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City Bagel
Camp Rising Sun begins last year at Camp Pratt to close after
23 years
Owner attributes
nearby construction,
low profit margins
BY MARY POLLITZ
mpollitz@cdispatch.com

S TA R K V ILLE
— After serving ba-
gels, sandwiches and
wraps for 23 years,
City Bagel, 511 Uni-
versity Dr., is set to
close.
Owner Ty Thames
Thames, of Eat Lo-
cal Starkville, confirmed the local
restaurant will serve its last dish
June 23.
“Closing is very heartbreaking
on many levels,” Thames said in a
message to The Dispatch. “... We
sincerely thank those in the com-
munity who have supported us,
despite the changes, construction,
and challenges, and we look for-
ward to continuing to be a part of
Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff this community we love.”
Camp Rising Sun counselor Jason Kirkland helps camper Bo Carter tape his T-shirt to a table so it won’t move City Bagel was first opened in
while he paints it Tuesday. Kirkland has been coming to camp since it began in 1987. “It’s more or less like 1996 by the Tkach family. Thames
family here,” he said. purchased the business in 2016, in
an effort to keep the restaurant in
New location will be business.
“We made the decision to save
chosen next year for City Bagel from closure over three
years ago and have worked hard
volunteer-led program See City Bagel, 3A
that began in 1987
BY AMANDA LIEN
alien@cdispatch.com

Will Pate had to


Inside
look at the quilt on n OUR VIEW: Two arrested
in connection
display in Camp Ris- The spirit of
ing Sun’s mess hall to optimism at
make sure he recalled Camp Rising
Sun.

to McKee Park
the correct year he Page 6A
started attending the
camp. Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

shooting
The quilt, which displays squares Camp Rising Sun counselor Audrey McClung, 18, laughs during lunch on
made out of the camp’s yearly T-shirt, Tuesday. This is McClung’s first year as a camp counselor. Her grand-
is a kind of calendar for Pate. He has mother has been in charge of arts and crafts at camp for the last five
worn nearly every one of those shirts years, and spent 15 summers prior in the cabins with campers.
By Alex Holloway
as either a camper or a counselor. aholloway@cdispatch.com
“It’s been since 2005,” he remem- For some young people, working for from civic groups, businesses and
bered. “The time goes so fast, but it a week straight in the June heat isn’t private citizens keep the lights on,
ideal, but Pate can’t imagine any- and everything from the kitchen to STARKVILLE — Police have ar-
also seems like forever ago. I’ve only rested two suspects in connection
missed one year, too.” thing else. the cabins is staffed by volunteers.
The weeklong camp is specifical- It’s just like a regular camp, with the with a Monday evening shooting at
Pate first attended camp at age
ly for children from Mississippi, Ala- kids trying their hands at archery, McKee Park.
9 with a friend who had been diag-
bama and Tennessee who have been horseback riding, water sports and Police have charged Cedric
nosed with cancer. He didn’t realize
then that he would want to come diagnosed with or are in remission arts and crafts. All have the chance “Rambo” Splounge, 19, with aggra-
back every year since, as a camper from cancer. to be treated just like any other kid vated assault. His brother, Kentra-
until age 16 and then as a counselor. Donations and contributions See Camp Rising Sun, 8A vious Splounge, 18, was arrested
on suspicion of accessory after
the fact. Both suspects are from
See Shooting, 3A

Sounds of Summer preview: Staying in Style The band Style


will take the stage
Thursday night
Local band set to kick off “Music has been a part of my life ever
since I was young,” Moore said. “I think I
at the Columbus
Riverwalk for a two-
Sounds of Summer was actually singing before I was talking.
I never wanted to do anything else. I nev-
hour set starting at
7 p.m. Amy Moore,
BY MARY POLLITZ er had a passion for anything else like I vocals, Robert
mpollitz@cdispatch.com did music. Combining my two passions Moore, guitar, Bill
of serving people and singing, I feel like Wilkins, drum-
There was never any doubt for Amy we are finally living in the center of God’s mer, and Patrick
Moore that she would live her life singing Cognitore, bass,
will for our lives.”
will play popular
on stage. The band Style will kick off this year’s covers ranging from
In 2016, Amy and her husband Robert Sounds of Summer concert series with classics, oldies,
Moore started the band Style, fulfilling her a two-hour set list at 7 p.m. Thursday at country and rap.
passion she’s had since she was a little girl. See Sounds of Summer, 3A Courtesy photo

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Columbus Riverwalk. Style entertains from 7-9 Supervisors, 9
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driven by a musher? ■ “Stagecoach”: The Columbus Arts Council Convention and
High 5 In what European country were the screens the 1939 western “Stagecoach” at 7 Visitors Bureau
Partly sunny
irreverent cartoons published that p.m. at the Rosenzweig Arts Center, 501 Main Board regular
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Crossword 8B Obituaries 4A as 12 tickets to use for plates from various working as a DJ at Club Elevation. He ipal Complex
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Confusion abounds as Trump’s
July 4 plans remain a mystery
Independence Day normally draws
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for a celebration capped by fireworks
By ASHRAF KHALIL partmental planning meet-
The Associated Press ings for July 4 usually be-
gin up to three months in
WASHINGTON — advance. But to her knowl-
With just over three weeks edge, none of those meet-
to go, exactly what’s going ings has happened.
to happen in Washington “The city is scrambling
on the Fourth of July re-
to figure out what to do,
mains a subject of intense
because all they have is
confusion.
the outline of what (the
Will the nation’s pre-
White House) wants,”
mier Independence Day
Norton said. She said she
celebration be centered on
approached the Park Ser-
the National Mall as usual
vice for details but: “They
or shift to the Lincoln Me-
morial, as the White House wouldn’t tell us a thing.
has reportedly requested? You know why? Because
Will President Donald they don’t know a thing.”
Trump follow through on Mayor Muriel Bows-
his plans to give a speech? er declined repeated re-
And if he does, will the quests for comment.
speech be open to anyone Independence Day nor-
— including protesters — mally draws tens of thou-
or will the White House sands to the National Mall
somehow restrict his audi- for a celebration capped
ence to Trump supporters by fireworks. A major se-
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at the traditionally nonpo- curity overhaul was im-
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The White House hasn’t Sept. 11 attacks, but the
revealed its plans. The Na- occasion has run smoothly
tional Park Service, which for years.
is primarily responsible for The first sign that
the event, has also gone si- 2019’s celebration may
lent. That leaves the city
government, which helps
with security, in the dark.
be a little different came
in a February tweet from
Trump announcing a spe-
Southern Baptists meet;
Del. Eleanor Holmes
Norton, the District of
Columbia’s representative
cial “Salute to America” on
July 4 that would feature
“an address by your favor-
endorse steps against sex abuse
in Congress, said interde- ite President, me!”
‘This is not a “This is not a distraction from
the mission,” Greear said of the
articles by the Houston Chronicle
and San Antonio Express-News as-
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God’s children is the mission of the
serting that hundreds of Southern
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Oktibbeha County
man arrested
for statutory rape
Dispatch Staff Report

An Oktibbeha County man was


arrested on Monday for allegedly
having sex with a minor.
Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Of-
fice arrested Ronald Mobley, 22, on
suspicion of statutory rape.
OCSO Lt. Jon Davis said depu-
ties got a call on Sunday to a resi-
dence on Walter Bell Road and took Mobley
a complaint that Mobley may have
had sex with a minor female.
On Monday, investigators questioned Mobley.
Davis said Mobley confessed during the inter-
view to engaging in intercourse with the victim.
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff Davis said the victim is 15 years old.
City Bagel, 511 University Dr., is set to close after 23 years of business in Starkville. Owner Ty Thames of Eat Mobley was booked in the Oktibbeha County
Local Starkville, said high construction traffic affected customer parking and contributed to the restaurant’s clo- Jail. Davis said he has since been released on re-
sure. Thames is also the owner of Restaurant Tyler, The Guest Room and Bin 612. City Bagel will officially close cognizance.
June 23. It will be open seven days a week from 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

City Bagel
Continued from Page 1A
to keep City Bagel going,” Thames He added with construction ve- day. Thank you to our great staff
said. hicles, workers and orange traffic for their passion and dedication
In a statement from the restau- cones, he noticed the decline with- over the years.”
rant, the cause for closure was due in the past year. City Bagel will continue serving
to “dramatic decline in sales” due to “The significantly increased Starkville seven days a week from
the mass construction on University overhead, along with the dramat- 7 a.m.-2 p.m. through its last day.
Drive. ic decline in sales over the past 11 “It has been a gut-wrenching
Some of the construction in- months since the beginning of con- decision to close and obviously not
cludes the Grand Junction condos, struction on the surrounding prop- one we wanted to have to make,”
at 509 University Dr. erty has proven too much to over- Thames said. “We have deep grat-
Thames also said the construc- come with the razor thin margins itude and respect for our staff and
tion and renovations to apartments of a scratch-made bagel concept,” their commitment to us through-
on University Drive created a “has- the statement said. “This has been out this venture. ... It has been a
sle” and limited customer parking. an incredibly difficult, but neces- part of us for a very long time.”
“(Construction) took away street sary decision. We will sincerely Thames also owns Restaurant
parking,” Thames said. “It became a miss serving each and everyone of Tyler, Bin 612 and The Guest
really big hassle for our customers.” our guests and being a part of their Room.

Shooting
Continued from Page 1A
Greenville. The victim was treated “It’s very unfortunate
Cedric Splounge, ac- and released on Monday that someone would fire
cording to police, was after the shooting. a weapon at a park where
found staying with a fami- The shooting hap- children are playing,”
ly member on Lynn Lane. pened while recreational Starkville Police Chief
Police began search- league baseball games Frank Nichols said in an
ing for two suspects were ongoing at the park. issued statement. “We
Monday after a shooting The city has announced take the safety of our cit-
C. Splounge K. Splounge
shortly after 6 p.m. at that it will begin increas- izens very serious and
McKee Park hospitalized million bond. Kentravius ing police presence for we’ll see to the full extent
a male victim. The victim, Splounge’s bond is set at large events, such as the of justice being served.”
according to witnesses, $1 million. games that were taking SPD announced on
was shot near the basket- Mayor Lynn Spruill an- place at McKee Park on Tuesday afternoon that it
ball courts. Starkville Po- nounced the arrests Tues- Monday evening. was offering a $1,000 re-
lice Department issued a day afternoon on Twitter, According to SPD’s ward for any information
press release on Tuesday saying, “The Starkville release, the department that led to an arrest in the
saying the incident is be- police department @ will begin increasing pa- shooting case. Police have
lieved to have stemmed Starkville_PD is the best. trols through city parks. not yet answered whether
from an argument. They have caught the Officers also on Tuesday any tips that came in after
Cedric Splounge is shooter and the accom- spoke with youth who that announcement led to
being held in the Oktib- plice. I am so proud of our were alarmed by the the Tuesday evening ar-
beha County Jail on $2 guys. Congratulations.” shooting. rests.

Sounds of Summer
Continued from Page 1A
the Columbus Riverwalk. act as their own booking think it’s a great commu- country, rock and rap.
Sounds of Summer is agents. Music has proven nity event. We have sev- For Amy and Robert,
held by Columbus Main to be both their passion eral festivals in Meridian, playing in front of their
Street and will have free and life’s work, they said. but it’s not on the scale hometown community
concerts each Thursday Amy said she couldn’t that the Columbus event is one of their favorite
until July 25. Main Street take credit for her dream is. It’s a great community events of the year.
Director Barbara Bige- coming to fruition. For event for everyone that “That’s why I was put
low said with Thursday’s her, she’s following God comes out.” here on earth,” Robert
weather and Style pre- and letting Him lead the Amy added since said. “That’s how the
forming, everyone is in way. Style’s inception the de- Lord made me. He made
for a good time. “It’s pretty common mand for live entertain- me to play music and glo-
“The weather is go- to say you better have a ment has grown, leading rify His name through
ing to be beautiful. That back up plan (with mu- former bass player Mike music. I always love to
always draws people sic),” Amy said. “A lot of Yates to create another see familiar faces in a
out,” Bige- people go into it and fail. band within the Style hometown atmosphere.
low said. I also believe that when business: Stylish. Start- You look out there, your
“People en- the Lord is involved, you ing last November, Pat- mom-in-law, brother-in-
joy getting don’t need a back up rick Cognitore has taken law and church family
outdoors in plan. He is the one lead- over as Style’s bass play- are all out there. It’s a
the summer ing your way. You don’t er. Originally from New fun event and it’s a great
time. It’s need anything behind York, he said he’s excited atmosphere down by the
going to be you when you’re follow- about taking the stage in river. It’s a lot of fun for
Bigelow
great weath- ing Him. The reason we a small town. the whole community.”
er for a concert. I’ve seen are successful is because “It’s about sharing
(Style) several times. we have found His will.” the experience with the
They are so much fun. Longtime friend and people at the event,”
They really put on a good Style drummer Bill Cognitore said. “People
show for everyone and Wilkins has been with are there to have a good
they like a lot of partici- the band since the be- time. We are playing this
pation from the crowd.” ginning. He first started music and they are enjoy-
Though Style usual- playing drums when he ing it. It’s kind of like this
ly performs for wedding was 5 and hasn’t laid his reciprocal experience. I
and corporate venues, sticks down yet. Wilkins like sharing that with the
this is the third-straight works full-time in Me- crowd. It’s real special.”
year the band will per- ridian with Sysco, and Anyone attending
form at Sounds of Sum- coming out to Columbus Thursday night’s event
mer. for Sounds of Summer is can expect to hear songs
Amy, Lowndes Coun- one of his favorite events they know and love. The
ty native and lead sing- of the year. band will highlight hit
er of Style, and Robert, “I always thought it songs from different
guitar player and vocals, was cool how everyone genres, giving spectators
both live in Columbus comes out with family something to sing along Cheap thrills.
where they orchestrate and kids,” Wilkins said. to with music ranging Go for a walk.
the band’s business and “You see all ages there. I from classics, top 40 hits,
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Watchdog: Neglect and abuse unreported in nursing facilities


HHS auditors estimated that in 2016 about flected potential neglect or abuse
that was not reported as required.
spector general’s report was pro-
vided to The Associated Press.
tions to ramp up oversight by pro-
viding clearer guidance to nurs-
6,600 cases reflected potential neglect or Nearly 6,200 patients were affect- Responding to the report, Ad- ing facilities about what kinds of
ed. ministrator Seema Verma said episodes must be reported, im-
abuse that was not reported as required “Mandatory reporting is not the Centers for Medicare and proving training for facility staff,
always happening, and benefi- Medicaid Services does not toler- requiring state nursing home
By RICARDO calls for a new focus on protecting ciaries deserve to be better pro- ate abuse and mistreatment and inspectors to record and track all
ALONSO-ZALDIVAR frail patients.
The Associated Press
tected,” said Gloria Jarmon, head slaps significant fines on nursing potential cases and monitoring
Auditors with the Health and of the inspector general’s audit homes that fail to report cases. cases referred to law enforcement
WASHINGTON — Nursing Human Services inspector gen- division. Verma said the agency, known agencies.
facilities have failed to report eral’s office drilled down on ep- Overall, unreported cases as CMS, is already moving to Neglect and abuse of elderly
thousands of serious cases of po- isodes serious enough that the worked out to 18 percent of about improve supervision of nursing patients can be difficult to expose.
tential neglect and abuse of Medi- patient was taken straight from a 37,600 episodes in which a Medi- homes in critical areas such as Investigators say many cases are
care beneficiaries even though nursing facility to a hospital emer- care beneficiary was taken to the abuse and neglect and care for not reported because vulnerable
the federal government requires gency room. Scouring Medicare emergency room from a nursing patients with dementia. older people may be afraid to tell
such reporting, says a watchdog billing records, they estimated facility in circumstances that CMS formally agreed with the even friends and relatives much
report due out Wednesday that that in 2016 about 6,600 cases re- raised red flags. A copy of the in- inspector general’s recommenda- less the authorities.

Jon Stewart lashes out at Congress over 9/11 victims fund


Longtime advocate for 9/11 responders angrily called him, he said the hearing
“should be flipped,” so
out lawmakers for failing to attend a hearing on a bill that first responders were
on the dais, with members
to ensure the fund can pay benefits for the next 70 years of Congress “down here”
in witness chairs answer-
By MATTHEW DALY House Judiciary Commit- Lawmakers from both ing their questions.
The Associated Press tee hearing room, Stew- parties said they support First and foremost,
art said “sick and dying” the bill and were monitor- Stewart said, families
WASHINGTON — Co- first responders and their ing the hearing amid oth-
median Jon Stewart scold- want to know, “Why this is
families came to Washing- er congressional business. so damn hard and takes so
ed Congress Tuesday for
ton for the hearing, only Rep. Mike Johnson, damn long?”
failing to ensure that a
to face a nearly deserted R-La., predicted the bill The collapse of the
victims’ compensation
fund set up after the 9/11 dais. will pass with overwhelm- World Trade Center in
attacks never runs out of The sparse attendance ing support and said law- September 2001 sent a
money. by lawmakers was “an makers meant no disre- cloud of thick dust bil-
Stewart, a longtime embarrassment to the spect as they moved in lowing over Lower Man-
advocate for 9/11 re- country and a stain on and out of the subcommit- hattan. Fires burned for
sponders, angrily called this institution,” Stewart tee hearing, a common oc- weeks. Thousands of con-
out lawmakers for failing said, adding that the “dis- currence on Capitol Hill. struction workers, police
to attend a hearing on a respect” shown to first Stewart was uncon- officers, firefighters and
bill to ensure the fund responders now suffering vinced. others spent time working
can pay benefits for the from respiratory ailments Pointing to rows of in the soot, often without
next 70 years. Pointing to and other illnesses “is ut- uniformed firefighters proper respiratory protec-
rows of empty seats at a terly unacceptable.” and police officers behind tion.

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tion including visitation and
service times, are provided
Home, College Street be from 5-7 p.m. Thurs- with the Rev. Tommy
free of charge. Extended location, with Shawn day at the church. Gillon officiating. Visi-
obituaries with a photograph, Parker officiating. Vis- Welch Funeral Home of tation will be from 1-3
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able for a fee. Obituaries must death by her brother,
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Funeral Home and Cre- Mike Pettit. Memorial Gunter Peel
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science. If the deceased’s location, is in charge of husband, Tony Mc- matory, College Street
body was donated to science, arrangements. Ginnis; parents, James location, is in charge of
the family must provide official Mrs. Pullen was “Boots” Pettit and Mar- arrangements.
proof of death. Please submit born Aug. 28, 1942, tha Pritchard Pettit;
all obituaries on the form pro- in Aberdeen, to the sons, Chris McGinnis
vided by The Commercial Dis-
late Penney and Pearl and Kevin McGinnis;
patch. Free notices must be
submitted to the newspaper White Ryan. She was sisters, Donna Buck,
no later than 3 p.m. the day formerly employed with Jan Lancaster and
prior for publication Tuesday the Columbus Light Terri Wofford; brothers,
through Friday; no later than 4 and Water Department Keith Pettit and Steve
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday and a member of First Pettit; and four grand-
edition; and no later than 7:30 Baptist Church. children.
a.m. for the Monday edition.
In addition to her
Incomplete notices must be re-
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m.
parents, she was Mattie Patterson
for the Monday through Friday preceded in death by KOSCIUSKO — Pvt.

