rudolph R. Krenz, subdivision, known as Highland View, said map being recorded in the Probate Office of Dallas County, Alabama, in Map Book 1, at Page 123, said lot having a frontage on the east side of Broad Street of 174 feet and 6 inches and extending back in an easterly direction with that uniform width a distance of 368 feet. Property street address for informational purposes: 2806 N Broad St , Selma, AL 36701 THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AS TO TITLE, USE AND/ OR ENJOYMENT AND WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES ENTITLED THERETO. Alabama law gives some persons who have an interest in property the right to redeem the property under certain circumstances. Programs may also exist that help persons avoid or delay the foreclosure process. An attorney should be consulted to help you understand these rights and programs as a part of the foreclosure process. This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness secured by said mortgage, as well as the expenses of foreclosure. The successful bidder must tender a non-refundable deposit of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) in certified funds made payable to Sirote & Permutt, P.C. at the time and place of the sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid in certified funds by noon the next business day at the Law Office of Sirote & Permutt, P.C. at the address indicated below. Sirote & Permutt, P.C. reserves the right to award the bid to the next highest bidder should the highest bidder fail to timely tender the total amount due. The Mortgagee/Transferee reserves the right to bid for and purchase the real estate and to credit its purchase price against the expenses of sale and the indebtedness secured by the real estate. This sale is subject to postponement or cancellation. Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, Mortgagee/Transferee Elizabeth Loefgren SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. P. O. Box 55727 Birmingham, AL 35255-5727 Attorney for Mortgagee/ Transferee www.sirote.com/foreclosures 439312 May 2, 9, 16

in the said Probate Court as instrument in writing which purports to be the last Will and Testament of Adolphus Smith, Sr., deceased, and which is dated August 16, 2017 and which is attested by Andrew E. Allen and Deborah Caffy as subscribing witnesses thereto. Take notice further, that Brenda McCants this day also filed in the said Probate Court a petition in writing, praying the said Court to admit said instrument in writing to probate and record therein, as and for the last Will and Testament of said Adolphus Smith, Sr., deceased. Take notice further, that said Probate Court has appointed Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. for hearing said petition, at which time you can appear and contest said petition, if you think proper to do so. Given under my hand, on this the 23rd day of April 2019. Jimmy L Nunn Probate Judge M. Alston Keith, Jr. KEITH & KEITH P. 0. BOX 9 Selma, Alabama 36702-0009 Attorney for Petitioner May 2, 9, 16, 23

Avenue, Selma, Dallas County, Alabama, Dallas County Ad Valorem Tax Parcel #1107253004023000. The above-referenced deed recites the Grantees “as joint tenants, with the remainder to their heirs and assigns, forever . . .”; however, no specific language is included in the granting clause as to how title is held and the habendum clause recites that the property is “ . . . unto the said Grantees as joint tenants, their heirs and assigns forever.” Due to the wording in said deed, no certification is made as to whether the said Quentin Strong holds an undivided one-half interest or some greater interest and the interest subject of this execution is only the legal interest that he presently holds. Said sale to be hold between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on the 10th day of June, 2019, at the Dallas County Courthouse, Lauderdale Street entrance in the City of Selma, State of Alabama. Said sale to be subject to all lawful liens and encumbrances, if any, against said property. Done this 7th day of May, 2019. Mike L. Granthum Sheriff of Dallas County, Alabama Virginia L. Blackwell Bozeman & Blackwell, LLC Attorneys at Law 627 Alabama Ave. P. O. Box 592 Selma, Alabama 36702 (334)872-6272 May 16, 23, 30

ness secured by said mortgage, as well as the expenses of foreclosure. The successful bidder must tender a non-refundable deposit of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) in certified funds made payable to Sirote & Permutt, P.C. at the time and place of the sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid in certified funds by noon the next business day at the Law Office of Sirote & Permutt, P.C. at the address indicated below. Sirote & Permutt, P.C. reserves the right to award the bid to the next highest bidder should the highest bidder fail to timely tender the total amount due. The Mortgagee/Transferee reserves the right to bid for and purchase the real estate and to credit its purchase price against the expenses of sale and the indebtedness secured by the real estate. This sale is subject to postponement or cancellation. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., successor by merger to Wachovia Bank, N.A., Mortgagee/ Transferee Ginny Rutledge SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. P. O. Box 55727 Birmingham, AL 35255-5727 Attorney for Mortgagee/ Transferee www.sirote.com/foreclosures 449672 May 16, 23, 30

PG 387 WB 78 PG 138 DB 1518 PG 691 (GFT) DB 1560 PG 526 (WD) Total Due: 83.57

Account#0000492860 CALLENS JEFFERY Parcel# 11062340020480000 LOT 8 SHERWOOD ADD. DB 1244 PG 85 S23 T17N R10E Total Due: 318.78

STATE OF ALABAMA COUNTY OF DALLAS PROBATE COURT To: Brenda McCants 229 Tenth Avenue Selma, Alabama 36701 Beatrice Forge 279 Norris Road Prattville, Alabama 36701 Alethen Ward 7130 Roespark Blvd., Lewis Center, Ohio 43035 Subrenia Diane Andrews 1204 Kenwood Ct., Prattville, Alabama 36067 Fondell Smith 336 Dalley Drive Selma, Alabama 36701 Annie P. Smith 3494 Sweetday Street, Columbus, Ohio 43224 Adolphus Smith, Jr., 32 Alabama Avenue Selma, Alabama 36701 Bennie Smith 705 Lapsley Street Selma, Alabama 36701 Charles Smith 705 Lapsley Street Selma, Alabama 36701 Take notice that, Brenda McCants has this day filed

