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Two injured after being shot in vehicle on Hwy. 82


Victims were traveling eastbound in Starkville to release any possible suspect
descriptions or speak to possi-
ble motives for the shooting. He
cy Medical Services Director
Michael Hunt said the victim at
OCH is in stable condition. He
By Alex Holloway fice deputies responded to the on their way to their residence added police do not currently said he was not sure of the oth-
aholloway@cdispatch.com reported shooting at 2:02 a.m. in Columbus. According to the believe the shooting was a ran- er victim’s status.
Saturday on Highway 82, be- release, the vehicle was east- dom incident. Two other vehicle occupants
Starkville Police Depart-
tween Highways 25 and 389. bound on Highway 82 before Lovelady said one victim were unharmed, according to
ment officers are investigating
an early Saturday morning When officers arrived, they being hit by multiple gunshots was airlifted from the scene to the release.
shooting on Highway 82 that found a vehicle off the road and and leaving the road. North Mississippi Medical Cen- Anyone with information on
sent two victims to the hospital. two male victims with apparent SPD Public Information Offi- ter in Tupelo, and the other was the shooting is requested to
According to a department gunshot wounds. cer Brandon Lovelady said the sent to OCH Regional Medical contact SPD at 662-323-4131
press release, officers and Ok- Police believe the victims incident remains under investi- Center. or Golden Triangle Crime Stop-
tibbeha County Sheriff’s Of- were driving through Starkville gation, and SPD is not yet ready Oktibbeha County Emergen- pers at 800-530-7151.

TESTING LIKE A BOSS Former parks


director pleads
guilty to
defrauding state
Peters becomes fourth
ex parks employee
to enter plea after
being charged with
embezzlement
By Alex Holloway
aholloway@cdispatch.com

Former Starkville
Parks and Recreation
Director Herman
Peters has pleaded
guilty for his role in
an embezzlement
case that saw mul-
tiple former parks
Peters
employees and con-
tractors arrested in 2017 and 2018.
Peters, 53, pleaded guilty to a
charge of conspiracy to defraud
the state on Monday in Oktibbeha
County Circuit Court.
Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge
Lee Howard issued Peters a 5-year
suspended sentence in the Missis-
sippi Department of Corrections,
five years of probation and a $750
fine.
Starkville aldermen fired Peters
on Jan. 2 after placing him on un-
paid administrative leave in late
December. Starkville Police De-
Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff
partment arrested him on Jan. 18.
Sale Elementary fifth grade student JaeQuoyiah Mixon, 10, raps about the end-of-year state assessments at the school That same day, police also arrested
cafeteria Monday afternoon. Mixon rapped with Atlanta-based musician and 2009 Columbus graduate David Horton. They former parks employees Schronda
performed a school collaborated hype song with the lyrics: “I had to boss up for my test. I had to stomp my failure’s neck.” Eddins, Anthony Stevenson and
Sale Elementary held a pep rally encouraging students to BOSS the test, building on student success. Mixon is the daughter Marion Watson. Diane Evans, a
of LaQuanda Ash. former parks and recreation ad-
ministrative assistant, was arrest-
ed on Dec. 29.
Peters was accused of conspir-
ing with Evans to pay Watson, Ste-
venson and Eddins for more hours

Man sentenced to 30 years for Camelot Apartments death than they worked between January
2015 and November 2017.
Evans was sentenced to a 5-year
First-degree murder charge in separate Brooksville him with a stick after a
game of dice at the apart-
suspended sentence, five years
of probation, a $1,000 fine and
Garden shooting retired as part of plea deal ments. Amos said Ander-
son had lost $50 to $100
$40,702 in restitution in January.
Stevenson was also sentenced to
By Alex Holloway lesser charge of manslaughter on Mon- during the game, but the a 5-year suspended sentence, five
aholloway@cdispatch.com
day in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court. other men were aware years of probation, a $1,000 fine
he had more money and and $23,505 in restitution.
Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge Lee
Tomas Bradford was sentenced to were attempting to take it. Eddins, who has previously
30 years in the Mississippi Department Howard sentenced Bradford to 10 years During the robbery, Bradford been convicted for false pretense
of Corrections on Monday for a 2016 in MDOC for the armed robbery charge Anderson, who was armed, shot Cole- in Lowndes County, was sentenced
armed robbery and deadly shooting. and 20 years for manslaughter. The sen- man, 17, in the head and killed him. in January to five years in prison,
Bradford, 18, was charged with tences are to run consecutively. Amos said Bradford faced a murder five years of post-release supervi-
armed robbery and second-degree mur- According to Assistant District Attor- charge because he, Coleman and Lee sion, five years of probation and to
der stemming from a March 4, 2016, in- ney Marc Amos, Bradford, along with agreed to rob Anderson, which led to pay $15,200 in restitution.
cident at Camelot Apartments. He plead- Abdural Lee and Decorian Coleman, Coleman’s death. Watson has not been convicted
ed guilty to the robbery charge and the robbed Neal Anderson while striking See Bradford, 3A or sentenced.

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Say What?
Did you hear? “It means a little bit more when you’re playing Ole Miss.
Armed border group’s leader And our kids will be ready to play.”
MSU baseball coach Chris Lemonis on the Bulldogs facing

said to have assassination plans the Rebels in the Governor’s Cup on Tuesday. Story, 1B.

69-year-old Hopkins, 69, made an

Sri Lanka minister: Easter


initial appearance in fed-
arrested by the eral court on Monday, two
days after the FBI arrested
FBI on charges
bombings a response to NZ attacks
him on charges of posses-
sion of firearms by a felon.
of possession of He was arrested in Sun-
land Park, New Mexico, a
firearms by a felon suburb of El Paso, Texas, Death toll from attacks in South Asian nation tating civil war ended in 2009.
where his group has been The six near-simultaneous at-
By CEDAR ATTANASIO
The Associated Press
stopping migrants, alert- now stands at 321 people, with 500 wounded tacks on three churches and three
luxury hotels and three related
ing the Border Patrol and
ordering them to wait until By EMILY SCHMALL the information. blasts later Sunday were the South
LAS CRUCES, N.M. — and KRISHAN FRANCIS
agents arrive. Wijewardene blamed “weak- Asian island nation’s deadliest vi-
The leader of an armed The Associated Press
He will plead not guilty ness” within Sri Lanka’s security olence in a decade. Wijewardene
group that has been detain-
at a hearing next week in apparatus for failing to prevent the said the death toll from the attack
ing asylum-seeking fami- COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Sri
Albuquerque, said Kelly nine bombings at churches, luxury now stood at 321 people, with 500
lies from Central America Lanka’s state minister of defense
O’Connell, his attorney. hotels and other sites. wounded.
near the Mexican border said Tuesday that the Easter at-
He is being held without “By now it has been established Word from international intelli-
said two years ago that tack on churches, hotels and oth-
bond. that the intelligence units were gence agencies that a local group
he was training support- er sites in the South Asian nation
Hopkins allegedly in- aware of this attack and a group of was planning attacks apparently
ers to assassinate Hillary was “carried out in retaliation” for
vited an FBI agent into his responsible people were informed didn’t reach the prime minister’s
Clinton, Barack Obama the shooting massacre at two New
home in 2017 and showed about the impending attack,” he office until after the massacre, ex-
and billionaire Democratic Zealand mosques last month, ac-
him at least nine weapons, said. “However, this information posing the continuing political tur-
supporter George Soros, cording to a statement.
including an AK-47 assault has been circulated among only a moil in the highest levels of the Sri
according to a criminal The minister, Ruwan Wijewar-
rifle and ammunition. Ac- few officials.” Lankan government.
complaint filed Monday. dene, told Parliament the govern-
cording to the complaint, As Sri Lanka’s leaders wrangled On April 11, Priyalal Disanay-
The FBI declined to ment possessed information that
he first told the agent that the aftermath of an apparent home- aka, Sri Lanka’s deputy inspector
comment on why it waited the series of bombings in and out-
the weapons belonged to grown militant attack and massive general of police, signed a letter
to bring charges against side of Colombo that killed more
his live-in girlfriend, but intelligence failure, security was addressed to the directors of four
Larry Hopkins following than 300 people were carried out
then referred to one of the heightened Tuesday for a national Sri Lankan security agencies,
a search in 2017 but his “by an Islamic fundamentalist
weapons as his. day of mourning and the military warning them that a local group
arrest follows widespread group” in response to the Christ-
Hopkins told members
criticism after videos sur- church attacks. He did not provide was employing powers to make ar- was planning a suicide attack in
of the Patriots in 2017
faced of their members evidence of explain the source of rests it last used when the devas- the country.
that they “were training
carrying firearms and to assassinate George So-
detaining groups of immi- ros, Hillary Clinton, and
grants crossing the bor- Barack Obama, because of
der. these individuals support
Members of the group of Antifa,”or anti-fascists,
the United Constitutional
Patriots say they want to
according to the com-
plaint.
Trump, business organization sue Democratic House chairman
draw attention to immigra- Members call Hopkins
Lawsuit accuses Democrats of
tion violations and assist their “commander” online Judiciary chairman issues subpoena
federal law enforcement in and in evidence presented harassing Trump and wielding their
patrolling the border. to the federal court.
new majority in Congress to try to
to former White House lawyer
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Current pricing for lighting Alumna named preferred


Caledonia soccer fields ‘not feasible’ candidate for Alcorn
Engineer: Project will Forrester said the preliminary
estimate in August did not include
poles with 500 LED lighting.
“That’s what we have at the (base-
State president
By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS
cost $230K minimum several items, including sales tax
and the higher than anticipated cost
ball fields),” he noted. “The 500-watt
(lighting) on those fields seems to
The Associated Press

By Slim Smith of bringing power to the site. He said be fine. I haven’t heard any com- JACKSON — The College Board in Mississip-
ssmith@cdispatch.com the plan he presented to the city was plaints about it.” pi says its preferred candidate to become the next
“focused on a standard of perfor- Forrester said he was confident president of Alcorn State University is an experi-
With the approach mance in the specs to insure a top he could find ways to reduce the
of the soccer season enced administrator who earned her undergradu-
quality lighting system.” costs to meet the $175,000 budget. ate degree from the school.
five months away, “We wanted to make sure there is The other issue is timing.
Caledonia officials The board announced Monday that the can-
going to be a quality that you expect, “We’ve lost kids every year who
met Monday evening didate is Felecia M. Nave. She has been provost
something you are going to be hap- are going to Columbus because
to go over plans to and vice chancellor for academic affairs at North
py with long-term,” he said. we are playing soccer on baseball
light two of the four Carolina Central University since June.
Commission members and alder- fields,” said park commission mem-
soccer fields. men alike said the plan presented to Nave was previously at Prairie View A&M
ber Beth Chisolm. “We’re going to University, where she was a professor of chemical
What they got in- Wiggins them Monday wasn’t feasible. lose our whole program if we don’t engineering and held other positions, including
stead was sticker shock, which may “We just don’t have that kind of
again threaten to disrupt the town’s get this soccer field up and running. director for faculty development and engagement.
money you’re talking about,” Al-
plans for the soccer season. We’ve been waiting a long time. “We believe the preferred candidate’s back-
derman Quinn Parham said flatly.
With $175,000 available for the We’ve got the money and now it’s not ground, both as a graduate of Alcorn State
“There has to be another way.”
lighting project, town officials be- enough.” University and many years of service in higher
“It may come down to wanting a
lieved there was sufficient money to Forrester said he understood the education, both as a faculty member and an ad-
Mercedes, but having the money to
light two of the four fields in the soc- group’s concern. ministrator, make this individual extremely well
buy a Chevrolet,” Mayor Mitch Wig-
cer complex, based on a preliminary gins said. “Isn’t there something we “Give me a few days and let’s see qualified for this opportunity,” Shane Hooper, a
cost estimate by Calvert-Spradling can do?” what we can come up with,” he said. College Board trustee who led the presidential
Engineers. But Monday, an updated The bulk of the money avail- “We’ll shift the design and come search committee, said at a news conference in
cost estimate has sent the project able from the project comes from a back with some more ideas that may Jackson.
back to the drawing board. $145,000 grant from the state’s small work.” Nave will visit Alcorn State’s campus in Lor-
In a joint work session of the municipality grant program. Last Wiggins said the goal now is sim- man on Wednesday to meet with students, admin-
town’s board of aldermen and park year, the town had secured another ple. istrators, faculty, staff and alumni. The College
commission, project engineer $25,000 in in-kind services. “We want the best quality we can Board is meeting at noon Wednesday on the cam-
Matt Forrester set the estimate Under the cost estimate provided have for the money available and pus and trustees are expected to confirm her for
at $165,000 to light one field and Monday, the lighting would consist want it completed by September,” the job at the historically black, land-grant univer-
$100,000 to provide lighting for each of 1,200-watt LED lights mounted he said. “Can we do that in the time sity. She would succeed Alfred Rankins, who left
of the other fields. on 70-foot poles. we have available? I don’t know. I’m the Alcorn State presidency after he was named
“I don’t see, unless there are some Parham, an administrator with concerned.” Mississippi’s higher education commissioner.
significant changes to the plan, how Monroe County Electric Power As the meeting adjourned, Alder-
we are going to light the two fields Association, said he believes the man Tammy McCool made a three-
for less than $230,000 to $240,000,” fields could be lighted for less than word request:
Forrester said of lighting two fields. $100,000 by switching to 60-foot “Hurry, hurry, hurry,” she said.

Area arrests

Bonner McBride Salter Slayton K. Kellum People Jones Reeves

Williams Wells Jr. Thompson Perrigin Colvin Irvin Carter Glass


The following arrests was charged with posses- weapon or other means to amine, possession of
were made by Lowndes sion of stolen property produce death. marijuana in a vehicle,
County Sheriff’s Office: and two counts of failure n Antonio Thompson, switched tag, expired tag,
n Deondre Bonner, to appear. 37, was charged with pos- expired driver’s license,
26, was charged with n Kristopher Kellum, session with intent to dis- improper equipment, no
possession of a weapon 36, was charged with pos- tribute. insurance and two counts
by a felon, possession, session of a weapon by a n Elijah Perrigin, 40, of failure to appear.
sale or transfer of a sto- felon. was charged with grand
len firearm, possession of n Ernest People, 51, larceny-more than $500.
marijuana in a vehicle, im- was charged with sexual n Akeia Colvin, 23,
proper equipment, child battery. was charged with sexual
restraint law violation and n Willie Jones, 55, was battery.
no driver’s license. charged with possession n Thomas Irvin, 32,
n Terrance McBride, of methamphetamine and was charged with posses-
41, was charged with pos- two counts of failure to sion of methamphetamine
session of cocaine, pos- appear. and failure to obey a po-
session, sale or transfer of n Jamie Reeves, 47, lice officer.
a stolen firearm and pos- was charged with pos- n Tony Carter, 38, was
session of a weapon by a session of methamphet- charged with possession
felon. amine. of methamphetamine,
n Kevin Salter, 35, was n Edwin Williams, 29, suspended driver’s li-
charged with domestic vi- was charged with fleeing cense, no insurance and
olence-aggravated assault or eluding in a motor ve- failure to yield right of
by strangulation, disor- hicle. way.
derly conduct and resist- n Charles Wells Jr., n Megan Glass, 25,
ing arrest. 41, was charged with ag- was charged with pos-
n Terry Slayton, 42, gravated assault with a session of methamphet-