Frances Perrigin
editions. Paid notices must be her husband, Sanford Mattie Florence Miller
finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion Marion “Bubba” Pullen; Patterson, 89, died June
the next day Monday through daughter, Sheila Lynn 7, 2019, at the Martha Betty Montgomery
Thursday; and on Friday by 3 Pullen; and brothers, Jo Leslie State Veterans Mary Frances Perrigin, age 74, died Sunday,
Visitation:
p.m. for Sunday and Monday
Robert Ryan, James Home. Wednesday, June 12 • 3-5 PM
June 09, 2019, at North Mississippi Medical Cen-
publication. For more informa-
Ryan, Thomas Ryan Home Going Cele- Memorial Gunter Peel ter-Tupelo.
tion, call 662-328-2471. Funeral Home Services will be held Wednesday, June 12,
and Billy Ryan. bration services will be 2nd Ave. North Location
Memorials may be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Graveside Committal: 2019, at 4:00 PM at Bethel Baptist Church, with
Ruth Dunlap made to First Baptist the James and Lola Lav-
Held At A Later Date
Ridgeview Memorial Park
Rev. Walter Butler officiating. Burial will follow
COLUMBUS — Church, P.O. Box 829, ender Memorial Chapel Allen, Texas at Friendship Cemetery. Visitation will be held
Ruth Dunlap, 79, died Columbus, MS 39703 or of Lavender’s Funeral Wednesday from 2:00 PM until service time at
June 11, 2019, at her to the Columbus-Lown- Service in Aliceville, Mary Perrigin the church. Memorial Gunter Peel Funeral Home
residence. des Humane Society, Alabama. Burial will Visitation: & Crematory, 2nd Ave. N. location, is in charge of
Wednesday, June 12 • 2-4 PM arrangements.
Arrangements are P.O. Box 85, Columbus, follow at Good Hope Bethel Baptist Church
incomplete and will be MS 39703. Cemetery. Visitation is Services: Mrs. Perrigin was born on Friday, December
announced by Lown- from 4-6 p.m. today at
Wednesday, June 12 • 4 PM 22, 1944, in Fernbank, AL, to the late Marvin and
Bethel Baptist Church
des Funeral Home of Burial Bessie Mae Baswell Gartman. She was a mem-
Faye McGinnis the funeral home. Lav-
Friendship Cemetery ber of Bethel Baptist Church and a homemaker.
Columbus. STARKVILLE — ender’s Funeral Service Memorial Gunter Peel
of Aliceville is in charge Mrs. Perrigin loved her family, especially her
Faye McGinnis, 61, Funeral Home
grandchildren, and enjoyed cooking, painting,
Mary Pullen died June 10, 2019, at of arrangements. 2nd Ave. North Location
and decorating.
COLUMBUS — OCH Regional Hospital
Mary Ella Ryan Pullen, in Starkville. Lewis Younger Mary Pullen In addition to her parents she was preceded in
Visitation: death by her husband, Walter Perrigin.
76, died June 7, 2019, Services will be at COLUMBUS — Thursday, June 13 • 1-2 PM Survivors include her sons, Mike Perrigin,
at Baptist Memorial 10 a.m. Friday at First Lewis Grant Younger, Memorial Gunter Peel
Columbus, MS and Richard Perrigin (Carrie),
Funeral Home
Hospital in Memphis, Baptist Church in 53, died June 7, 2019, at College St. Location Columbus, MS; sisters, Geraldine Beard (J.T.),
Tennessee. Maben, with the Rev. his residence. Memorial Service:
Thursday, June 13 • 2 PM Fernbank, AL and Doris Sanders, Columbus,
A memorial service Tommy Temple offici- A graveside memori- Memorial Gunter Peel MS; brother, Ennis Gartman; grandchildren,
Funeral Home
College St. Location
Amy Nicole Brown (Billy, Kaylee Perrigin, Ash-
ley Perrigin, Clay Perrigin and Rachael Perrigin;
Lewis Younger and great-grandchildren, Conner Wayne Brown
Visitation: and Landon Clayton Brown.
Trump orders simpler path for genetically engineered food Saturday, June 15 • 1-3 PM
Memorial Gunter Peel
The Pallbearers will be Willie Jones, J.T.
Beard, Ben Sala, Hank Vaiden, Billy Brown. and
Funeral Home
By CANDICE CHOI The move comes as it’s carried out by federal College St. Location Heath Hill.
AP Food and Health Writer companies are turning to agencies. Simply deregulat- Graveside Memorial Service:
Saturday, June 15 • 3:30 PM
The Honorary Pallbearers will be James Blay-
newer genetic engineering ing could make people lose Friendship Cemetery lock, Tommy Hill, James Pullen and Chad Hill.
NEW YORK — Presi-
techniques that make it eas- confidence in genetically Memorials may be made to the Palmer Home
dent Trump wants to make
it easier for genetically ier to tinker with the traits engineered foods, he said. for Children, P.O. Box 746, Columbus MS 39703.
engineered plants and of plants and animals. “There needs to be an
animals to enter the food Greg Jaffe, biotechnol- assurance of safety for
supply, and he signed an ogy director at the Center those products,” said Jaffe,
executive order Tuesday for Science in the Public who was among those memorialgunterpeel.com
Interest, said the impact of briefed by government of- Sign the online guest book at
directing federal agencies
the executive order will de- ficials on a call before the www.memorialgunterpeel.com
to simplify the “regulatory
maze” for producers. pend on the details of how order was announced. 716 Second Avenue North • Columbus, MS
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, June 12, 2019 5A

Courtesy images
Columbus police are seeking help identifying three people, pictured here in surveillance footage, who broke into a
car in the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle parking lot last month.

CPD searches for car burglary suspects


Surveillance shows three males breaking into “Someone knows who these
people are,” CPD Chief Fred Shel-
vehicle in BMH-GT parking lot ton said in the release. “They took
items worth several hundred dol-
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT value” out of the vehicles at about 8 lars. The car was not locked, but the
a.m. on May 23, according to a Co- fact they entered it and stole items
Investigators are asking the pub- lumbus Police Department press re- without permission is the same as
lic’s help identifying three people lease. Authorities released footage breaking into the car. They will be
who broke into a car in the Baptist of the surveillance with the release. charged with the same crime just
Memorial Hospital-Golden Trian- One suspect is wearing a red as if they had broken the glass and
gle parking lot last month. Nike tank top in the video. A sec- taken the items.”
Surveillance video taken from ond suspect is wearing a camo shirt Anyone with information on the
cameras in the parking lot shows with the number 70 on the back and incident or the suspects’ identities
three people opening unlocked car writing on the front. A third is wear- is asked to call Golden Triangle
doors and taking several “items of ing a blue shirt. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151.

New law: Charities using paid telemarketers must register


The Associated Press out of telemarketing calls. telemarketing calls. Until from “dubious” charities.
Until now, all charities now, only individuals could “Frankly, that’s where
JACKSON — Officials have been exempt from the register. The new law also 99 percent of our com-
on Monday reminded rules. Under a law passed makes it illegal to cause a plaints come from,” Pres-
charities that hire telemar- earlier this year, though, fake number to display on ley said during a news con-
keters to seek new donors
only charities that are con- caller identification, a prac- ference Monday.
that they now have to reg-
tacting existing donors, tice known as spoofing. Presley and Public Ser-
ister under Mississippi’s
no-call law. or who are making phone Public Service Com- vice Commissioner Sam
Beginning July 1, chari- calls with volunteers will mission President Bran- Britton said it’s often diffi-
ties that use paid telephone be exempt. don Presley, a Democrat cult for the state to enforce
solicitors to prospect for Senate Bill 2744 also representing the state’s the law or collect fines.
new donors could be fined allows businesses to reg- northern district who is “It does work, but it is
$10,000 per violation if they ister for the state’s no-call unopposed for reelection, only the law-abiding com-
don’t register in Mississip- list, which is supposed to said he hoped the move panies that follow the law,”
pi and allow people to opt protect from unwanted would cut down on calls said Britton.
Opinion
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Our view Cartoonist view

The spirit of
optimism at Camp
Rising Sun
For 32 years, Camp Rising Sun has been beating
the odds, facing down challenges and innovating,
not unlike the kids for whom the camp was founded.
What started as a Junior Auxiliary project to pro-
vide children with cancer a week-long camp filled
with a broad range of activities, Camp Rising Sun
has been a fixture at Camp Henry Pratt each June.
During that time, hundreds of young cancer patients
have had the opportunity to put aside the medical is-
sues that often dominate their worlds, to swim, hike,
play games, make art, go on boat rides and — per-
haps most importantly — be around kids who have
had the shared experience of enduring cancer.
But with the end of camp this week, Camp Rising
Sun may face its greatest challenge yet: finding a
new home.
When the YMCA made the difficult decision to
sell Camp Pratt two years ago, Camp Rising Sun
was assured it would be able to return, at least short
term.
If Camp Rising Sun opens for a 33rd year next
June, it will do so at a new location.
The camp’s board has been actively searching
for a new home and a couple of possibilities have
emerged, both within easy driving distance of
Columbus, where most of the town’s organizers and
supporters live.
Finding a location that suits the camp’s needs is
no simple task, of course, but from what we have
learned about the spirit that has prevailed since its
inception, we are optimistic.
Over the years, Camp Rising Sun has attracted a
diverse mix of supporters, a volunteer base that in-
cludes adults who once attended the camp as young
cancer patients, civic organizations and private
citizens. Some donate money. Many more volunteer
their time.
The strength of the program has been its grass-
roots appeal and impressive volunteer support.
Some volunteer for a day to help with a specific
activity. Others arrive before camp begins and stay
until the last camper has gone home. Civic groups
sponsor a day at camp where their members turn
out to stage the events.
There has always been an infectious spirit of opti-
mism at Camp Rising Sun, which emanates from the
kids themselves, kids that are often faced with grim
realities yet retain the youthful spark of indomitable
hope.
In that sense, the words of poet William Word-
sworth are confirmed: The child is the father of the
man.
No doubt, organizers and volunteers are inspired
by the children they see each June, and it is that
inspiration that drives them forward, no matter the
obstacles that have emerged over the past three
decades.
We believe the move from its familiar setting at
Camp Pratt will prove to be just another challenge
met.
Somehow, somewhere Camp Rising Sun will
continue.

State of the nation

Are abortion & gay rights American values?


“My religion times? too little courage to confront To many Americans, diver- Under our Constitution,
defines who I am. Last month, Dis- regimes squarely opposed to sity — racial, ethnic, cultural, many practices are protect-
And I’ve been a ney CEO Bob Iger our interests and our values.” religious —is our greatest ed — abortion, blasphemy,
practicing Catholic said his company Are Pompeo and Mayor strength. pornography, flag-burning,
my whole life,” said may cease filming Pete talking about the same Yet Poland and Hungary trashing religious beliefs —
Vice President Joe in Georgia if its new values? are proudly ethnonationalist. that other nations regard as
Biden in 2012. “I anti-abortion law The mayor is proudly gay South Korea and Japan fiercely symptoms of a disintegrating
accept my church’s takes effect: “If (the and in a same-sex marriage. resist the racial and ethnic society.
position on abortion bill) becomes law, Yet the right to same-sex diversity immigration would When Hillary Clinton said
as ... doctrine. Life I don’t see how it’s marriage did not even exist in bring. Catalans and Scots in half of all Trump supporters
begins at concep- practical for us to this country until the Supreme this century, like Quebecois in could be put into a “basket of
tion. ... I just refuse continue to shoot Court discovered it a few years the last, seek to secede from deplorables” for being “racist,
to impose that on Patrick J. Buchanan there.” ago. nations to which they have sexist, homophobic, xenopho-
others.” The Georgia law In a 2011 speech to the belonged for centuries. bic, Islamophobic,” she was
For four decades, Biden outlaws almost all abortions, U.N., Secretary of State Hillary Are ethnonationalist nations conceding that many Trump’s
backed the Hyde Amendment, once a heartbeat is detected, Clinton said, “Gay rights are less righteous than diverse supporters detest many pro-
which prohibits the use of the some six to eight weeks into human rights,” and she ap- nations likes ours? And if diver- gressive values.
tax dollars of Joe’s fellow Cath- pregnancy. It reflects the proved of U.S. embassies flying sity is an American value, is it True, but in the era of
olics to pay for what they view Christian conservative values the rainbow flag during Pride really a universal value? Trump, why should her liberal
as the killing of the innocent of millions of Georgians. Month. Consider the treasured values be the values America
unborn. To Iger and Hollywood, This year, Mike Pompeo rights of our First Amendment champions abroad?
Last week, Joe flipped. He however, Georgia’s law radical- told the U.S. embassy in Brazil — freedom of speech, religion With secularism’s triumph,
now backs the repeal of the ly restricts the “reproductive not to fly the rainbow flag. He and the press. we Americans have no com-
Hyde Amendment. rights” of women, and is a explained his concept of his Saudi Arabia does not mon religion, no common faith,
Ilyse Hogue of NARAL moral outrage. moral duty to the Christian permit Christian preachers. no common font of moral truth.
Pro-Choice America welcomed What we have here is a clash Broadcasting Network, “The In Afghanistan and Pakistan, We disagree on what is right
home the prodigal son: “We’re of values. task I have is informed by my converts to Christianity face and wrong, moral and immoral.
pleased that Joe Biden has What one side believes is understanding of my faith, my savage reprisals. In Buddhist Without an agreed-upon
joined the rest of the 2020 preserving the God-given right belief in Jesus Christ as the Myanmar, Muslims are ethni- higher authority, values be-
Democratic field in coalescing to life for the unborn, the other Savior.” cally cleansed. come matters of opinion. And
around the Party’s core values regards as an assault on the The Christian values These nations reject an ours are in conflict and irrecon-
— support for abortion rights.” rights of women. Pompeo espouses on abortion equality of all faiths, believing cilable.
But when did the right to an The clash raises questions and gay rights are in conflict instead in the primacy of their Understood. But how, then,
abortion — a crime in many that go beyond our culture war with what progressives now own majority faith. They reject do we remain one nation and
states before 1973 — become a to what America should stand call human rights. our wall of separation between one people?
“core value” of the Democratic for in the world. And the world mirrors the religion and state. Our values Patrick J. Buchanan, a
Party? “American interests and American divide. and their values conflict. nationally syndicated columnist,
And what are these “values” American values are insepara- There are gay pride parades What makes ours right and was a senior advisor to presi-
of which politicians incessantly ble,” Pete Buttigieg told Rachel in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, but theirs wrong? Why should dents Richard Nixon, Gerald
talk? Maddow. Secretary of State none in Riyadh and Mecca. In our views and values prevail Ford and Ronald Reagan. His
Are they immutable? Or do Mike Pompeo told the Clare- Brunei, homosexuality can get in what are, after all, their website is http://buchanan.org/
they change with the changing mont Institute: “We have had you killed. countries? blog.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, June 12, 2019 7A

News about town


CLUBS month, 6 p.m., in room 6, near the Gift
Shop, $20. For information or to register,
n BAPTIST HOSPICE VOLUNTEERS
Baptist Hospice-Golden Triangle seeks
n POSSUM TOWN TOASTMASTERS call 662-244-2498. volunteers to assist in the office and with
Possum Town Toastmasters meet every n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES Hospice families at 2309 Bluecutt Road,
Friday at 7 a.m. at the Church of Christ, Co- Emerson Family Center in Starkville offers Suite B. For more information, call Katie
lumbus. To become a better communicator Childbirth classes from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Bostwick, 662-243-1173.
and leader, call 662-549-3483. every Tuesday. For more information, call n DRUG/ALCOHOL INTERVENTION
n POSSUM TOWN QUILTERS 662-320-4907. Narconon offers drug and alcohol interven-
Possum Town Quilters meet at 9:30 a.m. n LUPUS SUPPORT tions. For free screenings or referrals, call
the second and fourth Saturdays of each A lupus support group meets from 10 a.m.- 1-800-431-1754.
month at the Rosenzweig Arts Center (lower 2 p.m. the first Saturday of every month in
level), 501 Main St., Columbus. Check us n GOLDEN TRIANGLE AA
Classroom 6 of the Baptist Golden Triangle Golden Triangle AA meets daily for
out at possumtownquilters.blogspot.com.
Patient Tower. Open to anyone with lupus support. If you want to drink, that is your
n EAST LIONS CLUB or any family member or friend. For more business. If you want to stop drinking, that
The Columbus East Lions Club meets every information, call Rashell Hopkins, 662-570-
is our business. For information, call 662-
second and fourth Monday of the month at 8342.
327-8941.
65 Airline Road. For more information, call
n CANCER SUPPORT n AL-ANON MEETING
662-251-1415 or 662-574-7552.
Baptist Cancer Center hosts a support
n HOST LIONS CLUB The Columbus Al-Anon Family Groups meet
group for cancer survivors and their
The Columbus Host Lions Club meets every Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m.
families, noon-1 p.m. the third Friday of
Friday at noon at EMCC Lion Hills Center When you don’t know where to turn be-
every month in Classroom 5 of the Patient
for a buffet lunch and business gathering. cause someone drinks too much, we can
Towers. Next meeting is June 21. Lunch
For more information, call John Michael, help. For information, call 888-425-2666
provided. For information and location, call
601-955-2176. or go to msafg.org.
662-244-2923.
n LOWNDES REPUBLICAN WOMEN
Lowndes County Republican Women meets
the second Tuesday of each month at
n HYPERTENSION SUPPORT
A pulmonary hypertension support group OTHER EVENTS
meets at 2 p.m. the second Saturday of n MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM
the Lion Hills Center, 2331 Military Road. every month at North Mississippi Medical A Meet the Candidates Forum is 6-8 p.m.
Buffet line opens at 11:15 a.m., with call to Center-West Point Education Center, 385 June 20 at the New Hope Community
order at noon. Medical Center Drive. For information, call Center, 381 Stadium Road. Candidates for
n GT QUILTERS GUILD Dana Albert, 662-295-3642. state, district and local offices will be pres-
The Golden Triangle Quilters Guild meets ■ DIABETES SUPPORT ent. Limited seating. For more information,
at 5:30 p.m. every third Thursday at the Baptist Golden Triangle hosts day classes call Sammy Sullivan, 662-415-1269.
Starkville Sportsplex Activities Building. for Diabetes Support on third Wednesdays n FREE SUMMER MEALS
■ BREAKFAST WITH THE BULLDOGS of each month, 10-11 a.m. in Patient Tower The Summer Food Service Program offers
MSU alumni, friends are invited to Break- room 6. For information, call Lacy Smith, free meals to children 18 and under
fast with the Bulldogs on second Thursdays 662-244-1392 or 800-544-8762, ext. through June 28 at Columbus High School,
each month at Starkville Café. Dutch treat 1392. Columbus Middle School, Stokes-Beard
breakfast 7:30 a.m. Contact Carol Moss n DIALYSIS SUPPORT and Cook Elementary. Breakfast 7:45-
Read at carolmoss@bellsouth.net or 662- A dialysis support group meets at 6 p.m. 8:30 a.m., lunch 11 a.m.-1 p.m. For more
312-0637. the second Thursday of each month at information, call the Child Nutrition Office,
■ DULCIMER PLAYERS Baptist Memorial Hospital-GT, Room 6. 662-241-7410.
Friendly City Strummers meet twice Open to patients diagnosed with End Stage n MORE SUMMER MEALS
monthly to practice and teach others to Renal Disease. For more information, call
The Mississippi Summer Service Program
play dulcimers. Join for $10/year for the 662-328-4440.
offers free meals to children 18 and under
whole family. Dulcimers available to borrow. n CAREGIVER SUPPORT June 3-July 31 at William Washington
Contact David Saum, 662-386-6836 or
A caregiver support group meets at 6 Terrace, 2201 8th Ave. S. Breakfast 9-10
DrSaum@cableone.net, or the Switzers,
p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month, a.m., lunch noon-2 p.m. Seasonal workers
662-312-6025.
beginning June 25, at Baptist Memorial needed. For information, call the Southern
n TOPS Hospital-GT, Room 4. Open to adult family Foundation, 662-320-6614.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly No. 288 meets or other informal caregivers age 18 or older
Tuesdays at Community Baptist Church, providing care to individuals with a disabil-
n 50 DRESSES MINISTRY
Yorkville Road East, Columbus. Weigh-in Reach1 Teach1 Ministries’ 50 Dresses
ity, chronic illness or dementia diagnosis.
begins at 5:30 p.m. Contact Pat Harris, Ministry Program to the Golden Triangle
For more information, call 662-328-4440.
662-386-0249. area helps those in need of a dress or suit
■ HEART SUPPORT for a job search. Donations accepted. Call
n TOPS Weekly education/support group for people Regional Coordinator Cequeila Bigbee, 870-
Take Off Pounds Sensibly No. 270 meets with congestive heart failure are Thursdays 627-2859 or e-mail, 1deliveredin2014@
Thursdays at 4370 Cal-Kolola Road, 11 a.m.-noon in the Outpatient Pavilion gmail.com.
Caledonia. Weigh-in begins at 5-5:30 p.m. Boardroom, Baptist Golden Triangle. For
Contact Michelle Holliman, 662-386-3650. information, call 244-1953 or 244-2132. n ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES
n SENIOR CRAFTS Emerson Family Center, 1504 Louisville
Senior Crafts meets at the Starkville
n NUTRITION EDUCATION St., Starkville, offers Adult Education
Diabetes education class meets on fourth classes from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Mondays &
Sportsplex Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m. Crafts
Wednesdays, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Baptist Wednesdays; 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on Tuesdays &
provided by the parks department. For
Golden Triangle Outpatient Pavilion. Physi-
information, call Lisa Cox, 662-323-2294. Wednesdays; 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Fridays. For
cian referral required. For information, call
n QUILTING CLUB more information, call 662-320-4607.
662-244-1597 or email info.goldentrian-
Quilting Club meets in the activities room gle@bmhcc.org. n WALKING GROUP
adjacent to the multi-purpose facility at the J.L. King Center’s Families First of Oktib-
Starkville Sportsplex Thursdays 10 a.m.-
n ABUSE RECOVERY GROUP beha County invites the community to join
A Domestic Abuse Recovery Group meets
noon. Bring your own project to work on. For its Walking Group at 6:30 a.m. Monday-Fri-
information, call Lisa Cox, 662-323-2294. Thursdays at 6 p.m. through Safe Haven
day at Westside Park, 700 N. Long St.,
Inc. Group counseling for rape recovery is
n AARP Starkville.
available. For information, call 662-327-
AARP meets the first Wednesday of each 6118 or 662-889-2067.
n EFFECTIVE PARENTING
month at 10 a.m. in the Community Room Family Resource Center, Columbus
of Regions Bank, Main Street, Columbus. n CPR CLASSES campus, 1575 Second Ave. N., offers free
Programs are geared to the needs and Baptist Golden Triangle offers CPR classes effective parenting classes, with insight
interests of seniors 50 and up. For more each month at 6 p.m. in the Patient Tower. on child safety, appropriate discipline,
information, call 662-889-9496. Next classes are June 10 & 14. Pre-regis- effective communication and more. For
tration required. Call the Education Depart- information, call 662-368-3603.