Notice to the Creditors of Estate of: AMELIA T. MIMS, deceased. Letters of Administration upon the estate of said decedent having been granted to the undersigned on the 18th day of March, 2019, by the Probate Judge Jimmy L. Nunn of Dallas County, Alabama, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same, duly sworn to, in the Probate Court of said County within the time allowed by law, or else same will be forever barred. ANNETTE MIMS Personal Representative CHARLES H. SIMS, III Attorney for Petitioner P.O. Box 1432 Selma, AL 36702-1432 May 9, 16, 23 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DALLAS COUNTY, ALABAMA HOPE CREDIT UNION Plaintiff v. QUENTIN STRONG Defendant CIVIL ACTION NO. DV-2018900097 SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an Execution issued out of the District Court of Dallas County, Alabama, on an judgment rendered therein, in which Hope Credit Union is the Plaintiff and Quentin Strong is the Defendant, I, Mike L. Granthum, as Sheriff of Dallas County, Alabama, will sell to the highest, best and last bidder for cash at public outcry whatever equity the said Defendant may possess in the personal property or real property which is described below: The interest of said Defendant by virtue of deed from Irene B. Ruffin to Quentin Nero Strong and Onetia Stephanie Strong dated October 26, 2001, recorded in RLPY Book 1225, at Page 85 et seq., in the Probate Office of Dallas County, Alabama, said property being more particularly described as follows: “G” of Lot 1 of Block 18, according to a map of the Keith property recorded in the Probate Office of Dallas County, Alabama, in Map Book 2, at Page 18 A, said property being more particularly described as: Begin 76 feet and 3 inches east of the northeast intersection of Lauderdale Street and Griffin Avenue and run thence north parallel with Lauderdale Street 84 feet; thence east parallel with Griffin Avenue 38 feet; thence south parallel with Lauderdale Street 84 feet to the north margin of Griffin Avenue; thence west along the north margin of Griffin Avenue 38 feet to the point of beginning, and being a part of the property conveyed by James F. Flowers and wife, Ethel Mae Flowers to M. Alston Keith and Chambliss Keith by deed dated April 13, 1946, and recorded in the Probate Office of Dallas County, Alabama, in Record Book 370, at Page 50. LESS AND EXCEPT: Lot A of the division of the aforesaid Lot G of Lot 1 of Block 18, as shown by the plat of said division recorded in Map Book 5, Page 364 in the Probate Office of Dallas County, Alabama. SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to any and all easements, reservations, restrictions and rights-ofway heretofore filed for record, which affect said property. FOR REFERENCE ONLY: Property address 1005 Griffin

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed by William Gilmer Lindsey, III and Ruth Renee Lindsey, husband and wife and Margaret Givhan, unmarried, originally in favor of Wachovia Bank, National Association, on the 7th day of September, 2007, said mortgage recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Dallas County, Alabama, in RLPY Book 1386 Page 606; the undersigned Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., successor by merger to Wachovia Bank, N.A., as Mortgagee/Transferee, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the main entrance of the Courthouse at Selma, Dallas County, Alabama, on June 12, 2019, during the legal hours of sale, all of its right, title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Dallas County, Alabama, to-wit: Beginning at a grader blade in the drive way and being 213.0 feet North of a concrete pipe drain through drive and said Beginning Point is 1235.8 feet North and 695.7 feet East from the iron pin monumenting the Southwest corner of the East half of the Southwest quarter of Section 20, Township 16 North, Range 17 East, thence along center of drive North 00 degrees 25 minutes West 417.6 feet to a grader blade; thence West 440.0 feet to a grader blade; thence South 417.6 feet to a grader blade near a pecan tree; thence East 444.0 feet to the Point of Beginning. Said lot situated in the East half of the Southwest quarter of Section 20, Township 16 North, Range 7 East, Dallas County, Alabama, as surveyed by B.E. Reed of Jones, Alabama on May 7, 1956. The hereinabove described property being one and the same as described in mortgage recorded in Book 1386 and Page 606 and deed recorded in Book 1291 and Page 204 Property street address for informational purposes: 1152 County Rd 54, Safford, AL 36773 THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OR RECOURSE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AS TO TITLE, USE AND/ OR ENJOYMENT AND WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF ALL PARTIES ENTITLED THERETO. Alabama law gives some persons who have an interest in property the right to redeem the property under certain circumstances. Programs may also exist that help persons avoid or delay the foreclosure process. An attorney should be consulted to help you understand these rights and programs as a part of the foreclosure process. This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebted-