Bradford
Continued from Page 1A
“Since there was an agreement and Bradford’s family to speak instead.
they all participated in it, the act of one is Emotions among Bradford’s family
the act of all, and it was certainly reason- ran high after Monday’s court proceed-
able for Mr. Anderson to defend himself ings. His mother, Theresa Bradford, said
while he was being robbed,” Amos said. she was dissatisfied with the stiff sen-
“Therefore that act would constitute the tence Howard issued.
unlawful killing of Decorian Coleman.” “There needs to be justice for To-
Lee, who has also been charged with mas,” she said. “It’s a lose-lose situation.
armed robbery and second-degree mur- He didn’t actually kill anyone. I wish it
der, pleaded guilty to robbery in July would have been a lighter sentence.”
2018. Amos said Lee hasn’t been sen- Bradford’s father, Thomas Belk, said
tenced yet, but the prosecution hopes
he understood why some of the family
to resolve that during the current court
was upset. However, he said the sentenc-
term.
ing could have been worse if Bradford
As part of Bradford’s plea deal, the
state retired a first-degree murder had gone to trial, as he was scheduled to
charge against him for an August 2017 on April 29.
shooting at the Brooksville Garden “I’m pleased that I still have my son,”
Apartments. In that case, Bradford Belk said. “He could have been killed as
was charged with shooting and killing well as his friends.
20-year-old Deontay M. Rogers. “I know people are emotional now,
Sandford Knott, a Jackson attorney and they might not understand now, but
representing Bradford, said his client I hope they come to understand that this
may be eligible for early release on the was the best offer he was going to get,”
manslaughter charge. Knott declined to he continued. “Emotions are high now,
comment further on the case, allowing but the sun will come up tomorrow.”
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Slimantics
When it’s
appropriate
to dress in
‘black face’
Today, let’s talk
about all the situations
where it is appropriate
to dress in “black face.”
...
Now that we have
produced that compre-
hensive list, let’s talk
about to what degree
politicians connected to
black-face incidents in
college should be held
accountable. Slim Smith
In recent months,
there have been reports of various state politi-
cal figures who were members of fraternities or
clubs at a time when black-face photos were re-
corded for posterity in their college yearbooks.
To date, none of the politicians have been
personally captured in black-face in the images,
but their friends and associates were. Guilt by
association? You could make the argument that,
at the very least, these officials did not appear
offended by it at the time. It’s the “company Mississippi Voices
you keep” argument and cannot be dismissed
entirely. Does it reveal something about these
people’s character or their private beliefs? Is
it part of a pattern? Or just an isolated, unfor-
Multiple voices move state forward
tunate incident that the person had no control
over and may not have even been aware of?
In an email from a reader, the case was made
on criminal justice reform
that its unfair to criticize people “outside their Editor’s note: This Movers and shakers are licenses, not paying fines and failing
time.” column, written early this better equipped to move drug tests. So it goes.
The reader pointed out the example of Ste- month, references a bill forward. Voters follow Mentally ill and addicts are sent
phen Foster, writing: that has since been signed their lead. That’s what’s to prison instead of treatment,
“He died in poverty at age 37 but not before into law. happening. making their already challenging
he had written over 200 songs. He was 100 The legislature has About five years ago a conditions infinitely worse.
percent American, the greatest of American just passed another new think tank emerged: In the early 1990s, I was co-chair-
musicians. bill designed to tackle FWD.us, funded by Bill man of the Metro Jackson Crime
“Do you realize when he was on stage, he Mississippi’s sky-high Gates, Mark Zuckerberg Commission with Wirt Yerger. The
was in black face? His songs were written in incarceration rate. and a dozen or more crack epidemic was raging, the
Negro dialect. His song “The Old Folks at How high is it? super rich finance and crime rate was skyrocketing and
Home” was written about slaves longing to England and France, tech titans. FWD.us has we cried out for more incarceration
return home. which have about the Wyatt Emmerich feet on the ground in and got it. I was co-chairman of
“So, are we smart, self-righteous modern same standard of living Mississippi. Staffers are Gov. Kirk Fordice’s commission for
people supposed to ban Stephen Foster’s songs? as Mississippi, have one- actively working with criminal justice reform. We passed
Really?” tenth the incarceration rate as our state legislators to make reform a sweeping new laws bolstering vic-
Although I am not aware of any movement state. Indeed, Mississippi has one reality. tims rights. My anti-crime creden-
to ban Foster songs — what would the Ken- of the highest incarceration rates in It’s an amazing coalition of both tials are impeccable.
tucky Derby be without the playing of “My the world. the left and the right, national and But over the years I have learned
Old Kentucky Home”? — the reader raises a Like a lot of Mississippians, my local. Not only is the ACLU and the that it is much more complicated. Re-
defense that often accompanys criticism of our approach to crime has been simple Southern Poverty Law Center on search is finding better solutions.
ancestors. — just lock them up. That’ll learn board, but also the conservative It is beyond the scope of this
The thinking goes that it is unfair to judge a ‘em. But like a lot of things in life, it’s Koch brothers’ Americans For column to write about all the details
person of an earlier era by the standards of to- never really that simple. Prosperity, Mississippi’s Center for of how House Bill 1352 addresses
day. There’s some truth to that, of course. Even For one thing, low pay for guards Public Policy, Empower Mississippi reform. It’s a lengthy bill. As voters,
the most enlightened people of earlier times, has created a broken prison sys- and Clergy for Prison Reform. we should encourage our representa-
would be judged, in some respects ignorant, tem in which criminal gangs have Then there are individual crusad- tives to keep moving forward.
bigoted and wrong-headed today. infiltrated our prisons, running the ers like Christina Dent. Check out The FWD.us gurus, other think
But in choosing Foster, I believe the writer contraband concession as a profit her podcasts. Her new nonprofit End tank experts and the conferees
may have chosen a poor example by which to center. It For Good deserves support. She is are aware of the touch points. For
make his case. Gangs operate both in and out of one of the most thoughtful and per- example, people who are in minor
Considered in the context of his time, what prison. To survive in prison, gang suasive speakers I have ever heard. trouble with the law are not very
we can discern of Foster from the historical membership is a necessi- organized. Yet the legal
record strongly indicates his use of black-face ty. Prisons have become
a breeding ground for
America spends $9 on incarceration for system requires them to
jump through all sorts of
differed significantly from the common usage.
His music certainly suggests as much. The more criminality. Rather every one dollar on rehabilitation. In hoops under the threat of
lyrics, although written in the black dialect, than reducing crime, imprisonment. Reducing
touch on themes common to all - love of home prisons are increasing European countries, it’s just the opposite. these hoops will lower
and family, a nostalgic yearning for the past, an crime. the incarceration rate.
appreciation of the natural beauty around him. So it’s crucial to break this cycle FWD.us targeted four states for Our current system is designed for
Understanding that, could it be that Foster, and keep young people capable of reform: Mississippi, Arizona and failure and imprisonment. We need
who died in 1864, was making a larger point rehabilitation from falling into the Oklahoma for its high rate of incar- a reality-based system that gets
in his music? Is Foster making the point that gang trap. Once there, it’s almost ceration and New York for its sheer people in crisis back on track, not
the sentiments expressed are human qualities impossible to escape. number of prisoners. stuck in jail.
shared by all, even blacks - something that We’re talking about a lot of souls. The first step was political: FWD. One example is suspending
seems obvious today, but was far from accepted Twenty-nine thousand Mississippi- us commissioned a comprehensive drivers licenses for minor drug pos-
in Foster’s time. ans are locked up in local, state and poll revealing widespread discontent session and failure to pay fines. You
But what of black-face? federal facilities. That’s a four-fold with our criminal justice system. can’t function in Mississippi without
It’s important to remember that in Foster’s increase over the last 30 years. Eighty percent of Mississippi a car, so people drive anyway, get
time, blacks were not permitted to perform be- So why does America, and believe it is important to “reduce caught and go to jail, setting them
fore white audiences. There are no photographs Mississippi, lock up so many people the number of people who are in jail down a vicious spiral alienation,
of Foster in black-face, so we do not know if his compared to Europe and the rest or prison.” By a two to one margin, resentment and destruction.
make-up was presented to make a black man’s of the world? Study after study has Mississippians believe incarceration Make no mistake: Law abiding
features comically exaggerated. Although it shown that America embraces a increases crime. citizens need to be protected from
is speculation, when you consider the nature punitive approach while Europe The poll was necessary to battle truly violent, incorrigible criminals.
of Foster’s “black” lyrics, it’s reasonable to embraces a rehabilitative approach. the knee jerk lock ‘em up reaction But our incarceration of the non-vi-
suggest that his use of black-face may not have America spends $9 on incarceration of the typical state legislator. For olent depletes our resources to fight
been the caricature we typically associate with for every one dollar on rehabilitation. decades, no legislator wanted to be those genuine threats to public
black face. In European countries, it’s just the seen as soft on crime. Penalties were safety.
Now, compare Foster’s use of black face to opposite. heaped on penalties. Non-violent This is not a new story. God gave
the far more common use of it. In Europe, prison sentences are offenders began serving huge sen- Moses a lot of laws but we couldn’t
Overwhelmingly, black face and the accom- shorter and the goal is to reintegrate tences without parole for technical help but break them. The wages of
panying “minstrel” music were used as a device the individual back into society as parole violations and drug addiction. sin was death. It got so bad God was
to mock, humiliate, dehumanize and caricatur- quickly as possible. In America, Finally, so many average Mississip- about to wipe away humankind.
ize black people. It was just as abhorrent then sentences are longer and reintegra- pians were affected through friends God came up with a new plan.
as it is today. Human decency — or the lack of tion is not considered a government and extended family that opinion Christ came to earth, ushering in a
it - transcends time periods. What’s wrong is function. changed. new covenant based on grace, faith,
wrong, whether it happened in 1880 or 1980 or Our nation’s unique history is a As a columnist, I keep hearing forgiveness and redemption. Only
today. factor: We had to conquer an indige- horror stories. Last week a dis- then did mankind begin its slow
As we consider the current state politicians nous people. Slavery was critical to traught mother, Lisa Moore, came climb out of barbarity.
who have been connected to the use of black the southern economy. Guns, whips to the Sun. Her 19-year-old ADHD For a state that overwhelmingly
face, there is no “context of their time” argu- and chains are part of our culture. son was sentenced to 50 years for professes Jesus as our King, we sure
ment to be made. Unfortunately, our punitive breaking into cars. He will serve a have an Old Testament criminal jus-
That this practice persisted in some of our approach has created a permanent- minimum of 12 years before he gets tice system. It didn’t work very well
colleges more than 20 years after the Civil ly disconnected underclass. That parole. That’s nuts. for God. It’s not working very well
Rights movement changed the racial landscape breeds crime. One lady was sentenced to five for Mississippi.
is something we should all regret and never Times change. Technology and years without parole for one pill box Wyatt Emmerich is the editor
seek to rationalize or defend. better communication can be an of opioids. Three thousand Mis- and publisher of The Northside Sun,
Slim Smith is a columnist and feature writer engine of progress. Public policy sissippians are in jail for technical a weekly newspaper in Jackson. He
for The Dispatch. His email address is ssmith@ research is more readily available. violations such as not showing up for can be reached by e-mail at wyatt@
cdispatch.com. Bad policy is more quickly exposed. hearings, driving with suspended northsidesun.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Tuesday, April 23, 2019 5A

Medicare, Social Security face shaky fiscal futures


Trump has declared benefit cuts to the nation’s their trust funds run dry. Nei-
ther President Donald Trump
fits rather than addressing the
program’s worsening finances.
tration on bipartisan changes
to lower costs, eliminate fraud
signature retirement programs off limits nor Capitol Hill’s warring fac-
tions has put political perilous
Many on both sides actually
agree that it would be better for
and abuse, and preserve the
program for future genera-
By ANDREW TAYLOR Medicare and Social Security. cost curbs on their to-do list. Washington to act sooner rath- tions.
The Associated Press It paints a sobering picture The report is the latest up- er than later to shore up the Sanders also took the oppor-
of the programs, though it’s date of the government’s trou- programs rather than wait until tunity to criticize Democrats’
WASHINGTON — The fi- bled fiscal picture. It lands they are on the brink of insol-
relatively unchanged from last calls to expand Medicare. She
nancial condition of the gov- in a capital that has proven vency and have to weigh more
ernment’s bedrock retirement year’s update. Social Securi- claimed such a step would
chronically unable to address drastic steps.
programs for middle- and work- ty would become insolvent in amount to a “total government
it. Trump has declared benefit Limiting her comments to
ing-class Americans remains 2035, one year later than previ- cuts to the nation’s signature Medicare, White House press takeover of health care” that
shaky, with Medicare pointed ously estimated. retirement programs off limits secretary Sarah Sanders said would cut out private-sector
toward insolvency by 2026, ac- Both programs will need and many Democratic presi- the report highlights the need options, endanger access to
cording to a report Monday by to eventually be addressed to dential candidates are calling for “serious-minded” lawmak- health care for seniors and fur-
the government’s overseers of avert automatic cuts should for expanding Medicare bene- ers to work with the adminis- ther strain the federal budget.

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Hairston Funeral Home 73, died April 21, 2019, was born March 23, Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania;
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2471. Sykes Funeral Home of
Services will be at 11
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Mary Hines Pentecostal Church near
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Amory.
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her residence. Inez Edmiston Visitation:
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Thursday, April 25 • 12 PM
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Health
Health tip
n The more active you are, the better. Exercise
boosts your heart health, builds muscle and bone
strength, and wards off health problems.
Source: webmd.com

Health tips from Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen


Eat your broccoli and have sex According to the contentment within
2018 survey, the relationships is
You know that Americans need
number of adults strongly associated
to eat more fruits and vegetables.
who went a year with the quality of
The Centers for Disease Control
(2018) without communication be-
and Prevention says only about
sex was 23%, a tween partners. So
10% of you get the recommended record high. It’s not
amounts: 1 1/2 to 2 cups of fruit, whatever your age,
just among baby turn off Facebook,
and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables daily. boomers. Eighteen
But did you also know that, accord- put down the phone
percent of women and ask someone to
ing to the latest General Social and 28% of men
Survey from the National Opinion share veggie-load-
age 19 to 29 report
Research Center, Americans are Drs. Oz and Roizen ed Thai or Viet-
having had no sex
having less sex than ever? Is there a in the past year, namese food with
connection? more than double you. It may have the
Well, overall health depends on the number in 2008. (Maybe it’s spice you need.
eating more produce, and a healthy because 35% of men age 18 to 34 are Mehmet Oz, M.D. is host of “The
sex life is influenced by overall living at home, compared with 29% Dr. Oz Show,” and Mike Roizen,
health. So, that lack of broccoli — of women.) M.D. is Chief Wellness Officer and
and an associated increase in the Poor health, plus a lack of face- Chair of Wellness Institute at Cleve-
prevalence of obesity and diabetes to-face interaction with potential land Clinic. To live your healthiest,
— may be a big factor in the declin- mates, may be to blame. Research tune into “The Dr. Oz Show” or visit
ing frequency of sexual relations. shows that sexual satisfaction and www.sharecare.com.

Around the state


Police: Louisiana man Mississippi woman one heard from her son Founder Chris Ro-
is when he made a phone driquez tells WLOX-TV
took Mississippi girl turns self in, saying she call while at a store on his goal is to bring people
he met online shot husband Mississippi Highway 63 together for community
ABERDEEN — Au- HERNANDO — A in Moss Point. service.
thorities say they will north Mississippi woman His abandoned car and The group’s Facebook
bring charges against a has surrendered to po- his body were later found page says it brings to-
24-year-old man who met lice, saying she shot and nearby. Moss Point police gether car and truck own-
a 13-year-old Mississip- killed her husband. Chief Brandon Ashely ers who are veterans of all
pi girl online and then Hernando police say says Martin’s body was military branches, along
picked her up and took 34-year-old Jamie Lynn found in an area known with friends and families
her to Louisiana. Johnson turned herself in for gatherings involving of first-responders.
Monroe County Sher- Wednesday night, saying drugs and alcohol. Events included an
iff Cecil Cantrell tells the she’d killed her husband Easter egg hunt and a toy
Northeast Mississippi hours earlier. The man,
Gregory Johnson, was
Court hears cases car race. And there were
vendors on hand with mil-
Daily Journal that Ron-
ald Joseph Latiolais III of found dead from a single at University of itary records. Food Truck
Gonzales, Louisiana, will gunshot wound in a bed- Mississippi law school owner True Paisely says
be charged with kidnap- room. OXFORD — Missis- he was in the Air Force
ping and sexual assault. Hernando Police Chief sippi Court of Appeals for 21 years and hopes to
The Advocate reports Scott Worsham tells judges are traveling away show, through his busi-
Latiolais was awaiting WMC-TV the couple had from their usual court- ness, that veterans can
extradition Monday after a history of domestic vio- room to hear two cases. make their dreams come
Ascension Parish sher- lence. The court is convening true after leaving the ser-
iff’s deputies arrested Johnson is charged Tuesday at the University vice.
him on a warrant accus- with murder, with a judge of Mississippi law school
ing him of indecent be- setting bail at $250,000. in Oxford.
havior. Bail was revoked on Judges are hearing
Newspapers did not previous child neglect arguments in an appeal
report whether he is rep- charges, though. Worsh- from a murder case from
resented by an attorney. am says the couple was Madison County and a
The girl was seen reported for locking their burglary case from Leake
Friday night outside a three children in the County.
restaurant in Aberdeen, house by fastening exte- A news release from
Mississippi. Investiga- rior doors with zip ties. the court says this is one
tors in Mississippi say La- of several visits the ap-
tiolais picked her up late Body found in woods pellate judges will make
to universities this year
Friday or early Saturday identified as missing as part of the Court on
and drove her more than
350 miles to Ascension
man the Road educational pro-
MOSS POINT — Au- gram for students and the
Parish. She was found
thorities in Mississippi public.
safe Saturday.
have identified a body Judges will talk with
found in a wooded area students after the oral
Man accused of in Moss Point as that of arguments. They will an-
mishandling gun, a Pascagoula man who
was reported missing last
swer questions but will
not discuss the cases
killing woman month. they are considering.
NATCHEZ — A con- The Sun Herald of Bi-
victed felon is accused loxi reports Deputy Cor-
of fatally shooting his oner Carole Anne Bur- Car show for veterans
sister-in-law while mis-
handling a gun at a Mis-
nett-Fagan announced held in Pascagoula
on Monday the identifica- PASCAGOULA — A
sissippi home. tion of 26-year-old Shawn Mississippi-based car
The Natchez Demo- Elliot Martin. She says club has held its second
crat reports 29-year-old his cause of death is still show to raise money for
Travion Marell Williams pending. veterans.
was arrested Saturday on Martin’s family has The “Those Who
charges of manslaughter said he was headed to Serve Car Club” held its
by culpable negligence Atlanta last month. His second car show Satur-
and possession of a fire- mother, Leah Kimble, day at a VFW post in Pas-
arm by a convicted felon. says the last time any- cagoula.
The Adams County Sher-
iff’s Office says Williams
was handling the gun in
the home’s carport that
evening when it fired a
single bullet that struck
40-year-old Felicia But-
ler.
Chief Deputy Jerry
Brown says the shoot-
ing is being investigated
as an accident. They say
Williams initially left the
house with the gun, but
later returned and coop-
erated with authorities.
County Coroner James
Lee says Butler’s body
was taken to the state
crime lab in Jackson for
an autopsy. It’s unclear if
Williams has a lawyer.

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Next stop for Columbus fantastic foursome: college hoops


BY BEN PORTNOY “They came to every game and they
bportnoy@cdispatch.com showed so much love and you can tell
they really wanted me to be there,” she
Four Columbus High School girls bas- said. “They were always here supporting,
ketball players took the next step in their always calling. It just felt like family.”
athletic careers Monday. For Hardin, Smith and Turner, they
Guard Hannah White inked her com- will continue their basketball journey to-
mitment to Alabama State while team- gether.
mates Berniya Hardin, Deryona Smith Sitting alongside one another at the From left, Colum-
and Jatyler Turner committed to Meridi- converted scorer’s table, the group bus High School
an Community College. laughed and smirked as family members basketball seniors
“It feels great that we can all go on a begged for photos of the college-bound Deryona Smith,
scholarship and be able to go to school contingent. Hannah Wade,
“It feels good to know that we’ll be able Berniya Hardin
for free and all the hard work finally paid
ball on the next level with each other,” and Jatyler Turner
off,” White said. “It really feels good.” sign their college
White, a 5-foot-8 guard/forward, point- Smith said. “I’m just ready to see how it
letters-of-intent in a
ed toward Alabama State’s persistence goes.” ceremony Monday.
on the recruiting trail as to what made it At Columbus, the foursome helped the
stand out. See signees, 2B Ben Portnoy/Dispatch staff

Ready to Play Ball! Msu basketball

Dawgs
wait on
Perry’s
choice
By PAUL D. BOWKER
pbowker@cdispatch.com

The men’s basketball


stage is certainly differ-
ent, at this point, between
Starkville and Oxford.
On the same day that
Ole Mississippi coach Ker-
mit Davis announced the
Rebels had talked former
Oxford High School star
Jarkel Joiner into coming
back home from Cal State
Bakersfield, Mississippi
State coach Ben Howland
Jim Lytle/Special to the Dispatch pondered over the only
Baseball teams from Starkville High School and Hernando High School, along with the umpiring crew, line up for the national anthem prior to scholarship spot he still
Monday night’s playoff game in Starkville. has left for the 2019-20
season.
Howland says he talked
mississippi state baseball to a possible recruit Mon-
day while not dropping his

Rivalry night: No. 9 Bulldogs take on No. 19 Ole Miss


name.
With 12 scholarship
players on hand, including
Columbus High School
BY BEN PORTNOY For MSU coach Chris Lem- sas on the road this past week- ball,” Lemonis said. “We didn’t star Robert Woodard
bportnoy@cdispatch.com onis, this will be his first time end, MSU is in desperate need of play extremely great this past II, who figures to play a
competing against the Rebels in Southeastern Conference wins. weekend so for us to get back prominent role in next sea-
The Mississippi State-Ole a maroon-and-white uniform. The Bulldogs now sit tied for out there and play a good game, son’s team, the Bulldogs
Miss rivalry will be renewed “It means a little bit more fourth in the SEC West at 10-8 that’s what I’m most looking for- have the luxury of waiting.
once more Tuesday as the No. 9 when you’re playing Ole Miss,” with Ole Miss and Auburn. Ar- ward to.” They are coming off their
Bulldogs and No. 19 Rebels will Lemonis said. “And our kids will kansas is first in the division at Senior Peyton Plumlee will first NCAA Tournament
meet in a battle for the Gover- be ready to play.” 12-6 in conference play.
nor’s Cup in Pearl. After being swept by Arkan- “We need to play good base- See rivalry, 2B See bulldogs, 2B

high school athlete of the week: jack perry

Starkville pitcher hits the strike zone


BY BEN PORTNOY coach Luke Adkins said Sunday. missed chances. Perry was 0-for-2
bportnoy@cdispatch.com Needing just 82 pitches, Perry and the plate and reached base on
gave up just three hits and one un- an error.
Starkville head baseball coach earned run while striking out nine. Yet in a loss such as Monday’s, it
Luke Adkins could only look on in Based on that performance, Per- magnified his game one brilliance.
dismay.
ry wins the Dispatch High School “I just love the way he brings his
On the heels of a 1-0 loss to Her-
Player of the Week. lunch pail with him every day,” Ad-
nando in the opening round of the
Prepping for the playoff start, he kins said. “He’s a really high char-
Mississippi High School Activi-
tweaked his fastball in the bullpen acter kid. He’d definitely be a fox-
ties Association playoffs Saturday,
there were plenty of missed oppor- pregame. Perry found he had was hole kind of guy.”
tunities. throwing the pitch with more sink The Yellow Jackets finished the
In the batter’s box, the Yellow after fussing with a new grip. season at 11-15 in Adkins’ first year
Jackets left a runner on second in “As soon as I stepped on the at the helm.
four of the seven innings. mound I could tell I was locked in,” Following the loss, Perry reflect-
More pressing was the wasted he said. “I was ready go. And then ed on the season.
performance of his starter junior once I threw that first pitch I just “Coach was talking to us after
left-hander Jack Perry. kind of got in that rhythm and never the game and he came in and he
In six innings of work, Perry really got out of it.” told us that at the start of the year
pounded the strike zone with a Monday, Starkville’s season we only had two or three guys that
combination of fastballs, changeups came to a close with an 11-1, six-in- had any experience so we’re really
and breaking balls. ning defeat in game two against young,” he said. “So I think going Jim Lytle/Special to the Dispatch
“He had all three (pitches) work- Hernando at home. into next season I like where we Jack Perry helped lead Starkville to the baseball play-
ing in the zone last night,” Starkville Like Saturday, there were are.” offs this season.
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Baseball
1-2), 7:10 p.m. Campbellsville at Indiana Southeast, ccd. x-Saturday, April 27: San Antonio at Denver, OF Nicky Delmonico from Charlotte (IL).