Health Notes ment, 662-244-2498.


n FREE PSA SCREENINGS
n ACTIVE PARENTING
Emerson Family Center offers Active Parent-
n FREE MAMMOGRAMS Baptist Cancer Center offers free prostate ing classes from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesdays
Baptist Golden Triangle offers free mam- PSA screenings ever other month for men and Wednesdays. Free diapers for those
mograms to women 35 and older who have over 40. Next screenings are May 31 & July who complete the four class series. Free
no insurance coverage for mammograms 26, 8-11:45 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Walk-ins
child care provided. Call 662-320-4607.
and are living in Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay, accepted. For appointments, call 662-244-
Monroe or Chickasaw Counties. To see if 4673. n SAFE SLEEP FOR INFANTS
you qualify, call 662-244-2979. n DIABETES EDUCATION Emerson Family Center, Starkville, offers
n SUMMER XTREME CAMP Diabetes Self-Management Education Safe Sleep for Infants classes from 11
North Mississippi Medical Center-West Class meets fourth Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m.-noon on Wednesdays. For more infor-
Point, 185 Medical Center Circle, offers a.m. at Baptist Golden Triangle Outpatient mation, call 662-320-4607.
Summer Extreme Camp from 1-5 p.m. June Pavilion Conference Center. Physician n FREE COMPUTER CLASSES
24-28 for children ages 8-12. $125 per referral required. For information, call 662- Emerson Family Center, Starkville, offers
member child; $150 per nonmember child. 244-1596. free computer classes from 1-3 p.m. on
To register by June 21 or for more informa- n ANGER MANAGEMENT Tuesdays. Call 662-320-4607.
tion, call 662-495-9355. Family Resource Center, Columbus n FREE TUTORING
n CROSSOVER SYMMETRY campus, 1575 Second Ave. N., offers free Family Resource Center, Columbus cam-
North Mississippi Medical Center-West conflict resolution and anger management pus, 1575 Second Ave. N., offers free tutor-
Point Wellness Center offers a Crossover classes. For information, call 662-368- ing, computer use and printing services for
Symmetry Program focusing on shoulder 3603. pre-K-eighth-grade students. Limited slots.
health/performance. The 30-day member- n BAPTIST VOLUNTEERS Call 662-368-3603.
ship is $30 members; $50 nonmembers. Baptist Golden Triangle seeks caring, com- n ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Call the Wellness Center, 662-495-9355. passionate volunteers to help in a variety Emerson Family Center, Starkville, offers
n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES of hospital settings. For information, call English as a Second Language classes 10
Baptist Golden Triangle offers Childbirth 662-244-1165 or email info.goldentrian- a.m.-noon on Fridays. For more informa-
classes and Breastfeeding classes each gle@bmhcc.org. tion, call 662-320-4607.
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Reilly Pittman, 12, creates a “leaning tower of Oreo” at lunch on Tuesday at Camp Rising Sun. “It’s an explosion
of flavors,” Pittman said. “You can taste lemon, but also chocolate.” It is his first year at camp. group or organization.
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at summer camp, which is the land last wants to wait until this so I can come back ev-
what keeps Pate coming year, the camp ends before doing ery other time,” he said.
back. new owner any legwork, Kizer said. “I just got back from
“I very quickly fell in decided he “We’ve talked about Afghanistan two weeks
love with everyone here,” wanted to land just over the state ago, stopped off where
he said. “No matter what make some line, maybe finding land I’m stationed in San An-
limitations kids have and changes that’s ours,” she said. tonio and came here.”
how they might be dif- that weren’t “We’ll definitely be
Some of Miller’s fam-
ferent from other people, going to Kizer speaking with the county
ily members have had
they have a place here. ... be conducive to having and the community.”
camp here,” she said. “So “The camp will con- cancer, he said, so he
And for kids who know
we will be looking for a tinue,” said Faulkner. was able to find common
someone that have sur-
vived cancer or are fight- new location. “That’s no doubt at all. ground with campers
ing cancer, it’s a place “A lot of people are It’s just the beginning of quickly. It’s something
where they can feel sup- asking if this is the end,” a new chapter.” he values no matter
ported too.” she added. “It’s not the No matter where where he is.
Pate, who just graduat- end. It’s just a transition.” Camp Rising Sun moves, “This is family for
ed from Columbia Univer- The YMCA owned volunteer camp counsel- me,” he said. “The most
sity in New York with his the Camp Pratt property or Carl Miller will follow. wonderful group of peo-
master’s degree, is one of since at least the 1950s Miller, who started volun- ple to be around. You can
more than 100 volunteers and began hosting Camp teering when he was sta- put aside whatever may
that made the trip to Camp Rising Sun in 1987. Co- tioned at the Columbus be going on in a kid’s life.
Rising Sun from as near as lumbus business owner Air Force, has made the There’s nothing better
Columbus and Starkville Ron Harper purchased yearly journey to Camp than that.
and as far as Los Angeles, the 70-acre property in Pratt from Washington,
“Sure, it’s going to be
California, and San An- January 2018. D.C., San Antonio and Af-
hard to leave this place,”
tonio, Texas, to serve as The Camp Rising Sun ghanistan.
board has “considered “There was one time he added. “But the kids
cooks, activity coordina- are what matter. Any-
tors and overnight coun- several possibilities” of I was deployed that I
future locations near to couldn’t make it back, but where I am, this is where
selors for the week. Past
Columbus where future I’ve been able to make I’ll be every June.”
and present board mem-
bers also come, not just to camps could be held, but my deployment calendar
volunteer, but to see what
the camp many of them
have poured thousands of
hours into over the years
has become.
“It’s just a wonderful
place,” said Susan Faulk-
ner, a founding board
member of Camp Rising
Sun. “You can see a lot of
the campers grow up right
in front of you. You get to
see the way they grow up.
That’s probably one of the
best parts.”
Although Faulkner
now lives in Birmingham,
Alabama, she still tries to
make the yearly trip back
to Columbus to see faces
old and new and watch
generations of kids grow
and change. But next year,
and for all the years after,
she, along with volunteers
and campers, will need to
travel elsewhere.
After 32 years, Camp
Rising Sun will no longer
be held at Camp Pratt,
said co-director Allison
Kizer.
“After the YMCA sold
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Finishing the job


MSU reliever Cole Gordon
relishes last chance to
get a ring at CWS
BY BEN PORTNOY
bportnoy@cdispatch.com

A
s the bottom half of the ninth inning in Sunday’s Super Regional
between Mississippi State and Stanford commenced, the deep
melodic voice of Johnny Cash’s “God’s Gonna Cut You Down”
blared over the speakers at Dudy Noble Field.
“You can run on for a long time.
“Run on for a long time.
“Run on for a long time.
“Sooner or later, God’ll cut you down.”
The tune has earned a cult following among MSU fans to a degree.
It was previously the walkout song for Bulldog legend and current New
York Yankee Jonathan Holder.
This past weekend Cash’s ballad greeted a different name.
Just before the recording jumped into the first verse, senior reliever
Cole Gordon walked out of the bullpen.
With Cash’s words swirling around him, Gordon ran down the third-
base line before stepping on the rubber. A handful of warm-up pitches
followed.
It had been nearly one year to the day MSU crashed out of the 2018
College World Series by way of a 5-2 defeat to eventual champion Ore-
gon State.
A teary-eyed Gordon was fully prepared for his baseball career to be
over at that juncture.
With degrees in business administration and marketing, Gordon
had already sent resumes to a several companies. Excel spreadsheets
and a cubicle were just weeks away.
“I wouldn’t say I was necessarily prepared (for life after baseball),”
Gordon quipped. “But I would’ve taken it head-on and figured out
where I went from there.”
Yet in those immediate postseason weeks, Gordon furrowed his
brow at the idea of adulthood. This was not the way his maroon-and-
white-clad career would end.
See Gordon, 2B

MISSISSIPPI STATE NOTEBOOK Ginn named National Freshman


Bulldogs ready to of the Year by Perfect Game
meet Tigers for Pitcher goes
into CWS with
fourth time 8-4 record
this season
Ace Small to start Sunday in Omaha
Dispatch Staff
BY BEN PORTNOY Report
bportnoy@cdispatch.com
STARKVILLE —
STARKVILLE — Mississippi Freshman pitcher JT
State’s College World Series open- Ginn was named the
er is set. National Freshman of
The NCAA announced Monday the Year by the Perfect
night MSU will take on Auburn at Game college baseball
6:30 p.m. Sunday in the first game publication Tuesday
of the teams’ respective runs in night.
Omaha. Ginn is 8-4 with a
Lemonis
The Bulldogs and Tigers previ- 3.36 ER A in 16 starts
ously met this season for a three-game set at this season.
Dudy Noble Field March 22-24. MSU took the With 103 strikeouts
final two games of the series after dropping the on the year, he is the
second MSU fresh-
first, 6-5.
man to surpass the
The rubber game of that series was a 20-15
100-strikeout mark
slugfest. in his inaugural cam-
Asked whether he feels as though Auburn is paign.
riding momentum into the tournament, MSU The Brandon na-
coach Chris Lemonis answered candidly. tive’s eight wins are
“I think everybody feels hot right now,” he also tied for the most by
said. “Everybody is ready to go.” any freshman in Missis-
sippi State history.
Omaha pitching rotation taking shape This is the second na-
Lemonis said Tuesday he will start staff ace tional freshman award
redshirt junior Ethan Small against Auburn. for Ginn. The Collegiate
Small enters the weekend at 10-2 with a 1.76 Baseball Newspaper hon- Kelly Donoho, Mississippi State Athletics
ored him as the Co-Na- Mississippi State baseball pitcher JT Ginn has been National Freshman of the Year
See Notebook, 2B tional Freshman Pitcher by the Perfect Game publication. Ginn will take an 8-4 season record into the Col-
of the Year June 5. lege World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, which starts this weekend.
2B WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

2019 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

Alex Morgan has 5 goals as US routs Thailand 13-0


The Associated Press is to play hard against opponents, put her arm around Thailand’s Mi-
and as Alex said, it’s a tournament randa Nild, who was wiping away
REIMS, France — Thailand was where goal differential is import- tears on the field. Nild and Morgan
never a real threat to the U.S. na- ant,” Ellis said. both played college soccer for the
tional team. Even so, the three-time The two teams were the last California Golden Bears.
Women’s World Cup champions to kick off in the group stage for “They were disappointed of
had no desire to go easy on a lesser the monthlong tournament. Host course, they intended to make an
opponent in their opening game. France opened the World Cup be- impression in this first match and
Goals matter in the group stage. fore a sellout crowd in Paris on they were disappointed,” coach
And statements matter in soc- Friday night with a 4-0 victory over Nuengrutai Srathongvian said
cer’s biggest tournament. South Korea. through a translator. “Yes, they are
“Obviously we have the utmost Ranked No. 1 in the world, the all athletes and they will be resil-
respect for everyone we play, but Americans had dropped only one ient. We’ve got two more games to
it’s the World Cup,” said captain match in their previous 38, a loss play and we need to bounce back.”
Megan Rapinoe. to France in Le Havre in January. Srathongvian said soccer in
Alex Morgan tied the tourna- The team was 7-1-2 overall this year, Thailand is still growing and there
ment record with five goals and the with six straight wins going into the is a limited pool of players to draw
United States opened with a histor- World Cup. from.
ic 13-0 rout of Thailand on Tuesday The World Cup comes at a time
night. Samantha Mewis and Rose when female players across the
Lavelle each added a pair of goals ‘This is a world globe are seeking better treatment,
for the United States, which broke conditions and pay. The U.S. nation-
the record for goals and margin of championship, so every al team has long championed equal
victory in a World Cup game.
Rapinoe, Lindsey Horan, Mal- team here has been rights, and players collectively filed
a lawsuit earlier this year that al-
lory Pugh and Carli Lloyd also
scored. The previous record mar-
fantastic to get to leges discrimination by the U.S.
Soccer Federation and are seeking
gin was Germany’s 11-0 victory
over Argentina in 2007.
this point. And I think pay equitable with that of the men’s
national team.
Morgan tied Michelle Akers’ that to be respectful The players say the lawsuit is on
record for World Cup goals, set in hold while they’re in France. But a
the quarterfinals against Taiwan to opponents is to pair of prominent well-wishers on
in 1991. The team’s seven different Twitter referenced the team’s pur-
scorers also set a tournament re- play hard against suit of equality.
cord.
Lloyd, 36, became the oldest
opponents... ’ “The @USWNT is something
to smile about. It was great to cel-
American woman to score at a U.S. women’s coach Jill Ellis ebrate with them back in 2015
World Cup and joined Germany’s and I’m excited to root them on in
Birgit Prinz as the only players to The last time the Americans their drive to earn their fourth star.
score in five straight World Cup played in the sport’s top tourna- Best of luck to these champions for
games. ment, Lloyd had a hat trick in the equality, on and off the field,” wrote
The United States faced criti- first 16 minutes and the United former President Barack Obama.
cism over its relentless attack. The States beat Japan 5-2 in Canada for Tennis legend Billie Jean King
Americans led 3-0 at the break and the trophy. weighed in: “The pursuit of a re-
then broke the match open in the The U.S. pounced early against cord 4th World Cup trophy for the
second half, with the players cele- Thailand, too, on Morgan’s header #USWNT officially begins today,
brating goal after goal. in the 13th minute off Kelley O’Ha- but the journey has been years in
The Americans meant no disre- ra’s precisely placed cross. Mewis, the making. You have the support of
spect, said Morgan, but they simply Lavelle and Horan were all making a nation behind you. Get that win,
wanted to position themselves for a their World Cup debuts. and then get the equal pay you de-
run at a second consecutive title. “When you get a deluge of goals serve!”
“We really just came into the like that, it’s a good feeling,” Ellis Ellis made some lineup moves
game really wanting to showcase said. “It builds confidence.” for the match in the absence of de-
ourselves,” Morgan said. “Every Thailand, ranked No. 34 in the fender Becky Sauerbrunn, whom
goal matters in this tournament and world, was clearly outmatched even the team said was held out as a pre-
that’s what we were working on.” though the team has shown prog- caution with a minor quad injury.
Asked about the lopsided score, ress on the world stage. Making its Julie Ertz was moved to the back-
U.S. coach Jill Ellis wondered if a World Cup debut in 2015 four years line and Mewis got the start in the
10-0 victory in a men’s World Cup ago, Thailand finished third in its midfield.
would elicit the same questions. group but earned its first win, a 3-2 Morgan, U.S. Soccer’s 2018 Play-
“This is a world championship, victory over Ivory Coast. er of the Year, now has 106 interna-
so every team here has been fantas- At the final whistle, Lloyd and tional goals. Playing in her third
tic to get to this point. And I think Christen Press were seen consoling World Cup, she was named player
that to be respectful to opponents the Thailand goalkeeper. Morgan of the match.

Gordon
Continued from Page 1B
When new MSU coach Chris Since his ERA ballooned to this scenario in the backyard. He
Lemonis arrived on campus in July, 5.87 against the Razorbacks, it would strike out the final batter
securing Gordon’s return was a has steadily dropped to its current and mayhem would ensue.
priority. mark of 3.76. Back in reality, Gordon tossed a
“On my hands and knees,” Gordon’s strikeout numbers first pitch strike to Cardinal third
Lemonis said of how he begged have also climbed. He has record- baseman Tim Tawa. He backed it
the 6-foot-5, 244-pound reliever to ed 30 of his 65 strikeouts this sea- up with two straight balls.
come back. son his past 12 appearances — an Up 2-1 in the count, Tawa
Complicating the matter was overall mark that sits third on the swung and missed at the fourth
what graduate degree Gordon team behind only redshirt junior offering from Gordon. One strike
would pursue. A three-time SEC ace Ethan Small and freshman JT away.
Academic Honor Roll selection and Ginn. Gordon again set and fired.
a Summa Cum Laude graduate, Most notably, he soldiered Tawa was fooled once more. MSU
Gordon earned a spot in the univer- through a five-inning, eight-strike- was heading to Omaha.
sity’s MBA program. out affair in MSU’s 17-inning win Slinging his glove, Gordon was
Since enrolling, he has worked over LSU in the SEC tournament almost instantly surrounded by
as a graduate service assistant in May 22. his Bulldog brethren in dog-pile
the Office of the Graduate School. “Every pitch in that situation, fashion.
He was named the Masters Grad- the game is on the line,” he said at He joked Tuesday he felt like he
uate Service Assistant of the Year the time. “One mistake — it turns was going to die while stuck at the
for his efforts and is scheduled to the game. So I was just trying to bottom of the massive mound of
complete his MBA this summer. go out there and make every pitch. black-uniformed bodies.
“To come back I wanted to make From there the results are up to Three-hundred-and-fifty-one
sure I wasn’t just floating around, themselves.” days ago, Gordon thought he
not doing anything,” Gordon said. would watch that moment from a
“So, getting into the master’s Closing the deal cubical somewhere in corporate
program, being able to do graduate Sunday, Gordon got things America.
school here, working, getting a job going in the ninth inning in as Instead, he has once more put
— a graduate assistant position — on-brand a way possible — a his postgraduate career on hold —
it’s just all kind of fallen into place.” strikeout — fanning Stanford first
baseman Andrew Daschbach on
at least for another week.
Besides, Gordon has business
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bullpen arm through the first half of of the frame with a first-pitch lin- got to Omaha last year and we
the year, flare-ups against Alabama eout to senior center fielder Jake didn’t close the deal. So, to have
and No. 5 Arkansas in back-to-back Mangum. an opportunity to come back and
outings saw him allow eight runs on One out away from a return try and finish that and to do some-
seven hits in 3 2/3 innings of work. trip the CWS, Gordon began his thing that’s never been done here
Gordon quickly righted his delivery. before (win a national title), it was
wrongs. For years he had played out just a hard thing to turn down.”

