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Fiber internet coming to Lowndes County


C Spire to install fiber optic internet capabilities throughout county connections.
“I would think over time
BY MARY POLLITZ internet access to rural areas. With C Spire’s fiber optic that they will develop some of
mpollitz@cdispatch.com The 25-year agreement with cables, customers are offered these (rural) areas and get the
Lowndes County allows C Spire three primary services: gigabit residents access to high-speed
C Spire is slated to bring to lay, construct, maintain, internet, a C Spire live stream- internet,” Billingsley said. “I
gigabit internet to homeown- replace, repair and operate fi- ing television service and home think that’s a good thing for
ers and businesses throughout ber optic cables along streets, telephone service through the Lowndes County residents.
Lowndes County. avenues, highways, roads and internet. It will start out in the densely
Lowndes County Board of bridges throughout the unin- In return, the county will re- Billingsley Brooks populated neighborhoods and
Supervisors unanimously ap- corporated areas of the county. ceive 5 percent of customer rev- contract with Sparklight for its things and over time might
proved its franchise agreement C Spire will be responsible for enue from C Spire’s television cable services. He added with move to the people that just live
with C Spire during its regular maintaining and restoring the service. County Administra- the upgrade to its services, he close to those populated areas.”
meeting Thursday morning in areas where infrastructure is tor Ralph Billingsley said the hopes to see more rural areas District 5 Supervisor Leroy
an effort to increase high-speed built. county currently has a similar having high-speed internet See Internet, 6A

Lowndes man
Backpack food programs killed during
preparing for new school year apparent
struggle over
weapon with son
No charges filed at this
time; investigation
results will be
presented to grand jury
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT

A Crawford man has died after


he was shot during what authori-
ties described as a struggle over a
weapon during a domestic dispute
Thursday night.
Lowndes County Coroner Greg
Merchant identified the victim as
Willie Baptist, 62. According to a
Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office
press release, Baptist and his son,
identified only as a 41-year-old, had
a “domestic altercation” at the son’s
home on Starkville Road shortly
before 9 p.m.
Witnesses told investigators
Baptist fired a shot inside the house
and that the two men began strug-
gling over the gun, during which
Baptist was shot, the press release
said.
See Shooting, 3A
Courtesy photo
Volunteers pack food into bags for programs feeding children in need at Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School
District and Franklin Academy in Columbus. Above, volunteers recruited by Susan Tomlinson, second from right,
pack food for SOCSD kids at the Wesley Foundation on Mississippi State University’s campus. Below, volunteers
from First United Methodist Church in Columbus pack bags for Franklin students.

Area churches collect weekend Alabama man arrested


food for children in need after high-speed chase
By Tess Vrbin from Lowndes to
tvrbin@cdispatch.com

The other students aren’t aware of the


Pickens County
change in their classmates, but the teachers DISPATCH STAFF REPORT
and counselors are.
Children in need of food over the weekends A police chase from eastern
at the Franklin Academy Elementary school Lowndes County into Alabama in-
in Columbus and in pre-K through eighth volving speeds of up to 90 mph and
grade throughout Starkville-Oktibbeha Con- a deputy firing shots ended with an
solidated School District get bags with four Ethelsville, Alabama man in custo-
meals in their backpacks on Fridays during dy Wednesday night.
the school year, thanks to ministry programs No injuries were reported from
with the First United Methodist churches in the chase, which began when a
Columbus and Starkville. Lowndes County deputy pulled
See FOOD PROGRAMS, 6A Courtesy photo over James Michael Prestridge,
44, in the GMC pickup he was driv-
ing near the intersection of Mount
See Chase, 3A

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Scientists confirm July set


new global heat record
NOAA: 9 of the 10 hottest Julys Area obituaries
on record have occurred since 2005 COMMERCIAL DISPATCH
OBITUARY POLICY
Home of Starkville is Mary Summerville was born June 23, 1935,
in charge of arrange- MACON — Mary in Lowndes County,
By FRANK JORDANS svinsa recorded a sizzling Obituaries with basic informa-
ments. to the late Sheffield
The Associated Press 94.6 F, the highest tem- tion including visitation and Jane Summerville, 52,
service times, are provided He is survived by died Aug. 8, 2019, at Cunningham and
perature measured north his wife, Shelia Carr Mamie Easley. He was
BERLIN — July was the of the Arctic Circle. free of charge. Extended North
hottest month measured obituaries with a photograph, Williams; sons, Derek Mississip- formerly employed as a
According to NOAA’s Williams and Tramon
on Earth since records detailed biographical informa-
pi Medical machine operator with
records, 9 of the 10 hot-
began in 1880, the latest tion and other details families Williams; daughter, Center in Airline Manufacturing
test Julys on record have may wish to include, are avail-
in a long line of peaks that Jamishela Williams; Tupelo. and a member of Chari-
occurred since 2005 and able for a fee. Obituaries must
scientists say backs up brother, Raphel Brand; Ser- ty Full Gospel Church.
last month was the 43rd be submitted through funeral
predictions for man-made
consecutive July above the homes unless the deceased’s four sisters, Annette vices In addition to his
climate change. body has been donated to Brown, Ophelia Spear- will be parents, he was preced-
20th century average.
The U.S. National Oce- man, Evelyn Williams Summerville ed in death by his wife,
The record tempera- science. If the deceased’s at 2 p.m.
anic and Atmospheric Ad- body was donated to science, and Kareader Trainer. Josie Cunningham;
ministration said Thursday tures notched up in July Saturday
were accompanied with
the family must provide official
at Christian Hill M.B. and siblings, Clayton
that July was 1.71 degrees
Fahrenheit warmer than other major landmarks.
proof of death. Please submit
all obituaries on the form Edward Higgins Church, with the Rev. Cunningham, Willie
Average Arctic sea ice, STARKVILLE — Bobby Bowen officiat- B. Cunningham, Curly
the 20th century average provided by The Commercial
for example, was almost Dispatch. Free notices must Edward Higgins, 59, ing. Burial will follow at Cunningham, Billy R.
of 60.4 F for the month.
20 percent below average be submitted to the newspaper died Aug. 6, 2019, in the church cemetery. Cunningham, Annie G.
Because July is gener-
ally the warmest month on in July, less even than the no later than 3 p.m. the day Starkville. Visitation is from noon-6 Cunningham, Lola G.
the calendar, meteorolo- previous historic low of prior for publication Tuesday Services will be at p.m. Friday at Carter’s Cunningham and Zettie
gists say this means it also July 2012. through Friday; no later than 4
11 a.m. Saturday at Funeral Services. Car- W. Cunningham.
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday
set a new all-time month- The July peaks came Christian Faith M.B. ter’s Funeral Services He is survived by his
edition; and no later than 7:30
ly record for the past 140 hot on the heels of a siz- a.m. for the Monday edition. Church. Burial will fol- of Macon is in charge of children, Brenda Wash-
years. zling June, which ended Incomplete notices must be re- low at Sixteenth Section arrangements. ington, James Cunning-
Last month’s tempera- up being the hottest June ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. Cemetery. Visitation is Mrs. Summerville ham, Carolyn Davis,
tures narrowly topped the recorded over the past 140 for the Monday through Friday from 1-6 p.m. Friday at was born Dec. 10, 1966, Johnny Cunningham,
previous July record, set in years. editions. Paid notices must be
West Memorial Funeral in Noxubee County, to Janice Ryland, Angela
2016, by 0.05 F. The year to date is also finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion
Home. West Memo- Betty Hughes and the Jones, Tina Lewis and
The results had been 1.71 F above the long- the next day Monday through
rial Funeral Home of late Henry Lowry. She Valerie Chandler, all
term average, still slightly Thursday; and on Friday by 3
expected after several Eu- Starkville is in charge of was a member of Chris- of Columbus, Curtis
p.m. for Sunday and Monday
ropean countries including behind 2016 and on a par Cunningham of Frisco,
publication. For more informa- arrangements. tian Hill M.B. Church.
France, Belgium and Ger- with 2017, NOAA said. Texas, Steve Cunning-
tion, call 662-328-2471. He is survived by his In addition to her
many reported that July Meteorologists expect ham of Ridgeland,
2019 won’t beat the cur-
mother, Lela Simmons; mother, she is survived
smashed previous national Vurtis Cunningham of
temperature records. The rent record for warmest Kelly Conway siblings, Tammie Mitch- by her husband, Chris-
ell, Bobby Higgins, topher Summerville of Frederick, Maryland,
Swedish hamlet of Marku- year, set in 2016. TUPELO — Kelly
Shirley Patton, Allen Macon; children, Byron Mary Joe Greeenlee
Gable Conway, 51,
Higgins, Stanley Hig- Jones and Gary Jones, of Steens, Anthoney
died Aug. 12, 2019, in
gins, Shaun Higgins, both of Columbus, Richardson of Detroit,
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Patricia Smith
COLUMBUS —
Patricia A. Smith, 57,
died Aug. 15, 2019, at
Baptist Memorial Hos-
pital-Golden Triangle.
Arrangements are
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Advocates: Mississippi plant fires workers left after raid


PH Food is one of seven Mississippi plants notice to affected employees,
and local and state government.
some way,” Mena said.
Truett and Mena said work-
otherwise voluntary online fed-
eral system. At other plants that
raided Aug. 7 by U.S. Immigration and Dianne Bell, a spokeswoman for
the Mississippi Department of
ers came to the church after the
Tuesday protest to consult with
were raided, investigators pre-
sented efforts that employees
Customs Enforcement agents Security, said PH Foods has not lawyers. Others held a meeting were working under assumed
filed notice with the state. Bell at a nearby restaurant because but real identities often bought
By JEFF AMY It’s unclear exactly how many said a company employee told the church was too small for the on the black market.
The Associated Press were fired, although Truett said her Wednesday that there had crowd. No PH Food managers have
more than 100 workers’ names been no layoffs. A search warrant unsealed been charged, although U.S.
A Mississippi chicken pro- were collected at the protest in The company told The Asso- last week cites a confidential Attorney Mike Hurst has said
cessing plant fired most of its Morton, about 40 miles east of ciated Press on Wednesday to informant telling investigators a criminal investigation contin-
remaining workers after nearly Jackson. call back and later hung up on a that workers at PH Food knew ues.
100 accused of immigration vio- PH Food is one of seven Mis- reporter. On Thursday, a person most of its 240 workers didn’t PH and another plant raided
lations were arrested last week, sissippi plants raided Aug. 7 by who answered the phone said have legal permission to work in nearby Pelahatchie — A&B
witnesses said, an indication U.S. Immigration and Customs the company isn’t commenting. in the United States. The in- Inc. — are identified in sworn
that the crackdown could make Enforcement agents. The agen- Phone calls to the payroll com- formant told investigators that statements as being owned by
finding work in the state’s poul- cy arrested 680 people accused pany weren’t returned. managers encouraged workers California resident Huo You Li-
try industry more difficult for of working in the United States Truett and others say most of to make up Social Security num- ang, known to his Mississippi
Latino immigrants. without legal permission, quick- the people ICE arrested at PH bers and tried to use a payroll employees as Victor Liang.
Terry Truett, a volunteer with ly releasing about 300. ICE also Food worked on the first shift. outsourcing firm in Louisiana to Truett said workers were
the Mississippi Immigration Co- seized company documents as Second-shift workers trickled mask their activities. asked to sign I-9 forms verify-
alition, said she and others were part of an investigation into what back to work in the days after the The informant also alleged ing their identities after the raid.
called Tuesday to a Morton park managers knew. ICE said it ar- raid even though most lack legal that PH and the payroll com- American workers usually sign
where former PH Food workers rested 99 people at PH Food. status, according to the Rev. Ro- pany didn’t try to verify the au- such forms as they begin em-
were staging a protest, saying Normally, when a company berto Mena, pastor of St. Martin thenticity of work documents, ployment. Then managers came
the company had abruptly fired with more than 100 employees de Porres Catholic Church. even though Mississippi state through the plant Tuesday and
them at the end of their shift and lays off more than a third of its “Some — almost all of them law requires employers to check fired all but “a handful” of work-
was illegally withholding pay. workforce, it must give 60 days’ — they are undocumented in documents using E-Verify, an ers on the spot, she said.

Around the state


Bond hearing set after held July 27 in her home- had deeded it to the city found Monday inside an
town of Kirkwood, Mis- of New Albany. apartment attached to a
slaying of Ole Miss souri. The museum wants Tupelo home. Lee County
student Theesfeld is from Fort to use part of the proper- Coroner Carolyn Green
OXFORD — An attor- Worth, Texas. He was ty for parking, and New says the preliminary au-
ney says a bond hearing also an Ole Miss student Albany Mayor Tim Kent topsy reports show Con-
is set for next week for a and has been suspended. says the city had been way died from a single
man charged in the slay- seeking to demolish the gunshot wound. Green
ing of a University of Mis- City-owned warehouse building.
Greenwood and Kent
would not release the lo-
sissippi student.
Tony Farese is repre-
collapses in north both say the building had
cation of the wound.
Police haven’t said why
senting Brandon Thees-
Mississippi deteriorated, with Kent they believe Conway may
NEW ALBANY — A saying the roof and floor
feld, who is charged with have killed Zinn. Conway
century-old warehouse had rotted, thanks to a
murder in the death of had recently been held
owned by a north Missis- leaking roof.
21-year-old Alexandria at the Lee County jail for
sippi city has collapsed.
“Ally” Kostial. 17 days on a bad check
The Northeast Mis-
Farese tells the North- sissippi Daily Journal
Mississippi woman charge. She was released
east Mississippi Daily reports the New Albany charged with murder in three days before her
Journal that he requested building fell down around fatal shooting death.
the bond hearing Wednes- 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. TUPELO — A Mis- It’s unclear if Zinn has
day after talks with Dis- Mark Greenwood, sissippi woman has been a lawyer, or if a judge has
trict Attorney Ben Creek- who lives next door, says charged with murder in a considered bail.
more’s office. Farese says the collapse “shook the fatal shooting.
he will request a “reason- ground like an earth- Tupelo police tell news
able bond” during the quake.” outlets they arrested
Aug. 22 hearing. No one was injured. 30-year-old Ambra Zinn
Kostial’s body was Union County Heri- on Wednesday and also
found July 20 near a lake tage Museum Director charged her with false
about 30 miles from the Jill Smith said the muse- pretense in the death of
university’s campus in um bought the building 51-year-old Kelly Conway.
Oxford. Her funeral was about a month ago and Conway’s body was

Chase
Continued from Page 1A
Vernon and Phillips Hill County, Alabama while been put on administra-
roads at about 9:30 p.m. going speeds of more tive leave, which typically
Wednesday. When the than 90 mph, the release only happens in a police
deputy suspected Pre- said. At one point during shooting with injuries.
stridge was driving under the chase, authorities Prestridge is currently
the influence, Prestridge said, he attempted to run in the custody of Pickens
fled the traffic stop in his over a Lowndes County County Sheriff’s Office
vehicle, according to a deputy which resulted in
but will be extradited to
Lowndes County Sheriff’s a deputy firing shots. Pre-
Lowndes County where
Office press release. stridge later stopped his
The press release said vehicle on Highway 182 he is expected to face
Prestridge pulled over a East where both Lown- charges of felony fleeing
second time on Highway des County and Pickens and eluding law enforce-
182 East but fled again County deputies took him ment. PCSO is currently
after “a brief altercation into custody. investigating crimes re-
with deputies.” Chief Deputy Greg lated to the chase which
Prestridge took High- Wright said the deputy occurred in their jurisdic-
way 182 East into Pickens who fired shots has not tion.