CALENDAR
Milwaukee (Davies 2-0) at St. Louis (Ponce Chicago 17, Lawrence 1 TBA MINNESOTA TWINS — Sent LHP Gabriel
de Leon 0-0), 7:45 p.m. Concordia-Chicago 26, Dominican (Ill.) 17 Portland 3, Oklahoma City 1 Moya to Rochester (IL) for a rehab assign-
American League Glance L.A. Dodgers (Maeda 3-1) at Chicago Cubs
(Quintana 2-1), 8:05 p.m.
Concordia (Wis.) 1, Wis. Lutheran 0
Edgewood 10-2, Milwaukee Engineering 6-4
Sunday, April 14: Portland 104, Oklahoma
City 99
ment.
NEW YORK YANKEES — Released LHP Gio
All Times EDT
Prep Baseball
East Division
W L Pct GB
Washington (Corbin 1-0) at Colorado (TBD),
8:40 p.m.
Eureka 10, Knox 4
Franklin 14-x, Earlham 2-x
Tuesday, April 16: Portland 114, Oklahoma
City 94
González from his minor league contract.
Signed INF Brad Miller to a minor league
Tampa Bay 15 8 .652 — Seattle (Swanson 0-1) at San Diego (Margevi- Goshen 6-7, Mount Vernon Nazarene 1-6 Friday, April 19: Oklahoma City 120, Portland contract.
Today’s game New York 12 10 .545 2½ cius 1-2), 10:10 p.m. Hanover 5, Bluffton 2 108 OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Recalled RHP
Toronto 11 12 .478 4 Wednesday’s Games Illinois Tech 11, Lakeland 5 Sunday, April 21: Portland 111, Oklahoma Ryan Dull from Las Vegas (PCL). Optioned
Victory Christian vs. Starkville Christian, 4 p.m. Boston 9 13 .409 5½ Miami (Alcantara 1-2) at Cleveland (TBD), Indiana South Bend at Indiana Wesleyan, City 98 LHP Ryan Buchter to Las Vegas.
Baltimore 8 16 .333 7½ 1:10 p.m. ccd. Tuesday, April 23: Oklahoma City at Portland, TAMPA BAY RAYS — Optioned C Nick Ciuffo
Prep Softball
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Milwaukee (Chacin 2-2) at St. Louis (Wain-
wright 1-2), 1:15 p.m.
Indiana Tech at Indiana Wesleyan, ccd.
Kalamazoo 8, Calvin 6
10:30 p.m.
x-Thursday, April 25: Portland at Oklahoma
to Durham (IL). Reinstated C Mike Zunino
from paternity leave.
Minnesota 13 7 .650 — Washington (Sanchez 0-2) at Colorado (Mar- Kenyon at Bluffton, ppd. City, 9:30 p.m. National League
Today’s game Cleveland 12 9 .571 1½ quez 2-1), 3:10 p.m. Kenyon 6-1, Wittenberg 1-11 x-Saturday, April 27: Oklahoma City at Port- ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Optioned
Detroit 10 10 .500 3 Seattle (Hernandez 1-1) at San Diego (Padd- Marian (Ind.) 9, Grace 0 land, TBA RHP Jimmie Sherfy to Reno (PCL).
Victory Christian vs. Starkville Christian, 4 p.m. Chicago 9 12 .429 4½ ack 0-1), 3:40 p.m. Marian (Wis.) 10-10, Rockford 0-4 Houston 3, Utah 1 ATLANTA BRAVES — Optioned RHP Touki
Kansas City 7 16 .304 7½ San Francisco (Pomeranz 0-2) at Toronto Martin Luther at Minn.-Morris, 2, ppd Sunday, April 14: Houston 122, Utah 90 Toussaint to Gwinnett (IL). Recalled RHP
College Baseball
West Division
W L Pct GB
(Buchholz 0-0), 4:07 p.m.
Atlanta (Soroka 0-1) at Cincinnati (Roark 1-0),
Ohio Northern 6, Marietta 4
Peru St. at Doane, 2, ppd.
Wednesday, April 17: Houston 118, Utah 98
Saturday, April 20: Houston 104, Utah 101
Bryse Wilson from Gwinnett.
CHICAGO CUBS — Sent LHP Mike Mont-
Seattle 16 9 .640 — 6:40 p.m. Principia 17-1, Blackburn 3-3 Monday, April 22: Utah 107, Houston 91 gomery to Tennessee (SL) for a rehab as-
Today’s game Houston 13 9 .591 1½ Arizona (Kelly 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Lyles 2-0), Rochester (Mich.) 14, Cleary 4 Wednesday, April 24: Utah at Houston, 8 p.m. signment.
7:05 p.m. St. Ambrose 8, Indiana South Bend 6 x-Friday, April 26: Houston at Utah, TBA
Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss (Pearl), 6 p.m. Texas
Oakland
12 9 .571 2
12 13 .480 4 Philadelphia (Velasquez 0-0) at N.Y. Mets St. Norbert 13, Beloit 7 x-Sunday, April 28: Utah at Houston, TBA
COLORADO ROCKIES — Reinstated LHP
Tyler Anderson from the 10-day IL. Placed
Louisiana at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Los Angeles 9 14 .391 6 (Vargas 1-0), 7:10 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Buehler 2-0) at Chicago Cubs
Saint Xavier at Clarke, ccd.
Spring Arbor 10, Bethel (Ind.) 1
LHP Kyle Freeland on the 10-day IL, retroac-
Monday’s Games tive to April 19.
Wednesday’s game Detroit at Boston, ppd.
Chicago White Sox 12, Baltimore 2
(Hamels 3-0), 8:05 p.m. Taylor 6, Indiana Wesleyan 5
Trinity International 10, Roosevelt 7 Golf MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Placed RHP Ju-
nior Guerra on the bereavement list. Optioned
Mississippi University for Women at Stillman Tampa Bay 6, Kansas City 3
Monday’s College
Wilmington (Ohio) 5-6, Mount Union 4-7, 1st
game, 10 innings
Golf Glance LHP Donnie Hart to San Antonio (PCL). Re-
Minnesota 9, Houston 5 All Times EDT called RHPs Adrian Houser and Jake Petricka
College (DH), Noon N.Y. Yankees 4, L.A. Angels 3, 14 innings
Baseball Scores FAR WEST PGA TOUR from San Antonio.
Oakland 6, Texas 1 Hawaii-Hilo 11-5, Holy Names 4-3 NEW YORK METS — Activated INF Todd
Alabama at Jacksonville State, 6 p.m. Tuesday’s Games EAST Nevada 8, Oregon St. 7, 12 innings
RBC HERITAGE
Site: Hilton Head Island, S.C. Frazier from the 10-day IL. Recalled INF Luis
Detroit (Boyd 1-1) at Boston (Sale 0-4), 1:05 Arcadia at Montclair St., ppd Pacific (Ore.) 14, Linfield 6 Guillorme from Syracuse (IL). Placed LHP
Course: Harbour Town GL. Yardage: 7,099.
Southern Miss at New Orleans, 6:30 p.m. p.m., 1st game Assumption 9, Saint Anselm 4
Bates 16, Thomas (Maine) 3
San Francisco 19, UC Davis 14 Par: 71. Justin Wilson on the 10-day IL, retroactive
Miami (Lopez 1-3) at Cleveland (Carrasco Stanford 11, Gonzaga 10 to April 20. Optioned RHP Paul Sewald to
College Softball Bethany (W.Va.) 3, Grove City 2, 11 innings Purse: $6.9 million. Winner’s share:
2-2), 6:10 p.m. UC Santa Barbara 4, CSU Bakersfield 1 $1,242,000. Syracuse.
Chicago White Sox (Nova 0-2) at Baltimore Bloomsburg 13-13, Mansfield 0-4
Cabrini 11-12, Marywood 2-5 Television: Thursday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. (Golf PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Optioned LHP
(Cashner 3-1), 7:05 p.m. Steven Brault to Indianapolis (IL). Reinstated
Today’s game Channel); Saturday-Sunday, 1-2:45 p.m. (Golf

Belmont at Alabama, 6 p.m.


San Francisco (Samardzija 1-1) at Toronto
(Thornton 0-2), 7:07 p.m.
California (Pa.) 3-10, Seton Hill 2-6
Centenary (N.J.) 7, Wilson 5
CCSU at UConn, ppd.
Basketball Channel), 3-6 p.m. (CBS Sports).
Defending champion: Satoshi Kodaira.
OF Gregory Polanco from the 10-day IL.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Placed RHP Mi-
Detroit (Turnbull 0-2) at Boston (Velazquez
0-1), 7:10 p.m., 2nd game CCNY 20, Baruch 3, 2nd game ppd. NBA Playoff Glance FedEx Cup leader: Matt Kuchar. chael Wacha on the 10-day IL, retroactive
to April 19. Recalled INF/OF Drew Robinson
Wednesday’s game Kansas City (Bailey 2-1) at Tampa Bay Cobleskill 2-5, Utica 0-10 All Times EDT Last week: Tiger Woods won the Masters.
Notes: Dustin Johnson, back at No. 1 in the from Memphis (PCL).
(Stanek 0-0), 7:10 p.m. Colby 17, Maine-Presque Isle 4 FIRST ROUND
world after his tie for second in the Masters, WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Recalled INF
Southern Miss at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. Minnesota (Pineda 2-1) at Houston (Miley Concord 8-1, Glenville St. 3-6 (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
leads the field as an RBC ambassador. ... Jake Noll from Fresno (PCL). Optioned RHP
1-2), 8:10 p.m. Dartmouth 15, Harvard 7 Eastern Conference
Junior College Baseball N.Y. Yankees (Loaisiga 0-0) at L.A. Angels
(Stratton 0-1), 10:07 p.m.
DeSales 7-7, Eastern 1-2
E. Nazarene at Lasell, ccd.
Milwaukee 4, Detroit 0
Sunday, April 14: Milwaukee 121, Detroit 86
Jordan Spieth is playing for the fourth time,
and his first appearance at Hilton Head since
the week after he won the Masters. He shot
Austin Adams to Fresno.
American Association
LINCOLN SALTDOGS — Signed C Daniel
Texas (Lynn 2-1) at Oakland (Montas 3-1), Fitchburg St. at WPI, ppd. Wednesday, April 17: Milwaukee 120, Detroit
Wednesday’s game 10:07 p.m. Fredonia at Penn St.-Behrend, ppd. 99 62 in the second round and eventually tied Herrera and RHP Cameron McVey.
Gwynedd-Mercy 3-12, Marymount (Va.) 2-0 Saturday, April 20: Milwaukee 119, Detroit for 11th. ... The tournament, often seen as a SIOUX FALLS CANARIES — Signed RHP
Itawamba at Coahoma (DH), 1 p.m. Seattle (Swanson 0-1) at San Diego (Margevi-
cius 1-2), 10:10 p.m. Holy Cross 5, Lafayette 1 103 time to exhale after the Masters, also includes Sam Bragg.
Immaculata 5, Rutgers-Camden 1 Monday, April 22: Milwaukee 127, Detroit 104 Bryson DeChambeau and Francesco Molinari BASKETBALL
Meridian at EMCC (DH), 4 p.m.
 Wednesday’s Games among 41 players who were in the Masters National Basketball Association
Kansas City (Junis 1-2) at Tampa Bay (TBD), Johnson & Wales (R.I.) at Albertus Magnus, Toronto 3, Orlando 1
2, ppd. Saturday, April 13: Orlando 104, Toronto 101 last week. ... Luke Donald has been runner-up NBA — Fined Brooklyn alternate governor
Junior College Softball 1:10 p.m.
Miami (Alcantara 1-2) at Cleveland (TBD),
1:10 p.m.
Keystone 8-2, Cairn 5-0
La Roche 9, D’Youville 0
Tuesday, April 16: Toronto 111, Orlando 82
Friday, April 19: Toronto 98, Orlando 93
five times at Hilton Head without ever having
won. ... This is the 50-year anniversary of the
Joe Tsai $35,000 for making public state-
ments detrimental to the NBA.
first PGA Tour event at Hilton Head, won by PHOENIX SUNS — Fired Igor Kokoskov,
Wednesday’s game Texas (Smyly 0-2) at Oakland (Brooks 2-2), Lyndon St. 1, Norwich 0
Mercyhurst 2, Slippery Rock 0
Sunday, April 21: Toronto 107, Orlando 85
Tuesday, April 23: Orlando at Toronto, 7 p.m. Arnold Palmer. ... Brian Gay holds the tour- coach.
3:37 p.m. nament record of 264 set in 2009, when he Women’s National Basketball Association
Itawamba at EMCC (DH), 2 p.m. Seattle (Hernandez 1-1) at San Diego (Padd- Merrimack 6, St. Michael’s 0 x-Thursday, April 25: Toronto at Orlando, 7
or 7:30 p.m. won by 10 shots. ... Bernhard Langer in 1985 LOS ANGELES SPARKS — Acquired G Alex-
ack 0-1), 3:40 p.m. MIT at UMass-Boston, ppd.
Mitchell at Lesley, 2, ppd. x-Saturday, April 27: Orlando at Toronto, TBA is the only player to win at Hilton Head a week is Jones from Minnesota for G Odyssey Sims.

ON THE AIR
San Francisco (Pomeranz 0-2) at Toronto after the Masters. USA Basketball
(Buchholz 0-0), 4:07 p.m. Mount Aloysius 8-4, Alfred St. 7-18 Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 1
NYIT 19-16, Lincoln (Pa.) 4-2 Saturday, April 13: Brooklyn 111, Philadel- Next week: Zurich Classic. USAB — Named Atlanta Hawks coach Lloyd
Chicago White Sox (Santana 0-1) at Baltimore Online: www.pgatour.com Pierce assistant men’s national team coach.
(Means 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Old Westbury at Lehman, 2, ppd. phia 102
LPGA TOUR
Today Plattsburgh St. 6, Fredonia 2 Monday, April 15: Philadelphia 145, Brooklyn FOOTBALL
Detroit (Ross 1-2) at Boston (Rodriguez 1-2), LOTTE CHAMPIONSHIP National Football League
7:10 p.m. Post (Conn.) 6, Dominican (N.Y.) 2, six in- 123
nings, rain; 2nd game ppd. Thursday, April 18: Philadelphia 131, Brook- Site: Kapolei, Hawaii. ATLANTA FALCONS — Signed S J.J. Wilcox
Minnesota (TBD) at Houston (Verlander 3-0),
COLLEGE BASEBALL 8:10 p.m. Sacred Heart at Rhode Island, ccd. lyn 115 Course: Ko Olina GC. Yardage: 6,397. Par:
72.
to a one-year contract.
Saint Rose at S. Connecticut, ppd. Saturday, April 20: Philadelphia 112, Brook- BUFFALO BILLS — Signed RB T.J. Yeldon to
N.Y. Yankees (German 3-1) at L.A. Angels
6 p.m. — Missouri State at Missouri, SEC (Pena 0-1), 10:07 p.m. Salve Regina at Amherst, ccd. lyn 108 Purse: $2 million. Winner’s share: $300,000.
Television: Wednesday-Saturday, 7-11 p.m.
a two-year contract.
St. Joseph’s (Maine) 3, Bowdoin 0, 8 innings, Tuesday, April 23: Brooklyn at Philadelphia, DENVER BRONCOS — Signed DL Mike
7 p.m. — Nebraska at Creighton, CBSSN rain 8 p.m. (Golf Channel). Purcell and Billy Winn and OL Jake Rodgers.
National League Glance St. Joseph (Vt.) at Point Park, 2, ccd. x-Thursday, April 25: Philadelphia at Brook- Defending champion: Brooke Henderson. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed OL Evan
COLLEGE SOFTBALL All Times EDT St. Mary’s (Md.) 3, Salisbury 1 lyn, 7 p.m. Race to CME Globe leader: Jin Young Ko.
Last tournament: Jin Young Ko won the ANA
Boehm to a one-year contract.
East Division Shepherd 6-13, West Liberty 5-1 x-Saturday, April 27: Brooklyn at Philadel- Canadian Football League
4:30 p.m. — Illinois at Northwestern, BTN SUNY Canton at Plattsburgh St., ppd. phia, TBA Inspiration. EDMONTON ESKIMOS — Signed WR Josh
W L Pct GB Notes: The tournament runs from Wednesday
New York 12 10 .545 — S. Vermont 4-2, Elms 3-1 Boston 4, Indiana 0 Stangby.
to Saturday. ... Cristie Kerr holds the 18-hole
6 p.m. — Michigan State at Michigan, FS1 Philadelphia 12 10 .545 — Stevenson 8, Catholic 1 Sunday, April 14: Boston 84, Indiana 74
(62) and 72-hole (268) tournament records
HOCKEY
Atlanta 11 10 .524 ½ Thiel 6, Westminster (Pa.) 2 Wednesday, April 17: Boston 99, Indiana 91 National Hockey League
when she won in 2017. ... Michelle Wie won
MLB BASEBALL Washington 10 11 .476 1½ Ursinus 7, College of N.J. 5, 11 innings Friday, April 19: Boston 104, Indiana 96
her hometown tournament in 2014, the same
CAROLINA HURRICANES — Reassigned F
Clark Bishop to Charlotte (AHL).
Miami 6 16 .273 6 Valley Forge 7, Baptist Bible 4 Sunday, April 21: Boston 110, Indiana 106
year she won her only major at the U.S. Wom-
7 p.m. — LA Dodgers at Chicago Cubs OR Min- Central Division Wells at D’Youville, 2, ppd. Western Conference
en’s Open. ... Jin Young Ko is among those
ST. LOUIS BLUES — Recalled Fs Klim
Kostin, Jordan Nolan and Austin Poganski
W L Pct GB Wesley 13-5, Neumann 6-16 Golden State 3, L.A. Clippers 1
in the field, her first start since she won the
nesota at Houston, MLB Pittsburgh 12 8 .600 — Westfield St. at W. New England, ppd. Saturday, April 13: Golden State 121, L.A.
LPGA’s first major of the year at the ANA In-
and D Chris Butler, Niko Mikkola, Mitch Rein-
ke and Jake Walman from San Antonio (AHL).
St. Louis 13 9 .591 — W. New England at Curry, 2, ppd. Clippers 104 spiration. ... Ko moved to the No. 1 ranking for
NBA BASKETBALL Milwaukee 13 11 .542 1 SOUTH Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers 135, Golden the first time. ... The Hawaii field features four
ECHL
ECHL — Suspended Tulsa F Alex Kromm
Chicago 10 10 .500 2 Anderson (S.C.) 16, Mars Hill 4 State 131 of the top five in the world ranking, and eight
6 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, NBA Cincinnati 8 13 .381 4½ Bryan 12, Bluefield 1 Thursday, April 18: Golden State 132, L.A. of the top 10. Missing are Sung Hyun Park at
one game.
SOCCER
West Division Carson-Newman 13-6, Coker 3-5 Clippers 105 No. 2 and Lexi Thompson at No. 6. ... This is
7 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, TNT W L Pct GB Catawba 8, S.C. Aiken 4 Sunday, April 21: Golden State 113, L.A. the fourth of six events in the western part of
Major League Soccer
NEW YORK CITY — Named Liam Manning
Los Angeles 15 9 .625 — Centre 4, Thomas More 1 Clippers 105 the U.S. The next two are in California before
9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, TNT Arizona 12 11 .522 2½ Claflin 13, Benedict 10
Coker at UNC Pembroke, ccd.
Wednesday, April 24: L.A. Clippers at Golden
State, 10:30 p.m.
the LPGA Tour moves to the East Coast.
director of coaching for the Academy.
COLLEGE
San Diego 12 11 .522 2½ Next week: JTBC Premia LA Open.
NHL HOCKEY Colorado 10 13 .435 4½ Kennesaw St. 12, Georgia St. 10
Memphis 3, North Alabama 2
x-Friday, April 26: Golden State at L.A. Clip-
pers, TBA
Online: www.lpga.com
GEORGIA TECH — Junior C James Banks
declared for the NBA draft.
San Francisco 9 14 .391 5½
6 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Teams TBD, Monday’s Games Midway 5, Brescia 4 x-Sunday, April 28: L.A. Clippers at Golden LIPSCOMB — Named Lauren Sumski wom-