LEGAL NOTICE TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE CITY OF SELMA DALLAS COUNTY, AL Under and by virtue of execution issued by the City Clerk of The City of Selma for delinquent taxes due to The City of Selma and levied upon the property hereinafter described, I Jack Collier, Chief of Police of the City of Selma and Being the person designated by the City Council of the City of Selma to collect delinquent- taxes, will sell at Public Outcry to the highest bidder for cash on MAY 24TH, 2019 within the legal hours of sale in front of the Court House in the City of Selma, Dallas County, Alabama, the real estate in the City of Selma herein after described and assessed to names, TO-WIT:CITY OF SELMA VS THE FOLLOWING: Account#0000002010 ADAMS RICHARD H. Parcel# 11072510040030000 LT 29 BLK 4 ROBBINS ADDN MB 1 PG 100 SEC.25T17N-R10E. DB 1113 PG 65 (ROS) Total Due: 164.99 Account#0000530425 ALLEN PATRICIA V. ESTATE TRUST Parcel# 11062340010340000 LT 11 PARK AVE ADD. MB 3 PG 30 S23-T17N-R10E. DB 656 PG 331 (ROS) WB 80 PG 418 Total Due: 304.08 Account#0000003380 ALLEN ZILLMAN Parcel# 12093110021140000 W 1/2 LOT 12 BLK 10 MEDLEYDB-698 P-407 2904 ANNIE COOPER & 270 GREGORY ST Parcel# 12093110031150000 LOTS 3 4 & 5 EMANUEL BLKDB-698 P-407 Parcel# 12093110031220000 LOT 17 EMANUEL BLOCKDB-698 P-407 Total Due: 223.64 Account#0000521470 ATKINSON MANATHA Parcel# 11072640050130000 5.46 AC - ALL THAT PT. SW/4 OF SE/4, W-CRK; S-CAHABA RD & N-RR ROW IN S26-T17N-R10E. DB 696 PG 141 WB 60 PG 358 DB 1529 PG 434 (SWD) Total Due: 82.44 Account#0000010660 BEAN MILLIE-VIRGINIA -BELZORA Parcel# 11072530030330000 LOT 7 BLOCK 25 TREMONT Total Due: 112.97 Account#0000011650 BELL CECAL & JOHN BELL & MARIE BELL Parcel# 12093030010290000 LOTS 7 & 8 OF REDIV BLK 29 TUXEDO PARKDB 738 PG 378 WB-71 PG-317 Total Due: 90.92 Account#0000535865 BELL EUNICE Parcel# 11072540040170000 LOT 3 BLK 52 PLATTENBURG ADDN MAP DB102 PG 114 & CITY OF SELMA MRS DC RUSSELL MAP PG 70 IN S25-T17N-R10E (1409 LAWRENCE). -WB 20

Account#0000497400 BENNETT NATHANIEL Parcel# 11062440030200000 LOT 2 BLK F , OF A.J. MULLEN ADD S/D MB 1 PG 162 DB 1309 PG 751 S24 T17N R10E DB 1493 PG 238 Total Due: 151.99 Account#0000256000 BENNETT OSCAR L. & MARIA Parcel# 16020400010330000 LOT 21 KING S/D #3DB-1089PG-33DB-1209 P-348 Total Due: 283.72 Account#0000258090 BLACK BELT HOLDINGS LLC Parcel# 11072520050820020 W/2 LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 1 MULLEN ADDN S/D DB-1205 PG-258LAUDERDALE & 1003 FIRST AVENUE Total Due: 114.67 Account#0000350050 BOAZ ROSETTA Parcel# 12093030040210000 LOT 16-B BLK 20 TUXEDO PARK S/DWB-51 PG-9 Parcel# 12093030040220000 LOT 16-A DIV LOT 16 BLK 20 TUXEDO PARKDB-663 P-103 Total Due: 220.04 Account#0000054450 BOGLIN KATHERINE-E F DEYAMPERT-DOROTHY Parcel# 11072510030380000 LT 1-C-1 BLK 3 ROBBBINS ADD WB-59 PG-347 1501 FIRST AVE Parcel# 11072640030080000 LT 8 BLK 6 CRISMAN EXT TO UNIV WB-59 PG-347 (214 MINTER) Parcel# 11072640050440000 LT 19 BLK 1 MARKS ADD. WB 59 PG 347 DB 1454 PG 16 S26 T17N R10E Total Due: 241.17 Account#0000450500 BONNER WILLIE SR. HEIRS OF Parcel# 12093040020400010 LOT 37 BLK B SELMA TERRACE S/D DB 1042 PG 237 Total Due: 125.41 Account#0000479555 BOOKER AMY L. (LE) Parcel# 11062340060090000 LOT 7 BLK D WOODLAND HGTS S/D NORTH SECTION DB 1063 PG 753 WB 76 PG 315 S23 T17N R10E Parcel# 11083430010500000 LOT 36 MIDLAND HGTS S/D DB 512 PG 19 WB 70 PG 750 DB 1320 PG 30 DB 1345 PG 232 WB 76 PG 315 S34 T17 R10 Total Due: 802.95 Account#0000478375 BOOKER AMY L. AS TRUSTEE FOR MARY E. BOOKER Parcel# 11062430030410000 LOT 20 BLK C EDGEWOOD S/D DB 1101 PG 82 WB 76 PG 315 S24 T17N R10E Total Due: 404.15 Account#0000516765 BROWN LOIS GORDON Parcel# 11052200060200000 LOT 6 BLK B MERRIMAC HEIGHTS S/D MB 2 PG 97 S22-T17N-R10E. DB 640 PG 459 WB 78 PG 204 DB 1522 PG 1 (EXECUTORS DEED) DB 1522 PG 13 (WD) Total Due: 518.36 Account#0000008520 BUILDERS SUPPLY & SALVAGE CO. Parcel# 11072540041335000 BUILDING ONLY ON LEASED LAND BEING PARCEL27-11-07-25-4-004-133 Parcel# 11072540041340010 PT LT 3 REV'D BLK B PLATTENBURG ADDN S/ DDB-1118 PG-457 Total Due: 767.90 Account#0000505020 BURNS JULIA ANNE Parcel# 11073520000360000 LOT 7 & PT LOT 8 BLK C WEST HIGHLAND ADD MB 1 PG 175 IN S35-T17-R10- BEG NE COR LT 7, TH SE 200'; SW 285'; NW 213'; NE 345'S ALG S RR ROW TO POB... WB 36 PG 243 DB 1407 PG 381-382 DB 1452 PG 181 DB1504 PG 186 DB 1517 PG 481 (QCD) Total Due: 808.97 Account#0000429970 C & J RENTAL PROPERTIES LLC Parcel# 11073510020580000 ALL LT 11 & N4' LT 10 BLK 12 WEST END LAND CO S/D MB 1 PG 70 SEC 35-T17-R10 DB 1069 PG 315; DB 1325 PG 320; DB1379 PG 140 Total Due: 303.51