Shooting
Continued from Page 1A
Investigators have not taken to the state medical the shooting will be pre-
arrested the son and no examiner’s office in Pearl sented to a grand jury in
charges have been filed at for autopsy. Lowndes County for “pos-
this time. The results of LC- sible criminal charges,”
Baptist’s body will be SO’s investigation into the press release said.

Correction
■ In Thursday’s edition, The Dispatch incorrectly spelled the name of Kim Du
Boise, a photograph conservator who will assess photos for restoration in collec-
tions housed at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library. The Dispatch regrets this
error.

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Voice of the people
Fiber to the home internet
A salute goes out to Tallahatchie Valley EPA, Tombig-
bee EPA, Prentiss County EPA, and Alcorn EPA. These
Northeast Mississippi Electrical Cooperatives have taken
the initiative to bring Fiber to the Home internet to their
member-owners. In my opinion Fiber to the Home is one of
the most important issues of our time, rivaling the electri-
fication of rural America in the 1930s. Education, health-
care, agriculture, realty, and other businesses will benefit
from the advanced features and speed of fiber-based
broadband. Senior citizens and other patients will benefit
from telehealth by connecting rural healthcare providers
with doctors and specialists in more urban locations.
Through distance learning, educational opportunities will
present themselves as students will be able to connect to
educational hubs at schools and remotely take classes with
teachers and professors teaching online and interacting
directly with students.
On the realty front, home values will increase, and
homeowner prospects will be more likely to consider the
area for relocation. Work from home professionals and
entrepreneurs have a chance to live where they want and
conduct business online. Home entertainment options con-
tinue to grow in the broadband-based market with stream-
ing becoming the normal rather than the exception.
The possibilities are endless with a fiber-based broad-
band network, which is the gold standard of internet
delivery. The very future of our children, grandchildren
and beyond will depend upon the decision that is made by
the Monroe County Electric Power Association Board of
Directors in the coming days concerning the adoption of a
broadband-based internet service for our member-owned
Cooperative. I call on the Board to immediately adopt a
resolution to move forward with the installation of a broad-
band network within the service area of the Cooperative.
Gerald Weathers
Amory

An alternative to tightening down on absentee ballots


What if, instead of tightening down, Mississippi loos-
ened up?
What if, instead of having people running around trying
to get people to sign up for an absentee ballot, and then
trying to influence their vote, every active registered
voter got their ballot delivered to them, automatically, a
few weeks before Election Day, and had multiple ways to
return it (US Mail, 24x7 secure drop boxes, staffed vote
centers for those who needed assistance or needed acces-
sibility options).
Well, we actually know the answer, because that is how
elections work for all citizens in Colorado, Oregon, Utah,
Washington, Hawaii in 2020 and most of California’s voters
in 2020. It’s called “Vote at Home.” Arizona and Montana
follow a similar path with about 70% of their voters signed
up for “permanent absentee.” Nebraska will have 11 coun-
ties on the 100% vote at home model for 2020. North Dako-
ta does this for 30 counties, too. And these states show no
higher, and often lower incidence of election shenanigans,
per the Heritage Foundation’s research.
Notice that the states above are red, purple and blue.
No political bias here when it comes to voter engagement.
And speaking of engagement, Colorado, Montana, Ore-
gon and Washington consistently see some of the highest
voter turnout in the country. Utah had the largest increase
between 2014 and 2018 after rolling out their “vote at
home” model. A great reference on this is the Nonprofit
Vote “America Goes to the Polls 2018” report. It showed
three policies that drive higher voter engagement: Vote at
Home, same day registration, and automatic voter registra-
tion.
In contrast, Mississippi ranked a lowly 47th in voter
turnout in 2018. “Tightening down” on mailed-out ballots
will not improve that result, even with an improvement in
early in-person voting. While the state may not be ready
to jump from its current model all the way to full “vote at
home,” a simple step forward would be to remove the 65+
age waiver to qualify for an “absentee” ballot, and then
allow your citizens to check a box to always get their ballot
delivered to them unless they move out of state or change
their mind — aka: permanent absentee.
Gerry Langeler
Director of Communications & Research

Campaign 2020
Bernie Sanders needs a shot of dignity
I have never Elizabeth Warren, him. a bias,” according to campaign once the public understands
been a big fan of meanwhile, is al- Still, it was surprising to manager Faiz Shakir, as it would mean losing private
Bernie Sanders. His most nipping at his hear Sanders decry perse- reported by Politico. “There coverage. Warren does have an
authoritarian ten- heels. cution by The Washington is a sneering, contemptuous electoral advantage over Sand-
dencies and aggres- Sanders may do Post. Amazon paid no taxes disdain that infuses those com- ers in calling herself a capital-
sive attacks on any OK in the first two last year, he told a crowd in ments and a willingness to put ist as opposed to a socialist.
who would disagree contests, Iowa and New Hampshire. “And then I words into Bernie’s mouth that Her speeches are also less of a
have outweighed New Hampshire, wonder why The Washington he just didn’t use.” looping tape.
the good in him. where the liberal Post — which is owned by Jeff Whoa. Interestingly, though, more
The good is white gentry wields Bezos, who owns Amazon — The Post’s executive editor, Sanders supporters back Biden
his working-class many Democratic doesn’t write particularly good Marty Baron, would have none as their second choice than
voice, emphasis on votes. But he will articles about me.” of this. they do Warren. This may
economic issues Froma Harrop undoubtedly crash The Post publishes far less “Sen. Sanders is a member reflect Sanders’ populist appeal
and some solid in the Southern pri- good articles about Trump. of a large club of politicians — to working-class voters rather
ideas. But his recent lashing maries to follow, where African And Trump wields a far greater of every ideology — who com- than interest in his programs.
out at The Washington Post, Americans are the deciders. threat against Bezos’ business plain about their coverage,” Sanders was never much
where he accused the progres- Sanders generally does not interests than Sanders ever Baron said in a statement. of a team player in the Demo-
sive beacon of punishing him, bond with black voters, who could. The parallels between “Contrary to the conspiracy cratic Party. Indeed, he seeks
carried an air of populist para- tend to be more conservative. Trump and Sanders blaming theory the senator seems to the affiliation only when he’s
noia — so much so he’s being Quinnipiac puts him at only 8 liberal news sources for their favor, Jeff Bezos allows our running for office.
likened to Donald Trump. percent among black Demo- setbacks is pretty glaring. newsroom to operate with full Anyhow, his comet is on
Sanders’ day in the sun cratic primary voters. Trump issues frequent Tweets independence, as our reporters the way down. It’s legacy
was the 2016 presidential race Sanders did himself no against “the Amazon Washing- and editors can attest.” time. Sanders should stop the
when he seriously challenged good in 2016 when, having ton Post.” For the record, Biden re- angry thrashing and start a
Democratic front-runner been trounced by Clinton in But it’s not just The Post’s portedly isn’t so happy with his slow stroll for the gates with
Hillary Clinton for the party the Southern primaries, he picking on Sanders, accord- general coverage, either. dignity.
nomination. That day is past. waved away those contests as ing to his campaign. It’s “the Sanders supporters now Froma Harrop, a syndicated
Among Democrats, Sanders unimportant. In his worldview, media.” have Elizabeth Warren to columnist, writes for the Provi-
trails Joe Biden by 13 per- what helps him matters. What “The hyperoverreaction carry the torch on such ideas dence (Rhode Island) Journal.
centage points, according to a doesn’t help him doesn’t mat- from many in the media to Sen- as “Medicare for All.” Not that Her e-mail address is fharrop@
recent Morning Consult poll. ter. You’re for him or against ator Sanders’ critique reveals it’s wise politics. It polls poorly gmail.com.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Friday, August 16, 2019 5A

Obituaries
Continued from Page 2A
Grover Jackson Alabama, Lann Hard- Vinewood Ln., Aber- In addition to her
ABERDEEN — Gro- ware, Jackson’s Texaco deen, MS 39730. parents, she was pre-
ver William Jackson, 89, Station and Northeast ceded in death by her
died Aug. 15, 2019. Mississippi Butane Gas Precilla Hinson husband, King Hinson;
A Celebration of and was owner and MACON — Precilla daughter, Emma Mary
operator of Jackson’s Hinson, 92, died Aug. 5, Jones; and sisters,
Life service will be
Heating and Cooling. 2019, at Baptist Memo- Louise Smith and Lillie
held at 11 a.m. Sat-
He served as a member rial Hospi- Tate.
urday at Friendship
of the Aberdeen Board tal-Golden
Baptist Church. Burial
of Alderman and was a Triangle.
will follow at Durrett member of Friendship
Memorial Cemetery at Services
Baptist Church.
Quincy. Visitation will will be
In addition to his
be one hour prior to the at 1 p.m.
parents, he was preced-
service at the church. ed in death by his infant Saturday at
Tisdale-Lann Memo- son; sisters, Bell Perry, Spring Hill Hinson
rial Funeral Home of Zula Mae Tucker Coker Primitive
Aberdeen is in charge and Beatrice Plunkett; Baptist
of arrangements. and brother, Nathaniel Church, with the Rev.
Mr. Jackson was Jackson. Walter Lowery Jr.
born July 8, 1930, in He is survived by his officiating. Burial will
Monroe County, to the wife, Deloris; daugh- follow at the church
late Grover Cleveland ters, Barbara Maddox cemetery. Visitation is
Jackson and Mellie from 1-5 p.m. Friday Pamela Pevey
and Linda Blackwell; Visitation:
Josephine Jackson. He sisters, Beulah Tucker at Lee-Sykes Funeral Friday, Aug. 16 • 1 -2 PM
was a 1950 graduate of and Josephine Hudson; Home. Lee-Sykes Fu- 2nd Ave. North Location
Memorial Service:
Becker High School four grandchildren; and neral Home of Macon Friday, Aug. 16 • 2 PM
and was a U.S. Air five great-grandchil- is in charge of arrange- 2nd Ave. North Location
Force veteran. He was dren. ments.

Joseph Lewis Fant, III


formerly employed with Memorials may be Mrs. Hinson was Joe Fant
Hayes Aircraft Corpo- made to Friendship born Oct. 1, 1926, in Visitation:
Saturday, Aug. 17 • 10-11 AM
ration in Birmingham, Baptist Church, 206 Noxubee County. Carolyn’s Room At
First U. M. Church Joseph Lewis Fant, III (Ma-
Memorial Service: jor General, US Army-Retired),
Saturday, Aug. 17 • 11 AM
First U. M. Church
91, passed away on August 14,
Graveside Service: 2019, at Baptist Memorial Hos-
Private pital in Columbus.
Source confirmed in Legionnaires’ outbreak at Atlanta hotel 2nd Ave. North Location
Following a private graveside
Thursday and has been
service, a memorial service will
The Associated Press day that the bacteria were
present in the Sheraton cleared to reopen. Hotel be held at First United Meth-
ATLANTA — The Geor- Atlanta’s cooling tower and management conducted odist Church on Saturday, Au-
gia Department of Public in a decorative fountain in an extensive remediation gust 17, at 11:00 AM. Visitation
Health has confirmed the the atrium. The hotel has of the water distribution will be one hour prior to the service in Carolyn’s
source of a deadly Legion- been closed for about a system. memorialgunterpeel.com Room at the church. Memorial Gunter Peel Fu-
naires’ disease outbreak at month since the first cases Health officials have neral Home, 2nd Ave. North location, is in charge
a downtown Atlanta hotel. were confirmed. confirmed 13 cases of Le- of arrangements.
According to news out- Health officials say the gionnaires’ disease. Born and raised in Columbus, Joe Fant was the
lets, officials said Thurs- hotel passed an inspection son of the late Julia Brazeale Fant and the late Jo-
seph Lewis Fant, Jr. He graduated from S.D. Lee
High School and completed a 2-year associates
degree from Marion Military Institute in Mari-
on, AL. He received an appointment to the U.S.
Military Academy at West Point and graduated
in 1951. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant
in the U.S. Army, he rose to the rank of Major
General during his 38-year career as an artillery
officer. He served in the Korean Conflict and
Vietnam. A Master Parachutist, Joe held lead-
ership positions in the 101st Airborne Division,
82nd Airborne Division, I Corps, Second Unit-
ed States Army, and U.S. Readiness Command
among others. He also served on the staffs of

Virginia Eselin
the Army Chief of Staff and the Secretary of the
Army. He earned a master’s degree and a doc-
torate in English from The University of Penn-
Virginia Eselin of Columbus, sylvania. While teaching English at West Point,
MS, age 83, passed away on he was responsible for arranging the visit of No-
Aug. 13, 2019, in Arlington, TX. bel Laureate William Faulkner to the Academy,
Funeral services will be on an experience he detailed in the book, Faulkner
Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, at Noon at West Point, which he co-edited. His military
at St. John’s Episcopal, with awards include the Distinguished Service Med-
visitation one hour prior. al, 2 Legion of Merits, 2 Bronze Star Medals, 4
www.obryantokeefe.com Meritorious Service Medals, and 2 Air Medals.
After his retirement from the U.S. Army, MG
Fant served as president of his alma mater, Mari-
Paid Obituary - O’Bryant-O’Keefe Funeral Home on Military Institute, from 1990-1994.
At the completion of this assignment, Joe re-

James Harrison
turned to his beloved hometown and remained
active serving church and community. He served
on the board of First Columbus National Bank,
James Ronald “Ronny” was board president of Greater Columbus Learn-
Harrison, 72, passed away on ing Center, and a past president of Town & Tow-