NBCSN
Arizona 12, Pittsburgh 4
N.Y. Mets 5, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 13, Milwaukee 5
Milligan 1, St. Andrews 0
Randolph-Macon 6-13, Ferrum 1-5
Reinhardt 2, Union (Ky.) 1
State, TBA
San Antonio 2, Denver 2
Saturday, April 13: San Antonio 101, Denver
Transactions en’s basketball coach.
NEBRASKA — Announced men’s graduate
basketball G Haanif Cheatham has trans-
SOCCER (MEN’S) Colorado 7, Washington 5 Tennessee Wesleyan 5-2, Point (Ga.) 4-13 96 Monday’s Moves ferred from Florida Gulf Coast.
Tuesday’s Games Virginia Wesleyan 4, Methodist 3 Tuesday, April 16: Denver 114, San Antonio BASEBALL OHIO STATE — Named Jake Diebler men’s
1:30 p.m. — German Cup: RB Leipzig vs. Ham- Miami (Lopez 1-3) at Cleveland (Carrasco
2-2), 6:10 p.m.
MIDWEST
Adrian 5-9, Albion 4-5
105
Thursday, April 18: San Antonio 118, Denver
American League
BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Optioned OF Ce-
assistant basketball coach.
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE — Named Aidan
burger SV, semifinal, ESPNEWS Atlanta (Gausman 1-1) at Cincinnati (Gray Alma 9-11, Hope 7-9 108 dric Mullins to Norfolk (IL). Designated RHP Abolfazli assistant men’s soccer coach.
0-3), 6:40 p.m. Anderson (Ind.) 4, Transylvania 3 Saturday, April 20: Denver 117, San Antonio Josh Lucas for assignment. Selected the TEMPLE — Sophomore men’s basketball G
103 Tai Strickland is transferring from Wisconsin.
1:40 p.m. — Premier League: Tottenham vs. Arizona (Weaver 1-1) at Pittsburgh (Williams
1-0), 7:05 p.m.
Aquinas 6, Lourdes 4
Ashland 6, Ohio Dominican 2 Tuesday, April 23: San Antonio at Denver,
contract of INF Stevie Wilkerson from Norfolk.
BOSTON RED SOX — Assigned RHP Eras- THE CITADEL — Named Kevin Weston out-
San Francisco (Samardzija 1-1) at Toronto Baldwin Wallace 15-4, Capital 3-12 9:30 p.m. mo Ramirez outright to Pawtucket (IL). side linebackers coach.
Brighton, NBCSN (Thornton 0-2), 7:07 p.m. Benedictine (Ill.) 17-6, Aurora 4-8 Thursday, April 25: Denver at San Antonio, 7, CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Placed OF Eloy VANDERBILT — Named James Strong assis-
Philadelphia (Eflin 2-2) at N.Y. Mets (Wheeler Bethel (Minn.) 4, Northwestern-St. Paul 3 8 or 9:30 p.m. Jiménez on the bereavement list. Recalled tant men’s basketball coach.

Bulldogs From kids to pros we cover the field.


Continued from Page 1B Dispatch Sports
season in 10 years. up doing?” Howland said last season for the Bull- Follow us online
There is no desperate during a press conference dogs, and started 18 www.cdispatch.com
need to grab a graduate Monday in Starkville. times.
transfer off the shelf, “If Reggie comes back, I “We are waiting to see
which becomes a lively think it makes us a whole what will occur and wish-
game among coaches this lot better than if he stays ing him nothing but the
time of year. in the draft. That’s some- best in his workouts and
What could change all thing that we have no con- his opportunity to go to
of that, however, is the trol over. We just have to some of these NBA teams
status of Reggie Perry, wait and see.” and visit with them.”
a 6-foot-10 freshman for- Perry, a McDonald’s While the Perry ques-
ward who has declared All-American while at
tion goes on, Howland
for the upcoming NBA Thomasville High School
made a couple of things
Draft. He still has time to in Georgia, is projected
clear Monday: Woodard
withdraw his name from as a possible choice in
will play a leading role on
consideration, meaning the second round or late
he could still return to the in the first round. He has next season’s team and
Bulldogs. until June 10 to pull his he expects Nick Weath-
So, if Howland was to name out of contention. erspoon to be the team’s
pull the trigger on signing After that, his college el- starting point guard. He
a transfer player, it would igibility is gone whether was suspended in Febru-
be a forward or a center, he is drafted or not. He ary for a violation of team
and possibly a Perry re- is scheduled to visit with rules and remains sus-
placement. NBA teams in the mean- pended.
“Obviously, a big key time. “We’re looking for big
for us, in terms of bigs, Perry averaged 9.7 things out of Robert,”
is what does Reggie end points and 7.2 rebounds Howland said.

Rivalry
Continued from Page 1B
start Tuesday night’s Lemonis pointed to the his past two games.
game. As the de facto No. team’s inability to throw The Rebels will turn
3 starter of late, Plumlee strikes as a problem area. to junior Zack Phillips on
has been streaky behind “In this league you’re the mound. Phillips holds
freshman JT Ginn and facing a heavyweight ev- a 4.58 ERA in 35.1 innings
redshirt junior Ethan ery week,” Lemonis said. pitched this season.
Small. “You’ve just got to be able
MSU has won the past
In outings against No. to get back up on your feet
20 Tennessee and Ala- and respond.” three Governor’s Cup
bama, Plumlee pitched Ole Miss is 27-14 after games and five of the last
10.1 innings of 2-run ball, a sporadic three weeks. six.
giving up just 6 hits while Since sweeping then-No. A team has won the
striking out 5. 16 Florida on April 5 and trophy four times in a row
By contrast, Plumlee’s 6, the Rebels are 4-4 in just once, when Ole Miss
latest start against Arkan- their last eight games — won five straight between
sas was more adventur- including series losses to 2002 and 2006.
ous. The right-hander was No. 25 Auburn and Ken- “It definitely means
chased after just two in- tucky. something a lot different
nings, giving up five runs Ole Miss boasts a line-
than other games,” senior
on three hits on Friday. up with five players hit-
MSU’s pitching staff ting .303 or better. Senior outfielder Jake Mangum
was rocked as a whole Ryan Olenek leads the said of Tuesday’s match-
during its time in Fay- pack at .370. Sophomore up. “There’s some brag-
etteville. The Razorbacks Tyler Keenan is the team ging rights in the state.
scored 27 runs off 31 hits RBI leader with 51 and It’s the Governor’s Cup,
on the weekend. has recorded multiple hits so let’s roll.”

Signees
Continued from Page 1B
Falcons to a 23-5 record in the group’s leadership ships and that’s a wonder-
2018 and a round of 16 ap- and poise on and off the ful thing, but to see them
pearance in the Mississip- court but that she’s proud move on and advance into
pi High School Activities to have played a part in their lives and to say that
Association 6A playoffs. their continued success. you were a part of that and
Columbus head coach “This is what we do it know that you’re a part of
Yvonne Hairston ex- all for,” Smith said. “We that, that is the greatest
pressed that she will miss love to win champion- thing ever.”
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college roundup

McCowan, Peters win MSU Athlete of the Year honors


FROM SPECIAL REPORTS Peters (track and field) were school-record throw of 86.07m Anastasia Rentouli (women’s Dowsing-Bell Persever-
named female and male ath- (282-4), which ranks third tennis), Cole Gordon (base- ance Award: Marcus Murphy
Accompanied by a maroon letes of the year, respectively. in collegiate history. On the ball). (football).
carpet with live music and After earning First Team NCAA leaderboard he holds an Newsom Awards by sport: Best Moment: Elijah Mac-
glamourous attire of dresses All-America honors from six 8.53m (28-0) edge over team- Cole Gordon (baseball), Aric Namee’s (baseball) three-run,
and suits, Mississippi State different publications and lead- mate Curtis Thompson and a Holman (men’s basketball), walk-off home run.
athletes were honored Monday ing the Bulldogs to their first 10.74m (35-3) advantage over Jazzmun Holmes (women’s Coaches of the Year: Vic
night at the second annual Ma- SEC Tournament crown, Mc- the next-highest collegiate basketball), Stewart Reese Schaefer (women’s basketball)
roon & White Night at The Mill Cowan was a member of the thrower. His mark of 82.82m (football), Ross Bell (men’s and Matt Roberts (men’s ten-
Conference Center. winningest class in MSU histo- (271-8) at the NCAA Outdoor golf), Teri Doss (women’s golf), nis).
With all 16 sports being ry (132 games) that made it to Championships last year was Makayla Waldner (soccer), Em- C-USA GOLF: Southern
represented, MSU recognized the NCAA Elite Eight in each of an NCAA meet record and ily Heimberger (softball), Nuno Miss sophomore Brian Rich-
those who had earned All-Amer- the last three years. She broke broke the MSU freshman re- Borges (men’s tennis), Anasta- ards fired a second-round,
ican and All-SEC accolades and MSU career records for games cord. Peters holds 11 of the top sia Rentouli (women’s tennis), four-under 68 to lead the Gold-
outstanding achievements in played (149), double-doubles 25 throws in collegiate history. James Mackay (men’s track en Eagles in the opening day of
the classroom and community. (70) and rebounds (1,502). She Community Service and field), Logan Boss women’s the Conference USA Champi-
Other awards given were Ath- was the third overall pick in the Award winners: Anastasia track and field), Mia Meydrich onship being played in Texarka-
letes of the Year, Coaches of the WNBA Draft. Rentouli (women’s tennis), (women’s cross country), Kend- na, Arkansas.
Year, Moments of the Year and Anderson Peters, the Gre- Kody Schexnayder (football). all Murr (volleyball). Richards collected five bird-
the Newsom Awards. nadian national record hold- Clanga Cup: Women’s Alex Wilcox Perseverance ies over the final nine holes to
Teaira McCowan (wom- er in the javelin, currently is Track and Field. Award: Cassady Knudsen post his fourth sub-70 score this
en’s basketball) and Anderson No. 3 spot in the world with a Overall Newsom Awards: (softball). season.

Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: I and only time to my mom despite the distance.
am a woman will tell what that Now I can barely manage five or
who has reason is or if it 10 minutes. It’s basically just me
re-entered the goes anywhere. telling her things about my week.
dating pool after a I’m heartbroken She still remembers me, but she
few years of being and emotionally doesn’t talk much.
single. I have gone unavailable to the I have started to skip our
on some amazing great men around weekly calls because they are
dates with fabulous me. My heart is very painful to me. Dad says Mom
men. with Miles. Advice? misses my calls, but I know that’s
I met someone — SMITTEN IN not true. I know I should call her
online last summer. SOUTH CAROLINA — even if she doesn’t remember
ZITS “Miles” had a sim- DEAR SMIT- I did — but it hurts so much. Do
ilar story — long, TEN: You and you have any advice on how to
bad marriage and Miles may have deal with this? — HER SON IN
now living life to met for a reason, AUSTIN, TEXAS
the fullest. I adore but there’s also DEAR SON: You are a good
his personality (and
Dear Abby a reason why the son, and a fortunate one to have
looks), but I have two of you haven’t had such a close and loving
never met him in person. We talk met in person in nearly a year. relationship with your mom. De-
often, sharing dating stories and The fact that his reaction to the mentia is a terrible disease, one
everything else, knowing it won’t idea that you might be getting that steals not only memories but
go anywhere as he lives 1,000 serious about him is to pull back the ability to communicate. If you
miles away. We have developed a makes me wonder whether you think you are feeling bad or guilty
strong emotional bond and have may have jumped the gun. Before now, imagine how you will feel
become great friends. allowing yourself to fall further in when she passes away and you
My emotions have now love, you have some work to do are left knowing you didn’t do the
GARFIELD moved past friendship. I believe to get your emotions back under things you could to lift her spirits.
Miles can sense it because he control so you can move forward Please don’t skip those calls.
has pulled back a little. I know and be more receptive to the They may no longer last an hour,
realistically it won’t work due “great men” in your own area who but your father has told you she
to the distance. My kids are are available. is aware of their absence. Believe
still in school, and I’d feel guilty DEAR ABBY: My mom is 82 him. Tell her the good things that
asking him to move away from his and suffering from dementia. are happening in your life. Tell her
business, kids (grown), parents, I have called her every Sunday jokes that will make her laugh.
family, etc. since I left home for college in If her disease is as advanced
Should I quit talking to him 1990. We used to talk for an as you say, you can tell them
altogether, because apparently hour, sharing what had happened repeatedly and she won’t know
I can’t keep it where it has been to us since we last spoke. the difference. The sound of your
for the last several months? We Abby, I loved those calls, voice is what counts, and the
agree that we “met” for a reason, which allowed me to stay close words, “I love you, Mom.”

CANDORVILLE Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (April prefer. You’ll do it enough times and
23). It starts with a 10-week TAURUS (April 20-May 20). in as many different ways as
stretch of cosmic boons, many The truth moves you, even if possible.
and varied, including a lucky the truth happens to be fiction. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your
friend, fantastic tickets and an It’s the emotional truth of a fresh, playful attitude makes
open door to a better position. thing that rings out or doesn’t. it possible for you to live long
You’ll have the means to get Just be aware that this can be without growing old. It also at-
what you want, but be careful, manipulated by skilled actors, tracts attention from interesting
as an acquisition becomes, liars and storytellers. people. The conversation is
to some extent, a taskmaster, GEMINI (May 21-June 21). terrific!
requiring attention and main- You love people in different VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
tenance. Scorpio and Pisces ways and for different reasons You’re doing something that you
adore you. Your lucky numbers than you once did, which is the would do whether or not you
BABY BLUES are: 7, 40, 28, 1 and 19. natural progression of love — to were paid. And yet, maybe you
ARIES (March 21-April 19). move with the changes, whether shouldn’t offer this service for
Sometimes you have to spend they be toward depth or friend- free. It’s possible people will
time with people who just aren’t liness or familiarity. It’s nothing value it better if they pay for it.
a good influence on you, but to fear. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
more often you have a choice. CANCER (June 22-July 22). As you work, don’t be afraid to
When you think and plan ahead, Just by being you and doing the make your tools your own. The
it’s easier to avoid having to next right thing, you will build same goes for the rest of the
spend time in ways you don’t up the trust others have in you. resources. Forget about what a
thing was designed to do. What
matters is what you’re using it
to do.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). It’s one thing to understate
things out of modesty or social
BEETLE BAILEY grace and quite another to hide
your light because you’re afraid
to show people what you’re up
to. Talk about your work. The
support you get will do you
good.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Showing your love isn’t
always romantic, like the gift
of flowers, or glamorous, like
being on a fantastic trip. Mostly,
showing your love is as small
as spoonfuls, as diligent as
washing dishes, as moving as
a carpool.
MALLARD FILLMORE CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). You can’t change other
people, but you can make them
want to change and then watch
as they do the changing all by
themselves. This is through
fear or inspiration. Inspiration
is better.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Perfectionism can be a
form of fear. To collect your
“points” in whatever form they
are available today, you need
to get the product out the
door. Know when to say, “Good
FAMILY CIRCUS enough.”
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Fun is contagious, but it’s
also subjective. Read the room.
And if you’re not in the room, as
in an email or text situation, this
is impossible. Jokes are risky
unless you already know your
audience well.

Put the cat among the pigeons


SOLUTION:
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
legal holder of said in- ing through Farmers line of Section 20, and recorded in Deed Chancery Clerk of
4B Tuesday, April 23, 2019 debtedness, the United Home Administration, Township 18 North, Book 872, Pages 125- Lowndes County, Mis-
States of America, act- United States Depart- Range 16 East, 126, inclusive, in the of- sissippi; and
ing through the Farm- ment of Agriculture, the Lowndes County, Mis- fice of the Chancery
Legal Notices 0010 ers
LegalHome
NoticesAdministra-
0010 Legal Notices 0010 holder of said Deed
Legal Notices 0010 of sissippi with
Legal Notices the center-
0010 Clerk of Lowndes
Legal Notices 0010 WHEREAS, the United
Legal Notices 0010
tion, United States De- Trust and Note secured line of the ICG Railroad; County, Mississippi. States of America, act-
SUBSTITUTED TRUST- partment of Agriculture, SUBSTITUTED TRUST- thereby, substituted J. thence run North 05 de- ing through Farmers

classifieds
EE'S NOTICE OF SALE having requested the EE'S NOTICE OF SALE Tyler McCaughn as grees 30 minutes West SUBJECT TO those util- Home Administration,
undersigned, as Substi- Trustee therein as au- along the centerline of ity and drainage facilit- United States Depart-
WHEREAS, on, January tuted Trustee, to ex- WHEREAS, on, July 5, thorized by the terms said Railroad for 2168 ies ten (10) feet in even ment of Agriculture, the
23, 1987, Mary L. ecute the trust and sell 1991, Audrey W. Allen, thereof by instrument feet; thence run South width along and adjoin- holder of said Deed of
Brooks, a single person, said land and property a single person, ex- dated February 20, 79 degrees 30 minutes ing the North and South Trust and Note secured
executed a deed of trust in accordance with the ecuted a deed of trust 2019, and recorded in East along the center- boundary lines and five thereby, substituted J.
Easy online self-service for to Glendal E. Reid, terms of said Deed of to Glendal E. Reid, Book MORT 2019, Page line of Roberts Street (5) feet in even width Tyler McCaughn as
county supervisor, Trust- Trust for the purpose of FmHA County Super- 4574, in the office of for 1513 feet; thence along and adjoining the Trustee therein as au-
your classified ads available ee for the United States raising the sums due visor, Trustee for the the Lowndes County run North 02 degrees East and West bound- thorized by the terms
of America, acting thereunder, together United States of Amer- Chancery Clerk; and West for 230 feet to the ary lines. thereof by instrument
at ads.cdispatch.com or call through Farmers Home with attorney's fees, ica, acting through POINT OF BEGINNING: dated February 20,
Administration, United Substituted Trustee's Farmers Home Adminis- WHEREAS, default hav- thence run North 01 de- I will only convey such 2019, and recorded in
662.328.2424 States Department of fees and expenses of tration, United States ing been made in the grees 04 minutes West title as is vested in me Book MORT 2019, Page
Agriculture, recorded in sale. Department of Agricul- terms and conditions of for 268.9 feet; thence as Substituted Trustee. 4583, in the office of
Deed of Trust Book 838 ture, recorded in Deed said Deeds of Trust and run North 83 degrees the Lowndes County