Account#0000534190 CARDONA JORGE L. Parcel# 11072640040600000 LTS 2 & 3 BLK 8 UNIVERSITY ADD MB1 PG 147 S26-R17-R10 DB 1140 PG 125 DB 0000 PG 000 (TAX SALE) TAX DEED #59780 Total Due: 103.93 Account#0000499710 CARTER ROSALIND C. & DONLEY DAVID C. & Parcel# 11072510030430000 E/2 LOT 2 BLK 3 ROBBINS ADDITION MB 1 PG 100 SELLMA AL. S25 T17N R10E 1713 MARTIN LUTHER KING ST - DB 850 PG 150 Total Due: 96.58 Account#0000509705 CHILDERS CONNER JARON Parcel# 12093110030120000 W/2 LT 6 & PT LT 5 BLK 2 CITY OF SELMA MAP, PG 50 - COM SW INT WATER AVE & DEDMAN ST, TH W 65' POB; W 67'; SWLY 150'; EWLY 2' TO W.L. LT 6; SWLY 10'; EWLY 65'; TH NWLY 160' TO WATER AVE POB IN S31 T17N R11E. DB 828 PG 7 DB 1246 PG 147 & 148 DB 1511 PG 400 Total Due: 252.06 Account#0000534405 COBB MARY JANE & WILLIE PAYNE Parcel# 12093030040380000 LOT 11 BLK 21 TUXEDO PK S/D DB 1068 PG 367 S30 T17N R11E (REDEMPTION) Total Due: 84.14 Account#0000521490 COSBY JUANTONIO & JANESHA Parcel# 12093110020150000 COM NW INT GREGORY ST & PERHAM AVE, TH N 150' POB; N 46'; W 88.5'; S 46'; TH E 88.5' POB IN S31-T17N-R11E. DB 699 PG 214 WB 70 PG 492 DB-000 DB-000 WB 70 PG 492 DB 0000 PG 000 (TAX SALE) WB 70 PG 492 (REDEMPTION) Total Due: 171.78 Account#0000519445 CRAIG ANTHONY J. Parcel# 11072540060650000 LOT 7 BLK C DC RUSSELLS MAP OF SELMA PG 75 S25T17N-R10E. DB 976 PG 441 DB 0000 PG 000 (2013 TAX SALE) DB 976 PG 441 (REDEMPTION) Total Due: 160.47 Account#0000065180 DAVIS BRENDA C. & WILLIAMS LANCE & LAMONT ETAL Parcel# 12093110031050000 LTS 16 & 17 BLK 8 SCHUSTER ADD MB 1 PG 138 S31-T17-R11. DB 279 PG 7 PM 323 PG 333 Total Due: 256.58 Account#0000042040 DAVIS KATIE M. Parcel# 11072540060390010 PT. LOT 7 BLK B (GRIFFIN) DB-1089 PG-511 Total Due: 80.75 Account#0000535160 DELTA PI LAMBDA E D U C A T I O N A L FOUNDATION & ALPHA Parcel# 11072520050910000 ALL LT. 6 & N/2 LT 5 BLK 2 MULLEN ADDN. S/DMB 1 PG 63 SELMA S25 T17N R10E. DB 289 PG 9 DB 888 PG 47 WB 67 PG 78 DB 1185 PG 462 DB 1216 PG 332 DB 1550 PG 37 (FCD) DB 1558 PG 712 (QCD) Total Due: 544.37 Account#0000045970 DUBOSE HENRY M. JR. Parcel# 11083300020400000 LOT 1 BLK D KING S/D #4DB-743 P-199 Total Due: 317.65 Account#0000463055 DUNNING TOM Parcel# 11072530030190000 E 20' VOEGLIN AVE OF LOT 6 B LK 24 ROBBINS S/D Total Due: 81.88 Account#0000452600 DUNNING TOM & ERICA MARSHALL Parcel# 12093030030310040 LOT 4 REV'D LOTS 3-5 BLK 23 TUXEDO PARK S/D DB 1010 PG 138 DB 1395 PG 59 Total Due: 95.45 Account#0000471230 DUNNING TOM & ERICA MARSHALL Parcel# 11072640030180000 LOT 21 BLK 6 CRISMANS EXT. TO UNIV. ADDN. DB 988 PG 277 DB 1438 PG 473 S26 T17N R10E Total Due: 96.01