Jack H. Michels August 12, 2019, at his resi- er. He was honored by the Mississippi Economic
dence. Council and commended by the Mississippi Leg-
A visitation will be held on islature as a distinguished Mississippian. He also
Jack H. Michels, of Jackson, Saturday, August 17, 2019, served on the Mississippi Humanities Council
Michigan, formerly of Lake from 10:00-11:00 AM at Lown- and was a member of the Mississippi State His-
Orion, Michigan, went home des Funeral Home, followed torical Society. He was active in the local chapter
to be with his Lord on Monday, immediately by a memorial of Sons of the American Revolution, Pushmataha
August 12, 2019, at Michigan service at 11:00 AM from the Council of BSA, Rotary Club, Exchange Club, and
Medicine, at the age of 71. funeral home chapel, with the Masons (32nd degree). A life-long member of
Jack was the son of Howard Bro. Bobby Patrick officiating. First United Methodist Church in Columbus, Joe
Anthony and Joyce Elaine Mr. Harrison was born September 04, 1946, in was a faithful member of the Lewis Fellowship
(Philips), born February 25, Columbus, MS, to the late James Harold Harri- Class, where he taught Sunday School. He was a
1948, in Lake Orion, Michigan. son and Catherine Burgin. He served his country certified lay speaker and served as chair of Staff/
He is survived by his loving while enlisted in the United States Navy. He was Parish Committee, Lay Leader, and was active in
wife of 44 years, Linda (Oglesby) Michels; a lifetime resident of Columbus and had retired the Emmaus Community.
daughter, Leigh (Shane) Goodell and their in 2008 as the Chief Examiner for the Depart- Joe Fant is survived by his wife of 64 years, Car-
children, Caleb, Mitzi Grace, Addison, and Cole; ment of Banking and Consumer Finance for the olyn Watkins Fant. He is also survived by their
two brothers, Barry (Barb) Michels and Joseph State of Mississippi. A Baptist by faith, he was a children: Carolyn F. Ludlam and husband, Steve,
(Kim) Michels; sister, Michelle Michels; and member of Mt Vernon Church. He loved to trav- of Jackson, MS; Lynn F. Durant and husband,
numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. el, enjoyed riding motorcycles and working in his George, of Mandeville, LA; and Joseph L. Fant,
Jack was preceded in death by his daughter, yard. A fun-loving family man, he enjoyed spend- IV of Cashiers, NC. Surviving grandchildren are
Mitzi Pauline Michels; his parents; brother, ing time with his family, including his furry fam- Steven Ludlam and wife, Sara, of Nashville, TN;
Howard Michels II; and his mother-in-law and ily members. Julia Ludlam of Birmingham, AL; Ross Durant
father-in-law, Samuel and Pauline Oglesby. Mr. Harrison is preceded in death by his fa- of Dallas, TX; Katherine Durant of New Orleans,
Jack was a graduate of Lake Orion High ther, James Harold Harrison; his mother and LA; Hutton F. Harsh and husband, Carter, of Bir-
School and Lawrence Technological University stepfather, Catherine and William G. Burgin, Jr.; mingham, AL; Emily Fant of Atlanta, GA; Adair
with his Bachelor of Science degree, where he brother, Billy Harrison; and stepsister, Susan B. Fant of Ponte Vedra, FL; and great-grandson,
was Valedictorian of his class. He retired form Rutledge. Hanley Ludlam of Nashville.
Walker/Tenneco Automotive after 30 years He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Pam In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memori-
of service. He then became North American Middleton Harrison; son, Lance (Jordan) Harri- als to First Columbus United Methodist Church:
President of SAFFIL. Jack dearly loved spending son of Athens, AL; siblings, Robert “Bob” (Peg- P.O. Box 32 Columbus, MS 39703 or The Salva-
time with his family, especially his grandchildren gy) Burgin, William “Bill” G. (Terri) Burgin, III tion Army Columbus: P.O. Box 8, Columbus, MS
and was an avid University of Michigan football and Helen B. (Eric) Jensen; cousin, Cheri (Tony) 39703.
fan. Smith; brother-in-law, Allen (Debbie) Middleton;
A visitation celebration will be held at the and nieces and nephews, Sean (Danielle) Harri-
Watson Funeral Chapel in Jackson, on Thursday, son, Ansley, Lacey and Sean Jr. Harrison, Paige
August 15, 2019, from 5:00–7:00 PM. A graveside Cassel, Haley Cummings and Josh Woodard.
service with be held at Oak Lawn Memorial Honorary Pallbearers will be Frank Loftis,
Gardens in Aberdeen, Mississippi, on Saturday, Sign the online guest book at
Bobby Garner, Bobby Patrick, Allen Middleton, www.memorialgunterpeel.com
August 17, 2019, at 5:00 PM, under the care of Tony Smith and Steve West.
Tisdale-Lann Memorial Funeral Home, 100 W. 716 Second Avenue North • Columbus, MS
The family asks that in lieu of flowers, memo-
Washington, Aberdeen, Mississippi 39730. rial contributions be made to the Palmer Home,
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may P.O. Box 746, Columbus, MS 39703.
be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,
501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Compliments of If you don’t read The Dispatch,
Lowndes Funeral Home how are you gonna know?
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Food programs
Continued from Page 1A
Both programs buy the Lee Burdine, the serving and who “have to fend for of 16, so they will each
food from the Mississippi chair at Columbus’ First themselves” on weekends, have enough food and not
Food Network, a Jack- United Methodist Church, Gooch said. have to share, Gooch said.
son-based food bank. The just a few blocks south of Three organizations The program also puts to-
Starkville program is en- school. administer the Starkville gether backpacks full of
tering its eighth year and “We would love to program while Tomlinson, supplies including gloves,
the Columbus program is e x p a n d the 2018 recipient of the toothbrushes, Chapstick
entering its sixth. throughout statewide Volunteer Mis- and other non-food items
Teachers make their C olu mbus , sissippi Outstanding Hu- children might need over
best efforts to be discrete, but we’re manitarian Award, over- the weeks of Christmas
putting the food in the just tak- sees the entire thing. The break.
children’s backpacks on ing this on First United Methodist Gooch said backpack
Fridays when the students (right now),” Church administers the meal programs build
are out of the classrooms, Burdine program for kids in pre-K stronger relationships be-
but the recipients know said. Burdine through fourth grade, the tween students and teach-
and appreciate where the T h e Starkville Junior Auxiliary ers, and Childress said
food comes from, said Ter- Starkville program pro- works with fifth graders they build a connection
rie Gooch, a physical edu- vided almost 6,400 meals and the Church of Christ between school and home.
cation teacher at Franklin. to Oktibbeha County stu- on Lee Boulevard works Both said the confidential-
“I can see it in their dents during the 2018-19 with sixth through eighth ity of the programs is vital
eyes, some- school year, Tomlinson grade. so students are not stig-
thing that’s said. Meals cost the organi- matized or embarrassed.
grateful and Ashley Childress has zations $4 each — though This is Sudduth prin-
relieved been a counselor at Sud- recipients don’t pay a dime cipal Morgan Abraham’s
that there’s duth Elementary School — and all the food is non- first year at SOCSD, but
help,” she in Starkville for three perishable and contained she said she has seen chil-
said. years and said she has in packaging safe for chil- dren benefit from back-
Teachers seen firsthand the pro- dren as young as pre-K, pack meal programs in
and counsel- Gooch gram’s positive impact on Tomlinson said. The pro- other areas.
ors identify those students. gram holds a monthly “That is the highlight
eligible children every Au- “When their nutrition- food pantry for families to of their Fri-
gust and refer them to the al needs are met, they’re get an extra bag of grocer- day,” said
programs so they can start happier and healthier and ies for eight months every Abraham,
receiving food in Septem- more excited to come to year. who came
ber. Eligibility has to come school,” Childress said. The program runs on to Starkville
from a faculty recommen- “They don’t have to wor- volunteer work and do- from the Tu-
dation, not from a parental ry about the weekend and nations, and it recently pelo Public
request, to ensure that the being hungry because received a grant from the School Dis-
children in the most need they’re able to pretty national Emergency Food trict. “It’s a Abraham
receive those four meals much feed themselves, and Shelter Program, very excit-
every week, said Susan and they’re coming back Tomlinson said. ing time for them.”
Tomlinson, the Starkville the next week full and Some Franklin stu- To donate or volunteer
program coordinator. ready to learn.” dents receive more than with the program, contact
The program at Frank- The program is aimed one meal if they have sib- FUMC in Starkville at
lin benefits about 70 to 90 at children whose par- lings at home or at anoth- 662-323-5722 or Colum-
students per week, said ents might not be present er school under the age bus at 662-328-5252.

Internet
Continued from Page 1A
Brooks recalled a recent ther provides fiber optic (and) we put all the infor- will not be assessed and
time when a concerned gigabit services. Rep- mation into the decision C Spire representatives
citizen approached him resentatives from Spar- making and that’s how we will not use such a strin-
because she did not have klight and AT&T did not make a determination.” gent fiberhood model.
reliable internet and it comment before press Miller added those Miller said local internet
was affecting her career. time today. interested in receiving providers in Starkville
He said he hopes C Spire According to company higher speed internet can enhanced and increased
can reach those custom- websites, AT&T offers up register their address on- their services after C
ers in the county strug- to 18 megabits per-sec- line at www.cspire.com/ Spire entered the market,
gling with reliable inter- ond. Sparklight offers fiber. in an effort to compete.
net access. speeds up to 300 mega- “Even though a re- Specifically, MaxxSouth
“I think to be able to bits per-second. sponse will come back bought Metrocast and
expand internet systems A gigabit represents saying we are not build- introduced gigabit speed
is a major plus,” Brooks 1,000 megabits. ing in that area, we take internet briefly after C
said. “It’s going to help C Spire currently of- that data and that resi- Spire began laying its in-
facilitate economic devel- fers internet in Lowndes dence becomes a pin on frastructure.
opment and growth.” County through custom- the map,” Miller said. “If “All the communities
Board of Supervisors ers’ wireless cell phone we get enough pins with- we’ve gone into, we really
President Harry Sand- service. in a geographical area, feel like we’ve improved
ers agreed there’s a gap Miller said that a time- that triggers our poten- the quality of service, not
between some county frame is not set for bring- tial interest in building just by what we provide
residents and affordable ing gigabit service to there.” but providing competi-
internet options. Lowndes County, but the
tion,” Miller said. “The
“It can’t do anything process begins with the
but improve things,” county’s franchise agree- The Starkville blueprint ultimate beneficiary is
The Golden Triangle is consumers. They get
Sanders said. “I think it’s ment. C Spire representa-
no stranger to fiber optics more choice. They often
a good deal. I think this is tives will start canvassing
and researching “target- and gigabit internet, with get better services and
going to be a way to get Starkville being one of more value.”
ed” areas to decide where
rural access to internet.” the first cities in Missis- Starkville was suc-
infrastructure will begin.
“We basically go into sippi to receive gigabit cessful, he added, with
What’s a gigabit? areas and we do the re- speed internet. infrastructure set up in
Dave Miller, spokes- search and we figure C Spire’s process has nearly all neighborhoods
person for C Spire, said out if there’s interest changed slightly since that wanted the fiber op-
the gigabit per-second there and we make the Starkville’s journey be- tic service. The excep-
speeds will lessen buffer- ultimate decision if we gan in 2013. Originally, tion was residential areas
ing for internet usage and decide to build directly,” neighborhoods signed highly populated by col-
allow multiple devices to Miller said. “We are de- up for high-speed inter- lege students who were
use the internet at one termining areas we be- net interest and supplied moving in and out.
time without the typical lieve, based on research, a refundable $10 fee to “Every other area
hang-ups. Gigabit inter- statistics and informa- C Spire. Once nearly 50 where there was a large
net is up to 10 times faster tion, there’s a need for percent of houses in a residential population
than the national average broadband. We talk to designated “fiberhood” that wasn’t transient in
for internet speed. homeowners association, registered, the compa- the city we built out,”
Currently, AT&T and talk to the chambers (of ny would start build- Miller said. “If you were
Sparklight both offer in- commerce), we talk to the ing infrastructure and interested in those ser-
ternet services through- elected officials, we talk providing services. In vices, we provided them
out the county, but nei- to local organizations Lowndes County that fee in those areas.”
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PREP SOCCER

Youth shines
Bock maintains steady play
in Starkville Academy win
BY BEN PORTNOY
bportnoy@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — Standing along the


Starkville Academy sideline Thursday af-
ternoon a teensy voice rung out.
“Remember, everyone watch the
game!”
The Volunteers (1-3) didn’t necessarily
need to be reminded their game against
Senatobia-based Magnolia Heights (0-4)
was seconds from kickoff. Rather, it was
a hint for the wandering, youthful minds
along the bench to keep focused through-
out.
Boasting a roster with just two se-
niors and 10 seventh and eighth graders,
Starkville Academy is desperately lack-
ing in experience. It didn’t matter Thurs-
day as the Volunteers raced to a 5-0 victo-
ry over the Chiefs.
“It hasn’t been as much of a struggle
as most people would think,” Starkville
Academy coach John Morgan said. “And I
think a lot of that has to do with the leader-
ship that we have. I think the young girls
really look up to the older ones and the
older ones are really taking the banner
Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch
and saying, ‘Hey, follow me.’”
Starkville Academy’s Kaitlyn Bock (1), center Sideline antics aside, the Volunteers of- Starkville Academy’s Meri Laci Archer (25), blocks
shoots a goal ahead of a Magnolia Heights the ball with her body ahead of a Magnolia Heights
defender during the first half of their soccer match fered an offensive onslaught in the open- defender during the second half of their soccer
Thursday afternoon in Starkville. See STARKVILLE ACADEMY, 2B match Thursday afternoon in Starkville.

Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch


LEFT: Starkville Academy’s Riley Dowell (10), shoots a goal ahead of a Magnolia Heights defender during the first half of their soccer match Thursday
afternoon in Starkville. RIGHT: Starkville Academy’s Anna Card (00), kicks the ball ahead of a Magnolia Heights defender during the second half of their
soccer match Thursday afternoon in Starkville.