deadliNes
at page 313 of the re- NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. of Trust Book 999 at the entire debt secured West for 162 feet; WITNESS MY SIGNA- Chancery Clerk; and
cords of the Chancery TYLER MCCAUGHN, page 109 of the re- thereby having been de- thence run South 01 de- TURE, this the 15th day
Clerk of Lowndes Substituted Trustee in cords of the Chancery clared to be due and grees 04 minutes East of April, 2019. WHEREAS, default hav-
(Deadlines subject to change.) County, Mississippi; said Deeds of Trust, Clerk of Lowndes payable in accordance for 268.9 feet; thence ing been made in the
and will, on the 17th day of County, Mississippi; with the terms in said run South 83 degrees /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, terms and conditions of
For Placing/Canceling May, 2019, offer for and Deeds of Trust and the East for 162 feet to the MSB 102669 said Deeds of Trust and
Classified Line Ads: WHEREAS, the United
States of America, act-
sale and will sell at pub-
lic outcry to the highest WHEREAS, the United
legal holder of said in- POINT OF BEGINNING
debtedness, the United and containing 1.0
J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC the entire debt secured
P. O. BOX 28 thereby having been de-
Sunday .................. Thursday 3:00 p.m. ing through the Farm- bidder for cash, within States of America, act- States of America, act- acres, more or less. NEWTON, MS 39345 clared to be due and
Monday.................... Friday 12:00 p.m. ers Home Administra- legal hours (being ing through Farmers ing through the Farm- ALSO A ROAD EASE- 601-683-2382 payable in accordance
tion, United States De- between the hours of Home Administration, ers Home Administra- MENT: Commencing at with the terms in said
Tuesday.................Monday 12:00 p.m. partment of Agriculture, 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 United States Depart- tion, United States De- the intersection of the Publish: 4/23/19, Deeds of Trust and the
Wednesday ........... Tuesday 12:00 p.m. the holder of said Deed p.m.) at the main front ment of Agriculture, the partment of Agriculture, South line of Section 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & legal holder of said in-
of Trust and Note se- door of the Lowndes holder of said Deed of having requested the 20, Township 18 North, 5/14/19 debtedness, the United
Thursday ........ Wednesday 12:00 p.m. cured thereby, substi- County Courthouse in Trust and Note secured undersigned, as Substi- Range 16 East, States of America, act-
tuted J. Tyler Mc- Columbus, Mississippi, thereby, substituted J. tuted Trustee, to ex- Lowndes County, Mis- SUBSTITUTED TRUST- ing through the Farm-
Friday .................. Thursday 12:00 p.m. Caughn as Trustee the following described Tyler McCaughn as ecute the trust and sell sissippi with the center EE'S NOTICE OF SALE ers Home Administra-
LEGAL NOTICES must be therein as authorized by property lying and being Trustee therein as au- said land and property line of the ICG Railroad; tion, United States De-
situated in the County in accordance with the thence run North 05 de- WHEREAS, on, April 29, partment of Agriculture,
submitted 3 business days prior to the terms thereof by in-
strument dated Febru- of Lowndes State of
thorized by the terms
thereof by instrument terms of said Deed of grees 30 minutes West 1988, Sharon A. Wright, having requested the
first publication date ary 19, 2019, and re- Mississippi, to-wit: dated February 20, Trust for the purpose of along the center line of executed a deed of trust undersigned, as Substi-
- corded in Book MORT 2019, and recorded in raising the sums due said railroad for 2168 to Glendal E. Reid, tuted Trustee, to ex-
• All ads must be paid for in advance and are 2019, Page 4570, in Commencing at the Book MORT 2019, Page thereunder, together feet; thence run South Trustee for the United ecute the trust and sell
non-refundable after the first insertion. the office of the Southeast Corner of the 4581, in the office of with attorney's fees, 79 degrees 30 minutes States of America, act- said land and property
Lowndes County Chan- Southwest Quarter the Lowndes County Substituted Trustee's East along the center ing through Farmers in accordance with the
• Please read your ad on the first day of Home Administration,
cery Clerk; and (SW1/4) of Section 13, Chancery Clerk; and fees and expenses of line of Roberts Street terms of said Deed of
publication. We accept responsibility only for Township 19, Range 18 sale. for 1202 feet to the United States Depart- Trust for the purpose of
the first incorrect insertion. WHEREAS, default hav- West, Lowndes County, WHEREAS, default hav- POINT OF BEGINNING; ment of Agriculture, re- raising the sums due
• The Publisher assumes no financial ing been made in the Mississippi; thence ing been made in the NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. thence run North 12 de- corded in Deed of Trust thereunder, together
responsibility for errors nor for omission of terms and conditions of West along the South terms and conditions of TYLER MCCAUGHN, grees East for 258 feet; Book 889 at page 335 with attorney's fees,
said Deeds of Trust and line of said Section 13 said Deeds of Trust and Substituted Trustee in thence run South 83 de- of the records of the Substituted Trustee's
copy. Liability shall not exceed the cost of that
the entire debt secured a distance of 1804 feet; the entire debt secured said Deeds of Trust, grees East for 120 feet; Chancery Clerk of fees and expenses of
portion of space occupied by such error. Lowndes County, Mis-
thereby having been de- thence North along a thereby having been de- will, on the 17th day of thence run South 01 de- sale.
• All questions regarding classified ads currently clared to be due and line parallel to the West clared to be due and May, 2019, offer for grees 01 minutes East sissippi; and
running should be directed to the Classified payable in accordance line of said Section 13, payable in accordance sale and will sell at pub- for 30 feet; thence run NOW, THEREFORE, I, J.
Department. with the terms in said and being along an ex- with the terms in said lic outcry to the highest North 83 degrees West WHEREAS, on, February TYLER MCCAUGHN,
• All ads are subject to the approval of this Deeds of Trust and the isting fence line a dis- Deeds of Trust and the bidder for cash, within for 105 feet; thence run 21, 1990, Mary V. John- Substituted Trustee in
legal holder of said in- tance of 181.2 feet to legal holder of said in- legal hours (being South 12 degrees West son, a single person, said Deeds of Trust,
paper. The Commercial Dispatch reserves the executed a deed of trust will, on the 17th day of
debtedness, the United an iron pipe and being debtedness, the United between the hours of for 228 feet; thence run
right to reject, revise, classify or cancel any States of America, act- the point of beginning of States of America, act- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 North 79 degrees 30 to Glendal E. Reid, May, 2019, offer for
advertising at any time. ing through the Farm- the herein described ing through the Farm- p.m.) at the main front minutes West for 15 FmHA, County Super- sale and will sell at pub-
ers Home Administra- tract of land; thence ers Home Administra- door of the Lowndes feet to the POINT OF BE- visor, Trustee for the lic outcry to the highest
aUTO / PeTs tion, United States De-
partment of Agriculture,
East a distance of
145.0 feet to an iron
tion, United States De- County Courthouse in
partment of Agriculture, Columbus, Mississippi,
GINNING. United States of Amer-
ica, acting through
bidder for cash, within
legal hours (being
Farmers Home Adminis- between the hours of
MeRcHaNdise
having requested the pipe on the West line of having requested the the following described I will only convey such
undersigned, as Substi- a gravel county road; undersigned, as Substi- property lying and being title as is vested in me tration, United States 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
tuted Trustee, to ex- thence North 02 de- tuted Trustee, to ex- situated in the County as Substituted Trustee. Department of Agricul- p.m.) at the main front
Good: 6 Days.......................$12 ecute the trust and sell grees 43 minutes West ecute the trust and sell of Lowndes State of ture, recorded in Deed door of the Lowndes
along said West line a Mississippi, to-wit: WITNESS MY SIGNA- of Trust Book 951 at County Courthouse in
Better: 12 Days....................$18 said land and property
in accordance with the distance of 300.0 feet
said land and property
in accordance with the TURE, this the 15th day page 680 of the re- Columbus, Mississippi,
Best: 30 Days.......................$30 terms of said Deed of to an iron pipe; thence terms of said Deed of A tract or parcel of land of April, 2019. cords of the Chancery the following described
Trust for the purpose of West a distance of Trust for the purpose of lying and being situated Clerk of Lowndes property lying and being
6 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each. raising the sums due 130.78 feet to an iron raising the sums due in the Southeast /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, County, Mississippi; situated in the County
thereunder, together pipe; thence South thereunder, together Quarter (SE1/4) of Sec- MSB 102669 and of Lowndes State of
with attorney's fees, along a line parallel to with attorney's fees, tion 20, Township 18 J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC Mississippi, to-wit:

seRVices / fiNaNcial Substituted Trustee's the West line of said Substituted Trustee's North, Range 16 East, P. O. BOX 28 WHEREAS, the United
fees and expenses of Section 13, a distance fees and expenses of Lowndes County, Mis- NEWTON, MS 39345 States of America, act- A 1.0 acre lot in the
sale. of 299.66 feet to the sale. sissippi, and being 601-683-2382 ing through Farmers Southwest Quarter of
Real esTaTe / HealTH NOW, THEREFORE, I, J.
point of beginning, and
containing 0.95 acres,
more particularly de-
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. scribed as follows, to Publish: 4/23/19,
Home Administration,
United States Depart-
the Southwest Quarter
of Section 10, Town-
Good: 12 Days.....................$25 TYLER MCCAUGHN, more or less, and all be- TYLER MCCAUGHN, wit: 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & ment of Agriculture, the ship 19 South, Range
Substituted Trustee in ing located and situ- Substituted Trustee in 5/14/19 holder of said Deed of 17 West, Lowndes
Best: 24 Days.......................$40 said Deeds of Trust, ated in the Southwest said Deeds of Trust, Beginning at the inter- Trust and Note secured County, Mississippi and
will, on the 17th day of Quarter (SW1/4) of Sec- will, on the 17th day of section of the South SUBSTITUTED TRUST- thereby, substituted J. described as follows:
6 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each. May, 2019, offer for tion 13, Township 19, May, 2019, offer for line of said Section 20, EE'S NOTICE OF SALE Tyler McCaughn as
sale and will sell at pub- Range 18 West, sale and will sell at pub- Township 18 North, Trustee therein as au- Beginning at the inter-
lic outcry to the highest Lowndes County, Mis- lic outcry to the highest Range 16 East, WHEREAS, on, May 23, thorized by the terms section of the North
gaRage sales bidder for cash, within
legal hours (being
sissippi. bidder for cash, within
legal hours (being
Lowndes County, Mis- 1988, Renea Williams,
sissippi with the center a single person, ex-
thereof by instrument
dated February 20,
side of Golden Road (20
feet North of centerline)
Good: 1 Day.........................$10 between the hours of I will only convey such between the hours of line of the ICG Railroad ecuted a deed of trust 2019, and recorded in and the West side of
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 title as is vested in me 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 main tracks and from to Glendal E. Reid, Book MORT 2019, Page the Southwest Quarter
Better: 3 Days......................$18 p.m.) at the main front as Substituted Trustee. p.m.) at the main front said point run thence County Supervisor, 4578, in the office of of the Southwest
Farmers Home Adminis- the Lowndes County
Best: 6 Days.........................$34 door of the Lowndes
WITNESS MY SIGNA-
door of the Lowndes North 05 degrees 30
minutes West along the tration, Trustee for the Chancery Clerk; and
Quarter of Section 10,
Township 19 South,
County Courthouse in County Courthouse in
TURE, this the 15th day Columbus, Mississippi, centerline of said rail- United States of Amer- Range 17 West,
4 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each. Columbus, Mississippi,
ica, acting through WHEREAS, default hav- Lowndes County, Mis-
the following described of April, 2019. the following described road track for a dis-
Includes FREE Garage Sale signs. Rain property lying and being property lying and being tance of 2,168.0 feet, Farmers Home Adminis- ing been made in the sissippi as the point of
on the day of your sale? Call and we will situated in the County /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, situated in the County more or less, to the in- tration, United States terms and conditions of beginning, thence North
re-run your ad the next week FREE! of Lowndes State of MSB 102669 of Lowndes State of tersection with the cen- Department of Agricul- said Deeds of Trust and along a fence and the
Mississippi, to-wit: J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC Mississippi, to-wit: ter line of said Roberts ture, recorded in Deed the entire debt secured northward projection
P. O. BOX 28 Street; run thence of Trust Book 891 at thereby having been de- thereof and along the