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Summer Camps
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Mississippi University for Women will host four
McCann homers twice, Braves with 5th straight
The Associated Press
position-specific volleyball clinics this summer for youth
Donaldson appeals 1-game steps toward the mound. He shoved
players.
ATLANTA — Now that his knee is Díaz when the catcher intervened.
A defense/libero clinic will be held July 15, followed
by a setters clinic July 16, a hitter/blocker clinic July 17 healthy, Brian McCann showed he has suspension for shoving Díaz The umpires huddled and an-
and an all skills clinic July 18. plenty of power left at 35 years old. ATLANTA — Braves third base- nounced ejections for Musgrove and
Cost is $50 per session. In order to participate, McCann hit one of four Atlanta hom- man Josh Donaldson has appealed a
Donaldson. Pirates manager Clint
each camper must complete a signed registration form, one-game suspension for shoving Pi-
ers in the second inning and took Pirates Hurdle also was ejected by home plate
a facility accident waiver and a photo release form. rates catcher Elias Díaz in the first in-
Registration and all forms for the clinic are available starter Chris Archer deep again with a umpire Brian Gorman after arguing
ning of Monday’s game.
at https://www.owlsathletics.com/camps/camps-list. tiebreaking, three-run shot in the sixth the decision to toss Musgrove.
Donaldson can continue to play un-
For more information contact Roxanne Hernandez at to help the Braves beat the Pittsburgh Musgrove’s pitch only grazed Don-
662-329-6572. til his appeal is heard and was in his
Pirates 7-5 on Tuesday night. aldson’s jersey, but players from both
customary cleanup spot in the Atlanta
“It probably hurt me for a little bit dugouts and bullpens charged onto
batting order Tuesday night.
on the air there, but once I got it fixed and I came
back in September last year, I knew I
The ruckus began when Pirates the field following the confrontation as
starter Joe Musgrove hit Donaldson Musgrove took off his cap and removed
Today could make an aggressive move on the
with a pitch. As Donaldson began his glove. No punches were thrown
MLB BASEBALL baseball,” he said. “I’m healthy. I feel walking to first base, he exchanged and the field was quickly cleared.
11 a.m. — Oakland at Tampa Bay OR Cincin- good. Got my bat speed back.” glares with Musgrove and took a few — The Associated Press
nati at Cleveland (1 p.m.), MLB The Braves, tied for first in the NL
2 p.m. — Chicago Cubs at Colorado, MLB East, have won five straight. The game
7 p.m. — Milwaukee at Houston, ESPN was called following a 1-hour, 48-minute years in the AL. “We’re tough to get Josh Bell’s two-run single. He began the
10 p.m. — San Diego at San Francisco, MLB rain delay after eight innings. through on a nightly basis from top to third by walking the pitcher. He walked
NHL HOCKEY McCann put the Braves up 7-4 in the bottom, so it’s nice to show it again to- Bell to begin the fourth and allowed him
7 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoffs: St. Louis sixth, pulling a fastball into the right- night.” to score when Colin Moran’s double
at Boston, Stanley Cup Final, Game 7 (if field seats. He made a winner of Touki Archer gave up seven runs and eight made it 4-3.
necessary), NBC Toussaint (4-0), who relieved after anoth- hits with two walks while striking out The Pirates tied it at 4-all in the fifth
SOCCER (WOMEN’S) er ineffective start by Mike Foltynewicz. eight in six innings. He had won two when Kevin Newman singled, advanced
8 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Nigeria vs. South The Braves hit four homers off Ar- straight starts after dropping five in a to third on Corey Dickerson’s single and
Korea, Group A, France, FS1 cher to take a 4-2 lead in the second as row. His five homers allowed were a sin- scored on a grounder.
11 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Germany vs. Josh Donaldson and Nick Markakis went gle-game career high. Foltynewicz, a first-time All-Star last
Spain, Group B, France, FOX back-to-back and were followed one bat- “Man, I was throwing stuff right season, allowed four runs and five hits
2 p.m. — FIFA World Cup: France vs. Nor- ter later by McCann and Ozzie Albies. down the middle,” Archer said. “No mat- with four walks and five strikeouts in five
way, Group A, France, FOX Donaldson’s ninth homer ricocheted ter how hard you’re throwing, how good innings. Toussaint allowed two hits and
Thursday off the right-field foul pole, and Markakis your stuff was the inning before or the struck out two in 1 2/3 innings.
GOLF followed with a 417-foot homer to center, game before, if you throw stuff down the Bryan Reynolds’ pinch-hit, RBI triple
11:30 a.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, his sixth of the year. McCann’s oppo- middle, you’re going to get blasted and off Anthony Swarzak cut the lead to 7-5
first round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FS1 site-field shot sailed into left-center. He they’re an aggressive team. They jumped in the eighth.
11:30 a.m. — LPGA Tour Golf: Meijer LPGA was followed by Albies, who pulled his me. I didn’t make the adjustment. That A.J. Minter was back with the Braves
Classic, first round, Grand Rapids, Mich., 10th homer into the right-field seats. was pretty much the ballgame.” for the first time since getting sent to
GOLF “We have speed, we’re athletic, we Foltynewicz’s ERA rose 13 points to the minors five weeks ago and losing the
6:30 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, first make you throw strikes,” said McCann, 6.02. He threw a wild pitch that advanced closer’s role. He allowed one run and one
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX who’s back with the Braves after five two runners in the first and trailed 2-0 on hit with one strikeout in one inning.
6:30 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, first
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FS1
Baseball
Game 7 — Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 2 San Antonio 7 723 103.3 Cameroon vs. New Zealand, 1600 GMT Koehler, Shane Selman, Marcus Smith and
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS p.m. Boston 9 919 102.1 GROUP F Josh Watson; and RHPs Charles Hall, Zach
Game 8 — Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, Detroit 4 392 98.0 W L D GF GA Pts Rafuse, Jake Walkinshaw, Chase Wheatcroft,
2 a.m. (Friday) — UFC Fight Night 55: Rock- American League 7 p.m. Utah 5 489 97.8 United States 1 0 0 13 0 3 Jack Cushing, Peyton Miller, Vince Coletti,
Wednesday, June 19 Orlando 5 460 92.0 Sweden 1 0 0 2 0 3 Austin Wahl, Trayson Kubo, Sam Romero and
hold vs. Bisping, Australia, ESPNEWS At A Glance
All Times EDT Game 9 — Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 loser, Indiana 4 367 91.8 Chile 0 1 0 0 2 0 Edward Baram to minor league contracts.
MLB BASEBALL East Division 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 20
Team Defense
G Pts Avg
Thailand 0 1 0 0 13 0
Tuesday, June 11
SEATTLE MARINERS — Optioned RHP Matt
Festa to Tacoma (PCL). Reinstated INF Dee
W L Pct GB
11 a.m. — Pittsburgh at Atlanta OR Seattle New York 41 25 .621 — Game 10 — Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 loser,
8 p.m.
Indiana
Toronto
4 397 99.2
23 2317 100.7
At Rennes, France
Sweden 2, Chile 0
Gordon from the 10-day IL.
Tampa Bay 41 25 .621 — TAMPA BAY RAYS — Optioned C Michael Pe-
at Minnesota (1 p.m.), MLB Boston 34 34 .500 8 Friday, June 21 Boston 9 932 103.6 At Reims, France rez to Durham (IL).
Toronto 23 43 .348 18 Game 11 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 9 win- Milwaukee 15 1560 104.0 United States 13, Thailand 0 National League
7 p.m. — Detroit at Kansas City, ESPN Baltimore 21 45 .318 20 ner, 2 p.m. San Antonio 7 736 105.1 Sunday, June 16 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Signed OF
Central Division Game 12 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 10 win- Houston 11 1159 105.4 At Nice, France Tristen Carranza, 3B Carson Maxwell, LHP
10 p.m. — Chicago Cubs at LA Dodgers W L Pct GB ner, 7 p.m. Philadelphia 12 1268 105.7 Sweden vs. Thailand, 1300 GMT Denson Hull and RHPs Chris Williams, Pat-
Saturday, June 22 Orlando 5 532 106.4 At Paris rick McGuff, Tyler Poulin, Josh McMinn, Nick
(joined in progress), MLB Minnesota
Cleveland
44 21 .677 —
34 32 .515 10½ x-Game 13 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 9 win- Utah 5 535 107.0 United States vs. Chile, 1600 GMT Marchese and Dustin Lacaze to minor league
Denver 14 1502 107.3 Thursday, June 20
NBA BASKETBALL Chicago 32 34 .485 12½ ner, 2 p.m.
x-Game 14 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 10 Golden State 21 2323 110.6 At Le Havre, France
contracts.
CHICAGO CUBS — Signed RHP Ryan Jensen
Detroit 24 39 .381 19
8 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Toronto at Golden Kansas City 21 45 .318 23½ winner, 7 p.m.
Championship Series
Oklahoma City 5 555 111.0
Portland 16 1777 111.1
Sweden vs. United States, 1900 GMT
At Rennes, France
to a minor league contract.
West Division CINCINNATI REDS — Sent RHP Robert
State, NBA Finals, Game 6 (if necessary), W L Pct GB (Best-of-3) Detroit 4 487 121.8 Thailand vs. Chile, 1900 GMT Stephenson to Louisville (IL) for a rehab as-
Houston 46 22 .676 — Monday, June 24: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m. Brooklyn 5 612 122.4 ROUND OF 16 signment. Signed 3B Yassel Pino; LHP Evan
ABC Texas 36 30 .545 9 Tuesday, June 25: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m. L.A. Clippers 6 747 124.5 Saturday, June 22 Kravetz; 2B Ivan Johnson; OFs Quin Cotton,
x-Wednesday, June 26: Pairings TBD, 7 p.m. At Grenoble, France
SOCCER (WOMEN’S) Oakland 34 34 .500 12
WNBA Glance Group B winner vs. Group A, C or D third place,
Ashton Creal and AJ Bumpass; and RHPs
Jake Stevenson, Jason Parker, Tanner Cooper,
11 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Australia vs.
Los Angeles
Seattle
33 35 .485 13
28 42 .400 19 Angels 5, Dodgers 3 All Times EDT 1300 GMT Graham Ashcroft and JC Keys to minor league
Los Angeles (N) Los Angeles (A) EASTERN CONFERENCE At Nice, France contracts.
Monday’s Games W L Pct GB
ab r h bi ab r h bi Group A second place vs. Group C second
Brazil, Group C, France, FOX N.Y. Mets at N.Y. Yankees, ppd.
Pderson lf 4 0 0 0 L Stlla 3b 3 0 0 0 Connecticut 6 1 .857 — place, 1900 GMT
LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Recalled LHP
Caleb Ferguson from Oklahoma City (PCL).
Tampa Bay 6, Oakland 2 Washington 4 2 .667 1½
Muncy 3b 4 2 2 2 Fltcher 3b 0 0 0 0
2 p.m. — FIFA World Cup: South Africa vs. Texas 4, Boston 3, 11 innings
J.Trner dh 4 0 1 0 Trout cf 4 0 0 0 Chicago 3 2 .600 2
Sunday, June 23
At Valenciennes, France
Placed LHP Scott Alexander on the 10-day IL,
Washington 12, Chicago White Sox 1 retroactive June 8.
China, Group B, France, FOX L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 Bllnger rf 4 0 1 0 Ohtani dh 4 1 2 1
C.Sager ss 4 0 3 0 K.Clhun rf 1 1 0 0
Indiana
Atlanta
3 3 .500 2½
1 4 .200 4
Group D winner vs. Group B, E or F third place,
1530 GMT
MIAMI MARLINS — Optioned RHP Tyler Kinley
Tuesday’s Games to New Orleans (PCL). Recalled RHP Elieser
SWIMMING N.Y. Yankees 12, N.Y. Mets 5, 1st game Garlick pr 0 0 0 0 Lucroy c 3 1 1 0 New York 1 4
WESTERN CONFERENCE
.200 4 At Le Havre, France Hernandez from New Orleans. Sent RHP Riley
Baltimore 4, Toronto 2 Verdugo cf 4 0 3 0 Goodwin lf 4 1 1 1 Group A winner vs. Group C, D or E third place, Ferrell to Jupiter (FSL) for a rehab assignment.
7 p.m. — TYP Pro Swim Series: Day 1 races, N.Y. Mets 10, N.Y. Yankees 4, 2nd game C.Tylor 2b 5 0 0 0 Bour 1b 4 1 1 3 W L Pct GB 1900 GMT NEW YORK METS — Sent 2B Robinson Cano,
K.Hrnan 1b 5 0 1 0 Tovar ss 4 0 1 0 Minnesota 4 2 .667 — Monday, June 24 OF Brandon Nimmo and LHP Justin Wilson to
Fresno, Calif., NBCSN Cleveland 2, Cincinnati 1, 10 innings
Oakland 4, Tampa Bay 3 A.Brnes c 3 0 0 0 Rengifo 2b 3 0 0 0 Los Angeles 3 2 .600 ½ At Reims, France Syracuse (IL) for rehab assignments.
Freese ph 1 1 1 1 Seattle 4 3 .571 ½ Group B second place vs. Group F winner,
TRACK AND FIELD Texas 9, Boston 5
Chicago White Sox 7, Washington 5 Ru.Mrtn c 1 0 0 0 Las Vegas 2 3 .400 1½ 1600 GMT
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Sent RHP Edu-
bray Ramos and OF Roman Quinn to Clearwa-
Totals 39 3 12 3 Totals 30 5 6 5 Phoenix 2 3 .400 1½ At Paris
1 p.m. — IAAF Diamond League: The Houston 10, Milwaukee 8
Los Angeles (N) 001 010 010—3 Dallas 0 4 .000 3 Group F second place vs. Group E second
ter (FSL) for rehab assignments.
Minnesota 6, Seattle 5 Monday’s Games PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Signed RHP Quinn
Diamond League Bislett Games, Norway, Kansas City 3, Detroit 2 Los Angeles (A) 500 000 0 0x—5
LOB_Los Angeles (N) 15, Los Angeles (A) 6. No games scheduled
place, 1900 GMT
Tuesday, June 25
Priester to a minor league contract. Recalled
L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 RHP Dovydas Neverauskas from Indianapolis
NBCSN Wednesday’s Games HR_Muncy 2 (15), Freese (7), Ohtani (7), Bour Tuesday’s Games
Seattle 84, Indiana 82
At Montpellier, France (IL). Optioned RHP Alex McRae to Indianap-
Oakland (Anderson 6-4) at Tampa Bay (Chiri- (5). SB_Ohtani (1). Group C winner vs. Group A, B or F third place, olis.
WNBA BASKETBALL nos 7-2), 12:10 p.m. IP H R ER BB SO Connecticut 83, Washington 75 1600 GMT ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Optioned C Andrew
Los Angeles (N) Chicago 82, Phoenix 75 At Rennes, France
7 p.m. — Indiana at Dallas, CBSSN Cincinnati (DeSclafani 2-3) at Cleveland (Ple-
sac 1-1), 1:10 p.m. Maeda L,7-3 4 1-3 3 5 5 3 4 Wednesday’s Games Group E winner vs. Group D second place,
Knizner to Memphis (PCL). Reinstated C Yad-
ier Molina from the 10-day IL. Assigned RHP
Friday Ferguson 1 2-3 2 0 0 0 3 Minnesota at New York, 7 p.m. 1900 GMT
Texas (Lynn 7-4) at Boston (Porcello 4-6), 4:05 Thursday’s Games Merandy Gonzalez outright to Springfield (TL).
p.m. Baez 1 1 0 0 1 0 QUARTERFINAL Signed LHP Zack Thompson to a minor league
Stripling 1 0 0 0 0 2 Indiana at Dallas, 8 p.m.< Thursday, June 27
AUTO RACING Toronto (Jackson 0-4) at Baltimore (Hess 1-8),
Los Angeles (A) At Le Havre, France
contract.

6:30 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing: Friday Nitro


7:05 p.m.
Milwaukee (Woodruff 8-1) at Houston (Verland-
er 9-2), 8:10 p.m.
Bedrosian
Pena W,4-1
1 1 0 0 0
3 2-3 6 2 2
1
1 4 Soccer Nice winner vs. Valenciennes winner, 1900
GMT
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Selected the
contract of C Brett Austin from High Point
(Atlantic).
Bristol, Bristol, Tenn., FS1 Seattle (Milone 1-1) at Minnesota (Berrios 8-2), Anderson
Buttrey H,13
1
1
1-3 0 0 0
1-3 3 1 1
2
2
0
2
2019 Women’s World Cup Friday, June 28
At Paris American Association
8:10 p.m. At A Glance CLEBURNE RAILROADERS — Released LHP
CFL FOOTBALL Detroit (Norris 2-5) at Kansas City (Duffy 3-3), Robles S,9-11 1 2-3 2 0 0
HBP_by Maeda (Calhoun), by Pena (Turner).
0 3 GROUP STAGE Le Havre winner vs. Reims winner, 1900 GMT
Saturday, June 29 Alex Burgos and RHPs Bubby Rossman and
8:15 p.m. GROUP A Cody White.
8 p.m. — Montreal at Edmonton, ESPN2 Thursday’s Games WP_Pena 2, Robles.
Umpires_Home, Nic Lentz; First, Adam
W L D GF GA Pts At Valenciennes, France
Montpellier winner vs. Rennes winner, 1300 GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS — Released
Seattle (Gonzales 6-6) at Minnesota (Pineda France 1 0 0 4 0 3 INF Rolando Gomez.
GOLF 4-3), 1:10 p.m. Hamari; Second, Todd Tichenor; Third, Phil Norway 1 0 0 3 0 3 GMT
KANSAS CITY T-BONES — Signed LHP Henry
Cuzzi. Nigeria 0 1 0 0 3 0 At Rennes, France
11:30 a.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, Toronto (Stroman 3-8) at Baltimore (Ynoa 0-2),
7:05 p.m. T_3:51. A_45,404 (45,050). South Korea 0 1 0 0 4 0 Grenoble winner vs. Paris winner, 1630 GMT Owens.
MILWAUKEE MILKMEN — Signed C Glen
SEMIFINAL
second round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FS1 L.A. Angels (Skaggs 4-6) at Tampa Bay (Yar-
brough 5-2), 7:10 p.m.
Giants 6, Padres 5 Friday, June 7
At Paris Tuesday, July 2 McClain.
Atlantic League
San Diego San Francisco At Lyon, France
11:30 a.m. — LPGA Tour Golf: Meijer LPGA Texas (Sampson 5-3) at Boston (Price 4-2), ab r h bi ab r h bi France 4, South Korea 0
Le Havre winner vs. Paris winner, 1900 GMT HIGH POINT ROCKERS — Released OF An-
7:10 p.m. Tts Jr. ss 5 2 2 2 Panik 2b 4 1 2 0 Saturday, June 8 thony Coromato.
Wednesday, July 3
Classic, second round, Grand Rapids, Mich., Detroit (Boyd 5-4) vs. Kansas City (Bailey 4-6) Naylor lf 4 0 1 0 Ystrzms rf-lf 3 0 0 0 At Reims, France
At Lyon, France SUGAR LAND SKEETERS — Signed RHPs
at Omaha, Neb., 8:05 p.m. Wngnter p 0 0 0 0 Lngoria 3b 4 1 2 2 Norway 3, Nigeria 0 Carlos Pimentel and Christian Bergman.
GOLF N.Y. Yankees (Happ 6-3) at Chicago White Sox G.Reyes p 0 0 0 0 Sndoval 1b 2 1 1 1 Wednesday, June 12 Valenciennes winner vs. Rennes winner, 1900
GMT YORK REVOLUTION — Released RHP Mat-
(Nova 3-5), 8:10 p.m. At Grenoble, France thew Grimes. Signed SS Alvaro Rondon and
6:30 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, sec- Machado 3b 3 0 0 0 Watson p 0 0 0 0
Nigeria vs. South Korea, 1300 GMT THIRD PLACE
RHP Philip Walby.
ond round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX National League Hosmer 1b 4 0 2 2 Will.Sm p 0 0 0 0
Renfroe rf 4 0 0 0 Vogt c 3 0 1 0 At Nice, France Saturday, July 6
At Nice, France Frontier League
At A Glance France vs. Norway, 1900 GMT EVANSVILLE OTTERS — Signed RHP Bran-
All Times EDT Kinsler 2b 4 1 1 1 B.Crwfr ss 4 0 1 0 Semifinal losers, 1500 GMT
MLB BASEBALL East Division Myers cf-lf 2 1 0 0 Austin lf 3 1 1 1 Monday, June 17
At Reims, France CHAMPIONSHIP don Wilkes.
Hedges c 4 0 0 0 Pillar rf 1 0 0 0 Sunday, July 7 FLORENCE FREEDOM — Signed OF Tyler
6 p.m. — St. Louis at NY Mets OR Arizona at
Atlanta
W L Pct GB
38 29 .567 —
Paddack p 2 1 1 0 Duggar cf 4 1 1 2 South Korea vs. Norway, 1900 GMT
At Rennes, France At Lyon, France Reichenborn and RHP Zak Spivey.
G.Grcia ph 1 0 0 0 Beede p 1 0 0 0 Semifinal winners, 1500 GMT JOLIET SLAMMERS — Signed 3B Harrison
Washington, MLB Philadelphia 38 29 .567 — Erlin p 0 0 0 0 Gott p 0 0 0 0 Nigeria vs. France, 1900 GMT Bragg.
SOCCER (MEN’S)
New York 33 34 .493 5
Washington 31 36 .463 7
Wisler p 0 0 0 0 Mlancon p 0 0 0 0

GROUP B
W L D GF GA Pts
Major League Soccer LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS — Released C/1B
Margot cf 1 0 0 0 Belt ph-1b 1 1 0 0 At A Glance Gavin Stupienski.
Miami 23 42 .354 14 Spain 1 0 0 3 1 3 SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS — Signed RHP
1:20 p.m. — FIFA U-20 World Cup: Teams Central Division
Totals 34 5 7 5 Totals 30 6 9 6
San Diego 100 030 0 10—5 Germany 1 0 0 1 0 3
All Times EDT
EASTERN CONFERENCE Matt Miller. Released RHP Jack Finnegan.
W L Pct GB China 0 1 0 0 1 0
TBD, third place match, Poland, FS1 Milwaukee 38 29 .567 —
San Francisco 000 300 30x—6
South Africa 0 1 0 1 3 0