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Legal Notices Account#0000472310 DUNNING TOM & MARSHALL ERICA Parcel# 12093030030520020 LOT 11 BLK 24 TUXEDO PARK S/D DB 990 PG 318 DB 1438 PG 473 S30 T17N R11E Total Due: 108.45 Account#0000049100 EILAND FERRIN W. II Parcel# 11073510021010000 LOT 35 BLK 14 WEST END LAND CO.DB-1065 PG-332 Total Due: 172.34 Account#0000050110 ELMORE LEE G. Parcel# 12093110031450000 PT. LOT 7 OF LARGE LOT 3 BLK 25 N/S DEXTER AVE. Parcel# 12093140010020000 PT. LOT 7 OF LARGE LOT 3 BLK 25 DEXTER AVE.WB-35 PG-382 Parcel# 12093140010310000 LOT SIZE 195 X 237.5 ON DEXTER & RACEWB-35 PG-382 Total Due: 227.60 Account#0000050120 ELMORE LEE G. & J.R. WILLIAMS Parcel# 12093110031420000 PT. OF LOT 4 BLK 25 W/S RACE ST.WB-35 PG-382 Parcel# 12093140010010000 LOT 4 BLK 25 FAIRMONT ADD---WB-35 PG-382 Parcel# 12093140010320000 LOTS 5-8 BLK 30 FAIRMONT ADD.WB-35 PG-382 Total Due: 245.69 Account#0000536155 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION Parcel# 11083420000280000 LTS 8, 9 & 10 BLK I M.J. BARRETT S/D MB 1 PG 151 S34-T17N-R10E. DB 1136 PG 700 DB 1560 PG 762 (FCD) Total Due: 1299.72 Account#0000053300 FIKES THOMAS H. & DOROTHY M. Parcel# 12093110020210000 LOT 1 BLK 3 WATER & LAVENDERDB-1033 PG-261 Total Due: 309.16 Account#0000056530 FRISON DEBRA ANN (1/2) & KENNETH I. KNIGHT (1/2 Parcel# 12093030020790000 LOT 23 BLK I WEAVER ADD SEC.30-T17N-R11E. DB 1056 PG 550 (WD) DB 1536 PG 179 (1/2) Total Due: 225.49 Account#0000451135 GANTT SHEDRIC L. Parcel# 11062440030710000 LOT 2 BLK F PRIMROSE TERRACE ADDN DB-1314 P-418 DB-1311 P-528 Total Due: 315.95 Account#0000389190 GARNER PAUL Parcel# 12093110021310000 LT 27 BLK 13 CLIFFORD STONE S/D DB-1342 PG-406 Total Due: 278.63 Account#0000059310 GARY ANNIE M. MARTIN HEIRS OF Parcel# 11072510040240000 LOT 62 BLK 4 ROBBINS ADD DB 912 PG 346 S25 T17N R10E Total Due: 317.65 Account#0000504705 GEORGE JONATHAN & KADREIKA CLIFTON Parcel# 11072530010400000 LOT 3 BLK 21 MRS DC RUSSELLS MAP OF SELMA PG 64 IN S25-T17-R10. DB 415 PG 210 DB 1436 PG 89 & 92 DB 1461 PG 467 DB 1507 PG 246 Parcel# 11072530010470000 LOT 15 BLK 21 MRS DC RUSSELLS MAP OF SELMA PG 64 IN S25-T17-R10. DB 521 PG 440 DB 1436 PG 89 DB 1461 PG 467 DB 1507 PG 246 Total Due: 1160.85 Account#0000422930 GIBSON BARAK & CYNTHIA Parcel# 11073620010690000 PT. LOT 10 BLK 48 TREMONT DB-1031 P-241 DB-1376 PG-189 Total Due: 720.97 Account#0000536700 GLOVER CASSANDRA JORDAN & HENRY JORDAN III Parcel# 11072530021870000 LT 4 BLK 7 PLATTENBURG ADD. S25 T17N R10E DB 549 PG 570 DB 1243 PG 653(LE) DB 1248 PG 798 DB 1540 PG 71 (AFF) DB 1540 PG 72 (WD) Total Due: 181.39 Account#0000062290 GOLDSBY THELMA P HEIRS OF Parcel# 12093110010840000 PT. OF LOT 8 OUTLOT 32DB-724 PG-318 AFF-1069 PG-827