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: METS 10, BRAVES 8


Alonso ties NL rookie HR record as Mets beat Braves
‘It’s incredible. It’s hard to put in words, five
knocks as a rookie. It seems like he’s
on everything, barreling everything.’
Mets starter Marcus Stroman said of Pete Alonso
The Associated Press “It seems like he’s on everything, barrel-
ing everything.”
ATLANTA — Pete Alonso and Amed Alonso’s first-inning homer carried
Rosario helped the New York Mets pile 451 feet before making a splash landing
up huge totals of hits and runs. in the pool behind the center-field wall.
The Mets needed Alonso’s 39th homer tied Cody Bell-
almost all of them
to hold off the ho- Inside
inger for the National League rookie
record. Bellinger hit 39 homers for the
mer-happy Atlanta n MLB Dodgers in 2017, the same year the Yan-
Braves. ROUNDUP:
Harper hits kees’ Aaron Judge set the major league
Alonso drove in six grand slam in
rookie mark with 52.
runs with five hits, 9th, Phillies
“I don’t stand alone,” Alonso said.
including a three-run rally past Cubs
“I’m tied. Hopefully I keep on going and
homer that helped 7-5. Page 3B
keep pushing forward. Hopefully I can
lead to Julio Teheran’s
shortest career start, stand alone in that category.”
and the Mets held on in the ninth inning Alonso set career highs for hits and
to beat the Braves 10-8 on Thursday RBIs.
night. The Mets had a season-high 23 hits.
Jason Getz/USA TODAY Sports “It’s incredible. It’s hard to put in Rosario’s career-high five hits included
New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso (20) hits an RBI single in the seventh words, five knocks as a rookie,” Mets two doubles, two singles and a triple . It
inning against the Atlanta Braves at SunTrust Park. starter Marcus Stroman said of Alonso. See Braves, 2B
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Braves
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was the first time in franchise his-
tory the Mets had more than one
player with five hits.
“That’s nuts. That’s crazy,” Alon-
so said when told about the duo set-
ting Mets history. “I think all of us
kind of fed off Amed today.”
Wilson Ramos added four hits.
New York won despite giving up
six homers, including three in the
ninth. Freddie Freeman and Josh
Donaldson each hit his second ho-
mer of the game in the inning and
Ronald Acuña Jr. hit a two-run shot
— all against Drew Gagnon.
Edwin Díaz walked Brian Mc-
Cann before striking out Ender In-
ciarte for his 25th save.
Stroman (7-11) allowed three
runs, two earned, on four hits in
5 1/3 innings. The right-hander
earned his first win in three starts
since being traded to New York
from Toronto on July 28.
Stroman gave up homers to Matt
Joyce in the fourth and Donaldson
in the sixth.
New York, trying to stay close
Jason Getz/USA TODAY Sports
in the NL wild-card race, snapped
Atlanta Braves third baseman Josh Donaldson (20) hugs New York Mets
a three-game losing streak that in- starting pitcher Marcus Stroman (7) after Stroman made it to third base in
cluded the first two games of the the fifth inning at SunTrust Park.
series.
Teheran (7-8) walked three work supports hopes he won’t miss warning track before pausing and
straight batters to force in a run in more than 10 days with his second throwing the ball back to the infield
the second. He left the game after IL stint this season with the same as fans cheered.
giving up a run-scoring single to injury. “Kind of dramatic,” Braves man-
Ramos. Teheran recorded only four Braves: SS Dansby Swanson ager Brian Snitker said of the brief
outs while giving up eight hits and (right foot contusion) hasn’t been uncertainty about the catch. “Good
six runs. cleared to run but took fielding for him. It’s entertainment.”
“My command wasn’t there,” practice from his knees before the UP NEXT
Teheran said, adding he’ll try to game. It’s the same drill regular- n Mets: RHP Noah Synder-
quickly move past the ugly outing. ly used by third base coach Ron gaard (8-5, 3.89) will make his first
“I’m just going to put it in a bag and Washington with infielders. Swan- start against the Royals since 2016
concentrate on the next one.” son, who also played catch in the when the Mets open a three-game
Todd Frazier’s third-inning ho- outfield, has been out since July 24. series at Kansas City on Friday
mer off Josh Tomlin increased New TEHERAN’S NEMESIS night. Syndergaard gave up three
York’s lead to 7-0. n Teheran fell to 1-2 in four runs in six innings in a 4-3 win in
Alonso drove in two runs with a starts against the Mets this season, the 2016 start.
fifth-inning single off Tomlin and including three straight in which n Braves: RHP Mike Soroka
added a run-scoring single off An- he failed to last longer than four in- (10-2, 2.32) will make his first start
thony Swarzak in the seventh. nings. against Los Angeles when Atlanta
TRAINER’S ROOM CATCH OF THE DAY opens a three-game series against
n Mets: Only one day after he n Acuña robbed J.D. Davis of a Kenta Maeda and the Dodgers on
was placed on the 10-day IL with homer in the sixth by leaping and Friday night. The matchup of di-
a mild left hamstring strain, 2B reaching above the yellow line atop vision leaders is a rematch of the
Jeff McNeil jogged in the outfield the left-field wall for a catch. Acuña 2018 NL Division Series won by the
before batting practice. McNeil’s landed in a sitting position on the Dodgers.

Starkville Academy
Continued from Page 1B
ing half of action. the box into the top right
Freshman Riley Dow- corner.
ell notched the first goal The final goal of the
of the afternoon as she day came from Dowell,
corralled a caroming ball her second tally of the
in the middle of the box. match, off a corner kick
Taking one dribble and delivery from Heflin.
firing — Dowell sent the After dropping their
ball past the goalie and first three games of the
into the right side of the season to reigning state
net. champ Pillow Academy,
Along the bench, ad- state semifinalist Lamar
olescent minds mean- and perennial power Jack-
dered a touch in between son Academy, the Volun-
scores. teers are stepping into
“Hey there’s my mom’s Jim Lytle/Special to the Dispatch their own.
car!,” seventh grader Ri- Starkville Academy coach John Morgan talks with “Those are power-
ley Fisher noted. “Aw, she Erin Lyle (7) during the second half of their soccer house schools,” Morgan
missed the goal.” match against Magnolia Heights Thursday afternoon in said. “But it’s a chance for
Entering the middle Starkville. a lot of these young girls
stages of the first half, third goal of the frame as er senior Meri Lacy Ar- to dive into the fire and
junior Kaitlyn Bock dou- she possessed another cher moved into the field. build.”
bled the Volunteers’ lead. loose ball. Sending a float- “I love playing every With the victory
As seventh grader Ma- ing shot toward the center position,” she said. “I can Starkville Academy
cie Reed tore down the far marches into next week’s
of the cage, the ball lifted play anywhere that coach
sideline, a Chiefs defend- rematch against Magno-
just over the outstretched asks me to. I don’t mind.”
er poked the ball away. lia Heights with another
Stopping and collecting, hands of the Magnolia The Volunteers add- game of experience in
Bock gathered the loose Heights keeper to put the ed two more goals in the tow.
ball. Unmarked enter- game out of reach. second half. Sophomore “We really worked
ing the penalty area, she Following a second Anna Clair Heflin scored hard to get to this point,”
smoked it into the bottom half break, Bock slid into the first of the frame, Bock said. “So I’m just
left corner of the goal. 2-0. goal for the final few min- striking a right-footed glad we can walk off with
Bock also notched the utes of the game as start- ball from the top left of a ‘W.’”
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Friday, August 16, 2019 3B