eMPlOYMeNT & legals


A lot approximately 90 NEWTON, MS 39345 Commencing at the South 79 degrees 30 page 662 of the re- clared to be due and West side of said
by 155 feet located in 601-683-2382 Northwest corner of the minutes East along the cords of the Chancery payable in accordance Quarter-Quarter Section
the Southeast Quarter Northeast Quarter center line of said Clerk of Lowndes with the terms in said 210 feet; thence South
All employment and legal notices must be of the Southeast Publish: 4/23/19, (NE1/4) of the Northw- Roberts Street for a dis- County, Mississippi; Deeds of Trust and the 86 degrees 17 minutes
4/30,19, 5/7/19 & est Quarter (NW1/4) of tance of 1,513.0 feet; and legal holder of said in- East parallel with the
placed via email, phone or in-person. All Quarter of Section 35,
5/14/19 run thence North 02 de- debtedness, the United said North side of Road
Township 18 South, Section 27, Township
other ads may be placed online. Range 18 West, 18 South, Range 17 grees West for a dis- WHEREAS, the United States of America, act- 210 feet; thence South
IN THE CHANCERY West, Lowndes County, tance of 230.0 feet States of America, act- ing through the Farm- 210 feet to the said
fRee BaRgaiN cOlUMN
Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi and being more COURT OF LOWNDES Mississippi; thence along an old fence to an ing through Farmers ers Home Administra- North side of Road;
particularly described as COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI South 88 degrees 32 iron pin and the point of Home Administration, tion, United States De- thence North 86 de-
Bargain Column ads must be submitted follows: minutes East along the beginning of the prop- United States Depart- partment of Agriculture, grees 17 minutes West
IN THE MATTER OF ANT- centerline of Ben Chris- erty hereby described ment of Agriculture, the having requested the along said North side
online at ads.cdispatch.com or in person. No Beginning at the South- AVES R. PETTY, DE- topher Road for a dis- and conveyed; thence holder of said Deed of undersigned, as Substi- 210 feet to the point of
CEASED Trust and Note secured tuted Trustee, to ex-
phone calls or emails. east corner of Section tance of 1380.3 feet; North 01 degree 04
thereby, substituted J. ecute the trust and sell
beginning.
35, Township 18 South, thence South 02 de- minutes West (Deed
Range 18 West, CAUSE NO. 2019-0058 grees 05 minutes East North 02 degrees Tyler McCaughn as said land and property I will only convey such
0 Legals 4390 Computer Equipment
Lowndes County, Mis- for 25.0 feet to a point West), along an old Trustee therein as au- in accordance with the title as is vested in me
4420 Farm Equipment & KATRINA PORTER, PETI- on the South right of thorized by the terms terms of said Deed of
1000 Service Supplies
sissippi; thence South
TIONER
fence a distance of
thereof by instrument Trust for the purpose of
as Substituted Trustee.
1030 Air Conditioning & Heating 105.0 feet to an iron way of said Ben Chris- 545.0 feet to an iron
4450 Firewood pin; thence North topher Road; thence pin; thence South 89 dated February 20, raising the sums due WITNESS MY SIGNA-
1060 Appliance Repair 4460 Flea Markets 89?30' West for 630.0 SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- continue South 02 de- degrees West, along an 2019, and recorded in thereunder, together TURE, this the 15th day
1070 Asphalt & Paving feet; thence North along TION grees 05 minutes East old fence, a distance of Book MORT 2019, Page with attorney's fees, of April, 2019.
4480 Furniture STATE OF MISSISSIPPI a distance of 240.0 feet 330.0 feet to an iron 4576, in the office of
1090 Automotive Services an existing fence for Substituted Trustee's
4510 Garage Sales the Lowndes County fees and expenses of
1120 Building & Remodeling 581.0 feet to a stake at to an iron pipe and be- pin; thence South 05 /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn,
4540 General Merchandise the initial point of the TO: Unknown Heirs of ing the POINT OF BEGIN- degrees West along an Chancery Clerk; and sale. MSB 102669
1150 Carpeting/Flooring 4570 Household Goods Antaves R. Petty, De-
lot herein described; NING of the herein de- old fence a distance of J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC
1180 Childcare 4630 Lawn & Garden thence South 89?30' ceased scribed tract of land; 288.5 feet to an iron WHEREAS, default hav- NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. P. O. BOX 28
1210 Chimney Cleaning 4660 Merchandise Rentals East for a distance thence continue South pin; thence South 83 ing been made in the TYLER MCCAUGHN, NEWTON, MS 39345
1240 Contractors 155.0 feet to a stake; You have been made a 02 degrees 05 minutes degrees East a dis- terms and conditions of Substituted Trustee in 601/683-2382
4690 Musical Instruments party to a Petition to De- East a distance of said Deeds of Trust and said Deeds of Trust,
1250 Computer Services thence North for a dis- tance of 104.0 feet to
4700 Satellites termine Heirs at Law an iron pin; thence the entire debt secured will, on the 17th day of Publish: 4/23/19,
1270 Electrical tance of 90 feet to a 100.0 feet to an iron
4720 Sporting Goods stake; thence North filed in this Court by pipe; thence South 88 South 05 degrees West thereby having been de- May, 2019, offer for 4/30/19, 5/7/19 &
1300 Excavating 4750 Stereos & TV’s Katrina Porter, the nat- degrees 14 minutes a distance of 205.5 feet clared to be due and sale and will sell at pub- 5/14/19
89?30' West for a dis-
1320 Fitness Training 4780 Wanted To Buy tance of 155.0 feet to a ural mother and next East a distance of to an iron pin in an old payable in accordance lic outcry to the highest
1330 Furniture Repair & stake; thence South for friend and on behalf of 155.33 feet to an iron fence line; thence South with the terms in said bidder for cash, within SUBSTITUTED TRUST-
Refinishing 5000 Pets & Livestock a distance of 90.0 feet Antaves R. Petty, de- pipe on the West right 83 degrees East along Deeds of Trust and the legal hours (being EE'S NOTICE OF SALE
5100 Free Pets to a stake which is the ceased. of way of a 60 foot wide an old fence a distance legal holder of said in- between the hours of
1360 General Services debtedness, the United WHEREAS, on, February
5150 Pets initial point of the lot roadway easement; of 282.0 feet to the 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
1380 Housecleaning You are summoned to point of beginning, con- States of America, act- p.m.) at the main front 3, 1989, Sonja L. Phil-
5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock herein described. thence North 02 de-
1390 Insulation appear and defend grees 05 minutes West taining 3.76 acres, ing through the Farm- door of the Lowndes lips, a single person, ex-
1400 Insurance 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming I will only convey such against the Petition to along the said right of more or less. ers Home Administra- County Courthouse in ecuted a deed of trust
1410 Interior Decorators 5300 Supplies/Accessories title as is vested in me Determine Heirs at Law way line a distance of tion, United States De- Columbus, Mississippi, to Glenda E. Reid,
5350 Veterinarians as Substituted Trustee. in this action at 9:00 100.0 feet to an iron TOGETHER WITH a per- partment of Agriculture, the following described County Supervisor,
1440 Jewelry/Watch Repair a.m. on the 7th day of
1470 Lawn Care/Landscaping 5400 Wanted To Buy pipe; thence North 88 manent, perpetual and having requested the property lying and being Trustee for the United
WITNESS MY SIGNA- May, 2019, in the degrees 14 minutes exclusive and right of undersigned, as Substi- situated in the County States of America, act-
1500 Locksmiths 6000 Financial TURE, this the 15th day Courtroom of the Noxu- West a distance of way for the purpose of tuted Trustee, to ex- of Lowndes State of ing through Farmers
1530 Machinery Repair 6050 Business Opportunity of April, 2019. bee County Chancery 155.23 feet to the ingress and egress to ecute the trust and sell Mississippi, to-wit: Home Administration,
1560 Mobile Home Services Courthouse located at POINT OF BEGINNING, the above property over said land and property United States Depart-
6100 Business Opportunity 505 S. Jefferson Street containing 0.28 acres,
1590 Moving & Storage /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, and along a strip of land in accordance with the LOT NINE (9) of KERRY ment of Agriculture, re-
Wanted in Macon, Mississippi, described as follows, to- terms of said Deed of ESTATES, Lowndes corded in Deed of Trust
1620 Painting & Papering MSB 102669 more or less.
6120 Check Cashing J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC before Judge Rodney wit: Trust for the purpose of County, Mississippi, as Book 919 at page 354
1650 Pest Control 6150 Insurance Faver, and in case of raising the sums due recorded in Plat Book 4, of the records of the
P. O. BOX 28 TOGETHER WITH the
1680 Plumbing 6200 Loans NEWTON, MS 39345 your failure to appear right of ingress and Beginning at the inter- thereunder, together Page 5, on file in the Chancery Clerk of
1710 Printing 601/683-2382 and defend a judgment egress over, across a section of the South with attorney's fees, Chancery Clerk’s Office, Lowndes County, Mis-
6250 Mortgages will be entered against
1740 Roofing & Guttering 60 foot wide access line of said Section 20, Substituted Trustee's Lowndes County, Mis- sissippi; and
6300 Stocks & Bonds you for the relief reques- easement, said ease- Township 18 North, fees and expenses of sissippi.
1770 Saws & Lawn Mowers Publish: 4/23/19,
6350 Business for Sale 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & ted in the Petition.You ment lying East of and Range 16 East, sale. WHEREAS, the United
1780 Sitting with Elderly/Sick are not required to file Lowndes County, Mis- SUBJECT TO: The re- States of America, act-
7000 Rentals 5/14/19 adjacent to the entire
1790 Stump Removal an Answer or other East line of above de- sissippi, with the cen- NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. strictive covenants and ing through Farmers
1800 Swimming Pools 7050 Apartments SUBSTITUTED TRUST- Pleading, but you may scribed tract of land and ter line of the ICG Rail- TYLER MCCAUGHN, conditions as set forth Home Administration,
1830 Tax Service 7100 Commercial Property EE'S NOTICE OF SALE do so if you desire. extending to the South road main tracks and Substituted Trustee in in that certain instru- United States Depart-
7150 Houses right of way line of Ben from said point run said Deeds of Trust, ment filed for record ment of Agriculture, the
1860 Tree Service WHEREAS, on, August ISSUED UNDER MY will, on the 17th day of
7180 Hunting Land Christopher Road. thence North 05 de- May 2, 1980, and recor- holder of said Deed of
1890 Upholstery HAND AND THE SEAL
7190 Land for Rent/Lease
27, 1990, Jennett grees 30 minutes West May, 2019, offer for ded in Book 634, Page Trust and Note secured
1910 Welding Jones, executed a deed OF SAID COURT, this I will only convey such along the center line of sale and will sell at pub- 605 of the land records thereby, substituted J.
7200 Mobile Homes of trust to Glendal E. the 11th day of April, title as is vested in me said railroad track for a lic outcry to the highest of Lowndes County, Mis- Tyler McCaughn as
2000 Announcements 7250 Mobile Home Spaces Reid, FmHA, County Su- 2019. bidder for cash, within sissippi, and amend- Trustee therein as au-
2050 Card of Thanks as Substituted Trustee. distance of 2,168.0
7300 Office Spaces pervisor, Trustee for the feet, more or less, to legal hours (being ment thereto by instru- thorized by the terms
2100 Fraternal & Lodge 7350 Resort Rentals United States of Amer- LISA YOUNGER NEESE, WITNESS MY SIGNA- the intersection with the between the hours of ment dated September thereof by instrument
2150 Good Things To Eat ica, acting through CLERK TURE, this the 15th day center line of Roberts 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 23, 1980, of record in dated February 20,
7400 River Property Farmers Home Adminis- LOWNDES COUNTY p.m.) at the main front Deed Book 644, Page 2019, and recorded in
2200 In Memorial of April, 2019. Street; run thence
7450 Rooms tration, United States CHANCERY COURT South 79 degrees 30 door of the Lowndes 514. Book MORT 2019, Page
2250 Instruction & School 7500 Storage & Garages
2300 Lost & Found
Department of Agricul- /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, minutes East along the County Courthouse in 4585, in the office of
7520 Vacation Rentals ture, recorded in Deed BY: Shantrell W. MSB 102669 center line of Roberts Columbus, Mississippi, I will only convey such the Lowndes County
2350 Personals 7550 Wanted to Rent of Trust Book 971 at Granderson, D.C. J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC Street for a distance of the following described title as is vested in me Chancery Clerk; and
2400 Special Notices page 30 of the records P. O. BOX 28 1,202.0 feet; run property lying and being as Substituted Trustee.
7600 Waterfront Property of the Chancery Clerk of Presented by: situated in the County WHEREAS, default hav-
2600 Travel/Entertainment NEWTON, MS 39345 thence North 12 de-
8000 Real Estate Lowndes County, Mis- 601/683-2382 grees East for a dis- of Lowndes State of WITNESS MY SIGNA- ing been made in the
3000 Employment 8050 Commercial Property sissippi; and ROBERT F. STACY, JR. - tance of 15.0 feet to a Mississippi, to-wit: TURE, this the 15th day terms and conditions of
3050 Clerical & Office MS BAR NO. 7764 Publish: 4/23/19, point on the North right of April, 2019. said Deeds of Trust and
8100 Farms & Timberland WHEREAS, the United rstacy@danielcoker.com 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & of way line of Roberts LOT NUMBER SEVEN the entire debt secured
3100 Data Processing/ Computer 8150 Houses - Northside DANIEL COKER HOR-
3150 Domestic Help
States of America, act- 5/14/19 Street which said point (7), of and in HUGHES /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, thereby having been de-
8200 Houses - East ing through Farmers TON & BELL, P.A. is the initial point of be- ESTATES SUBDIVISION, MSB 102669 clared to be due and
3170 Engineering 8250 Houses - New Hope Home Administration, 265 NORTH LAMAR ginning; continue thence a subdivision of J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC payable in accordance
3200 General Help Wanted United States Depart- BOULEVARD, SUITE R SUBSTITUTED TRUST- North 12 degrees East Lowndes County, Mis- P. O. BOX 28 with the terms in said
8300 Houses - South POST OFFICE BOX 1396 EE'S NOTICE OF SALE
3250 Management Positions 8350 Houses - West
ment of Agriculture, the for a distance of 213.0 sissippi, as shown by NEWTON, MS 39345 Deeds of Trust and the
3300 Medical/Dental holder of said Deed of OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI feet to a point on the map or plat thereof, and 601/683-2382 legal holder of said in-
8450 Houses - Caledonia Trust and Note secured 38655-1396 WHEREAS, on, August South line of the above recorded in Plat Book 5 debtedness, the United
3350 Opportunity Information 8500 Houses - Other thereby, substituted J. TELEPHONE: 662-232- 15, 1988, Eddie S. Ro- described property; run at Page 7 in the office Publish: 4/23/19, States of America, act-
3400 Part-Time 8520 Hunting Land Tyler McCaughn as 8979 gers, Sr. and wife, Lilly thence South 83 de- of the Chancery Clerk of 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & ing through the Farm-
3450 Positions Wanted 8550 Investment Property Trustee therein as au- FACSIMILE: 662-232- B. Rogers, executed a grees East along a Lowndes County, Mis- 5/14/19 ers Home Administra-
3500 Professional thorized by the terms 8940 deed of trust to Glendal fence for a distance of sissippi. tion, United States De-
8600 Lots & Acreage thereof by instrument E. Reid, County Super- SUBSTITUTED TRUST- partment of Agriculture,
3550 Restaurant/Hotel 15.0 feet; run thence
8650 Mobile Homes dated February 20, PUBLISH: 4/16, 4/23, visor, Farmers Home Ad- South 12 degrees West SUBJECT TO those re- EE'S NOTICE OF SALE having requested the
3600 Sales/Marketing 8700 Mobile Home Spaces 2019, and recorded in & 4/30/2019 ministration, Trustee for for a distance of 213.0 strictive covenants and undersigned, as Substi-
3650Trades 8750 Resort Property Book MORT 2019, Page the United States of feet, more or less, to conditions dated March WHEREAS, on, July 28, tuted Trustee, to ex-
3700Truck Driving 8800 River Property 4572, in the office of America, acting through the North right of way 1, 1988 and recorded 1982, Clara S. Willi- ecute the trust and sell
the Lowndes County Farmers Home Adminis- line of Roberts Street; in Deed Book 874, ams, a single woman, said land and property
4000 Merchandise 8850 Wanted to Buy Chancery Clerk; and tration, United States run thence in a West- Pages 1-3, inclusive, in executed a deed of trust in accordance with the
4030 Air Conditioners 8900 Waterfront Property
4060 Antiques WHEREAS, default hav- It’s a classified Department of Agricul-
ture, recorded in Deed
erly direction along the the office of the Chan-
cery Clerk of Lowndes
to Glendal E. Reid,
County Supervisor,
terms of said Deed of
Trust for the purpose of
9000 Transportation North line of Roberts
4090 Appliances 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
ing been made in the
terms and conditions of rule-of-thumb: of Trust Book 901 at
page 553 of the re-
Street for a distance of County, Mississippi.
15.0 feet, more or less,
Trustee for the United raising the sums due
States of America, act- thereunder, together
4120 Auctions 9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
4150 Baby Articles 9150 Autos for Sale
said Deeds of Trust and
the entire debt secured We tell readers cords of the Chancery
Clerk of Lowndes
to the point of begin-
ning.
SUBJECT TO the prior
reservation of all oil,
ing through Farmers
Home Administration,
with attorney's fees,
Substituted Trustee's
4180 Bargain Column
4210 Bicycles
9200 Aviation thereby having been de-
clared to be due and what they need County, Mississippi;
and LESS AND EXCEPT:
gas and other minerals
in, on or under the prop-
United States Depart- fees and expenses of
ment of Agriculture, re- sale.
9250 Boats & Marine
4240 Building Materials
4250 Burial Plots
9300 Camper/R.V.’s
payable in accordance
with the terms in said to know to buy WHEREAS, the United
Commencing at the in- erty described herein as
tersection of the South shown by instrument
corded in Deed of Trust
Book 727 at page 118 NOW, THEREFORE, I, J.
9350 Golf Carts
4270 Business Furniture & 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
Deeds of Trust and the
legal holder of said in- what they need. States of America, act- line of Section 20,
ing through Farmers Township 18 North,
dated February 3, 1988
and recorded in Deed
of the records of the
Chancery Clerk of
TYLER MCCAUGHN,
Substituted Trustee in
Equipment 9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment debtedness, the United Home Administration, Book 872, Pages 125- Lowndes County, Mis- said Deeds of Trust,
328-2424
Range 16 East,
4300 Camera Equipment 9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses States of America, act- United States Depart- Lowndes County, Mis- 126, inclusive, in the of- sissippi; and will, on the 17th day of
4330 Clothing ing through the Farm- ment of Agriculture, the sissippi with the center- fice of the Chancery May, 2019, offer for
9550 Wanted to Buy holder of said Deed of WHEREAS, the United
4360 Coins & Jewelry ers Home Administra- line of the ICG Railroad; Clerk of Lowndes sale and will sell at pub-
tion, United States De- Trust and Note secured thence run North 05 de- County, Mississippi. States of America, act- lic outcry to the highest
partment of Agriculture, thereby, substituted J. ing through Farmers bidder for cash, within
The Dispatch
Substituted Trustee in terms of said Deed of Page 12, all in the land said Deeds of Trust and Deeds of Trust and the between the hours of tuted J. Tyler Mc-
said Deeds of Trust, Trust for the purpose of records of LOwndes • www.cdispatch.com
the entire debt secured legal holder of said in- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Tuesday, April
Caughn 23 2019
as Trustee 5B
will, on the 17th day of raising the sums due County, Mississippi. thereby having been de- debtedness, the United p.m.) at the main front therein as authorized by
May, 2019, offer for thereunder, together clared to be due and States of America, act- door of the Lowndes the terms thereof by in-
sale
Legal and will
Notices sell at pub-
0010 Legal Notices 0010 with
Legalattorney's
Notices 0010 fees, I Legal
will only convey
Notices 0010 such payable in accordance
Legal Notices 0010 ing
Legalthrough the Farm-
Notices 0010 County Courthouse
Legal Notices 0010 in Legal Notices 0010 strument
Legal Noticesdated
0010 Febru-
lic outcry to the highest Substituted Trustee's title as is vested in me with the terms in said ers Home Administra- Columbus, Mississippi, ary 20, 2019, and re-
bidder for cash, within SUBSTITUTED TRUST- fees and expenses of as Substituted Trustee. Deeds of Trust and the tion, United States De- the following described SUBSTITUTED TRUST- corded in Book MORT
legal hours (being EE'S NOTICE OF SALE sale. legal holder of said in- partment of Agriculture property lying and being EE'S NOTICE OF SALE 2019, Page 4608, in
between the hours of WITNESS MY SIGNA- debtedness, the United and the United States situated in the County the office of the
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 WHEREAS, on, July 15, NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. TURE, this the 15th day States of America, act- of America, acting of Lowndes State of WHEREAS, on, August Lowndes County Chan-
p.m.) at the main front 1992, Lisa W. Smith, TYLER MCCAUGHN, of April, 2019. ing through the Farm- through the Rural Hous- Mississippi, to-wit: 29, 1991, Eddie Mc- cery Clerk; and
door of the Lowndes executed a deed of trust Substituted Trustee in ers Home Administra- ing Service or suc- Gregory and wife, Son-
County Courthouse in to Glendad E. Reid, said Deeds of Trust, /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, tion, United States De- cessor agency, United Lot 21 of LaBelle Es- dra B. McGregory, ex- WHEREAS, default hav-
Columbus, Mississippi, Farmers Home Adminis- will, on the 17th day of MSB 102669 partment of Agriculture, States Department of tates, a subdivision in ecuted a deed of trust ing been made in the
the following described tration County Super- May, 2019, offer for J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC having requested the Agriculture, having re- Lowndes County, Mis- to Glendal E. Reid, terms and conditions of
property lying and being visor, Trustee for the sale and will sell at pub- P. O. BOX 28 undersigned, as Substi- quested the under- sissippi, as shown by Trustee for the United said Deeds of Trust and
situated in the County United States of Amer- lic outcry to the highest NEWTON, MS 39345 tuted Trustee, to ex- signed, as Substituted plat recorded in Plat States of America, act- the entire debt secured
of Lowndes State of ica, acting through bidder for cash, within 601/683-2382 ecute the trust and sell Trustee, to execute the Book 4 at Page 36 in ing through the Farm- thereby having been de-
Mississippi, to-wit: Farmers Home Adminis- legal hours (being said land and property trust and sell said land the office of the Chan- ers Home Administra- clared to be due and
tration, United States between the hours of Publish: 4/23/19, in accordance with the and property in accord- cery Clerk of Lowndes tion, United States De- payable in accordance
Lot Number Eighteen Department of Agricul- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & terms of said Deed of ance with the terms of County, Mississippi. partment of Agriculture, with the terms in said
(18), of and in LABELLE ture, recorded in Deed p.m.) at the main front 5/14/19 Trust for the purpose of said Deed of Trust for recorded in Deed of Deeds of Trust and the
ESTATES SUBDIVISION, of Trust Book 1039 at door of the Lowndes raising the sums due the purpose of raising SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to Trust Book 1003 at legal holder of said in-
A subdivision of page 846 of the re- County Courthouse in SUBSTITUTED TRUST- thereunder, together the sums due thereun- existing easements for page 325 of the re- debtedness, the United
Lowndes County, Mis- cords of the Chancery Columbus, Mississippi, EE'S NOTICE OF SALE with attorney's fees, der, together with attor- the installation and cords of the Chancery States of America, act-
sissippi, as per map or Clerk of Lowndes the following described Substituted Trustee's ney's fees, Substituted maintenance of public Clerk of Lowndes ing through the Farm-
plat thereof recorded in County, Mississippi; property lying and being WHEREAS, on, January fees and expenses of Trustee's fees and ex- utility facilities as re- County, Mississippi; ers Home Administra-
Plat Book 4, Page 36, in and situated in the County 31, 1992, Tommy L. sale. penses of sale. served and shown on and tion, United States De-
the office of the Chan- of Lowndes State of Paster and wife, Jean- the recorded plat and partment of Agriculture,
cery Clerk of Lowndes WHEREAS, the United Mississippi, to-wit: nie D. Paster, executed NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. SUBJECT FURTHER to WHEREAS, the United having requested the
County, Mississippi. States of America, act- a deed of trust to Glend- TYLER MCCAUGHN, TYLER MCCAUGHN, the restrictive coven- States of America, act- undersigned, as Substi-
ing through Farmers Commencing at the al E. Reid, County Su- Substituted Trustee in Substituted Trustee in ants duly recorded in ing through the Farm- tuted Trustee, to ex-
SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to Home Administration, Southeast corner of the pervisor, Trustee for the said Deeds of Trust, said Deeds of Trust, Deed Book 722 at ers Home Administra- ecute the trust and sell
existing easements for United States Depart- Northhalf of the Northw- United States of Amer- will, on the 17th day of will, on the 17th day of Pages 158-162, inclus- tion, United States De- said land and property
the installation and ment of Agriculture, the est Quarter of the ica, acting through May, 2019, offer for May, 2019, offer for ive, and subsequently partment of Agriculture, in accordance with the
maintenance of public holder of said Deed of Southwest Quarter of Farmers Home Adminis- sale and will sell at pub- sale and will sell at pub- amended by instrument the holder of said Deed terms of said Deed of
utility facilities as re- Trust and Note secured Section 25, Township tration, United States lic outcry to the highest lic outcry to the highest filed for record in Deed of Trust and Note se- Trust for the purpose of
served and shown on thereby, substituted J. 19 South, Range 18 Department of Agricul- bidder for cash, within bidder for cash, within Book 728 at Pages 20- cured thereby, substi- raising the sums due
the recorded plat and Tyler McCaughn as West, Lowndes County, ture, recorded in Deed legal hours (being legal hours (being 26, inclusive, in the of- tuted J. Tyler Mc- thereunder, together
subject further to the re- Trustee therein as au- Mississippi; thence of Trust Book 1017 at between the hours of between the hours of fice of the Chancery Caughn as Trustee with attorney's fees,
strictive covenants duly thorized by the terms West a distance of 20 page 845 of the re- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Clerk of Lowndes therein as authorized by Substituted Trustee's
recorded in Deed Book thereof by instrument feet to a fence corner cords of the Chancery p.m.) at the main front p.m.) at the main front County, Mississippi. the terms thereof by in- fees and expenses of
722, Pages 158-162, dated February 20, post on the West right Clerk of Lowndes door of the Lowndes door of the Lowndes strument dated Febru- sale.
inclusive; and sub- 2019, and recorded in of way line of a gravel County, Mississippi; County Courthouse in County Courthouse in I will only convey such ary 20, 2019, and re-
sequently amended by Book MORT 2019, Page county road and being and Columbus, Mississippi, Columbus, Mississippi, title as is vested in me corded in Book MORT NOW, THEREFORE, I, J.
instrument dated April 4589, in the office of the Point of Beginning the following described the following described as Substituted Trustee. 2019, Page 4606, in TYLER MCCAUGHN,
25, 1984 and recorded the Lowndes County of the herein described WHEREAS, the United property lying and being property lying and being the office of the Substituted Trustee in
in Deed Book 728, Chancery Clerk; and tract of land; thence States of America, act- situated in the County situated in the County WITNESS MY SIGNA- Lowndes County Chan- said Deeds of Trust,
Pages 20-26, inclusive, North 02 degrees 00 ing through Farmers of Lowndes State of of Lowndes State of TURE, this the 15th day cery Clerk; and will, on the 17th day of
all in the office of the WHEREAS, default hav- minutes East along the Home Administration, Mississippi, to-wit: Mississippi, to-wit: of April, 2019. May, 2019, offer for
Chancery Clerk of ing been made in the said West right of way United States Depart- WHEREAS, default hav- sale and will sell at pub-
Lowndes County, Mis- terms and conditions of line, a distance of ment of Agriculture, the Beginning at the Northw- Lot Number 40, DOYLE /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, ing been made in the lic outcry to the highest
sissippi. said Deeds of Trust and 153.0 feet; thence holder of said Deed of est corner of the South ESTATES SUBDIVISION, MSB 102669 terms and conditions of bidder for cash, within
the entire debt secured North 78 degrees 41 Trust and Note secured ½ of the Northeast 1/4 a subdivision of J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC said Deeds of Trust and legal hours (being
I will only convey such thereby having been de- minutes West, a dis- thereby, substituted J. of the Southwest 1/4 of Lowndes County, Mis- P. O. BOX 28 the entire debt secured between the hours of
title as is vested in me clared to be due and tance of 254.29 feet; Tyler McCaughn as Section 29, Township sissippi, as per map or NEWTON, MS 39345 thereby having been de- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
as Substituted Trustee. payable in accordance thence South 02 de- Trustee therein as au- 16 South, Range 17 plat thereof in Plat Book 601/683-2382 clared to be due and p.m.) at the main front
with the terms in said grees 00 minutes West thorized by the terms West, Lowndes County, 4 at Page 15 in the Of- payable in accordance door of the Lowndes
WITNESS MY SIGNA- Deeds of Trust and the a distance of 194.17 thereof by instrument Mississippi; thence fice of the Chancery Publish: 4/23/19, with the terms in said County Courthouse in
TURE, this the 15th day legal holder of said in- feet to a point on a dated February 20, South 82 degrees 40 Clerk of Lowndes 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & Deeds of Trust and the Columbus, Mississippi,
of April, 2019. debtedness, the United fence line; thence South 2019, and recorded in minutes East along a County, Mississippi. 5/14/19 legal holder of said in- the following described
States of America, act- 88 degrees 00 minutes Book MORT 2019, Page fence for 404.2 feet; debtedness, the United property lying and being
/s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, ing through the Farm- East along the said 4595, in the office of thence South 01 de- SUBJECT TO ease- SUBSTITUTED TRUST- States of America, act- situated in the County