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Legal Notices Total Due: 175.73 Account#0000417820 GRAYSON CHINESTER Parcel# 11072640040550000 LTS 8 & 9 BLK 8 CRISMAN EXT TO UNIV ADD MB 1 PG 147 S26-T17-R10 WB45 PG 359 Total Due: 98.27 Account#0000455455 GREEN LOIS C/O USDA Parcel# 11083430030190000 LOTS 13 & A OF LOT 14 BLK 1 FAIRVIEW S/D DB-1394 P-628 Total Due: 544.37 Account#0000446170 HALE BENJAMIN F.,III & HATTIE Parcel# 12093110020270000 LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 4 MRS D.C. RUSSELLS MAP S-31 T-17N R-11E DB-1222 PG-182 Total Due: 243.01 Account#0000077880 HOLLINS CLARENCE E. Parcel# 12093140010700000 E/2 LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 2 FAIRMONT ADDN S/D SHELLY AVEQCD-1108 PG-383 Total Due: 84.71 Account#0000350260 HOPKINS BETTIE M (HEIRS OF) HARPER DAN (LE) C/O WILLIAM HOPKINS Parcel# 11073610020630000 LT 12 BLK 6 CLARK SCHOOL URBAN RENEWAL AREA S/D DB 220 PG 754 DB 1103 PG 754 DB-1293 PG-495 DB 1231 PG 223 S36 T17N R10E Total Due: 237.93 Account#0000500090 HUFFMAN SAUNDRA D. Parcel# 11062310050130000 LT 27 BLK C HICKS S/D MB2 PG 13B IN S23-T17-R10. Total Due: 356.09 Account#0000533555 J AND J PROPERTY LLP JACQUELINE MCMILLIAN Parcel# 11073540010380000 LT 11 BLK O RIVERVIEW ADD MB 1 PG 73 S35 T17N R10E. DB 1043 PG 114 DB 1312 PG 199 DB 1550 PG 545 DB 1555 PG 133 (WD) Total Due: 253.76 Account#0000438710 JACKSON DOROTHY CARTER Parcel# 11073620020200000 LOT 3 BLK 3 JONES ADD. DB-368 P-190 WB-74 PG-362 Total Due: 129.37 Account#0000084240 JACKSON ROSIE L. Parcel# 11072530021050000 LT 9 BLK 6 CITY OF SELMA MAP PG 61 (MABRY STREET) IN S25-T17N-R10E. DB 964 PG 86 (ROS) Parcel# 11072530021070000 LT 10 BLK 6 CITY OF SELMA MAP PG 61 (TREMONT STREET) IN S25-T17N-R10E. DB 856 PG 345 (ROS) Total Due: 363.65 Account#0000216550 JOHNSON MARY L. & LAKESHA S. BELL Parcel# 11062430020440000 LOT 18 BLK C KING S/D #2 PLAT #1DB-1114 PG-903 DB-1147 P-378 Total Due: 119.19 Account#0000282200 JOHNSON NATHANIEL PT LT 13 BLK 30 (AKA BLK 122) - COM N/L JL CHESTNUT BLVD & W/L LAUDERDALE; W 100.75' TO POB; W 39.25'; N 115.21'; E39.25'; S 115.21' TO POB S25 T17N R10E Total Due: 495.18 Account#0000088720 JONES A. C. Parcel# 11072540011390000 LOT 13 BLK 59 ST. ANNDB996 PG-389 Total Due: 160.47 Account#0000360580 JONES JAMES Parcel# 11082740030460000 LOT 7 BLK 1 KIRKLAND GROVE S/D DB-1316 P-703BASE YR HS 2006 Total Due: 146.90 Account#0000515020 JONES LEONARD CEDRIC Parcel# 12093110021310060 LT 15 BLK 13 CLIFFORD STONE S/D MB 2 PG 82 S31 T17N R11E DB 1055 PG 678 DB 1315 PG 726 DB 1519 PG 488 (WD) Total Due: 117.50 Account#0000090510 JONES NANCY ESTATE C/O BARBARA M. HUNTER Parcel# 12093030030670000 LOT 9 BLK 14 TUEXDO PARK S/DWB-27 PG-13 Parcel# 12093030030690000 E/2 LOT 11 BLK 14 TUXEDO PARK S/DWB-27 PG-13

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ACROSS 1 Doctor's interruption 5 Attys.' org.down south 8 Operation 11 Ice skater Kulik 12 Montreal street 13 Just released 14 Atmospheric pressure unit 15 Blow it 16 Letter enc., maybe 17 It's owed on some roads 19 Harmony, so to speak 21 Hindu garment 23 Diva's delivery 26 Target 29 Check out 30 Sprightly 31 Bagpipe player 33 Ancient highway 35 Diminutive 36 Many a returning soldier 37 Castaway's refuge, perhaps 39 Gunks 41 Send forth 44 Black-maned beast 46 Not hers 48 Elsie and ilk 50 Take notice of 51 Debtor's promise 52 Abbr. following a list of people 53 Classifieds or personals 54 Unspecified individual 55 'No sweat!'

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Obituary Mary Catherine (Katy) Johnston Scott, 81, of Clanton, AL died Friday, May 3, 2019, at South Haven Nursing Home, Hoover, AL. She was born on February 24, 1938 in Selma, AL, to Charles Eugene Johnston and Louise Inez Williams Johnston. Full of joy, she loved her Lord first, her husband Carl Scott, Jr, and family. Mrs. Scott was a church secretary for Liberty Church in Hoover, AL for many years and a homemaker all her married life. She proudly attended Auburn University and Mississippi Southern College. She had a heart of love for her family and friends and her many dogs over the years, particular beagles (Hawkeye) and black labs (Rango, Bubba). Surviving are her Children, Dean Randall (Sarah) Scott of Auburn, AL, Dale Allen Scott of Stillwater,

