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VOL. 113 | NO. 176 | Tuesday, September 14, 1999

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Memphis architecture firm Looney Ricks Kiss walked away with four design awards at therecent American Society of Interior Desig By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Memphis architecture firm Looney Ricks Kiss walked away with four design awards at therecent American Society of Interior Designers Annual Conference and Trade Expo, which took place Aug. 20-21 in Chattanooga. The firms honors included a gold award in the Architectural-Residential category for the Memphis home of LRK principal Frank Ricks; two silver awards in the Architectural-Corporate category for the FedEx World Technology Center in Collierville and the Independent Bank in Memphis; and a silver award in the Architectural-Hospitality category for the guest rooms at the Memphis Country Club. Darrell Russell is the principal in charge of interior design for LRK, which has offices in Memphis, Nashville and Princeton, N.J. Harrell Home Builders Inc., financed $3.8 million through Union Planters Bank, securing the loan with 15 lots in the first addition of Phase 9 of Wellington Farms Subdivision, according to a trust deed filed Wednesday in the Shelby County Registers Office. The purpose of the loan is to finance new home construction. John Worley Jr., Builder Inc. financed $3.2 million through Union Planters Bank, securing the loan with 13 lots in the first addition of Phase 9 of Wellington Farms Subdivision, according to a trust deed filed Sept. 7. The purpose of the loan is for new home construction. Court Street LLC and Banks and Holeyfield Management Co., a Tennessee limited liability company and Tennessee general partnership, respectively, financed $1.7 million through InSouth Bank, securing the loan with property at 22 N. Third Street, according to a trust deed filed Sept. 7. RGT Foods Inc., a Mississippi corporation, financed $1 million through Captec Financial Group Inc., securing the loan with 0.7 acres on Winchester and Hacks Cross roads, according to a trust deed filed in the Shelby County Registers Office. Notting Hill Joint Venture, a joint venture composed of D. J. & D Enterprises LLC, and Ashworth Construction Co., a Tennessee corporation, financed $3.6 million through an unnamed financial institution, securing the loan with 114 acres on Raleigh LaGrange and Wiseman roads, according to a recent trust deed. 1399 Madison Properties LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company, financed $2 million through PW Real Estate Investments Inc., securing the loan with property at 1399 and 1391 Madison Ave., according to a trust deed filed in the Shelby County Registers Office. North Creek Inc., a Mississippi corporation, financed $1.2 million through BanCorp South, securing the loan with the 299-acre Big Creek Golf Club property, according to a recent trust deed. Skip Hobbs Construction LLC financed $885,600 through Community Commercial Bank, securing the loan with six lots in Winding Oaks subdivision, according to a trust deed filed Aug. 31. CMCS LLC, a Tennessee limited liability company, financed $2.5 million through National Bank of Commerce, securing the loan with 23 acres on Walnut Grove Road, according to a trust deed filed Aug. 31.

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RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 83 170 7,919
MORTGAGES 93 201 9,400
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 27 35 1,393
BUILDING PERMITS 113 243 16,850
BANKRUPTCIES 50 105 5,511
BUSINESS LICENSES 37 69 3,017
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 28 75 3,325
MARRIAGE LICENSES 33 70 1,758

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