MSB 102669 ers Home Administra- fence line, a distance of the Lowndes County gree 37 minutes East ments for utility and EE'S NOTICE OF SALE ing through the Farm- of Lowndes State of
J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC tion, United States De- 250.94 feet to the Point Chancery Clerk; and along the East side of drainage facilities along ers Home Administra- Mississippi, to-wit:
P. O. BOX 28 partment of Agriculture, of Beginning, and con- the Shinn lot (as recor- the North, South, West WHEREAS, on, Novem- tion, United States De-
NEWTON, MS 39345 having requested the taining 1.0 acres, more WHEREAS, default hav- ded in Deed Book 854 and East boundary lines ber 17, 2011, Helen M. partment of Agriculture, As described in Deed of
601/683-2382 undersigned, as Substi- or less, and being loc- ing been made in the Page 291 in the land re- as shown by the recor- Shelly, a single person, having requested the Trust Book 777 at page
tuted Trustee, to ex- ated and situated in the terms and conditions of cords of said county) for ded plat in Plat Book 4 executed a deed of trust undersigned, as Substi- 561.
Publish: 4/23/19, ecute the trust and sell Northwest Quarter of said Deeds of Trust and 266.8 feet to the POINT at Page 15 in the Office to Jody D. Baker, Rural tuted Trustee, to ex- Lot #17 Swedenburg Es-
4/30/19, 5/7/19 & said land and property the Southwest Quarter the entire debt secured OF BEGINNING; thence of the Chancery Clerk of Development Manager, ecute the trust and sell tates Subdivision, a
5/14/19 in accordance with the of Section 25, Town- thereby having been de- South 51 degrees 04 Lowndes County, Mis- Trustee for the United said land and property subdivision of Lowndes
terms of said Deed of ship 19 South, Range clared to be due and minutes West for 154 sissippi. States of America, act- in accordance with the County, Mississippi, as
Trust for the purpose of 18 West, Lowndes payable in accordance feet to the North or East ing through the Rural terms of said Deed of per map or plat thereof
raising the sums due County, Mississippi. with the terms in said side of a public road SUBJECT TO those re- Housing Service or suc- Trust for the purpose of in Plat Book 4, page 29,
thereunder, together Deeds of Trust and the known as Kidd Road; strictive covenants and cessor agency, United raising the sums due in the office of the
SUBSTITUTED TRUST- with attorney's fees, I will only convey such legal holder of said in- thence Southeasterly conditions as con- States Department of thereunder, together Chancery Clerk of
EE'S NOTICE OF SALE Substituted Trustee's title as is vested in me debtedness, the United along said road side (20 tained in that certain in- Agriculture, recorded in with attorney's fees, Lowndes County, Mis-
fees and expenses of as Substituted Trustee. States of America, act- feet from centerline) for strument filed for re- Deed of Trust Book Substituted Trustee's sissippi.
WHEREAS, on, April 19, sale. ing through the Farm- 120 feet; thence North cord in Deed Book 652 2011 at page 22188 of fees and expenses of
1993, Terry L. Young ex- WITNESS MY SIGNA- ers Home Administra- 51 degrees 04 minutes at Pages 372-374 in the records of the Chan- sale. Subject to those re-
ecuted a deed of trust NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. TURE, this the 15th day tion, United States De- East for 150 feet; the land records of cery Clerk of Lowndes strictive covenants and
to Glendal E. Reid, TYLER MCCAUGHN, of April, 2019. partment of Agriculture, thence North 38 de- Lowndes County, Mis- County, Mississippi; NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. conditions as found in
County Supervisor, Substituted Trustee in having requested the grees 56 minutes West sissippi, ALSO SUB- and TYLER MCCAUGHN, that certain instrument
Trustee for the United said Deeds of Trust, /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, undersigned, as Substi- for 120 feet to the point JECT TO that restriction Substituted Trustee in dated June 18th, 1982,
States of America, act- will, on the 17th day of MSB 102669 tuted Trustee, to ex- of beginning, containing prohibiting the sale of WHEREAS, the United said Deeds of Trust, and recorded in Deed
ing through Farmers May, 2019, offer for J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC ecute the trust and sell 0.42 acre, more or less, beer, wine or other alco- States of America, act- will, on the 17th day of Book 686, at Page 602-
Home Administration, sale and will sell at pub- P. O. BOX 28 said land and property and lying in the East ½ holic beverages as evid- ing through the Rural May, 2019, offer for 603, inclusive, in the of-
United States Depart- lic outcry to the highest NEWTON, MS 39345 in accordance with the of the Southwest 1/4 of enced by Deed recor- Housing Service or suc- sale and will sell at pub- fice of the the Chancery
ment of Agriculture, re- bidder for cash, within 601-683-2382 terms of said Deed of said Section 29. ded in Deed Book 600 cessor agency, United lic outcry to the highest clerk of Lowndes
corded in Deed of Trust legal hours (being Trust for the purpose of at Pages 148-153 in States Department of bidder for cash, within County, Mississippi and
Book 1073 at page 121 between the hours of Publish: 4/23/19, raising the sums due I will only convey such the land records of Agriculture, the holder legal hours (being as amended by instru-
of the records of the 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & thereunder, together title as is vested in me Lowndes County, Mis- of said Deed of Trust between the hours of ment recorded in Deed
Chancery Clerk of p.m.) at the main front 5/14/19 with attorney's fees, as Substituted Trustee. sissippi. and Note secured 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Book at 686 at page
Lowndes County, Mis- door of the Lowndes Substituted Trustee's thereby, substituted J. p.m.) at the main front 602 of the land records
sissippi; and County Courthouse in SUBSTITUTED TRUST- fees and expenses of WITNESS MY SIGNA- ALSO SUBJECT TO that Tyler McCaughn as door of the Lowndes of the Chancery Clerk of
Columbus, Mississippi, EE'S NOTICE OF SALE sale. TURE, this the 15th day certain right of way Trustee therein as au- County Courthouse in Lowndes county, Missis-
WHEREAS, the United the following described of April, 2019. easement from Ken- thorized by the terms Columbus, Mississippi, sippi.
States of America, act- property lying and being WHEREAS, on, July 3, NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. neth B. Doyle and Nel- thereof by instrument the following described
ing through Farmers situated in the County 1992, Jo Ann I. Henley, TYLER MCCAUGHN, /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, son Chain to South dated February 20, property lying and being As described in Deed of
Home Administration, of Lowndes State of a single person, ex- Substituted Trustee in MSB 102669 Central Bell Telephone 2019, and recorded in situated in the County Trust Book 935 at page
United States Depart- Mississippi, to-wit: ecuted a deed of trust said Deeds of Trust, J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC Company dated Octo- Book MORT 2019, Page of Lowndes State of 501:
ment of Agriculture, the to Glendal E. Reid, will, on the 17th day of P. O. BOX 28 ber 16, 1980 and recor- 4604, in the office of Mississippi, to-wit: LOT NO. SEVENTEEN
holder of said Deed of LOT 5 in BLOCK A of County Supervisor, May, 2019, offer for NEWTON, MS 39345 ded in Deed Book 648 the Lowndes County (17) of and in SWEDEN-
Trust and Note secured MCARTHUR PLACE, a Trustee for the United sale and will sell at pub- 601/683-2382 at Pages 29-30 in the Chancery Clerk; and 0.84 acre, more/less, BURG ESTATES, a sub-
thereby, substituted J. subdivision of Lowndes States of America, act- lic outcry to the highest land records of Lowndes fronting 100 feet on the division of Lowndes
Tyler McCaughn as County, Mississippi, as ing through Farmers bidder for cash, within Publish: 4/23/19, County, Mississippi. WHEREAS, default hav- north right-of-way line of County, Mississippi, as
Trustee therein as au- per map or plat thereof Home Administration, legal hours (being 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & ing been made in the a public road know as per map or plat recor-
thorized by the terms recorded in Plat Book 5 United States Depart- between the hours of 5/14/19 I will only convey such terms and conditions of Pickensville Road and ded in Plat Book 4 at
thereof by instrument at Page 22 in the office ment of Agriculture, re- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 title as is vested in me said Deeds of Trust and extending back between Page 29 in the Chan-
dated February 20, of the Chancery Clerk of corded in Deed of Trust p.m.) at the main front SUBSTITUTED TRUST- as Substituted Trustee. the entire debt secured parallel line 367 feet, ly- cery Clerk’s Office of
2019, and recorded in Lowndes County, Mis- Book 1039 at page 442 door of the Lowndes EE'S NOTICE OF SALE thereby having been de- ing in the W-1/2 of Sec- Lowndes County, Mis-
Book MORT 2019, Page sissippi. of the records of the County Courthouse in WITNESS MY SIGNA- clared to be due and tion 35, Township 18 sissippi.
4587, in the office of Chancery Clerk of Columbus, Mississippi, WHEREAS, on, TURE, this the 15th day payable in accordance South, Range 18 West,
the Lowndes County SUBJECT TO those re- Lowndes County, Mis- the following described March19, 1984, Phyllis of April, 2019. with the terms in said Lowndes County, Mis- SUBJECT, HOWEVER,
Chancery Clerk; and strictive covenants and sissippi; and property lying and being R. and James B. Deeds of Trust and the sissippi, described as TO existing easements
conditions recorded in situated in the County Woods, executed a /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, legal holder of said in- follows: Beginning at a for the installation and
WHEREAS, default hav- Deed Book 968 at page WHEREAS, the United of Lowndes State of deed of trust to Glendal MSB 102669 debtedness, the United point on the North right- maintenance of public
ing been made in the 750 in the office of the States of America, act- Mississippi, to-wit: E. Reid, Trustee for the J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC States of America, act- of-way line of said Pick- utility facilities as re-
terms and conditions of Chancery Clerk of ing through Farmers United States of Amer- P. O. BOX 28 ing through the Rural ensville Road as the served and shown on
said Deeds of Trust and Lowndes County, Mis- Home Administration, Lot numbered 121 of ica, acting through the NEWTON, MS 39345 Housing Service or suc- same now runs, which the recorded plat and
the entire debt secured sissippi. United States Depart- and in LaBelle Estates Farmers Home Adminis- 601/683-2382 cessor agency, United point is 814 feet East SUBJECT FURTHER to
thereby having been de- ment of Agriculture, the Subdivision, Second Ex- tration, United States States Department of of the West side of said the restrictive coven-
clared to be due and Grantors herein reserve holder of said Deed of tension, a subdivision Department of Agricul- Publish: 4/23/19, Agriculture, having re- Section 35 (and being ants and conditions duly
payable in accordance all Oil, gas and other Trust and Note secured of Lowndes County, Mis- ture, recorded in Deed 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & quested the under- in the Southeast corner recorded in Deed Book
with the terms in said minerals not heretofore thereby, substituted J. sissippi, as per map or of Trust Book 771 at 5/14/19 signed, as Substituted of the RAS Weathers 684 at page 222 and
Deeds of Trust and the reserved by previous Tyler McCaughn as plat thereof recorded in page 380 of the re- Trustee, to execute the Property); thence S76 as amended by instru-
legal holder of said in- owners. Trustee therein as au- Plat Book 5 at Page 17, cords of the Chancery SUBSTITUTED TRUST- trust and sell said land degrees 00' E along ment recorded in Deed
debtedness, the United thorized by the terms in the office of the Clerk of Lowndes EE'S NOTICE OF SALE and property in accord- said North right-of-way Book 686 at Page 602,
States of America, act- I will only convey such thereof by instrument Chancery Clerk of County, Mississippi; ance with the terms of line for 178 feet to the all in the Chancery
ing through the Farm- title as is vested in me dated February 20, Lowndes County, Mis- said deed of trust was WHEREAS, on, March said Deed of Trust for point of beginning; Clerk’s Office of
ers Home Administra- as Substituted Trustee. 2019, and recorded in sissippi; SUBJECT TO corrected and re-recor- 11, 2008, Debra J. the purpose of raising thence continue S76 Lowndes County, Mis-
tion, United States De- Book MORT 2019, Page restrictive covenants by ded on April 6, 1984 in Bailey, executed a deed the sums due thereun- degrees 00' E along sissippi.
partment of Agriculture, WITNESS MY SIGNA- 4593, in the office of instrument dated March Deed of Trust Book 773 of trust to Jody D. der, together with attor- said North right-of-way
having requested the TURE, this the 15th day the Lowndes County 5, 1991, and filed for at page 223 of the re- Baker, Rural ney's fees, Substituted line for 100 feet; thence LESS AND EXCEPT,
undersigned, as Substi- of April, 2019. Chancery Clerk; and record in the said land cords of the Chancery Development Manager, Trustee's fees and ex- N13 degrees 37' E for HOWEVER, all oil, gas
tuted Trustee, to ex- records in Book 942 at Clerk of Lowndes Trustee for the United penses of sale. 36 feet; thence N76 de- and other minerals, an
ecute the trust and sell /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, WHEREAS, default hav- 607, and as amended County, Mississippi. States of America, act- grees 00' W parallel undivided one-half (½)
said land and property MSB 102669 ing been made in the by instrument recorded ing through the Rural NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. with said North right-of- interest having been
in accordance with the J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC terms and conditions of in Book 950 at Page WHEREAS, on, October Housing Service or suc- TYLER MCCAUGHN, way line for 100 feet; previously reserved, and
terms of said Deed of P. O. BOX 28 said Deeds of Trust and 433 and re-recorded in 1, 1986, Colleen B. cessor agency, United Substituted Trustee in thence S13 degrees 37' an undivided one-half
Trust for the purpose of NEWTON, MS 39345 the entire debt secured Book 952 at Page 12, Crowe, an unmarried States Department of said Deeds of Trust, W for 367 feet to the (½) interest being
raising the sums due 601/683-2382 thereby having been de- all in the land records of woman, executed a Agriculture, recorded in will, on the 17th day of point of beginning. hereby reserved by the
thereunder, together clared to be due and Lowndes County, Mis- deed of trust to Glendal Deed of Trust Book May, 2019, offer for Grantor.
with attorney's fees, Publish: 4/23/19, payable in accordance sissippi. E. Reid, Trustee for the 2008 at page 6477 of sale and will sell at pub- I will only convey such
Substituted Trustee's 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & with the terms in said United States of Amer- the records of the Chan- lic outcry to the highest title as is vested in me I will only convey such
fees and expenses of 5/14/19 Deeds of Trust and the I will only convey such ica, acting through the cery Clerk of Lowndes bidder for cash, within as Substituted Trustee. title as is vested in me
sale. legal holder of said in- title as is vested in me Farmers Home Adminis- County, Mississippi; legal hours (being as Substituted Trustee.
SUBSTITUTED TRUST- debtedness, the United as Substituted Trustee. tration, United States and between the hours of WITNESS MY SIGNA-
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. EE'S NOTICE OF SALE States of America, act- Department of Agricul- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 TURE, this the 15th day WITNESS MY SIGNA-
TYLER MCCAUGHN, ing through the Farm- WITNESS MY SIGNA- ture, recorded in Deed WHEREAS, the United p.m.) at the main front of April, 2019. TURE, this the 15th day
Substituted Trustee in WHEREAS, on, January ers Home Administra- TURE, this the 15th day of Trust Book 830 at States of America, act- door of the Lowndes of April, 2019.
said Deeds of Trust, 28, 1992, Oasie J. tion, United States De- of April, 2019. page 124 of the re- ing through the Rural County Courthouse in /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn,
will, on the 17th day of Glenn, executed a deed partment of Agriculture, cords of the Chancery Housing Service or suc- Columbus, Mississippi, MSB 102669 /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn,
May, 2019, offer for of trust to Glendal E. having requested the /s/J. Tyler McCaughn, Clerk of Lowndes cessor agency, United the following described J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC MSB 102669
sale and will sell at pub- Reid, County Super- undersigned, as Substi- MSB 102669 County, Mississippi; States Department of property lying and being P. O. BOX 28 J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC
lic outcry to the highest visor, Trustee for the tuted Trustee, to ex- and Agriculture, the holder situated in the County NEWTON, MS 39345 P. O. BOX 28
bidder for cash, within United States of Amer- ecute the trust and sell J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC of said Deed of Trust of Lowndes State of 601/683-2382 NEWTON, MS 39345
legal hours (being ica, acting through said land and property P. O. BOX 28 WHEREAS, on, May 24, and Note secured Mississippi, to-wit: 601/683-2382
between the hours of Farmers Home Adminis- in accordance with the NEWTON, MS 39345 2005, Ellis L. Ross, Jr., thereby, substituted J. Publish: 4/23/19,
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 tration, United States terms of said Deed of 601/683-2382 executed a deed of trust Tyler McCaughn as Lot 16 of and in EAU 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & Publish: 4/23/19,
p.m.) at the main front Department of Agricul- Trust for the purpose of to Jody D. Baker, Rural Trustee therein as au- CLAIRE SUBDIVISION, a 5/14/19 4/30/19, 5/7/19 &
door of the Lowndes ture, recorded in Deed raising the sums due Publish: 4/23/19, Development Manager, thorized by the terms Subdivision of Lowndes 5/14/19
County Courthouse in of Trust Book 1017 at thereunder, together 4/30/19, 5/7/19 & Trustee for the United thereof by instrument County, Mississippi, as SUBSTITUTED TRUST-
Columbus, Mississippi, page 579 of the re- with attorney's fees, 5/14/19 States of America, act- dated February 20, shown by map or plat EE'S NOTICE OF SALE
the following described cords of the Chancery Substituted Trustee's ing through the Rural 2019, and recorded in thereof of record in Sub- Building & Remodeling 1120
property lying and being Clerk of Lowndes fees and expenses of SUBSTITUTED TRUST- Housing Service or suc- Book MORT 2019, Page division Plat Book 2 at WHEREAS, on, June 1,
situated in the County County, Mississippi; sale. EE'S NOTICE OF SALE cessor agency, United 4602, in the office of Page 112 in the office 1984, Mary Louise Har- SUGGS CONSTRUCTION
of Lowndes State of and States Department of the Lowndes County of the Chancery Clerk rison, executed a deed CO. Building, roofing,
Mississippi, to-wit: NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. WHEREAS, on, August Agriculture, recorded in Chancery Clerk; and Lowndes County, Mis- of trust to Glendal E. remodeling, & home
WHEREAS, the United TYLER MCCAUGHN, 7, 1992, Ruthie M. Deed of Trust Book sissippi. Reid, Trustee for the repair. Licensed &
Lot No. Forty (40) of and States of America, act- Substituted Trustee in Goodman, executed a 2005 at page 14421 of WHEREAS, default hav- United States of Amer- Bonded. 662−242−
in Dean Acres Subdivi- ing through Farmers said Deeds of Trust, deed of trust to Gl- the records of the Chan- ing been made in the SUBJECT TO the reser- ica, acting through the 3471, 662−574−8470.
sion of and in Lowndes Home Administration, will, on the 17th day of endad E. Reid, cery Clerk of Lowndes terms and conditions of vation of easements for Farmers Home Adminis-
County, Mississippi as United States Depart- May, 2019, offer for Farmers Home Adminis- County, Mississippi; said Deeds of Trust and utility and drainage in- tration, United States
shown by map or plat ment of Agriculture, the sale and will sell at pub- tration County Super- and the entire debt secured stallation as shown on Department of Agricul- HOME REPAIRS &
thereof of record in Plat holder of said Deed of lic outcry to the highest visor, Trustee for the thereby having been de- said recorded plat. ture, recorded in Deed CONSTRUCTION WORK
Book No. 3, page 44, in Trust and Note secured bidder for cash, within United States of Amer- WHEREAS, the United clared to be due and of Trust Book 777 at WANTED. Carpentry,
the office of the Chan- thereby, substituted J. legal hours (being ica, acting through States of America, act- payable in accordance SUBJECT TO those cer- page 561 of the re- small concrete jobs,
cery Clerk of Lowndes Tyler McCaughn as between the hours of Farmers Home Adminis- ing through the Farm- with the terms in said tain restrictive coven- cords of the Chancery electrical, plumbing,
County, Mississippi: Trustee therein as au- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 tration, United States ers Home Administra- Deeds of Trust and the ants and conditions as Clerk of Lowndes roof repairs, pressure
SUBJECT TO the restrict- thorized by the terms p.m.) at the main front Department of Agricul- tion, United States De- legal holder of said in- described in that cer- County, Mississippi; washing and mobile
ive covenants and con- thereof by instrument door of the Lowndes ture, recorded in Deed partment of Agriculture debtedness, the United tain Warranty Deed and home roof coating and
ditions as contained in dated February 20, County Courthouse in of Trust Book 1043 at and the United States States of America, act- dated May 23, 1969
an instrument executed 2019, and recorded in and filed for record in underpinning. No job
Columbus, Mississippi, page 322 of the re- of America, acting ing through the Rural WHEREAS, on, August
by Lowndes Investment Book MORT 2019, Page the following described cords of the Chancery through the Rural Hous- Housing Service or suc- Deed Book 411 at 1, 1989, Vickie L. Dys- too small. 549−7031.
Company dated August 4591, in the office of property lying and being Clerk of Lowndes ing Service or suc- cessor agency, United Pages 371-374 in the on, executed a deed of
29, 1977, and recor- the Lowndes County situated in the County County, Mississippi; cessor agency, United States Department of land records of Lowndes trust to Glendal E. Reid, TOM HATCHER, LLC
ded in Book 568, page Chancery Clerk; and of Lowndes State of and States Department of Agriculture, having re- County, Mississippi. Farmers Home Adminis- Custom Construction,
317-319, land records Mississippi, to-wit: Agriculture, the holder quested the under- tration, County Super- Restoration,
of Lowndes County, Mis- WHEREAS, default hav- WHEREAS, the United of said Deeds of Trust signed, as Substituted I will only convey such visor, Trustee for the Remodeling, Repair,
sissippi: SUBJECT TO ing been made in the Lot Number 129 of and States of America, act- and Notes secured Trustee, to execute the title as is vested in me United States of Amer-
as Substituted Trustee. ica, acting through the Insurance claims.
easement for the install- terms and conditions of in LaBelle Estates Sub- ing through Farmers thereby, substituted J. trust and sell said land
ation and maintenance said Deeds of Trust and division, Second Exten- Home Administration, Tyler McCaughn as and property in accord- Farmers Home Adminis- 662−364−1769.
of utility and drainage the entire debt secured sion, a subdivision of United States Depart- Trustee therein as au- ance with the terms of WITNESS MY SIGNA- tration, United States Licensed & Bonded.
facilities as set forth on thereby having been de- Lowndes County, Mis- ment of Agriculture, the thorized by the terms said Deed of Trust for TURE, this the 15th day Department of Agricul-
the aforesaid plat and clared to be due and sissippi, as per map or holder of said Deed of thereof by instrument the purpose of raising of April, 2019. ture, recorded in Deed
in the aforesaid restrict- payable in accordance plat thereof recorded in Trust and Note secured dated February 20, the sums due thereun- of Trust Book 935 at
ive covenants and con- with the terms in said Plat Book 5, Page 17, in thereby, substituted J. 2019, and recorded in der, together with attor- /s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, page 501 of the re-
ditions. Deeds of Trust and the the office of the Chan- Tyler McCaughn as Book MORT 2019, Page ney's fees, Substituted MSB 102669 cords of the Chancery
legal holder of said in- cery Clerk of Lowndes Trustee therein as au- 4599, in the office of Trustee's fees and ex- J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC Clerk of Lowndes
I will only convey such debtedness, the United County, Mississippi; thorized by the terms the Lowndes County penses of sale. P. O. BOX 28 County, Mississippi;
title as is vested in me States of America, act- SUBJECT TO restrictive thereof by instrument Chancery Clerk; and NEWTON, MS 39345 and
as Substituted Trustee. ing through the Farm- covenants by instru- dated February 20, NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. 601/683-2382
ers Home Administra- ment dated March 5, 2019, and recorded in WHEREAS, default hav- TYLER MCCAUGHN, WHEREAS, the United
WITNESS MY SIGNA- tion, United States De- 1991, and filed for re- Book MORT 2019, Page ing been made in the Substituted Trustee in Publish: 4/23/19, States of America, act-
TURE, this the 15th day partment of Agriculture, cord in the said land re- 4597, in the office of terms and conditions of said Deeds of Trust, 4/30,19, 5/7/19 & ing through the Farm-
of April, 2019. having requested the cords in Book 942 at the Lowndes County said Deeds of Trust and will, on the 17th day of 5/14/19 ers Home Administra- RAY’S WOOD
undersigned, as Substi- Page 607, and as Chancery Clerk; and the entire debt secured May, 2019, offer for tion, United States De- WORKS
/s/ J. Tyler McCaughn, tuted Trustee, to ex- amended by instrument thereby having been de- sale and will sell at pub- partment of Agriculture,
MSB 102669 ecute the trust and sell recorded in Book 950 at WHEREAS, default hav- clared to be due and lic outcry to the highest Let your the holder of said Deed
Multiple Home
Repairs, Sheetrock,
J. Tyler McCaughn, PLLC said land and property Page 433 and re-recor- ing been made in the payable in accordance bidder for cash, within fingers do the of Trust and Note se-
Flooring, Trim,
P. O. BOX 28 in accordance with the ded in Book 954 at terms and conditions of with the terms in said legal hours (being cured thereby, substi-
NEWTON, MS 39345 terms of said Deed of Page 12, all in the land said Deeds of Trust and Deeds of Trust and the between the hours of walking. tuted J. Tyler Mc- Painting, Tile,
601/683-2382 Trust for the purpose of records of LOwndes the entire debt secured legal holder of said in- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Find your Caughn as Trustee Kitchen/Bath,
raising the sums due County, Mississippi. thereby having been de- debtedness, the United p.m.) at the main front therein as authorized by Decks−Dock Repair,
Publish: 4/23/19, thereunder, together clared to be due and States of America, act- door of the Lowndes dream job in the terms thereof by in- Pressure Washing
4/30/19, 5/7/19 & with attorney's fees, I will only convey such payable in accordance ing through the Farm- County Courthouse in the classifieds! strument dated Febru- 662−634−1114
5/14/19 Substituted Trustee's title as is vested in me with the terms in said ers Home Administra- Columbus, Mississippi, ary 20, 2019, and re-
fees and expenses of as Substituted Trustee. Deeds of Trust and the tion, United States De- the following described corded in Book MORT
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1270 or 662−425− now. 662−328−8254. column and each 3x3 box
help organize & coordi− 9116.
Auctions 4120 Business For Sale 6350 3 BEDROOMS column and each 3x3 box 6 7 3 8 4 9 2 1 5
nate the removal of Houses For Sale: Caledonia contains the same number
contains the same number 5 8 2 6 1 7 9 4 3
LEASE, only once. The difficulty
unwanted furniture & RESTAURANT FOR
8450
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ESTATE AUCTION SALE OR LEASE only once. The difficulty
clutter from homes.
Creative makeover
General Help Wanted 3200 14650 Bone Camp Opportunity to own/ DEPOSIT level increases from
level increases from 4 9 1 3 2 5 7 6 8
Rd., Coker, AL. NEW. 3BR/2BA FOR Monday to Sunday.
OUR COMPANY is seek- AND
operate an established Difficulty Level 4/22
solutions from profess−
ing an experienced car- Sat. May 4th, 9 am. profitable strong SALE. $150−170K. Monday to Sunday.
ional interior designer
included for free! penter. The ideal can- Large Collection of customer base and CREDIT CHECK Email caledoniaimprove
didate will have an eye antique Tractors, excellent reputation For ments@yahoo.com.
Contact: Weslyn Wood for detail, be depend-
662-329-2323
Cars, Motorcycles, info please email:
214−674−9514. able, have good commu- Furniture. Don’t Houses For Sale: Other 8500
thisisforsell@yahoo.com
nication skills, reliable miss seeing this
WORK WANTED: transportation & basic collection. Farm RIVER HOME, NICE!
Licensed & Bonded− tools. We specialize in Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 2411 HWY 45 N GREAT AREA IN WP.
House on 14 Ac &
home remodels & new
carpentry, painting, &
construction. Call Outbuildings. FOX RUN COMPANY COLUMBUS, MS Across from water with
demolition. Landscap− Clydette Hughes access to Tenn−Tom
662-312-3130 for info. LLC 1 & 2 BR near
ing, gutters cleaned, AL 1275 Waterway. 4BR/2BA
bush hogging, clean−up hospital. $595−645/ Commercial Property For
205−612−4221 with 2 acres & large
mo. Military discount
work, pressure washing, assetliquidator.biz offered, pet area, pet Rent 7100 screened in room.
moving help & furniture FIRST CUMBERLAND $212,000. Call: 662−
repair. 662−242−3608. Presbyterian Church friendly, and furnished
COMMERCIAL 245−4273 or 662−889
corporate apartments
seeks part-time secret- Bargain Column 4180 BUILDINGS For rent −1228.
available. ON SITE
CASA CARE SERVICES: ary to work 4 hours per SECURITY. ON SITE
located near downtown.
Offers services such as: day, M-F. Excellent cler- ALUMINUM TOOL BOX 3,000 sq. ft. truck Lots & Acreage 8600
ical, communication, for long bed truck.
MAINTENANCE. ON SITE
terminal, 9,500 sq. ft.
residential janitorial,
and organizational skills Single lid. $60. Call
MANAGEMENT. 24−
SPRING SPECIAL. 1.95
lighting & decorating, required. Strong com- shop & 3,200 sq. ft.
HOUR CAMERA
emergency repairs, puter and social media 662−275−0343. office/shop. Buildings acre lots. Good/bad
SURVEILLANCE. Benji
preventative mainten− skills imperative includ- can be rented together credit. 10% down, as
@ 662−386−4446 Mon
ance, moving & ing experience with Mi- ZEBCO 33 fishing Rd & −Fri, 9am−5pm. Sat/
or separately. All w/ low as $299/mo. Eaton
shipping assistance & crosoft Office products. Reel. $20. Call 662− excellent access & Hwy. Land. 662−361−7711.
Applicants should email Sun by appt only.
pressure washing. 275−0343. 82 visibility. 662−327−
662−549−1878. cover letter and resume 9559. LOT FOR Sale in
to fcpcsecretary@ Apts For Rent: West 7050
gmail.com. Farm Equipment & Supplies Starkville. Will need