Philadelphia
W L T Pts GF GA
9 4 4 31 31 20
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MINERS — Signed INF
Jarrod Watkins.
E_Tatis Jr. (4). DP_San Diego 1. LOB_San Di-
Chicago 37 29 .561 ½ Saturday, June 8
SOCCER (WOMEN’S) St. Louis 33 32 .508 4
ego 5, San Francisco 6. 2B_Longoria (12). HR_
At Rennes, France
Montreal 8 7 3 27 21 28 BASKETBALL
Tatis Jr. (8), Kinsler (8), Duggar (4). SB_Myers D.C. United 7 4 6 27 23 18 National Basketball Association
8 a.m. — FIA World Cup: Japan vs. Scotland, Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
30 36 .455 7½
29 36 .446 8
(9). SF_Sandoval (2). S_Beede (2). Germany 1, China 0
At Le Havre, France
Atlanta 8 5 2 26 19 11 MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES — Named Taylor Jen-
IP H R ER BB SO New York 7 6 3 24 27 19 kins assistant coach.
Group D, France, FS1 West Division San Diego Spain 3, South Africa 1 New York City FC 5 1 8 23 23 17 FOOTBALL
W L Pct GB Paddack 5 6 3 3 1 6 Wednesday, June 12 Toronto FC 5 6 4 19 26 25 National Football League
11 a.m. — FIFA World Cup: Jamaica vs. Italy, Los Angeles 45 23 .662 — Erlin H,5 1-3 1 0 0 1 0 At Valenciennes, France Orlando City 5 7 3 18 22 21 CAROLINA PANTHERS — Waived DT T.J.
Colorado 35 31 .530 9 Germany vs. Spain, 1600 GMT Chicago 4 6 6 18 24 23 Barnes. Signed LB Sione Teuhema.
Group C, France, FOX Arizona 35 33 .515 10
Wisler H,3 2-3 0 0 0 0
Wingenter L,0-1 BS,2 1 2 3 3 2 0
2
Thursday, June 13 Columbus 5 9 2 17 16 24 GREEN BAY PACKERS — Promoted Rich-
San Diego 33 34 .493 11½ At Paris
2 p.m. — FIFA World Cup: England vs. Argen- San Francisco 27 38 .415 16½
Reyes 1 0 0 0 0 2 South Africa vs. China, 1900 GMT
New England
Cincinnati
4 8 4 16 17 33
3 11 2 11 14 33
mond Williams to director of pro personnel
and Brett Thiesen to college scout. Claimed
San Francisco Monday, June 17
Monday’s Games
tina, Group D, France, FOX N.Y. Mets at N.Y. Yankees, ppd.
Beede 4 2-3 5 4 4 2 7 At Le Havre, France
WESTERN CONFERENCE TE Pharoah McKever off waivers from Jack-
Gott 1 1-3 1 0 0 1 1 W L T Pts GF GA sonville.
SWIMMING Arizona 13, Philadelphia 8
St. Louis 4, Miami 1
Melancon W,3-1 1 0 0 0 0 2
China vs. Spain, 1600 GMT
At Montpellier, France
Los Angeles FC 11 1 4 37 39 13 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed LS Luke
Watson H,12 1 1 1 1 0 0 LA Galaxy 9 6 1 28 22 19 Rhodes to a contract extension.
7 p.m. — TYP Pro Swim Series: Day 2 races, Atlanta 13, Pittsburgh 7 Smith S,15-15 1 0 0 0 0 2
South Africa vs. Germany, 1600 GMT
GROUP C
Seattle 7 4 5 26 26 21 MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Agreed to terms with
Washington 12, Chicago White Sox 1 Umpires_Home, Gabe Morales; First, Marty Houston 7 3 3 24 21 14 TE Kyle Rudolph on a contract extension.
Fresno, Calif., NBCSN Colorado 6, Chicago Cubs 5 Foster; Second, Jerry Meals; Third, Ron Kulpa.
W L D GF GA Pts FC Dallas 6 6 4 22 22 22 NEW YORK JETS — Released TE Neal Ster-
L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 Brazil 1 0 0 3 0 3 Minnesota United 6 7 3 21 23 25 ling.
WNBA BASKETBALL Tuesday’s Games
T_3:01. A_28,535 (41,915). Italy 1 0 0 2 1 3 Real Salt Lake 6 8 1 19 21 27 OAKLAND RAIDERS — Waived DB Makinton
6 p.m. — Seattle at Washington, CBSSN N.Y. Yankees 12, N.Y. Mets 5, 1st game
N.Y. Mets 10, N.Y. Yankees 4, 2nd game
Braves 7, Pirates 5, Australia
Jamaica
0 1 0 1 2
0 1 0 0 3
0
0
San Jose 5 6 4 19 23 27 Dorleant and S Montrel Meander. Signed WR
Vancouver 4 6 6 18 17 20 Montay Crockett and CB Isaiah Langley.
9 p.m. — Los Angeles at Phoenix, CBSSN Philadelphia 7, Arizona 4 8 innings, Sunday, June 9
At Valenciennes, France
Sporting Kansas City 3 5 7 16 26 27 WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Waived LB De-
Cleveland 2, Cincinnati 1, 10 innings Pittsburgh Atlanta Colorado 4 9 3 15 25 34 Marquis Gates. Signed DB Ashton Lampkin.
Saturday, June 15 St. Louis 7, Miami 1
Atlanta 7, Pittsburgh 5, 8 innings
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Newman ss 4 2 3 0 Acn Jr. cf 4 0 2 0
Italy 2, Australia 1
At Grenoble, France
Brazil 3, Jamaica 0
Portland 4 7 2 14 19 26
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
Chicago White Sox 7, Washington 5
AUTO RACING Houston 10, Milwaukee 8
C.Dckrs lf 4 0 1 0 D.Swnsn ss 4 0 2 0
S.Marte cf 3 1 0 1 F.Frman 1b 4 0 0 0 Thursday, June 13
Wednesday, June 5
Montreal 2, Seattle 1
EDMONTON OILERS — Signed RW Patrick
At Montpellier, France Russell to a one-year contract.
1 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: practice, Colorado 10, Chicago Cubs 3
San Francisco 6, San Diego 5
Bell 1b 3 1 1 2 Dnldson 3b 4 1 1 1
Moran 3b 3 0 1 1 Mrkakis rf 2 2 1 1 Australia vs. Brazil, 1600 GMT
Thursday, June 6 SOCCER
New York City FC 5, Cincinnati 2 Major League Soccer
Newton, Iowa, FS1 L.A. Angels 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 Kang ph-3b 1 0 1 0 Riley lf 4 1 1 0 Friday, June 14
At Reims, France
Friday, June 7 MLS — Fined Sporting Kansas City M Gerso
Wednesday’s Games G.Plnco rf 3 0 0 0 B.McCnn c 4 2 2 4 Sporting Kansas City 2, Toronto FC 2, tie Fernandes an undisclosed amount for his ac-
1 p.m. — Lucas Oil Motocross: High Point Cincinnati (DeSclafani 2-3) at Cleveland (Ple- Me.Cbrr ph-rf 1 1 0 0 Albies 2b 3 1 1 1 Jamaica vs. Italy, 1600 GMT Saturday, June 8 tions in a June 7 match against Toronto FC.
sac 1-1), 1:10 p.m. A.Frzer 2b 4 0 1 0 Fltynwc p 2 0 0 0 Tuesday, June 18 FC Dallas 2, San Jose 2, tie
National, NBC At Valenciennes, France DALLAS — Acquired F Ricardo Pepi on short-
Chicago Cubs (Hamels 5-2) at Colorado (Sen- Stllngs c 2 0 0 0 Tssaint p 1 0 0 0 Philadelphia 3, New York 2 term loan from North Texas (USL League One).
zatela 5-4), 3:10 p.m. B.Rynld ph 1 0 1 1 Minter p 0 0 0 0 Italy vs. Brazil, 1900 GMT Colorado 1, Minnesota United 0
3 p.m. — Lucas Oil Motocross: High Point Arizona (Kelly 6-6) at Philadelphia (Eflin 6-5), Crick p 0 0 0 0 Swarzak p 0 0 0 0 At Grenoble, France Saturday, June 22
NEW YORK RED BULLS — Added D Rece
Buckmaster on short-term loan from Red
7:05 p.m. Archer p 2 0 0 0 Joyce ph 1 0 0 0 Jamaica vs. Australia, 1900 GMT
National, NBCSN St. Louis (Mikolas 4-6) at Miami (Yamamoto Nvrskas p 0 0 0 0 GROUP D
LA Galaxy at Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. Bulls II.
PHILADELPHIA UNION — Signed D Ben
4:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoors
Truck Series, qualifying, Newton, Iowa, FS2
0-0), 7:10 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Keller 0-1) at Atlanta (Soroka 7-1),
7:20 p.m.
El.Diaz ph-c 1 0 0 0
Totals 32 5 9 5 Totals
Pittsburgh 200 110 010—5
33 7 10 7

England
Argentina
W L D GF GA Pts
1 0 0 2 1
0 0 1 0 0
3
1
Transactions Ofeimu, Ms Issa Rayyan and Zach Zandi and
F Shanyder Borgelin to short-term agreements.
Milwaukee (Woodruff 8-1) at Houston (Verland- Atlanta 040 003 00x—7 Japan 0 0 1 0 0 1 Tuesday’s Moves SPORTING KANSAS CITY — Signed M Felipe
Hernandez and D Camden Riley to short-term
6 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: final prac- er 9-2), 8:10 p.m. E_Stallings (1). DP_Atlanta 1. LOB_Pittsburgh Scotland 0 1 0 1 2
Sunday, June 9
0 BASEBALL
Major League Baseball agreements.
San Diego (Lucchesi 5-3) at San Francisco 7, Atlanta 5. 2B_Moran (9), Acuna Jr. (8). 3B_B.
tice, Newton, Iowa, FS1 (Anderson 1-1), 9:45 p.m. Reynolds (2). HR_Donaldson (9), Markakis (6), At Nice, France ATLANTA BRAVES — Suspended Atlanta National Women’s Soccer League
SKY BLUE — Traded F McKenzie Meehan to
Thursday’s Games B.McCann 2 (5), Albies (10). SB_Newman (2), England 2, Scotland 1 3B Josh Donaldson one game for his actions
7:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoors Pittsburgh (Musgrove 4-6) at Atlanta (Teheran Acuna Jr. (9). CS_D.Swanson (3). Monday, June 10 during the bottom of the first inning of a June 10 North Carolina for M Elizabeth Eddy.
4-4), 12:10 p.m. At Paris game against Pittsburgh. COLLEGE
IP H R ER BB SO
Truck Series: The M&M’s 200, Newton Iowa, Arizona (Greinke 7-2) at Washington (Fedde Pittsburgh Japan 0, Argentina 0, tie American League CLEMSON — Named Anthony Goins assistant
Friday, June 14 BOSTON RED SOX — Placed RHP Ryan Bra- men’s basketball coach. Announced senior
FS1 1-0), 7:05 p.m.
St. Louis (Flaherty 4-3) at N.Y. Mets (deGrom
Archer L,3-6
Neverauskas
6 8 7 7 2
1 2 0 0 0
8
1 At Rennes, France sier on the bereavement/family medical emer- men’s basketball G/F Tevin Mack is transferring
Japan vs. Scotland, 1300 GMT gency list. Recalled LHP Darwinzon Hernandez from Alabama.
BOXING 3-6), 7:10 p.m.
San Diego (Quantrill 1-2) at Colorado (Gray
Crick 1 0 0 0 1 2
At Le Havre, France from Portland (EL). CUMBERLAND (TENN.) — Named Grant
Atlanta Theall offensive line coach.
6 p.m. — Top Rank Boxing: Undercards, Las 5-5), 8:40 p.m. Foltynewicz 5 5 4 4 4 5 England vs. Argentina, 1900 GMT
Wednesday, June 19
LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Assigned C Dustin
Garneau outright to Salt Lake (PCL). Optioned EAST CAROLINA — Named Kristina Fisher
Chicago Cubs (Lester 5-4) at L.A. Dodgers Toussaint W,4-0 1 2-3 2 0 0 0 2
Vegas, Nev., ESPN2 (Kershaw 5-1), 10:10 p.m. Minter H,2 1 1 1 1 0 1 At Paris RHP Jake Jewell to Salt Lake. Recalled 1B Jus- director of sports nutrition.
FLORIDA GULF COAST — Promoted assistant
Swarzak S,4-7 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Scotland vs. Argentina, 1900 GMT tin Bour from Salt Lake.
CFL FOOTBALL NCAA College World WP_Foltynewicz. At Nice, France MINNESOTA TWINS — Traded LHP Tyler Jay women’s basketball coach Chelsea Lyles to as-
sociate head coach.
Japan vs. England, 1900 GMT to Cincinnati for cash. Sent LHP Adalberto Me-
6 p.m. — Ottawa at Calgary, ESPNEWS Series Glance Umpires_Home, Mark Carlson; First, Jansen
Visconti; Second, Tripp Gibson; Third, Brian GROUP E jia to Fort Myers (FSL) for a rehab assignment. RUTGERS — Named Robert Farrell director
At TD Ameritrade Park Omaha W L D GF GA Pts Signed INF Keoni Cavaco to a minor league of track and field and cross country. Reas-
9 p.m. — Winnipeg at British Columbia, Omaha, Neb.
Gorman.
T_3:15. A_31,305 (41,149). Canada 1 0 0 1 0 3 contract and assigned him to the GCL Twins. signed Mike Mulqueen to men’s and women’s
All Times EDT Netherlands 1 0 0 1 0 3 NEW YORK YANKEES — Sent OF Giancarlo cross country coach. Announced the contract
ESPN2
COLLEGE BASEBALL
(Double Elimination; x-if necessary)
Saturday, June 15
Game 1 — Michigan (45-20) vs. Texas Tech
Basketball Cameroon
New Zealand
0 1 0 0 1
0 1 0 0 1
Monday, June 10
0
0
Stanton to Tampa (FSL) for a rehab assign-
ment. Appointed RHP Chance Adams as the
26th Man. Signed OF Jacob Sanford; 2B Oliver
of women’s cross country and track and field
coach James Robinson will not be renewed.
SAINT ROSE — Announced the retirement of
1 p.m. — College World Series: Game 1, (44-18), 2 p.m. NBA Team Statistics At Montpellier, France Dunn; INF Kevin Milam; 3B Javier Reynoso; C director of athletics and recreation Cathy Cum-
Game 2 — Florida State (41-21) vs. Arkansas PLAYOFFS / Includes games of Tuesday Canada 1, Cameroon 0 Chase Illig; 1B Spencer Henson, Chad Bell, mings Haker.
Omaha, Neb., ESPN (46-18), 7 p.m. Team Offense Tuesday, June 11 Kyle McDonald and Jake Farrell; LHPs TJ Sik- TENNESSEE — Announced junior men’s bas-
Sunday, June 16 G Pts Avg At Le Havre, France kema, Ken Waldichuk, Ryan Anderson, Edgar ketball G Victor Bailey Jr. has transferred from
6 p.m. — College World Series: Game 2, Game 3 — Louisville (49-16) vs. Vanderbilt L.A. Clippers 6 688 114.7 Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0 Barclay, Gerrit van Zijll and Michael Giacone; Oregon.
(54-11), 2 p.m. Golden State 21 2401 114.3 Saturday, June 15 and RHPs Hayden Wesneski, Nick Paciorek, TENNESSEE-MARTIN — Named Brian Dunn
Omaha, Neb., ESPN Game 4 — Mississippi State (51-13) vs. Auburn Milwaukee 15 1692 112.8 At Valenciennes, France Zach Greene, Mitch Spence, Nelson Alvarez softball coach.
(38-26), 7:30 p.m. Brooklyn 5 557 111.4 Netherlands vs. Cameroon, 1300 GMT and Shaine McNeely to minor league contracts. WAGNER — Named Bobby Jordan assistant
GOLF Monday, June 17 Portland 16 1755 109.7 At Grenoble, France OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Signed 1B Patrick men’s basketball coach.
Game 5 — Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 2 Denver 14 1528 109.1 Canada vs. New Zealand, 1900 GMT WILMINGTON (DEL.) — Promoted interim
11 a.m. — PGA Tour Golf: U.S. Open, third p.m. Philadelphia 12 1304 108.7 Thursday, June 20
McColl; Cs Kyle McCann and Jared McDonald;
SSs Jalen Greer, Sahid Valenzuela and Elvis women’s basketball coach Jamie Hensley to
round, Pebble Beach, Calif., FOX Game 6 — Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner,
7 p.m.
Houston
Toronto
11 1194 108.5
23 2444 106.3
At Reims, France
Netherlands vs. Canada, 1600 GMT
Peralta; 3B Dustin Harris and Gavin Jones; 2B
Michael Woodworth and Marty Bechina; LHPs
permanent head coach.
YALE — Named Chris Drake men’s tennis
Tuesday, June 18 Oklahoma City 5 526 105.2 At Montpellier, France Kumar Nambiar and David Leal; OFs Matthew coach.
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HOCKEY
Picture perfect: Bruins bond in China, race to Cup Final
The Associated Press key players only fortified the “You saw us go on little and goaltender Tuukka Rask ing elimination. Bergeron told
Bruins’ resolve in the postsea- streaks of success, and that’s (who backed up Tim Thomas in teammates this was about all
BOSTON — If the Boston son. when we knew that we could be 2011 playoffs) and 2015 Black- their childhood dreams and to
Bruins seemed like something Being essentially locked a contender in this league,” de- hawks Cup champion Joakim savor the moment and not let it
of an afterthought at times this into the second seed in the di- fenseman Brandon Carlo said. Nordstrom have won a title be- end — and Boston won 5-1 to
season, maybe it was under- vision and a first-round match- Contender status was ce- fore. For Boston players who force Game 7.
standable. up against rival Toronto before mented long before the Cup haven’t, the video provided in- “It was exactly what we
They played in the Atlantic March and playing more than a final began. Before Game 3 in stant visual motivation. needed,” McAvoy said.
Division shadow of the Tam- month of playoff tuneups didn’t St. Louis, the visitors’ locker “They keep our heads on a The journey that began for
pa Bay Lightning, who raced stunt the Bruins’ momentum. room featured prominent video swivel,” forward David Pastr- some of the team with training
to the President’s Trophy and They came back from a 3-2 defi- screens of the most recent ti- nak said. “It’s definitely some-
camp in China, which Carlo
were the No. 1 overall seed in cit to knock out the Maple Leafs tle-winning Bruins group from thing you want to be part of. It’s
the playoffs. Still, Boston kept said felt like it was three years
and started an eight-game win- 2011. Five players remain from what you work for your whole
winning — only three teams ning streak against Columbus that team that beat Vancouver life. A picture like this is what ago. Boston has felt the benefits
won more games this season — that included a sweep of Caroli- eight years ago. you remember the most.” of that trip in the nine months
and the Bruins were among the na and a victory over the Blues “Every day it’s a remind- And the moments along the since: Marchand took on a big-
top Stanley Cup championship to start the final. er of what we’re playing for,” way: Krug crushing Blues for- ger leadership role and led the
contenders despite lengthy It was a mirror image of the Bergeron said. “It’s to just re- ward Robert Thomas with a Bruins in playoff scoring, McA-
injuries to the likes of Zdeno best of the Bruins from the reg- member every day what we’re helmetless hit, Chara taking voy, Jake DeBrusk and others
Chara, Patrice Bergeron, Torey ular season, when they strung playing for and how much it the ice in a full face shield 48 felt more empowered to speak
Krug, Charlie McAvoy and oth- together at least four consec- means to make it happen.” hours after taking a puck to the up and the mix of young and
ers. utive victories five separate Bergeron, Chara, Brad face and Bergeron’s pre-Game older guys laid the foundation
Winning without so many times. Marchand, center David Krejci 6 speech with the Bruins fac- for this run.

Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: esting to know I suggested she divorce him
My wife, how Libby feels two years ago. She said she
“Libby’s,” when men show wanted to, but didn’t.
dearest friend an interest in her I’m so mad at him I want
of 20 years, friend and she is to shame him publicly on
“Melanie,” has sitting there like Facebook because FB is the
changed her a third wheel. ONLY thing he cares about
lifestyle. Melanie Of course, besides spending money. He
and her husband the bottom portrays himself on FB as a
have become line is how this caring, compassionate guy
“swingers.” makes you feel, and a true friend. Maybe his
Now when Libby and do you trust “friends” should know the
ZITS meets her so- your wife. If this truth. What else would get
cially, all Melanie is a regular thing, through to him? He says he
can talk about is I can see how it can build debt because she’ll
her new lifestyle would make you always pay it off. — HAVE MY
— complete with uncomfortable. SISTER’S BACK
photos. Plus
Dear Abby Consider sug- DEAR HAVE: I’m sorry you
Melanie is very gesting to Libby didn’t mention why your sister
interested in meeting men that rather than go out for the has chosen to stay with some-
when they are out together. evening with Melanie, they one she doesn’t love or re-
I don’t like what she and meet for lunch instead. spect and who mistreats her.
her husband are doing, and DEAR ABBY: My sister Please suggest to her that for
I don’t like my wife being ex- recently confided that her her own protection she should
posed to swinging and meet- husband has about $100,000 make an appointment to talk
ing men. Libby says Melanie is in credit card debt. “Sis” with an accountant and an
an old friend, and she doesn’t bailed him out five years ago attorney to discuss what’s
GARFIELD want to end their relationship. to the tune of $400,000, just going on before her husband’s
She says I have nothing to ahead of bankruptcy. Why she irresponsibility causes her to
worry about because she isn’t didn’t divorce him then, I don’t become indigent.
interested in this lifestyle. The know. She says she doesn’t Beyond that, there is noth-
problem is, I still worry, and love or respect him, and he ing you can do besides give
I’m not comfortable with this. does nothing for their home her emotional support as you
Could you please advise me or for her. On top of that, he’s have been doing.
on what I should do? — FAITH- emotionally abusive. Dear Abby is written by
FUL IN DALLAS My sister has worked Abigail Van Buren, also known
DEAR FAITHFUL: It would hard and lived frugally so she as Jeanne Phillips, and was
be interesting to know why could retire. She paid off both founded by her mother,
Melanie brings Libby along mortgages on their house. In Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear
when she’s looking for men. our community property state, Abby at www.DearAbby.com or
(Is she using your wife as he would get half her large re- P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles,
“bait”?) It would also be inter- tirement and half the property. CA 90069.
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (June a connection. move through the fire and keep
12). This year shows you TAURUS (April 20-May going until you reach a different
learning yourself better than 20). Ben Franklin claimed perspective and reality.
ever, and that’s knowledge that that three people could keep LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You
will create both welcome ease a secret if two of them were know what you care about. Actu-
and thrilling challenge in a life dead. It’s something to keep in ally, a lot of people care about
that feels custom fit to you. You mind before you tell even one it. The way you’re different from
attract the people you need to trusted person your classified many is that you direct the care
serve and the people who will information. you feel in an abiding, steadfast
fortify you. The financial picture GEMINI (May 21-June 21). and loyal way. This is how you’ll
lines up in a new way for you in Where you set the bar will deter- make a difference.
October. Capricorn and Cancer mine your satisfaction with what VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
BABY BLUES adore you. Your lucky numbers happens today. Go low. Set your Now that it’s getting easier
are: 5, 40, 11, 20 and 13. expectation somewhere around for you to manage your own
ARIES (March 21-April 19). “tolerable” and let anything expectations (you’re practically
It would be a shame to let that above that come as a delightful a master), it’s time to apply
interesting person walk out of surprise. the skill where it will make an
your life without so much as a CANCER (June 22-July incredible difference —- manag-
hello. Don’t worry about what 22). It’s natural to burn out on ing the expectations of others.
you’ll say. You could spout ex- something you’ve been doing a LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
quisite nonsense and still forge long time. It’s just as natural to You’re the great harmonizer,
the peace ambassador, the
spreader of “chill.” Your ways of
diffusing the tensions around
you are subtle (it all starts
inside of you) but powerful.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). When you think in terms
of making memories, your
priorities will shift. If you could
accomplish one thing that would
make this day go down in the re-
cords, what would it be? That’s
the thing to do first.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Appearances can and will
be manipulated, perhaps not
on purpose, but people are so
conditioned toward presenting
a certain image that they will do
so unthinkingly and regardless
of the truth of the matter.
MALLARD FILLMORE CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Just because you lived
a scenario doesn’t mean you
understand it. Your own life and
your role in it can sometimes
mystify you as though it wasn’t
even you who was living it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Use your imagination to
look into the future. It’s about
the best tool there is for the
job. Furthermore, when it comes
to predicting the move that will
bring you the best outcome,
none are more prescient than
FAMILY CIRCUS you.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Humans are never satis-
fied, which is why they spend so
much time unhappy, and which
is also to credit for the survival
of the species. On a personal
level, today helps you appreci-
ate what spiritual hunger has
done for your life.

Festive season
SOLUTION:
Food LIFESTYLES EDITOR
Jan Swoope: 328-2471
THE DISPATCH n CDISPATCH.COM n WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2019

Tea time

Joe Keller/America’s Test Kitchen via AP


This grilled corn recipe is from “The New
Essentials Cookbook.”

Make this messy,


cheesy, utterly
Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff
delicious grilled corn
Barista Josiah Andrews holds a blend of loose tea leaves for an iced hibiscus berry tea Tuesday at Coffee House BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
on Fifth. The coffee house makes its own concentrates from tea leaves to make a variety of specialty teas.

I
n Mexico, vendors sell this messy, cheesy,
utterly delicious grilled corn from carts. To

June is National Iced Tea Month: bring this street food to the home kitchen, we
broiled the corn on the cob instead of heading out
to the grill, first brushing it with oil to keep it from

Explore the flavors drying out.


Mayonnaise makes a good substitute for Mex-
ican crema, especially when it’s dressed up with
cilantro, garlic, lime, and chili powder.
BY JAN SWOOPE Hard-to-find traditional Cotija cheese is great,
jswoope@cdispatch.com but salty, crumbly feta is just as good. To keep
it from crumbling right off the corn, we mixed

I
s there such a thing as a it in with the mayonnaise before slathering the
tea-aholic? If so, I am one. mixture all over the charred corn and broiling it
Honestly, I will choose a din- for another few minutes.
ing destination based on the tea
it serves. Perhaps I’m not alone:
According to a survey by the
MEXICAN STREET CORN
Servings: 6
Tea Council of the USA, Amer- Start to finish: 35 minutes
icans consumed more than 84
billion servings of tea in 2018. 6 ears corn, husks and silk removed, stalks left intact
Yes, barring a dip in the pool, 1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 cup mayonnaise
few things are more refreshing 1 ounce feta cheese, crumbled (1/4 cup)
than a cold glass of good iced 2 tablespoons minced fresh cilantro
tea on a hot summer’s day. So 1 tablespoon lime juice, plus lime wedges for serving
it’s appropriate that June, the 1 garlic clove, minced
1 teaspoon chili powder
beginning of summer, is Nation- Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff
Salt and pepper
al Iced Tea Month. Barista Josiah Andrews pours a cool, refreshing chai tea latte, left, and
This seems an iced hibiscus berry tea, right, at Coffee House on Fifth Tuesday in n Adjust oven rack 5 inches from broiler element and heat
a prime time to downtown Columbus. broiler. Line rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil. Brush
coconut oolong, chai tea latte corn all over with oil and transfer to prepared sheet. Broil
expand tea taste make all of our own concen- corn until well browned on 1 side, about 10 minutes. Flip
buds. Barista trates, steeping the leaves in a (plus a turmeric chai, popular corn and broil until well browned on opposite side, about 10
Josiah Andrews at small, hot concentrate that will with the health conscious), minutes longer.
Coffee House on extract the flavors,” Andrews peppermint tea, matcha tea, and n Meanwhile, whisk mayonnaise, feta, cilantro, lime juice,
Fifth in downtown explained. an African rooisbos tea, among garlic, chili powder, and 1/4 teaspoon salt together in bowl
until incorporated.
Columbus re- With summer settling in, others. n Remove corn from oven and brush evenly on all sides
searches teas with Andrews consumer thirst for cold, flavor- An herbal tea called Blue Ca- with mayonnaise mixture. (Reserve any extra mayonnaise
the same dedica- ful teas is ramping up. Andrews noe is helping kick off summer, mixture for serving.) Return corn to oven and broil, rotating
tion he applies to the study of and the rest of the staff enjoy too, with hints of currants, hibis- frequently, until coating is lightly browned, about 2 minutes.
Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve corn with lime
roasting coffee beans. the challenge, offering a variety cus, dried apples, rose hips and wedges and any extra reserved mayonnaise mixture.
“We do loose leaf teas. We that includes Earl Gray, iced See Tea, 6B Nutrition information per serving: 253 calories; 178 calories
from fat; 20 g fat (3 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 13 mg
cholesterol; 285 mg sodium; 19 g carbohydrate; 2 g fiber; 5
g sugar; 5 g protein.

Throw a pork tenderloin on the grill tonight and chill out


BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN — For a charcoal grill: Open bottom vent com-
pletely. Light large chimney starter filled with

T
o turn a midweek dinner into charcoal briquettes (6 quarts). When top coals
something special, try cooking are partially covered with ash, pour evenly over
half of grill. Set cooking grate in place, cover,
easy pork tenderloin on the grill.
and open lid vent completely. Heat grill until
To produce beautifully browned hot, about 5 minutes.
pork with a rich crust and tender, juicy — For a gas grill: Turn all burners to high, cov-
meat, we started with a simple dry er, and heat grill until hot, about 15 minutes.
spice rub to add flavor; sugar aided Leave primary burner on high and turn off other
browning while cumin and chipotle burner(s).
chile powder added savory smokiness. n Clean and oil cooking grate. Place tender-
loins on hotter side of grill. Cover and cook,
The rub had some time to work its
turning tenderloins every 2 minutes, until well
magic while we readied the grill. Sear- browned on all sides, about 8 minutes.
ing the meat first guaranteed the best n For the salsa: Brush pineapple and onion
crust and a rosy interior, and turning with 1 teaspoon oil. Move tenderloins to cooler
the tenderloins every 2 minutes deliv- side of grill (6 to 8 inches from heat source)
ered even color. Once the meat had a and place pineapple and onion on hotter side
good crust, we moved it to the cooler of grill. Cover and cook until pineapple and
onion are charred on both sides and softened,
side to finish roasting.
8 to 10 minutes, and until pork registers 140
To add bright flavor and enhance F, 12 to 17 minutes, turning tenderloins every
the smoky char of the pork, we grilled 5 minutes. As pineapple, onion, and tender-
wedges of pineapple and red onion loins reach desired level of doneness, transfer
to make a quick salsa while the meat pineapple and onion to plate and transfer
rested. To ensure that the tenderloins Carl Tremblay/America’s Test Kitchen via AP tenderloins to carving board and let rest for 10
don’t curl during cooking, remove the Try America’s Test Kitchen’s recipe and serve a grill roasted pork tenderloin with minutes.
silverskin from the meat. We strongly grilled pineapple red onion salsa for supper. n While tenderloins rest, coarsely chop
pineapple. Pulse pineapple, onion, cilantro,
prefer natural pork in this recipe. If the 4 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil serrano, lime juice, reserved spice mixture, and
pork is enhanced (injected with a salt Pork: 1/2 cup minced fresh cilantro
1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt remaining 1 tablespoon oil in food processor
solution), omit the salt in the first step. 1 serrano chile, stemmed, seeded, and minced
1 1/2 teaspoons sugar 2 tablespoons lime juice, plus extra for sea- until mixture is coarsely chopped, 4 to 6 puls-
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin soning es. Transfer to bowl and season with salt and
extra lime juice to taste. Slice tenderloins into
GRILL-ROASTED PORK TENDERLOIN 1/2 teaspoon chipotle chile powder
2 (12- to 16-ounce) pork tenderloins, trimmed
Salt
1/2-inch-thick slices. Serve with salsa.
WITH GRILLED PINEAPPLE-RED Salsa:
n For the pork: Combine salt, sugar, cumin
and chile powder in small bowl. Reserve 1/2
Nutrition information per serving: 381 calories;
92 calories from fat; 10 g fat (2 g saturated; 0
ONION SALSA 1/2 pineapple, peeled, cored, and cut length- teaspoon spice mixture. Rub remaining spice g trans fats); 164 mg cholesterol; 633 mg so-
Servings: 4 wise into 6 wedges mixture evenly over surface of both tenderloins. dium; 16 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 12 g sugar;
Start to finish: 50 minutes 1 red onion, cut into 8 wedges through root end Refrigerate while preparing grill. 54 g protein.
6B Wednesday, June 12, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Get out the skillet to pan-sear slabs of firm cheese


BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN quick sauce with thinly sliced n Variation: Pan-Fried Halloumi with Gar-
garlic, fresh parsley, and red pep- lic-Parsley Sauce — After frying halloumi,

N
discard oil left in skillet and wipe out skil-
amed for the small frying per flakes to drizzle over the top. let with paper towels. Add 2 tablespoons
pan traditionally used to The pan-fried halloumi also tastes extra-virgin olive oil to now-empty skillet
prepare this dish, Greek great with a drizzle of honey. and heat over
saganaki is an appetizer made by medium heat
until shim-
pan-searing slabs of firm cheese.
We chose to create a version using
PAN-FRIED HALLOUMI mering. Add
1 thinly sliced
Servings: 6-8
halloumi. Start to finish: 20 minutes garlic clove, 2
To achieve the classic crisp, tablespoons
2 tablespoons cornmeal chopped
browned exterior that would offer 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour fresh parsley,
a satisfying contrast to the chewy 1 (8 ounce) block halloumi cheese, sliced and 1/4
interior, we tried pan frying the into 1/2 inch-thick slabs teaspoon red
halloumi plain and dusted with 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil pepper flakes
Lemon wedges and cook
flour, bread crumbs and corn- until garlic is
meal. n Combine cornmeal and flour in shallow golden brown
A combination of stone-ground dish. Working with 1 piece of cheese at a and fragrant, Daniel J. van Ackere/
time, coat both wide sides with cornmeal about 1 min- America’s Test Kitchen via AP
cornmeal and a little all-purpose ute. Drizzle oil
mixture, pressing to help coating adhere;
flour provided just the right transfer to plate. mixture over pan-fried halloumi and serve
golden-brown, textured crust. n Heat oil in 12 inch nonstick skillet over with lemon wedges.
A squeeze of bright lemon juice medium heat until shimmering. Arrange Nutrition information per serving: 135
halloumi in single layer in skillet and cook calories; 100 calories from fat; 11 g fat (6
offered welcome tang. g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 21 mg choles-
until golden brown on both sides, 2 to 4
To make a slightly more minutes per side. Transfer to platter and terol; 301 mg sodium; 2 g carbohydrate; 0
dressed-up version, we made a serve with lemon wedges. g fiber; 0 g sugar; 6 g protein.

Tea
Continued from Page 5B
blueberries, among other from the 1904 St. Louis n In a medium saucepan, as directed, and stir in 1 cup
ingredients. Find many World’s Fair. There, Rich- bring water to a boil over high spiced dark rum. Makes 9
of the same teas at Beans ard Blechynden, director heat. Remove pan from heat cups.
and stir in the tea bags. Allow (Source: myrecipes.com)
& Cream, an affiliated of the East India pavilion, liquid to cool to room tempera-
coffee shop at the Shops became frustrated as he ture, about 1 hour. Remove
at Brickerton on Military offered samples of hot tea tea bags and discard. Add SUMMERTIME TEA
Road in Columbus. to fairgoers on a warm vanilla simple syrup (see step Total time: 15 minutes, plus
below) and stir. Pour mixture chilling
Missouri day, to lacklus- into a glass pitcher. Add apple Makes 18 servings
Hot to cold ter response.
“In an attempt to boost
and lemon slices and refrig-
erate 1 hour. Pour tea into
As an aside, I don’t 14 cups water, divided
consumption, he circu- ice-filled glasses and serve. 6 black tea bags
take iced tea for granted. n For the vanilla simple syrup:
I still clearly recall beg- lated and chilled the tea 1-1/2 cups sugar
In a small saucepan over 3/4 cup thawed orange juice
ging for ice for my glass through a series of lead medium heat, combine the
pipes immersed in ice,” concentrate
of tea in a village pub in sugar, water, vanilla bean, and
3/4 cup thawed lemonade
the English countryside Richardson wrote. “The vanilla bean seeds. Bring to a
concentrate
resulting cool, refreshing boil, reduce heat, and simmer
several years ago. The 5 minutes, stirring occasion- 1 cup tequila, optional
publican looked at me beverage was a hit with ally, until sugar has dissolved. Fresh mint leaves and lemon
(quite) askance, but I was fairgoers and the iced Remove pan from heat and or lime slices, optional
finally rewarded with drink became popular allow syrup to cool, about 20
throughout the United minutes. Strain before using. n In a large saucepan, bring 4
two small melting cubes. (Source: foodnetwork.com) cups water to a boil. Remove
Feeling as though I had States.”
from the heat; add tea bags.
vandalized his supply, I If this talk of cold tea Cover and steep 3-5 minutes.
learned my lesson and brings to mind the music Discard tea bags.
adjusted to an almost ice- of ice cubes tinkling LEMONADE ICED TEA n Stir in the sugar, concen-
Makes 8 cups
less existence much of into a glass, maybe it’s trates and remaining water.
time to explore the world Add tequila, if desired. Refrig-
the next couple of weeks. 3 cups water
of tea with a unique, 2 family-size tea bags erate until chilled. Garnish with
No, ice isn’t an mint and lemon if desired.
locally-brewed variety. 1 (1-ounce) package fresh
essential for many of mint leaves (about 1 cup Nutrition: 3/4 cup (calculated
our friends in Britain, a When at home, try one without tequila): 102 calories,
loosely packed)
primary consumer of the of the recipes below for 1/2 cup sugar 0 fat (0 saturated fat), 0
world’s tea. In America’s tea that’s a bit out of the 4 cups cold water cholesterol, 1mg sodium, 26g
ordinary. 1 (6-ounce) can frozen lemon- carbohydrate (26g sugars, 0
hotter climes, however, ade concentrate, thawed fiber), 0 protein.
cold-tea recipes began Plain, sweetened, fla-
Garnish: fresh citrus slices (Source: tasteofhome.com)
appearing prior to the vored or spiked, however (Note: Turn this into a cocktail
Civil War in cookbooks you like it, it’s tea time by adding bourbon or spiced
like “The Kentucky somewhere. dark rum.)
Housewife” (1839), n Bring 3 cups water to a boil
writes Bruce Richardson SWEET APPLE ICED TEA in a 2-quart saucepan. Re-
in Tea Time magazine. move from heat, add tea bags,
Precious winter ice 6 cups water and stir in fresh mint. Cover
6 sweet apple tea bags (rec- and steep 10 minutes.
gathered from rivers was ommended: Celestial Season- n Remove and discard tea
stored in stone icehous- ings Sweet Apple Chamomile) bags and mint. Stir in sugar
es, saved for the scorch- 1 1/3 cups vanilla simple until dissolved.
ing months of July and syrup (see below) n Pour tea into a 3-quart con-
August and shaved to put 1 small apple, thinly sliced tainer, and stir in 4 cups cold
1/2 lemon, thinly sliced water and lemonade concen-
in a glass of tea or the trate. Serve over ice. Garnish,
occasional mint julep. Vanilla simple syrup: if desired.
There are other early 1 cup granulated sugar n For bourbon-lemonade iced
written references to tea 1 cup water tea: Prepare recipe as direct-
1 vanilla bean, cut in 1/2 ed, and stir in 1 cup bourbon.
being iced. Richardson lengthwise and seeds re- Makes 9 cups.
relates an oft-report- moved n For spiced dark Rum-lemon-
ed one that emerged ade iced tea: Prepare recipe

A good salmon cake delivers


rich flavor, tender texture
BY AMERICA’S TEST texture. Lay the salmon 3 inches from broiler element
KITCHEN cakes close together on and heat broiler. Pulse bread
in food processor to coarse
the baking sheet so that