MLB Roundup
SPORTS BRIEFS
Recreational soccer registration
Registration for the CSO-CRD fall recreational soccer
league closes Saturday, August 17th. Players can register
online at https://columbusmssoccer.org/ or in person at the
Harper hits grand slam in 9th, Phillies rally past Cubs 7-5
Propst Park Office. Registration can also be done in person
By The Associated Press Didi Gregorius, Gary Mallex Smith stole two Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger for
at the Soccer Field Day from 9-11 am at the downtown soccer Sánchez and Gleyber Torres bases, giving him 34, the the overall major league hom-
complex. Games and soccer activities will be provided for all PHILADELPHIA — homered for New York. most in the majors. The Mar- ers lead and reaching anoth-
players. The event is free. For further information contact Tom Bryce Harper blasted a grand n Reds 2, Cardinals 1: iners won two of three after er franchise milestone.
Velek at tvelek@yahoo.com or call 662-327-4935. slam with one out in the ninth CINCINNATI — Sonny Gray losing eight of their previous The two-time AL MVP be-
inning, capping a six-run ral- struck out 10 while pitching nine. came the fastest player to 40
CSO to hold soccer coaching clinic for new coaches ly that sent the Philadelphia five scoreless innings, and Detroit finished 4-7 on its homers in Angels history and
Each year, dozens of parents are asked to coach their Phillies over the Chicago Cincinnati held off St. Louis. 11-game homestand to fall
child’s soccer team. Some have never coached, some have
the fifth-fastest in the majors
never played soccer. Many are worried and reluctant to do
Cubs 7-5 Thursday night for Gray, Robert Stephenson, to 17-43 at home. The Ti- in this century by reaching
so. Saturday, CSO will hold “The Reluctant Soccer Coaches a three-game sweep. Michael Lorenzen and Rai- gers need to win five of their the mark in 123 games — 13
Clinic” for parents and family members who want to learn more Harper delivered his big- sel Iglesias combined for a last 21 games at Comerica fewer than Troy Glaus need-
about coaching, ask questions, and become less reluctant to gest hit yet in his first season two-hitter. Iglesias surren- Park to avoid becoming the ed for the Halos in 2000.
coach. The session will be held from 9am-9.45am as part of with the Phillies, celebrat- dered Kolten Wong’s check- first team to lose 60 times at
the recreational soccer field day at the downtown complex. José Abreu hit two homers
There is no charge for this session. For more information
ing while running around swing RBI double in the ninth home. for the White Sox.
contact Tom Velek at tvelek@yahoo.com. the bases and then getting before retiring pinch-hitter Tommy Milone (2-7) al- Justin Upton hit a three-
mobbed by teammates at the Matt Wieters to finish his lowed two runs and six hits in run homer and drove in four
Five Bulldogs named preseason All-SEC plate. 24th save. four innings. runs, David Fletcher hit a
Five Mississippi State Bulldogs were recognized as Cubs starter Yu Darvish Nick Senzel and Eugenio Tigers starter Spencer tiebreaking two-run single
members of the 2019 Preseason Coaches All-SEC Team on struck out 10, silencing Phil- Suárez each drove in a run Turnbull (3-11) allowed three and Hansel Robles earned
Thursday. adelphia’s bats for seven in- for Cincinnati, which stopped runs and six hits in five in- his 17th save as the Angels
MSU’s selections were highlighted by defensive team cap- nings a night after the Phil- a four-game slide. nings. Turnbull struck out earned their fourth win in six
tain Erroll Thompson, who earned first-team honors. Center
Darryl Williams and cornerback Cameron Dantzler garnered lies scored 11 runs in former St. Louis had won five in seven batters in the first three games.
second-team honors and running back Kylin Hill and defensive manager Charlie Manuel’s a row to move into a virtual innings, but only retired the Heaney (2-3) yielded three
end Chauncey Rivers landed on the third team. debut as hitting coach. tie with Chicago for the NL side in order in the first. The runs in his first victory since
A smart, instinctive and hard-hitting linebacker, Thompson But the Phillies rallied Central lead. The Cubs had Mariners put two runners June, striking out six and
enters his junior season with 133 total tackles, including 14.5 against Chicago’s bullpen a chance to move in front on in the second and scored walking none.
for loss and six sacks, in 26 games played. He has started
and moved within one game again, but they lost 7-5 at Phil- three runs in the third.
16 straight contests, including all 13 games last season for n Giants 7, Diamond-
the nation’s top-ranked defense. Last season, Thompson of the Cubs for the second adelphia on Bryce Harper’s n Twins 13, Rangers 6: backs 0: PHOENIX — Evan
ranked second on the team in total tackles (87), tied for third in wild-card spot in the NL. game-ending grand slam. ARLINGTON, Texas — Luis Longoria had a 412-foot ho-
tackles for loss (9.0), added 3.5 sacks and collected a pair of Ranger Suarez (4-1) Gray (8-6) walked three Arraez hit the first of three
interceptions. He earned second-team All-SEC honors from mer among his three hits and
tossed two scoreless innings and hit a batter while throw- more homers by Minnesota
The Associated Press for his efforts. The Florence, Alabama, four RBIs, Dereck Rodriguez
to earn the win. ing 97 pitches. in a win over Texas.
product was voted the defensive team captain for the 2019 pitched seven strong innings
season and is also an early candidate for the Bednarik Award, Pedro Strop (2-5) took the n Marlins 13, Dodgers Miguel Sanó and Eddie
in his first day back in the ma-
Butkus Award and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy. loss. 1: MIAMI —Miami turned Rosario also went deep for
jors and San Francisco beat
Williams is a preseason All-American and the Bulldogs’ Kyle Schwarber slammed the tables on Los Angeles, Minnesota (73-48), which
offensive team captain. He moved from left guard to center Arizona.
his 100th career homer and winning despite giving up maintained a half-game lead
during spring drills to replace second-round draft pick and Longoria had a two-run
All-American Elgton Jenkins. The Outland and Rimington team-high 28th this season, four home runs, including over Cleveland for the AL
and Anthony Rizzo hit his single off Alex Young (4-3) in
trophies candidate allowed only one sack, three quarterback Cody Bellinger’s 40th. Central lead. Marwin Gonza-
22nd homer. the first inning and hit a two-
hits and five hurries for just nine total pressures in 2018, The Dodgers increased lez had a pair of RBI singles
according to Pro Football Focus. The Bessemer, Alabama, n Indians 19, Yankees their homer total this week among his four hits. run homer off Young to cap a
native was the No. 5 overall graded guard in the SEC by PFF 5: NEW YORK — Jose at pitcher-friendly Marlins Michael Pineda (8-5) three-run fifth as the Giants
last season (71.1) and had the no. 5 best pass blocking grade
Ramirez hit two early hom- Park to 14, a franchise record struck out six with one walk pulled even with Arizona in
(82.9). Williams enters his senior year with 25 starts in 32 the chase for an NL wild-card
games played. ers, including his first career for a three-game series. Max while allowing three runs
A preseason All-American, Dantzler ranked second in grand slam in a seven-run Muncy hit his 29th, Corey and six hits over five innings. spot.
the SEC last season among corners with a 41.1 passer rating opening inning, and Cleve- Seager his 12th and Kyle Gar- He threw 55 of 86 pitches for Rodriguez (5-6) retired
allowed, according to PFF. The Louisiana product was one of land pummeled New York. lick his third. strikes in his first start since the first 11 batters he faced
only four SEC cornerbacks that did not allowed a touchdown
Carlos Santana also Bellinger reached the 40 Aug. 1. Drew Smeltzer threw before Eduardo Escobar
(min. 345 coverage snaps played). A candidate for the Jim
launched two home runs as mark for the first time with a the final four innings for his lined a single to right field
Thorpe Award, Bednarik Award, Butkus Award and the Bronko
Nagurski Trophy, Dantzler also had a pair of interceptions and the Yankees matched a fran- three-run shot in the seventh. first save. with two outs in the fourth
led the Bulldogs in passes defended (11). chise record by serving up Brian Anderson, Starlin Willie Calhoun and Hunt- inning. He gave up three
Hill, a candidate for the Maxwell and Doak Walker awards, seven. Greg Allen and San- Castro, Jorge Alfaro and Lew- er Pence homered for the singles, struck out four and
rushed for 734 yards and four touchdowns on 117 attempts. walked one.
The elusive, bruising running back started all 11 games he tana went back-to-back in a is Brinson each had three Rangers.
played in, and his top performance came in a road win at five-run eighth against rook- RBIs for Miami, and Jon Berti Texas rookie starter Pedro Austin Slater had three
Kansas State, where he ran for 211 yards and accounted for ie designated hitter Mike scored three times. The last Payano (1-2) allowed eight hits, scored twice, drove in a
three scores to earn the SEC’s Offensive Player of the Week Ford, a former Ivy League time Marlins had four players runs — five of them earned run and reached base all five
honor. The Columbus, Mississippi, native also recorded
pitcher and player of the year with three or more RBIs was — in 3 1/3 innings, striking times for the Giants (61-61),
100-yard rushing games in victories against No. 8 Auburn (126)
at Princeton. in 2006. out three and walking three. who have won four of five.
and at Ole Miss (108). He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, which
ranked sixth in the SEC. Ramirez and Jason Kipnis Caleb Smith (8-6) needed n Angels 8, White Sox Buster Posey had two hits
Rivers, who steps into a starting role and has broken out smacked consecutive homers 106 pitches to get through 7: ANAHEIM, Calif. — Mike and an RBI.
as a vocal leader on defense, played in all 13 games in 2018 off ineffective opener Chad five innings but allowed only Trout went 4 for 4, scored four n Athletics 7, Astros 6:
and had impressive numbers on one of the best defensive lines OAKLAND, Calif. — Matt
Green (2-4). one hit and one run — on runs and hit his AL-leading
in college football. He made 24 tackles, seven tackles for loss
and 2.5 sacks. The Stone Mountain, Georgia, native recorded Every starter for Cleve- Garlick’s homer in the fifth. 40th homer, and Andrew He- Chapman hit two home runs
an impressive 19 pressures across 339 snaps played, accord- land finished with at least two Walker Buehler (10-3) al- aney pitched seven innings of for the second straight day,
ing to PFF. of the team’s 24 hits. lowed five runs in four-plus four-hit ball in Los Angeles’ connecting for the tiebreak-
State opens the 2019 season on Aug. 31 against Louisi- Adam Plutko (5-3) was innings. victory over Chicago. ing shot in the eighth inning
ana in New Orleans. to lead Oakland past Hous-
handed a 7-0 cushion before n Mariners 7, Tigers 2: Trout put a solo shot off
throwing a pitch and went six DETROIT — Dylan Moore Reynaldo Lopez (7-10) into ton.
MSU’s Waldner scores twice in 3-1 exhibition Win innings to beat the Yankees homered and Kyle Seager the fake rock pile beyond The teams combined for
Mississippi State soccer won its first preseason exhibition
match, defeating defending NAIA National Champion William
for the second time this sea- drove in three runs in Seat- center field in the third in- a Coliseum record 10 home
Carey, 3-1, in Hattiesburg. son. tle’s win over Detroit. ning, keeping pace with the runs, five by each team.
Senior MaKayla Waldner scored off a breakaway in the
25th minute after freshman Sydney Strunk played a long ball
Baseball
over the top. Sophomore Zakirah McGillivary flicked the ball Miami 13, L.A. Dodgers 7 San Francisco at Denver, 7 p.m. 3. Cole Custer, 824 LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Sent RHP JC
Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 1 Thursday, Aug. 22 4. Justin Allgaier, 773 Ramirez outright to the Salt Lake (PCL). Rein-
on with a header to set Waldner off on a footrace against the Philadelphia 7, Chicago Cubs 5 N.Y. Giants at Cincinnati, 6 p.m. 5. Austin Cindric, 746 stated LHP Adalberto Mejia from the restricted
final defender. American League N.Y. Mets 10, Atlanta 8 Carolina at New England, 6:30 p.m. 6. Chase Briscoe, 703 list.
East Division San Francisco 7, Arizona 0 Washington at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. 7. Noah Gragson, 702 MINNESOTA TWINS — Optioned RHP Randy
William Carey answered on a free kick from the top of the W L Pct GB Baltimore at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. 8. Justin Haley, 658 Dobnak to Rochester (IL_). Reinstated RHP
box in the 67th minute, but the game would not stay tied for New York 81 42 .659 _ Friday’s Games Green Bay vs Oakland at Winnipeg, CAN, 7 9. Michael Annett, 657 Michael Pineda from the 10-day IL.
Tampa Bay 71 51 .582 9½ Chicago Cubs (Hendricks 8-9) at Pittsburgh p.m. 10. John Hunter Nemechek, 613
long. In the 70th, Waldner again found the net with a volley off a Boston 64 59 .520 17 (Musgrove 8-11), 6:05 p.m. Jacksonville at Miami, 7 p.m. 11. Ryan Sieg, 569
SEATTLE MARINERS — Placed RHP Bran-
don Brennan on the 10-day IL, retroactive to
cross from junior Olivia Hernandez. Toronto 51 73 .411 30½ Milwaukee (Houser 5-5) at Washington (Corbin Friday, Aug. 23 12. Brandon Jones, 568
Wednesday. Selected the contract of LHP
Baltimore 39 82 .322 41 Cleveland at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. 13. Gray Gaulding, 460
Freshman Madison Cotta scored an insurance goal five 9-5), 6:05 p.m.
14. Jeremy Clements, 420 Taylor Guilbeau from Tacoma (PCL). Sent RHP
Central Division San Diego (Paddack 7-5) at Philadelphia (Vel- Buffalo at Detroit, 7 p.m. Felix Hernandez to Everett (NWL) for a rehab
minutes later with a strike to the top corner of the net from just W L Pct GB asquez 4-7), 6:05 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 15. Brandon Brown, 393
assignment.
16. Ray Black II, 330
outside the 18-yard box. Hernandez and sophomore Hailey Minnesota 73 48 .603 _ St. Louis (Wainwright 8-8) at Cincinnati (Castil- Arizona at Minnesota, Noon.
17. Josh Williams, 327 TAMPA BAY RAYS — Sent 2B Joey Wendle to
Cleveland 73 49 .598 ½ lo 11-4), 6:10 p.m. Houston at Dallas, 6 p.m.
Farrington-Bentil picked up assists on the play. Chicago 54 66 .450 18½ L.A. Dodgers (Maeda 8-8) at Atlanta (Soroka Chicago at Indianapolis, 6 p.m.
18. Garrett Smithley, 320 the GCL Rays for a rehab assignment.
19. Stephen Leicht, 290 National League
“It was great to get a game in against someone other Kansas City 43 78 .355 30 10-2), 6:20 p.m. New Orleans at N.Y. Jets, 6:30 p.m.
20. BJ McLeod, 254 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Assigned OF
Detroit 36 82 .305 35½ N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 8-5) at Kansas City San Francisco at Kansas City, 7 p.m.
than ourselves,” head coach James Armstrong said. “That West Division (Montgomery 2-5), 7:15 p.m. Denver at L.A. Rams, 8 p.m.
Blake Swihart outright to Reno (PCL). Placed
LHP Robbie Ray on the 10-day IL. Recalled
was great competition with a formidable opponent. All healthy W L Pct GB Miami (Alcantara 4-10) at Colorado (Márquez Seattle at L.A. Chargers, 9 p.m. NASCAR Gander Outdoors RHP Stefan Crichton and RHP Jon Duplantier
players were able to get some minutes. It was a great learning Houston 78 44 .639 _ 11-5), 7:40 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25 Points leaders through Aug. 10
Oakland 69 52 .570 8½ from Reno. Optioned OF Tim Locastro to Reno.
San Francisco (TBD) at Arizona (Leake 9-9), Pittsburgh at Tennessee, 7 p.m. Through Aug. 10
experience for everyone. Now, we’re looking forward to playing Texas 60 61 .496 17½ 8:40 p.m. 1. Grant Enfinger, 665
CHICAGO CUBS — Optioned RHP Alec Mills
to Iowa (PCL). Recalled RHP James Norwood
a good Southern Miss team on Saturday.” Los Angeles 60 63 .488 18½ Saturday’s Games 2. Brett Moffitt, 614
The Bulldogs played 27 players, including three goalkeep-
Seattle 50 72 .410
Wednesday’s Games
28 Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 12:35 p.m.
Milwaukee at Washington, 6:05 p.m.
Basketball 3. Matt Crafton, 598
4. Stewart Friesen, 596
from Iowa.
CINCINNATI REDS — Optioned RHP Sal
Romano to Louisville (IL). Recalled RHP Matt
ers. State held the opponent to just three shots on goal in the Texas 7, Toronto 3 San Diego at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m. WNBA Glance 5. Ben Rhodes, 536
N.Y. Yankees 6, Baltimore 5 St. Louis at Cincinnati, 6:10 p.m. 6. Harrison Burton, 535 Bowman from Louisville. Selected the contract
match. Boston 5, Cleveland 1
EASTERN CONFERENCE
7. Todd Gilliland, 495 of RHP Joel Kuhnel from Louisville.
N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, 6:15 p.m. W L Pct GB
MSU will wrap up preseason play on Saturday with a final Chicago White Sox 13, Houston 9 L.A. Dodgers at Atlanta, 6:20 p.m. Washington 18 7 .720 — 8. Sheldon Creed, 487 NEW YORK METS — Released 2B Adeiny
Milwaukee 6, Minnesota 5 9. Austin Hill, 484 Hechavarria.
exhibition match against Southern Miss at 4 p.m. in Starkville. Miami at Colorado, 7:10 p.m. Connecticut 17 8 .680 1
10. Johnny Sauter, 445 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Placed RHP Jake
San Diego 7, Tampa Bay 2 San Francisco at Arizona, 7:10 p.m. Chicago 14 10 .583 3½
Sources — From Special Reports Oakland 9, San Francisco 5 Indiana 9 16 .360 9 11. Tyler Dippel, 371 Arrieta on the 10-day IL, retroactive to Monday,
Detroit 3, Seattle 2 New York 8 16 .333 9½ 12. Tyler Ankrum, 334 and RHP Edubray Ramos on the 60-day IL. Se-

CALENDAR
St. Louis 6, Kansas City 0
L.A. Angels 7, Pittsburgh 4 Football Atlanta 5 20 .200
WESTERN CONFERENCE
13 13. Austin Wayne Self, 303
14. Jordan Anderson, 278
15. Gus Dean, 268
lected the contract of 1B Logan Morrison from
Lehigh Valley (IL). Claimed RHP Jared Hughes
Thursday’s Games
Seattle 7, Detroit 2
NFL Preseason glance
Las Vegas
W L Pct
17 9 .654
GB
— 16. Ross Chastain, 267
off waivers from Cincinnati. Transferred RHP
Jerad Eickhoff to the 60-day IL.
AMERICAN CONFERENCE 17. Spencer Boyd, 259
Today
Cleveland 19, N.Y. Yankees 5 Los Angeles 15 9 .625 1 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Recalled RHP
East 18. Brennan Poole, 230
Minnesota 13, Texas 6 W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 14 12 .538 3 Dereck Rodriguez from Sacramento (PCL).
Oakland 7, Houston 6 Minnesota 13 12 .520 3½ 19. Jennifer Jo Cobb, 197
Buffalo 1 0 0 1.000 24 16 Optioned C Aramis Garcia to Sacramento.
Prep Football L.A. Angels 8, Chicago White Sox 7 New England 1 0 0 1.000 31 3 Phoenix 11 13 .458 5 20. Natalie Decker, 189
Selected the contract of LHP Fernando Abad
Friday’s Games Dallas 8 17 .320 8½ from Sacramento. Designated RHP Kyle Barra-
Columbus at Louisville Fall Jamboree, TBA Cleveland (Civale 1-1) at N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka
Miami 1 0 0 1.000 34 27
N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 44 41 NASCAR Monster Energy clough for assignment.
Starkville Academy at Jackson Academy 8-6), 6:05 p.m. South Wednesday’s Games American Association
Seattle (LeBlanc 6-6) at Toronto (Waguespack W L T Pct PF PA Washington 88, Seattle 59 Cup GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS — Traded
Jamboree TBA 3-1), 6:07 p.m. Tennessee 1 0 0 1.000 27 10 Connecticut 78, Phoenix 71 Points Leaders through Aug. 11 OF John Price Jr. to Winnipeg for future consid-
Baltimore (Brooks 2-6) at Boston (Porcello 10- Jacksonville 0 2 0 .000 10 53 Dallas 84, Los Angeles 78 1. Kyle Busch, 892
Heritage Academy at SECIS Classic against erations. Signed OF Michael Blatchford.
9), 6:10 p.m. Indianapolis 0 1 0 .000 16 24 2. Joey Logano, 872 MILWAUKEE MILKMEN — Released RHP
Houston 0 1 0 .000 26 28 Thursday’s Games 3. Kevin Harvick, 822
The Heritage School (Montgomery, Ala.), 4 Detroit (Norris 3-10) at Tampa Bay (Morton 13-
4), 6:10 p.m. North No games scheduled 4. Denny Hamlin, 815
Travis Thompson. Signed LHP Nick Bozman.
W L T Pct PF PA TEXAS AIRHOGS — Sold the contract of LHP
p.m. Minnesota (Odorizzi 13-5) at Texas (Minor 11-
Baltimore 2 0 0 1.000 55 13 Friday’s Games
5. Martin Truex Jr., 805
6. Brad Keselowski, 754 Tyler Matzek to the Atlanta Braves.
Saturday
6), 7:05 p.m. Atlantic League
N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 8-5) at Kansas City Cleveland 1 0 0 1.000 30 10 Seattle at Connecticut, 6:30 p.m. 7. Chase Elliott, 711
Pittsburgh 1 0 0 1.000 30 28 Los Angeles at Chicago, 7 p.m. 8. Kurt Busch, 701 HIGH POINT ROCKERS — Released RHP
(Montgomery 2-5), 7:15 p.m.
Prep Soccer Chicago White Sox (Giolito 12-6) at L.A. Angels
Cincinnati 1 1 0 .500 40 51
West
Washington at Minnesota, 7 p.m. 9. Ryan Blaney, 654 Tommy Lawrence.
BASKETBALL
New York at Dallas, 7 p.m. 10. Alex Bowman, 653
(Sandoval 0-0), 9:07 p.m.
Marshall at Heritage Academy, 2 p.m. Houston (Verlander 15-4) at Oakland (Roark
W L T Pct PF PA Atlanta at Phoenix, 9 p.m. 11. Aric Almirola, 645 National Basketball Association
Kansas City 1 0 0 1.000 38 17 12. William Byron, 642 GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS — Promoted
Prep Softball 7-8), 9:07 p.m. Oakland 2 0 0 1.000 47 29 Saturday’s Games 13. Kyle Larson, 624 player development coach Aaron Miles to as-
Saturday’s Games Denver 1 1 0 .500 28 32 No games scheduled
Houlka at Columbus, 10/11:30 a.m. 14. Erik Jones, 623 sistant coach. Named Kris Weems coach of
Cleveland at N.Y. Yankees, 12:05 p.m. L.A. Chargers 0 1 0 .000 13 17 15. Ryan Newman, 569 Santa Cruz (NBAGL).
Prep Volleyball Seattle at Toronto, 2:07 p.m.
Houston at Oakland, 3:05 p.m.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East Golf 16. Clint Bowyer, 559
17. Daniel Suarez, 553
WASHINGTON WIZARDS — Waived G Tarik
Phillip.
New Hope at Lafayette, TBD Detroit at Tampa Bay, 5:10 p.m.
Baltimore at Boston, 6:10 p.m.
W L T Pct PF PA
N.Y. Giants 1 0 0 1.000 31 22 President’s Cup Standings 18. Jimmie Johnson, 547 FOOTBALL
Through Aug. 11 19. Paul Menard, 506 XFL
N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, 6:15 p.m. Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 34 37
Dallas 0 1 0 .000 9 17 Top 10 automatically qualify 20. Chris Buescher, 486 XFL — Signed QB Landry Jones.
on the air
Minnesota at Texas, 7:05 p.m.
Washington 0 2 0 .000 23 53 United States SOCCER
Chicago White Sox at L.A. Angels, 8:07 p.m.

