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A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews.com October 3-9, 2014, Vol.7, Issue 41 ROOM FOR GROWTH Memphis hotel industry booming but not impacting convention business P. 14 DOWNTOWN'S NEW PUBLIC ART South Main is home to eight temporary art features. • P. 11 BEASLEY REDEMPTION? Michael Beasley looking to fi nd spot with Grizz. • P. 26 Gulam Umarov and Sardor Umarov, who are adding 70 hotel rooms to the 19-story Exchange Building, stand near the original trading fl oor mosaic work that dates to 1910. (Memphis News/Andrew J. Breig) DIGEST: PAgES 2-5 | INKED/RECAP: PAgE 8 | SMALL BUSINESS: PAgE 12 | NEWSMAKERS: PAgE 23 | EDITORIAL: PAgE 38 Emphasis: Attorneys Wills and estates are becoming more contentious, with those leaving their assets crafting more detailed plans for how they are to be used. The contentious side of estates has been seen before in Shelby County, notably in the 19th century Wade Bolton estate. • Pages 18-21 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON

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