VIP
RETAINER WALL, 4420 OFFICE FOR RENT. cleared. 818 N. Jackson
driveway, foundation, 30x15. Separate air St. Lot 5, City Block 97.

Rentals
concrete, masonry 2016 CAT SKIDSTEER conditioner & bathroom. 662−465−7611, 662−
restoration, remodeling, GTR AREA floral design 299XHP HIGH FLOW $400/mo. Located in 418−9096 or 662−418

Apartments
basement foundation, firm seeks experienced w/ mulcher & forestry Caledonia. Call 662− −4176.
repairs, small dump floral designer to add to kit. <1,000 hrs, 574−0082.
truck hauling (5−6 yd) their team. Weddings,
corporate events,
$82,500. & Houses Autos For Sale 9150
1 Bedrooms
load & demolition/lot 205−329−1790.
cleaning. Burr Masonry, sympathy design
RETAIL SPACE 2015 CHEVY IMPALA
662−242−0259.
experience preferred.
Weekend work required. Furniture 4480 2 Bedroooms AVAILABLE in Historic
Downtown. 404 Main
Blk, 4dr, 6cyl, 82k mi,
Email resume to 3 Bedrooms St. 3,000 sq. ft.
showroom clean, local
owner, $10,500. See @
HILL’S PRESSURE workwithflowers7 BLACK BEDROOM SET, $1,300/mo. Call 662−
WASHING. Commercial/ @gmail.com incl full sz sleigh bed, Furnished & 328−8655 or 662−574
59 Amanda Dr. in New
Hope Park Subdivision
Unfurnished
residential. House, dresser w/ mirror, chest −7879.
concrete, sidewalks & & night stand, $600. off of Yorkville Rd. E.
1, 2, & 3 Baths
mobile washing. Free New full sz mattress, 662−327−3081.
SERVICE TECHNICIAN Houses For Rent: Northside
Lease, Deposit
est. 662−386−8925. still in plastic, $250.
for local pest control 7110 Boats & Marine 9250
company. Applicant Bissell carpet cleaner,
Lawn Care / Landscaping must be organized, de- $80. Two sets of black & Credit Check 2013 TAHOE 195
1470 pendable, work well with Toyota Camry floormats, viceinvestments.com DECKBOAT. V8 engine
327-8555
the public, and have $80. Cash Only. 662− ALL BRICK 3BR/2BA
COMMERCIAL BUSH good driving record with w/ low hours. Runs
242−2884. Leave a house for rent. Big yard.
HOGGING weed eating, valid driver's license. great. Ready to hit the
message. Carport. W/D hookup.
tiling & leveling, & Drug test required. water. Located in
Nice neighborhood.
clearing overgrown lots. Apply at 107 Gardner Apts For Rent: Starkville 7070 Starkville. Call or text
Blvd. No phone calls. Estate Sales 4490 $780 per month. 70 W
662−341−0374.
Owner, Operator Thomas Dr. 3 min from
2BR/2BA. COTTON
licensed & insured. 17 CAFB. 504−813−1200.
years experience. Willie
District in Starkville. Campers & RVs 9300
Call 662−617−3356.
Murray Jr. 662−242− OFFICE WORKER, Part COLONIAL TOMBIGBEE RV PARK
8809. Free estimates. Time, at least 21 yrs
Quotes by job not acre. old. High school gradu- Apts For Rent: Other 7080 TOWNHOUSES. 2 & 3 Located on Wilkins Wise
bedroom w/ 2−3 bath Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
ate. Must pass drug
screen & background 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM townhouses. $600 to Hookups available.
TERRA CARE apartments & $300/mo. 662−328−
$695. 662−549−9555.
LANDSCAPING L.L.C. check. Must be profi-
cient in Microsoft applic- townhouses. Call for Ask for Glenn or text. 8655 or 662−574−
Phone: 662−549−1878
ations; Outlook, Word & more info. 662−328− 7879.
Landscaping, Property Excel. Approx 18 hours
Clean Up, Plant Care, or more per week, Mon-
8254. Houses For Rent: West 7150
Bush Hogging, Herbicide Fri. Customer service is Need a
SMALL COTTAGE 1BR/
key with strong commu-
Spraying.
nication skills & the
1BA, all appl. incl. ACROSS
FOR YOUR Spring & ability to multitask. Water & trash incl. in 1 Tests the weight
lease. Near MSU &
Summer lawn care
Apply in person at
1771 Stinson Creek Rd. EMCC. No pets. $500
of
needs, call Robinson Columbus, MS 39705. per mo. $400 dep. 6 Small sounds
Lawn Service, 662−435 Office: 662-434-0171 App/refs/lease req. NEW RIDE? 11 “The Waste
−8746. 662−242−2923.
FIND ONE IN THE Land” poet
JESSE & BEVERLY’S Medical / Dental 3300 Land For Rent / Lease 7190 CLASSIFIEDS 12 Portion out
LAWN SERVICE. 13 Partner on a
Mowing, cleanup, CARE CENTER OF LOOKING FOR ticket
ABERDEEN
landscaping, sodding, &
tree cutting. 356−6525.
HUNTING LAND. GTA
Five Questions: 15 Keats work
area in Mississippi. 662
LICENSED SOCIAL
−386−6024. 16 Enemy
WORKER
MULCHING & DEBRIS Long Term Care 17 Sock part
REMOVAL Experience Preferred
Sporting Goods 4720 Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 1 Glacier 18 Gets comfy
Using Skidsteer.
Apply in person at
20 Little rascal
Call for estimate, 123 BECK Dr. 14 x 64.
505 Jackson St, ELLIPTICAL MACHINE 21 Snaky fish
2 48
662−251−3001. 2BR/1BA. $450/mo.
Aberdeen Sole Elliptical E35 in
$450/dep. Includes 22 Young horse
EOE excellent condition. Nice
Moving & Storage 1590 quiet machine. $450 garbage. No pets. No 23 Jobs for Poirot
662−574−1561 HUD. 662−574−7614. 26 Chop finely
MOVING??? I can help
pack, organize and/or
Air Conditioners 4030 3 Damehood 27 Nile serpents
coordinate your move.
Business Opportunity 6050
2BR/1BA LOCATED in 3BR/2BA TRAILER,
28 Knight’s address
CENTRAL A/C UNIT Historic Downtown New Hope school dist. 4 Great weight 30 Mixes up
Includes help selling 29 Saloon
4 “Sassy” 5 Suppresses 31 Make an address
Only used 1 day, too HISTORIC DOWNTOWN Columbus. 2,000 sqft. $500/mo & $500 dep.
unwanted items. Weslyn small for space. Revolv COLUMBUS: 411 Main Hardwood floors No pets, no drugs, no 30 Sunday talks
Wood 214−674−9514. 6 Book makeup 32 Famous
brand, 2.5 btu, 208− St. Office, Retail, throughout. Open floor. partying. Call between 34 “Exodus” hero
7 Shade tree 33 Play part
Painting & Papering 1620
230 volt−age. $1000, Restaurant Space Very nice. Incl W&D. 10a−7p. 662−386−
35 Pot brew
Crawford, MS. 662−497 available. Call 423−333 $1200/mo. Call 662− 4292. NO TEXT
5 Feet 36 Bird of myth
8 Great joy 38 D.C. baseballer
−2754. −1124. 328−8655. MESSAGES. 9 View from Mount 39 Barrister’s
SULLIVAN’S PAINT
37 Behind, in a way
SERVICE Vernon concern
40 “Enigma Varia-
Certified in lead 10 Chapel feature
removal. Offering tions” composer
14 Yuletide
special prices on 41 Consumed
interior & exterior 19 Casual tops
42 Lab work
painting, pressure 22 Unwavering
43 Garbo, for one
washing & sheet rock
repairs.
23 Nightclub
24 Generally
Free Estimates DOWN
Call 435−6528 25 Mattress parts
1 Ibis’s cousin
26 Illusory sights
Stump Removal 1790 2 Steer clear of
28 Glimpsed
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