South
W L T Pct PF PA
1.
2.
Brooks Koepka
Dustin Johnson
8,231
6,631 Formula One Major League Soccer
Leaders through Aug. 4 LOS ANGELES FC — Loaned M Peter-Lee
Today National League Carolina 1 0 0 1.000 23 13
Tampa Bay 0 1 0 .000 28 30
3.
4.
Justin Thomas
Xander Schauffele
5,849
5,656 1. Lewis Hamilton, 250 Vassell to Phoenix (USL Championship) and
East Division 5. Matt Kuchar 5,506 2. Valtteri Bottas, 188 D Dejan Jakovic and F Rodolfo Zelaya to Las
Atlanta 0 3 0 .000 47 70
AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL
Atlanta
W L Pct
72 51 .585
GB
_ New Orleans 0 1 0 .000 25 34 6. Webb Simpson 5,453 3. Max Verstappen, 181 Vegas (USL Championship).
North 7. Bryson DeChambeau 5,321 4. Sebastian Vettel, 156 TENNIS
3 p.m. — American Legion World Series: Washington 65 55 .542 5½
W L T Pct PF PA 8. Patrick Cantlay 5,268 5. Charles Leclerc, 132 ATP — Fined Nick Kyrgios $113,000 for un-
Philadelphia 63 58 .521 8 9. Gary Woodland 4,912 6. Pierre Gasly, 63 sportsmanlike conduct, verbal abuse and
Teams TBD, ESPNU New York 62 59 .512 9
Minnesota 1 0 0 1.000 34 25
Green Bay 1 1 0 .500 41 52 10. Tony Finau 4,872 7. Carlos Sainz, 58 audible obscenity during and after his sec-
Miami 45 75 .375 25½ 11. Rickie Fowler 4,547 8. Kimi Räikkönen, 31
6 p.m. — American Legion World Series: Central Division
Chicago 0 1 0 .000 13 23
12. Patrick Reed 4,413 9. Daniil Kvyat, 27
ond-round match at the Western & Southern
Detroit 0 1 0 .000 3 31 Open.
Teams TBD, ESPNU W L Pct GB West 13.
14.
Tiger Woods
Chez Reavie
3,868
3,798
10. Lando Norris, 24
11. Daniel Ricciardo, 22
COLLEGE
Chicago 64 57 .529 _ W L T Pct PF PA NCAA — Granted a sixth year of eligibility to
AUTO RACING St. Louis 63 56 .529 _ San Francisco1 0 0 1.000 17 9 15. Phil Mickelson 3,554 12. Lance Stroll, 18
Georgia Tech QB Lucas Johnson.
Milwaukee 63 58 .521 1 Seattle 1 0 0 1.000 22 14 International 13. Kevin Magnussen, 18
10 a.m. — NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Cincinnati 57 63 .475 6½ Arizona 1 1 0 .500 43 46 1. Marc Leishman AUS 188.22 14. Nico Hulkenberg, 17 ARKANSAS — Dismissed junior F Gabe
L.A. Rams 0 1 0 .000 3 14 2. Louis Oosthuizen RSA ,163.58 15. Alexander Albon, 16 Osabuohien from the men’s basketball pro-
Series: practice, Bristol, Tenn., NBCSN Pittsburgh 50 70 .417
West Division
13½
Thursday’s Games 3. Hideki Matsuyama JPN 155.16 16. Sergio Perez, 13 gram.
4. Adam Scott AUS 151.62 CREIGHTON — Named Judd Cornell men’s
12 p.m. — NASCAR Monster Energy Cup W L Pct GB Philadelphia 24, Jacksonville 10
5. Haotong Li CHN 128.63
17. Romain Grosjean, 8
18. Antonio Giovinazzi, 1 golf coach.
Los Angeles 81 42 .659 _ Baltimore 26, Green Bay 13 6. Cameron Smith AUS 122.97
Series: final practice, Bristol, Tenn., NBCSN Arizona 61 61 .500 19½ N.Y. Jets 22, Atlanta 10 7. Jason Day AUS 119.06
19. Robert Kubica, 1 FREDONIA STATE — Named Astrid Escobar
San Francisco 61 61 .500 19½ Cincinnati 23, Washington 13 men’s and women’s swimming and diving
4:30 p.m. — NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Oakland 33, Arizona 26
8. C.T. Pan TPE 118.90 coach, Rebecca Allen assistant women’s vol-
Transactions
San Diego 56 64 .467 23½ 9. Jazz Janewattananond THA 111.54
leyball coach, R.J.Gicewicz assistant men’s
Series: qualifying, Bristol, Tenn., NBCSN Colorado 54 67 .446 26 Friday’s Games 10. Abraham Ancer MEX 111.45
hockey coach, Cassie Herman assistant soft-
Buffalo at Carolina, 6 p.m. 11. Justin Harding RSA 107.15
6 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing: Friday Nitro Wednesday’s Games Chicago at N.Y. Giants, 6:30 p.m. 12. Sungjae Im KOR 101.39 Thursday’s moves ball coach, Luke Kuczewski assistant baseball
coach, Jaedyn Ossont assistant women’s soc-
Milwaukee 6, Minnesota 5 Miami at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. 13. Shugo Imahira J PN 100.47 BASEBALL
Brainerd, Brainerd, Minn., FS1 Colorado 7, Arizona 6 Saturday’s Games 14. Sung Kang KOR 94.05 American League cer coach and Kelly Vincent assistant men’s
15. Si Woo Kim KOR 91.51 and women’s cross country and track and field
6:30 p.m. — NASCAR Xfinity Series: The San Diego 7, Tampa Bay 2 Cleveland at Indianapolis, 3 p.m. BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Sent OF DJ Stewart
coach.
Oakland 9, San Francisco 5 New England at Tennessee, 6 p.m. to Norfolk (IL) for a rehab assignment.
Food City 300, Bristol, Tenn., NBCSN Washington 17, Cincinnati 7 Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. CLEVELAND INDIANS — Optioned LHP Lo- MANHATTANVILLE — Named Chris Alesi
GOLF Philadelphia 11, Chicago Cubs 1
L.A. Dodgers 9, Miami 1
Detroit at Houston, 7 p.m.
Dallas vs L.A. Rams at Honolulu, Hawaii, 9 p.m.
Auto gan Allen to Columbus (IL). Recalled RHP Phil
Maton from Columbus.
men’s basketball coach.
OHIO STATE — Named Dr. Candice Williams
4 a.m. — European Tour Golf: D+D Real Czech Atlanta 6, N.Y. Mets 4 Sunday’s Games NASCAR XFINITY Leaders DETROIT TIGERS — Placed LHP Blaine Har- and Charron Sumler sports psychology coun-
St. Louis 6, Kansas City 0 New Orleans at L.A. Chargers, 3 p.m. Through Aug. 10 dy on the 60-day IL, retroactive to Aug. 8. Sent selors.
Masters, second round, Czech Republic, GOLF L.A. Angels 7, Pittsburgh 4 Seattle at Minnesota, 7 p.m. 1. Tyler Reddick, 929 OF Christin Stewart to Toledo (IL) for a rehab TEXAS-ARLINGTON — Named Chad Comer
Thursday’s Games Monday’s Games 2. Christopher Bell, 901 assignment. assistant baseball coach.
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NFL ROUNDUP

Jackson looks sharp, Rodgers sits as Ravens beat Packers


The Associated Press Coming off a rookie season in which York on another scoring drive. phia third-string quarterback Cody Kes-
he didn’t start until mid-November, After sitting out the first two exhibi- sler was knocked out of the team’s win
BALTIMORE — Lamar Jackson Jackson is seeking to master a new tion games, Ryan played most of the first on the opening drive. Defensive end Da-
directed two scoring drives during a playbook devised by first-year coordi- half. He completed 10 of 14 passes for tone Jones came unblocked off the edge
limited appearance, had an impressive nator Greg Roman. Jackson started and 118 yards, a performance that was even and walloped Kessler in the back.
touchdown run erased by a penalty and played three series last week in a 29-0 more impressive considering Brian Hill Kessler was escorted to the sideline,
sparked the Baltimore Ravens to a 26-13 rout of Jacksonville. This time, the 2016 and Justin Hardy dropped back-to-back evaluated for a head injury in the locker
victory over the Green Bay Packers, who Heisman Trophy winner stuck around passes in the back of the end zone that room and then placed in the concussion
played Thursday night without quarter- for two possessions, both of which end- should have been touchdowns, sparking protocol. The team already was without
back Aaron Rodgers. ed with field goals. He completed 6 of 10 boos from the meager crowd. backup Nate Sudfeld, who broke his
Rodgers developed back stiffness passes for 58 yards and ran twice for 14 The Jets are certainly pleased with left wrist in the team’s preseason open-
and was a late scratch , a move the team yards. Darnold, who followed up a marvelous er against Tennessee. Starter Carson
labeled as a “precaution.” After being The Ravens have won 15 straight pre- drive in the preseason opener by com- Wentz rested for the second straight
held out of Green Bay’s first preseason season games, 34 of the last 43 and 19 of pleting 5 of 7 passes for 46 yards. He game. He watched from the sideline in
game against Houston, the seven-time the last 22 at home. guided New York on a 66-yard touch- uniform, but without pads and a helmet.
Pro Bowl star was slated to start for the JETS 22, FALCONS 10 down drive to start the game, capped by Rookie Clayton Thorson, the only
first time under rookie head coach Matt n ATLANTA — Matt Ryan and Sam Ty Montgomery’s 1-yard scoring run. other QB on the roster, played three-
LaFleur. Darnold both appear ready for the regu- Le’Veon Bell sat out again for the plus quarters and completed a 38-yard
Instead, DeShone Kizer, Tim Boyle lar season. Jets. He could make his New York debut touchdown pass to former college quar-
and Manny Wilkins struggled against a Ryan looked sharp in his presea- next week. terback and Alliance of American Foot-
defense that last year was ranked No. 1 son debut for Atlanta, completing nine EAGLES 24, JAGUARS 10 ball receiver Greg Ward on fourth down
in the NFL. straight passes, and Darnold led New n JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Philadel- in the second quarter.

Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: me out of their threw a wedding for them-
My broth- lives. selves. Invitations were sent
er-in-law I have begun with requests that included:
passed away six going out with dinner was to be a potluck,
months ago, and my own friends guests were asked to provide
my mother-in- and living my life singing and music for the
law, “Grace,” is on my own, but I entertainment, and a note was
understandably miss my family. enclosed that read, “In lieu
grief-stricken. My My parents and of gifts, a monetary donation
husband and son brother died for our honeymoon fund would
have been very some time ago, really make our day.”
supportive of her. so they are all Now, weeks later, I have
ZITS My father-in-law
passed away nine
the family I have.
Am I selfish, and
found out it was a huge cha-
rade. There was no wedding.
years ago. I have should I let this What do I say to them? More
tried to be sup- continue? How than 50 friends and family
portive as well, do I just live my attended this joke ceremony.
but Grace and I
Dear Abby life alone now? Bear in mind, the bride and
have always had — LONELY IN groom have been married
a contentious relationship, THE EAST multiple times before, and I
and she really wants nothing DEAR LONELY: While I now question the validity of
to do with me. sympathize with your mother- those marriages. — DUPED IN
The problem is, my hus- in-law, it appears there is THE MIDWEST
band and son have all but more going on here than the DEAR DUPED: If guests
disowned me. They spend fact that she’s grieving. That traveled a long distance to
an enormous amount of time Grace has shut out her other attend the “wedding” as well
comforting and consoling her relatives and has allowed as contributed money toward
GARFIELD to the point that there’s no
affection or time left for me.
herself to become dependent
upon your husband and son to
the “honeymoon,” I can see
why they would be upset about
I have tried talking to them the extent that it is harming the fraud. I can also see why
about it, but they tell me I’m your marriage isn’t healthy for in the future the happy couple
being selfish. any of you. If this continues, will have lost credibility and
I realize my mother-in-law counseling may be in order for will have trouble attracting
has had an enormous loss, ALL of you — grief counseling a crowd to their next perfor-
but she refuses to interact and support for “Mama” and mance.
with anyone else! Other marriage and family counsel- What should you say to
family members have tried ing to save your relationship them? If you think anything
to console her, but she only with your husband and son. you might say would shame
wants my husband and son. I Please don’t take what I am them, forget it. They are
thought it would be for a short advising lightly. without shame. And if you are
while, but this seems to be DEAR ABBY: Recently, my invited to another shindig, just
permanent. They have shut elderly father and his girlfriend say NO.
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Aug. — this caper you’re planning Other times you project the
16). The control you once could change everything. past and remember the future.
felt you needed will prove TAURUS (April 20-May It doesn’t make perfect sense,
unnecessary. You’ll let go, and 20). To do or to be — that is but your imperfect senses are
something mighty will emerge in the question. You’d think doing better anyway.
you to handle the old problems would be harder, but it’s so LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
and elevate you to the new much easier to get comfortable You can be mightily persuasive
adventure you crave. Relation- with doing than it is to get when you need to be, but it’s a
ships will bring beauty, flow and comfortable with being. Note waste of your energy to try and
spiritual connection. Someone that doing is often used to manipulate people’s percep-
you’ve mentored will add to avoid being. tions today. Don’t worry about
BABY BLUES your good fortune. Cancer and GEMINI (May 21-June 21). how things look. Focus on how
Gemini adore you. Your lucky There are surface-level changes they feel.
numbers are: 5, 8, 4, 27 and to make and strategies to VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
43. apply in efforts to improve this Today brings your favorite kinds
ARIES (March 21-April 19). scene. Don’t underestimate the of moments — highly amusing
If you take it seriously — put in power of shallow shifts in the and entirely unexpected. This
the practice time, devote energy process of deeper healing. is partly due to the fact that
to finding the right strategy, get CANCER (June 22-July 22). you’re observant and curious,
your team together, consult with Sometimes you remember the asking the questions that spring
mentors to keep you on track past and project the future. open doors.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
There’s the work that pays the
bills and the work that saves
your soul. It’s the same work,
actually — same work, different
BEETLE BAILEY approach. Go for the soul-sav-
ing approach in all things.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Introspection will be an im-
portant part of your care today,
and you should give yourself
gentle encouragement and as
much time for pondering as you
would give anyone you love.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-
Dec. 21). What’s normal isn’t
always healthy, and what’s
healthy is often so abnormal
that you don’t even know a
single person who is doing it.
MALLARD FILLMORE Someone has to go first. Why
not you?
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Even the person who best
knows and appreciates the
complexities of who you are
sometimes gets it wrong. You
set it right, though, with a light
touch that works perfectly.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). There’s a grand and
graceful momentum happening,
and all you have to do is show
up, shift your weight and fall for-
ward, surrendering to success.
FAMILY CIRCUS PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). All effectiveness will
come from dealing in what is.
The more you can accept this
scene, the better you’ll use it.
These things siphon your power:
escape, distraction and any
type of rejection of the circum-
stance.