OK, Christy Scott (Doug) Marshall of Alabaster, AL; Grandchildren, Deanna Rene Marshall, Adrienne Leigh Marshall (William) Bruner, Eric Douglas Marshall, Tristan Darby-Scott; GreatGrandchild, Beckham Scott Bruner; much loved SisterIn-Law, Sue Scott McKenzie of Largo, FL. She fiercely loved her children and grandchildren, and was the best Maw Maw a child could have. She was preceded in death by her Parents, Charles Eugene Johnston (Daddy) and Louise Inez Williams Johnston (Mother), her Sister and Brother-In-Law, Louise Miriam Pellman and Edward Richard Pellman, and her Loving Husband Carl Scott, Jr. The service was Monday, May 13, 2019 at Liberty Church in Hoover, AL., with Pastor Bruce Terry and

Pastor John Fichtner officiating. Interment was at the Alabama National Cemetery, Montevallo, AL. Pallbearers were Allen Scott, Deanna Marshall, Eric Marshall, William Bruner, Moses Adeniyi, and Buddy Sizemore. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Liberty Church Missions or Liberty Church Music/Worship Fund, 2732 Old Rocky Ridge Road, Hoover, AL, 35216. Martin Funeral Home of Clanton, AL directing. You may leave online condolences for the family at www.martinfuneralhomeinc. com Editor’s note: Mary Catherine Scott married Carl Scott, Jr. at First Presbyterian Church in Selma, which is now Cornerstone Presbyterian Church. Her son-in-law, Doug Marshall, is co-founder of the Selma Sun.

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March 16 Selma Redevelopment Authority Meeting at 4 p.m. in the conference room of Trustmark Bank, 310 Broad Street, Selma, AL, 36701These meetings are open to the public. For further information please contact: Juanda Maxwell, Chair, juandamaxwell@gmail.com

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Bird Walk for Beginners and History Buffs from 8-10 a.m. at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park, 9518 Cahaba Rd, Orrville, AL- Fee: $8 per person. Learn the basics of bird identification from an experienced birder on this easy two-hour walk through historic Old Cahawba Archaeological Park. All skill levels are welcome to attend. Meet at the visitor’s center, rain or shine, and bring your binoculars and bird guide if you have them. Call 334-8728058 for more information or visit www.cahawba.com or www.f acebook.com/oldcahawba. M.O.R.E: Motivating Others and Revitalizing the

Environment: Join John T. Morgan Academy and Councilwoman Miah Jackson at Live Oak Cemetery for a cleanup at 8-10 a.m. Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce 9thAnnual Community Shred Day from 10 a.m.-noon at the Selma & Dallas County Center for Commerce, 912 Selma AveLimit of four standard boxes or four large trash bags per household. –Selma Area Food Bank will also be on site accepting canned good donations. Sponsored by ASE Credit Union.

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The YMCA of Selma-Dallas County is having senior B-I-NG-O from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month.

Dallas County Family Resource Center will hold Money Smart Classes on Wednesdays from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Dallas County Family Resource Center, 10096 AL Highway 14 W in Selma. To reserve your seat in these classes, call 334-874-7785. Water and light snacks provided.

May 22 Dallas County Family Resource Center will hold Money Smart Classes on Wednesdays from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Dallas County Family Resource Center, 10096 AL Highway 14 W in Selma. To reserve your seat in these classes, call 334-874-7785. Water and light snacks provided.

May 31 5th annual Community Festival at Edmundite Missions at 11 a.m. This free event is designed as a place for the whole community to come together, relax, and enjoy one another.

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SELMA SUN

May 16, 2019

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EDUCATION

Scholars from Selma City Schools were awarded bikes by the Selma Rotary Club.

Reading Specialists end of the year meeting.

End of year party for sixth graders at Morgan Academy at Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange, Ga.

Dauntae King Sr. was the recipient of the James A. Mitchell Technical Award. His advice to prospective students is, "If you have the drive, Wallace will meet you with the other half! Just get up and do it!”

A class at Morgan Academy celebrated the end of the year at InShape Fitness.

Shadow-a-Student Day By Avis Williams

Selma City Schools Superintendent Last week, Team Selma central office administrators had amazing opportunities to participate in Shadow-a-Student Day. What an engaging experience! My scholar was a 5th grader at Meadowview. At the start of class, we participated in the morning class meeting where students shared their good news. Our teacher was funny and it was clear that her rapport with the class was genuine and positive. My classmates shared about siblings and other family members graduating from college, visits from cousins and helping with Sunday school. One brave young man even shared that he met his grandfather for the first time over the weekend. I was happy

that he felt safe sharing this with his peers. We had physical education shortly after this. As a PE major myself, I looked forward to this. I jumped circles around my peers while jumping rope during a cardio circuit. My pushups and sit-ups were pretty impressive too! I tried not to make my new friends feel bad as some of them struggled more than me to accomplish our tasks. Small group reading was next followed by time in the computer center. My scholar taught me some basics of coding. She was supportive and very confident. It was an incredible day. The following day during our debriefing at our cabinet meeting, I learned that other members of Team Selma had very different experiences. In short, it’s clear that we have

much work to do in order to create equity across all of our schools. My expectation is that every scholar has the opportunity to thrive in a safe and supportive learning environment. This activity brought to light that we have work to do in this area. Fortunately, my team and I are committed to ensuring that our scholars have all that they need to be successful today as well as beyond high school graduation. This experience further solidified “My why” and made it very clear that we are moving in the right direction. The pictures speak volumes. Thanks so much to our teachers, leaders and scholars for making this an excellent learning opportunity! For more information, email me at avis.williams@selmacityschools.org