A
crumbs, about 4 pulses, then
good salmon cake the asparagus has a little transfer to large bowl; you
delivers rich flavor extra space for browning should have about 3/4 cup
and tender texture; crumbs. Working in 2 batches,
the best veers away from pulse salmon in food pro-
flavor-muting binders at HERBED SALMON CAKES cessor until coarsely ground,
about 4 pulses; transfer to
all costs. WITH ASPARAGUS bowl with bread crumbs and
We used a food pro- toss to combine.
cessor to chop salmon AND LEMON-HERB n Whisk shallot, mayonnaise,
into a mix of both fine SAUCE parsley, mustard, capers,
1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/8
and larger pieces for a Servings: 4 teaspoon pepper together in
varied and not overly Start to finish: 45 minutes small bowl, then gently fold
dense texture. A single Lemon-herb sauce:
into salmon mixture until well
slice of bread provided 1/4 cup mayonnaise combined. Divide salmon mix-
ture into 4 equal portions and
just enough binding, and 1 tablespoon lemon juice
gently pack into 1-inch-thick
a combination of shallot, 1 scallion, minced
2 teaspoons minced fresh patties.
parsley, mustard, and parsley n Place salmon cakes on 1
capers complemented the Salt and pepper side of rimmed baking sheet.
salmon; a bit of mayon- Toss asparagus with oil,
Salmon cakes and aspar- 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/4
naise ensured our patties teaspoon pepper and spread
agus:
would stay moist. 1 slice hearty white sandwich in single layer on empty side
Broiling the pat- bread, torn into 1-inch pieces of sheet. Broil until cakes are
ties made them easy 1 pound skinless salmon, cut lightly browned on both sides,
into 1-inch pieces barely translucent at center,
to flip and kept them and register 120 F to 125 F
1 shallot, minced
from overcooking. We 2 tablespoons mayonnaise (for medium-rare), and aspara-
arranged them on one 2 tablespoons minced fresh gus is lightly browned and ten-
end of a baking sheet, parsley der, 8 to 12 minutes, flipping
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard cakes and turning asparagus
leaving plenty of room for halfway through broiling.
2 teaspoons capers, rinsed
a broiler-friendly vege- and minced n Remove sheet from oven,
table-asparagus to cook Salt and pepper transfer salmon and aspar-
simultaneously. A quick 1 pound asparagus, trimmed agus to platter, and let rest
lemon and parsley sauce 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive for 5 minutes. Serve with
oil lemon-herb sauce.
added a touch of class. Nutrition information per
Be sure to use raw n For the lemon-herb sauce: serving of salmon cake: 374
salmon here; do not sub- Combine all ingredients in calories; 208 calories from fat;
stitute cooked or canned bowl and season with salt and 23 g fat (4 g saturated; 0 g
pepper to taste. Cover and trans fats); 71 mg cholesterol;
salmon. Don’t overpro- refrigerate until serving. 634 mg sodium; 15 g carbohy-
cess the salmon, or the n For the salmon cakes and drate; 4 g fiber; 5 g sugar; 27
cakes will have a pasty asparagus: Adjust oven rack g protein.
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Monday Paper Deadline is Friday 12:00ofP.M. said Deed of Trust Best: 30 Days...........................$30
distance of 188 feet; 4 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each.
Tuesday Paper Deadline is Monday 12:00 and P.M.
the Note secured run thence North paral- WHEREAS, the legal 6 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each. Includes FREE Garage Sale signs. Rain
thereby, substituted lel with the West bound-
6 lines holder of
of text; addtl. the said
lines $1 each.Deed
Wednesday Paper Deadline is Tuesday Scot 12:00 P.M. as
P. Goldsholl ary of said Southeast of Trust and the note
on the day of your sale? Call and we will
Thursday Paper Deadline is WednesdayTrustee 12:00inP.M. place of the Quarter (SE 1/4) for a secured thereby, substi- re-run your ad the next week FREE!

iNdeX
afore-mentioned origin- distance of 110 feet; tuted Wilson & Asso-
Friday Paper Deadline is Thursday 12:00 P.M.
al Trustee, as author- run thence West paral- ciates, PLLC, as Trust-
LEGAL NOTICES must be submitted 3ized business
by the terms days there- lel with the South ee therein, as author-
prior to first publication date by an boundary of said South- ized by the terms there-
of, as evidenced
instrument recorded east Quarter (SE 1/4) of, by instrument recor-

eMPlOYMeNT & legals


as/in Book 2015, Page for a distance of 188 ded in the office of the
11946 in the Office of feet; run thence South aforesaid Chancery
the Chancery Clerk of 0 Legals
parallel with the West Clerk in March 178015,
Sitting with Elderly/Sick 4000 Merchandise 5000 Pets & Livestock 8000 Real Estate
Lowndes County, Mis- boundary of said South- 2019, in Book 1790No.
Stump Removal 4030 Air Conditioners 5100 Free Pets 8050 Commercial Property
sissippi; and east Quarter1000 (SE Service1/4) 2019, at Page 4135
1800 Swimming Pools 4060 Antiques 5150 Pets 8100 Farms & Timberland
All employment and legal notices must be placed via email, for a distance of 110 & Heating
1030 Air Conditioning thereof; and
1830 Tax Service 4090 Appliances 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock 8150 Houses - Northside
WHEREAS, Bancorp- feet to the initial Point
phone or in-person. 1060 Appliance Repair
South Bank, the holder of Beginning. Said tract WHEREAS, default 1860 Tree Service
hav- 4120 Auctions 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming 8200 Houses - East
1070 Asphalt & Paving ing been made

fRee BaRgaiN cOlUMN


of said Deed of Trust containing One-Half 1890 in
Upholstery
the 4150 Baby Articles 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250 Houses - New Hope
and the Note secured (1/2) acre, 1090 more
AutomotiveorServices performance1910 of Welding
the con- 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians 8300 Houses - South
thereby, again substi- less, and1120 Buildinglocated
being & Remodelingditions and stipulations
4210 Bicycles 5400 Wanted To Buy 8350 Houses - West
tuted Scot P. Goldsholl in the West 1150 Carpeting/Flooring
Half (W as set forth 2000 by said Announcements
4240 Building Materials 8450 Houses - Caledonia
as Trustee in place of 1/2) of the 1180 Southwest
Childcare Deed of Trust, 2050and
Card ofhav-
Thanks
4250 Burial Plots
6000 Financial 8500 Houses - Other
Ad must fit in 4 lines (approximately 20 characters per line) and
the afore-mentioned ori- Quarter (SW of the ing been requested
1/4) Cleaning
1210 Chimney 2100 Fraternalby& Lodge 6050 Business Opportunity
ginal Trustee, as author- Southeast Quarter (SE the legal holder of the 4270 Business Furniture & 8520 Hunting Land
will run for 3 days. For items $100 or less ONLY. More than one
ized by the terms there- 1/4) of Section 33, 1240 Contractors 2150 Good
indebtedness secured
Things To Eat
Equipment
6100 Business Opportunity Wanted
8550 Investment Property
item may be in same ad, but prices may not of,total over $100,
as evidenced by anno Township 18 South,
1250 Computer Services 2200
and described by said In Memorial 6120 Check Cashing
2250 Instruction & School 4300 Camera Equipment 8600 Lots & Acreage
relists. No business ads. instrument recorded Range 17 1270West,
Electrical Deed of Trust so to do, 6150 Insurance
as/in Book 2018, Page Lowndes1300 County, notice is hereby 2300 Lost & Found
given 4330 Clothing 8650 Mobile Homes
ExcavatingMis- 6200 Loans
2205 in the Office of sissippi,1320 andFitness
being des- that Wilson & 2350Asso-
Personals 4360 Coins & Jewelry 8700 Mobile Home Spaces
Training 6250 Mortgages
Bargain Column ads must be submitted the online at Clerk of
Chancery ignated as Lot No. Thir- ciates, PLLC2400
1330 Furniture Repair & Refinishing
f/k/a
Special Notices 4390 Computer Equipment
6300 Stocks & Bonds
8750 Resort Property
Lowndes County, Mis- teen (13) of an unrecor- Adams & Edens, P.A., 4420 Farm Equipment & Supplies 8800 River Property
ads.cdispatch.com or in person. No phone calls and
sissippi; or emails. ded plat 1360 General
of the Ernest Services Substitute 2600 Travel/Entertainment
Trustee, by 4450 Firewood
6350 Business for Sale
8850 Wanted to Buy
1380 Housecleaning
Mason Property; sub- virtue of the 3000 authority
Employment
WHEREAS, the afore- ject, however, to those conferred upon me in
1390 Insulation
4460 Flea Markets 7000 Rentals 8900 Waterfront Property
mentioned Appoint- 3050 Clericalwill
& Office 4480 Furniture 7050 Apartments
1400 Insurancecoven- said Deed of3100
certain restrictive Trust,
Datawill
Processing/ Computer 9000 Transportation
ment of Substitute ants and conditions offer for sale and 4510 Garage Sales 7100 Commercial Property
1410 Interior Decorators 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
• All ads must be paid for in advance and are non-refundable after the first
Trustee recorded in contained in deed from sell at public 3150 Domestic
sale and Help 4540 General Merchandise 7150 Houses
Book 2018, Page 2205 Ernest Mason 1440 Jewelry/Watch
and wife, Repair outcry to the3170 highest
Engineering 9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
insertion. 4570 Household Goods 7180 Hunting Land
was corrected and re-re- Billy Gene 1470Crouse
Lawn Care/Landscaping
Ma- and best bidder for cer-
3200 General Help Wanted 9150 Autos for Sale
• Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept responsibility 4630 Lawn & Garden 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
corded in Book 2018, 1500 Locksmiths
son, to Torrie A. Brin- tified funds paid at the
3250 Management Positions 9200 Aviation
Page 2995 in the Of- 4660 Merchandise Rentals 7200 Mobile Homes
only for the first incorrect insertion. son, dated Machinery Repair conclusion of3300
1530September the sale,
Medical/Dental 9250 Boats & Marine
fice of the Chancery 29, 1971, and recor- or credit bid from a 4690 Musical Instruments 7250 Mobile Home Spaces
• The Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for 1560 Mobile Home Services 3350 Opportunity Information 9300 Camper/R.V.’s
Clerk of Lowndes ded in Deed Book 441 bank or other lending 4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the cost County, portion of spaceat Pages1590
of thatMississippi; Moving & Storage
597-599 in 3400 Part-Time
entity pre-approved by 9350 Golf Carts
4720 Sporting Goods 7350 Resort Rentals
and the 1620 Painting
Chancery Clerk`s& Papering
Of- the successor 3450 trustee,
Positions Wanted 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
occupied by such error. 4750 Stereos & TV’s 7400 River Property
1650 Pest Control
fice of Lowndes County, during the legal 3500 hours
Professional 9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be directed
WHEREAS, default hav- Mississippi. (between the hours of 4780 Wanted To Buy 7450 Rooms
1680 Plumbing 3550 Restaurant/Hotel 9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
to the Classified Department. ing been made in the 11 o'clock a.m. and 4 7500 Storage & Garages
1710 Printing 9550 Wanted to Buy
terms and conditions of Title to the above de- o'clock p.m.)3600 at Sales/Marketing
the 7520 Vacation Rentals
• All ads are subject to the approval of this paper. The Commercial Dispatch
said Deed of Trust, and scribed property 1740 Roofingis & Guttering
be- southeast front 3650Trades
door of 7550 Wanted to Rent
the entire debt secured lieved to1770
reserves the right to reject, revise, classify or cancel any advertising at any be Saws
good, & Lawn
butMowers
I Courthouse,3700Truck on June Driving 7600 Waterfront Property
time. thereby having been de- will convey only such 19, 2019, the following
clared to be due and title as vested in me as described land and
payable, and the legal Substitute Trustee. property being the same
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 holder of said
Legal Notices 0010indebted- Legal Notices 0010 land
Legal and property
Notices 0010 de- Carpet & Flooring 1150 Lost & Found 2300 General Help Wanted 3200 Farm Equipment & Supplies
ness, BancorpSouth WITNESS my signature scribed in said Deed of 4420
The following vehicle IN THE CHANCERY Bank, having requested on this 28th day of May, Trust, situated in OUR COMPANY is seek-
has been abandoned at COURT OF LOWNDES the undersigned Substi- 2019. Lowndes County, State BRASS KETTLE I ing an experienced car- JOHN DEERE MODEL M
Shelton's Towing 1024 COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI tute Trustee to execute of Mississippi, to-wit: am looking for a penter. The ideal can-
Gardner Blvd., Colum- the trust and sell said /s/ Scot P. Goldsholl, brass Victorian didate will have an eye TRACTOR A set of one
bus, MS 39702. IN THE MATTER OF THE land and property in ac- Substitute Trustee Lot Number 47 of and Spirit Kettle that my for detail, be depend- row cultivators w/
ESTATE OF JOAN ABELS cordance with the terms 1501 N. University Av- in Beersheba Hills Sub-
mother sold to able, have good commu- hydraulic lift, has been
1997 Ford Explorer PRYSE, DECEASED of said Deed of Trust for enue, Suite 930 division, a subdivision nication skills, reliable repainted, looks good &
Vin# the purpose of raising Little Rock, AR 72207- of Lowndes County, Mis- someone in transportation & basic runs good, $3500. Call
1FM0U32P8VUC07085 CAUSE NO. 2019-0035- the sums due thereun- 5238 sissippi as shown by Columbus, Ms in tools. We specialize in 662−436−2037.
JNS der, together with attor- Telephone No. (501) map or plat thereof re- about 1974 or 75. I home remodels & new
This vehicle will be put ney's fees, Substitute 664-4808 corded in Plat Book 4 at know this is a long construction. Call Furniture 4480
up for sale on the 26th SCOTT WAGGONER Trustee's fees and ex- page 35 in the office of DAVID’S CARPET & shot, but I would 662-312-3130 for info.
day of June, 2019 at PRYSE, EXECUTOR penses of sale. THIS DOCUMENT PRE- the Chancery Clerk of like to buy it back SOLID MAHOGANY
PARED BY: Lowndes County, Mis- UPHOLSTERY
10:00 am at Shelton's for her. 601−323− JOB OPENINGS in DINING TABLE Ball and
Towing 1024 Gardner NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOW, THEREFORE, I, sissippi. SUBJECT TO CLEANING
5886 Columbus, MS for the claw foot, two leaves,
Blvd., Columbus, MS Scot P. Goldsholl, Sub- Scot P. Goldsholl the restrictive coven- 1 Room − $40 following:
39702. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI stitute Trustee, will on Mickel Law Firm, P.A. ants and conditions 2 Rooms − $70 General Maintenance custom cut glass, full
COUNTY OF LOWNDES June 26, 2019, offer for 1501 NORTH UNI- dated August 22, 1983 3+ Rooms − $30 EA Clerical & Office 3050 Worker: Must have ex- apron including leaves,
PUBLISH: 6/12 & sale at public outcry to VERSITY and recorded in Deed Rugs−Must Be Seen perience in mainten- one owner, drawers at
6/19/2019 Letters Testamentary the highest bidder for PROSPECT BUILDING, Book 712 at page 188; Car Upholstery THE COMMERCIAL Dis- ance and repair of each end for silverware,
have been granted and cash, within legal hours SUITE 930 and subsequently Cleaning Available patch seeks a part-time equipment and build- or placemats. $600.00
The following vehicle issued to the under- (between the hours of LITTLE ROCK, AR amended by instrument 662−722−1758 circulation assistant. ings which requires 662−329−2151
has been abandoned at signed upon the Estate 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 72207-5238 dated April 26,1984 Position reports to the practical skill and know-
TVG Paint & Body Shop, of Joan Abels Pryse, de- p.m.) at the front door Ph: 501-664-4808 Fax: and recorded in Deed circulation manager and ledge in such trades as TWO PIECE LIVING
305 Evergreen Dr., Ab- ceased, by the Chan- of the Lowndes County 501-664-0631 Book 728 at page 61, will assist in all duties painting, carpentry, ROOM SET New
erdeen, MS 39730. cery Court of Lowndes Courthouse in Colum- Mickel Case No. in the office of the General Services 1360 pertaining to the ser- plumbing, masonry and loveseat and chaise for
County, Mississippi, on bus, Lowndes County, 102996-2 Chancery Clerk of vice and distribution of electrical work also per- sale. $500
Year: 2000 the 29th day of March Mississippi, the follow- s.goldsholl@mickellaw.c Lowndes County, Mis- WORK WANTED: the newspaper to sub- form maintenance on
Make: Chevrolet 2019. This is to give no- ing-described property: om sissippi. SUBJECT TO Licensed & Bonded− scribers. Candidate equipment and ma- 662−242−2884
Model: S10 tice to all persons hav- The following described those utility and drain- carpentry, painting, & must have flexibility on chinery. Leave a message.
VIN# ing claims against said property lying and being PUBLISH ON THESE age easements 15 feet demolition. Landscap− hours (Daily and some Carpenter/Millwright:
1GCCS19W8Y8111879 estate to Probate and situated in the County DATES: in even width along and ing, gutters cleaned, Saturday nights). Must Must have experience in Garage Sales: Other 4560
Register same with the of Lowndes, State of June 5, 2019 adjoining the entire
bush hogging, clean−up have attention to detail, general carpentry and
If this vehicle is not Chancery Clerk of Mississippi, to wit: June 12, 2019 North and West bound- concrete work. INSIDE SALE 56 Barton
claimed it will be put up Lowndes County, Mis- June 19, 2019 ary lines. 10 feet in work, pressure washing, self-starter, exceptional
customer service skills, Agricultural Tractor Op- Rd. Ethelsville Al. Sat.
for sale on the 28th day sissippi, within ninety INDEXING INSTRUC- even width along and moving help & furniture able to pass a drug erator: Must have Class 9a−2p. Clothes, shoes,
of June 2019 at 7:00 (90) days from the first TIONS: West Half (W/2) SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S adjoining the entire East repair. 662−242−3608. screen, must have good A CDL & experience with jewelry, kitchen &
a.m. at TVG Body Shop, publication date of this of the Southwest NOTICE OF SALE boundary line and 5 feet transportation, current agricultural tractors. glassware, nik naks,
305 Evergreen Dr., Ab- Notice to Creditors. A Quarter (SW 1/4) of the in even width along and driver's license and in- All jobs are working on
erdeen, MS 39730. Southeast Quarter (SE adjoining the entire pictures & Christmas.
failure to so Probate WHEREAS, on the Octo- HILL’S PRESSURE surance. Please send Tenn-Tom Waterway
Contact TVG Body Shop and Register said claim 1/4) of Section 33, ber 7, 2016, Rebecca South boundary line. WASHING Commercial/ resume to The Commer- Project, must be 18
at 662-346-9426. will forever bar the Township 18 South, SUBJECT TO the prior General Merchandise 4600
Vaughn and Anthony N Residential. House, cial Dispatch, PO Box years old with clean, val-
same. Range 17 West, Vaughn, executed a reservation of an undi- concrete, sidewalks & 511, Columbus, MS id driver’s license and
PUBLISH: 6/12, 6/19, Lowndes County, Mis- vided one half Interest pass pre-employment HOSPITAL BED in good
Deed of Trust to Gran- mobile washing. Free 39703 or email to
& 6/26/2019 This the 7th day of June sissippi. ville Tate, Jr., Trustee in and to all oil. gas and
est. 662−386−8925 mfloyd@cdispatch.com. drug screen. EOE cond., $200. 662−386
2019. for the use and benefit other minerals, in, on or No phone calls, please. Send resume or apply −4707 or 662−356−
IN THE CHANCERY Beginning at the South- of Mortgage Electronic under the property de- @: R & D Maintenance 6352.
COURT OF LOWNDES /s/ Scott Waggoner west Corner of the scribed herein. General Help Wanted 3200 Services
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Registration Systems, TRAVEL TRAILERS &
Pryse, Executor Southwest Quarter (SW Inc., as nominee for 3600 West Plymouth Rd CHINA GARDEN
1/4) of the Southeast Title to the above de- RVS Cleaned, repaired APARTMENT MAINTEN- Columbus, MS 39701 Porcelain Dinnerware.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PUBLISH: 6/12, 6/19, Quarter (SE 1/4) of Sec- Trustmark National scribed property is be- & serviced. 132 Lincoln ANCE TECH: Must have
LAST WILL AND TESTA- & 6/26/2019 Bank, its successors Prestige pattern, 8−
tion 33, Township 18 and assigns, which lieved to be good, but I Rd. Columbus, MS. For knowledge of light elec- Professional 3500 place sitting w/ all
MENT OF CLARA South, Range 17 West, Deed of Trust is on file will convey only such an estimate, call Chris, trical duties, plumbing,
OMAREA ROBERTS, DE- general maintenance, accessories, $350
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S Lowndes County, Mis- and of record in the of- title as is vested in the 662−889−4507. STYLIST NEEDED with
CEASED sissippi, and run thence fice of the Chancery aforementioned Substi- make ready units. Must or without clientele in cash.
NOTICE OF SALE Hilton sewing machine
North along the West Clerk of Lowndes tute Trustee. be able to pass crimin- unique salon environ-
EUGENE “GENE” SWIN- boundary of said South- County, Mississippi, in Lawn Care / Landscaping al and drug test. Must in cabinet , $35. As is,
WHEREAS, on Septem- ment in Starkville.
DOLL 1470 have DL and your own
EXECUTOR ber 14, 2012, Kristoph- east Quarter (SE 1/4) Deed of Trust October WITNESS MY SIGNA- Please call 662-617- cash.
er Derek Criddle and for a distance of 330 10, 2016, in Book No. TURE , this the 17th day transportation. Please 5601 for more informa- Kenmore sewing
feet; run thence East of May, 2019. COMMERCIAL BUSH email resume to tion. machine in cabinet,
CAUSE NO. 2019-0082- Megan Criddle ex- 2016, at Page 22606
HOGGING weed eating, arast@hughesmgt.com
JNS ecuted a Deed of Trust parallel with the South thereof; $25. As is, cash.
to J. Patrick Caldwell as boundary of said South- Sincerely,
east Quarter (SE 1/4) /s/ Jillian Wilson,
tiling & leveling, & APARTMENT MAINTEN- Truck Driving 3700 Call 662−549−2039.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Trustee for the benefit WHEREAS, said Deed of clearing overgrown lots. ANCE SUPERVISOR.
of BancorpSouth Bank, for a distance of 238 Trust was ultimately as- WILSON & ASSOCIATES, Owner, Operator Responsible for all New Flat-Bed Company USE HAPPY JACK ®
Letters Testamentary which Deed of Trust was feet to a point which is signed to Freedom Mort- PLLC, licensed & insured. 17 maintenance staff. located in Belk, AL now PARACIDE to control
recorded as/in Book the initial Point of Begin- gage Corporation by as- Substitute Trustee leasing owner/operat-
having been issued by ning of the property years experience. Willie Responsibilities: elec- fleas & ticks on dogs &
the Chancery Clerk of 2012, Page 21967 in signment on file and of trical, plumbing, build- ors. For more info, cats. Eliminate doggy
the Office of the Chan- herein described and record in the office of PREPARED BY: Murray Jr. 662−242− please call Kyle at
Lowndes County, Mis- conveyed; from said ini- the Chancery Clerk of Wilson & Associates, 8809. Free estimates. ing maintenance, odor restore healthy
cery Clerk of Lowndes 205-932-4210
sissippi, on the 20th
County, Mississippi; tial Point of Beginning, Lowndes County, Mis- PLLC Quotes by job not acre. troubleshooting, make Mon-Fri from 7AM-4 PM. coat. At Tractor Supply
day of May, 2019, to run thence East parallel sissippi, in February 13, 400 West Capitol Aven- ready, pool mainten- (www.kennelvax.com)
the undersigned as Ex- and ance, prefer HVAC certi-
with the South bound- 2019, in Book No. ue
ecutor of the Estate of ary of said Southeast Suite 1400 fied. Must pass crimin- Bargain Column 4180 Lawn & Garden 4630
Clara Omarea Roberts, WHEREAS, Bancorp- 2019, at Page 2345 TERRA CARE
Quarter (SE 1/4) for a Little Rock, AR 72201 al background check
Deceased, in Cause No. South Bank, the holder distance of 188 feet; thereof; and
(501)219-9388
LANDSCAPING L.L.C. and drug screening. Val- CLOTHES DRYER
2019-0082-JNS, in said of said Deed of Trust Phone: 662−549−1878 id DL and must have HAYES DAYLILLIES
and the Note secured run thence North paral- WHEREAS, the legal File # 336681 Maytag Clothes Dryer,
Open Garden. May 27−
court, notice is hereby lel with the West bound- Landscaping, Property your own vehicle. $90. 662−242−6683
given to all persons hav- thereby, substituted ary of said Southeast
holder of the said Deed
PUBLICATION TO BEGIN Clean Up, Plant Care, Please send resume to June 29. Digging from
ing claims against the Scot P. Goldsholl as of Trust and the note Bush Hogging, Herbicide arast@hughesmgt.com PANASONIC CD 8a−12p Mon.−Sat;
Trustee in place of the Quarter (SE 1/4) for a secured thereby, substi- ON: May 29, 2019
Estate of Clara Omarea distance of 110 feet; PUBLICATION TO END Spraying. Other times by calling
Roberts, Deceased, to afore-mentioned origin- tuted Wilson & Asso- STEREO SYSTEM
al Trustee, as author- run thence West paral- ciates, PLLC, as Trust- ON: June 12, 2019 662−251−6665. 1069
have the same pro- lel with the South Let your changer with AM/FM New Hope Rd.
bated and registered by ized by the terms there- boundary of said South- ee therein, as author- PUBLISH: 5/29, 6/5, & JESSE & BEVERLY’S fingers do the
radio. Holds 5 CD’S &
of, as evidenced by an ized by the terms there-
the Clerk of the Chan-
instrument recorded east Quarter (SE 1/4) of, by instrument recor- 6/12/2019 LAWN SERVICE. has 1 large speaker. Sporting Goods 4720
cery Court of Lowndes for a distance of 188 walking. $50. (662)574−1212.
County, Mississippi, as/in Book 2015, Page ded in the office of the Mowing, cleanup,
11946 in the Office of feet; run thence South aforesaid Chancery landscaping, sodding, & Find your ELLIPTICAL MACHINE
within ninety (90) days parallel with the West Air Cond & Heating 1030 WASHER AND DRYER Sole Elliptical E35 in
from the date of first the Chancery Clerk of Clerk in March 15, tree cutting. 356−6525. dream job in
boundary of said South-
publication hereof, that Lowndes County, Mis- 2019, in Book No. Maytag washer. Good excellent condition. Nice
sissippi; and east Quarter (SE 1/4) 2019, at Page 4135 AIR CONDITION: New the classifieds! Condition. $90. 662− quiet machine. $450
failure to probate and for a distance of 110 Tree Services 1860
register any such claim thereof; and installation, repairs, 242−6883 662−574−1561
WHEREAS, Bancorp- feet to the initial Point maintenance or service.
within said ninety (90) of Beginning. Said tract WHEREAS, default hav-
day period will forever South Bank, the holder Also auto air condition A&T TREE SERVICE
of said Deed of Trust containing One-Half ing been made in the Bucket truck & stump
bar the same. (1/2) acre, more or repairs or service. Call
and the Note secured performance of the con- John @ 549−7031 removal. Free est.
thereby, again substi- less, and being located ditions and stipulations
Witness my signature in the West Half (W Serving Columbus
this the 10th day of tuted Scot P. Goldsholl as set forth by said since 1987. Senior
as Trustee in place of 1/2) of the Southwest Deed of Trust, and hav-
June 2019. Building & Remodeling 1120
the afore-mentioned ori- Quarter (SW 1/4) of the ing been requested by
citizen disc. Call Alvin @
ginal Trustee, as author- Southeast Quarter (SE the legal holder of the 242−0324/241−4447
/s/ Eugene S. Swindoll
ized by the terms there- 1/4) of Section 33,
HOME REPAIRS & "We’ll go out on a limb
Eugene “Gene” Swin- indebtedness secured
Township 18 South, CONSTRUCTION WORK for you!"
doll, Executor of the Es- of, as evidenced by an Range 17 West,
and described by said
tate of Clara Omarea instrument recorded Deed of Trust so to do, WANTED. Carpentry,
as/in Book 2018, Page Lowndes County, Mis- notice is hereby given small concrete jobs,
Roberts, deceased sissippi, and being des- that Wilson & Asso-
2205 in the Office of electrical, plumbing, J&A TREE REMOVAL
the Chancery Clerk of ignated as Lot No. Thir- ciates, PLLC f/k/a Work from a bucket
/s/ Lee Ann S. Turner teen (13) of an unrecor- Adams & Edens, P.A., roof repairs, pressure
Lee Ann S. Turner Lowndes County, Mis- washing and mobile truck. Insured/bonded.
sissippi; and ded plat of the Ernest Substitute Trustee, by
Miss. Bar No. 10438 Mason Property; sub- home roof coating and Call Jimmy for free
The Winfield Law Firm, virtue of the authority estimate,
WHEREAS, the afore- ject, however, to those conferred upon me in
underpinning. No job
P.A. certain restrictive coven- said Deed of Trust, will too small. 549−7031. 662−386−6286.
224 E. Main Street mentioned Appoint-
ment of Substitute ants and conditions offer for sale and will
P.O. Box 80281 contained in deed from sell at public sale and
Starkville, MS 39759 Trustee recorded in Good Things To Eat 2150
Book 2018, Page 2205 Ernest Mason and wife, outcry to the highest
lturner@winfieldlawfirm. Billy Gene Crouse Ma- TOM HATCHER, LLC
com was corrected and re-re- and best bidder for cer- YOU PICK BLUE−
corded in Book 2018, son, to Torrie A. Brin- tified funds paid at the Custom Construction, BERRIES ARE READY!
Telephone: 662-323- son, dated September
3984 Page 2995 in the Of- conclusion of the sale, Restoration, Hill O’ Beans Farm
fice of the Chancery 29, 1971, and recor- or credit bid from a Remodeling, Repair,
Facsimile: 662-323- ded in Deed Book 441 456 Fernbank Rd.
3920 Clerk of Lowndes bank or other lending Insurance claims.
at Pages 597-599 in in Steens.
Attorneys for the Estate County, Mississippi; entity pre-approved by
the Chancery Clerk`s Of- the successor trustee, 662−364−1769. 662−368−1163
of Clara Omarea and Licensed & Bonded.
fice of Lowndes County, during the legal hours Open Mon−Fr, 8a−5p
Roberts, Deceased Mississippi.
WHEREAS, default hav- (between the hours of Sat. 7a−12p
PUBLISH: 6/12, 6/19, ing been made in the Title to the above de-
11 o'clock a.m. and 4 Call For Availability
& 6/26/2019 terms and conditions of o'clock p.m.) at the DO ALL SERVICE Home
said Deed of Trust, and scribed property is be- southeast front door of repair & remodel of all
the entire debt secured lieved to be good, but I Courthouse, on June Lost & Found 2300
thereby having been de- will convey only such 19, 2019, the following kind & size. Experience,
clared to be due and title as vested in me as described land and reliable, references LOST HONDA car key
cdispatch.com payable, and the legal Substitute Trustee. property being the same available. Free with fob and red heart
holder of said indebted- land and property de- estimates. Call Chris, inscribed Tiny. 662−
ness, BancorpSouth WITNESS my signature scribed in said Deed of 662−889−4507. 327−5040
Bank, having requested on this 28th day of May, Trust, situated in
8b Wednesday, June 12, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
Free Pets 5100 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Rent: Northside Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
FREE KITTENS Two
7110
NICE 3/2 MH in Col. or
Cars
Houses
eight−week old kittens 2BR/1BA HOUSE W. Lowndes School
free to good homes. 601 21ST ST. N. District. From $475−