Divide and rule


SOLUTION:
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Religious briefs
2nd Thursday of the month Sunday worship 11:15 a.m.;
Pastor’s Anniversary Pastoral Anniversary Grief Share Support at United Christian Baptist
Women Prayer, Tuesday Bible study 7 p.m.
Truevine Church, 5606 Ar-
tesia/Sessums Rd., hosts its
New Zion Pilgrim Baptist
Church, 5253 New Hope
A grief share support group
meets at 6:30 p.m. every
Church, 232 Yorkville Road Worship Service For information, call Pastor
East. “Making your grieving Church of the Eternal District Elder Lou Nabors,
8th Annual Pastor’s Anniversa- Rd., hosts its 18th Pastoral Tuesday through July 30 at the Word, 106 22nd St. S., holds
journey easier.” For more in- 662-329-1234.
ry program for Pastor Joseph Anniversary Celebration for Mission, 2494 E. Church Hill a prayer and worship service
formation, call 662-327-0604
Long, at 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. the Rev. Christopher D. Wriley, Road, in West Point.
Aug. 18. Guest speakers will at 11 a.m. & 3 p.m. Aug. 18.
or e-mail unitedchristian@ every Thursday from 5-6 p.m.
Call Marie Nabors, 662-549-
Fitness
be the Rev. Gary Long of Tupe- Guest speakers will be the Forgive and Live
cableone.net.
4322 or 662-329-1234, for Transformations
lo and Pastor Michael Taylor Rev. Dr. James A. Boyd of Zion Forgive and Live meets The Transformational
of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Gate M.B. Church and the from 6-7 p.m. every 1st and
Celebrate Recovery prayer requests.
Church, 2301 Jess Lyons
Starkville. The public is invited Rev. Scapheus Dailey of First The Assembly Church, Road, hosts boxing lessons
to attend. For more informa- M.B. Church in Gordo, Ala-
3rd Monday of each month in
the downtown YMCA Board
2201 Military Road, and Prayer Ministry Mondays and Wednesday
tion, call 662-255-7145. bama. The public is invited to Meadowview Church, 300 Lin- New Beginning Everlasting from 5-7 p.m., weight-loss
Room. Inquire and seek infor-
attend. For more information, den Circle in Starkville, host Outreach Ministry invites the boot camp Tuesdays and
mation to succeed spiritually,
Celebrate Recovery at 6 p.m. public to call in with their
Family & Friends Day call 662-327-5590. physically and financially and
every Sunday at The Assembly prayer requests at 662-327-
Thursdays 5-7 p.m. and both
on Saturdays 9-11 a.m.
Sixth Ave. M.B. Church, be eager to be a blessing to
Church (next to Lowe’s) and 9843.
1519 6th Ave. N., hosts its Summer Revival the community, churches and
Family and Friends Day pro- Bethlehem M.B. Church, families through the Word of at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at
Youth Fellowship
gram at 3 p.m. Aug. 18. Guest 293 Bethlehem Rd. in Caledo- God. The public is invited to Meadowview Church. Get help,
healing and support for any
Prayer Service The Transformational
speaker will be Min. David nia, hosts its Annual Summer attend. For more information, Church of the Eternal Church, 2301 Jess Lyons
call Pat Fisher Douglas, 662- habit, hurt or hang-up using Word, 106 22nd. St. S., Co- Road, hosts Youth Fellowship
Jottuson of Bethel Baptist Revival services 7 p.m. nightly
251-5899. the Christ-centered 12 steps. lumbus, holds prayer service from 7-8:30 p.m. every Tues-
Church in Louisville. The pub- Aug. 19-23. Different speaker
lic is invited to attend. Thursday nights 5-6 p.m. day. Games, prayer, service,
nightly. The public is invited to
attend. Fellowship Dinner, Prayer for Youth Contact Marie Nabors, 662- food, & more. Transportation
Every 2nd and 3rd
Pastor’s Anniversary Youth Service Saturday, Pleasant Ridge Faith
549-4322. Church service
times: Sunday school 10 a.m.;
available. For information, call
Iris Roberson, 662-295-7456.
Brownridge M.B. Church, Pastoral Appreciation Pleasant Ridge Faith
Center hosts a prayer for the
2013 Swedenburg Rd. in Brick M.B. Church, 4572 Center, 923 Ridge Road,
Crawford, hosts its 32nd Pas- Columbus, hosts a fellowship youth from 2-3 p.m.
Old Macon Rd., hosts its
tor’s Anniversary program for Annual Pastoral Appreciation dinner and youth service every
Pastor Freddrick Harrison Sr., Program for the Rev. Everett 3rd Sunday. Prayer, Free Coffee
at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 18. Guest B. Little at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 25. Mount Zion Missionary
speaker will be the Rev. Leroy
Shelton. The public is invited
Guest speaker will be the Rev. Gospel Book Club Baptist Church, 2221 14th
Christopher Wriley of New Zion Friendship M.B. Church, Ave. N., hosts free coffee and
to attend. Pilgrim M.B. Church in New 1102 12th Ave. S., invites the a prayer community outreach
Hope. The public is invited to public to join its Community service from 8-9 a.m. every
Usher Ministry attend. Gospel Book Club from 6-7 5th Saturday. For information,
Anniversary p.m. the last Friday of each contact Jesse Slater, 662-
Pleasant Grove Pools M.B. Summer Revival month to study and share
328-4979.
Church, 3000 Waverly Rd., in Shiloh Full Gospel M.B. views of the Holy Bible. Open
to all ages and ethnicities. For
West Point, hosts its Usher
Ministry Anniversary Program
Church, 120 19th St. S.,
hosts its One-Night Summer more information, call Lillian Radio Program
Murray, 662-570-1974. Apostles Patrick Perkins
at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 18. Guest Revival service at 7 p.m. Aug.
speaker will be the Rev. 28. Guest speaker will be invites the public to tune in
Charlie Barnes of New Begin- Pastor David Williams of Sul- Grief Support Group to WTWG, radio 1050 AM
ning Fellowship Ministries in phur Springs M.B. Church in The Oil of Joy for Grief for Perfecting the Saints
Starkville. The public is invited Hamilton. The public is invited and Mourning offers a grief Broadcast, Wednesdays 8:30
to attend. to attend. support group at 6 p.m. every a.m.

AP Analysis: Trump uses


Israel to fuel partisan fires
The Associated Press had received and granted a request allowed the women to visit.
by Tlaib to enter the Israeli-occu- Bipartisan support from Con-
WA S H I N G T O N pied West Bank on humanitarian gress has been a bedrock of the
— President Donald grounds, to visit her 90-year-old U.S.-Israel relationship since Isra-
Trump’s encourage- grandmother. Tlaib’s letter said she el’s founding, and critics of Thurs-
ment and support of would respect any restrictions and day’s decision said they worried that
Israel’s decision to would “not promote boycotts” during Trump and Netanyahu were exploit-
ban two Democratic her visit, according to Deri’s office. A ing the situation for short-term polit-
lawmakers may play phone message left at Tlaib’s Wash- ical gain.
well to his political ington office early Friday wasn’t im-
Trump Netanyahu faces an election next
base, but it could en- mediately returned.
danger the foundations of the U.S.-Is- month, and Trump faces the voters
Trump had celebrated Israel’s
rael relationship in the longer term. next year.
Thursday decision on Twitter and
The move on Thursday to bar framed the issue in decidedly polit- Tlaib and Omar, two newly elect-
Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan ical terms: “Representatives Omar ed Muslim members of Congress,
and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota from and Tlaib are the face of the Demo- are outspoken critics of Israel’s treat-
Israel fueled a partisan fire over the crat Party, and they HATE Israel!” ment of the Palestinians. They had
Jewish state that has been raging in Shortly before that decision was planned to visit Jerusalem and the
the United States, with Trump eager- announced, Trump offered a not-so- West Bank on a tour organized by
ly fanning the flames. subtle nudge to Prime Minister Ben- a Palestinian organization aimed at
On Friday, though, Israel’s inte- jamin Netanyahu, tweeting that “it highlighting the plight of the Pales-
rior minister, Aryeh Deri, said he would show great weakness” if Israel tinians.