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May 16, 2019

SELMA SUN

SPORTS So close, but Morgan Academy falls short of winning first state baseball championship BY FRED GUARINO Selma Sun Staff

So close for a Morgan baseball championship, but no cigar. The Morgan Academy Senators came within three strikes of winning their first ever AISA State Baseball Championship 8-7 over the defending state champion Pike Liberal Arts Patriots at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery on May 9. But a disastrous seventh inning saw the Patriots come from behind to claim the AISA Class AAA State Baseball Championship for the second year in a row by a score of 13-8. "Just give Pike credit. They came out and whipped our tail," said Morgan first-year head baseball coach Stephen Clements. His Senators ended the 2019 season with a final record of 30-2 and with their only two losses the whole year coming in the championship series against Pike Liberal Arts to finish as AISA Class AAA Runner-up. "We made too many mistakes. We made some errors, and some of those errors were forced," Clements said. But in the end, he said, "They (Pike) did more than we did." Clements said, "We had a great year." And he said he was proud of his players. "They battled all year. I don't know of too many teams in the state that had 30 wins on the year... especially 30 wins and two losses. The last two losses just happened to come at the end of the year." The Patriots scored 13 runs on 9 hits and one error. And

Chandler Golden went all the way for Pike Liberal Arts on the mound. Matthew Davis pitched for Morgan until the top of the fifth inning when he was lifted for freshman Andrew Thomas. Thomas was lifted for Brayton Brown in the top of the seventh inning. And Brown was lifted in the top of the seventh after three batters for Davis to return to the mound. Reflecting on the play of his team, Clements said, "You can't take anything away from Gunnar Henderson. He's our most valuable player... He’s just been a stud all year and led us and led us. He's a special kind of kid." "Jeremy Lee has been a bulldog for us all year. He just gets on the mound and battles his butt off, and he led us in strike outs. And he also gets on the plate and hits the way he hits... I think he's got seven home runs on the year." Clements noted, "Matthew Davis has pitched well all year. And then you've got the other two who signed and went to Auburn (Brayton Brown and David DuCote). I mean we had some really good talent, some really good players. And we did some great stuff." The Senators entered the championship series with a perfect 29-0 record. And with team mascot, Cash, the giant stuffed animal looking on, took game one on May 8 by a score of 13-1 in three innings. Jeremy Lee pitched all three innings for the Senators, and Pike was stunned when the 12-run mercy rule was applied against them.

Lee struck out five batters. Gunnar Henderson had two hits and two RBIs, Matthew Davis had two hits, and Dione Allen had two RBIs. However, the Senators fell in game two 7-6, forcing a game three to decide the championship on Thursday. Lee pitched 3.2 innings in game two while Henderson pitched 2.1 innings. Lee struck out four batters and Henderson struck out three batters. Henderson and Lee had two hits each. Xavier Green had two RBIs, Lee had two RBIs and Joseph Estes had one RBI. School was out at Morgan Academy Thursday as the Senators returned to Riverwalk Stadium for game three. Morgan Academy Headmaster Mark Knight said Wednesday, "We had an overwhelming response today of students, families, faculty and staff that attended the game(s) and supported the Senators." And Knight said, "After consulting with members of the board and faculty, I have made the decision to close school again tomorrow (Thursday) to allow those who wish to attend the game to do so.” That set the stage for Thursday's action and for the Senators to go for their first-ever state championship in baseball. Pike struck first in the top of the first inning to take a 2-0 lead. But in the bottom of the first inning Brayton Brown hit a triple to make it a 2-1 ballgame, and Joseph Estes got a two RBI single to make it a 3-2 game in favor of Morgan. The Patriots tied the game in the top of the third inning at 3-3. But Matthew Davis got two RBIs

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in the bottom of the third inning to put the Senators on top 5-3. The Patriots tied the game a 5-5 in the top of the fourth. But the Senators made it a 7-5 ballgame with a David DuCote double, a Jeremy Lee infield hit, a Xavier Green single and a Joseph Estes single in the bottom of the fourth. Pike made it a 7-6 game in the top of the fifth, however, on a Chandler Golden home run. Pike Liberal Arts would make it a 7-7 contest in top of the sixth. And Morgan would respond to make it an 8-7 on a Henderson double and Lee RBI.

But then the fireworks began and Pike put on a six run performance to take a commanding 13-8 lead which Morgan couldn't answer. Senators Henderson, Lee and Davis were named to the AllTournament Team. Brown, DuCote and Henderson have already signed to play their college ball in the Southeastern Conference with Auburn University. But what about the future? Clements said, "I think it looks good." He said the Senators will return five juniors, two being pitchers, and "I'm excited about what they are going to do." He also said

there are three more juniors with them. He said his ninth grade class will be a 10th grade class "especially guys like Andrew Thomas, a freshman who came in and pitched in a championship game. And in the sophomore class we've got Matthew Free and Ben Fiester... so they are going to be some guys who got some work this year, and they are going to be good for us." But with Tournament Most Valuable Player Golden and an overall record of 26-11, the Pike Liberal Arts Patriots are the 2019 AISA Class AAA State Champions of baseball.

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