Furniture
One boy and one girl, $575/mo. $575 dep. $535 mo. Deposit

Lots
both grey tabbies. Litter required. Call 662−308
box trained and good 3BR/1.5BA house in −7781 or 601−940−
with people. $0.00 662 Columbus. 1801 MLK 1397.

Pets
−549−4519 Dr. $695/mo. $695
dep. 770−316−1714
RENT A fully equipped
& more...
or 770−316−7212.
Pets 5150 camper w/utilities &
cable from $145/wk −
FEMALE CORGI & $535/month. Columbus
FEIST MIXED Black & NORTH COLUMBUS−− & County School
white, wormed, up−to−
date shots. Call 662−
CLOSE TO CAFB 3BR/
2BA, stove, refr,
locations. 662−242−
7653 or 601−940−
You can find or sell just about
386−4517. dshwash, w/d hookups, 1397.
carport, fenced−in
anything in The Classifieds.
backyard. 1−year lease, Office Spaces For Rent 7300
Business For Sale 6350 credit check. $900/mo.
Call us at
662-328-2424
$900 dep. Coleman OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
RESTAURANT FOR Realty 662−329−2323 square feet. 294
SALE OR LEASE or 662−251−5683. Chubby Dr. Flexible
or email us at classifieds@
Opportunity to own/
leasing terms. Available
operate an established DOWNTOWN 1BR −
Houses For Rent: South 7140 now. 662−328−8254.
profitable strong
customer base and
This large 1 bedroom
apartment has been
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Houses For Sale: Other 8500
excellent reputation For recently renovated. It
3BR/2BA HOUSE Open
in the
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floor plan w/ concrete

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info please email: features great natural YESTERDAY’S
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floors, fireplace, large HOUSE/ (AND)
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Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 room. $750 rent and 662−328−8655. PAULETTE RD. MACON Sudoku is a number- 3 4 2 8 5 7 6 9 1
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3−4BR/1.5BA DUPLEX. $750 deposit. Utilities
Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
2 bath. $310,000. a 9x9 grid with several
a 9x9 grid with several 7 1 8 3 6 9 5 2 4
Newly renovated. Large included. No pets 662−708−0071. given numbers. The object
backyard, HUD please. Call Peter,
123 BECK DR,
Autos For Sale 9150 Boats & Marine 9250 given numbers. The object
is to place the numbers
4 3 9 5 7 2 8 1 6
662−574−1561.
accepted, at 1010 6th is to place the numbers 1 5 6 4 8 3 2 7 9
COLUMBUS. 14 x 64. REDUCED: RIVER CREDIT UNION DEALS 2013 TAHOE 195 1 to 9 in the empty spaces
Ave. N. Call 662−425− 1 to 9 in the empty spaces
0332. DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
2BR/1BA. $450/mo.
$450/dep. Includes
HOME IN WEST POINT!
Great area. Across from
LOCAL RECLAIMED
VEHICLES
DECKBOAT. V8 engine
w/ low hours. Runs
so that each row, each
so that each row, each 2 8 7 6 9 1 4 5 3
column and each 3x3 box
historic district, 1 block garbage. No pets. No
HUD. 662−574−7614.
water w/ access to FINANCING AVAILABLE great. Ready to hit the column and each 3x3 box
contains the same number
6 7 1 2 4 8 9 3 5
Tenn−Tom waterway.
from downtown, $575/ MAKE OFFER AT water. Located in contains the same number 8 9 4 7 3 5 1 6 2
FOX RUN APARTMENTS mo. + $575 dep. NO 4BR/2BA w/ 2 acres & CREDITUNIONDEALS.CO Starkville. $23,900. only once. The difficulty
only once. The difficulty
1 & 2 BR near hospital. PETS. 662−574−8789.
$595−$645 monthly. Peaceful & Quiet area.
large screened in room.
$195,000. Call:
M
205−683−5663
Call or text 662−341−
0374.
level increases from
level increases from 5 2 3 9 1 6 7 4 8
3BR/2BA TRAILER, Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 6/11
Military discount, pet New Hope school dist. 662−245−4273 or Monday to Sunday.
Campers & RVs 9300
COLEMAN
area, pet friendly, and $500/mo & $500 dep. 662−889−1228. 2017 Zinger Crossroads
furnished corporate No pets, no drugs, no 32ft RV
apts. 24−HOUR RENTALS partying. Call b/w 10a− Lots & Acreage 8600 2005 Nissan Titan
PROFESSIONAL GYM. TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS 7p. 662−386−4292. 2006 Dodge Ram
ON SITE SECURITY. NO TEXT MGS. 225 ACRES W/ HOUSE Pickup 3500
ON SITE MAINTENANCE. 1 BEDROOM IN LOWNDES CO. Fron− 2012 Nissan Altima
ON SITE MANAGEMENT. 2 BEDROOMS tage on Hwy 50 E & 2016 Toyota RAV4
3 BEDROOMS
24−HOUR CAMERA Brewer Rd. Excellent 2018 Toyota RAV4
SURVEILLANCE. Benji @ developmental property. 2015 Jeep Wrangler
662−386−4446. Clay, gravel & sand 2017 Jeep Wrangler
LEASE,
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deposits. Will divide. 2016 Ford Transit T−


DEPOSIT 205−799−9846 or 350 VAN 2008 FLEETWOOD
Apts For Rent: East 7020 205−695−2248. 2008 GMC Yukon
AND
DISCOVER 40X
Denali 3 slides, washer/dryer,
1 ROOM/1 BATH.
Utilities included.
CREDIT CHECK A RARE FIND... 68
2010 Dodge Charger in motion satellite,
2013 Dodge Charger outside kitchen &
$400/mo. 1 person wooded acres,
only. 662−328−8655. 662-329-2323 close to Columbus,
2005 Honda Odyssey
2008 Chevrolet HHR
entertainment center.
350 cummins w/ 27k
Realtor owned. Call 2017 Chevrolet Impala miles, new tires &
662−312−5184. 2001 Ford Expedition
Apts For Rent: West 7050 2411 HWY 45 N 2009 Ford Escape
batteries. Title in hand.
$120k neg. Columbus.

VIP
COLUMBUS, MS SUMMER SPECIAL. 2013 Buick Lacrosse 662−574−6100.
1.75 acre lots. Good/ 2013 Chevrolet Equinox

Rentals
2012 BMW 3 Series
Commercial Property For bad credit. 10% down,
2011 HEARTLAND
Rent 7100 as low as $299/mo.
Apartments
CREDIT UNION DEALS BUMPER PULL
Eaton Land. 662−361−
LOCAL RECLAIMED CAMPER 2011
& Houses
FOR RENT LOCATED 7711.
VEHICLES hreartland north country
NEAR DOWNTOWN. lakeside bumper pull
1 Bedrooms
FINANCING AVAILABLE
3,000 sq. ft. truck travel trailer model
TWO ELM LAKE MAKE OFFER AT
2 Bedroooms terminal, 9,500 sq. ft.
shop & 3,200 sq. ft.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS CREDITUNIONDEALS.CO 29RKS. Purchased new
3 Bedrooms One lot in Cork Village M April 2012, one owner,
office/shop. Buildings bordering #9 fairway. 205−683−5663 non−smoker. Large u−
can be rented together
Furnished & Ready to build on. shaped wrap around
or separately. All w/ $27000 OBO. One large FOR SALE ’05 Ford kitchen counter. Dining
Unfurnished excellent access & Hwy. lot overlooking #17 Explorer. 3 seat, cold a/ table with 4 chairs.
82 visibility. 662−327− c, head works, 192,000
1, 2, & 3 Baths
Find
green. Ready to build Couch been covered
9559. on. $28.000 OBO. Call miles, $3700. Will since purchase, makes
Lease, Deposit Fred, 662−889−3103. negotiate some. into full bed, air
& Credit Check
What
OFFICE SPACE ’99 Jeep Grand mattress and pump
AVAILABLE. Located on Cherokee. 4x4, inline, 6 included. 2 euro−
viceinvestments.com Catfish Alley. 450 sq. ft.
Autos For Sale 9150 cylinder, engine has

327-8555
recliners less than 3

You’re
w/ 1/2 bath. $400/mo. been changed out, years old. Walk thru
2010 CHEVY IMPALA
662−328−8655. 115,000 miles on new bath with neo−angle
Blue, 4 door, 6 cyl.
engine, cold a/c, heat, shower. Queen size
107k miles. Showroom

Looking
$3200. bed in bedroom with a
clean. Local Owner.
’00 Chevy Lumina. 6 brand new mattress. To
$5000. See at 59
cylinder engine, 4 door, view camper call or text
Amanda Dr. in New

For Hope Park Subdivision


off of Yorkville Rd. E.
low mileage engine,
103,000 miles, heat/
air does not work,
662−364−2226.
Additional photos
available at request.

In
662−327−3081.
clean, new tires, $10,000 negotiable.
$2300. $10,000.00 662−364−
2015 AUDI A8L Call 662−242−0267. 2226
QUATTRO 29,000 mi.
White w/ nugget brown
interior. Premium pkg., Shop
CLASSIFIEDS driver assist pkg., fully
www.cdispatch.com
loaded, wi−fi paid for 1 Classifieds
yr. 662−256−7845.
Even if you Houses For Sale: Other 8500
don’t get out much
these days, you can
still “go shopping” in the ACROSS
Classifieds. You can find
exactly what you’ve
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been looking for. the News 11 Inane behavior
12 Refer to
Find someone to mow the lawn Recycle 13 Medusa, for one
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Find that special recliner 20 Perch
• 23 Be in the red
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• Golf Carts 9350 1950s
Buy a used car 26 Campaign pro

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GOLF CART In good 27 Commotion
Buy that rare coin cond., $500. Call 662− 28 Writer Tarbell
for your collection 386−4707 or 662−356
−6352.
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. . . and lots more 31 Quick bite 2 Groom’s answer 19 Reacting in rage

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Motorcycles & ATVs 9400 32 Put away 3 Needle source 21 The Beatles’
1993 KAWASAKI
33 A very long time 4 Company symbols “Sexy —”

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VOYAGER XII Only 34 Useful gizmo 5 Bus. sch. course 22 Golf bunkers
25,500 miles. Runs 37 Sacred bird of 6 Agreement 24 Like most roads
& looks good. No
problems. $3500.
Egypt 7 Spotted cat 25 Pindar work
39 Kitchen come-
516 Main St. 8 Swelling 30 Van Gogh work
501−545−7750.
ons 9 Seventh Greek 33 Make amends
Columbus, MS 39701 1999 ROADSTAR 1600 43 Walking aid letter 35 Openings
Only 45k miles. Hard 44 Target at a party 10 Longing 36 Great Lakes port
662-328-2424
bags, rider & passenger 45 Quiche base
back rests w/ luggage 16 Fiery crime 37 Sparklers
rack, has windshield. 46 Like ranked 17 Boxing ring 38 Chips buy
www.cdispatch.com Ready to ride! $3500.
501−545−7750.
players border 40 Fuming
18 “You can’t make 41 Chowed down
Trucks, Vans & Buses 9500 DOWN me!” 42 Blue
Classified 1978 MAZDA PICKUP
One owner. 5−speed.
1 Equip

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−356−6352.

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