Over 400 sex abuse suits filed as litigation window opens


The Associated Press or one of its several New tended a Catholic board- Vajda, now 75 and a Geor-
York dioceses. Among ing school in the Bronx in gia resident. “And I want
ALBANY, N.Y. — The them is Peter Vajda, who the early 1950s. them to get everything
Roman Catholic Church, said a religious brother “Now it’s their turn. they deserve in the way of
the Boy Scouts, schools molested him when he at- Now it’s their time,” said punishment.”
and hospitals, the late fi-
nancier Jeffrey Epstein
are some of the targets
named in a flurry of
sex abuse lawsuits filed
Wednesday in New York
as the state began accept-
ing cases once blocked by
the statute of limitations.
Hundreds of lawsuits
were filed as plaintiffs
rushed to take advantage
of the one-year litigation
window, created by state
lawmakers this year to
give people who say they
were victims a second
chance to sue over abuse
that, in many cases, hap-
pened decades ago.
Those suing Wednes-
day include a woman who
says she was raped by
Epstein as a teenager in
2002. She filed against
Epstein’s estate and three
of his associates. Similar
lawsuits from other wom-
en who say they were
abused by Epstein are ex-
pected.
Other suits filed
Wednesday include one
from 45 former Rockefel-
ler University Hospital pa-
tients who say a renowned
endocrinologist molested
hundreds of boys over
more than three decades.
Hundreds of others
sued the Catholic Church
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numbers. The object 8 2 7 4 6 9 1 5 3
ANT AND YOU MUST available at given numbers. The object
TAKE IMMEDIATE AC- columbus-arts.org.
green fields, exc 2017 Honda Civic Sport is to place the numbers 2 4 6 3 5 7 8 1 9
TION TO PROTECT YOUR FLOORING REPAIR. I 30 hours per week;
hunting, sand, gravel & Hatchback; 4dr, Gray, is
1 to place
to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
RIGHTS. repair and stretch $10+/hr based on ex-
clay deposits. More info
call 205−799−9846 or
53K Miles, $15,900
2018 Honda Civic EX;
1sotothat
9 ineach
the empty spaces
row, each 7 5 3 9 1 8 4 6 2
wrinkles out of carpet. I perience. Send cover
You are required to mail also repair ceramic tile. letter and resume to 205−695−2248. 4dr, Black, 11K Miles, so that each
column row, each
and each 3x3 box 1 9 8 2 4 6 5 3 7
or hand-deliver a copy of If you have a flooring column
containsand theeach
same3x3 box
a written response to problem, I can help! If
jan.columbusarts
@gmail.com SUMMER SPECIAL.
$15,900
2012 Nissan Altima contains the same number
number 9 7 5 6 2 4 3 8 1
only once. The difficulty
the attached Petition to needed I am available
attorney for the Petition- for small flooring or tile
1.75 acre lots. Good/ 2.5; 4dr, White, 65K
only once. The difficulty 3 8 2 5 9 1 7 4 6
Medical / Dental 3300 bad credit. 10% down, Miles, $8,900 level increases from
er: Mark A. Cliett, Post
Office Box 1463, West installation jobs. Call as low as $299/mo. 2013 Nissan Altima level increases from
Monday to Sunday. 6 1 4 8 7 3 2 9 5
Point, Mississippi Walt: (662)574−8134. LOCAL COMPANY:
Eaton Land. 662−361− 2.5; 4dr, Gray, 86K Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 8/15
Full-time Surgical Tech Miles, $7,900
39773. Your response position available. 7711.
must be mailed or de- Excavating 1300 Experience required. 2014 Nissan Altima
livered within thirty (30) Send resume to Autos For Sale 9150 3.5; 4dr, Gray, 75K
days from the date of employmentoppgc Miles, $9,900
delivery of this Sum- CLAY GRAVEL, fill @gmail.com. DOWNTOWN 1BR − 2016 Nissan Altima
mons and Petition or a clay, & top soil for This large 1 bedroom ’01 SUZUKI GRAND 2.5; 4dr, White, 62K
judgment by default will sale! Easy access HELP WANTED VITARI LIMITED
CARE CENTER OF apartment has been Miles, $14,900
be entered against you off 82 East. Can recently renovated. It SUV Great student 2016 Nissan Maxima
for the money or other ABERDEEN has
load & deliver. features great natural car/RV tow. Silver,
things demanded in the positions available for: 3.5s; 4dr, White, 44K
Stokes Excavation: LPN 3-11 light, hardwood floors, V6 auto, 4wd, cold Miles, $15,900
Petition. 662−689−0089. air, all power opt. &
$1000 Sign on Bonus tall ceilings and access
You must also file the CNA’s Full Time & PRN to a shared laundry sunroof. 150k mi SUV’S:
original of your re- Experience Preferred. room. $750 rent and w/ new engine
sponse with the Clerk of General Services 1360 Apply in person at $750 deposit. Utilities installed. Great gas 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
this Court within a reas- 505 Jackson St, mileage. Good
FREE TRAINING−JOB/ Aberdeen. EOE included. No pets LT; 4dr, Silver, 109K
onable time afterward. please. Call Peter, condition. $4000. Miles, $14,900
LIFE SKILLS plus 662−327−2469.
662−574−1561.
Issued under my hand computer training for Truck Driving 3700
and the seal of said women. H.S. diploma or Vans:
Court, this the 14th day equivalent. Tues. & FLEET EXPRESS, LLC DOWNTOWN APT: on
of May, 2019. Winfield, AL 5th St. 2BR/1BA. 1100 06 HYUNDAI ELANTRA, 2010 Honda Odyssey
Thurs. starting Sept. 3. stick shift, gold, 4 door,
Christian Women’s Job Over the road truck sqft $700/mo. W/D. LX; 4dr, 135K Miles,
(S E A L) drivers wanted, Class A Deck on back. Avail Aug 4 cyl, 60k miles, cold Silver, $7,900
Corp. 662−722−3016.
Lisa Younger Neese CDL. Minimum 2 years 1st. 662−327−2588. AC. $2,500. 2013 Honda Odyssey
Lowndes County Chan- experience. 662−549−5358. EX; 4dr, 56K Miles,
cery Clerk WORK WANTED: 205-487-1561, ext 2
Licensed & Bonded− or 205-270-2631 DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, Gray, $14,900
By: Tina Fisher, D.C. carpentry, painting, & CH&A, 1 story, W/D, CREDIT UNION DEALS 2014 Honda Odyssey
LOCAL RECLAIMED EX; 4dr, 73K Miles,
demolition. Landscap− Bargain Column 4180 historic district, 1 block
PUBLISH: 8/2, 8/9, & ing, gutters cleaned, from downtown, $575/ VEHICLES Gray, $14,900
8/16/2019 bush hogging, clean−up FREE KING Headboard/ mo. + $575 dep. NO
FINANCING AVAILABLE
work, pressure washing, PETS. 662−574−8789. MAKE OFFER AT Trucks:
IN THE CHANCERY fb w/side rails. Heavy
moving help & furniture Peaceful & Quiet area. credituniondeals.com
COURT OF LOWNDES dark wood
205−683−5663 2017 Freightliner
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI repair. 662−242−3608. 20" Phillips TV, w/
Cascadia; 155K Miles,
COLEMAN
remote. Not flat screen.
KIMBERLY DAVIS SAND- HILL’S PRESSURE 2016 Toyota Camry Red, $60,000
662−570−1730
LIN AND JONATHAN 2011 Hyundai Veracruz
SANDLIN
WASHING Commercial/ RENTALS 2015 Honda Accord Miscellaneous:
Residential. House, TROY−BILT STRAIGHT TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
PETITIONERS 2012 Toyota Camry
concrete, sidewalks & SHAFT TRIMMER
VERSUS mobile washing. Free Excellent condition. 1 BEDROOM 2014 Nissan Versa 2016 JLG 4069LE 35
2011 Buick Regal
2 BEDROOMS
est. 662−386−8925. $65. 662−327−9279. Hours Man Lift; Green,
2015 Kawasaki $25,000
JOSHUA W. EGLER AND
COMMONWEALTH OF WEEKEND WARRIORS. Burial Plots 4250 3 BEDROOMS KL650−E
KENTUCKY CABINET 2016 Chevy Colorado Campers & RVs 9300
LEASE,
We work for local con−
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FOR HEALTH AND FAM- tractors & businesses. 2 BURIAL PLOTS in 2013 Ford Fusion
ILY SERVICES 2010 Toyota Tundra
RESPONDENTS
Experienced in roofing, Memorial Gardens, DEPOSIT 2013 Ford F−150
Columbus, MS. Both
AND
framing, all phases of
plots together & beside 2008 Hummer H3
CAUSE NO:2019-0259- construction. Refs avail. 2005 Chrysler 300
S Cut out the middle man. the lake. $4,250 for CREDIT CHECK 2014 Chrysler 300
662−242−5099. both. 662−549−5209.
2008 Ford Mustang
SUMMONS
Housekeeping 1380 BURIAL PLOT for sale. 662-329-2323 2011 Mazda 6
2012 Chevy Traverse
THE STATE OF MISSIS- 662−242−6688. Leave
SIPPI HUDSON CLEANING message. 2012 Kawasaki
COUNTY OF LOWNDES SERVICE 2411 HWY 45 N VN900−B 2008 FLEETWOOD
Commercial & Resi− Farm Equipment & Supplies COLUMBUS, MS 2013 Dodge Charger DISCOVER 40X 3
TO: JOSHUA W. EGLER 4420 2005 Honda Odyssey slides, washer/dryer, in
711 ROOSEVELT AVEN- dential. Free Quotes!
Cleaning level options. 2017 Chevy Impala motion satellite, outside
UE Commercial Property For 2008 GMC Yukon
MADISON, TN 37115- Refs avail. TRACTORS: 2017 Case kitchen & entertainment
2939 662−251−0351. IH 75C Cab, H, A, Rent 7100 2008 Chevy HHR center. 350 cummins
loader, buddy seat, 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 w/ 27k miles, new tires
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT Lawn Care / Landscaping 4WD, loaded, 76 hrs. OFFICE FOR RENT OR 2015 Jeep Wrangler & batteries. Title in
1470 $44,500. 2017 JD STORAGE SPACE W/ 2010 Mercedes Benz hand. $120k neg.
THE PETITION WHICH IS 5075E, loaded, buddy CLIMATE CONTROL. M−Class Columbus. 662−574−
ATTACHED TO THIS seat, cab, H, A, radio, 30x15. Separate air 2013 Chevy Equinox 6100.
SUMMONS IS IMPORT- JESSE & BEVERLY’S
LAWN SERVICE. 4WD, loader, 106 hrs. conditioner & bathroom.
ANT AND YOU MUST
TAKE IMMEDIATE AC- Mowing, cleanup, $43,900. 662−251− $400/mo. Located in Need a 2011 HEARTLAND
4539 or 662−574− Caledonia. Call 662−
TION TO PROTECT YOUR
RIGHTS.
landscaping, sodding, &
tree cutting. 356−6525. 1887. 574−0082.
NORTH COUNTRY ACROSS
LAKESIDE BUMPER
PULL TRAVEL TRAILER 1 Twin of myth
You are required to mail Tree Services 1860 Furniture 4480 FOR RENT LOCATED MODEL 29RKS. 6 Crooked
or hand-deliver a copy of
a written response to DANISH MODERN DIN−
NEAR DOWNTOWN. Purchased new April 11 Like lambs
NEW RIDE?
A&T TREE SERVICE 3,000 sq. ft. truck 2012, one owner, non−
the attached Petition to Bucket truck & stump ING ROOM FURNITURE. terminal, 9,500 sq. ft. smoker. Large u− 12 Judi of “Iris”
attorney for the Petition- Table w/ 2 leaves, 6
er: Mark A. Cliett, Post removal. Free est. shop & 3,200 sq. ft.
chairs, & china cabinet. FIND ONE IN THE shaped wrap around 13 Man of Madrid
Serving Columbus
Office Box 1463, West
Point, Mississippi since 1987. Senior $300. 662−328−1217
office/shop. Buildings
can be rented together CLASSIFIEDS kitchen counter. Dining
table with 4 chairs.
14 French academy
39773. Your response citizen disc. Call Alvin @ or 662−242−3387. or separately. All w/ Couch been covered 15 Conclude
must be mailed or de- 242−0324/241−4447 excellent access & Hwy. since purchase, makes 16 Travel aid
livered within thirty (30) "We’ll go out on a limb TWO PIECE FURNITURE 82 visibility. 662−327−
days from the date of for you!" SET. New loveseat and 9559.
into full bed, air 18 Pale
mattress and pump
delivery of this Sum- chaise for sale. Dark
included. 2 euro− 19 Battleship letters
mons and Petition or a
judgment by default will J&A TREE REMOVAL brown and aqua blue,
$385. 662−242−2884.
Houses For Rent: Northside recliners less than 3 20 Neighbor of
be entered against you Work from a bucket 7110 years old. Walk thru Mich.
truck. Insured/bonded. Leave a message.
for the money or other bath with neo−angle
things demanded in the Call Jimmy for free 3BR/1BA @ 1404 21st shower. Queen size bed 21 [Not my spelling]
Garage Sales: East 4510
Petition. estimate, St. N. $600/mo + $600 in bedroom with a brand 22 Packing a punch
You must also file the
662−386−6286.
3515 HIGHWAY 50 E. dep. 662−435−3681. new mattress. To view 24 To be, to Balzac
camper call or text 662
original of your re- Clerical & Office 3050
Clothes, tools, furn,
3BR/2BA HOUSE FOR −364−2226. Additional 25 Cannabis extract
sponse with the Clerk of fishing items & much
this Court within a reas- HEARTS AFTER-School more! RENT. All brick, big photos available at 27 Sugar source
onable time afterward. Tutoring Program needs yard, carport, W/D request. $10,000 29 Fly, e.g. DOWN 26 Squids’ squirters
negotiable.
Issued under my hand
a part-time Assistant Ad-
ministrator/employee
YARD SALE & FISH hookup. Nice nei−
ghborhood. $780/mo.
32 Spots 1 Revolted 27 Grand — (Atlan-
FRY! 203 Kermit St.
and the seal of said (20 hrs./wk, some flex- Kids & adult clothes & 155 W Thomas Dr. 3 Motorcycles & ATVs 9400 33 Northern grazer 2 “Just the same ...” tic island)
Court, this the 14 day of ible/negotiable) to as-
May, 2019. more! Fish plates, $10. min from CAFB. 504− 34 That lass 3 Is temporarily in 28 Paper worker
sist as Volunteer/Tutor 1993 KAWASAKI
Coordinator, solicit stu-
813−1200.
VOYAGER XII Only 35 Batter’s goal charge 30 Failed in the
(S E A L) Garage Sales: North 4520
Lisa Younger Neese
dents, grant writing. Per- 25,500 miles. Runs 36 Capp and 4 One, for Juan clutch
fect for retired teacher. 4BR/3.5BA. LIVING/
Lowndes County Chan- For more information, 1922A OLD ABERDEEN DINING ROOM. Kitchen
& looks good. No Capone 5 Sunday talks 31 Principles
cery Clerk RD. Sat. 8/17 7a−until. problems. $3500 OBO.
please contact 662-
Home decor, toys, small
appliances furnished.
501−545−7750. 37 Dupe 6 Skilled 33 Cake course
574-1972 or 662-327- Very private lot. For
By: Tina Fisher 1669. Send resumes appliances, kitchen, etc showing, call Swoope
38 Molecule’s 7 Jiffy 39 Chess piece
PUBLISH: 8/2, 8/9, &
to: P.O. Box 1076, Real Estate, Inc. 1999 ROADSTAR 1600 makeup 8 Is discriminating 41 Baby’s wail
Columbus, MS 39703.
8/16/2019
GARAGE SALE
(OAKDALE PARK
662−327−0123. Only 45k miles. Hard 40 Came to 9 Bakery treat
bags, rider & passenger
IN THE CHANCERY General Help Wanted 3200 SUBDIVISION). FRI − back rests w/ luggage 42 Eel variety 10 From which
COLONIAL
COURT OF LOWNDES
THE COMMERCIAL
SAT. 6AM −12. Clothes,
TOWNHOUSES. 2 & 3 rack, has windshield. 43 Insertion sign 17 Active spot
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
Dispatch is seeking a shoes, Glassware and
other Odds and Ends.
bedroom w/ 2−3 bath Ready to ride! $3500 44 Concert site 23 Chow down
mechanically-minded OBO. 501−545−7750.

Find 45 Loses
IN THE MATTER OF THE townhouses. $600 to
ESTATE OF EDELGARD individual to work in its 54 N Walnut. Dr.
$750. 662−549−9555. 24 Slalom section
URSULA DINGELDEIN, pressroom. Applicants Columbus MS 39705.
Ask for Glenn or text. 2004 KAWASAKI
must be comfortable 662−574−7323.

What
DECEASED DRIFTER 1500CC
working around heavy
machinery, adhering to 4BR/2BA. 2501 5TH 32,414 miles, in good
CAUSE NO: 2019-0135 MOVING SALE! 3491
tight deadlines and AVE. N. in Propst Park. condition. $4,950.
DE
You’re
Bluecutt Rd. Across
must have an eye for from the Post Office. $650/mo. plus $650 662−352−4776.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS detail & quality. Flexible dep. 662−574−0495.
hours are a must. Must Sat. 8/17, 7a−until.

Looking
pass drug test. Email Clothes, shoes, h/h 2005 HARLEY
THE STATE OF MISSIS- items, sm furn, etc. Houses For Rent: East 7120 DAVIDSON Dyna Super
SIPPI resume to
mfloyd@cdispatch.com Glide. Lots of extras.
LOWNDES COUNTY

For
or drop resumes off at OAKDALE PARK Multi− 4BR/2BR. FENCED Call 662−871−5744.
516 Main St, Home Garage Sale. Sat. bkyd. $750/mo. $750
Letters Testamentary
have been granted and Columbus, MS 39701. 8/17 7a−11a. Clothes, dep. No HUD; 1 yr.
No phone calls please. 2007 KAWASAKI

In
issued to the under- h/h items, etc. lease req. Cr report req.
PRAIRIE selectable 2
signed upon the Estate 662−352−9829 or
MACHINE OPERATORS or 4 wheel drive. Adult
of Edelgard Ursula Din- Sporting Goods 4720 662−386−9418.
owned and operated,
geldein, deceased, by needed. Must be willing
the Chancery Court of to abide by all safety very good condition.
regulations, submit to & ELLIPTICAL MACHINE Houses For Rent: West 7150 Has been stored under
Lowndes County, Mis- Sole Elliptical E35 in
sissippi, on the 25th pass background check a carport. Green.
2BR/2BA ON ELM
day of July, A. D., 2019. & drug screen, able to
lift heavy rolls of fabric
excellent condition. Nice
quiet machine. $399 LAKE GOLF COURSE CLASSIFIEDS $2,800. 603−452−
This is to give notice to 4338 or Email:
all persons having up to 75 lbs, work 2nd 662−574−1561 at 38 Humphrey Lane. www.cdispatch.com gwlyon2@yahoo.com
claims against said es- shift & possess good Energy efficient garden
tate to Probate and Re- reading & math compre- Pets 5150 home. $700/mo. plus
gister same with the hension. AA/EOE. Call $700 dep. Call
662-328-5670 for appt.
Chancery Clerk of
Lowndes County, Mis- Noweta's Green Thumb
AKC GERMAN
SHEPHERD PUPPIES.
662−549−4492.
Five Questions:
sissippi, within ninety is accepting Exc. ped. Blk, blk/silv & Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
(90) days from the first
publication date of this
applications for
delivery personnel.
blk/red. Vet checked, 1 Bus 4 Atlas
w/s. Taking deposits. 2BR/2BA TRAILER,
Notice to Creditors. A Driver must know the New Hope school dist.
area & have good 662−213−4609.
failure to so Probate
and Register said claim
will forever bar the
driving history.
Apply in person @
$500/mo & $500 dep.
REGISTERED DACHSH− No pets, no drugs, no 2 Sausage 5 Woodstock
same. 1325 Main St. UND puppies for sale. partying. Call b/t 10a− WHATZIT ANSWER
M-F: 3-5 & SAT: 9-1. Reds & creams. Ready 7p. 662−386−4292.
This the 31st day of Ju-
ly, 2019.
No phone calls. to go! 205−596−3264. NO TEXT MGS. 3 U2 Log cabin

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